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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 30 April 1907

"'hn'-sav ,Fv J JHa BB JUL J. JHL W Qg0r g flfowL' TOtx" & VoL. 6 ANADAR,KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. APRIL 30. 1907. No, QT 1 mill FT k I V gLttffigraBaatnsKgmBaagaBga; MILLINERY 500 LcUes Sample Hats Price We have bought the entire simple liae ot hats of the great wholesale millinery house of the Koaenthal-Sloan Millinery Co., St Louis, Mo., at 50 per cent on the dollar. This purchase contains all new shapes in all Qualities, Milahs, Leg horns, Chips, Lace Braids, Fancy Straw, etc., in trimmed and tin Timmed Shapes. Sale will begin Wednes until this purchase is sold out. At this price they will likely last nuly a very few days, as this sale comes at the best selling season for spring millinery, and the ladies will take quick hold of the unusual opportunity to buy: $2 Ha,t for $1 $5 Hat $2.50 $10 Hat $5 I THE FAIR DEP'T LOCAL NOTES J Guy Gillottecamein thia morn ing. Limeado at Billingsleye. Try ne. oo ot. Ed Fuller went to Chattanooga thia morning. Jerry Hoagland went to Apaohe...

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 April 1907

fttMNMURPU Mi ANO 1 I I Jm. w. jM. i JEkuMV hHt is SSL ML & Of Fine IH K bbsssB dLLh flHIH & nm mVIl iH n ittnH iHb H fllsBBssV ILsssuft IH dnlk IbbbL tL HMi BftBi9Bk KkBl jHi bLLR iflB k&tfA n nn REIVED BY.. L y JIl The finest assortment of these celebrated instruments ever shipped to Oklahoma. Used and endorsed by the leading musicians of the world! 10 NO gJwwg,w.aaBBaHaagiffl raaBraaraBagnngmTBmriiT W GOING O fm? t Factorv Salesman In Attendance Don't Miss it. Come in and see them whether you want to buy or not; and do it To-day! Fxee Ooncext Fxicleiv Evening tv- i t rmgmfnBwrlaB)iil imritamixirmz.Txmwjammrnm;r, iTirrEr?s:re.r,rswmtir -r. -a. at v T-tKJvasneHimaEnSEES wtxtzxuta The Daily Democrat. (Dally oxccpt Sunday.) HERNDON I1KOS., l'ublighor. Application mmlo for entry at the An- ndarko, Okla- postolllce iih second class mall muttor. HUUMCUIia'lUN UATltHl Dally, lj carrier, por woek, Uniiy, uy mu, jor year, k'ly. Woekly, by mail, per year, .10c $a.oo $1.00 The Va...

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 April 1907

J SALE OF INHER1TEDJNDIAN LANDS Anadarko, Okla., Dao. 3, '00 SCHEDULK OF INHERITED INDI AN Lands listed at Kiowa Indian Agency, Oklahoma, for Pale un der the Amended rules of the 8e crotary of the Interior cated Oo tuber 2, 1002. fnr the conveyance of Inherited land under the pro visions of the Act of Congress approved May 27, 1002. Bid9 for the latida Hated will be opened at the Kiowa Affenoy, Anadarko, Okla., el 2 o deck, p. m,. on tho dates given below, und eaoh bid must be accompan ied by a Certified Check on some solvent banK, Payable to The Commissioner of Indian Af fairs for at loa9t 25 por oont of amount bid. BIDS ON FOLLOWING OPENED MAY 6, 1007. SEH 3, ON, 11 SWM 27, 6N, 12 NEK 20, 7N, 13 NWJ 33, 8N, 13 NEK 27, 28, 12 BIDS ON FOLLOWING OPEN ED JUNE 3. 1007. EK of NEK 24, 5N., 10 NW 20, 4N 11 SWK 14, 6N 11 SWK 11, EN., 12 SW4 7, 5N., 15 SEK 7, 5N., 15 BIDS ON FOLLOWING TO BE OPENED JULY 1, 1007 SEK 8, 3N, 11 8EK 12, 7N,11 8WK 31, 8N, 13 NEK 21, IN, 14 NEK 4, 2N, 15 8EK 10, 2...

