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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 29 June 1907

All Roads Lead to Anadarko July 4th. Come, Get in the Band. Wagon The Daily Democrat. VoL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, JUNE 29, 1307. NO, J3T V RULES OF ENUMERATION Oklahoma Census to be Taken July 1, Will be Handled By Sworn Agents Washington, Juno 28 Director North, of tho census buroau, has li issued n genurui uiuci uuuuulm- ing the Oklahoma consus, wnicn will be taken on July 1. Tho enumerators shall bo residents of the districts they canvass, sel ected without regard to their political opinions. They -will get from S3 to So a day. Eaoh en umerator must take oath that he will not divulge any information ho secures, except to the official designated by tho director. Any person who refuses to give the enumerator any information will be prosecuted. National Guatds Return home.' Twelve companies ot Infantry, Signal and Hospital corps of tho Oklahoma National Guard came up on the north bound train this morning on their return to their respective stations, from the tar get pr...

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. — 29 June 1907

'V JILTED D0Y8 JOIN ARMY. DODGED A PEACE OFFERINQ. CONDEMNS STANDARD OIL METHODS JSIIIIIB II IBM II II Him IIIIIBIIIMI III IIIIIIBI I P 1 ut- !! II 11 , II IN THE, LIMELIGHT V -tJJ Herbert Knox Smith. Herbert Knox Smith, who Iiiih reported to tho proaldont that Standard Oil lias been aided hy flagrant rntu dlHcrltntnntlnn, and that It maintains Kb position by crippling oxlstlng rivals and preventing tho organization or now companies, Is commissioner of corporations, nnd proviotiB to his appointment a few months ngo was deputy commissioner under Mr, Garfield. Cheater, Mnss., Ih his hlrthplarc, nnd ho was horn Nov. 17, 18G9. MMWSM0knmM0MAMMMMM IN THE NATURE OF PICKUP. Woman Wanted the Express Charges Saved to Store. A young woman entered a staro In Washington nnd bought a Eiuoklng Jacket. "Of course you will pny tho express charges on this for me?" sho said, with a winning smllo. "Certainly, madam," replied tho clork. "Wo will pny oxpross any whero within 100 miles." "What will tho ox...

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. — 29 June 1907

niVERSITY IN SLEEVC8. NEWS KDWF TOE Danville, 111. Spinsters nnd bach elor maids of this, "Undo Joe" Can non's home town, have joined hands In a common cause. They want the town bachelors taxed, Furtheimore, they want the tax grad uated according to nee. Tho older the man, the bigger the tax, demand the unwedded women of Danville. And, what's more, this Is no Idle dream; they have drafted their de mands In black and white, and It Is now before the common council of tho town In the form of a proposed ordi nance. Literally, It Is a caso of pretty much tho whole unmarried female popula tion of tho town waiting at the church! ( In Danville they have a delicate lino drawn between spinsters nnd bachelor maids. A spinster, according to Dan ville definition, Is ono who Is n maiden because she can't holp It. A bachelor maid Is a maiden because alio wants to bo. nut bo that as it may, all distinc tions huvo been cast to the winds. Those that can't and those that won't alike demand that bachel...

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. — 29 June 1907

The Daily Democra (Dally except Sunday.) HEHNDONIUROS., Publishers. Entored nt the Anadarko, Okla., post- ofllcu as secondclnBS mail matter. Jan., 22, 1907. HUIIHUKIITIOX HATJISt Daily, by carrlor, per weok, . 10c Dail iv, ny man, jior yoar, . . ?H.oo Weekly, by mail, pur year, -$1.00 Tlio rnitotl Stales Sonulo may liavo a blind moinbor, Iho first in its history, hut physical blimlnoss is bettor than moral astigmatism. Kausas City Post. A boor bottle bobbod into Muskogoo the other day, snj's an exchange, and al though it did not contain the contraband liquid caused quite as much commotion as in it was a lot tor writton, apparently at Haskell, J. T., by two gii'ls saying that thoy had committed suicide. Perhaps they had merely gotten away with the con tents of the bottle and felt like joking. What Is a Democrat In a long article in a late issuoof the Commoner ad drossed to the New York World on the subject, "Wha is a Democrat?'' Mr. Bryan recapitulates as follows: To recapitulate, 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. — 1 July 1907

