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THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT
L D. BLANKENSIIIF, Editor and Prop.
suiisoiuirnoN hatks daily.
Ono your in advance 11.00
Six months in advnnco 82.00
Thrco months in advanco - $1.00
WBHKl.Y rUHMBlIBD EVKHY TIIUKS
DAY. OneYoar !
Six Months M
Thrco Months 25
Advertising rates mado known on
Kntorcd at tho iiostolllco at Ana
darko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall
Anadakko. OitiiA vMah. 12 1003.
Wm. II. DIVERS
KOlt CITY TItBASUUKU '
J. F. BROWN
l'OU CITY ATTORNKY
FOR CITY CI.KRK
B. E. BEEBE
C. V. LIMING
FOR CITY MARSHAL
FOR BTUF.CT COMMISSIONS
EARL E. CAMPBELL
FOR TRKASURHR SCHOOL HOARD
QOUNOII.MEN 1ST WARD
J. E. WELLS
C. P. LUNDRGEEN
0OUNOII.MKN 2ND WARD
GEO. W. FORD
COUNCILMHN 3RD WARD
J. G. GALLAGHER
COUNOILMKN 'lTII WARD
MHMDERS SCHOOL HOARD 1ST WARD
R. B. CAMPBELL
MEMBERS SCHOOL HOARD 2ND WARD
II. C. WILSON
MEMBERS SCHOOL HOARD 3RD WARD
MEMBERS SCHOOL HOARD 4tH WARD
W. A. SCOTT
We, tho Democrats of tho city
ul Anadarko, ro-affirm our ad
honence to tho principles of Dom-
rl. Wo favor an honost govorn
. amlirlledgo our onndidatos, if ol
. octod, ito an impartial, vigorous
execution of tho law.
2. Wo regard a public office as a
public truHt and tho holder thore-
of a public servant, bound by tho
law and his oath, to tho faithful
performance of his duties under
. 3. WonJlodgo ourselves not to
grant any franchiso, unloss tho
sumo bo ratifiod by a majority of
tho voters, of tho city.
1. Wo favor giving profor
onco, qualifications and oxperi
enco.boing'eonRidered, to resident
leaohorn, in our public schools.
5 Wo heartily commend tho acts
jtnd oonduct of Tho Volunteer
Fire Department of Anadarko in
the promptness and dispatch with
which thoy rospond to f iro alarms
and tho extinguishment of firo,
nd plodgo our nominoess, if elec
ted, to do all that tho city rov
inuos will pormit to mako needed
imnrovomont in tho Fire Depart
ment in ordor to inoroaso tho of-
0. Wo sincorly commond tho
working of tho Commercial Club
in its ondoavors to promoto tho
material prosperity of tho city,
7 Wo denounce tho following acts
of tho present city administration :
Pir8t it has utterly failed in tho
onforcomont of law, thoroby re
tarding tho progress of our oity,
to a point bordoring criminal
8. Tho city council has
employod members of its own
body on tho streot work of tho
city, which is not only an unjust
discrimination against tho many
good workmon of tho city who de
sire employment and aro anxious
to work for wages, but wo con
demn BUoh acts further, as boing
strictly illegal, and contrary to
law, as provided in Art. 2 Chap.
26, S-Law 1001.
0. For not passing tho sal
ary reduction ordinance so as to
commonco at tho beginning of
their term of office.
10. Wo ask all persons regard
less of political affliations, who
have tho welfaro of tho city at
heart, to assist us in olecting
good mon, who aro froo from
factional strife, that wo may
socuro thoso much needed pub
lic improvements, that our la
boring mon muy bo givon em
ployment and tho thousands of
dollars lying in tho sub-tronsury
at St. Louis inay bo judiciously
spent among our people
Democratic City Cknt'j. Com.
A New Industry.