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 April 1907

013 0S7 038 080 000 701 702 704 705 708 ,710 711 T12 190X, tt&KEs..-TjijraMw:a IN THE OTTO WELLS ADD'N At 2 o'clock. This splendid property lies in the Southwestern part of Anadarko, close to the business section of the city. It is the first and only Addition that has ever been platted to Anadarko. There is scarcely a desirable vacant lot in original Anadarko and this long desired and much sought after property, offers the first opportunity to buy lots at moderate prices. Each and every lot goes to the highest bidder. Don't lei anything keep you from attending this great sale of all sales Anadarko is a sure winner! By investing there you will have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Never again will you have such an opportunito to buy such valuable property at your own price. Easy terms, only one-third cash, balance 6 and 1 2 months, 8 per cent interest, live per cent discount for cash. For plats and particulars, call on or address The 11:2 W Grand COMMISSIONERS 030 Sumuol 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. — 1 May 1907

r nr & .f tE"""5n. -r JLr m o c r 3. t L m. 230 - k &B 84 Vol. 6. ir iwhii jLwifffB,rmrTv- J. The finest Oklahoma. ANO Factory Sa.le:msi Ira Attendance Don't Miss it. Come in and see them wjhether you want to buy or not; and do it To-day! Free Concert Fxicia.y Fvenirag f LOCAL NOTES ! - - - - T 1 1? AAAA(t,r7TM0 W w A T-Tnrlrrna hfin tho moaBleS. " " Limeade at Billlngaleya. Try one. 85 3t. D S, S. Noble, of Mangum, iB in town. &ri) B. F. Holding went to HInton today. OT M. A. Daughty, of Enid, ia in the oity. H. N. Harmon went to Apache last night. A. T. Boys wont to Oklahoma City today. Judge Arond is recovering from a sick spell. Mr Barber ia suffering from rheumatism. Jeff Ford's siator-in-law loft this morning. 'H.'.l, Henojlon ia visiting in 1 Oklahoma City- Mrs. 3. J. SFitts who has been ill is reooverpd. P r to frilr !3n?nVi wnnt fr rvov. ffttf ww-wm ...... ihl aiin l Cash on business. BrW All Of Your Brothers! How. M. L. Williams will speak at the Court House, W...

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

The Daily Democrat. (Dally except Sunday.) HlBltNDON BROS., I'ublMtet. Aigltjt'.lan made for entry at the An- sdnrko, Ok)a iMMtoffice as second olaaa mall matter. Hi;iiHcimriON katmi Dally, .f carrier, mr week, ... . 10c Dnlly, by mall, per year 18.00 Weekly, by mall, per year, .... $1.00 The Tvpo's Trouble In a former issue wo gave oxprossion from a full hoftrt to corlain wlitorial difficul tio8, forgetting: in our con con bra lion that troubles wore nob poculiar to us of all pooplo. Hut il scorns that wo cannot claim a monopoly ovon in this most desirable of field. For yostordu , roturning from a cruso about tho streets, we butted into a most interesting conditions .of uncertainty. It seems there had been a discussion among tho compositors in regard to tho word "epizoot ic", in yesterdays editorial, tho samoboing unfamiliar to them. Ono of the forco took tho viow that the epizootic was an organ of tho human body, and confessed to hav ing a violent acho therein. Wo don't know wheth...

