Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 308, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 1, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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We have now settled the city building .question and the.paving of the streets will.soon.begin while '.wo have the promise of many new brick business buildings.
uuiBe ui. iiiuiijr new uriuv uuainess uuuuingS.
Let's Get Busy
We've 'damned" the Washita so there is notning more to dam." Then let's get together and boost the new
railroad propositions 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.
ANADARKO OKLAHOMA. TUESDAY FEBRUARY JS' 1910.
VOLUME VIII. NO. 308
PRICE 2 Cents
I J n Yl I II
11 W Mir mMmmwad dim oLx Tta' Nj.
Good Prices Received
for Many Tracts
That Are Offered
Second Day of the Sale of School
Lands Attracts Large
Tho following School land was sold
at the Court nouso Monday.
1S D. Johnson N E. 1-4 9N 8W
CO acres $0400.00
2-Oscar Early K W. 1-1 9.8 N 8
W 1G0 acres $2100.00
3N. P. Hounlnga. S W 1-4 0 8 N 8
W 1C0 acres $3800.00
4 Ed. A. Bogard. E 1-2 N W 1-4 14
DN 8 W 80 acres $2100.00
5-A. A. Schnofor. N K 1-4 28 0 N 8
W 1G0 acros $600-1.00
C-IraN. Davis SE 1-4 289 NSW
1C0 acres $5000.00
rj e y. Froed lots 1 and 2 and N E
1-1 N W 1-4 3 9 N 8 W. 119.80 acres
3-S. W. Dunlap N E 1.4 33 9N 8 W
1C0 acres $W0O.OO
9-S. W. Brittain N W 1-4 33 9N 8
W 1G0 acres $1GOO 00
10-Joseph Krytinor S W 1-4 33 9 N
S W 1G0 acres $2100.00
!!. U'nvlnr. SE 1-4. 33. 9 N 8
11 Hutu -j - r
W. 1G0 acres $5C00.00
12 A. L. Hiskott N E 1-4 33 10 N 8
W 1C0 acres $3200.00
13 A. C. Darber. S E 1-4 33 10 W 8
W 1G0 acres. $3200.00
14 Miko Schwarzfischor S E 1-4 33
10 N 8 W 1G0 acres 2S00.00
15 No Sale Lessee refused to'occept
1G-A. W. Dail N E 1-4 33" G N 9
W. 1G0 acros V 300.00
17-Jas. Kinder N W 1-4 33. G N 9
W 1C0 acres $1000.00
18 J F. Estes S W 1-4 33 G N 9
W 1C0 acres $1000.00
19V-Withdrawn from saio account oi
I errL- in appraisemont.
R o(t P Rnonthon. S E 1.4. 18 ! N
9V 1G0 acres. $4000.00
21 Jemima L. Clark N E L4 19 7N
9 W 1G0 acres 2400.00
22 J' O. Mann N E 1-4 24 7 N 9 W
1G0 acres $3800.00
23 No bid No saio
24 A. A. Langston N E 1-4 33 7N
9 W 1G0 aeres $1000.00
25 -C D. Langston N W 1-4 33 7.N
9 W 1C0 acres $1000.00
2G S. Schenk N E 1-4 33. 8 N W
ICO acres $288u.00
fa Cnas. Newlin N W 1-4 33 8 N 9
W 1G0 acres. $3200.00
328 A. J. Ervln N E 1-4 33 9 N 9 W
ICO acres $1800.00
tfjO-Cord Linker S E 1.4 33 9 N 9 W
AliAli. 63. $2250.00
tfen Marty. N E L4 33 10 N 9 W
1-E Partln N W 1-4 33 10 N 0 W
60 acres $210.00
2-S M Scotton S W 1-4 33 10 N 9
V 1C0 acres $1280.00
!3 M F Anthony S E 1 4 83 10 N 9
lT 1G0 acres $1040.00
i O Richards N E 1-4 33 UN 10W
0 acres $320000
-M. O. Allison N. W. L4 33.GN.
W. 1C0 a $3200
W. S. Henry S W 1-4 S-CN-IO
W. Dlnso S E 1 4 83-6N-10 W
D a $t400.
W. F. Deltrich N W 1-4 of K El-
1H. 7N 10W 40 aeres S2500.
E. II. Mellcncamp Lots 3 and 4
1.9. S W 1.4 317N 10W. IB5.9G
40-G. W. Paige S E 1-4 87 7N
1G0 a. $1G00.
41 No Salo-Strickcn olT un aect
42-J. V. Kolnchny S W 1-4 33-7N-10
W 1C0 n $1000.
UP THE RIVER
Young People Enjoy Evening on
Doan Baird invited sovorai of his
friend tc enjoy a rowing on tho
Washita Monday evening. Mr.
Baird has a vory nice and convenient
gasoline launch and when Misses
Doss Harold Wallis Torry Messrs
Phelps Lultweiler and Robinson
with Mr. Baird started out on tho
rivor great merry making bogan.
