Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 163, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 5, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT
L D. BLANKENSIIIP Editor and Prop.
SUIISCHIITION UATIVJ UAII.Y.
Ono your lnndvanco $1.00
Six months in ntlrnnco 42.00
Tlirco months in advance $1.00
WKi:iCIY PUI1MSIIK1) HVHItY TIIUU8-
UAY. OneYoar I-0"
Six Months 60
Tlirco Months '-
Ailvortlfitng rntos mado known on
Kntcrml fit tho pfwtollluo at Ana-
larko. Oklahoma iib sccond-olaiH wall
Anadaiiko. Oma1Uii. B 1003.
Wm. II. DIVERS
n U CITY TUflASttraittt
J. V. BROWN
Foil CITY ATTOIWtfY
RANDALL LIVES AY
' on CITY CMCRK
13. 13. BREBK
Hilt POLICE JODOB
C. V. LLMINO
I nit CITY MARSHAL
1 ok STREET COMMlSSIONKIt
EAIIL 15. CAMPBELL
It Ht TRKABURKK SCHOOL IIOAUl)
int'NClUCSX 1ST WARD
J. IB. WELLS
C. P. lundrgee::
DUNCILMKN 2KI) WARD
OEO. W. FORD
roUNCIUlBN 8ltD WARD
J. G. GALLAGHER
COUNCIUIRN lT!I WARD
MUMllliRB SCIIOOI. HOARD 1ST WARD
R. B. CAMPBELL
G. J. L1VESAY
MKMUKRS SCHOOMIOARD 2X1) WARD
MRMDKRS SCHOOL M)AKD 3lU WARD
MKMIIMIS SCHOOL HOARD 'lTH WARD
Wo the Domocrats of tho city
of Anadarko ro-affirm our ad-
horonco to tho principles of Dem-
ocracy. 1. Wo favor an honest govorn-
monl judiciously administered
and pledgo our candidates if ol-
octod to an impartial vigorous
execution of tho law.
2. Wo regard a public offico as a
public trust and tho holder thero-
of a public sorvnnt bound by tho
law and his oath to tho faithful
performance of his duties under
3. Wo pledgo oursolvos not to
grant any franohiso unload tho
same bo ratified by a majority of
tho voters of tho city.
1. Wo favor giving prefer-
ence qualifications and oxpori-
ewe being considered to roeidont
teachers in our public schools
fi We heni'lily commend the acts
and conduct of The Volunteer
Fire Department of Anadarko in
tho promptness and dispatch with
which thoy respond to fire alarms
and the extinguishment of firo
and pledgo our nominees if elec-
ted to do all Unit tho oity rov-
inuoH will ponnit to make noodod
improvement in the Fire Depart-
ment in order to increase tho ef
0. We sincerly commend tho
working of the. Commercial Club
in its endeavors to promoto tho
material prosperity of tho oity.
7 We denounce tho following aots
of tho present oity administration :
First It has utterly failed in tho
enforcement of law thoroby ro-
tarding tho progress of our city
to a point bordoring oriminal
8. Tho oity council has
employed mombors of its own
body on the street work of tho
city whiohis not only an unjust
discrimination against tho many
good workmon of tho city who do-
biro employment and are anxious
to work for wages but wo con-
demn such ncUi further as being
strictly illegal and contrary to
law as provided in Art. 2 Chap.
28 S-Luw 1001.
9. For not passing tho sal-
ary reduction ordinanco so as to
commence at tho beginning of
their torm of office.
10. Wo ask all parsons regard -loss
of political affliations who
have tho wolfaro of tho oity at
heart to assist us in electing
good mon who are froo from
factional strife that wo may
soouro thoso much noodod pub-
lic improvements that our la-
boring mon may bo given em-
ployment and tho thousands of
dollars lying in tho sub-treasury
at St. Ix)uis may bo judioiotisly
spoilt among our people
Democratic City Cknt'i Com.
