Anadarko Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 215, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 7, 1903 Page: 1 of 4
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Anadarko Daily Democrat.
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ANADARKO. CADDO CO. OKLA. MAY 7. 1003.
PAINT THE TOWN
ANY OLD COLOR
With paint bought of DIVERS &
TAYLOR. Thoy carry a full lino of
Paints Oils Brushes Wall Paper Etc.
Artistic painting a specialty.
Broadway 3rd door west of P. 0.
Denying Loan Investment Co
Wo aro loaning our own funds and doing a
homo business. Money will bo paid on day ap-
plication is made if titlo is perfect and security is
ample. Wo ask for no delays. Wo always have
ready money on hand to loan at lowest rates of
interest and will give equally good or better
terms than any other firm.
L. W. Myers Local Agent.
Office Citizens National Bank.
Aj-svi iMs wflwccyi
Hugh Graham groceries dry goods
and notions Main St. west of Bank.
Sotno may ofTor you a fow articles at reduced
prices but I will make low prices on every thing
F. E. Ponn.
G. L. Wood.
Bhe Pioneer Abstract Co.
Has tho only complcto set of Abstract books in Caddo county. Uundlo
Real Estate write Insurance and Loan Monoy on Farms at lowest rate
office Rooms 6 and 7 Holler Bldg
fi Mitchell m. H&jem&ji &
IMk Hardware Stoves and Tinwaro. Excluslvo Wind
M W Mill and Pump dealers. Wo handlo tbo best BIndor
I DEALERS on tho markot tho celebrated Milwaukee. It is tho
I IN lightest draft binder on tho market. It is known
B tho world ovor for its light draft and durabliity'and
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a fjHI kuuu nuiAt -mi uuu ovu ua uu muu oil uuu utu iv ill a
1 Mitchell L Heman. 1
Is now ready for tho recoption of patients. Being oqulp-
ped with most modern apparatus and appliances wo aro
specially prepared to treat sucessfully oil chronic diseases
which would not bo bonolltted by medicine alone. With
tho various forms of eletriolty together with Dry Hot Air
Baths at tcraporaturo ranging from 250 to 400 degress raroly
fails to euro any form of rheumatism skin or nervous
disoaso. Our Compressed Air nnd Ozono apparatus to-
gether with judicious modication. mako ahnostcertain tho
euro of Catarrh and Bronchial troubles. Wo mako a
specialty of Surgery Genlto-Urlnary and Rectal disoasos
treating tho latter by Electricity.
Rates $2.60 to SG.00 per day. Call or write.
Nos. 134 144 146 140 147101
100 170 171 and 172 wero also
dismissed tho snmo attorneys
being employed as in 161.
No. 107 W. H. Divers vs. W.
II. Ldwards was dismissed at
cost of plaintiff. E. E. Grinstead
appearing for plaintiff.
No. 208 tho caso of Mrs. Kato
Eggett vs. tho C. O. A Gulf R. R.
was dismissed at the cost of tho
defendant. J. P. Vaughn appear-
ing as counsel for defendant.
No. 138 tho caso of John Dod
vs. G. A. Holler was dismissed.
Robinson & Jackson annearinc
for plaintiff and I. H. Kerr for
defendant as was also case No.
No. 101 tho caso of J. H. Mills
vs. Caddo County Townsito Co.
Cause was referred to James F.
Steck special referee. G. W.
Baker appearing for plaintifi and
E. E. Grinstead for defendant.
No. 348 tho case of Allen Eck-
stino vs. L. C. Burt for tho can-
cellation of a deedwas dismissed
Grinstead & Boys appearing as
counsel for plaintiff James F.
Steck for defendant.
In tho case of the U. S. vs. J.
M. Crow charged with disspos-
of liquor to Indians a plea of not
guilty was entered and bond fix-
ed at S100.
Nos. 27-28 U. S. vs. Paul J.
Smith on the same charge plea
of not guilty entered and bond
fixed at S400.
No. 20 tho caso of tho U. S.
vs. Leonard West plea of not
b'ul.v uiuuruu uunu u.xeu at
No. 31 U. S. vs. Barnoy Mc-
Koy charged with selling liquor
to Grimo Aiken an Indian. Do-
fendunt who stated that his real
name was Bill Lewis plead guil-
ty to tho charge and was sen-
tenced to tho fedoral jail at Guth-
rie for 00 days.
Guthrie O. T. May 5. Lafo
C. Smith of Caddo county chair
man of tho board of county com-
missioners for that county was
in tho city today to confer with
Govornor Ferguson relative to
tho plans and specifications for a
$38000 court house and jail.
After the approval of tho plans
Mr. Smith will go to Washington
to place tho matter before in-
terior department officials with
tho idea of pushing matters along
as fast as possible.
"Caddo county is coming to
tho front rapidly" said Mr.
Smith "and when wo got our
now court house and jail wo will
bo in lino with any county in tho
territory. Tho people of tho
county aro prosperous and from
present indications tho crop
yield will establish a precedent
in tho new country." Wiohita
Judge Gillette's Remarks to the bar.
