Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 284, Ed. 1, Friday, August 8, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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ifcvfc' - &$&&' cANADARKO DEMOCRAT) meat rwrs3 of la cabana
Money to Loan
In Any Amount on
J.T. Moore & Co.
Rea Estate nn:l Insurance.
&$ 'S';i? rt'i''
1'he Red Bari i
JUissell & Hollinshead Proprietors.
. RIGS AND FAST HORSES. EVLR
THING UPTO DTE.
!jhe Onlv Livery Service in AnadarUn
. Give Us a Call:
East B Street.
Kemo's Red Front Store.
Are scllliit' their Immense htock of
G RN KKAJi M I5WCJII.ANDJS.I5
l Die II utprlcis that wlllcompcl vnti to buy I hey
II (JO IlllMllUlUl) l'1'J.'U 'tlluxs of cost liio op-
portunltv. of u Iff time 'f you are from
Missouri we can show oti. Hiillilinu for rent.
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L. W. Mykiis l'res. IJ).
Hl.ANK UNSHIP Vicc-lYes.
I. K. Cox Cashier.
fihe Citizens National Bank
AN. Ml :iKO Old. A.
Capital - - $25000.00.
STOCKiiot.nnits ami hiiiiicioiis:
O. W. Milne .1. U Uvrnu .1. II. lYultt Michael ViilerliH. (i. M. Cox
Krtwnru Fowler Suiniiel Clark O. IC. Cochran. C. II. IVuIti 1". II. Milner .1.
H. Mvei'd W. I). M vers li V. Myers I). Ml.inkoiislilp I K. Cox.
Dots 11 general ImnKtnn imsine.-.s. .Money 10 10:111 111 un nines.
.HAW & BLANKENSHIP Pullishtrs.
'HUSTON P. SHAW. . - - Editor
u. D. .BLANKENSHIP. - MnrtnKor.
SUIIHUHIITION HATK8 OAlt.Y.
Out yo r in uihuncu $4.00
31 x months In advance - - 82.00
Tliruu mouths in uilvunuo - $1.00
iVKllltt.Y PUIII.ISIIIlll KYKIIY TllUltS-
DAY. One Year $1.00
ix Motitlisr.T.'. '...'..!..'... . o0
I'lirct) Months.... i
' Advortlslncrutos tnailo' known on
. . '. TT "-I M 7-
Kntereil nl thu postnlllco nt aAnt-
Jnrk'o. Oklahoma" as ecinil-ohiss mall
T "- ' "'HI! '' L"
AXAllAItKO. Olil.A.l' AfdJ 8. 1002.
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If you want to save money on
the furniture you buy the
Anadarko Furniture and Hardware Co
THOS. WATKINS Prop.
Ih tlio p'aee to go. They have just bought for cash tho largest stock in
the coutVy. North side C St. between fith ailil 0th.
NOAH & AXLINE
Confectionery Ciinirs mill Tobacco loo O-.lh
Kant side ."illi St. between 15 mill C
T. F. WOODAKI) rreslilent. II. P.. .JOHNSON Vlee-I'reslilent
H. II. HUM. Cushlyr. K. 15. KJJ.1S Assistunl Cashier.
HKHHKHT I). CI'.OSHY Attorney.
The First National Bank of Anadarko
F. Yarn nil
l' S. Harbour
II. H. Johnson.
II. 1). I rosbv
( has. L. Kills
C. H. Cmnjiuell
lil IS. .lohnsou
11. IJ. Hull.
CRYSTAL PALACE SALOON
Carries a full line of wines liquors elunis
mill till braiv's of bottled beer.
KARL HAEGELIN; Alanager.
The largest stoek to soleet from
anil the lowest prices.
Block 2t North side C St.
Call and tee him.
METROPOLITAN CLVB SALOON.
Cow Boy Ssvloon's Old Stand.
Corner Seventh anil C Street.
Come one Come all.
Bairds Ice Gream Parlor
llobartand Wichita Ice Cream a Specialty.
None hotter. All kind of cold drinks..
FOIl CONGUKSS W.M. M. CUOSS.
