Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 31, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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Anadarko Daily Derii
ANiU)ARK(). (U)1W) O).. OKI V. 11 I A' .Jl. 1002.
Ladies'Shirt Waists C0ERCiW "mMc
50c on &e
We want to clear cut every
Shirt Waist on fhand to
make room for winter goods
and you can get the best
newest and most uptodate
waist white or colored from
now untill closed out at the
unheard of sacrifice of
Half Former Price
Titos. WatkiiiH pencilled ft pl-
I lion to tlio editor of this paper today
addressed to tlio mayor taking liim
as chief executive of our eity t6
show licnency toward gambling
during the 3 days eelobiation Aug.
S Oth mid Till. In plain english
to givo bin ollicial consent to jicr-
init gambling which is a plain vio-
lation of tlio law. We rofuscd to
sign it and Thos Watkins Prop-
rietor of llie Anadarko Furniture
Company immediately said "Well
then take my ''ad" out of your pa
per anil stop my subscription.
Your refusal to sign this will cost
you 50 subscribers. I am against
any man who is opposed to an open
town. Ho tried by this vile meth-
od to cfub us into signing a petition
$i.oo waists now
$1.50 waists now
$2.00 waists now
$3.00 waists now'
open commission of a erinjfj '
Wo have fought the niiyor from
his hyjiocracy in ordering uubling
closed after hving promised a wide
open town in the event of his elec-
tion and now Tuouus W.itkins
proprietor of the Anadarko Furni-
ture Co a member of ihu cityeouii-
ctl swoin to Hiippoil.iud onforcc
the laws dares to have the leinciil) to
coerce and threaten a law abiding
citizen because he Wo KM not sign a
petition asking the Ciry Mayor to
break ln oath of ollice by permit
ting gambling during our anniver-
sary celebration. We know tiiis is
an open town and that salooifs and
gambling are a necessary evil but
wo did not know that a mail's .bust
ucas and financial succesi depended
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l ot peoplpvrerrse.i rusti.rt&
HAMMERtTt Thralls lust everting. We lound
the excitement was caused by the fine line of
canned goods at very low prices which they
Fifth and C Streets.
JL R. WEIMER & SON
Hardware and Implements..
Wagons Ungues Pumps and Paint. Shelf
Pouti.ic and llliic II aid waul of all kinds.
Ribbon bUgglep LmxtiVh wagons. con. 11 and Stii STff.
asking tho mayor to permit the on his petitioning for it.
LAWYERS BANQUET PRQGR AM
PIONEER. DRtG STORE (J
August 2 1902 at American Hotel
Tendered To Judge Fr-iuk E-
When you want Quick Service and
' Reasonable Rates' Call up
llesillwice Phone 115
The Anadarko Transfer Co.
They will take .you to and from all trains transport your baggage
or move .an thing un5er the sun Promptly and Quickl.
Night Hawk Answers .all Calls.
Harper & Freeiin Merc. Oo.
All summer goods must go to make
room for our fall stock and we give you a
chance to buygood goods CHEAP. We
mean what we say. Such as Lawns Dimi-
ties Swisses Piques Ducks Organdies Etc.
Harper & Freeiin Mercantile
In Order to Satisfy the Demand
For a Rebublioan Legislature
That Will Carry Through
Soni9 Big Graft-
Gmhrie O. T.. July 29. The work
of the board uppoWnel b Governor.
Ferguson to apportion (ho territory
ihto council and represouulvo districts
has. now progressed farrnough for the
territory to know that the rank ap'd
inexcamablo gerrymander has been 'de
cided upon by tho republican members.
Governor Ferguson started oilt
wllii .a great flourish of trumpets for
the county lino principle for fali-nos
aEd decency but tlie riynn-dimes
nrunwil hns lull! (ll)uci.
Grimes is said toBiao tolcl'i.tie gov-
eiaior that MeGuIre would bo knifed
Ho a ilnlsh unless the Flynn crowd haU
their way in tho legislative eedlstrict-
ing. As an immediate result tho gov-
ernor gave out aa authorised Inter-
mew in the WicliU.i Eagle last Sun
daj in which lie washes his hands of
tthe work of tho cummittee.
Plans are already inatujed by whiclr
the countiei are to be cutvnd sliced to
pieces to secure republican majorities
Jt is said Pa ne county Js to be catter-
cd into three i-opinefaentatJvo and two
council districts with -Stillwater in
.the extreme corner.; that Llnco n coun-
ty is to bo distributed .into four repr6-
sentatlvo distrifU and thrown with
Oklahoma county J'ottuwatomie.
Pne unn Pawnee. CUclahoma coun-
ly will be thrown into In o repiesenta-
iho districts; all tfaktif range three
west to go w b LiimoJu count and
ivefat of lunge three Uiist including
Oklahoma City to go with Canadian
Xhero is scarcely a county in the
territory which is not cut to pieces
and if tho ptesent plans oi tho repub-
lican members nro carries out there
will he scaicely a county In tho terri-
tory left intact. Republican leaders
have bombarded tho conunltteo for
several daj b but their wishes are to
be ignored and Grimes uiJl dictate
the district liuos without regard to
local inuvest or geographical-onveni-ences.
The gerrymander of 181)3 made by
the republicans will bo repeated in a
form more oirensivo than bofoic.
North Side of Courtjiouse .Square
on B Street. f '
News Prom all the World.
Yostordny afternoon earthquake
shocks werJ felt iu1 the vicinity of
Yankton S. D. and Lompoc. Cal.
