ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Daily Democrat, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,196 items from Daily Democrat, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,196 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 5 February 1907

Democrat 4pk Vol. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO CCl'NTY. OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY ?. 1907. No, 14. TO MAKE ROOM FOR. OTHER GOODS lirstclt Up Sales and Knock-Down Sales. Now the Old Reliable, Harper L Frccliiv, will sell you Dry Goods and Shoes ad Cost for 15 Days. I El idiiy Council Proceedings The oity council met last night in regular session and after al lowing bills for saliiriee and in cidentals opened bids for con struction of sidewalks on blocks 34, 35, 37, 38 and 51. Bids wore received from Anadurko curb and walk Co. Joo Connolly, T. L. Evans, Connolly construction co. and R. A. Sullins, but rome bids wero made per square yard and Jinoar foot, and others wro upon tho whole job. It was determin ed to pass ovor tho awards Until tonight to allow an abstract of tho bids to bo prepared in order to determine tho lowest biddors. vm. Reece, agent for w. p. Gnnn, presented ti petition- for fixing 7th Btreot crossing suuthof tho railroad ripht-of-way The offer was made on the part of Mr Gunn to fix 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. — 5 February 1907

ANADARKO DEMOCRAT iHERNDON BROS., Proprietors. OFFICIAL 1'AIMCK OF 'I IMC CITY OF ANAPAKKO, AND CADDO COUNTY. Eaiorud t tho I'ost Olllco at Anailarko, Oklahoma hs Second Clatm', Mall Matter, The eonstitutionnl convention souls ni. Gulhriu lmvo at liwt boon lv.i-jliod by high walpr.just. n littlo "licker" loFi on tJiu surface. Will the voter will it, nil "licker" when they vote on the queHtion. Tho ui'WHpuperH ii nd iiuignlno8 will now proceed to till up on the Thaw nuir (lorcoao Hint is now being thnwotl out in Now YorK. A Jury Iuih nt last been secured eulHclontly hot enough to give it ft ntnrter nnyway. Air. Hrynn i right. Ho says: Do not trust verbal report. Make constitu tion to suit the people and let the Hepub licnns take responsibility of defeating it. fiMitn witw iii mi finmvor to a ouosUon nut i i. n ...,...:.,:,-.,. ,,r (im' goods they ordered long ago. In h in nil I in .1111 Cl'OW . H'OVISIOII O) tllO, J " oonstit.uliou. those who know whore to get it,; once that the effe...

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. — 5 February 1907

I IS i Growing Girls b Growing girls need care, advice and medicine, especially on reaching the age of puberty. A mother's tender care and words of caution will often accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a gentle, safe and reliable strengthening tonic is Wine of Cardui, It will prevent and relieve pain, regulate the functions, clear the complexion and strengthen the constitution. It is a valuable medicine for growing girls. It has tided thousands over a critical period, and saved them from years of suffering. It can never do harm and is sure to do good. A relief or cure for all female disorders in girls and women. At every druggist's in $1.00 bottles. Try it. OLD EL? CATHEDRAL WONDERFUL STRUCTURE PASSES EIGHTH CENTURY MILE STONE. S3 11 JOHN PFAFF & SONS Aradarko, Oklahoma. Buggies aimer If you want a firil class buggy see us; we sell a Good One For $60! MHO WASHING THAT IS WASHING WE use a washing: process in our laundry that requires eight changes of water, ranging from cold to...

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. — 5 February 1907

BCMU.WlMfflH UMM.OHUH in " 3S9ZtOS!l3BZiBEaBiBaS3EBRtiroiXaB ruary 5th, Gordon & Bennett' Superb Production of Their Beautiful Romance of Old Mexico. Slave I ' , r 111! III IIP I Illl .Hi ! Revised Re-written e-embelsshed Scenic &5 Prices: 75-50 35 $5000 INVESTED IN COSTUMES IMPORTED DIRECT FROM MADRID, New Songs and Dances Characteristic of the Time and Place. A great English Speaking Spanish Cast Headed by B Senor I Fernandez ituMNMran EatUJajgoBcnwBrraaMnmaaTOn R. M. HARRIS . CO. The Relieilbles Grocers Carry n complete lino of Staple and Fancy Grocurios, Freshand Cured Meats. Wo Pay the Highest Price for Ebjjs, Butter and Country Produce. Nothing Is Cheap, But The Price MILLER'S Furniture, China Ware, Etc. Sec Those Who Are Closing Out First, THEN COME TO ME, You Will Deal With Ale Every Time. QUALITY and QUANTITY AT BEST PRICES. Rogers' Feed Store See them For Grain, Hay and Feed at Lowest Prices. Ostom Grinding Done Every Day In the Week. ..est Market Price Pain for Co...

