Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 31, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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j ...LOCAL NEWS...
Notice chnnjjo of Thos. Watlclns nil
In todays paper.
Go to Silver Moon KoitnuiMnt on
0 street for square iiiu.iIh. lOlti
Chief Lone Wolf of Lone Wolf
is in the city toiluy.
Vov nice fresh groceiiun c.ill up
J. O. Uuryett. l'liuno No. 81 21S0U
Tlio (liHtiict court has adjourned
until Xovcmbci 8th.
For S.1I.1 A gents wheel in good
condition. Kiiquire at this ollice.tf
You can gut anything in the
fruit line at Earheaits lace. 23211
Ciliz3iis Hecure hunting to deco-
rate your places of business.
Coal Hour feed and grain .V
Leach & l'eacook. ll
Window shades 1
darko Furniture Co.
Every thing in the fruit line at
Mrs. Preston I'. Shaw returned
yesterday from a weeks visit with
Mrs. Cuesenburry at Walters.
L. M Spivey of the Tribune re-
turned yesteiday from a weeks visit
at Kingston Mo.
llrowu's Confectionary have moved
into the Divers and Taylor's old
It. C. Karlieart has moved his con-
fectionary from corner of (J and oth
street to old Cyclone grocery stand.
The Anrdarko Cotton Gin Co.
are now having the machinery plac-
ed in their mill.
Have you seen Leach A l'eaooon.
They handle coal feed Hour and
grain. . tt
Plan to get your vehicles ready to
fall in line in the anniversary par-
ade. Prof. II. C. House uomes highly
recommended as an entertainer.
Hear him at the congregational
church tomorrow evening.
A. J. Pallady met with a painful
accident yesterday by letting a
grate from a -theshing engine fall
upon one of his toes.
Full cream Hour 03 cts. a sack
at all leading grocers of Anadarko.
Leach & Co wholesale distribut-
KOAL! KOAL!! KOAL!!!
We guarantee full weight and no
ulaikcrs. A trial will convince.
Phono 11. James Brown.
Musical and literary program
rendered by Prof. House of King-
fisher College at the Congregation-
al church Friday evening. Admis-
II A. Campbell son of the county
treasurer leaves for a short period
to take charge of the Cushion Re-
view during the absence of the Edi-
tor. Strayed or stolen one sorrel mare
no b.iands a liberal reward will be
paid for return to Mr. K. Ness at
Commercial barber shop.
Everything you can call for in
the line of refreshing drinks for
the hot weather can be found at
R. C. Rarhoart Is now permanently
located ouodoor west of Mills & Onus
butcher shop south sido of C street
with a largo stock of confectionery
and cold drinks of all kinds. 23" tf
For Sale Forty head of young
native cows one mile north of
town on Shirley farm ' 275-U2
W. M. Longmire.
F. K. Penn &; Co. will .move thoir
otllco into the Holler brick about July
1 flvo doors west of tho First Nation-
al Bank. 237tf
J. T. Moore and City; Attorney
Jake Iiabler arc now in their new
ollico ovor the National Bank of
For Alfalfa sorghum cane Kaff-
ir oorn millet peanut pop corn
field corn onion sets and a full lino
of garden seeds go to Linzecs feed
store opposite Post Office. MOtf
Half sole lor 50o and all kinds of
shoo repairing accordingly. First
class workmanship guaranteed at
M. Liebenlieiin on 5th street be-
tween Divers and Texas Avenues.
Hou8eholdfuriiiture for sale at
Airs. Aliens rooming house four
doors west of court house. 2fl3tf
James Brown the C street lum-
berman is liaving'hiH ollice painted
a beautiful Nile green preparing
for the celebration.
