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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 20 March 1907

- TV,?. '"'wmtfj yrwr4i jFv?V7m!lf 5T rpr yr- wispi(hfr'! i D The Daily Democrat . Ht oL. 1. ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH 20. 1907. no, S J . r 10 v Spring ft ffjf&trt&j&jJmr 'ILLd'IWJO' ' CONSTITUTION FROM 2 VIEW POINTS 1Q7 fl 36 1- ItH ok aff eo tf ed or 3tf erl ur nil d uy i tl M illineni Opening XOednesdai(f March 20th lieu fre Cordially invited te Attend. ffhe fair )epartm't $torz ytnadarkc; Oklahoma. irehcutra JAu&ic dUcmm and Vccnlng. After wangling all day ovorj tho future policy of tho party, tho republican state centrnl com mitteo meoting, at tho court house yesterday ovening pdopted a res olution deolaring that it was tho sense of the committee that no nominations for county officors or legislative candidates should bo made until after tho state con vention is hold and tho rank and file of the party have a chance to express their views in tho mat ter. Tho matter of organization was then taken up and a moro bitter fight than over arose over tho ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 20 March 1907

Democratic Announcements FOR STATE OFFICES SUR13TV ON llOXDS 'TtH0SE who nre required to give Bonds in positions of trust, and who desire to nvoid nsking friends to become their sureties, or who may wish to relieve friends from fur ther obligntions ns bondsmen, should apply in person or by letter to FREEMONT BOYLE, Anndarko, Oklahomn. AOKNT l'OH .yimeriean &ureti( 'Company. Capital, 9U,noo,ooo. k. The Dailv Democrat. (Dally except Sunday.) .... JUST RECEIVED .... Na.v3Ljo Indian Blaunkets These Blankets Were Bought in New Mexico Through a Denver, Colorado, Firm and Were NOT MADE IN NEW ENGLAND COME AND SEE THEM, AND A LINE OF BURNT LEATHER. NOVELTIES AT HERNDON imOS., Publishers. Application made for ontry-at the An- adarko, Okln., postolllcc ns second class mail matter. Par Llout. Governor GEO. BELLAMY. f Wo nro authorized to announce the name of George Bellamy as n candidate for tho ollko Lieutenant Governor, sub ject to the action of the Democratic Hi;ilHCIIIlrtON IIATICMI Da...

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. — 20 March 1907

DEMOCRATIC TICKET EZ9EZSZI m i i,i yy J. N. CURNUTT Makes, Paints and Repairs CARRIAGES AND WAGONS For Mayor. JOE SMITH. if For City Attorney, RANDALL LIVESAY. Will Snvc You Time nnd Money RENEW the Youth of That Buggy MfW with a coat of PAINT ll U TT 6th Street, North of Citizens Bank. For City Clork, J. A. McCAMPBELL. B For Chief of Police, FRANK HEFLEY, R. M. HARRIS CO. 1 '1 For Police Judge, F. A. LANE, For Streot Commissioner, H. BAUM, For City Treasurer, W. D. MILLS. For City Assessor, W. H. DANIELS. For Treasurer School Board, W.P HUDSON," FIRST WARD,. For Councilman, J. N. CURNUTT. For Member School Board, FRANK WARD. For Committeman, FRANK WARD. SECOND WARD. For Councilman, B. W. HAMMERT. For Member School Board, HENRY MILLS, For Committeeman, SIDNEY H. HURLEY. THIRD WARD. For Councilman, HUGH GRAHAM, The Reliable Grocers Carry n complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats. Wo Pay the Highest Price for Eggs, Uuttcr and Country Produce. Nothing Is Chea...

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. — 20 March 1907

Commissioners' Proceedings Tho boinl o county commis sioners mot this 18th day of Fob runry 1007 at 0 o'clock n. m., pursuant to cull by county olerk Fremont Boylu to henr tho trial of rimonfltriinoo against tho ap plication for liquor lioonso of m. HuBBfoldt. Presont C. C. FiBhor, chairman ('. C. Loach, commiaeionor, ab sent A. D. Canon commiaeionor. ANo presont Fremont Boyio county clorlc. In ro tho application of Win IIuHHfeldt for liquor lioonso vb Fred Kroutz ot al, romonstrators. The applioant appoaring in por Hon and by his at'ornoyB, Win McFadyon and Glitsoh, Morgan & Ulilsoh. Tho romonBtrators appoaring in porson and by thoir attornoy Dyko Ballingor. Mies Hazol Roooo. stenographer. Motion of romonBtrators to dis miss cubo for tho ronBOn That tho Territory where saloon ia to bo located is to bo out off by Con stitutional Convention. Tho board after hoaring tho argu ments of oounsol and boing fully advisod in tho promises. Motion is ovorrulod. Board adjourned to meet at 1...

