Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 313, Ed. 1, Monday, February 7, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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At a recent meeting of the Anadarko Commercial Club a resolution was adopted requesting every business and pro-:
fessional man of Anadarko to write to the Postmaster General at Washington D. C.reqesting better accommodations
at the Anadarko Postoffice. Have you written? If not do so at once and help secure the accommodations desired.
VOLUME VIII. NO. 313
ANADARKO OKLAHOMA MONDAY FEBRUARY 7 1910.
PRICE 2 Cents
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Caddo County School Land Dis-
Land Sold at an Advance of Nearly $25000
4; Above Appraisment
Tho sals of Caddo County School land
tho stato has ovory reason to bo satisfied with tho result Tho totals aro
No Sola Average Appt. of Ld. Sold for Hoc. on Ld Roc. on Imp.
Jan 31 18 2759.80 G4199.00 C8219.00 3412.45 2391.38
Feb 1 20 3075.06 47010.00 49110.00 2455.50 1221.90
" 2 20 3202.72 51200.00 69215.00 29G0.7G
" 3 20 3198.84 34525.00 37S25.00 1921.25 257G.90
"4 19 2910.75 34500.00 35555.00 1827.75 245175
"5 18 2380.00 43325.00 49S25.00 2191.25 1232.00
115 1E0E8.07 275119.00
Average price poracro 1G.G2 plus
It will bo seen from the forcnoinc
tho appraised value a very good thing for the stuto. and yet it sold nt tho
low average price of $10.02 plus per acre a very good thing for tho pur-
chasers. Except the few unpleasantnesses reported from tho Apache vicinity
tho sales appear to have given general satisfaction and if tho land is worth
anything at all it is worth the averogo amount paid for it. Tho lessees
themselves were tho purchasers in lho mnin with very fow exceptions and
in ono or two instances tracts wore withheld from sale on account of town-
Bit matters. Tho corps of officials employed in tho palowero all that could
bo dosircd. Affablo courteous and accomodating and thoy were most cm-
photic in their expressions of pleasure at the courtesy thoy had been treated
with by both tho Court house officials end tho citizens at largo. Thoy do-
parted Sunday lor Lawton thoir next selling point with nothing bul praiso
nnd commendation for Anadarko.
Last Friday a man by tho namo of
Hull staying at the Elston Houso
went toDinkler's Drug storonnd stat-
ing that tho rats were very bad in
tho placo of his domicilium pur-
chased a box of what is said to bo
rough on tho aforesaid animals. He
took tho "Rough on Rat?" and re-
tired to tho Elston whore rs proceed
ed to take it again tbis timo intern
VMly. Having absorbed tho entire
contents of the box ho road the di-
rections and mado tha discovery that
those who took it must not dio in tho
houso. Ho accordingly wont out
doors and lay down prepared to shuffle
off his mortal coil. Doctor Wester-
moicr reached him however befoio he
had got quite over tho rat routu and
yanked him bak on this samo side
again Hero he remains for tho pre-
sont. Further pactlcularp later if
any. The biggest coward in all the
world is tho man who tries to run
away from life.
This Is Funny.
Sum people say it bums somo say
irr't; don't burn but wo all know tt dots
I havo over 100 ricks of nice dry
etovo wood at tho dam now and for
$2251 wlllj bring a load right to your
house which will last yon much
longer than conl would for that
much money. I know if you will
mako ono trial that you will call a-
gain. Leave orders at tho Democrat
Phone 331 or Anadarko Real Estate
Co. Phone 73. Gtd.
Moore i stenographer in
Baldwin-Gibb's' real estate office spent
Sunday with homo and friends in
Phonr 188 goty the Star Dakery.
Wo will deliver you 3 loves of steam
baked bread iqr 10 cts to any part
of tho city Give us a trial order.
Phono 188 for steam baked bread.
by tha state closed on Saturday nnd
that tho landbroucht $24580.00 obovo
Scaled bids will bo received at the
office of City Clerk Anadarko Okla-
homa up tn five O'clock I'. M. Feb.
7th. 1910 for furnishing and Install
ing jail cells in the City Hall accord-
ing to plans and specifications on file
in he City Clerk's office. Total
weight of cells must bo specified.
