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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 2 March 1907

Daily Democrat VoL. j ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH 2, 1907. No, 36. The J li WE INVITE To take a glance at our early Spring Millinery. We are now showing the newest things in STREET HATS and early TRIMMED HATS. FANCY 'NET WAISTS - In net and net and silk combinations, black, white and colors. The most elegant line ever displayed outside of the largest cities. Prices m3 tO vpli) THE J LOCAL NOTES Rex Giloroath of Apache is in the oity today. Judge Dodson, of Ilinton, is a business visitor in the oity today. O. Dishon haB returned from a short visit with relatives in Mul hal, WANTED Two apprenti o e girls to work at Mrs. Lindor's Millinery Store. 35tf J. E. Farrington returned last night from a short buainesB visit in Chiokasha. FOR SALE A good second hand Fire Proof Safe at F. J. Callahan's Hardwaro Store. 35t Wm Divers left with sevo-al of his men for Waurika where they will do some work. FOR 8 ALE A second hand Potato Planter. Enquire of F. J. Callahan. 35tf Capt. Qroody...

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. — 2 March 1907

John's Message tty Mabel Qulllcr Couch (Cfyrlht, by JoMph I). Howies.) John Ortor stood at IiIm own door wllh h coll of ropo in liln linml ami nn expression of fear on liln laoo. lltti wife whs within, acruhhliiK; aha lia.il clean ml her doorstop ami was Juat scrubbing tho lnat squnro yard of liur kitchen. A Nlmilow itcrtHM the hrond patch of sunslilno which fell on tliu lloor niailo liar look tip. Whan aha hw hr husband sIhikIIiik tlieru with inudrly boots on her clean doorstop liar Iru waa roused, and quickly found votco. "Why, John," aha orlod In an In J ii red nrguntautatlvo tonn, "what art j on dolim thorn right on my clean !? Oat tilT, quick. Wliyever wouldn't you have stood oulalda and f&llotl Into ma what you wanletl, or linrv look off your lioota and coma In in your (docking feet, stunt I'va wot In myaelf at the roil or catching cold" with some napority "rathar limit dlrly up the plnco aa soon aa tyor J're got It cleaned?" John stopped hack ami looked down with foar nnd...

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. — 2 March 1907

Now York. A battlo royal between submarines, tlio most oxhaustlvo con tost over held between thoso cratt, Is scheduled to tnko place In tho waters of Narragansott bay nnd tho sea oft tho Khodo Island coast this month. Every concolvablo tost to which a eubmnrlno boat can bo subjected to determine Its rollablllty nnd effective ness will bo cmployod, a week or moro being Uovoted to each competitor, and on tho rosult will dopend tho cholco of tho United Statos government In tho turthor devolopmont of this branch of Its naval sorvlco that has boon do--elded upon. An appropriation of $1,000,000 Is now avallablo for tho building of sub marines as soon as tho typo Is de cided upon. Further appropriations nro expected, In order that this gov ernment may keop paco with European jxjwors In submarine activity moro nearly than It has boon doing. Eight of these curious craft arc now 1n tho Amorlcnn navy, and four moro faro noarlng completion at tho Foro jRlvor shipyard. All thoso aro of tho Holla...

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. — 2 March 1907

-J h You oftn buy B Q flour for tho I The Publisher and .a. nrinn nf nnmmon Hour. B01U WANTS nid FOR SALE J onjy by skaggB Broo. 28tf ' FOK 8ALK or Hxchnngo for a horso Ono bathroom outfit com prising onamol bnth tub. with roll rim, hot water hoator, low down cloeot. and lavatory, nil bran new. Apply to Democrat office. 33 Ot Stop J. E. Farrington'B red oob wnpon or call phono 170 for ohoap fuel. 30lf convinood, lSvory Haok guurun ood at Skaoos Bkos. 28tf Full lino of lumburgor, brick nnd full Cream ohooflo at Jeff. Ford's, at attraotivo pricua. Sou him today. 11 tf Soott A Son hiivn four Colum buB buggies, boat hand made which thoy art nnPinn- at bar gain priooB. You will envo money by seeing them. 12 tf. Just in at Jeff Ford's Silver Sido Whito fish, nnnkel Imiibut, rolled and keg ht-rr nun, and n II kindB of fish for tin- Lunton mim on. Olives in bulk. T't only plaoo in town wheroyou can uy them. 11 tf WANTED Ohm tlmt will do for seed Will pu hiyh for tin m. . J. E Fauuinoton. 21...

