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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 11 September 1905

fb mim mortal 2? VOLUME 5. A.SADA.KKO OKLAHOMA, MONDVY, .sHlMMSUltHK, U, l!K)5 Gas And Oil Company Amarillo Gentlemen Organize To Develop Property In Caddo County On last Tuesday the Amarillo, Texas Oil and Gas Co. was or ganized under a charter granted in Oklahoma, with headquarters and main pffioes in Anadarko Caddo county Okla. capital stook $400,000. The Amarillo, Texas Oil & Gas Co. has 2,600 aores of land, with every indication o an immense oil yield in the field where there is much excitement being manifested over the gas and oil discoveries. The company is composed of D. T. Wren, President, J. 1H. Gouldy, Seoretary, F. B. Gouldy Treasurer and Cashier, all of Amarillo, and J. E Golden, of Anadarko, General Manager. $These gentlemen are all very en thusiastic, as they not only have a large body of land with the best of oil indications, but have oil itself, in what quantity ia to be determined just as soon as a well can be put down. Mr. Wren returned from the field, bringin...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 11 September 1905

y THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT L. T IUjkskll., Fdltor nnd Prop. O 'MCI At. 1'AI'HH Or THK OITY OK AN A DAKKC AND 0AI)I)O COUNTY. StllWIHIPTION KATBS DAILY Oje jo.ir lu utlvuneo lf.00 Six nonth1 In ndvance 2.7fi Th-cp nindttia Jo mfvunct- ri.fiO WRKKLY lUHl!SWln EVKKY TIIUIIS BAY. One Voar B t Mmthi. Turn Month. .tl.OO CO J6 Kntoid t Uif Hikiollico at Ana darko, Oklwhon.H. woort'CiHfrt raai) maUir. Any erroneous reflection upon tlm clinniaior, gutiidtnjt or reputation of any person, Arm oroorwumttan which rimy uppowr in the columns of tlio DomoorRt will be Kindly corroclod upon Its belo brought to tb t tention of Hi innaoiwnt. tf AUVUKIISINd UATECAH1) DAILY: SIHBte lomrllon unlM n or Iom IBo rnrlooli lUKto toMrlttth onnlo two column If Ho p?rlneh " nlmrinliiMiftimi found to iittlf iwiic le tier letoli KEitfalMrrtlOM imko or more IChj lir Inoli ltoiioimhlo ilKeoutH fur lime uotitiwut DAILY. Ill utUnt! IuohI. I H)8 InocrlloDH Bo iwlta " HotduiK IockIhX to 5 Imiurllaiw 4o .vr Hnn pit iMortlun,...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 11 September 1905

PnmQ Ifl th0 hQrrQl UnilOO fcr god whiskies- We amy the largest and best stock in the ne UUIIlU lU lIlU Udllul nUUbu P Ian yu caI?.I?0 1 be deceived as you have no one to trust but the ernment. i in jwui vvn juya duu uoiues irom our stock or barrels. Sidney G. Hurley, Prop. Corner 5 th and Main street. Anadarko, Oklahomi ..LOCAL HAPPENINGS.. In a Condensed Fovm J. H. Hurley made a business trip to Et Rono today. J. S. Fisher OMme up on the morning train from Apaohe. Geo. V. Bug left yesterday morning for Oklahoma City. Prof CuBhing left on the morning train fo Oklahoma City. Marvin Bryan loft ye3terday j for Neman to a'.tend the Uni versity. A. J. Morris loft yesterday for Hobart to attend the fall term of court there. Mrs. J. H. Hendrickson ac companied her brother, Hon. J. P. Tally to Chiokashathis morn ing. Fred and Will Stelzner have returned from Lawton, where they have been duBing the past week. Mrs. John Bostiok is spending the week in the oity with her parents, Mr. and MrB, ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 11 September 1905

