Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 249, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 26, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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. VOLUME IX.
ANADARKO OKLAHOMA SATURDAY NOV. 26 1910.
Since the flrtt J ke "vaek the
Democrat hat '--.. laboring tinder
grunt diffieultie oh account of tho
preti breaking down. It ha been
nlmott ImpeMible to set out a
paper but we have dorie the best
we could under the circumitonccj.
From this on we hope to be able
to get baclvta normal condition -get
the paper out on time and
give the new.
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AGAINST CYRIL MEN
UndersherlfT Armstrong brought
Koy Johnson and William Parker
from Cyril Friday and placed them
in tha county jail. Doth nro charged
with burglary it being alleged that
they broko into the depot and took
It is claimed that the agent rofused
to lot tho young men have the liquor
without an afllduvit as provided by
law. It is alleged thoy then hroko In.
to the dopot and took tho liquor.
Card of Thanks
Wo wish to extend our most heart
felt thsnkr to our friends and neigh-
bors also the Mothors' Club Ladies
of tho Macabeos and Robokah's for
their many acts of kindness during
tho sickness and death of our darling
baby. Wo alao extend thanks for the
many beautiful floral offerings.
Mr. and Mrs.- E. C. Schlitt.
Judge Holding who has been sirk
fur tho last ten days went to Chick-
ash a this morning to Becure treat-
ment. Tbo Judgo is unablo to con
tinuo tho court work and will ask the
bar to select a special judgo to finish
the term of count v court.
Clerk of the district court Teddy
Oelko served the Anadarko bar with
written notices today that on account
of the ill health of Judgo Holding
they would be required to select a
special iudgo to sit through tho rest
of the term.
Theodore Pruett county attorney
who was in Oklahoma City attending
the hearing on the county division bn.
tojo the governor returned home o-7Jay.
The Anadarko State Bank
Condensed report of tho condition of the Anadarko State
Bank Anadarko Oklahoma at the- close of business Thurs-
day Nov. 10. 1910.
Loans and Discounts
Overdiafts . . . ...
Warrants Bond3 etc . . .
Banking House Furniture and
Cash and Shjht exchange
- Total .
ho above statement is correct.
We are growing We areg prosperous and we
want your business
M. I.. Hite Pres. BooneJD. Hlte Cashier.
L. T. JYlcPheeters Assistant Cashier
B. C. Whitney's phnant mixture
"Isle of Splae" the merriest and
brightest of all muiiieal productions
will be Mn at tbe Anadarko Optra
I House Monday Nov. 8S. With a
competent oast and company to
gether with all scanery electrical
nJ mechanical effects and beautiful
costumes whiob were used during its
successful runs in I'hicago Nsw
York and Boston. The book and
lyrics wore writton by Allon Lowo
and 'George E. Stoddard tho mmlc
penned by Paul Schlndler and lien
M. Jerome unl tho production
staged by Gus Sohlke acknowledged
to be one of America's graateat
stogo directors. Ihu company is a
largo one and tho cast contains play-
ers well known in the theatrical
world among whom may bo men
tioned Stanloy Felch Dobby Woolsey
Bernard IUggs Wm. BurgesB Mar-
tin Packey Charles Vaughan Misses
Felch McGowan Perri Hammond
and a beautv chorus of singing and
LEE CRUCE TALKS
TO MANY FRIENDS
OklaHoma City Oklo. Nov. 26.
At his room in the Loe-Huckina lapt
night Mr. Cruco received many cal-
lers from among tho ranks of tho
I dominant parly in the state among
them being members of the legis-
latum who como to express thoir
congratulations on account of the
victory of Nov. S and to pledge tho
second governor their support during
their incumbency as a part of tbo
"I shall expect" Mr. Cruco told
members of the legislature 'that
tho legislature will give the govor.
nor its support in all mattors of im
portance when they believe tho gov
ernor to bo right. I axpect a har-
monious administration and 1 feel
grateful to those members of tho
legislature who have pledged tbeir
support to that end. We want to be
absolutely fair in our deliberations.
business-Ilk" m nur judgment and do
only those uu.4 that will be to tho
best interests of tho state"
Mr. Cruce a nativo of Kentucky
has been informed thac he is the
twenty-seventh native of that stale
to be elected governor of another
state Missouri probably leads tbo
list in that regard.
