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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 13 July 1907

4k The Daily Democrat. Vol. J ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY 13. 1907. NO, J4S l. FILED BY FRANZ Through His Attorney, H. Franz Makes Reply to Charges Filed by City Attorney Be fore Commissioners. Lato yesterday afternoon, At torney Carswell filed with the proper authorities an affidavit Betting forth the contention of Polico .Tudgo Franz in tho im peachment made by the city officials. The affidavit follows: Territory of Oklahoma, county of Caddo. Herman Franz being duly sworn, deposes and Bays: That ho has road tho affidavit of one H. C. Bergdorf, filod herein and made July 8th, 1007, and in reply thereto jays: That amant had filed an appli cation with the city council of Anadarko, asking for an increase in salary and had a conversation with the said Bergdorf touching said matter, but affiant most em phatically denies that he, at any time or place used any language to Bergdorf indicating that affiant would accept money in an un lawful manner, or used any lan guage that would...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 13 July 1907

COST IN HUMAN LIVES Spanning Wide Rivers, Erecting Skyscrapers, Boring Tunnels and Subways, Not Done Without Many Fatalities. Tales of Heroism Relieve Recital of Appalling Disasters Hairbreadth Escapes and Startling Adventures Form Part of the Building Up of the Great City of the Future "Immunos" Sought All Over Earth. . New York. Not millions of dollaro alono, nor tlio skill or designers, nor tlm mining of cinftsraen enter tnto Hi nuking of it Brest city. Sky t. iipi'rs, bridges, tunnels nnd sub v in must 1)0 purchased nt a henry c" r (if human llfo. Kow reallso how in tnv men die that ft Brest public 'v hi. may be created. Engineers and luiil'i'T say that the sacrifice Is In- 1 1 iiile. Six tunnel rysteras are bo 1'tK ('instructed under tlio North nnd 1 iHt rivers. According to one esti mate, there Is one man hilled In thuni, on nu nvernge, for uvory dtiy of tlio j'nr A well known engineer has es tlm itd that every lloor of a modern 'Milldlug of pretentious hIzo Iiiih rost n II fo...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 13 July 1907

Ijri-BTrir. tk tvtJ c THF mm r W-A.RADFORD EDITOR s 1I11TLIWAN 4irTOsfe HOME ,sU ,vjiijtr fiWRsF PM-v EPil?ajattJfe a Stars in "Brewster's Millions." V0tkmk' ' -,?? v - Edward Abeles and Mary Ryan who are playing the leading parts In "Brewster's Millions," a dramatization of George Barr McCutcheon's popular novel, now running at the Colonial theatre In Chicago. LOSE BY CLASS DISTINCTIONS. Marc Klaw Says London Theaters Are Hurt by the Aristocracy. Marc Klaw, tho American theatrical manager, In an Interview In London recently, said that ho Thought tho London theatrical season very dull and uninteresting from an artistic standpoint "Tho theators are suffering for two causes," said Mr. Klaw. "One Is that no effort Is mado to get at tho so-called mlddla class, which Is really rlchar hero than In America; tho other Is tho prices charged for scats. I cannot sco nny reason In tho world why a man should havo to pay $2.C2 for an or chestra stall, when tho man behind him pays only C2 cents. 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. — 13 July 1907

Ml The Daily Democrat "(Dally except Sunday.)! II. II. HEKNDON, Ed. and Pub. Entered nt. the Anadarko, Okln., post office U8 wcondclnM mall matter. Jan., 22, 1007. HUlltCUIITIONSHATItHt Dnllv. Lj carrier, nor weok 10c Dally, by mail, pur ywir, $3.00 Weekly, by mall, per year. $1.00 Changes in the Constitution The eon vnntion, gathered at (luthriu since Wednesday, are very busy shaping iho constitution into its final form. It mny well he that second thoughts are best but wo had such a good con stitution us it was that wo view any changes, necessary as the convention deeinn thoin, with regret. Tho changes announced thiiH far, however, do not weaken the document, but rather make it stronger. Tho labor in terests still have the check thoy need in preventing tho issuance of corrupt cpurt in junctions, and the judge can maintain the dignity of tho court by punishing for con tempt commit ted in its ses sions. The legislative ap portionment has been gone over again so enrofully that tho cen...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 15 July 1907

