Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 119, Ed. 1, Monday, January 12, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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Dr. Jokyll and Mr. Hydo.
Gibbs Lawyer Anadarko.
Rooms to rent over Bradford
and Davidsons Store. HOtO
Gct your bread and cakes of tho
Anadarko bakery. C4tf
Fino chocolate and homo made
candy at tho Anadarko bakery. 04tf
Carl Glitsch went to Oklahoma
City Saturday evening on busi-
ness. Mr. S. E. Thurman a staunch
democrat qf Apacho was a ploas-
ant caller at tho Democrat today.
See E. D. Williams for Insur-
ance. Real Estato and Farm
Judgo Wimbery left to day to
spend a few days in Guthrio on
M. M. Smith is selling all win-
tor goods at 50 cents on tho dol-
Grand Opening at Leader
Meat Market G55 Main street
Win. J. Bryan will bo hero
Wednesday afternoon at 1 :30 p.
Just received a car of Alder-
son fancy lump coal. C. H.
Kamm. Phono 43. 101-tf
C. H. Kamm has received two
car loads of MoAlister fancy
lump coal. Phono 43.
Mrs. J. A. Knossof Addington
I. T. sont us Sl.OO today for tho
Go to M. M Smiths and buy
winter goods at 50 cents on the
Wanted at once good girl
for general houso work. Mrs.
Chas. L. Crum. 80tf
For rent With or without
meals nice warm furnished rooms.
Jno. O. Burgetts
Nice warm furnished rooms
with or without board at Jno. 0.
For rent Nico furnished
rooms. Apply at the Walters
Houso Cor. 5 and D street. 100t24
For sale cheap Two good sots
of Saloon Furniture for particu-
lars call at this office. 83tf
C. L. Kirkpatrick has gone to
Enid to see his nephew who was
badly hurt a few days ago in a
Dr. J. G. Tongo is now inter-
estedin tho Karl Douglass Drug
Co. one of tho leading Drug
. Stores of tho city.
Mrs. J. M. Youngblood and
little daughter Eula started this
morning for Republic Mo. on a
visit to their former homo.
.Coal Tho place to "buy your
coal is from the Anadarko Gin
Co. Try them once they will
treat you right. Will deliver to
any part of tho city. Phone 148.
Crayon and Pafitol Portrait en-
larged from Photograph at the
Gem Photos Gallery. Workdono
at home. No sending pictures
Aents Wanted. 115-tf
M. G. Hatfield and C. A. Hon-
ning two prominent farmers from
near Lavorty woro callers of tho
. Democrat office to day and had
their names placed on tho roll for
tho Democrat for tho year.
Before purchasing your spring
implements see M. E. Seward
who can save you monoy. Ho
has some special burgains in
.-John Deoro turning plows which
ho sells less than cost. F. O. B.
Guthrio Ok. Jan. 10. Domo-
crat members of tho lower houso
have conf orred horo today prelim-
inary to holding a caucus to decide
tho speakership and tho distribu-
tion of patronage. Edgar W. Jones
who has boon in tho load for
apeakrgained additional strength
today. Willam Bowles of Perry
..and W. A. Maxwell of Yukon alBO
candidates for tho speakership
are horo. A cauoua probably will
. not bo held untill tomorrow night.
C. A. Kamm hus received two
car loads of MoAlister fancy
lump coal. Phono 43.
Tho revival services at tho M.
E. church aro increasing in in-
terest and attendance. Every
body cordially invited.
Wanted A girl for light houso
work in small privato family.
Address C. E. Georgo General
Rev. L. H. Holt will preach
noxt Sunday morning at Sickles.
Rov. L. J. Dyko will occupy tho
Baptist pulpit of Anadarko at 11
o'clock next Sunday.
Just received another car of
Alderson Fancy Lump coal bet-
ter have your coal houso filled.
70tf . Missouri lumber Co.
