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Anadarko, Oklahoma, September 30, 1901
FOR THE NEATEST WORK AND MOST REASONABLE PRICES, HAVE YOUR WORK DONE AT THE DEMOCRAT.
is For Anadarko, Lawton and
I lobar t
VJjHUliiSDAY, UUT. Z4iH for two years and had vainly
They ni. Doolnrotl to Do Cltloo '
thu first CIs-Ju(tKancl
Itiithrio. Ok.. Sept. i!8 Gover
nor Jenkins issued proclamations to
day deelarinjr the towns of Anadar
jco', Lawton and Hobart to he cities
of the Hint elans and ordering elect
ions for eitv oflieors Oetoher, '-' t.
The petitions show the population
of the towns to he: I.awton, ,&f;
Anadarko. si,7M3; llohart, 'J,r50.
, A cit of the lii-nt class must have
.1 population of of not loss than '-',-)U0.
liacii town is divided into
lour wards and the ollieeiHto he el
eeted as follow.: Mayor, police
judge, eitv marshal, street commis
sioner attornej, elrrk, oity treasttr
or of school hoard, two members of
council from each ward, two mem
bers of school hoard from each
ward, two justices of the pence and
The otliccrs will hold until the
regular election in April. Two of
the judges of election in each ward
will he Republican while the third
wj.M he a Democrat. There will he
4ine Republican and one Demo
cratic clerk in each ward. Tho
judges and .clerks by wards ill tho
.different tmviis were appointed by
(tOAcrnor .Tonkins n follows:
Lawton First ward: Judges,
A. JL tobb, (.'. W, Hohannan, by I
Dixn; clerks, J. l Cummins, L.
.1. A. Vollers. Second ward;
Judges, I'. M. Fnglish, .1. C.
Eekii'n, .1. F. I'niil: Hoiks, A. .1.
Toster. It. 1L Coltiu-y. Third
ward: A. If. Morgan, J. C. Tous
ley, J J. Nelson; clerk, L. J.
Kalklosch, L. J. Golf. Fourth
. ward; M. if. Duncan, G. W. Broe,
George D. Bailey; elorks, II. II.
" il.ox. II . Crawford.
Anadarko First Ward: Judges,
lenimoro 15. Xoedham, Arthur K.
Haldwin. C. L: Kirkp.'ilriek: clerks,
11 Hoots. Fred McCahuu.
T-ecowl ward: Judges, Cioorgo W.
Hngg. W S. Foster, Farnost Tow'
lor: dorks. John '. Ilcudryx, Karl
).is. Third ward: Judges,
Allien Slein, Fredrick J fa IV, II.
. Hugo; clerks. Win, T. Housli,
John Lane. Fourth ward: Judges,
U alter F. Dikens. W. II. Meyer,
II 15. Mitchell; clerks, Dennis
Brown, Randall Livosuv.
Illolurt Mist warn: .iiumes. .i
II Herald, J V llrinton,.! V Morris;
o'erks, Edward Durban, George
'Jurnham. Second ward: Judges,
D S Walllngcr, S A Whittingt n,
H H Hadlock; clerks, J P Evans.
W B Paul. Third ward: judges,
(j D Moixe, J it Laws, v" t judkimv,
clerks, o Wfthittaker, L. . Ity
der. Fourth ward; judges, j A
Uurr, G 13 (Jordon, J H Crump";
elerks, F E watson, w h Robbins.
The result of the elections is
-waited with interest by Oklahoma
Yolilicians. rlie Republican party
'TW that it is in the minority in
It J new country althongh it is po-
meVjlt tlmt Hobart may be perina-
nently Republican. The Republi
,:uw claim Lawton upon u late poll
but the accuracy. of the poll, A
residence of six months is nereis
nary before a person can vote, in
Oklahoma. This will disfranchise
a largo number of Democrats from
Texas and Indian Territory, uiuu
' the April electioii. Should the
Democrats he defeated in October,
.'I but bv a narrow margin, Republican j
WWeat next spring wilMie alraota
irertntiii). me '""""-''"ffla'yy"
next month will be f'mghtfltrwyj
along party lim.
Kansas Oity Packer-His
1:iiim:im City, Mo.. Sept. 27 IC.
. Armour, the pucker, died at his
residence heto at 0 o'clock this af tor
noon. 31 r. Armour suffered with
liright's disease and a weak heart;
and had been sinking gradually fr
lliicc dnvs. Mr. Anuor hud been
nought nnprovenieiit at various
health roortK in the east and south
Last summer he went to Glen Falls,
X. Y., hut he sulYeied n relapieand
was sent homo there weeks a?" on a
special train to die. He showed
improvement until Thursday when
he took a serious turn for the worse.