Marvin Brlstow is in Carnegie to-
day attending to matters of business
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BOONE D. HITE Cashier.
"Isle of Spice
Democratic S'ors in Caucus Are All For
Immediate Location. House
2 Oklahoma City. Okla. Nov. 20
With Senator J. B. Thompson of
Pauls Valley presiding twenty-five
democratic members of tho state sen-
ate met in tho Lee-Huckins this
morning to caucus on the organization
of tho senate and tho questions Income
beforo tbo legislature. Governor Has-
kell was invited beioro tbo meeting
and in a fsw minutes spoech welcomed
the members to Oklahoma City He
then reviowod the capital question
since tho initiated bill wob voted on
last Juno down to the decision of thot
After the Governor's speech it was
decided to continue the caucus until
this afternoon when tha other five
democratic momborn would be prosent.
Thore appears to be no doubt but the
sentiment of tho senate is for locat-
ing tho capital at this session.
Tho lower hou'e will meet at eight
o'clock this evening and take up the
samo matters being considered by tho
senate. So far as can be learned at
this time tho Governor has encugn
support to railroad the bills through
CADOO COUNTY TO
Caddo county is to have convicts to
work on the road across the north
end of the county is tho news re-
ceived by county attorney Theodore
Prnett today from chairman of tbo
board of prison control J. P. Con-
nors. Tho board or prison control has
decided to lot any county providing
places in which to koep the convicts
to have tho fifty at a tlrau to work
on public roads.
All tbo preparations for thu con-
victs have been made by the board of
county commissioners and all that
is necessary according to Mr. 1'ruett
is for tho proper parties to receive
the prisoners from Warden Dick at
Tho roao that is to be built in
vauuo cuuniy is w.e un mm nan u.eu
under way for soma time tunning
from Taxola on the west border of
the state through Ellis and Washita
eduntUs mid tl.sn acrosa tbe i.orth
end of Caddo into Canadian than un
to Oklahoma Ulty.
" Under Una rating of the board any
county that prepares for tbe convicts
may have them in lots of fifty fa)
work the roads and the state will
pay tbe same par capita for support
that it costs at the penitentiary
There havo been some splendid
services this wetk. Good erowds
have greeted the speaker at all ser-
vice and several time extri chairs
have betn uaed. Twjnty two per
sons havo rt?ponded to tho invitations
and many more are expurted. 1 hero
will be no preaching tonight ae
preparations are in order for great
services tomordow. Sunday school
at 9;45 and preaching at 11 a in
and 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. Roberts former editor of the
Democrat Is in Oklahoma City thi
week watching the orcanization of
the legislature on double quick time.
There is no question but tha loca-
tion wi'.l be a short matter. Two bills
are boing prepared by Judge C. B.
Stuart of McAlester V. A. Led-
better of Oklahoma City assisted by
C D. Ames and othors of tho most
ablo lawyers in tho stato. Two bills
aro lo bo presented One will bo a
bill to remove at unco tho capital of
tho stato to Oklahoma City and at-
tach tho emergency clause.
Tho othor bill which will be thecne
to cuuso tho wrangle if any there be
will relute to the site Involving the
Putnam and other sites.
Ono of the bill will be introduced
in the siinnte and tho other in the
house. This will permit immediate
action on both bills as each house can
bo deliberating on a bill at thu same
time arid neither will havo to wait
on tho other.
From the present view it looks as
though all opposition to immediate
location will bo swept aside and the
bills passed without delay.
DOWN FINE POINT
At the hearing on tha county di
vision before Governor Haskell Fri
day a commltteo was appointed to
inquire into tho conditions of the
proposed counties of Cook and Soger.