R C. Earhcart tho confectioner
wants to inset all of his old coustomers
m well as many now ones at his now
lacoot business 1st doorwest of Mills
& Ormes butcher shop C st. 237tf
For Sile 53 head-of graded nat
ive cattle 13 head of mules 4 to 0
years old. Three miles tu-it of Ana
darko. Calvin Holmes. 200ml
F. E. Penn and Co. have moved
into their new rooms over Ham-
monds Drygoods store. They han-
dle all kinds of real estate. Seo
To Trado Corner lot in Argentine
Kans. on street car line to Kansas City
a room house worth $10'JJ rents for
$10 per month. To trade for 80 acros
within four miles of Anadarko. Write
Kstello Hold. Lawr.uce Kans. 21itf
Go to Austin it Sinrist tho well
known Anad.irko Tailor and get
your clothes cle.r-ed and pressed for
our An liversary. Located two
doors west of the Post Ollice. 2t
Dont fa-1 to hear llrof. 11.. C.
House at the c-nigregnaioii.il church
Friday evening. No charge forad-
mission. Yourg people re especi-
ally urged to bo prosunt.
The ladies of the inuthodist
church will serve meals during the
three days anniversary celebration
at 23 cent.- per meal the money
to be used in paying. oil the debts
oi the church. . tf
A couple from near Liwton Mr.
Ed Pugh and Miss Minnie McCarty
were married in this city Tuesday
evening llicy will take up tncir
residence on Mr. Pugh's claim live
miles east of Lawtoii.
If you wish to find a business
m-iii profession il nun marchant.
or any of your friends during their
leisure in muiits o ill at the Mer-
chants. Headquarters for polili-
cuis bise bill enthusiasts good
ellowship and sociability.
FOK SALE or TKADE House
and lot in Mcna Ark ;uiil00 acres
land on K. C. & S. Ity. near Mcna
will sell or trade for Oklahoma
property personal or real. B. II.
Ilandiilph Anadarko O. T. 105tf
The fact that the council has or-
dered a 12 ft side walk on tho south
side of Block 20 which is residence
property clearly indicates that that
honorable body is familiar with
the habits of those portly men in
In order to accomodate an ever
increasini' trade I have moved to
the Hammond building four doors
west of the First National bank
where I will be pleased to welcome
old as well as new customers and
show them i line of dry goods
groceries and shoes second to none
in the city. J. E. Hart. 273tf
Signal for Fire
From ice plant: One long whis-
tle and six short one3 and one long
ai.d six short and then 12 3 or 4
for the ward the lire is in and then
it whistle. Any one hearing or
seeing lire should telephone central
and they will notify the ice plant
and also the lire o unpaiiy phone 00
Ed M. Kaiser
Mr. Ilryan's Paper
The Commoner lias attained within
six months from date of tho first issue a
circulation of 100000 copies a record
probably nover equaled in history of
American periodical literature. Tho un-
paralloled growth of this papor demon-
strates that there is room in the news-
paper field for a national paper devoted
to the discussion of political economic
and social problems. To the columns
of The Commonor Mr. Bryan contrib-
utes his best efforts: and his rovlow of
political events as they ariso from time
to timo can not fall to intorest those
who study public questions.
The Commoner's regularsubscriptlon
price is $1.00 per year. Wo havo ar-
ranged with Mr. Bryan whereby we
can furnish his paper and the weekly
Democrat together for one year for
$1.50. The regular subscription price of
the two papers when subscribed for
separately' Is $2.'00.
Letter From two Grand Jurors.
Anadarko O. TM July 30 1002.