PUNURAL OP II. MITCHELL Tho funeral of II. B. Mitoholl, whn (Hod at ono o'clock Satur day afternoon, wus hold at tho family rosidonco on West Wash ington street at two o'clock yes terday afternoon, tho services being conducted by Rev. K. H. Tois, pastor of the ProBbytonan ohuroh. Thoao latt sad ritos woro unusually impressive, a8 all pruMnt woro deeply affeotoU y the unilmoly death of this man who wan known by all as a most kind and considerate husband and father, a loyal friend, anex omplary oilixen and ono of tho ahrowdost, brainiest attorneys in tho now country. Tho Caddo County Bar Aso- ' t...i-., nitmiriiul tho funeral in a body, aa did the Order of Eagles, tho doooasod boing a prominont mombor of these or ganizations. Ho was also a mombor of tho Masonic order and tho Knights of Pythias at Okla homa City. "Horb" Mitoholl, as ho was familiarly known to many of his frionds and associates, leaveB a wifo and four ohildron to mourn hiB absonoo from tho homo of which ho was so fond, ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 21 January 1907

ijitxfT n 1 ft-V . '4. The Daily vjk. i. 'ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, JANUARY 2 1, 1907. NO, I. ( lltL Democrat v IE SALOON FIGHT IS ON Saloon Men Would Open Spite of Refusal of papers To Print Notice in We take tho following from Friday's Chickasha Express con- corning tho lino sajoon. This ie new tack in tho promotore of he lino snloon and indioatop the diro predicament they are in and what means they proposo to take ,o quench the thirst of their ques tionable Hat of petitioners. Wo oubt vorv much tho practicabil ity of their new scheme, since the mnadarko papers have flatly re- lUot'U IU j.uuiiaii n.u juui iiuiitiui "Citizena of tho Lino House neighborhood wost of town aro preparing to take active stops to prevent tho safoons from being licensed again. Since the Ana 'darko papora rcfusou to publish notice o application for license, the Baluon people have had their notices published in Cement and fcApacho papers and have also posted notices in tho county. On tho strength of ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 21 January 1907

'. . i IIWEW It-W III 1 fssn&r&& mm,- .it, lii' Mb 1 PV (fr frMlm.MffHfl .JWlWWWtwlWCfj .' JM : ' f . j t? rx.. n r ivk. c? g&23&LM)IZ5Wl koDtw & && For tlioo whoso doslros Ho outaldo tho bonton track of ghibo trottor nnd tourist, tho uppor roachofl of tho Nllo off or gront Inducements. Lonvlng Cnlro by trnln, ono stnrts from whnt will ono ilny bo tho northorn tor minus of tho gront "Capo to Cnlro" railway, nnd trnvols Btomllly south wards ovor tho dosert for two days. Thon n chaiiKO Is mado to a Nllo Htoamor, which nouthwnrd, ovor southward, slowly forgos Its way ngalnst tho current of that mighty rlvor whoio hlatory goos hack to such roinoto Impunotrnhlo ngos of antliulty. In nnothor two days Wndy Haifa Is reached, nnd thonco n light military railway boara tho woary nnd dlshov elod trnvolor nt longth to Khartoum. Ovor 20 yonrs hnvo paaaod slnco Gor don't magnlflcont dofonao of tho city ngalnst tho Mnhdl'H hordes and his tragic fnto nt tho hands of t...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 21 January 1907

I L .. By THOMAS P. HARRINGTON, M. D. mrmrmm JIIE unprecedented nctivity and Eocinl policies finda its expression in the home-school alli ance in medical inspection, in school nurses, in feeding-school children, and in tho care of (ho abnormal child. Each of these functions belongs to (ho home. Is the school then an usurper whon it attempts to fulfill any or all of these duties? As physicians, we know that mental and physical defects among 3chool children exist to a surprising extent, that many of these defects aro remcdiablo with a great gain to tho child, X that underfeeding is more prevalent than is supposed, that many of these poorly fed children could overcome tho handicap of a bad start if boldily nutrition was kept somewhere near actual requirements. No remedy can be most effective until the cause of the evil is known. These causes exist in both the school life and the home life of the child. At homo wo find tho materialistic influences of modern social lifo, tho indifference...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 21 January 1907

AiaLcUrko Daly Democrat. IIlfltNllON rtUOH., PUIIMHIIMIIM. Entered at the PoBtofllce at Anndarko, Oklahoma, as Second Clans Mail Matter. SUIISCItHTION ItATKS. Dally, by carrier, per week, 10c. Hy mall, jwr year, $!?.00 What standing will tliollon. Air. JJniloy havo in Uio futuro i)ov wows of the Demo cracy sinco his pi-eniMit predicament., niul charges of corruption, in being weighed in tlio Imlanco of public opinion? The Democrat in the Honato nro alt 1ring bnck and enjoying Ihu spectacle of Republican swatting Republican. It' tho old, old glory being- ropen tod " When thiovos fall out, honeat men will get their duo." The Txa Setifttorsltip The people oT Texas havo been involvod in a stronuouH nampnign following that; oi" the regular primaries and the statu con vention. rcMiator lmiloy, who has achiov od a heretofore on viable reputation as a Statesman and orator is now engaged in light of hiH life before the Texas legtelaturo for reflection. It is charged that he is guilty of im p...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 22 January 1907

