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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 25 January 1907

The Daily Democrat S . '. VOL. I. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, JANUARY 25, 1907. NO, 5, LOCAL INDIAN LORE General Custer and His Celes brated 7th Cavclry Wipes Out Black Kettle's Band of Chcyennes and Arapahocs A few yonrs af tor tho Civil "War, the various bands of Prnirio In diana did their hellish work in murdering defenseless settlers in Kansas and Nebraska, and troops Bent Rgainst thorn wero usually too slow to overtake these roving bands of marauders. Finally, the oomplaints o( murderud sot tiers, captured women, and vast amounts of property destroyed in wagon trains became too loud even for tho Washington politi cians, and something iad to be done. There was one mnn in tho service who was surely to bo de pended upon to do things, that was General fJheridan. And he in his turn picked upon Cusier, the rough rider of tho Shonan doad Valley. The 7th cavalry was orderea from Fort Riley to tuko up tho trail of tho Indians; but even this fine body of men, composed of seasoned v...

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 January 1907

' Anadarko Daily Democrat ANADARKO, OKLA. Agricultural Exports. Tlio calendar your Is closing with ovory Intllcntlon that tho romnrkablc volumo of ox port b will remain at the flood. A bullotln from tho bureau ol statistics at Washington Is tostlmony to this offoct. Tho bullotln deals with tho oxports of dotnostlo broadstuffs, moat nnd dairy products, food animals cotton and mlnoral oils for Novombor nnd for tho 11 months of tho prosont year ended with Novombor. Tho total of tlvoso oxports for November was $105,311,000 ngnlnHt $99,311,000 In 1905. nnd for tho 11 months $788,267,000 comparod with $703,509,000 last yoar. Tho Docombor roturns nro not likely to show any relative docroaso, and the ontlro yoar Is fairly certain to show a Inrga advanco ovor last. Several foaturos of tho bulletin showing com mand Bpoolal Intorost. Though thore was BomothlnB of n falling olT In this class of oxports for the month, our shipments nbrond of moat nnd dairy products nnd of food cnltlo wore $208, ...

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 January 1907

AN IMPORTANT CASE Patlont Cured of Ataxia Gives tht Entire Credit to Dr. William Pink Pills. Mrs. S. C. Wcllock, of 114 Cleveland Avenue, Evorott, Mass., the wife of an employe- In tho government works at Chelsea, says: "I had been troubled with nervous ness for ton years and the dlscaso kept growing on me. Then I learnod that I was suffering from locomotor ataxia. I had torrlblo tremblings In my right leg which would got rigid and when this bappenod In the street I uad to stand still until It passed away to keep from falling. My right arm felt as it a thousand noodles were pricking It. The sheot touching my kneo In bed would nearly cause mo to scream out with pain and both knees wcro so weak I could hardly stand. "I had to use a cano and bo helped about by my son. Then tho pain be gan to settlo In tho calves of my logs and tho musclos became numb and Quivered constantly. Tho cords un der my knees seemed to bo drawn up tight and the terrlblo shooting pains In my legs would nearly dr...

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 January 1907

V Aaacdrko DaJly Democrat. HKHNDON IIUOH,, PUliMniiHIiH. Entered nt the rostoflkc at Anadarko, Oklahoma, ns Second CIbbs Mnil Mntter. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. Daily, by carrier, per week, 10c. By mail, por year, $8.00 Johuy Bull has Iuh Sweotonliiim and Teddy his Bacon, with Bellamy Storor for good incasuro. Will tlio Toxiuib over gob through with that IJailoy investigation, and will ho over hoar tho last of it when they do? the states too, as he said he would in the San Francisco school question? By and by Teddy will bo asked to haul down the American Hag so tho Japs can raise theirs in its place. Iloora for tho Japs and Tod's army and navy; but any, when tho latter two get in motion, Tod'll be in dreamland and there won't bo enough Japs left to lire a tea kettle. Tho Japanese having kicked up a row ovor tho school question in Han Francisco, now resent limiting tho issuance of saloon licenses to Unitod Htntes citizens, which, they sny, is a violation of Japanese treaty rights. Weil, ain...

