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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 27 March 1907

The Daily Democrat tr .' VoL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, MARCH 27, 907. NO, 57. I I DP ing ETWTr ri.niiw.'i1 K3M FIT IN THE EARLY SPRING Is jubt ns important ns nt any other time and we have the Clothes Stein Ulooh make, made by the most competent journeyman tailors in the business. Sack Business Suits . . Dress Suits . . . In scores of exclusive patterns and varied models, and in all styles and pattern of cloth, Grey Pre dominating, Cheeks, Shadow Plaids and Stripes. Prices $15.00 to $30.00. PANAMA HATS. We are opening a grand assortment of the latest styles this v,;ek.. Prices $5.00 to $icroo For the genuine article. EASTER, Remember, is MARCH 31ST THIS YEAR. Bhe Fear Depart meat Store PMMaMHBMaMMM HE CHILD IS BORN M Yesterday at 6:43 P. M. After a Fearful Strain the Republican Campaign Organ Came Out. LOCAL NOTES J John Ruziska is having a small addition built to his butoher shop. Mrs. Bakor returned last even ing from a short visit in Norman. Guy R. Gillette went to Ho...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 27 March 1907

T -w . v'""W V-' JtflU . PMHPa The Daily Democrat. (Doily except Sunday.) HERNDON BROS., Publishers. Application mado for entry at the An adarko, Okiai postofflco as second class mail matter. HUIIHCHIIMION IIATK8I Dally, by carrier, per week, Daily, by mall, per year, Weekly, by mail, per year, 10c $3.00 $1.00 The Demociatic Campaign The new 8tato will bo Democratic by ft great ma jority. Everything points to this result on both sides; and whilo it is possible that a lone Republican may con nect with ft job hero and there, the general result will not be changed. Therefore, Anadarko is wise in getting into tho De mocratic bandwngon. You gentlemen of tho commercial club who would like to see the State Reform school lo cated northwest of town, do you know what you will got from a Democratic governor and legislature if your town should chance to bo one of tho few Itepublican towns? But there is no danger in that. Tho City Kopubiican committee claims tho election by 30 votes, which amoun...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 27 March 1907

f A 31 33 IW 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. 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 GRHAM, For Member School Board, M D. MILLER. FOURTH WARD. For Councilmun, 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, OklahimH, for sale un der the Amended rules of the Se cretary of the Interior ated Oc tober 2, 1002. for the conveyance of Inherited lanu under the pro visions of the Act of Congress If approved May 27, 1002. Bide 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. — 27 March 1907

EXTRA RIFLES T" '- c : , - t ' IM CUT OUT f SY w WUC X ( mL'uotm. ) lrmLBAxwoMsuee HOW ABOUT YOVR. EASTER. SVIT? I 1 i I ,1 if! i We Have 1 'made "for us by" Petersl j ' " - i I Boys9 j m t piV1ff8jWWSfffi3B3WW3BHtBWt 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 reasonably low cost. You should see our boy in one of these suits. Prices from $2.00 Our Furnishings are complete suvd we invite you to call and look them over GALLOWAY $L TVRNER Broadway ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS BroaLdwa,y ,CiW.t 1907 jf y ' .)& i louie J KuMwntioawr A vHa y J, U $8.00 to $20.00 a Complete Line Prices From $1.50 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...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 28 March 1907

ppr;rw?i 'BHsIHbHMIH Hi- ThB Daily Democrat c: ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH 26. 1907. M l No, 56. ;i;:iil.L.-Jsrjj:rAJSgg:....;J.ii.'jfj-.i.ij.iJi!.-.?. '.rw"v.'.-i?;.':.j.j!ii-'iiJ!.:.Lj1aBi Correctly Dressed Peopl Change their dress with the seasons; take naturo as your guide and you will go right. Spring and summer when tho weather is balmy and warm is the tiino foi ls, for drives, for nicnics: is the time when vminfr men and voiinir Indies. hos nnd irirln. mid even nliW fnltrn Imvn flm .nit ..!,., t,....( ,,.': j ... 1....1. .1. ... ,. IVlSltS. lor drives, inr ninnies: in the r.inm when vminii 111011 nnd vnmur lnriHM. hniH 11 tin o-irls. mid even nlilm foltu Imvn flm ...nDi .-!.. r .....! i ... 1..1. ,1 . . 1 , ,', , :,' - - ,-- , ' .......... .. 0 .. 0 ..... .. ...... .......,.,, .. n ,.... --.. .v,.o, .,,, u.iu- juwct iiiuiisuuu iiiuviauuM, want to limit LlllMI DP.sl and they have then their best opportunities to show oft good clothes. So 111 spring you ought tj be ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 28 March 1907

