Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 214, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 6, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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LjFjnal proof blanks can bo had
EtL uns omce.
Androw Byors and wifo of
Harrison aro in tho city today.
Giah Brooko & Co. sell tomb-
atones and monuments. 175tf
Ask Dyko Ballinger if ho over
uys chewing gum at wholosalo.
If you want any job work
dono don't forcot tho Democrat.
1 B. Leibenheim mado a busi-
ness trip to Chickasha this week.
f Walter S. Robinson went to El
tRono on business yesterday ev-
E. Farrington & Co. buy
and make feed at tho ele
I Tho court house yard is being
sodded to Bermuda grass this
I Patronizo homo institutions.
Tho City Steam Laundry is reli-
Our citizens aro anxious to see
work bogih on tho now brick
Thoro is something now at
Russells Art Studio. Call and
sco. 100 13
Frank Bontly a merchant of
Ft.Cobb was in tho city on busi
lvAsk your grocor for Schmidt
.bread. Each loaf carrios a label Airs.
' i r l lOllf
goou ior prusuiua. xoiu
Halllngcr & Sturgls
Orcr National Dank
J. K. Farrington of Apacho
was a pleasant caller at tho Dem-
ocrat offico today.
Tho City Steam Laundry does
first class work at reasonable
Tho Arkansas annle crop is
said to havo been badly damaged
by tho recent cold spoil.
Remembor tho "Red Tag"
imllinory salo at Dillon ABrown-
j&back's tho next ten days. 200 tO
II Mr. R. D.Gunn loft this morn-
incr for Chickasha expecting to
' return in a few days.
I A lino now awning is uomg
I erected in front of Soibort & Kai-
tlsers saloon on tho corner.
Every ono is glad to soo tho
gonial faco of Nod Sisson clork
of tho district court onco more.
Mr. James B. Collins an d littlo
grandson Clydo Stansberry loft
yestorday ovenmg for El Reno.
Tho elevator is running. Bring
your corn oats and other grain
to the olevator and got tho mark
et price. 211tf
Tho town is full of strangers
this Avoek. It is reported that
tho hotols and rooming rooms aro
Tho Congregational Ladies
Aid Society will give a suppor
Fridav oveniner May 8th at 0
o'clook. Further notioo later.
Mrs. Dr. Mitcholl loft yesterday
for Scottsburg Ind. on a visit to
her parents. Tho Dr. accom-
panied her as far as Enid.
Bedsprings mattress and ono
pair of good pillows S5 at Tho
Anadarko Furniture and Hard-
waro Co. 132tf
Remember prayor meeting this
evening at tho Christian church.
Subject "Lovo." Every body
invited to attend and tako a part'
i Found Ladio's purso. Own-
er can havo same by describing
contents and paying for notice.
Call at Democrat offico.
By an oversight tho name of
Atty. II. B. Mitchell as attorney
for tho defense in tho O'Brien
caso was ommited yesterday.
The" City Steam Laundry re-
turns your clothes to you as
fresh and clean as soap and wa-
ter can make them. Try us.
Owing to sickness among th
membors tho Congregational
Ladios Society will postpone tho
supper announced for May 8th.
If you want to know what is
going on at tho court you want
to subscribo for tho Daily Dom-
ocrat and it will keop you posted.
Notico is hereby givon that
tho fast driving and riding on
tho streets must bo stopped.
This is tho last notico.
B. F. Hughes returned to his
homo at Stroud Okla. this
morning after a short visit with
his mother Mrs. A. J. Morris of
Go to the Metropolitan Barbor
Shop on 5th street for a smooth
clean shave or a stylish hair cut.
A popular place at a popular
price. A. Haborstroh Proprie-
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Samples
camo down from Hobart yestor-
day to spend a few days with
relatives and friends at this
Miss Jossio Piper ono of our
most popular teachers will leavo
tonight for Clinton Mo. whero
she will spend a f ow weeks visiting
her many friends and relatives.
Mrs. W. M. Hoagland will go
to Apacho this ovening on busi-
ness connected with her work as
Deputy Supremo Oraclo of tho
Royal Neighbor Lodge.
Dr. C. R. Hume reports tho
birth of twin girls to Mr. and
John Crows who livo ono
mile oast of tho city. Tho Demo
crat oxtonds congratulations to
tho happy paronts.
