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Ansxdsxrko Daily Democrat
SHAW A HILL PuiutHrm.
IMiiwton 1. Shaw, Kdltor
J. A. IIn.fi lliiNinchrt Manager
One .o.ir In advance - - $1.00
Six months In advance $JMM)
Tliri'o mouths In advance 1.00
Advertising rutei imtdo known on
Application iniiiiu (or trmiHinlHsinn
through tin' malls tit tho postolllco at
Anidurko, Okliilioinii, us second-class
Anahauko, Oki.a., Nov. 8, 11)01
Ordinance No. 10.
(Continued from )ao 1.)
Offenses Concerning Streets, Side
walks niul Public ami Pri
Driving on Sidewalks, etc.
Sec. 1. Any person who nIi.iII
in the city ride, drive, lend or place
any beast of lmrdeii or vehicle on
any sidewalk or footway, otherwise
tlian necessary for going into or
out of premises owned or occupied
by liini or his employer, when there
in a bridge or carriage-way over
such sidewalk of curb-Atone, ho an
to protect the Haute from injury or
obHtnietion. or shall hitch or fasten
any animal to any pump, well-curb,
fence or railing, or to any ornamen
tal or shado tree, fruit tree or box,
or f rair.o around the name, or to any
awning pout, or lamp pout, lire-plug
or hydrant, or Htreet washer, not
belonging to him or bin employer,
unless permission be given by the
owners, nliall be deemed guilty of a
inisdenieaner ami lined in any sum
not, exceeding fifty dollars.
Digging Streets, Public Grounds.
See. ''. Any person who shall
ilig, remove, or carry away any
earth, sand, gravel, rock or sod, or
shall cut, any trees or brush from
any street, lane or alloy, or from
any public grounds ot the oitv of
Anadarko, without pcrmixsion of
the city council, had and obtained,
shall be deemed guilty of a misde
meanor, and shall be lined in any
sum not exceeding one hundred
Kxeavulioiw in Highways.
Sec. ;t. Any person who shall in
this city make or cause to be made
any excavation m or adjoining a
public place, or street in said oity,
and shall not in some substantial
mniiue secure the same from per
sons or animals falling therein dur
ing the night, shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor and lined
in any sum not exceeding one hun
To Secure Vaults.
See. I. Any person who shall
dig, ( r cause to be dug, in any high
way, thoroughfare or sidewalk in
this city, any vault or other like ex
cavation, and shall not arch or cover
the same over and secure the grat
ing or covering of tho opening
uieieoi in siicii a manner as to pro
Tent persons, animals or vehicles
from falling therein, shall be deem
ed guilty of a misdemeanor and
lined in any sum not exceeding one
Collars, ete. Not to Ho Left Open.
See. -6. Any poison who shall
leave open any cellar door or grat.
nig, on any stretH, thoroughfare or
nidowalk in ilii oity, or shall suffer
any wioh door or graiu belonging
to the pieuufteo ocoitiiij(lor owno 1 by
him m Ik- in an imeeiirW tfoiidltion,
wh6vby pomniu m iti dnngir
of falling into sueh e&llnr .or other
plow, ljall 1. .rei'iiiod guijy 0f a
iuis.donionuor and fined in any sum
t not iwiHiwUng "in- hundred dollars.
.pistni9LJn. giieeu, Utiiis, Alloys
mid Sidewalks, I
hee. it nv person who shall
uvr '(I, auoy, cross
walk, sidewalk or public
grounds, in this city, with any
kind of- vehicle, boxes, lumber,
wood, merchandise, or stopping
teams thereon, or other thing, or
any person who shall deposit any
tilth, rubbish, or such like, on any
mdcwalk or gutter, or any person
who shall limit or refuse to clean off
the sidewalk and gutter in front of
the premises of sueh person, or in
the alley in the rear of such build
ing, when notilied to do so by the
ollicers of said city, or any person
who shall suspend any oblmutioiH
on or across any sidewalk or thor
oughfare so as in any manner to in
terfere with the free pasage over
the same, shall be deemed
guilty a . m i s d e in e a n o r,.
and for such olVeuse shall
be lined in any sum not: exceeding
one hundred dollars; prorided, that
when any persun is engaged in
creeling any building he may occu
py a portion of the street next to
Biieh building for the deposit of
material for a reasonable time, not
exceeding one-third of the width of
such street, and provided further,
that merchants and tradesmen may
use sidewalks without obstructing
the free use anil passage thereof for
the purpose of receiving opening or
shipping goods and merchandise,
and for exhibiting the same, not ex
ceeding two feet Irom their build
Sec. 7. Any person who shall
suspend or put up any sign, box or
fixture which shall extend over or
upon any sidewalk or street less
than seven and one-half feet above
the surface of the sidewalk, or more
than two feet from the building line
shall bo deen ed guilty of a misde
meanor aril lined in any sum not
exceeding fifty dollars; provided,
this section shall not apply to signs
Lamp Posts, Kte., Not to bo Injured
See. 8. Any poison who, in this
city shall hack or otherwise injure
any lamp post, awning post, spout
ing, door, window, railing, porch,
sign, or fence, or any oriiainciit.il or
shade tree belonging to any other
person or persons, or shall wilfully
cut, hack, or otherwise injure any
ornamental or shade trees standing
ob or alongsfde of any sidewalk,
street, lane, alley, or piblie grounds
of this city, shall be deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor and shall be fined
not less than live nor more than one
I'ruit Trees, Shrubbery, Kte.
