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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 17 May 1907

1 The Daily De mocrat. roL. J. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. MAY 17. 907. NO, 10 1 I" & 1DARK0 CORNET BAND us Organized Last Night With Eighteen Members. Last night, those in the city ntorested in the formation of a ind mot at tho Democrat offioo id organized. Net result: Ana flirko has a band this morning at will be getting out music in e shortest possible time. Ana- irko generally manages to keep tho head of the procession, hero u bund is sorely needod tit of all. She is well provided r in that linenov.. Answering tho little notice pub- 'ihed in the Democrat, seventeen bung men came together lust ght, meaning business. They iobo Mr. Goldman as chairman i tho meeting and Mr. Herndon Ii temporary Beoretary, and ien proceeded to organize, hoir names follow: E A. Kunkel, Arthur Colbath, W. Ross, Wullaco Sohram, fan Dolde, Harry Brown, (Juy fopplewell. LeRoy Rogers, E. N ales, G. C. Piatt, Jerry Fowler, lenry White, D. H. Montgomery . W, Brackman, Joe Rogers, J. otebstein and J...

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. — 17 May 1907

The Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) HEHNDON BKOS., Publishers. Application mtulo for entry nt tho An adurko, Oklai postoilicc as second clnan mall mattci. HI.'IIHCIIIITION llVTHHt Dally, Ly carrier, per week, 10c 1tftllJTa fc. J V(llliui v "-ui Daily, by mail, por year, Weekly, by mall, per year, ..$1.00 We Move Along Tho organization of a livo band last night in such an enthusiastic way should bo a cause for congratulation to every booster among Anadarko's boosting busi ness men. The citizens have often felt tho need of a good band, and on occasions whero wo have just had to have one, a call has been inado on the Riverside fn dinn school. The Indian boys have always responded nobly but at some trouble and inconvenience to them selves. Now, we will soon have tho best band in southwest Oklahoma for that is what the gentlemen interested pur pose to make it and instead of having to hire bands from other citizens or borrow from our friends across the river, we will bo able to grac...

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. — 17 May 1907

THEY ARE HERE ,, j jlliy3rc7Tl.V?.l'AJ.3Zl tig j'jhmu: uluv v ji.!. - jj maiarem:-? limi Come Out Aivd See Our New Stock Of Kimbodls .d & Z&fal &3& & You know what the Kimball Pianos are, if there is anyone th i': don't, ask your next door neighbor, ils 1 0 to I 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 s:e these beautiful instruments and get our prices. . L-ow Prices Easy Terms See the New Foley & Williams Piano in our window which we advertise at $1 19.00. Don't Delay. These pianos will not be here long Come first and get your choice. N KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL KIMBALL 'KIMBALL J. M. Yoingblood s Store rnAXJim. ft MHi'A I saxana KIMBALL! KIMBALL! BALDWIN & GIBBS We want tenants for several farms. We want ...

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. — 17 May 1907

lffflim- M Jl,l J II JT faf M IKMUJH irWWhllimWUMWMHIlWWIH ! I a ...i. hi i . - . -i rxfwfvuujvvxaYxAmiurriiiumiKiiHHaBBWBELnr 1 'i hvi i i s r u hi i. 73TC23HKH3I OF GUARANTEED 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 required to have. Below we tell you more of a few Pianos of which we are especially proud: THE PERFECTION STEINWAY Thane who are mtut competent to judge concede that the Stolnway I'inno is tho boat in tlio world; profonting to iU admirers n complntoneee, an urtUttc llnlih nought for in vain in other pianos. This individuality is tho ripe product of (growth, of evolution, of artistic atmosphoro. A thuuMiiid llfo-trtiinI workmen, arlliinn of the highest type are re quired to produce tho Stoinway. No one of them alone can accomplish the task; it take thorn all working harmoniously from year to year. Knch part, aen ami unse...