I The Daily Democrat. (Dally except Sunday.) HERNDONTUKOS., Publishers. Application made for entry at the Aa aenrko, Okla: postofflcc ond class mall matter. HL'imCHllMION HA.TKHI Dally, by carrier, per week, . Dally, by mall, per year,. . Weekly, by mail, per year, 10c $3.00 $1.00 Whiz! Hungll Boshlil n whirl of bluish flame, an odor of benzene. What was it,? the comet? No, only "Will McFnydeii running on his "Aliuul S" record for City Attorney, with the switch opened that leads off on the Salt JUvor Lino. .Too Smith is a successful business man, and a public servant who&o worth has been proved by trial, lie has delivered the goods, and the voters know his worth. Why vote for an experiment experiments are always doubtful at the best. lb appears that the boat that will leave us on its journey for the headwaters of Salt Creek is to bo in chargo of a highly-certificated engineer (according to tlio Tribune). Wo are inform ed that he has served four years in such a capacity, so wo ne...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 28 March 1907

rr,.?4 S'r4-VX!P''," - 1 Ih : DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Mayor. , I 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, V. 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. 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. 'or Member School Board, OSCAR DIEHR. t THE IDEAL CAFE Dinner a Specialty BOSTON DYEING SHOP Uning, Reparing and Pressing ALL WORK GUARANTEED. KINS & FIELDS, Props. One door west of Tinclev's .(Indian Curio Store, C St. AT THE 0. BOOK STORE You Will Find liool Books and Supplies, Blank ks, typewriter i'aper and Of- bununes. tine stationery, ks, Magazines, News etc. ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 28 March 1907

w CI w H h w n HOW ABOUT YOVR EASTER SUIT? 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 correct 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 Iiouc ci KuprnJiomn & & y, ft $8.00 to $20.00 $1 We Have a Complete Line of Hats, jjj Prices From 150 to $5.00 1 MADE FOR US BY We carry the largest line of Men's and Boys' 1 - 1 1 r- . rv 1 1 ' 1 1 snoes m aaao county; reters uiamona orana, Hanon St 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. oys Mils We have a complete line of Boys' Cloth ing of the famous Mrs. Jane Hopkins...

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. — 29 March 1907

T Hi The Daily Democrat L. J ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH 29, 1907. NO, 59. M 55 ad vate oul; . a. Of wel Ha. iade ha! all ill ( am at 69. .cue 10 I' VlO, . of Ot 0 h x 0. th' In bl incf Jarl , Correctly Dressed People . Clmngo their dress with tho .sp.-isons; take nature as your uile and .you will o right. Spring- and .summer when the weather is balmy and warm is the time for isits, for drives, for picnics; is tho time when youni? men and young- ladies, bos and girls, and even older folks, have tho most nleasant moot'mirs: want, tn l,,nl.- ii,,.;.. u.i find they have then their best opportunities to show off good clothes. So in spring you ought t3 bo most nartioulnr. that vou irol tho best, liuinc- ,UuU ti. m,t u... .' ing hats, tho right thing in footwear. Wo do not think, liko a groat many storekeepers, that anything will do. just, so our custodiers will buy it. Drcrcin"- people is a 3no art with us. Wo tako a pride in having people say. liko we hoar most any day, 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. — 29 March 1907

" w if tt wwy-'w fSJff wwv' ' w ..J The Daily Democrat. (Dully except Snmlny.) HKItWHONZHROS., iMbHhem. Anplhfc'.lor. mmle for entry t the A- Bfnrko, OVlJ poitofflc m second cimm rtmil matter. HlJllf 11111 ION HATIIHI Oau, by carrier, per week, Dally, by mail. i-r year, Wokly, by mail, per year, 10c J3.00 1.00 II. liniun the pnrt.y's im mineo for ulreot (nmniitwi.on or, is nnother iiistnncn that pni'tisnn politics is not al ways unthinking. .Mr.Hmim is qualified for thiH burinem; ho knows sUviMh and wtrct't making, and whnt strcots ought to li(. Frank Lnno wan ono of the Democratic conscripts. When his friends Imdgmvl him about coming; out for police judge, they found nn unwill ing Frank. Hut ho wan bundled into ii, willy-nily, and being in, ho is in to win. The roason why Frnnk was urged is that he is known in the city .o bo clean and honorable, mid is by pro fession a lawyer. This com bination is the ideal one and will bo appreciated by the votors. The Tribune in Wodnes dny's numb...

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. — 29 March 1907

) Sheriff's tale Territory of Ollahorris, County of Caddo, M. The National Bank of tnndarko vs. Orange Roads ) Notice U hereby given, That by virtue of ait execution to me directed and de livered, ami now in my handa, iaaued out of the Probate Court, Territory of Oklahoma, in and for the County of Caddo, upon a judgment rendered in aaid court in favor of The National Hank of Anadarko and against Orange Koadt. I have levied upon.the follow ing described jieraonal property of said defendant, to-wit: The entire stock of gooda, of aaid Orange Roadtt, cansisting of plumbing mateiial and supplies, electric light fixtures, lamps, piping of all kinds, lmfting, steam fittings, en gines and machinery of every descrip tion, show case, writing desk, and many other articles' to numerous to mention. And that I shall, on Wednesday, the 27 day of March A. D., 1907, at ithe hour of 1 o'clock 1. M., of said day on the promises now occupied by said Orange Roadi, in the city of Anadarko, in said County...

