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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 6 May 1907

aily Democrat VoL. J. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. MAY 4. 1907. NO, 9 1 rattiJmtt3jffl3aMUM&cuaaMBrnnn FAINT YOWR OWN Pf f TBr "IT T TOb WT T5 The Art Chemical Portrait Co., Will Show You FREE! Practical Painting Tsjirfht For $5.00 IN ONE HOUR! You Pay Nothing Untill You Are Satisfy You Can Do The Work. See Our Pictures! In Front of Galloway & Turner's Store From Any Photograph You Ca.n M&ke Like Pictures Office Over J. W. Hammond & Co., Rooms 2 and 3 Beautify Yow Home With Your Own PICTURES LOCAL NOTES 'CTD Grand Jury is busy again. Look at that stove at Foley's as you paBB. Free. 88 tf C, Scblitz, of Tonkawa town ship, is in tho city today. W. I. Laoy returned from Oklahoma City last evening. "Get the habit, Clark's Cafe has everything good. C, St. 74 tf. R. E. Bently, trustee of Ft. Cobb townBhiD, is in the oity to day. For Rent Good four room house. Enquire of Ed N. Kni6er 70-tf A. B. Coffin, oity assossor kfor Apache, has business at the jurt house. ' A, Pa...

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 May 1907

-J KSTS mEMKXf&vtmtmmxmxi&mesmi SBsas&EtsaeamGJ&mBzjMxmxBisx; THEssmixsaimmwwmMMiMsttmiM'zso Mkwnt- atytrawtRMUHumw nmwmrmffimam iiEinKisasisataiS5WKiHmna3BEtr Ta5Bascisai535sswKaBHr&'as!aja i9wtiwmcBisagiBBtSB AaWBKa IIb' RHHhrvCa hKSk&wK8& c i V, 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 in Itself Than Any Other Similar Institution in the World. Kimball Pianos- also received the ONLY gold medal at the Omaha Exposition of 1898. The practical experience of W. W. Kimb...

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 May 1907

aawHwaiiKT.HaTVJmaaagittiJiPa 5gEsKgna3MMMawr,aiiiwwi'i m MHumsaaraBwai JENIINS' JENKINS' JENKINS' E- ARE UNPACKING TO-DAY a CAR OF JENKINS' JENKINS' I W im Lfa wBni3Brimwi j leiml'JLJ H mgumMmM. HHBHEBffi HHESHfit ElKttfllHHHh fBBFSttKBBB rfglfMBltefcw fflmaUBfl i Jj the vhlenh wl Juit tan Jn dly till In d pl ot I bJ Especially Selected From Our Stock of Over 500 Instru ments at Kansas Ciiy, Missouri. j'hicli Will Be Placed on Sale For the Next 15 Days in the Bradford Building Wo are offering the greatest opportunity that has ever come to the people of Anadarko vioinity to purohaso a thoroughly good Piano at a price below what many firms are com tiled to pay at wholesale. In this carload of Pianos that we will offer at Anadarko thoro is t a Btnglo instrument but what we will baok up with our Capital, Honor and Reputation. e will guarantee that no better values are to be had in any market in this country than wo 11 offer in Anadarko during tho next 15 days. This sale will be conduot...

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 May 1907

NOTICE FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION Tho voters of Caddo county, propoeod etato of Oklahoma, will tako notice that tho Domocratio Contral Committoo of tho propot od Btato of Oklahoma, has called a primary olootion for thu pur poao of nominating candidates for tho various Btato offioors lo bo voted for at tho next general olootion to bo hold on Juno 8, 1007, polls to be oponed from 0 o'clock a. m. and to close at 0 o'olook p. m. on said day. Snid election shall be held at tho fol lowing voting proolnots in said county ; iOtb day of Juno 1007. G. W. Barefoot tf , R, Heiwdon 3w fci.8' Vote at Notice of PrimaryElection Tho voters of tho 15th Judioial District of tho proposed Btato of Oklahoma, oomposod of tho oountios of Caddo, Grady, Stop hens and Jefferson will tako no tico that tho Domocratio Contral committee of said distriot has called a primary eleotion in tho oounties of Baid diBtriot for tho purpose of nominating u oandi date of the demopratio party for 'the offtoo of District...

