Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 165, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 12, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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W7rT"FT7 & T1 f C W 7T"C99 If any stranger within our gates doubts that Anadarko is making rapid strides towards the
U H rc H IjL JITN ll O vJlVlti Greatei Anadarko" we have predicted let him "take a look" around. The rapid and substan-
T J v. -' ax v- s -v-r x t tu tjfll manner jn wnich the new additions are building up the business of the city as shown by its
magnificent stores its banks its public improvements all go to prove this Anadarko will IpHT lTTllX tfMTT 6RFSTP"
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RKO DAILY DEMOCRAT
VOLUME VIII. NO. 165
ANADARKO OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY AUGUST 12 1909
PRICE 2 Cents
t N ADA
TO SIT DOWN)
Jury In County Court
Gives Judge Holding
PRESENTED A CHAIR
After the Judge Had Entertained
Them and The Court House
Officials at Dinner
"Sit down Judge." It Is not of-
ten that u juror orders a judge of
(he court to take a eeat and when
Juror Holland of Boise ordered Judge
Holding of the county court to take a
sent Thursday afternoon at about 1
o'clock fio judge looked bowildered
nnd then seeing that the one Jumr
who evidently meant business was
a parently backed "p by all of tna
other jurors he sat dovCn.
The inildent however did not
happen in the court room but in the
lobby of the Robinson hotel'. Nor
was the order given in other than tho
most trlendly spirit. Tho Judgu was
not tired. In fact ho was feeling
fine and had not anticipated sitting
down urtil he had thoroughly satisfied
himself that all of his poms forty
guest? composed if tho jury which
has been faithfully serving during
tho present term uf court and all of
the court house ofli ials had bean
well and thoroughly fea and vro
not wanting for anything that mfht
make for their comfort. The present
term of court nas been an arduous
one not alone because of tho large
amount of work on the docket but also
becauso of the extreme heat and in
appreciation of their faithful services
Judce Holding planned to entertain
the jurors Thursday at dinner at the
Roinbson house inviting all tho
court hrusa official to enjoy tho
feast wllh them.
Ho accordingly had ordcrod that
tho "fatted lamb" bo slaughtered
and turned over to Charley Robinson
who in turn turned it over to his chef
with tho result that when tho forty
guests sat down to the tables Thurs.-
day noon there was spread before
them a most appotizing feast towhicn
each and every one did amolo justice.
Nothing went wrong to mar tho pleas-
ures of tho dinner except that Judge
iKerr made a motion that Deputy
Clork Oclko bo cit?d for contempt
becauso he insisted in monopolizing
tho attention of tho ladies at the
table to the exclusion of the Judge.
Tho motion was overruled but not
before Deputy Sheriffs Draoor and
Armstrong had threatened to get in
tho gamo and "confls:ato" tho mut-
ton. After all had left tho tablea Judge
' Holding was inticed into the office
whe o the jurors had assembled with
- the other guests and then it was that
he was ordered to nit down in an ele-
gant lounging chair which tho mem.
bern qf the jury had purchased and
which Juror Holland in bohalf of
the jury presented to him assuring
him that his consideration courtesy
and attention during tho term had
been fully appreciated by each and
every memter. The Judge was com-
' pletely surprised but ho proved him-
self equal to tho occasion as ho at-
' ways does and expressed his thanks
and appreciation in a few happy and
well chosen words. Tao occasion was
voted u doligUful one by all present.
Julim Stelzner left this morning
for Joplin Kansas City and Topcka
for a few weeks' visit with relatives.
OKLAHOMA CITY Okla Aug.
12 Generally fair tonight and Frl-
day. No chango In temperature. No
rains during th last twenty-four
OKLAHOMA PRESS SErtVICB.)
SHAWNEE Okla. Aug. 12-Dr.
B. F. Hamilton for a long timo pres-
ident of tho territorial board of hca'th
today accepted the appointment at
pyhsician at the Shawnee Indian mis
sjon. He hela the position ten years
HELD TO GRAND JURY
(OKLAHOMA PRESS SERVICE.)
SHAWNEE Okl-. Aug. 12-Er-nest
I'rothro the pressman who made
the attack upbn the lifo of Lou Allar
proprietor of the Dally News was to-
day held to tho grand jury which con-
venes next Monday under a bond of
(OKLAHOMA PRE3S SERVICE.)
SULPHUR Okla. Aug. 12-Rev.
Collins Denny of Nashville Tenn
delivered the annual aeimon to the
Btato Epworth League encampment
here today. The second day's ses
sion opnnvd with a sunrise prayer
meeting this morning led bv Rev.
Clurk of Purcell. A portion of to-
day will bo given to sightseeing by
WILL VOTE BONDS
(OKLAHOMA PRESS SERVICE.)
