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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 25 February 1907

r The Daily Democrat i i VOL. 1 YES NO J to take anvanttige of MilJ M. 1). MIMJ3U, curatm ' " bbb wnmi We are known to be one of the leading for fashionable wearables of allukinds. Our store is now beginning to bloom arrivals of new spring stuffs. WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO LADIES' TAILORED SUITS, Spring, 1907, colors and styles . LADIES' SPRING JACKETS, long, short and pony effects . . . Fancy Checks and Plaids, Panamas and Novelty Black Voiles, Panamas, Chiffon Panamas and French Batistes THE LOCAL NOTES J M. Hawthorne is in Fort Cobb today. Wood DaviB loft this morning for Kansas City. G. M. Campbell went to Law ton this morning. Chot Ferguson ia visiting in Fort Cobb today. H. Ellison iB a business visitor in Lawton today. Mrs. E. E. Campboll is visiting Verden friends today. G. C. Miller ib in Binger today inspecting his elevator G. 0. Jaokson is a legal busi nesa visitor in Lawton today. Ed Boird spent Sunday hero returning to his home thiB morn ing. Lopan Billingsley ia transact ...

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. — 25 February 1907

,,jwH ' THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAILY AND WHBKLY HERNDON IJKOS., Publishers. Entered at the Postofllco nt Anndarko, Okln., as second class mail mutter. HI'IIHCItllMIUN HATIWI Dally, by carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mall, per year, $1.00 Tho Democrat in .toihiy'H issue publishes Hit' an- lioiriieeinent of .Joe hinith mm a candidate for tho ofllce of Mayor, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. Mr. Smith is too well known ns a Democrat and a citizen of Anndarko to need any write-up, having' been ono of our business men from tho beginning1 of the town, lie comes before the people as a conservative bunineflH man and promises in case ho is elected to give a square deal to over, one, and to admin ister tho business of the city on conservative business linos. Adjudged Sane. Deputy Gilluspio nrrivod REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Honry O. Diamond and Ellon to I. D. Jnques, NE H 6-11-11, 1.G00. Uoorgo MnHsoy, singles to Mre. D. V. Horn, Xint, in lot 12, bk 0...

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. — 25 February 1907

& it t ?n &$)(8)$(B)(8) FULLER BROS' S Closin 0it 38li AT COST AND BELOW! Our Entire Stock of Groceries Must Go in 10 Days, In Small Lots and Case Lots. We Quote Prices On a Few Articles To Show We Are Right: RAILROAD ARCTIC Best Pati Flour, 100 lbs, $1.75 Navy Beans 7 lbs - - .25 Lima beans, 4 lbs - - .25 A & H Soda, 4 lbs - - .25 Chrys. White soap, 8 bars .25 Matches, 3 boxes - - .10 Starch, 4 pkgs - - - .25 Best Corn, 4 cans - - .25 Prunes, 4 lbs - - - .25 K C Bak'g Powder, 25 oz. .15 Good Luck Bak'g Powder .05 Eagle Lye, 4 cans - - .25 Granted Sugar, 20 lbs $1.00 Pumpkins, K 3 cans - .25 H First O ommy, pick d cans Kraut, pick1 3 cans - Onion Sets, per qt., Breakfast Food, 4 pkgs Maccarona, 4 pkgs Shred Cocanut, 4 pgs -Crackers, per lb. - -Toilet Soap, 4 bars Cal. Peaches, 3 lb cans Pickles, sour & sweet, doz .05 Coffee, was 2lIc Now - .20 .25 .25 .10 .25 .25 .25 .06 .05 .12 EVERYTHING AT PROPORTIONATE PRICES. We Invite Consumers and Merchants to TAKE THESE GOODS...

