The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 195, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 7, 1907 Page: 1 of 4
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The Daily Democrat.
ANADARKO CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. .SEPTEMBER 7. 1907.
I Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Oore andOwen will not appear on theticket ) nfUTT CAnrrT Tuio
jAvotefor Messrs Johnson Taylor.C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isa vote for democratic U. S.seuators'l ""N A lUKUUl llllj
At Nine O'clock Last Night the
Last Vote for Statehood
The oity olork has been unus
ually busy for the last 30 days
for in addition to hie regular
duties he has had to registor the
heaviest voto in thB history of
tho oity. There wore 001 voters
registered the beBt yet. Last
April in tho oity oleotion thero
578 male voters and 57 female
votors to register; thia time no
women have registered.
Thero were two or three who
failed to got their names in. Mr.
Findley ex-superintendent of
tho oity schools doublo timed
from tho depot up to tho city
clerk's offioe last evening about
supper time and found Mr. Mo-
Campboll out. Mr. Findley is
train auditor and had to leave on
tho south bound for Lawton and
couldn't wait for Mr. MoCamp-
boll to oomo in. 8o Mr. Findley
must Iobo bia voto for statehood
on this account unless thero is a
provision of tho law oovering hiB
Anna and Bessie Kirkpatriok;
- living 5 miles north of town were
V returning homo from a little ride
on a horaBf about twilight Wed
nesday ineht. when the" horse
booame frightened at a stack of
hay not olearly discernible in
tho duak. and throw both the
girls from tho horse. Anna wad
bruised while Bessie'e collar
bone was broken and she beoamo
unoonsoious. She has had only
a fow brief intervals of conscious
ness sinco. Her oondition is
Candidate for Altorncy.Gencral
Will Address the People
With Reference to the
The voters of tl.o city and in
tho neighborhood will bo greatly
interested in the address of Chas.
West tonight. In many speeches
of tho various candidates wo havo
heard what Mr. West has said
and done with roforonce to tho
railroads but wo havo never
hoard Mr. West colt it.
Mr. West is undoubtedly tho
best versed man in Oklahoma
concerning tho railroads the
ooal trust and the lumber trust
and what ho will say is not to bo
regarded in a partisan light but
is for the advantage of us all.
Caddo county gave Mr. West a
yery heavy majority In the pri-
mary and will do the samo thing
in the coming general oleotion
aa all men both Democrats and
Republicans are very much in-
terested personally in having a
man of Mr. West's fine qualifica-
tions and abilities in an offioe
where he oan do tho most effoot-
ivo work for tho people.
The chiefs of tho railway ser-
vice both Democratic and Re-
publican are against Mr. West;
but the people irrospeotivo of
how thoy may divide on political
issues are for a man who will
got them fair treatment and good
servico from tho railways. There
is not a merchant or. farmer in
this town and county who ia not
in Mr. West and his oandidaoy.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Property Bought and Sold
Walter A Guy & lea Guy to C
B King EX NEK 4-10-D S1200
W R. Brown (single) to How
ciation L 14 bk 49 Anadarko
Mrs. Emma Prentioo & E. H.
to Daniel Y. Zachary lot 21-22
bk 21 Cement SG5.
Carrio A Cowan to F W Loula
lot 1. bk 5 Lookeba S100.
F. M. Fulkeraon fc Emma to C
H. Kerr lot 7-8 bk 10 Binger
Win. Utterbaok it Fannie to C
E Mo Williams lot 7 bk 26 Bin-
ger $60. '
Karl Preger to G. W. DaviB
leaso of E.J SEli 20-0.10 S150.
Two Strangers in a Difficulty at
the Depot Last Night
Last night between 7 and 8
o'clook.A. L. Oibson praot cul-
ly a stranger hero was knifed in
tho log by an unknown who
made his getaway.
