Anadarko Datily Demoorot.
Volume 1 .
Anadarko, Oklahoma, October I, 1901.
FOR THE NEATEST WORK AND MOST REASONABLE PRICES, HAVE YOUR WORK DONE AT THE DEMOCRAT.
Democrats to Meet Next
To ins Demochats or Tin: City
or Asadauko, Gueetixo: Pur;
Miant to the instructions of the Dem
ocratic Oiitr.il Committee of the
City of Anadarko, at a called meet
ing held on Monday, Sept. 30th,
11)01, a delegate convention of the
Democrat of :iiil City of Anadar
ko if herein called to meet and a-
m-mlilc at .Miller m Nail, on '"'"'
la r. llie eiL'hlli tlav ol uetoucr,
IDOl.at the hour of ten o'clock a.
m., for the )iirj)OHU of nominating
a complete city ticket to be voted
for on October 24th, 1901,. as pro
vided in the proclamation of the
governor of Oklahoma Territory.
Each ward of said city shall be
entitled to ten delegates in said con
tention, who tdiajl rhoone at ward
mans meeting held by the Demo
crats in each of the respective wards
at mass meetings to be called by the
committeemen tnereof. at which
!,ill IIKIHU 1 1 1 1 I t ! 1 1 1 ' K llDIllllll'CH l(r
,o members of the citv t:ollll,il .
and school board respectively, shall
be selected .
All Democrats of the City of
Auadnrko are inyited to participate
in Baid mass convention and assist
in the election of a ci-y ticket,
whether qualified to vote at the elee
tion or not.
P. P. Shaw,
Chairman of Demeeratie City Cen
K avium. Ljvi:si:y, See.
First Ward Democrats Attention,
There will be a mass meeting ol
Firm Ward Democrats at the olliee
.if the Missouri Lumber Co., on C
nireet on Ilonday evening, Oct. 7th,
:it eiglit o'clock, for the purpose of
selecting ten delegates to the demo
cratic city convention to be held in
.Miller's Hall, October 7th, lttOl,"
ami two nominees for the city coun
cil and sejiooj board, respectively,
Ah provided by r;jlj of the Demo
cratic City Central Committee.
,r. L. Uyuni:, Central Com.
Second Ward Domocrats Attention
There will be a meeting of the
Second Ward Dejiocrats at the An
adarko Dumoer.it olliee. C and tUh
streets, on Monday evening, Oct.
7th, 1901, at eight o'clock, for the
the purpose of selecting ten dele
gates to the democratic city conven
tion to be held in Miller's Hall,
October 8th, 1001. and two nouii
iift'n for the city council and school
board respectively, a provided by
call of the Democratic City ('mitral
P. P. Sham, (
J. II. Ki:iti:.
Third Wa-d Democrats! Attention
There will lieu mass meeting of
the Third Ward Democrats at the
probate court room, on Monday
evening, Oct. 7th, 1001, at eight
o'clock, for thr purpose of select
ing ten delegates U the democratic
citv convention to be held ju Mil
ler's Hall October 8th. liiOJ, and
two nominees for the city council
and school board, respectively, as
provided by call of the Democratic
City Central Committee.
W. W. Pn.cE, . c , c
Pourth Ward Domoorats, Eoad
Thero will bo a mass-meeting of
tho Fourth ward Democrats at tho
olliee of Green cfc Sockctt, corner
Seventh and li streets, on Monday
evening, October 7, at 8 o'clock,
for tho purpose of. selecting ten
delegates to the Democratic city
convention, to be hold in Miller's
Hall, October 8, 1001, and two
nominees for tho city council and
school board respectively, as pro
vided by a call of the Democratic
Potition the Railroad
October, 1, lUUl.
H. A. Parker, Ktq.,
Vice Pica , and Gcn'l., 3Ig'r.,
C. R. I. &P. R. R..
Dear Sir, We, the undersigned
members of the Anadarko Comiuei
oul Club, busineEBs men of Anadar
ko, and Cnddo County, have been
informed that the passenger train
whieli ban been and U now running
between Kl Kciio and Law ton.
