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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 12 June 1907

The Daily De mocrat VOL. I. ANADAR.KO. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE 12. 1907. NO, J 2 II GONE; THO'T 10 BE DEAD Go From Battleship to Ball and Fail to Come Back Norfolk, Vn., Juno 11. Five midshipmen and an officor who cumo ashore Inst night in a small boat from the battleship Minne sota, to attend a ball at the Jamestown exposition, together with fivo soamon, aro missing. The party inoluded Lieutenant Randall of the U. S. marine corps and Midshipmen Field, Ulrich. Holdon and Stovoneon of the Minnesota and Midshipman Holcomb of the battleship Con necticut. The Minnesota's launch is known to have left Discovery landing at the exposition grounds ehortly after midnight and the theory of the officers of the fleet is that the launch struck some thing and went down and that all were drowned. Lieutenant Randall of the United States murine oorps who was included in the first! list of missing, has arrived safely at Norfolk. Ho did not take pas age on tho Minnosotu's launch as had been suppos...

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. — 12 June 1907

New President Dr. del ward Miller was recently elected president of Switzerland to suc ceed Preildent Forror. An election Is held every year, as that Is the length of a term, and the salary lo but $2,500 annually. RICH HAVE WALL STREET BARBER SAYS HE CAN TELL WEALTH DY BEARD. Average Worklngman Has Soft Whle- !cro According to Man Who Scrapes Millionaires Latter Aro Carly Rlocrs. New York Joseph DIschoIT, barber nail hnlr cut lor, In Wall street, whont temls to the tousorlnl wants of ninny of Its most famous moti, Buys thnt ho can tell ti multimillionaire by tho hair on his dice that men of vaat wealth lmvo wiry anil HtllT whiskers nud aro hard to shnvo. Tho arorazo work liiRttimi has u Hoft, fuzty growth of hnlr on the fnco and can bo Bcraped without special effort. Thomas F Uynti In IllschaTs most famous liatron, and tho harbor goon to the llnnncler's house every morn ing ut 8:30 o'clock sharp. Ho also ,Wlf,LwlJVwwW qjWl,',WwWtyW .caWffiof a-Mfrfo ft VALUE OF A RIGHT LEG. Held by ...

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. — 12 June 1907

i MAN WHO BROKE UP THE MOLLY MAGUIRE GANG Eventful Career oJ James McParlaru Well Called Greatest of Detectives. Thirty-Four Years After Hit Wonder ful Achievement In Pennsylvania, He Is the Center of Interest for His Work That Was Responsible for the Present Sensational Trials at Boise, Idaho Lived for Years Among the "Mollies," Where His Life Literally "Hung by a Thread." Philadelphia. Whllo thoro Is but Blight resemblance between tho horri ble crimes committed In the mining re gions of Idaho and Colorado and the bloodcurdling deeds perpotrnted In the mining regions of Pennsylvania n gen eration ago, there Is this extraordinary link betwon them, thnt the same man was Instrumental In procuring the most important ovldenco for the gov ernment In both casus. James McParlan, easily the greatest of living detectives, did more than any other one man to brenk up that terri ble oiganlzntlon known as tho Molly Magulres. .lames McParlan, 31 year later, drew from Harry Orchard In the Idaho pe...

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. — 12 June 1907

Ttte Daily Democrat (Dnily oxcopt Sunday.) HEItNDON HHOS., Publishers. Entered nt tho Anadarko, Okla., post- otliio na socondelass mall matter. Jan., 22, 1007. HUIIHCUIIMION IIATIIHI Bally, by currier. ir wetk. . 10c Qally, by mall, jmr year, . . $8.00 Woekly, by mall, jr year, . $1.00 Combination to defeat Statehood (Domooratio Press Buroau) Poop'.o may rost assured that vs'o will got stutohood, and that spoodily. Tho constitutional oonvontion will uot cautiously but courngoouely. In tho monn timo tho 200,000 school ohildron in tho Indian Territory part of tho atato, without ono cont of aohool rovonuo, and no tnothod of taxation whereby monoy for tho support of common schools can bo loviod, will wonder if thoro little minds aro to bo loft uncul tivated, that tho railronds of Ok lahoma may avoid the juat pro visions of tho Constitution with reforonco to tho corporations. J. B. Thompson. W. L. Chapman, Secrotary, Okl'ma City,Okla.,May 31, 1007. LOCAL NOTES T. F. Woodard is a business...