Ivirkland 1L Aimour was born at
Stockbridge. X. V., in 18fil. He was
the son of Andrew WaUon Ar
mour, who was for many years con
spicuously indent if icd with tho Ar
inour interests in Kausasl'ityaud
entered the packing house firm in
187'J. After the death of his father,
he was made i'-e president and gen
eral manager of tho Kansas City
branch and upon the death in 18U8,
of S. Ii. Armour, he succeeded to the
presidency, lie was in the dneetor
ies of half a doeu Kansas City con
cerns. .Mr. Aimour -has hem for
yeari a breeder of blooded heifers
and on his farm nonr Kansas City
had sonic of the finest stock in the
I'uitcd States, included among them
I'oiug many importations from the
iMiglieh roI herd. lie was twice
president of the Xatinu.il llerford
Breeders asocial on. ii r. Armour
leaves a wife and thee children.
Tinklehaugh Hfirthvnro Uo-. to build
a Now Storo ou B Btr08t.
The itout met was let Saturday 'or
a new g&vlul) store building on 15
Street to be oucupind by the Tiukle
augh Hardware Co. Kensit JJros.,
contractors were awaided the build
ing cgiitruct the lumber will be fur
iiislad by the wide awake linn ot
J, S. Ma Held Lumber Co. Mr.
McKciuion the enterprising Mana
ger of the Muylichl Lumber Co.,
is a gieal hustler and the amount of
l.ijnibcr nou being furnished in dif
ferent pails of the ejty Speaks well
lor the company ninljts manage
Verde V. IJnrdo.islle left last night
for Anadarko. in the now country,
where he expects to make his future
homo. .Mr. Iiaidoat!e goes to
engage in the pra'-tite of his prof
ession, law, and will no doubt soon
take a front position in the new city
He has been a losidcut of Oklahoma
City for the past throe yeais, and
leaesinany friends, both business
and social, who regret his departure
He is at present chairman the dem
ocratic city central committee, and
is also secretary of the democratic
territorial committee. He 1 as always
hern an active paitisnn and we shall
eipeel to hear from him, both
politically and professionally, in
his new home Oklahoma City Da
The Commercial Club will meet
tonight in the Millc.- building at
eight o'clook sharp. All members
are urged to be presontas important
business matters will come up.
By Order of Committee.
Look out for the Illinois Grocery
Cp. We have cut loose at both
ends. Special sales this week; IC
lbs. of 8iigar,.nnd 8 pounds of coffee
for onlv 81.00.
Divers & Co. ere certainly there
LWJtht.tliii.goodB, nml It iiat no mis-
MtwSantrmf '"d wainrwperndjgarded as the best trainer of hunt
V . F. Smith for food and llour.
Hi in the maker and holder in prices.
Went C street. IwlJt
Siil Barrett has left Anadarko for
Knid, Oklahoma where ho will ou
ter the employment of Divers ib Co.,
See the good things to eat in the
Florence Hotel's .Menu in another
Loliiimi of this issue.
Hnx')ke tt Austin have two car Toads
of iiiiillnri) im the i-o.ul to Anmlurko.
One fnim St. Louts and one from Kan
sas City. It Is ulljiew, swell uml strict
I up to date.
Miss Gwendolcna Williams who
for the past two weeks has been
stopping at the Hotel Florence leav
es this afternoon for her home in
'Palace Market. Goods delivered
to all parts of the city. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Frank Manning.
Guarantee Loan and Building
Co., a building; Loan and Savings
Bank of Dallas, Texas, with plenty
of money to make loans. C. L.
Heath, agent, Anadarko,
4,Ed" one of the members of the
popular firm of "Bill and Ed's" is
rapidly improving and will doubt
less be out again this week. His
family came from Oklahoma city last
Brooke V Austin, the undertaker's
cai vy a complete assortment of adults'
ami childrens' robes and shoe. They
aro prepared to attend calls at all
hours, day and night.
Youngheim Clothing Co. have
just received a line lino of men's
and hoys' shoes. Xorth of square.
The Anadarko Steam , Laundry
will be open in about a week with a
thorough steam equipment and our
work will be equal to any in the
country. Wait and watch for us.
Wilcox, Agent for Anheuser
BukcIi beer in this city spent Sunday
in Lawton, returning today.
George Sutton, traveling circu
lation agent for the Kansas City
Star spent Sunday in Anadarko as
the guest of Fred R. Zillar.