To the Editor of the Democrat:
I) jar Sir: In reply to a letter
published in your paper of July 27
1002 in regard to the Federal
Grand Jury we as members of the
Federal Grand Jury wish to state
J lirst that tho letter as written was
misleading and not wholly true
second that we are fully convinced
that there was allotments made to
Indians that were dead when said
allotments were made and that the
alloting agent was aware of this
fact third and wo are further fully
convinced that there was not only.
allotments made to Indians that waR
dead but there was also double al-
lotments all of which w.ih unlaw-
fill and not in acciidauce with the
act of Congrefrs nor with the Presi-
dents Message Fourth we wish to
state further that wo did our best
to prove the above believed faots
and were prevented from doing so
for the following reasons; 1st we
lud Hiipoeued witnesses which o
had reason to believe would substi-
uate the facts we alleged and weie
not permitted to examine them by
the attorney-general Mr. Speed and
his re. sou for not giving us this
privilege was t'.at tho U. S. was
not willing to bear the expense and
that he would allow us to examine
seven or eight out of. the fifty or
sixty supocucd and tint was four
and stopped because the attorney-
general informed us that we had no
jurisdiction and could not indict
men though we found the charges
as alleged true.
We did state that as far us wo
were allowed to go we were satisfied
nothing was shown wrong but we
reaflirin that we were not al
lowed to fully investigate this
subject for the reasons above
shown. J. B. Montgomery
G. W. Gardner.
Caddo County Products.
The Jubilee Committee oeffers
prizes as follows:
Best Sample Corn 20 stalks with
ears 83.00 Kaffir 20 Heads $3.00
Broom Corn 20 Brush 3.00 Cotton
10Stalks3.00 Irish Potatoes bu.
3.00 Sweet Potatoes 3.00 Wat-
ermelons 3 in number 3.00 Musk-
inelons 5 in number 300.
Second Best sampled as above en-
umerated at 2.00 Third Best sam-
ples as above enumerated each A
years subscription to winncis
choice weekly paper of Anadarki .
Above awards are ou condition
that there be not less than 3 entries
in any class and all articles entered
shall be at the disposal of the ccm-
nnttee and shall be delivered to
James Brown Lumberman ou or be-
fore August 5th 1002
(First Publication July 23 1002)
To whom It may concern
Notice Is hereby Klen that Will Scibert
and Kd. N. Kaiser u partnership under the
Ui m nurae of Selbert & Kaiser have tiled their
petition In the office of tho County Clerk of
Cuddo County. Oklnhomn Territory for a
license to sell ut retail malt splrltous und
vinous liquors unon lot number 32. block num-
ber US. in the third ward of the city of Ann-
dnrko und that unlessprotcstor remonstrance
against the issuing of said license be tiled In
writing In snld County Clerks office before the
ICthdnvof August. A. D. 11X2 said potillou
will be granted and sulci license Issued
Dated this the 2Sth day of July. A. D. 1W2.
Slebert & Kuiser. applicant
lly Kd. -N'. Kuiser member of firm.
First Publlentlon July 29 1003
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
hns Bled his application with the County Clerk
of Cnddo county Oklahoma Territory asking
that he be granted a license to sell innlt.
splrltous und vinous liquors ut retail upon lot
four (4) In block sixteen (IB) In the village of
Fort Cobb In snld county und territory and
that unless remonstrance be Hied thereto be-
fore the llRli dny of August. 11X12 said petition
will be grunted und license Issued us prn)ed
Tills July 20th 1002.
Sidney Fessenden. Applicant.
Verdo V. Hardcustlc Attorney for applicant.
Dyke llallluger comity clerk
lly J. C. Hcndryx. deputy
First Publication July 2S. 1002
Notice Is hereby given that C. II. Kumm has
this duy filed in the office ot the County Clerk
ot Caddo county. O. T. his application and
petition asking that ho be grunted a license
to sell nt retail malt spirituous und vinous
liquors for a period of one year upon the
southwest quarter of the southwest quarter
of section twenty-live township seven north
lunge eight. In Shirley township Cnddo coun-
ty und Territory of Okluhomu und that this
notice will be published for a period of
two weeks In tho two newspapers of Cuddo
county having the largest circulation therein
and ull persons des ring to protest or remon-
strate against the Issuance of said license to
the said C II. Kumm will do so before the 10th
duy of August 1VU2.