Gibson has boon touring tho
country in company with a small
boy who inannged to incur tho
anger of tho other party to tho
affair. Gibsdn told the fellow
not to use such language to a
boy and made him Btop it. Lat-
er! they wero at tho depot and
Gibson was engaged in talk when
tho fellow oiimo by. He spoke
insultingly to Gibson who
promptly knocked him down and
dropped upon him. The man
boggod to bo released and as
Gibson was getting up knifed
him three times in the left leg.
Gibson was brought up and turn-
ed over to Mr. Hearne.
IS THIS GRAFTING
How Blankcnship Charged Mil-
eage as i Deputy Under
KtfcrfKnjCPiUtUBJJJJliaUEJggnBKagJlJUl IIW nil wni i iwmi mT. n yu
To Enjoy the Benefits
of Our Shools
.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tweed
havo moved to our oity from their
farm twenty miles northeast of
here near Pooasset in order
that their children five of whom
are of aohool age may enjoy tho
advantages of our city schools.
Mr. Tweed will attend to tho har-
vesting of the cotton crop on his
olaim after whioh he will be with
h?B family. They are ocoupying
the Karl Douglass property on
Miss Louise Soribner passed
through here thia. morning on
her way from Stillwater to
Apaohe .where she te'aohea in
Meadames A. C. Doldo Harry
Brown and Loe Wallia returned
last night from Oklahoma City
where they havo been lor aevoral
dayB taking in tho National
Firemen's Meeting and hearing
Washington Sej t. 7 Okla
homa and Indian Territory.
r i ' II- "
cunuay genoruuy iu r.
Mrs. R. K. Robinson and
daughter who have been visit-
ing the past two months in Ten-
nessee returned home this morn-
ing. Glenn Danford who has been
vi&iting his father C. A. Dan-
ford roturned thia morning to
Iowa where hb will attend col-
lego at Grinnell.
Claud Nathan and Roy Pfaff
left thia morning for Stillwater
where thoy are studying oivil
engineering in the state agri-
Mias Jeasio Bodwell who oamo
hero from Iowa to visit MIbs Ma-
bel Gibba went last night to
Wiohita where eho enters upon
hor aohool dutiea Monday.
Mrs K. A. James and daugh-
ter Mary went to Carnegie thia
morning. They will return to
night bringing with them Sibyl
Gootch who haa bean visiting
Mrs. D C. Sherwood and
daughter Arzetta have returned
to their home in Texola after a
visit of two weeks with their
daughter and sister Mrs. M. J.
Mr. an! Mnr. J. H. Findly
oame in last night from tho east.
Mr. Findly wont on to Waurika
while eho romainoJ in
The Board of County Commis-
sioners met pursuant to adjourn-
ment. Present C. O. Fisher
Chairman; Clyde C. Leech
County Commissioner. Absent
A. D." Car.or . Also present Fre-
mont Boyle County Clerk.
In tho matter Of accounting and
sottlomorjt of aocounta of James
S. Thomp3on'Ex-3horiff of Cad-
do county Oklahoma Territory.
W. W. Vaughan couuty attor-
ney appeared in behalf of Caddo
county O. T. and Carl Purcell
appeared on behalf of tho Na
tional 8uroty Company of Now
York the surety of Ex-Sheriff
Jamea S. Thompson. The fol-
lowing proceedings wero had and
Moved by Mr. Purcell that sub-
poena DucaeTeouni issue requir-
ing J. E. Cox to produce indi-
vidual ledger of First National
Bank of Anadarko allowing de-
posits made by Sheriff Thomp-
son from first day of April 1007
to July 1 1907. And to produced
all cheoks given by Thompson
between said dates Motion gran-
tod and subpoena issued Per
sonally appeared said J. E Cox
and permitted full inspection of
said account of said Thompson
by attorneys for county and said
surety oompany suoh inspection
showing no funde to oredit of
Motion by Purcell to set off so
all olaima und fees due said
Thompson Baid claims amount
ing to di?i2.o? against tne
amount due from said Thompson
to county. Motion resisted by
oouuty attorney; motion passed
by board without a ruling until
suoh time as the Baid National
Buret oompany tender county
remainder on said bond.