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. — 4 March 1907

u Atl tJ M The Daily Democrat VoL. j. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH 4. 1 907. No, 37. WE INVITE To take a glance al showing the newest things in STREET TRIMMED HATS. KfwBKsffjrR FANCY NET WAISTS In net and net and silk combinations, black, white and colors. The most elegant line ever displayed outside of the . largest cities. Prices vp tO vplj 1 THE "FAIR J LOCAL NOTES 0D Dyko Ballinger is in Mangum attending court. R. B. Shell is a business visit or in Apache today. M. A. Urquhart is transacting business in Chickasha today. J. W. Ashonhurat, of Binger, has buBinosB at the court house today. Joe Roberts who has boon quite ill with LaGrippe is able to bo about again. R. Z. MoAninch is looking after business interests in Bridgeport today. Attorney Carl Glitsoh is tran sacting legal business in the north part of the county today. Orange Rhodes returned today from an extended business visit in Oklahoma City and Guthrie. WANTED Two apprenti o e girls to work at Mrs. Linder'a Mi...

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. — 4 March 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAILY AND AVHIMCIV HEItNDON HHOS., Publishers. Entered nt tho Postofllcc at Anadarko, Okla., ns Bccond cIiibs mnil matter. nfllHCHIITION BATKHI Dally, by carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mail, per yeur, 5.5.00 Weekly, by mail, per year, . $1.00 The County High School Fremont Boylo furnished the corcmoroial club with facts and figures Friday night with refer once to tho founding of a county high school which resulted in that oody taking stops to Beoure auoh an inHtitution. Mr. Boyle has jUBt returned from Guthrie where ho hue been in attendance upon tho Ancient and Acooptod Order of tho Scottish Rite, and while there took ocotsion to in vestigate tho Logan county high school. Tho bnilding was put up at n cost of 835,200, and contain 32 rooms. Empbymnt is givon to elovon teaohers regularly and at times extrasiaro required. A oommorcial and business courso is included in the curiculum and ono may loarn tolegraphy also. Tho principal teacher of tho Lo gan county sc...

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. — 4 March 1907

pn FULLER BROS' I (Closing Out H Our Entire Stock of Groceries Must H In Small Lots and Case Lots. m We Quote Prices On a Few Articles To Show We Are Right: S Best Pat. Flour, 100 lbs, $1.75 H Navy Beans 7 lbs - - .25 2 Lima beans, 4 lbs - - .25 A & H Soda, 4 lbs - - .25 Chrys. White soap, 8 bars .25 Matches, 3 boxes - - .10 j Starch, 4 pkgs - - - .25 H Best Corn, 4 cans - - .25 Prunes, 4 lbs - - - .25 KCBak'g Powder, 25 oz. .15 J Good Luck Bak'g Powder .05 Eagle Lye, 4 cans - - .25 I We Invite Consumers and Merchants to TAKE THESE GOODS NOW! V.F RHONE lO. FULLER BROS Railroad Time Table All Trains Daily, EAST BOUND TllAIN NO. AllUIVK DEPAtlT a 134 10:30 a. in. 10:30 a.m. a 130 (1:3(5 p. in. 0:30 p. m b J74 2:45 p. m. 2:45 p. m b 178 2:45 p.m. 3:00 p.m. WEST BOUND a 120 10:30a.m. 10:30a.m. a 133 5:25 p.m. 5:25 p. ra b 177 7:40a.m. b 173 8:35 a. m a Passenper, Dally, c Except Sunday, b Local Freight, Daily except Sunday. Driskell, The Land and Loan Man Bargains In Good Farms For ...

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. — 4 March 1907

WANTS and FOR SALE FOH BALE or Exchungo for a horao Ono bathroom outfit com- nriBincr onamol bath tub. with roll rim, hot walor hoator, low down cloaot. und lavatory, all bran new. Apply to Democrat office. 33 Ot Try a sack of 13 Q flour and bo convinced, Evory sack guaran eod at Sic-vaas Buos. 28tf You oan buy B Q flour for tlu prioo of common flour. Solo only by Skugga Bros. 28tl Full lino of lumborgor, brick and full Cream ohooso at Jeff Ford'H, al atlractivo.pricoB. Soo him today. H" Scott & Son have four Colum bu8 buggies, host hand mado which they aro soiling at bar Gain nriooa. You will aavo monoy by Buoing them. 12 tf. Just in at Joff Ford's Silvor Sido Whito fish, smoked halibut, rollod and keg horrings, and nil kindB of fish for tho Lonton seas on. Olivos in bulk. Tho only placo in town wheroyou can buy them. U tf WANTED Oata that will do for seed Will pay high for them. J. E. FakkINGTON. 21 tf J BOSTON DYEINQ SHOP Cleaning, Rcparing; and Pressing ALL. WORK GUARANTIED....