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. — 6 February 1907

Democrat. a 11 jLJ3.ifi y VoL. i ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 6, 1907. No, 15. In the lasl 30 days the merchants of our town hava had Clearance Sales, Clean- Up Sales and Knock-Down Sales. Now the Old Reliable, Harper (8l Freelin, will sell you Dry Goods and Shoes a.t Cost for 15 Days. TO MAKE ROOM FOR OTHER GOODS 21 00 " sep sch 181 00 " contg 7 00 , " 32 B0 " P A I 7 50 ' court 27 00 " 148 41 " sal 481 21 " sal 10 70 sup 1 00 " oontg 2 05 " 2 00 " " 22 70 " R & 13 1 85 " sup 92 00 " court 281 80 " sal 200 00 81 4 48 " contg 8 80 " court 28 80 " " 7 00 P & I 20 70 " ' ' ' 7 70 " oontg 1 20 " R & 13 80 40 " ' ' 80 " aup 1 80 " sup 201 SO " P & I 2 10 " sup 110 90 m,t 00 90 oh 9 72 " oontg 3 00 " court 31 80 disallowed COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS 409 E Froy board sep oh 470 D D Uoag caro jail 471 J 8 Thompson postage stumps 472 ' ' " insane to asylum 473 ' ' " attend probuto court 474 ' " dist oourt 475 Jacob Gentry janitor snlary 470 W W Vuughun SHlary &a...

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 February 1907

wP95SF or Former DiamcnJ Stars Now Shine in the South Many Ex-Major Leaguers Can De Found on Teams Delow Mason and Dixon's Line. IBach succeeding year sees halt piny ort who were farmer innjor league stars drift buck Into company not to fat an the National ami American leagues ami American association. Many of the old guard hare passed forever from Uie dlHtnond arena, and only a few of the old timers tire ft 111 In top notch company. Old I'op An jton, (lore, Pfeffer, Dalrymple, William son, Silver I 'II nt and other who con stituted the grout Chicago team of yoara ago are out of the running. Dan llrouthen still docs some piny lug. Parson White, who did nnicli to nmho the old Detroit famous, has passed beyond his usefulness on the bull fluid; Buck ICwIng died recently, f Tennis Champions to Retire. The Dohertys, tennis masters, have announced that they will not compete In the Dnvls cup tennis series next year. They may start In the doubles at Wimbledon against Rlsely nnd Smith. Frict...

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 February 1907

The Ostrich Feather Enjoys Greater Vogue Than Ever Tho wise and daring Investors who transplanted ostrich fanning from Af rica to tlio United States, are congrat ulating themselves now. Thoy are reaping a harvest this winter, such as perhaps they nevor dreamed of, for the plumes of the gawky bird aro nt the top wave of popularity that has lnstod over since tho days when Gainsborough palntod his world-famous beauties with huge hats covered with ostrich foathers. Since that day, If not before It, In fact, tho ostrich plumo has lain very clrse to the feminine heart, but Its vogue this year surpasses all records. The fair votary " Dnmo VaBhlon may array herself in all that Is beau tlful nnd costly, hor dress may bo pur ost silk, her Augers blaze with dia monds, her coat be precious fur, but alio Is not happy unloss tho wholo be tturrounded by a picture hat, with two, three or perhaps four suporb ostrich plumes. It Is almost Impossible for mllllnora to meet the demand for high grade foat...

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 February 1907

AiYa.da.rko DaJly Democrat. IIKKNDON IIKOK., PUIIMHI11CIIH. Entered at the Postofllce at Anadarko, Oklahoma, an Second (Jans Mail Matter. SUHSCKIITION RATES. Dally, by carrier, per week, 10c. By mall, per year, $8.00 A despatch from Tronlon, N. J tlio liorae of tho corporal ioiiB, 'uiiioiuicos the defenl of Senator Drydon yontardjty to auc coed himself as Untied SIiiIoh senator. As Senator Drydnn owned nearly everything in New Jersey, including the honor ol most of the memlnr of former legitilattirei, the caueiiH nominal ion of Kriiuk O. HriggM, equivalent to an election, tdiows that in the East at least, the disposition to unseat the men who stand for managing the people's business in the intersts of predatory corpo rations is growing. Colorado may elect Guggenheim and KaiiRas her Curtis but the square dealer everywhere will take comfort in knowing that the Prudential Life Insurance Company is no longer mak ing laws for the nation. Now lot "Mo Too" Piatt and Ohauncey M. Depew with ...