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. — 25 February 1907

IT WANTS and FOR SALE SkuggH BrcH. juat roooivod a oar of BQ flour from If uuhiib.Uio boBt to bo hud, 28tf RoBorvod bouIh for tho overling oonoort will bu ton cunts oxtni. On ealo at City Dru Store. 27 6t Try a i ook of B Q flour and bo convinced, Evory Haok guaran ood at Skaoos Bitoa. 28tf Full lino of lumborgor, briok and full Croam ohoueo at Jeff Ford's, al attrnctivo pricuu. Soo him today. 11 tf Thoro ia Htill eoinoof tho Bryan hotol Block of furnituro for salo at Shaw'H placo. Bottor prioo it boforoyou aro too lato. 10 tf FARM for R.12NT 5' milos from this oity. 70 aoros under cultivation. 27 Ot. KAltl. PltKOKIl. LOST Oroy MolntoBh ovorooat blaok velvet collar. Finder will bo rewarded by leaving uninu at thifi offiuo. 20tf Soott & Son havo four Colum bus buggioa, boat hand made' which they are soiling at bar gain pricoa, You will eavo money by seeing them. 12 tf. WANTED Looal agent Lady or Gent, for boBt and acci dent Insurance Company in tho world. Good pay. C. W. Tal MAGW...

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. — 26 February 1907

f ; Daily Democrat. VoL. i. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 26, 1907. NO, 32. The 1 YES I ' I NO SPECIAL ELECTION To determine whether or not the people of An aclarko and vicinity wish to take an vantage of MILLER'S Furniture Sale. The qualifications are easy and you can get out at your own price. All women are invited. Polls close March 1', M. 13. MIL.L.13U, ----- n'KNITl'UIS AN CAUPKTS. ----- ANADAUKO, OKLA. Early We are known to be one of the leading for fashionable wearables of allukinds. Our store is now beginning to bloom arrivals of new spring stuffs. WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO LADIES' TAILORED SUITS, Spring, 1 907, colors and styles . LADIES' SPRING lone, short and pony effects Fancy Checks and Plaids, Panamas and Novelty Cloths ?V: Black Voiles, Panamas, Chiffon Panamas and French Batistes THE J LOCAL NOTES Dr. Karley is visiting patients in Binger today. B. R. Fitts is in Gracemont to day buying cotton, II. W. Campbell is a business visitor in Chiokasha today. J. H....

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. — 26 February 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT A.II,V AND WKBKIiY HERNDON BROS., Publishers. Entered nt tho Postollke nt Anadarko, Okla., ns second class mnil matter. HI'IIHCIIIPriON HATKHI nnllv. bv enrriur. nor week. 10c Daily, by mail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, pur year, ?1.00 The Home Dealer Ono of tho stock sonnoiiH O' tihonowapapur man is Unit liis readers should cub mil the catalogue house and iho poddlor, and buy from Urn home dealer. So trite lm this sermon and i( Well worn argument become that tho Democrat has rather preferred to give its readers the news until such an in stance should occur as would give the old preachment some personal meaning in dollnrsand cents to tho buy ers. Such an instance has como to our attention in the case of the Wrought Iron linage Company, a St Louis house, now opera ting in Cad do county. This concern does business Jjy making a house-to-house canvass, de livering their ranges in tho houses of the buyers. The range in their warehouse which was examined by the ...

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. — 26 February 1907

Y FULLER BROS' (Closing 0it SsJej I AT COST AND BELOW! I m Our Entire Stock of Groceries Must Go in 10 Days, J In Small Lots and Case Lots. We Quote Prices On a Few Articles To Show We Are Right: Best Pat. Flour, 100 j Navy Beans 7 lbs J Lima beans, 4 lbs A & H Soda, 4 lbs Chrys. White spap, 8 bars .25 Matches, 3 boxes - - .10 Starch, 4 pkgs - - - .25 Best Corn, 4 cans - - .25 Prunes, 4 lbs - - - .25 K C Bak'g Powder, 25 oz. .15 Good Luck Bak'g Powder .05 & 8 Easle Lve, 4 cans f EVERYTHING We Invite Consumers and Merchants to TAKE THESE GOODS NOW! RHONE lO. "s. Railroad Time Table iS All Trains Daily, EAST HOUND TlUIN No. a 134... a i:iO... b 174... b 178.... AIIHIVK .10:30 a ra. . 0:3tt p. ra. 2:415 p. tn. 2:45 p. m. Dwaiit 10:30 a. Di. 0:3(1 p. m 2:15 p. m 3:00 p. in. WEST BOUND 120 10:30n. ra. 10:30a. ra. 133 5:2p.in. 6:25 p. in 177 7:40 a.m. 173 8:35 a. m -r- a Passenger, Dally, o Except Sunday., b Local Freight, Dally except Sunday. Dnskell, The Land end Loan Man Bargai...

