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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 14 March 1907

r Democrat .V ,,, Vol. 1 ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, MARCH 1. 1907. NO 4d. The Daily r.r FIRST SPRING ARRIVALS We invito you to coino in and see the now styles of the most up-to-date Gontloiiions wear. taawMMaiaaitttiii''iiiiiTiiiriiHliursv1 Spring 1907 H&is We arc Sole Agents here for all these high class lines The Fair Departm't Store Fort Cobb Route 4. Mibb Foster visited MiBS Eryin Sunday. Every one waa glad to Bee the rain last Friday. V. S. Erwin made a trip to Anadarko Monday. Dr. Warner made a trip to Carnegie Wednesday. Frank Butler loft Monday for his claim south of Apache. Thore was no literary at Poach er Friday night on acoount of the rain. Mr. Bryan, and family, visited his daughter, Mrs. Bolten Sun day. A number of Oney people at tended the Cheatham box supper last Thursday night. Rev. Stanley preaohed at the Foster school house Sunday morning and evening. Roy. Thomas preaohed at the Poaohor sohool house Sunday morning and evening. Wo understand Wm Miles and...

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. — 14 March 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAILY ANI) "WlCKICIiV HEUNDON MIPS., Publishers Entered at the Postoffico nt Anndnrko, Okln., nB second class mail matter. HUIIHCUIPIION HATHMI Dnlly, by enrrier, per week, 10c Dally, by inuil, per your, $3.00 Weokly, by mail, per year, $1.00 The Advertising Campaigner Wlmt. the Domoena man sees in his onn)puijrn for ad vertising iB a constant repi tilion of tho old nowspfipor nmxhn tliat "business goos with advertising." Onedoes not got much timo to talk with tho proprietor of tho advertising store because people are constantly com ing in to buy, and .you feel that such a man is too busy to talk advertising to you. Hero is where you are mis taken, however; ho knows tho advantago of lotting the people know, and ho will al low other business to wait while ho attends to this, to him, most import ant matt or. Then you come to another shop next door, where tho proprietor sits on a goods box at the back, reading a newspaper, with his feet on tho counter. This 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. — 14 March 1907

, GOTHAM'S HMIMDY ;jsmr- HimTTr'HirnTTTiiiTTHIJlTir" nri a. Ka .i w k zn j.?3jiaA ibi n F-.m TZcT IXPNT The gigantic palace (or tho inll- lons of bimks of New Yoik city's pub Ic llb-ary la slowly reaching the half omiMc:l stac, that U, the Cutistruc- Ion of the steel frame and the mas- lvo six foot walls and the marble lab facing Is nearly finished and cady for the contractors to begin ho work of Interior construction. Hut 0 extensive is the building, covering ground spare of 105,000 square feet for It occupies an ontlro square, be ing 394 feet long and 274 feet In ilopth, with a height of 130 feet that It is exr-octiM that it will bo throo roars before the building will be I ready to receive the z.iuu.uuu volumes which cotnprl'-u the vast aggregation 3f books at ,.csent catalogued, and there will be room In the seven storied steel stack room for 800,000 more vli.tw without crowding a bit. The cxi erior appearance of the building conveys something of the . in ...1.1.1. 41... In.n.l ...

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. — 14 March 1907

H H 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 Cutting Affray At Apache While playing cardsin asnl'non at Apaoho Tuesday night, Luthor Ford and Eugene Brnzle becams engaged in a dispute and as a roBult Ford called Brazlo a liar. Thia Btarted a fight, but they wero Boon parted by eotno men in the room, and thoy both wont out Bido vhoro the fight was rocom- monoed. Rrazol struck Ford, knocking him to tho ground, and when ho got up struok him down again, whilo down Ford manag ed to got out his knifo, catching Brazlo by tho leg ho stabbed him again and again, inflicting woundB that may prove fatal. Ford waB arrested and brought to this oity, and placed in jail to await hiB preliminary hearing before Justicoof tho Peace Wer z of Apaoho, March 25. His bond was fixed at S350 which ho did not furnish. The Opportujnitjf of a Lif;e-Time 95,000 acres in the "Ga...

