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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 23 July 1907

Ttre Daily Democrat. "V' X! & VoL. 6. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULYf23. 190Z. NO. J 55 HOYT SHELBY IN COURT Before Justice Starkweather Charged With Perjury. Swore To Age of Girl He Eloped With. t&r The trial of Hoyt Shelby for perjury began today atllo'olock having been delayed through Judge Starkweather's absenoo at the noliofl court whoro ho tried B, B. Brown for carrying oon coaled weapons. Shelby, the defendant, is charged with per jury, swoaring that Pearl Brown, B. B. Brown's daughter, was 15 years old to'proouro the issuance of a marriage lioenso when he know her to be but 14. The territory appeared byE.F. Baker and B. B. Brown, proBo- outing witness, was represented .by H. W. Morgan. Attorney Morris represented tho defendant. Witnesses wore sworn, for the territory: Dr. Brown, Mrs. Brown, and T. G. Oolko; for the defense : Fred Simpson, Reose Kinney, It. A. Gallaher, Dan Hoagland, Mr. Dodson, J. C. Hudgins, A.A. Bowles, Bob Elliott, W. H. Mo Cullooh, Howard ...

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. — 23 July 1907

X WDimeini Wto Haw Of AU tt)e Cbnii7f arcd Stately is4ivsM9 of tfrjt Wbttt Houye, ry. tnrovar fckvlfti73 Bb tht Orj!y Op Nov Ltvli?g. Tlio pnncliiK of Mr. William Mo Kltiluy appreciably depleted tho llMt of wirvlvlng White Home Indies, to tlio point Hint tlitsy have become almost uh low rr IIvImk ox-prcsIdontHnnd of Oils Inttur thorn In only one. Whllo Mm. MaKlnley, ly reason of tli con tinuing HlnoM which hud for tunny yimrH Imaet liar, could scarcely be looked upon ni an notlvo llKiiru In miclul lllo at the executive mansion, lior Influence on tlio American nation, through tlio thoroughly sympathetic 1 elation the enjoyed with hur hus band, was not slight. Thare Imve, In Ihn rniirae of our comparatively very brief history, been gay Whlto Houses nnd quiet Whlto House. To tlio Inttur chins IiuIoiik tin administrations of William Mc l'.lnlcy nnd Theodoio Roosevelt nml of Martha Washington. noma earlier executives. Of tlio for 1 lor, Dollj Madison Ih generally loo!(d upon as thu most ...

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. — 23 July 1907

i h A. tt to J h L-S Va4L5 SIMPLE LIFE ABOVE RICHES pnnrsos- 0 BBfflaffiBBgSBBsaww a i maapavmn. , ... 1 mHivi.wjWLami i i vawji5."Vr j - - n. i r' ZW .... . Mis. Edward Schwab. "Please don't ask mo whothor wo are to get a wedding present of $2,000, 000, bocnuae I do not know," Bald Miss Edith McGorray, tlio handsome Clove land girl who was married In that city, June 18, to Edwurd, tho jouiibosI brother of Churloa M. Schwab, tho ateol magnate. "And, moreover," continued MIbs McGorray, with n blush, "I do not cwo I will bo just as well satisfied with $200, or two dolhua, or nothing at all Mr Schwab and I aro planning only to bo happy nnd wo nro not anxious fm monoy, becauso It might lntorfcro with our happiness. Wn Intend to llvo th slmplo llfo. Wo arc not going In for society. Wo Just want each other." MMMAAAAAAAMMMMMMVMWMMMAAMMnM "PLANT STONES" OF VALUE. Germs That Ars Occasionally Found In Certain Vegetable Growths. Among tho many strange things to be found In tho Phltlpplno Islan...

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. — 23 July 1907

M ,3 l ?: i. .... .!.'. i t. ii I Clean, Pure, Wholesome At The Empire J New Pictures Every Night ADMISSION 5c 0. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Visit marvel at & MU SI sHK m ,rP Nl ,.7! .nyt. a i-; : "?' SV'r:- tffh ' ,( 'i 4 BA v.i.b' SilA!; &S3& s&$5$ Hr.5' . &"' T 'SS :3& Af '- rA: '.'' :r-:. .-f- ',;. . . j. WjAI -i .: :,ViS. &im-::5L iVhMYir- " The Dailv Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) H. It. HEHNDON, Ed. and Tub. Entered nt. the Anadarko, Okla., post- office na aecoiulclasa mail matter. Jan., 22, 1907. HUllHCIUIriO0ATKMin3!ES? Doily, by carrier, per week, ... 10c Daily, by mail, per year, . . $3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year. $1.00 For Sale EJ SWJ, 18-7-H. Eighty acres. Can le sold in ten, twenty and 40 ncre tracts,, making fine small farms. Trice JJ0 per aero. Lot 21, Block GS, six roomed house; ino location. Trice $1100. Lot 10, Block CO, three roomed Jwuso; fifty foot lot, Trico $600. Lot 20, Block' K, three roomed louse, close in. Trice $575. Also we ha...