Sec. U. Any person who shall in
this city wilfully, maliciously, by
or without lawful authority! cut
noun, root up. outer, or injure or
destroy any fruit tree, shade nr m-.
namental tree, cultivated root or
plant, grape or strawberry vine.
shrub or bush whatever, the prop
erty of another, standiiiL' on or
attached to the land of : rm..i I.....
or shall pick, destroy or carry away
therefrom, or in any way interfere
therewith, any part of the fruit
thereof, or shall trespass upon the
premises of another without lawful
intent and authority, or shall wil
fully and without lawful authority
cut down, destroy or root up, or in
any manner injure any fruit, shade
or ornamental tree, shrub or vino
planted or growing on any street,
Do you need CoaJ?
Sec NONAGHAN ft CO.
West of Depot -On lliglitof Way.
Thoy will Troat You Right.
Wanted &. Oice
500 Men to Smoke
Cigar, fit-. Madein Aimlu-ku
Herbert, D. Crosby,
;l ;-. .uv
Ai ul.iilu., O.iluliomii.
Fresh Stock at Lowest Pricey
Your Patronage Solicited
Cor. A and 7th Street.
Dealer Hardware, Staves and
Building Material a Specialty.
We will not be undersold. fj Street, between 5th and 6th.
Y and Confectionery
J. F. Wilke, Prop.
First Block East of Lawton
R.R. Track, Lot 6, Block 39
HAVE YOU TRIED
"The Annie Darkey
I'nt np in tin foil, always fresh. If vou-don't fee tlioiu, call for them.
a siit, near sixth.
Miss Florence Rodman,
Best Accommodations In Anadarko
For The Commercial Trade.
Bus Line to and from Station
For AH Trains.
Rates $2 Per Da,y.
CSlrcet Near 6h.
J. G. INGRAM,
Fresh Candies, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco.
DAILY NKWSI'APKKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
B Street, Between Fifth and Sixth,
Have Just Opened Up
a New Stock of . . .
Give them a call and get prices. A St., between Oth and 7th
Go to August Warner
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes
AND WALL PAPER.
B Street, East of Track, Anadarko, Okla.
(Continued on page r.)
V.xpetll ,ltiji in n.inlnt,
Two fncts aro already demonstrated
by tlie hiktory ot technical schooU
irt. thr t -alalng Ik of practical vnl
vi, ai - z: - five' for Immediate en
Irtcee upc-n their professional work.
.Moreover, under prosont conditions the
atiidont la practically guaranteed a
poeltion on Rraduatlon a matter or
moment to tho younc man who cannot
spend more than four years In the pur
BUlt of higher studio, Second, thf
training u uroiil enough to fit men
I to adjust thomsolvoa to new condlt'o.is
I and to rlso In their professions. -Sit-I
urday Evening Poat.
A New Cigar Factory
m Permanently located here
in a few days and ho
Jicits your patronage.
Will be two of their good
brandB. Both are good
Smokerni'or 5 cents.
F. F. Pa.inler.
East of Lawton
W. E. WHITTON, Proprietor.
We linvi 15c Howard Wlii-key that you drink while the piano play.i
and the pool balls click on thu tallies. All natioiiH welcome
We Are One' of the Boys. Call and See Us.
R Street, between 5th and fth. ;n-3m
Have a xtorerooin and tent full of
F XJ F IM I TTTLJ R E
which they must sell to make room for new goods coming in. Will also
loan money on furniture or other articles of value, without notoriety.
Goods sold on the installment plan.
n Street, ono door Ea.t of Po-totllep. 31-3m
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Reid (H Held
Our line of Pattern Hat, Veilings
and Powders tho most complcto
tasty and strictly up-to-dato in
town. Located on
A Street between 5th and 6th.
MEAT MARKET IN CONNECTION,
J. C. MUNCIE, Manager,
Kvcrj Twentj Dollars' worth of Groceries bought of me entitles tho
ptircha-er to a tine not of (.llwnvai'o. Ask for tickets. Good-, deliv
ered to any part of the eit, .
Anadarko Xailor Shop
Austin & Sigrist, Prop'rs.
Cleaning, Itopairint,', Dvelnjr Gentleinen's Clsthlng. Work executed by
experienced tailor. Conn tvtid see us. C'lothlnfr called for and reti'rmjd If
required, liiit of Lawton Track, off C Streot.
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