The Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 84, Ed. 1, Friday, January 30, 1914 Page: 1 of 4
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The Daily Democrat
ANADARKO OKLAHOMA FRIDAY. JANUARY 30 19U
BMOMAN SI! Eyes Turned to Mrs.
Rivers In Noted Mur-
With John Tromont one of
three dofondauts chargod with the
-murder of Shorman Woodward J
freod by tho vordiot of a jury and
with Mrs. Ada Woodward under
Ufo sentenco by her own coufos-
sion of guilt all oyoa now turn to
Mra. Emma Rivers the third de-
fondant in tho case.
Will hor oaso over come to trial
in tho faco of 'I romont's acquittal.
or will tho prosecution of hor case
bo stoppod? That is tho only
question roinaining and which
by tho way is of much interest.
Tho answer is nht at thia time to
S bo had. Largely it rests with Os-
ow Simpson county attornoy. It
is in his powor to proceed with
hor caso or to file a motion for its
When soon this morning ho
" stated that ho did not know yet
what action would bo takon. "I
tiavo not yet mado up my mind as
to whether I will procood with tho
oaso or'not" ho said.
Whon tho verdiot of not guilty
was handod in by tho jury at Law-
ton John Tremont ahook hands
with tho jurors and walked out of
tho court room a freo man. Ho
and his brother Frank Tiomont
left on the first train out of Law-
ton for Waco. Texas.
One who talked to Tromont in
the hotel in Lawton whilo the jury
was out told of tho following con-
versation: "Are you going to wait
hero till tho jury brings in a ver.
"Yob 1 wait and take John
homo with mo "
"Maybe ho won't go.'
"I tako heom or his doad body."
"I meau maybe tho jury will
not turn him loose."
"Oh well then I won't tako
hoem. If he is looso I suro tako
heem or kill hoem." Ohickasha
Upholds "Jim Crow"
100 Men Back
Mr. 0. II. McQuaid. a loading
democrat from Eakloy was in
town Wodnosday. Wo aro roliably
informed that Mr. McQuaid-will
bo a candidato for Sheriff at tho
Mr. MoQuaid is in the gin busi-
ness at Eakloy and has boon thcro
Yes wo have just started thia
campaign. Wo aro right now in
tho boginning of tho Road Yoar.
Actually going to buuu oiay cov-
orou roads. What a big idoa whon
you think of tho sand ovory good
oitizon must como into this cam-
paign. Wo want 100 mon to pay
for ono man per month on tho
roads right around Anadarko.
Merchants doctors lawyorstoaoh-
ors teamsters dorks hotol hoop-
ers citizens what-not aro wanted
in tins roau yoar. Aro you on or
nro you too small for the job?
That is tho gamo a big broad
man's game shouldoringtho com-
mon enemy and forcing him down
Tho list has boon started. Phono
in to 05 or aeo Morris Loonhard
Robt. L. Boako or W. H. Caatlo.
Ask for a card. If you are a pattiot
St. Louis Jan. 2. --The "Jim
Crow" law or Oklahoma was up
hold today by the federal circuit
col.rtof appoala in allirminga do-
oUlon from tho district oourt o
Kansas City which rofusod to
award Dr. William J. Tompkins
SfiO.OOOdamagos bocauseof an at
tompt to onforco tho "Jim Crow"
law against him.
Tompkins a negio bought a
tioket from Kansas City to Mc-
Aleeterovor tho Knty. Whon the
train rouched tho Oklahoma lino
Tompkins was informed that he
must leave tho "whito" car and
ontor tho nogrocoooh He rofus-
ed aud Was ordorcd oil' tho train.
for tho past two yoars. Prior to
ooraing to Eakloy ho lived on tboantj want to Gct5 cards sitrnodun.
lino between Oddo aud Washita 'cun for them at thesoorotary'sof.
counties ana wj understand U no . kco t tho businoss collozo.
he should roooivo tho nomination
he will havo tho support of a
groat many republiouns in tho
north and of tho county at tho
Good Wm. Kuaba Piano for solo
or trado. W. P. Hudson.
The First National Bank
Condensed Statement of Its Condition at the
Giose of Business January 13th 1914.