William Lecv was selected for
Caddo county and Claudo Russell
of Dinger was selected for Cook
county; Mr. Elliot of Heaver town-
ship was selected to represent the
proposod county of Sogor.
This commltteo Ib to find out if
the proposed counties of Cook and
Seger in either event will leave
ciough taxablo area in Caddo county
to Beo lf Jn both Cook and Seatr
county thoro e enor))h nroa and pop
The committee is to report to the
QoV.mr December . It is ox-
pectw t th tm- g0ne dntu.
ctlon wU ulao Bnd tht p
w KB0W wbeth 0f not Caddo
counly wm ba curved.
Sheriff Bsker he been out with
bis whole force tor two days raiding
tbe bouses soiling liquor. In several
of these be has made some hauls ana
in others be has found nothing.
It u likely tnn injunctions will h
brougnt attaint some of the bouse
nre in Anadarko. end an effort Hill
1)6 made to permrntiy elose' Uiem
Wednesday timth ahwriff first
brgan to raid t e j n t and houieahf
found Hunit- ler aiiinunis of beer and
whiskey in ' n
tcdity the jon "
and lie Ima h.
(he (light ui (
III the l
u us luokn
i m yfHtertfav and
i HVf become wise
wiiie to land hardly
it. ing to keep up
i-a tho houses
inc-ne wad a vial-
and while here
' tuess matters.
Checks out Right
R. C. Hammond deputy state ex-
aminer Ctriftod aMIUng the books
and accounts of county treasurer Ed
West this weak. Ha was unable to
find any dlerei ncles anJ balanced
with the treasurer's books. Mr.
Wstt Is one of tha most efficient
treasurers or tha state and hat
narar been found out of line a penny
by tha state examiner. The people
of the county did well to efaooae blot
for another term.
Power Plant Down
The power plant at the dam is out
of commission ami the city Is com-
pelled to fall back on tho stoam
plant. The bolt pullies of tho driv-
ing shaft aro out of repair and it
will probably bo sovcral days bofdre
thoy will bo in order again.
For Sale or Trade
Nearly new Hammond typewritor
Will trado for second hand vagon
two tiorse wagon. Enquire
W. C. Morrison.
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ONE NIGHT ONLY
monday &Qgkt &&!. 28
B. C. WHITNEY'S PIQUANT MUSICAL
Isle of Spice"
Bessie Woolery Bernard Riggs Margaret French
A BIG CAST OF PRINCIPLES AND
THE PRETTIEST CHORUS IN AMERICA
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FUN HITS AND
'How Can You Tell Till Yon Try"
a aft Mr BrWJt. 1l
The 1'Kcalrical Event of the
You bavq read the book see the play. A play
for your wives sisters and sweethearts
Pretty Girla. Elegant Gowns. A lothcr
Howard Succ ss
Not How Cheap But How Good.
Seats Now Selling
ONE NIGHT ONLY
e $.. f4 aWMHaaal &&&$ 1&& &
Cotton h brn telling for four jt.
teen cent all week in Anadarl.o
and Friday it told for fourteen and
b oeertar. This i a geod adver-
tisement for Anaetako nJ thould
brine the farmer here. Now l-t
the merchant get Into the nwi-
paper and tell what they liAVr lo
i sit end what lhy will ell it for
That will bring mere trade to
Anttdnrko. Lei bring the people
Lost or Stolen
Ono white bird dog with a fa
targe yollow spots on back Has yel-
low ears Liberal reward wilt be
given Finder pluaso notify mo at
tt F D No 2 Anadarko
It H Langstc
Tho great popularity of the Scbu-
bnrt Lady Quartette Is not only thnir
grand voIcob but alu iiacauso they
study to please tho people. All their
encores aro either amusing or ar-
tistic arrangements" of those sweet
old melodius so dour to all American
hoartB. Hear them at the Opera
Houao on Die. 14.
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"The Little Maid of Nlcobar Etc."
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Nesbitt, Paul & Reinmiller, G. A. Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 249, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 26, 1910, newspaper, November 26, 1910; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82444/m1/1/: accessed February 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.