Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 48, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 22, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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"local news... j
W. II. Dutton of Cleveland O.T.
is in the city today.
Always call for Star bread it is
the best. 'J07-tf
Fred Sisson returned this morning
A fine cow for sale cheap. Call
at the Blue Front restaurant. tl
Wanted A good boy at the
Anadarko furnituie company 21tf
Cocoanut loat at Hoffman's Biz-
zey Bee Kandy Kitchen 40tf.
Dr. Fowler of Chickasha is in
theeity the guest of Dr. Diokoy.
Attorney E. F. Baker returned
last night from a business trip to
"Hello Central" give nic the
Star Bakery we want some fresh
Lost A Masonic Charm. Finder
please return to the Democrrt and
get reward. tf.
J. C. Williford General Agent
fo the Blatz Beer Co. iB in the
city on business.
Have you tried any of those fresh
chocolates at IIoiTinan's Bizzy Bee
Kandy Kitchen? lftf
Koal Koal Koal Get your coal
while its cheap. C. II Ivninui
phones 43 and 111. 30tf
A. W. Koontz doputy recorder
returned this morning from a busi-
ness trip to Guthrie.
For Alderson fancy lump and egg
coal see Chas. Kanim. Phones 48
and 111. 44tf
All kinds of fresh made candies
at Hoffman's Bizzey Bee Kandy
Kitchen. ' 47tf.
J- F. Kimberty Rock Island
Agent at Mt. View is visiting
Agent Bartlcy today.
For Sale A gent's wheel in
good condition must go at once.
Enquire at this office.
You can get fresh hard made
candies at Hoffman's Bizzy Bee
Kandy Kitchen. 47tf.
E. A. Renney of Ft Cobb is in
town. Ho says the Demociats will
win at the ratio of 10 to one.
For Sale Well
iillcy cash or time.
ace Ye8t Oklahoma Ave.
The rooms occupied
"Democrat" are for rent
ry & Farmer.
Attend the Southwestern !Nonnal
College at Anadarko Fall term
opens Nov. 4 30t20
Samuel Thompson 'father of
Sheriff James '.Thompson arrived
thisweok from Lamar Mo. to visit
a while in our city.
Lost Ladies green blouse waist.
Finder please leavo at the Demo-
crat'oilicoapd'obligu. Mrs. S M. Wamslcy.
Miss Oldham one of the teach-
ers went to Oklahoma City today
and her sister is teaching in her
The fall term of the Southwes-
tern Normal College opens Nov. 4.
Write for catalogue. J. N. Clark
Our next County Treasurer Lee
Hite is in town lie is making
friends every day as he is the right
man for County Treasurer.
All tho teachers are all specialists.
Eleven courses and fifteen instruc-
tors. Address Southwestern Nor-
mal College. 30t20
Albert Shaw of Lamonto Mo. is
visiting his brother tho real estate
man Here. Ho will remain in tho
city about 10 days. He is a very
pleasant gentleman and emphasizes
tliCjfact that he is a Missouri Dem-
ocrat.' Ijwill bo at oflipo of Kerr & Mil-
ler every Wednesday and Saturday
aftofnoou.'. vAnyono wishing infor-
mation concerning tho Southwes-
tern Normal Collego and Business
Institute can call and see mo or ad
dress the Southwestern Normal Cob
logo. Ella A. Clark. 30t25-
E. W King i etui ned today from
Oklahoma City and differont points
in the Indian Territory after
an absenco of several days.
Wanted At once a man to set
a Howe Wagon Scale.
Chas. II. Kanim
At Pabst.cold storage.
Democrat Rally Saturday night
lion! II. II. Hagan and P. Y. Brin-
ton will both bo here to address
the voters. Come out and hear tho
' For Sale About 125 bushels
corn in the field and about 2 tons
kaffer (heads) in shed at S. E. corn
er of town. Seo James M. Arj;a-
bright owner. 47t3
Tho school board has secured
suitable rooms for the use of the
grades now occupying tho Morgan
building and tho change will be
made at once.
Anp.darko Bakery opposite Post
Office Fresh Bread Pies and
Fancy Cakes always on hand.
Confectionery and cold drinks.
Geo. Schmidt Prop. 291tf
Piayer meeting Thursday eve. at
Christian church Oct. 23. Topio
"Jesus our Friend." Reference
Rev. 18-24. Everybody invited.
Mrs. Ogle Leader.
It is goody goody all tho way
down and half tho way back what?
That cocoanut loaf at Hoffman's
Bizzey Bee Kandy Kitchen. 47tf.