,.viii.' the former eil at ::!.' n. hi.
and returning in the evening, is to
lie diseontinued between (Miiekashn
and El Reno after October, 5th, aud
respectfully petition that such course
bo ro-onsidercd and in support of
our petition submit the following
The train refoiied to is the only
method afforded uh to conveniently
reach the html olliee of this district
aud is the most eoiiyenient method
of transportation to the wholesale
centers of the territory.
The patronage of this train has
ben large and e believe it is suf
iiciently profitable to justify us ii
El Reno is not only the location
ol our land olliee of this district but
is a Commercial point we are obliged
to 'reach and the discontinuance of
this train will practically isolate us
from the laudoliice and seriously in
terfere with our commercial facili
ties. In addition to the eontinuariof of
this train, we solicit your favor
able consideration of the proposi
tion to inaugurate a train service
from this point west toMunpumand
return to connect with the Kl Reno
and I.awton train
The above petition will be circu
lated among the citi.eiis of Anadar
ko and every one should sign it. a
the- discontinuance" oiVthii.''U,Hint
would seriously diseoinndc Anadar
In accordance with the earnest wishes
of my friends. 1 hereb.i announce m.i
candidal)' for tlip nomination of chief
of police of the city of Anadarko, ul
ject to the action of the Dunyn'ratlpcon.
leuUoii. J. V. llKKi.n .
At the earnest Eolicitation of my
friends and political acquaintances.
I have decided to becoino a' candid
ate for street commissioner of the
city of Andarko -subject f the ;.
tioii of thu democratic convention.
1", I.. Hot,i.iNKi:.n.
I desire to aiiimiiiicn my eandi
dacv for the olliee of citv council
man from the 'ltd ward for the city
of Anadarko subject to the Demo
.1. O. Imskam.
I desire to aiiijpuncc myself as a
candidate for the iioiniiotinu of
councilman front the flnl ward, sub.-
ject to the democratic convention.
(toveriHU .ieukiifs lias Issued his
proclamation declaring Anadatko a
city of the first 'Mass and calling an
election for October 2th. The
Democratic party must be prepared
to enter this campaign armed and
equipped for victory. On next
Saturday night there will bo a big
Democratic mass meeting in Mil
ler's Hall at eight o'clock. Good
fipeakers will be ongagod for tho oc
casion and every Democrat in the
city is urged to attend and lend his
voico aud oouuoil to this tho open
big meeting of tho campaign.
Victory is within our reach if every
Democrat will do U'ib duty. Stand
shoulder to shoulder and present an
unbroken phajanx to tho common
enemy. Come out and bolp to
make thja tyg'rajly enthusiastic and
A Trip to tho Koooho Hills
Their are many places of interest
to be visited by lovers of scenery
landscape, Mountains and wood
clad hills in the surrounding coun
try and most of the inhabitant! be
ing ctvangcrs arc unfamiliar with
them. There are battle fields, (it
one cares to retrace Indian tradi-
ti6n,) mountains, valleys and can
ons that are both pleasing to the
eye and also historic.
One of the prettiest spot we
tunc been able to find, is out
among the Keechi hills southeast of
town at a distance ol 10 miles
There upon a mountain of about
yoo feet elevation, you can see the ,
surrounding country for miles. A
party consisting of Miss Christina
Deck, Miss Gail Hamilton, Mr.
Russell Monroe and Mr. J A. Hill
of the Demochat, with a lunch bas
ket of no mean si.e, laden with all
the good things the Florence Hotel
is capable of producing (and by the
wav thev were not a few, as a trial
will show,) on Sunda visited these
hills. The trip was an interesting
one, but made more so on account
of a few adventures we underwent,
The country round about is as level
as can lie but as abruptly as '
a precipice rise these i;raud old !
hills that seems to be round ad
though hewn by human hand. The
winds of ages seems to have worn
them down to the hard rock and left
them a thing to be admired. On
an allotment of an old Indian bear
ing the title showing that in days
gone he was a mighty warrior of
hit tribe, Big Whip, is a mountain
of ef-pecial interest. it is about
two hundred feet in diameter, about
2."0 feet in lu ight and on top is as
level almost as though tho hand of
man had hewn these hard rocks.