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

tp f K .tftiMf- J , ' i 1 ! . t ! The D&ily Democrat foL. J ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH 22, 1907. NO, 5 3. Weather Forecast Washington, Mar. 20. Fore Oklahoma and Indian Torii ry Friday oloudy. IS DELAYED Blood Shed, But Negroes Say Their Lives Are Unsafe. Lawton, Okla., March 21. Tho ireatened clash between whites .id blacks at Waurika last night id not materialize and quiet has 'een rostored, although wh"tes ontfnue to express their deter lination to drivo the negroes it. More negroes reached hero com WauriKa this morning and oported that tho lifo of none of heir rn"o is nofe there. Deputy uarsh. c-uno back today. Thev elieve that no attack on the logroes will bo made. Real Good Time Mrs. E. K. Pattiaon, of Grace- nont was very pleaeently surpriB id yesterday by the ladies of tho 3. A. R. living in this city. Cho surprise was in tho form of i visit and big dinner from eigh- eon of them, and as wo were not )reBent we will not vouoh for all if it but we think from t...

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

The Daily Democrat. (Dally except Sunday.) HERNDON BROS., Publishers. Application made for entry at the Aa adnrko, Okln., postoflke as iicmd class mail matter. HUIIHCMIITION ItATICHI Daily, by carrier, per week, . 10c Daily, by mail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year, . $1.00 The Wail of A Lost Cause Tho managers of the He publican City committee, beinjr confronted by tho fate ful . oto of tho 14th and realizing that tho city is Democratic and that de.sper ato diseases require desper ato remedies, are already Hetting up the cry of fraud, and in a primary election, mind you, whore tho Demo cratic vote was not cast against Republicans and had nothing to do with Republi cans at all! Their only hope now isjtogot a lino on the Democraticivotors, to see if a change cannot be made somewhere. Yesterday after noon, Bill Divers "busted" into tho Domocrat oflice with tho information that ho had been tackled by a republi can self-constituted com mittee, which told him that numerous ring...

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

app' A - a ie o y ,o .0 3 10 m 11 .o is .11 ie 2 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Mayor. JOE SMITH. i j. j ' - . . JhkiVt For City Attorney, kTl ! .. tRANDALL LIVESAY. For City Clprk, J. A. McCAMPRELL, 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. SECOND WARD. For Councilman, B. W. HAMMERT. For Member School Board,. HENRY MILLS, THIRD WARD. For Councilman, HUGH GRAHAM, For Member School Board, M. D. MILLER. FOURTH WARD. For Councilman, D. G. GALLOWAY. For Member School Board, OSCAR DIEHR. SALE OF 1 INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anadarko, Okla., Deo. 3, '06 Schedule of Inherited Indi an Lands listed at Kiowa Indian Agenoy, Oklahoma, for Bale un der the Amended rules of the Se cretary of the Interior dated Oc tober 2, 1902. for the conveyance of Inherited land under...

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

'WJRWV :.IJi ,h i iv It 1 11 ft-l t Ju i; READY FOR SPRUNG We are now prepared to show ...&Ae... NEW STYLES AND FABRICS 1 0 .m. Spring Clothes All the New Color Effects! Come and See What is to be Worn This Season1 id 1m S"""t3f!r S' Jl fjiip Jf ill ItnJ sk 5?s v Copyright 1907 by Hart SchafFner trf Marx 19 0 Y OVN J GOOD CLOTHES STORE jt, tjwwl'iwv H! j.h '.'.'.' rj"llJJrllJlJ'.rmlmulw'a Coming To Anadarko for one wook bo ginning Monday, Mnroh 25ih, Dr. II. T. Shophord, tho Kansas City oyosiglit specialist. Offico in parlors of Bryan Hotel. 51 -It Public Speaking By Robert L. Owun, Domocrntic candidate for U. S. Soimto. Hobart, Saturday, " 23, 7:30 1 M. Cordull, Monday, " 26, 7:30 I1. M. Clinton, Tuuwtoy, " 20, 7:30 1 M. Geary' Wodnosdny, " 27, 7:30 P. M. Anadarko, Thursday, " 28, 7:30 I M. KIKeno, Friday. " 2D, 7.30 1 M Congregational Meeting Tho Regular Annual Mooting of tho Congregation of tho Pres byterian ohuroh, will bo hold in tho Presbyterian church, on Wednesday ovenin...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 23 March 1907