The 0. K. Barber Shop is tho
only Shop that sterolizos their
razors. No danger of diseaso at
their shop. 11310
Mr J. S. Davidson and wife
ono of our most prosperous farm-
ers and a largo property owner
in tho city is in town today on
business and paid for tho Dem-
ocrat for a year.
Board and Lodging by tho day
or weok. Good meals nico
rooms and clean beds S3. 50 per
woek. Shaws boarding houso
south of Dopot. 112-t30
Ualllngcr & Sturgls
Over National Hank
of Anadarko. Anadarko Okla.
O. H. Geagon & Co. Real Es-
tato. Relinquishments school
land city property rentals and
collections. 5th street between
Broadway and Main. 68tf
Soveral parties from Apacho
aro hero today as witnesses in
tho case of tho Territory vs. H.
L. Wilson in which Cora Kline
is tho prosecuting witness.
Tho Ladies Aid society of tho
Christain church will meet with
Mrs. McAninoh noxt Tuesday
at 2 p. m. All members are re-
quested to bo present.
Mrs. Liming Secretary.
Hoffman's Bizzy Beo Candy
Kitchen is moving into tho build-
ing just west of their old stand
whero thoy will have larger
Tho revival services at tho
Methodist church will continue
throughout this week. Tho houso
was crowded last evening and
soveral conversions reported. A
cottage prayer mooting prepara
tory to tho evenings service was
held this afternoon at tho resi-
dence of E. D. Williams.
Mr. C D. Carley of Stillwater
is in the city looking after prop-
erty interests and paying taxes
ho is pleased with tho progress
tho town has made and tho good
buildings that has been built.
He will build on his lot in block
48 in tho Spring.
Geo. S. Lewis of Chicago and
a party from Chiokasha passed
through tho city yesterday on
bycicles propelled by gasoline.
They are traveling over tho coun-
try on a pleasure trip and sight
seeing. It is tho first machino of
tho kind over soon in this part of
Every K. of P. in tho city is
urged to bo present at tho meet-
ing this evening. There will bo
an immense crowd horo Wednes-
day and wo want to take care of
them in good shape. Anadarko
wonts to advertise itself on that
Paw Paw Corner.
Thero was e an in our town
tho people called him dumb. Ho
owned a store a dry goods store
to which but fow would come
Ho had no faith in printer's ink
ho would'nt advertise and every
ono classed him with tho "slow
and sleepy guys." But once ho
thought ho'd change (his tack-
He .went and bought some spaoo
and started in to advertise tho
goods kept at his place. In just
n weok'all things had changed
the folks camo on the jump. For
lo thoy found he wasn't dumb.
Ho'd simply boon a ohump. JSx.
A Big Dinner.
Every day at tho Blue Front
A watch charm (statuto of a
dog) finder plonso loavo at this
offico and got roward. 117lf
Good cornor lot building and
saloon doing good business.
Call at Democrat offico. HOtG
A good street cab in running
order will bo sold at a great bar-
gain. Call at this offico for par-
ticulars. I. O. O. F. moots ovory Wed-
ovoning at Ogle Hall Central
B St. Ed M. Carpenter N. G.
L. J. Morrison V G.
Rosa. P. Faoits
IS THE ONLY PLACE TO GET
Long Horn Whiskey
If you think your taxes aro too
high tho County Commissioners
will liston at your grievances
January 14th. As tho board de-
cided on that date yestorday.
Thoy also decided to hoar Ro-
monBtrancos and Potilions on
Roads Highways and Bridges.
Wo wish to inform our friends
and customers thatwo aro moving
our largo hardwaro stock to tho
building 1st door west of Bill
Lindloys placo on tho south sido
of Main street where wo will bo
pleased to meet all of our old
customers. Thanking you for
past favors wo are yours for
O. B. Case & Co. 115-tf
Tho Ladies of tho Congrega-
tional church wero very pleas-
antly entertained by Mrs. W. .H
Campbell last Tuesday afternoon
from 3 till 5 o'clock. Tho Ladies
Aid Society was reorganized and
tho following officers elected:
Mrs. F. Gillott President; Mrs.
