Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 119, Ed. 1, Monday, January 12, 1903 Page: 1 of 4
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Ariadarko Daily Democrat.
ANADARKO CATXDO CO. OKLA.. IAN. 12. 100U.
"his is the way This is the new way
"his is the only way
To get good fresh Bread Pies and Cakes
Phono 127. I will not solicit trade over
the city but will bepleased to fill all orders.
C. F. UNDER Propricur.
99?99$? J? $? ?ft?4???J?
If you want to save money on
the furniture you buy the
ladarko Furniture and Hardware Co
THOS. WATKINS Prop.
o placo to go Thoy have just bought for cash the largest stock in
tho county. North side C St. between 5th and Cth
??4?4??4?4? $? 59$?9$?9j)?9j)99j!?9$t
For Staplo and Fancy Grocories at Lowest Prlcoa. I buy
Butter Errs and Chickens. John Craggs old stand B St.
G. D. DRISKELL Prop
As it Should Be
The Democrat Does No Other Kind
?8?SJ)?S???S$? Sj? ?fcS9$!??J?
D. ICRElTZKIt. Cashier.
II. S. DIXON. Asst. Cashier.
The National Bank of Anadarko
CAPITAL - - - - $25000.
Collections a Specialty.
F. L. Winkler.
D. T. Flynn.
B. S. Dixon.
?? yit? tyty?
Jno. O. Burgett
The Oklahoma St. Groceryman
Will soil poods cheap during tho holidays. Tho following
prices will convince you.
Standard packed tomatoes 3 lb cans .. ..10c
Early Juno peas per can Oc
Sugar oorn jjer can . ... (to
PIo peach per can.. . Oo
(I lb best navy beans . 25c
4 lb host quality rlco 25c
Flako hominy per lb .4c
Swift's Jorsoy Olcomargorlno per lb 20c
Nuts candles fruits and In fact everything In tho grocery lino
' goes at the lowest prices Goods delivered to any part of tho city ac
I'HONB NO. 81.
Stephenson's Drug Store will move
1st door west of National Bank of
Anadarko Gth and B Sts. about
January 1st 1003.
m.' Hiimva'HB mmmmm.' mMM mwm . .
Tho only exclusive shoo store. Tho only expert shoo
man. The only retail shoo mari. Knows wholo'stock
from split leather. 25 years. oxperlonco. Youoatf- -
not mako a mistake by buying of ub. All rips sowed
free of charge.
B St. Anadarko Okla.
HON. W. J. BRYAN.
The Great Commoner Will He Merc
January 14. A Treat for
Hon. W. J. Bryan twice tho
democratic nomineo for presi-
dent a man considered by mill-
ions of Amorican citizens to bo
tho greatest statesman before
our country will speak at tho
McAninch Hall January 14 un-
der tho auspices of tho Knights
of Pythias Lodge. It is to bo re-
gretted that wo havo no room
largo enough to accomodate tho
thousands of our citizons who
want to hear tho distinguished
orator. Extra soats havo been
provided and tickets will bo on
salo at Smiths Drug Store.
Department of tho Interior "1
January 7th 1003
Mr. W. H. Edwards
Mayor Ananarko Oklahoma
Replying to tho inquiry in your
letter of tho 20th ultimo I havo to
advise you that tho ongineor who
has been examining tho Anadar-
ko water-works plan and speci-
fications has comploted his ex
amination and is now preparing
His report for submission to tho
Secretary. When his roport is
at hand which I expect will bo
within a very fow days you will
bo promptly advised of tho deci-
sion of tho Department.
Thos. Ryan .
- Acting Secretary.
Prosperity Anent the Cool Famine.
Tho latest spectacular play is
tho proposition of Swift & Co. to
furnish to its employees coal at
actual cost and also to establish
depots of distribution in each city
whero it has a plant and furnish
coal at actual cost to poor people.
"Oh ye gods and little fishes"
such philanthraphy from such a
contaminated source can only
raiso a suspicion in tho minds of
tho peoplo whon wo think back
but a fow short months whon this
unscrupulous concern with others
were starving countless thous-
ands by an unmerciful and un
lawful combino of tho meat in
Whon the wintor has passed
and with it all that was mortal of
hundreds of poor frozen to death
peoplo thon and not until then
will this great and philanthraphic
concorn havo established its do-
pots of distribution.
And this is prosperity starva-
tion through meat combines in
tho sumrnor freezing throutrh
coal combines in tho wintor and
low pricos for products whon in
tho hands of tho producers
through tho -combines in Wall.
Street all fostered and maintained
under the present Republican
Real Estate Conveyancs.
Edward Harrington to John E.
Harrington lots 0 blk. 10 Eort
Cobb consideration S500.
John A. Digonait to M. E.
Green lot 10 blk. 32 North
Lookoba consideration S100.
Joseph A. Carson to A. J.
Blankenship lot 2 Jblk. 15 Bin-
ger consideration S50.
Joseph A. Carson to' A. .1.
Blankmship lot 23blk. 26 and
lot7andbblk. 17 Bingor con-
Nora G. Aazlett to Virginia
Monafee lots 13 and 14. blk. 10.
Fort Cobb consideration S200.
Nora G. Httzlott to D. R. Jack
son lot 18 blk.-20 Fort Cobb.