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. — 18 May 1907

The Daily Democrat Vol. j ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. MAY 16. 1907. NO, 102 MgMMt-MvnjtgawitigffiiTaggwKryiawBrCTa wmi T,wr.&rmwuiimiHi.Ti.tui,wiiu ijw Pits lid $12.50 Worth $15.00 $12.51 Worth $15.00 Anadarko's Largest Clothing Distributators An elaborate showing of Men's Suits, fine Worsteds, Serges and Cassimers. Beautirully trimmed and finshed, hand some pattern in either single or double breasted styles. We recommend and guarantee these suits to give excellent service and equal to any $15.00 Suit. Choice Copyright 1905 by Hart SchatTner &- Marx $12.50 Watch Our Window Display. We Undersell Bit Do Not Undervalue YOVNGHEIM One Price GlotHing House INADARKQ LOST OUT a Featureless Game Yester day, the Home Team Was Shut Out. Anadarko and Frederiok oroBS 1 bate yesterday afternoon tor Bio firht of throQgaraoH. A strong )uth wind swept noroas the dia- ond, making it hard for the ttters. Consequently, there ere no earnea rune, WeiBing- I- and 'fuller played short stop id...

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. — 18 May 1907

The Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) HEKNDON IJKOS., Publishers. Application mado for entry at tho An- ...i 1. rvl.ln ntnf11n(i na anrvmil second class mail matter. HUIIHCIMITION IlATl'.HI Dally, Ly carrier, per weok, Dally, by mail, pur year, Weekly, by mnil, per year, 10c $3.00 $1.00 To Remember Always ThnX tho railroads, tho coal trusts, and tho preda tory interests generally are intnrnHlml m nrovoiitinjr a v'oto on statehood. That tho county boundary strife is forniented, and technicalities raised for in terested purposes. That when tho conven tion changes back tho coun ty boundaries, othor excuses will bo cooked up and run through ilutlgo Panconst's hopper if possible. That the people must got a voto on self government beforo December 1st or thoy will never got it. That the man who talks anything to you othor than self-government for Okla homa is politically oitnor a craftor or a fool, or takes you to bo one. That tho constitution can and will be changed to fit the best in...

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. — 18 May 1907

THEY ARE HERE T-".T.l.'jr?TarMgTE-vjv.T. i tr i Come Out Aid See Our New Stock Of KimboJls i &p You know what the Kimball Pianos are, if there is anyone th 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 Xer-ms . See the New Foley & Williams Piano in our window which va 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.Y blood s Store KBaKKKSUxcam? ;CnSrE!rKSB9HEHiZXS KIIYiB :--:jrj;..jTtv:irbi'iTOw;;yviiTaTSgTn.WtfkJUat Jrm JL JL KIMB ALL! IHgESaa2WH3333BEBBS22KiE Bgsw giwaagT.i:y; ;:u.-si 2Z53EraX3iaSK32BSKaS BALDWIN...

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. — 18 May 1907

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmnazasJuamiimmmamxmaBmnmmmm iiiiiim wmm,mtMnmmaKmmmimamBMiiuiuJimLmmammmmm OF GUARANTEED 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 required to have. Below we tell you more of a few Pianos of which we are especially proud: THE PERFECTION STEINWAY Thoio who arc most competent to judge concede that tho Stoinway l'iano 18 tnc UUSt In 1110 worm; jiruBtjnuiij; lu iih uuniuuia u i(jiuiiuii:iii:, an artUtic finish sought for in vain in othor piano. This individuality la tho ripo product of growth, of evolution, of iirtistic atmosphore. A thouiand iife-trninod workmen, urtiaians of the highest type are re quired to produce the Steinway. No one of them alone can accomplish tho task; it tnkoa thorn all working hnrmoniouBly from year to year. Each part, seen and unseen, must be wrought carofully, lovingly; then all tho parts must be 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. — 20 May 1907

The Daily Democrat t vi?7 MASONIC LLu Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Temple an Guthrie Tho two hundred thousand dollar Masonic Temple of tho ' Anoiont and lecepted Scottish Rite Masons, loci ted at Guthrio, Oklahoma, is ncaring completion ; and it will be dedicated during their Reunion to bo held on the 28th, 29th and 30th day of May, 1007, tho servioo heing hold on tho evening' of tho 20th. During tho exercises, the Soonry and Costumes will be ueed,whioh will afford the Ladies an opportunity to inspect our full equipment. After the degree work of oaoh day the evening will bo devoted to the entertainment of tho wives, mothers, sisters and daughters of all candidates and Members of tho Soottish RiteBcdy. On the night of the 28th there will be a Musical or Play by the Dramatio Talent of Oklahoma University. The evening of tho 30th will bo devoted to a Formal Banauet and Entertainment, at whioh the ladies will be present. On the evening of tho 27th, Albert Pike Lodge, Number Sixty,...

