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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 24 June 1907

All Roads Leeid to Anadarko July 4-th. Come, Get in the Band Wagon The Daily Democrat. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE 24. 1907. VOL. J. NO, 132 KILLING C STREET Harry Malion, Candidate County Weigher, Did Saturday Night tor Saturday afternoon, Harry Malion. Democratic nominee for county weighor, endeavored to hitch his horae to a post in front of T. J. Sullivan'8 Shoo Repair 'Shop, next to tho Kirkpatrick Hotel, and was not allowed to do so; aa tho horae had alroady pulled down one poBt farther down tho street. In the evening a lit4lo after H o'clook he returned to Mr. Sullivan's shop, in an intoxicated condition, and wanted to fight. Mr. Sullivan refused to accom modate him, and requested him to go wway. Malion, with threats continued to quarrel and dared Mr. Sullivan Bevoral times to an encounter saying ho would "cut his gutB out". Finally.ho threw his knife upon tho pavement, and coming in front of Mr. Sulli van, threatened to strike him, cursing the while, Sullivan Btruo...

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. — 24 June 1907

7 J I . ' ULJK IXiMJL MAKERS . . V. . 'T HnoArr onoTfiO tlOdFPH H. U1 n"!'- IIS ft riMU h - ras halt, or Tfrg k&ightcS" - - X-Af10AMAD0R EX-A1BAc)SAD0R. TO SECRETARY TOi 7D FRANCE ENGLAND Tho United States has reason to feel proud of tho commlHalon which It tins Bent to Tho Hague to tnko part Iti tho deliberations of tho second great In ternational pcaco congress. In many rospects It la thought to ho ono of tho nhlest hody of men over nssombled hy n president of this country, and ns nlcoptlcal as sotno nru regarding tho substantial and pormanont good to ho realized hy such n peaco congress, It must bo recognized that tho moral ef fect of bringing togothor tho ahlo and distinguished mon of tho nations ex erts a powerful Inlluonco for harmony among tho world-powors, and Is a long stop towards tho realization of that world-wldo peaco compact for which tho International peaco advocates are so earnestly contending. Tho commission from this country and now at Tho Hague Is mado up of 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. — 24 June 1907

B Dy CARLOS MONTEZUMA, mwWJrHT?"' Bffiiauxiwmjri. jv'-nuivi'Bsistfr UNDER THE WHITE LIGHT I o ' 01 By Albert F. Bonney i T (CopyrlKht. by Dally Story 1'ub. Co) IIOl'CiII it lias taken the gnu-rnmrnt n long time, seemingly, to reach a correct conclusion regarding its reservation policy, it prolmbh is true that it has been for some time, clearly nd isod of its mistakes in the matter. Assuming, Iherefoio, that the system has mot with just and lasting condemnation, and is doomed to abolishment within as short n time as practicable, tin re jet are other pitfalls to be avoided ponding the important changis that are at hand for the. Indians. Particularly here would v call attention to the tenacious adherence, by the gov- eminent oiliemls, charged with direct control of Indian affairs, to the practice of perpetuating by way of public exhibition the scones, habits and characteristics of curly Indian life, emphasising them as if thoy were absolute and permanent conditions and traits adapted 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. — 24 June 1907

,' - . The Daily Democrat (Dally oxcopt Sunday.) HERNDONZUROS., I'ubllsliors. Entered at tho Anatlarko, Okla., post- office ns gocondclatm mail matter. Jan., 22, 1007. HL'llMCIIII'riON 1IATHHI Dally, lj oarrlor, tior week, .. . . 10c Dally, by mail, nor yonr, $8. Weekly, by mail, nor year .$1.00 Bryan's Strong En- doracment of E. L. Fullon 12. L. Pulton, of Okluho nta City, whom tho iloino cmta nominaiod forcongrw ngfiinst T, J J. Korguson, of Vntongn,goLs n very strong baokiug from J I on. "W. .1. Bryan, in tho speech nuulo by the Nobraskan boforo Hip statu convonUon Tuosduy. Mr. Iiryan was introduced by R. L. Fulton of Oklaho ma City, Democratic nomi nee, for Congress. lie said: "Fellow Democrats, Fel low Citizens, Ladies and Gontlomon: "It is an honor or which I am proudand I feel justly proud t;o bo pormittod to introduco to you a man whom, regardless of party afllliation, we all love and honor, and whom, as demo crats, wo believe is tho peer of any American citizen, liv ing or ...