"wgrmifww "vy-v- t The Daily Democrat l'Kiny "i'Tj U foL. J. ANADAR.KO, CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. MARCH 2 3. 1307. Ji NO, 5 4. ( "They fit when others.f ail" A-SUi !PL OPENING . feZr rfv 5!!!:$ THE new "Queen Quality" Shoe fashions for Spring are f r mK 5!Vn now reay Needless to say. they are authoritative m 1 and "correct bevond nuestion. Whv i it that "nimon yv fiv!jflPH THAT L. T. RUSSELL PRINTING BILL The Tribune's Charge of Graft Not Sustain-' ed By the Records The Records Also Show the Vote For 'and Aganst It COUNCILMAN JOE SMITH'S VOTE IS RECORDED "NO" But the Tribune Carefully Avoided Saying That Mr. Smith Voted For What Ifs Ed itorial Characterizes As a "Steal" Tho Tribune of yesterday's date asks the pertinent query, "Why should the independent voter east his bal lot for Mr. Stel.ner rather than Mr. Smith?" and then an swers tho question by citing Mr. Smith's connection with the L. T. Husscll printing bill, allowed by the city council last Juno. The Tribune carefully avoids ...

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

wTpr H "!:., - H7 u The Daily Democrat. (Dnlly except Sunday.) HERNDON BR5s., Publishers. Application mado for entry at the An- mlnrko, Okln., postofllco ns second class mail mattor. HUllMCIIlPriON HATHHI Dally, by carrier, por week, 10c Dally, by mail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, por year, $1.00 Bailey for District Judge Wo cull attention to the announcement in its proper column of F. M, Hniloy, of Chickasha, as candidate for thooilicoof .ludgeof tho loth District, comprising the Counties of Caddo, Grud.y, Stephens and Jefferson. Mr. JJailey is an able and re putable lawyer, and has practiced law in our county, lie came to A nadarko sever al days ago, in the interest of his candidacy, and made a good impression hero. Our Friends the Enem Wo live a short life. Jitbest, and always a busy one. Wherefore wo cannot make a business of taking down these falso fronts that the .Republican party in tho city is continually putting out. In tho last two issues we have given that, party a l...

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

-j'"TJ-wrp-r v I T T V ' - rv ". DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Mayor. JOE SMITH. For City Attorney, RANDALL LIVESAY. For -City Clerk, J. A. McCAMPRELL. For Chief of Police, FRANK HEFLEY, For Police Judge, F. A. LANE, For 8treet Commissioner, H. BAUM, For City Trensurer, W. D. MILLS. For City ABSOHSor, W. H. DANIELS. For Treasurer School Board, W. P HUDSON, FIRST WARD, For Councilman, J. N. CURNUTT. For Member School Board, FRANK WARD. SECOND WARD. For Councilman, B. W. HAMMERT. For Member School Board, HENRY MILLS, THIRD WARD. For Councilman, HUGH GRAHAM, For Member School Board, M. D. MlCLER. FOURTH WARD. For Councilman, D. G. GALLOWAY. For Member School Board, OSCAR DIEHR. SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anadarko, Okla., Deo. 3, '00 Schedule of Inherited Indi an Lands listed at Kiowa Indian Agency, Oklahoma, for sale un der the Amended rules of tho Se cretary of the Interior dated Oc tober 2, 1002. for the conveyance of Inherited land under the pro visions of the Act of Congress approved M...

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

ANOTHER - mmmmmlmlmmmm ,mmmmmmmmjm READY FOR SPRIG .4. ' 1U 4ti :;;-& 0 For District Judge Frank M. Bailey Announces For The Office We are now prepared to show k Xmzlt - CANDIDATE if -v s M jjM.r ir w m v 111 k r .. 1 ...G?e. r NEW STYLES AND FABRICS in.. Spring Clothes All the New Color Effects! Come and See What is to be Worn This Season YOVNGHEI ..GOOD k1& Coming To Anadurko for one week be ginning Monday, Mnroh 25th, Dr. H. T. Shophord, tho KimBUB City oyosight Bpeoialist. Offico in parlors of Brynn Hotel. 51 It ( Public Speaking Hy Itobort L. Owen, Domocratic candidate for U. S. Senate. Holmrt, Sntunlny, " St, 7:!!0 P. M. Cornell, Monday, " UP, 7:30 I. M. Clinton, Tuomlay, " 2(3, 7:!M) 1. M. Goary' Wodnouday, " 27, 7:30 I M. Anadarko, Thursday, " 28, 7:30 I M, El Keno, Friday. " 2!t, 7:30 I'. M At Factory Prices! A FINE LINE OF ' MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING! Wo havo decided Unit our house is too dark aid small to handlo clothing', and we aro overcrowd ed with our Spring- s...