Witness my hand this the 28th day of July
1902. C. II. K'nmm. Applicant
- Glltsch Morris i Glitsch
un ma ohii uui u i uui3.ii
(first Publication Jul)- W)
tfotleel hereby irlven ttint The Oklahoma
Ilrokerave l'o a Ilnn eoinpoicd of II II. Wil-
cox ntul Krankllroudwell. hae Oil' tiny tllril
with the Count) Clerk of Caddo County. O. T.
their tetltlon and application uskltitr thiil
they lie xrnnted n license to ell malt Hnuor
at whole-title cxolu.heh torn period of oue
year upou lot 3 In liloek oi. In the Fourth ward
of the city of Anadarko O. T. nnd nnsonc tie-
slrlnif toreiuouKtmte or protest nifiiiii-it the
tauaucc of snld llccn-e will do so on or before
the IMh day of Auiru-tt IPuS.-
Dated Ihls the sstu dny of July 1001.
Oklahoma llrokeraitc Co . n llrm comiMxed of
11 11 Wilcox nnd Prnnd lirow dwell
(lllttoh. Morris outsell. Applicants.
Attorneys for Applicants n
(lint I'ulillcutlcm June SI. ivre)
pnico Of comptroller of tho Currency.
WnshluKton U. C. June 17th. IIXW.
Whereas liy sntlsfaetory evidence present-
ed to the undcrslKtied. It has lieen tuadetoap-
licnr that The citizens National Hank of Ann-
dnrko. In tho town of Anndnrko. In tliccouuty
ofCitdilo Territory of Oklahoma has com-
piled w Itli nil the pro islous of the Statutes of
the United Stales ruoulred to lie compiled
with before an association shall lie nttthortzeil
tocommencu the buKluevtof llauklnKi
No therefore I. Wllllnni II. Itldicely. com-
ptroller of the currency do hereby fortify
that The CItlens N'ntlonnlllunlc of Anndnrko.
In the town of Aiu.lnrko In the county pf
Cnddo. Tcrrltor- of Oklnhomn Is nuthorved
toeommcuoc the iiu.incss of bnnklntr ns pro-
vided In section tltly one hundred ntul slxtv
blue of the re l-vil stnt utesof the United Slates
In testimony nbereof witness my bnnd nnd
seal of ortlco thlsseteuteeuthdnv of June. IlKtt.
.onll . W.M. II ltilxiKl.Y.
No KM I comptroller of the currency.
(Plrst Publication June II llr
Departmcntof the interior.
United Stntes Land Ollice
l'.l lteuo Okliihonm. June nth 1002
A Mifllelcut contest uftldnvlt lmtlnit been
filed In this office l Joseph C Shrttcr. con-
testant nitalnst Klsle l'Jlls widow and solo heir
of I.01170 Kills deceased who made entry
No. lew made Aukusi 21d. Idol for tho nw
H kcu I township 11. north rnnitcliw.b) I.0110
Kills conteslee In which it Isullcircd that mild
Konro Kilts died on Oct 21rd. nwi. leulnif ns
his sole heir Klsle Kills. ThulwiM I.0117.0 Kills
ncicr made settlement ou said land nor Im-
proved It In nnv manner That the said heir
Klsle Kills has failed to cultUnto said land or
otherwise Improve It. That snld nb.nidoinent
still exists nnd that seven and one half months
lime elapsed since tbedenthof snld cutr) mini.
bald parties are hcreb) notllled to appear re-
spond nnd oiler evidence to'uchlnir said allega-
tion ot 10 o'clock n. m. on October 21st. HH12
bcforethellculsternnd Receiver ut the United
Stutes I.nnd Office In Kl ltcno. Oklnhomn Ter-
ritory The snld contestant huvlnir. In a proper uf-
tldnvlt. tiled June 9th Irtii. set forth facts which
nhow that nftcr due nlllircuce personal service
of this notice can not be tnndc It Is hereby
ordered and directed that such notice be Kl en
by due nnd proper publication.
n pd TiiomasU. Hkkii Ilecclvcr.
iFlrst Publlentlon June 10 10041
Depnrtmcnt of the Interior.