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. — 26 February 1907

WANTS and FOR SALE Sknggs I3roH. just roooivod a oor of BQ flour from Kansas, tho boat to bo lunl, 28 Rosorved houIb for tho ovoning conoortwillbo ion cents extra. On sale nt Citv Drue Storo. 27 5t Try iv eaok of 13 Q flour and bo oonvinood, lCvory Hiiok guuran ood nt Skaoos Buos. 28tf You can buy B Q flour for tho nrico of oommon flour. Sold only by Skaggs Broa. 28tf WANTED Outa that will do for eoed Will pny high for thorn. J. E. Faiuunoton. 21 tf Full lino of lumborgor, briok and full Croum ohooao at Jeff irnril'n. at nttruotivo nricoB. Soo - 9 him today. 11 tf Thoro iB still Bomoof tho Bryan hotel stock of furnituro for fliilo nt Shaw's place. Bettor price it boforo you aro too lato. 10 tf FARM for RENT o.'t fom ih'u city, cultivutiun. 70 aoreB milofl under 27 Ot. KARL PRROKR. Stop J. 13. Farrington'B rod cob wagon or call phono 170 for nhnan fuol. 30tf ROOMS for RI3NT 3 nice rooms for rent. Inquiro tit Foloy'B Storo. 27 tf. Bottor oomo quick if you want any of that Bryan hotel ...

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. — 27 February 1907

The Daily Democrat 1 i. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 27, 1907. No, 3 3. or SPECIAL ELECTION :3 ISC St? e advantage of MILLER'S Furniture Sale. The qualifications are easy and you can get out at your own price. All women are invited. Polls close March 1, I). MILLER, ----- i,-rRNITlTK13 AND CARPETS. ----- ANADAKKO, OKL.V. iarly Spring Hints We are known to be one of the leading stores in Oklahoma fashionable wearables of all. kinds. Our store is now beginning to bloom out with the first ivals of new spring stuffs. WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU. ADIES' TAILORED SUITS, Spring, 1 907, colors and styles . ADIES' SPRING JACKETS, long, short and pony effects . . . $10 to $21.50 $4.50 to $12 ancy Checks and Plaids, Novelty Cloths LADIES' TAILORED SKIRTS Panamas and Black Voiles, Panamas, Chiffon Panamas and rrench batistes $3.98 to $10 $4.95 to $20 THE FAIR DEPARTMENT STORE Caddo County Bidders to Make Entry. Tho following successful bid ders for tracts of land in the In dian...

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. — 27 February 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT 1AZIV AND WHIMdV 1IERND0N BROS., Publishers. Entered at the Postoflice nt Anadarko, Okln., as second c1rs mnil mutter. nu'iincuipriUN ha.tihi Dnilv. hv currier, tier week, 10c Dnilv.bv mall, nor year, $3.00 Weakly, by mull, per year, $1.00 Tliu Deinoumt lumounceH in aiiothur column lho can didacy of .1. A. McCampboll for ro-oloction to the oflico of cil.y clork, subject to tlw action of tlio Democmtic pnrt.y. When Mac announc ed at the last election, lie promised that tlio busines of the city clerk would be cap ably and courteously man aged. Coining; now before the voters for re-election he is not satisfied merely to say that ho hus kept this promise; instead, he 'isks you to look at his book and the manner in which his work appears, and satisfy yourself. lie wishes it to be stated that if you find he has not made good ho wants you to vote for the other fellow; and if has to vote for him, The Congestion in the Freight Yards Tho car shortage in this section is a...