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. — 24 July 1907

The Daily Democrat t eVdL.--i. ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY 24, 1907. NO, 156 .BOYLE, COUNTY CHAI Committee Meets Last Night and Reorganizes. New Officers Chosen. Committee, to take action upon the flortorial representative, financial measures and other matters of importance, last night, a new organization was entered into, in whioh Fremont Boylobe oamo ohairman of the committee, C. V, Liming seorotary and Will Dietrioh treasurer. Tho candi dates wero invited to suggest names to be voted on, but do olined with thanks. Randall Livosay, acting seore tary, called the roll, and by re quest of Chairman Scott, read the call. Tho committeo then got down to business With referonce to the flortorial representative, the aommittee was addressed by the Hon. Bon Wilson of Canadian oounty. Mr. .Wilson had already been chosen as flortorial reprasentativo in the distriot formerly mado up of Cleveland and Canadian counties. Phis distriot having been chang ed by tho constitutional conven tio...

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 July 1907

PRIVILEGES OF A GENTLEMAN. Younjtter Probably Will Chance Ideal In Course of Time. Thoro Ifl a small boy In this town, nnya tho Ilaltlmoro American, tho con of a rather dlstlnKiilRhcd lawyer, who liflB decided opinions on whnt constitutes truo aristocracy. Ono day recently a friend called upon his mother, and, while waiting for tho hostess, was entertained by tho small boy. "What aro you golnj; to do when you i;row' up?" was tho stereotyped question alio propounded In tho effort to start the conversation. "Oh, I am ROlng to smolco." "Yob7" "And chow." "Oh I" "And Ramble," "Indeed I" "And swoar." "lleally!" "And drink corn whliky." "And why aro you y,onx to do such thltiRS?" asked tho visitor nfilinst. "Oh, all southarn ntltimon do them." THERE IS A REASON. The Medical Times Explains Why Doctors Oppose Patent Medicines. Tho Modlcnl Tlmos for April In n moment of frnnknoss oxplnliiB tho wholo opposition of phyfllclnns to "pat ent" inodlclnoH which nro tnkon with out a proscription, In...

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 July 1907

Err THE DEST HE COUCD GET. Amateur Gardener Could Not Under , itand Why Seeds Did Not Sprout. l Tho woes of tho amateur gardener aro very amusing to others, but de cidedly real to the man who ba3 polled a suit of clothes, blistered his hands and lost his temper in bis ef forts to make things grow, A young man, recently married, early In tho spring secured a sub urban place, mainly with tho Idea ot "fresh, home-grown vegetables.' Kvorj evening ho would hurry through hit supper nnd rush out to his garden where ho displayed mpro energy than skill. Hut, alas! When many little green things began to break the Ground In his neighbors' gardens, hlr own remained ns baro as tho Sahara "It certainly has got mo beat," h confided to n friond at his ofllco on day. "I can't understand why not a blessed thing has como up. I planted peas nnd corn and tomatoes." "Perhaps tho seed wore rcfcctlvc," tho friond suggosted. "I hardly think It was that," tho gardenor replied, "for I got tho very boat paid I...

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 July 1907

The Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) It. K. HEUNDON, Ed. and Pub. Entered at tho Anadnrko, Okla., post- ofllco on nccondclass mail matter. Jan., 22. 1907. HUIIHCUIlTIONZrilATICH! RVIE Daily, ty carrier, per week, 10c Dally, by mail, per year, . . ....$3.00 Weekly, by mall, per year $1.00 Democratic Ticket. COUNTY OFFICERS. Representative. C. 0. FISHER. Representative FRANK STEPHENS Judge of the County Court. U. F. HOLDING. County Attornoy THEODORE PRUETT- Clerk of tho District Court. CLYDE C. LEECH County Clerk JOHN D. PUGH Shcriir TYRE BAKER County Treasurer ED M. WEST. Register oDecds. B. P. COOPER. Superintendent of Public Instruction. MAUDE E. WI DAMAN. County Commissioner 1st Dlst. JAMES MURPHY County Commissioner 2nd Dist. C. C. FISHER County Commissioner 3rd Dist. S. E. THURMOND STATE OFFICERS. U. S. Senntors ROBT. L. OWEN; THOS. P. GORE. ,Yustic( Supreme Court JESSE J. DUNN, S. W. HAYES, R. L. WILLIAMS, MAT1IEW J. KANE, J. B. TURNER. Governor C. N. HASKELL Liout. Govern...

