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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 11 May 1907

'.7 The Daily Democrat VOL. 1 ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, MAY 11, 1907. ANADARKO VICTOR Ol)S Home Team Won First Game of Season Played on Local Ground. In a well-played gamo, con sidering tho hard ground, tho Anadarko team beat Hobart yes terday with a score of 5 to 4. Anadarko shut tho visitors out in tho first inning, and Cussen led off with a 2-baee hit that started the boys in good shape. Inkin ish, following, fanned out, but Parker scored Cussen with a three-bagger, that looked mighty good to the looal rooters. O'Neil and Bidwell were put out in or der, and tho first inning olosed with a soore of 1-0 in favor of the home team. In tho eeoond inning, Lyons led off for Hobart with a single, and Davis struok out. Chesher connected and Hay, the pitoher, advanood to first on being hit by a pitohed ball. McDowell with a two-bajger brought in Lyons and noshor, and Terry, tho next man hit dafely. Dondanville took first on balls, filling tho bases. Then Bartlett's hit to the infiel...

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 May 1907

M flJHI ' I esexsaajSZScixt.saaxaasmmMsaasii w E won't quote you Kansas City Prices. We are giving you ANA DARKO PRICES! The Kimball Piano 'is too well known to the peo- pie of this country to need long explanations about their good qualities The Kimball Plan Means the Greatest, Best and Most Excellent Opportunity WWssssMsssMClMissBssssMlsBMBjssBWBssssssasssnBMsssB the people of Anadarko have ever had to secure one of these beautiful instruments. Remember we have in our window a new Foley & Williams Piano that we are offering: at the extremely low price of 1 m I 2 $119.00 TS ft I ft Come In and Get Our Kimball Prices. You Can't Afford To Miss This. Opportunity. A.T THE SAME PLACE J. NY. Youngblood's Store The Daily Democrat (Dnlly except Sunday.) . HERNDON BROS., Publishers. Application innile for entry nt the An adarko, Okla! postolllce as second class mini matter. Mt'llMCIMlTION iiatich: Daily, by carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mail, per year, $8.00 Weekly, by mull, per year...

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 May 1907

Wouldn't The Fur If the names and addressses of every one that has bought a piano in Anadarko be pub lished stating the style, of piano each individual bought and the price they paid; would not Mr. . y , So and So feel "sore" when he found that the dealer he thought was his personal friend had charged him $ 1 00 dollars more than he had charged some one else for the same piano, and would not Mrs. So and So want to pull somebody's hair when she found that instead of hav : : ing bought the piano $50 cheaper than anybody else in the world ever did buy that piano mat sne naa paia qou more than her neighbor who lives only three blocks away? And so it would be "an awful time" as the parrot said, after his brush with the cat and the monkey. People would find they would not have Jo leave Anadarko and go to distant points to discover that some one else had bought the same piano for less money, but to think that right in their home town under their very nose one persons money is worth onl abo...

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 May 1907

NOTICE FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION Tho votora of Caddo county, proposod stato of Oklnhoma, will tnlro notioo that tho Domooratic Contral Committoo of tho propos ed Btato of Oklahoma, hns oullod a primary olcotion for tho pur pose of nominating candidates for tho variouB Btato offioors to bo voted for at tho noxt general olootion to bo held on Juno 8, 1007, polls to bo oponed from 0 o'olook a. m. and to cIobo at 0 o'olook p. m. on said day. Said oloction shall be hold at tho fol lowing voting prooincts in said county: Notice of Primary Election Tho voters of tho ICth Judicial District of the proposed stato of Oklahoma, oompoBed of tho oountioH of Caddo, Grady, Stop lions and Jofforson will tako no tioo that tho Domooratio Central oommitteo of said district has called a primary election in the counties of said distriot for tho purpose of nominating u candi date of tho domooratio party for tho oifioo of Distriot Judgo for Bnid distriot to bo votod tor at tho next gonoral olootion; ...

