Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 155, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 24, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT
L. D. BLANKENSIIIP Editor qid Prop.
SUIISCIUPTION HATES DAILY.
Ono year In advanco M.00
Six months In ndvanco 12.00
Thrno months In advanco - $1.00
WKEKLY rOIltilHHED EVEIIY THUIU
Six Months GO
Thrco Months 25
Advortlninfr rates tnado known on
Entered at tho postonlco at Ana-
darko Oklahoma as sccond-dnss mall
ANXnAituo. Okla. Fr.ii. 34 190!).
Adopted By tho City Central Com-
mlttco to aovcrn Primary
Tho democratic primary to ho
hold in tho City of Anndarko on
Fob. 20 1003 from 11 a. m. un-
til 7 p. m. sliall bo conducted by
tho judges and dorks of tho diff-
erent wards according to follow-
1. Each person prosonting
himBolf to voto at said primary
shall givo his namo to tho clerk
togother with tho lot and blook
whoro ho lives boforo ho shall
bo permitted to voto. Tho clork
shall regislor oaoh voter by name
designating tho lot and block
whoro ho lives. Each porson
must voto in tho ward whoro ho
lives and not in any other.
2. A booth shall bo in placo
in oaoh ward for voting purposes.
Each voter shall rotiro to tho
booth and proparo his ballot
thoroin. Ho shall roturn tho
samo folded to ono of tho judgos
who shall placo tho sano in tho
ballot box in tho prosenco of tho
3. Tho ballots will bo printed
with tho namo ofoach oandidato
undor tho propor head of respec-
tive offies. A squaro will bo placed
in front of each candidate's namo
Tho voter shall stamp with ston-
cil in squaro in front of each
namo for whom ho doairoa to voto.
No ballots will bo given out. A
bullot will bo givon oaoh voter
when ho prosonts himsolf to voto.
In othor respects tho primary
shall bo conducted as noaras
possible in accordanco with tho
regular election laws of Oklaho-
ma. Dono by order of Commilteo
this 20 day of February 10013.
W. II. Divers Chairman.
Frank Ward Secretary.
Wo tho Domoorats of tho city
of Anadarko ro-affirm our ad-
horonco to tho prinoiplosof Democracy.
1. Wo favor an honest govern-
ment judiciously ndniinislorod
and pledge our candidates if ol-ci-tod
to an impartial vigorous
execution of the law.
2. Wo regard a publio offico as a
public (rust and tho holdor there-
of a publio sorvant bound by tho
law and his oath to the faithful
perfoi'jmthce of hia duties undor
3. Wo pledgo ourselves not to
grant any franchise unloss tho
namo be ratified by a majority of
tho votors. of tho aity.
4. We favor giving prefer-
ence qualifications and experi
ence being considered to rosidont
leachors in our publio schools
5 Wo hoartily commond tho acts
and conduct of Tho Volunteer
Firo Department of Anadarko in
tho promptness and dispatch with
which thoy respond to firo alarms
and the oxtinguishmont of firo
and pledgo our nomineoss if oloo-
ted to do all that tho oily rev-
inues will permit to mako needed
improvement in tho Firo Depart-
ment in order to increase tho ef-
(. Wo sincorlv commend tho
working of tho Commercial Club
in its f'lideavors to promote tho
material prosperity of tho oity
7 We denounco tho following acts
of tho present oity administration :
First It has uttorly failed in tho
onforcomont of law thoroby re-
tarding tho progress of our city
to a point borderinc criminal
8. Tho city council has
omploycd membors of its own
body on tho street work of tho
oity which is not only an unjust
discrimination against tho many
good workmon of tho oity who de-
siro employment and are anxious
to work for wages but wo con-
domn such acts further as boing
striotly illegal and contrary to
law as provided in Art. 2 Chap.
26 S-Law 1001.
0. For not passing tho sal-
ary roduotion ordinanco so as to
commonco at tho boginning of
their term of offico.
10. Wo ask all porsons rogard-
loss of political afflialions who
havo tho wolfaro of tho city at
heart to assist us in electing
good men who aro froo from
factional struo that wo may
socuro these muoh needed pub
Ho improvements that our la
boring mon may bo givon em
ploymont and tho thousands of
dollars lying in tho sub-treasury
at St. Louis may bo judiciously
spent among our people.
Democratic City Cent'l Com.