Orange Rhoados, wife and two
ohildron, of Guthrio, arrived in
Anadarko last night, and will
mako this city thior home. Wo
aro glad to woleomo them to tho
business and social circles of
Anadarko, as thoy como to us
highly recommonded as dosiro
ablo citizonB Mr. Rhoadcs is a
first class machinist and when
his car of tools and machinery
arrives, will open up a well o
quippedshop, with turning latho
and all modern machinery in tho
Buresh building on Broadway,
north of tho court house, whoro
ho will bo propared to do any
thing in his lino. This will bo a
groat convenionco to our people,
who havo hitherto found it necos
sary to sond to Oklahoma City
and othor places for repairs.
Anothor good feature is, that
tho monoy thus spent, will bo
kept in our own town.
Mr. Dttnbnr Returns Home.
Murray S. Dunbar.of Washing
ton D. C, who has boon visiting
his brolhor.II. W. Dunbar, of old
town, left for his homo in Wash
ington last night. Ho will trans
act businoss in Hot Springs and
St. Louis whilo on his way homo.
Mr. Dunbar was very favorably
impressod with this portion of
Oklahona, and would havoso
mained longer had not important
businoss called him away. Wo
aro confidont that ho will visit
Oklahoma again, as it is difficult
for ono to bo content elsewhere,
after spending a short timo here.
Mr. Dunbar's health was much
hotter than common whilo here,
ahd he gained a pound a day in
weight. Wo predict that ho will
bo afflicted with a constant
yearning for sunny Okla,, and
wo will gladly welcome hirn back
if ho should decide to return,
Mr. Bently, proprietor of Uie
American Hotel, has been miss
ing coal regularly all winter from
his coal shed. Lust night ho
concluded to watch his coal box,
and soon .discovered fivo boys
stealing coal. Ho marched up
on them, ana. tnoy coniessoa to
stealing hia coal1 at difforont
times and selling ft to business
men hero in town.
Farm Loiuns Privatie monoy,
nc-company, only ono note, ono
mortgage, and no inspection feo
We loan individual money, and
have tho money ou hand to givo
it U you any time- you want it,
today or tomorrow. "We aro not
promising you monoy at ratco so
that tho monoy caanottoogotton,
and then keep your inspection
fee, as a graft. It will not cost
you u penny u youi do not got a
loan, and wo can tell you as soon
as wo soo your farm whether or
not tho loan will be- mado. Wo
do our own inspecting and can
do it tho day after you toll us you
want tho monoy.
Mourns & Lanoe,
Attorneys, Anadarko, Okla.
Just received another car of.
Alderson Fanoy Lump coal, bet
tor havo your coal house filled.
70tf. Missoim. lumber Co.
F. E. Ponn & Co., Insurance
Opera House Saturday March
14th, "Caseys Reception." An
Irish farce-comedy that will
mako you laugh. Auspicies of
Cheap Trip To El Pnso.
On March 7th to 0th inclusive,
tho Rock Island System will sell
round trip tickets to Fl Paso at
rato of ono faro plus S2. Liboral
This low rato provides a splen
did ond-of-lho-winter opportun
ity to attend tho Cattlo Raisers
Annual Convention, to inspect
tho groat and growing intorosts
of Now Moxico, to visit tho mod
ern Amorican city of El Paso and
contract it with tho typical old
Mexican city of Juaroz, just ac
ross tho river, with its adobe
houses, peons, old cathedral and
For tiokols, etc., soo tho noar
ost Rock Island agent.
Prof. Louis Urban, tho notod
Gorman Violinist from Donvor,
Colo., will givo a concort noxt
Wednesday night, March 18, at
tho opera house. Tho Anadar
ko Band in full and sovoral load
ing musicians from Lawton will
participate in this concort.
I havo a fine lot of fruit trees
and ornamontal stock on hand
at reasonable pricos. All grown
in Southern Oklahoma. Sond
poBtal card, and I will call. J.
