Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 263, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 8, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT
VOLUME VIII. NO. 263
ANADARKO OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8 1909.
PRICE 2 Cents
Plans of J. B. White
For City Building
Papers Between the City and Hill
Paving Company Signed up
The plana of J B White of Ard-
more for the new city building and
firo department hoadquartors to be
located at the corner of Sixth and
Mnln Btreots were accepted by tho
city council at the adjourned meeting
hold Tuesday night and tho city clerk
instructed to advertiso for bids for
tho construction of tho building.
Tho plans of Mr White wero se-
lected from tho oight other plans
submitted as being tho one best suit
ed to the needs of tho city. Tho plans
provide for a handsome structure ade-
quate to all of tho needs of tho city
for yoars to come and when "complet-
ed will bo an ornament to tho city.
The main entrance to the city otfices
will bo from Main street whllo the
ontranco to the police department and
city jml will be from Sixth street
thoso being located in tho basement
of tho building. The ontrnnco'to tho
fire department will also bo from
Sixth street tho fire department be-
ing located in tho north end of tho
building and occupying the first and
second floors. Tho building is ar-
ranged that tho fire boys can drivo
into tho firo station from the rear of
tho north end of tho building and
turning in tho room place tho wagon
in position without unhitching. Tho
lower floor will be fitted up with all
tho up-to-date conveniences of a mod-
ern firo department whilo the sleep
ing rooms and headquarters' of the
Bro boys with tho chief's private of-
fico will bo on the second floor. Thii
will be arranged for the assembly
room for tho boys with sleeping rooms
and toilets baths and lavatories.
In tho main part of the building
in addition to thu quarters for the
police department aro offices for all
of the city oflicers on tho first floor
with library and council chamber on
tho second floor.
Aa soon as the architect can pre-
pare plans and specifications bids will
bo advertised for and it iB hoped to
begin work on tho construction by
the middle of January. By that time
tho street paving will have been
started and things will have begun to
hum along Main street.
Iho old city hall lito on Sixth
ptreot was also sold at Tuesday night's
meeting tho bid of L W Myers for
fl.GOO for the entire lot being accent-
ed. The contract with the Hill hav-
ing company for tho paving of Main
street was also presented by the at
tornoys and accepted by tho council
and signed up by the paving company
and tho city. The company will now
prepare its bond of $10000 for tho
paying and $20000 for the mainten-
ance of tho street and then every-
thing will be ready for tho beginning
of tho work which tho company
promises to do as soon us its plant
can bo shipped here which will bo
within the next two weeks.
An ordinanco requiring all property
owners along the line of Ptreot pay
ing to mako their water taps immedi-
ately was patscd as was also the
skating rink ordinw.o prohibiting
the conducting of skating rinks with
in tho business district. The clerk
was instructed to adverse for bids
for tho storm and sanitary sewers in
the Highlands additions and a Btrcet
crossing asked for In the Bath ad-
dition was ordered in.
The council adjourned to moot
again thia afternoon at 4 o'clock to
tako up tho matter of the paving res-
olution for Broadway.
Lite's Gulden Dreams
Prof. Emery W Justice formerly
of Mai. gum Okln.. now of Lob
Angles Col. is tho author of a
beautiful gift volumo of verso
which will be of especial interest to
Anadarko as it contains ono poem
dedicated to this city. As aro nil
of his poema "Waneta Brown" is
Bmooth tin mater and choice in dic-
tion and especially pleasing.
"Down in Oklahoma
In Anadarko town
There Uvea a happy maiden
Named Waneta Brown.
She holpa her precious mother
In any way she can.
And thinks lots more of papa
Than any other man.
Thoroughout tho book contains many
gems of poetic fiction and the hand-
some volume will mako a most ap-
propriate Christmas gift. The book
is on sale at the City Drug Store.
MAKING A ROLL
Names of Caddo County Confed-
erate Veterans Wanted.