Guthrie O. T. Feb. 21. Bird
S. MoGuire who signs delegato-
oloct to Congress after his namo
showod up in groat shapo tho oth-
er day when tho quarantine bill
was up for consideration. Ho
also showed on what sido of tho
fenco ho was whon tho cattle-
men's and farmors'intorests woro
at stako. For noarly a week
Bird attonded tho logislaturo ev-
ery day and mado no bones in
saying that tho bill should bo de-
feated. Ho ovon wont so far as to
buttonhole tho mombora of tho
lower houso and tried to have
thorn volo against tho bill. Whon
tho bill passed in tho lower
houso ho proceeded to do work
in the Council; it remains to bo
soon how well ho did his work.
Tho farmers of Oklahoma will
surely roinombor Bird if ho over
attempts to run for Congress a-
gain. A numbor of his republican
friends camo out openly with tho
assortion that ho used mighty
poor political judgment when ho
lobbied against tho quarantine
You had bettor buy your coal
whoro you can got tho best at tho
lowest prico. Anadarko Gin Co.
Phono 148. 147t0
First pub. Feb. 0
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice U hereby Kircn that I P. O. Hum-
side. hro thin dov filed my petition ami np-
PUcbiIod with the oounttr clerk of Caddo
county Oklahoma territory. nsklnit thnt I -tie
grunted n llcenio to sell at retail malt
uplrltoui nnd vlnom llquorx upon lot 11. block
3 In tho village of Cement Cadducountr
for a period of one year. Unless proteat or
rcmonstranoo bo tiled nirnlnu the Issuance of
sun-eonor before Feb. 37tb. 1WXI sold llccnte
will be irritated as prayed for.
Wltncsi my band the 3th day of Feb. 1003.
F. a. llunulde.
First Publication Feb. 11
Bids on School Houses-
N'otlco U hereby irlvcn that sealed bids will
be received nt the county clerks oflloo of
raddo county. Oklahoma Territory la tho
court houso in tho city of Anadarko up to 0
o'clock p. in . on tho 37th day of Feb. A. D.
1003. for the construction of separate school
bulldlwm (for colored sobools) In caddo coun-
ty Oklahoma Territory. Plans and spccltloa-
tlons now on file In county olerks oflloc.
That all bids will be kItco a number nt tlmo
of ullntr and opened In their order of flllDtr
by the board of county commissioners on
Feb. Sfltfa. 1903 at S o'clock n. m. and said
contractu awarded to the lowest responsible
The board reserves the right to reject
noy and all bid.
In wltnevs whereof I have hereunto set my
hand nnd official seal nt Anadarko. this I lib
day of Feb. A. D. 10U3.
Fhiiiokt HOT 1.8.
County clerk caddo county.
First Publication Fob IB. 1P01
Department of tho Interior.
United States Lnud Office.
VA Ilcno. Oklahoma Territory Jnn 30 1003.
A sufficient contest nmdatlt haInir been
fllcd In thlsomco by Wlllnrd W. Yoder. con-
tenant nicalnst homestead entry No. MIS.
made September 10. 1001 for tho northwest
quarter of Sections Township on HanitcD
w by Henry IlurkN of White Head Indian
Territory oontcstec. In which It Is alleged
that said Henry llurlc for mora than a period
of moro than six months lait past hai wholly
abandoned said land and has failed to estab-
lish his resldcnco thereon or mako any Im-
provements whatever nnd such abandonment
still oilsts. Said parties aro hereby notltled
to appear respond and after evidence touch-
luif snld allegation at 10 o.clock n. in. on April
1st 1003 before the Itcirlster and Receiver at
the United States Land Offico In Kl Iteno
'1 ho said contestant having. In a proper
affidavit Ulcd May II 1003 set forth tacts
which show that after duo diligence personal
scrvlaoof thlsnotlcoeannotbo made. It Is
hereby ordered and directed that such notice
be given by duo and proper publication.
Thomas It. Keiu ltccclvcr.
Mr. L. A. McFaggart of Iro-
quoisSD.who is stopping in Ana
darko for a f ow days is looking
out a location for farming and
slock raising. IIo is highly
pleased with our Country and
its advantages and shows his ap-
preciation in a substantial way
by purchasing a loaso on ono
hundred and sixty acres of terri
torial sohool land about eight
miles southwest of tho city. Mr.
McFaggart informs us that thero
are numbers of S. D. farmers
and stockmon who would readily
come to this country if they only
know our advantages.
First publication Feb. 0. 1003.
Territory of Oklahoma J
County of Caddo (
Id the Probate Court.
Nottco Is hereby given that on the 1th day
of Feb. A. D 1003 Cha. S. Paire brother of
John S. Page deceased tiled In the Probato
Court of the auunty of uaddo nnd Territory
of Oklahoma n petition praying for letters of
Administration to bo Issued lo S. 11. Sturgli
utHn the estate of said John S. Page deceas
ed rue ot tne county or unuuo ana Territory
And pursuant to nn order of said Probato
Court. Mondar the 23rd day of Feb. A D. 1003.
at tho hour ot 1 o'clock nf that day. that be
ing n day of tho regular January term. A I).