Further order that suit on bond
be withheld until September 11
1907. In order for Mr. Purcell
to report to oompany and to eee
if bond company will pay amount
due without suit and in evont no
aottloment ia mado on or before
Sept. 11 1907 county attorney is
ordered t j bring suit to oolleot
amount duo county on aaid bond.
The resignation of F. F. Burk-
halter as juetioe of the peaoe of
Shirley Twp. presented and ao-
oepted and A. J. NioholBon ap-
pointed to fill vaoanoy.
Affidavit for certificate of error
of M. E. Schultz for erroneous
taxes for the year 1000 on lot 8
oity of Bridgeport
When Tyro Maker was nomi-
nated or nheriff one of the things
he promised tha voters if ho was
elected whb that after the tax
warrant wore insued for person-
al taxes ho would writo each
man against whom he hid a tax
warrant and give him u chanou
to come in and settle with-
out itiourrinir oxpenBea for mile-
ago. Sheriff riiomprton has nt
djnothid. TnompHjii'd deputi7o
said it O'juld not bd done. Well
it can bo. Ed Ruy sheriff of
Kiowa oounty a democrat does
this. Snm Campbell sheriff of
Garfield county does this and
any sheriff oan. G od peoplo
sometimes overlook to pay their
taxes and tax warrants issue
Judging the future from the
past what will Blankenahip do?
We only have to refer you to the
people who live in Walnut town-
ship. In that township Blank-
enship nerved eleven tax war-
rante in one dav. He started
from Binger in the morning and
returned to uinger tnat samo
night making a drive of less
than 30 miled in all. lie charg-
ed each taxpayer from S3 00 to
$350 aa mileage. Ho was allow-
ed under the law 10c per milo for
each mile of travel- and tho
statute makes a provision that
tho mileage ahull bo porportion-
ed aa between tho taxpayers
and no constructive mileage
ehall bo charged. Blankenship'B
mileage against the taxpayer for
this one day amounted to more
than S30 00 and in order to havo
earned this ho would havo had to
traveled more than 300 miles.
He oertainly wa8 "going some"
or else ho made a false certifioute
Wo believe hie oertifioate waa
false what do you think Mr.
Voter? A man that will make a
false certificate and charge more
fees than tho law allows him
should not be entrusted with the
affairs of a offioe. The poople
have trusted tjo far already.
(Tomberlin & Co north sido Broad-
way Anada-ko O. T.)
New York Sept. 7. Marshall Sha-
dcr and Co say: "Notwithstanding
tho much improved tone of tho stock
market and a very general feeling that
tho extreme of depression has been ex
isting in tho security lisu we cannot sees
our way clear to advise following this
upturn except with extreme caution
Dick Bro3 say: "Wo arc not so bull-
ish on this cotton as we were a few
days ago and rather expect to seo a
narrow scalping mnrket until after the
government report the 9th.
New York Cotton.
Oct 1229 1232 1227
Dec 1238 1241 1233
Jan 1246 1250 1243
Spots Steady 1350.
New Orleans Cotton
Oct. 1280 .1282 1276
Dec. 1263 1269 1260
Jan. 1260 1270 1203
Spots Quiet 13 9-16.
1001 1011 a 1
1061 a 1071
the oity. blook 5J
Thoy went to Enid togother this granted.aa prayed for on $800.00
30 a 31
39 a 40
47 a 48
77 a 78
63 a 65
1011 a I
611 a 1
621 a i
Prof and Mrs. .1. M. Phillips
and Mrs. J. E. Pace nnd dugh
ter Lolito oume in on the item-
ing train from Verier.
unpacking a tremendous
and a full line of
Keady - To-Wear
is ready with the Very Lat-
est Things You'll Want
and Miss Lively is here to
assist you with your choice
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Herndon, H. R. The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 195, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 7, 1907, newspaper, September 7, 1907; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81584/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.