Col J J McAllister corporation
commissioner is making up a roll of
of all Confodorato veterans in tho
stato of Oklahoma and has requested
II C Bradford'to help get tho names
of all Coddo county veterans Mr.
Bradford requests that all Caddo
county veterans call on him at tho
First Stato Bank nnd giyo him their
names so h can forward them to
Dairy Herd tho Ingnlls Dairy at
South Boundary and 7th street Ana-
darko Okla. will soil at public auc-
tion on Saturday Dec. 11 1909 at 1
o'clock p. m. tho cntiro dairy herd
consisting of 23 milk cows nnd 1 2-
i'ear old Jersey bu eligible to reg-
istration. This herd is mndo up of
tho largest and best butter cews that
could bu purchased in Caddo county.
20 cows now milking uro producing
over CO gallons per day. Several nro
lately fresh and several to be fresh
very soon. Tho bull is ono of tho
finest animals to bo fcund anywhere
Terms of sale: Timo will be given
to November 1 1910 on approved se-
curity bearing 10 per cent interest
from data 5 per cent ofi" for cash.
All property must bo settled for be-
fore boing removed from the place.
C E Ingnlls
E F Herilf auct. Owner.
262 4t W M l'lum clerk
At the Chickasha
The Y M C A building is within a
half block of the Chickasha Business
College and the school boya may
tako advantago of tho many conven-
iences and benofits ta be had such as
the gymnasium baths reading room
and devotional oxorcises which are
hold weekly. 41 2t 261 It
Anadarko Pioperty For iSale
3 room residence 5 room lesidenc '
and 1 vacant lot in bu 1 1 j
i story brick bunnies iihuhj lot i4 '
blk 48 frame business homn tut la
Cull w or Jddre J M. Phillip
Vvrtfon QUo 4) It 262 tf
Everybody m kot Good Bread
with Hunter's iteyrn Flour It
Regulations Against Texas
Washington D. C Dec. 8. Tho
Department of Agriculture has IsBuad
tho following relating to a modifica-
tion of tho cattle quarantine:
"By an order issued by tho aecre-
tary of agriculture ofToctivu yestor-
day tho following aroas aro released
from tho federal quarantine for Tox-
as fever nr tick fever of cattle:
In Texas Scurry county.
In Oklahoma Hurmon county; that
portion of Green county west of tho
Kansas City Moxican & Orient rail-
way j that portion of Caddo county
north of tho Mangum branch of tho
Chicago. Kock Island & Pacific rail-
way and tho remainder of Canadian
"This action is taken as a result!
of tho progress mado in tho oxter-1
mination of tho ticks which spread
tho diseaao. Sinco tho beginning of
this work in 190G over 30000 squnro
miles of territory have been freed
from ticks nnd released from quaran-
tine." Tho foregoing order takea Scurry
county out of tho provisionary quar-
antined urea in Texas and will Do
followed by a new ordor denling on
tho general subject of cattlo move-
ments from tho quarantine
The Anadarko Daily
f One Year For Three Dollars
i- Tho Bargain days given by the Daily Democrat last year proved popular with the patrons
h"d ".' now ofrer three more similiar days on which cash in advance subscriptions will be
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The "Budget" Strikes a Snag.
Mrs W S Tucker went to Chicko-
shn WedncBdoy to visit friends 1 . .
O P Skaggs1 purchased the J 1
Stowo residence proporty on west
Central Boulevard remodeled it with
all modern improvements making a
neat and up to dato bungalow cottage
out of it and moved into it Tuesday.
Tho ladios of tho Catholic cbur ch
will hold a bazaar on Friday and Sat-
urday Dec. 17 and 18 ut Ecclcston &
Uoggins' furniture storo. CofTeo
The young ladios of tho Guild will
serve baked boans and brown broad
nil day at J C Stolzner'a Hnrdwaro
store Saturday. 263 3td
Lost Pair tan leather gauntlet
gloves. Finder return to First
LOST A brown fur collarette Mon-
day ovenlng between I. O. O. F.