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. — 31 January 1907

: Daily Democrat VoL. I. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, JANUARY 3 1, 1907. No, 10. Th WHOLESALE MURDER PLOT Anxiety to Kill Entire Family Caused Villian's Game to Be Discovered. Altus, Okla., Jan. 20. Greer county authorities are investi gating an alleged plot to oxter tninate on entire family by pois oning in the vioinity of Hollis, in the extreme west ond of this county. Tho intended victims are W. E. Lamb and his family, consisting of his wife, a boy of 14, a girl of about 13 and two smaller chil dren. Lamb is a well-to-do farmer in that neighborhood and ho and his family aro intelligent, respect able people. The story they tell of tho alleged poisoniug is as fol lows: Tho family were away from homo nearly all day Monday, and on returning in the ovening one of tho little girls started to eat some preserves that were in a dish in tho safe. Sho put a spoonful in her mouth but im mediately spit it out, saying that it was bitter. The father and mother both in vestigated tho preser...

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. — 31 January 1907

cac o" Catholic Church. WW AMBASSADOR FROM MEXICO. Papal Secretary of State. '. MmKm J WfKk "' Enrlquo C. Crool, who has boon nppolntod Mexican ambassador to tlio II I I XJT, MmBsH ' N ',n!Kk '' ' 'J t United States, at prosont holds tlio governorship of tho stato of Chihuahua. Ho mJII V v-v mmmt I ' '"5BR -i '-i 's ()no ' tno wonlthlost mon In tho ropublic and is prosidont of tho Banco Con- Vt:i'.f?,,. V H ns. i ti ..-itifTffiif cVAfosaf. 1 trnl or Mexico Cltv. niul nlsn la cnnlrinnn or tho Aloxlcnn commission on In- "JiS 1 H?--, jt Cvfc)K. tcrnntlonnl exchange. i rw;AV I PHPF PT7 7($ X 1" rrA,K -XI' 1 l'S DARK CUOTH NOT WANTED. WAS WILLING TO PAY. Pruni teroicrft!i, copjililtt. hf Underwood A Underwood, W. Y. Hli Holiness has been mentioned considerable recently In the public print as a result of the dispute In France between the church and government. LATEST CHICAGO SEER Product of Cotton Has Displaced the African Material. Tho Ilrnchystogla troo grows throughout Uganda, portions...

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. — 31 January 1907

1 HARDLY A SUCCESS , THE GRATITUDE OF THE POOR By JOHN WORNE What a clevor girl your dear Mil dred Is!" said Mrs. Gravlor. Mrs. Waroman smiled complncontly, ras ono entitled to soma credit for "How Invnluablo for nn ovonlng party llko this!" "Yes, Indood," said Mrs. Waroman. "I wonder what alio la going to make us do noxt?' Sho had alroady taught them three 'Intellectual games with pencils and Blips of paper. Tho loss Intellectual of tho company woro feeling exhaust ed. "Yos," said Mrs. Waroman, "I shall bo vory sorry to loso hor' "Loso horl" Bald Mrs. Gravler. "DUt whore Is tho dangor?" Thoro Is always dangor," Blghed Mrs. Waroham, with on approving .Blanco la tho direction of Teddy Bland. Mrs. Gravlor followed tho glance. "Oh, I see. That kind of danger. How lntorostlng. And aro they ronlly ' "Not yet," said Mrs. Waroman, low ering her volco. "Not oxactly. Hut ono can always see thoso things com ing, If ono looks out carofully." "Yos, Indood," ngreod Mrs. Gravler. "Of course. And ...

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. — 31 January 1907

1 Democratic Announcements FOR STATE OFFICES For Lloui. Oovornor GEO. HELL AMY. For Trensuror JAMES MKNKFEE For Congress, 2nd Diat GEO. E. ULACK. Tho nowBpapors, which nro tho kconoet etudontsof human nature aro giving a groat doal of spaco to tho Thaw murtlor trial. Tho raots, as wo all know, aro that a roputablo middlo-agod bueinosa rann, tho fathor of a family, was snot uown in com oioou by a moral porvort whoso dogonoraoy has becomo moro and more pro nounocd ovory year by living in luxury that ho had no part in oroating. Thoro is an unoloan sido to this affair, that is oxpoot od to dovolopo in tho trial, thoro foro wo aro to havo columns on oolurans of details. Tho hardest satiorB on tho roading public aro tho unoonsoious onos, suoh aa thosothonowspnpors would novor give spaoo to unsavory stuff, nor tho thoatros to plays built upon moral problomo if thoro was not monoy in it. Celebrated Impersonator and Entertainer Ernest J. Sias Soourod by our Philomatio olub through tho Centra...

