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ANA.DARKO. CADDO CO.. OKDA.. API.. 7. 1003.
Poetry is all right in Its place,
vt it is not noedod on our stroots
.til thoy nro prepared to shod
iter bettor than thoy now do.
a sir, not yet, it is too sloppy.
ivo ua Jinn uampuou lor sircoi
mmissioncr and ho willproparo
bo stroots anu storm sowers io
led oVon rain water and dog-
Tho Tribune speaks of Unoojfc
s and pushers. WhathaglJrb.
y)ito, dono for tho city of Aha-
irko? And whon? Voaa no
and in position to talk of car-
lot-baggers? Didn't yoUver
ear that ho camo in just in timo
bo.ost the republicans last fall,
nd got tho countyvprinting?
Mr. Whito has read Bro. Ham-
lond, Bradford, et al out of tho
bpublican party, but wo predict
nat tho abovo named gontlomon,
igethor with thoir staunch do-
endors, will bo doing business
ftho old ropublican stand long
fte"r thoir traducers aro ior-
Mr. Hamilton succeeded in
knocking out tho Tiiidatos on
tho citizens ticket loi the council
and school board, end now tho
citizens of Anadarko will knock
out Mr. Hamilton. And so tho
morry war goos on.
Dof eat purifies a party; Both
parlies nood purifying.'"-Times
Indeed thoy do, and if defeat
purifies, both tho republican and
citizens parties will bo angelic in
thoir purity after today.
Vote for tho democrat candi
dates in your ward for council
men and membors of tho School
Board if you want to vote rignt.
Thoy aro all mon worthy any
position that might bo given
At tho Citizons mooting last
night Cochran's pedigreo was
well shown up. Cochran hasour
sympathy as ho surely will feel
like 30 cents whon ho hoars tho
Say Bro. Hamilton tho law
ays it is tho duty of tho city
lerk to publish an itemized
rtatomont of all monios roceiyou
md disbursed during his term of
iffico. Have you no rocord or
iro you ashamed of it? Speak
lp Bro. Hamilton speak up.
lias any tax-payor had tho
pleasure of reading an itemized
gtatomont of tho receipts and
disbursements of tho public mon
ey as manipulated by tho g. o. p.
in tho past year, sworn to by his
eminence, F. V. Hamilton?
Judgo Gillott did not appear at
tho Ropublican Rally last night
and mako a speech for them.
Tho Judgo is too wiso for that.
I Ho is not going to bo caught in a
Talk about gall think of a man
asking tho public to retain lum
in an offico that ho has held for
ono year and noglected or ro-
fusod to account for.
From tho "To -whom it may
concern" in a lato issue of tho
Tribuno, concerning 0. K. Coch
ran, it appears ho was forced to
hunt up a Pop to got a certificate
that ho was a republican.
A vote for Ilofloy means a
vote for a man fearless in tho
discharge of his duty, a man who
can not bo influenced by fear,
favor or money.
Voto tho straight Democrat
ticket if you want to bo on tho
winning side, for it is a sure
Voto for Bill Divors and lot us
look at tho books.
Brother Whito in his oxtromity
mostroflorl to misrepresentation
in tho following language "Tho
Secretary told tho writer of this
articlo a year ogo that thero
would bo no improvements start
ed in tho now towns boforo
anothor oleotion and thon thero
must bo different officers olectod
than had boon up to this timo, or
tho appropriations authorized by
tho special act of congress would
not bo paid out and thoy would
consequently finally lapse and
tho provisions of tho act would
bo inoperative." Thosamo state
ment was mado at Lnwton by
ropublican politicians and tho
department has branded it as an
absoluto falsehood in a lettor to
L. P. Ross of Lawton.. Now
Mr. Whito proves his public
spiritedncss in coming into our
city making money off our
citizens and then by such mothods
attempts to involve a fund for
which our energy and timo was
spent in getting and in which ho
used neither influence, timo or
money. This certainly shows a
malignant 'spirit and indicates
that if ho cannot rule ho will ruin
and such a disposition displayed
by a man who has nfado tho
monoy ho claims to in this com
munity is dangerous and may
probably cuuso him after suffer
ing defeat at the polls to attempt
to weak hie vengeance on ou" city
by doing what is indicated ho
would do in his articlo.
Tho writer of this articlo givos
tho Secietary of tho Interior
credit for honesty and feels
satisfied that ho would not stoop
to suoh dirty mgthods.-agaug.-, .
gested by Mr. White, to influence
city elections in tho now country
towns. Now this statement ac
credited to tho Secrofary as bo'
ing made ono year ago is neces
sarily stamped as false for tho
reason that no effort was made to
expend any monoy until after
Juno 30, 1003. at which date tho
bill for an increase of appropria
tion was made, tho notice thereof
boing givon to Mr. F.V.IIamilton
in July 1002. If Mr. Whito do
siroe to involve tho fund so ap
propriated in a controvorsoy, wo
can only believe that ho would
U80 his individual effort to de
feat tho city in getting tho monoy
if his candidates wore dofoatod.
What hotter recommendation
could bo givon to tho Mayor to
bo presented to the Soorotary of-
tho Interior than that tho Mayor
elect was first Mayor and so gain
ed tho respect of tho community
that thoy re-elected him.
We have plenty of monoy to tako caro of all desira
ble farm loans. Will look after tho final proof and
furnish tho monoy for final certificate. Long term
loans with partial paymont pnvoiogo alter onoyoar. (
Annual intorostnayabloon tho first day of anymorfth'
in tho yonr you may soloot.
payabln at your own bank.
Prinoipal and interest
Tho crowd at tho ropublican
mooting last night fairly rop
rcBents tho voto that party will
rocoivo today. About thirty
whites and about twenty colored
constituted tho entiro audience.
Tho' democrats had almost as
manypcoplo at thoir eommlttoo
meeting as tho republicans had at
thoir bip: rally. Whilo tho citi
zens had fivo times as many
auditors at their open air mooting
as was at tho McAninch Hall.
Tho Times says that Cochran iB
tho third man in tho race, and it
surely looks that way. But
Divers will havo moro votes than
both Cochran and Bradford.
Mark our prediction.
doors oast of Post Officio,
WHITLOCK & CLEVELAND
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Master Dutton says the Demo
crat charged an enormous
amount for tho formor oloction
proclomation, but failed to men
tion either figures or facts con
corning tho largo bills tho former
Tribuno editor charged tho city,
bu thca .same, things are like
carfWnKhp moro vpn 'stir thorn
tho moro offonsivo thoy become.
After tho4olection isovor w
sincerely hojp tho .editor of' tho
Tribuno will not become despon
dent enough to do anything rash.
Keop cool, Bro. White,
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Good skirts well trimmed, well
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