In a short time tho boat was lan-
dod at Horso Shoo lako whom a de-
licious spread of many good things to
cat was onjoyod by all. Along tho
time of tho weo hours tho young peo-
pio glided down stream for their
home landing. All heartily thanked
Mr. Baird for tho ploasant ovnntng
and returned to their homos.
L. M. Spivey recoivod a tologram
Sunday evening announcing the death
of his brothor-in-lnw. Joseph Orr at
his homo in Ottawa Kan. Funeral
Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Spivey re-
grets very much that ho was unable
to attend faneral. For many years Mr.
Orr was a prominent citizen and hold
otliceal positions in Caldwell county
Missouri farmer and stock shipper.
He sorved four years in tho civil war
and always took active part in G. A.
K. post meetings and Encampments.
His wifo is a state officer in the
I Ladies Reliof corps of Knnsas.
I have a wood proposition and no
crudo oil proposition so I appeal to
every ono that is using a cook stove
to try a rick of tho split wood at tho
dam for only $2.25 a rick dolivercd
or un split for $1.7C. You can leave
orders at tho Democrat phono 33 or
Anadarko Roal Estato Co. 1'hono 73.
Yours for Patronage
DGt T. A. AndolmMi.
Sealed bids' will bo recelvcu a tho
office of City Clerk Anadarko Okln.
up to Feb. 7th. 1910 at G o'clock p.m
for tho furnishing tho material and
doing all work necessary to install
the extension of tho light lines In the
Highlands addition according to tho
plans and specificstioni on filo in the
City Clerk's office.
A certitied chock to tho amount of
threo por cent of tho amount bid
must accompany each bid to guaran-
tee that a contract will bo entered in-
to. Tha council resorves the right
to re joe t any and all bids.
C. C. McKnight City Clerk.
DID NOT APPLY.
IX is understood that tho remain-
ing flvo teachers at present' holding
position in tho public school and who
wore not re-elected at the meeting of
the Board last night made no applica-
tion for tha position. The work how-
ever has been eminently satisfactory
to tho Board.
Tho Slate Grab-it-oll at Gnthrle
recently pent most of a doublo col-
umn editorial trying to justify tho
high price of meat. This uhows whero
Its sympathy lies.
Rev. J. F. Brown of Hlnton was
in the city Monday.
The President and Former
Credit to City
The superior work of our woll
qualified teachers is attracting atten
tion ovar thn stats. Every year
Bomo of our bust teachers aro invitod
to other citios at salurlos much high-
er than ihoy receivu here. Onr su-psrintendont-ii
colled upon each year
for institute work in different counties
and Mrs. Lowther who holds a 1 if o
certificate is inivted each yoar to
servo as Institute Instructor in dif
ferent county Institutes This
she will instruct in tho Caddo County
Instituto in June and in the Canadian
County Institute nt EIReno. Good
schools attract good citizens and are
powerful factors in tho healthy de-
velopment of our city and county.
Two months ago boforo Democrat
ic newspapers ribbed up an "insur-
gcut'" light thn Republican party had
uvery hopo of carrying tho state in the .
next Ptato election. Now our pros
pects aro not so bright. Can you
wonder that all Democrats and Demo-
cratic nowspapors onourago Republi-
can insurgents? Enid Events (Mc-
An advertisement is to a merchant
very much what sowing seed Is to
the farmer. It may take a littlo
time for tho results to becomo appar-
ent but th.y are sure to come Tho
wise farmor is not niggardly with his
seed nor tho wise morchant with his
And now comes thn pie-eating or-
gan at Guthrie that for years fatten-
ed on Federal patronage at the ex-
ronso of tho people In days that aro
past and forever gone and announces
that Gov. Haskell has made away
with $76000. It is bard on a people
when good men can bo traduced by
unprincipled pie-loving partisans pure-
ly for party purposes that pesKy
Pecksniffian papers may bo placated
with their most palatablo pabulum
political pie. Put (hat in your pipe
For Rent Two unfurnishod rooms
closo in suitoblo for light house-
keeping. Inquiro at Democrat office.
Tho Ladles Social Union of tho
Presbyterian church will meet with
Mrs Dr. Kerley. Wednesday if tor-
noon at 3 o'clock.
PINCH0T BOTH TALK CONSERVATION
Forester In Chorus: "How Did He
Purchasers of Lots in
Broxton on the
The following Anadarko cSizens
have purchased lots in the Commercial
club's now town of Broxton on tho
1 Altus Roswell & El Paso railroad.
The proceeds from Jtho saio
will apply on the bonus given
Anadarko to pecur this important
railroad for Jaddo county and Ana-
darko. The division headquarters
and shops will be located here. Ib
your namo in the list? If not got it
there nnd bo an "Anadarko Rooster"
Name No. Lots.
