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title: 'Anadarko daily democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.) 1901-190?, November 08, 1901, Image 8',
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It Should Be at Ana
darko TheTime to Do is Now
Lot tho (Jommoroinl Olnb and All
Oitizons Work For It
WuoliliiKtnn, Nov. II. Thi' secretary
of thu Interior has decided to postpone
tho consideration of tlu plan tocoiiMill
ilato tho Oklahoma City nnil Guthrie
l.ind (lNti'lcU in Oklahoma until u thor
ough Investigation win he made Into
lint condition of nil tin- eight lunil dis
tricts of thu territory fronted ueder
former nets of congress. It litis become
apparent that there ure more hind dis
tricts in the territory than the land
olllco Inislnoss Justin and Hoerotiiry
Hitchcock dcouis It wlio and prudent
to take tho entire business up and con
sider It at one time rather than by
Commissioner Hermeun, of tho jjenerl
land olllco has been called upon for a
report Hhowin the condition of each of
tho eight land olllces In the territory
and o recommendation for the ocolMi
iiiunt of such laud hl-itricts which ure
found to be most centrally located and
convenient to tho-so homesteaders who
have not perfected titles to their prop
erty. Last week Commissioner Hermann,
In responco to a request from thu sec
retary, submitted a recommendation
for tho abolishment of the Oklohoma
land district and Its consolidation with
Outhrle, Manguni and l'.l Ileno dis
tricts. This is satisfactory so far as it
goes, but It does not go far enough.
Asa redisricting of all the olllees Is
rendered Imperative within the near
future, Secretary Hitchcock can see no
ad vantage gained in taking up this case
how and others later on. Such a coure
would only lead to confusion and prove
annoying and vexatious to the ollleials
of tho department.
As soon us tho information called for
from tho commUsioner, which cannot
bo furnished for several weoki-, Is re
ceived, the secretary will take up the
entire subject und bundle it in a com
plete and eomprohen-lvo manner. It
seems probable that thu three olllccs
abolished will lie those at Oklahoma
City, Kingfisher und Alva.
Publio Sohool Toxt Books-An Ex
planation Hcgnrdlng the text Imoks In use In
mir public schools, I feel thatan o.xpla"
nation is due fiom me to the people of
this city, who have been patronizing
Mothvin's Institute. When It was de
cided, In response to numerous applica
tions to admit pupils from the city Into
our school to s.ivc them from cMru
oxpenso when the public schooN
should open, 1 used all diligence to as
certain the course of htudy of the pub
lic scIuhiIs and the text Iwioks that
would 1k ued. I culled upon Mr. Tur
ner, the county superintendent of pub
lic schools, and from htm secured the
de-lred information. To avoid "tholos-.
incident to a diversity of text books," I
ilnd that tho Oklahonm legislature
passed a law Nov. 12th 1S97, directing
the Territorial Siiicrintendoiit of Tub.
Ho Instruction to make a live yenrs con
tnict with publishers for uniform text.
books for the Oklahoma publio schools
This contract was made and does not
expire till some time next year. Tho
list of books included in that contract
arc on Mo in line olllco of the county
.superintendent. These I instructed the
pupils to buy, feeling sure that they
-would bo secure from the oxpenso of
othorto.Nt books when tho publloschools
opened. If thore has hcuuuuhuug'ound
consequence extra expense 1 am not re
sponsible for it. 1 feel that this e.xpla
jii'tlon is duo since some are disposed
Jo censuro me.
.1. J. Mjjtvix,
P. S. I would suggest that If tho pub
lishers have agreed to furnish other
books than tho-e named la the contract
list, they ought to take up, without
loss to pupils, tho.e that havo been
bought of thucontractllstnotnowused.
J. J. M.
Attontion Ladies of tho Q. A. R.
All inembers aro requested to meet
Saturday Nov. Dili at two o'clock nt
.lukge Crums olllee, In court house.
New members desired.
H order of the Committee.
Bargains in Rolinquishmont
And city property. I'urtner wanted
in goodeuylng business. Stock of goods
to trade for lot on court house square.
Cheup house. Lodging house: bakery.
Tiiulo town property In St. Louis and
other towns In MIsmiui'I and other states
for elthorulty orcountry property here,
l-'or any kind of sale or trade call on
.1. L. HYUN'ICfc CO.
Up stairs In telephone building, north
sldo court house square.
ANADAUKO, O. T.
lames Hrown sold lumber yesterday
to John Mer'urland for his building
which he is putting up on C All cut east
of Sixth. Ho will put up a 1,700 build
ing and engage in the genorul mer
James Hrown bus Mulshed tho paint
ing about his lumber yard and his of
tlco is as pretty a piece of work as can
be found In the city.
S. It. Hurley and wife, It. T. Har
rington und wife, and Fred M. Johnson
of Marsallles Illinois, wero a party at
the Hotel 1' lorence, arriving yester
day. They ure well pleased with Ana-
Dr. K. :. Clark, of Oakley, Ult
imas, arrived in this city yesterday.
(!o to Bob it Pete's place forfla
good lunch. I!1,,tf.'
Tho .Anadarko Transfer Ql'oJ
moves anything. Tel. !. ilUtf
Anadarko TransferCo., is located
with .Ino. ICelley on east C Street.
Tel. (111. a8tf-&
Say did you see those hot draft
coal healers at Duncan it Lconhard
They are beauties. 41tf
When wanting a picnic wagon
call on tlie Auadarko Trans
fer Co. rhone (111. illl-tfjF'A
See tliu Auadarko Brick Co. for
nil kinds of building brick. A good
supply constantly on hand.
lust received a line line of guns
ammunition, bunting coats mid bug
gies at Duncan & Jfjonhard. Mtf
Verde V. Ilardcastle, city attor
ney, now has his olliee in the I or
gan building, south of the public
.Mitchell it llardcasiie, lawyers,
invite their friends to call on them
at their jmw olliee rooms, Nos. t!
and :t in the l.Ioj-gnn building.