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 July 1907

' icVt Ac8c fc. V i o 1.i&,-S The "- r .f -rer-.rt VoL. I. ANADAR.KO. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY 25. 1907. NO. I5 Dml Democrat i .- - FRANTZ ISSUES ELECTION CALL Fixes September 17 for Selec tion of Officers and Decid ing The Question of Prohibition. FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF COUNTY. ATS fe, 84. 7C) j& Guthrio, Okla., July 24, Gov ernor Frank Frantz issued his proclamation at 4 o'clock this afternoon, oiling an olootion for September 17, as provided in the election ordinance of the consti tutional convention, to ratify or rejeot tho proposed constitution, to vote on atate-wide prohibition and to eleot state, congroBsional, judioial, legislative, county and township offtoerB. E. L Fulton. Saturday afternoon and ni g h t, II o n. E. L. Fulton of Oklahoma City, our candidate for Congress, will address the voters of Anadarko. Mr. Fulton has a peculiar interest in Caddo county, for it was Caddo county that gave him his nomination at Geary last March. The Democracy of the city and c...

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 July 1907

fwx. S.xs-4 Jabin mjck Kearney, Neb And there camo n ilmu whan wo wanted to go Into tlio ihcep business. "Wo" nro a woman. An early English writer says: "A tiousoiiand cannot thryvo by his corno without cattoll; nor by his cattoll with out corno. Shoop In my opinion Is the most prolltublo cattail any man can javo." Wo procured a flock nt consldorn tile cost; bought them of nn old Bheop trader who Know his InmlnosB If wo Jldn't oUrs. Ho topped tho market ivlion ho sold us his linlf fnt lambs, ulce, big lambs tho yoarllng kind it lamb price. IIIh bunch of old owoh chnngod hands nt a notch lower. Do not buy old owoa. Thoy linvo a way of passltiB into the mysterious bo yond In such n nipld manuor that It hocks one! Wo think ho succeeded In inlondlng nil of the origlnnl Hock, IIioho recorded In onrly history, on our SinndN. Anyway, thoy lmd conio down through tho dingy pait. In Unit wo fool wo hnvo buuolltod humnnlty. No mid will got any mora of that genera (Inn. Tho availing; nun of 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. — 25 July 1907

K yi $ SER1AI TORY (Coprrlchl, MOT, Doubled, Tig 4 Co CHAPTER II. Continued. I did not nrguo with him, for, after that Saturdny'a outburst, I had made up my mind to nvold stirring nob up unnecessarily, Also, I had to admit to myself that tho things ho had then Bald had raised some unucomfortable thoughts In me, thoughts that mode mo glanco less confidently now and then nt tho old sign of Randolph & Randolph-nnd at tho big ledger which showed that I, an ordinary citizen of n free country, was tho absoluto pos sessor of uioro money than a hundred thousand of my follow beings together could nccumulntet In a lifetime, al though each had worked harder, long er, moro conscientiously, and with perhaps moro ability than I. As to how Deulah Sands' codo had affected my friend, I was Ignorant For tho first tlmo In our association I was completely In tho dark as to what ho was doing stockwlso. Up to that Saturday I was tho first to whom he would rush for congratulations when ho struck It ri...

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 July 1907

PITTSB'OltG MOKTGAGE-ltfVEST-MENT CO. I Farm Loans-Jno. E. White, Mg'r. In ovory community thoro aro mnn whnRO ontornriBO. BOtivity of mind and strong business talonta bring tuom into prominonoo mnn in whoao hands a branch of businoBB ordinarily common plaoo is built up and managod with auoh skill that it oecomos vory BUCcoHBful and aBSumos an im portant position in business affairs, Suoh men and such businoss in that of Jno. E. White and the Pittsburg Mortgage In vestment Co. Tho main offioes of tho company aro at Pittsburg, Kansas, whoro thoy havo a oapi tal of $30,000 and aurplua of S3C 100, and branch offiooa at Cordna ElkCity and Anadarko.Okluhoma and aro now establishing an offlco at Guymon. Tho oompany hall placed a largo numbor of farm 'lonn8 in tho territory and tho low rates of intoroBt and liboral troat ment aooordod borrowers havo givon the oompany a high reputa tion for prompt relief, accommo dating and buBinoss-likomothodB whoro ovor thoy aro known. J. E. White, tho ma...