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 February 1907

The Daily Democrat. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FEBRUARY 1, 1907. VOL. 1. NO, J J. TO MAKE ROOM FOR. OTHER GOODS Ute&'sZZtSSZ Up Sales and Knock-Down Sales. Now the Old Reliable, Harper . Freclm, will sell you Dry Goods and Shoes a.t Cost for 15 Days. b L FORTHEPUBUC Nearle 1,000,000 Acres of the Rosebvd Agency to be Opened to Settlement Norfolk. Neb., Jan. 31. Tho Daily Nowa raya that Indian in spector James McLaughlin of Washington has just Becurod an agreoment with tho Rosebud Sioux Indians for tho throwing snen bv the federal government of nearly a million a res of land in Trior county, S. L., as soon ns details bo attended to. Major MoLaughlin, who made the treaty with tho Sioux for the govern ment, with purchase of the Greggory "county portion of thoir reservation, which attracted tho Bonoateel rush, was ient west aeveral weeks ago to make a treaty along tho linea of tho Burko bill, and this was accom plished. The Indiana are to re ceive S6 per acre for tho land take...

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 February 1907

V NEED OF NEW BUILDINGS. r. (AMaS W. C. Vandcrhilt Makes Money on French Turf American Millionaire Has Remarka ble Record In Foreign Racing Game. The French racing season finished on November 15, and among the win niiiK owners W. K. Vauderbllt came out away attend, with ii totnl of $215, B80. Tills Is not quite the record of the French turf, but It Is mare than the top notch winning owner In ISng lsnd, America, Austria, Germany, litis Ala, Australia, or anywhere else where horse racing is a recognised sport. The heat record for KngUnd Is $3flU, 290, hy lite dube of Portland In 1881), hut then be had to thank Donovan mid Ayrshire for his success, Regarding Mr. Vanderbllt's winnings Hportlng Life says: "It is remarkable how money always seems to go (o money, hut In ntclng It Is not always the ilcli mnu that Is the most successful. Monoy Is no (;ood unless pluck nnd Judgment go PREMIER RIDER ON Aw Tho first Jockey of the British season was Hlggs, who, out of a total of 680 mounts,' had...

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 February 1907

pmpmWm .VJTH7" m5IGN$ TOR INDOOR If you are going to spend tho entlro l lny at homo It Is obviously oxtrava gant to put on n cloth costumo which, -completo with tho coat, has been de signed for outdoor wear, or to don somo trailing eloganco of velvet, which with fur Jacket does Its duty In your friends' drawing-rooms, or tho club room of your latter-day fancy. It has boon agreed that It Is only to tho matron tho luxurious case of tho tea-gown may bo granted. For lior, of course, tho matter of houso gowns Is simply settled, tjio fabrics to he faco cloth, velveteen, or soft satin, most of tho decoration bolng 'disposed at tho neck or round tho shoulders and taking tho form of a llaco collar or a chiffon and laco vost. Every young girl should possoss herself of an indoor gown of volvcteon, and I would ndvtso for Its host con duct that the bodico bo fashioned in blouso stylo, worn unllncd ovor a tightly-fitting undorbodicc, nnd boltod to comfort through a bucklo, or by moans of bones at...

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 February 1907

V Democratic Announcements FOR STATE OFFICES For Llout. Governor GEO. BKLLAMY. For Treasurer JAMES MKNICFKB For Congrei, 2nd Dint GEO. K. I1LACK. Scaled Bids Bida will bo roooivod at tho offioo of oity olork until -1 o'olook P. M. Poby. 4. 1007 for tho con struation of Uio walks, according to oity ordinauoos on lots, 1, 2, 3, 4, fi, 0, 11, 13, 14, 16, 10, 17, 18. 10, 20, 28, 25, !c 20 in Block 34. Lolal, 11, 12, 1C, in 'Block 35. Lots 8, 4 in Block 37- Lot 1 . Block 2ff. Lots 1 A 2 Block 38. Lota 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0. 7, 8, 0, 15, 10, & 82 in Block 51. J. A. McCami'mcu, City Clork Surety Bunds Tho Rcoco Agonoy, at Ana darko, makes all kindfl of miroty bonds for liquor doalora, city, county and tUato offioors, court officora, lodges, pociotioB, banks, bank omployoos, administrators, guardians, &o. Bonds promptly oxooutcd. Offioo in Citizons National Hank building. Work Harness Buy your work harnoss now whilo you havo plonty of timo - mako a careful eolection. In ordor to get good...