The Daily Democrat o rVoL. I. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, JANUARY 22, 1 907. NO, 2. f I I v a SURPLUS IS Senator Long Introduces Amen dment for The Sale of Surplus Lands "Washington, D.C. Jan. 18 The removal of restrictions upon the Balo of of allotments in Indian Territory is proposed in an am endment to tho Indian appropria tion bill offered in tho senate to day by Senator Long. The Kansas sonator is a mem ber of tho select committee that viBitod Indian Territory last fall and tho amendment embodies the recommendations of that com mute regarding tho opening of tho Indian lands for salo,it reads : "On and after July 1, 1007, all tho restrictions upon tho aliena DAN LAND tion, leasing or encumbering of the lands except homesteads of alla'Iottees of Indian blood, ox- - cept minora of either of the five Tribes, and all restrictions upon J.ho alienation of all lands of tho JsallottoeB not of Indian blood, are ! hereby romovod." . The amendment was offered as -a substitute for tho...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 22 January 1907

FIRST STATE CAPITOL FORT FOR CITIZEN SOLDIERS A REMARKABLE PUPIL t BIRTHPLACE OF WISCONSIN STILL STANDING. Erection of Imposing Structure at Madlion Recoils Humble Dulldlng Where Territorial Adminis tration Was Organized. Mndlson, Wis. Wisconsin's now capltol will lio n mimptuouB structure) compared with tlio building tho stntu fathers occupied whon tlioy gathered In loglslntlvo sosslon In 1818. Tho do volopmont of tho groat commonwealth ,is shown In tho roqtilrod nmpllllcntlnn of Its Htuti.'liouso. Tho legislature of Wisconsin Iiiih fnr outgrown tho mod est lilt lo building which tit tho tlmo of 'Its oroctlon wns considered tho flnost f Its kind. It hiiH demands thnt tho enlarged cnpltol could not tnwt, and no tho old will give plnco to tho now. Work on the now structure Is being rapidly pushed, and nl tho meeting of December 27 specimens of the host grades of liullilliiK malarial for tho outside wnlls woro submitted by Architect Post, In tho oarly days many towns woro nnxlons to l...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 22 January 1907

I t BmpiSsr Home La J Mr. William A. Itadford will nnswor questions and clve mlvlco FUEH OF COST on nit subjects pertaining to the subject of building for tho reader of this paper. On account of his wide expe rience, ns Editor, Author nnd Manufnc turcr, ho Is, without doubt, tho hlchost authority on nil theso subjects. Address nil Inquiries to William A. Hadford, No. 194 Fifth Ave., ChlcnRO. III., and only -cncloso two-cent stamp for reply. A flvo-roonr cottago that Is con venient nnd thnt looks nent and com fortablo Is not easily planned. Thero are many dlltlcultlcs In tho way of laying out living rooms and bedrooms on ono floor. Cottago houso plans liavo brought grey hairs to tho heads of many architects and n good deal of comfort to tho ownors nftor thy are built and pnld for. Formerly families wore not so hard to please ns tSvy aro at tho pBcnt ,tlmo; In fact, a hundred years ago 'tho most fastidious and oxcIiibIvo of our forofnthors thought they woro 'qulto comfortablo In a log...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 22 January 1907

Arvsvdeuko Daily Democrat. 1IKUNIION IIUOH., I'UlllllHIimiH. Knterad nt the l'oatofllce nt Anadnrko, Oklnhomn, as Second Cine Mail Matter. SUIISCItllTION KATES. Dafljr, by carrier, par week, 10c. Hy mail, per ytnr, $8.00 Should tiho removnl of restrictions upon 1iho sale of allotments in the Indian Terri tory as proposed by Congress in an amend ment, ns stated in a Washington dispatch printed elsewhere in those colums, become a law, there will be a groat rush of land Bookers into tho now State. The country will fill up with intelligent. ilinfty farmers from tho overcrowdod sister States. There -will bo added, also, churches, schools, roads, in fact, all tho blessings now on joyed by tho citizens of tho now two Territories It will put an end to an ago of savagery and misrule. State Capital's Mctuidcriiifjs. The Oklahoma State Capital, which is acting a sort of a fatherly ringmaster to the convention, promises us that the Wo man Suffrage question will be served up for our enlortainmon...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 23 January 1907

