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Anad&rko Daily Democrat.
ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA.. MAIL 1U, 1003.
gfr NO. 170 g
ligh Class The Clothing
Are the Ladies' Belts just
laced on sale by us. These
yles have only just come out
Price 75c to $3
"We have the new Belt
ucklesand Sash Pins both
Steel and Copper effects.
The swellest in back combs
Our Clothing room is full
in all lines of new merchan
dise. No jobs, no odds and
ends, no special bargains, but
new up-to-date spring stuff
that we are willing to com
pare prices and quality and
style with any clothing house
$66.50 STILL REQUIRED.
Pay Up What You Have Subscribed,
and Show Your Interest In
New Suits for
and little fellows.
BUGG AND YARD."
Cause Trouble, Expense and Delay
In Holding Up The School
A white Ivory Comb, gold
rimmed, We show them.
New Shirts in all styles and
New Hats. Ask for the
"Skinker Road" and "Worlds
Fair" Hat, they are right.
fancy and plain.
in all the
Come in and see the new Spring
If it comes from 'The Fair" it
Huch Graham, trroceries, dry goods
and notions, Main St. west of Bank.
Snmo mav offer vou u few articles lit reduced
prices, but I will mako low prices on everything
Tho following subscriptions to
the fund for the purchaso of tho
mill sito have boon paid. Is
your name on tho list?
Tho committo roquosta all who
have not paid thoir subscription
to call at tho office of Joo Conloy
and pay tho same. Tho lot has
boon paid for and tho committeo
wantB tho monoy at onco. Somo
of thoso who have subscribed
will not pay, if somo of our bus
iness men who have not sub
scribed want to help the com
mitteo, tho democrat will pub
lish your name. Look ovor tho
list tomorrow and seo u your
namo is there. "Wo need only
Ogle Bros S25.00
GW Milne 10.00
James Brown Lbr Co 10.00
Mo Lbr Co 10.00
Citizens Nat'l Bank .. 10.00
L W Myers . . 10.00
Nat'l Bank of Anadarko 10.00
First Nat'l Bank 10.00
O K Cochran 10.00
Chas Robinson 10.00
Morris & Lapgo 5.00
Movs Wolf o & Hudson. .. . 5.00
Joo Conloy 5.00
W I Lacy 5.00
John Pfaff & Sons 5.00
Williams & Baldwin.. .. 5.00
Wm Allen 2.00
Romick & Conovor. 5.00
Hammart& Thralls 5.00
F F Ford 5.00
D G Galloway 5.00
Hugh Graham 5.00
Smith ABeall 5.00
Duncan & Leonhard 5.00
Karl Preger 5.00
W H Campbell 5.0o
O M Toploy 5.00
O W Turner 5.00
FF Davis 3.00
Wm Reeco 2.50
W H Smith & Son 2.00
Wheatly& Ward 2.00
Younghoim Bros 2.00
Wiemer fc Son 2.00
Max Goldman .. 2.00
J Richards 2.00
W E Turner. .... 1.00
Dippory Dray Co 1.00
Fred Roy Ziller .50
EG AL BLANKS
For Sale at this office.
Store, 1st door west
of National B&jik
of AnajleLrko, 6th
and B Sts.
Disorder in a Convention.
Lawton1 Ok., March 11 There
was almost a free-for-all fight in
the Republican convention at 2
o'clock this morning when a res
olution was adopted indorsing a
oitizons ticket, made up of Re
publicans and Democrats. Tho
olimax of tho meeting was when
the presiding officer ordered the
romoval of Judge A. M. Hardy
from the building. Assisted by
his followers ho resisted eject
ment, and finally won. Judge
Hardy is an ox-mombor of con
gross from Indiana. When in
dorsement of tho citizon's ticket
had been completed ho led a
delegation of Republicans from
tho room. Thoy met at another
building and nominated a straight
In ordor to avoid croating tho
improssion that I am working
for two papers at tho samo time,
I desire to Btato that tho versoa
whioh sppoar ovor my name in
this wook's isiuo of the Times,
were written and deliverod to
that office in the winter whila I
was smployad on that papar.
LILLIAN M. ROBERT
Some few weeks ago, Utopians,
specifications, bonds, otc, for
the school buildings wero for
warded to tho Governor for his
approval, and from tho Governor
thoy should havo gono to tho
Secretary of tho Interior for his
approval, and tho work would
soon have begun on tho buildings
This was what overy citizen who
has the interests of Anadarko at
heart, hoped for, but a fow days
ago.Mr. Burgott, secretary of tho
school board, received a letter
from Gov. Ferguson stating that
ho had roceivod a letter from a
Mr. Yard,a mombor of the board,
making somo very serious charg
es against tho architect, contract
or, and inoidently againBt Bix
members of tho sohool board.
