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

The Daily De mocrat VoL. j. ANADARKO. CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, JUNE 6, 1907. No, J 17 MURRAY SAYS NO CHANGES WILL GO IN THE CONSTITUTION Tishomingo, I. T., Juno 5. . H. Murray, president of the constitutional convention, who returned from MoAlester today Says that his deoisiou not to iasuo an elootion call wa n.udo upon 1110 JOIIll H'lV..., Ul V , ti., UCUUUl" er, J. B. Thompson, S. W. HayB, lO. N. Haskell and others, who tfjnd just had a conference with iwo of the supreme court judges, who assured them thut tho in junction cases would bo quickly llisposed of. J He says that he was willing to jive tho territorial officers an other ohanoe to permit the peo pie to voto on the constitution. I "This of course," Bays Mr. 'Murray, "probably will necessi tate reoonvoning the delegates to change the date of the election, but I assure tho people the con tention will not permit changes tn the constitution destructive of Its provisions." Alden Arrows E, Ellis has made a short trip to Now Mexico...

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 June 1907

. ,, The Daily Democrat (Daily cxcopt Sunday.) IIERNDON BHOS., Publishers. Entered nt tho Anadarko, Okla., post- oflko ns pocondclnss mail matter. Jan., 22, 1907. HVIIMCIMIM'IOX HATHHt Daily, I J enrrior, por week, .10c Daily, by mail, nor year, ff 00 Weekly, by mail, per year, $1.00 Jack Lindscy Explains Why He Resigns When I took ohargo of tho city plant on January 1, I found it to bo in n condition of total wrook. Tho pumping machinery, includ ing both firo and rivor pumpB 'voro in euoh condition that nino houra of pumping woro required to fill tho atandpipo with water. Tho boilora woro full of jcale, and tho fluoa burnod out, It requirod from S850 to SHOO a month for fuel to run tho boil ura. Tho ongino could not bo operated for mort than two or throo hour8 at any ono timo witli out ropaira. Tho Bwitoh-boardB and eloctrio linea throughout tho city wero all in bad condition. Since taking ohargo of thia plant, I havo repaired tho pump ing machinery at a coat of S350, when tho city...

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 June 1907

Special sale on pattern hato at Mrs. Linder's Millinery Parlors. 114 12t J.C. Stelznor & Son have just received u full lino of screen doors. 104 tf Work Harness Buy your work harness now while you havo plenty ,of time make a oareful selection. In order to get good rosults, make that solootion at Soott & 8on'e Foolish People $125 buys a GO-foot lot and S200 buys quite a good 3-roora rosidenoo building yet some people pay rent make a ohango Soo Baldwin & Gibbs at onoo. 112 Ot Notice "D. H. Shepherd tho Eyesight specialist has been called out of town and will bo unable to bo in his office tho first week in Juno but expects to bo back tho 10th, and will be in his office at the Bryan Hotel until tho Juno 15th A. H. Shepherd Room and table board. See Mrs. K. A. James, South Bound ary Btreet.iblock 58. 104 tf. JUNE SALE A SPECIAL DISCOUNT On all House Furnishing Goods for a few weeks. M. D. Miller, Furniture & China. 115 tf Ice Cream Social On account of the inclomenoy of t...

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 June 1907

FRENCH PRIEST HOOD AND POPE Petition of French Priests That Priests Be Allowed to M firry IWodneiaay'a Daily.) A friond of tho Democrat hand od in tho other day u copy La Rovista do Tnos, N. Mexico, call ing to our attention an iirticlo oopiodfrom a Parisian nowspup or, tho Gil Bias, with reforonoe to a petition signed by many priosta for tho annulment of the prohibition o marrv. Tho comment of tho Taoa Ro viow follows : Paris, May 23, 1007. With tho heading, "Holy Father, lot your prioata marry," Gil Bias, in an extonaivo articlo of throocolumnB comoB with tho sensational plea to abolish tho rulo obligating colibaoy for tho prioata of tho Roman Catholic Church. Tho noriodial claima that thoro has bpon aent to tho Popo in Homo a petition signed by throo thousand French prioata and ourates for tho anultneiU of tho rulo of colibaoy for tho prieata and other petitions of tho same kind havo boon sent to tho Vati can from other countries, and it appoars that tho rulo of colibaoy for tho ...