HMMOBHI w x All Roads Lead to AmacJarlco July -4th. Come, Got in the Band Wagon r i tr f v i iriiii ktmi Vol. l. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. JlLY J. J 907. NO. J 38 k a i jI' a t i DROPPED DEAD Mrs. Freeman, Living Northent of Binger, Succumbs to Heart Failure. Mrs. Freeman, 82 years old, was in Binger Saturday in ap ..xrent good health, olling ber ries growiJJ her farm. Yester day morifC, at S o'clook, she suddonly fell to the floor as she was walking about in her own house. Those who rushed to pick her up found her dead. Medical attention wae at once se cured, and it was (ound that death had resulted from heart failure. Mrs. Freeman und her family came to Caddo, county at the opening in 1901, and looated northeast of Binger. Last year cm' of her sons died of append! ( iHa in Binger, and hi estate is nor in probate. While Mrs. Freeman lived to a good age, her ilea.h was unexpected, ftP'i will bo a oause of sorrow to n many fri-Jrdf. Police Court Clycia Keeler was fined in po ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 1 July 1907

ROTATION AND FERTILITY. Round About Gossip of People and Things in the Great Metropolis Wjwiiw tmmi RYAN QUITS WALL STREET TO ENJOY HIS FORTUNE N1CW YOHY. Tliumm F. Kynn has ended IiIh days of activity In Wall HtreoL Ilia dopnrlure far Europe the ollior ilny nlgnnllzod lilt breaking nwny from llui personal management of tlio gigantic corporation! with which lio haa been associated for the InKl 25 yonrfl. 'i'lio news of Mr. llyan'o retirement linn licnn confirmed In Wall street by Iii'mi who know liltti Intimately nntl who lmvB closely watched hit move ment In tlio Htock nuirkot during tlio lant trnilltlon that Mr. Hyan'a nmhl lion, nftor ho had Income an Imiwr tnnt factor In the financial world, was to nocnniiilnte $100,300,000. Thin he lias accomplished. Hit fortune la ea tlmntod by thoso In a pjaltion to know at conaldernbly over that (Inure. Mr. Itynn, according to "Inside" In forinntlon, will now c-ijov n retired llfo on hla magnificent catnto In Nol- THAT the altitude of the sw...

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. — 1 July 1907

I W Jl jra ar. jiwiihil m, 1 ' I FRIDAY THE 132 A Novel by 1 THOMAS W. LAWSOH I Author of "Frenzied Finajce." jf mm ! SERIA1 STORY (Oopjrlcht, HOT, Doubudty, re Co.) CHAPTER I. Continued. "Well, sir, I Bhould feel much better if I could go over thero Into the swirl and smash It out for myself. You ace If 1 could win out alone and pay back tho scat price, and then niako a pllo for mysolf, If ou felt later like giving me anothor chanco to como Into tho firm, then I should not bo laying my solf open to tho charge of being a moro pontiloner or. your friendship. You Know what I moan, sir, and won't think I am tilled with any low-down pride, but If you will lot mo have tho prico of a stock oxchango seat on my uote, and will glvo mo tho chanco, tnok command of a business that pave me an Income of two millions and a half a :-nr. Once more I begged Bob to como Into tho firm. No yet, Jim." he replied. "I've got my seat and about a hundred thousand capital, and I want to fool that I'm free to ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 1 July 1907

The Summer Drink -'. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer is the ideal summer drink. Cooling-, satisfying and refreshing, it adds to the enjoyment of the outdoor luncheon for it is a food as well as a drink. Pabst brews for food qualities as well as for purity and flavor. Pabst found the only way to get all of the food-values out of the barley-grain was to follow Nature in making the malt, by growing it slowly and scientifically, and he there fore perfected the Pabst Eight-Day Malting Process. Pabst Malt is richer in nutriment than other malts. Pabst BlueRibbon The Beer or Quality is n more healthful, wholesome food than other beers. The Pabst Perfect Brewine Process blends the rich food values of Pabst Malt s.. V ' fr -! ," The Daily Democra (Daily except Sunday.) II. 11. IIERNDON. LM. and l'ub. Enter) at the Anadarko, Okla., post- ollke aa econdclass mull matter. Jan., 22, 1007. SCIIMCIUI'IION ItATItHl Daily, 1 carrier, per week, 10c Dailv, by mull, per yeur, .. . $3.00 Weekly, by mail, per yea...

