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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 7 July 1907

Daily Democrat Ippf - - f VOL. J. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA JULY 7, 1907. No, 143 JITfi L-,, JL JBL t i ELECT DELEGATES Republicans in a Peppery Ses sion Choose Delegates to Convention at Tulsa. - The Caddo county republicans assembled in convention Satur- "day night to perform some weighty taBko. Those wore to name delegates to TuIbo, to eloot a state committeeman and to ohoose temporary and permanent officors of the evening's session, As these last two propositions had already been worked out in tho afternoon, the convention was a rather mild performance. It was helped out Bome by T. B. Ferguson's speech of an hour and a half, but Mr. Ferguson .is a poor speaker, and last night managed to say nothing in more wnrdfi than it has fallen to our lot to hear in many a long while. Thorp wfirn two asDirants for honors hero Saturday afternoon, A. T. Boy9, of Anadarko, and Paul Gilbert, of Ft. Cobb. Tho honors were chairmanship of the county convention and tho state committeeship for...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 7 July 1907

Anadarko Daily Democrat ANADAUKO, OKLA. A New Typhoid Terror Although tho illBCovory of now nourcoB of danger to honllh, now enr rlors of disease germs, should be nn encouragement to tho si'luntlftc worker us tending toward the rnoro nccurnto application of preventive measures, tlio knowledge) Hint tho typhoid Infcc tlor. 1h being carried about In ncoren of Buppoodly lionlthy persona will prove rathor nlnrmlng To tho medical profession It Ir woll known, of course, that the typhoid bacillus sometimes pernlstfl for enrn In cortnln portions of tho liumnii nnatomy, and that It Ir nlwnjB to ho found for a tlino during convr.loaconco, hut the possibility Hint healthy and apparently robust Indl vldtialR tnny ho carrlora of tho deadly germs, and that the arrest and Isola tion of such "carriers" may como to bo a part of tho public campaign ngnlnst tho disease, Ir a comparatively recent aspect of tho question. Tho iMscovory of this nddod danger should nervo to emphasize tho Importance of scru...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 7 July 1907

I HEALTH NOTES FOR JUNE. rBIPll WAS HaPfAlU' Wmm m j - ft :i Mv I tiNi SSc ?: &?. v iw . &&&&& y&&$M- r.-svsm3s.n Jt re wms?sismt Ys?5f'w.oTfoS& v n .PWTiffV 5TT. wim .t t . IfKWMKWlJ -?-.1 tt i-toiSiX 1 " . T 1. sa&Sr ?1& -HEBSS!fSllgftSt Si v SSWl-i-'" r w aj. jswAPpwy Spring Catarrh la a well de fined Spring disease. The usual symptoms are given aboe. A Dottle of Pe-ru-na taken In time will promptly arrest the course of the disease known as Spring Catarrh. fTft sVaii Wfcl fgy nprVW Allleitraefced "li lalVOlln this mark W Ai VfcW THE SCAB INSECT. Paint Buyi Made Safe White Lead and Linseed Oil need no argument, no advertising to maintain tliem. selves as the best and most economic al paint yet known to man. ThedifHcuItyhas been for the buyer to be always sure ol the of the white lead and oil. We have registered the trade mark of the Dutch Boy painter to be the final proof of quality, gen. ulneness and purity to paint buyers everywhere. 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. — 7 July 1907

The Daily Democrat (Daily oxccpt Sunday.) II. It. HERNDON, Ed. and Pub. Entered nt tho Anadarko, Okla., post- ofTico us Bocondclnna innil mattor. Jan., 22. 1007. HCIIHCIUl'I'lON HATIiHI Dally, Ly enrriar, per weok, 10c Daily, by mall, nor year, ....$3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year ?1.00 September 17 is Election Date Outhrio, Okla., July .7 Pres ont indioations are that tho elec tion to ratify tho constitution, or revjwt it will bo hold on Tuesday, September 17. Dolognto John J. Carney, of III Rano, membor of tho ordi nnanoo eommitto of tho constitu tional convontion, says tonight that Oovornor Franz will bo Riv en fivo days following tho final adjournment of thooonvontion in whioh to iflsue his olootion proc lamation and timt 00 days will than intervnne before tho oleotion Ho Bay8 also that tho proporcop ioB of both tho oleotion ordinance and tho constitution will bo filod with Territorial Secretary Fileon imraediatoly upon tho adjourn ment of tho constitutional con vontion. Committe...

