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A Pull Ticket Was Nominated By the
Members Of the Citizens Club
Bolow wo publish tho nnmos of
tho candidates nominatad by tho
members of tho Citixon's Club at
thoir mooting Inst night:
Chiof of Police
So Called because they are
ust rite in fit
j Just rite in style
JUSt rite in cumiuri
Just rite in price
We have just received a full line of this celebrated
Miss Robard and Miss Anderson will be pleased to
ave a cnance to snow luciu lu juu miu .ajkiih
Prices 50c to $1.50
Only to be had at
L. E. Lango
A. 11. Cooley
P. V. Hamilton
Stroot Commissioner Jno. Lnbait
Aid. 1st ward Mr. Brown-
bnok and Lundgroon
Aid. 2nd ward . Goo. Ford
Aid. 3rd ward Frank Ford
and W. S. Froolin
Aid. 4th ward ... Joo Smith
and 0. C. Stephenson
4 th ward
G. W. Milno
J. E. Hart
goods, coming in daily.
P. S. We are now fixing up our jvvunnery room.
' have engaged a first-class trimmer trom bt.
OUIS WHO Will DC I1CIC suun. rri. '""' "
buncement of our Spring Opening.
0 You Eat?
Of Course You Do.
You can got good things
to eat at
Big "C" Flour tho boston
earth. 3rd door east of P.O.
Highest market price paid
for a kinds of conntry produce.
John T. Hoover
-All kinds of-
Cheapest Place in Town g
Phono 72 H
si door west
of National Bank
aiid B Sis.
W. A. Scott
E. K. Patterson
Tho office of Treasuror of
school board was loft vaoant and
will bo filled at tho mooting noxt
Friday night, also a vacancy was
loft for councilman in tho 2nd
ward, which will bo fdlod later.
After tho ticket had boon com
pleted a motion was mado to ro
consider tho nomination for city
clerk; which carried. Mrs-Hamilton
who had boon nominated,
was by voto withdrawn, as thero
woro too many republicans on
tho ticket. Nominations were
declared in ordor by tho char
man. B. E. Boobe and J
Stolzner woro placed in nomina
tion for city clork; at this juno
turo a motion was mado not to
nominate a candidato for city
clork until . the noxt mooting.
Motion carried. Tho meeting
then adjourned for ono week.
Tho ticket is composed of good
men. who if elected would
w bolievo, try and do thoir duty.
Thoir candidato for mayor is a
membor of thopresont city coun
cil, a prominent business man,
and no ono will question his hon
esty of purpose. Although ho
doos not possess tho natural
qualifications for bringing Ana
darko and her interests to tho
front and making her tho quoon
city of Oklahoma, as Wm. H.
Divers, tho Democratic nominee
has, yet ho is a good man. The
ticket compares very favorably
with tho Democratic ticket, and
shows that tho gentlemen who
nominated it aro thoroughly in
sympathy with tho Democrat's
position for good govornmont.
Now lot tho republicans give us
a rood ticket and thus msuro
honost men in office.'
Time ol Hloction Cruu?9tl, Mayor is
(liven Vastly Inc c.iMd Powers
and City (liven More Control
A bill of momentous importance
to this city was introduced in the
lowor House of the territorial as
sembly yesterday by Edgnr Jones,
of Logan, at the request of Dr.
John Threndgill, and will bo in
troduced in the Senate by Mr.
Chmnbell of Oklahoma City. It is
a bill for the incorporation of
oitiesof 10,000 inhabitants and
over, and provides an especial
oharter for Guthrie and Okla
homa City. Tho bill providoB
thatoity officials now in office
will hold over until after the
first annual election, which iB
hold tho first Tuesday after tho
first Monday in May, 1908.
Provision is mado that all oitios
of from 10,000 to 30,000 inhab
itants will bo divided by the pres
ent Council into seven wards and
that at tho election to bo hold in
May thoro will bo oloctod a may
or, city council, board of educa
tion, city assessor city troasuror,
city comptroller, and city clork.
By tho provisions or tho bill it is
tho .mayors prerogative to ap
point tho polico judge, city at
torney, chief of polico, superin
tendent of street and corporation
council. Tho financial schomo
gives tho city tho power to mako
its own taxes, but it is limited to
2 per cont for general purposes.
ThisdposnDtfryjlude interest on.
bonds, street or sinking funds
but is for general purposes.
All taxes will bo collected by
tho city troasuror instead of tho
county treasurer and tho city
"counail is, civen tho power to re-
IjrobondB. Thoro are eighty
soparatd and distinct powers
granted to tho city council.
Tho city council is not permit
ted to grant any exclusive frr n
chiso, or to make oxclusivo con
tracts. All officers aro appointed
by tho mayor, subjoct to confir
mation by tho council. Tho coun
cil is given control of streets, al
loys, and highways. Thoro iB a
provision giving tho council pow
er to compol railroads to build
viaducts, .to olevato tracks or
mako almost any other reason
able alteration or improvement.