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. — 2 July 1907

All Roads Lead to Anadarko July 4-th. Come, Get in the Band Wagon The Daily Democrat. Vol. l. ANADARKO, CADDO COlNTY, OKLAHOMA, JULY 2, 1907. NO, 139 ISSUES CARD ON SCHOOL LEASES Wcnncr Issues Statement Re garding Control of Big School Land Acerage. Because of so many inquiries received in his office regarding the control of the big school land aoorago in Oklahoma, Sooretary Fred L. Wenner, of tho school land loaaing board has isBuedthe following explicit statement re pardinp the lands: The statehood enabling act provides that the sohool lands shall be leased under tho present rules until such time as the state legislature Bhall make different provision. No ohango in the rules for leasing can therefore be made until the meeting of the first legislature. All leases which expiro this year will bo renewed for another term of three years tho same as usual, each lessee being granted a renewel upon all his holdings at the appraised rental fixed by the board, no person being allowed to bid...

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. — 2 July 1907

MAKING THE MOST OF A SMALL WATER SUPPLY Practical Demonstration of tho Possibilities of Irrigation by Man fix ol" n Pipe Line By Prof. R. II. Forbes, University of Arizona. in Foml-Hiid regloni. with their 1 hot seasons, a group of treoa nivnit the linmp offers rufugo from the II.mk heal, relief to the eye. ami often, latin',), decides IxMwcen oomfort and in i-.' i-v for ihra In residence. Hut n ouco plnntd mint In inch n ' M air e tended and watered faith f'lMv or he Irmt It It of Importance, 1I1 ''foro, to n nan p a mean nf tlls- i'i iium twit only saving of water. Imi' .iNo a.fFInx of tainr. Tiros facts Viii- Impressed upon the writer In iu (oumn of h long, lint summer dtir In i. which, with buckets ami hose he 3.1I...1 Joitaly kept Brow I tin a scorn or so ' rncentl planted trees. 1 1 "ast lnr .ibnitt for a bettei way various de m - were exiierimenlcil with. !' .' are necessarily wasteful nf v 1 tmenaxe along Intermodule 1 li -'tween trees causing consld- ' I 'us. On .Irregular ...

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. — 2 July 1907

POINTERS ON EGG COOKERY. ALL AFRICANS NOT BRUTAL. TRIUMPH FOR HENRY. Moundans Bear Farming Tools Instead of Warlike Weapons. ARABLE LAND LIMIT I HOW LONG CAN THE DESERT HOLD BACK THE FARMER? Science Increasing the Tillable Area of the Semi-Arid Region Ex perts Do Not Agree on What Is the Arid Land. One of the most Interesting contro veirles of a scientific nature Is thut which relates to the limit of tho ntahle land In the arid atpl scml-arld portions of tho western continent. It Ik evident that tho limits of tho desert air movable and that science Is help ing to move tho limit back at a rapid rate Hut tho scientists' and tho prac tUal farmors do not agree ou how to do lino the limits. I'nder tho rutins of tho general land oinco at Washington It has been held that wlioro the precipitation, or fall of rain and snow. Is less than SO Inches annually tho provisions of tho desert land net apply. In othor words any country or section wlioro nature has not provided at least 20 Inches nf wa...

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. — 2 July 1907

The Daily Democrat (Daily oxcopt Sundoy.) II. It. HEKNDON, Ed. and Pub. Untorod at. tho Anadarko, Okla., poBt- olllco as pocondclnss mnll mattor. Jan., 22. 1907. HU1IHCIII1TION KATHHI Dally, hj carrlor, per weok, . . 10c uauy, oy man, iter year, o.vu Weekly, by mall, per year. $1.00 The High Tax Rate Tho county clerk's annual statement of assessment, published in last week's weekly,8howH the total value of all taxable property as sessed in the county to bo $2,59$,:io2.oo. The land is assessed at $2.80 per acre, city lots at $20.8.'),' horses at$l5.fJl, mules and asses at $19.5(5, cattle at $5.17, sheep and goats at (38 cents Upon this two and ono hnlf million wo pay somothing ilike (5 per cent, raising an amount somewhat more chan $l5o,ooo. It is natural to grumble ab a high tax rate while omiling to mention a low valuation. Wo have given tho assessed values above in order to show that tho peo ple are not after all paying an oxcessivo tax. We as sume that tho actul value of lands an...