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. — 9 July 1907

fr The Daily Democrat. VoL. j. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY 9, 1307. NO, 144 W r FERGUSON SPEAKS Republican Candidate for Con gress Delivered of an Ad Sal tdny Night. A Feeble Effort. Thompson 13. Ferguson, Ex-Governor of Oklahoma, Republican nominee for Congress, and owned man of J, J.' Fisher, of O'kcene, his political man ager, spoke for an hour and a half to the Caddo County Republicans Satur day night. Mr. Ferguson's effort was not particular' a happy one, lacking In subject matter J, though long on words. We do not undertake to quote him verbatum, as the services of a stenographer were not available, but we present his line of thoughts and our readers are informed that the parentheses are our own; designed to make specific application of Mr. Ferg uson's utterances. Mr. Ferguson's address In substance follows: Mr. Chairman and gentlemen: It gives me great pleasure to address this convention, to hear the words spoken by your chairman, and to perceive the harmonious, fri...

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. — 9 July 1907

America's Foremost Humousi, f From UrMrrl'itop7itahtt l7 Uftdtrwood A UiS-t oi, M. T. Samuel L. Clemoni (Mark Twain) at teen by his cloie friends. Mr. Clemens wears a white seroe suit always while In the home and Is sometimes seen so attired on the street. SMMX0XW EXTINCT BIRD FOUND SKELETON OF CAHAW IS LOCAT ED IN DEEP CAVE. Bermuda Man Makes Discovery Has Beak Similar To a Hawk Will De Sent to 8mlthsonlan Institute. Now York. Loula L. Mawbray, curntur of tliu llormmln Museum of Natural History, recently visited tho Smithsonian Institution, In Washing ton, for thu purpose of exhibiting to tho exports there several skeletons of nti extinct bird, which ho htul tho Kood forttino to And In n recontly dlB covorol cavo In llormmln. This bird, that hns failed to get n placo In tho "Who's Who" of tenth- EVELYN LEARNING TO COOK. Prepares Dainty Dish Every Day and Takes It to Husband In the Tombs. Now York Evelyn Thaw Is keep ing house! Shu's going to cook, too, and her friends snj lend tho ...

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. — 9 July 1907

'.. '& A X I I I Tho Jublleo jconvontlon of the order 3f Elks to bo hold at Philadelphia dur .ng tho week beginning July 14 prom ses to bo tho biggest gathering of tho members of tho organization over before hold, and tho Quaker city Is making elaborate preparations for tho lelcbrntlon. Thoro are 1,050 lodges at tho order In tho United States and Its possessions and from every one, It Is said, havo coma Intimations that representative delegations wore to bo sent, so that It Is estimated that fully 500,000 visitors will bo present on tho contention. In anticipation of their coming the Philadelphia lodgo Is plan ning decorations and program on a magnificent scale. Thero is to bo a court of honor which for extent and elaborateness of decoration will prob ably surpass anything of the kind over beforo attempted, and tho prominent featuro of It all will bo great sculp tured elks, tho characteristic emblem of tho order. And outsldo tho court of honor thero aro to be decorations which 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. — 9 July 1907

The Daily Democrat (Daily excopt Sundny.) II. R. HERNDON, Ed. and I'ub. T2ntrl nt. the Antulnrko, Okla., pol- office us aecondclasa timil matter. Jan., 22. 1007. , MU'MMCHIITION IIATKHI Onily, Lj carrier, per week, .. . 10c Daily, by mall, per year, $8.00 Weekly, by mall, per year. .$1.00 Democratic Ticket. COUNTY OFFICERS. Representative. C. (J. FISHER. Rain-esentative FRANK STEPHENS Judge of tlio County Court. H. F. HOLDING. County Attorney TlfEODORE PRUETT- ' Olork of the Diitrict Court. CLYDE C. LEECH County Clork JOUN D. I'UGH ShorlfT TYRE RARER County Tronitiror ED M. WEST. Register of Deed. Ii. F. COOPER. Superintendent of Public Instruction. MAUDE E. WIDAMAN. County Commissioner 1st Dist. JAMES MURPHY County Commissioner 2nd Dist. C. C. FISHER County Commissioner 3rd Diat. S. E. THURMOND A Bit of Unpublished History AVhou Frank Fnmlz's sor vico in tho Hough" Ilidoi'H rundoreri liini oligiblo to tho tho highest oilicos in tho stato, nnd President Boose volt had changed a form...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 10 July 1907