For i'robiiui.ltulye M. N. (JH'.l
ForCounty Attorney W.I.MATIIKr
For " Tieu.siirer MOHUIS J. IJ 1 .'I
For " Clerk.... FHKMONT HOY!
For Hi ulster of HeeuN C M. HI.OS
For Slniriir J. K II A HS L()
For Surveyor N. V. COi il
For Supt. Schools.... W.Ii JJOK
For Coroner. . . .Hit K. H. MITCH KM
ForCounty Assessor F. CAi'HKNTKl:
ForCounty Wether.. O. H C.AUN1
Co. Com. 1st Hist S.M.VAMSIKY
" " ul " C. W. AMSl'ACKKl
"' " Uril ' ...J.C. WIIITKIIAM
Justice i. f the I'caeM U W- VIVION
of Auailurko I UOU'T JOLTA'
Contablo.4 of j KAUTj V. MPI1KT.
Aiiaiiai'Ko (.1. it. ri'.i r.KMj.N
ll.ivia Swiink llrlclt Co.
KHilmiites I'urnlsheit on nil Uluils
f-A yw "sTfini
Iltiiilini.it tu b 111I.I1 I rut'lty S rtinll
nt II.iv. 111 1
tu Cabana la the largest Snanlsli
fortification In the tifw wor.il It has
ucon Bovcral ctnturlrH in kioiviiik to
Its now Immense illnipudlnns Crow"n-
Ing the heights n cross the bay from
the c'ty of Havana a record of Its
Kiiests Ih a record of throe cuiturki of
Kflef nnil ngony of 11 rare. Eighteen
to twenty millions of doKani In gold
have been spent upon its vast and
massive walls and ramparts Its moats
nnil fosses. Impregnable was It deem-
ed to.be by tho Spanish engineers. 1
r u 'ewiy ToTtl?"" talIktoB tS Sfatfftsfcsfc ?( ?( 5j? ?j? ?J? ?J?
stjjfn Btono portals of tho single en-
irance nave passed a long procession
ci Cuban patriots. Men and sometimes
women wasted nnil fair of face mere
boys nml whlto-halrcd men; and few
ire they who have ever come out
agcln. They dlod'ln the iTmigCinis by
3corna niid tholr bndlos were burled In
trenches or borne through the Biibter-
rn'nean passage to the ramparts cf
Kl Mcro nnil there thrown to the
sharks In tho open sea. Those of les-
sor noto who dared to yet live were
tal-.rn by platoons to that Bcarred and
denied wall of rock without the gate
thcro stood asalnt tho wall and shot
This spot Is now hallowed ground to
the freeman of to-day. A little fenci
stp' s It In a bronze tablet is to be set
agr.inst the bullet-battered wall of
rock. Tho grass before us so luxuri-
ant has been drenched and drenched
a.-r.ln with tho noblest blood of CubaM
patriots. Tho Cuban soldier guarding
tho gateway watched us lift our hats
Ic'ori tho sacred and consecrated ploi
of martyred earth says William Sey-
mour I'M wards In tho Charleston (W.
Va.) lVilly Mall. He bowed to us rc-
rncctfuiiy r3 wo re-entered and it
t-erncd to 1110 that there was a deeper
1 'miller g'lttrr than casual greeting in
I. Is black eye.
MANUFACTURER OF BRICK.
3 Conri west of 1. O. Thouc 123
O. K. COCHRAN Dealer in
Hardware Bmplenvenis Harness Buggies
Stnndaril now proom f uoline stoves. "
Watch maker in Connection. Sewing Machine
Needles a Specialty.
For a Square Meal.
L) Jin .1 Jim tie ilatform.
Wo your committee ou resolutions
and platform huff leuvo to submit tho
We thu Democratic party in Caddo
county in convention assembled re-
nlllrni our r.Uejjience to tho lime hon-
ored principles of our glorious party
as iidvoc il'd by .JiiiTer-ioii '.Jackson
We Imlorsd the Oomocrailc jilat-
forui H'lopicil by the Natl jiiiiI Do.noc-
raey at Kansas City in HHH.Wu als
heart il. endorse tlio Democratic Terri
torial l'latfonn adopted at Knid April
-2 anil i'miiv one .illoi.iuee to and
pledge Caddo county to tho support
of lion. in Cross our nominee fcr
'loley:ato to 'oniri'i'FS.