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. — 7 May 1907

The Daily Democrat a.l I VoL. i ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, MAY 7. 1907. NO, 93 vH ssa E r. a m i s! ie 30' Wl i In 1 In : HICAGO COMMERCIALS fcVarmly Received by the Busi ness Men of the City A Gab- fct of Good Fellowship Tho southbound pulled into the ity laBt evening an hour late, tearing upon their trade-seeking lilgrimage the delegation of the Chicago Commercial Association. Notice of the delay had been vired ahead, so tho band musio .nd other methodo of welcoming V 5 c ould bo belayed until the nio- ent of arrival, Greeted by crowdB of ourbusi- es8 men wearing the Commer- ial Club badges, and by the lusic of the Riverside Indian and, the friendly invaders wore iken in charge and piloted to e Eagles' Hall, where a smoker as incontinently Drougni on. here were speeches of welcome r snnrnMirv Tnin unci iviAvnr JWelznor, responded to by Walter p. Moody, eales-manager or Gage Bros, & Co.,. Millinery, hairman of the delegation, He hen called upon H. L. Taft, rop ieaentativ...

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. — 7 May 1907

i f 11 r I 'i :f The Daily Democrat. (Daily cxcopt Sunday.) HERNDON IUtOS., Publishers. pjillca'.ion mado-for entry at the Aa ndarko, Okla-' postofllco na second clnsB mnll irmttor. HUIIMCHIPIION KATIIHI Dally. I carrier, norjwook, 10c Daily, by mail, par year, Weekly, by mail, per yoar, $8.00 $1.00 A Model Constitution (W. J. Bryan in tho Coramonor) The Oklahoma conatitu ion is in print and The Com moner ventures the opinion that it is the beat state now stitution in the United States It will bo discussed in detail later, but this tribute is of fered now. It is a people's constitution, and the "corn field lawyers' who wrote it to use the phrase coined by the New York Tribune have reason to be proud of their work. It ouglit to be ratified by a unanimous vote and the Democratic party whose representatives framed it deserves a splendid victory nt) an endorsement. It is a model constitution the best in the nation. ! LOCAL NOTES How the Public Interest Loses Ou There is a great deal of ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 7 May 1907

mmmmma lr- JENKI S' JE KI S' JENKI S' WE ARE UNPACKING TO-DAY a CAR OF JENKINS JENKINS Especially Selected From Our Stock of Over 500 Instru ments at Kansas City, Missouri. Which Will Be Placed on Sale For the Next 15 Days in the Bradford Building Wo are offering the greatest opportunity that has ever come to the people of Anadarko andvioinity to purchase a thoroughly good l'iano at a price below what many firms are com pelled to pay at wholesale. In this carload of Pianos that we will offer at Anadarko there is not a single instrument but what we will baok up with our Capital, Honor and Reputation. We will guarantee that no better values are to bo had in any market in this country than we will offer in Anadark) during the next 15 days. This sale will be conducted on the "JenkinB Plan" whioh has become famously known throught the west and southwest as the "Only Plan" whioh guarantees to the customer the greatest possible value for the amount of money he wishes to invest and makos pi...

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. — 7 May 1907

I NOTICE FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION Tho voters of Caddo county, proposed state of Oklahoma, will tako notice that the Domooratic Csntral Conmittoo of tho propos ed stato of Oklahoma, has called a primary election for the pur pose of nominating candidates for tho various Btato offioers to be voted for at the next genorul olootion to be held on .Juno 8, 1007, polls to bo opened from 0 o'clock a. m. and to closo at 0 o'olock p. m. '-n said day. Said eleotion ehall bo hold at the fol lowing voting precincts in said county: Notice of PriiiiaryElectlon Tho voters of tho 15th Judicial District of tho proposed state of Oklahoma, composed of tho countioH of Caddo, Grady, Stop hens and Jefferson will tako no tice that tho Democratic Central committee of said diBtrlot haB called a primary eleotion in the counties of said diBtriot for the purposo of nominating u candi date of tho demooratio party for tho offiao of DiBtriot Judge for said diBtriot to bo votod tor nt tho next general olootio...

