Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 260, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 4, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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Wp have now settled the city building question and the paving of the streets will soon begin while wc have the promise of many new brick business buildings.
;iiubu uj. many new uncK uusiness ouiiaings.
Let's Get Busy
We've 'damned" the Washita so there is nothing more to ciam. 'men let's get logetner nnu uoost tnc new
railroad nronositions and everybody make a long pull and a strong pull for some good factories that will use the
damned" river can give them and that will make the goods for the railroads to haul.
A.NADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT
VOLUME VIII. NO. 260
ANADARKO OKLAHOMA SATURDAY DECEMBER 4 1909.
PRICE 2 Cents
Survey for El Reno &
WANT DEPOT SITE
Proposed Road Now Seeking
Entrance to Tpwn Sure to Be-
Built Says Engineer
li Dunn locating cnginier for U19
El Reno & Anadarko electric railroad
and his corps of surveyors arrived in
Anadarko Friday after having com-
pleted the survey of tho road from
El Reno to this city as far as the
Washita river. Reaching this point
tho engineers have been compelled to
suspond tholr work temporarily until
it can bo determined at what point
the road will enter the city and
through what part of tho city it can
pass to such point as may bo selected
for dopot and terminal facilities.
There has been considerable mys-
tery purrounding this proposed road
the first that was heard of it being
the announcement in tho EI Reno
Daily American of the incorporation
of the comuany. This announcement
Ptated that tho El Reno Industrial
club was promoting the enterprise
and sxid that the question as to tho
financing of tho project had been
settled so that there was no doubt
but that tho road would be con
structed at once.
Tho next heard of it was the an
nouncement made a few days ago
that the surveyors were at work
alone tho proposed line and that it
was tho intention of tho promoters to
begin tho actual work of construction
In talking of b work aftor reach-
ing this city l Dunn stated that
tboro was' nc question about the
rohfJ being bui and that under the
terms of tho d itract it was neces
Bary that tho I prk of construction bo
begun Jan. 1 and tho road completed
and in operation within the year. He
m also stated that it was the inte'ntion
to have the lino in operation by the
time tho electric lino now building
between Oklahoma City and El Reno
was completed which would bo dur-
ing the coming summer. Just what
syndicate ia back of this company is
not known although it is suppoed
that it is a part of tho proposed net
work of electric lines which it is said
will soon cover tho Btato radiating
out of Oklahoma City.
Nothing definato has yet been done
toward securing a right of woy
trough this city or the location of
1 jnilnal grounds.
Bootlegger Claimed to Have Made
his Own Booze
A Greseck who lives nfar Hydro
and who was convicted in the County
Court Saturday of selling intoxicat-
ing liquor caused considerable amuse-
ment when ho testified that bo made
his drinks from cooked apples syrup
and alcohol. He said the first that ho
made was too strong and that it mado
a man crazy drunk so he made it
weaker. Tho officers found him with
'drinks and mado the arrest He kept
tils Bupply in a pllo of hay. Greseck
has a wife and four children and ho
is a cripple. He was sentenced to 30
lays in jail and $50 fine. Tho jury
withheld the sentence during hit) good
The Big Fight
No fistic battl - over waged in this
country attracted more attpntion in
the public prints than tho recent Tight
between Stanley Ketchol "The Mich-
igan AssaBslii " and Jack JohnBon
tbo champion of the world at CrolT-
oth'B Arouu California. No contest
over received moro spaco in tho daily
press and certainly nono overrecoived
moro brliliont word-paintings than
wcro lavished on this struggle Rut
ll tho word-paintings ovor drawn all
the fascinating description flowing
from tho pencils of the ablest scribes
fall short of the real thing tho gcru-
ine article as shown in the moving
pictures of tho fight which will b
seen at the Dreamland Theatro Sat.
Tho reporters wrote thoir best.
Thoy saw tho contest and they trans
ferred their impressions to paper.
But words nro not actualities. Tho
moving pictures are. Tho pictures
show the fight as it was fought and
all thn printed columns over written
cannot bring tho scene before the eyo
as these films do. There is tho bout
itself in actual vivid realnoss wiih
tho figures moving striking seeming
to veritably live and stand forth in
fighting llfi upon the white canvas
screon The sight is wonderful. It
is something not to bo missed and
once seen never to be gorgotten.
Many actors havo beeomo well
known and gome famous through
"Monto Cristo." Chas Fechtor aad
James O'Noil being the most noted
but in timo thoy have and must ro-
tire and give younger blood a chance.