One of his charges was that of
"collusion" between tho archi
tect and contractor. Tho Gover
nor upon recoipt of tho above
letter wrote Mr. Bugg in regard
to tho mutter. Mr. Bugg's lot
tor to tho Govornor did not help
matters in tho least, judging
from what ho Bays in answor to
tho Governor's lotter. Yesterday
tho school board hold a mooting
and decided to send a committeo
to see tho Governor and also tako
tho man Yard with them. Tho
committeo, P. C. 3tacy, J. O.
Burgott, L. M. Spivoy and
train for Guthrio last ovening.
Our citizens aro very indignant
ovor tho matter but wo feel confi
dent as soon as tho Govornor gets
ono look at this man Yard, ho
will soo that thero is not ono word
of truth in his claim of "collus
ion." It is a shamo and un out
rage upon our property owners
and business men to allow a man
who is unknown, and compan-
tively speaking, has no interest
in tho welfare of. tho city to retard
tho growth and progress of our
school buildings. Why does Mr .
Yard write the Govornor? Who
is ho? What property intorests
has ho? How did ho happon to
bo a mombor of tho school board?
In answer to tho first question wo
will say ho simply wantod a little
notoriety. We understand ho
has no children, and only a few
weeks ago ho was appointed a
member of tho school board to
fill a vacancy until tho April oleo-
On tho school board we have
G. W. Milne, L. M. Spivoy, J. O.
Burgott, P. C. Stacoy, J. T. Hoov
er and Mr. Clary, all prominont
business men of our city, and
thoroughly familiar with all tho
facts. Why did thoy not feel
called upon to writo a letter to
tho Governor? Simply because
thov havo the interest of our
sohoolB at heart and aro not af
ter oheap notoriety. Wo ask tho
voters of tho city in tho spring
oloction to bo caroful in thoir se
lection of members of tho school
board. Wo want business men
and not cranks to look after our
Wo havo plenty of money to take caro of all dosira-
blo farm loans. Will look nftor tho final proof and (
furnish tho monoy for final certificate. Long term
loans with partial payment privolcgo after ono year.
Annual interest payable on tho first day of any month
in tho year you may select. Principal and interest
payablo at your own bank.
PliUM & PliTJM.
4 doors east of Post Office,
vwn srv "wMvft
Tho leading hardwaro houso In tho
city. Wo carry a full lino of hardwaro
anu implements, wo uoivi ciaim 10
bo tho cheapest houso in town, for wo
buy tho best of everything, so wo can
fjlvo you tho best, vaiuo lor tno nrico
asked. Wo havo had our pick and
havo selected tho following linos of
roods, namely: Great Western and
Borland Stoves and Ranees. Tho
worlds best John Dccro Plows. Tho
Now Molino Wagon. John Dcoro
Buggies. Dcoring Harvesting Machin
ery. J. I. Caso ThrCshlng Machlnos.
Wo just mention a few lines of goods
wo handlo to glvo an idea of thoir
Wo also cunw a full lino of
builders hardwaro and a nlno
of queensware, etc.
It will pay you to got our
prices uotoro you ouy.
Yours for business,
A NEW DEAL.. Ov-
On March 1st wo shall adopt tho Cash System and soil
Only for Cash. Under this plan wo can and will sell you
-goods cheaper than ovor and wo shall expect to lnilreasn
our business vory materially. Sluco wo startod hero busi
ness has been very good and wo tako this opportunity of
thanking our customers for past patronago and invito a
continuance of tho same, Wo shall continuo to sell tho
Best goods at bottom pricos, ono prico to all, and your
child can buy as cheaply as yoursolf. Wo call your at
tention especially to our standard brands of canned goods
l- P. O. C. Punch & Bollovuo Cal. Fruits, Hamburgh,
Now York and Punch Vegetables, Coffees and Teas and
Hunter Cream Flour.
SMITH & BEALL.
A WELL KNOWN FACT.
It is acknowledged by all that when a man makes
a specialty of ono lino of business, devoting all
his timo, energy and ability to his work, ho will
mako a success of it. Ono of tho most difficult
and oxacting trades is that of harnoss making,
and wo' claim to havo mastered tho business.
Our goods aro hand made, warranted to give
satisfaction, and our prices always reasonable.
SCOTT & SON,
we have a large stock of
Cement, 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
StephensonBrowne Lbr. Co.
fc9jH? W?sM? H??H?fctf
Tho play, "Casey's Reception"
at tho Opora Houso tomorrow
night, for the benefit of tho Ana
darko Band, will bo ono of tho
most laughablo affairs of tho sea
son. Our oitizons should patron
ize this entertainment liberally,
as a good saaro of tho proceeds
will go to tho band boys, who are
certainly deserving of patronago.
The Anadako Band is an insti
tution of whioh our oity should
L. W. Myehs, Pres.
L. D. Blankensuip, Vico-Pres.
I. E. Cox, Cashier.
J. H.White, Asst. Cashier.
Bhe Citizens National Bank,
Capital, - - $25,000.00.
O. W. Milno, J. P. Brown, L. W. Myors, L. D. Blankenshlp, I. K. Cox.
Does a goneral banking business. Monoy to loan at all times,