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. — 15 March 1907

v-j & The Daily Democrat itt'tt'to Vol. l ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH 15. 1907. NO, 47.. FIRST S Wo invito you to come in and see the now styles GentlemeiiH wear. jl Spring 1307 Hats Wc a.rc Sole rife Fair Departrn t Store L'iiiia-'F-iiTTmrTrnTT1rT'n A BELATED WRITE-UP frades Carnival Wednesday and Thursday Nights. The editor of the Democrat at tended the Trades Carnival Wed nesday night, and gave it a care ful write-up, partly with a view iof helping the ladies of the Chrietian ohuroh as far as possi ble. The copy was hung on the hook about 1:30 o'olook yestor- , day afternoon, and by a mistake ' in the office did not get into the paper. The write-up, amended pomowhat, iB run in today's is Bue to show what we would have done. I The TradeB Carnival at the opora house Wednesday night i was a very interesting and amusing affair. The program opened with a reoitation by four girls, Tennyson's "Blow Bugles blow," and was followed by Mrs. Burnham's Bong from The Torea- dor...

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. — 15 March 1907

.THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT IJAIIVY AM) WKEKI.Y HERNDON'HROS., PubHsho.y. Entered at the Postofucc at Anadarko, Okla., as second class mall matter. HUIIHCHIITION 1IATHHI Dally, by carrier, per week, 10c Dally, by mail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year, $1.00 Democratic Announcements FOR STATE OFFICES A Letter From A Friend The editorial heart was made glad the other day b.y the receipt of a letter from Colonel Janies V. Handlett, one of the best friends to Anadarko during- hi.s service hero a.s Indian Agent, that the town over had. Colonel Handlett never had any special reason to show tlio warm interest in Anadarko which ho con stantly exhibited, but out of n generous nature grown green in old age. The Col onel did nOl wait for peoplo to earn his good will by long association; iiidtead, the eager kindness of his warm heart ran to help on any and every occasion. The writer recalls that without any title to tho Colonel's good offices, ho has been honored by a friendship as sincere...

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. — 15 March 1907

"V-itJ i wJHtiM w i (l it. as ou tnt la. on, res ce, -ro-,8 a the to jlty 80 use 3 the ere. in jvell to rhis will tho and, and and te, 2 ard, nool, K s For- ie Baby's Bonnet WWMWWNMMMMM MM ,jj Wido ribbon In soft whito figures or raised velvet pattern may bo man ipulated to mako a porfect fitting baby bonnet. Put a gathering thread In the mlddlo of one edge- for n few Inches, forming a little crown when drnwn up. Seam the rest of the ribbon down to tho back of the neck without gath ering. Tho ribbon must bo wldo enough to reach from the center of tho back ajound neck on each side to where ties aro put on. For tho Httlo wash bonnets that aro to bo worn over padded linings this Is an especially good way, using a ribbon for gathering up tho center and lacing It down tho back through tiny rings sewed on tho plain part. In this way It can bo easily E'ralghtened out flat to wash. Tho part which Is turned under to gathor will take about two-fifths of tho entire length, leaving tho rest div...

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. — 15 March 1907

DO YOU NEHD A Cow? A House or Rooms? A Sidewalk? A Husband or Wife? ' Any Old thing? TEN READ THE DEMOCRAT'S IT'S MONEY I n 'V ' if r El II AD Mil JESEHESS3ZI "Green Bug" Pest I Offers No Great Alarm1 Guthrie, Okla, March 11. So persistent havo beootno the ro porta from all portion of Okla homa and Texas that the green tU peat is ruining tho wheat orop, that investigations wore mnao by tho M. L. English, dir ector of tho Oklahoma oxpori mont station at Stillwater, who dcclaroB there 1b not groat cause or alarm from thia sourco. Tho following statement wad issued today by Dirootor English. "This insoot is the whoat YESTERDAY'S ELECTION RETURNS. plant Il.j'0 and while it may at timo8 become Yory destructive, there does not soem to bo causo for great four of its ravagoB this spring. Toxub roporta conbidor ablo damugo dono by this insect but that state is further south and ono could oxpect moro dam ago during tho winter and early Bpring. Days warm enough for the lico to work and yet too...

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. — 16 March 1907

JWW9 .... ifii: VOL. 1 ANADARKO, CADDo ColNTY, OKLAHOMA, MARCH 16, 1907. No, 43. 0 Daily ine . H Bt 4A M 4 i k ft i .11 ( . . uemocrat dpring ' Millinerii Opening Wednesday, March 20th Heu ylre "Cerdialhi Jnoited te Attend. ffhe fair )epartm't 6tor& -f gfc. reltaira Music V - - J LOCAL NOTES J Judge Aronds is reported to be seriously ill. Bo sure and attend the Young Peoples' Mass meeting at the M, E. Churoh tonight. Miss Lola Popplewell and brother, Guy, wont to Bingor this morning to viBit over Sun day. S. E. Barnes, a prominent armor living near Fort Cobb, is a business visitor in the city to day, Misses Boseie Jerkins and Viola Driskell went to Apache today to spend a few days with irionds. Mrs. J. W, Creeoh of Herring ton, Kansas, arrived in the city this morning to visit hor sister, Mrs. Lowery. Mrs. Minnie Pearson, the artist oamo in this morning from Okla homa City, and while in th oity will take orders for pictures. Miss Mabel Carson, who is em ployed on the Carnegie He...