A. Becker, corner 10th and North
Boundary, Box 331. IGOtf
Don't fail to visit Russolls Art
Studio when in need of fine pho
tos. Ho has tho prottiost place
in town. 12910
First Publication Men. B
Notloo Is hcrol y given to nil persons In the
estate of Alfred Maj hew, deceased, that on
the Mh dar of March 1003. ono Win, It. Swln
ney produced nnd filed In tho l'robntc Court
of tho county of Caddo and Territory of
Oklahoma, nn Instrument In writing purport
ing to be tho last wl 1 und te-tamentor Alfred
Mayhow. dcecas- d, nnd also tiled In the
said court a petition praying for tho probate
of said will, and that Letters Testamentary
Issue thereon to Sophia Schumacher the
execul rlx named In snld will.
Fursuart to un order of said court mado on
tho Mh day of March 1003, notice Is hereby
given that Frldny the 20th day Of March 1003,
at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of xold day. that
being a day of tho regular March term. 1003.
of said court has been appointed as tho tlmo
for hearing said petition nnd proving said
will, at the Probate court room In Atiadarko
In aald county when and where all persons
Interested may nppear and contest the sume.
In testimony wber-of I hnvo hereunto set
my hand nnd the senl of sa'd l'robntc court
this 5th day or March 1003.
ISeall M. N. Oisn. Probate Judge.
First Publication. March 2. 1003.
Notice Is hereby given to all persons Inter
ested In the estate of Charles Naylor. 4eeeoH
ed. that on the second day of March. Itna.
Henry Marshall produced and filed In the pro
bate court of the county of caddo and Ter
ritory of Oklahoma, an Instrument In writing
purporting to be the Usi will nnd testament of
raid cnarlcs Naylor. deceased, and also tiled
I In the said court a petition prnyiag tot tho
probate of Haia will, ana mat letters rrata
nentary Usue thereon to Henry Marshall the
executor named In snld u III.
Pursuant toanordcrof said court raadeoa
the 2nd day of March IU notice Is hcrety
glittn ttuit Monday the Ifthday of March low.
at the hutir of 3 o'oloek ix m. of said dav. tbnt
being a day of the rcgularMarch term, 1003, of
sale court, has been nppolhicd as the time for
heaving said petition and projlotr said will, at
tho Probate court room in Anadarko in said
tVounty ot raddo, when nmS vhero nil persons
mtercstcd may appear and contest tho same.
in testimony wnereor. i nave Hereunto mii
my huncLaiul tboscnl of saM Irobnte court
this 2nd day ot March. 1003.
Scull M. N. Oisn. Probate Judge.
I1ral PutollUttSlon. Feb, 27. lWa
SADUO CUUNTY, t1"
Notice Umredltors to Present! claims.
Notice it Hereby given, that 'jotters of Ad
rtlnUtratlmon Ibo estate of Jao. S. lage.
deceased were granted to thTinidenlgned by
tho ProbaM uoort of caddo county, ut Ana
darko, OkUiuima Tt rritory, oa the 23rd day of
AlldenmIutTliig claims aghast Mild cstato
are rcqueHt d to exhibit th samn to tho un
drcnigned'ot) Ids vOlco lu the National Hank of
Anadarko biuUUi g. Anadarko. Oklakomu. for
alWwancos within nix months after the date
of Pds pubtxutloa with neccswry vouchers,
or thuy will be precluded from any benctlt or
said ehtalp. or sold claim may to tiled in said
Hated thfcuanl day of iv brtry. lflos.
S. It. Stuuqis. .VdimnWrutor.
Flisupul)llrvh)n Feb. S7. tOOU
Territory ot Oklahoma, I
County of Caddo. I M
Know nil men my these presents. That
Franllllroulwell and K. II. Wilcox nre as-Hotiatedivi-lMtrtnersIn
tbe tnMnesH of wholo
siller Ihiuoramd mall dealers In the counties of
raddo and cumanebc, Oklahoma Territory.
uiular tho llrm name of tho Otdahonui Broker
age company, and tnut the same is n general
paitnersliVdatlng from tbeist day ot Janu
arv 1002. and that the said Frank Ilroadwell
nmldiislnLAwton, O. T utrt that K. It. Wilcox
rnsldesln Auadarko, o. T .and that there oro
DiLtcdtUs the :th dav of Vettruarv. 1003.
