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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 18 June 1907

The De mocr !sL d JL l V VoL. I. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE 18, 1907. No. J 27 1T Vi 1 II COTTON OIL MILL ASSURED Anadarko Takes a Long Step Forward in Its Move to The Front Messrs. Oglo and Goldman advised ub yesterday afternoon that the cotton seod oil mill was practically assured for Anadarko and the advico camo in time to go into thb afternoon paper This morning thoy oallod again, and advised us that nearly the whole of Anadarko's allotment of the stook hadjboen takca up. There may remain yot a few hundred to bo raised tomorrow, and those last few hundreds are as neooss&ry as any othor liko sum; but the committee has won the victory, and Anadarko has secured a big industry, ono that brings thousands on thousands of dollars worth of business here every year. Nov Anadarko may expect things to hunt her. Already there is n foundry, for iron pil lars and iron throshholds for buildings, making overtures to the commercial olub. There are two railroads pointed this way w...

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 June 1907

Gen. Horace Porter. Inmif' r. ,, , ti jri t ts I mlr i nl & I'mltr oil, N V, Former ambassador to France who will go to the Hague peace tribunal as one of America's representatives. Gen. Porter Is a noted diplomat, mill tary officer and public speaker. JL , . , IS LAST OF AN ODD BAND. REMNANT OF MICHIGAN ALTRUIS TIC COOPERATIVE COLONY. Porter Whltford Only Survivor of En terprise Started at Galesburg In 1838 Thousands of Acres Once Cultivated. Gnlosburg, Mich. The last survivor of tlio only altrulHtlc cooperative so doty ovor nttomptod lu this quarter of the HtiUo 1h Porter II. Whltford, 80 years old, who camo to this vIlldKO, then n backwoods crossroads, In 1S38, and bus since tuUon part In most pub lic events of II. o coiuiniitilty. When tlio Alihnilulphliin society, or ganised on the plan of the "Ilrook Kami" of literary fame, was ostnb lUhod near Gnlesburg ly about 300 farmers In 18 13 Whltford was ono of the young leaders. Ho was married to a daughter of ono of the older ol...

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 June 1907

f 0. pnoi COBt en 0 b o raja The Growing List of Women Who Marty Men Many Years Younger Than Them selves Seems to Show that Charms Are No Longer Certain to Wane Beyond Forty Five and Even Fifty. New York Ig thore over a tlmo In t woman's llfo when tho possibility of 'otnanoo Is dcnd? Is her heart ever iteelod to Cupid's shafts? What Is n woman's prlmo of llfo, anyway? Theso ro sorlous quoBtions. Thoy have been asked sinco tho beginning of tlmo; loubtloss thoy will bo asked to Its find. Dut nevor has an answer been moro frequently demanded than right now In this twentieth century. Prac tical as It Is, the3o times are far from being shorn of romance. In youth, In ago, woman's power of loving seems always Jugjt tho same. One day wo have maidenly May mar Ting hoary-bearded Docomber. Next we liavo mustached May tho blushing orldegroom of motherly December. It .s all tho same tho only safe answer to tho question Is that thoro doesn't scorn to be any woman In tho world who can finally put ...

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 June 1907

The Dailv Democrat (Dally oxcopt Sunday.) cause as no other do it. mm) can HERNDONIUKOS., Publishers. Entered at the Anadarko, Okla., post- olllco. ns secondclasi mall matter. Jan., 22, 1907. HUIIHCHIITION HATKHI Dally, Ly carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mall, nor yonr, $fl.00 Weokly, by innll, jmr year -$1.00 Bryan Of tlio men in public life today Bryan and Hoosovolt aro easily the foremost. Jtoosevolt because ho is presi dent of tho United Stalos and because ho also stands for tho elimination of loot in tho world of business. If through a loss fortunate- ar ray of urcu instances Mr. Koosovelt had failed to be come tho otlicial bond of tho nation ho would still have been a notable American. Jle stands today where ho is through the circumstance of Senator Piatt having put him on the national ticket in the Pittsburg convention to get him out' of New York polities. Hut Mr. Bryan has a greatness achieved in spite circumstancos instead of be- causo of them. Horn in 1 800 in tho then we...

