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Anadarko Daily Democrat.
ANADARKO, OAIDO CO., OKLA.. .IAN. ft. IDOiJ.
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Yosterday nt 11 :30 a. m. Gil
bert Arnold, who was employed
as second cook at tho Windsor
Hotel committed suicide by tak
ing a doso of Morphine, Actana
lid and Rough on Rats. As soon
as it was known that ho had ta
ken poison. Drs. Wood and Dick
ey voro summoned and did
everything possible to savo his
lifo but it was found impossible
to do this. It is reported that
this was his 3rd attempt to take
his lifo. Ho died at 4 p. m. this
morning. Mr. Arnold was about
GO years old. Ho has a daughter
living at Enid who telegraphed
that sho would be hero today.
At Tho Probnto Court Room Sat
urday Jan. 3rd. An Enthusi
This includes Jackets, Monta Carlos, Three Quarter
I Length Automobiles and all children's Garments. Buy
J one for your wife, your daughter or your sweetheart for
Jno. O. Burgett,
The Oklahoma St. Groceryman
J. B. Dunlap of Tonkawa,
of tho patentees of tho now
chemical brick will bo hero in a
day or two and he and Mr. Dock
stader, who is now hero in tho
interests of tho patentees, will
experiment with sand in this vi
cinity. Their plan is to sell the
patent right to a limited amount
of territory to parties for tho
manufacture of theso brick.
This is a brick or building block,
made by a chemical process and
needs no burning or skilled labor
and no largo amount of capital
to start it. Tho brick aro ready
to ubo in ton days, and can bo
made any color desired. It is
art of stone making tho Egyptians
used or better.
B. Liobcnheim, tho other pat
entee has already established a
plant for tho manufacture of
theso brick at Anadarko. A
sample was brought hero from
there and is now on exhibition at
tho townsite office. Ono of our
citizens boiled it all day this
week, but couldn't soften it a bit.
Sand, similar to that out of tho
big railroad well will bo experi
mented with first, sand being tho
principal ingredient. If the ex
nenments nrovo satisfactory our
citizens will organize a company
buy tho patent rights for Forno
township and install a plant hero.
Thus another good enterprise
will bo added to Binger Bingor
K. B. Widaman was elected
Chairman of tho convention.
Speeches in favor of singlo stato
hood woro mado by Abo Mohow
and Kldor L. B. Grogan, after
whlih tho follpwing Delegates
wero elected to attend tho con
vention at Oklahoma City Jan. 5.
L. D. Blankcnship, Bcrl Beebo,
Elder Grogan, Randall Livesay,
W. H. Divers, J. C. Stclznor, L.
E. Lange, and C. L. Peacock
J. Y. Callahan, C. W. Ams
pachor and W. T. Clark.
A. E. Clark, C. M. Creeso and
J. M. Chandler.
Joseph Fitzpatrick, E. M. West
and Link Wilson.
LA VERT Y.
Dr. J. C. Peters.
J. A. Carson, and Chas. Cars
well' ft. conn.
Chas. Van Eaton, E. A. Reany
and Sam Dangerfield.
CITY MEAT MARKET,
Hammert & Thralls.
Cull up 81 when jou wish to nrranRu a
tempting breakfast, son o a nlco dinner or
suppor, as wo uro always prepared to fur
nlsh anything In tho lino of frosh and cutcd
moats, llsh, oystors and gamo, celery, cran
bcrrlos. orange and other fruits and vogota
bles. Wo also keop a complcto lluo of
staplo and fancy grocorlos. tinned meats
and soups. Special attention given to
family trado or ni.j orders by Phone.
MnnAA? Vl-,fct-ixxx'P v
I havo money to prove up on land or
loan on farms. Agent for tho Doning
Loan and Investment Co. for Caddo Co.
Okla. I also havo somo splendid relinquishments.
J. L. BYRNE.
Will soil goods choap during tho holidays.
prlcos will convince you.
Standard packed tomatoos 3 lb cans
Early Juno peas por can , m
Sugar ooru por can . -
Plo peach por can
0 lb best nayy beans . .-
4 lb best quality rlco
Plako hominy por lb
Swift's Jorsoy Oloomargorlno por lb
xt...- n ,..o nn,l In fnnt, nvnrvthlnir in tho irroccry
lULMi LUUULlOl iiUIV. . ... - -- - - 1, - ".....
cocs at tho lowost prices Goods dollverea to any part or tno city, s
PHONU NO. 81. JS
Stephenson's Drug Store will movo
1st door west of National Bank of
Anadarko, 0th and B Sts., about
January 1st, 1003.
f LEADER. SHOE STORE
!$ The only oxoluslvo shoo store. Tho only export shoo
man. Tno only retail snuo iuu. nuuna u ovwn.
from split leather. 25 yoars experience. You can
not make a mlstako by buying of us. All rips sowed
free of charge.