From it you can see that majestic
range, the Wichita- including Mt.
tScoVt, which looms up in- -all -her
glory, Mt, Sheridan to the west of
her, almost as grand but not quite
as high. The brightness of the day
J was somewhat dulled bv the smoke
of a prairie fire that had been raging
for a day or two, which destroyed
about 100 tons of hay for a man oc
cupying a claim that takes in the
point of the mountain, or the view
of the surrounding country would
bo most grand, The party ate their
lunch by a spring on the farm of
Big Whip, who was the means of
furnishing a singletree for the sur
rey which the driver, while engros
sed in the beauties of the surround-
ing country or bv the thing of beau-i
tv at l is side, ran into a stump and
broke. Hqying camera in the ware dealer, for the lijst boy baby
party, they succeeded ii) securing1 m,'" ' Anadarko, has been called
1 , . , ! for bv the patents of the bov baby
some good views. I hev enjoved I . '. . ' , ... .
who claims to be the lucky lumber
themselves Immensely climbing jaI1( f t.mlH, . ,.,, ;uiiln mi
those rough and rugged mountains, ,jyfci ,. r-m, w i, aw.inje,i t0
returned home by the moonlight Mr. and Mrs. . I. W. Murdock. The
for which Oklahoma is famous. ' buggy will be on exhibition in the
j j window of ICarl'reger's furniture
I store for a ucek.
Commercial Ulub Mooting ; 4 ....
The Copipierclal piub pet last AiOthor Resnpctod Citizen Qono
night in Miller's Hall, with -President
Duttou in the chair.
There was an extended discussion
on the topic, "Good of the Club."
Speeches were made by Judge .John
A, Wimlerly, McKnight, Voun,
Judge Cmm,' T C. Wopdip and P.
The committee on municipal
affairs roported the purchase of
ladders an a fire bell. Tho bell is
a very fine ono, original cost SCO,
but tho committee secured it for
'520.00. It will bo erected in the j
yard of tho Brown Lumber Co. Tho
committee on cemeteries and pani
tation were continued.
Chairman Dutton received a let.
ter from Wm. Recce, stating that
if tho cltih mode a strong and united
effort thoy could havo an extension
of tho Frisco road to-Anadarko. It
is to bo devoutly fubped that the
olnli will take nuicl: HtMis to nreaont
our claims and advaptages to tho
Did you visit the Klondike and
get a drink of their tine old whis
keys? They also handle Hue wines
and cigars and they am prepared to
treat you hospitably. 2wd8
Just received, by tho Younghoini
Clothing Co., a fine line of men's
ami boys' shoos
North of stpiure.
Palace Market, Oysters, Celery, !
and Dressed Poultry a special!) .
Orders taken ami goods delivered I
'to any part of thc-ity. ,
l-Vd Dinkier, of the Dinkier
Rrothers durgstore on 15 street, was
at Apache yosterday to find trace of
a fine bird dog whioh was stolen
from him last week. Ho valued
the animal at BOO and fears he can
not recooi it.
The Owl is all it represents
wide-awake and always read", to
treat its friends cordially. Call
and see us oil the north side. th'u
Hurtle A' Sutton carry a fine line
of whiskies, They are leaders in
their line. See them on the noith
The Mayfield Lumber Co. have
just unloaded several cars of as fine
lumber as can be found in Okla
homa. It' is now stacked in their
yards on east B. street.
Earnest Taylor is from Enid, and
has always been a fighting Demo
crat, having given material aid in
carrying that city for Democracy.
He has his family here, and will
work for the succosb of the party
whether nominated or not.
W. E. Smith for feed and Hour.
He is the maker and leader in prices.
West C street. Iwl3
What cures, and keeps vou free
.from 1ck-'vhuadaeheyw'Wiv Dr.
Caldwell's Sirtiji I'ep.sdm . Sold by
O. C. Stephenson.
J. G. Ingram is an avowed candi
date for the nomination of council
man on the Democratic ticket. Mr.
Ingrain is one of our solid business
men and a thorough, true Demo
crat. A great many of his friends
have urged him to make the race,
and his announcement is the result.