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. — 27 February 1907

Kt1SN r. Closing CM SsJe S AT COST AND BELOW! Our Entire Stock of Groceries Must Go in 10 Days, In Small Lots and Case Lots. S We Quote Prices On a Few Articles To Show We Are Right: Best Pat. Flour, 100 lbs, $1.75 j Navy Beans 7 lbs - - .25 J Lima beans, 4 lbs - - .25 A & H Soda, 4 lbs - - .25 j Chrys. White soap, 8 bars .25 jj Matches, 3 boxes - - .10 J Starch, 4 pkgs - - - .25 J Best Corn, 4 cans - - .25 j Prunes, 4 lbs - - - .25 j KCBak'g Powder, 25 oz. .15 Good Luck Bak'g Powder .05 Easle Lve, 4 cans - - .25 EVERYTHING AT PROPORTIONATE PRICES. We Invite Consumers and Merchants to TAKE THESE GOODS NOW! I PHONE lO. FULLER BROS Railroad All Trains Daily, EAST BOUND Tim in No. AUIUVE .10:30 a.m. . 0:30 p. m. , 2:45 p. m. , 2:45 p. m. Dei-aut 10;30a. in. 0:30 p. m 2:45 p. id 3:00 p. m. 134.. 130.. I"4.. 178.. WIST HOUND ....10:30 a. m. 10:30a. in. . . . 5:25 p. in. 5:25 p. m ... 7:40a. in. 8:35 a. m 120.. 133.. 177.. 173.. SfcTJT a Passenger, Dally, o Excopl Sunday, b Local Frei...

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. — 27 February 1907

n t f r WANTS and FOR SALE J You oan buy B Q flour for tho nrfen of common flour. Sold only by Skaggs Broa. 28tf SknggB Bros, just received a onr of BQ flour from Knnsas.tho boat to bo had, 28tf Rosorved aoatB for tho ovoning concert will bo ton cents oxtra. On Balo at City Drug Storo. 27 5t Try a saok of B Q flour and bo convinced. Every Back guaran ood at Skaoos Buos. 28tf Full lino of lumborgor, brick nnrl full Crnnm ohooso at Joff Ford's, at attractive pricoa. Sou him today. U U Thoro iB Btill eomo of tho Bryan hotel Ptook of furnituro for Balo at 8haw'B placo. Bottor prioo it boforo you aro too lato. 10 tf WANTED Oata that will do for eoed Will pay high lor tnom. J. E. FAUHINOTON. 21 tf Stop J. E. Farrington's rod oob wagon or call phono 170 for ohoap fuel. 30tf ROOMS for RENT 3 nico rooms for rent. Inquiro at Foley's Storo. 27 tf. The Peopling of an Empire Pocob, Toxaa. Fob. 21, '07 Bottor ootno quick if you want any of that Bryan hotel furnituro ut Shaw placo. 21 tf LOST Grey...

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. — 28 February 1907

&ap The Daily Democrat VOL. 1 ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 28, 190?, NO, 34. FECIAL ELECTION To determine whether oi' not the people of An mlarkofliu! vicinity wtah to take anvantage of MILLER'S Furniture Sale. The qualifications are easy and you can get out at your own pride. All WOineii Hre IliVlted, Poll eloftd March 1, M. . MILLER, FURNITURE AND CARP12TS. ----- ANAIiAWItU, OKliA. ' YES J " NO I 5 The Railroad Side. In another page will bo found tho formal promise of tho Rock Island Railroad company over the signaturo of its president, B. L. Winoholl, to remove as speedily as possible tho causes of complaint that are genoral in this section in regard to failuro of transportation facilities. Mr. Wincholl stated personally and through his representative, J. T. Marohand, that he was pro foundly improssed by tho hard conditions existing for tho ship per and that there is abundant reason for the complaints made. But ho also wants tho people to know that there is anot...

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. — 28 February 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT uaiIjY and vi:imci.y HEUNDON BROS., Publishers. Entered at the Postolllcc nt Anadarko, Okla., as second cl.i mail matter. nt'llHCIIIPriON UV.THHI Dally, ly carrier, pur week, Daily, by mail, per year, Weakly, by mail, per year, 10c $1.00 Tho Anadarko Daily Di'in ocrnt jumps upon tho Stnlo Pamocrni for snying- Llio out fit in chnrgo of tho govern ment; townitoH in tho Ijig pasture hnil killed those towns by delaying tho open vingof those townHites until aftor tho railroad townsites aro opuund. Well, if the Anadarko newspaper man doubts tho Stato Demomit ho should rake together nil his spare eash and the cash of his friends and invest it in lots in those government townsites when they are op onod, if they over are. He can buy lots there at hi own price for thore will be no bidding against him. The government townsito propo sition in tho big pasture is nothing more or less than a graft for thoso handling it. Lnwton Stale Democrat. What wo said was that nono of tho...