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. — 29 March 1907

, H -rrv tv1" rT"f" H w HOW ABOVT YOVR EASTER SVIT? If yon want to know exactly what they are just step in and look over our new shipment of suits. You will find them elegant garments x representative of the latest styles correct in every detail, yet full of indi viduality; "dif ferent" in many par ticulars, yet wholly up to the moment in gen eral effcft. 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 vyl&'iijft IpJ i JW' imtijl f A IS& V ; W T? JvfL- CepynwU 1907 fc ' . 1 I Ion (I KupfMvdicunti N V r $8,00 to $20.00 w We Have a Complete Line of Hats. Prices From ft $1.50 to $5-00 j MADE FOR US BY g ! Peters 1 Yh t WhbMk We carry the largest line of Men's and Boys4 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 corrifort. Prices From $1.50 ...

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. — 30 March 1907

Democ I iiG 4L-I2L lU-tS) PL. i. ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MARCH 30, 1907. ' a'1 n NO, SO. ffiTti hi"f T" P eoole resse Correctiv D cl i I CluiPfro llieir rli-ess with the seasons; tiiko imturo ns your KiiiU' and .you will ro rijrht. Spring nnil summer when Uio weather is balmy and wana is lhi tiuu for isits, for drives, for picnics; is Uio time when young men and youiitf ladies, bo, u ffirls.nnd even older folks, have the most pleasant meetings; want to look their best mil they have then their host opportunities to show off good clothes. So in spring .you ought 1 3 bo most particular, that you get the best fitting duds the most becom h- hats, the right thing in footwear. Wu do not think, like n great many storekeepers, that anything will do. just so our customers will buy it. DrtUsiiiu- people is a no art with us. We take a pride in having people say, like wo hear most any day. when thoy seo nn extra well drossod man or extra perfect gowned woman or an unusuallv well hat 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. — 30 March 1907

tMH4M Republican Ticket Democratic Ticket M' D I The Daily Democrat. (Dnily except Sunday.) Pft0MriNIPf .?.. JUST RECEIVED .... 'i HERNDON BROS., Publishers. Application miulo for entry at the Aa- ndftrko, Oklai postofllce aa second class mall matter. l Navajo Indian Blankets f HUIIHCHII'riON IIATKMI Dnllv. liv carrier, ncr week. 10c Dally, by mail, per year, . Weekly, by mail, per year, . ?3.00 $1.00 In another column will bo found the announcement of Geo. F. Bryan fcr county commissioner of the Urd dis trict. Air. Bryan owns a farm in Highland township which he acquired immed iately after the country was opened to settlement, lie is a school teacher by profes sion, coining to Caddo coun ty from Vernon county, Mo. IIo has been a democrat all his life, and has served the county in the offices of town ship clerk and school trus tee, but has never run for any office. Mr. Bryan is in formed as to the duties of a county commissioner, and if ho is elected, ho promises to perform them as ...

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. — 30 March 1907

r rpj!JWKiipppEWWF!P5)!P wmw "i-pji' ' TjUfw rf rwy n Election Proclamation I, W. A. Scott, Mayor of the city of Anadar,kof in Caddo oounty, Territory of Oklahoma, on thiB 21et day of March 1007, in compliance with the duty im poaed upon and by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby call an elootion to be hold in and for Bald city and the sev eral wardB thereof, on Tuesday, the second day of April 1007, for the purpose of eleoting the fol lowing officers in and for paid city and the several wards, towit: Mayor. City Attorney, City Mar shall, City Clerk, Polico Judge, Street Commissioner, City Treas urer, City Assessor and Treasur er of the School Board Bnd one member of the Cily Council and one member of the Board of Edu cation in each ward, oa-'h and all of whom shall hold their office for the term of two years re spectively. The voting places in the ro spoctivo wards of suid city shall bo ap follows : 1st ward: In offico of Missouri lbr. oompany lot 4, block 25. 2nd 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. — 30 March 1907

y,.wii miynw Jini HI w mm HHimfljtii.i' iiiHMii-.nwT.., , .. - &r- 11 1 ! :')fii!fi ,'K f ii.'ffl! ''W',' '; ; t'T'T.11;. . .'r . ' ' ". '., , & HOW ABOVT YOVR. EASTER. SUIT? If you want to know exactly what they are just clep in and look over our new shipment of suits. You will find them elegant garments representative of the latest styles correct in every detail, yet full of indi viduality; "dif ferent" in many par ticulars, yet wholly up to the moment in gen eral effdt. 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 1 tou (I Kuwait lomtr k(: !vml V, ' : v $8.00 to $20,00 jjjj We Have a Complete Line of Hats. Prices From 1 i 1 r i , MADE FOR USJ3Y & m - 1 1 ii 1 . 1 1 n , 1. ,, 1 . . . .. - ....... 1-.. ..,.... .... . . . n $1.50 to $5-00 , ; We carry the largest line of Men's and Boys4 shoes in Caddo county; Peters' Diamond brand, Hanon & Son, and Wm. Neela...