TULSA Okla. Aug.- 12-Tho
county commissioners this morning
called an election for Oct. 12 to vote
on hsuing $700000 in bonds for the
building of a new court house jail
soveral bridges and a system of good
(OKLAHOMA PRESS SERVICE.)
GUTHRIE. Okla. Aug. 12-Anent
tho report that B. J. Wough enforce-
ment orrtcer had been discharged
Governor Haskell this morning de-
clared that Waugh had not been dis-
charged but that the entire secrot
rervice force is being reorganized
that Waugh had been recalled from
the Oklahoma City district becauso
ho was not dcing any good there.
Now men will be put in the field and
Waugh Is to bo assigned to another
district in the near future.
New Grocery Store
Messrs John T Hoover und T. L.
Evans havo leased the Cleveland
building on Proadway and are install-
ing a first class grocery an1 meat
market business under the namo of
Hoover & Evans. They expect to
havo tho business ready to open next
Monday. Mr. Hoover is an old busi-
ness ma.i of this city and until re
cently had charge of tho meat depart
ment in tho Anadarko Grocery com-
pany. Mr. Evans is from Scrnnton
Kan. and is a good business man.
Frank Stevens 111
F.ank F. Stevens of Apache ac-
companied by his daughter Miss
Louise passed through the city
Wednesday night enrouto to Apache
from Chickosha whero ho has been
under tho doctor's caro. Mr Stev-
ens has been ill for tho past year
and since being under the doctor's
care at Chickasha has greatly im-
proved. Mr. Stevens was one of the
logislutors from this county during
tho first year of statehood and his
many frionds hope to seo him soon
regain his health.
I THE SAME OLD FIGHT
KVipynuhi. uo i
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Ex-President Roosevelt In His Contests
' SAYS SENATOR GORE
The Blind Oklahoma Senator Predicts a Fren-
zy of High Living Charges
Senator Thomas P. Gore tho
blind senator from Oklahoma. was nt
tho Union Depot in Kansas City the
other morning on his way from
Northweptern Kansas to Iowa tie
missed his train and spent the day
in Kansas City.
"It was Bolcbazzar's .feast" Sen-
ator Gto said referring In the recent
Washington dinner to commemorate
tho passing of tho Tariff BUI.
"The real guests cf honor were
absent. Tho handwriting of the peo-
ple was on tho wall if they only had
the prescience to to observe it.
"The passage of tho Tarilf Bill
going to bo followed by a perfect
frenzv of high prices. But 'he peo-
v. t ........ m. ... ..-. -"jjngtlui. Milb this morning
will come in its operation. If the . . .. .
Hurry Thaw to be still Insane
cost or living is reuueeu men i biiuii
be ready to confess cheerfully that
my vote against it wns a mistake
If the cost of living is not reduced i
then tho Republicans tthwuld nomi-
nate some nroererBlvo for President
some man iiko urisiow or Vjumminn
or LaFollato. 1 bolieve a Democrat
has sumo choice even among repuuli-
cans becauso if the candidate la elec-
ted he is my President und the coun-
"1 havo just returned from Kan
sas. Some of thojo congressmen
out there those standpatteis will
navo to put uown tne lourm iooi ii
thev aro reelected. You know a
jackrabbft runs on thruH leg until
ho is crowded then he puts down the
fourth foot in a final burst of speed.
"1 think the country vould bo
amazed if It. knoweomo of th montul
processes that contributed to the for
mation of this Tariff Bill mental
processes evolved in the cloak-owns
of the Senate but not for publication.
'Times ore good' was tho argument.
They are going to bo better Tho
people will not care It makes no
with the Jungle Monsters Is Perhaps Reminded of His Lato Official Experiences.
diirerence what wo do. ' Thosn were
the actual words of one of the Senato
leaders. Of course such an attitude
was certain to orodueo tho Tariff Bill
Murderer of White
1 To Asylum
inTft.Aimu a nntrsn HirnvinTiM
WHITE PLAINS. N. Y.. Aug. 12Jtatoes onions turnP8' beot9' cabbage
rnlsstd tho habeas corpus prnceedinra
rmilnH Tho . fh
. OKLAHOMA PRESS SERVICE.)
gw YORK. Aug. 12 Harry
Thaw 8 nrea!jy prooaring an appeul
from the decision declaring him still
' n8ant nnd wi nsk for a jury triu.
Thi ladies of the M E church and
. . . .
' their friends
were entertained last
i.i'i.nlnc nn the beautiful lawn at the
... . . n . ..
home uf Mr. and Mrs. (.. L. Kunkel
MuMiames Lombard and Ray nss.ht -
ing MrB. Kunkel in entertaining. The
evening was ppent with both instru-
mental Hnd vocal musi furnished by
Mr LawrnpcH. About seventy-flvo
gue' U 'vero present.
