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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 8 April 1907

Democrat. 1 e VoL. l. ANADAR.KO, CADDO ColNTY, OKLAHOMA, APRIL 6, 1907. NO, 66. FOR Weather Forecast Washington, Arril 8. Foro oast: Oklahoma and Indian Terri toryTuesday, fair and cooler. FLYNN TO WE SAY TO YOV MOTHER'SSAKE" J" A VI Daily i ne HS WASHINGTON & Careful dressers find us, but, have .you? . Superiority in Dress goes with Stein Bloch smart clothes. They have no equal in Style, Fit, 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 to $30-00 Judge Gilletto Gives a Youth Convicted Of Manslaughter Two Years Stetson Hscts 1907 Styles Stiff aend Soft in All New Shapes &s. Fair Dep't Store I18 Ih LOCAL NOTES T CrD J. T. Hill returned last night ora a snore oustnoBs trip to hiokasha. Ed Bitsoho was a business sitor in tbe oity yesterday from hiokasha. H. C. Hibba returned last ev- tag from a short buainesB trip Chiokas...

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. — 8 April 1907

1 II f lll 1,l III -r "mtn ''!, n i m The Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) HEKNDONUROS., Publishers. Application made for entry at the Aa ndarko, Okla- postofnee ns second class mail matter. HiniHCHIITION HATHHI Daily, t j carrier, per week, 10c Dally, by mail, per year, $3.00 Wckly, by mail, per year, ?1.00 Stephens for Register of Deeds In its proper place will bo found the announcement of J. T. Stephens, of Boise, as candidate for the ollico of register of deeds, subject to the action of the democratic primary. Mr. Stephens is a Missouri democrat of the life long variety, and has re sided in Caddo county since the opening. Mr. Stephens is a farmer of Swan Lake township and has served his party as township commit teeman and tho county as township trustee, lie is well and favorably known in tho county and if elected promises that kind of a nomination that will reflect credit upon tho party. Mr. Stephens is a graduate of Daley's Morchnntilo Col lego of Keokuk, Iowa, and is well...

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. — 8 April 1907

"'p-ff111'"1-' W" Mm. Hayoea. Vrlfe bf Prof. John & Haynea, Ph. D., of the UnlvereUy ol Pennsylvania, went with her husband t 1893 to Asiatic Turkey, whore they jpent fifteen months In making ex cavations on the slto of Calreh, the oldest elf Xnuwn to man. he was Uie only white woman whom the peo ple of her locality had erer seen. They yegardod her at first with awe, but VabBequently beenrao devoted to kv protection and comfort. X Oreitt Hnrrrnclvr. The greatest surrender Id the an nals of warfare was that of Metx, on October 27, 1879. As a fortified pla Metx, with Its surrounding forts, ww practically Impregnable, but bad gen eralship permitted It to bo completely surrounded and cut off. Tbe surrender Included Ihreo Held marshals, slxiy-sli generals, 6,000 officers of lower degree over 400 guns, 100 metrallleuBcs, near ly sixty standards and 173,000 ran and fllo. SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anadarko, Okla., Deo. 3, '00 Schedule op .Inherited Indi an Lands listod at Kiowa Ind...

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. — 8 April 1907

nn i ii "''WW"""'' ' .'fjBtifflfUVp Training Future Millionaire, COMING, WITH me children's saturnalia GLORIOUS REVELS IH Of Much Importance That the Boy Who Will Inherit Banners Flying Wonderland TranspFanted Here -tri Vast Wealth Should Know the Value of Money Wise Mother Imparts Sense of Responsibility, t ..in i nBHIitTi IF' ' -"I nPV7n9nB " 1 :nn"Hrj0fltfrr - rv . -. I!1 vix v-lnw t ?, Two Bijj, Overwhelming Gcnlry Pet forma-nces, Rain, or Shine AT ANADARKO THURSDAY, APRIL Uth. Rarest andMost Remarkable Exhibition of AH Time! GENTRY BROS.' FAMOUS SHOWS Royally and Radiantly Reinforced by the Original, Historic MRS. GENERAL TOM THUMB "The Counltu of Mjgrt," vrttH Count nj Huron Mjjrt Greatest Combibalion of Supreme Sensations Ever Seen 500 VLTIIA-MAR.VELOVS ANIMAL ACTORS 5O0 Equine, Cnnines, Monkeys, Goats, Pigs, Seoeii and Elephants that Charm, Thril! and Dazzle by Their Almost Human Intelligence. BIG KNOCKOUT, WHIRLWIND, VOLCANIC FEATURE Acts THE MONKEY UAILKOAD I'YUAMN) OF FOR...