Hall and Coombs Drug storo Find-
er loayo at Peoples Store. 263 It
A handsome cafendor sizo 14 x 23
will bo mailed to anyono sending us
the names of youns; peoplo who aro
thinking of attonding a Commercial
School soon Chickasha Business
Coiiego 41 2t 263 It
Wednesday - Thursday
R M .Poll of the Baldwin & GIbbs
Cotso(iio-XltbP Zumwalt lot. fJn
tho Suburban Hiehlandiaddltinn con
Calls aro promptly answored by
Dr Mock from tho Main St Drug
Tho teachers' training class of tho
Christian church will meet at Rev.
Musselman's homo Wednesday even-
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
Special attention given to canino
practice. Call Dr Mock 'phones 28
and 29. d-wky
Attorney and Mrs Wm McFadyen
have moved Into tho Anderson resi-
dence In the Highlands vacated by
Mr Skaggs where thoy will bo at
homo until thoy build on thoir lots in
Employ a qualified veterinarian
when in need of one. d-wky
Mrs E V Burton who makes her
homo with her father W F Mc-
Crackon went to Fredrick whera aho
will visit her farm near there.
Who Is your veterinarian? Dr.
Mock nt tho Main St. Drug Storo.
Rock Island Passen
ger Station Entire-
Women and Children Forced to
Suffer Much Annoyance and
The wotting room at tho d.nol Is
qulto small for tho numbor of pooplo
who gather thoro waiting from train
to train nnd Tuesday evening thero
wns n sceno thnt put many who wore
present to thinking. Tho jam nnd
crowd of mon womon and children
who wore waiting for thoir turn fov
n ticket wo3 disturbed when a largo
Indian foil to tho floor as If dead
and so ho was dead drunk. Ho wns
dragged from tho waiting room out
on tho platform whero ho was loft to
cool off. He was then dragged Into
tho colorod waiting room to wait for
an offlcor to take him to tho police
Wednesday morning was sharp and
cold women and children were soon
to go to tho depot to wait for thoir
train but many wore not pormittod
to renrh. th rovo owing to tho fact
that tho stovo was surrounded by
selfiBh men and bums who wore en-
joying their plpo and chowing to-
bacco nnd woro unablo to notlco the
shivering women who woro nt their
backs. Several gentlemen came in
but took their stand in tho rear of
tho room also dcclaiing it was more
than thoy could stand. Moro room
is needed nnd needed badlv at tho
Kock Island depot.
Notice to Purchasers
I will rocoivo sealed bids upon tho
following described property up to
9 o'clock December tho lGth 1909
nt my place of business In Anadarko
Okla. tho sarco being the property
belonging to tho estate of Karl
S E 1-4 28 8 10 containing 1C0
S E 1.4 20. C 10 containing ISO
E 1-2 S E 1.4 31 8 10 contain
ing 80 ncrcH.
S W 1-4 8 C 9 containing 1C0
Lot 3 Block 48 known as tho Ana
darko Bnkery first door west of
Lot 9 Block 48 Pregcr Hardwar
Lots 9 a-d 10 Block 40.
Lot 8 Block 1?.
103 sharos of stock in Anadarko
Hotel Co. known ns tho Bryan
Hotel par value $50 per share
capital slock $25000.
A certified check to tho amount of
ten per cent of your sonlod bid must
accompany ull bids.
I reservo tho light (o reject any
and all bids.
Max Goldman Solo Executor.
Canoy Connor Benloy Mrs Emma
Carson J A Calhoon Mrs Emma
Chapman W D Daniel Mrs Fannie
Darton Geo Daniel Mr Tomas
Exton Mr Jones Misa Oln
Emerson Geo Jones Mrs (Ur) LD
Ford Roni Stevens Mill
Henderson Lnola Todd Misa Rosi
Lith B It Walk or Mrs Idu
Sherman Texas Nury Co
W II Campbell I'wf .j.tr
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