Dennis Flynn has quit tho cam-
paign and gone to Washington
D. C. He says in an interview
there that ho confidentially expects
his bill to pass in December wheth-
er Cross is elected or not.
lam agent for the Baker it Look-
wood Tent and Awning Co. of
Kansas City Mo. See me for prices
in anything m this line.
Proprietor of Anadarko Furniture
For sale Three thoroughbred
registered Poland China pigs five
months old weight 115 pounds
one male two gilts twenty dollars
each. Call at home 14-8-12. CD.
Klumpi Fort Cobb O. T. 27t30
If any of our subscribers on the
delivering routes fail to get thoir
paper or if you change yonr resi
dence in the city you will do the
Democrat a favor if you will drop
in tho office and notify us. We
want you to get the paper.
Tho sohool board at its meeting
Monday night extended the boun-
daries of the sohool district adding
a strip two miles wide on the north
and a half mile strip on tho east
adding $4o0C0 of taxable property
to this district.
J. A. McCampbell who adver-
tised for 45 little boys for the par-
ade; informs us that he has 75 ap-
plications and still they come.
Hurrah! for the boys they are on
the right track.
O. M. Toplcy agent for Dick
Bro's Beer at this place has just re-
turned from an extended trip to
St. Louis Chicago and Quincy 111.
i'he latter place being tho head
quartors of the firm " ho represents.
He icpnrts a very pleasant time
Wo shall endeavor to make our
weokly paper hereafter especially
interesting to our farmer friends.
The new features will include
weekly market reports correspond-
ence from different localities etc.
Subsoribo for a good Democratic
weekly and get all tho news of the
Big dinner every day at the Blue
Front Restaurant. First class cook-
ing everything strictly up-to-date.
Bring in your game .of all kindB.
Highest market prices paid at the
Blue Front Restaurant Noah &'
Axline proprietors. 47tf
Harry Malon proprietor of tho
saloon known as "Harry's Place"
met with a very sovoro accident
last night about 11 o'clock by
walking off of an awning and break-
inghiship. Ho will bo confined to
to his bed for a long time. Wo
hope howevor that ho is not so bad
hurt as reported. Dr. Ivorley was
called and the patient is resting as
well as could bo expected.
Quito a number from town drove
out to the Indian Camp yesterday
afternoon returning at a late hour.
All report a pleasant drive and a
good timo in general.
$12.50 for The Ladles Band I
Mayor Divers requests us to an-
nounce that he will give $12.50 for
tho first piece of Musio played by
tho Ladies Band naxt Saturday
night. Mayor Divers Bays ho will
not stand for any second hand man
or Baloon man outbidding him.
m . m
$io for The First Tunc.
Rosy Fant. the proprietor of the
Court Bar S.i'oon conies to the
front with a ten dollar bill to givo
to the Ladies Band for the first
piece of music they play on the
street beforo his place of business
next Satin day night. Who next?
i i m " M
The Democrat Ticket.
Democrats you have a ticket that
demands every effort that you can
put forth to elect it. We arc proud
ol tho fact that they are all gentle-
men worthy and well qualified for
the positions to which they aspire.
Don't pay any attention to campaign
Iicb but work for tho whole ticket
and our majority will bo 500 when
tho votes are counted.
45 Little Girls Wanted.
J. W. llearno will arrango to
haul 45 little girls in tho Demojrat-
io parade Nov. 1st and requests
that they call at once at the Peoples
Store and give their names so.as
all the necessary arrangements can
be made. Each girl will represent
one of tho stato3 of the Union.
Apply at once.
Gentry Bros. Famous Shows.
For almost two score years Gen-
try Bros Famous Shows have been
the leading trained animal exhibi-
tion of the country and this year
finds tho show twice its former size.
A double herd of performing ani-
mals is carried to say nothing of a
half dozen or more novel acts which
are entirely now in shows of this
character. Gentry Bros exhibi-
tions have long been patronized
and endorsed by the Elite of the
land and after many engagements
in this city their visit should be a
grand success as all former ones
have been. The lUte of exhibition
is announced for Tuesday Oct. 28.
State of Illinois )
County of Peoria j
Leslie D. Puterbaugh being first
duly smorn on his oath states that
he is a resident ot the city and coui"
ty of Peoria in the stato of Illinois;
That ho is at present ono of the
Judges of the Tenth Judicial Cir-
cuit of tho stato of Illinois
That he has been for over twenty-
five years last past well acquainted
wish Moses N. Gish late of said
oily of Peoria and now residing at
That said Moses N. Gish is and
always lias been a man of good
That he has been for many years
and is still a member of the Bar in
good standing of said Peoria coun-
ty Illinois under a license duly
issued to him by the Supremo court
of tho stato of Illinois. And further
affiant saith not.