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. — 20 May 1907

-r The Daily Democrat (Daily oxcopt Sunday.) HEHNDON HKOS., PublUhoni. Application mado for entry at the An adarko, Oklai postollko as econl class tnall matter. HIMIHCHIITION IIATIHI Dally, Ly carrior, por week, . . 10c Dnllv. liv mail. tar voar. . .$8.00 Weekly, by mail, per year, $1.00 Tho saviours of statehood arc on every street corner. The editorial writers of Oklahoma were ainusod the other day at tho Oklahoma Post's showing' up of one of tho multitude of lios th Guthrie State Capital is gotting out. It seonm that tho State Capital is getting so raw that the honorable organs of its party are com pelled to call a halt. The Oklahoma Post, hasn't got a territorial printing graft to make in dishonest and would hardly make a l)ui noss of putting out wilful misstatement of facts. That Celebration The Democrat hopes that whon our annual jubilee in given, it will bo scheduled to take up three days instead of one. There is no reason why wo could not have a barbecue and a. big speaking ...

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. — 20 May 1907

BALDWIN Jc GIBBS Wo want tenants for several farms, We w.nnt a buyer for a good business lot closo in, suitable -for a redidenoe at S1C5. J Wo ant a buyer for some good second hand lumber. BALDWIN A GIBRd. 8 5 tf Amidarko, Okie Lost North l3t Seotion 12, Range (5, to-psl.ip 9, one buy filley two veaia old, main bob and tail. I will give five dollurs for any in 'orma'tion leading to her recovery. 54 tf V. M. Whitr "Work Harness Buy your work harneiB now while you have plenty of timo uiako a oaroful selection. In order to get goitd result, inane hat selection at Scott A Sen's For Rent Sale Or Exchanoe for a farm. The Avonue Hotel. Call on me at ray place of bu&N ns. 9. 8. ARN d A w 75 Skagi?e Bros, have it, Blankets World Fair Coffee in one pound air-tight bags. Prioe 20, 25, 30, 35, -10 and 45 cents per pound. Phone 92. 8-1 tf . For Rent Good four room house. Enquire of Ed N. Kaiser 79tf Desk Room In tho Demoorat office, corner Court House Square, terms rea sonable. Hiawatha PoBt...

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. — 20 May 1907

ty Surety ox Bonds TMIQ 'T'HOSE who nro required to give Bonds in positions of trust, and whordosiro to avoid asking friends to become their sureties, or who may, wish to relievo friends from fur ther obligations as bondsmon, should apply in person or by etter to FREEMONT BOYLE, Anadarko, Oklahoma. aount rou .ytmeriecin tfurettf 'Company. ff JL C'u'itai, fu.non.oon. Wood & YlcKLnigHt 1 -JL-- mmmmmiKmm'amimammmmmmmaBmiBmmmtmm m 3 Your opportunity to select a piano from a line of the world's best market is now. No firm in the United States can afford to go into a market where the demand is small and continue to offer the values we are offering in Anadarko, for any considerable length of lime. Who else in the new state of Oklahoma will sell you a Steinway, a Voce or a Ludwig Piano at the low prices we are offering during this sale. During the past ten days a few have taken advantage of our offer and have been made happy by the purchase of a piano from the Jenkins stock; but we know...