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 May 1907

i SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anadarko, Okla.. Deo. 8, '00 Schedule of Inhbritkd Indi an Lands Hatud at Kiowa Indian agency, OklahomH, for sale un- or the Amended rules of the 8u rotary of tho Interior rIated Oo- jber 2, l'K)2. for the conveyance f Inherited land under the pru isiona of the Act of Congress pproved May 27, 1902. Bide for the lands listed will be netted at tho Kiowa Ajrency, .ii.td.irko, Okla., at 2 o'olock, . ni.. on tho dates mven below. nd each bid must be aocompan- jd by a Certified check on )me solvent bans. Payable to he Commissioner of Indian Af- I MRS for at least 25 per oont of nount bid. BIDS ON FOLLOWING 'I OPENED MAY 0, 1907. SE4 3. 6N. 11 SWM 27, ON, 12 HEX 20, 7N, 18 Wi 33, 8N, 13 NE-i 27, 28, 12 ;DS ON FOLLOWING OPEN ED JUNE 3. 1007. EH of NEK 24, 5N 10 NWi 29, 4N., 11 SWM 14, ON., 11 8Wtf 11, EN., 12 SWH 7, 5N., 15 SEH 7, 5N., 15 (DS ON FOLLOWING TO BE OPENED JULY 1, 1007 SEK 8, 3N, 11 8EM 12, 7M.11 SWK 31, 8N, 13 NEk 21, IN, 14 NEM 4, 2N, 15 SEK 10...

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 May 1907

o K L A H O M A GflBotfSCfl HR3KaHUIKS! zjm&miaBssszxiza VCTION SALE IN TTPiE; OTTO OF V.ALUABLE RESIDENCE LOTS MAY 8th and 9th. At 2 o'clock. This splendid property lies in the Southwestern part of Anadarko, close to the business section of the city. It is the first and only Addition that has ever been platted to Anadarko. There is scarcely a desirable vacant lot in original Anadarko and this long desired and much sought after property, offers the first opportunity to buy lots at moderate prices. Each and every lot goes to the highest bidder. Don't let anything keep you from attending this jfreat sale of all sales. Anadarko is a sure winner! By investing there you will have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Never again will you have such an opportunito to buy such valuable property at your own price. Easy terms, only one-third cash, balance 6 and 1 2 months, 8 per cent interest, five per cent discount for cash. For plats and particulars, call on or address The Conway 5c H...

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 May 1907

emocra Vol. 6. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. MAY 2, 1907. No, 69 nn Platform of M. L. Turner. I nP.Al KinTPfi . - ALL PAR .Taraca Wenninger wont to Hin- on f duy J5L ML m mLJp CJsL ii JfL W IL BEGINS ONE AWFUL ACCIDEN ON ROCK LAI Miss Grace Beauchauip wtnt c VerJen Dr. Gj. Colby, of Gruoemont, as in town. L. R .Vie, of Carnegie, win in own yt-n'.trday Mr B rte, of Rainy Mt., came i thia m Jtnitig. Mr Culmee of Arapaho ie in he city on business. Mrs. B F, Cooper, of Ft. Cobb pent the day in city. Sam Ray came in from Okla oma City laat night. Mao MoRno went to ChickaBha aday on a short visit. F. V. Hamilton went to Okla oma City last night. T. T. Woodward oame in from Liawton this morning. Mrs. J. Oldhom went to Ho tart this morning for a visit. Luoile Aldriok .went to Ft. Jobb on a visit last evening. Mrs. G. T. Iwan and family liassed through tho city today. Look at that stove at Foley's is you pass. i?ree, i Limeade at Billingsleys. Try me. oo oi. A. M. Kelly and V. J. Kelley ...

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 May 1907

The Dailv Democrat. (Dully except Sunday.) IIERNDON BROS., Publishers. Appllcn'.ton made for entry at the An udarko, O'l: poetofHce m Mcontl ebhH mall matter. HUll&CltlPriON KATKPM Daily, h currier, er week, .. 10.- Daily, by mull, per year fl.oo weakly, by mail, per year, $1.00 boon prodic " Sweet Oh my! Wisht I Could dip ye die Editor's gone Things go wrong Wisht I htidn'l nover born. Wrilin' editorials Mixin' roportorinls And doin' everything ihnl comos along consarn. Makes a follow woop And lose a heap o'sloop; Tryin' to think of sonie- Lhin' smart to say Next day. But hero wo go Watch us blow. According to the tions of our editor, summer is hero. There are two pests which wo connect with sumnior, that stand out far ahead of any of tho other annoyances; mosquitos and beaus, chief of which is beaus. "Wo do not protend to say that any of those things are unnecessary far be it from our minds to thing such awiui tilings, neaus are a necossary ovil, but so long as there is summer...