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. — 16 March 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAIIV ANI VKKKIjY HERNDON BROS., Publishers. Entered nt the PoBtofflce at Anadarko, Okla., ns second class mnil matter. HUIIHCHIITION IIATKHI Dally, by carrier, per week, 10c Dally, by mail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mall, per year, $1.00 The Court House Square It sconiH that Time in ita slow progress is bringing a the pitfall mentioned in the preceding paragraph, and we have every reason to be liovo that it will bo a success The March issue is to pub lish the now state- constitu tion and to tell the story of its making. We will all look forward to the M a r e h Sturm's with interest. Sturm's Mngazino will stand considerable improve ment yet, but the present number is pniustakingly promiso that the improve ment will be made. Democratic Announcements FOR STATE OFFICES needed improvement in the Court House bquuro at last.jgot;jon uPf nmi j itsolf is a We are apparently to nave it sown to grass, and Mr. Uoylo has advertised for bids to put. a sidewalk along the n...

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. — 16 March 1907

K DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Mayor. JOE SMITH. For City Attorney, RANDALL L1VESAY. For City Clork, J. A. McCAMPRELL. For Chief of Police, FRANK EiEFLEY, For Polioo Judge, F. A. LANE, For Street CummiaHioner, H. BAUM", For City Treasurer, W. D. MILLS. For City As9en6or, W. H. DANIELS. For Treasurer Sohool Board, W. P HUDSON, FIItST WARD, For Councilman, J. N. CURNUTT. For Member School Board, FRANK WARD. i For Comraittoman, KKAJNK. WAKD. SECOND WARD. For Councilmun, B. V. HAMMERT. For Member School Board, HENRY MILLS, For Committeeman, SIDNEY H. HURLEY. THIRD WARD. For Councilman, HUGH GRAHAM, For Member School Board, M. D. MILLER. For Committeraan, W. S. FREELIN. FOURTH WARD. For Councilman, D. G. GALLOWAY. For Member School Board, OSCAR DIEHR. For Committeemen, xnn.yj rnuin, W. D. DIVERS. Keep one eye open for tho big dt. Patrick's Ball at the opera house. 43 Ot I Try our'Gold Meial" Mexi ban Chili, tho genuine hot stuff it the Hamburger Stand near 3urf Saloon. 47 It Why Perfect Beer Me...

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. — 16 March 1907

. U Wf..! i.UU I do You DO YOU 1 1 i ii 1K u( H T TO H Then I I Wl ttllllllMlliJIM Hi4 t ' i Want Anythin NEED A Cow? A House or Rooms? A Sidewalk? A Husband or Wife? Any Old thing? THEM READ THE DEMOCRAT'S WANT AD COLUMN; IT'S MONEY TO YOU! DISPOSE OF ANYTHING? Sell or Rent A House or Rooms? Sell or Trade a Stock of Merchandise? Place It In Hie Damocra FOR SALE COLUMN! ' ' ; hi I's "r - g? As to Thomas W. Lawson Yesterday, we found a postal oard in our miiif advising that h copy of tho Boston Daily Tribune had been senc us containing tho truth about Lawson and request ing ua to road it carefully. Tho Ttibune cumo in last night's moil and wo opened it with a mild fooling of ouriosity. Of tho twelve pagea.aovon wero required to givo tho truth about Lawson, stated fragmentary and many Bided. The firBt page contains an atro cious cartoon, showing ThomaB with moro modala on him than a Spanish general, and all awarded by hiB victims in stook market transactions. It also uses suoh gentle ...