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. — 13 May 1907

The Daily Democrat VoL. J. ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. MAY 13, 1907. No, 97 THE REPUB LICAN GAME ANADARKO BUNCH Must Revise Constitution, Meas ure Will Undoubtedly Be Turned Down Washington, May 11 There will bo no statehood for Okla homa and Indian Territory under tho constitution as now formulat ed. The only way the democrats can savo statehood is to reassem ble tho convention and oliminato tho gerrymander and other ob noxious provisions. This in formation comes direot from tho White House. While the offioial copy of con stitution promised the president by Chairman Murray has not arrived, the president has been advised of oDjootionable features known to be in it, and declares in tones that could not be mis understood in effootthatho would 11 turn the constitution down." He may havo something more to say along tho line when the offi oial copy reaohoB him, or he may let ouuretary Taft express the administration's position at the Tulsa convention. Democratic leaders are adver ...

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. — 13 May 1907

cr Li B w&MsummiiamwNvssmxTwrmr 117E won't quote you Kansas City Prices. We are giving you ANA- I Tf DARKO PRICES! The Kimball Piano is too well known to the peo ple of this country to need long explanations about their good qualities The Kimball Plan Means the Greatest, Best and Most Excellent Opportunity the people of Anadarko have ever had to secure one of these beautiful instruments. Remember we have in our window a new Foley & Williams Piano that we are offering" at the extremely low price of s $119.00 i r & I 1 .6, Come . In and Get Our Kimball Prices. You Can't Afford To Miss This Opportunity. ATT TTHEE SAME PLACE J. M. YoungbloocFs Store The Daily Democrat (Dnily except Sunday.) HERND0N DUOS., Publishers. Application made for entry at the An adarko, Okla! pontoilke as second claw mail matter, HIMISCIlirriON ItATKSI Daily, Ij carrier, por week, . . 10c Daily, by mail, per year, $8.00 Weeuly, by mail, par year, $1.00 Can Aiuulai'ko play bull? Well, wo guess yes. Th...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 13 May 1907

CAN AFFORD JL Still more pleasant to have the repu- qHRBffiV tation of being "The Piano Store that mrl is always lowest in price." WzzLMmmF "MBt TO SM II T PULL.... It is a gratifying thonght to known "The Piano Store that is Largest and Always the Best' We Save You From $50.00 to $150.00 on a Piano. Wo have put our foot down upon the commission graft in the piano busi nosa. No one gets a commission for bringing or sending a customer into this store, Wo save that for the buyer and wo give it to the buyer. It'B a square deal we offer. Wo know you'll like it. We do not mark our pianos at a high time price and give a big discount to each customer, but it is easily proven that after other stores have gotten through making all of their discounts our prioes still'offer the most to the cus tomer for his money. Tho following prices on Pi anos will not fail to interest the careful buyer, and they tell tho story of our success: $125 $225 $310 $330 $500 Wc selll new Bsrmore PianoB at A hew sty...

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. — 13 May 1907

NOTICE FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION Tho votora of Caddo county, proposed stato of Oklahoma, will tako notioo thai tho Domooratio Central Committoo of tho propos ed stato of Oklahoma, has callod a primary olootion for tho pur- poso of nominating oandidalos for tho various stato offioerB to bo votod for at the next gonoral olootion to bo held on Juno 8, 1007, polls to bo oponed from 0 o'olook a. m. and to oloso at 0 o'clock p. m, on said day. Said election shall bo hold at tho fol lowing voting procinots in said county: Notice of Primary Election Tho votora of tho 15th Judicial DiBtriot of tho proposod state of Oklahoma, composed of tho oountiofl of Caddo, Grady, Stop lions and Jofforson will tako no tioo that tho Domooratio Central committoo of said distriot has oallod n primary election in tho counticB of Baid distriot for tho purposo of nominating a oandl dato of tho domooratio party for tho offioo of Distriot Judgo for suid district to bo votod tor at tho next gonoral olootion;...

