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ET YOUR ICE CREAM AT EARHEARTS.
ANADARKO. CADDO CO., OKLA., MAR. 10. 1003.
BBSE NOW LAWS.
)vernor Signed Aloro Than A Scoro
Of Bills Yesterday Out Of
Govornor 'Ferguson though
jnfinod to his homo with an at
io of tho crinno. had a number
the legislative bills that wore
waiting oxeoutivo action sent to
im and this afternoon announce
ment was made of tho governor's
pproval of tho following meas-res:
Authorizing tax for sewer sys-
Fees and salaries of county
Legalizing incorporation town
Bridgeport water works.
Purchase of real eBtato by Al
a for water works.
Free publio libraries and read-
Authorizing cities of first, class
o divert surplus funds.
To compel railroad companies
o fence right of way.
Maintainance of kindergartens.
Admission of attorneys to bar.
Allowing members to retain
Froo distribution of vaccine.
Levy for normal schools.
Fee and salary probato judges.
Legalizing incorporation of
To prevent trespassing on rail
Authorizing construction Ash
Incorporation Benedictine Sis
ters of Sacred Heart.
Purity of elcotiono.
Malting Wilson's digestive pre
In all there were 100 bills pas
sed both houses and reached tho
governor. Of these ho has sign
ed fifty-sovon, vetoed two, al
lowed one to dio a natural death
arid allowed ono to becomo a law
without his signature Tho ro-
maindor as still in his hands.
There were afso eight resolutions
of different kinds roached tho
govornor making a total of 108.
The one becoming a law with
out his signaturo was tho meas
ure repealing tho state board of
health laws and enacting new
ones in their stead.
The bills vetoed woro tho meas
ures repealing tho oil inspection
laws and equipping tho state
Tho following are the bills
signed, in addition to thoso sign
ed today as given abovo.
Legalizing tho contract be
tween W. T. Littlo and tho city of
Legalizing certain Canadian
county school warrants.
Tho Louisiana Purchase expo
Taxing unorganized countios.
School funds new counties.
Legalizing Billups' election.
Authorizing Rock Island town
ship park board.
Elk City incorporation.
Disposition juvenile offenders.
Stillwater water works fund.
Legalizing incorporation Lono
Wolf et al.
Refunding Granito Southwest
ern normal land site.
Authorizing construction of
Additional live stook inspect
ors. Defining harboring criminals.
Canceling misused live stock
Governing private corporations
Paying Greer county teachers.
Croating township assessor.
Legalizing incorporation of
Compensation territorial sec
rotary. Authorizing sale of Perry real-
Legalizing Guthrie city council
Fort Supply bill,
Oil inspection bill.
General appropriation bill.
Mrs. Woods Mn'rrled.
Mrs. Alta M. Woods, wifo of
tholato J. R. Woods, who drew
the lucky number one in tho
great land lottery, is now tho wifo
of Mr. Oliver Powers of San
The wedding took placo on
Thursday last at Lincoln, Neb
raska, the former home of tho
bride. News of tho marriage up
to this hour has not reachod tho
press and only a few very in
timate friends wero aware of tho
fact. Mr. Powers is a civil en
gineer ad an old acquaintance
of the bride, having known the
family since early childhood.
Tho newly married couple ar
rived in the city yesterday and
will make Lawton their home.
Tho management of the Woods
addition will remain in the hands
of Anderson & Anderson. Law-
This offico received a pleasant
call this morning from Mr. G. W.
Campboll and Dr. Campboll. of
this city, in company with G. W.
Whipplo, Frank Whipplo and A.
J. Vandorpool well-to-do farmers
from near Campboll, Logan Co.
O. T. Thoso gentlemen, who aro
old friends of G. W Campboll and
family, havo recently disposed of
thoir farms in Logan Co., and
desire to invest in Luddo Co.
property. G. W. Whipplo is in
terested in tho Logan Co. Bank,
as is G. W. Campboll, of this city,
also. Mr. Campboll, who dosirod
to tako no unfair advantago of us,
straightway informod us that
heso gentlomon woro ropublicanst
but novor-tho-loss, wo aro con
vinced that they will bo a decided
acquisition to tho ranks of Caddo
Co. residents, whother thoy de
cide to invest in city or farm
property. Wo hope thoy will bo
convinced that thoy cannot do
bettor than to invest in this part
Tho Citizens ticket was nom
inated by 17 men, the Republi
can ticket by 43 men, and the
Democratic ticket by 281 men.
Any fair minded man will see at
a glanco that the Democratic
ticket is an expression of tho
wish of tho people, and was nom
inated by them without any
trades or combinations. This
cannot bo said of tho Republi
can ticket, where tho profession
al trader got in his work.
