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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 2 April 1907

ai.'m " The Daily Democrat o. foL. J. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. APRIL 2, 1907. No, 6 3'. V$PPJBPHVF WE SAY TO YOV Careful dressers find us, but have you? Superiority in Dress goes with Stein Bloch smart clothes. They have no equal in Style, workmanship and Quality. It costs you nothing to let Mr. Tanner show you the late styles and how you you look in the most Up-to-date cloth ing made You know then what to look for in others. Prices $15-00 t0 $3Q.OO MBwi,iikimu Lisagaa TO 'gyr,,, -1-CtMgVlnj,.,, i-u. li i W) Fit, The Sale of the Pasture Towns i tetsoa Mart's 1907 Styles Stiff and Soft in All New Shapes &e Fair Uep't Store LOCAL NOTES J CfD C. H. Kamra is in El Reno to ny. B. Siegel of Enid is visiting in io city today. Win. Sohoonvon is a visitor in ookeba today. S. S. Arn is a business visitor l Chiokasha today. Logan Billingsley is a business isitor in Fort Cobb today. Attorney Carl Glitsoh is in the ity on a short businoss visit. S. R. Kock returned to hia omo in Law...

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 April 1907

The Daily Democrat. (Dally except Sunday.) i HERNDON UROS., Publishers. Application mado for entry at the Aa- ntlarko, Oklai pogtofllco as second class mail matter. HUIIHCUIITION. HATICHI Dally, by carrier, per week, .. . . 10c Daily, by mail, ner year, 13.00 Weekly, by mail, per year, .. . . 1.00 The last day of tho city political madness. Also our monthly bills fall due. OoodnesHH gracious!!! The Election Results Whatever bo tho outcome of today's election, wo think wo may reat easy, as good men men above tho aver ago party nominees, wore on both tickets. Whilo we prefer to see tho Democrats win, wo do not set partizan ry up as tho biggest thing in life, and tho Democrat ex pects to keep plugging away for tho good of the city and its own sweet self regardless of whether tho city is Demo cratic or Republican. Wo have told nearly all tho boys on our ticket that wo expect to ride- their necks some should they dowrongand to applaud well doing, in case they are elected. We did not go i...

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 April 1907

m "'A "Messenger Bttfv "& the attraction at tho , Kinney opera house last Tuesday niglit and a larjo audienoe -waa preBont to witnoea tho produotion, which waa tho best that has appeared in Memphis this season. Geo. D. Sweet in thb title role, C- P. Coast aa tho Count Cordina, and MIbb Beatrice Terry as Roxy, the waif, bocemo favoriteB with tho audienoe by their excellent act ing. Mias Terry possesses a beautiful soprano voice and her vooal numbers were well receiv ed by the uudience. Tho re mainder of the company was capable and tho audience was well pleased with tho show. MemphiaTimeB. Will oe at the opora houso Wednesday April 3. SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anadarko, Okla., Deo. 3, '00 Schedule op Inheiuted Indi an Lands listed at Kiowa Indian Agoncy, Oklahoma, for sale un der the Amended rules of tho Se cretary of tho Interior ated Oo tuber 2, 1002. for tho conveyance of Inherited land under tho pro visions of tho Act of Congress approved May 27, 1002. Bids for tho lands ...

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 April 1907

The Oijportunity 95,000 acres in the "Garden Spot of the World," is now being opened up lo the American People. DR. CHAS. F. SIMMONS' Atascosa. County (Texas) Ranch now on tho Market. Opportunities like this seldom occur. $210, payable $10 per month, without inter est, buys two lots for a home or business in town and a farm of from a io-acrc truck larm to a 640-acre farm in balmy South Texas. President ltooaevelt said: "TEXA8 18 THE GARDEN 8P0T OF rt, THE LORD." Investigation will show Hint tliln 96,000 acres coiunrlsog one of tho finest bottle, of Agricultural mul Truck Farming land In tho ontlro Htatu. cointnoncltur. about 3G lnllos "."' " ui ? """ Miiutii of Han Antonio, and uuom iwo miles Bouth of I'limuniiton (tho county . ut of Atascosa County), and ex nf McMuIlen CouiiMob, to within 17 inllus of my CO.OOOncro LIvo Onk County Ilanch, which I In four months liiNt year sold to 4,000 Homo Seokors, on liberal terms, without Interest on iiuf.n-n.fi niivmniiiii. wiiinii pIvoo im ' p...