The Daily Democrat VoL. j. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY 10, 1907. NO, J 45 K. i OUSTER PROCEEDINGS Board of County Commissioners Asked to Prefer Charges in the District Court. Last night, the board o county commissioners was askod to proseouto Police Judge Frantz in the district court, with the pur pose of ousting him from office in case he be found guilty, as charged by tho city counoil, of malfeasance. Tho charges were filed with the commissioners by City Attorney MoFadyen and tho paperB he road consisted of the minutes of the council instructing him to bring tho oharges and the follow ing affidavits : An affidavit by H. C. Borgdorf, councilman, to tho effect that Herman Franz, in a conversa tion with tho affiant relative to an inoroaso in salary ot f once Judge, said that he would have to bo paid more salary, or ho would either have to resign or get his salary, convoying the idea that he would have to accept money in an unlawful manner. Affidavit of J. C. Stolzner, mayor...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 10 July 1907

V! ' MISSION'S -Hf-HKEALM 'lSv Fashion would seem to have, tho (iIuoh, nnd yot to suffor no depression therefrom, but Indeed, to welcomo tliom with guy onthuslnBtn. Every shmlo of bluo Is worn nnd ninny uro combined In mora or less happy union. Dlntlnctly happy wns tlio nlllanco of n bluo vollo gown of deep China bluo with n peacock bluo hat wreathed with bluo rosea, tho costume being completed by bluo kid cloves taking almost a royal tono. I hnto colored kid gloves. I do not think thoro Is any gnrmont upon which fashion could Rtnllo which has the power to nrouso In mo such Iro as tho sight of brightly colored kid gloves, nnd yot I hnvo been Informed on rellnblo authority that tho colored kid glovo Ib upon us, and that wo aro to welcome In turn bluo gloves, green gloves, violet gloveu and mnuvo gloves. Wo hnvo no mean cholco between tho various tones of blHctilt, almond nnd wash-leather, and, by tho way, with a bluo sorgo dross and a black tie, wash-leather colored gloves must bo re...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 10 July 1907

iM Cadet Prince Edward. A UNION OF BEGGARS M&tern Seven League Boots. I ". . Y I-. I 1 1 Y H MtsisH r5CCTqCTifwaw'K5p ' f .iii ,ji I UI?S7VISVi:fVSiJ.riiU5,.firr.u jk;-vj-.s Ja L mmJSmSBBamJf PRINCE W&BBBn BMmw Wmmm or Future Kino of England In the uniform of a naval cadet at the royal Na val college, Osborne, Isle of Wight. Prince Edward Is the thlrteen-year-oli grandson of King Edward and son of Edward, Prince of Wales. ONCE RICH; IS NOW HOMELESS. EX-MAYOR OF NEW YORK TOWN IS EVICTED. Jeremiah Casey, of Edgewater, N. Y., Loses Fortune In Litigation Rise and Fall Due to His Inven tive Genius. Now York. At ono tlmo affluont, Jeremiah Casey, formerly mayor of Edgewater, on tho Palisades, tho oth er day was ejected from the homo ho had bought threo years ago and all the possessions ho had left In tho world were set out In tho street. His wlfo was so shocked by this latest bit ter experlonco that sho collapsed and had to bo placed In a doctor's care. Casey's later years have be...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 10 July 1907

The Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) H. It. HERNDON, Ed. and Pub. Entorcd nt the Anadarko, Okla., post oflko aa secondclass mail matter. Jan., 22. 1907. HHi;iiMciiipnoN;:u.vTHMur V Dally, hj carrier, per week, 10r nnll litr mnll. iinr vear. $3.00 Wodklv. by mail, per year. $1.00 Democratic Ticket. COUNTY OFFICERS. Representative. C. C. FISHER. Representative FRANK STEPHENS Judge- of the County Court. U. P. HOLDING. County Attornoy THEODORE PRUETT- 1 Clerk of tbo District Court. CLYDE C. LEECH ft. County Clerk JOHN D. PUGH j ', ShorlfT TYRE DAKER County Troasuror ED M. WEST. RoRlfltor of Dtfedi. U. F. COOPER. Superintendent of Public Instruction. MAUDE E. WIDAMAN. County Commissioner-1st Dist. JAMES MURPHY County Commissioner 2nd Dist. C. C. FISHER County Commissioner 3rd Dist. S. E. THURMOND Some Ferguson Omissions Tho ex-governor mado several omissions in his speech horo Unit would liavo boon listened to with the nrofoundest attention. AVo suggest tho following: . J low and wh...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 11 July 1907