"Up-to-Palo" Furnishings, Boots,
Shoes, I hits, etc. The finest line
of Men h anil Boys' Underwear in
the city Clarke it Boone. I'Jtf
Thu Uecco Agency lias cash cus
tomers for six residence lots in Aua
darko and leu claims within twelve
miles of the city. Listyour'propcrty
if you wish to sell it. Slt2
Kor Sale Best paying busines'in
Auadarko, foramnunt invested, will
stand thorough investigation. Good
reasons for selling.
Descombcs and Smith, Ag'ls.
Hear Fimt Xationnl Bank. Ill-ill
Not a Dissonting Voto
A perfect laxative! That is tho
unanimous verdict of thu people
who use Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin. fiOo and $1 sizes, Sold by
0. C. Sttfyhenson.
Team wanted for city property
Lot ii, block 1(1.
Everything that is food to tat
Bob it Pete's place Bill A lid's
old stand. ftOtf
Bob it Pete have opwnod the
stand formerly occupied by 15ill it
Kd's Quick Lunch bouse and Kolicit
your patronage. OGtf
Call on tho Auadarko Transfer
Co. When wanting furniture, pia
nos, merchandise oranything movCSl
Tel. (). '.18 tf
Notice is hereby given j nil
saloon keepers to appear byfrii the
city council "tonight to mak appli
cation for their city license.
It will pay yon to sec Diitva it
Lconhard ilnd get their prices on
heating stoves before you buy
They can save you money and niftki
you happy. tr
Wo have a large line of wimples
of suits, nants. fancy vchH and
overcoats,'"in any style from K
tip. Suits and overcoats fro
Sl'J.OO up. Clarke it Boone. 42tf
The Pionoer Driw Sky fcr
school books. 0130
Wash'.h A tenant tu rntniul
furnish a four-room house occupy
ing two rooms and letting run live
two furnished rooms, llorno will
rent for $n.40 per mouth, hut tl t
right party may havo it on thsi
term for :.lo. Address V. I.I.
Curtis.- earn of Dumouhat. 48tf
The Aetna Building and Lonn
Association of Topekn, Knns:iH, is
certainly tho poor man's friend.
Several nice residences have already
been commenced in Auadarko. Tie
Recce Agency is kept busy register
ing stock and making out npplica
lions for loans. Wl
lion. John M. Williams, of Cal
ifornia, Missouri, arrived in -this
oily yesterday and regained inthif
city until this afternoon ft-Jicn, ho
left for his claim northwest of 1 t
Cobb, on Cobb creek. Mr. Wil
liams is a prominent lawyer uf (;n
tral Missouri serving as state utir-
tor and circuit judge.
Descombes & Smith
11KAU KIHST NATIONAL BANK
Kor Bona Kide I'iro'Insiiranco in "Time Tried and Fire Tasted"
companies, insure your property in the following:
Phiruix of Hartford, Conn. ' Home Insurance Co. of N. V
German American of N. Y. Springllield K A M, Springlield, Mass
London it Loneashire, Liverpool Scottish Tuioii A National, KdinbV
Philadelphia rnderwriters They pay their Losses,
Descombcs & Smiths' Insurance Agency.
TTlrxe Reel JBeix-to,
Russell & Hollinshead, Proprietors,
NEW RIGS AND FAST HORSES. EVERY
THING UPTO DATE.
The Ony Livery Service in Anadarko,
Give Us a Call:
East B Street. b
John. Pfaff m. 3ms
A complete stock.
Phone No. 3
Courteous Treatment to all.
All kinds of
Sash, Doors, Eto.
"We are agents for the "Y. B."
and "Margaretto" ten cent goods.
"The Owl" and "La Josephine"
livo cent goods. Billiard parlor in
connection. Mooro linilriing, op.
posite court house.
J. T. Mooui:, Proprietor
Wanted qA Oace
500 Men to Smoke
Cigar, 5c. Made it; Anudarko
Western White Lime, Okarche Cement, Fancy lump Coal, Gherryvale
BricK, Sherwin-Williams' Paint.
COH. C AND SIX'J'II STS, ANADAUKO, OK'LA. M'HONK No. 11.
A Blizzard Coming.
Latest reports from the Weather Bureau indicate that a
cold snap will strike us about next Saturday. Prepare for
it. Buy your supply of Anderson Fancy Lump Coal from'
Fresh Stock at Lowest Price
Your Patronage SolicitedJJ
Cor. A aud 7 th Streot.
Call up telephone. ut when you
vrant a Transfer wagou, 36tf
Will tho lady vlip fell in a swoon
laU Thursday, in front of tho post
olliee, call at our store? She suffers
from Biliousness. Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin will Hiircly ouro her,
Sold by O, C. Stephenson.
Miss Florence Rodmag,
Best Accommodations In Anadarko
For The Conjroorgjai Trade.
Bus Line to and from Station
For All Trains.
Rates $2 Per Da,y.
C Sired Ne&r 6h.
J. S, M&yfield
Dealers in BUILDING MATERIAL
Always keep on hand a line supply of
Lumber, Shingtes, "Pfe?
If you want good values for your money; If you want bright, A
stock; If you want one hundred cents' worth of Lumber for a dollar, wo
aro your people. v
. W.. A. McKENNON
Pafost Beer is
BEWAHE of IMITATIONS.
Utorncy and Counsellor at Law.
Notary Puhllc, C'audo qounty,
mlssionor of Deeds for tho I
Texus and Now York,
Gtnjerty a Flecner, Props.
4th door east in Miller Jook,