Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 290, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 11, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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Dkta Hiatorionl Society
U 1 Wc haVG now settled the city.building'question and the paving of the'strects'wiirsoon'begin while wo hnvoltbc promise of many now bricklbusinossl buildincrq
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Let's Get Busy
railroad propositions and everybody make a long pull and a strong pull for some good factories that will use the
power our "damned" river can give then and that will make the goods for the railroads to haul.
TUMEVIII. NO. 290
ANADARKO OKLAHOMA. TUESDAY JANUARY 11 1910.
A.N AD ARK 0
D A 1LY
:fW POWER PLAIT
nadarko's Municipal Enterprise
Given a Formal Start
Commercial Club's New
road Also Named and Started .
Tlfcity's now municipnl power
hnt and the magnificent roii.forccd
loel concrete dam in the Washita
verworo dedicated Mondav night at
mass meeting of citizens held In
10 opora house which as attonded
w a largo audience of those interest.
I in tho advancement of the city and
ao interested in knowing how the
onoy appropriated lor tho work had
Mayor Plum presided over the
.eotlng and presented a detailed
.atement of tho expenditures on the
ork connected with the extension of
10 sower trio electric ugii ana
ator systems tho building of tho
ater softening plant and the con-
.ruction of tho dam. This stato-
Icnt showod that now that tho work
practically complete that whilo
10 cost has lar exceeded tho esti-
ates the amount of bonds provided
i tho two issues will bo sufficient to
impleto tho work originally contem-
atcd. The cost of building tho re-
lining walls necessary to protect
lo dam and keep tho river from cut-
ng around the structure will cost in
e neighborhood of 3500 and the
ty will bo askod to authorize tho
uncil to do this work and iBsuo city
arrants in payment theso warrants
bo taken up out of tho proceeds
om tho plant.
In regard to tho plant as a busi-
ss proposition tho Mayor .showed
at if it is managed and conducted
a corporation would conduct such
business that instead of tho city
iing money at tho rate of from
00 Id $700 n month ns heretofore
der yho now order of things tho
ty frill make money. Ho estimn-
J that the plant should not only
y tho interest on tho bonded in-
btcdncss incurred for tho construct-
in but also in addition to all oper-
ing expenses' u'n'd necessary repairs
rn from $6000 to $10000 to apply
the principal of tho bonds in
icr words tho plant instoad of In-
asing tho burden of taxation should
erialy lighten It.
In addition to this tho fact that
adarko was now ablo to furnish a
to and steady fpower at a yery low
ure would bo the mcana ef attract-
X muny business enterprises to tho
y that will aid In tho building up
tborbusinoss and commercial in-
os'xcf tho city add to the 'taxable
Buation and In every way aid in
aiding up i Greater Anadarko.
En regard to tho mutter of storm
sanitary Bewers tho Mayor ex-
Linod thej reed of such improve.
nt immediately and told why tho
hple were to be asked to vote $25
in donda for that purposo
Mr Griflln O'Neal rresident of
) O'Neal Engineering Co. follow-
tho Mayor in a short talk in
ich ho congratulated tho city on
Ling accomplished tho woric now
npleted and declaied that Ana-
l-ko was in tho lead of all Okla-
na cities in tho matter of muni-
al improvements. The construct-
of the dam hero had turned tho
I) of the entire stato toward Ana-
ko and because of tho enterprise
wn hero in harnessing the Washita
Town on New Rail
Anadarko was talked of all over tho
rtato ns not only ono of tho comming
cities of tho southwest but as tno
coming city. Mr O'Neal briefly
followed up the Mayor's remarks as
to tho plant being a profitable invest-
ment and in speaking of it stated
that now that it was completed his
rompany naturally felt con-
siderable prido in the work and sug
gested that whilo there had been ru-
mors that the O'Neal Engineering Co.
and tho city would havo trouble in
affecting a final settlement that this
was ail idle talk Thore was no oc
As tho houi wqs growing late
Jndgo Holding who was on the pro-
gram bogged to be oxcused and ask-
ed that tho meeting bo turned over
to tho Commercial club as there was
an important matter in connection
with railroads that it was desired to
bring bofora tho people. II C
Bedford was then called on and in his
happy and inimitable way told of the
railroad possibilities of tho immediato
future for Anadarko. Tho Com-
mercial club had pledged a bonus of
00003 for the Altus Rosewell and
ElPaso railroad. The permanent
survey through the country southwest
from Anadarko has been mnde and
tho Commercial club hnviug retain-
ed the townsitc rights had secured
and platted a m ngmficlent site for a
town thirtccen miles faothwest from
tho city. It was proposed thnt
overy body in Anadarko buy at least
ono lot in the new townsitc by
which tho money with w Inch to pay
this bonus should bo raised and if
tho railroad is built as thcro is
overy indication that it will be and
not only built but eventually becomo
a part of tho "Katy's" trunk line to
tho southwest ovory lot In tho new
town will boworth several times tho
$50 which tho purchaser is asked to
pay for it.