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. — 8 May 1907

The Daily Democrat VoL. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, MAY 6. 1907. AT A STANDSTILL City Administration Faces a Pre ( dictnment Up Against the 1 Real Thing . Thn mfv frnvorntnonf fa its ihn hroos of finuncial spasms just low, tho city attorney having jasoly looked up tho statutes fovorning administration of oitieB d the first class, and made re tort theroon to the council. Also, ho Treasurer, Mr. Popejey, ap tears to have informed himself ,9 to tho law, and refuses to dis urso any funds in his hands, dcoopt in accordance thorowith. Ind tho worst pert of it all is iat Messrs. MoFadyen and Popo y are ontirely right and acting 'ithin their rights. , The law provides that money i tho treasuries of cities of our lass of any ono fund shall not e paid out tc moot expenses bulged against any other fund 5 long as there are warrants Utstunding. Mr. McCampbell's ooks show every fund over fawn, except the salary fund fid the "weed" fund, so there In be no ohanging from one ind to another. Th...

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 May 1907

.Opportunity 95,000 acres in ihc "Garden Spot of the World' is now being opened up to the American People. DR. CMAS. F. SIMMONS7 Atascosa County (Texas) Ranch now on tho MaiUufi. Opportunities Hk. 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 10-acre truck iartn to a 640-acre farm in balmy South Texas. A President Roosovclt said: "TEXAS 13 THE GARDEN 8POT OF THE LORD." Investigation will show that this 16,000 acres comprises one of tho finest bodies of Agricultural and Truck Farming land In tho entire state, commencing about 30 miles routh of Ssn Antonio, snd about two rallei south of Plearanton (tho county at of Atascosa County), and ex tending through Atascosa and a part of McMullen Counties, to within 17 miles of my 00,000-acro LIvo Oak County Ilanch, which I in four months last rear sold to 4,000 Homo Bsekors, on liberal Urms, without lntorcst on deferred psymonts, which gives the poor man, fro...

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 May 1907

Steinway Vose & ons chealfer E Of Guaranteed Good Quality Wr Ludwi IHHHHEHISHHHi Bk hn kujuxXBiw ukhh fm "3i9HJi Su3CEBt iByg At prices below what many firms must get for those of ordinary quality. Our plan of "One Price' and "No Commissions'' makes possible the amount of business we do, and the lesser profits we are reqired to have Rum Your Eye Down This List Then Come See For Yourself That we give you a clear, clean, absolute saving of $50 to $1 50 on a piano, based upon the lowest price for the same grade of an instrument in any other store in the country The folloAing prices on Pianos tells the story of Our Suooess The new piano we sell for $1 25 with full metal plate, hardwood bushed tuning pins, brass capstan action is the BARMORE. The piano we sell for $225 is the style "IT ' ELBURN solid golden oak case. $25 cash, $7 monthly will send one of these to your home to-day, including stool and scarf. Don't let this opportunity go by to own a piano you will enjoy it while payin...

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 May 1907

Tho Trade Current Tlio visiti of tho Ohicngo coimnnrcinl embassy sug gests to us again tho fact that tho trade of tho future will (low to tho Gulf ports, and tho now transcontinen tal railways will run north and south. Oklahoma in tho path of the innumerable caravans of commerce bound to South America and the Far EuBt, will become great and increasingly prosperous as tho years groiv into de cades. Tho hamlots in Ok lahoma will grow into towns in theee dnys and the towns into shining cities. Tho plains but a few years ago no more than wildernesses, u 'l blossom as tho rose. Our rivers winding their dusky courses through growths of cottonwood and tangles of vines and reed, will churn to the whirl of the paddlo wheel and their silence of a thous and years give placo to tho screaming of tho steamboat whistle. Tho smnli merchant in our town and in towns like it will bo tho merchant princo as tho years go on. Improved fanning methods; deop waterways; the Panama canal to change the trade c...