The following are the republi-
can nominees for members of the
Cou noil: 1st. ward Dr. Oyler
niul Wesley Childs; 2nd. ward-
Tom Wntkins and E. J.Houston;
8rd. ward Lou Weimer and Ed
Carpenter; 1th. ward O. C.
Stephenson' and W. 8. Ellison.
What this oity is In dire need of
Is a oity administration that ap-
plies the law oquully to all citi-
zens. Mon who must abide by
the law do not like the idea of
seeing favorites made who areal-
lowod to violate it at their own
This Biuno sentiment is being
expressed in our own fair city
and from the' present outlook at
tho ooming city election a great
majority of the voters are going
to spoak in no uncertain terms
for "an honest government ju-
diciously adniiniatorod." Not
only tho Domocratio platform
but a vast majority of tho froo
ballots are going to ro-ocho tho
principal that "we regard a pub-
lic office as a public trust and
tho holder thoreof a public ser-
vant bound by tho law and his
oath to tho faithful porformaneo
of his duties undor tho law. "
S u cl ileu Collapse.
Yostorday about noon Junius
Oldham awoll known rosidentof
our city was taken suddenly
and violontly ill whilo on his way
homo from tho post offico. As-
sistance was summoned and ho
was taken to his homo on A
Stroot and Dr. Wood summoned
who pronounced his troublo a
very sovoro caso of lumbago.
Restoratives woro administered
and morphino injected into his
arm but tho intense pain could
not bo controlled. Ho was then
taken to tho Anadarko Sanitar-
ium whero ho was given threo
olectric shocks tho effect of which
was at onco appnront na ho im-
mediatly began to rally and was
soon pronounced out of dangor.
Our pooplo aro vory fortunate in
having at hand all such modorn
applianoos as thore is no doubt
that olootricity often saves a lifo
whore drugs aro of no avail. Mr
Oldham's many friends hope to
hoar soon that he has regained
his usual health and strength.
.1. C. Stockton ono of tho boat
friends tho democrat has was in
yesterday and brought us anoth-
er subscriber. Mr. Stockton has
probably done moro missionary
work for us than any other farm-
er in tho country. Ho always
makes it n point Nto bring in some
of his neighbors to have their
name placed on Uio subscription
list of a paper thnt publishes all
tho news all tho time for all tho
pooplo to road.
During tho primary election
at Lawton rooontly it was
nooossary to omploy special po-
licemen to koop ordor.
I havo a fino lot of fruit troes
and ornamontal stook on hand
at roasonablo prices. All grown
in Southorn Oklahoma. Sond
postal oard and I will anil. J.
A. Bookor corner 10th and North
Boundary Box m. IGOtf
Tho colored man is rapidly
coming to tho front in tho repub-
lican party. Wo congratulate
William II. Divers is not a
"crank" nor a "sissy" but a
plain sound business man who
will apply practical common-
Bonso ideas to tho management
of tho city's businoss.
Rev. Dob80n.(colorod)got 111
votos yostorday from a ward
which has a grand total of 70
votos. Talk about your fair
clootions and tho freedom of the
ballot I It is tho gonoral con-
conus of opinion this morning
that the colored brother was n
littlo bit too froe with his ballot
yesterday as 116 votos woro cast
In the second ward which has
never claimed but 70 fopublican
You had better buy your coal
where you can get the best at the
lowest price. Anadarko Gin Co.
Phone 148. 147t0
First published March. I ltOS.
Department of the Interior.
United State Itnd omen
Kl Kent). O. T.. Jan. 7. IMS
A sufficient uontest affidavit having been
Aled In lliis office by II.II. Andoraoncotitenant
against the homestead entry number nit.
made Sept Itli. 1901. at the 19 ltetio. Okla.
for s e t-l Seotton is. Township 0 n Itarge 13
k I M . b) Haro UOwenooateatee lu which
It Is alleged that Harry U Owen ha wholb
abandoned the land emnraoeu in his said en-
trv for more than six months and a dm Said
part) are hereby noltled to appear untl res-
p iid and offer evidence touching sulil allega-
tion ul 10 o'clock a ta on April. Ith. tons be-
fore the llegistcr and Hecelver at the United
States Uind Office In Kl Iteno. O. T
The said oontest ant hiving In a proper nm-
davit. filed March. :i mis. set forti facts
which show mat nrtcr i'.ue dlllgcnoe lwrmmal
servltie of hlt notice cuutot be mode. It h
hereby orderrd nnd directed that such uotl?e
be given by due and proper puullcnton.
