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

O. K. Historical Sockljr The Democrat K VOL. I ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. JULY 29. 1907. NO, 16Q Daily A 'S SPEECH Democratic Candidate Holds In tcrcsted Audience for Two Hours Saturday Afternoon. Tho event of the oampafgn thus far whb tho speech of the Hon. E. L. Fulton, democratic- nomi nee for congressman from the district, Saturday afternoon and night. Mr. Fulton was in the best of health, and his address and tho spirit that was back of it made a strong impression on those who hoard him. Tho con trast with his opponent, who snoko here sometime oco, was unavoidable, and judging from the expressions that have come to our ears, greatly to Mr. Ful ton's advantage. Because of the rain, Mr. Ful ton did not begin speaking until nearly 4 o'olook. Then olimbing into a wagon tacked up against the sidewalk, and in good plain words he gave thp reasons why Oklahoma should have demooratio congressmen. His address was followed by Hon. L. K. Taylor, our Grady county nominee for state sen...

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 July 1907

vJAPANPLMS W&T M'IR. '"M''"MIri'WipiMj -w "' ,I ,CV'-' U ,-w fi N f Mr1 IHTTUl To Judge from the active plnnB nhlch nro unilor way for tlio gront ntiTtintlnnal exposition at Toklo In 1912. one woulil think thnt Japan wns too busy to talio seriously all thu talk of war with tho United StntoH which Ih going the rounds Of tho press at tho present tlino. Cortnlnly, ntermillonal shows and Inturnntlonnl -onfllct do not go togethor, Und It Is loulitful whether tho biiHy little Is land kingdom of thu mikado will Miooso tho destructive policy of war rather tlrnn the constructive )iie of stimulating her Industries und -ommerco by a grout world's fair. That Japan con light sho demon strated In tho recent conflict with ItuHsIa, and that she can enter as heartily Into tho cnmmurclal and nditBtrlal competition of thu world she Ih domonstrntlng more clearly ver onr, nnd from now until 1912 she will ho desperately husy prepar ing for what sho hopes will lie tho biggest world exposition ovor hol...

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 July 1907

jfi TWO SICILY SPOUTERS. . MAGNATE BARDER STILL SHAVES. ETNA'S ACTIVITY NOT EXPECTED TO CONTINUE LONG. Stromboll In State of Mere or Less Continuous Eruption, as It Has Been from Time Immemorial. Homo. Prof. IMcco, director ot the Catania observatory, furnishos tho following Information about the ro cont oruptlvo activity of the two vol canoes litna and Stromboll. Aftar tho great eruption of 1886 'Etna wns silent up to 1S02. It Is truo that in 1801 .he volcano omitted u dansu vulutiiQ of smoke followed by a downfall of ashes, but this was due to a landslide extending over 100 motors on tho northwest edge of the cuntral orator. In 1892 Ktna becamo nctlvo, smoko and ashes were omitted and in the bottom of tho crater n portion of tho mountain collapsed, wltti the result that scoriae, lupllll and stones ware thrown to a groat height, but fell back into the crater, thus producing what Is generally known as an Inter craturous eruption. Meanwhile sov oral shocks of earthquake wero felt int...

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 July 1907

M The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) II. R. HERNDON, Ed. and Pub. Entered nt tho Anadarko, Okla., post- ofllco aa Bccondclasi mail matter. Jan., 22. 1907. HUllMCHIITIONrUATI'.Mt 3W Daily, hy carrier, per week, 10c Dally, by mail, por year, . . $3.00 Weekly, by mail, por year. $1.00 The Summer Normal Tho big brick school house in' tho third ward is very much nlivc with busy teach ers this week. Today the teachers start into tho homo stretch, with a stiff examina tion, waiting them at tho finish. But tho instructors vo more than usually capa ble; and while tho examina tion at the end of a summer normal is generally thought to bo sovorer than tho ex amination brought off at othor times, yet tho chance for study are bettor. Wo are prophesying that a good majority of tho students .vill pass their examinations sue cossfully; and that the aVor ngo of results at tho end of this normal will compare favorably with tho average of any othor county. Roy. Morgan, Baptist minister A Apuolio...

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. — 30 July 1907

o. K..mswrical douCv Daily Democrat -th .VoL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, JULY 30, 1907. No. 16 1 ine ALTERNATIVE WRIT GRANTED Newspapers to Appear in Court and Show Cause for Refusal to Publish Liquor Notices. Today Judge Gillette rofuaod to grant the peremptory writ of mandamus sued for by Atty. Morgan, in whioh the Anadarko Tribune iB to bo compolled to publish applications for liquor licenses that suitable notioe may be given as contemplated by law and instead issued an alternative writ, Betting Monday morning August 5, for a hearing. The Anadarko Democrat, while not named in the suit, is also bound by Judge Gillette's order, having refused with the Tribune to pub lish certain application. The statuto upon which this contention stands is: Sec. 3, chap. 47, state of Okla homa, 1803. "No action shall bo taken upon said application until at least two week's notico of the filing of the same has been given by publication in two news papers published in said county, having th...