Mrs. L. R. Lowthor received
an invitation yesterday to givo
an address on Missions in Okla-
homa at tho Winfield Chau-
tauqua Assembly which will bo
held from Juno 10th to 20th.
U. C. V. Reunion.
Through cars from Anadarko
to Now Orleans via El Reno and
Memphis will bo run on tho 11:15
a. m. train Sunday May 17 th.
Faro for round trip sH. 10. Good
returning until May 21 th with
privilogo of extension until Juno
All parties knowing thomselvos
tho lato L.
call and pay up as tho estate is
boing settled and it is very
necessary that all over duo ac-
counts bo paid at onco.
Elva L. Blankonship Admx.
Stock to pasture. Inquire ab
Law offico of I. II. Kerr 1st door
oast of Windsor Hotol. 211 10
Good pasture for stock three
milos south. Running water. F.
Miss Ohio Barnes who lias
1'ist closed a very successful term
of school at this place will leavo
tonight for Edmond O. T.whero
sho will spend her vacation. Her
many friends in Anadarko look
forward to her return.
Negro Town Hstnbllslicd.
Wcleotka I. T.' April 30.
Lincoln tho nmo of a now town
to bo established on tho Fort
Smith and Western railroad bo-
tweon hero and Oklahoma on
May 1. It will bo a nogro town
exclusively. No whitos will bo
allowed to purchaso property or
locato in tho town. This is tho
second negro town to bo estab-
lished in this country tho other
boing Wild Cat in tho Creek na-
This is a sensiblo arrange-
ment. Tho negroos aro capable
of making a living and a great
many of them aro well educated
andcapabloof attending to tho
municipal business of a city.
But it is often demonstrated that
thoy cannot livo in tho samo
community as tho white pcoplo
and always havo comploto har-
mony. Thoro should bo moro
such towns in this country es
pecially in tho south tho home of
tho neero. Then if tho white
man doos not desire to bo brought
into contact with tho negro lot
him stay away from tho nogro
towns. Tho negro then has tho
samo privilege. If there aro no-
gro towns through tho country
tho negro can buy liis goods get
his mail attend school and
church and soil his produco
there and tho chances aro that
ho would have no desiro to min-
glo with tho whites.
lite UiirIIsIi Kitchen.
Good moals.woll served. Every-
thing noat and clean 5th street
oast of court house. Mrs.J. C.
Mastors Prop. 21210
Tho stook holders in the Ana-
darko Hotol Co. will hold a moot
ing at tho offico of Mayor W. 11.
Divors at 4:30 Tuesday af tor-
noon to dicusH business of importance.
Tho lending hardware house In tho
city. Wo carry a full lino of hnrdwaro
and Implements. Wo don't claim to
bo tho cheapest house In town for wo
buy tho best of everything so wo can
jilvo vou tho host aluo for tho prlco
asked. Wo havo had our pick and
havo solectcd tho following lines of
goods nntnoly: Great Western and
Garland Stoves and Knngos. Tho
worlds best John Dcoro Plows. Tho
Now Molina Wagon. .Tohn Deero
ilnggles. Ueerlug Harvesting Machin-
ery. J. I. Caso Threshing Machines.
Wo just mention a fow lines oh goods
wo namllo to glvo an luoa of their
Wo nlso car"- a full lino of
builders hnrdwaro and a nlno
of queenswarc etc.
It will pay you to get our
prices boforo you buy.
Yours for business
I Duncan & I
Golden Gate Coffee
Parties who aro intending to
build should investigate tho
Liobonhoim patent chemical brick
It will pay you. Offico with O.
H. Geagan on 5th stroet between
Main and Broadway. 200tf
In another column of tho Dom-
ocrat you will find tho names of
tho up to date business men of
tho city and ns they are inter-
ested in building this country
you ought to give tnom your
Prof. J. N. Clark of Apaoho
and Elder L. B. Grogan are in
town prospecting on tho plan of
locating a normal and business
college hero. Frol. (JlarK is a
graduato of tho celebrated Hol-
brook Normal at Lobonon O.
and Elder Grogan is a pionoor in
school work. Tho Telegram
hopes thoy will comploto their
plans. Chickasha Telegram.