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. — 3 April 1907

W 'A ' it)') It V' U '. ' '' " ' -I The Daily Democrat ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. APRIL 3, 1907. No, 64. 1. WE SAY TO YOV -ml M 4 lti? il'B,',t,tftiriiii urn mi m Careful dressers find us, but have Superiority in Dress goes with Stein Bloch smart clothes. They have no equal in Style, Fit, Workmanship and Quality. It cosls you nothing to let Mr. Tanner show you the late styles and how you you look in the most Up-to-date cloth ing made You know then what to look for in others. Prices $15-00 to $30-00 REPUBLICAN VICTORY McCampbell, Democratic Candidate For Clerk, Pulls Through 509 VOTES CAST FOR. MAYOR Weather Forecast Washington, April 2. Forof oast: Oklahoma and Indian Terri tory Wednesday, partly cloudy. OTHER TOWNS Out of a Total Registration of 634 -School Board Vote Not Given Sweeping At Democratic Victory Oklahoma City teisoi Hods 1907 Styles Stiff and Soft in All New Shapes THE VOTE COMPLETE BY WARDS The eleotion today brought out a light voto in spite of the gen eral in...

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. — 3 April 1907

--- V tHfi The Daily Democrat. (Dnlly except Sunday.) 1 i " VUr IJOm UUIIOIIUID. V A rlt Itrt tnmtn nntnf f ilin Afti pttafko, Okla-- poatofllce as second ' ' class mail matter. HUIIMCHIITION IIATKHI Daily, by carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year, $1.00 The Independent Voter Tho iniin who studios the vote will readily see that no party can go into an elec tion in tho city with any certainty as to tho result. An inspection of the ballots would show a surprising number of scratches, indi cating that thonum is voted for instead of tho party. Tho Democrat and tho Tribune, beinu- party organs, have stood by their guns as they must, but tho result is rather a stultification of partisanry in this town. Anadarko has had one re publican administration, a lurid one, and many mixed governments. It has gener ally been democratic in hot ly contested lights. Tho Anadarko voter wears no brass collar. JIo votes ns ho d pleases, and not as tho party boss w...

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. — 3 April 1907

' 'A'fTno-er ov'' waa The S attraction at the .Kinnfcy orqta ' y(JdttlaBtvTue8dnVn.!ght.opaft IRrgO BuaiOUOO li) yroooui. iu witness the produotion, which was tho best that has appoared in Moraphie thie sen eon. Geo. D. Sweet in the title rolo, C. P. Coast as the Count Cordina, and Mies Beatrice Terry an Roxy, tho waif, became favorites with tho audience by their excellent act ing. Miaa Terry possesses a beautiful soprano voice and her vocal numbers were well receiv od by tho audience. Tho re mainder of tho company was oapablo and the audience was well pleased with tho show. Memphis Times. Will oo at the opera houro Wednesday April 3. SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anadarko, Okla.. Deo. 3, '00 Schedule of Inherited Indi an Lands listed at Kiowa Indian Agency, Oklahuma, for sale un der tho Amonded rules of tho Se cretary of tho Interior dated Oc tober 2, 1802. for the conveyance of Inherited land under the pro visions of the Act of Congress approved May 27, 1002. Bids for the lands 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. — 3 April 1907

.. I... V'i'n si r:-:f TlieOpportunity of a Life-Time 95,000 acres in the "Garden Spot of the World," is now being opened up to the American People. DR. CHAS. F. SIMMONS' Atascosa County (Texas) Ranch now on tho Market. Opportunities like this seldom occur. $210, payable $10 per month, without inter est, buys two lots for a home or business in town and a farm of from a io-acrc truck farm to a 640-acrc farm in balmy South Texas. President Hoosovclt said: "TEXA8 13 THE GARDEN SPOT OF fe THE LORD." Investigation wilt show that tills 96,000 ncres comprises one of tho finest Irodloi of ABrlcultural and Truck Farming land In tho entire state, commencing about 3G miles "Potatoes from $60.00 to $1G0.00. "Onions from $1G0.00 to $800.00. "Tabasco Peppers from $500.00 to $900.00 per aero. 1 Tho Chicago nocord-IIorald pub lished tho following- Individual ex pcrloncos In South Texas. 1 "Men who catno here with $500 and $C00 u tow yearn ago are now lnda Houth of San Antonio, nnd about two j)trn(o...