Loans und Discounts. .. -
U. S. Bonds -
Real Estato Furniture and Fixtures -Othor
Bonds & Warrants 41529.00
Cash and Sight Exchange. 87.fil2.22 128542.18
HERE IS THE
AT FT. COBB
Tho Anadarko Gun Club went
to Ft. Cobb Thursday for a match-
Each club shot 50 targets. In
tho first half Ft Cobb was in the
load by RJ but in tho last half
Anadarko gainod 23 shots giving
them a majority of 10.
Tho following mon wont from
horo: Messrs Chandlor Pattie
Cunningham Snodgrass Coffee
Poll Gish and Stob.ner.
Tho Ft. Cobb Gun Club aro os-
pootod horo uoxt Thuasday for a
Surplus and Earnings--..
Total . .$31 190 1.18
Tho nbovo statomont is oorroot
I. E. COX" Cashier
The First National Bank
Anadarko CaPital and surplus $60000.00.
wo havo cioublo tho capital and surplus 01
uny other bank in Anadurko.
Wo havo no oxecssive loans no bills paya
ble or ro-dtseounts.
Kg omcer or director of this bank owes ft n
Wo solicit your business whethor largo or
T.?P. Woodard. lresidcnt. I.E. cox. Cashier.
L.gW. Myers. Vice-Presipont. R. U. Popejpy Asa't Cashier
Tho road ootnmittco of the An
ndarko Commeroial Club is author
izod to sond ono man per day at
$1.50 for tho noxt six months to
work on the roads immediately
adjacont to Anadarko and to sond
him to us for his $150 Signed;
Duncan & Loonhard
Pfaff & Sons
First National Bank
First Stato Bank
Anadarko National Bank.
A. B. O. S.toro
Dr. P D.. Anderson
G. M. Fullor
Baldwin & Gibbs
C. A. Cloveland
Paul Kaisor 4
.1. E. Farringtou
Firms desiring to sond n man or
individuals desiring!to work theni
boIvob aro roquostcd to do so in.
stead of paying tho $1.50 but in
oaso firms sign to go and faii do
so tho commit too will employ a
man;andvsond him tho firm for
SENSE AND NONSENSE
Fashion authorities aro still try-
ing to locatd the waist lino in wo-
man. They had better place a hus-
ky young man on the job ho and
tho girl will do tho locating with-
out dolay or trouble.
Mrs. Goo. Wilson returuod to
hor homo in Bingor Friday aftor
a visit with Mrs. Goo. Drako.
Call ABO. phone 1 2 3 for
Statistics provo that Americans
aro tho greatest consumers of sug-
ar in tho world Wo havo known
it all nloncr our cirls are tho
ewootestovor Saoshariuo's not in
it with thorn.
Tho woman who goes through
hor husbands pookots roguarly is
bound to find Bomothing some
tiino that will oauso hor to wish ah
Woman's lovo for dry goods and
Man's Ioao for wot goods oauso a-
bout nino-tonths of tho domostio
discord in this world.
During the year just past more
than fivo hundred million dollars
woro spont by tho Amorioan popple
for oandles and swootmeats
onough to build a hundrod battle-
ships or oreot half a million fine
Dr wiloy says tuat "woman
sprang from a monitiou bio-
plasm wo navo soon nor spring
from a mouso and a snake.
With tho aquittal of Tromont
Ada may 'now regrot that sho
"fessad up." But tho old proverb:
woman woman tell all you know
aud moro too is ovidont in this
And Falls Uncon
scious as Plea is
Made For Life .
Bartlosvillo Okla. Jan. 29
Mrs. Laura M. Houtor on triall
for life uttorod a shriek and fell
unconoious in the courtroom lato
Thursday aftornoon but tho
tuuudonug notos of oratory from
the Hps of Attornoy John R.
Charlton in his closing argument
for the dofonso provontod tho
crowded courtroom from hearing
the sounds of tko accused womans
voico. A doctor and two nursos
administered rostorativos. Mrs
Re u tor still unconscious whon
couit adjourned was carried to hor
hotol. Sho rogainod consoiousnoss
early Thursday night. When Judgo
Allon discovered tho condition of
tho woman at tho oloeo of court ho
ordored tho crowd to pass out
Many women who had boon
brought to toara by tho mastorful
adross of tho proaohor-lawyor at-
tempted to foroo a passageway
to tho oot. whore tho woman in an
unoonsoiouso condition but woro
forood to leavo by bailiiTs and do-
puty sheriffs. Prosooutor Malloy
will make tho final argumont to
morrow morning and tho case will
go to tho jury Friday aftornoon.