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 May 1907

V The Daily Democrat iVol. i Recommendation Hon. H. B. Lookett'a home ooplo recommend him. Comanche, I. T., April o, 1U07. b whom theao presonts may lomo greeting: Wo the undersigned oitlzona of onTanohe, tako groat pleasure i recommending our fellow-citi- lon: the tion. n. a. uuuhoh, ow candidato for Judge of the Bth Judicial Distriot of Oklaho ma, as being in every respect orthy of the confidence and ood rill of tho people thr )ugh- ut tho distriot. Wo know him bo an honorable, upright, hristian gentleman, and thor hghly oompotont to fill tho poai- bn to whioh ho now aspires. Kado Atkins, pres lurst Nat'l bank indor & Hillory, wholosalo and retail hardware B Kelly, alderman assoy, merohant M Ralls, cashr First Nat'l bank r B Alexander, bookkeoper.First Nat'l bank i)hn Campbell, city recorder ovo & Son, harness & buggies omanohe Mercantile Co, mer- ohandiao w Edge, merchant Sloan & Son, hardwaro R Tankorsloy, merohant. A Hall & Co, gen'l mdae 0 Sloan, city recor...

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 May 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) IIBUNDON HROS., Publishers. Ann licfttlon mndo for entry at tho An adarko, Okla: postollke aa second claw mall matter. HI.-IIMCIUIM-ION HATltMl Daily, ty carrier, jior.'week, Dally, by mall, nor year, Weekly, by mnil, per yonr. 10c $8.00 $1.00 A Day of Hope Sometimes, when we think of tho wny iu which tho livo ones among our mer chants keep on steadily making money without any Btremious effort ana now prosperity pursues them and rnnrWn tho Hocurement oE advertisimg a difficulty to tho struggling newspaper man, wo get rather hopeless about our town. Wo lot livo business enterprises go to other towns that we should secure for Anadarko, just because things como our way so easily that wo aro clear out of the habit of hustling. Bub today wo enter upon a new phase in tho life of our town; today wo see the com ing of a day of better things. Tho sale of tho lots in the Otto Wells addition will give us so much moro room to grow in that wo will begin ...

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 May 1907

M HMHI Steinway Vose & ons icheaffer Ludwig Of Guaranteed Good Quality At prices below what many firms must get for those of ordinary quality. Our plan of "One Price'' and "No Commissions'' makes possible the amount of business we do, and the lesser profits we are reqired to have jH H lfl 1 31 V BMIr Run Your Eye Down THis List Then Come See For Yourself That we give you a clear, clean, absolute saving of $50 to $1 50 on a piano, based upon the lowest price for the same grade of an instrument in any other store in the country The following prices on Pianos tells the story of Our Suooess The new piano we sell for $1 25 with full metal plate, hardwood bushed tuning pins, brass capstan action is the BARMORE. The piano we sell fdr $225 is the style "H" ELBURN solid golden oak case. $25 cash, $7 monthly will send one of these to your home to-day, including stool and scarf. Don't let this opportunity go by to own a piano you will enjoy it while paying for it. From three to four thousa...

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 May 1907

NOTICE FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION Tlio voters of Caddo county, proposed stnto of Oklahoma, will tuku notioo tlutt the Domoorntio Central Coramlttoo of tho propos ed state of Oklahoma, has called a primary elootion for tho pur peso of nominating candidates for tho various Btato offioorB to bo voted for at this next general elootion to bo held on Juno 8, 1007, polls to bo opondd from 0 o'clock a. tn. and to closo at 0 o'clock p. m. on said day. Said election shall bo held at the fol lowing voting procinots in said county: Notice of Primary Election The votore of tho 15th Judioial DiBtriot of tho proposod sUto of Oklahoma, composod of tho countioH of Caddo, Grady, Step hens and Jefferson will tako no iioo that tho Democratic Contral committee of said diBtrlot Iuib callod a primary election in tho counties of said district for tho purpoao of nominating ii candi date of tho domooralio party for the offiao of District Judgo for said distrust to bo voted tor at tho noxt gonoral electi...