Charles L. Crum to Robinson
& Jackson T. D. 24 lots in
Statutes of Oklahomu on Gambling.
Chapter Twenty-five Article Pit-
Paragraph 12. Every territorial
district city town village
county or township officer who
Shall angago or participate in
or who shall assist or encour-
ago any other person or per-
sons in any kind of gambling
whether tho samo bo by cards
dico dominoes billiards or
any gamo of chance or a gam-
bling device by betting monoy
property or other thing of val-
ue in such gamo of chanco or
gambling device such officer
shall bo doomed guilty of a
misdomoanor and upon con-
viction thereof shall bo pun-
ishod by a fine of not less than
fifty dollars nor more than fivo
hundred dollars and shall bo
adjudged by tho court having
jurisdiction thereof to havo
forfeited his offico and his of-
fice shall thereupon bb declared
Paragraph 13. It is tho duty of
all shoriffs polico officers con
stables and county prosecuting
attorneys to inform against
and prosecute all porsons whom
thoy beliovo from credible in
formation to bo offenders
against tho provisions of this
act and any such officer fail-
ing or omitting to do so is pun-
ishable by a fino not exceeding
fivo hundred dollars nor loss
than fifty dollars and shall bo
adjudged by tho court having
jurisdiction thereof to havo
forfeited his offico and said of-
fico shall theroupon bo declar-
Paragraph 16 It shall bo tho
duty of the district court to
hear and dotermino actions
arising under sections 12 and
13 of this act at any timo in
preference to all other Territo-
rial business and no continu-
ance shall bo granted except
for good cause shown.
The til. O. Church Notes.
Tho protractsd meetings are
still in progress at tho church
and will contnuo throughout the
week. Cottage prayermeoting3
aro beeing held ovory afternoon
at tho residences of different
members of tho church.
Prof. Clark loft his work in tho
north part of the county and
answered Bro. Lillys maccdonian
call to como and .help in those
meotings. Ho is a strong ener-
getic church worker and has
preached somo splendid sermons
Thoro is none of thooxcilemont
in those meeting which often
accompanies meotings held by
great evangelists but it is always
tho ease that decisions to live
tho hotter life as those men aro
holding every night aro worth
much moro to tho person making
tho decision and to tho commun-
ity than if mado under tho in
fluenco of an exciting revival.
If tho peoplo of Anadarko would
stop long enough to notice how
many dons of vico and orimo
wore allowed to run at full blast
in tho city and that ovory fow
days a now den is oponod they
would seo tho need of ovory good
citizen showing his colors.
Assuming that thoro aro- 4000
peoplo in our town 500 might bo
found who want to seo conditions
improved morally or spiritually
or both. Probably 500 could bo
found running or patronizing in-
stitutions of degrading charac-
ter and tho other 300 tako no in-
terest one way or tho other sjm-
ply don't caro. Como out to (ho
meetings. They can't harm you.
Thoy may holp you.
Carl Glitsch returned today
from Oklahoma City.
CITY MEAT MAKKCT
llammert & Thralls.
Call up 81 whon you wish to urnuiRe a
tempting breakfast hoi-vo u niet nner or
suppor us wo aro always proparod to fur-
nish anything in tho lino of froqh and ottrod
moats fish oysters and game calory oran-
borrios. orangos and other fruits and voca-
bles. Wo also keop a complete lln. 0f
sUiplo and fancy grocorios. tinned meats
and soups. Special uttontion glvon to
family trado or at. orders by Phone.
To Lovers of Good tliimrs to Eat. (3
Begin tho new year aright. Go to Smith & lioall whore vou can got
anything you want of the host tho market affords. Wo havo no out
prices our goods aro all loaders onco a costomor always- a custom-
er. Thanking tho good people or Anadarko for tholr past patronago
will say wo aro bettor prepared to tako caro of you now than ovor
bofore. Como and bo convinced of tho truth. Wo havo been doing
our advertising over the counter but tho nows paper men say thev
have got to lire henco this ad.
SMITH & BEALL. 1
1 rslrilr''r -Ora-Vwa-2?
1 I 1
we have a larire stock- nf
GOOD.WO" - . -
co.MjM-t J y JCSJti IX
Cemont Lime Sidewalk
McAlister Coal Colorado Coal Smith-
ing Coal. Our grades are the best our
prices as low as onyone.
Call and Sec us or
Pkc 29. "
SfephensonBrowne Lbr. Co.
Centrally located everything flrst-class rates 82 per daj
a. n. ualston prop. Cor. Otii and Main Streots.
The Reece Agency
Office on Mam St. one block north
of Court House.
Buys warrants and bonds collects and remits monoy buys
soils and leases farm and city property on small margin.
Does all kinds of notary work writes contracts deeds etc.
burvoys and appraises property and guarantees descript-
ion and valuo of property negotiates surety bonds and
farm loans. Agont for Victor safes and school furniture
and supplies ljoans monoy with which to erect buildings
Is local treasurer and agent Agent for the Aetna The
for Aetna Building and Manchester of England &
Loan Association. Citizens Fire Ins. Co's
commencing: Monday. q
25 per cent Discount
On all Suits. 33 1-3 off on
Youflgheim Clothing Company
$ VSV NNVVKr''MAA
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Blakenship, L. D. Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 119, Ed. 1, Monday, January 12, 1903, newspaper, January 12, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81972/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.