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 February 1907

ft El s Daily Democrat VoL. J. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, FK&RVARY 7. 1907. No, 16. AKE ROOM FOR. OTHER GOODS tt, adaSSrir Jp Sales and Knock-Down Sales. Now the Old Reliable, Harper . Frceliix, will sell you Dry Goods and Shoes a.t Cost for 15 Days. 0 M fEACIIERS' MEETING OF THE SECOND DISTRICT Tlie county superintendent of lohools, Miss Maude Widaman vent to Fort Cobb this morning ,o attend the distrlot meeting of ,he Cnddo county Teacher Association, to bo hold there on ho Oth instant. This is the third of four district meetings to be held during the year, and tho fourth meeting is appointed for the 2nd of March, at Bridgeport. A report of the proceedings will appear in the Demoorat as soon as it can be furnished. 1 program follows: J2H PROGRAM 11:00 a. r Song Improvement of Homo and So:,ool l'srds ,,Wads"GofE andMtyns'sAgrlouUuro... AT.OaWson Discussion -... . -..Geo. ?. Bryan 1:80 p.m. Music First Lessons in Drawing Discussion - ... Model Reading Class in Third Year....

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 February 1907

w Binger Jan. 5 Mra. Carpontor has(,boon vory sick. Mra. Daughorty ie qutto sick with a bad cold. Fred Uuifilor is ablo to bo nt his work again. Frank Moose is now tlio ugont for tho Rock lalundjat tliis plaoo. D. Stuphona moved into tho home recently vaoutdby L. IS. Lyoni. Bingur pooplo aro being on turluinuri this week.by Mo'b aihI toe's lunt show. John Lookert who lmi been herovititing J. S. Conner went to UhtokMhft today to visit hie nophow. Miwee Ann ie Athfltihurat, Jennie OHtigtn&r. and I5drm LbwIh were buainoea visitor nt Hintnn last week. J. P.Hpton oi Arkansne is now proprietor of the Binger hotel. Mr. Bliinkenehip will move to hit rueidenoo. MitryBell, who hits boon hero visiting her 8iter,Mrs. Winonoll, returned to her homo Ht Groo mont Saturday. Kov. Look and Wifu arrived Thursday from Codnrtown, Ga., answering tho oull of tho con gregation .! otiuroh. Dutton No. i. Jan. 5 BORN To Mr. and Mra. B. G. Church a baby girl, hiBt Sun day. Mra. Nanr.io IC. Akor is visiting...

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 February 1907

Highest Bidders 0 N BIG PASTURE Bidders on Big Pnsturc Lands limy know as as the 18th of this month whether or not thev ire suceesful. early The firm of Stubblofield & Whalin, Lawton, OklH., have mad a careful and correct tabulation of nil the bids and are able to tell eaoh biddur phothea ho 19 the higheat on any quarter or number of quartern un which he made bids. Indorsed By Judge Witteii As shown by the following letter, -I udgo V itten, Supervisor i of r'1 the work pertaining to bici8 on Big Pasture land at Lawton. endorses the system of tabula-1 ... .1 I... C3...RKI.Fl11 .CM IIOIJ UHOU Uy oiuwuioumu u.. AYhalin. i ! vmamraun&r HrnmassfXBxaasrimmm INHUKE WITH OKLAHOMA DBPAHTMBNT U. S. OP THE INTERIOR LAND OFFICE 1007 FeLrmers MutusJ Indemnity Asso'n ofELRENO, ORLAHOMA. Carries Fire, Liithtnirg, Hail, Tornado and Windstorn I n- urance at lowest rates and Prompt Service. LOCAL AGENTS WANTED. ' HEARD ROM HIS PEOPLE re- LAWTOM, OKLA. JAN. 2. Mr. C. K. Canady, Gentrv, Mn Dear...

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 February 1907

They Are Satisfied With YOUNGHEMS BIG REDUCTION SALE which is now in full blast. Those who have attended the sale found everything as was advertised. We here guote a few of the many BARGAINS WE OIFJRHR ON SUITS AND OVERCOATS: .50 Fancy Worsted and Cassimere Suits, Reduction Sale Price U$ $ JLJ 5pl $1.50 Fancy Cassimere and Worsted Suits, fljf 00 ttfA(M 16 - Reduction Sale Price $SU.0d i $101' Hart Schaffner & Marx latest OVERCOATS RAINCOAT S OVERCOATS $13.9 $10.89 $6-8 All of our Boys' and Children's Suits Cut in Two. Take advantage of this - GREAT PRICE REDUCTION SALE AT YOUNGHEJM'S, ANADARKO, OELA. R. M. HARRIS . CO. The ReligiJbie Grocers Carry complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meat?. W Iny the Highest Price for Eggs, Butler and Country Produce. Motiving Is Cheap, Bit The Price I jT-'aacBEg dohcel for SDandng AT EAGLE HALL Kejrulnr Lessons Every Day at ! o'clock, and Every Night, ex cept Tuesday. Young Indies who outer the night class win take the 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. — 8 February 1907