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. — 21 May 1907

The De mocrat oL. . ANADARKO, CADDO COlNTY. OKLAHOMA. MAY 21. 190?-. No, J04 H m Hfc nil m W arm m 1 w 'i ! 3 t IEZSiKJ15i2I irnHTTTTHn TnoTrrrTriiiTr'iTTrTrTifrfTTyri'irrftttTiTB!' irajEnautnAi'UiJiEri3znmmiEr?asEa Your opportunity to select a piano from a line of the world's best market is now. No firm in the United States can afford to go into a market where the demand is small and continue to offer the values we are offering in Anadarko, for any considerable length of time. Who else in the new state of Oklahoma will sell you a Steinway, a Voce or a Ludwig Piano at the low prices we are offering during this sale. During the past ten days a few have taken advantage of our offer and have been made happy by the purchase of a piano from the Jenkins stock; but we know that if the good people of this town could be brought to an understanding of the saving that can be effected by their purchasing the piano now, not one piano would be left by Saturday night of the present week. We apprec...

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. — 21 May 1907

The , Daily Democrat (Daily oxcopt Sunday.) HEUNDON I1R0S., Publlihors. AniillcH'.ton made for entry nt the An adarko, Oklni poitofflco n econd clniM mall manor. Mt'llHCllllM'ION HATIISi Dally, 1 J currier, pr week, . Qfd&, by mail, per year, V'e1y. Uy mnll, jiur year, 10c iz.oo Ji.oo The Auditing Report We believo that wo ought not to characterize tho re port of the auditing com mitlG3 aa being incoimeqinnt ial, vague, indellnile, uin atourish, as well as partisan notwithstanding tho fact that a careful study of the report will show all those characteristics. 1 1 is nearly rosomblcs what an expert accountant would have turned in one-third of the time as a canvas-covered ham resembles a cataract. It states that tho police judge's record show many cases of Hues turned over to tho city marshal for collec tion, and does not specify tho names or amounts, leav ing poor Mr. Denny unin formed as to tho sums thoy evidently presume ho has shoved into tho bosom of his capacious trousers. ...

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. — 21 May 1907

BALDWIN & GIBBS Wo want tenants for Bovornl farms, i Wo want a buyer for a good business lot oloeo'in, suitable for a roBidenoo at S105. Wo want a buyer for some good second hand lumber. BALDWIN & GIBBS. 8 5 tf Amditrko, Okla Lost North East Section 12, Rango 0, township 0, one bay filley two years old, main bob and tail. I will givo five dollars for any in formation leading to her recovery. 54 tf V. M. White Work Harness Buy your work harness now while you have plenty of time make a careful selection. In order to get good rosults, make that selection at Scott & Son's For Rent Sale Or Exchange for a farm. Tho Avenue Hotel. Call on me at my place of busi ness. S. S. Arn d & w 75 Skaggs Bros, have it, Blankes World Fair Coffee in one pound air-tight bags, Price 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 and 45 contB per pound. Phono 92. 81 tf. For Rent Good four room house. Enquiro of Ed N. Kaiser 70tf Desk Room In the Democrat office, cornor Court House Square, terms rea sonable. Hiawatha Po...

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. — 21 May 1907

Report of Auditing Committee i.imhw muym Surety ox Bonds 'T'HOSE who arc required to give Bonds in positions of A trust, and who.'dosirc to avoid asking friends to become thoir surotioa, or who may wish to rollove f rionds from fur thor obligations ns bondsmen, should apply In poison or by otter to FREEMONT BOYLE, Anaderko, Oklahoma. AdHNT lt II .ylmeriean 6uretn 'Gompamf. CUont from page 1) DO YO W Sent 1905 To amount from Cemetery fund CO 00 50 00 80 00 148 78 108 78 M2 00 JUJll 25 40 75 UV Mlllb ill licnsuijf jij'i.. v w By balance Comotory Fund ' Sept 1005 By amt to Ilmurgonoy fund July 1800 To amt from ealary fund By amt in treasury Apr 8 1007 To bulanoo in treasury 50 00 50 00 148 78 108 78 120 00 10 Capital t!,RO(MHH), faSEIEEHS h Calling Cards Leller Heads Envelopes Note Heads Business Cards Statements ANY PRINTING From a Local To a Four Page Ad. Come In And See Our Work And $ WATCH VS Do It. We Guarantee All Work. A Want Ad In The Demo crat Brings Returns. T H E EMOCRAT I 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. — 22 May 1907