J. H. White' Vice President: Mrs.
M. M. Smith Treasurer; Mrs. W.
C. Pilcher. Secretary. Tho So-
ciety meets tomorrow (Tuesday)
afternoon with Mrs. Gillott. All
ladies cordially invited.
Hon. G.W.Bollanyof El Reno
is in tho city looking after busi-
ness intorests. Mr. Bollany is
quito a property owner in our
city and is thinking of investing
several thousand dollars moro in
tho near future. Our Commer-
cial olub should assist him in this
enterprise. Ho dontask any do-
nation but wo should encourage
everyone who is willing to in-
vest here and show that wo ap-
preciate it. ThoTopeka and El-
Rono Tolophono Co. has given
our city a splendid sorvico both
day and night a sorvico equal
to that of any city. It has beon
a loosing proposition and our
citizens should patronize the Co.
by putting in phones in their
residences and places of business.
Much discussion has been
aroused at different times among
scientific men thomodical faoul-
ty in particular as to whether
tho drugs supposscd to bo used
in tho story of Dr. Jokyll and Mr.
Hydo could have had an actual
existence. Stranger things have
happened in tho realms of science
and whilo tho talo is an improb-
ability yot tho medicino might bo
a possibility. Bo that as it may
tho delineation of tho dual role
by Mr. Hartigan is considered a
masterly interpretation. With
him it is not an imitation of some
ono olse it is his own creation.
His superiority in tho character
of Hydo is conceded by every-
body. His roalistio and fearful
intensity his artistic work and
dramatic power have full scopo
in'tho strange role. Ho holds his
audience sooms to sway them at
his will in fact it is claimed that
liko tho great French actor Tal-
ma ho hypnotizes the people who
K. OF P.
Special Meeting at McAnlncli Hall
A special meeting of tho K of
P.'s is called for 7:30 p.m. this
12th day of Jan. 1003.
Tho purpose of which is to
comploto arrangomonts for tho
Reception of Hon. W. J. Bryan
who speaks under tho auspioos of
tho K. of P. Lodgo on Jan. 14th
1003 at 1:30 p. m.
E. B. WlDAMAN C. C.
B. II. Randolph K. of R. & S.
New Feed Store
On north sido of Main St. just
west of American Hotel. Caffir
corn and wheat for chicken food.
Minesota Potatoes for seed or
eating. Flour and feed of all
kinds. Givomo a trial order.
W. A. Allen.
Mrs. Loo Hito who was taken lo
Toxas about two weeks ago for
treatment wo aro glad to state is
greatly improved; so much so that
sho is now ablo to sit up part of
tho time. Wo hopo with her ma-
ny friends it will not bo long bo-
foro sho will roturn home enjoying
tho best of hoalth. Fort Cobb
Miss BosDeChock tho efficient
Manager of tho Topoka and El
Reno Telephono Co. at this placo
tondored hor resignation to tho
Co. hist woek but On account of
her popularity with tho pcoplo
and hor business ability tho Co.
rofusod to accept hor resignation
and increased her salary in or-
der to keep her horo. Tho Demo-
crat extends thanks to tho Co.
and wishes her a pleasant stay.
Notes o! Two Territories.
Tho poet of tho Waukomis Hor-
net refuses to stay frozen.
.That smoko on tho South Ca-
nadian is Trudgeon's. Ho re-
fusos to bo lost.
Poor old Lono Wolf is unlucky.
Not only did ho lose his case but
lost it in tho dead of winter.
It is dangerous to imagine what
Mayor Tom Smith of Muskogee
would do if tho omnibus bill
Oklahoma City spurns the idea
that sho is a candidate for' tho
capital of tho stato but Guthrio
is slow in behoving it.
If Colonel Harry Furman's
speech at Oklahoma City fails to
got him a congressional nomi-
nation what's tho uso of trying
If Cash Cado has been talking
to Seymour Price about Cado's
fitness for a cortain federal job
ho should caution Price not to
talk about it.