The Daily Democrat o vol. i. ANADARKO, CADDO COlNTY, OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 8. 1 90Z. No, 17. TO MAKE ROOM FO In the last 30 days the merchants of our town have had Clearance Sales, Clean- Up Sales and Knock-Down Sales. Now the Old Reliable, Harper . Frcelii, will sell you Dry Goods and Shoes a.t Cost for 15 Days. R. OTHER GOODS MURDOCH VIC n The Kansan's Mail Weight Con fession in Postal Bill Washington, Hob. 0 The post al commission, which had ad voca'od radical ohanges in pay for second class mail mftttore,ha8 abandoned all its contentions so far as thoy affect daily and week ly newspapors. The commission held a meeting luot night and it provided that its recommendation wore so objectionab. that there would bo no hope for securing the passago of the law enacting tho provioions "Uggestod. Chairman Ovorstroot stated this morning that there would be no legislation whatever affecting second olus3 mail pay. Tho sub ject, he said, was too important to be disposed of at this sossion. Tho po...

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 February 1907

I IN THE PUBLIC EYE HEDS BIG RAILROAD SYSTEM James McC'rea of Pittsburg 1ms assumed tlio rrlnii of government of tlie Pennsylvnnln rnllrond lines, having Ix-pii elected to succeed A. J. Cnssntt ns president of the cotnpnny. Ho wns also oloctod to all the vacancies created by the dentil of Mr, CaMRtt. That Mr. McCrea was fully In accord with tho IKillcy of Mr. Cassatt and that he will no on with the labors begun by lilm was nssured by his an nouncement timdo directly nftor his oloctlon. hike Mr. Cassatt, Mr. McCrca began at tho very bottom of the luddor. Horn In Philadelphia on Mny 1, ISIS, ho untorod railroad servlco In .June, 1N05. ai nxlman and assistant engineer with the C'oiinellsvllle & Southorn Pennsylvania rail rond and remained In that position for two yonrs. Ho then took tho position of rodiunn on tho Wilmington & Heading railroad. In 1808 he became nn rtsslslant engineer of tho Alleghony Valluy. In 1871 ho wont to tho Pennsylvnnln and successively became an UBslstn...

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 February 1907

LYNX GNAWS OFF LEG OF HER CUB. MOTHER ADOPTS HEROIC MEAS URES TO SAVE TRAPPED OFFSPRING. FOOT IS CAUGHT IN A TRAP Hunter Sees the Operation and Out of Compassion He Spares Lives of the Little Beasts. Chambord Junction, Quo. Henry Tnto, n trnppor, got track of a sllvor grny fox a fow weeks ago and usod his utmost skill to cntch tho valuable animal. IIo sot several traps, and was sure that tho fox sprung ono ot them. Thinking that tho steel Jaws woro not heavy onough to hold bo clovor a prisoner, he flnnlly set n wolf trap nonr an old log and thon baited It with a llvo chlckon. For thrco days ho fed tho chlckon without oven getting sight of tho fox but on tho fourth he hoard Bounds as ho nenred the spots. Tho sounds woro ovldontly inado by two animals, but not foxes, nnd ho approached cau tiously. 1'eorlug through tho bushes he saw an old bny lynx and an eight month-old cub directly over tho trap. Tho young ono was crying out with pain, while tho old ono now and thon snarled nnd grunt...

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 February 1907

V Anadarko Daily Democrat. lll5li.vi()N muH I'vnuHimuH, nUm t tho J'ouMJIea at AnaJarko, Oklahoma, as Heeowl Claw Mall Mttr. flUJIHCItllTION KATKK, Dolly, by corrlor, r wuW, JOe. IJy mall, wr year, ,W ciot Into fili iijii! lfmoIfflil mid you'll find Lroiiblo gulon. JuhUJiIiiIc of llnvvy K. TIiimv, Iio'h "In II" good mid plonly. t"i'. .' ,4 Tho ruform wuvo Iiiih tnkoii hold of Mexico in a lwimior Unit IndiciiU-H mi awakening brought nbout by oxpnwwiil opinioiiH on IIiIh nlrio of I ho Hlo (J mini rivor. 1'oIU.Ioiih ugnliml bull flghlH nro pouring In on I'i'omI(ImiiM)Iii TJiuywIiould uIho inoliido onolc fighting jih Mm InUor H)(.'oio of tho niiliniil kingdom will bo iih gmtoful in topping biirbiirimii an Mio fonnor. fir" - " Tho laUi iicl-lon of uwugrnori in iwsronrting tho pay of JU momhoi'H Iiiih nwillod to llio Washington I'oHt llio following hiHtoryj Sovural tlmoH tho omnpoiiwUlwi of our national loglHlatoi'H hun boon Ii)huho1, and alwayn tho ovont inado ti Htorui of in dignation t...