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. — 28 February 1907

SETTING THE TABLE' Are You Gomij to Build? f " FULLER BROS' Then havo your PLANS and ESTIMATES fur- ;-Kd by HERMAN GOEBEL, Architect and Contractor Denier In ALL KINDS OF BUILDINO MATERIAL Office in Morgan Building Opposite Court House SOME APPROPRIATE AND HAR MONIOUS ACCESSORIES. (Closing Out Sade Hostesses Now Devote as Much Atterv tlon to This Feature 4s to the Menu Recent Ideas That Havo Met With Favor. Hverv host and hostem roallaes tho IB AT COST AND BELOW! Our Entire Stock of Groceries Must Go in 10 Days, In Small Lots and Case Lots. We Quoie Prices On a Few Articles To Show We Are Right: Best Pat. Flour, 100 lbs, $1.75 Navy Beans 7 lbs - - .25 Lima beans, 4 lbs - - .25 A & H Soda, 4 lbs - - .25 Chrys. White soap, 8 bars .25 Matches, 3 boxes - - .10 Starch, 4 pkgs - - - .25 Best Corn, 4 cans - - .25 Prunes, 4 lbs - - - .25 K C Bak'g Powder, 25 oz. .15 Good Luck Bak'g Powder .05 Eagle Lye, 4 cans - - .25 First Q Pick, J Granted Sugar, 20 lbs $ 1 .00 .25 .25 .25 .10 .25 .25...

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. — 28 February 1907

A c t f 1 prioo of common f J WANTS and FOR SALE J onjy by Skaggs Broa. FOK SAL1' or tixchango for a horso Olio Imlhroom outfit com prising oniunol buth tub. with roll rim, hot wtitor honter, low- You oan buy B Q flour for tho flour. Sold 28tf WANTED Outs thnt will do for Houd Will pay high for thorn. J. E. Pauiunqton. 21 tf down cloaot. and bran now. Apply offioo. lavntory, all Domoorat 33 Ot to Try a saok of B Q flour nnd bo convinood, ISvory saok guaran ood at Skaoob Buoa. 28tf Full lino of lumborgor, brick nnd full Croam cIioobo at Jeff Ford's, at attractive prices. Suo him today. 11 tf Thoro ia stilt somo of tho Bryan hotol fitock of furnituro for salo at Shaw'a placo. Bottor prioo it boforo you aro too lato. 10 tf LOST Groy MoIntoBh overcoat black volvot collar. Finder will bo rowardod by leaving same at this office. 20tf Scott & Son havo four Colum bus buggies, best hand made whioh they aro selling at bar gain pnooB. You will save money by eooing thorn. 12 tf. WANTED Lo o...

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. — 1 March 1907

The Daily Democrat oL. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MAR.CH 1, 1907. No, 35. nssHESQoaxr rmttnm j Ki4!m.,mjiwT aa Early Spring mnis f. or We are known to be one of the leading stores in Oklahoma fashionable wearables of all kinds. Our store is now beginning to bloom out with the first arrivals of new spring stuffs. WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU. LADIES' TAILORED SUITS, Spring, 1 907, colors and styles . $10 to $21,50 LADIES' SPRING JACKETS, long, short and pony effects . . . $4,50 to $12 LADIES' TAILORED SKIRTS Fancy Checks and Plaids, Panamas and Novelty Cloths : $3.98 to $10 Black Voiles, Panamas, and French Batistes Chiffon Panamas $4.95 TO 20 TP WW 17 17 A 1 11 . II Ej 1 ilk 1 IV, ' S DEPARTMENT TOILE B!nmiBviiTynmnirin!?w'jjiawtMg!U4f. $$45 LOCAL NOTES Y CrS bunty troasurer Leo Hito t up to Ft Cobb this morning. Ed rCaisor is transacting buBi oss in Bingor today. Ho will lturn this evening. R. M. Denny has returned om a few days trip to Kansas ty. p,Tho Commercial Club is...