Mr. Bradford wantod to sell some
lots Monday night ind ho proceeded
to do it the responses comjngBO rap-
idly for a timo that .tho secretary
was scarcoly ablo to record the name
of purchasers and before the eve-
ning was over a big start was made
in disposing of tho townsite. After
tho lots are all sold ajdrawing will
bo hold to determine tho location of
each holder's lot. A committee of
tho Commercial club will tako up tho
work now and by personal solicia-
tion dispose of tho remainder of tbo
Following Mr Bradforda talk Sec.
rotary Spiyoy of tho Commerciol club
annouoced that sixty-fivo persons had
sent in suggestions for names for tho
now town and theso wore raid.
Yeara ngo'thoro hed been a town on
tho propoaed sito which had been call-
cd Broxtm aud jn the list it was
found that three persons had suggest-
ed this name their numbers being 50
69 and Gl. On motion of Mayor
Plum tho name of Broxton was ac-
coptsd and tho threo numbors placet
in a lot from whioh ono numberjwas
drawn. This number was found to bo
59 and on opening this onvelnpo it
was found that Bryco Bollinger was
tho lucky contestant
gjust boforo tho claso of tho moot-
ing Mayor Plum on behalf of tho
employera at tho dam presented sup-
rintendo nt Gaunt with a handsome
Reported Separation of Husband
and Wife Incorrect
Tho nows item In a recent issue oj
tho Democrat to tho eiTect that Mrs
Mattio Shirley and husband had
Bcparated and that tho former was
living in Purcell was an error. Tho
item was furnished by a formor nbi-
dent of Purcell and tho Democrat
supposed it authentic. As a matter
of fact Mrs Shirloy.and her husband
aro living happily togethor in Okla-
homa City and this paper sinceroly
regrets the error it was led into and
hastens to correct it.
First Pub Jan 11-10. Lust Feb 8-10
Stato of Oklahoma Caddo county
ss. In tho County Court.
John L Furman Plaintiff vs. Max
Goldman Executor Mario Fetzer
Katherine Bochler Rosina Fritz
Katherino Gottlicbin Itebor Paulino
Burk Erwin Kaiser or his unknown
heirs Christina Burk or her un-
known heirs Krotino Noller or her
unknown heirs George Preger or
his unknown heirs. Ferdinand Preger
or his unknown heirs Barbora Lin-
gohr or her unknown heirs Defen-
dants. You and each of you will ploase
take notice that on this 11th day of
Jauuary 1910 tho abovo named plain-
tiff John L. Furman has filod in tho
County Court a petition asking that
tho order admitting tbo will of Karl
Preger deceased to probate be sot
aaido vabated and hold for naught;
that said order was made on tho 12th
day of October 1909 by tho Judge of
the County Court; that said order be
vacated and sot asido on account of
the irrpgnlarity of tho proceedings
and tho Insufficlenco of tho notice of
tho heaving of tho petiticn for fio
proba te of said will
And that tho hoaring'on-thomotion
or petition of tho plaintiff herein will
bo heard on tho 8th day of March 1910
at 9 o'clock in the foronoon of said
day in tho County Court room'in tho
Court houso In Anadarko.
B. F. HOLDING County Judgn
C.D.Roperaan Atty. for Pla Intiff
THE NEW OCTOPUS
Plerpont Morgan Has Become One of the Greatest World Powers
SAVING THE BABIES
MILK DEPOTS ARE DOING EXCEL-
City of Rochester N. Y.p a Pioneer In
Mov srt That Will Intsrest
Every Mother Throughout
ths Cc -' v.
It Is ostfoi uteri k 50 ier cent of
all deaths u chl.i.i ii u.nier one year
of ngo tiro due to uitro-enterlc dis-
eases. And the ovltleiice points strong-
ly to the Impure milk fed to tho babies
as tho chief cause of this unnecessary
waste of baby llfo. Compared with
tho money expended to protect tho
yurlty of other foodstuffs tho sum re-
quired to Inmiro nn ndeminto supply ot
cloan pure milk for tho thousands of
babios who must ot necosslty depend
upon cow's mint Is a more bagatollo.
Dr. Georuo V. Color of Hoohestor os-
tlmntos that It is posslblo to obtain a
supply of milk for tho summer months
(July and August) which can conscien-
tiously bo labelod food and not poison
for tho babies In a city which has a
population of 200000 at nn expondlturo
of about ?1000. Tho ostimato la based
nn tho amount It costs tho city of
Uochesto- annually to maintain Its
milk dopots. A preliminary fenturo of
this supervision ot tho sources of tho
baby's milk has been tho solectlon of
some farm within reasonable distance
from tho city In which tho dairy and
cows are kept undor cleanly whole-
some conditions. Tho source of sup-
ply seloctcd and the milk contracted
for a portablo laboratory Is erected on
tho placo aud tho establishment Is
put In charge of a trained nurse who
supervises tho mllklnpr tho storlllza-
tlon of tho utensils the preparation
bottling packing and shipment of the
milk. Packed In Ico tho milk 1b car-
ried to tho city and distributed from
four centers In as many parts of tho
During tho ten years beforo tho es-
tablishment of tho milk dopot tho total
uumber of deaths of children under
ono year was 4975. From 1897 when
tho work was begun to 190C tho total
number of deaths of children of that
ago waa 3421 a reduction of over 30
per cent. without taking Into consld-
eratlon any Increaso In population dur-
ing that period.