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 July 1907

S01 K. ttV ' The Daily Democrat T, - VoL. l. ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY 26. 1907. NO, 156 storied EIGHTH GRADE GRADUATES 37 Graduates of 'the County Common Schools Receive Their diplomas. Ora tory and Flowers. Tho Opera House was crowded to the doora Inst night 10 witness tho county graduation exeroiaes for tho 8th grado. Mibs Wid aman, our effioiont county sup erintendent presided, and the Hon. Dyke Ballingor made the presentation address. Speoial muBio was provided, whioh, with the regular numbors constituted an interesting program. The Choral Club made its first public appearance with a rend ering of "Honor and Love to the Soldiers Give" arranged to tho muBio of tho Soldiers Chorus from Faust. Other oxoollent musical features were eoloa by Mesdames Beach and Burnham, and Misa Gillette and little Miss Harvey, and instrumental num bors by Misaes Hougland, Nath an and White. Pleasing recitations were given by Agnes Burnham, Raymond Connor, Ethel Morris, Cheater "Wostfall,...

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 July 1907

, v OLD CITY HALL, From itfrtograph, copyright, l7 I'ndtrwowt t CnUerwood. N. V This structure Is renowned as the birthplace of Independent government In America. aaaaamammmmsamwwvwwwm WATER FOR WORK ON WORLD'S GREATEST ACQUEDUCT IS BEGUN. Tremendous Engineering Project Will Cost $161,000,000 and Is Estimated Will Take From 15 to 20 Years to Complete. Pccksklll. N. Y. With Improsslvo ceremonies work wns formally In augurated Mm othor day on iino of tho greatest engineering undertakings In tho world's history tho aqueduct which Is to supply Now York city with water from tho Ontsklll mountain region. Tho nqueduct will bo the greatest of ancient or modorn times. It will cost S1G1.000.000 $20,000,000 In oxcosb of tho estimated coBt of tho Punnmn cannl and HO tlmos tho cost of the PHONE MARRIAGES ILLEGAL. Texas Estate Tied Up by Contesting Heirs. Galveston, Tex. If tho higher courts of Texas alllnn tho decision of the Nolan county court that a telephone mnrrlngti Is not n legal marriage ...

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 July 1907

mmmm "- , ?a0OWCS2CGXiOOCOOOOOOOO "7 bmXQ TO PREVENT s juwi w v vin, i .jv paw - 7f RSrJnri ,- I IV 7 B. k4$ r " ft sua r-wji i 'ivi Jill 3OCKOX,0OCfCC4XX'W; $000"X000iCOOWC-OtfXVOaCi Paris. Thero Is n tragic hole Inthe wall In every ward of Pnrls. It Is a Kind of low window, without glass, In the side facade of the local nubile charities establishment. Look ing at It, you perceive It ends In a olosod wooden box, movablo and dis connected with the wall Inside. It loolts like a dumb-waiter or dlsh-olo-vator. It Is it dumb-waiter not for dishes, but for bableB! Up tho dark side street there comes a wretched mother. What shall she do with the infant In lior arms? Sho has reasons not to answer questions. Sho shrinks from Investigation. Shall she put baby on a doorstep? No; evorjbody In Paris Is aware of the strange, sacred holes-In-the-wnll of tho Assistance Publlque. She waits until there Is not a soul in tho dark sldo streot. She walkB up to the dumb-waiter. It Is at tho height of mot...

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 July 1907

r- i if i .. The Dally Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) II. 11. HERNDON, Ed. and Pub. Entered nt the Anadarko, Okla., post- olTico as secondclasH mail matter. Jon., 22. 1007. HCIlHCnil'NONlItA.TKMI Daily, b carrier, per week, .. 10c Dally, by mail, iter year, . . . $3.00 Woekly. by mail, per year. $1.00 Gallant Democracy Tho democrats of Blaino county have buoIi roBpeoi for ladios that thoy refused to plaoo a candidate in tho field against Mies Emma Card, ropublioan candidato for county Buponntonuont. uoary Bullotin. What shall wo say of tho gallantry of tho ropublicans of Caddo county, who, with--out regard for such a lady tts Alisa Widatnan or for fine efficient service, have placed a candidato in tho field hero? Words cannot do tho sub ject justice, but tho people will do aplenty on Septem ber 17 noxt. Tomorrows' Speaking Tho opportunity to hear two such democrats as K. L. Fulton and Sam Hayes in ono day does not como so ofton to tho democracy of Caddo county as to bo light ly pas...