Frank Ilroadwell, 11 11. Wileuv
rxsntniTOitY ofoklauoma. i ,
lloforeme. carl UlitwSs, Notary Fubllo in
aad for said county and territory, on this 31th
day of February, toon, personally appeared K.
II WUcoi, to me knows to be the ssmo K II.
WUoox who exeouted the foregoing Instru
ment and acknowledged exeeutlun of same.
Wltntxs my hand und seat the day and year
last above mentioned.
carlOllUch, Notary Pablie.
(Seal) My com. expires July 10. 19.
Territory ot Oklahoma, I
countv of comanehe. 1
Uefore me, O.VM Jlutler. a Notary l'nblle In
and for said county aud territory, on this x&th
day of Feb. 1HU. nersooally aptearrd Frank
llroart wall, to me Known to be the same Frank
Ilroadwell whoexecutedthe foregoing anstru
ment and acknowledged execution ot same.
Witness my hand and seal tbe day and year
last above written O. V. M. llutlor,
(Seal) Notary Public.
My com exilres Jan. 15,19k.
Hnt FubUeatlon Feb. tl
Department of the Interior.
United State Land Ofllec.
Kill-no. Oklahoma. February 10th. MOO.
A sufficient content nflldavlt hwlng been
Med In thli office by llenjatnln I. Iivman,
oontestnnt, against homestead entry No 5221
made September 30th. IVOI, for tho northeast
iluartcrKcatlon 10, township 0, range II. by
James 11. r rooks, oonlestce. In whlohlt in
alleged that Raid James II rrooks has u-vcr
made settlement on itald tract of land, and
that he has wholly nbandoncd the same for
more than nix months. Immediately irlor to
the Ming of Mid contest affidavit, nnd that
abandonment Ntlll exists, and that his absence
therefrom Is not duo to hi employment In tho
Navy or Military sorvlco ofthe United State.
Said parties are hereby notified to appear,
respond and offer evidence touching said al
legation at 10 o'clock a. m. on April 13th 1003,
before the Heglstcr nnd ii'eclvcrnt the Unit
ed States Land otrico in El Iteno. Oklahoma.
The wild contestant having, in ii proper nf
lldnvlt. Hied May 20th. 1002. set forth facts
which show ihntnrtcrdun dllhrcncc nersonal
sorvlco of this notlco can not bo made. It Is
hereby ordered nnd directed that such notice
oc Kiren oy due ana proper pumicnron.
Thomas It. Hrid. Receiver,
First Publication Feb, 18. IMC!
Department of the Interior.
United Stntoii Land Offleo.
Kl Itono. Oklahoma Territory. Jan, 30. 1003.
A miffiolont corneal nffldavft having been
Wed In thtaofflee by Wlllard W. Yoiler. con
testant, against hotnostead entry No. 36ln,
mads September 10. lt)0l, for tho northwest
quarter of Sections. Township on. Hinge U
w.by Henry Ilurks of White Head, Indlnn
Territory, comosteo. In which It Is alleged
that Nahf Henry llurlts for moro than a period
of moro than Mix months last pint hits wholly
abandoned said land nnd has failed to estab
lish his ro-.'deuce thereon or make any Im
provements v. hatevor, and Huelmnndonmcnt
mm okihih, sutu panics aro nercoy notiueu
toaonaar. resiionE nnd alter oildcneo touch
ing Mild allegation at 10 o.aloak u. tu on April
Ul. 100(1, before the Register and Receiver at
the United States Land Office In Kl Iteno.
The said contestant having, In a proper
affidavit. Mod May II. 100. set forth facts
which show that after duo diligence personal
sorvloe of this notice con not be made. It Is
horoby ordered and dlreotcd that such notice
be given by duo and proper publication.