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 June 1907

The Daily Democrat I 10 T. 18- iks no. les 'est hip nd- VOL, 1. fOSTENERS GASP F Orchard Calmly Tells Details of Steuncnberg's Death One Attempt Not Successful Boise, Idaho, June 6 Orchard, the monster, has finished his chapter of murders, a99iaeina tionB and plots, in whioh he maintains William D. G. Hay wood, Charles II. Moyer and I George A. Pettibono were the chief conspirators and he, Stove Adama and Jack Simpkirs wero I the instruments of atrocious ven jgeanoo. This afteruoon Prose f cutor Hawloy took him through , the finale of his red career and rohearsed the details of the slay ing of Frank Stounenborg. "We fetched the bomb with us to Caldwell," said Orohard. "It was in my grip." Simpkins and Orchard went to the Paoifio hotel and registered himself aB ThomaB Hogan und Simpkins as J. Simmons. Four or five days were spent seeking Steunenberg and the pair of assassins went to Napa. Orchard telephoned Steunberg'B home and learned their victim 'had returned home. He told the Ste...

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 June 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dfly excft Sunday.) H1KND0N UROS., IaMtahcn. tfnterwl t the AnadMko, Okla., r'"' ofll J IWI i. 0'.dc'A3 ITS ' I m" ' T"W -i 1 'l7. HER DEADLY RIVAL SALE OF INHERITED INDIAN LANDS -The Uiil tbtur 'enne Daily, lj cnrnri, per eck, . Dnlly, by mail, tor yoar, . . . W" Weekly, by moil, per year, Tl M i Look Before Jumping T he Democrat lias euro- fiilKf wiftMiitiorl frnm fukhlff sides in Una candidates' war and with the exception of the case -of ChnrleB E. West, of Enid, Iuib never run nnj -thing in its columns in the interest of any candidate that is not pay matter. Hut we choose in today's is.sue to depart from this rule, and speak out upon a mux tor in which we think Ana daruo should know. Lnst night, as wo wont to work, we ran ncrosB Judgo Lockett in the office of a friend, and the two wero con suiting about a miserable, co.vnrdly circulnr, one of those lies sprung just before the dny of voting and too late for its falsity to be shown. The circulnr was gotten out ...

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 June 1907

i 4 Speoia sale on pattern hate at Mrs. lender's Millinery Parlors. 114 lt J.C Stelstner A Son have just receive-i a full line of icreen doors. 104 tf Work Harness Buy your work harneBB now' while you have plenty ol time make a careful eeleotion. In order to get good results, make that seleation at Scott & Son's Foolish People S125 buys a 50-foot lot and S200 buys quite a good 3room residence building yet Rome people pay ront make a change See Baldwin & Gibbs at once. 112 Ot Notice "D. H. Shophord the Eyesight specialist has been callod out of town and will be unable to be in bis office the first weak in Juno but expeote to be back the 10th, and will be in his office at the Bryan Hotel until the June 15th A. H. SlIEPHEIlD Room and tablo board. See MrB. K. A. JameB. South Bound ary Btreet.lblock 58. 104 tf . Voting Places For Democratic Prjmary Election AXADARKO First W ip.d InsnrtfitiM.; Tftrrt T HirhRrd3'. Judiroa: V 3 XMutlun. J "Cur-j nutt; clerks:. Ed Blrus, Carl Oplko. ...

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 June 1907

A STRONG ENDORSEMENT Han. E. K. Taylor, Candidate For State Senator is Complimented Whon Mr. L. K. Taylor, of Chiokasha, wan preparing tc lottvo his homo in Kentuoky, the Hon. D A. Yoisor.who was thon serving his fourth torm as mayor of tho oity of Paduoah handod him a letter in whioh ho said: 'For four toon years Mr.Taylor has stood as one of tho load ing members of his profession In this oity, whih is filled with able lawyers. Ho is a first olass,oom potent attorney, onorgetio and watchful of his ohents, interests Ho is a moral Christian gontlo man, and in all my intercourse with him I havo had no oau6e to critiolso him. Ho is a valuable acquisition to any community and I am sorry hosoos fit to leav our city." Erank M. Bailey (ADVERTISEMENT) Mr. Lookott in today's issue of tho Caddo County Democrat ohargos that Mr. Buiioy has mis represented tho sentiment for Mr. Bailey that exists in the oity of Comanoho, tho homo of Mr. Lookott. In ordor to Bhow the truthfulness of Mr. Bailey's ...