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. — 14 May 1907

The Daily Democrat VOL. 1 ANADARKO. CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. MAY J 4. 1 907. No, 98 FACTS AND FIGURES The Truth About The Gerry mander. How the Apportion ment Was Made The much talked of domooralio gerrymander of tho legislative dietriots for tho proposed New St.ro of Oklahoma has boon tho subject or many animated con versations. The honest voterB, searching for the truth, has often boon lost in the sea of bewilder ment. With no littlo labor and time, I have gathered dates nnd figures showing the present ap portionment to tho legislature of Oklahoma Territory ;to the legis lature of tho proposed State of Oklahoma; and tho apportion ment to Congross under statohood This date. I will submit to the oandid consideration of tho honest voter, searching for tho whole truth, I will first give tho appor tionment in the lower house of the Legislature as proeontly con stituted undor our territorial form then as it will be under statohood; and then last our representation in Congress undor stato...

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. — 14 May 1907

Hl MRVR'n Hnl U h Ud YI7E won't quote you ff DARKO ple of this The Kimball Plan Means the Greatest, the people of Anadarko have ever had to secure one of these beautiful instruments. Remember we have in our window a new Foley & Williams Piano that we are offering at the extremely low price of Come In and rtifixmszcaara J. M. Youngblood's S The Dailv Democrat (Dnily except Sumlny.) HEKNDON HKOS., Publishers. Application mndu for entry at the An adarko, Oklu: postollico 118 second claw mail nmttor. HUIISCHII'I'ION HATHS: Dnily, Lj enrrier, per week, 10c Dnily, liy mail, peryonr, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year, $1.00 The Alessage of Taf t Tho pro-statehood shud dors mid confusions luivo brought us nil into n. frnino of mind where wo wait for Mr. Tuft's speech at Tulsa on .June (, next, with con siderable anxiety. If speak ing as the mouth-piece of J'rt'sid. nt Roosevelt. Mr. Tuft- takes except ion lo the constitution, it will not, be too Into to reassemble I ho the convention then...

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. — 14 May 1907

HHffiffi TCXBfi&a ySmSeSv Kjv!ralBWjSMjiHy ; M& '. N AFFOR Still more pleasant to have the repu tation of being "The Piano Store that is always lowest in price.' m mm-M m simi SMI! F as it is a gratifying thought to known 'The Piano Store that is Largest and Always the Best' We Save You From $50,00 io $150.00 on a Piano. tir i ..i ... fnl i1nmn nnnn Yt e nnmmiDQinn rrnn f f in fnA niiinn mini WO I1ILVU JUl UUf lUUVi IJUWH UJUU wiv uuiui.i.uu.w.. b... ... ... j, - . ne"3. No ono gets a commission for bringing or sending a customer into this store, Wo save that for the buyer and wo givo it to tho buyer. It's a square deal we offer. We know you'll like it. Tin following priivi iui I ano.s will not I'.ul n inicn-r the careful hu.vtf. mmiI they tell the story of our m :((.-: Wo do not mirk our pianos at a high timo price and give a big discount to eaoh customer, but it is easily proven that after other stores have gotten through making all of their discounts our prices still offe...

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. — 14 May 1907

NOTICE FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION Tho voiora of Caddo county, proposed Btato of Oklahoma, will luko no'ico Hint tho Domocratio Central Conumltoo of tho propos ed Etno of Oklahoma, has called a primary election for tho pur- nunu of iiuuiitiulinir candidates for tho various statu offioors to bo votud for at tho noxt goncral oloctioii to be hold on Juno 8, 1007, pullu to bo opondd from (J o'olook a. m. and to cloao at 0 o'clock p. m. on said day. Said election shall bo held at tho fol lowing voting precincts in said oounty : 10th day of Juno 1007. G. V. Barefoot U. R. Herndon Notice of Primary Election Tho voters of tho 15th Judicial District of tho proposed sUto of Oklfthoma, composed of tho oountios of Caddo, Grady, Stop hons and Jefferson will tako no tioo that tho Domooratio Central oommittoo of said distriot has oallod a primary oleo'ion in tho counties of wild district for tho purposo of nominating i candi datoof tho domooralic party for tho offioo of Distriot Judgo for Baid...