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. — 9 April 1907

rMp-i. f" TV The Daily Democrat 4i VoL. i. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, APRIL 9, 1907. NO, 69. THE NEW AD Weather Forecast Washington, April 0. Fore cast: Oklahoma and Indian Torri tory Wednesday, fair and warm er. PAPERS' REFUSAL CLOSE SALOONS WE SAY TO YOV MINISTRATION Careful dressers find us, but have you? Superiority in Dress goes with Stein Bloch smart clothes. They have no equal in Style, Fit, 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 $30-00 r Stetson H&ts 1907 Styles . Stiff and Soft in All New Shapes Fair Dep't Store Saviors of the City Get Busy Economy at any Cost, and Start Out With Lawsuit Proceeding of Payne County to Be All "Dry" DistllCt Court Cannot Secure License it LOCAL NOTES t m, S. Arn is making a business p to Lookoba today. !E. B. Wilcox is transacting tsinesB in Carnegie today. Hiawatha ...

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. — 9 April 1907

1 , mi .r.iMniWJir ynyi.i r.i nniIVjil'iiii'iKiti. . The Daily Democrat. (Dally except Sunday.) HERNDON BROS., gubllMibre. Application made for entry at tho Aa- ndarko, Okla- postofllco as second class mall matter. HIJIIHCIIIITION IIATKHI Daily, I J carrier, per week, .. .10c Daily, by mall, per year, J.OO Weekly, by mail, per year, . . . . $1.00 A Practical Charity AVhilo wo woro at tho jai Sunday, wo noticed a fow not too ninny periodicals and papers in the cage whore the prisoners are kept, and everyone of them bore marks of much use. It costs one no money nor much trouble to carry down their old mnguzines and storybooks that stack up in a man's house, and at tho same time many a tedious hour is cut out of tho jail term. Wo luivo nothing to sny in regard to tho proposition that a man is not put in jail to have a good lazy time with a whole plenty of maga zines and weekly periodicals to help the vacation along. If people do wrong, they ought to pay tho penalty therefor. Hut the pa...

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. — 9 April 1907

. 9mvqiwwwiwmtr&! .t- 'T"1 fr'r t M A 1Tmhi Ale.afta. Hri. Kayaea. wife of' Prof. Johw- Haynea. Ph. D., of the' University ou Pennsylvania. Went with her husband la 1191 to Asiatic Turkey, where they 39nt fifteen months la making ex cavations on the site of Calveh, tht ldest dU known to Ban, Bha was the only white woman whom the peo ple of her locality bad ever no. The; Kgarded her at first with awe. but subsequently became devoted to kec protection and romforu A arHt 8nrrrnrtr. The greatest surrender In the an call of warfare was that of Meti, on October 27, 1879. As a fortified plac Metx, with Its surrounding- forts, wm practically Impregnable, but bad gen eralship permitted It to bo completely surrounded and cut off. The eurronder Included Ihreo field marshals, Blxty-lx rencrals, 6,000 officers of lower degree OTcr 400 guns, 100 metrallleusos. near ly sixty standards and 173,000 ranV and flic. SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anadarko, Okla., Doo. 3, '00 Schedule of Inherited I...

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. — 9 April 1907

COMING WITH Sfo CHILDREN'S SATURNALIA .- GLORIOUS REVELS IN FAIRYLAND hie IB Flying Wonderland fransplanted Here Two Bi, Overwhelming Gentry Pcrforma.nccs.RaiA or Shine AT ANADARKO THURSDAY, APRIL lltli. Rarest and Most Remarkable Exhibition of All Time! GENTRY BROS.' FAMOUS SHOWS Royally and Radiantly Reinforced by the Original, Historic MRS. GENERAL. TOM THUMB "Tht Counltsj of Mjgrt," vitth Count 1 fl-iwi Nirt Greatest Combibation of Supreme Sensations Ever Seen 500 VLTR.A-MAR.VELOVS ANIMAL ACTOR.S 5O0 Equine. Cnnines, Monkcyii, Goats, Pigs, Seeep nntl Elephants that Charm, Thril! nnd Dnzzlo by Their Almost Human Intelligence. BIG KNOCKOUT, WHIRLWIND, VOLCANIC FEATURE Acts THE MONKEY KAILKOAD PYRAMID OF FORTY PONIES TWELVE MUSICAL PONIES MONKEY TRAPEZE ARTISTS DOG and MONKEY ACROHATS SIXTEEN MILITARY PONIES THE OKABE IMPERIAL JAPANESE 'TROUPE G ALEUTS MARVELOUS jj iiamnrv Clowns, Acrobats, Equilibrist & Autocrat AlKlr.tcs Sighta, Scene and Sensations that can nowhere else bo 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. — 10 April 1907