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. — 18 March 1907

A?. -e a VOL. 1 ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH 18. 1907. NO, 49. JURY FAILS TO 1NDICTRIISSELL Weather Forecast Washington, Mar. 18 Fore oast: Oklahoma and Indian Terri tory Tuoslay, generally fair. AS THE EAST SEES US The Daily Democrat. Spring M 1 1 9 . Wednesday March 20th Xeu ytre "Cerdialht nviUd te Mend. ffhe fair )epartm't dtcre ; ' 'Prehedra Music i VlMMltf . - -ml. , J LOCAL NOTES Chas' Kamm is in Apaoho to day. Arthur Dyor is a business visitor in Chickasha today. P. J. Miller is transacting business in Chiokasha today. Atty. Theo. Pruitt is a legal business visitor in Hydro today. C. J. Sohoetz is looking after business interests in ChiokaBha today. E. B. Wilcox returned this morning from a short business trip to Lawton. L. W. Meyers went to Rainy Mountain today to attend the Indian payment. J. H. Johnson left this morn ing for Cement where he will visit for several weoks, Goo. Cooper roturned to Fort Cobb this morning after spend ing Sunday with his parents. Lau...

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. — 18 March 1907

gmf (r",,",wr,j wrfip",' T" ) THEANADARKdDEMOCRAJ MAIIV ANI IVPKI-flr. HERNDON BROS., Publishers. Entered Bt the Postofficc at Anadarko, Oklnf, na second clnss rnnil matter. HL'IIHCIIIlriON HATKHI Dally, by carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mall, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mall, per year, 31.00 The Mayornlity Campaign Tlio election issue is sqmirely joined now, ivith the nominees of both parlies . .1 1 1 i j actively in tno nem, aim n- behooves us to size up the situation a bit. The Demo crat is naturally, a party organ, and will fight its party's battles; but it is not so childish ns to put its sin cerity in question by vilify ing a good man just because lie happens to bo a republi can candidate nor overpraise any unworthy man who might chance to bo on our own ticket. The nominations made by Thursday's vote show conclusively that the peoplo are demanding a new deal throughout. Only one of the present administration, McCnmpbell, won out in the primary, and ho received more votes than...

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. — 18 March 1907

ill For Mayor. JOE SMITH. For City Attornoy, RANDALL LIVES AY. For City Clerk, J. A. McCAMPBELL, For Chief of Police, FRANK HEFLEY, For Police Judge, F. A. LANE, For Street Commissioner, H. BAUM, For City Treasurer, W. D. MILLS. For City Assessor, W. H. DANIELS. For Treasurer Sohool Board, W. P HUDSON, FIRST WARD, For Councilman, J. N. CURNUTT. For Member School Board, FRANK WARD, flor Committeman, FRANK WARD. SECOND WARD. For Councilman, B. W. HAMMERT. ?or Member School Board, HENRY MILLS, 7or Committeeman, SIDNEY H. HURLEY. THIRD WARD. For Councilman, HUGH GRAHAM, ''or Member Sohool Board, M. D. MILLER. 'or Committeman, W. S. FREELIN. FOURTH WARD. "or Councilman, D. G. GALLOWAY. or Member School Board, OSCAR DIEHR. or Committeemen, THEO. PRUITT, W. D. DIVERS. Keep one eyo open for the big t. Patrick's Ball at the opera ouse. 4o (it Try ourGold Medal" Mexi- an Chili, the genuine hot stuff t the Hamburger Stand near urf Saloon. 47 It Badly Injured Last night while riding double n a ...

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. — 18 March 1907

nr ? . j j do You Want Anything? DO YOU NEED A Cow? A House or Rooms? A Sidewalk? A Husband or Wife? Any Old thing;? THEN IAD IHE DEMOCRAT'S B IT'S lie TD T10 OF 1 Sell or Rent A House or Rooms? Sell or Trade a Stock of Merchandise? Then Place It In The Damocrat's FOR SALE COLUMN! - s, 4 K a. .t. r " 2 WANT AD COLUMN; WN DSPOSE G Hon. H. B. Lockett Candidate for judge of the 15th Judioial District of Oklahoma. Tho constitutional convention has apportioned the state into twenty-two Judicial Districts and wo are in the 15th, composed of Cuddo. Grady. Stephens and Jofferson. Hon. H. B.Lookatt of this oity, announced his intentions a few weeks ago of entering tho race for tho Domocratio nomination for tho position of Judgo of tho Districts courts of this district, and now that tho boundaries of tho distriot have boon definitely sottlod, ho will at onco become aotivo in his canvass of tho dis triot, for it will require somo con stant work to make a canvass of tho distriot between now and...