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. — 25 June 1907

All Roads Leeici to Anadarko July -4th. Gome, Get in the Band Wagon Tile Daily Democrat - " " i. VOL. I. ANADARKO, CADDO ColNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE 25, 1907. No, J 3 3. TULSA TOR NADO SWEPT The Damage ie Estimated at Over Throe Fourths Millions. Tulsa, I. T., June 2-1. A tor nado whioh swopt ovor this sec tion of Indian Territory Saturday night did damage eetiinatod ovor throo-fourth million dollars. Tho tornado ncoompanied by a hard rain and hail storm and oleotrioal display. Many houses wore un roofod in Tulsa and three struuk by lightning. In tho Glnn oil pool nine six toon hundrod barrel oil tanks be longing to The Prairio Oil & Gas company, ono55,000-barreltank, owned by tho Quaker Oil Gas company, a 100,000 -barrel earth oil pool, owned by tho Victor Oil & Gas company, and a number o Bmallor oil tanks wore struck by lightning. Tho fire in tho Glonn pool is still raging and it thought the damage in that aeo will amount to over a half million dollars. . Hundreds of people fr...

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. — 25 June 1907

imivWijr.i;UTaMJijimg-CTwriLJHimJ ww rji-i.yj yg. AN ARTISTIC TOP. ; ; HER CHOICE : : By Bello Trimble Mattson Vg, (Coyrlht, liy Her oyes brightened ns sho fat nluno In tho flickering firelight. Tlio cool greens and grays of tlio room took on n little llutli, nnd hor face Hhnrcd It. Tlio noxt hour would (lochia her life; tilio wuh gambling with Fnto, nnd thcro was u pleasurable excitement about It. It mntterad little to her which came first; tho colonel could give hor devotion, not to spank of IiIh wealth und position. Tho doctor could give her nn oqunl dovotlon, nnd tho companionship of n keen and vigorous Intellect.' Jack did not count. Kim hml given him tho rendezvous only that sho might complete her revenge. Ho wns not renlly In tho running. Why Hhould she marry ngnln at all? Hut then, why not? Hhe wan Next Hour Would Life. young, nnd widowhood hnd begun to pall. It wns n llfc-hablt with her to rid herself of things when they palled. A servant brought u enrd. So! It was to bo 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. — 25 June 1907

INHERITED A FORTUNE! TOURISTS IN WALES' THE FIRST ENGINE CHIEF HEIR OF "SILENT" SMITH "JOLTED" BY NEWS. Ceerco Grant Maccn, Nephew of De ceased Millionaire, Tells of Him self Engaged In Railroading Since He Left Yale. Chicago. Do you think you could be calm If you woke ti and found yourself possessed of $12,000,000? Do you think ou'd get up just ns early In tho morning and drill down to work In the samo old way when $12,000,000 awaited you In tho bank to cut up any tricks your checkbook might order? That's what George Grant Mason, heir to tho vast fortuno of "Silent" Smith, Is doing being calm and hold ing on to the Job which sup,orted him before his eccentric uncle died sud denly while on a tour of Japan and made the South Dakota trainman a millionaire. Mr. Mason, who was recently In Chicago atttendlng a family reunion lu Evanston and Incidentally on busi ness .connected with tho settlement of the Smith estate, frankly says that tho news that ho was to Inherit tho Greater part 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. — 25 June 1907

The Daily Dcmocra (Dally excopt Sumlny.) IIKUNDONIIIHOS., Publishers. Bttttrtd at the Anadarko, Okla., post- of!lc m wcomlclnu mull rtittr. Jan., 22, 1907. SUIISCHIITION HATIIHl Ully, 1 carrier, per weuk, usiir, iy man, W lift, by it ekly, by tnal tier year, 1, per year, 10c .00 1.00 Tho boys are conn ting off llio days as they ptiiw until fh'ocrnclcor maiming and poultice time. It moans something to bo a town-booster; il means iihat tho booster will havo tho privilege 1o sit in the blind wagon while the buat or sits by tho wnywde and watches tho procession pnH. Which do vor count your selfa boostor'' or a "biiH-tavV The Guthrie State Capital asks "How will tho demo crats shift the responsibility Tor tho defeat of statehood." Tho majority of tho peoplo who instructed tho demo crats to write that constitu tion will have plenty of help to do tho "shifting" in the next presidential campaign should it fail and they won't all bo OklahoinaiiH either. C. S. Wagoner, of Apaoho, was a busino...