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 February 1907

t The Daily Democrat VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 9, 1907. No, J 8.1 TO MAKE ROOM FOU OTHER GOO In the last 30 days the merchants of our town have had Clearance Sales. Clean- Up Sales and Knock-Down Sales. Now the Old Reliable, Harper . Frcelia, will sell you Dry Goods and Shoes aJ Cost for 15 Days. CHICK VS. STEPMOTHER County Sheriff J. M.Thompson having been recently admitted to the bar was called upon by a prominent firm of local attorneys to render an opinion on a highly important question. This ques tion and Sheriff Thompson's opinion follows: OPINION CHICK VS STEPMOTHER The following question having been submitted to ub for our op- inion, towil: "What relution is the hen to the ohiokon "ho hatched but does not lay, then what relation is there between the chioken thus hatohed and the hen who laid the egC?" Wa reBneotfully submit the following opinion and conclusions of law, towit: It seems that all the law, writ ton and unwritten, would bo in favor of the ...

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 February 1907

HWIIL tib Ui iJmlL Pr jrlip - -"R. 'pLu.tRMk. JPTr ,. . -... -.. . At KiMJMigyrrgW wnzjomu. 37r eoTm&: wmi rise 2TKm$ mitiifG upon More ami more Is the spirit to cher ish and prcservu historic spots nml buildings manifesting Itself aiming the American people, and as ono after another some building or place con nected with some noted Inillvlilnal or historic uvout la threatened with de struction anil obliteration there Is Hrouwtl n sentiment which crystallizes Into H movement for the preservation of the same. Itebently It whs reported that the old cottage nt East Hampton, L. I., Iiu uiortnllfed hy John Howard Payne In Ids world-famous song, "Home, Sweet Home," was to he torn down (o mttke room for nit addition to the Episcopal church which adjoins It. lint the thought of demolishing so precious mi old landmark Ik iirouslng much dis cussion, hoth In and out of East I lump ton, and It Is probable thnt the agita tion will culmliiHto In a plan for the permanent preservation of the hi...

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 February 1907

) -!S WE$ Comfort for ELABORATE AND PLAIN CUSH. IONS IN PROFUSION. Hand-Painted Floral Fantasies Among the Finer Ones Shown Hand some Brocades Worked In Many Varied Styles. , Anion the moat elalorate cushions, Incidentally coating a neat sum, are the exquisite onei for the drawing room and the boudoir le luxe of plain with hand-imlnted scenes from Wat teau. Ktched ineilalllons of similar cenua In fanciful shapes and border ed by gilt-cord are temptingly dls played.. Hand painted floral f'ntnsles, sweet peas, rosea, lilies of the valley, besides other appropriate florals are shown In graceful sprays on pale tint ed background In cream nnd black. A most tempting cushion was designed after the popular song. "The Honey suckle nnd the llee." Bees wnro shown gayly feasting uimjii cultivated nnd wild honeyauckle, tho wholo bo ing unusually realistic. Very hamlsomn biocadee nro shown in scrolls and florals, both In satin nnd velvet with sold nnd sllvor cord and throad emplocd ns high lights...

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 February 1907

AivdLdaLrko Dajly Democrat. IIKUNDON IIHOH., IUllIJHIIItltH. SUHSCIUITION HATES. Dally, by cnrrior, pur wook, 10c. By mail, per yonr, $0.00 Thoro Booms to bo about ns much .yel low in tlnid Brownsville affair as there was black. The big pasture will probably secure the Hon. Frank James, ox-Missouri bandit, as a fnrmer-citizon. lie was one of the successful, bidders, and was awarded the fcS. 13. quarter U'd-iO, for which ho paid 2,777. The Colorado senate mustered up enough courage to oust one or its members the other day when It. W. Morgan, tho confessed bribo-lakor, was found guilty of having accepted a bribe. Is tho world rojilly getting better, or was Mr. Morgan a small potato and few in a hill? Anadarko has legal lore in any desired amount. Witness the decision appearing in another column as to tho parentage of of tho chick. Tho opinion only covered tho question as to which hen mother, but we wish jt had to solve some of the practical questions was the gone far enough growing ou...

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