Tho council can require all tele
graph and telphono wiros to be
placed under ground.
Tho bill if onacted into a law
will givo Oklahoma City practi
cally the same powors as thoso
enjoyed by cities suoh as Chica
go and St. Souis. Oklahoman.
Tho leading hardware house in tho
eitj We entry a full lino of hardware
anil implement. Wo don't claim to
be thi eheaest houae In town, for .e
lii ilu' bt'Ht of I'U'ruhiwr, ho we can
glc jou tho best value for tho price
ticked Wo lme had our pick and
hne selected the following Hues of
goods, namely: Great Western and
Garland Stoves and llange. Tho
worlds ltest John Deere Plows. Tho
New Moline Wagon. John Deere
Uuggles. Hccringilaresti!iif Machin
es. .1.1 Com) Threshing Machines.
Wo j.ist mention a few lines of goods
we handle to jrlve an idea of their
'im ii1 rrnrtnTiiHiiifc mnroraiBgi v'm re
I We also car - a full line of ffi
hutldcra hardware and a nlno
of imeensware, etc. JB
it will pay you to gel our M
prices Ijcforo you Iniy. jjH
Yours for business, M
Duncan & B
T. P. WOOD MID. President, W. J. CAUOIIEY, AsM. (ashler
I'll AS. L.KLUS, Cashier, K. 11. KLLTS, Assistant Cashier.
If. II. JOHNSON. Vice-President,
T V YAUNAU Vice reldont.
The First National Bank of Anadarko,
Capital and Surplus
YOUR, UUSINESS SOUCITRD.
Evory accommodation grantod whioh iB consistantwithoonsorva
(ivo banking. Exohango issued on Kansas. City, St. Louis and
A NEW DEAL,.
On March 1st wo shall adopt the Cash System and sell
Only for Casn. Under this plan wo can und will soil you
tjoods choaper than ovoi and wo shall opoct to incroaso
our business vory mntoriully. Sinco we stnrtod horo busl
noss has been very good nnd wo take this opportunity of
thanking our customers for past patronage and invito a
continuance of tho same, We Hhall continue to soil tho
Host goods at bottom prices, ono nrico to nil. and vour
fj child can buy as cheaply as yourself. Wo call your at-
y tontlon especially to our standard brands of cannod goodB
t P. P. O. C. Punch & nollovuo Cul. Fruits, Hamburgh,
?Now York and Punch Vegetables, Coffees nnd Tens and
Iluntor Cream Flour.
a SMITH & BEALL.
we have a large stock of
Cemont, Lime, Sidowulk
McAlister Coal, Colorado Coal, Smith
ing Coal. Our grades are the best, our
prices as low as onyone.
Call and See us or
StepliensonBrowne Lbr. Co.
An Amusing Incident.
"Jimmy" Jonos was in thooity
today and is so hoarso ho can
scarcely mako a noiso. J. L.
Byrne is in tho same condition.
They happened to moot on tho
streot and Byrne askod Jonos
what caused his cold, Jonos ro
plied ho got too warm dohorning
cattlo yesterday .Thon Jonos ask
ed Byrno tho cause of his cold;
and ho replied he got too warm
dohorning politicians at tho citi
zen's mooting last night.
I am a candidate for Chief of Po
lico subject to tho Republican
convention March 5th 1903.
Bort R. Smith
Notice To Contractors.
Tho following scale of wages
has been adopted by B. M. I. U.
No. 7, of Anadarko. Brick lay
ers, 02 1-2 cents an hour; stone
masons, 46conts an hour. Eight
hours to constitute a day. This
scalo to take effect March 1 1003.
B. M. I. U.
Anadarko, O. T.
Good look through our shop, noto tho oxcol
lont material used, tho good workmanship
displayed and tho reasonable prices quoted,
and wo aro sure you will bo convinced that
this is tho only place to buy either a full dross
suit for your team, or tho littlo accessories,
such as whips, bridles, lap robes, etc. Givo
us a call.
SCOTT & SON,
Mardl Gras at New Orleans and
For tho above occasion, tho
Rook Island Routo will soil round
trip tiokotB to Now Orloans and
Mobile at ono faro for round
trip. Datos of sale Fob. 17th to
22nd inclusive and Fob. 23rd,
final return limit Fob. 28th ex
cept that by depositing tickets
with joint agent at Now Orleans
or Mobile, botweon Fob. 18th and
28th and upon payment of fifty
cents at timo of deposit, exten
sion of final roturn limit may bo
h.id until March 12th. 142U0
. Case & Co.
Aro now propared to do all kinds of tin work
and also savo you monoy on your hnrdwaro.
Wo aro not closing out ovorsthing at cost to
quit businoss, wo aro horo to stay. But wo
have a good many spocialtios that wo aro
selling below wholosalo prices. Iloating
stovos wo aro soiling 10 par ot loss than wholo
salo pricos, as wo must mako room for a
largo shipmont of Hardware that will bo
The Big Coffee Pot
On C St. is the place.