Wo iici.'Jy uuihirio tho Anadarko
Democrat Ihe only DMiioci-.itio paper
In Caddo county for its unswerving
ili-lil fiii" D-.noi:r.iti- principles. We
invite the voters of all parties win
ire 111 lyi'ipathy with limn nt jjovi nv
meul anil oiipo.-etl to the present dis-
honest nl.i.ini -strathm of terrltoria'
mil county iilT.iics to join with us ti
the end that wo may elect olllcials who
will give us an honest economic till-
iniiiistrallon. We (Mini '11111 in unmeasured lerms.
.he party which fostered upon this-
county a republican probjile jui gi
who liiis' ''1 cted ihotisnnils of dollars
from pi'.iei'li y owikms in tills country
In e.cos of lejji 1 and honest fees and
all the .ill mi n of the voters of thb
oi.uuty to the fact that thu present re
publican atinrney-e.K'iMl and jjover-
uor have Hindu and are now mak-
ing a heroic effort to oust li'in from
e pledge tho n iminuei of this con-
vention to give the p'joplu of Caddo
county an lion.'Si' impartial eiioimmle
administration of county alTairs as set
forth in this platform.
C. Ij. Co-idiai Chairman.
The platform w.n a unimtoiH raporl
of committee and unamlously ailjpteil
by the convention.
Try Ho You and Kofa Koia..
HOW TELEPHONES liUUT THE ROADS
lltiij Jnorni'J Sai'it b UhK tt
l.nn-I)..iit'v Wire I
It 1b an odd fact but true that some
steam railroads have complained of u SUIT 1.resMcnt
the harm dono to their be3t class of p.Vi.'j.YNN. Vlee-1'res.
passenger tratlic by the long distance
telephone while hotels In Western
cities liavo 1 '.so attributed a reduction j
of patronage to tho same cause. Travel
between this city and St. Jxnils for
example Is said to have been appre-
ciably cut down by tho telephone.
Such a result would seem illfllcult to I
trace tangibly although ono. meets'
people dally who to avoid weary trips. '
have governed themselves on tho In-
junction: "Don't travel; telephone."
But tho telegraph and the mail have
also been deterrents and If there Is
any validity to the alleged reason the
high-speed electric travel of tho future
may restore the former conditions.
I. KKKirKH. Cashier. -11.
S. DIXON". Ast. Cashier.
The National Bank of Anadarko
CAPITAL - - - - $25000.
Collections a Specialty.
II . T.
F. h. Winkler.
H. S. Dixon.
V. K. l'eiin and Co.
into their new rooms
utoiids Di'vooils store
die all kinds of re.il
over II. un-
Don't Forget! What?
MITCHELL & HAGEMAN
Vp-io-dalc Pump Men svnd
Are headquarters for Pumps. Mills Tanks Hardware Tinware
Itofrigcrators Screen Doors Plumbing Goods Etc. For proof
Give us a trial.
C St. 1 blk north Public Square.
Wanted to Trade Well improv-
ed farm for eity propepty on IS St.
1U0 acres all under fence III) aures
in eultivrtiou balance 111 pasture.
Good two story house four plastoi-
ed rooms two ooil wells .1 cave.
lino young bearing orchard gooil
spring in pasture 7 miles from U.K.
station prion $:i00. Address ISox
-58. Orlando. Okla. 280tf
Fupr-b o'ft for C'liirc!!.
'. f?. "'.l'l cliasuliln made fcr ami
1 at the coronation of Louis XV
. rr.nce at Hhelms In 1722 have re
..;y bren presenteu to St. .lar.v'f
ill ch. Philadelphia. They are of 11
a.e blue velvet covered with em-
.o'.djiy of gold bullion of extremely
-.0 workmanship. A superb sllvet
'itrlllx which was mnile In Spain
.1 the sixteenth century but which
onnil its way to Kngland was pur-
;.a. til for tills chinch last summet
nd recently given to It
Sc'n t lie I!nnl Cnr.