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:Le&.der Shoe Store
Hlntou School District Organized.
In a letter to ono o ha. mem
bers of tho Hinton school board,
County Suporintendant Turner
stated that tho ten days after pos
ting notices having expired with
oct protest tho now town dis
trict is therefore legally organ
ized, and that thero is nothing to
hinder any business which tho
board finds necessary to transact.
Continuing, ho stated that tho
board might issue warrants to
tho amounts of 81,000, for tho
building of a permanent school
house, which ho advised should
bo dono. Tho members of tho
Director, J. F. Janicke; Clerk,
C.W.Morrison: Treasuror, II.
Tho now district consists of
sections 33 and 34 in township 12
range 11 and section 3 and 4 in
township 11 rango 11 making a
square of two miles with Hinton
as near tho contor as possible.
In an interview with mombors of
tho board, it was stated that sup
plies had been ordered and a
term of school would bo begin
vory soon.' Hinton Record.
Jennie E. Painter wife of
Francis F. Painter died Jan. 4 at
5 o'clock n. m., sho was born
July 1st 1801 in Knox Co. Ohio,
moved to Bloomneld lowa m
1809. Was married to Francis
F. Painter in 1883. Sho loaves
to morn her departure her hus
band and ono child a daughter
seven years of ago who resides
in our city, also ono sister who
resides in Dos Moines Iowa, ono
sister in Storkton Cal. and ono
brother living in Riloy Co. KanB.
Mr. Painter leaves this a. m.
with tho remains for Bloomfiold
Iowa whore tho remains will be
intered by tho side of her parents.
At tho residence on oast B St. a
scripture reading and prayer bo
fr.ro leaving for tho train was
had. Tho Sunday following Mr.
Paintors return, which will bo
tho third Sunday of this month,
funeral'servico will bo hold in
tho M. E. church of whioh Mrs.
Painter was a member.
At 3:30 Sunday morning Rov.
T. II. Lillio was called to tho
bedjsido of Mrs Painter where he
quoted to her tho promises of thn
Master Josus Christ followi
with prayer at conclusion o;
which sho said, it is all right
with my soul, and my guido is
hear, farewell, farewell till wo
meet again, and passed away in
1 '$2s, I
1 mm- wlik
we have a large stork of
Comont, Lime, Sidewalk
McAlister Coal, Colorado Coal, Smith
ing coal. Our grades are the best, our
prices as low as onyone.
Call and See us or
StepJiensonBrowne Lbr. Co.
Centrally located, everything first-class, rates $2 por day
k. ualston, piiop- Cor. flth and Main Streets.
The Reece Agency,
Office on Main St.,
one block north
Buys warrants and bonds, collects and rotnits money, buv
Does all kinds of notary work, writes contracts, deeds, etc.
sells und loasos farm and city property on small
Surveys and appraises property and guarantees descript
ion and valuo of property, negotiates surety bonds and
farm loans. Agont for Victor safes, and school furnlturo,
. and supplies. Lioans tnonoy with which to erect buildings
Is treasurer and agent Agent for the Aetna, The
for Aetna Building and Manchester of England &
Loan Association. Citizens Fire Ins. Co's.
W. M. Hazlett of Ft. Cobb
Vico President of tho Caddo
County Bank and ono of tho lar
gest tax payqrs in tho county is
in tho city today on business.
Do You Do This?
The following from tho Grocers
Criterion ought to bo read by
HOW TO HUHT YOUR TOWN.
Mistrust its public mon.
Run it down to strangers
Go to somo othor town to trado.
Rofuso to advortieo in your
Bo careful ,U) 'discredit tho mo-
tivos of public spirited men.
Lengthen your face when a
stranger talks of locating in your
If a manwants to buy your
property charge him two prices
Rofuso to see merit in any
scheme that does not directly
Print your envelops and letter
heads yourself with a rubber
stamp so merchants abroad can
see how bright you are.
25 per cent Discount
On nil Suits,
33 1-3 off on
Voiiiigiieim Clothing Company,