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. — 25 March 1907

The Daily Democrat VoL. -i. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, MARCH 25. 1907. No, 5 5. ES9HS75 PLATFORM AND PRINCIPLES Weather Forecast' Washington, Mar. 23. Fore- FIT THE EARLY oast: Oklahoma and Indian Terri tory Sunday IFair. LAST NIGHT ROBBERY N SPRING la just as important as at any other time and we have the Clothes Stem Bloch make, made by the most competent journeyman tailors in the business. i Sack Business Suits . . Dress Suits . '. . In scores of exclusive patterns and varied models, and in all ttyle.s nd pattern of cloth, Grey Pre dominating, Checks, Shadow Plaids and Stripes. Prices $i5.oq to $30.00. PANAMA HATS. We are opening a grand assortment of the latest styles this weak. Prices $5.00 to $iooo For the genuine article. EASTER, Remember, is MARCH 31ST THIS YEAR. &Ae Fair Department Store km -. t LOCAL NOTES CrD Mrs. Graoe Needham spont Sunday with Fletcher relatives. Mrs. W. J. Caughey left yes terday for Oklahoma City for a viBit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. W....

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 March 1907

"w-tisfnifn i" iff r s '( ' jm ! I The Daily Democrat. (Dnlly except Sunday.) HEKNDON DUOS., Publishers. Application mado for entry at the Aa- ndnrko, Okla., poatoflke as second clnss mail matter. HUIIMCIIIITION HA.TKHI Dally, by carrier, per week, . . 10c Dally, by mail, per year $3.00 Weekly, by mall, por year, . .$1.00 Burton is innocent; ho ad mits it. Wo attempted t6 make use of bur comet story to got up an ad for an umbrella sale for one of our merchant friends. Hut wo couldn't come-it. A strike of railway train men and conductors on linos west of Chicago, for 12 per cent increase in salaries, is set for April 1st. This is probably the best way out for the oflleials, as the linos were- giving little or no ser vice anyhow. But where does the shipper como in? In its proper column will bo found tho announcement of Koy Hoffman, of Chand ler, for tho office of United States senator from Okla homa. All newspaper men have a warm symputlry for Col. Hoffman tit his race, as ho is one o...

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 March 1907

T f iwt - fcw iTtewnJim, v - mtt'w f ir ''?: i( . r p ( H j k- .. Vfc f-. . -$T-- -'1'lW- ( to H v For Mayor. JOE SMITH. For City Attorney, RANDALL LIVESAY. For City Clerk, J. A. McCAMPBELL, i For Chiof of Police, FRANK HEFLEY, For Police Judge, F. A. LANE, For Street Commissioner, H. BAUM, For City Treasurer, W. D. MILLS. For City Assefisor, W. H. DAN1EL8. For Treasurer School Board, W. P HUDSON, FIRST WARD, For Councilman, J. N. CURNUTT. For Member School Board, FRANK WARD. SECOND WARD. For Councilman, B. W. HAMMERT. For Member School Board, HENRY MILLS, THIRD WARD. For Councilman, HUGH GRAHAM, For Member School Board, M. D. MILLER. FOURTH WARD. For Councilman, D. G. GALLOWAY. For Member School Board, OSCAR DIEHR. SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anadarko, Okla., Deo. 3, '06 Schedule of Inherited Indi an Lands listed at Kiowa Indian Agency, Oklahoma, for sale un Jer the Amended rules of the Se cretary of the Interior dated Oo- f tuber 2, 1G02. for the conveyance of Inherited land un...

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 March 1907

1 t 4viBfMKiiNV v f . v-v 1 ,-" - r " it-M-y fi" -w m fl I H B rttn HOW ABOVT YOVR. EASTER. SVIT? If you want to know exactly what they are just step in and look over our new shipment of suits. You will find them elegant garments representative of the latest styles correcft in every detail, yet full of indi viduality; "dif ferent" in many par ticulars, yet wholly up to the moment in gen eral effct. No danger of meeting your dou ble on every corner if you wear B. Kuppen heimer & Co's, and Schwab's clothes this season. A wide range of choice at from Coprt.y,t 1907 ft W '' 1 II I i- i B s v." I I ouk (I Kunirnlicimrt K v". y m $8.00 to $20.00 We Have a Complete Line of Hats. Prices rrom $150 to $5.00 MADE FOR US BY PETERSLjf We carry the largest line of Men's and Boys' shoes in Caddo county; Peters' Diamond brand, Hanon & Son, and Wm. Neeland brands will will fit your hoof at any time and price, and give you the correcft thing in style and comfort. Prices From $1.50 to $6.00 Bo...