m otti i .C Daily Democrat VoL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, APRIL 10. 1907. NO, 70. IBT3SUW W-,y ; 'WfiT.mp 'UTyiiai-Trt "(pwS " - - I t The DEMOCRATIC Weather Forecast Washington, April 10. -Fore-onBt: Oklahoma and Indian Terri tory Thursday,fair and warmer. frionds of these young people in ELECTION WE SAY TO YOV COUNTY COM, BOARD ILLEGAL a 'V MiBVirvi - &zl Fair Bep't r inPAl MOTPR 0. W. Rogers is in Graoemont today on business. E. Taylor returned to the city Loday from Chiokasha. A square deal for all at J. O Williams Farmers' Grocery, 70 t, Goo. Burnsides and family, of lament, spent yesterday in the iy. Attorney M. Briatow returned ,) thcity from Apaohe last ey ning. W. W. Waterman, cashier of Bridgeport State Bank, is in Uy today. , t. Utterbaok, of Cement, , i through the city this ,iing enroute to Binjrer. W. P. Deitrioh and family re- lurnod from a Bhort visit to Jhiokasba on last evening's Irain. Hon. P. M. Bailey, who has been in the oity in the interest of h...

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. — 10 April 1907

1 i r i m ii m, j. n tmr'Y TTfitnrl- The Daily Democrat. (Dally except Sunday.) HEHNDONIBROS., Publishers. Application made for entry at tho Aa- ndarko, Okla- postofllco as second class mail matter. HCIlHCIlll'lION HATKHI Dally, ij carrier, per week, 10c Dally, by mail, per year, . . $3.00 WeeKly, by mail, per year, $1.00 Mencfce tor State Treasurer Tho Caddo county demo cracy took occasion to ex press through its county committee, Monday, its feel ing in regard to tho candi dacy of tho Hon. James A. Monofoo for state treasurer. Any editorial attempt to add to this commendation would bo lilo smoothing tho ico, gilding refined gold, or painting tho lily. It may bo stated however, that Caddo county is much interested in Mr. Menefeoand his plucKy and onorgotic campaign. She wants her sons to bo known in the land and is pleased to commend thnni to her sister counties. Low Turner, in his campaign for U. S. senator, is circular izing the two territories with "A word from back hoine." Cadd...

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. — 10 April 1907

WfW-t'ff ' Mrs. Haynei, wife of Prof. Johw B Haynts, Ph. D., of the University ol Pennsylvania, went with her hturtaad fal 1898 to Asiatic Turkcjr, whore the) itysnt fifteen months In making ex CATtttoni on the site of Calveh, the eldest elf known to man. She wai the only white woman whom the poo lo of her locality bad ever seen. The; regarded her at flnt with awe, but IWbwquontly became devoted to hee protection and comfort. A Or ftarrtnr. The greatest surrender Id the an nals of warfare was that of Mctx, on October 27, 1879. As a fortified plact Metx, with Its surrounding forts, wai practically Impregnable, but bad gen eralshlp permitted It to bo completely surrounded and cut off. The surrender Included Ihreo field marshals, Blxly-slj generals, 6,000 officers of lower degree over 400 guns, 100 metrnllleuscs. near- ly sixty standards and 173,000 ranV and fllo. SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anadarko, Okla., Deo. 3, '00 Schedule op Inheiuted 1ndi an Lands listed nt Kiowa Indian Ageu...

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. — 10 April 1907

1 --t -H-t r . H V COMING WITH 5A? - GLORIOUS REVELS 1H FAIRYLAND Banners Flying Wonderland Transplanted Here. Two U, Overwhelming Gentry AT ANADARKO THURSDAY, APRIL llth. Rarest andNost Rcmtvrkable Exhibition of All Time! GENTRY BROS.' FAMOUS SHOWS Royally and Radiantly Reinforced by the Original, Historic 8 MRS. GENERAL "TOM "THUMB "77 Cmnltsj of Uirt," with Count jnJ Djwm Mifft Greatest Combibatioii of Supreme Sensations Ever Seen 500 VLTR.A-MAR.VELOUS ANIMAL ACTOR.S 5O0 Equlnos, Canines, Monkeys, GonU, Tigs, Scoop and Elephants Hint Charm, Tlirll! am! Dazzle by Their Almost Human Intelligence. BIO KNOCKOUT, WHIRLWIND, Y0LCAN1C 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 JAPANESE TROUPE GALET1T5 MAHVELOVS TRAINED MONKEYS Human Clowns, Acrobats, Equilibrist & Autocrat Athletes Sights, Scenes and Sensations that can nowhere else bo seen. The Greatest Ever...