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. — 2 February 1907

Daily Democrjat Vol. i ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FEBRUARY 2, 1907. No, 12. In the last 30 clays the merchants of our town haVa had Clearance Sales, Clean- Up Sales and Knock-Down Sales. Now the Old Reliable, Harper & Freeim, will sell you Dry Goods and Shoes at Cost for 15 Days. Th to'make room for other goods COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS 241 D Eubanks boarding pauper 2413 Harry Brown rep on poor houao 240 Midland ohom co exterminator 217 Charlotte Palmer burinl Boldior 240 J B Farrington cobs o-houso 250 Chria Schlitt bridge labor 10 00 " P & 1 2 75 " sup 13 00 " " 35 00 " P & I 1 00 " sup 37 08 " R & B On motion Board adjourned to moot at 7:30 p. m. The Board mot pursuant to ad journment. Present, C. O. Fish er and A. D. Canon, County Commissioners. Absent, P. A. Doyle, Chairman. Also present, Fremont Boyle, County Clerk. C. O. Fisher, ohairman pro tern. Motion for rehearing in re Ira Daniel applicant for liquor license in the city of Bingor, O- T. vs. V. W. S...

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

SAD YEAR FOR CUPID WAS ONE JUST PAST DOMESTIC JARS FREQUENT AND SEVERE Matrimonial Wrecks Almost Strewn the Shores of Life East in the Number of Eczn Ashed For Chicago. Suroly Now Yonr'fl dny must linvo boon tlio saddest tlint Cn pill ovor has spent When tlio llttlo god balances IiIh books for l'JOG ho will bo compellod to nit down and weep, for tlio Hit of tlio inutrlmonlnl wrecks of tlio year shows nn awful number of disasters. There have boon enough domestic Jura to shake tlio continent worae tlmn the earth quake shook Hnu Francisco, K they all had occurred at one Instant. The tint 3 th.it have been shed would make a salty wen If they could he collected In lln desert basin of Sahara. lii-t'id, It has been a Imd year for Cupid Divorcee lmve been more numerous than In any other twelve niontlm since marriage became an In stitution Prince, dukea, countM, Btatc Hincii, magunlea, and millionaires, butchers, doctors, grocers, luwyera, and lahorura have cotuu to grief In tin lr love nffa...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 2 February 1907

.W ! .SI , Capital Gleanings Interesting Bits of Gossip from Washington Story of Lady Town ley's Part in Retirement of Durand Causes Surprise in Society Circlcj Victory for "Uncle Joe." WASHINGTON. A aonsatlon lias been caused In oniclal nntl social clrclos by tlio publicity glvon to tlio disclosures that tho Jealousy and sarensm of Lady Susan Townloy had a good deal to do with tho retlromont from Washington of British Am bassador Sir Mortimer Durand. In tho Innormost diplomatic clrclos tho Lady Townloy affair has boon known and dlscussod for. somo time Now that It is In print tho gossips aro talking more freely, without disclosing addi tional Incldonts of Intcrost, but confirming Die al most lntolorablo conditions which markod Sir Mortlmor's brlof sojourn at tho capital. Soveral tanglblo reasons aro glvon for his recall. Asldo from tho lnfluonco of Lady Townloy, which Is bollovod to havo been consldornblo. In embarrassing tho tonuro of tho nmbassador, tho British government probabl...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 2 February 1907

FOR STATE OFFICES For Lieut, Governor GEO. H1CLLAMY. For TrMiiuror I J AMUR MKNIGFBB For Congrea, 2nd Dltt GKO. 13. HI.ACK. Scaled Bids IBidB will bo roooivod ht tho offlooof oity olork until -1 o'olook P. M. Foby. -1. 1007 for Ihp con- truotion of ido walks, according to oily ordlnanoos on lots, 1, 2, 8. -1. 6, 0, 11, 13. 11, 16, 10, 17, 18. 19, 20, SW, 2fi, & 20 in Block 84. Lots 1, 11, 12, 16, in Block 86. Lota 8, 4 in Blook 37. Lot 1 Blook 26. Lots 1 A 2 Blook 38. Lota 1, 2, 8, 4, 6, 0, 7, 8, 0, 15, 18, &32in Blook 61. J. A. McCamimirli. City Clerk Insurance Baldwin & GibbB' Agonoy con sists of ton old lino insurance companies, including Iho Contin ental, of Now YorK.nnd tho Con necticut of Hartford. Tho Con tinental's surplus is over sovon toon million dollars. Their loss at San Francisco was nearly two million dollars.and yot thpy wore tho first of all tho companies to completo tho adjustment of thoir Iobbob. This uconoy insures Kigainst fire, lightning and torna d...