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. — 5 March 1907

The Daily Democrat iu fol. j. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH 5. 1907. No, 38. kiuiiwi m?LK.W.:iALlUU'n3MWI1.!JFM.MM.1!Mli,'mtTr WW To take a glance at our early Spring Millinery. We are now showing the newest things in STREET -HATS and early TRIMMED HATS. ansr.?i FANCY NET WAISTS In net and net and silk combinations, black, white and colors. The most elegant line ever displayed outside of the largest cities. Prices $5 IO $15 THF A 11 mJ paa m?a,::ii).'HyrcrTfiTrirgsBgKai LOCAL NOTES f Cr) E. B. Wilcox wont to Carnegie bday. Frank James of Cement is in le city today. Little Maxino Thompson Ib 5ck with the measles, P. R. Fitts returned last evo- ing from Gracoraont where ho as been buying ootton. S. R. Kook, ropropontativo of he I, C. S. passed through the lty onroute to his, homo in Lawton. Geo. Cooper who has been ieiting with his father in this ity, has returned to his work at E. C. Taylor went to Mangum )day where ho has some paint lg and decorating work to uporintond. O....

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. — 5 March 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAII-Y AM) WKKKIiY HEKNDON BROS., Publishers. Entered it the Postoflteo nt Anndarko, Okla., as second class mail matter. HUIIMCHII'UON 11ATICHI Dally, by carrlor, por week, .. . 10c Dally, by mail, por year J3.00 Weekly, by mall, per yoar, . .$1.00 In nnothor column of the Domocmt will bo found tho nunouncomoni of Abo Mohow for tho oillco of Commission er for tho Bocond district. Air. Mohow iH woll known in tho county and it is usloss to any anything as to ability to hold tho ollico. Ho is a lifolong democrat, coming hero from Kingfinhor county with a record that cannot bo surpassed. Holms serv ed as city alderman several terms and while in that posi tion his only thought was to push Anndarko to the front. When a proposition s put before him ho fully in vestigates it beforo making any conclusions. Tho Democrat fully bolivos that no bettor man can bo found for tho ollico that ho is flecking. Jn this issue will bo found tho announcement of Hon. 11. Jl. Locket, of...

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. — 5 March 1907

F THE LAST WEEK OF FULLER BROS' Closing Out Ssde Everything Must Go REGRDLESS OF COST We Quote Prices On a Few Articles To Show We Are Right: Best Pat. Flour, 100 lbs, $1.75 fm A & H Soda, 4 lbs -Lima beans, 4 lbs - Navy Beans 7 lbs White Rus. soap, 8 bars New Prunes, 4 lbs - -Starch, 4 pkgs - - -Best Corn, per can - -Eagle Lye, 4 cans - -Breakfast Food, 4 pkgs -Shred Cocanut, 4 pgs .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .05 .25 .25 .25 Gran ted Sugar, 20 lbs $1.00 Onion Sets, per qt., - .10 Pickles, sour & sweet, doz .05 Japan Tea, per lb. - Extracts, 4 bottles - Matches, 3 boxe s - Preserves, per jar - -Syrup & Sorg., per gal Grated Pine Ap'le, 5 Beets, 3 lb can - - Apple Vinegar, per gal Crackers, per lb. - .25 .25 .25 .12 .35 .10 .25 .20 .06 Immense Stock of California First Pick Canned Goods at Less Than Cost. v: Sxipply Yourselves NOW! PHONE lO. FULLER BROS (3S))((3S)(S0S)(S)(S! ) Railroad Time Table All Trains Daily, Except As Noted HuQiBMifr EAST BOUND TllAlN NO. AUIIIVE DlPAHT...

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. — 5 March 1907

WANTS and FOR SALE Attention Side walk Sufferers For good sidowalks, in nocor danco with tho olty'8 specifica tions, boo tho Anadarko Con- Btruotion company, offioo Avonuo hotel. Quarantood work at tho boat tormH. S3 tf. Skueera Bros. iU8t reooivou a car of BQ flour from Kansas, tho host to bo had, 28if Tho groatost Batisfcction ia always obtained from tho beat of anything. This ia particularly iruo of laundry work. If you approciato tho truth of those statomonta you will most oortainly Bond your washing to tho Ana durko Stoam Laundry. Phono No. 55. 23 tf Work Harness Buy your work harnosB now whilo you havo plenty of timo make a ouroful Bolootion. In ordor to get goud results, mako that aolootion ut Scott & Son's Three Apprentices Wanted In our Millinery Dopartmont. Apply to Mrs. Kerby in tho Mil lldery Dopartmont. Tho Fair Dpartmont Storo. 33 tf FOH SALE or Exohungo for a horso One bathroom outfit com prising onumol bath tub. with roll rim, hot wator hoator, low down closet, a...