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 June 1907

The Daily mocrat VOL. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE J 3. 1907. NO, J 23- wLF W THEfi, ROOSEVELT WILLIAM BRYAN Sentiment at Washington Crystallizing About Two Great Leaders. is Washington sentimunt ia orys talizing around Roosevelt and Bryan as tho opponents in the next presidential race, according to Judge Sam H. Cowan, who re turned to tho city yesterday after aDnoarine: beforo tho interstate oommorce commission in connec tion with tho Fort Worth and Dallas grain rate cases and the Amarillo and Roswoll froight rate cases. "There are lots of things shap ing at Washington and there about just now," romarked Judge Cowan "There is no doubt that Secre tary Taft is conBidored to bo in control of tho Ohio situation. There is much speculation there as to whother President Roose velt can refuse a nomination and there is a strong feoling that he is tho man of tho hour. "The anti-trust suit, railroad investigations and regulation and proposed additional laws on those subjects, aro 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. — 13 June 1907

THORNS IN ROSE NOT ALL FUN TO BE WEALTHY Men of Millions Condemned to Isolation in Life, Pursued by Selfish Greed, While After Death There Are Spu rious Widows, Will Contests, and Half a Hun dred Other Kindred Ills. Now York. The embarrassment of rlohoH Ib, of course, proverbial. To day tho burden of wealth In probably creator for tho possessors of groat for tuno tliun ovor before. A multi-mil-llnnnlre In n marked man. I In la de nloil privacy oven In tho most Intimate family relations, and he li constantly besot by armies or beggars and mint lie gunrdod like any king. At his denth hordes of claimants fight ovor Ms property, hi memory In blttorly attacked and liln character peihnpa blasted by unscrupulous hoira through long years of litigation. A short time ago Mr. Jameo Henry Hmitli, universally known as "Silent Hinlth," n man of great wealth and thu dispenser of wldo private lionofnrtlona. suddenly died. lie had lived a ltfo of singular soelnston. A man of very sim ple tastes 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. — 13 June 1907

it la I T1 I 4 '! n I ll w SAVED WIFE OF POLISH DOCTOR, LEFT ALONE AT NIGHT, SAW BURGLARS CLEVERLY GAVE THE ALARM She Then Sat Down and Played the Piano and Sang Until She Could Stand the Strain No Longer. Warsaw, Poland. lly tho oxorclso of courages and pretence of mind, such as probably few women havo os sesscd, .Mine. Streaky, the wlfu of a Warsaw physician, lias just snvod her self from murder and robbery under circumstances as thrilling as over wore put Into a novo). Mine. Streaky llvoa with hor hus band In a small villa on tho outskirts of Warsaw. One night sho was alono In tho house, but for an old, deaf cook, who t'ozed In the Imscmont. Mmo. Streaky sat with hor ncedlowork up stairs In tho drawing-room. Sudden ly looking up, she saw, In n mirror, tho rolloctlon of a huge, ruffianly looking man, cruclilng behind a screen which stood at the back of hor chair. For a moment fear petrified hor, as he thought that this man, knowing oho was alone, had cropt Into the houso and was a...

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 June 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sundny.) HIJRNDON HKOS.', I'ubllnhors. ttntercd nt tho Aniulnrko, Okln., post- olllcc as nocondclaa mail mnttor. J nil., 22, 1807. HI.'llMCItllTION 1IAT1W: ntty. hj currier, iter week 10c t IU tunlmiri favor i&, by mail, per year. . JS.00, J ly. by mail, nir year. . . . $1.0U ' j Reduood pricoa on pattorn hatB at Mrs. Lindor'B. 114 12t W. W. Vaughan wont to Hob Hrt this morning to visit his fam ily. J. T Jerkins went to Chiok asha this morning on a business t'ip. Littlo Charlio Boyle wlm ha ia roport tho A Wcody town. Whon you boo a town in woods you see a town gone (load. Of eourneil in a fact thai wo have just had a fev erish election brought off, and wo want to stop to co.U; but ovon this could hardly oxcuso a rnnlc growth of woods such n one will see on Kouth boundary tn;et, for instance, and in other plncos throughout t lie city. Weeds are unhonllhnil. IOvory sort or filth and rot tenness festers unseen be neath their sholter, ami thoy luirb...