KiK "Wtm' .- w- The Daily Democrat VoL. j ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY J 5 , 1907. NO, 149 I GETS POSSESSION Probate Judge Phelps Granted Dr. Brown Custody of his Eloping Daughter. After listening to a lengthy presentation of authorities by the habeuB corpus proceedings brought by B.B.Brown to seoure the body of hia daughter, Pearl, who eloped on the evening of Juno 20 with Hoyt Shelby. Judge Phelps decided the case in taking away the girl from Shelby and restoring her to Brown. In making his decision, the judge said in substance that the ovidenoe oonvinoed him that the girl waB fourteen years of aged, tho marriago lioonsowas procure through fraud and perjury and was therefore no marriage, that Hoyt Shelby had perjured him self to seoure tho license and was not worthy to live with a colored girl, to say nothing of a decent white lady, and that the young lady should remain in the oub to dy of her father. Ho was asked to grant a stay of execution pending an appeal to a higher...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 15 July 1907

NEEDED WHOLE BOOKCASE. FINANCIER RETIRES WITH "COMPETENCE" -in'CTi!!'.' BAT'twtTiffCTf'WMiiiiiiiiii iim S,j59iw5 at mr - &MIra MJraiy JJZFE21 B7r-vr-vi--,,?,r'r " SSir. Caz,a&-y When through the strango provl di'ii'Mi of war Uio United States Ih-c.iuk- obligated for the protection and lu lMiin of tho Filipino, mid thu de vi'l m nioiit of tho resource of thu M.imM of tho I'lilllpplno archipelago, tiflci iU of tho Kovorntnont woio i-li 'I'od and appalled not only by the mini toiis case of leprosy, lint liy to cii.'l'rtrt IndllTorHiice with which tho dniu wixh considered mid the mnnll effort which wna made to provont thu tiproiid of thu drond scourge nnd to Isolate those nllllctoil. Hut immodl moly upon tnklng coiiininnd In tbu inlands tho Unltod Htntus began to consider tho matter, nnd Iiub devel oped n policy which Ih bolng carried out systematically not only for tho comfort or tho G.000 known lepers In tho InlandH, hut for tho protection of others against tho disease. Aa wu ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 15 July 1907

WOULD SEE AMERICA. IDRESSES WOUND CONFESSION SAVE NOC DYINO STATEMENT OF WOUNDED OUTLAW GIVES LIBERTY TO OKLAHOMIAN. HAD BEEN SENTENCED FOR LIFE Thrown Into Prison for Murder He Did Not Commit Strong Circum stantial Evidence Brought About a Conviction. Guthrie, Okla. Comploto exonera tion for a prlsonor, who had served several mouths of u llfo term for mur dering his friend, has resulted In the release fioni the Kansas penitentiary nt Lansing of Al Harpstor, an Okluho mlnn, who wns convicted on the chnrge of murdering Martin Julian, near I'onca City. Hurpstor'H free. t'n was secured through tho dying stnto lnent of Byron Cole, an Oklahoma out law, who whon shot down In n light with olllcors, confossed to tho kilting of Julian. Convicted on purely circumstantial ovldnnco, Harpstor wns glvon a life sentonco by Judge Bayard T. Ilainor, in tho district court at Nowklrk. Ho was tried, convicted, and takon to tho ponltontlary to remain for llfo. Forty-four days later In n batilc with dopu...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 15 July 1907

The Dally Democrat (Daily except Sunday. )J II. II. IIEUNDON, Ed. nnd Pub. Entered nt the Anadarko, Okla., post- olllco as HucondcliiHH mail matter. .Inn., 22. 1007. HUHHCUUTIOXrHATHH " 8; ally, 1 carriar, por wick, 10c bIIv. bv mnlli nor vonr. $3.00 WMKly, liy mall, per year. $1.00 The July Sturm'r, Tho Democrat is in iwoipt of the .Inly number of Sturm's Oklahoma Maga zine. Oklahoma in to bo congratulated on having audi a creditable publicat ion of Huh kind, Hetling forth as it doos the institutions, life, and history of the now state We arc muoh in the rough yot, hero, and history is be ing made by swoating men in their shirt sleoves. But withal, our people are pos sessed of the same average of culture and refinement as 1 ho average in any state. It is to sot forth the spirit of this people, conquerors of a wilderness, and builders of a state, that Sturms has set for its task. Viewod in this light, its loading articles, Action and verse, take on an added interest, especially 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. — 17 July 1907