The Daily Democrat VoL. j. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. MAY 22. 1907. No, 105 Dr. Geo. 0. Johnson In coming before the people ub ma oandidato for the office of State senator, budjoci to me uomu oratio primary, I desire to an nounce that if nominated and olooted to that important office of lru3t, I Bliall dfvote my utmost energy to serve the people and help to enact such laws as will subserve their best interest, I am in favor of Government for tho whole peopl, special favors to none, tariff for revenue only, no trust, no subsidies. The millionaires of the past 40 years have nearly all amasBed their wealth through special govern ment legislation. We poBB08H the richest terri tory that has over been admitted to the Union. In population larger than half of the States, representing the youth and en ergy of many states. In production of wheat, oats, ootton, corn, and tho wealth of coal mines, oil and gas, we are among the richest of all the states. To help formulate laws to pro tect...

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. — 22 May 1907

The Daily Democrat (Daily oxcopt Sunday.) HBHNDON BROS., Publishers. Application madu for entry at the An adarko, OklaJ pottofllco ns second class mull mnttor. Hi;ilMCUII'IION UATHHI Dully, ly enrrier, por weak, 10c Daily, by mall, jwr yewr, 3.0 Wuakly. by mail, ixsr year, . $1.00 The State Capitol's Wane. Saturday noon a Repub lican candidate for a county ofllce, in speaking of the Guthrie-Stato Capital, said that ho would not rend the "lying; sheet." The above view of the State Capital is shared in by many Jlopublicuns here.and, doubtless, elsowhore. When this statehood fight is won, and tho liugh mass of lies spattered out by tho Stato Capitol in its fruitless effort to fool tho pcoplointo a vote against self government, havo all come homo to roost, wo think that tho Stato Capital will lapse into a state akin to nothingness. It is near that now, as far as influence over tho mind of tho plain, everyday voter te concorncd. Of course wo all under stand that tho real reason for tho S...

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. — 22 May 1907

BALDWIN & GIBBS Wo want tenants for several farms. We want a buyer for a good business lot oIobo in, suitable for a residonoe at S195. Wo want a buyer for some good second hand lumber. BALDWIN & GIBBS. 85 tf Anadarko, Okla Lost North East Section 12, Range 6, townphip 0, one bay filley two years old, main bob and tail. I will give five dollars for any in formation leading to her recovery. 51 tf V.M.White Work Harness Buy your work harness now whilo you have plenty of time make a careful selection. In order to get good results, make that selection at Scott & Son's For Rent Sale Or Exchange for a farm. The Avenue Hotel. Call on mo at my place of busi ness. S. S. Arn d & w 75 Skaggs Bros, have it, Blankes World Fair Coffee in one pound air-tight bags, Price 20, 25( 30, 35, 40 and 45 centB per pound. Phone 02. 81 tf. For Rent Good four room house. Enquire of Ed N. Kaiser 70tf Desk Room In the Demoorat office, corner Court House Square, termB rea sonable. Hiawatha Postal ...

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. — 22 May 1907

Jefferson Township. Mr. Joo Murphy Bpont Sunday with Mrs. Will Cullens. The Tolophono raeotingnt Dut ton wiiB well attoiidi'd. Mr. Hiokox of Bingor was in the village of La Oobo last Sun day. 'Another Buster" at Henry Cornett'g; mother and child do ing woll. Mrs. Maud Dunham is spend ing tiio woek nt her sittr, Kate Cornott. Mr. Art Lonion returned homo from Chicago labt week whore ho graduated from the Sohool of Auctionoers. Young Clovoland Walmilay Iimh arrived homo from oollege in Misou.i. where ho graduated Inst winter, and will eonduot his oampaign for County Supt. of sohools. The writer is woll oo quainted with the young man and will say no one will fear but he witlmako good if eleoied. The Cullon sohool closed hist Friday and Mies Maud Gunn, tenohor, gave an entertainment to one of the largest audiences ovor gathered in the district, and was woll exeouted. Miss Gunn has Bhowsd an art in handling aoholars and deserves a groat deal of oredit. Broxton Okla. fit hoi Berlin vinito...

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