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 June 1907

'jd The Daily mocrat e Vol. J ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE 14. 1907. No, l&A De 1 w J THE CUD OF BnTERSON The Oklahoman Hoists Haskell Flag the Today's Oklahoman says ed itorially : Sufficient roturnB from tho doraooratio state primary hold last Saturday have boonsecoivod at democratic state hoadquartors in thiB oity to indicate tho no mination of C. N. Haskell for governor, over Loo Cruoe by a slight plurality. Of course tho official count may change tho figures so materially as to give Mr. Cruoo the lead, but this is scarcely probable in view of tho majority which ia now credited to Mr. Haskell. Tho results is a tremendous surprise to every one who has watched the contest. From tho outset tho nomination of Mr Cruce appeared inevitable, not only because of his excellent qualifications for tho 'position, but also beoause everybody seemed tobo for him. In connequonco of this outlook a spirit of ov6r confidence prevailed among his followers and many of them, feeling tha...

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 June 1907

fty VIOLET FARM RUN BY TWO ENERGETIC ENGLISH WOMEN A QUESTION OF CONFIDENCE BY NELLIE CRAVEY GILLMORE f r ! vH vhr. li Thoy Find Pleasure and Profit on Their Aero of Ground How Thoy Manago tho Business. Dally Story Tub. O) if fpiN THE PUBLIC EYEMl bTSl cm SENATOR SPOONER'S SUCCESSOR Iwbiilli'l'll1 ' IB ,ra7Tr jftJi from Wlaconaln. Ihhho whi n candidate for sena torial honora twice boforo. lie la 77 yeara old nnd hla home la In Mnrlnettn. It la said of "Uncle Isaac" that he has Iweu Hip uuluckleat and the worst-treated "big" man In Wlaconaln. 80 far na known, few of tho mon ho booeted Into place and power ever proved faithful to him. Ono might run down a long Hat and ahow up aomo rather treacherous frlenda, hut Mr. Stephenson himself nerloimly would decry such n revelation. Senator Stephenson Is a man Bided man He la a hanker, a lumberman, a promoter of great induatrlea, a farmer, a yachtsman, a Daherman, n devotee or out-of-door sports auch hb home rnctng, and a phlloaophlcal man of...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 14 June 1907

Waking farmers. FOR SiCK SOLDIERS. TOGA FOS .STEPHENSON I LUXURIOUS SANITARIUM BUILT FOR CARE OF ENLISTED MEN. Million-Dollar Health Home Just Com pleted at Hot Springs, South Da kota, Begins a Bincfleent Mlcslon. Undo Sam lias ovor boon geenrous in hla trentmont of tho mon who liavo sorvod under Ills bannor, and haa boon disposed to provide ovory moans posslblo for tho preBorvntion of the health and morals of tho unlisted mon. As an evidence of this one may point with pride to tho magnificent sanitarium which ling just beon com pleted at Hot Springs, South Dakota, tit a cost of almost a million dollars, and which Is for the exclusive use of lck and disabled soldiers of tho United States. And the host part of It all Is that overxthmg about tho placo is free, and not only freo, but tho government will pay tho railroad fare and traveling expenses of any old noldler who cannot afford to pay his own way. The house is the great llattlo Moun tain sanitarium, the largest of the government ...

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 June 1907

The Daily Democrat (Daily oxoopt Sunday.) HKItNDON HKOS., Publishers. Entrl at tho Anadarko, Okla., pot- olllaa an secomlcluM mail mnttor. Jan., 22, 1007. rtl.'IIMCIMITION HATHHt Dally, Ly currier, par wwfc 10c uaw, uy mull, jxsr year, .. . ..$8.00 W , by mull, pr year, $1.00 The weather remains warm ao do wo all. In noticing- several (lays ago our somewhat weedy stroots wo failed to specify tho location of the various and Sundry weeds. Space was lacking in which to do it. There are many places in tho city free from wcv.Jp, and wo say it gladly. Hut wo think that if .Mr. (turgor woro armed with a sea re i warrantor better yet, with a scythe he might produce more than a few, with not much effort. The Trouble With Anndarko One of our livo real estate men, in a conversation with the editor, said that he al ways availed himself of the opportunity the dull seasons gave to vhack up his busi ness got out advertising literaturo, shape up his office work, and organize himself for the good ti...