1003ot said Probato Court has been appointed
as the tlmo for hearing said application when
nnd whero any person Interested may contest
said petition uy tiling writtcnopposiuon mere-
toon the grouud of Incompetency of tho ap-
plicant or may assert his own lights to the
administration nud pray that letters be Issued
Wltncvs V. N.GMi Judge of the Probato
Court of the county of Caddo Territory of
Okla.. and the seal ot the court nffixed tho
7th day of Kcbruarj . 1003.
First Publication Feb. 21
Department of tho Interior
United States Land Office.
13 It mo. Oklahoma. February toth. 1003.
Asofflolent contest affidavit having -been
filed In this offico by Ilenjainln I. Lonmao
contestant against homestead entry No. 5221
maao September 30th 1001 for tho northeast
3 uaner section lo township v. range n. uy
nmcsll crooks contcstce. In which It Is
alleged that said James E crooks has never
made settlement on said traet of land and
that he has wholly abandoned the same for
moro than six months. Immediately tirlor to
the tiling of said contest affidavit and that
abandonment still exists and that bis absence
therefrom Is not duo to his employment In the
Navy or Military scrvlao of tho United States.
Said parties aro hereby notlllcd to armcar.
respond nnd offer cvldcneo touching said al-
legation at 10 o'clock a. m. on April 13th 1003.
before tholtcglstcrand itecelvcrnt the Unit-
ed States Land office In i:i Ilcno Oklahoma.
Tho said contestant having In n proper af-
fidavit tiled May 20th 100. set forth facts
which show that after due diligence persona
service of this notico can not be mado It Ik
hereby ordered and directed thnt such notice
be given by duo and proper publication.
PfS rt fe ft 1 1 ft 1AAltl.tHB
i uuuAn it itMii) nuuuiivii
r Leader Shoe Store!
leader in Styles. Leader in Prices.
A 86000.00 stock of Shoes to solect from. Bargainsl
Tho Famous Edwin Clapp Shoes for mon. Never Rip
shoes for boys and mon. All rips sowed froo of
chargo bring in all your repairing.
A Wise porson will buy Footwear of an exclusivo
Shoo Storo whero thoy know wholo stook from split
leather. Wo guarantoo our goods and stick to it.
First Publication Jan. 27.
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office.
El Iteno O. T Jan. 20. 1003
A sufflolcut contest affidavit having been
filed In this offico by David C. Itobcrts con-
testant against homestead entry numbor 1503
mado August. 17 1001 for the South West
quarter of Section H Township o N Hange
8 W. by Thomas J Lortng Contcstce In
whloh It Is alleged that Thomas J. Lorlng has
utterly failed to mnko settlement upon said
land and has wholly abandoned the snmo with
the Intention of never entering upon and
cultivating said land and excauted nnd de-
livered an agreement toono W. W. Winches-
ter to abandon snld land entirely aid surren-
dered to W. W. Winchester his duplicate re-
ceipt said parties are hereby notified to ap-
pear respond and otter evidence touching
said allegation at 10 o'clock a. to. on March.
SO. 1003 before the Kcgtstcrund Kecclvcr at
tho United States Laud Office In Kl Iteno
The said contestant having. In a proper affi-
davit tiled Juno 3rd. 1002 set forth facts
whloh show that after duo diligence personal
crvlae of this notice cannot bo made. It Is
hereby ordered and directed thnt such no
tice tic given uy uuo unu proper publication.
Thomas It. Itecd. Iteglstcr.
M. N QlHii Probato Judge.
Firkt Publication Feb. 18. 1003
Tivrlnv tt fMrlfttifimii )
county of caddo. ihs
Notico Is hereby irlvcn thnt I. D. A. Ilerry
who resides on the northwest quarter of co.
no. 32 township no. 7. north rango no. 10
west I 1.1. In Caddo county. O T. and whoso
postoffilu address Is Anadarko. O. T. did on
the L'lkt da) of January A. D. 100J toko up
tho following estray tow It. One red cow
with white face with u white spot on back
or ncclt and n notch Is out of right car She
Is about thrco years old. weight about seven
hundred pounds with four white feet That
said estray has been iiosted ns required by
law ami hH Id taker up has mado proper uf-
lldnvit nnd given bond as required by lnw.
Wltno-smv hnnd nnd official seal this the
lothdaj of Feb. D. 1003.
ISrall Fremont lloyle.