Among tho young actors who havo as-
sayed tho part none havo been moro
successful than Mr W H Lcmlt who
is now being featured in Fred G Con-
rad's production of Eugeno Moore's
version of Dumas' novel Mr Lemle
brings youth and looks two great
essentials to an artistic impersona
tion of Edmund Dantes. This classic
romantic character requires nil the
skill of a tried artist and that Mr
Lomle is equal to the task is borne
out by the fact that Mr Conrad for
tho third season presents him to tho
public Lemle and "Monto Cristo'
will soon become synonymous If the
tho verdict of all who havo spen this
production. "Monte Cristo" will be
at tho opera house Monday
B and G Bargains
Two loomed house two lots good
woll barn in College Highland's
for $750. Will tako soma stock as
7 room house close In. A bargain
at $1160. Act quick.
2 lots in Bath addition. 1 lot is
a corner lot. Woll located. Price
for short tlmo $375.
A business lot on C street for 10
days at $225 cash. A tnap
Only 5 lots left in Bath addition
at $125 on tho installment plan.
2 roomed house 2 lots well other
improvements in College addition.
House. 1 lot in colored settlement
to sell on tho installment plan.
Farms of every description on any
terms most to suit purchaser.
A fine lot in block G Highland
ddition at a bargain if taken soon
Brick business buildings for sale
If in need of farms school quar
ters city residence property or busi-
ness city property farms for rent or
farm loans call and seo us.
Baldwin & Gibhs Co.
The Best Hard Wheat Flour
GOLD DOLLAR FLOUR is for
sale at WHITLOCK & SONS
197 East Broadwav.
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John B McCarthy wbb born in
Georgetown Ohio June 27 1818 and
died in El Reno Okla. Nov. 21 1909.
The deceased left his native state
when but a young man and went to
the Texas frontier when in 1864 he
enlisted in the confederate army. He
came to Oklah oma in 1889 and wont
into the grocery business in Downs
and afterwards moved his stock of
goods to Cashen where he did a suc-
cessful business. In 1901 ho came
to Anadarko with the largest stock of
grocerio3 of that time. His success
increased from time to time until
two years ago he closed out his stock
at tho Whitlock Bros. stand and
went to cattle raising on his farm
near Ft Cobb and was taking two car
loads of fatted cattle to Kansas City
when tho wreck occurcd at El Reno
Nov. 21 1909 where he was killed.
The body was brought to Anadcrko
Nov. 22 where the funeral service;
were held at the home. Rev. F L
Farrington and Rev Chas A MuascI-
man officiated. The pall bearers
were D G Galloway Levi Ogle W
S Whitlock Thos Groudy M FoBter
and Sam Roberts The deceased was
a man whose namo will forever be
remembered ns a big hearted sympa-
tnetic and liberal giver. He was al-
ways ready to aid tho poor. He took
out a $5000 accident policy ir. the
Standard company the night of the
accident. He leaves two daughters
Ruth 15 years and Nora II years and
two aistera Mrs Lucy Lodges of
Posla Kan. and Miss Nollie Mc-
Carthy of Kansas C'ty to mourn their
loss. Tho remains wero buried in
On account of tho inclement weath-
er the ladiesof the Christian church
who had prepared to glvo a bazair
and cooked food sale In tho Driskell
building west of tho postoflico will
continue the sale over Monday whn
a choice selection of articles and good
things to eat will '" on sale.
Mrs Jas Bohart ' 'kpache visited
Mrs Wm McFu . 'itwoen trains
APPLES-A amount of Ap
pies 35 cents per peck at Whit-
lock & Sons 197 E. Broadway.
vd ; 1 ;' KtlllKR P M
Hlp the Tuberculosis Suffrra by Buying Rd Cron Stamps.
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Thb "Swtct Christmas Chimes" is
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The Kansas City Journal Kansas
City M". Premium Dept. 5.
Gillette Razor Silver and
Gold ?5. to $10. SUTTER.
J S Thomoson of Oklahoma City
was in Anadarko on business Friday.
3.-. j itU'Dlsh.
Cut on" half pound of cheese in
mall plecos. plnco In good sized pud-
ding dUh. turn over tho choose ono-
balf pound of upaghettl (that has been
broken in small pieces cooked soft
drained I turn ovor cheeso hot lot
stand ton minutes then add ono can
of tomatoes hot ono tablespoon sugar
stir set in oven until brown on top.
Eat cold with hot rolls. Good.
Put a scant half box of gelatlno to
soak for 20 minutes In a cup of cold
water. Tako a 60-cent box of pink
marshmallows break oach ono Into
four or five ploccs and then mix them
with ono pint of cream on tho stove
and when it has reached tho boiling
point pour tho gelatine Into It Add
tho yolks of four eggs whipped very
light also half a oup of sugar. Deat
until it thickens thon tako from tho
stove and whtlo hot add tho whipped
pint of cream containing the marsh-
mallows. Flavor with any desired
flavoring; mold and sot on tho ico un-
til ready for uso. Immediately boforo
serving whip tho third pint of cream
to a stiff froth swooton slightly flavor
delicately and placo a spoonful upon
each plate of tho dossert. This Is a
Round Steak with Dumplings.