Krank C. Sickles. Itogister
lint l'ubllcaMou March 2. KXKt
Notice Is liercl gi ten to all poron Inter-
osted In the estate of charlea N'nylor. dectian-
od that on the second duy of March 1U.
Henry Murmliull produced and illrd in the pro-
lwto court of the county of ouililo ami Ter-
ritory f Oklahoma an Instrument In writing
iiirxrtlngto be the Inst ill and tcstnmont of
antd cnurlos Nuylor. deccaeil und also tiled
id the said court n petition praying for tho
probate of said u ill. nnd that letters Toitu-
mentary Issue thereon to Hcury Marshall the
executor named In said w ill
l'ursuiint faianordertuIxiUl court mudeon
the 3ud day of March KM. ritlUoe Is hereby
Khcn that Monday tho loth duy of March I1XX1.
lit the hour of 3 o'clock p ra. of said dav. that
bslnir aday of the regular March term 1(03. of
Mild court tins been apxlntecl us tho time for
itearlug said petition nnd prolngxald will at
tho l'rolmto court loom lu Aiiiularko in said
county of catldo. hon and whero all persons
Interested may appear und contest the same.
In testimony whereof. 1 have hereunto sot
my hand nnd tho seal of said I'robute court
this lml day of March. llM
Soiill M. N. QlHil. l'rob.ite Judge
Mrst IMbllcation. Kcb. 57. 1W3
TIHlItlTOKY OPOKl.AUOMA. I
rAPDO COUNTV. I
Notlco to creditors to l'rcscnt claims.
N'oticQ is heroby given that letters of Ad-
ministration on the estate of Juo. S. l'age.
deceased woro granted to the undersigned bi-
lbo I'robute court of t adilo count) at Ann-
durko. Okluhoma Termor) . on the JJril day of
Allilcntous ba ing claims ngalnst said estate
aro request 1 to exhibit the same Id tho uu-
(lerslKneit at his onico in trie nattonui iiuiik oi
Anadarko bu ldli-g. Anudarko. Oklukotnu for
allowances within six months after the date
oft Is piiblentlon with necessary ouchurs
or the) will bo precluded from any benellt of
said estate or set i claim ma) be filed In said
IMtert this fflird day f P'bruarr. 1MB
b. 11. STDltuia. Ailmlnlstmtor.
Ilrst puhll utlon Feb. n W
Terrllor) of Oklahoma. '
County of Cailtlo. t w
Know all men my these present- That
Krank llroadwell ami K. II Wilcox are as-
sociated ns partners In the business of whole-
sale Ihiuor and malt deulers in the counties of
caddo and enmanohe Oklahoma Torritory.
under the Hi m mime of the Oklahoma Hroker-
ag? company and that the same Is a general
partnership dating from the st day of Janu-
ary 190. awl that the suld Prank llroadwell
resides la ljtwtoe O. T nud that K. It. Wilcox
resides In An-ularko. O T ind that there sre
no other i artnersbelongluu tosnUiiMirtnerslilp.
Dated this the Mtb da of February HtH.
Ptanktlroadwell K 11 Wlleox.
TBKItlTOItY OP OKLAHOMA i
UA1M CX1UNTV. I
Hefoiome. Ctrl UiltM-h Nolan lubllo in
and for aald oouuty und tcrritor on this 31th
da) or Kebruary. ltMl pcrsonullv uppeared B
ILWUeox to me known to Is the ssme K. II.
WUeox who executed the foregoing Instru-
ment ami acknowledged execution of same
Willi' as my hand nnd seu.-he day and year
last above mentioned
curl tilllseli Notary 1'ublio.