The jJaily JJemocrat. VOL. i AMADArlKc. CADDo COlNtY. OKLAHOMA JULY 17, i9or. v - . - - - ' i iiHBrf MC, IS If. w ) r re at- OP mg ps. mm SHERIFF PLUM Ci?V Bond Within Half an Hour After Notice Of Appoint- menU Bond Approved, Wm. Plum waa offered the offico of county sheriff, vncntod MCo yesterday afternoon by order ofjujgo Oillottt', and within a Half ail hour aftc the tondir was made by the county oommisMon era, hud filed a S500D b Hid, ac ceptable to I he oomonn-i mora. Tho rffico waa off rd Mr. Plum witnout uny solicitation on )uh part, and came absolutely 8 n lurpnso to linn. Thu cummin hciuth had aeveral other namo (ndiT confideration, D.D. Hong Jim Schradur, 11. II. Houlwurc, and P.iul Gilbert of Ft. Uobb. 'I ho i ffir was first made to Mr. lloair, whose Rood seryico aB un der sheriff made him, tho Board felt, next in lino, Upon Mr. 'Hong declining, the agreement wag made upon Mr. Plum, who was telephoned accordingly, and then called upon by Deputy county clerk Veddor. He cam...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 17 July 1907

ljgfa&rfi ()ser. fye Kbhter Is Living Like a Prince in Irish Home. His Beautiful Former Tammany Chief Has Certainly Chosen a Charm ing Spot in Which to Re3t After His Strenuous Career in Amorica. Dunlin Ilk hard ('raker displayed a distinct appii flHiinii of Ilia beiutlfffl when ln pliilied lili Tttdor eaatle on Hi'1 slope i Mii hill that euelrtie Dublin im rihoftn in ii ,i neat-looking maid, your com i.piniili nt fotinil himself In tin- pri -I nir r Mi Crokr lii nisei f, itiillillln; Willi ,1 formidable looking jitpi1 In In- ni'iilh. In thi' giand hull of In Im Ii'mi : directing l hi1 operations nf inn 'i!il w-f ii kmi'ii. who wen1 en ,; 11,' (I n wlml seemed t" I"' I In tathci 'IiIIkii1 i iak nt inakllik llii' till'' of t)i In I i hiiiiiii'v work. Il WHS H Sillily in inn titiuil'in Von it i i ill t him) Im 'aim i! 1 1' .it mulling else existed nt the ' . hut iin problem of that ro- ' i .ii t i . it up Mi Mil. '. n.iii' friendly nmt, a ltd iIm'h r. iiiik (I hit. attitude nf abs...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 17 July 1907

A CRUISER fROM ALOFT. St. IPS 1 1," ', ?3 life l wm'Um&JLt nw I '' f If K, w What the upper deck of a cruiser looks like from the foretop. (1) Look ing aft; (2) Looking aft the vessel cleared for action and steaming fast; (3) Looking forward the vetsel cleared for action and steaming fast, tosocccocccccccccccoGcosseccoscccoco&oscooccccocoscoor WHERE WOMEN RULE. NORWAY, ME., WORLD'S MOST DISTINCTIVELY FEMININE CITY. Sex Supreme In All Vocations Banks, Hotels, Pott Office and Meat Markets All Managed by "Skirts." Norway, lie-Frills, furbelows uud chiffon do the actual business of this bustling thriving New Kngland town. In every line of commerce aud llnance. tiudo aud profession, tho gen tler ecx of Norway Is successfully en gaged. nnd.lt is tho most distinctly "woman's town" in America. The women not only clothe, hat and shoo tho population, but they gracefully preside over meat markets, tha post office and three hotels. The women of Norway marry tho living and bury the dead....

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 17 July 1907

The Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) , II. It. HKItNDDN, 151. and Pub. Entered at the Aaadarko, OVIm.. post- otlice as aetondclaai mall matter. Jan., . 1007. f uitat'ttii'i fox! hatlI I lily, li carrier,, per Week, . - -We niv. ay maw, ixt year, v ' k!y. by inajf, lr year . fv.oo 1 u - ' Democratic Ticket. cpiJNTY OFFICERS. JlUlprCTinfa'We. ' AC FISHES. t Tieptwntalve iTtANK 8TPiIEJ3 Judge of Um County Court H. fc HOLDING. dottnty Attorney V tBODORK 1'ItUETT. Clark of Mm District Cow CI.TDE a LEECH Cottnty Clerk JOHN 1). PDOII fSlitrlff TYRI5 HAKER1 CMnly Treasurer . 15D M. WBST. ltkgM.rer of Heeds. 11. V. COOPEU. Superintendent of Public Instruction. I-WUJOL. B. Wl DAMAN. County Cornmbjskmor-Ut Diat JAME5S.MUKP.ir County Comhilslnner-2nd DuvL C. 0. IMSIIBU ". County Commissioner -3rd DaV . 8. 15. THUKMOND His Heferenet. in t!io course of a cunversntfCn 1'f i'ii to id on at tho club last nlRtit n nf them Jokingly tt'iiiarliiiil ihat . i -in with n "cheek" coulu not any m ri lio...