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. — 26 June 1907

ell Roads Lead to Anadarko July -4th. Come, Get in the Band Waeon The Daily Democrat. VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO ColNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE 26, 190Z. NO, J34 INJUNCTION DISSOLVED Conventions Action Upheld Election to be Called Soon. Guthris, Okla., June 25. By a vote of five to two. Justice Ir win and Pancoast dissenting, the Oklahoma supremo court held to day that it has no jurisdiction to restrain the constitutional con vention, and by a vote of four to three, the dissenters being Jus tice Burwell, Irwiu and Pancoast, the convention's election ordi nance was hold valid. The per petual injunction, recontly issued by Juitice Pancoast, pre venting the holding of an elec tion on the constitution so long aB it contains divisions of organ ized counties in Oklahoma Terri tory, was dissolved. Immediately upon the an nouncement of this deo'.sion by' Justioe Hainer, who wrote the opinions in all five of the consti tutional convention cases, Attor neys Noah & Snoddy for the Woods county people ...

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. — 26 June 1907

H- ' , - ..' President RoosBt Said: "Texas is the Garden Spot of the Lord" 95,000 Acre Ranch of Dr. Chas. F. Simmons Now On the Market. Here Is Your Opportunity to Guy a Farm ol from 10 Acres to 640 and Two Town Lots In This "Garden Spot" lor $210. Pay. able $10 per Month Without Interest. Investigation will show that till? 15,000 ucrcs comprises ono of tho finest bridles or Agricultural nml Truck farming land In tho ontlro stato, com mencing nbout 3f miles south of Snn tntonlo and about two ml Ion south of fleasanton (tho county punt of Atas osu County), nnd extending through rUascosa nnd n part of McMullcn SountlcB, to within 17 miles of my JO.OOOacrc Llvo Oak County linnch. which I In four months Inst year, sold to 4,000 Homo Seekers, on liberal torniB, without Interest oil deferred payments, which gives tho tioor man, front his savings, a chance to securo good farm and town lot for his homo In town. I will donnto nnd turn over o threo bonded Trustees, J2GO.O0O from tho proceeds ...

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. — 26 June 1907

h AnadarKo Daily Democrat C8, BUT PERFECTLY WELL. CHOICE OF TVO EVIL3. IB ANADAIIKO, OKLA. Ingenious Gut Not Inventive Women havo great Ingenuity In niaptlnE c!il contrivances to new ends, but little power for Inventions. Tbo patent ofllco at Washington contnlnB, to bo sura, many models from femi nine bands, some useful and some fan tastic. Tor example, one woman who wished to combine gardening and poultry-raising Invented an antl-scratchlng appliance for the feet of her hens; but It Is to bo feared tho condition of tho feathered flock suffered from lack of tholr customary relish of worms. Most of tho populnr and effectlvo conveni ences of personal and domestic life havo been made by men. A woman enn do more things with a hairpin than a man could ever accomplish. She. will pick a lock, extract a bean from a baby's ear or noBO, run a string Into a curtain, hang n picture or button hor boots with tho useful hnlrpln. But in spite pf the frantic demand for a prac ticable pocket, sho has...

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. — 26 June 1907

c The Daily Democra (Daily except Sunday.) Make Your Cistern Clean and Sweet d?e Crushed Granite Co., CRUSHED GRANITE FOR BALLAST Street and Cement Work. LOCAL NOTICES OF HERNDONIWtOS., Publishers. Entered nt. the Anadarko, Okla., post- ofllct' db ficcondclasa mail matter. Jan., 22, 1907. 2j Wdnts, For Sale, Lost etc. J KLAD 'EM Call at the old papers hundred. Democrt for 5 cents a Agents For The HATHAWAY GYRATORY CRUSHER. Capacity lbOO Tons per day. GRANITE, OKLA. HUIIHCItirriON UA.T1CHI Doily, by carrier, per week, Daily; by mail, per year, Weekly, by mail, per year, 10c ft ,00 Good See Dr. toam Boyd. lor salo ohoap 130 tf 00 So far iho constitution has successfully run tho gauntlot of the highest court in liho now states. Will the Republican spollbindors now bo good, or won't they bo satisfied untill tho people have a whack at it? Tho supremo court of Ok lahoma, by a vote of flvo to two, dissolved tho constitu tional injunction cases yes terday. By a vote of four to threo tho sum...