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 June 1907

The Daily ocrat em ANADAJtKO, CADDO ColNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE 8. 1907. NO, i J 9 VOL. 1 II- - MOTS' ESCAPE Lielitning Fired & Which They Sltt in T..adav nlcht during the storm lighting struok the home of Fred Massey, shot througn we down the window sill, struok the iron bed post.set fire to the sheets but left Mr. and Mrs. Massey un harmed but covered by a shower of plaster. Mr. Masse' head was about six inches from the point where the lightning passed from the window to Ihe bod-post. Tho paint on the post was burn Pd and tho sheet was loft blnr-tag. f Mnaaov attributes their I'll t AtAMWW- lucky escape to tho fact that they were sleeping on a learner ueu. The Massey homo is throe miles north of Hinton on tho old Board wino place, whoro the barn was burned last winter destroying several valuable horses. Hinton Record. THE LOTS A1UST 13B SOLD AT THIS SALE The remaining 75 lots in the Otto Wells addition will be sold at auotion next Tuesday at 2:30 o'olock. Territory Floodod With Voi...

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 June 1907

atlfctMlfcn iV """" Hi nfthrf. .jl 'J J- i fltlMHiti Arfy r JkJL. KVulLMAJkHilxMIMiA il 1SI11III IINII'( Mill 11111 If l Jt ,1 JHI.I -MVVf'VUV -t. V kl ' Wi-ANv- 'Nv;, '4l'..; VCX.vlJI VW&T AWAW-VViiAxW "Vv .WwMX .emgrmKHiFy " Lw.ta5writttire?m ? v, mmm nw u z.??4 waflmMYV'vWiN.'s vu sisvi4i'y'i .. vitiivsv5S?j jsnrarar - :mmMe; k i .mivuic.'b3 u s-y, vi2sm:m JSaPlBr 4$ti 5f tit wkfitW , - "JIHA M " .I&FU&4 '-F "inLfTi U 'IKJ "C J V'lnHmi' nn X K tm Thl well-known "finer can actress Is appearing In London with Mr. Sothern. B1I0ADHURST AD A MANAGER. He l One of Fev Vho Look After Royjltle3. Tlin author of "Tho Mini of tho Hour" (oirgo Humilliurst, Ib of nil our phivwrlghts tho leant promising fatibjict for tlio mini seeking a talk on mkIi themes iib "Tho Tnio .Minion of tho Stage." "Tho rutin o of tho Anioii- c m Drama, riio Theater iih an Kdu c.ittonnl ninl Ethical Foice" In tho won.s i, Geotgo Ade, .Mr lliondhiint lout; iiko "lot ko of tho IIIiik rlngi anil iiiturncil t...

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 June 1907

INLAND WA TER WA f BIG FINJ OF MEERSCHAUM. OLIVE OIL OF CALIFORNIA. A. DEMON OF WAR f 1 r EIGHTEEN THOUSAND MILE ROUTE SOON TO BE READY. Will Take Eighteen Months' Steady Travel by Canoe to Go from Pittsburg to Browns ville, Tex. Tho last congress appropriated JflOn.OOO for tho completion of tho longest Inland waterway In the world It Is 18.000 mllos long and ex tends from the wnterwnys In Now York and Pennsylvania down through the Ohio and Mississippi rlvorn Into the gulf where connection Is made with the Interconstal canal from Now Orleans to Hrownsville, Tex. This last named waterway Is just being com tilt ted. and runs through the gulf coast country of LoulBlnnn and Texas. With the possible exception of the railroad extensions being laid through this re markable country the canal Is the most Important public work In tho whole southwest. It Is about 800 miles long, running from Donaldson vllle on the Mississippi rlvor a few miles above New Orleans to Urowns-v-lle, Tex., on tho Ri...

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 June 1907

. The Daily Democrat (Dully except Sunday.) HKKNDON 111(08., IHibllahem. Itnteredst the Anndnrke, Okls., post- oitlee m iecondclMi mail mutter. Jan., 22, 1907. Hl'llriflfll'I'IOtt tUA'I'ICHl Mjbr, ly carrier, per week, Kc ij, uv man, ir jrimr, . ikly. by mail, per year, fca I... .ll . m.AM $1.(10 Tlit average candidate to day tells Iiis friends "I'm confident;" tomorrow, "I'm urpHsod." The Salt Hiver packet h will bo reaily to depart up jitream rlghl-iMvh.y after sun down. Accommodations re served only for defeated oandidutes in the Uomoerntie primary. There's nothing rawer Llinn a March wind wild its' snow and sleet, but most of tho candidates before the Democratic primary after Sunset today will tell you "nit." Now For the Fourth of July The Democratic donkey has trumpeted; and before our sensitive ear-drums are shocked by the braying of the Republican elephant, we would like to hear the eagle scream a few. Fortunately, tho Fourth is at hand. Tho records of crime show no equals 4-...