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 April 1907

f The Daily Democrat f VoL. l. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, APRIL 4. 1907 No, 65. ... Corrotly Dressed People ... Change their dress with tho season; tnko nature as your guide and ,vou will go right. Spring and summer when the weather is balmy and warm is the time for visits, for drives, for picnic; is the time when young men and young ladies, hoys and girls, and oven older folks, have the most pleasant meetings; want to look thoir host and they have then their best opportunities to show off good clothes. So in spring you ought to be most particular, that you got the bust fitting duds, the most becoming hats, the right thing in footwear We do not think, like a great many storekeepers, that anything will do, just, so our customers will buy it. Dressing people is a line art with us. Wo take a pride in having people say, like wo hoar most any day, when they see an extra well dressed man or extra perfect gowned womai or an unusually swell hat on a lady. Trine-v- jVExjtst TTireidLe ...

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 April 1907

PfP?PJ7w V. I 9 THEBESTPRESSEDMAN Some men always look well dressed; their clothes keep in order no matter how much or how long they're worn. That's our Hart, Schaffner & Marx idea; thats the kind of clothes we offer you here. All wool, tailored right, fit right, priced right. The Daily Democrat, e (Daily except Sunday.) M HERNDON BROS., Publishers. Application made for entry at the Aa- adarko, Okla- postoflice as second class mail matter. HLII'SCmiTION IIATKHI Dally, by carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year, $1.00 II. S. & M. SUITS $16.50, $18.50, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 -pj r 5 1, i t I 906 by Hsrt Schaffner W Marx Our Furnishing, Hat and Shoe department is now all complete. We call your attention to our new styles in collars in quarter sizes. Good ClotHos t o r s miTBgg II L L II IH liwTffrilpr.?" 1: to the 07 Excursions aciiic Coast s $ 25 30 1 50 62.50 Diogo, San Franoisoo, oto. Ono-way tickota sold Good in tourist sleepers on p...

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 April 1907

PfmrsTfKfpw TlTiTliMM'iT'" " W1.- Mll "A Messenger Boy" was the attraction at tho Kinney opera house last Tuesday night and a largo audienoo was present to witno'88 tho produotion, whioh was tho best that has appeared in Memphis this Reason. Geo. D. Sweet in the title rolo, C. P. Coast as tho Count Cordina, and Miss Beatrioo Terry as Roxy, tho waif, b.e?mo favorites with the audienoo by their excellent act ing. Mids Terry possesses a beautiful soprano voice and her vocal numbers wero well receiv ed by tho audience. Tho re mainder of tho company was capable and tho audienoo was well pleased with tho show. Memphis Times. Will do at tho opera houso Wednesday April 3. 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 tho Amended rules of tho Se cretary of the Interior dated Oc tober 2; 1002. for tho conveyance of Inherited land under tho pro visions of tho Act of Congress approved May...

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 April 1907

WHY NOT Take Your Ease? A BOOK and A HAMMOCK YOU GET BOTH AT THE Pioneer Drugstore The Visit of Alralfa Bill Last night, tho onstbound pas senger brought uh W. II. Murray, prosident of tho constitutional convention, and C- II. Pitlnian, who bo aoiontifioully arrnngod tho senatorial and ropresontath t dis triois that our republican friends are practically shut out of tint legiahtture for ull future lime. Mr. Murray informa ua that ho ie h cttndidhte for nothing, and thinks he will nuke u good one. Mr. Phttaiin ii hero in tho inter oat of his candidacy for corpora tion commissioner. Tho intention was for Mr. Murray to dolivur an address up on the constitution, which ho is peculiarly fitted to explain. But Mr. Murray "ia not acquainted in Anadarko and did not know whom to communicate with. His train was late lust night, and so it came about unintentionally, that Mr. Muriay came into the city under about the most un favorable conditions that ono could well moot. Yo oditor wont down to t...

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. — 5 April 1907

1fV' r W: SP The Daily Democrat I Vol. i. ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, APRIL 5, 1307. No, 66. XS3BSSX. URGED TO MAKE LAST PROOF NO WALK-OUT WE SAY TO YOV SEES "PLOT" IN THE WEST PRESIDENT Bhe Fair J LOCAL NOTES J M. A. Urquhart ia a visitor in ChickuBha today. Od Main is a businos?8 visitor ' in Ft. Cobb today. Jim Sohrador is serving sub poenas in Hinton today. Atty C. II. Carswell is making ' political modioino in Apaoho to day. Mrs. H. B. Mitohell i8 enjoying a visit from her sistes, of El Rono. Mrs. Dr. Lee, of Oklahoma City, is in the city today thoguoBt of Mrs. J. Sohrador. Mrs. M.Preston loft this morn ing for Sibony where she will visit for several days. Miss Mae and Lulu Gasper wont to Apaoho this morning where they will viBit for several days. J. T. Bell who has been in the oity for soveral days returned this mo'Tiing to his home in Graoemont. W. W. Vaughan went to Hydro this morning to work on some legal matters in a oas'e be fore the Justice of the Peace. Mrs, Cald...