II. C. Bradford 10
W. II. Plum 5
B. S. Dixon 5
Anadarko Stato Bank 5
I. E Cox cash $250
Nathan & DeFord 2
W F McCracken 2
C A Cleveland 4
Ogle Bros 2
Youngheim Clothing Co 2
W II Campbell 2
B F Holding 2
P L Jorgenson 2
Eccleston & Coggins 2
Hammert & Ayns 2
Baldwin & Gibbs Co 2
Sutter & Stephenson 2
Harvor J Wilier 1
W M Reece 1
J L Montgomery 1
J N Howard 1
R L Mitchell ..-1
H J Konney - . - 1
A J Berry - ...l
Tho Chlckasha Express heads a
paragraph "Are microbes in your
scalp?" Does ho think anyone is go-
ing to say yes?. But we never
heard them called "microbes" boforo.
Come to The Feast of the Seven
Tables Served by tho ladios of tho
Cbristlon Church in tho Rhodes'
building Saturday Feb. 5. from 5 to
9 P. M. Gtd
Mr. and Mrs. U. Schlitt and Mrs.
Motcalf a Bister of Mr. Schlitt' of
Auburn Neb. spent Sunday in Dill
Get on This Stane?"
the New Town
L M Spivoy
O E Nuurmberger
L E Lyon
G D Dridkoll
J F Mitcholl
J J Baird
W F Kurk
E II Perdiowitz
J F Brown
M Griffin O'Neal
II Franz 1
Mrs A Borgor 1
Dyko Balllnger 1
M E Monsell 1
Ferd Roiss 1
A Martinez 1
WP Hudson 1
Frank Ward 1
J A Dinkier 1
Oscar Diobr 1
P J Miller 1
Karl Douglass 1
W E Turner .. 1
M Leunhard 1
Fred Pfaf f 1
D G Galloway 1
Frank Callahan .... X
Hugh Graham 1
Frank Grecor . 1
Edward B Tels ....1
E A Kunkol I
P A Romack 1 -1
C L Kunkel I
W I Lacey . 1
J. H. Cornett of Verden has sold a
half interest in his ranch eight miles
north of Verden to Faunt Downey of
Marlow the consideration boing $17
000. Mr Cornet has alao bought the
stock of Chas. Tippeo of Verden.
J. M Carpenter a Democrat read-
er from near Pocasset was in the city
II. E. Hassempflug and littlo daugh
ter of Fort Cobb wero in tho city
C. W. VatEaton the Ft. Cohb
hardwaro man was a business visit-
School Board Makes
Selections for Com-
Early Action Taken That Teach-
ers May Know How to Plan
The School Hoard met last night
in Secv. Morgan's oillce and oloctcd
teaehirs for tha Anadarko schools.
This action was takon this oarly out
of consideration for tho toaclura
themselvos that thoy might havo am-
ple opportunity to moko their ar-
rangements. Tho following woro o-
Principal II. S.
J. B. Sandors
Mrs. Ida Mitchell
Mrs. Linnn Lowther.
Tho remaining fivo touchers nocos-
sary to comploto tho faculty will bo
elected at n tutor dato.
Entertained By Mrs. Dr. Kerley
A full attendanco at tho Highland
Thimblo Club which met with Mrs.
Dr. Kerley us hostess Monday after-
noon from 2;30 to 5 was a favorable
testimonial as to tho Intensity of tho
interest tho ladies are showing in
their necd'e work. As tho doft fin-
gors plied their needles tho pleasure
and profit of tho occasion was increas-
ed b bits of conversation Bavoring of
tho science and theory ot tho new
comet. Much interost and admira
tion were shown in a cluny buffet
scarf embroidered in violet by Mrs.
Leo Ilito whoso work shows her to
be an adept in tho beauties and de-
signs of embroidery.
A beautiful tray cloth embroider-
ed in white with a grapo design
brought forth admiration and delight
being tho work which is progressing
under Mrs II M Tilton's tklll.
The afternoon's pleasure was com-
pleted by boing servod with stuffed
apples nnd pepper mayonnaiso olivea
crackers cako and coffee. Mrs
Judgo Pholps assisted Mrs Kerley fn
Tho guests of honor were Mrs.
Craig Mrs G. W. Campbell and
daughter Anna Mrs E W Wideman
sue daughter Edith.
A continuation of these meetings
is a joyous anticipation and tho next
one is with Mrs J F Mitchell next
Notice to Contractors
Plans and specifications for a two
story 50x100 ft. brick storo building
will be found at Baird's Confection
ory. Contractors wishing to bid wlU
please call this wook. Sealed bids
will bo oponod at G p. m. Monday
Feb. 7. Owner reserves right to re-
ject any and all bids. Biddors will
be required to furnish security for 10
per cent of hid.
II. F. Corder of Oney was tran-
sacting business hero on Monday
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