Divers it Co. ere certainly there
with the goods, and that no mis
take, when it comes to painting aud
paper hanging and wall paper and
The baby buggy presented by
Carl Preger, furniture and hard
To the c-ty to take treatment for
his stomach trouble. The amount
of money he paid for railroad fare
to get there would Have bought
enough of Dr. Caldwell's Pepsin
to have kept him and lu's entire
family in good health for six
months. You can't suffer from
Constipation, Indigestion, Sick
Headache or Stomach troubles if
you take this remedy. In 50c and
$1 bottles. Sold by 0. C. Stephen
son. Nursery Stook for Srtlo
'I am agent for tho Home Nur
sery, Lawrence, Kan. My homo is
I here among you. An thirty years
" d"9 country and know what fruit
will do.. Leave orders at Pfaff's
hardware stove or at lot 0, block 2
I "" sel 8touk t0 tll UU1 of M"
1 month f or fall delivery,
Hefcreuccn: T. F. Woodard,
Pres. First Nat. liauk; Judge Crum
Anadarko Tailor Shop
Austin & SigHstBrop.'rs.
"lenniiiR, Itepalrlntr, Dyeing Gentlemen's Clothing. Work executed by
experienced tailor. Come and seo us. Clothing called for and returned If
required, l&wt of Lawton Track, olf C Street. .
Fabst Beer is
&Ae Best Made.
BEWARE o IMITATIONS.
TWIN BROS. BAKERY
Is now prepared to de
liver to ony part of the
Bakery on D Street north of
Depot. Restaurant in
See Wagon on Street.
H. Bergdorf & Son.
Advertise your Wants, For I tent,
For Sale, In fact make your wants
koown-ln tho Dkmochat they brinp
A good lady compositor wanted
at the Democrat olliee. Call at
Wanted Uuyors for a carload of
horseB, on Tuesday, Oct 1. To be
sold at privato sale.
Position wanted by a competent
man. Any kind of honest work.
Address A, care Democrat.
Wanted A girl, white or colored
to do general work in the kitchen.
Perry Hestauraut, north of Square.
Wanted a good milch cow. Call
at Bon Ton restaurant. C street
A good saddle pony aud saddle.
Address II, in care Democrat.
Blue Point Restaurant fixtures
for sale or lease. Parties wishing
a bargain call nt once.
Notice is hereby given that Henj
Johnson has filed in thu office of the
county cleric his petition for liquor 11
cense to sell malt, spirituous nud vinous
liquors at retail upon lot 12, block 100,
In tho town of Caddo, Caddo county,
Oklahoma, and Unit unloss renion
6tranco or protoit Is filed In my olllco
on or boforo October 7, 1001, bald appli
cation will be granted and license
Given under my hand this .21st day
of Septombor, 1001,
DYr. IlALLlNGrn, County Clerk
Notlco Is horeby given that Frank
Wlnans hao filed In tho olllco of tho
County Clerk, his petition for license to
sell malt, spirituous and vinous liquors
at retail in tho town of Apache, Caddo
county, Oklahoma, on lots 21 and 22 in
block 1, S.W. Division, town of Caddo,
and that unlo " uinonstranco or protest
Is filed lu my olllco on orbofproOctobor
"th, 1D01, said potltkra will bo granted
and llceuso Issued.
fltvnn llnrlnM mv Iiiii ,l,le 01e Am,
' Dviaj Balunoeb, County Clovk.
W. A. WARRINGTON,
7th and B wtreotH.
Do you need CoaJ?
See MONAGHAN ft CO.
West of Depot On Right of Way.
Thoy will Troat You Right.
J. M. Schoenheii
to Yonr'a Prnctloc
CHET HIB.BS, -VJt
Plasterer and Brlckfaycr. i
uiiunvniecs saiismciion. rrlce ior m
smith shop north of uovk tf, f'
yards, AnadarkV . nS ,l
CENTRAL MEAT MARrk'IY
Clini T,in nt ' Jft-AuMiH
. " ;:: rrsw
ana uured Meats. (iof j
T)n1lTrkTAl - n AnM 2 '.'In
City. J j
H. K. ADAMS, Prep.
B Streot between 5th and Oth.
PVesh Stock at Lowest Price
Your Patronage Solicited
Cor. A and 7th Streets
Miss Florence Rodman.
Best Accommodations In Annkrku
For The Commercial Trade. "J"'
Bus Line to a.nd hxmv Station
For All Tr8,iSV
Rates $2 Per Day.
C Street Near 6th.
Tho W. H. jEdWard, bddjome
two story building, oa soutk t tide
squaro and A street will be tMdy
for occupancy Oct. let with eiega
furnished rooma upntaire, add
lect liuo of bootaaad afcoe dow.
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