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. — 5 April 1907

THEBESTDRESSEDMAN Some men always look Well dressed; their clothes keep in order no matter how much or how long they're worn. yrr m- ' JiffllW.,V HK-ZK I JH WarSKAwll 7WB That's our Hart, Schaffner & Marx idea; thats the kind of clothes we offer you here. All wool, tailored right, fit right, priced right. The Daily Democrat. (Dally cxccpt.Sunday.) HERNDOty I3R09., Publishers. Application made for entry at the Aa- adarko, Okla- poctofTlcc as second class mail matter. HUUSCHIITION HATl'.HI Daily, by carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year, $1.00 II. S. & M. SUITS $16.50, $18.50, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 (JirjjfcH. 'f- ; Copyright l '"6 by Hart Schaffner W Marx Our Furnishing, Shoe Department complete. Hat and is now We call your attention to our new styles in collars in quarter sizes. YOVN GHEIM Good GlotHes Store ?grrg-Tm.nr,,.i.w uj nr-aBSftrrsmMM cr'jUMTH 1. iWJhMUm, rrpvT.fff.wa w!,-1 w Lin gmarga 1907 Excursions Pacific Coast to the ...

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. — 5 April 1907

U ji fA TTom Aallqaftilu. ITavnc, PI. n n thk tthirflritY ill Pennsylvania, went wllh fief nQsbintJ ta 1898 to Atlatlo Turkey, whore tnej liipent fltUen months In msklng ex !TatIoni on the site of Calveh, tht , oldest elf known to man. She was ' tte only white woman whom the peo , (rle of her locality had ever seon. They regarded her at first with awe, but Absequantly became deToted to ha; protoctloti and comfort. A Qrertt ftnrtrnlr. The greatest surrender In the an ,nals of warfare was that of MeU, on October 27, 1S79. As a fortified plact Met, with Its surrounding- forts. wai practically Impregnable, but bad gen eralship permitted, It to bo completely surrounded and cut off. The surrender Included three field marshals, slxty-slx generals, 0,000 officers of lower degree over 400 guns, 100 motrallleuscs, near Yf sixty standards and 173,000 rank and file. SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anndarko, Okla., Deo. 3, '06 Schedule op Inherited Indi an Lands listed at Kiowa Indian Agency, Okl...

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. — 5 April 1907

T i WATER FROM WELLS TO AID IN DRY FARMING I i Necessity of .Reserve Water Supply to Pr.vent Periodic Failure By Elwood Mead, Chief of Irrigation Brighten Your Home i WITH A NEW PIECE OF FURNITURE FROM MILLER'S J , CPEPIU C 1 1 IJ On Matting for April. Sae our large line 1 Jl CvlAL oAUu 0fnewKua,Axmin3ter, Velvet, Brussels, n?r.i n. An siuiros an l virneu. iihihikmuihuik ' " . LINOLEUM und OIL CLOTH in AnaJarko : J; DECORATED DINNER SETS $3.75. MILLER FURNITURE and CHINA STORE at 'J ffiiwjii.i'iiiwwriiiiiiiM Farrington's Feed and SeedStore Large Stock of Now 0 anion and Field Seed Juflt in. All kinds of Garden Seed Alfalfa Seed, lied Clover, White Clo ver, Hlno CrasH, Timothy, Knno, Hromis Inormis, Watormelon seed by the bu shel. A lino assortment of the finest Seed Corn, that grows, Slock and Poul try feed. Flower seed and bulbs, also orders taken for cut flowers. C. H. CLARY Mjjr. 40 , SU1U3TY OX llONDS THOSE who are required to give Honda in positions of trust, and who desire to ...

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. — 6 April 1907

The Daily Democrat ? t . VoL. i. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. APRIL 6, 190T. NO, 67. TOWN LOTS AT PUBLIC AUCTION DEATH IN STORM'S WAKE WE SAY TO YOV Weather Forecast Washington, April 5. Fore cast: Oklahoma and Indian Terri torySaturday, fair tho lots are sold or offered for salo. Each purchaser at thd time of 11 4 VH I n 2& Fair Dep't LOCAL NOTES J H. M. Tilton iB visiting in Law ton today. J. C. StevenB it visiting friends in tho oity today. W. J.Caughey came in last night from Oklahoma City. E. D. Snodgrass is spending a fow days on his farm near Law ton. Miss Lulu Miller is spending a few days with friends in Geroni mo. H. B. Lookett returned from a Bhort buBinoe trip to Hydro laBt night. Lloyd Heflin.court stenograph er, oamo up from Lawton this morning. Illustrated Lecture and illus trated songs at the M.E. church Monday night. Fred Roy Ziller, who has been iu tho city the past fow days, re turned to Enid last night. Mrs. Junius Oldham left this morning for Hobart to ...