A certified check lor three per cent
of tho amount bid must accompany
each old to guarantor that a contract
wil bo entered intc. Tho City ro
erves the righr. to reject any and all
U C McKnight
I have a wood proposition and no
crudo oil proposition so I appeal to
every ono that is using a cook stovo
to try a rick of tho split wood at the
dam for only $2.25 a rick delivered
or un split for $1.75. You can leave
ordors at tho Democrat phono 33 or
Anadarko Real Estate Co. Phono 73.
Yours for Patronage
DGt T. A. Andclman.
Five Short-Horn Bulls thorough
breds. J B Stewart Anadarko
Route 1. Can be seen 4 miles
east and 4 miles north of Ana-
Rooms for Light Housekeeping.
Rooms for light housekeeping.
Eirst floor electric lights for
rent. Mrs L M Spivey 415
East Okla. Ave. Phone 112.
NOTICE To Real Estate m o n
My property in 3-6-10 is now off tho
market. W. II. Wood.
W. H. Holmberg has moved to
Sterker and will open up a grocery
Mrs. Kate Morrison went to Carne-
gie to visit friends Sunday.
Mr. S. W. Youdle and Miss Lulu
J nT?rlt ...nwk nl.n.l. mnviitnil Cilnrlnit !
uaiiiiku nciu ijuic.jjr liiuniuu uuiiuuji
afternoon at tho rooms of W.L Don-
noil by Rov. Chas. A. Mussolman.
It was a groat Burpriso to their many
friends as nono except tho witnesses
were apprised of the plans. Mr.
Youdlo is interested in tho Dreamland
and Miss LaForco is one of Anadar-
ko's woll known young ladies. For
tho presonr tho young couple will re-
side in Anadarko. Their friends
wish them much joy ar.d happiness.
Soliciting For Governor
F. E. Herring of Elk City has
more solicitations from business men
and farmers than auy man now talked
of for Governor and they are not
weakened domocrats who aro willing
to tako anything to save the party:
they aro tha kind that believe that
with an honest business man at th
head of tho ticket there is no danger.
Herring will save tho party and savo
you monoy as well. Beckham County
There was a whale once swallowed
a chap called Jonah and kept him
down for thred days. We seriously
doubt however tho creaturo's ability
to keep the modern specimens of
which wo havo one or two in Anadar-
ko on it s stomach that length of
J. M. KiBer came over from Tulsa
Saturday and Is spending n few days
with frionas in tho city.
Edgar Bartholomew ol Muskogee
visited his parents Mr. and MrB.
Bartholomew in Bath addition Sun-
day. Miss Emma Driskoll went to Guth-
rie Monday for a few days visit with
her sister Mrs. F. Collins.
Miss Sylvia Franz who & toaching
school In Binger Bpent Sunday with
her parents Mr. ant Mrs. Herman
Tho U. and I. Embroidery Club
meets with Mrs. Dr. Boyd and Mrs.
Roy Cullen Tuosdy afternoon at 230
Miss Mabol Davis and Mrs Parka
wero In Vordon Saturday.
Miss Nottlo Danlols came over
from Chickasha Saturday to visit
home and friends
BRINGING DOWN THE COST OF LIVING
Purchasers of Lots in
Broxton on the
The following Anadarko citizens
have purchased lots in tho Commercial
club'9 new town of Broxton on tho
Altus Roswell & El Paso railroad.
The proceeds from the salo of lots
will apply on the bonus given by
Anadarko to pecuro tbis important
railroad for Jaddo county and Ana-
darko. The division headquarters
and Bhops will be located here. Is
your namo in tho listT If not get it
there nd be an "Anadarko BooBtor"
Namo No. Lots.