DecK Moore camu in lust evening
from Sulphur and went to Mountain
Vi"'w hi8 burning. '
Mi's Ruby James laaen tonight on
the G:4fi fruin for a wsek'b Visit with
friends in St. Jeo Tex.
Big Farm Product Fair to be Held
In Anadarko Next Month
Tiio committees from tho Caddo
County Farmers Institu.o and tho
Commercial Hub which wcro to have
in charge tho arrangements for tho
proposed stock find farm product ex-
hibit to bo given next month held a
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i.jcui.iit; iv t;u..ut uujr ui.u u.wi tu.
Mdering tho matter and going over
the situation dccidd that owing to
all of tho conditions it was not advis
able to attempt to carry out tho plans
on the extensive icale at first pro
posed but it was determined fo hold
a farm product exhibit in this city
from Sept. 20 to 25 tho livo slock
part of the exhibit boing eliminated.
Iho committeo will at onco prcparo
a premium list for the event em-
bracing corn cotton wheat and oats
together with other cereals such as
kuirir corn maiso. cane cow peas etc.
Premiums will also be offered on po-
I ' melons pumpkins lomaiocs
It ispioposed to make tho premium
list on attractive ono and cverytMng
will bo done to make tho event a
successful one in every way.
Tuesday being Mr. J. C.
look's thirty fourth birthday
Ashlock invited a number of
friends to spend the evonlng.
Ashlock was downtown and on his re-
turn was greatly surprised to find tho
company at his home. Refreshments
of sherbet nnd cako wore served and
a-most delightful ovening was spent
and a' n lato hour tho guests de
parted wishing Mr. Ashlock many
j moro happy birthdayB. Mr. Ashlock
1 was the recipient of soma beautiful
and useful presents.
Mrs. O. M. Collins of El Reno
who has boen in this city and sick
with heart trouble was taken to her
father's B. II. Sykcn south of this
city whero sho is slowly improving.
Vernon Plum loft yesterday evening
for Liinasey whero he bus accepted n
Anti-Horse Thief As-
sociation Gets Af-
ter Pardon Board
Made Against the Frequent Rec-
comendations for Pardons
(81'KCtAL TO DAILY DEMOCIUT.)
GUTHRIE Okla. Aug. 12-Tho
Oklahoma Stnto Board of i'nrrfons has
stirred members of tho uklnhomn
Anti-Horso thief association to tho
point of resisting tho frequency of
tho board's recommendations for
pardons and paroles. James Kirk-
wood former prosident of tho asso
ciation and now clork or tho Logan
County Suporior Court dcrvcs tho
county associations by representing.
them before tho pardon board. Late
ly ho denounced to Governor Ilaskoll
what Kirkwood called tho "star
chamber proceedings" of tho board.
J. P. Connors prcsldont of tho
board was present.
Tho caso before tho board was tho
application of Gcorgo Alderman of
Kay County about 37 years old now
serving a ponltentlary sentence of
four years for stealing hogs. Appli-
cation for his parolo was made bo-
foru ho had been in prison a week.
Tho Kay County Antl-Horso thief
Association hnd spent $700 in con;
victing Alderman declaring that ho
haJ been n member of a gang of
thiovos for tho last fifteen years.
Alderman's wife nrd soveral of his
friends appeared boforo tho governor
this week to insist upon tho patolc.
Nino members of tho Kay County
AntMlorso thief Association camo to
Guthrlo and with Kirkwood appeared
against Alderman. Mrs. Alderman
a young woman dropped on her knees
boforo Governor Haskell and weep-
ing bosccchcd him for tno release of
her husband to which tho members
of the Anti-Horeo thiof Association
offered vigorous protest. Governor
Ilaskoll referred tho caso to tho
board of pardons for further consid-
eration. It was then that Kirkwood
attacked tho board.
"The Antl-Hnrsethief Association
has been at wrk In Oklahoma since
tho first days of settlement" said
Kirkwood "and wo aro unwilling
thut lawless men shall escape just
punishment through strong influence
or even tears. In Oklahoma two
horses aro stolen annually to one in
any other state. Four horses aro
jBtolen for every ono thousand mem
bers of our organization which
amounts to four thousand horses a
year as tho association has forty
thousand members. Few horses nro
brought from Texas to Oklahoma as
tho Tcxans are hard on borsothiovcB
seldom lotting them escape tho peni-
tentiary whero thoy are kept from
five to ten years. ' '
In ono trip a few months ago
Kirkwood got cwidenco that caught
nine men and recovered eleven horses.
Seven of tho men are now in the pen-
itentiary. Tho stato pen'tcntiary at Mc
Alester is rapidly being filled with
prisoners. Four or five months ago
when tho convicts were brought from
Lansing Kan. thoir namber was be-
tween 500 and GOO. On August 1 tho
prison rocords showed that J 001 co.i.
vict8 wore behind tho walls.
Miss utuh McCarthy went to Fort
Cobb yesterday oveninor.
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