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 May 1907

c SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anadnrko, Okla., Deo. 3, '06 3CHEDULK OF INHBIUTBD INDI AN Lands iislod t Kiowa Indian Agonoy, Oklahoma, for sale un dor the Amonded rulos of the Se cretary of the Interior dated Oc tober 2, 1002. for the conveyance of Inherited land undor the pro visions of the Aot of Congrese approved May 27, 1002. Bids for the lands listed will bo opened at the Kiowa Agonoy, Anadarko, Okla., at 2 oTclook, p. m,. on the dates given below, and each bid must be nooompan led by a Certified Chbok on some solvent banK, Payable to The Commissioner of Indian Af fairs for at least 25 per oont of amount bid. BIDS ON FOLLOWING OPENED MAY 6, 1007. SEh 3, ON, 11 SWK 27, ON, 12 NE 20, 7N, 13 NW 33, 8N, 13 NKtf 27, 28, 12 BIDS ON FOLLOWING OPEN ED JUNE 3. 1007. EH of NE 24, 5N., 10 NWi 20, 4N., 11 SV 14, 6N., 11 8V 11, EN., 12 SW4 7, 5N., 15 SEM 7, 5N., 15 BIDS ON FOLLOWING TO BE OPENED JULY 1, 1007 SEM 8, 3N, 11 SE4 12, 7N.11 SWi 31, 8N, 13 NE. 21, IN, 14 NEM 4, 2N, 15 SEfc 10,...

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 May 1907

EE3RHHKOI2SUDI ANOTHER CAR LOAD ..Of Fine,, a ALL PI A NOS ORG A N ..JUST RECEIVED BY . J. M. YOUNGBL00D lVMVAMyViH'vWSityVMll The finest assortment of these celebrated instruments ever shipped to Oklahoma. Used and endorsed by the leading musicians of the worldl 10 DAYS' SPECIAL SALE NOW GOING ON! Factory Don't Miss it. SaLlesiTnLSiri In A.tte:racia.:tTLGe Come in and see them whether you want to buy or not; and do it Today! Foree Gomcenrt FariclQLy Evenin; wtss&Mivwmm . aaswp.u Noto to tho editor: Do you think that it would bo ontirely proper to havo Oklnho mo, tho Now State, roproaontod At tho Jamoatown Exposition by nothing but a "Wild Woat 8how?" Don't you roally think it would bo well to mix thinga up general ly for tho benofit of tho people of tho Now 8tato who havo tho agricultural, horticultural and industrial as woll aa tho oduoa tlonol welfare of tho etato at heart? Millor BrathorB of the Onu-hundrodand-ono ranoh aro sending to Jamestown a wild west show, and whon Mil...

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 May 1907

i The & ucinocrst o voL. 1. AMADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. MAY 3 1907'. No, 90 i?p:smszifzrji:!)i3'i''j$w v.wzss&usttt'ZRFisB'Kixssaisf ranzKiixssKEHisrjsEaTnaaasjaraiJKSrsass tW7TK!K?VGrrSfEKaiIIJWtiA8ajf ATTENTION- iXnamssaxmtxwX)asoaaaaltasaa3,. kbBHHh. Ib ll lA iEj HHpS 1. Ihv DURING THE IMEZKITr 15 DAYS Tke J. W Jenkins's Sons Music Co. Of Kansas City, Mo., and Oklahoma City, 01la. will offer the greatest opportunity that has ever come to the people of Anadarko and vicinity to purchase a thoroughly good Piano at a price below what many firms are compelled to pay at wholesale. In this carload of Pianos that we will offer at Anadarko there is not a single instrument that we are not willing to back up with our honor and reputation, as well as with our capital. We will guarantee that no better values are to be had in any market in this country than we will offer in Anadarko during the next two weeks. This sale will be conducted On the "JENKINS PLAN" which has become fam...