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. — 6 March 1907

The Daily Democrat. VOL. 1 ANADARK0, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, MARCH 6, 190Z. No, 39. "' M t . t Ml " - III To take a glance at our early Spring Millinery. We are now showing the newest things in STREET HATS and early TRIMMED HATS. I i i :t MOk RmVrl- -Mr C. I? Mrs. Kearby visited the largest mil- gg linery importing houses in the country, and prides herself in having picked the best from each. We consider our showing SUPERIOR to any of our former efforts. Prices $! to $8 FANCY NET WAISTS In net and net and silk combinations, black, white and colors. The most elegant line ever displayed outside of the largest cities. Prices vp 10 p!5 THE FAR store rREAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Property Bought and Sold Daily Frank E. Riokey to A. V. Seeley lots 10 & 20,bkH7, Carne gie, S50. Etta Bello Godfrey, singlo to G. W. Cook, SWJ.C 12-10-10, S3500. H. R. Fisher to Frank E. Allen .Lots 1 & 2, bk, Bridgeport, S16. R. W. Otto & V. F. to Frank E. Allen, lota 8 & 0, bk 40, Bridgeport S10. J. ...

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. — 6 March 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAIIY AND WHRKIA' HGRNDON HKOS., Publishers. Entered nt the PoHtofllco at Anadarko, Okla., as Becond class mnll matter. MUllMCIIIPriON HATI5HI Dally, by carrier, per week, . 10c Daily, by mail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, por year, . .1.00 Thu bowl nuin wins tlio congressional plum ul the Gciiry convention today. So hero's to him and may his tribe grow by election day to land him. The Russian Domini was on Monday opened by p pay or. I 'payer to the average Russian peasant on an occasion of Muh kind must fool mopo like pouring salt water on fresh wounds. City politics is wanning up some and the smiles of tho candidates but fop tho nomination is growing bpoadoi'. J Iowovop, aftep tho close of the polls sevopal of these smiles will be lit fop tho clothes wpingop. Tho telegraphic popopts about congposs duping tho past session npppoppiatiug ono billion dollaps to kco) tho machine oiled fop anoth op yoap is all bosh tho ex act (igupos being only ( 19 9J8,07i) an...

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. — 6 March 1907

A Cigar Wrapper Often Covers a Multitude of Sins You know quite well that there are many cigars sold for five cents tliat are very poor quality. They are sold on appearance. A fine appearing wrapper, a handsome gold Dand or a pretty box-lid may cover a multitude of sins, but it is the filler, the inside of a cigar, that deter mines its smoking quality. Modern manufacture exemplified in the American Cigar Company's products has grown way above this un fortunate method of doing business and assures a cigar that is honest all through. The "Triangle A merit mark on a box of cigars means that every sprig of leaf in every cigar in the box was graded especially oy experts for that one brand, two years before it was made ; that during this time the leaf has mellowed in great, clean warehouses in a perfect tem perature till all its finest qualities are brought to a pomt of perfection. These are some of the reasons why "Triangle A" cigars smoke with the fine mellow flavor that you thought was...

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. — 6 March 1907

WANTS and FOR SALE Attention Side walk Sufferers For good BidownlkB, in aocor danco with tho city'fl specifica tions, seo tho Anadarko Con struction company, office Avonuo hotol. Guaranteed work at tho boat tonus. 33 tf. SkaggB Bros, just rocoivod a car of I3Q flour from Knnsas.tho boat to bo had, 28tf Tho groaloat satisfaction ia always obtained from tho best of anything. This is particularly truo of laundry work. If you appreciate tho truth of those atatemontH you will moat oortainly Bond your washing to tho Ana darko Stoam Laundry. Phono No. E5. 23 tf Work Harness Buy your work harness now whilo you havo plonty of timo mako a oaroful soleotion. In order to get good results, mako that selection ut Scott & Son's Three Apprentices Wanted In our Millinery Department. Apply to Mrs. ICorby in tho Mil lidery Dopartniont. Tho Fair Dopartmont Storo. 33 tf FOH SALE or Exchango for a horso Ono bathroom outfit com prising onamel bath tub, with roll rim, hot water hoator, low down closet,...