Tiouble is expectctl at Iudiahoma
as thirty sdb'tiers have come In and
jumped oti thd mbst deMrable town
Mrs. Kleiy Murray a negro woman
and jirobably tho oldest resident of
Kansas City died at her homo at tho
ago of 100 j ears.-
At MbCiirtalU't I T. two men were
killed outfi;htland two ''others badly
burned by an explosion of gas In a
minVone mile west of Here1. The gas
profitibly Ignited from ono of their
Dwight rail-child tho oightefeh year
old son of C. U. Palrchild was struck
by lightning while driving cows frdm
tho nasturo at his homo near Wells-
vill7Kan. ""He was apparently unln-
f .' t ti't - r -1
a uis suutjs wiro uuruim
Our ne Judge Dyke Ballluger.
The T.adles U. H. Randolph.
The Bar ofCaddo Count I. H.Kerr.
Response Judfo Framk i. Glllett.
The Young Lwr A. T. Hojs.
Tho Law on our kust Frontier
Our Statutes HerLertD. Crosby
La"w and Polices W. I. M atheny.
The Probate Court C. L Crum.
LOur now' Clerk -Ned Sihson.
Law and Finance E. K. Griustead.
A Lawyer duty to the Court.
G. U. I'lielps. I
A Lawyers duty to his clieut
P. D. TIastala.
The new Comer. ..G. U Jaekson.
Education .. y ... C. v. Liming.
. All aastmbers of tho bar of Coddw
couutj .together with their ladiesar
cordially invited to attend.
C. L. Crum
Vcrdo V. HurilcastUt
What Is Your Star?
Aiacording to ancients very pei-ni
had .a governing star under which
they were born and which inlluarxed
their whole lives and tho adepts of the
onliir of tho Magic hi knowing the
date of ones birth could cast u hoiO-
scw)e and from it give a correct nead
ing of j our futuro life. Thh scieuct
u-iih once thought to be iost but tho
order of the Magic handed down tlwir
socrots to chosen deseJples nhofu
tui-ii transmitted it. to others und toda
there aio followers of tills famous
order who can determine llie conjunct-
ion of tho heavenly bodifciandiu their
movements read ones future. Ana-
darko has one of thesn prlt'Us in her
midfct who for $1.00 will read your life
andjfivoyou a written synopsis of
your iut ire
An astrological life reading of your-
selt i tho key to your biiccess and
inakc-i Jiomo happy. It is true agteal
inuuy men and women have made a
succtss in life. Yet a great many
more would more easily accomplish
grtaterlhings if they knew themselves.
Hao on ever seen people who toiled
from early morn til) Jnto at niglit
through weeks months and years with-
out accumulating tho slightest sem-
blunco of a competence for old ago? It
is for lack of knowledge in not know-
ihg where to place himself or what
his true vocation i A lifo reading
would tell him. Somo of the points
touched upon in these life readings are
mental ability inclinations how coit-
controlled whoro highest attainments
are made disposition honest and
truthful or tho rovilrse actlvo and in-
spiring nature affectionate natural
physical condition and the descasos to
which you aro subject spiritual tenden-
cies and other Interesting subjects.
For information addl-ess K caro of
Wo carry a full lino of drug' ptfent nieilioines paint
oiln jJaHH ami wall iiter. Mom complete line of
perfume and toilet ail ioles in the city.
& k ft E SelV0 ft 'n(3 C0 "n8 nn lca
5r efr c t oream S0Cja3 at tho fountain.
Mnnnitcr Cti. Tipple Urlc'c Cn.
Oftlc' i doors west of
Firlt National Hank
IMInmWs turulshcil on nil kinds ot llrlclt wort;
Manufacturer of E rick.
'Phono Yards 109
Residence - - 110
1 . .
f -" -
Have moved to third
door west of Anadar-
ko Nat'f Bank. Bet-
ter equipped than
ever. .CalLand see us.
79 Ih Hill not J !IHIIIIlllll!ll4JW;Jti
An Attempt to Break Jail.
Last night at about sundown Jailer
Charley Portor discovered a couple of
bars loose on tho west window which
had been sawed through'by somo ono
of tho desperate criminals which wero
in there tho alarm was given and tho
Murders Hors'o thieves " cut tUroats
arid'tho Ihlbves" wor'o "immediately
'liand'culfed'1 anil put inseperato' cells.
A doublo Guard was put on at once.
Hold on there Old' Tinier i
Don't bo in such a measily hurry..
Yon cau't keep those chickens In suchi
a bum old thack as lhat. Come in
and get a coupln bunches of lath uso
them judiciously. Then you won't
I have to crack your shirt tall scouting
around catching chickens.
Hen Coop Lumber
Or nny old kind of lumber can. bo
had in any quantity and at lowest
prices at our yard. Did. jou iiotlco-
what wo Raid Lowest prices. That's
what knocks. Come In and get our
prices. You'll find 'em to low that
they wouldn't trio a baby.
' L. illlllllllllllllllllllllf
Wo sell land and city property write insurance
rent property and make collections notarv iu ollice :
Fourth door west of First National Hank
E D. Williams.
Of the Gieat Flood aro now Bellinfj
hke hot cakes.
BSt. Opp. P. O. The Artistic Photographer
Hammond Dry Goods Company
Everything in Dry Goods Summer Dress Goods Laces Etn-
broldories Shoes Clothing Hats etc.
All at cut prices during this month.'
GISH BROOKE & CO.
Havothe largest FURNITURE
Carpets Rugs Matting Linoleum Curtains
Window Shades etc. in Caddo Co. to choose from
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING
Also a nicely furnished
Morgue Room. Wo. carry
a full line of caskets cot-
fins robes etc. Also u Dno'
now hearse ready for uso
when desired. Phono 50 or
67 day or night. B Street
1st uoor west ox rostumco
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Shaw, Preston P. Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 31, 1902, newspaper, July 31, 1902; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81876/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.