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 June 1907

i The Daily Democrat. El i on 0. ot, av 78 th 508 'If ie rly ou no. tf ihV ? v. ifo a. j. ANADARKO. CADDO ColNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE 14. 1907. No, 14 OFFSCIAL RETURNS OF Caddo County Democratic Primary Election, June 8tht 1207, For County and District Officers: Distrlat Judgo P M. Ilafloy . II. H. Lockott Chilion Riley Stato Sonator Goo. 0 Johnson L K Taylor J II Vonalile E B Widaman Ropreicntative C C Pishor C V Liming Prank Slovens J C Whitehall County Judge IJ P Holding I H Kerr N C Pctors W R Whelor. County Attornoy Theodore Pruott Clerk Diat. Court- C C Leech . . . County Clerk J D I'URh L N Vedder .. . . Sheriir- T Baker E H Cook 0 Draper J G Gallachor. County Treasurer M Poator Frank Pcoploa . E M Went Register of Deed EH Barnes P F Cooper.. honry Kelley . J S Nicholson . W W Price J T Stephens County Woigher Harry Mnllon Sup't of Public Instruction J v ivuiuaiuv ..... Maude E Widaman County Com., 1st Dist, J T Murphy County Com., 2nd Dist.- j ii Anuorson C C Fisher .. ., A Mchcw...

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 June 1907

President loosed! Said: "Texas is flhe Garden Spofl of the Lord" 05,000 Acre Ranch of Dr. Chas. F. Simmons Now On tho Market. Hero is Your Opportunity to Buy n Farm ol from 10 Acres to 640 and Two Town Lots In Thi3 "Garden Spot" for S210. Pay- nblo $10 per Month Without Interest. Investigation will show that tlili 55,000 acres comprises nno of the flncRt bodies of Agricultural unci Truck Farming land In tho entire state, com mencing nhout .16 ratios south of Han Antonio and about two miles south of Pleasanton (tho county sent of Atas cosa Couctyi, and extending t.irough Atascosa and a part of Mc.Miillen Counties, to wlthlu 17 mllos of my 60.000-acro Uve On County Hanch, which 1 In four months IarI year, soul to 4,000 Homo Seekers, on liberal terms, without intorost on doforred paymonts, which glvos tho poor man, from his savings, a clinnco to oecuro ft good farm and town lot for Ills homo In town. I will donnto nnd turn over to thrco boudod Trusteos, $250,000 from tho proceeds of 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. — 15 June 1907

AnadarRo Daily Democrat AXADARKO, OKLA. (no t-ateu Panacea. Wa Americana hao a Renins for tlio Invuntton of euro-alls, and for faith In thorn after they are Invented. Somo ono 1ms now contrived on nnpor tlio Order of XebuchnilneMtirltea. Tlio tnotliod of tho order Ib not to bo, as ono might expect, a tllot of grass, but n chnnne from tho upright position to ono on alt fours. Mcmbors of tho so ciety must aureo to oat, drink, walk and run en tholr hands and knees. Thoy aro nwurod by the foundor of tho'order that they will spoodlly ban ish all tho Ills to which human flesh Is holr. Witness tho vigorous health enjoyed by tho dog, tho ox, tho horse and tho noceasary pig tholr freedom from dyspepsia, neuritis, rhoumatlsm and consumption. Whother thoy bo Immuno to monslcs, chicken-pox nnd mumps lias not yot boon announced. It is not disclosed whether this ordor Is tho product of tho lively Imagina tion of a newspaper roportor or n se rious Bchomo of n sincere reformer who Is unablo to mast...

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 June 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally oxctpt Sunday.) HIMNDON 1JKOS., Inb1lilira. Enteral at the Anmlarko, Okla., jMt- ottlec m MeotulolMM mail matter. Jan., 22, 1907. HpiHCUll'I'lON IIATICHS Dally, by carrier, er week, 10 Dally, by mail, tier year, . . 8.00 Weakly, by mail, per year, . $1.00 We Would be Literary In order to help out in a dull newspaper Hoason, the Democrat will run occasional sketches, llio Nrsl sorios be ing "Hot Weather Stories.' If wo seo our subscription list shrinking', wo will conclude that the sketches are bad or that their suggestion at this heated season is ungrateful to a public that may prefor to think of icebergs and glaciers and in either case the sketches will bo cut out. The series ns we have out lined them now are: (1.) Aboard ship in the tropical Atlantic. (2.) Calf lovo on a porch in a July night. (SJ.) Midsummer night in a great city. (I.) On a troop train. (u.) A I'otomic boat. ((.) Following an oscillal ing stacker. Wo are running those sketches largely fo...

