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ANADARKO. CADDO CO.. OKLA.. APL. 21. UK)! J.
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PASNT THE TOWN
ANY OLD COLOR
With puint bought of DIVERS A
TAYLOR. Thoy carry a full lino of
Paints, Oils, Brushes, Wall Paper, Etc.
Artistic painting a specialty.
Broadway, 3rd door west of P. O.
fDemiag Loan . Investmeat Co
We arc loanine; our own funds and doing a
homo business. Money will bo paid on day ap
plication is mado if title is porfect and security is
ample. Wo ask for no delays. Wo always have
ready money on hand to loan at lowest rates of
interest, and will give equally good or hotter
terms than any other firm.
ers, Local Agent.
Office, Citizens National Bank.
I Hugh Graham, groceries, dry goods
and notions, Mam bt. west ol Bank.
Some may otter ou u few articles at reduced
nrlc.es. but I will nmko low nrlces oncvcrythlnj
F. K. Ponn.
G. L. Wood.
&Ae Pioaeer Abstract Co.
Uns tho onlv coranleto sot of Abstract books in Caddo county. Handle
Kcal Estate, writo Insurance and Loan Monoy on Farms at lowest rate,
office, Rooms 6 and 7 Holler Bldg
P Mitchell & Hemaiv, &
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jawaBB3jqv uaruware, aiovos an xinware. cxciusivu winu
(( yk Mill and Pump doalers. Wo handlo tho best Binder
ub.AL.biis w on the muiket, tho celebrated Milwaukee, it is tho
IN H lightest draft bludor 'on tho inarkot. It is known
m tno worla over for its ukiii (irait nnci ourauniiy ana
OnraHJ Rood work. Pall and seo us on Malt St. bet. Gth & th
Miickell & Haema..
lh now ready for the reception of patient, lleinir eijuip
ped with most modern apparatus and appliances, we aie
specially prepared to treat aucpufully all chronic diseases
which would not bg benelltted by luadloino alone. With
tho varioui forms of eletrlulty, together vrlth Dry Hot Air
Hath', at temperature r'angiuif from SflO to 400 dogross rarely
fails to euro any form of rhoirmatlim, sldn or norvous
disoaso. Our Comprobsed Air and O.ono' apparatus to
gether with judicious medication, make almostcortaln tho
euro of Catarrh and Bronchial troublos. Wo mako a
spoolalty of Surgery, Genlto-Urlnary and Rectal dlsoasos,
treating tho latter by Electricity.
Hates $2.50 to ?fl.OO per day. Call or write,
Anadarko Sanitarium. no!77c5
OF HOUSTON CASE.
Tho preliminary hoaring of the
case of tho Territory vb. James
Hughes, for tho murder of Lute
Houston, ,vas resumed about 10
o'clock this morning.
Tho first witness called was
Fred Hudson, who testified that
ho was at ono time confined in
tho Guthrio jail, and was ro
loased from custody August 25,
1002;That ho had mado arrange
ments with tho U. S. authorities
for tho capturo of Borfc Casey,
and that Lockett was also con
fined in tho jail at Guthrio, boing
roleascd on bond prior to the ro
lease of Nvitness. Thoy. went to
Sono's togothor. Witness was
to bo granted immunity in caso
Casey was gotten out of tho road.
Witnoss was not awaro that S3,
500 reward was offered for Casey.
Was, at the time Casey's body
was delivered to proper authori
ties, a deputy U. S. Marshall.
Tho second witness, Chas. E.
Wayne, testified that ho was em
ployed gathering corn for Jamos
Hughes, on Oct. 20 1002;Thaton
that date ho saw Jim Hughes at
home, gathering up horses, pre
paratory to shipping thorn; Saw
him at about 3 p. m., also in tho
evening; Also testified that ho
knew Will Crossland, and that
Crossland was not at tho Hughes
ranch Oct. 20, but arrived thero
tho next Saturday. Witness also
testified that Bon Hughes and
Cash Littroll moved Mrs. Hughes
to Cloud Chief on Oct. 21. Wit
ness testified that ho did not go
to tho Hughes ranch for tho pur
po"Rrjof warning Bert Casey, and
carried no messago regarding
Tho testimony of tho third wit
ness, H. E. Russell, was along
tho lino previously gone over,
his evidence tending mainly to
corrobato tho statements made
by former witnesses in regard to
certain important details. Wit
noss testified that he did not know
Lockett, Hudson or Sims.
Tho fourth witness, J. W. El
liot, testified that ho is at the
presont in tho Buloon business at
Harrison, O. T.;that on Oct. 20,
ho was living at tho Hughes
ranch, that ho saw Lute Houston
on thatdato, and that Lute Hous
ton started for Mountain Viow
between 3 and 4 p. m, and that
Crossland was not present at the
Hughes ranch on Oct. 20. That
when Houston loft tho ranch, he
was riding a roan horse, which
horso witness saw in a wagon
yard in Anadarko today. The
prosecution endeavored to show
that a relationship existed be
tween Keys, of Harrison, and
Keys of Arkansas, who attempt
ed tho life of Fred Hudson. Wit
noss was not cognizant of Buch
relationship, and is not connected
with Koys in saloon business at
Tho fifth witness, S. G. Lit
troll, testified thut he began
work at tho Uughos ranch Oct.