Colonel Lon Cameron of Alva
onco register of tho Alva land
offico was at Oklahoma City
but there wero no traces of "ma-
chine" oil on his overalls.
If it is truo that wise mon diff-
er in opinions an Indian terri-
tory convention caucus is tho
wisest Organization on tho face
of tho earth. An Oklahoma cau-
ous might bo eligible however
to tho Bamo class.
A firo at Hobart exploded 22-
000 loaded cartridges followed
by four kegs of gun-powder and
and 125 pounds rff dynamite
causing a loss of 830000. Part
of tho town is still in tho air and
may como down some timo noxt
Judgo J. C. Strang reached
tho Oklahoma City convention by
wire. Judgo Strung is suspected
of "wiring" his political ambit-
ions for a general oloctrical dis-
play whon single statehood
comes. Ho is not in touch with
tho Republican "machine' and
doesn't care who knows it.
T. J. Leahy John Palmer and
Sylvester Soldani of tho Osage
nation have a knaok of getting
moro out of Oklahoma conven-
tions than almost any other threo
mon in tho territory. Tho Osago
delegates aro soatod by general
consent as tho reservation has
no county organization. Palmer
was temporary chairman of the
Oklahoma 'City convention and
madti a competent presiding
officer and a rousing speech.
I THE PIONEER DRUG STORE I I
Curries a Pull Stock of
f Fresh Drugs Paints Oils Toilet I
m Articles Perfumery Cigars Wall I
I Paper and Stationery. 'PhoilfiMQ
Flour and Feed
The largest flour and feed store in Coddo county
Wholesale or retail at lowest cash price
Bhe Pioiveer Abstract Co.
lias tho only comploto sot of Abstract books In Caddo county llandlt
Iveal Kstato wrlto Insurnnco and Loan Monoy on L'urmi nt lowost rate
office Rooms 6 and 7 Holler BIdg.
T. P. WOODARD Proshlont II. B. JOHNSON Vice-President
H. II. BULL Cashier M n. KLLTS Assistant Cashier.
UKRBERT D. CROSBY Attorney.
The First National Bank of Anadarko
Capital Paid in
'. l Woodard U. B.Johnson C. B. Campbell
T. P. Yarnall II. D. Crosbv Ed B. Johnson
P. S. Barbour Chas. L. Kills II. II. Bull.
Bhe Red Bam
First Cluss Rigs
Your Patronage Solicited
Charges Always Reasonable
Phone' 54 W. C. RISTINE Prop.
f V otina liilotniaa linn ilnnlitn.1
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completo I carry tho best brandH
.-.j -..w. Uua.uv .uo uuuuiuuiHuii in iuu just uv uuyg wnyr
Because my goods aro now thoy woro not movod from somo
other town to this country thoy aro now and justjfrom tho fac-
tory thoy glvo satisfaction they wear and that is what you want
...... ..v.u. uu uunvui mo uuiuiuuiu. j. ujbu curry a goou
stock of hats tho latest styles that can bo had. I pay special at-
tention to this department.
Lawton Anadarko. Hobart
J&.s. A. Craine Co.
Exclusive Architects and Superintendents.
T. M. CLAUDER
Dray Transfer and
J. T. Moore &
Wants Your Property For Sale.
to Over National Bank of Anadarko'. Phone No. 132 to
G. L. Wood.
Somo timo tho cold will como
Tho wlso man prepares for tho future.
Over on B street Kakl Prkqer has a store
Very soon it will bo full of stoves stoves stovo
Every kind for all kinds of prices
See him boforo buying. Ho will savo you Mokiy.
t.1f t . .1.. 1 . nn .1 .
Ill uuiur UUU3 U1JT BIUCK IS
of goods I can got. My shirts
D. G. GALLAWAY.
E. MONSELL Local Agent. Anadarko.
Will haul anything anywhere anytime
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