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 July 1907

V o. K. Ulstorlcal Society - m t The Daily Democrat. VoL. l. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY 27, 1907. NO, J 59 CANNON TO . AID HAMON? Republicans Believe Lawton Man is Digging Deep Pitfall For Frantz. Is the attendance) of Speaker Cannon of Illinois, and a whirl wind speech by him against .the constitution and statehood, with promises of a now enabling act at tho next session nf congress, containing a legislative appor tionment ready-made for tho new state, one of tho big cards whioh Jako Hamon of Lawton planB to spring on Governor Frantz and his cohorts at the Tulsa conven tion? Chairman Hamon yesterday admitted that ho had been in communication with the speaker of tho national house of represen tatives, but doolares that he has not yet reooived a definite answer. Tho interest Cannon has taken in tho question of statehood, and his known opposition to statehood, which is deolared to mean a solid dhmocratio delegation from Okla homa in the next congress, in fluences local repu...

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 July 1907

,f i? !'f r f Owylioo, Idaho. Dnre Slro: I bano In thaa comitrn II vo inontliH, I had nn oncio wlm died thra months In Swn den and lave mo nil hla mo-nloa and ho anya to mo you tnk thnn mn-n!o nnd go to Amorlka nnd mnkoa Bom tnoro mo-nlo nnd bnno n rich man nnd romoa haok to Swndon and gotH mar rlcd and I liano hero five months nnd lost nil my mo-nlo nnd didn't bnno rich. 1 wnro lioro thra montha nnd como to Omyhn to got a yob on tharo railroad nnd I tanks I would looka round tha Htock yards, what bano big ger than nnywhnre, and I wnnta to hoo Amorlka, dan u foliar ho apokoa to mo Ilk bo knowd ho. When I waro in Swndon and Bays hollo nn 1 saya liollo myself, "did you wnnta to buy Fomo tnngs,',' bo anya to mo, and I naya "no" to him, I takoa a job on Ilia railroad an I told him mlno oncio dlod thra montha nnd lavo mo his mo-nlo nnd ho aaya "why don't you buy Homo Htock mid that mo-nlo nud bano rich In a lootlo whlla,' nnd 1 waro Kind I Raw lilm nnd I aaya to him I will do dnt tangs n...

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 July 1907

I-,- t4 W I FRIDAY I THE 131 A Corel by I I THOMAS W.LAWSOH I H Author of W 1 "Frenzied Finance." 1 (Copjrtght, 1M", Doubled.?. I'ct A Co.) CHAPTER II. Continued. No ono who scanned tho crowd that morning would havo bellovcd that the ;alm, sot face on that erect Indian figure, occupying tho vory ccntor of that horilo of gamblers who were only awaiting the ringing clang of tho gong to hurl thomselvos llko madmon nt each other, was tho hystorlcal man who tho night heforo was wildly pray ing for this moment. Nearly every man In that crowd was calm, but Hob Drownloy was tho calmest of them all. It's the exchange codo that at any cost of heart or norvc-tcar a man must re tain good form until tho gong strikes. Then, that he must bo ns near tho un caged tlgor as human mind and body can bo made. Only I realized what volcano raged lnsldo my chum's bosom. If any other man of tho crowd had unown, Dob's chances of succoss would havo boon on par with a Canadian canoeist ahort-cuttlng Niagara for...

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 July 1907

" i The Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) H. R. HERND0N, Ed. and Pub. Entered nt tho Anadnrko, Okla., post office na Bccorulclaas mail matter. Jan., 22. 1907. HUIlHCIIIlT10NrnA.TI'.Hl Daily, Ijr carrier, per week, . 10c Daily, by mail, per year, .$3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year. $1.00 LOCAL NOTICES OFjt r IpV m! Va CaIji V nil ! r It U.11IOI 4 u wiwf wi vw. A READ 'EM LOCAL NOTES J Elmor Girh spent last night in Vordon. Mrs. Henry Smith camo in last evening from El Reno Rov. F. N. Gordon camo in from tho north last night. AiisB Edna Rogora ia 8ponding a few dayB noar Randlott. T. II, Brooko and family camo in this morning from El Reno. Mre. Ethel Z. Willota is visit ing hor eiator in Apaoho today. Mr. and Mra. U. E. Graham oamo in from tho oaat Una morn ing. Boone Hito passed through tho oity this morning onrouto to Ft. Cobb. Miss Alioo Morrison is spond ing Sunday with hor paronts near Randlotto. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Newton, of Ft. Cobb, wore in tho city this morning, R, Z. McAni...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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