II. C. Bradford 10
W. H. Plum 5
B. S. Dixon G
Anadarko Stato Bank 5
I. E Cox cash $250
Nathan & DeFord 2
W F McCracken 2
A S Roberts 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
Hommort &--Ayris 2
Baldwin & Gibbs Co 2
Sutter & Stephenson 2
Harver J Miller 1
W M Recce 1
J L Montgomery 1
J N Howard 1
R L Mitchell -1
II J Kenney 1
A J Berry 1
Notice to Contracts
Plans and specifications for a two
story GOxlOO ft. brick store building
will be found at Baird's Confection-
ery. Contractors wishing to bid wlU
please call this week. Sealed bids
will be opened at 6 p. m. Monday
Feb 7. Owner reserves right to re-
ject any and all bids. Certlfiied check
for 3 er cent of bid to accompany
Bob White Soap is the
best. Skaggs' Grocery.
the New Town of
Paul Kaiser 1
L M Spivey 1
Wesley Childs 1
O E Nuormberger 1
L E Lyon 1
G D Dridkoll 1
J F Mitchell 1
J J Baird 1
W F Kurk 1
E H Perdlewitz 1
J F Brown 1
M Griffin O'Neal 1
II Franz 1
Mrs A Berger 1
Dyko BalUnger 1
Ed Schlitt 1
M E Monsell 1
Ferd Roiss 1
A Martinez 1
W P Hudson 1
Frank Ward . 1
J A Dinkier 1
Oscar Diebr 1
P J Miller 1
Karl Douglass 1
W E Tumor . 1
M Leonhard 1
Fred Pfaff 1
D G Galloway 1
Frank Callahan - 1
Hugh Graham 1
Edward B To Is.
E A Kunkei
P A Romack. ......
C L Kunkei
W I Lacoy
Sealed bids will be received a tho
office of City Clerk Anadarko Okla.
upto Fob.f7th. 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 to tho
Highlands addition according to tho
plans and specifications on file in the
City Clerk's office.
A certified chock to tho amount of
three per cent of the amount bid
must accompany each bid to guaran-
tee that a contract will be entered in
to. The council reserves tho right
to reject any and all bids.
C C. McKnight City Clerk.
The Indian Proposi
tion from an Indi-
an's Point of
Mr. Hazlctt is Anxious that the
Indians have a White Man's
Quanah Parkor chiof of tho Com-
anchos oxpocts to visit Washington
whero tho "Great Futhcr" roaidos
within a fow weeks to urgo tho Ok-?
Ihhoma representatives to eecuro tho
passogo of n monsuro through tho
Congress authorizing that n $200000?
00 pnymont be made to tho Indians of
Wo romomber thoro was o poymenl
nindu to thcao Indians over n year ago.
of $100.00 por capita for tho purposo
of puying off their just debts but as
far as wo havo loomed tho Indiana
woro morehoavil7 involved two days
after than over boforo.
Now iho Interests that havo been
waxing fat off lho Indian arc desir-
ous of anothor opportunity of raking
in tho shocklcs or checks as soon as
tho aforesaid checks havo loft tho
ngont's hands and aro in tha possession
of tho Indian.
Chiof Quanah has been told that
tho Indians aro in diro straights and
ho must go to Washington to ask tho
"Great Father" for anothor big pay-
ment in order to onabla tho Indians
to pay thoir just dobte.
Thcro is not a bankor or business
man in this wido wido world that
would loan tho Indian a fivo cent
piece if it were not for tho fact that
thoy get thoso payments. And I
have noticed that those that have tha
greatest success in thoir collections
aro the ones who uso a'mostjhighway-
man methods in separating the In
dian from his chock.
Wo have often read and been told
that tho "American people liko to be
humbugged "and it can be said with
truth that" The Oklahoma Indiana
certainly love to bo fleeced."
Trm Indian of southwest Oklahoma
are the possessors of tho best land In
ths southwest and for Chiet Quanah
to put up the plea that his tribesman
aro in diro straight indicates that
that thero is something radically
wrong We have thousands of whito
men in Oklahoma that livo on sand
hills who are not calling on tno gov-
ernment for.bolp although their lands
produce bul about ono third as much
as tho good lands belonging to the
This sumo old ploa ubout tho In-
dians being In (debt and asking for a
larger payment each timo will con-
tinue to reach the authorities at
Washington so long a tho present
practico iu continued of paying mon-
ey to Indians every six months and
thus making improvidonts out of
them. Fort Cobb Recork.
Don't forget to pay rour tele-
phone bill by Feb. 15 and avoid
having your service discontinu-
ed. Present cards to be receipt-
ed. Use Bob White Laundry Soap
and make a noise of satisfaction
like a quail. Sold at Skaggs'
Attornoy W. F. Startwrnuhnr trans-
aclcd business in Chickasha Saturday.
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