Leslio D. Puterbaugh.
Subscribed and sworn to by
Leslie D. Putorbaugh before me
Thaddcus S. Simpson cleik of the
Circut Court in and for tho county
of Peoria in the stato of Illinois
this 2nd day of July A. D. 1902.
Thaddcus S. Simpson Clerk of the
By A. M. Otman deputy
Hret Publication Oot 18. 1903
Territory of Oklahoma
In tho DlstrlctCourtof said county
Sadlo May Chambers plalntUt
Uenlaminllamllton CnnmberH dofendunt
Said detondaut llenjunilu II Chancers will
tnlto notice that ho has been sued In tho
above named court upon a petition nneirlni:
irrounds for dlvorue and askluir th.it o decree
of divorce be irrented t) plaintiff from de-
fendant und that tho bonds of matrimony
heretofore exUtluif be annulled and set aside
and defendant Ih herebr notified thui he hjiiM
nuKvrertuoh petition llled therein b said
plaintiff on orbef i ro the ivtth day of Novem
ber luos or said petit on will be taken hi true
and ludk'ment for sj' 1 nlaintllTforKuehdeurco
of divorce will be granted and decree render-
N K. bUscn. clerk
ISeaj lly Guy It Clilleu deputy
1 QUtsch Randolph i. Olltsh. attts (ir plaintiff.
(First Publication Oct. 0 1902)
To whom It may concern
Notice In hereby irlten thr Winann.t Stev-
enson n llrin composed ol P. Innns ami 1'
M. Stevenson hiivethli iliiy ...edln the ofTIco
or the County Clerk of Cuddo County. Oklit-
hom. Territory their application nml peti-
tion asklnir that they bo (trained u license
to sell nt retail mult uplrltous nml
lnouHlliuoritiMiu lots block I NV illUslon
In the hceoml Hunl of the town of Apache
anil thut link's protest or remonstrance
ngnlnst the Issulnir of nld license bo Hied In
writluir In said County Clerks oltlce before the
23rd dav of Oot.-b r inuj. said license
wlllbe grouted atpruyed tor n Raid application
Dated this the th day of Oct A. 1). IWJ.
Wlnans t Stetenxnu. npplloants.
Olltsch ltandolph&lllltscli aUornejs.
(First Publication Oct 51 1003
Notice Of Publication.
Territory of Oklahom 1 1. INTHKMSTHICT
Cuudo county P" COUltT
Lena Mathews I lalnllrf
Itobcrt R Mathews rtefendent
Said defendent ltob rt 1'. Mathews will
tn e notice that ho has beens icd In the abote
named court by Lena Math wsfora divorce
from the bonds or ruatrlmon hcrctororo ex-
lstlntr between s Id parties and nld defend
ent must answer the petition llled by said
plalntlffniralnst him In said court on or beforo
the 1st day of December lfi or the petition
will be t ken ns true and Judgement r i.dcred
neeordltiirly dlwi olnif said pint tin from snld
defe dent as prnjrd for lube mid petition.
.. . ... I-n Mathews
11 Kerr & Kin attorneys for lnlntlff
Attest N. K. Slsslou. Clerk.
llyduy It. Ollelt. Deputy
(First publication Oct. 15 H0J.1
In the DlstrlctCourt of oaddo county
Vernon Purdj plaintiff.
Hnttic l'urdj. defendant.
Terr torj of Oklahoma to Itattle Purdy the
above named dctcudant
You are hercbj notified ih.it yon as defend-
nut time been s ed ly Vernon Punt) as
plilntlff lnni uuse of null u set fo th In a
petition now llled in the olllce of the clerk of
the 1) strict court of en do county Oklahoma
and unless ou nswers Id pell lo on or be-
fore thcSMhdnv of Not ember lima the same
will be tiken ns true ind a i or c rcudertd
irrantlnif n d plaintiff n dliorcc from jou on
iiccount of abandonment. Vernon Pii'dy.
lly M.ithcn & Ut cu nit) s or plaintiff
Attest N. E. Sission. elo k.
Ily (lit) K. (Illicit deputi
(First publication Oct 10. 1WK)
In the Dlstilct Court of Cuddo county.
John L. Cratir pl.tlntlff
Louisa M. Cr.ili!. defendaut.
Territory of Oklahoma to Louisa M. Cralir
the above named defendant
You arc hereby notified that )ou ns defen-
dant hate been sued by John L. Crnlit as
plaintiff. In a cause of action set forth In a
petition now filed In the oilier of the clerk of
the District court oX Caddo county Oklahoma
a d unless jou answer snld petition on or be-
fore the 21st day of Not ember. Uhu the mine
will be taken as true and u deoree rendered
irrnnt ntr said plalutlff a divorce from juuiki
account of luiM)tcncy.