(Seal) sMy com i xp res Jul) 1IK.
Territory of Oklahoma.
countv of comanehc i
neforetne O I'M Duller a Notary lublle lu
and for satrt county and terrl or) . oo this S5th
day of Peb. 1S0J. lierso nil) aiijieared l-Yank
llroadwell. to me Viowu to be ihesanie FninU
llroadwell uhoexou' dthe foreiiolnsstutru-
sment and aoknon letlged . -iculloa of same. I
wi in iws my nana ana seal the ttisy au 1 year
last above written O l. M. llut'er.
(Seal) Notary l'awio.
My com expires Jau 3i. IPOB
lint I'ubUooUon Feb. 13
Bide ou School Houses-
Notleo Is bereh) given ilmi sealed I ids will
be leoeived at the couats clerks olllco of
CSiWo count). Oklahoma Territory in tho
eeartlKtUM m the clt of Anadarko. up to U
o'uluek p. to ou the arth du) of l'eb A I)
IMS. for the construction of separate school
buildings (for colored schools) In caddo coun-
ty. OWaboom Terrtlors 1'ians unil siieolfiaa-
Uoss now on hie in ount j clerks offlue.
Ttutt all bids will be givec a number nt Umo
of flWlW and oiei ed In their order of llllng
by Uio board or count) commissioners on
rsb. KtU. 1U03. .it o o clock a m. and wild
eoptKicU awarded lo the lower rebrJDfclblo
a noanl reset ves the rlubt to ruled
no.)- and till bids
lu wluie-s kIh icor 1 havo hereunto set my
lKinilaodom.iuiM.ii.it Anadurko this lltb
day of l-b. A. D mm
I'llltMONT Ik) VLB.
Count- clerk enddo count).
Kim Publication IYI) 31
Department of tlio Interior
United State Land Oflioe.
Kl It no. Oklahoma. Februar) loth. 1KB.
A sulUnlent oontom aOdavIt hiving been
Wed In thl ofnee by Iloajamln I lonmiin.
oontetnnt agalnu homectoad entry No 621
maile HrptomhorKth. 1001. for the northeast
iiuarteriectton 10 townshlf' 9. range II by
JnrneiK crooks contestoe In whl-'hit Ih
alleged tlinlMikl James K crooks linn w ct
roode settlement ou said tract of land and
that he ho wholly abandoned the wiine for
morn than nix month. Immediately prior to
thffllltiiS (if ftnbl ctntAut nUilntlt ntul thnt
abandonment nilll exist and thnt his otoneo
! therefrom l not due to hl employment In the
Nav) or Mllltnry scrvlco of the United .States.
Said purlieu are hereby notified to npponr
respond and offer evldonae touching said al-
legation at 10 o'clock a m. on April 13th IDU3
Imfora the Ilrglster and n. coivorat the Unit-
ed states Land olTlao In Kl Iteno Oklahomu
The Nnld contestant having. In n proper nf-
fldavlt filed May SHth. 1DUS. sot forth facts
whleh show that after due diligence noronnl
service of this notice can not lie made. It Is
hereby ordered nnd directed that such notice
lie given tiy duo nnd proper publication.
Thomas I(. Ilr.ii). Itcoelvcr.
First IMblleotlon Feb. I. 1900
Department of the Interior.
United states Land Offloo.
FA ltouo. Oklahoma Torrltori. Jan. . lfKO
A sufficient contest alfhlam having been
Hied In this oflloe by Wlllord W. Voder oon-
ipMont against homestead entry Mo Ulft
mad'- September 10. I KOI. for the northwest
quarter of Section U. Town-hip S n. Range
w. by Henry lturks of White Head Indian
Ti'irllory eontostee. in which It Is alleged
thin wild Henry Harks for more than a period
of more than six months last past has wholly
ubandoned said laud awl has failed to estab-
lish his residence thereon or make any Im-
provements whatever and such abandonment
Hill exists. Said parties are hereby notltlt-d
toappear respond and after c Idenoe toueh-
(Dtr id allegation at 10 o. clock a. m. on April
1st 1 11'. I before the Register and Keuelver at
the United States Land Ofllee In Kl Hi no.