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 July 1907

?trr,,r'j:''-- The Daily Democrat. VoL. 6. ANADAR.KO. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, JULY 19, 1907. No, 153 I COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOLS MEET Met Y estcrday in an Interesting Session Continues Today The County Sunday School "Workers Association met in its 'Annual convention yesterday at 1:30. The incoming morning trainB were loaded witl delegates, .and moro oame last night De legates kept coming also in bug gies, and there were some 250 present when the convention was opened. YoBterday afternoon by song-aorvico oonduotod by E. 'B. Carlisle, of Sturm, and pray er by Dr. Boeye of Ft. Worth. It was found that the program, as published in the Demoorat, oould not bo oxaotly carried out, although it waB closely followed. For instance, the invocation to bo made by Rev. S.K. Jewel, and Hon. A. J.Perry mado tho wel come addrosB instead of Mayer Stolzner. Rov. Teia responded to ihis welcome on behalf of tho delegates. Tho convention was formally opened by President A. E.Baldwin.and after song servioe and...

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 July 1907

QUIET EDWIN GOULDS. ii aui. tljt Sjtgljwr lElutratum IJy HON. .JAMES 1IKYCE. llrlllsll Atiihuoador In Unllrd State. IKHM (Tlc iiml ttanspoitalinn, nil over the world, !iav PI been trmnfoimed by science, I -imin'lv felt in pliiinliiin. Sixty .war ago science wn not Riven a proininonl pint 'n ilu' curriculum of schools and tmiveTsilk, mid inns ii i Irving In rolejjalc tin study of lamnagc anil It"rntnn in ii secondary place, hi some jmrts df the world it i ' .oming iHHtxomry to insist uon lbe importance of the human m npiHUNil li I lie iiatnrnl or scientific milijwt. H 1 ak vou join nic in considering the value ami hclpfulne i'i individual man of mientifU' studies and of literary studies. i--h iim l, not for success in iiny occupation or profession, nor for anv nili i train ful MirNM', Iml for what may be called the enjoyment of life i 1 1 t iinivorwlv cdm ill ion ham elided. All eihiratimi has two aiilea. It the skill, tlm liahiln of diligence a"d iomi!iilrntion, vOi'ch are to iiikhm...

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 July 1907

GOOD WEDDING CAKE j HOW TO MIX INGREDIENTS VITH BEST RESULTS. HIS GREATEST DEED EVANGELIST TELLS OF VICTORY HE PRIZES. i AN OBJECT LESSON v Jl., HE EXPLAINED. Thcro were 1 1 male passengers on tho street enr and n fnt limn passed along (tio running board and suld to ench one In succession: "Don't think mo officious, ploaso, but I'm taking a straw oto for tho next presidency. Stats your prefer ence, ploaso." "All stated It but one. Ho wtu u Journeyman tailor with a bnndlo of cloth on IiIh knees, and ho ptoniptlr refused. "Hut It's only a straw voto, you know." urged tho othor. "I know, but 1 couldn't do It." "I don't see what ou nro afraid of." Perhaps not, but 1 don't propose to get Into nny trouble." "I don't 800 how you can. Isn't this a freo country?" "Yes. sir, but 1 work for a boss." "Woll. ' "Woll, I should oto for myself, nnd my boss might hear of It." "Hut suppose ho dlil?" "Then I'd gut tho sack In two min utes. My boss means to bo a candi date himself, and ho wouldn't stan...

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 July 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally except SundayT)!'' II. It. 1IEIIND0N,IE1. and Pub. Entered at Uie Anadarko, Okla., post- olllco as BecOndclaHfl man matter. Jan., 22. 1907. wllHauiljriON:iUATKHlJZl Dally, by car'rior, par week, 10c rt1.. 1... mnll unr tnnr. JtJ.lnj Wnnilv. liv mall, nor year, $1.00 Democratic Ticket. COUNTY OFFICERS. JKcprwentntivo. C. 0. FISIIEit. Representative FltANK STEPHENS Judge ir the County Court U. V. HOLDING. County Attonioy THEODORE PRUETT- Clcrk of tlio DlBtrlct Court. CLYDE C. LEECH County Clork JOHN I). PUGH Sheriff JTTYRE BAKERI County Treasurer ED M. WEST. Iteglator of Deeds. II. V. COOPER. Superintendent of Public Instruction, MAUDE E. WIDAMAN. County ConimlRflionor-latDiat JAMES.MURPHY County CommiBsioncr 2nd Dist. C. C. FISHER County CommlsBionor 3rd Dist. S. E. THURMOND What Dr. Pnlmore Didn't Say Tho address of Dr. L'nl more last nili t. showed nn oxiunplo of vluit any bij? man, big-minded and big hearted, having a liftMvorl and boing.tromondonsiy in t...