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. — 27 June 1907

All Roads Lead to Anadarko July 4th. Come, Get in the Band Wagon The Dailv Democrat ,. jr ar A mrmr V8& ' -. vol. i. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE 27. 1907. NO, 135 BgangHgBsmaagmifflsoaEsfla ram'a BMawmMMrnaga 4 Xy yXk iJimn w i mumaaBsmtamBcxmax sumnvBEsK IS NOW IN FULL BLAST! GREAT CLOTHING SALE! X I Th and is is the biggest bargain sale of first class up to date seasonable merchandise ever held in Anadarko and Caddo county No odd ends or left overs from years ago, but new stylish goods, it has been a big harvest feast for every man, woman and child who have attended and who will attend this Mammoth Clothing Sale. Remember we're slaughtering this oreat tfnri nnh'I We Move Into Our Big Now Brick: Building Below We Quote A Few Of Ow Mauryy Bargains Mens all wool three piece suit, plain and fancy worsted and casimers, stripes checks and club checks, very latest patterns, well worth $1 5.00. Removal Sale Price ,00 TC&i I ay HV Mens fine, all wool, three piece, blue s...

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. — 27 June 1907

SCHEME NOW The Practice Might Almost Be Classed as a Fine Art--How It Has Been Successfully Done, with Legal Assist ance, in Some Celebrated New York Cases. New York. "It's n Blmino! Hero I wns roiuly to go to trlnl with my mimlor case this morn ing, and Hint fool or a cllunt of initio had to go to work anil nut n ftlmvo and n haircut. Now I can't lmvo li 1 in triad for two mouths. IIo'h got to wait now until tho vacation won hoii Ib ovor. I'll mnko Hiiro that ho does not nhavo any nioro whllo I havu nnythlng to do with hlB dufoiiBU." I wan coming out of, tho criminal courts building whon I rnn Into a law yor, an old aciiialntancu ho Ib ono of tho best-known crlmlunl lawyers In this country who appeared to mu ob though ho was about mad enough to 'ftfffittttMMM! YIM& ' 1 I WNlim I'M I 3P?Pf X ? VKSvV tfj x "BODGE- ?EEV5MG Jump out of his skin, writes Gus Iloo der In the Now York World. "What's tho matter this morning?" I Inquired. "Nothing tho mnttor," ho ropllod, "only horo I wa...

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. — 27 June 1907

How Seed Potatoes Are Cut Into Sets THE ARMY WORM AND ITS METHOD OF THE HERICAN i& HOME In Largo Numbers They Are Kxcecdlnjjly Vegetation, and Even Trees. Destructive to . to kl" " U" '4I Mr. Wllllnm A. Hadford will answer miesttons nnd co adlco l-'KLU OK COST on nil subjei ts pertaining to tho mibjoct of building for tho renders of this paper. On n count nf his w!d. expe rience as Editor. Author imil Mumifac turer, ho Is, wl'hout doubt, the highest authority on nli theso subjects. Address nil Inaufrles to William A Undford, No. 191 Fifth Ae, ChlcnKo, 111. nnd only vncloso two-cent stump for reply. It Is possible with tlits plan to build n good sensible, stylish house (or a flmull nniount of money bucauso tho arrangement Is so economical. It Is a little more than n cottngo In height, yet tho plan Is so complcto Hint three good squaro bedrooms with bathroom and plenty of closets are worked In closo under tho roof in tho socond story. I nover know n woman to liavo closet room enou...

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. — 27 June 1907

The Daily Democra (Daily oxcopt Sunday.) HEItNDONIUHOS., Publishers. Entered at the Annilarho, Okla., poaU ofi"ko as gocondolatB mull mattor. Jan., 22, 1007. HUIIHCIIIITIO.N ItATJtHI Dally, hj carrier, por week, 10c Dally, by mall, peryoar, .$8.00 Weekly, by mall, per yoar $1.00 Republican Convention to be Held in Tulsa Tho ropubllcan stato oonvon tion will bo hold nt Tulsa on July 12 ut 10 o'clock. TIiIb dooision vraa ronoheu yoatordoy alter a conforonoo botween Chairman J, L. Iluinon of tho ropublioun committee and a number of ro publiaan loaders. Chairman Ila- mon will at onoo wiro the various momborB of tho oommittou asking thoir assent to tho issuanco o( tho oall. Ho has alroudy wirod Soo rotary Taft of tho war depart ment rominding him of his prom iso to attend tho first republioan stato convention and urging him to bo prosont. It is statoa that in obbo Mr. Taft finds it IropoBsi bio to como to Oklahoma for tho convention Spoakor Cannon will bo invited to address tho Okla homa...