An early vordiot is oxpootod.
Just boforo tho noon rocoss Thurs-
day Jacob Nixon n juror from
Vora was soi.od with an attack of
indigestion and it was thought tho
trial would be dolnyod for a day or
two. Ho reoovorod so tho trial
proaeodod after tho noon reooBB.
Tho day was occupied in hoar-
infif arguments of Attornoy A. D.
Biddinson nnd John R. Carlton
of oounsol for tho dofonso. Bid
dinson dovotod his timo almost
entiroly to analyzing tho testimony
attacking in particular tho testi-
mony stato's throo star witnesses
"Bud" Bollow his sister Dora
and Bon Burgess.
Attornoy Charlton tho proaoh-er-lawyor
tououod upon all of tho
facta and oiroumstanoos in con-
nection with tho homioido and
his oloquonco and oratory brought
tears from tho oyos of mon and
womon in tho courtroom as ho
nloadod for froodom for tho "littlo
woman" as ho reforred to tho do
A night sossion was to havo
boon hold but when Judge Allon
loarnod tho condition of the worn
n ho ordored a rocoss until 9
o'olook Friday morning1.
WHAT'S THE USE to
sponu your mouoy tor car
faro and hotol biljft just to
havo your EYES FITTED
with glassed in boiiio othor
town. Do you know that wo
can oxamino your oyos and
fit thotn with glassos just as
good and acourato as any
one in tho Stato? Listou
We guarantoo to do it. Como
Brewer's Jewelry & Opti-
Republicans of tho second ward
will moot at tho City HaU at 8 p.
m. for tho purposo of aelootiug
three dnlcgatos to attond tho Coun-
ty Convontion to bo hold Satur-
day Fob. 7th also to olect a Ward
Committeeman for the Sooond
Ward. This mooting will bo Sat
Mr. W. L Mauk ono ol tho
leading hardwaro - morohauta- of
Eakloy was in town Wodnosday.
O. T. Kellar wont to Bingor
Friday on businoss
Mrs. M. J. Oglo went to Law-
ton Friday to visit hor aoa Her-
bert Oglo aud family.
A farm to rout 8 milao-north -wost
of Apaoho. 240 aoros 1C0 in
cultivation 80 aoros in grass.
Good hotiso and barn and good
wutor. Othor improvomonts. In-
quire of C. J. Sohootz Anadarko
5 Wanted Girl at onoo.Jiouso.
work. Good pay to right ono. CU
phono 157. Dr. O. E. Blaolr.
Soo A. M. VanOrdon for
oroto sidewalks culvorts
McKiuloy Post No. 97 O. A. R.
und Ladies Cirolo will with pa-
triotic spoooh and musio observe
Linooln's birthday Thursday Fob.
12th at tho Mothodist ohuroh bo-
ginning at I;.'!0 p. in.
Tha oity sohools uro asked to
dismiss for tho aftornoon. Tho
businoss housos aro asked to oloso
oroio Biuowniks cuivuria uuui" "
bridges. All work guaranteed from Js80 to 4 p. m.
223 W Broadway.
Wontod To buy shoats woight
ing from 50 to (50 pounds Inquire
of Mrs. W. E. White at the White
Kvorybody invited. Methodist
church Thursday Feb lSth at
1:80 p. m.
By Ordor of Post nnd Cirol.
Goorgo W. Campbell
Chairman Exo. Cour
Basket Ball Friday Night January 30
Thero was anothor small nro
Friday morning nt tho homo of
E. Fowler 810 Kansas Ave. It
oaught from tho tluo aud very
litttlo dambgo was dono.
Mr. and Mrs h. R. Aoton of
Ooncordi Kansas' who havo boen
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Acton
loft Friday for Vorden to visit
relatives thero boforo returning
Mrs. M. L. Andrews wont to
Ft. Cobb Friday toviBithei sistor
who is ill.
T. K. Rawland President
W. L. Mooro Vice Presidont
O C. Nathan Secretary
W. P. Hudson Treasuror
Oklahoma Real Estate & Loan Co.
Insurance Rentals Trades. Plenty of
Money to Loan on First Class
Rear of National Bank
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