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

The Daily Democriat o VOL. J. ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FEBRUARY 4, 1907. NO. 13. TO MAE OOMF In the lasl 30 days the merchants of our town hava had Oonmnrr .SnUs PUnn- Up Sales and Knock-D n 1 XT .1 M 1 T-k 1. 1 1 . .. " . " " ww, .w,,. own Dales. iNow theUId Kehable. MSL.roer (SI rreelin. wi sp vmi Drv CnnHs nnr Srm i r.n w l? n , 4 , ..... ww.. j wv. -" J -WWV.- IA11V.I WUVVU . UW U l7 VKJO, dR. OTHER GOODS F M REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Property Bought and Sold Daily ' Rachael Mack and Riohard to Samuel L Keith part of S X N W 'i 32-7-10 consideration 1075. Fredrick Simpson and Matilda to Wayno Simpson N ' S W H 20-0-22 con. S700. Lorenzo W Frain and Carline to James W Wilson disoription defectivo con. SCO. Elva L. Gallaway and D. G. to Win, II. Divers lot 13 bl 45 Anadarkocon. S900. R P Williams and Emma J to J and Hannah Wagner lots 18 to 21 bl 20 Cement con. S1530. B W Parker and Cyntha J to Willard S. Davis N E 30 0 10 oon S3.500. J W Patterson ank Louis Jano to Mira Wil...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 4 February 1907

BOMB THROWER KILLS CASHIER AND HIMSELF IN PHILADELPHIA BANK f it- - HAVOC BY EXPLOSION. Tho Fourth National Ih tho wealthiest national bank In Phil adelphia. President Uushton Ih tlio lionil nf tho Philadelphia Clearing House association. Steele, tliu bombthrnwor, Is known In CIiIcmko ms an anarchist. When tho demand for money watt refused Steele dropped the lionib at tliu feot of himself and the cashier. lloth tho cashier and tho bomb thrower wore hlnwu to pieces and scattered over tho hank. Tho Intoiior of tho lmnk wns wieekod and inonuy and blood blown ovou out tliu windows. The i)ollco reserves and firemen worn called to prevent looting. I'anlc reigned throughout tho eight-story structure and In the vicinity of tho bank. . Philadelphia. It was Juot 11:10 o'clock, 20 mluiitos before closing tliuo ut tliu Fourth National bank on tho morning of January 15, when a tall, 'dark, unkempt stranger entered the ilmnk corridor from the north corridor lf tho lliil'Ht building. Patrons of th...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 4 February 1907

w '5 10 GREAT WEALTH Railroad Czar Was Aided at the Start ly Ycung Stuy vcsanl F.sh, Whom Later He Ceo. sid from Hijh Pcs'lion. GRAPHIC PEN PICTURE OF FINANCIAL KING Selfishness Is the Trait That Seems to Stand Out Boldest In the Man v For Harrlman First and All the Time One Charity That May Be Oald to Be Near His Heart. New York. Fifty-nine yean ago tins time St. George's church was looking out on Hempstead and the rolling acres of Long Island for miles aiound, as It had been doing since n lay nearly a century and a half be fore when the first Episcopal services were held there and supplication was made to God to preserve and succor n king of England and "Hys Convenor of thys Colony." It stood with that placlduess of qualntness amid Us sur rounding that It weare today, and about Its old rectory was an air of peace which boded well for those It sheltered. Iiut In this month of January, 1818, thero was onu within the shelter of St. George's rectory whose pence was orejy troubled, lie...

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

Tuesday Night Sordon & Bennett's Superb Production of Their Beautiful Romance of Old Mexico. Roval Slave Revi ed R e- written eembelished Prices: $5000 INVESTED IN COSTUMES IMPORTED DIRECT FROM MADRID. Magnificent e New Songs and Dances Characteristic of the Time and Place. A great English Speaking Spanish Cast Headed by Seeor dez dellosselli i inwxxsssxsxiEtZMmNMwmrff R. M. HARRIS & CO. The Relieilble Grocers Carry u complete lino of Staple nnd Fancy Groceries, Frosh'and Cured Meats. Wo Pay the Highest Price for Eggs, Butter and Country Produce. Nothing Is Cheap, Bit TKe Price MILLER'S Furniture, China Ware, Etc. See Those Who Are Closing Out First, THEN COME TO MEH You Will Deal With Me Every Time. QUALITY and QUANTITY ot AT BEST PRICES. Rogers' Feed Store Sec them For Grain, Hay and Feed at Lowest Prices. Custom Grinding Done Every Day In the Week. Highest Market Price Pain for Com, Wood and Country Produce. O. W. ROGERS & SON. '.fiHEBKrasKEX aTsa: gsszramasxisEssmaJi...

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