TUrmiTOIIY OF OKLAHOMA.
In tho Probuto Court of said rouuty
O. V. Llmlnix nnd Thc. Pructt P nlntlff I
John Schrock. Defendant. I
Sa'd defendant. John Schrock. will tako
notico that ho bus been sued In tho above-
named Court for uiMin u Commission duo of
tW.OO for iale of real property and mukt
nnsw er tho petition Hied therein by said plain-
tiff's on or before the 18th day of February
A. D. 1003. or said petition wiubctukcnastntc.
and a Judgement for said plaintiff In said
notion for Utfy dollars and In tho garnishment
therein urantcd will be rendered uccordlngly.
Attest: M. N. Olsh Propate Judge.
Morris & Lunge. Attorney for Plaintiff.
F.rst Publication Jan 10.
Department of tho Interior
United States Land Office.
El Ilcno. O. T Jnn. 8. 1003
A sufllcent contest nffidnvlt having been
filed In this office by A. K. Davidson contes-
tant against tho homestead entry No. BiST.
made Oat. 11001 for the w H of section 0
Township 0. Range 0. by Peter Fcagan con
tested in which It Is alleged that the snld
Peter Fcagan has not mantalncd h srcsldenca
ui on the said tract ot land as required uy
law but has abandoned the same for more
than six months nud that Miab dcfuult still
exist and Raid parties are hereby notlllcd to
inpcar. respond nnd otter evidenco touching
said allegation ut 10 o'clock a. m. April 22 1003
before tho ltccls.er and Receiver ut tho
U Itcd States Land Office In El Iteno O T.
Tho sntd contestant having. In a propor affi-
davit. Hied Jan 8 1003. set forth fads whloh
show that nf tor duo diligence pcrsonnlsurvlce
of this notice can not bo made. It Is hereby
ordered and directed that such notice bo
ghen by duo and proper publication.
Pkakk C bicki.ot Register
Hammer & Ilabcock.
Attys for contestant.
Vf1SNS.WfV- W -... M..d.i..Vl
We Carry the Most
j Complete Liive of
First Publication Jun. t 1303.
Territory of Oklahoma. I M
Caddo county. t
In Pi obato Court
Vill la linrotiv trlvmi thnL nn thn Qnil flm
Mr- nrwl ATrn. TTonrv Pnrtnr nf I of January. A. D. 1U03 Laura C Robinson 111-
J . . I cd In the Probato Court of the County of
lson woro in mooity touay.maK-
ing preparations to begin tho long
journoy to Koleo Washington.
Thoy proved up on thoir claim
noar lson and sold it for $3000
and aro now about to follow thoir
ohildron to tho coast. This elderly
couplo woro fortunate to draw a
claim at tho oponing and were
well pleased with Oklahoma but
could not bo content so far away
from the ohildron who have es-
tablished their homos in tho far
west. Tho best wishes of tho Dom-
oorat follow them to thoir now
Tho "Eight" St. Loon family
Australia's acknowledged acro-
bats in font of strongest strength
and gladiatorial pastimes aro
with tho "Two Jolly Rovers" at
the Opera IIouso Friday night
To the MarUI (Iras.
Como and trip it as you go
On tho. light fantastic too.
Tho Choctaw Oklahoma &
Gulf R. R. will soil excursion
tickets at ono furo plus two dol-
lurs for tho round trip February
17 18 and 10 limit for roturn
Fobruary 28 subject to oxton.-
sion. Ask .your. ticket agent
Caddo aud torrltory ot Oklahoma u petition
with a pretended will nnuexed praying tor
letters ot Administration to be Issued 10 her
upon tho e-tute of John M. Robinson do-
cousod. lato of the County 01 Caddo and tor-
rltory of Oklahoma and as Ing that Mild will
be adjudged to bo null and void nud hold for
nuughi. And pursuant to na order of said
Probato Court timed Ja ury full. 10u3. the
Uthday of Jnnuuiy. a. I) iotKt.nl thohourof
I o'clock p. in. of suld day. that being a day
of tho rnulirJanuttr Term. A D. 1003 of
said Pri'bnte Court has been nppolnted as
the tlmo tor bearing said application whon
aul whoto any ikjisou Interested tna con-
test said petition by tiling written opposlltoa
thejrotoon tho grouu i of Inoompeteuuy of
the ftppHoant. or ram astert his own rights
to tho administration aud pay that Letters
be Uauod to trims)'.
Wltnosh M. N. Ulan. Judge of tbo Probate
Court of fio County of Cxld.. .:nd tne mill
of tho Court affixed the Sib day ot Juuuury.
A. 1). 1P. M. N. Gtsti.
IS lull Probato Judge.