J. O. Lewis left Sunday for Kan
sas City. He made many warm
friendsheroand wo regret that he did
make Anadarko his home.
Jed' rnnnlngham the genial ag
out for Vnl Blatz beer is visiting
with his family in Paula Kansas.
He will return this week accompan
ied by his wife and child.
The olayion.eafe has secured the
services of Jess R( no of If not
one of the best short order eooks
in the west. We understand that
a rival lunch house offered him fc7G
per month, but clayton smilea and
sayB: "They did not oome quite
An Indian by the name of Haglett
started for Washington, D. C. to
day to request the Secretary of the
Interior to set aside his allotment,
whioh is near Fort Cobb, for a
townsite. He has influential back
ers who are interested in the
A. J. Kelley and family will leave
Mound City, ilo., the first of this
week for Anadarko. They will
bring all their household goods and
make our city their hpme. Several
other families will move here from
Mo., shortly, among others the fam-l
ily of Mr. Joe Conley.
Mr. Cobb, a noted and expert
dog trainer passed through Anadar
ko this morning enroute for Law-
ton where he files on claim number
5080 tomorrow. lie has about 20
dogs in training, among thtin a
line setter puppy, owned by Presi-
Roosevelt. Mr. Cobb isre-
J. II. Keck, a on Hi; man about
J.i yojti-s of age, stout and Inntj.
made n brutal nud unprooked at
tack upon V.. Austin of the tirni ot
Austin it Sigrist hint Friday night
Mr. Austin had burned some trash
upon his lot in the rem- of his sltojt
Friday morning and it seemed to
iiiceusu Keck who lodges two doors
from AiiBtius. He came into Aus
tin's shop Friday night and told him
he must not burn any more trash
without his (Keek's), pt-rmiMsiou.
Austin politelj, resented hiii-Ii a fool
ussuinption of authority whereupon
Keek sir tick him in the breast
knocking him down.
Austin is a very delicate iimu and
physlctilly1inab.lc to defend himself
in an attack from ns strong a
man as Keek.
He has hem l trouble and about
thirty minutes after the assault he
fainted. Dr. C. O. Cnuitoii was
called and stated that if the blow
had been two inches lower it would
have killed him. A warrant is oit
for Keck but hr cannot be found.
We give Kooks initials as J. II. ,
but We may have them wrong, if so
we would bo pleased to have Keck
correct us as wo are anxious to have
him well and rightly known.
Jiut received, by the Youngheim
Clothing Co., a fine line of men's
and boys' shoe. Xorth of sqnurc.
Palace ilurktn, 0sters, Celery,
and Dressed Poultrj a specialty.
Orders taken and goods delivered
to any part of thocitv.
The A. O. IT. AV., one of the lar
gest and best fraternal orders in the
United States will shortly organize
a lodge in tint city. It is useless
to mention the stability and respon
sibility of this staid old order
Thev urge all who would lik
to attend. Mr. T. Vl)r.iMUll,
the o'-gani.or, roporteitood lodge
in Lawton.- lie is u uongonial gun
tleman. Watch for duto of meeting
The W. II. Edward, handsome
two story building on south side
square and A street will Ik? iead
for occupancy Oct. 1st with elegant
furnished rooms upsUim, and a so
loot line of boots and shoes down
The Owl is all it represents -wide-awake
and alwnvs ready to
treat its friends ijprdially. Call
and see us ou the north fia. udaw
Fred Uurnsiile. is'liyUil in Okar
.I()linTlurtisibl the senior mem
ber of the populmHirm of Riirnside
i!,.,.ii,,.,- : ,..,:... :n v
wii'tiirin, irt iitini' ilia ",
J. A. Ku'igjit, W. IJ. Townseiid,
Walt Renvois, Harry Hurt, Hop
Cloud and Art Pettijohn. of Chick
asha, spent Stindny in Anadarko.
For jakoB of all kinds go to th.
Anadarko Baking Co.
Nnrsory Stook for Sale
I am agent for the IToiue Nur
sery, Lawrenco, Ivan. My home is
here among you. An thirty years
in this country and know what fruit
will do. Leave orders at Pfnff's
hardwaro store or at lot o', block 2
I will sell stock to tho end of this
month for fall delivery.
J. A. Bkckrh.
Inference: T. F. Woodan),
Pros. Fi.rst Nat. bank; Judgo Crutit
Notice Is lioroby given that Benj.