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. — 11 April 1907

The Daily Democra r. VoL. 1 ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, APRIL 11. 1907. NO, 71. m.iwwrr'mm.vAWMVJ.JawTrVHiejMiKvf.iw."..U!Mm$Jaxx 1 one m a f ...f o n... & Best Goods - Largest Assortment - Lowest Prices WE UNDERSELL THEM ALL! e1 CLOTHING Ours is the high grade quality. No sweat-shop manu facture, which may carry the germs of any kind of disease to your house, in our store. Stein Blocli Co's, A.B.&Co'sDream H. & Seinslteime, all well known names are the kind we keep. All sizes, all wool Blue Se.ge, Wor sted suits, perfect fitting, tailor made, on sale at $12.50 75c MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 50 We bought 1 00 doz. oi these and they are an extra good baigain, plain blue, while with black figure, woven Madras; colors perfectly fast; made as well as any $ 1 .00 shirt, and only M ?i i2 i T .1 " sL4 ITU V ecs & 1 5 8 Lawn 5 G Only 50 pieces of this Fancy Dress Lawn were to be had by us. When these are gone we cannot duplicate them at 7c. While these last 5c E GOOD Ladies Ox...

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. — 11 April 1907

t '.'-i1 ' iv1 smwii-W ts fir The Daily Democrat. (Daily except Sunday.) IIERNDON BROS., Publishers. -1 Application mado for entry at tlio An ' ntlarko, OklaJ postofllca nil second ctnM mall matter. Mi;ilHCIllMION IIATHHt Dally, 1 currier, jwr week, . . . 10c Dally, by mull, per year, .tt.00 Weakly, by mull, per year, $1.00 Robt. L. Knle "Considering til duties of th nation, the state, the oitUer, or the parent, the education of American childhood ehouid be the firet oare." "Make opportunity for eduoa Uon in Oklahoma ae free ae the air we breathe." "In the education of the child we ehouid prepare it to live, not juat to make a living; we ehouid help each child to gain the room complete development of ite mind body and heart, by aiding nature in the develoyment of its physi cal, intellectual and moral facul ties" "To know thoroughly what he toaohea is one of the first neces sities of a teaoher, but it is insuf ficient. He needs to know how to tell what he knows so skillful ly as to m...

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. — 11 April 1907

A. Wnmntt AmlrjnurlBn. Mrs. Haynos, wife of Prof. Join. U. ftlayncs, Pli. D., of the University ol Pennsylvania, went with nor nusoano In 1808 to Asiatic Turkey, where thej ipent fifteen months In making ex cavations on the site of Calveh, the oldest elf known to man. She was tho only white woman whom the peo- Jjlo of hei locality una oyer seen, mej regarded hr at ftrat with awe, tout fubvequentl' Vraine devoted to hv protectioii ami --omfon. A atmt .nrfrnt. Tho trrontriit mirruiider 10 the an rials of warfare u that of Met, o October 27. 1879. At a fortified piac MeU, with tt surrounding torts. wi practkaily Impregnable, -but bad gen eralship permitted It to be completely eurrourd- and cut off. Tho surrender Inclufipd three field marahala. slxiy-si genrtnK 6.000 officers of lower degree orer 4no R'ins. 100 metrallleuBea. near ly slrtv standards aad 171.000 ran BJld Ala. IShe Crushed Granite Co., CRUSHED GRANITE FOR BALLAST Street and Cement Work. Aorpnta For The HATHAWAY GYRATORY C...

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. — 11 April 1907

s vmmiff -. .LUUJ.UU. mmi' .1. J. McAlcster MoAloBter, I.T., Apr. 1007 In announcing my onndidacy fortlio position of onu of tho Rail road uiid Corporation Commis sioner of tho New Slnto, 1 ap preciate tho right of tho public to know something ot my past polftloitl and business career, Ths forty yours spout In this Indian country has enabled m to ootna In contact with, and un derstand tho cc mplix conditions wliloh have heretofore existed and still oxiflt, and with which the New State must grapple. Having boon born and raised ndmist environments produci.itc only Democratic principles I have bssn n life-long- "Democrat." In 1860 I engaged in commercial business In tho community in which 1 hevo ever since resided ; in 187 1 1 took up the cattle busi ness, and in 1880, began farming on probably larger scale than had, prior to that time, over been known in the Indian Territory. Appreciating th wonderful advantage to bedei d from (hu deTelopement of the coal fields of this territory,! de...