7. That ho, in company with
Jim and Bon Ilughoe, was ar
rested at Cordoll, and confined
in tho jail at Arrapahoe untill
last Saturday, when thoy wore
brought to this place. His tes-
timony was substantially tho
samo as that of sovoral other
employes of tho Hughes ranch.
Tho sixth witness, Will Cussland,
refused to testify, stating that he
was acting under instructions
from his attorney, was oxcused
from further testimony. Tho
seventh witness, Bon Hughes,
testified that ho had known tho
murderod man, Lute Houston,
for probably 20 years. That ho
This part of Oklahoma is rap':,
idly forging to tho front,, ancl
Caddo county will'soririuVFlfeogF
formed tho acquaintance of Fred
Hudson in August 1902, at
Woathorford. That ho saw Lute
Houston and Fred Hudson, in,
thoevoningof Oct. 20th about i
fe.mdown and that thoy told him
they woro going to Mountain ,
Viow. That Hudson rodo a sor-1
roi norso anu L.uto rotlo a roan
horso. That Hudson had bor
rowed tho sorrel horso on ac-1
count of his horso boing crippled, i
That tho horses were returned to ,
his ranch during his absenoe in
Ark. Witness testified that ho
was a friend of Bert Casey, but
had not soon him since in Aug.
tho day tho officers of the dif
ferent counties mado the general
round-up nt the Hughes ranch.
Witness positively denied the
statomont mado last Saturday, by
"Whizzor" Hughes, in regard to
tho threat mado by Bort Casey,
in tho presence of James and
Bon Hughes at tho conclusion of
this tostimony, tho court ad
journed tho case untill 1 :30 p.
Prosperous Caddo County.
Caddo county is tho banner
county of tho new country. Tho
only ono of tho throo now count
ies which is all bona-fido farming
land, as tho mountains do not ex
tend within its borders. Anadar
ko, tho county soat, has a popu
lation of almost 4,000, is surroun
ded on overy sido by rich farm
ing lands, which produce in
abundance all such grains and
Vegetables as are indigenous to
this climato. Caddo county real
estate is pre-eminently tho safest
investment in Southwestern Oklahoma.
This part of Oklahoma is rapk
nized as tho industrial center of
Southwestern Oklahoma. Ar
rangements aro boing mado for
tho establishment of cotton mills,
flouring mills, cement mills, can
ning factories, etc., at difforont
points within her borders, and it
is only a question of a few years
when Caddo county will equal
tho leading countieB of many of
tho older states, not only in tho
production of grains, fruits and
vegetables, but in tho manufac
ture of many staplo articles.
Tho now southwest is noted
in the energy and push of tho
inhabitants, and tho result is us
ually apparent in tho rapid ad
vancement of all industrial en
terprises whioh tend to increase
tho prosperity of tho citizons.
Anadarko and Caddo county as
suredly have tho most brilliant
prospects for a prosperous fu
ture. No Respecter of I'crsons.
Tho Lawton Daily Nows scorns
to havo a kick coming because
tho dust ''filled tho oyos and
mouths of prominont citizons,"
ono day recently. Tho Nows
will probably find out boforo tho
summer is ovor, that Oklahoma
dust is no rospoctor of porsons,
and will go aftor a prominent
oitizon with as much vindictive
noes, as aftor a knight ct the
Board of Uducation.
Tho Board of Education mot
last ovoning and wrote "Finis"
aftor its proceedings. Tho new
ly oloctod members then took tho
oath of offico and tho board re-j
organized with Jno. O. Burgott,
Pros, Mr. Campboll Vico Pros,
Thoodoro Pruott Clerk aud Hugh
A gold mouthed crystal watch
charm, resembloB a lamp.brillant.
Finder return to F. E. Stelznor,
caro Duncan & Leonhard and re
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Wo havo pli'Mj nf monoy to take raro of all dosira-
bio farm loans. Will look after tho final proof and
furnish tho monoy for final certificate. Lontr term
loans with partial payment priveloge aftor ono year.
Annual interest payable on tho first day of any month
in tho year you may select. Prinoipal and inlorost
payable at your own bank.
4 doors east of Post Office, Anndarko, Okla.
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, O GET OUR PRICES ON W G-
ONS, BUGGIES, and FARM IM
PLEMENTS. Wo carry tho largest
stock in Caddo county and tho best
lino of goods that aro manufactured.
If you want a wagon wo havo tho Bain, Clinton and
Linatrothc. Wo handlo tho oolobratod Bluo Ribbon
and Anchor Buggies. Thoy aro tho boston earth. Our
spring stock of plows, cultivators, etc. aro horo and wo
aro prepared to savo you monoy.
WE1JYIER & SON,
Everything in Hardware. Anadarko, Okla.
Store, 1st door west
of National B&nk
ifisAo Hwpsi Hir'rartfi
BEWAHE ? IMITATIONS.
I We Carry tkeMo;
1 Complete Liae of
hs Farm Implements, Wagons, Bug-
ESS gies, Harness, Wind Mills, Pumps,
S Paints and Oils in tho city. Agents s
for Advanco Threshing machines
E and McCormack harvesters. j
B Street JOHN PFAFF & SOS.
Ej 'phone 3