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. — 7 March 1907

The Daily Democrat. VoL. j ANADAR.KO, CADDO ColNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH 7. 1907. No, 40. WE To Ake a glance at our early Spring Millinery. We are now showing the newest things in STREET HATS and early TRIMMED HATS. Mrs. Kearby visited the largest mil linery importing houses in the country, and prides herself in having picked the best from each. We consider our showing SUPERIOR to any of our former efforts. Prices $1 to $8 f ANCY NET WAISTS T i. 1 L 1 -ii l: ul LI l. ...l: 1 !... TL- in nei aiiu nei ariu siik. coiiiuiiiauuiib, uicicri., wimc anu cuiurs. l ne most elegant line ever displayed outside of the largest cities. e ever displayed ouisiae oi me Prices $5 tO $15 Dentil of Airs. D. E. Ashlock Mrs. D. E. Ashlook was born in Goorgin January 11, 1810. When quite young she moved with or purenta to Kansas. In tho onrly 60'b tlioy moved to Aduir county, Missouri, whoro alio was married to Isaac ABhlock Oct. 22, 1873. From Adair county thoy moved to Macon county whero thoy roaided until th...

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. — 7 March 1907

"i i .. .! THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT HA1I.Y ANIi -WHKKI.Y HEUNDON BROS., Publishers. Entered nt the Postoflke nt Anndnrko, Okln., as second class mail mutter. HriiHcmrriON hati'.hi Dnily, by carrier, per week, 10c yum, r.""; r year, i.w Daily, by mail, per ; Weekly, by mail, p? DEMOCRATIC TICKET PlUMAUY El.KCTION MAHCH H, '07 For Mnyor W. A. SCOTT. JOE SMITH. For City Attorney. RANDALL SLIVKSAY. For City Clork. J. A. McCAiMPBICLL. For dltiof of Police. EARL CAMPBELL. FRANK IIEFLEY. JIM RIDGELL. W. E. WHITE. For Polioo Judgo. P. A. LANE. For Stroot CommiBaionor. 11. BAUM. A. A. DUNLAP. M. C. TEMPLE. For City TroaBuror. W. D. MILLS. For AsBoasor. W. II. DANIELS. For Tronauror of Sohool Board. V. P. HUDSON, FIRST WARD. For Counoilmnn. W. B. DUNLAP. J. N. CURNUTT. For Member Sohool Bonrd. FRANK WARD. SECOXD WARD. For Count ilmnn. B. W. HAMMERT. For Member Sohool Bonrd. HENRY MILLS. vv " THIRD WARD. For Councilman. HUGH GRAHAM. For Momber Sohool Board, C. D. CANDLFR, tSNWSStNNNN FOURTH WARD....

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. — 7 March 1907

15 A Cigar Wrapper Often Covers a Multitude of Sins You know quite well that there are many cigars sold for five cents that are very poor quality. They are sold on appearance. A fine appearing wrapper, a handsome gold candor a pretty box-lid may cover a multitude of sins, out it is the filler, the inside of a cigar, that deter mines its smoking quality. Modern manufacture exemplified in the American Cigar Company's products has grown way above this un fortunate method of doing business and assures a cigar that is honest all through. The "Triangle A,T merit mark on a box of cigars means that every sprig of leaf in every cigar in the oox was graded especially by experts for that one brand, two years before it was made ; that during this time the leaf has mellowed in great, clean warehouses in a perfect tem perature till all its finest qualities are brought to a point of perfection. These are some of the reasons why "Triangle A" cigars smoke with the fine mellow flavor that you thought...

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. — 7 March 1907

I in WANTS and FOR SALE Attention Side walk Sufferers For good Bidowftlko, in aooor danon with tho oity's specifica tions, boo tho Anadarko Con Btruotion company, offico Avonuo hotol. Ouarantood work at tho boat tarmB. 33 tf. Skaggfl Bros, just rocoivod a car of BQ flour from KansaB.tho bsst to bo had, 28tf Tho groatost satisfaction is always obtainod from tho best of anything. This is, particularly truo of laundry work. If you approoiato tho truth of those Btatomonts you will moat certainly Bond your wanning to tho Ana darko Stoam Laundry. Phono No. 55. 23 tf Work Harness Buy your work harness now while you havo plonty of timo mako a careful solootion. In order to got good results, make that solootion uL Scott & Son's Three Apprentices Wanted In our Millinery Department. Apply to Mrs. Korby in tho Mil-' lidery Oopartmont. Tho Fair Doparlmont Storo. 33 tt FOlt SALE or Exohango for a horso One bathroom outfit com priaing onamel btith tub. with roll rim, hot water heater, low down...

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