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. — 1 March 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAILY AMI WU15III.Y HHKNDON HU08., l'uhllnliera. Entered at the I'ostolfice at Anadsrko, Okln., second class mall mutter. BrilHCHII'IlON IIATHMl rinlhf liv rtirrinr tiar week. IOC MJVI "J ..-...--., , F Dolly, Ity mull, ter year, WuKiy, $3.00 hy mail, per year, $1.00 In its proper column will bo found (ho unnouiicoincnt of V. A. Scott., candidate for nomimition us Mayor, subject to Uio notion of tho Domocrnlic pnrty. Mr. Scott is n life-long Dpmomvt and is well-known to tho citixons of Anndnrlco, hav ing served them uh School Trustee and Major for four years, lie fools that the duties of the position will impose a heavy tax upon his time and labor, and that thoy must be porformed at some personal cost to him in his business, but ho also fools keenly a dissatisfaction at his term now closing', on account of circumstances beyond his control, and seeks a re-election in order to show the people what he can do. lie has honestly tho st rong-ost interest in the well-b...

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. — 1 March 1907

What the Cemetery Plat Shows. Cont. from page i FULLER BROS' r PeiFJZO, THE CONTORTIONIST AT COST AND BELOW! &. Our Entire Stock of Groceries Must Go in 10 Days, 9 In Small Lots and Case Lots. m We Quote Prices On a Few Articles To Show We Are Right: g 9 I Best Pat. Flour, 100 lbs, $1.75 - .25 .25 - .25 1 Navy Beans 7 lbs J Lima beans, 4 lbs - -g A & H Soda, 4 lbs - - 1 Chrys. White soap, 8 bars .25 J Matches, 3 boxes - - 1 Starch, 4 pkgs - - - .10 .25 .25 .25 Gran' led Sugar, 20 lbs $ 1 .00 Pumpkins, K 3 cans - .25 J Hominy, K 3 cans j Best Corn, 4 cans -i Prunes, 4 lbs -. - I K C Bak'g Powder, 25 oz. .15 I Good Luck Bak'g Powder .05 171 T ,ro A onnc - IS IS" . Ktrt.r Q rvraut, ivi; 3 cans - .25 .25 .10 .25 .25 .25 .06 .05 .12 Onion Sets, per qt., Breakfast Food, 4 pkgs Maccarona, 4 pkgs Shred Cocanut, 4 pgs -Crackers, per lb. - -Toilet Soap, 4 bars Cal. Peaches, 3 lb cans Pickles, sour & sweet, doz .05 - w OCrt XT "I Eagle Lye, 4 cans - - .25 Loftee, was lib Now - .ZU ...

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. — 1 March 1907

WANTS and FOR SALE FOH SAL1J or Exchange for a horso Ono bathroom outfit com prising onamol bath tub. with roll rim, hot water hoator, low down cloBot. and lavatory, all bran now. Apply to Dumoorat offico. 88 Ot You oan buy B Q flour Tor tho nrico of oommon flour. Sold only by Skaggs Broa. 28tf Try a sack of 13 Q flour and bo convinood, Hvory saok guaran oed at SiCAOOB Bros. 28tf Full lino of lumborgor, briok nnd full Croam choose at .loff Ford's, at attraotivo prioos. Sue him today. 11 tf Soott A Son hnvo four Colli m buo buggioB, boBt hand mnuV which thoy aro soiling at bar gain priooB. You will Bavomonoy by seeing thorn. 12 tf. Just in at Joff Ford's Silver Sido Whito fiali, smokod halibut, rollod and keg horrmgs, and all kinds of fish for tho Lontun eoaB on. OHvoh in bulk. Tho only placo in town whoro you oan buy thorn. 11 tf "WANTED -Oats that will do for Bood Will pay high for thorn. J. E. Fauuinoton. 21 tf I BOSTON DYKING SHOP Cleaning, Reparing and Prcssinfj AM. WOltK OUAllA...

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