Judge Gillette in his remarks
to tho members of tho Caddo Co.
bar yesterday stated that thero
is ono and ono half million dol-
lars worth of taxable property in
Caddo Co. This at threo mills
on tho dollar aggrogatos SI. 500
in taxes. Ho stated that tho
court funds of Caddo Co. wore
well cared for and protected but
still they were inadequate to moot
the oxhorbitant demands. The
spring term of court in Kiowa Co.
has been abandoned by tho su-
premo court on account of laok
of funds. Secrotary of tho In-
terior Hitchcock will bo in Ana-
darko in a fow days and Judge
Gish will lay tho caso before him
and see if something cannot bo
done in regard to the matter.
Tho Judge was invited to meet
Secretary Hitchcock in Guthrie
but on account of his duties at
this place will not bo ablo to do
so. It is thought that the con-
ditions can bo changed by an act
of Congress noxt Docomber.
A Plcasanti meeting.
The Ladies Aid Society of tho
Christain church met yesterday
afternoon at tho homo of Mrs.
Walter Plum on East Oklahoma
avenue. Several now members
wero admitted and a very pleas
ant meeting is reported. Ar-
rangements wero mado for a
"Lovo Feast Social" to bo given
at tho home of Mrs. W. H. Smith
Thursday evening May 14. Re-
freshments will bo served and a
general good time is anticipated.
Mortgage blanks for salo at
R. Ladies of (. A. R. nnd
W. R.- a
"Tho thirteenth annual en-
campment of tho G. A. R. La-
dies of tho G. A. R. and W. R.
C will bo held at Normam
Okla. May 10th to 22d inclusive.
Arrangements aro being mado to
mako this tho most completo suc
cess of any ovont of tho kind ov-
er held in tho two Territories. It
is the desire of tho officials of tho
Department to have overy mem-
ber of tho several organizations
in tho territories to attend with
their families and friends. Ar-
rangements aro already mado to
accommodate all and a rato of
ono faro for tho round trip has
boon arranged from all railroad
points in tho Territories.
"Tho best speakers tho coun-
try affords have been secured
and good music and all kiuds of
entertainments will bo there and
a good time is guaranteed to all.
Everybody is invited. A special
invitation is extended to all Con-
J. J. Burke
Chairman G. A. R. Com.
Mrs. Jennie Miller
Pros. Ladies G. A R. Com
Mrs. Dr. Munger
Pros. W. R. C. Com.
John H. Mosier
Sec Citizens' Com.
Court room Notes.
Tho court room is kept ro-
markably clean and quiet. No
smoking is allowed during court.
Thero aro forty members of
tho Caddo Co. bar and sinco
H. D. Crosby dispensed with his
mustache it has been remarked
that twenty-eight of tho number
aro smooth shaven.
Judgo Gilletto haB no hesitan-
cy in expressing his disapproval
of a father who gave u saloon
man a general order to soil in-
toxicants to his minor son.
It is generally supposed that
Ned Sisson's favorito song is
Judge Gilletto has by his kind-
ly ways and ovident desiro to do
his duty won tho respect and ad-
miration of all with whom ho is
brought in contact.
Lot all Veteran Spanish-
American soldiers and sons of
veterans meet with tho Relief
Corps at Odd Follows Hall Thurs-
day afternoon at 2 p. m. for tho
purpose of arranging for tho
Grand Memorial celebration to
be hold in tho grovo on Saturday
tho 30th of May. Don't fail to
como. Lotus mako this celebra-
tion an event of importance.
Wo have plonty of monoy to take care of all desira-
bio farm loans. Will look after tho final proof and
luiuinu muiiiunoy lornnai certificate Long term
loans with partial navmont nrivnloinnfim.nnnn.i.
Annual intorestpayabloon tho first day of any month
in tho year you may select. Principal and interest
payable at your own bank.
PiLTJM A PLUM.
i uoors east ot i-ost umco Anadarko. Okla.
f DON'T FAIL 1
O GET OUR PRICES ON W G-
& ONS BUGGIES and FARM IM-
$ PLEMENTS. Wo carry tho largoal
j(g stocc in Caddo county and tho best
lino of goods that aro manufactured.
If you want a wagon wo have tho Bain Clinton and
Linstrotho. Wo handlo tho colobrated Bluo Ribbon
and Anchor Buggies. Thoy aro tho boston earth. Our
spring stock of plows cultivators etc. aro hero and wo
aro prepared to savo you monoy.
WEIMER & SON
Everything in Hardware Anadarko Okla.
Store 1st door west
of National Beuik
Pabst Beer is
Bhe Best Brewed.
BEWAR.E 9 IMITATIONS.
I We Carry the Most j
Complete Line of j
as Farm Implomonts Wagons Bug- Ejj
3 gios Harness Wind Mills Pumps
5 Paints and Oils in tho city. Agents '.
for Advance Threshing machines SiJ
e and McCormack harvesters. f
I B Street JOHN PFAFF SOS. I
H 'phone 3
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