Tho milk depot or dispensary under
tho supervision of physicians and tho
caro of trained nurses has becomo a
recognized necessity and whero tho
municipality has boon Indlfforent to Its
obligations tho responsibility has boon
Bhoulderod by philanthropic Individu-
als or prlvnto charities. Classes for
the lnatructlon of mothers Ip tho prop-
er caro of tho babies nnd tho regular
inspection of tho babies by the physi-
cians and nuraes havo added lm-
moaaurably to tho permanent benoflts
from tho milk stations. Maternal nurs-
ing Is encouragod whenever that la
possible and somo of tbo stations fol-
low thn lnnri nf nthnr pmintrlna In'onrv.
plying tho nursing mother with nour
ishing rood If she neoda It and If abe
cannot provldo It for hornolf.
Call foi Bids.
The Commercial Club wishes
to receive bids from parties who
can serve the annual Banquet
Monday night January 17th.
The chairman of the committee
will furnish menu card and in-
structions for serving. Esti-
mated number of plates 100 to
150. Contract must be closed
by Monday or Tuesday Jan. 11th.
Ladies of the churches invited
to make bids. Call on
J. P. MITCHELL
Ch'm Entertainment Committee.
Notice to Purchasers
I will receive scaled bids upon tho
following described property up to
Tuesday January tho 18th 1910 at 5
p m at my placo of business in Ana-
darko Okla. tho sumo boing part of
tho property bolonging to the estate
of Karl Preger deceasod.
S E 1-4 20 C 10 containing ICO
E 1-2 S E 1-1 31 8 10 contain
ing 80 acres.
S W 1-4 8 G 9 containing 1C0
Lot 9 Block 48 Preger's hard-
Lots 9 and 10 block 40. A certi-
fied check to the amount of tan per
cent of your sealed bid must oc-
company all bids. I reserve tho
right to reject any and all bids.
Max Goldman Sole Executor.
Karl Preger's Estate. d-wky
The following' marriago licenses
havo been issned in tho County Court
T. H. Oelke age 2G and Laura Baker
ago 21 both of Anadarko.
Arthur Millican ago 20 Gra:cmont
and Mabel Stono ago 21 Ft. Cobb
T. II Morgan 31 Lookeba and No-
ra Martin 29 Ft. Cobb.
G. C. Ticer 23 Carnegio and fiU
pha Willis 19 Apache.
Alva Coon 1G and Ella Swearongor
J W. Shertz tG and Mrs. Sarah
Vardy 30 Lookeba
J. A. Perschbachor 2G Alden and
Grace Yoder 18 Apacho.
PRICE 2 Conts'
Rock Island Depot Be-
coming a Serious
CROWDED TO LIMIT
Change of Time In Arrival of
Trainb Makes Place Danger-
ous to All
Tho change that hns been mado In
tho traina has nlso changed tho
crowd thnt formerly filled tho doorway
at tho postolllcn now to tho dopot
as all traim meet at Anndarko nt
0:30 o'clock in tho evening it la now
impossible to get stnndlng room in
the dopot nnd tho platfurm Is moro
After tho 11:15 a m trnin from
which ia a light mail from Enid thoro
ia no mail until 3:G5 p in which ia al-
so very light until 6:30 when all
Tho dopot is so small that tho3e
who can not enduro smoke and
tobacco nro forced to tako tho plat-
form in tho dark. It scorns that
thoro should bo a placo for tho poo-
pie to stand inside at least when tho'
trains are in all at tho same hour.
Try a sack of our mixed food
(meal and hulls) nnd becomo n regular
customer. Froo dolivory to any part
of tho city. Anndarko Oil Mill.
To pay your Telephone bill by
January 15th. and avoid having
your telephone service discon
New Year Lockets and Chains
Miss Anna Butler of Verdcn visit-
ted tho A. Martcniz homo Saturday
New Diamond Jewelry at
New Bracelets at Mitchell's.
Hunter's Cream Flour same
price as cheap flour at Skaggs'
For Kent. Now 4 rocm house
barn and well. Will sell choap.
Seo Champlin Lumber Co. 3td
To pay your Telephone bill by
January 15th. and avoid having
your telephone service discon-
tinued. For Sale.
Good new 4 room house with
6 good lots close in a bargain
if taken at once.
4td E. O. SCHLITT.
To pav your Telephone bill by
January 15th. and avoid having
your telephone service discon-
tinued. Crude oil by the barrel 5 cts.
a gallon. Anadarko Produce Co
ANADARKO PRODUCE Co.
Crude oil by the barrel 5 cts.
a gallon. 241tf.
If your Grocery Company has
lost confidence in humanity and
cut you off visit the Pioneer
Cash Store O. P. Skaggs'
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