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. — 3 July 1907

All Roads Lead to Aneidiark:o July J-th. Come Gest im the Band Wagon The Daily Democrat. Vol. j. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, JlLY 3. 907. NO. J 40 95ra il V i We Save I Money felf) on Men Klla ! and Boys pVI I Shoes YOUNGHEIM'S fit MOVAL SALE IS NOW IN FULL BLAST See the J Great I Reduction on Our Boys Clothing Great Clothing Selling This is the Biggest Bargain Sale of First-claas. up-to-date, seasonable merchandise ever held in Anudarko and Caddo County. !No odds and ends or lett overs from years ago, but New, Stylish Goods. It is a big harvest feast for any man, woman or child who has attended or who will attend this Mammoth Clothing Sale, licmember we're slaughtering this great stock until we move to our big new brick building. Below wc quote a few of our many bargains : REMEMBER WE UNDERSELL BUT DO NOT UNDERVALUE Men's three piece, all wool, fine Suits, light and dark colors. Very Nobby patterns in Cheviotts, Worsteds and Cassimers. Worth anywhere else in town $12.50. Our ...

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. — 3 July 1907

- I.. mn " ' ,1 -." . u UUUU ULO Ul LUC OO JvlilUO . Ul !.; l'H. '1 "utl '-i --V . - '- - .. I i. mm uiiaerweai Good Bleach, full taped ests for He Better bhach full tape vests for lie Still better bleached vests that we sold two for 35c now 2 for 25c All mercerized vests now 20c All better underwear at same reductions Muslin Underwear Our muslin underwear nrniiiio-if o are positive hUllllVllW bargains at the regular prices as materials have been advanced to such biff Drawers that are marked 25c will be sold for Drawers marked 39c will be sold for Drawers marked 45c will be sold for Drawers marked 48c will be sold for Drawers marked 50c will be sold for Drawers marked (35c will be sold for Drawers marked 69c will be sold for Drawers marked 75c will be sold for J Drawers marked 98c will be sold for Drawers marked 1.25 will be sold for Drawers marked 1.49 will be sold for . Gowns marked 5Sc will be now Gowns marked 75c will be now Gowns marked 98c will be now Gowns marked 1.25 will be...

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. — 3 July 1907

C32JL ving Opp ot t unity ale Begins NG, JULY 6th, 1 907 AT THE PEOPLES STORE For once we are up against a serious condition-it's through no fault of ours hoover-not in many years has the season been so backward Business is certainly demoralized. Goods that should ,ve been sold weeks ago are still on our shelves. We cannot afford to carry them any longer, we need the money and the room for fall goods It s too late to think of profit WI the tll.owanLifttlnseudinview.earegoingto inaugurate a sale that will make July, busy month we believe the busies July weve ever had. Linn ed space does not allow us to quote all the reduced prices. However you'll find enough of them below to give you a pretty good idea of what you may expect We want you to come and see us durS this slle and if you do not note at a glance that you can save much money we will not expect you to spend a cent. We believe you know that our clearing sale prices are Ltual ductTons from the usual prices and we'll expect all o...

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. — 3 July 1907

RANK DECISION Police Judge Franz Accused ol Doing Wrong Asked to Resign. Yostorday morning U. G. Ken nedy, an omployo in tho 00 bar, on 0 streot, was brought before Judtse Franz on tho charge of soiling' liquor on tho morning o Sunday, Jun 20, at about 2 o'clock. Thin wad tho night when Harry Mallon wub knocked down, dying about midnight, find thtra was a crowd In tho str. et for k grHttr part of tho niglit. Tho contention of tho city attor ney was that Mr. Konnody, tak ing advantage of tho crowd, vlolatbd the ordinance providing that no liquor shall be sold or buIooiih bo open aftor midnight of Saturday. Tho witnesses sub poonod for tho oity wore Sam Roberts, Ed Turner, W. H. Stark woathor, Timothy Sullivan, Bar noy Hatnmort, Wesley Childa and Woaloy Coffee. Attorney Byrne represented the dofonso and placed on tho stand Kennodv himtolf. Tom Watkins, H. G. Stowart and Oenton. Messrs, Roberts and Turner swore that they purchased whis key at about 2 o'olook in tho morning nnd paid for...