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 May 1907

IvOr Jo A j-w Bwr wXK &LJi , IBM SI VJiSS' 4" ffltSISBMjifl Blue Ribbon Beer is Healthful Because it is brewed from Pabst Eight-Day Malt and choicest hops. Malt is made from barley the most nourishing of all Brains. The Pabst Eight -Day Malt ing Process gets all of these nourishing properties out of the barley-grain, and the Pabst Brewing Methods re tain them all in Pabst lueRibbon Tkc Beer of Quality which is therefore richer in food values than other beers. In addition, it has the ex quisite flavor of the choicest hops, with all of their tonic properties. Pabst malts for food values. Pabst brews for health quali ties. The name Pabst guar antees both purity and excel lence. When ordering beer, ask for Pnbst Dlue Ribbon. Made by Pabst at Milwaukee And bottled only at the Brewery. Charles H. Karain, Andnrko, Okla. excellent ssrvloas itt thl tUts snato. Mr. Vensble ws born in Ar kansas and grew to manhood on n farm. By industry and frugal ity, hn managed to give himeo f a splendid...

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 May 1907

SALE OF Inherited Indian lands Anadarko, Okl., Deo. 8, '06 SCHBDUL OF INHERITED INDI- i in Lands Mated nt Kiowa Indian tatanov. Oklahoma, for sale un- ier the Amended rules of the Se jr9tryof tho Interior c'ated Oo- t CI 1AM f- t Ann. . nM AlUVr As AWAt IVi wio wuiivvvniiuv of Inherited land under the pro- yieioni of the Act of Congress Approved May 27, 1902. I Bids for the lands listed will be jpened at tho Kiowa Agenoy, nadarko, Okla., at 2 o'olook, ). m,. on the dates given below, ind eaoh bid must be aocompan ed by a Certified Check on iome solvent bantc, Payable to The Commissioner op Indian Af fairs for at least 25 per oont of Amount bid. k BIDS ON FOLLOWING OPENED MAY 0, 1007. SEW 3, ON, 11 SWM 27, ON, 12 NEK 29, 7N, 13 NWK 33, 8N, 13 NEK 27, 28, 12 BIDS ON FOLLOWING OPEN ED JUNE 3. 1007. EH of NEK 24, 5N., 10 NWJ 29, 4N., 11 SWK 14, ON., 11 SWK 11, EN., 12 SWK 7, 5N., 15 SEK 7, 5N., 15 BIDS ON FOLLOWING TO BE OPENED JULY 1, 1UU7 SE 8, 3N, 11 SEK 12, 7N.11 SWK 31, 8N, 13 NEK ...

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 May 1907

LOCAL NOTES f ( W. E, Sago camo in to attond court CharloB 81omp wont to El Rono today. Myrtlo Borgor oamo in this morning. Mrs. Miltord wont to Oarnogio today. J. C, R-Jgora of EI Rono la in tho city. A. C. Doldo roturnod this morning. O. J. Logan of Jit. Viow Ib in tho city today. Sonntor T. P. Goro will epeak hero Monday ovoning. Qraco Noodham wonttu Flotoh or to visit over Sunduy. Mrs. Mnrtinois roturnod from Chiokaeha last ovoning. Herbert Ruolccr and brother aro In tho city on business. Look at that atovo at Foley's as you pass. Free. 88 tf Tho oight year old daughter of W. H. Mathison is quite ill. Got tho habit. Clark's Onto has ovorything good. C St. 74 tf. For Ront Good four room houso, Enquire of Ed N- Kaisor 70-tf REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Property Bought and Sold Daily Jano Hooaor and Jacob to A R Cooloy lot 11 block SO Anadarkt) oon 3300. R Garrison and C E to Kur? Progor lot 1-1 block 30 Aanndamd con SI 50. G D Driskoll to Chat Kararn lota 3 and 4 and o s w 78il oon 88500...

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 May 1907

m 1 ri ffinv -g Democrat. VoL. i. ANADARKO, CADPo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. MAY 4. 1907. No. 9 1 j mmwamnwmnmMKxmBia&imminLXtiaKte rm ra it? A ran no n fv J v DURUM O THEE NEXT 15 DAYS The J. W Jenkins's Sons Music Co. Of Kansas City, Jvo., and Oklahoma City, Olcla. will offer the greatest opportunity that has ever come to the people of Anadarko and vicinity to purchase a thoroughly good Piano at a price below what many firms are compelled to pay at wholesale. In this carload of Pianos that we will offer at Anadarko there is not a single instrument that we are not willing to back- up with our honor and reputation, as well as with our capital. We will guarantee that no -better values are to be had in any market in this country than we will offer in Anadarko during the next two weeks. ' This sale will be conducted on the "JENKINS PLAN" which has become famously known throughout the west and southwest as the ONLY PLAN which guarantees to the customer the greatest possible value for the amo...