The Daily Democr CjII 3L VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, JANUARY 2d, 1907. NO, 3, M NEW PROPOSITION Common Camera Cannot Own Mining Land Prohibi- tion Question. Guthrio, Okla., Jan 23.-Rail-road corporations, common car riers and any of their officers or Rtnokholdere aro prohibited from ,.:,,r,.T hv nnrchaao or lease nnv oohI. aBphalt, oil or -timber lands in the proposed state, by a provision introduced by Hopkins, of Muskogee, for lncorpoc.mun in the constitution, a iuhuui provision prohibits any firm from holding by lease or purchaso more than 3,000 acres of such land. In the ovont ? violation of these provisions tlu deeds are to revort to the state. The pro vision was referred to the com mittee on coal, oil. gas and tim ber lands. A constitutional proposition in troduced by Cobb, of Sopulpa, v,r rpmiPHt. nrovided that the termii of Btate, county and town ship officers should be four years, that those first elected should hold until January 1, 1009, and that the next g'...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 23 January 1907

AN EXCITING WOLF HE WINS CHERISHED TOGA. PASSENGERS ON A STREET CAR WEEP HUNT AT Cfl SOUTH SIDE POLICEMEN ENJOY DIVERSION. PAIR OF BOLD OFFICERS D.ish Into Yard Where Little Girl Is Trying to Make Friends with "Savage Beast" Young Lady Claims Animal. Chldngo. An excUlnic wolf hunt liroko tho monotony of Ufa In the Stanton 'avenue police slatlon the oth er day, the police arriving. Ilkt stage liorutM, Just In time to wave n chilli 'from the "savage beast." For SI hours n large black Umber voir hnil been nt large on tho South Vildo. The nuliiitt was captured In tho hack yard of n -,il nice on Calumet Hvnnue, while n liuie girl, supposing it to he a dog, was trying to make friends with It- 'Hie rescuer were Patrolmen .1. I'. O'Donnell and 1). D. Morrlu. .Morrill jronie from the Wrick Hills, and lioMts of having caught coyotes with lils bare hands. lie had an opimr 1 unity to display his ability In this .line when the telephone hell of the imllce station rang and n hysterical voice over...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 23 January 1907

& How to Retain Youthful Appearance of the Nose rfr-m limn 11 nn KimjiiijisjmniiinMii mw V f Hnndsomo nosos nro few and far between. Even tlioso that aro woll hnpod nro ofton spoiled by large pores and red or purple tips, and worst -of all age, Bays tho beauty doctor, shows first In the noso; so tho woman who wants to koop bor youth and lmprovo ho looks must bo up and doing. Mnssngo, which does such wonders for every part of tho body, Is most necessary If tho youthful appoaranco of tho noso is to be retained. Go about the massago gontly, but thoroughly. Soap tho noso onco a day and scrub It with a cloth. Tho skin's texture will becomo finer and tho noso will keep young. If tho skin Is very coarso and ugly and tho poros largo (a very common mlsfortuno nmong womankind nlns!), treat your noso to a dally benzolnntod bath for awliilo. Uso tepid wafer, into which enough benzoin has boon 'poured to mako It milky. Benzoin is ono of tho boat skin tonics and as trlngonts in tho world; but...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 23 January 1907

1 Col. Watterson's Pass Wo glean the following from tho February Everybody's: A young newspaper man. wish ing to got from Chicago to Mem phis, purchased a milongobook from a tiokotscalpor. Tho book had been tho property of of a re porter for tho Louisville Courier Journal, and tho description in tho cover was alarmingly differ ent from his own. Tho sharp oyod conductor immediately noticed this. "Aro you on tho Courior-Jour- nal?" he asked suspiciously. "Oh, yos. I'vo biion a reporter there for soveral years." Tho conductor asked for somo identification, which, naturally, tiio pansenger waa unable to give. I havo it," said tho conductor, suddenly romomboring. "It just happens thut Hunry Watturson of tho Courior-Journal is on tho Pullman ahead. If you're all right ho ought to be able to iden tify you." At this the young man all but collapsed. However, there was nothing to it but to take tho chance. When they found llonry Wuttereon thu oonduotor handed out tho miloago book and, point i...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 24 January 1907