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. — 6 April 1907

" '' ";w wypi imwrnyjinw 4 ,y THE BEST DESEK M Atf Some men always look well dressed; their clothes keep in order no matter how much or how long they're worn. That's our Hart, Schaffner & Marx idea; thats the kind of clothes we offer you here. All wool, tailored right, fit right, priced right. ii. s. & M. SUITS $16.50, $18.50, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 Copyright igr6 by Hart Schaflncr W Marx Our Furnishing, Hat and Shoe Department is now complete. We call your attention to our new styles in collars in quarter sizes. YOVNGHEIMS The Daily Democrat. (Daily except Sunday I Good Clothes Store. I - HPBBimHIMBfcHMM1BMMBiMn n HsTM f ttTi BJBahL 1907 Excursions to the Pacific Coast 25 30 50 62.50 To California. Points. L09 Angolos, San Diogo, San Franoiaco, eto. One-way tickets Bold daily until April 30. Good in tourist sleepers on payment of berth rate. To North Pacific Coast. Portland, Taooma, Seattle, Viotoria, Vancouver. Ono-way tickete sold daily until April 30. Tho Rook Island off...

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. — 6 April 1907

H'-WI . .'Tfw' m w v ypfvwr':r 1 -r Mm. Hayww, wife of Prof. Job 3 Ilaynee, Ph. D., of the Unlver-tty ol Pennsylvania, went with her husband U 1898 to Aslatle Turkoy. whore the ... rt..n montha In making ex pyVUb jfcwwi i .-- - - earatlons on the site ol uajTea, w eldest elf known to man. She wm the only white woman whom the peo ple of her locality had ever eon. The; tegarded her at Orst with awe. hut bequently became devoted to Mr protection and comfort. A Orem nrrnrtr. The greatest surrender Id the an- nals of warfare was that or Meti. on October 27, 1879. As a fortlued pla Metz, with Its surrounding forts. wa ..... , .t.i hnt bad Ken practical ly iinin.-R""w .,,! eralshlp permitted It to be eonpWri surrounded and cut on. ia ""'"-" Included throo field marshals. iiy-su Kencrals. 6,000 officer, of lower degree Tver Wguns. 100 metralllcus near ly sixty standard and 173.00O ran and file. Bhe Crushed Granite Go., CRUSHED GRANITE FOR BALLAST, Street and Cement Work. AgenU For The HATHA...

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. — 6 April 1907

i r '""'"iiiWiiWi'y ir 'BftpfPjur?'1 $if VPVnWfOiW- l .r'aWM.jw ium liiVjKliikMIJ l i I fT- .- .-.-..MA Don't Let the Burdock Go to Seed COMING WITH m CHILDREN'S SATURNALIA - GLORIOOREVELS IN FAIRYLAND 5v5vt -A $$$nh Sir I J .-J Banners Flying Wonderland Transplanted Here Two Bi, Overwhelming Genlry Pcrformjinccs.Rain or Shine AT ANADARKO THURSDAY, APRIL lltli. Rarest andxMost Remarkable Exhibition of AH Time! GENTRY BROS FAMOUS SHOWS Royally and Radiantly Reinforced by the Original, Historic MRS. GENERAL. TOM THUMB "77 CounltsJ of Njvrl," wMA Count tnd Rtron hUgrl Greatest Combibation of Supreme Sensations Ever Seen 500 VLTHA-MAR.VELOVS ANIMAL ACTOHS 500 Equtnos, Canines, Monkeys, Goats, Pigs, Secen and Elephants that Charm, Thrill nnd Dazzlo by Thoir Almost Human Intelligence. BIG KNOCKOUT, WHIRLWIND, VOLCANIC FEATURE Acts THE MONKEY RAILROAD PYRAMID OF FORTY PONIES TWELVE MUSICAL PONIES MONKEY TRAPEZE ARTISTS DOG and MONKEY ACROBATS SIXTEEN MILITARY PONIES THE OKABE IMPERIAL JAPA...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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