I he said contestant having. In a proper
affidavit. Bled May 14. 1902. set forth fuctN
I which show that after due diligence personal
sen loe of this notice can not be made It Is
I herein ordered and dlreeted that such notice
lc k'lien b) due and proper publloatloo
THOMAS K. HMD HCCCHcr
First fuhlloution Jan t7.
Department of the Interior.
United States LstndOnioe
Kl Reno. O. T.. Jan 6. 1HKI
A sufOoleut contest affidavit hnvlnx been
fllcl In this office by David (J. Itolierts. con
testant against homestead eutrv number r'1
msde August IT. lmi for the South West
ounrter of Section H. Township. 0 N'. Itange
K. W.. by Thomas J Loring. Contestce in
which it is alleged that Thomas J. Lonng has
utterly failed to muke settlement tiimn sill
land and bus wholly abandoned tho same with
the Intention or never entering up in and
cultivating said land nnd executed and de-
livered an agreement to one W. W Winches-
ter to abandon said land entirely ami su ren
dered to W. W Winch s.er his duplicate re-
ceipt said parties are herein nolltlqd to u-
pear respond und offer evidence touching
said nliegatlon at l() o'clock u. in on March
28. IWM berorc the Keglsterand Receiver at
the Unl.eU States Land Office in IU Iteno
The said contestant Inning. In u proiier udl-
dait tiled June 3rd. 1902. set forth facts
which show that after due diligence personal
-ervlee of this notice cannot be mnile. it is
hereby ordered unit directed that suah no-
tice be given by due and proper publication
Thomas U. Heed. Iteg.stcr.
Ili-st Publication Feb. 18. 1003
Trtrrll dpi .if rilliihfiina I
county or caddo ("
Notice is hereby given that I D. A Henry
who resides ou the northwost iiuarter or ec
no 32. tounshlp no 7. north range no. 10
west I M. in Caddo county O. T. and whose
postofflcc address Is Anudarko. O T did on
tho 21st day or January A. D. lfKXJ. toko up
the following ostrny towlt One red cow
with white face with u white spot on buck
or nock and a notch is out of right car She
Is about throe yours old. weight ubout seven
hundred lHiumls. wltlt four white feet That
said cstrav has been posted as rcouired br
law nnd suld inker up bus made proper uf-
miu-it anu given nonii as rcnuircii uy law
Witnos my hand nnd oillclnl seal this the
lflthdnvof Feb. A. D. 1P03.
ISrnlJ Fremont Doyle.
F rst Publication Jnn. 10
Dfiwrltnent of tho I tcrlor.
United States T.and Offloo
VA Iteno. O. T Jan. 8. 1 003.
A suniocnt contest aRldmlt having boon
tiled lu this offico by A. IC. Davidson contes-
tant against tho homestead entry No. mtcv
tniido Oat 1. 1001 for tho s w H of section e.
Township 0 Itnngo9. by 1'eter Fengan con-
lesiee. inwiucnii is alleged that tne said
I'ctcr Fcagan has not mantalncil h srcsldcnce
uton tho said tract or land as required by
law but has abandoned the same for more
than six months and that such dcrault still
exist and said parties are hereby notlllcd to
nppoar respond and offer evidence touching
said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. April 23 1SW.1
before tho Heglsicr nnd Hecelver at tho
U Ited States Land OfHce In Kl Hcno. O. T.
The k.Ui contestant having. In a proper afll-
dnvlt tiled Jan H 100:1. set forth facts which
show that af tor due olllgcnoe personal service
of this notlco can not be made. It is hereby
ordered and directed that such notice be
gitcu by due und proper publication
FiiANK Chioki.us. Hegistcr
Attys for contestant.