Johnson has tiled hi the office of the
county elerk his petition for liquor 11
criiic to sell malt, hpirituou,and inmis
liquors at retnll upon lot 1. block HW,
in the town oUOadilo, Oenln county,
Oklahoma, anil ihut- iinn-.. k mon
strance or protost 1 tiled inn otiico
on or before October i, JU'II, nn,'
cation will be jfi-anted npd
Given undor my hand this .'I
of September, 1001.
I)KK HAT-UNUlUt. CoUt.
Aneic!eirlo Tailor Shop
'Austin & Sigrist, Prop'rs.
' leniiinir. lt imiriiig, Dyeing Oontlemon's Clothing. Work executed by
exnei i need tailor. onto uml see us. Clothing called for and roturnd it
iii,uneil l m of 1 , m ion Track, olTC Street.
Pafost Beer is
Bhe Best Made.
BEWARE of IMITATIONS.
Do yoi iced CooJ?
See M0NAGHAN . CO.
West of Depot On Right of Way.
They will Treat You Right-
TWIN BROS. BAKERY
Ih now prepared to de
liver to ony purl of the
Bakery on I) Street north of
Depot. HeHtaurant in
See Wagon on Street.
II. Bcrg-dorf & Son.
JV"V 'Jtl&A JL Jm
Advertise your Want, For J tent,
FbVftklo, In fact nmlu your wants
koownln the DmtooitAT tlioy hrlug
A goort lady compositor wanted
at the Democrat office. Cull at
W itiiled Buyers for a carload of
horses, ou Tuesday, Oct 1. To bo
sold at private sale.
Position wanted by a competent
man Any kind of honest work.
Address A, care Doiuoemt.
Wauted a good milch cow. Call
at Hon Ton restaurant. C street
A good saddle pony and saddle.
kAddroes H. in cure Democrat.
Bliu- I'tiint IlestniTiniiV fixture
for sale or lease liKieTwisiiing
a bargain call at ,,m'fc"jbSjA
Not in is lioroby glveiif that- Franl:
WiiLius h m Jllad In tho olllco of the
( omit i i ivlits petition for license to
sell in iii, -.wrttuotis and vinous liquors
nt re i. ul in thiJ town of Apacho, Caddo
.oint. , OklatuJliia, on lots 21 and 22 In
Mock 1. H.W. TJWIslon, town of Caddo,
I Hid Unit unlcMifci'amortRtr.uico or protest
is Uli-d in uiy'p()$Ce7o'h or buforo October
itu. 1UOI, ysul tUdUloii will bo granted
and license tsSurate;
Given uiHlSt Jvfiand this 2lst day of
Dvkr B.?i,t?ioBn, County Clerk.
w .LIQUOB l)TIOE.
Notld is horohy given that Louis L.
Mnrkfwrt, hht flfod his petition in the
CIoikflofllae of Caddo County, Oklaho
ma Twvttsrj, lot a Uconso to sell at
retail, Mt splrltous aiul vlnouillquors
upon the 8." W.. of tho S. W. of aoc'
tionS, 'JfqwjiM(hp7 0aniQ8 Wost, I.
M. Jn mlA fikjWity and Territory and
thitt uhltNW proTust or objection to the
ijame llleU'uu or before tho 8th daj
ofOcUthur lOpls-Hld petition will bo
Vntjes my hand and seal this the
23rd clay of tieptmnher 1001
Dyke BuUinor, County Clerk.
I)W,jfQV -visit the ICloudyke .and
mlrJiiU. of their iinn ojd whis-
W ,(X J0j hniullo i wines
d oigjirrt unil they artj jirep'Srjd to
Miss Cassidy announces her
Millinery Opening on
Saturday, Sept. 28, 1901
Ladies are especially invited
to be present. Cray's Store,
South Side of B St., near 5th
J. M. SchoeAheit
to Year's Praotloa.
CHET HIBBS. "
Plasterer and Bricklayer.
Guarantees satisfaction. Price low tt
tho lowost. Leave orders at Black-
smith shop north of stock
CENTRAL MEAT MARKE'i.'
Choice Line of FreU
and Cured Meats. Goods
'Delivered to any part !
H. K. ADAMS, Prp.
B Street between 5th and ath.
Fresb. Stodk at LoweatPricei
Your Patronage Solicited
Cor. A and 7th Street.
Miss Florence Rodman,
Best Accommodations In Anadarko
For The Commercial Trade,
Bus Line to a.nd from S.U
For All Train's.
Rates $2 Per Dy.
Good Meals '
C Street Near (tk.
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gat you hospitably, 'Jwdtt