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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 8 March 1907

The Daily Democrat .' M . . : j VoL. J ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH S. 1907. No, 41. - FULTON 'S PLATFORM Resolutions Adopted by Demo crats at Geary: First, We tho representatives of tho Democratic party of the Sooond Congressional District of Oklahoma, in convention ns Bemblod at Geary, doolaro anew ourallegianco to tho foundation principles of American Ve- j craoy expressed by he Declur.i tion of Independence, crystabzd by Jofforpon in tho motto "Kqunl rig .ts to all, speoial privili-gea for none," and immortalized by Lincoln as "Government of the poopic by the people, and for tho people." Second, Wo congratulate ho people of Okluhomu and Indian Territory upon their final deliver ance from tho territorial condi tion, characterized by tho rulo of Federal Apputn'oe, and made burdensome ry tho p; lioatiun of lont?-rn imvemment. The boon c jvernment ia about U become a reality, not so much booaubo uf the efforts of a Republican majority in ConBreaa "ub in Bpite of it, and i...

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. — 8 March 1907

TliEANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAILY AND WHRKLY i HEKNDON I1KOS., Publishers. Entered at the Postollkc nt Anndarko, Okln., ns second class mail mattor. Ht;ilHCItIIriON IIATHHI Daily, by carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mail, per year, fJ.JXJ Weekly, by mail, per yeur, 51.00 Where We Are At TholSoiiry Convoiitioii is over utul the Domoumoy of the second district lias chosen 13. h. Fulton, of Oklahoma City as the innst liktMv man to beat ox-fiovernor Ferguson in the raco for ltepresentative. CJeo. 13. IMuck, of Dewey county a clean and able candidate for the noiniua--tion was beaten through the failure of bhe Woods county delegation to support him at the critical moment, ac cording to pro-convention arrangement, and if there is any soreness at all today, it is Hero. The Democratic standard bearer is reputed to be a hard campaigner, an eloqu ent and forceful debnteiyind a man of line character. The voters of our county will shortly have an opportunity of mooting Mr. Fulton, and may seo for them...

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. — 8 March 1907

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 oand 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 dox 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 point of perfection. These are some of tne reasons why "Triangle A" cigars smoke with the fine mellow flavor that you thought wa...

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. — 8 March 1907

WANTS and FOR SALE Attention Side walk Sufferers For good sidewalks, in accor dance! with tho city's Bpooifioa- tions, boo tho Anadarko Con Btruotion company, offioo Avonuo hotol. Guarantood work at tho boat torma. 33 tf. SkaggB Bros, juat roooivod a oar of BQ flour from Kansas, tho boat to bo had, 28t Tho groatost satisfaction ia always obtained from tho best of anything. This is particularly Iruo of laundry work. It you appreciate tho truth of Uiobo statomonta you will moat certainly Bond your washing to tho Ana darko Stoam Laundry. Phono No. 55. 23 tf Work Harness Buy your work harnoBB now whilo you havo plenty of timo mako a careful solootion. In ordor to got good results, malco that solootion at Scott & Son's Three Apprentices Wanted In our Millinery Department. Apply to Mro. Kerby in tho Mil- lidory Department. Tho Fair Dopartmont Store 33 tf FOR SALE or Exchango for a horse Ono bathroom outfit com prising onamol batli tub. with roll rim, hot wator heater, low down clouot....

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. — 9 March 1907

The Daily Democrat. VoL. J ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH . 1907. NO, 42. l STANDARD MON OPOLY TO REAR Provision Recommended Mak ing Mine Inspector Han dle Oil Cases Guthrie. Okln. Mar. 8 To break the monotony of the Stand ard Oil company under the luwf bf the territory of Oklahoma, soon to bo extended over the ontiro new state, the advitory committoo this morniiiR rsoom mendod to the convention three provisions providing that Iho mino inspector shall perform the duties of oil inspector, that the flash tost for keroaeno oil be 115 degrees Fahrenheit and the speoifio gravity test 40 degrees Baume, until otherwise provided by the legislature, nnd provont ing the salo of any commodity of of the samo quality at a lowor rate in . . mmu iity than in anothoi .. tho eamo firm or cor poration, Tho present tost in Oklahoma is 120 degrees fluBh and -10 degrees Bpocific gravity, and it is alleged that under this provision, no oil except that frcni wells controllea by tho Standard Oilc...