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. — 19 June 1907

The Daily Democrat. . Vol. J ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. oKLAHo'A JUNE 19. J 907. NO, J 28 iM mmm-trnm That "Outrageous (jerrymander. (An open lotor to Frank Greer.) By R. Shlvo, of Custer county. Honorable Frank Greer: You aro tho recognized joader of tho Republican party in Oklahoma. Sinoo you aro the editor of tho leading Republican nowspnporin tho territory, you porhnps havo ao muoh influence in shaping tho policy ot Hie Re publican party., in Ok'ahoma as any other ten, m9i. I Of o irdj overybouy expeni' fc MMtaMWWiWI ' ory 480 votoe." Now road tho ' following corlifioatea: Toriitory of Oklahoma, Greor, oounty 88 : I hereby certify that at tho oloolion held in'NoYomber, 1001, tho total vote cast in Groer county for dologato to CongroBS was 5102, divided as follows, to wit: Frank Mathews, 3G04; Byrd McGuiro 1301; H. E. Straughen 180; Charlos Brown, 38; O. S. LoudormUk 00. I further corti fy that at the election held in Novembor 1000, for dologato to tho constitutional convention, 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. — 19 June 1907

mm "Texas is the garden 95,000 Aero Ranch of Dr. Chas. lr. Simmons Now On tho Market. Hero is Your Opportunity to Buy n Farm ol l.-om 10 Acres to 640 and Two Town Lots in This "Garden Spot" (or $210. Pay- aulo $10 per Month Without interest. Investigation will chow that thli P5.000 ncro comprint one nf the llnost bodies of ABrlciiltural anil Truck Fanning land In the entire state, coin mcncliiK niton t SG mllot wtnth of Son Antonio nnil iibout two mile south of I'lcasanton (tho county wnt of Atos cosn County), anil extending throiiKh Atncon nnd n part of McMnllen Counties, to wjthln 17 inMea of tny GO.OOOncre Ltve Oak Co-tnty llanch. which I In four months st year, sold to 4,000 Homo Seekers, on llhernl tonus, without Interest on deferred payments, fehlch gives tho poor mail, from his savings, n chance to secure a rood farm and town lot for his home In town. I will donato and turn over to threo bonded Trustees, $2RO.O0O from tho proceeds of the sale of this proporty to the purchaser...

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. — 19 June 1907

AnadarKo Daily Democrat ANADARICO, OKLA. Th Diplomatist. It uttxl to bfl Mill that n illp1nmall.il a .is r man who w'Rs tent abroad to I" 'or lili country. To-day It wotil.i li murli nearer llio truth to s (lint a H.plomatlst li a limn who Ib irni iluoaU tc tell tbt truth for IiIh roiir. n y. A most Interesting nfrtuint hna rcvr-ntly been given of the petition for c ttor treatment of thr Jews, arid tht profit against tho Klshlnof mama ti s. In order to gratify Mm signer f the itetltlon, the state deiartment forwnrded It to Ambassador McCor mlck nt St Petersburg, although well nunre that tho Kuulan governm-Mit rouM tnkH no official cognisance of It When thu )Nter was laid on tho table lieforo Count Lumwlorf, he aald, "You know I cannot receive thla." Then, according lo tho story which la re torted by Colllor'a, Mr. McCormlck re I Hod, "let iir talk for h few mlniiteit n man to irinn. You are Count l.m dorf, and I flm not hii amhaeiRdor, hut merely Mr. McCormlck. The time lint rutiM 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. — 19 June 1907

JM . V -' ."- V; ff.i . K' i t"VV The Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) LOCAL NOTES HERNDON BROS., Publishers. ,S P O'&'fc 3 Entered at the Anadarko, Okla., ofllco n nocondolat rrr matter. Jan., rU, V. i. Hi;acimnoN invikms Dally, hj carrier, par w, Daily, by mail, r - . y ?n ,-, Weekly, by mail, per ye- 1 he Knocker ; M. F a: ncr.r I't. C,b, -JvVi'.od in the cf'y yos'.otdaY. ) J. D. V jm is Ohiol..:! .; . Mnf 1st trifles I N. 0. i'u.erH o! Apache, pont ''yOrerda !o 0' j T. L. Evt .! c it In last even irtjj from Hiiion. Pat Howoll of CM".iegle was . i Mian Florence Millor. OUO of An vlarko's popular sbhool toach- jg ore, loft UiIb morning for Hum- bolt, lown, for a BUtmnor'B vacation. J. 3. Ridgoll wont to Chioka today to meet hia sisterr, Miss Vannie Hidpell and Mrs.Florenco Fed, uho poino from Missouri. .Mi as Nannio will remain here iViout two weeks and Mrs. Fnrtl viH epOiil u yoar.' nffl As wo pass along through "r " this world of t3ars, bills to J. W. Isham of Carnegie ...