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. — 15 May 1907

m ,feb. jmfc-" The Daily mocrat. VOL. 1 ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, MAY 15. J 907. NO, 9 9 De m OF OBSTACLES Kingfisher Man Thinks Consti tutional Convention Should Meet at Once , P S Naglo of Kingfisher, who is registered at tho Lee, Oklaho ma City, discussing- tho legal complications which havo arisen make an election impobsiblo, un der present conditions, said last night: "It seemB to mo that the dan ger that confronts us ari60Bfrom two aourooB," ai'id Mr. Nacle laet night. "First Iron; legal complications arising over coun ty boundary lineB in Oklahoma. Second adverse action on tho part of tho president if it is true that the legislative apportion ment amounts to a(d'8franchiee merit of tho voti ra in certain districts. "Until tho legal complications are removed the governor will not call an election. No roason ab.o person can a&k an officer to perform an act from which ho ia unjoined by tho courts. There aro but two ways to romovo this compilation. One ia by the clow...

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. — 15 May 1907

T" CM THEY ARE HERE . W-j IBgEUI ! rs Come Out Aid See Our New Stock Of Kimb&Jls mmmmm MBHanlBk mmimm hm t , . . .; , . -. z I KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL i ..'I -; KIMBALL! The'Dailv Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) IIEUNDON HKOS., l'ublishors. Application mado for entry nt the An adarko, Oklai poatotllco as second claw mail matter. Sl'llrtCIIIPriON HATHHI Dally, I j carrier, per weok, 10c Daily, by mail, pur year, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, per your, $1.00 The Panconst Decision vlMio constitutional con vention nmy not fool much plunstivc in realizing that the carpet-bag judiciary of Okla homa has the last word in determining what and how the state shall bo, but the rmmiitntinii makers will have to accept the situation if we get a vote on statehood August (. To appeal from u Judge who was deciding on on the side of his salary and his sympathies is all very well, bin. it is not important to the general welfare that this ruling bo combatted since no ni'iny ...

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. — 15 May 1907

(I TEN DAYS MORE TO BUY THE PIANO There is no need of you waiting until the last day to makeyour selection. The prices marked on each instrument are as low today as they will be the last day. The Jenkins Plan is a greater protection to you; if you do not understand why it is, come in and see us and we will tell you why. You can get some idea of our business when we tell you that We Sell A PIANO, ORGAN or PIANOLA Every Sixty Minutes A small dealer cannot give as much for a dollar as a large concern can. The man who sells only two pianos a week cannot af ford to charge as small a profit as we do. The Jenkins Plan means you are buying from a concern that has been in business in Kansas City; Mo., for over twenty seven years. Come now while we have a nice line for you to select from. M i u U The New Steinway, wK'ch we sell for The New Ludwig l Co. The New Vose & Sons, The New Elburn Style Hr " The New Scha.effer The New Baurmore K U it u u ( t tt ti ? 330 rfSEj. Jtfl A small cash pay...

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. — 15 May 1907

J NIMGLFOII DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION 'Tho volora of Cnddo county, proposed Btnto of Oklnhoma, will tako notico thai tho Democratic Central Committee of tho propos ed atnto of Oklahomn, hns cullod nprimary election for tho pur ptiBo of nominating oapdldnteB for tho various Btato offioorH to bq voted for at tho next gonera! election to bo held on Juno 8, 1007, pqllB, to bo oponsd from 0 ololook (T. ra. and to closo at 0 olclook p. m. on Baid day. Said oteolion shall bo held at tho fol lowing voting precincts in said county : I Notice of Primary Election KTho votorB of thn 15th Judicial District of llio proposed bt.ito of Oklahoma,, composed of tho oountioH df-Caddo, Grady, Step hens and .ieffor&on will take no- tico that tho Demooratio Central committee of Baid district line oalled a primary tins' ion in tho oBuiitius of hi id diBtiiot for tho purposo of nominating u candi date of the demooratio party for tjie effioo of District Judge for em id distriot to be voted tor at tho n...