First Publication Jan. SO. 1003.
Notice to Creditors
Public notico Is hereby given that lettersof
admlnistialon on tbo estate of John M Robin-
son descased were granted to thcunderslgd-
cd by the Probate court ot the county ot Cad-
do ut Anadarko Oklahoma Territory on tbo
.".'nd day ot Janunry. 1003.
All persons having claims ugalnst said estate
sre rciurr' to exhibit the samo to the under-
signed at her home at Apache Territory of
Oklahoma of allowance within four months
from the dale of this publication with neccs-
fctry vouohers or thoy will bo forever pre-
cluded from any benefit of -uld estate; or said
claims may be tiled In tho wild Probate Court
Dated this SOth dny of January 1003.
Morris & Langc Attorneys.
Laura C. Robin-son.
First Publication. Jnn. S7. 1003
TwmrroiiY of Oklahoma. .
CADDO COtlKTY. t
W. T. Farrur. Plaintiff
W. Y. Wintou. Defendant
Territory of Oklahoma to W. Y. Wintou
You arc hereby notliled that you havo been
sued by W T. Farrur. In Justice Court before
Homer A Arouds. :i Justice ot tho Pouco In
nud for tho Cltv of Anadarko in Undrto Coun-
ty. Teirllon ofOklnboaia and Unit an order
of irarn.shmont for slxtv ronr und seven-one
hundredths dollars 101 07) Was on tho 21st dt
oi Janunrv I0O3. issued b the said Justice In
tbo obote action and Hint said action will be
heard bv said .iust.cn or Pence at his ottlco In
suld city on tho .'ml daj ut March. 1903. ut 0
o'clock a. ra
In wlttiehs hereof I hue her-unto set my
liandnt my ollloo Insula oln this 37th tln of
Junwur) 1003. llumer A A rendu. Justice uf
Randall Ll onj . Attorney for Plaintiff.
First Publication Fob. II
Notice U hero y givon that O llo i Green
ot ul. did on the 10th dav ot Jan. A. D. 1003
tile In tlio clerk's office of Caddocounty. Okla-
homa Territory aro id petition praying for
thevlewlng andsurve' Ing of tho following de-
scribed publio road to-wlt Unscctton line on
north side of section 1-. town 13. range 11
west running cast and wost. that the South
Canadian river hus washed out u portion of
said sctlon line und n good road could be
had along the river bank where the seatlon
line Is washed nwuj thtt enough laud bo
condemned nkingn. !d liver bank to open u
road on the uorth hide of said section that a
largo number or i eople tnivo no other road to
reach market other than tho ono proposed
and others havo no roud tn school house uu-
lew said roid be opened
That tho Hoard of Cou ty C'omml-kloners
did ou thoSOlhdayuf Jun 1003 (rinding that
said petition was u legal one and that a proper
bond had been tiled) approved said petition
and nppolnted A. W i-jmuntll. W K. Keith
nnd J. w Turner ns viewers iud dealjuattd
the 4th day of Murch. 1003. as tho time when
SJ'd vlowers should meet und lew s.ald road.
Notice Is therefore heroby given that said
vlowers toueluer with the county surveyor
ill pn the 4th day of March 10!J. nt 10 o'-
alook a. jn. on said dny. moot at tho place of
beginning of siidKjod und proceed to view
tho same and give nil icrons Interested a
In witness whereof I have hereto set my
hand nnd nfttxed my official seal this the 7th
day or Februury. 1003.
W. W Pkick. Deputy
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Farm Implements Wagons Bug-
gies Harness Wind Mills Pumps
Paints and Oils in tho city. Agents
for Advanco Threshing machines
and McCormack harvesters.
1 B Sireet JOHN PFAFF & SONS. 1
T. M. CL.ATJ33ER
Dray Transfer and
Will haul anything anywhorc anytime!
gSUt WHITLOCK & CLEVELAND S!s?H
Flour ondi Peed
The largest flour and feed store in Coddo county
Wholesale or retail at lowest cash price
A GOOD BAKERY.
This is the way This is the new way
This is the only way
To got good fresh Broad Pies and Cakes
Phono 127. I will not solicit trade over
uio city out will bo pleased to fill all orders.
C. F. UNDER Proprietor.
PAINT THE TOWN
ANY OLD COLOR
With paint bought of DIVERS &
SAYLOR. They carry a full line of
Paints Oils Brushes Wall Paper Etc.
Artistic painting a specialty.
Broadway 3rd door west of P. O.
:W. S. ELLISON Prop;
Livery Feed and Salo Stable. Now and up-to-dato
rigs day or night.
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