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 May 1907

The Dialy De mocrat VoL. J ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, MAY JO, 1907. No, 9 5 TO DO RIGHT BY ANADARKO Pioneer Telephone Company Improves Service Complete Overhauling and Renewing The Pioneer Telephone com pany, BUOoe8Borg to the Topeka & El Reno Telephone company, owners of the big system upon which our city is located, are now making suoh an overhauling and renewing of their plant hero as, thoy promiso, will give ua the use of the best and moBt up-to-date sorvioe in the territory. Thoy are also plaoing a division headquarters hero. The follow ing are designated for duty at this divisional office : Div. Supt. C. E. Anderson; Wiro Chief, J. W. Ross; Foreman, R. L. Hutchins; Switohboard Mgr., J. B. EriokBon; Exchange Mgr., Z. J. Dupies; Chief Operator, Miss Piatt. Most of the men named above have famlies and will live here. There will also bo a suitable olerical and accountant foroe and a monthly pay roll that will put the company money into Ana darko as well. The Democrat ma...

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 May 1907

h it Bt Come The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sundny.) HEUNDON BROS., Publishers. Application mado for entry at the An atlarko, Okla- postolllco as Bocond class mail mattor. HUIIHCIIIITION 11AT11MJ Daily, by enrrior, per week, 10c Daily, by mail, per year, $3.00 WcoKly, by mail, per year, $1.00 t J LOCAL NOTES H. T. Prntt catno in Inst night on business. Misb Arnold wont to Fort Cobb for a fow days visit. A. C. Doldo roturned this morning from Lawton. A. J. Porry wont to Clnokuslm this morning on business. A. C. Doldo mado a business trip to Lawton last night. T. N. Holt of Kentucky enrao in this morning to look ovor the Und. Mrs. J. A. IIoulo and Mrs. Will Clark wont to Lawton this morn ing to spend tho day. Old plank sidewalks for salo to mako room for NEVER SLIP CEMENT walks, Soo tho Con nelly Const. Co. 05 2t C, A. Hardy of Chiokasha, formerly of Anadarko, who has boon visiting old friends horo ro turnod home today. Dr. M. F. Ehlors and Dr. C. C. Ehlers, of Sweotsprings, Mo. aro...

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 May 1907

I CI JENKINS PLAN 4 ygl - The Jenkins Plan moans one prioo to all. The Jenkins Plan means truthful statements. The Jenkins Plan moans that your neighbor does not buy the Bamo piano from us ohoap than you oan The Jenkins Plan moans that you are buying from a concern that has ;boon in business in Kansas City for over twenty-seven years. -r f til r? J Right will win. Honest principles, fair dealing, may 1 ftXtll Will dllClutl Ceomotimes be obscured by the hurrioanoof duet raised by the "any old price," "just as good" dealers, but finally Jthe dust blows away and truth shines forth. T'f T f ' D. means fair and honest treatment with prices ae low as 1 llC J CnKlflS x Iclrlwe can make them, and have a fair profitlfor oursolveB. Wo cannot have all the trade in our territory. We could not got all the trade if wo sold pianos at S26.00 apioco. There are a lot of people who will buy tho "just as good" kind, but as time goes by our trade is constantly increasing. Every day we hear "hard luok" s...

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 May 1907

NOTICE FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION Tho votorfl of Caddo county, propoood stnto of Oklahoma, will talro notico that tho Damoorntic Contnil Coraraittoo of tho propoB od sttito of Oklahoma, has called a primary olootion for tho pur poso of nominating candidates for tho various atalo offioors to bo voted for at tho noxt gonoral olootion to bo hold on Juno 8, 1007, polls to bo oponed from 0 o'olook a. m. and to closo at 0 o'clook p. tn. on said day. Said oleotion shall bo hold at tho lowing voting procinots in oounty: fol- said Notice of Primary Election Tho voters of tho 15th Judicial Distriot of tho proposed state of Oklahoma, composed of tho oountioH of Caddo, Oradv, Stop hens and Jefferson will tako no tiao that tho Domooratio Central oommittuo of said distriot has called a primary oleotion in the counties of said distriot for tho purpose of nominating u candi date of tho domooratio party for tho offioo of Distriot Judge for said distriot to bo voted tor at tho next gonoral oloot...

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