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. — 17 June 1907

V The Daily Democrat VoL. i ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, JUNE 17, 1907. NO, 126 MAKING THE DESERTS BLOOM Mexico and Canada Interested In What is Being Done in Dry Farming Prof. H. V. Campbell, cf Lin coln, Nob. known everywhere as tho father of farming for the eemi-arid region, has juBt gono to tho Canadian, northwest under the auspices of tho Canadian government to looture for throe weeks telling what is being dono in the western spates to make farming possible in tho dry country. He has recently made an extensive tour of old Mexico on the same kind of an errand, the government haying largo tracts of land which it is desired shall bo brought under cultivation He has also just made two trips to California on tho same work, and tho past winter has lectured in half dozen states where farm ing tho semi-arid lands has be come a reality. . Such has been the success of the new movement in tho west that Prof. Campbell is almost as well known in Canada and Mexico as in tho states. It i...

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 June 1907

NFAR TO TITIFS 1 ill'1' VtwST - xS S - a-Sl fife Iftff 1 T m T wJm v.to iw -t wacsEaBESSKSissBsrBKzcacEa. Boston, "Some titles are hurt ami some title arc worse, Imt there are tin good titles." a sarcastic Atuerlcait fathor Is tnlil to have exclaimed apropos of tin.' marriage of a rotative to a foreign nobleman. He was not altogether right, nor was ho altogether wrong. Thd Old World It Hooded with titles, good, bad and Indifferent. Tho lind and the In dlfforont gieatly outnumber tho good. American girl hnvo some of the good, imislhly tnoro of tho b:, and. tcr Imps, attll muru or tho Indifferent. There la n heraldry olHcu lu 1-omlnn (but spends all Ita time straightening aut the kink In the peerage. With mo 800 American women marrlml to foreigner, duly handled an to their names, aoino of the freak of nristoc 1 racy'a rating are apropos. In America It 1 self-evident though some children disprove It that a l tar out Is superior to the child. Yet mi Amurlcnn woman Is on record to dlapto...

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 June 1907

i ttf t i' '.. ! S "" . (Liulufek 1 :, .V ' i; j 1 I?1 ' if i C r. & A BlJNCEjfj I sr -7: If "1 1 Wo ivero busily engaged in curry ing our family horse with an old gingham apron when we heard a fa miliar footstep, nnd looking around taw our old friend, the sheep trader. Ills hair Moated gracefully down hi uack awaiting the advent of the shear ing season, and his eyes still had thelr wonted hungry look. He made known In hit own vociferous, way that ho had some feeder owes for sale, u "peclmen copy of whfch was tied un der his wngon seat. He said he had rnirled this sample on his rounds for the past K years; that same had ben bonded down by his family for generations nnd always given satis faction. He assured us thoy were 'Imported" stock. If so, they must nnvo lost tholr teeth overboard and oeen shipwrecked on the voyage. Much more things he said. In fact, we wouldn't remember when he began to talk sheep, nor did it seem he would ?vcr end. We are a timid sheepman, and whpn he dem...

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 June 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dnlly oxcopt Sunday.) HEKNDON.HROS., Publishers. Entered nt tho Anadarko, Okla., poBt- ofllco as xicondclnM mnil nmttur. .Inn., 22, 1007. HIJIIHCHIITION IIATIWl Dally, lyr cairior, per weok, 10c Daily, by mail, nor yenr, $15.00 Weakly, by mail, pur yenr, $1.00 Anadnrlco for a Live Town. Occtisionnlly something occurs tliat shows uh thai Anndarko is a live town and right up in lino with tho bust. This building mania that has bcconio upidcmie in tho city is one of the best of good signs, and other en terprises, which we feared through supineneness and nou-progres.iveness Ana dnrlco hnd lost, are coining through as it is necessary that they must. Our population now is something less than J,000. We expect to seo 0,000 to 10,000 by Christmas, and if tho diggers strike oil or gas, we'll blow the top clear off. Anadnrlco for a good town. Watch us grow. To The Voters of Caddo County. Anndnrko, O. T.. Juno 15, 1007. I wish to thank my f riondB and supporters in tho reoont...

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