John L. Cralir.
lly Matbcny & Llvesny attorneys for plaintiff.
(Seal) N. K. Sisson. clerk District court.
lly (luy It. Ulllett. deputy.
(First Publication Oct II.)
Notice Of Publication.
Territory of Oklahoma I
County of Caddo I "
IN TUB DISTUICT COUIIT
Said de end int. llcnjlmnn Hallock will
take notice that he has been sued in the above
named court by Clara llnllock for a divorce
fiom the bonds of m itrimonj heretofore exist-
ing between Mil par les. and unid defendant
must answer the petition llled by s.ild plaintiff
against him in Nald eourt.on or before the 21th
day of Not ember inos. or the petl Ion will be
taken ns true and judgment rendered accord-
Initly divorcing said plaintiff from said defend-
ant and restoring htrmalden name an prayed
for in her said petition Clara Uallock.
Uy Kerr & Miller Attorneys for plaintiff.
N. K. Sl'Blon. Clerk
lly Guv 11. Citllette. Deputy.
BEEBE & ELLISON. Prop's
T. J. SULLIVAN
Boots and Shoes mado to order.
Hopairing neatly done
Cor. of C and 0th streets
Dray Transfer and Bagg'ivg'c.
Any Kind of Hauling Anywhere.
Prices Right. Phone 72. 30-tf
For hlch class u atoli and repair
rjk. Tho linest and mos.t eom-
ulote lino of Jewelry in tho city.
At Stophcnsons drug storo east
of Post Ollice.
Siebert & Kaiser
W " 1 1 -saV
Tho largesr Whiskey and Wino Merchants in tho New
Country. Supported by tho best distillers and vineyards in
the world. Boon in the business 20 years and knew what
to buy and who to buy it from. Therefore we can sell
better goods at lower prices than anybody who pretends to
be in the business.
Notice the Following Prices
Old Bourbon 80o per quart or 4 qunrts for $3.00
W. II. MoHruyor J1.00 pop quart or 4 quarts for $3.30
O. F. C. $1.25 per quart or 4 quarts for $1.50
Guckonhclnior Hyo80c por qunrt or 4 quarts for $3.00
Mount Auburn Ilyo Crium Bye Hunter Kye Mollou Blossom autL
Boll Springs $1.50 por qtltirt.
Whlsktos by tho gallon $2.50 to $5.00
Pure Homo-miulo Strawberry por quart 75c
Puro Blackberry Sherry and Port por quart 75c
Cattiwbn Claret ami Concord wlno por quart 50c
Ksctipornoiii: wlno pint 00c por quart $1.00
Extra Dry G. II. Milium and Cooks Champagne imported wlno and
Beer Gin Brandies and ovorjthing In the wuiskoy wluo and Boer
lino. Also Llmborgpr Brick ami Swiss Checsuon hand.
Wo would bo pleased to hear from you or soo you fu porson. All
mall ordors promptly fllleil. City orders dollvorod. Phono No. 31.
SIEBERT & KAISER
Northeast Cor. of Squaro ANADARKO OKLA.
Somo tlino tho
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
$ W'Qnoy to
Estate and Insurance.
Pabst Beer is
Bhe Best Brewed.
BEWAHE 0 IMITATIONS.
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If you aro hot it makes you cold
If ydu are cold it warms yonr heart.
The bright sunshine
Of tho dear old lthinc
Ih in the sparkling bubble
If you'er in need.
It's your friend indeed
As it drives awaw all trouble
If it is browed right and browed pure
It can have but ono name
See thatBudveiser is on each cork.
Handled exclusively by the
Oklahoma Brokerage Co. -
E. B. WILCOX Mgr.
cold will eouio.
Tlio wlso man prepares for tho future.
Ovoi on B htrect ICakl PmxiLit has a storo
Very soon It will bo full of stoves stoves stoyos
livery kind for all kinds of prices
See him boforo buylnjj. llo will save you MOKKT.
AND FANCY GROCERIES. R
Doalors In tho Famous Huntor's Flour
mado In Wellington Kun.s. Our goods
are fresh und our prices tho lowest.
St. Opposlto Post Office.
Phone No. H.
In Any Amount on
J. T. Moore & Co.
Offlee ou South Tth Street.
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Blakenship, L. D. Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 48, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 22, 1902, newspaper, October 22, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81919/m1/3/: accessed May 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.