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 June 1907

I I The Daily Democr JSL IJL Vol. i. ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE 10. 1907. No, ISO i BDIE HAD CLOSE CALL hashes With Whiskey Pedler Check Book Saves Him Deidty United Stato3 Marshal Tom Burko was saved from death last night by a bundle of paperf) and a chock book in his coat pocket. Ho was shot by John Robinson about 9:30 o'olock last night on tho lino houso road. Thu bullet wont through tho papers in his coat pocket which Btopped tho courBo of tho ball. The only wound it made on his person waa a dark blue Bpot where it struck him. Burko has tho bullet now and will keep it to the end of his days as his closest call. Marshals Burnoy und Burke heard last night that somo whisk ey would bo brought in by tho lino houso road and lay in wait for it near Dave Hill'a now homo. They hoard tho rattling of a wagon and at once prepared to stop it. As Robinson came near they steppod out into tho road and called to him to Btop, In stead of stopping Robinson pull ed his gun with his lef...

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 June 1907

fiN THE PUBLIC EYlEmj KUROKI WAR GENIUS &yJ! iw " , "'" ! I Among hII the men who Rained distinction In n 'ik" the HuaHo-JaianeHr warmone hue attained n high ' 'irP,,Jt '3?. will g down In history us the principal features of tlio war MjHoliitc coolness and military during of a clwracter such na few commanders In history hnve displayed are ICurokl'a principal character Istics ns a leader When the orenslen. In his opinion, required It, Knrokl did not hesltato to go against all the estahlishod rules of attack and defense. Military obsorvor on duty with the little Japanese commnndor com mented freely on his wonderful nerve, hut from the fact that his apparently foolhardy maneuvers wore almost Invnrlnbly successful they could do nothing olselmt praise him. The reaent war with the csnr was not Kurokl'n Urst experience In com mand of troops, however. As long ago as 1868 ho was lighting for the mlktido, taking an active part In the struggle that eventually overthrew the fthoguu rule an...

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 June 1907

M mtmmm?&WW&&s w1 asaKstv L x m.A.Rabfohs) dEL"' - Editor Although tills la n one-story cottage, It la not n vory amnll affair. It li 83 feot wldo by &0 feet Ion ami contains live rooms downstairs with nn opitor tunlty to mitko a oouplu of good lied rooms on the lloor abovo. Tim coat of tho house will depend vory much on local condltlona, but It will do pond more on tho tnctim and require ments of the ownur. It la not nn ex pansive house uocossnrlly. Tho lnrgost ttmbors nre only two by eight, and the principal framework Is built up with two by four Hcantlings and tho trimmings tiro such as may bo .bought In any lumbor ynrd. Some men In building a house select n plan, let tho contract and go awny about their other buslnosa until tho house is finished, but there aro a great many othur man who nro con Btructod on dlfforont linos. Contrac tors call them fusay, but I call thorn particular. Thoy want to soo what kind of material goes Into tho house, and thoy want to know w...

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 June 1907

"-y The Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) HEKNDON nUOS., I'ubllshors. Entorei! nt the Anadarko, Okla., post- ofllco an sccondclawi malt matter. Jan., 22, 1007. HIJIIMCUIITION IllATIlHI Dally, Ijr carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by moil, per year, $8.00 WooKly. by mail, por yoar, $1.00 Just think of all tho good campnign HtoraLuro that is not worth tin.- pupor today that it is priniod on. Woll, fires remnin to bo kindled, oven if tho campaign has come to an end, and it is an old truth that thoro is noth ing useless in tho world. Several of tho candidates of last week are chewing the end of somo rather bitter in flections this week. They may havo been fooled somo on the number of their following them, but now they are strong in tho cer tainty and base it upon tho word .of those promising to support them that there n.ro about live hundred of tho most. outrageous liars in Caddo county that it is pos sible to find between the oceans. Furthermore, wo will find a majority of the unsucces...