United Stntes Lund Office.
Kl lleuo Oklnhomn. Juno Oth. INS
A sufficient contest nnidnvlt having beet
tiled In this offlco by Hollls II. Huberts on-
testunt. against homestead entry No. f.'fni.
inude Sept. Iflth. 1001 for ue '( see. 10. town-
shin 10. n. of rnnire 10 w I. M . bv John Jones.
nontcstee. In which ll is alleged that snld
entrymnn John Jones hns for more than six
mouths last past wholly abandoned the luud
embraced in sum entry una nas inuen to im-
prove the snme In any inanuer. nnd has fulled
to establish his residence thereon s ild parties
nre-hereby notified to appear respond und
offer1 evidence touching snld allegations at H
o'clock n. m. on August 4th 1002. before the
Kcglsternud Receiver nt the United Stutes
I.and office in Kl lteno. O. T.
The said contestant having. In a proper af-
fidavit filed April nth. 1002. set forth facts
which show that nttcr.due deligcnec personal
service of this notice cuunot be mnde. It Is
hereby ordered und directed that such notice
be given by due and proper publlentlon.
n FhankC. Sicki.ks. Register.
First Publication June A.
Department of the Interior. '
United States Land Office.
Kl ltcno. O. T Mnv 20. 1002.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed In this office by llenjnmln I. Lowmun
contestant ugalnst homestead entry No. KSI
made September . TO. 1001. for no M section 10
township 0. miigo II by James II Cooks con-
testce. In which It Is alleged that snld James
11 Cooks hns never made settlement on said
tract nnd that he has wholley abandoned the
same for more -ban six months Immediately
prior to the tiling of said contest affidavit and
that said nbandoment still exist nnd that his
absence therefrom Is not due to his employ-
ment In the navy or military service of the
United Stntes S.tld parties nre hereby notl-
lled to uppcur resiNind und offer evidence
touching snld nllegntlon nt to o'clock n. m. ou
October 4 I0O2. before the Register and Re-
ceiver nt the Uultcd Ststes Lund Office In Kl
lteno. Oklahoma Territory.
The snld contestant having In n proper aftl
davit Hied May 20 1002 set forth facts which
show thnt after due diligence personal service
of this notice can not be made. It Is hereby or-
dered trod directed thatsuehnotleebegirenby
due nnd proper publlentlon.
It Fimmk C Sicki.ks. Register.
(First Publication May 20 1002)
Department of the Interior
United Stutes Land Office
Kl Reno. Okln;. Mny S3. 1002
A sufficient conest nfflduvlthuviiig been tiled
In this office by D. P. Higelow contestant
against Willie II. Martuiu. entry No. 1018.
mude August 15 1001 for N. F U of Section
.11 Township 11 n Runge 12 w by Willie H.
Martaln coutestee. In which it Is alleged that
said de eudnnt hns fulled to establish a bona
llde esidence upon said lund w ithln six months
from the date ot his homestead enlrv and snld
default still exists nnd suld land Is not settled
upon or Improved or culivnted ns required by-
law; und snld absence was not due to his em-
plo)ient In the Army. Navy or Marine Corps
of the United Slates us a soldier seaman or
murine during unv war the United Stutes may
be engaged said parties are hereby notllled to
uppcur respond nnd offer evidence touching
said allegation nt 10 o'clock n m. on Septem-
ber 19 1002 before the Register und Receiver
at the United States Land Office In Kl Reno
The snld contestant having In a proper nffi-
duvltllled May 2:1 10O2 set forth facts which
show tbul uftcrdue diligence personal servloe
of ihU notice cun not be mude nnd tt Is here-
by ordered and directed that such notice be
gi en by due and proper publication.
It Fhank C. Sicklkh Register
(First Publication May K. 1002.)
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office.