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. — 19 March 1907

- j ws "wTJitr- The Daily Democrat VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH 19. 1307. NO, 50. 3 dpring illinerii fi XOednesdaii, March 20th leu tire 'Cerdiallii Jnuited te Mend. She fair S)epartm't tftere aM reli'ealra Music J LOCAL NOTES J. Honninger is a business visitor in Hinton. Wm. Plum is a business visitor in Hobart today. J. E. White is looking after business interests in Carnogie today. Otia Cooper went to FortNCobb today where ho will visit with his brothers. Adolph Younghoim lost a valu able horso this morning from be ing ovorhoatod. J. B. Lister, who has been or ganizing an anti-cigarette League at Apaohe. is in the oity today. Frank Law returned this morn ing from Ponoa City ' where he has been visiting for several days. R. Z. MoAninoh, the opera houBo man, is making his oir ouitin tho north part of the oourity today, Messrs. Coleman and Randall, tho balloon men, went to Hinton this morning where thoy will make an asoension. R. B. Campboll and Roger Merrill, who...

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. — 19 March 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAILY AND WKKK1.Y HERNDON HMOS., PublUhcra. Entered at the Postofllcc nt Anadarko, Ok In., ns second clnn.i mail matter. Hl'IIHCItllTION HATl'.HI Dally, by carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mull, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mull, per year, $1.00 Special Delivery Improvement St Louis Republic: Chump C ark's mensuru looking to a moro general application of tho phm of special delivery of letters, which passed the senate and house without opposition, hasbeen approv ed by tho president, and be comes effective Jul' 2. This law, which has not been widely discussed, is of importance and a simplifier of tho present excellent sys tem of delivering- letter im mediately upon receipt at the post ollico. As all of us who have sent letters in this way well know, there is tiot always at hand tho needed blue stamp that insures tho special attention for impor tant letters of 1 his character. Mr. Clark's measure provides that an extra 10 cents worth of any kind of uncancelled Ameri...

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. — 19 March 1907

EMOCRATIC TICKET or Mayor. JOE SMITH. iv City Attorney, RANDALL L1VESAY. jr City Clork, J. A. McCAMPBELL, jr Chief of Police, FRANK HEFLEY, )r Police Judge, F. A. LANE, )r Street Commissioner, H. BAUM, )r City Treasurer, W. D. MILLS. rr City Assessor, W. H. DANIELS. ir Treasurer School Board, W. P HUDSON, FIRST WARD, r Councilman, J. N. CURNUTT. r Member School Board, FRANK WARD, ir Committeman, FRANK WARD. SECOND WARD. r Councilman, B. W. HAMMERT. r Member Sohool Board, HENRY MILLS, r Committeeman, SIDNEY H. HURLEY. THIRD WARD. r Councilman, HUGH GRAHAM, r Member School Board, M. D. MILLER. r Committeman, W. S. FREELIN. FOURTH WARD. Councilman, D. G. GALLOWAY. r Member School Board, OSCAR DIEHR. r Committeemen, THEO. PRUITT, W. D. DIVERS. keep one eye open for the big Patriok's Ball at the opera so. 43 Gt fry our''Gold Medal" Mexi- n Chili, the genuine hot stuff the Hamburger Stand near rf Saloon. 47 It AT THE '. 0. BOOK STORE You Will Find School Books and Supplies, Blank Books, T...

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. — 19 March 1907

: wwjirvr.fjf t jmm1 V'i'W-WMii ' dfl'Wllj"''rt(Jit J Ss'iiwjrtirtWpwiBjptt-"1 " 7 DO YOU NEED A Cow? A House or Rooms? A Sidewalk? A Husband or Wife? Any Old thing? Til REftD 11 DEMOCRAT'S IT'S MONEY TO T 10 DISPOSE OF ANYTHING? Sell or Rent A House or Rooms? Sell or Trade a Stock of Merchandise? Then Place II In. Hie Democrat's FOR SALE COLUMN! H r 8 B' f do You Want Anything? INT AD COLII 00 W Gallagher for Sheriff Mr. J. G. Gallagher, form erly of West Bond, Iowa, is a life long1 Democrat, voting the ticket when there were only nine Dem- oo ui8 in his township, Mr. Gal lagher oarao to Medford, Okla homa, in 1000, and then to Ana darko before the sale of town lots. Mr. Gallagher has sorvqd Ana darko in the capacity of council man over sinoo the town was or ganized. He was a candidate two years ago for the office of aheriff, and was beaten by ', two votes in the convention, Mr; Gallagher haB always boon i ot, ivo in tho party, and given hla sharo and then somo wr.oi money waB requ...

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