Pound Bteak wcU pour boiling wa-
ter over and scald thoroughly. Drain
cut In pieces roll in flour season
with salt and popper fry In butter un-
til brown then cover with hot water
and cook slowly until tender. Keep
well covered and replenish water If
It bolls away. At meal tlmo tako cup
of flour heaping teaspoonful of bak-
ing powder teaspoonful of salt mix
add enough cold water to mako batter
that will Just drop from moistened
spoon. Uso teaspoon and put dump-
ling on each ploco of meat add water
If necessary cover closely seven min-
utes. Tako up with dumpling on
meat pour tho gravy ovor all and
servo at onco.
Let ono cupful of loganborry Juice
como to tho boiling point. Boat tho
yolks of two eggs add ono cupful su-
gar one tablespoonful flour and two
tablespoonfula water. Beat smooth and
add to tho boiling Jutco. stirring until
thick. Pour Into a rich crust which
has been baked. Cover with tho beat-
en whites of the eggs sweetenod and
brown In tho oven. Currant or othci
fruit Juice may bo used in the same
A much easier and very much bot
ter way than frying chlckon on top of
tho rango Is to put butter In a hot
pan lay in the well-seasoned and
floured chicken then placo in tho
oven. In SO minutes it can be turnod
If It Is a golden brown and returned
to tho oven until done. This Is much
moro delicious than frying for an
hour ovor a hot stove.
Those Greasy Cooking Dishes.
All greasy cooking utensils can be
mado beautifully clean by filling with
water and n generous handful of
washing soda immediately after tho
food1 has been dished and put upon
tho stove to boll When dishwashing
tlmo comes an cnorgotio whisk or two
with a wire brush will dlslodgo all
Ralph Stratton will sing tho iilus.
Wtcd For-g at the Dreamland tonight
Commercial Club Pre-
paring for 1910
BIG AUTO FACTORY
Effort Will be Made to Secure
its Location in Anadarko
Early in the Year
Tho meeting of tho Comaiorcial
club Friday night was well nttendsd
it being the occasion for tho nomina-
tion of officers for tho ensuing yoar.
Tho earning year promises to bd a
most busy ono for tho Commercial
club and for tho city in general and
tho membors of the club aro taking
an activo intorost in the personcl of
tha official roster for 1910. The nomi
nations a made Friday night are as
For I'rosident-G D Driskell M
For Vico President-H M Tilton J
C Stolzner W F McCracken H C
For Socretary L M Uplvoy.
For Assistant Secretary II M Til-
ton A S Roborts.
For Directors (oight to elect) W
F McCrackon Levi Ogle M Leon-
hard E II Lultwoller. M D Miller J
C Stolzner Wm Plum R Ben Popo-
joy II O Bradford M E Monsell
Boone D Hite B S Dixon Deano
Baird 0 H DeFord A Younghelm
Joe Smith A S Roberts.
Tho election will be held at the
noxt regular meoting the last of the
year and it i possiblo that othor
nominations may bo made at the meet-
ing. Tho communications from the auto-
mobilo company that is seeking a lo-
cation in Anadarko wero read and
considered. This company has a good
proposition and tbo club is anxious to
locate this concern here. Tho matter
was referred to tho manufacturing
committco to investigate and endeavor
to close a deal which will land this
company in Anadarko.
A snecial committee of threo was
appointed to confer with Postmaster
Campboll to sec if aomo arrangement
can not be made whereby tho present
condition of affairs at the post office
may not be changed so that the pa-
trons will not have to depend solely
on tho general delivery window for
tho purchase of stamps and supplies.
Soveral othor minor matters wero
takon up and considered and at the
next meeting it is expected that
some importtint developments in the
railroad situation will bo presented.
A choico 50 foot lot on West
tral Boulevard. A bargain at
takon at once.
A new 4 room plastered houso
foot lot and good well for $950.
A 4 room house barn good woll
50 foot kt and cement walks for $700
will take good team on deal.
A now 7 room plastered house 50
foot lot good woll and cement walks
50 foot lots for $100 to $250. $5.00
down and $5.00 per month.
Somo fine tracts closo in 4 acres to
11 ucres on easy terms
A few good farms at sacrifica
Farms to trado for city property.
A choico 50 foot lot small house
fino fruit good woll and cement
walks for $550 on easy terms.
240 4t EC Schlitt.
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