Kl Reno. O. T Muy 13th 1002.
A sufficient contest uffldnvlt having been
tiled In tnto office by Jobu Mulllcuu of Ana-
durlto O. T-. contestant ugalnst the home-
stend entry of Charles J. Wlsser. No. tt)2H
made on the tilth duy of March. 0o2 for the
se U Sec' 3. T. 6. N. It 0 YV. I. M being the
transmuted SoMiers Dcclaritory Statement
No. ISO. In which It is alleged thnt suld Charles
J Wisser did not muke suld homesteud entry
for the use und benefit of himself und did not
Me said S. D. S. No. IfeO for suld tract of land
for the purpose of securing for himself und
futnlly u home but thnt ho mnde such dccluri-
lory statement for tho purpose of speculation
Also that ut no time since tho filing of said
S. U.S. on the 16th day of September. 1001
made actual settlement on said tract audthut
the suld Chns J. Wlsser hus ut no tlmo resided
upon or cultivated the snme but has wholly
ubaudoned said tract for more thuu six months
Immediately prior to tho dute hereof; that suld
W User's absence from said tract of lund Is Dot
due to his employment In the army or navy of
the United Stutes.
Also that said John Mulllcan is an actual
resident In good faith ot suld tract und that
he Is improving the same for the purpose of
making it his home for himself nnd fumllv. the
suld parties are hereby notllled to appeur und
resismd and offer evidence touching suld al-
legatlo is at ten o'clock n m. on the Oth day of
September. 10o2. before the Register uud Re-
ceiver at the United States Lund Office at Kl
Reno O. T.
'mat said contestant having in a proper at-
Ddavlt. tiled April lltli. 1002. set forth facts
which show that after due diligence personal
service ot this notice cannot be made It U
here" ordered und directed tnut men notioe
be irlven by due mpd proper nontlnir nnd pub-
I tlcatlon. TuokUS It. Kiro. necefyer.
. -.. ... . - ..
Phone 28 Anadiirko Okl.a. Three doora cist postoMc. -Paints
Oils Ghtss Etc. Mne line of Perfumery CigajB.
WHOI.ESAt.K ANDRKTAIL. 11 St.
TTlne Reel JBenrtrXfi
Russell & Hollinshead Proprietors
RIGS AND FAST HORSES. EVERY
THING UPTO DATE.
The Ony Livery Service in Anadarko.-'-
Give Us a Call;
East B Street.
Pabst Beer is
Ae Best Brewed.
BEWAHE of IMITATIONS.
NOAH & AXLINE
DUNCAN & LEONHAREM
Hardware . Implement Store?
"We have just completed our big implement warehouses'
and have it filled with tho celebrated John Deer plows o
every description the New Moline wagon John Deere bugr t
gies barb wire and nails Great Western and Garland stove
Everything we handle is first-class and up to date. Also as
Full Liive of Builders' Hardware
Everything a carpenter and farmer needs. Just received sa "
large shipment ot Queenswa.rc which we bought at half priced
and will sell it tho same way. Everybody invited to cal-
and get our prices. No trouble to show goods.
Yours for business
Southeast Cor. B & Otli St. DUNCAN . LEON HARD
1000000 Good Ilrlek
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
Plans and specifications furnished on nrnlication.
Seo tno for estimates.
Now opened on B street west of the Court House
Fresh Bread always on hand. All kinds of Pas
tries and Cakes that please the palate
Lvnch R.oom in Connection.
Lunches at all hours. Cigars and tobacco.
Come and see us.
C. F. UNDER Proprietor.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Dealers in tho Famous Hunter's Flour
inuilo in Wellington Runs. Our tfoodg
are fresh and oar prices tho lowest.
Opposite Post Office. 'Phone NO.K. tf
Confectionory Citrnrs nnd Tobacco Ieo Cresw..
Kast sido Gth St. between 13 and C
JOE CONLEY i&Mffi0'
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