Wo want to seo as many ladios in
attendance at our mooting next
Fridav oveuing as possible for
ho success of tho meoting depends
largly upon tho attendance of tho
women. We want tho men to
como and bring your wifo and
daughter if you havo any and
if not bring your sweetheart for
tho meoting must bo mado a suc-
cess for tho welfare of tho city
depends upon what wo do.
Brlckt Brick! Brickl
Liebenheim has commenced
the manufacture of patent chemi-
cal brick. Good for all building
purposes. Investigate and bo
convinced. Offico with O. H.
Geagan & Co. on 5th stroet be-
tweon Main and Broadway. 200tf
Red Tag" Millinery Sole.
Dillon- & Brownbaok will con-
duct a "Rod Tag" millinery salo
beginning tomorrow and con-
tinuing ten days. All trimmed
hats and street hats "to go at
cost. 200 tO
Tho Dutton base ball toam
played tho Cougar nine last Sun-
Corn that was up was badly
injured by tho frpst last woekal-
so gardens. Tho rain that pro-
ceded tho cool spell benofited
Jesso Hensloy will leavo in a
few days for Kansas whero ho
will help his brother Harvoy put
in his crop. Harvoy has spent
eight weeks horo assisting Jessie
with his farm work.
Charley Garland has moved his
rosidonco to higher ground and
otherwise improved his placo.
He says if any ono tninks ho will
always "bach" thoy may bo
Mr. Koeno of Texas camo out'
to Dutton last Wednesday for tho
purpose of organizing a W. O.W.
camp. Ho didn't perfect an or
ganization but will return in a
fow days. Quito a number will
S. D. Kirk recontly sold his
fino claim adjoining Dutton to a
Mr. Horschoimor of Kansas.
Mr. Kirk returned to Kansas City
whero ho has secured his old po-
sition with Emery Bird and
Mr. Ilryuu's Paper
Tho Commoner has attained within
six months from dato of tho first issuoa
circulation of 100000 coplos a record
probably never equaled In history of
American periodical litorature.Thoun-
paralleled growth of this paper demon-
strates that thoro is room in tho nows-
paper field for a national paper do voted
to tho discussion of political economic
and social problems. To tho columns
of Tho Commoner Mr. Bryan contrib-
utes his best efforts: and his rovlew of
political events as thoy arise from time
to tlmo can not fall to interest thoso
who study public questions
Tho Commoner's regular subscription
price Is 81.00 per year. Wo nave ar-
ranged with Mr. Bryan whereby we
can furnish his paper and tho weekly
Democrat togethor for ono year for
1.60. Tho regular subscription price of
tho two papers when subscribed for
separately Is 82.00.
Mr. R. M. Pell was a juryman
in Anadarko Monday.
Mr. John Cendgington visited
Mr. John Dillon Monday.
II. II. Johnson was tho guostof
Miss Maud Shcndan Sunday.
Mrs. S. J. Welch spent tho day
with Mrs. William Pharis Mon-
day. Mr. F. A. Ballow luid daugh-
ter Francos woro in Anadarko
Mrs. Fred Hall and Mrs. Robt.
Dutchor woro in Anadarko
Mr .Julian Imos was kicked by a
horso knocking sovoral of his
front tooth loose.
Mr. Chester Smith who had a
claim two miles south of horo
sold out this week.
Mr. Pearl Hirson and Dick
Phipps attended a danco in An
adarko Monday night.
Miss Graco Simlerand Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Cothlin attended a
picnic at Cement Friday.
Mr. Dutchor left Thursday
morning for Chicago whero ho
will bo detained in business for
a fow months.
Mr. R. Hester of Apacho also
Mr. and Mrs. Henonger who livo
three miles east of heroworo tho
guests of M. Hester Sunday.
Mr. Geo. Imos purchased load
of corn in Anadarko Monday and
on his way homo had quite an
accident his wagon broke and ho
was compelled to borrow a wag
on to haul his corn homo.
About 15 couples accepted tho
hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
Dutchor Wednesday night and
attended tho danco given at their
homo on tho farm joining Rand-
lott. Extensive preparations had
been mado for tho affair. In ono
corner of their cozy littlo p- lor
Miss Dolly Dutcher presided at
tho piano while Mr. Ilonaker
played a viol in and Mr. Shea a
guitar. Refreshments woro ser-
ved. Dancing was indulged in
until long after midnight. Sev-
eral guosts woro present from
Spices and Extracts-
Theso articles aro acknowledged to be tho
leaders for purity and flavor. A full lino of
choico Groceries Fruits and produco always
on hand. Tho reliablo pioneer grocers
SMITH & BEALL.