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 July 1907

tf. wv ,, .- ? The Daily Democrat VoL. 6. ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY 22, 1907. NO, 154 OFFICIAL BOND County Clerk Certifies to Bond of Defaulting County Offcial. Owing to nn ugly rumor that ia boing spread through the county that Mr. Thompson's bond was not good, the Demo crat here publishes a certified 'iopy of the same, under the seal of tho County Clerk. The public is informed that this bonding company, through failure to com ply with oertain requirements of tho legislature lost the right to take on now business in tho ter ritory. Tho bonds made prior to tho passage of the legislative aot aro in full foroe and effect, and tho above bond is good today, and suit isboing brought upon it, Tho bond i6 continuing in form and tho Company is liable until the Mr. Thompson turnB over tho offico to bis successor The Commissioners could not have compelled Mr. Thompson at "any time to file another bond in tho plaoo of this, and the rumor of lack of duo care on tho part of tho Commi...

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 July 1907

iiXi'1" POULARD :T 8EIZCC CN A FAMOUS FRZNCH INDUSTRY. C-llr family on Rocky Uland of Mont St. Mlehel, Noted (sr Tnelr Ccolng, Bought Out by Coulless Corporation. Pari Mont Si. Michel, raid Victor Hugo, I to Franco what lh I'jrrntnttlR nro to Kgnit. To thlt comparison mny bo ndded ttnolher, thnt the nmlet if Madame I'oulnrtl In to Mont St. Mlchl what Mont St. Michel Is to Franco. Hut now, alas! sad news comes from the tourlit huuntcd IslaniJ. No longer will tho hundred thousand visitors who onlvo ench year by the lltfle railway which run from tho mainland nlong tin- mllo and li qunrtor of raised road way, no longer will the thousands who pednl thither on bicycles, tho hun dreds who romo In motor cars bo met b tho representative of tho rival liiumcs of Poulard. No longer will those signs be need cd which hitherto lmvo warned the lit wcomer not to confound tho Inure cif 'l'onlurd the older" with others of a similar iiunui, nor those that told him that "(ho Widow Poulard" was tho ono a...

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 July 1907

rt r,v . ' t TJH. APPLICATION OF LIMESTONE Results of Experiments by Prof. Cyril G. Ilopklno, Cl.lcf In Agronomy unci Chemistry, Illinois Agricultural College. There aro two principal affects pro .dtidod by using lima on sell: Ono (if thoso Ifl to correct tho aciillty of the 80)1, nnd the other It to iltconi lioio tho soil Itself. To correct the acidity of Bcur noils Is co-talnly u very doslrablo and profitable use of lima Clover, alfalfa, nlslko, cow peas, soybeans, nnd many other leg umes will not thrivo on soils which nrc stro.ii; y acid. To bo sure such crops can be made to grow on ncld boIIb by liberal applications of farm manuro or other complete fertilizers but tho nitrogen-gathering bncterla of tho legume plnnts do not properly develop and multiply In ncld and con sequently tho legumes do not have the powor which tlioy should havo to P J 'H-' . .. First Year Clever (Mcstly Foul Grass) With no Special Sell Treatment. accumulate largo quantities of atmo- j spheric nitrogen by ...

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 July 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) 1 At The Empire New Pictures Every Night ADMISSION 5c GOLDMAN'S July Clearing Sale II. It. IIERNDON.lL'd. and Pub. Entered at the Anadarko, Ok la., post- ofTico as sccondclass mail matter. Jan., 22, 1907. HUIIMCUII'IION UATI'.HI ""I Daily, L7 corrior, per week 10c Daily, by mall, per year, .$3.00 WeeKly, by mail, per year $1.00 $ to ft ft A b J. E FARRINGTON'S Feed And Seed Store Stock and Poultry Feed. Garden and Field Seed. Phone 1 36. C H. CLARY, Mgr. WANTED!! 5000 lbs Live Poultry to be Delivered at An- darko, July 1 7th, at the following prices Hens 7c Ducks 8c Turkeys 7 c Geese 5 c Old Roosters, 1 5c Each O. W. ROGERS & SON. lvvvsrvwsKrv"iMi vwfi,w'vwvwMi HAMMERT & AYRES Staple a.nd Fancy Groceries FRESH MEATS, SAVSAGE AND SALT MEATS Fisbin Season., Fresh Vegetables, etc. C Street Between 4th & 5th. Phone No. 84. &Ae Crushed Granite Co., CRUSHED GRANITE FOR BALLAST Street and Cement Work. Agents For Tho HATHAWAY GYRATOR...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
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