The Daily Democrat VoL. i. ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY 11. 1907. No, 146 JI 1 i ir-t tl i I s C01TYJAX LEVY County Commissoner's Estimate of Different Funds For Caddo County in 19071908 Pursuant to statutory provisions the Board mudo the following estimate of expense of Caddo county for the on suing year. The Territorial Equaliza tion Board returns not being received at this time the approximate assessed valuation of Caddo county is taken at $3,200,000 dollars and the estimated expense of the different funds based upon this estimate are as follows: Funds Mills levy Estimate 25per ct total Court p&:i R& B Cont'g. Salary Sept. S. Supply Court H Jud'mt. 4 $10,240 $2,560 U 3,940 960 .2 5,120 1,280 .2 5,120 1,280 .4 10.240 23.60 .2 5,120 1,280 .11 3.S40 960 .1 2,500 640 .2 5,120 1,280 $12,800 4.800 6,400 G.400 12,800 6,400 4,800 3,200 6400 This estimato is to be published for two issues in the Anadarko Weekly Democrat. And the county clerk ordered to give notice that o...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 11 July 1907

RUNS OSTRICH RANCH MRS. PEARSON MAKES CU0INSC3 OF RAISINQ DIG DIRD3. JH39 Just Started First Farm In Cuba Feathered Animals Just Big, Healthy Idiots, Slio Says. New York. Mrs. ICatherlno Ponr r.on of Phoenix Arls., rand Havana, Oiiba.lsnot onljt the iwtrlch queen nf tho wok tern hemisphere, but of tlio world fit large. Hn ostrich farm near l'lioe nh Ib the Urgost breeding ranch In America, and tlio form near Havann 0:1 which she has Just sottled Id Mi M Is tin- Hi hL or Its kind In Cuba. Khe owiib mm' blrd4 than any other woman -ihttli-h farmor on the face of lh" earth "To bei-i nf the beginning of -my t'Miorlence with ostrich? I must tell you that my husband Oral bought a fisA s -, :sskvi $w m -h mw 3 A?Pfft Young Chicks Just Hatched Out. farm nnd a fow birds nonr Jnckson villo. F'la.," snld Mrs. Pearson when talking to n reporter. "Mr. I'carson wai tho mnnngur of tho theater on Union Biiuuro known as Keith's. "Shortly nftor our marrlugo ho de veloped coiiHUinpllun and wo had to Ri...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 11 July 1907

I s i ! vX rJ, i '-,!.' BE GftREFUL Now York. After all la said and done when gossips, lawyers anil courts are flnlshod perhaps It lias been loft for Mrs. Louis O. Meyer to boIvo tlio great problom. The problem la: "How may ono kcop a huaband homo?" Mrs. Moycr's solution Is: "Mako him sign an agreement to be have" That Is what Mr. Meyor has done. From this tlmo forth It really seams as If thoro will bo poaco In the Moyor mansion. If thoro lsl't, It will bn becauso thoro Isn't any cfliclency In legal documents. Mr. Moyer has signed ono ho has wrltton his namo down to cortaln promises and stipula tions. If ho doesn't keop thonl, thoro will bo troublo surely. Louis C. Meyer Is a rich man. Ills wlfo Is an extromoly handsomo wo man. Thoy woro married soma years ago. Kvorythlng wont porfectly smoothly until there camo Into their lives a vory attractlvo and altogether good-looking young woman Mrs. Kathryn Conrad Fuller Haikncss tiirlco married. Tho rest of It Is qulto a long story, but tho...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 11 July 1907

The Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.)! i ... II. It. HERNDON, Ed. and Pub. Entered nt, tlio Anadnrko, Okla., post- o(lko as secondclass mall matter. Jan., 22. 1907. I wib4i;nMnuii'rioNrKATiMtWr Hnllv. Iit cnrrler. ncr wcok. . 10c v. UT ZZ i.r " Dull y, by mail, por year, $H.OO .$1.00 Wee 3kly, by mail, par yoar, Democratic Ticket. COUNTY OFFICERS. Representative C. C. FISHER. Representative FRANK STEPHEN? Judge of tho County Court. H. F. HOLDING. County Attorney THEODORE PKUETT- Clork of tho District Court. CLYDE C. LEECH County Clork JOHN D. PUGH Shoriir TYRE RAKER County Tronsuror ED M. WEST. Rogistor of Deeds. H. F. COOPER. Suporintondont of Public Instruction. MAUDE E. WIDAMAN. County Commissioner 1st Dist. JAMES1MURPHY County Commissioner 2nd Dist. C. C. FISHER County Commissioner 3rd Dist. S. E. THURMOND Why Ferguson Will Not Do. Mr. Ferguson is tho second instance, to our knowledge, in American history ol a person lot out of olfco who is seeking tho suffrage of tho poonlo...