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. — 5 July 1907

The Dailv Democrat v VOL. 1. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY 5. 1907. NO, 14 J R II MS A GOOD PARADE -Fouith of July Celebration Breaks all Records This Year Anadarko had the real thing in Fourth of July celebration yesterday. To-lay wo realize it. Thoro were all tho accompani monts, tho rod hot sun, blazing av?ay with all its forco; the shouting.swoating crowds every where about tho streets; the jar of tho cannon craoker; John and Jane tho young lovers, toying soulluily with the satisfying ice cream soda; tho puffing merry- go-round; flags a flying and the shout of tho moving picture show man. Tho celebration started official ly with tho parade at 10:30 in the morning, but tho stores and shops were decorated and stroota crowded at an early hour. A surprising large number of our friends from the country tribu tary to Anadarko, came in to onjoy the day with us, and were made heartily welcomo. Tho rest rooms wero put to good use, and' if there wero any lady visit- ' ors from a d...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 5 July 1907

feBRlALsl 1 A Novel fay jj THOMAS W.LAWSON 1 Aullior of W "Frenzied Finance." H (Corjririit, ik), initifdr,l'K.tcv.) CHAPTER I. Contlnusd. Tills girl who cnmu Into our ofllco that July Baturday, Just In tlino to In turforo with the outing Dob Urownley nnd I had Inld out, nml who wiih doitlnod to dlvort my chum'B hereto fora smooth-flowing rlvar of uxlitenco nnd turn It Into nn nltornatlon of roar ing niNhofl nnd deadly cnlms, was truly tho moist oxqulilto oroaturo ono could concelvo of. I know my tliotiKht mint havo boon Iloli's, too, for his oyos woro rlvotod on hur face. Sho druppod tho blnok lnBhoa Hko n veil as eeo wont on: "Mr. Urownley, I i'uvo Just como Dob was slipping the shackles of from Sands Landing. I nm very anx ious to talk with you on n business matter. I havo brought a luttor to you from my father. If you havo other engagements I can wait until Monday, although," and tho black veiling lashes lifted, shuwlng tho half-laughing, half pathetic eyes, "I wanted much to la...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 5 July 1907

fl ft sr J zr P L V ,- .,.. .' La It. ' i"f . IV ' .' Jr. f . '', . u iLOTMPiWaCftMgfiaY- H mm PEOPLE TALKED HAS EYES ON Aa tho son of Gen. Grant ho Is regarded by his friends as certain to got a largo vote from federal veterans In tho north whom no othor candldato could cntlco from tho Republican ranks. His friends say that Mr. Grant will not consont to bo tho plckod candl dato of any small cotorio of politicians. Thoy point out that ho haB nuvor buon ombnrraHBlngly Identified with nny faction of tho party. Friends of other candidates, howovor, do not regard Mr. Grant's claims very seriously, as thoy say that no man can bo elected on uccount of tho popularity of his father, Mr. Grant Is a resident of Now York city whoro ho lives tho slmplo llfo. Ho devotes his mornings to doing nothing In particular, ne ho has nothing to do. Evnry nftornoon finds him In tho Manhattan club, a Democratic strong hold. Horo ho smokes till dlnnor tlmo. "I'm a splendid loafer," ho eays, "nnd with a good ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 5 July 1907

Women in Athetotic Contests The 50 yard raco by ladies in yostordny'e program was a graceful and interesting affair, and suggests to us nothing unwomanly or to bo frowned upon. Itatficr, the taking part by women in athetotic contests, in a pro per way, is to bo commen ded, a$ thoro is addi'd health ind strength and breathing power to bo gained thereby, aside' from the pleasure of trying, themselves out in 6om0arisOn with, their com petitors. How tuuoh wiser and bot her was the way in which the -aiioifentB conducted their .games. There the contests of women wore a regular and beautiful feature of the day, occasioning " not tho slightest remark or thought of Thlything unusual. Now w&lbring our girls up to softness, pretty much, and the only competition in winch they otfOT stolid be fall tho public is the rivalry of " tomans lopks," vhiclf iy3fno value as concorns thoir health. When they becomo houso drudges with thoir lunirs loldfsconed thru washing disheSfand lugging tlio baby ab...

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