Thomas it. Hum Receiver
First Fubllcntlon Jan. 27.
Department of tho Interior.
United States Dand OIDce.
1.1 Iteno. O. T Jan. SO. IMS
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
niod In this office by David C. Ilobcrts. con
testant, ugnlnst homctend cntrv number 1203
mudo August. 17. 1001. for tho South West
Quarter of Section 11, Township. 0 N. Hango
8, W., by Thomas J. I.orlng. Contcstco. In
which It Is alleged that Thomas J. Loring has
utterly failed to make settlement upon Kald
land, and has wholly abandoned tho same with
the Intention of never entering upon and
cultivating said land, nnd executed and de
livered an agreement to ono W. W. Winches
ter to abandon vuld land entirely, nnd hui ren
dered to W. W. Wluehrsterhls duplicate re
ceipt, said parties aro hcroby notltlea to ap
pear, respond, and offer evidence touching
said allegation at 10 o'olook a. m. on March.
Sfl. 1003 before the llegistcr nnd Hocelvor at
tho Unltod States Land Office In Kl Iteno.
The said contestant having. In a proper nF
dnvit. died Juno, 3rd. 1002. sot forth fact
which show that after due diligence personal
erviee of this notice cannot be made. It is
hereby ordered and directed that such no
tice be given by duo and proper publication.
Thomas It. Heed, Itoglstor.
First Publication Fob. 1H. 1000
Tn,pl(ii.v nf nilnhnmn I
county of onddo, fM
Notice Is hereby given that I. D. A. llcrry
who resides on the northwest quarter of ice.
no. 32. townohlp no. 7. north, range no. 10
west I. M. In Caddo county. O. T. and whose
postoffico address Is Anadarko, O. T did on
tho 21st day or January A. D. 1003, take up
tho following estray towlt: Ono red cow
with white face, with a white siot on back
of neck nnd a notch Is out of right car Sho
Is about threo years old. weight about seven
hundred pounds, with four white feet. That
said estray has been posted as required by
law and m. Id taker up has made proper af
fidavit and given bond ns required by law.
Wltne-s my hand nnd official seal this the
10th dtiy of Feb. A D. 1003.
ISrnll Fremont Doyle.
First Publication Jan. 10.
Department of the Interior,
United State. Land Once.
El Iteno. O. T., Jan. 8. 1 OKI.
A suffioent contest affidavit having been
Bled In this oflVre by A. K. Davidson, contes
tant against tbe homestead entry No. &28A,
made Oat. 1, 1001 for the s w H or section 0.
Townships ItaauoB; by Peter Fcagan con
testee. In which it Is alleged that the said
Peter Fcagan hut not mnntalned hUresldence
uron tho said traat or tnnd as required by
law. but has abandoned the same for ore
than six months nut that aacb default still
exist, and said parties are hereby notltlcd to
appear, respond na offer ertdenco touoUng
said allegation at 19 o'clock a. m. April 25 1603
before tho Kcglsier nnd Receiver at the
United States hatili Office Id Kl Reno. O. T.
The miM contestant having. In a proper affi
davit, tiled Jan. HlOOli set forth faats wblch
show that after duo diligence personal service
of this notlco can noo be mado. It Is hereby
ordered nnd directed that such notlae be
gUcu by due nnd prober publication.
Attys for contestant
Ftrit lBbllcatlon Feb. Jl
Wotlce Is hero' y given that O. Hot) Green
ot at did on the 10th dav of Jau. A. D. 19KX
Ilia la tbe clerk's otnoo f Caddo county, Okla
homa Territory, a nn rt pott tlon praying rcr
ttu viewing andsurvevliuror the following de
seslbed public road to-Tlt. On section line oi
nocth. silo of section 12. town IS. range II
e, ruuulng cast and west, thnt the South
Uanadlas river has wasted out u portion i3
Haul eouon line, and a good rend could te
had along the rlter bauk where tho Kcatlou
line Is washed away, tiint enough land In
ctndamned nking s id r'juer bunt to open a
rood on the north sldo ut said Nectlon. that a
large nuaitwrof people have no other mad to
rcnoh market other than the mo proposed
und others have no road to school houo ua-
les ild to id Iks opened
That tko lloanl of Cojnty Cranml-slonort
did, on tkeailhday of Jan. 1003. itlndlng thut
said petition was a legal one andihat uproper
bund had been tiled) approved said petition,
and aptwinted A. W. Campbell. W. H. Kelt
and J. w. Turner as vlowers ana ucsignatca
the 4tb day of March. 1001, us tbe time when
sold viewers fihould meet and view said road.