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. — 12 July 1907

The Daily Democrat X VOL. J ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY 12. 1907. NO, 147 t 1 f tli t m RIVER OF BLAZING OIL Threaten an Illinois City-37,000 Barrels of Oil Struck By Lightning and Ignited Bridgeport, Ills. July 11 After working all day damning the Btreots, in whioh ran rivers of blazing oil from the exploding tanks of an oil refinery west of the villago.the oitizensof Bridge port today managed to Bavo their homes from a fate somewhat Bimilar to' that of Pompeii. Dikos were mado to out off the flames from the residonoes and the dam age was confined to the refinery and its vicinity. The loss will tatal S150.000. No lives wore lost. This morning two large oil tanks oontaining 37,000 barrolls of oil were struok by lightning and ignited. An iuBtant later they exploded, sending streams of flaming oil fully 500 feet it tho air. This oil ignited other tanks, fif teen smaller ones, each with a oapaoity of 250 barrels, explod ing soon after the larger ones A small park between 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. — 12 July 1907

AnadarKo Daily Democrat j ANADAItKO, OKLA, rite New Indian. A now Borlos of Indian pnrtrnltR Is needed Tho "noblo red man" of Finlmoro Cooper nnd of Cntlln, tlio fierce flguro In wnr-iinlnt nnd fonthorH, lost hlo romantic Interest whon he was conflnrd to n roiorvntlon nnd fed on ratlnn Now tho Mull-fed roeervn Hon dweller 1ms bean supplanfod In turn by tho now mnn, Indian only In Mod and traditions, who Is BtapplnR up to take his placa In tho Hfo of tha west 'Die plcturoa that nro to ropro ncnt the ww IndlniiH will Iticluilo a chort h.ilrrd, dnrk-fneed man, (lrermeil in Mack iilonch lint, dlniy white cot Un shir', liluo overfills, nnd hobnailed shoes He may bo n ICIowa fanner who pnthoroil 000 hutthols of corn fit in 20 ncrcH of cultlvatud lnnd last ytnr or ono of the 301 I'lno HldRo In dinns who put up 0,700 tons of hay to cany their stock thrhiiKh the wlntor. Cr ho may bo Plenty lluffnlo, who has woiked with tonni nnd semper on the Huntley Irrigation project In Montnna for nix mon...

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 July 1907

j. f V Injury from Meequltees. i Now Jersey has many places Ideal In pltuatlon and accessibility, and one nuch place developed rapidly to n cer tain point and thoro It stood, halted by the mosquitoes that bred In tho surrounding marsh lands. Country club, golf, tonnls and other attrac tions erased to attract when attontlon was necessarily focused on the bltlnR or stinging posts that Intruded every where, and tho tendency was to bcII out. Hut tho owners woro not ready to quit without a fight, and nn Im provement society was formed whlob consultod with my ofllco and followed my ndvlce. In ono year tho bulk ol tho breeding area was drained, mos quitoes hnve since been absont al most entirely; ono gentleman, not a largo ownor, elthor, told me his prop crty had Increased $50,000 In value, nnd new Bottlers begat1 to rnmi in. This year ono of tho worst fceedlnp areas of tho olden day wan used ns a camping gorund, and 100 now resi dences nro planned for nest year. Prof. John 11. Smith, in 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. — 12 July 1907

Iv The Dailv Democrat (Daily cxcopt Sunday.)! 11. R. HERNOON, Ed. nnd Pub. Enteral nt the Anadarko, Okta., post office an socondclaM nnll mattor. Jan., 22. 1907. HUIIHCUIITIO.'OlATHHt Dally, by carrier, por wook, .ldc yaiiy, uy man, nor your. r ...$3.00 .$1.00 wooKiy. fooKly. by mnil, por yoar. Democratic Ticket. COUNTY OFFICERS. HoprpHontativo. C. C. FISHER. Roprouentatlvo FItANK STEPHENS Judge of the County Court. IJ. F. HOLDING. County Attorney THEODORE PRUETT- Clcrk of the District Court. CLYDE C. LEECH County Clork JOHN I). PUGH Sheriff TYKE UAKER County Treasuror ED M. WEST. IU-tflator of Deeds. H. F. COOPER. Superintendent of Public Instruction. MAUDE E. WIDAMAN. County Commissioner 1st Dist. JAMES1MURPHY County Commissioner 2nd Dist. C. C. FISHER County Commissioner 3rd Dist. S. E. THURMOND An Uninforccd Ordinance. The city ih in possession of an expensive water and v'ver system, an also of v'vernljCiisoB of typhoid fev- r. An ordinance compels vil the houses in the business...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
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