First l'ublloatlon Fob. 11
Notice is here ) git en that O. Hob Ureen
otal. did on tho 10th dav or Jan. A. D. loot
tile lu tho clerk's ofllco or Caddo county Okla-
homa T rritory. nroid potttlon ira)lng for
tho view tug Hudsurvelngof tho folio wing de-
scribed public roaJ to-wlt. Ousectlon line ou
north side of se-tion U. town 12. range II
wrsi. r inning east ami west that tho South
Oanudlun ri er has w usheil out a tsirtiou ol
said ctlon line und u good roud could be
had along the river bank where tho suction
line is washed nwai thnt ouough laud bo
condemned ul mil s id iver bank to open a
road on the north side i f said section that a
large numb r of i.eople have no other road to
reach market other than the ono proposed
and others havu no road to school home uu-
lesMsnld ro d be opened.
Thai the ltourd of Cou ty Cumml-slonors
did on the Aituda) of Jnn lOUS. (flndlug that
said potltlon was a legal one and that unroiwr
botHl hail been Hied) approved said petition
uml appointed A. W. cimpbell W. It. Keith
ami .1 w Turner as viewers and designated
the Ith du) of March. 1003. as the Umo when
sakl viewers should meet and iew tuld road.
Notioo Is therofore. hereby given that sakl
viewers togelnor with the county hurveyor
will on tho thduyor March. 10-3. at 10 o.
clock a m on said day meet at the placo or
beg nulrg or sad sjud and proceed to view
the sam. sn i g vo all porsons tntrrostrd n
lu witness wher-'of I have hereto set mi
hand sml afllxed my omolu) seal this thu 7th
1 or Keuru-try. iiujb.
W. W l'lttcc. Deputy
First jHib F'b. 0
To Whom It May Concoru:
Notioe is hv rob) given that I F. O. lluru-
side have tills di'V Hied mi iwlliiun uud ui-
Wleu ion lln tho countv clerk f Caddo
count). Oklahoma lorrilor). Hiking thnt I bo
grunted u lleonse to sell at r.-tnll. malt
spirltous anil vinous lhiuors upun lot 11 block
X iu thu village ol Cement. Caddo county
ror a iioriod or ono car. Unless protest or
remonstrance bo tiled ng.ilnst the Is.uniice of
san.e onor bolore Fob "tli. If OR. said llaonso
will bo g anted as prayed lor.
Witness m) haud tho 8th day of Fob. 1003
F a. Uurnslde.
I. M. AOTON
W. U. ANUKKSON
Contractors and Builders.
C'ornor 6th and Broadway
Leader Shoe Slor
Leader in Styles. Leader in Prices.
A So.OOO.OO stock of Shoos to select from. Bargains I
Tho Famous Edwin Clapp Shoos for men. Novor Rip
shoos for boys nnd mon. All rips sowed free of
chargo bring in all your ropairing.
A Wiso porson will buy Footwear of an oxclusive
Shoo Sloro whero thoy know wholo stock from split
loalhor. We guarantee our goods and stick to it.
We Carry the Most
1 Complete Lise of 1
sa Farm Implements "Vagnnn Bug-
gics Harness Wind Mills Pump.-i i
Ss Paints and Oils in the city. Agents :
for Advance Threshing machines :
and McCormack harvesters. E
B Street JOHN PFAFF a SONS.
'phone 3 E
T. M. CLAUDER
Dray Transfer and
gt WHITLOCK & CLEVELAND nerou
Flouir and Feed
The lareest 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
ANY OLD COLOR
V)TV MIIUS IS-I 11IIM I IIIIBMIIIMIlMl
:W. S. ELLISON Prop:
Will huul anything unywliorc uuytime
but will bo pleased to fill all orders.
R UNDER Proprietor
With paint bought of UIVKRS dc
TAYLOR. Thoy carry a full line of
Paints Oils Brushes Wall Papor Etc.
Artistic painting a specialty.
Broadway 3rd door west of P. O.
OBtIIM I IIIIMIM IIIMIIM mmmUMMmmJ B9
Feod and Sale Stable. New and up!
lo-uaio rigs oay or niglit.
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