Notice Is therefore. brc by given that sakl
viewer together wlttu to coonty surveyor
will oa the 4th day of March. I0.:t. at 10 o
rtock. u. m. on said day. meet at tho place of
beg.nnlDgothadt.uad aad proceed to view
the same, ana give alL peraontt Interested a
In witness whereof. I have hereto set my
hand und afUxed my official seal thLs tho Ith
day ot Febru-iry. lwa.
ISeall l'HEMONT UOTLJC,
W. W. Plticic Bctmly.
First published Alarth, i. 1003,
Department ot tho Interior,
United Stutes I.aaJI offlcw,
. MSCVViU l.iODU. f. JUU
A sufficient coolest affidavit haying been
filed in this office by 11.11. Andersonoontetani
against the homestead entry number 2015,
made Sept 4tk. 1001. at the Bl Iteno. Okla.
forae M Seotloa 18, Township t n. itango 13.
w, I. M., by Uairy U Owen conteatec. In which
It Is alleged that Harry L. Owen hat wholly
abandoned the land embraoed In his said en
try for more than six months nnd a, da Said
party ore hereby coined to appear and res
pond nnd offer evidence touohlng aald allega
tion at 10 o'eloek a. tu. on April, ih 1903. be
f oro the Heglster and Hecelver at the United
States Land Ooe in El Iteno, O. T
The uld contestant having In a proper affi
davit. Hied March. 3. 1003. set forta facts
which abow that alter due diligence personal
service of this notice cannot be made, it la
hereby ordered and directed that such notice
be given by due and proper p iblloatlon
uo " ' ' Frank C Sickles, Ueglster.
Leader Shoe Store!
Leader in Styles. Leader in Prices.
A 55,000.00 stock of Shoes to select from. Bargains I
Tho Famonfl Kdwin Clapp Shoes for men. Never Rip
shoes for ys and men. All rips sowed- free of
charge, bring in all your repairing.
A Wise porson will buy Footwear of an oxclusivo
Shoo Store, whero thoy know wholo stock from split
leather. Wo guarantee our goods and stick to it.
T. M. CliAUDER
Dray, Transfer and
Flour arid Feed
The largest flour and feed store in Coddo county
Wholesale or retail at lowest cash price
This is the way, This is
This is the only way
PAINT THE TOWN
ANY OLD COLOR
:W. S. ELLISON, Prop:
k'.i.-vi i ,ih.V:i 1 1 v.vVJvfl ;
iiitbwti'iMi reacts jgs
I U 11 m U M , , t ji,, VH J-
n i n it r r iiimi i
I fiU al m
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains
Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping
Cars, Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars
between MEMPHIS and the
j. a. morally, d. p. a., aio. h. lbe, a. r. a.,
Oklahoma city, O. T. Little HofJk, Ark.
Will haul anything, anywhoro, anytltr
the new way,
To got good fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes,
Phono 127. I will not solicit trade over
tho city, but will bo pleased to fill all orders.
F. UNDER, Proprieto
With paint bought of DIVERS &
TAYLOR. They carry a full line of
Paints, Oils, Brushes, Wall Paper, Etc
Artistic painting a specialty.
Broadway, 3rd door west of P. O.
Feed and Sale Stable. Now and ur j
to-dato rigs day or night.
I ft Ai BHUtaVJilaaM ISJaCBaaarTrTB