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 June 1907

.1 I ' ' t rf 1 if All Roads Lead to Anadarko July 4-th. Come, Get in the Band Wagon t File Daily Democrat VoL. i. ANADARKO. CADDo COlNTY, OKLAHOMA. JUNE 20. 1907 NO. 129 BIG YOUNGHEIMS REMOVAL SALE BEGINS SATVRDAY, JUNE 22nd. We are goiag to move into the big brick building, next to O. C. Stephenson's Drug Store,. now being built by W. W. Day, of Wichita, Kansas. We must unload our mammoth stock of Mens and Boys Clothing, Furnishing and. Shoes, the prices we're making will move them. This will be a big money saver to the people of Caddo County come and see what Youngheim is doing for you again. Celebrate the Fourth of July by buying your outfit at Youngheims. . . , rir-tV Forget The Date, June nH.- - s We Undersell Btt Do Not Undervalue '- r- ta w M m wm am. mm Ha a A il i, : i u v n unxi ro v ,T. '.f.,v ' .' One Price To All f ' "- ; . ' Sr4 7 Oklahoma. L. E. Lange. The Demoorat was greatly ploaBed to roooive a letter a few days ago from our friend, Judge L. E. Lange. He informB u...

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 June 1907

it I v. 1 he Knocker As wo pass itlorng: 'through this world of tours, bills to bo paid, and seldom easy placos, it occurs to us that ono trial, might woll bo spar ed suffering humanity with out any loss, except, poss ibly a training in pationco. "Wo rofor to the lenookor. The knocker is essential!,) & hog. lie is always on the ouoh because people make stake of oxpoctinghim what public spirited tiilixouH will do in the com munity' and what in his con science ho knows ho ought to do. When you go to the knook&r for a subscription for an oil mill. or some oth er strong did in the making Of tho city, ho will tell you that the town is a dead one, that it has never grown any fiinco its beginning, and that ho helpot'l it by putting up an 800 residence for his family, lie gots into a state of extraordinary exhalta ffion about how much ho has given at former times that II only equalled by his in flignation when you ask him o specify how much. Then no turns your boosting com mittee do...

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 June 1907

the That "Outrageous Gerrymander." (An opon letor to Frank Groer.) By R. Shive, of Custor county, Honorable Frank Greer; You aro tho recognized loader of tho Republican party in Oklahoma. Sinoo you aro the editor of tho loading Republican newspaper in tho territory, you porhaps have as tnuoh influence in shaping tho policy of tno Re publican party in Oklahoma as any other tan men. Of course everybody expocte you to fight the constitution. We know that you would do that be foro tho oonvontion mot. Noono has over acoused Frank Greer of being a fool, and we aro told in tho fablo that it was c. fool that killedj tho gooso that laid tho golden eggs. Wo do not blame you for fighting it. If wo Btood in your shoes wo would bo fight ing it, too. For eighteen years you havo onjoyed a gruf t that no ono oIbo ever had in the history of tho world. Tho vaults of every court houao in Oklahoma are loaded and crowded with publio records that were purchased from tho Stato Capital Printing Co. at an e...

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 June 1907

. . s n h The Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) IIEKNDON;BROS., Publishers. Entered at the Anadarko, Okla., post- ofllco aa Eccondclasa mail matter. Jan., 22, 1907. HUIIHCIUITION IIATKHI Dally, Ly carrier, per week, Dally, by mail, per year, 10c .$3.00 41.00 Vepk ipkly, by mail, per year, The Confusion of tho Republican Politicians. The dismay that is spread ing abroad through tho He publican ranks, owing to any lack of unity aud plan through bad leadership, is commented upon by tho Ok lahoma Tost, tho only Tto- oublicau daily of sizo that has any regard Tor tho truth in tho ontiro state. For at present tho Repub lican party doesn't stand for anything, and is oppos ed to a party that is organ ized, alert, vigorous, certain of victory, and earnest to servo the actual needs of tho pboplot Thoro aro thousands of Republicans in tho ranks, lovors of Oklahoma, who aro becoming daily more and more disgusted with tho peanut game thoir leadors aro playing. They ob ject to belonging to a ...