In a great umubcr of recent bank
robbericj In small towns tho burglars
have escaped by means of a hand car
provided b forihind. on the local rail-
road. The cltiZLns a:e always arou ed
In time to ceo them go but not to
capture them. In futu.e operations
of tho kind It would seem to bo the
beEt strategy for those who wUh to
capture tho thieves to go at ov.e to
tho railroad und celze the hand car.
Instead of rushing to the bank.
I DIVERS & TAYLOR
M Will for the next .10 days sell
1 Wall Paper
Brushes Etc. at
20 Per Ct. Dicount From Rji-ular PfIce
Wall Paper From 4c per Roll Up
The Celebrated Newbury Paint
formerly sold for $1.(H) at $1.30.
Paper Hanging Painting and Signs
Two Doors West Bank of Anadarko
I.'lv'nlily KiHlmri'il Tiinurlvo.
The American consul at Madagascar
says speaking of its eastern seaport:
"Perhaps no city of thi3 ?lze In tho
world Is so lavlfchly endowed with
churches cathcdrali monasteries
chapels schools hospitals etc. as Is
Tanarlvo. There 13 a school of manual
labor where every branch of manufac-
ture Is taught nml many handsome
specimens of work are shown."
SHE WAS A SHREWD
$? ' $?
I American Hotel S
Dan Renrlv. Prnn. ' t
llest Hotel in tlio city. Hates $2.00 per day.
Cor. C and 4 Sts.
111 oniur 10 accomodate an ever
incrcasiii!.' trade 1 have moved to
tho Hammond building four doors
west of the First National bank
where 1 will bo pleased to wolconic
old as well as now customers and
show them i lino of dry goods
groceries and shoes second to none
in the oitv. J. K. Hart. 273tf
Her Once Derliloil "Hut Kuiui'
I kURlieil nt Mo Longer
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Shelhumcr of
Rock river bottom several years ago
bought a tract of 400 acres qt swamp
land near Krle. It was a desolate an I
forbidding legion. It was full of
muskrat hoi ses grass tall enough to
hldo a horse i.it-talls and pools. Sh
paid $S per a tie. Everybody thought
it was about as foolish a move as It
would bo to wad the wealth up and
sl.ovo It Into tho lire. Her little girl
used to come homo from school cry in;
becauso tho children teased her about
her mother's rat swamps.
But Mrs. Shelhamer is one of the
best business women in Henry or
Whiteside county. Sho know cxaetly
what sho was doing. Sho had the
swamps drained. Sho put In tilo and
redeemed tho land. Last fall sho re-
fused $t0 per aero for tho tract and
says that sho wouldn't take $75. Sho
laughs best who laughs last. Gcnc-
seo (111.) News.
CIrrcymi.i llinj" III Own Ilellt.
An Essex (England) clergyman ex-
periencing a diltlculty in obtaining tho
services ot a bell ringer has evolved a
devlco whereby with tho aid of tho
electric current ho rings his own bells
by pressing buttons In the vestry.
To tke Public i
Do you know it is a fact we have
the most up-to-date stock of Hardware
in the now country and that consider-
ing freight rates and snsurance our E
prices aro lower than they were whero
you camo from We buy for cash and
soil for cash. Wo have a complete
lines of shelf and heavy hardware
stoves refrigerators ice cream freezers E
cutlery sporting goods harness and EE
saddles barbwiro and field fencing "
pumps and fittings machine and lubr-
eating oils and tho best tin shop in thv:E
city. Wo aro closing out our stook of
paints at prices that would astonish
you. Wlen in tho city givo us a call :
and wo will be pleased to price our
goods to you whether you aro ready to SE
buy or not. :
JOHN PFAFF fa SONS
IS Street Anadarko Okla
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Shaw, Preston P. Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 284, Ed. 1, Friday, August 8, 1902, newspaper, August 8, 1902; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81881/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.