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

'''wmwf K'r ""rw " Democrat i ,-i VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. APRIL J, ISO. No, 6U ST The Daily ' PREPARE FOR HARVEST Trouble With Railroads is pec ted This Season In Kansas Ex- Topokn, Mar. 30 After n eon feronoe with Gov. Uoch tudny,T B. Gerow, the secretary of the atato free employment bureau, Btatei that he would at once be gin to send out letters to his cor respondent asking for informn ticn about the Biipply of laborers for the wheat harvest. It is possible that Kansas may havo trouble with the railroads this year aboui hauling men o the harvest field, It ia under stood that the Hepburn law pre vents the muking of special ru'os for certain olasses of people. If a low rate (3 made for harvest hands, ic must bo made to apply to everybody. Mr. Gerow does not thind it will bo any more difficult to find men this suasoji than it was a year ago. Hays City sent in to the free employ ment bureau an application for from 25 to 60 men to work in its new cement plant. BIDS FO...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 1 April 1907

w..' Hafrn .Mumii 'ifcmn i' in'wi p ' wwjiHiiitfrsjKti WWfSj The Daily Democrat. (Daily except Sunday.) HEHNDON DUOS., Publishers. Application made for entry at tho Aa- adarko, Okla- postoflko as second class mail matter. ftUUHCHllTION HATKHI Dally, by carrier, per week, 10c Dally, by mail, per year, . M.00 Weekly, by mail, per year $1.00 Docs this morning's killing frost convoy any hint to tho Kopublicun campaign mana gers in connection with their hopes of tomorrow'soleotion? By this time Wednesday those banners streaming out from tho Democratic band wagon will assuredly seem to bo flaunting, or impuden tly waving to tho Tribune editorial staff, while tho pae an of victory from tho Demo cratic bugles will no doubt blow out harshly to their shrinking ears. Democratic Oklahoma Oklahoma is Democratic, not barely Democratic hut very much Democratic. Does Anadarko expect any consideration from a Demo cratic governor and legisla ture? Will shu bo likely to get any if she should be one 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. — 1 April 1907

TT ,l,"Tkr,?rj!w i7?w i K .lection Proclamation , Jw. A. Scott, Mayor of the f of Anadarko, in Caddo ty, Territory of Oklahoma, fts 2lBt day of March 1007, mplianoo with the duty im i upon and by virtue of the )ra vested in mo by law, do by call an eleotion to bo hold id for said city and the sev 'wards thereof, on Tuesday, leoond day of April 1007, for purpose of eleotinc the fol Dg officers in and for said 'and the several wards, towit: or. City Attorney, City Mar , City Clerk, Polico Judge, ot Commissioner, City Trens r. City Assessor and Treasur f tho School Board ond one nber of the City Council and member of thp Board of Edu on in each ward, earth and nil rhom shall hold their offices the term of two years restively. lo voting piaoea in me re ativo wards of said city shall "p follows : ft ward: In office of Missouri 'company lot 4, block 25. id ward: In buildir.g on lot 21 Aock 28. 'vl ward: In building on lot 21 Jlock 35. th ward : Old McCarty build lut 32, block 37. 'ho foll...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 1 April 1907

:.MS3 !' w I 0 w "ST- II H ! fiijjk toned Clothes You will find the HART,SHAFF- NER & MARX Clothes in our store; as good an evidence of our good quality as you can ask. All wool, corredl style, perfect tailoring and a FIT GUARANTEED. Hart, Shaffner & Marx Garments Are Most Handsome Styles, The Prettiest Patterns, The Strongest Values H. S. M. SUITS a BO $22 AND $25.00 Copyright 1906 by !!: SchsfFncr W Marx We are showing the greatest: popular line of Men's and Young Men's Suits -all fhe latest styles Worsteds, Cassimers, Stripe Plaids, Shad-o Plaids and Stripes . ....... $10.00, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00 igh Toned Clothes for Boys No store in town gives as much attention and ser ious thought as we do to the clothing of Boys. Ha ving as we do at all times, not only the largest, but the most varied stock in the city, it is no wonder that this department is, naturally, headquarters for Little Men, Boys and Youths, We're in evidence this year with the finest assortment ever offered...

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