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 June 1907

r V All Roads ad to Anadarko July 4-th. Come, Got in the Band Wagon The Daily Democrat. Vol. i. ANADARKO. CAQDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE 21, 19Q7. No, J30 zaxtisiiswMWimmwavwnBiuxm)aiissm IttraJUiri'SLlAJii'jik.mawUfiwM H iHr -w" v -r "v "WPj. TT r" THT TH Tffr - WSrfrk 0T' Wlk PCT -. V imiA IH K M TB WH iB V , YyunuficiiYis We are going to move into the big brick building, next to Q, C. Stephenson's Drugstore, now being built byW.W. Day, of Wichita, Kansas. We must unload our mammoth stock of Mens and Boys Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes, the prices we're making will move ihem. This will be a big money saver to the people of Caddo County come and see what Youngheim is doing for you again. Celebrate the Fourth of July by buying your outfit at Youngheims. Don't Forget The Date, June 2nH - . We Undersell But Do Not Undervalue X An&adLrKO, "" 1 1. -.'.'' ' Oiie Price T?o .A. 11 Okl&h a. oma., OTjipnwHraraBgBffl BROKE ALL RECORDS Private Sale of Lots at El Reno Want Some Dan Peiry...

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 June 1907

(fS DOG KNOWS GOOD TC.JACCO. CHICAGO PHYSICIAN HONORED IN TME KOCKBES "fc'ftMSSm. W HiL jx-ujI ' a gf4! &3&?'pi teffiir m 9j3 wrap' v' S jW m& jK" fc ( fi f jtrl IF 8 HlMSSrtTmmftl iMIWMI.MfcW MMStSMMBUt A W (A' RCPKWGKK 111 i' m m i llniM cf tin Itorklosln Cinoda i am II ns thi ( n i t , Slut on which arc i m r ,wlilr us ilc utuaque ami grand tia the lp .mil which offer a fine opportunities for the enthusi ast In mountain climbing as ever dirt t)u penks In Switzerland. There has 1 n an American Alpine club (or n ii umber of years whose membership Is liimle up almosl entirely of residents f the United States. The members of litis club have not only climbed mill explored many of the peaks of the Rockies In this country, but in Can ada as well Ami now Omnia has ntt Alpine club which wits organlr.oil a lit tin moro than a oar ago and wlilcli Is now planning for Its summer out ing. When the movement began pres sure wns brought to hear by thu presi dent of tlio Amerlcnn Alpln...

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 June 1907

SSIBIUTIES or 5i p ji rr n n7 x u v "a l&e Message from tile Oeacie TW ( A H m -wtitts v . v 'avm - nn mpn b i n vu. : - i t - iwi ryl Ms B It Is tho ambition of tho American aoronnuts who will enter tlio contest nt St. Louis next Octobor In tho effort to retain tho International cup, which Llout. Lahm won last year In his re markable flight from Paris to tho north of England, to make n now long Hstanco record. In fact long buforo the contest for tho International cup, which Is not to occur until Octobor, nscenslons will bo mado to beat Count do La Vaulx's rocord, St. Louis will bo tho point from which theso ascensions probably will bo made, and boforo tho great raco It Is not at all Improbablo tlnst a now goal will havo been sot for foreign aoronnuts to attain. Ono has but to glanco at tho mnps of Europo and of tho United States to seo at a glanco how much greater Is tho opportunity for a long flight from St. Louis than from Paris. Whereas a long flight from Paris Is not posstb...

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 June 1907

1 .. 1 The Daily Democrat (Datly except Sunday.) HERNDON.BROS., Publishers. Entered nt the Anadarko, Okla.t post- office as sccondclass mail matter. Jan., 22, 1907. )) Hot Weather Stories Midsummer Night in a Great City HU1IHCUI1TION ItATKHI Dally, by carrier, por week, 10c uaiiy, by man, nor year, Weekly, by mail, por year, $3.00 $1.00 ' The Annual Sacrifice Yostordny at tho Post Of fice wo saw a boy with his clothing afire, tho same be-' inp; caused by 'tho Hro-crack-ir, lovpil of tho American Bm. "V'o were romindud tlii-n that tlio season ofmad n's is approaching, when thousands of boys will bo killed or hurt in tho United States. Some cities have forbid den tho flro-crackors by law, wo think wo can name 011O, mid in a very, very fow of them, tho law is enforced, bojtho immense satisfaction of ovorybody concerned, in cluding tho business men who mako their money by othor means. In those cities there are no runaways in tho crowded streets, no boys burned and injured, no no horribl...