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. — 9 March 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAILY AND -WHHKIV HEHNDON IJUOS., Publishers. Entered nt the Postofflce nt Anndarko, Okln., nB second clnsn mnil mnttor. nrilHCItllTION HATKHI Dally, by carrier, per week, 10c S3. 00 Weekly, by mail, per year, . $1.00 Dally, by mail, per year, The defense lias certainly taken tho riht course in the Thaw trial in showing that Harry Thaw is not of sound mind and reHponaihlo for his nets. Crazy? Of coiuw hoV crazy Hut we never knew how crazy ho was until tho frail Evolyn'H punt was brought out on tho witness atand and it was shown that Thaw knew all about her be fore he married her. The reading public adjudged him insane thou and there, as no person with tho slightest un derstanding of honor and modesty and the uses of liv ing would sanely marry such a creature. ROYAL LOVER'S GIFT. ANNE DOLEYN8 CLOCK PRE SERVED AT WINDSOR CASTLE. Juat at It wa When, Three Cen- turlei Ago, the Fickle Monarch Gave It to the Captlvator of Hli Fancy. In tlio private apartments at Wind...

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. — 9 March 1907

n 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 oand 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 dox 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 point of perfection. These are some of the reasons why "Triangle A" cigars smoke with the fine mellow flavor that you thought w...

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. — 9 March 1907

WANTS and FOR SALE J Attention Side walk Sufferers For good tidowalkB, in accor dance with vtho city '8 specifica tions, seo tho Anadarko Con struction company, offico Avonuo hotel. Guarantood work at tho bMt lorn.. 33 tf. SkRftgi Bro. just rocoivud or of BQ flour from KmiBai.the bMt to bu had. 28tf Tho groateBt satisfaction ia always obtained from tho best of anything. This is particularly true of laundry work. If you nnnrooialo tho truth of those statamonte you will most oartainly sand vour wnshlntr to tho Ana- darko Steam Laundry. Phono No. 86. 23 tf Work Harness Buy your work harness now whilo you havo plonty of timo mako a careful eolootion. In or dor to got good results, mako that lolootion ul Scott & Son's FOR SALE A good second hand Fire Proof Safo at F. J. Catlah 'b Hardware Storo. 35tf Better ootne quiolt if you want ny of that Bryan hotel fumituro at Bhaw place. 21 tf. FOK SALE or Exchange for a horse One bathroom outfit com prising enauial bath tub. with roll rin), h...

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. — 11 March 1907

mocrat & VoL. J. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, MARCH I J. 1907. NO, 43. The Daily JL w ns '1a3j-jrr3TyniKTnrgjiLf.HJj.i prow WRUfi ad b TV AT AVo invito you to come in and see the now stylos Gcutlcmons woar. 'J Spring 1907 I'ifeJs Sq-ZMMt -r-..-TgTegnTStRr..M.-ft;y.fy' Wc arc Sole Agents here for ev.Il Ihese high class lines The Fair Departed Store RH5I3ES2JJ2 The Lister Mass Meeting Tho Methodist churoh was oroded yeBterday afternoon by tho pooplo waiting to hoar Cnpt. J, B. Lister's looture in referonoo to the uso of tho cigarette. Of these tho majority were children, who aro very friendly to tho looturor. Mr. Lister told the parents of the poisons in tho oigaretto paper. Ho burned a bunch upon a plate, leaving tho familiar yellow stain. Tho cigarette paper he said, was treated with flclt-potre and arsenio in ordor to make it burn slowly. In burning it gives off oil of creosote, which is a deadly astringent. A drop of this yellow oil plnood upon the eyeball of a dog would ...

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 March 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAILY AND "W KICK IVY HEKNDON UKOS., Publishers. Entered nt tho Postoflke nt Anadarko, Okla., as second clam mail matter. Hl'IISCIIIlMION IIATHHI Dally, by carrier, per week, Dally, by mail, per year, Weekly, by mall, pur year, 10c S5.00 1.00 An Editorial Comment Tho Dcmocmt is in receipt Of a circular under date of tho fth instant taking- n hard fall out of iho Post OIHco Dcpnrtinent for levy ing the '2nd cIuhh rate to (lie Woman's National Daily, of St. Louis, on the ground that, it is published for ad vertising purposes, the cost boing$l per year. Wo are asked to innko such comment on tho matter contained in tho copy inclosed us as a Spirit of fairness suggests. Tho Woman's National Daily is a sixteen page four column affair, somewhat mild except where tho Post OIHco Department is con cerned; and if it is issued for advertising purposes, it is evidently a failure if one may judge from its columns. It is possibly worth $1 a year as tho subscriber gets 3111 is...