Daily Democrat W VOL. M. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, JANUARY 24, 1907. NO, 4. EARRHOUAKE PROPHET BIG PASTURE BIDS RE QUANAH WILL ASK FOR HAS THEM GUESSING PORT OF TABULATOR Tl LARGER PAYMENTS i& Tuln, I. T., Jan. 23 Spnnglor, tho Philehelphia prophet, who cnllod tho turn on Hovoral calam itiea in advanco during tho last throe or four years has Tulsa on tho run. Spangler, it is claimed, prophesied tho destruction of Kingston on January 12, missing his guess only two days. Ho al so successfully forecasted tho Frisco disaster and tho Chilean horror. A number of other catastrophios are given to him. The apparent succosa of Span glor's diyes into tho diro doeds of old Mother Nature have caused nervous people all over tho world to liston to him with ears wido open. Spangler in connection with. hiB Kingston stunt, went stronger and said tho whole world was going ker-smash noxt year. This prediction following in tho wake of the Jamaican earthquake, has caused many neurotio gather ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 24 January 1907

000OOOOOOOOOOOCK000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCKOOOo' PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT 13 y CHARLES E. SPItAGUE. Nnletl Llntfulst nnil Ilinkcr of New York. fir JfK M I nm not now writing nn a repnwnlntiv of the sim plified spelling board. Tlio I use nil tlio simplified forms recommended by its execuliv committee, and lmv vnlcd for flinin nil. vet in mv nrivafn ennncitv T clnim Nl& "1C ''"M'r'3r simplifying 'l furtber, nt least to tlio cx- JWr J tent which wns adopted in 1880, nftcr fill consideration lp t by the Aincricnn 1'liilologienl nocinlion nnd the l'liilo- jp logical society of Clrent Uritain. Most people hnv never thought of spelling na n thing cnpnhl of improvement. They think of it ns ono of tho forces of nnlure, soinolblng iincfcnpnhle, unavoidable, irresistible, liko tho rising nnd potting of tho inn or tho Arrangement of stars in tho finnnmont. They novor lmv thought of it ns merely nn ntlcnipt to picture tho spoken lan f,'"ngo, which is tho ronl lmigmigo. 'J'ho picture is not n ve...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 24 January 1907

SfoN SECRET Truo Storlos of Experience In tho State, Vr, Treasury and Postolflce Departments. By COL. JASPER. EWINC DRADY (lit! Center el Telefrtphi tnj Chit! SUotl OMictr.U. S. ASinlUf4t Colt.) Capture of Jim Fleishman, Moonshiner ) In tho early 70's moonshlnlng was rampant, especially In Kentucky, Ar kansas nnd Missouri nnd tho working of tho secret Bervlco branch of tho gov ernment had been at times far from satisfactory. Tho district of Kentucky, Arkansas and Missouri wns In charge of a general superintendent, who In turn divided Ills district Into smaller ones each In chargo of a supervisor. Thoso supervisors had Individual staffs of operatives and on their shoulders devolved tho work of arroatlug moon shiners. Moonshlnlng was a crlmo against federal law and as such was punlsh nblo by United Stntes courts. In tho summer of '71 tho federal court sitting nt St. Louis was especially actlvo In Investigations; grand Juries workod dally and many lndlctmonts woro re turned and warrant...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 24 January 1907

1 sf Fort CobbR R4 Jnn. 20 Plonty of wot wonthor thoHO days, Cotton plcklnc is just about ovor now. Ralph Bryan is fencing his school land. S. IS. Erwin was soon butohor ing hogs Friday. Mr.Jonston is building a houso on hie eoliool land. Mr. Throokmorton is building a houio on his farm. Th Smock and Nwman lit Onoy Friday was woll attondod. Mr. Oilbort and family viaited ' Olift Maton and family Sunday. Mr. Hudson and family movod . onto Mrs. Foitors lonjo this woek. There wai pronohing at FoBtor Mliool houia Sunday, Jan. 18, ulto lit night. Tim rain spoiled the pis Buppor hL lh Poaoh sohool houso Wed nMdHy night. Dr. C. P. Warnor our up-lo-dtite veterinarian made a trip to Carnegie Wednesday. Quite a nurcbar of younjt peo ple of this neighborhood attendod the oonoert at Ft. Cobb. Ruth Bryan gave a party to some hor friondu Saturday night in honor of her 10th birthday. Dr. C. P. Warnor has started a goat ranch ho expects to make a large profit ho now 1ms one goat. Bachelor Binger Ja...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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