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 June 1907

Vf s V All Roads Lead to Anadarko July 4th. Come, Get In the Band lAagoi I tie Uaily Democrat. VoL. 1 A LIVE BUSINESS Henninger & Co. Bottling Works to Branch Out. Doses Big Bus'noAc With other Towns The Henningor and Co. Bot tling Works has begun to shapo itself up for business in a way that bids fair to extend its trade all ovor the southwest, Tlo 4 compuny has toe sovoral seasons been engaged in the bottling and salo of carbonated drinks; now it has added tbs manufacture and wholesale selling of bluing and extraots to its business, and in a'ehort timo will put its own make of perfumes on the mar ket. The Democrat yostorday got out 5000 labels for liquid wash ing blue that is being put up by Henningor and Co.. for looal trudo. They will do a general wholesale business in this line, putting a man on the road to plaoe this first installment in the nearby towns. Thoy figure that with their superior article, furn ished at lower comparative cost they wi'l have no difficulty in buil...

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 June 1907

RAYS OF LIGHT FOR W1RE3, WHERE THE NUDE IS NATURAL. AAWVWVWMVWMWVM0MM0VMMW ELECTRIC STEAM FIREWORKS. A Novelty In Outdoor Color Display Seen at Jamestown Exposition. The latest thing In flroworka In Volvos no lint nt all Hint In tin flro thnt can bo aeon, f-r tho most betiutl fill effects of color nr obtained with fleet rlc lights mill noma clouds or Bti-Hin. Thi purront for tho electric hi-nrrhllghla la secured from nny con Vftilpnt aupply, nnil the colored croons are the same as used nightly in every thentor, lint tho artificial rl w necessary aa a background for tic colored lights la Intoreatlug. good-aled portable boiler, on wheels, furnishes the ateam which must be nt nbout 75-Kund iirnaaure. The ateam la conducted.through Iron p. II s into frames of various ahaiwa, Eloetrlc Sunburst. n.n in of pipes with nnnieroiia amnll openinge. The escaping ateam rises In a sheet producing a moving cloud effect, nud when the colored lights are played from ten or more aearchllghtg tho leanlt...

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 June 1907

A 111 MESim The Army of the Children. Thrm.Rli tl.c ilnrk dimn I see them Willi fares pinched iinil cold, With I'M'n thru nei no Ijenuly And garments frayed and old. Thrnurh the dark streets nn army Of little hand, that shrink Ilefore the taskn :!iat meet them And mind too warn to think! Through the dork street I meet them, And In the factories dim, Where tears of cmintleM children Qo Breaking up to liltn. An army bruised and starving, O, Jxirct! iiefnre Tliy Mitel, 0 horde of little children pon Thy coming waits. Again at. night I see them, An army cruolted and weak. With heart too worn for laughter And lips too faint to sttealr. The army of the children. Some dav, O Ivord shall tiee And tear the nettle of durkneaa From Map.tnon's blinded eyea. The army of the children No mere my eyes shall aee In that prnt day that's comtnaj. When ecry child Is free. Till then, till then, I see ytetn. With fai e pinched and cold; With souls thet feel no lieautv And garments frayed and old. Ina Ixr...

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 June 1907

I The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) HERNDON:nROS., Publishers. Entered nt the Anadarko, Okla., post office ns gecondclass mail matter. Jnn., 22, 1 ' V. HUllHCItllTlON IIATKHI Dally, by carrier, nor week 10c Dally, by mail, per your, . .. $8.00 WeoKly, by mail, per your, . ..$1.00 LOCAL NOTES vyr &$$ QD &&$$$ Good tonm for sulo ohoap. See Dr. Boyd. 130 1( Miss Cora Wost roturnod to Vordon last evening. A. C. Doldo it ipendlng tho . day in Oklahoma City. Judgo P. E. Glllolto roturnod yostorday from El Rono. A. D. Brown was a buBinoss visitor at Bingor yostorday. Miss Torsyo Owlor of Vordon is shopping in tho oity today. J. E. Farrington wonttoChiuk i'8ha this morning on business. S. A. Bagby is spending Sun day with his parents in Chioka sha. Capt. Groody returned last night from a business trip to Lawton. NOW For tho bent CohI and lowost prices soo Stephenson Brown Lbr. Co. 180 3t Attorney A. V. Liming is transacting legal business in Fort Cobb today. Miss Gladys ...

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