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. — 11 June 1907

The Daily If p mocrat ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY OKLAHOMA. JUNE Jl. 1907. VOL. 1. NO, 121 a3 'o ir m a or an Ui PRESENT APPOINTMENT Indian Icpector Wright Namedu Commissioner to ive Tribes is I Washinjon, D. C. June 10 J. G. Wrighfindian inspector for Indian Teitory.waB today nam ed by thoiresident a3 commis sioner to to five oivilizod tribes to aucoee&lon. Tama Bixby, ro Bignod. Jr Wright takes his now positmJuly 1. Tho offico of commifiL'ner pays S5,000 po annnm, whi that of inspector is but 83,000 Mr. Wright was originally am Chioago, but when a your man went with his father to Rebud Agenoy, 8. D. where tho Uor had been appoint ed Indian .tent away back in the 80's. A.ung Wright acted as agency crk and later was appointed amt to succeed his father, thonromoted to an in speotorship 1805. In 1897 he Was given tlnewly oreatod posi tion of "Indn inspector for In dian Territc." He was ono of the brighteand moat capable and well inrmed men in tho Indian depanont and this last promotion...

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 June 1907

-R- rwM uyM 'IfUjfToj?" VYioop ZATV SJJJ.J. DWtmNionrj?iL ruder. nsjtAur vpwiu w?r" MAGICIAN'S HAT TRICK. fou Can Easily Letn How to Do It for Amusement of Friends. 'Hill trick Is simple enough, but It not K) easy to detect, uftor nil. All you lined foi It are tlio following irtlclea: First a cube-shaped box villi a cover Unit completely envelnpH I, highly jiollihed ami painted blnck, 'I tli the box jmrt marked In Imltii .ton of u illu (tills Is to bo the false no of your two dice); then n real die rliloh louka pieclsoly llko tin false )ue, unit wl i exactly 1111 tlu Inside of Jiu box mid two lmtH Having Urst Hindu sure J on arc 1. The Real Dlo Depoolted. w.uly to perform tlto trick, set n tnblo li fiont of the company, several foot iwny from tlioin, and set In It tlio two latH. Tlion pioduco your box, blnck Mid handsome, .and Hot It on tlio top llOHt but. Remove tbn rovor, leaving exposed til tlio lint tlio fulsu dlo containing lio rani dlo. Hx 19 (wjJ The elephant which is the lar...

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 June 1907

NSS TOSi Vollojo, Cnl Tho musicians liavo formed a labor union. San Francisco The Hulldlng Mate rial Teamsters' union now has on tho roster 2,000 names. Boston. Union labor Is renewing Interest In n proposition to establish n "labor templo" here. Milwaukee. Tho Amerlrnn Socloty of Equity will bo repreeontod at tho convention of tho Wisconsin State Federation of Labor at Madison July 17. Minneapolis, Minn. A now lodgo of tho Brotherhood of Hallway Carmon was Instituted rucontly. Tho niombor ship Is almost wholly from tho Soo shops. Mlnnoapolfs, Minn. A special com mitted from tho Tonm Owners' union Is Investigating the feasibility of the union going Into tho feed business on tho cooperative plan. Portsmouth, O. llecnuso of a strike of stltchors tho Sclby shoe factory abut down, throwing -.000 people out of employment. Tho stitchers do mand an lncroaso In wages. Knoxvlllo, Tenn. Carpenters have reached nn agreement with tho con tractors whereby tho carpentors will rccelvo 30 cents an ...

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 June 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally oxcojit Sunday.) HEKNDOiN HKOS., l'ubllilicrs. Entered nl the Anadnrko, Okln., pont- olllce nit ecundclnu mall mnttor. Jn., 22, 1007. Hi;ilMC'lII'I'ION UATItHI Dntly. Ly currier, tier week, 10c Dnlly, by mall, ier year, , $3.M) Weekly, by innil, jier yenr, $1.00 LOCAL NOTES Q Rcducod prices on pattorn hata nt Mra. Lindor's. 1M 12t Frod Roy Zillor carao in lust evening from Enid S.A.Bagby is a business visitor in ChickuBhn today. Dan Poory, of Cnrnogio, was in tho city this morning. Ormsby White oamo in luBt night from Ft. Cobb. A. A. Iliatt rournod to his homo in Vorden lust night. Editor Koyor, of tho Apaoho Roviow, is in tho oity today. J. F. Prowott, of Gracomont, spont laBt night in tho oity. Olivor Andrwcs aponl yostor day in tho oity with hia motlier. Miss Gortrudo Ilaskoll return ed this morning from Mnngum W. W. Torry haa returned from a business trip to Dallaa, Texas. C. M. Brown is a businesa visitor in tho north part of tho county today. Virgil M...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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