Caddo County Land Loan and Investment Company
Williams & Baldwin Managers.
Money on hand to promptly tako caro
of all dosirablo farm loans.
Offico 4 doors west 1st Nat'lBank.
WATKINS' SLAUGHTER SALE
Of Furniture and Carpets is now
on. New goods arriving every
day and we must have room.
ANADARKO FURNITURE CO.
Jsls. A. Craine H Co.
Exclusive Architects and Superintendents.
M. H. MONSELL Local Agent Anadarko.
: FARM tOANS
Wo aro now prepared to loan privato monoy on good
farms and will meet any rato mado by loan companies.
Principal and interest payablo at our olllco in Anadarko.
No red tape. Ono noto and ono mortgage. No dolay.
Seo us beforo you arrango for a loan.
Offico north sido Court Houso
Morris & Lange
1'lf.t Publication May. U
Notice Is hereby irlvcn to oil jcreoDS Inter-
ested In the t'Hinto of U V. Ulankensblp de-
ceased that on the tthduy of May A 1) 1003.
hlva L. Hhinaenshlpos the Adtnlni-tnurlx of
(.aid deceased tiled her petition In the Pro-
bate Court of the county of enrido iinrt Terri-
tory of Oklahhornu pray Inir for unorder of
sale of certain of the personal property of
said estate and that ufterwords to-wlt On
the 4tn day of May a U 1003 said court enter-
ed unorder Uxlnu Monday tho II thday of May a
D 1903 at the hour of tt o'clock a. in. of Huld
day. that belni? n day of tho retrular Mav term
A I) 19 3 of said court us tho time for horlnif
Bald upp Icullon. ut the 1'robate Cou t room
In Anadarko In suld county v. htiin-.d whero
all r-erxouH Interested In said estate will he
reaulrcd to appear and show cause why an
order of sale should not be made as prayed
forlnsaid : tvllcallou
Witness my hand and the seal of said court
afaxed thl- 4th day of May A U 1003
(seal.) M. N. lllsh. Probate Judirc.
Ornoo3doora woit of
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
Plans and specifications furnished on application.
Seo me for estimates.
Gish Brooke & Co.
First pub. May u
Department of the Interior
United States Laid Oftae.
i;i Iteno Oklahoma Terrlton May 3. 1903.
A Kiinielcnt content affidavit havlnif been
llled in this oaloe by Qeorirlo Hul-Iics. contest-
ant uirulnst homestead entrr No "0U. made
AutUHt 10th. 1001 for tho southwest H of
section 19. township 0 north.rnniro 13 by Ed-
wurd Ilyrd. eontestco. In which It i nlleir-d
that said Ityrd bus never made aetua settle-
ment on said tract for the purpose of muklnir
It his home but has toadc a few visits to slid
tract for the purpose of avoiding contest
that tho said Kdworrt Ilyrd has wholly nbau-
doued said tract for mo e than sli months
Immediately prior to tho mini: of said oontest
aflldatlt ano thai said abandonment still exist
nml that suld absence from said land was not
due to his employment In the army naty or
marine corps of the United States durlntf any
war In which the United States wuseiiiraifed.
Said parties are hereby noltled4o appear ros-
IKind and oner evidence touching suld allega-
tion at 10 o'clook a. m. on July. H th loin be-
fore the Ketilster and Kecelver ut the United
States Lund Oroco In Kl Iteno O. T
The said contestant havlnif In a propor affi-
davit. Hied May 2nd 1003. set form facts
which show that after due dllhiencc personal
senloe of this Dotlco can ot be made. It s
hereby t rder d and directed that such notice
be L'lten by due and proper pjbllcatlon.
Thomas it lteed. Itrce.ver
Last pub July SI
Vivdertakers and Embalmers
Wo havo tho only f unoral car in tho county and tho
largest stock of undertaking goods In southern Okla.
Wast of P.
:W. S. ELLISON Prop:
Livery Feed and Salo Stable. New and up-to-dato
rigs day or night.
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