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 March 1907

'. - ,?"X- !i: it! The Daily Democrat oL. 1. ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, MAR.CH 26, 1907. NO, 56, 1 FIT IN THE EARLY WOULD IGNORE SPRING lf pwjfpigKg'rs'rrf.hfth' rrrsuirmir' Is just as important as at any other time and we have the Clothes Stein Bloch make, made by the most competent journeyman tailors In 1he business. Sack Business Suits . . Dress Suits . . . In scores of exclusive patterns and varied models, and in all styles and pattern oi' cloth, Grey Pre dominating, Checks, Shadow Plaids and Stripes. Prices $i5.oo to $30.00. INJUNCTIONS President Murray Defines Actions if Courts hiterfere. His Weather Forecast Washington, Mar. 20. Foro east: Oklahoma and glndtan Terri tory Tuesday probably fair. PANAMA MATS. We are opening a grand assortment of the latest styles this week. Prices $5.00 to $iooo For the genuine article. , ' ,. EASTER, Bemember, is MARCH 31ST THIS YEAR. Bhe f Lir Department Store 1 wv v -v " " - $ 1 nn.Al NOTES X ( C. H. Kamm is transacting business in Ca...

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 March 1907

The Daily Democrat. (Daily except Sunday.) '"IHERNDON BROS. ..Publishers. Application made for entryot tho Aa- adarko, OklaJ poBloJTjco as second class mail matter. , HVHCMI1T10N IIATKHI Daily, by carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year, $1.00 C. C. Fisher In its proper column will be found the announcement of 0. C Fisher, of Dutton township, candidate for no mination for tho ollice of county commissioner for tho 2nd district, to succed him self subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mr. .Fisher needs no introduction to tho voters of Caddo County, having served them already in the position he seeks. lie lias been a faithful and con scientious public servant, voting more than once in board meetings against his inclinations and wishes be cause of the obligation he was under to follow tho law. Mr. Fisher comes before tho Democratic voters soliciting their (support, and promises that if he is nominated and elected he will give the same ca...

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 March 1907

rr E3 il 2.- DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Mayor. JOE SMITH. For City Attorney, RANDALL LIVESAY. 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. DAN1EL8. For Treasurer Sohool Board, W. P HUDSON, FIRST WARD, For Councilman, J. N. CURNUTT. For Member School Board, FRANK WARD. SECOND WARD. For Counoilman, B. W. HAMMERT. For Member 3chool Board, HENRY MILLS, THIRD WARD. For Councilman, HUGH GRAHAM, For Member School Board, M. D. MILLER. FOURTH WARD. For Councilman, D. G. GALLOWAY. t For Member School Board, OSCAR DIEHR. SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anodarko, Okla., Deo. 3, '06 Schedule of Inherited Indi an Lands listed at Kiowa Indian Agency, Oklahoma, for saleun der the Amended rules of the So cretary of the Interior dated Oc- ( tuber 2, 1002. for the conveyance ' of Inherited land under the pro viBions of the Act of Congress .approved May 27, 1002. V...

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 March 1907

il m ,wr HOW ABOUT YOVR. EASTER. SUIT? k writ m3SSSFXe '"h i Houw ci Kiripeol tamer l&u t l y & We Have Imadeforus9! Boys3 Suits We have a complete line of Boys' Cloth ing of the famous Mrs. Jane Hopkins make. We purchased this line of clothing in or der to meet a demand from our patrons for an article of superior quality and finish, at a reasonably low cost. You should see your boy in one of these suits. Prices from ft $2.00 Our Furnishings are complete anvd we invite you to call aid look them over GALLOWAY H TURNER. Broadway ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS Broadway xrrvrimni. vi - .OO to S20.00 a Complete Line Prices From $15" to $5.00 We carry the largest line of Men's and Boys' shoes in Caddo county; Peters' Diamond brand, Hanon & Son, and Wm. Neeland brands will will fit your hoof at any time and price, and give you the correct thing in style and comfort. Prices From $1.50 to $6.00 to $5.00 trig - it' ' 'l'WiBjaStSSTSt If you want to know exactly what they are just step in and ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
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