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. — 12 April 1907

S '2 The Democrat clll V VoL. J ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. APRIL 12. 1907, No, 71. ayyjpmMMgm.mu N TOY AD Weather Forecast mm WE H &Ae yj3znHMBlii A iwotiiww wapwtiragpjwta diet IT ' e rair yi,rpTVUIU-rMlWiUrjWJJ'-MW.fk LOCAL NOTES J E, Fowlor made a business trip to Chiokasha today. T. L. Evans went to Hinton Kthie morning on a house-pla&ter-iingtrip. I Mrs. W. W. Terry went to ipaohe this morning for a two Kays visit. Attorney C. H. Carswell went to Apaoho last evening, return ing this morning. J.T. Hazel left last night for 'Puroell, where he will have busi ness to keep him until the middle of the week. Sam Ray is serving delinquent tax warrants and subpoenas in Fort Cobb and Carnegie for the remainder of the week Mrs. MoFadyen, of Ponoa City .;who has been visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. Harry Brown, returned to her home last ovening. 3 MrB. Lillie M, Cave and daugh ter, Mildred, arrived yesterday evening to visit Mrs. Cave's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. C. Hohrer. '...

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. — 12 April 1907

r li ! i The Daily Democrat. (Dally oxcopt Sunday.) HKRNDON BROS., Publishers. Application mndo for entry nt tho An- mlarko, Okla postofllco as second cIum mull mutter. HI'IIHCHII'IION HATHHt Dnlly, 1 carrier, per wek, . Daily, by mall, por year, Weekly, by mull, per year, 10c .00 1.00 Woman's Suffrage in Oklahoma Yostordny nftonioon, tin Vol rvrnt lind tho pleasure of interviewing Mrs. Anna Lnskoy, lerriloriul treasurer and lecturer for tho Woman's Suffrage Association, nnd sho had Uie pleasure of in terviewing us. We Interview ninny people on all sorts of topic, but being interviewed is something of a luxury. A'o were first ingratiating ly reproached Ijecause iw woman's suffrage matter has not appeared in tho Demo crat's columns for a long time. We felt ourselves on somewhat dangerous ground horo because wo do not now recall how much important thought on such vital matters may have gone into tho Democrat archives (beneath tho editorial desk) iii the hunt and clamour of a fiercely ...

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. — 12 April 1907

,. . . ., A Woinun Aittlqnniinrb Mrs. Haynes. wife o( Prof. John n Haynes, Ph. D., of thft University ol Pennsylvania, wont with her husband In 1S98 to Aslntlo Turkey, whero the; .ipent fifteen months In making ex cavations on the site of Calveh, th oldest elf Xnown to man. She was -tho only white woman whom the poo plo of he: locality hnd oror seen. They regarded her at first with awe, hut subsequently becanio devoted to ht: orotMUori and romforu A tlrcMt Surrmirt-T. Tho greatest surrender In ths an nals of warfare was that of MoU, on Octobar 27, 1879. A a fortified plac MoU, with 1U aurrnundlnp forts, wa practically impregnable, but bad gen cralahlp permitted It to be completely surrounded and cut off. The surrender Included three Held marshals. elxty-sl generals, 6.000 officers of lower degree over 400 guns, 100 metrallleuses. near ly sixty standards aad 178,000 ran BJid file. SALE OP INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anadarko, Oklo., Deo. 3, '06 Schedule or Inherited Indi an Lands Meted 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. — 12 April 1907

w. . WIWWbi TM.ohLii nMtii4tWMJfcri SvS1'1'1 ' vV?f' ' a ' k F f .). J. WcAloster MaAloilor. I.T.. Apr. 1007 In announcing my candidly for the position of one of the Hall road and Corporation Uommin iioner of th New 8tate, I p predate the right or the public 10 know something of my past political and buinei oareer, The forty yours spent in this Tiwltan nnnntrv lua enabled no to oome in onuot with, and un daratand the complex conditionB whioh havo heretofore existed and Btill exist, and with which the New State must grapple. li.vim baun born and raised ndoiist environments produoi.ig only Democratic principles I havo liaati lifn-l.-inir 'Mj-mooriit- in 1800 I engaged in oommorei hminu in tlin community in whioh I hove aver iinoe resided ; in 1871 1 took up the outtlo bwri- neaa, and in 1880, begun furming on probably a larger aoalo than had, prior to that time, ovor been known in the Indian Territory. Appreciating tho wonderful advantage to bo derived from tho development of tho coal...

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