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 March 1907

Tn 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 oand or 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 merit mark on a box of cigars means that every sprig of leaf in every cigar in the box was graded especially Toy 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. — 11 March 1907

iVST RECEIVED a car load of the Cream Flour jjj JJ at $1 per sack. Wc have the licnt line of Staple and Fancy Groceries in the city. Wo solicit your patronage and insure prompt delivery. SMITH & BEALL. J WANTS and FOR SALE Attention Side walk Sufferers For good sidownlks, in aocor dano with tho "(' dpeolfioti tions, BO" iiiM Anadnrko Con etruotion company, offloo Avonuo hotol. Guui'ttntood work at the boat tormB. 38 tf. Skaggs Bros, just rooolvod a oar of I3Q flour from ICnnSM.tho but to bo had, S8tf Tho graatost eatiifaotion is always obtained from the bolt of anything. This is partioularly true of laundry work. If you appreciate tho truth of Uiobo BtntemontH you will moat certainly aend your washing to tho Ana darko Stoam Laundry. Phono No. 66. 2 tf Work Harness Buy your work harness now while you havo plonty of timo make a oaroful eoleotlon. In ordor to got good results, tnatco that selection ut Scott & Son's FOR SALE A good aooond hand Piro Proof Safo at P. J. Callahan'B...

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. — 12 March 1907

The Daily Democrat Vol. i ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, MARCH 12, 1307. No, 44. jBsasaaaasaasrasEosznaaacasBia FIRST SPRING ARRIVALS AVc invito you to come In and see the now stylos (Jentlotnons wear. f jV '' I Spring 1907 H&is Wc a.re Sole Agents here for a.11 these high class lines The Fair Departrn t Store R For State Superintendent Robert L. Knie nf Washita county our west neighbor, is making a strong race for state superintendent. Mr. Knie is native and agressive and is fast making friends. Ho ranks as one of the leading educators of the now state. The following is quoted from the Chiokasha Ex press of March 8th. Robert L. Knie, county demo cratic superintendent of Washita county and candidate for state superintendent spent yesterday in Chickasha. Mr. Knie i'b an aotivo energetic school man and is thoroughly conversant with the most progressive school ideaB. He impresses ono us being a hustler, frank and honest in his convictions. Ho mado many friends by his short stay ...

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. — 12 March 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAHiY AND -WKIC1CKY HKUNDON BROS., Publishers. Entored nt the Postofnco at Annilarko, Okln., as second class mnil matter. t WANTS and FOR SALE HtHMCHII'llON UATI'.Mt Dally, by carrier, per week, 10c Dally, by mall, por yonr, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year, $1.00 Tainted News and The Thaw Trial Ab tho Thaw trinl neura its finiBh, wo rend u Rrciit donl in tho pupors ubout Joroino being discredited and coming to hit) finiBh. Our feelinga nro harrow ed up ulo, first by nn ncoount of intontions of tho Tlmw family to give tho ill-famod Evelyn tho frozon faco as soon aH Harry K. ia free, and wo burn with admir ation and roliof when Harry, tho hero, oomoH fiercely into print and affirms that ho will novor desort hor. In order to proparo tho renders of tho Tlmw trial proceedings for a poasiblo shoclt, thoy aro re minded that there is nothing so unroliablo as news dispatchoB with money bohind them. In tho insurance invostigationB tho country was informed in nows diapato...

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. — 12 March 1907

A Cigar Wrapper Often Covers a Multitude of Sins You know quite well that there are many cigars sold for five cents tnat are very poor quality. They are sold on appearance. A fine appearing wrapper, a handsome gold oand 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'r 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 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. — 12 March 1907

m ti 8 M I Our Newest Addition Our Millinery Department Miss Lively is now ready to show you, The Season's Latest Hats Bonnets and Millinery Novelties. You Are Invited Max Goldman & Co. J LOCAL NOTES J P GD Atty. Caao is in Hinton today, L. M. Hito wont to Fort Cobb today. A. Brummott is visiting in Gracemont today. Jamoa Henningor ifl in Apacho today on business. A. D. Brown is buying cotton in Lookoba today. P. II. Heskott is in Bridgeport today on logul bueinoss. D. D. Hoog is in Bridgeport today on official businoss. N. C. Peters of Apacho is in tho city today visiting friends. E. B. Wilcox is a business visitor in Oklahoma City today. PoBtnastor Campbell is trans acting business in Binger today. County Surveyor Cook is doing some surveying in Binger today. Belo Ellis is a business visitor in Oklahoma City and Vinita to day. Keop one oyo open for tho big St. Patrick's Ball at tho opera house. 43 Ot Atty. Wm. McFadyon is a logul business visitor in Vordon today. Wm. Turner we...