Walks and Crossings Needed.
There woro quito a number of
ladies at tho M. E. ohurch and
tho Opera House last night when
the hard rain came on, and after
tho rain was over, they wero
compelled to wado in water ank
le deep, whoro tho crossings
should havo been, in order to
reach their homes, some not two
blo'oks away. This should bo
remedied at onco. We have a
number of now walks and cross
ings, and thoy aro very much ap
preciated, but is not much sat
isfaction to havo a walk across
ono lot and none across tho next,
.when tho water iB,anjjlojdoppj
Wo havo plenty of nonoy to tako caro of all desira-
blo farm loans. "Wul look after tho final proof and ,
furnish tho monoy for final certificate. Long term
loans with partial payment privelcjo after ono yoar. ,
Annual interest payable on tho first day of any month
in tho year you may select. Principal and interest
payablo at your own bank.
PtiUM & PliUM.
4 doors east of Post Offico, Anadarko, Okla.
RS& WHITLOCK & CLEVELAND Vantyou
Flour and Feed
The largest flour and feed store in Coddo county
Wholesale or retail at lowest cash price
Will Smith (colored) who has
boon suffering from a sovero at
tack of pneumonia, is reported
Store, 1st door west
of National Beaik
We Are Ready for You
- We have been for the last 3 months picking over manufacturers samples and selecting the choicest amongst them. We have
ransacked the Eastern markets from St. Louis to New York and Philadelphia with the aim to gather a stock of merchandise for
spring wear that should be second to none in Oklahoma. We have been receiving, opening and placing these goods for the last 3
weeks and we can truthfully say that WE ARE READY FOR YOU, with a selection of wearables that will please the most
fastidious, and at prices to suit the most economical mind.
Wo show tho noweat effects in Spring woolens, such as Et
amin Vorles, Flake Novelties, Mahares, etc. In ,
The new things in Domestic and Imported : Madras cloths,
Silk TiBBues, Mercerized Novelties, Courtraio Linen Batiste,
Fancy wash Grenadines.
Ready To Wear Department.
You will find all novelty fabrics made into' " . .'
Shirt Waists 38 .
Prices ranging from
50c to $5.00
';New Silk Skirts . .
Of the latest stylo and trimming both in Taffeta PoiDeSoie
made by tho famous Philadelphia Suit Company. Prices
range ' I
$7.50 to $25.00 .
New Wool Skirts
Of the Banner Brand raako whoso productions are ac
knowledod to load tho procession in tho three essentials, fit
style and quality, prices
$3.50 to $9.50.
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rWI4 vuv '4 Mkm
Our Clothing Room
Nothing but Standard Brands
and Union Mado Goods in this
Our clothing room is our es
pecial prido. For our customers
always go out satisfied and suit
ed. Our Spring linos aro now in
and we consider it tho best line of
clothing wo have ever shown in
Wo have all tho new weaves
and fanoy mixtures, that will be
all tho rago in Spring suitings.
Thoy are entirely different
from last year, so wo want you to
como in and post yourself on pat
terns and Btyles.
Four reasons why you should
buy our clothing :
1st, Thoy fit.
2nd. They wear.
3rd. They havo stylo.
4th. They are worth tho money
Our Childrons Department is
full to overflowing. Over ono
thousand suits to pick from. If
you cant find a suit for tho small
boy, you surely will be hard to
"GOLD" AND "SILVER" SHIRT.
They fit, thoy waBh, they wear.That easy feeling goes
with ono of those shirts. Wo have cheaper grades that havo
a hoapjo style in 'em, and oh, the quality! Como and see
for ypurself . . Prices will not make you gasp either. 50o, 75o
If it comes from tho Fair it is good.
Ours is tho largest stock of Shoes in tho city. Wo show tho
newest patterns that tho eastern factories havo gotten out.
Every distinct stylo of tho Queen Quality and Clover Brand
shoo, slipper and Oxford aro on our shelves in all sizes and
Lasts B to E. We want your patronage and will givo you all
that monoy and good workmanship can put in a shoo. Wo
havo added a
In charge of Miss Barksdalo, a thoroughly experienced
trimmer from St. Louis. Wo aro showing a full lino of street
hats now. Will havo our formal opening later, watch for
Wo would liko to call your attention to our
Usonia Brand Hosiery
It is perfectly fast color and superiorto any wearingquality.
See the new patterns wo are showing this spring in Laco
weave effects, from
The newest in Silk Clocked fancies, at
35c to $1.00
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