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. — 16 May 1907

mocrat VoL. l ANADARKO. CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, MAY 16, 1907. NO, J 00 The Daily De KANSAS CITY COMMERCIALS Entertained At the McAninch Presented With the Key of City, an Eye'Opener The Kansas City Commercial Club Trade Extension Boosters, pulled into Anadarko last night an hour late, but found -their welcome just aB cordial. Tho party was laid out an hour at one of tho southern townB be cause of an aooident. The Riverside Band Btruok in to a march as thfc tiain, nino coaches long, drow in on tho Lawton traok. In a few moments the train was alongside tho depot platform, and tho visitors getting an experience of tho Southwest ern welcome. The whole town was a party tc it, and osoorted tho Kansas City people up to the business section, and later to tho Opera house, where the visitors took a part in entertaining us. Tho MoAninoh waB packed, and thero was no loud slumbering such as varied the program of the night before. The Kansas City crowd has a quintette of singers and Zimmer 60hied...

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. — 16 May 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) HERNDON HUOS., Publishers. Application made for entry at the An udarko, Okla- postoinco iih second cIhrh mall matter. Hi;ilHCIIIIrIlUN IIATItHl Daily, 1 carrlor, pur weolc, 10c Daily, ly mall, nor year, $3.00 Weekly, liy mall, per year, $1.00 Did you notice the Demo crat sign, mounted .yester day? Anndarko i.s always up with the procession, and generally ahead. The Key present o.'I to the visitors last night, constituting such an eye-opener, was the idea of Max (loldman, the popular clothier; and the key was made by Mr. Stelzner him self. The Visitors It is a matter for con gratulation that our people turned out last night to en tertain the Kansas City Commercial club visitors in the way they did. These gentlemen have visited many towns and will visit many towns and will visit more in their 1800 miles journey, yet it issafe to say that Anndarko will stick in their memory among them all. In fact last night proved an "eye opener" for them, and...

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. — 16 May 1907

H7IS)I THEY ARE HERE SS25E53i3a3I275SE3E3 I Conve 0 ui Aid See Our New Stock Of KimbaJls i erff erf erf You know what the Kimball Pianos are, if there is anyone th it don't, ask your next door neighbor, its 1 0 to 1 that she can tell you. We may be laboring under a "delusion" but we have been of the opinion that the people of Anadarko and Caddo County would rather invest their money in a Piano than a Plan. You would rather have a first class Piano "Mixed Up In It" wouldn't you? Come now and see these beautiful instruments and get our. prices. Low Prices Easy Terms See the New Foley & Williams Piano in our window which we advertise at $ 1 1 9.00. Don't Delay. These pianos will not be here long Come first and get your choice. KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL J. M. Yomgbloods Store iCSSBKBMBm KmnarxcrmtTKmrr&zzni?icc?3ttzwm..,iiymsKn a KIMBALL! KIMBALL! BALDWIN & GIBBS Wo want tenants for several irms. We want a buyer for u good usiness lot close in, ...

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. — 16 May 1907

febaattuausaguawiTngiEaca TEN DAYS MORE TCTBOTTHE PIANO There is no need of you waiting until the last day to make your selection.. The prices marked on each instrument are as low today as they will be the last day. The Jenkins Plan is a greater protection to you; if you do not understand why it is, come in and see us and we will tell you why. You can get some idea of our business when we tell you that We Sell A PIANO, ORGAN or PIANOLA Every Sixty Minutes j A small dealer cannot give as much for a dollar as a large concern can. The man who sells only two pianos a week cannot af- i ford to charge as small a profit as we do. The Jenkins Plan means you are buying from a concern that has been in business in Kansas City; Mo., for over twenty seven years. Come now while we have a nice line for you to select from. The New Steinway, The New Ludwig Co. The New Vose & Sons, The New El burn Style H, The New Scha.effer The New Ba.rmore which we sell for $ 500 a i 10 " " " " ' 360 41 " " 225...

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