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. — 13 March 1907

The Daily Democrat VoL. J ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, MARCH 13. 1907. No, 45 H FIRST SPRING ARRIVAL AVe invito you to come hi and see the new styles of the most up-to-date Gentlemens wear. MHnh.1 Stein Bloch Clothing aivd Perfection Nobby Clothing for younj mci Wc are Sole agents here for Eoth Spring 1907 Styles and Silver Shirts veamnwnmmmm i i e WARM WORDS ON SUFFRAGE Weather Forecast Washington, Mar. 13. Fore cast: Oklahoma and Indian Torri tory Thursday, probably fair. h' Aumy,,- -mm , , , , ,frv f.ijj ( ( Spring 1907 Model Hats Edwin Clapp Shoes We a.rc Sole Agents Kcrc for all these high class lines The-Fair Departm't Store aEaiaCE33CailESJCEEEaHE23 jnHEEK23ffiEK3snnrnESEH2 The Prohibitory Clause The aotion by the constitutional convention, by which the pro hibitory clause is referred for 'a vote by tho people, may or may not mean Btate-wido prohibition; it is certain that it means tho fulfillment of a cumpaicn pledge. Certain among the wise ones ut Geary informed tho De...

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. — 13 March 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAILY AMI AVHKKI.Y HKUNDON HUOS., Publlihori. Entered nt tho Postoflke lit Atmdnrko, Okla., a lecond claw mull mutter. HI'IIMaiilPIION IIATHMI Dally, by carrier, per week, . 10c Daily, ly mull, per year, If00 Wteklv. Ijv mull, iter year. $1.00 Henry Asp's Darling It was only to bo expect ed that Henry Ap, who Im.s Grand Balloon Race At Anadarko on Saturday March 16th, 10O7 Tho Coleman Balloon Co. has matohod 11 Balloon race nnd will Imvo it in Anadarko. Okla. This rnc is for $1500.00 11 sido nnd for tho ohnmpionHhip of Oklahoma and Indian Torritory, and the Balloon goimj tho hiRhost will win thsraco, and tho two balloons to bo used is tho largest ever been industriously playing mHdo and is built for rnoinjf politics tlirouuliout the con- purposes only and will go very vention. should out of love;high for Oklahoma and with motives untainted by any touch of pnrtiHnnnhip, put out 11 constitution of his own, which artlessly omits certain provisions whereby tho cont...

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. — 13 March 1907

j. A "TOT IP 111 JP Store THURSDAY AND FIIDAY. JVJRCT-I 1-4- & 15. At a time when nil kinds of Merchandise) is fast ndvnncin; in prico, and hard to irni. fill" b IV I'l Iliad u,-nro itlut 'Pliio lii- cl nl'n 1 1 Vr 1 1 f I'l I 1U 1111.1. lllrllLwl tilllMlliK 11.11 111! IIIIUHI 111 II 111. f II 111 11IL11I 1W LJV ll II lini Hllfl IT! IL 111(11. lllin L'l. ULV.U. IIIII.IILII lin tllll 1 IIIIIIU1I ULi 1 II i: ill II llliiu. I....... - i .- ... . .j t I ' CJ . . i .-! :.. ..i 1. ,. ,.,..1,..., i.. :.. ..i.:i:i.. i 11.. 1 4::.. f i i i:.,.. 1 i ii, 1. .. ,.,...!. :.. :.. i.:..i iaoilitll'S ITS iOl'OSIUiiUHlllUHM ill I'hii-iiij; migfuiunn win,), iinuuuu.y tu niiiiiuu miiu iiiiiiiLiiitn ui .wituiniuuimj, mi -trcwifii inu iiurni -iui-i i u nisiur.v. want to "et yoii'tu'tjuiiintcd with our now enlarge stock, our increased facilities for displaying the same, and to induce ea onlv our entire slock 01 We early buying, we offer for these two days La.ces, Embroideries, White Goods, Muslin Vnd...

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. — 13 March 1907

QG9ammMmsmMMmmBs&9& lya-mrTirM Our Newest Addition Our Millinery Department Miss Lively is now ready to show you, The Season's Latest Hats Bonnets and Millinery Novelties. You Are Invited Max Goldman & Co. LOCAL NOTES- H rrD4f 1 . . i 1 Sam Kay returned from uhloKa sha today, Leo Bitscho is in Wfohita having hiB oyoa treated. Koop ono oyo open for tho big St. Patrick's Ball at the opera house. " 43 Ot Ernest Haskell left this morn ing for Augusta, Kae. whore ho will mako his home. Mrs. Pat Debitt of EIReno who has beon visiting in tho oity returned to her homo. Boono Hito oamo up from Ft. Sill this morning whoro he has boon attending tho Indian payment. W. Hazel returned this morning from Lindsay, I. T. whore ho haa been transacting business. Merchants Carnival Opera Houoo tonight. Como and bring your friends, benefit Christian church. Over 100 performers. Seats .15, .25 and 35c. Tho Merchants Carnivnl to night will bo full of good hearty laughs, also pretty drills, fine...

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