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 May 1907

EBSEHaessis Rwvcfarmn HtfiSSirEiSttL y; :'ia - jyaiaag ;oy j asitBamaurare.3iwMire raasrMsgsi i . t - j i;sE3ais;v jaaransi. i.a j Why experiment with an inferior or unknown piano when a Kimball is within the reach of all The Kimball factories and warerooms occupy many acres of floor space, with the most modern machinery and appliances, best ma terial and highest class of labor. All work is done under the supervision of specalists from the leading factories of Europe and America and the Kimball system of manufacturing, selling and financing is the Only One of its Kind Owned and Controlled Entirely By the Same Eirm, Any of the Above Named Departments Being- Larger injtself Than Any Other Similar Institution in the World. Kimball Pianos also received the ONLY gold medal at tne Omaha Exposition of 1898. The practical experience of W. W. Kimball Co. as manufacturers and dealers covers a. continuous period of nearly fifty years. We have a few of these lovely instruments on hand at the st...

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 May 1907

SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS Anadarko, Okla.. Dm. 8, '06 Schedule of Inheritkd Indi an Lands Hstd at Kiowa Indian Agoney, Oklahoma, for sale un der the Amended rules of tho Se cretary of the Interior datod Oc tober 2, 1002. for the conveyance of Inherited land under tho pro visions of tho Act of Congross approved May 27, 1002. Bids for tho landB listed will be opened at tho Kiowa Agency, Anadarko, Okla., at 2 o'clock, p. m,. on tho datoB given below, and eilch bid must be accompan ied by a Certified Check on some solvent bank. Payable to The Commissioner of Indian Af fairs for at least 25 per oent of amount bid. BIDS ON FOLLOWING OPENED MAY 0, 1007. SEK 3, ON, 11 SWM 27, ON, 12 wrcif 90. 7N. 13 NWK 33, 8N, 13 NEM 27, 28, 12 ' BIDS ON FOLLOWING OPEN ED jyNE 3. 1007. EK of NE 24, 5N., 10 NWi 20, 4N., 11 SW& 14, ON., 11 SWM 11, EN., 12 SWM 7, 5N., 15 SEK 7, 5N., 15 BIDS ON FOLLOWING TO BE OPENED JULY lj1007 SEK8, 3N, 11 ,,$ SEM 12. 7N.11 SWf 31, 8N, 13 NEK 21, IN, 14 NEK 4, 2N, 1...

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 May 1907

"V '' J LOCAL NOTES B. R. Taylor roturned homo last ovoninp- Chaa. Slemp and BiBtor onme in liiBt evening. Wm. MoFayden wont to El Ronb yoatordhy. T. Bnker wont lo Iiinton on businoBB today. J, P. Bigloy was in oity n businoBB yootorday. Gladys flurgottm9aod through on hor way homo. May Maoral roturned from a visit to Chickasha. MisB Lolah Popplowoll wont to Blngor this morning. Look at that stove at Foley 'a as you pass. Free. 88 tf N. C. Potora wont to Cement in tho intoroBt of his oandidaoy. Got tho habit. Clark's Cafe has ovory thing good. C 8t. 74 tf. Judge Holding candidate for county Judge roturned to Law ton. For Rent Good four room houso. Enquire .of Ed N. Kaiser 70- tf J. T. Ruoizka who has been in Nebraska on a viBit has returned homo. MIbs Avis Flanningan, of Vordon. oamo in last evening to visit Miss Lottio Billingaloy. Or. H. J. Robuck left this morning for Syraoane, N Y. wheroho will take up hispraotioe. Rev. Moorer,formerly paetor of tho First OBnptiBt ohuroh oamo in...

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