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. — 28 June 1907

V r 11 Roads Lead to Anadarko July 4th. Come, Get In the Band Wagon 1 lie Daily Democrat. .-. tol. i. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. JUNE 2. 1907. No, 136 ) v I i YOUNGHEIMS OVAL SALE BIG REM IS NOW IN FULL BLAST! ' GREAT CLOTHING SALE? & s V UX OL OW UA. VN N!' . .. -y -X 7 V virw e 'Z6 "T V vT i. V Q This is trip. hiWpsr harpain sale of first class ud to date seasonable merchandise pvpr hnA in AnJnX l p.jj. t i . anrl enrls or left overs from vears ago. but new stvlisb eroods. it has been a hior barvrV fncf (Uv v,, i 1 1 i i li T j j l -n l j 7u o i.l r-i ii q i d u ----- ruir J ma" wuman ana cniid who have attended and who will attend this Mammoth Clothing bale. Kemember we re slaughtering this great stock until ' . , We Move Into Our- Big New IBrlolc Build ine: Below We Quote A Few Of Qw ftlaivy Bargains Mens all wool three piece suit, plain and fancy worsted and casimers, stripes checks and club checks, very latest patterns, well worth $15.00. Removal Sale Price Ml ; 1 1...

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. — 28 June 1907

w Tlarrv Orchard. Thli it the man who confessed to the outrage by which ex-Governor Stunenhern of Idaho met hie death. It wat as a result of hi confession that Mover Haywood and Pettlbone, the officials of the Western Miners' Federa tion, were arrested charged with conspiracy In connection with the murder. Haywood is now on inai ,;t.,:i............-.r-iy THE PRESIDENT HAS FUN. secret sen Ico man xi'allod behind. TJitt president, who had been cramped In a. car all day, set a pretty lively i.acfl for the lengthy vloo president, nnil before titer had gone much nioro than a mllo Mr. Fairbanks was hot, thirsty, nnd gasping. Just about thon tho fsrnihouso of Fiank Thomas hove In sight, and tho pr Hldrnt sot out for It across country. Thomas was working on a haystack, but he throw down his rako mighty iulck when tho president Introduced MiiikcU Could tho vlco president nnd i i,.....ir hnvo n class of milk? Thorn- ax is a Republican. They could have all tho milk nnd everything elso In tho f...

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. — 28 June 1907

nnJL. ;aaaaanarfi? i-wi3JaryfJi:v-r.u!aaBaau-.i wacsgv "THE PLAY'S THE THING ?? By Emmott Campbell Hall Kxszxxaa&aimBix&JSSEsiz&sBEt' ? th A. IIUmROOTT .A A marked fcaturo of tho present Bt-ason Is tho novelties which arc ap pearing In tho realm of fashion. Con spicuous among theso novoltles may bo mentioned tho Japaneso outllno of ttho bodice, which Is permitted to stamp its popularity upon tho blouso, notably upon tho laco blouso which looks very woll, Indeed, under such conditions. I would quote a capital example made in a combination of thick white gulpuro strlpod with lines of black velvet ribbon over a flno laco front, and destined to bo worn with a flno laco skirt bordered with coarso laco a very good dress altogether. Hosldos this, I would observo tho addition to tho laco blouso of mora ordinary detail, of braces of ribbon, short wide alcoves of ribbon, and a belt with sash ends of ribbon. Such ribbon could bo chlno with a satin border. This needs a slim figure f...

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. — 28 June 1907

The Daily Democra (Daily except Punday.) I1EIIND0N;BU0S., Publishers. Entered at the Anadarko, Okla., post- ofllce aa sccondclasa mall mattor. Jan., 22, 1907. HCllHCUIPriON IIATKHJ Dally, ty carrlor, nor week 10c Dally, by mail, per year, . . . $3.00 WeeKly, by mail, por yoar, . $1.00 . The Rc-npportionmcnt Tho disposition on the part of tho convention to reconsider tho legislative up poitioninont shows that tho beinoemtie party, after tho honest decision of tho Ho publican Supreme iludgos, is anxious to do the right thing. Xo have never hoard m Democratic paper say that tho legislative districts a ere planned so aa to give the Republican party any advantage, but wo have al ways believed that where the democratic majority was so evident it would bo incon coh ablo folly to apportion in tho manner that thnc fab ricator of lies, tho Guthrie State Captial, has boon rep resenting. If it should be found that any ilouors have crept in whoro they possibly ought not to bo, thoy aro not neede...

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