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. — 30 July 1907

HISTORIC I j- .in teit ngnipti, r. prrlfnt lr rntftrrwKt A UnJr Oldest house In the United States about 10G4 by the Spanish. MONEY SPENT DY CHICAGOAN3 EACH YEAR. Total Estimated at $37,500,000 Ex pense of Preparation for Outing Adds Much to Disbursements of Plcaoure Seekers. Chicago. How much iloos tho vaca tion season cost Chicago? This question was put to Roveral downtown morchantH, and their an (men, reduced to an average, innko interesting facts. F.stlmatlng tho population of the city nt 2,000,000, It Is fair to aBsnniu that 500,000 of tho InhahltautH aro olthor w ngo corners or In IiuhIiiobh for them Helves. I'inctlcally all those havo va rations during tho minunor, from two weoks to u month in length. To ostl junto tho average cost of those vaca AN KmmMUiri mm,.. Si , - HHk J"" iw,C2r5''(w. ''"""wsr ""to?1 T VACATON OUTLAY Uw)iMiWwufW'tMyWii tyv wlows)W:)WfeM' &fyV---rJwwW- pays $3,coo for a dollar, i Collector Gets a Silver Coin Stamped 103 Years Aqo. Philadelphia. A sing...

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. — 30 July 1907

. BBN THE PUBLIC EYS) DIGGING GREAT CANAL gineers of the department of the Columbia, on tho Mississippi, and on the task of tracing tho Mexican boundary from El Paao to San Diego. In 1S05 ho went to riuffalo, whero he remained for seven years In charge of rlrer and harbor work, and tho construction of llshthouies on Lakes Erie and Ontario While In Buffalo he built the longest breakwater in the world, which hi design and certain peculiarities of construction has become n model to be copied by ooglncors here and abroad. It was while he was stationed at Uulfals that Col. Symons became Inter ested In the study of canal work, and his writings and reports on the scheme which is now being carved across the mnp of Now York stato first brought the matter prominently before the public. Gov. Koosovelt appointed an advisory board of cltlsens and recommonded to the state the plan of enlarging the exist in? canals to a she adequate to accommodate barges of 1,000 tons. It was only natural, therefo...

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. — 30 July 1907

I The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) II. K. HERNDON, Ed. and Pub. Entered at tho Anadarko, Okla., post office ns aocondclass mail matter. Jan., 22, 1007. MUllMCIllPriONZUATIts) 3TX Dally, hj carrier, por week, . 10c Dally, by mall, por year,. $3.00 Weekly, by mall, por year. . $1.00 building' Some Pretty Cottages In u quiet way More is a groat deal of building going on hi the city all tho tunc, in evidence of which it is next to impossible to secure a carpenter for small jobs. In search of a carpenter this morninir. the editor of this paper did a three mile walk in tho heat and noted then a few of tho now houses go ing up. Otto Wells is $;f500 cottngo a quarter of a milo north of St. Patrick's Mission, near tho bond of the rivor. There will bo four big rooms nnd a kitchen on the first door and as many rooms, or none, as ho pleases above. M. D. Miller has al so finished a pretty cottage, a two story building, on his lots bought in the Otto Wells Addition. Within a ,oar the add...

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. — 31 July 1907

K. Uisiorlottl Society m The Daily Democrat v f Vol. 1 ANADAR.KO. CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA JULY 3 J, 1907. NO, 162 v ROM A WORD F HOME FOLKS A Brief Biography of Hon. C. N. Haskell, by one who Has Known him Forty Years Our old friend Charloy HaBkell haa been nominated by the Demo crats as their candidate for Governor of the proposed new etato of Oklahoma, comprising Indian Territory and Oklahoma, Territory with a combined area of 70,000 Bquai;e miles and about a million people. Mr. Haskell's old acquaintances are exceeding ly glad to hoar of "his achieve ments and suooess". The l?reo Press has reoontly heard many encomiums upon Mr. Heskoll. Dr. J. C. MoClung, one of tho oldest citizens of Leipaio, practic ing physioian hero for nearly forty years and for -years one of the loading Ro'publisans of Put nam county.who has liad disting uished official recognition at the hands of his party several times, gave a very interesting history tho other day of Mr. Haskell. Among tho other things 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. — 31 July 1907

-., I Mnran-R a n ?; :J N. TO RE' May Relegate Steam Locomotives and Heavy Coaches to the Scrap Heap. FINANCIAL GIANTS Men of Millions Stand Ready to Test Practica bility of Scheme of Howard Hansel Tunis Speed of 150 Miles an Hour Is Among Promises Made. New York. A young mechanical en mincer, for a little more thai threw i.us. ha lieen mystifying and amus ing poianna Ilvlnx Hour IiIm futhor'n home at Windsor I Mil, jual outside of tltlmoro, li)" his experiments with u wtinle rail railroad that ho has eon hiik led. Idwutly nil tliti newspapers In tho ilv roulnlnnd the authoritative an ii'Mim omont that John II. Starin, who h 1 1 made million! in transportation im iprfsea; Charlca Stowart Smith ..!! Woodbury Laugdon, all members of tin' Unpltl Transit commission, woro li luck u company which will Imllil fiU ming engineer's single rail rail k id . inn Jorsey City to Newark. Formal tmnoiiiiroment of tho Incor liri.iiion of llio now "mono-road" com I a:iv In expected soon to ho made 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. — 31 July 1907

UNCLE SAM'S KEEN EYE ON FUTURE CITIZENS PHYSICIANS OF EXPERI- ENCE MEET IMMIGRANTS AT LANDING PORTS. EXAMINATION IS SEVERE LONG PRACTICE HAS ENABLED DOCTORS TO NOTE DISEASE SYMPTOMS AT A GLANCE. Few "Undesirables" Gain Admission -to the Promised Land, Though Attempts to Deceive the Inspectors Are Made Routine at the Port of Boston Dr. ' Safford Tells of All Sorts of Tricks Played "Fake Cit izens" as a General Thing Are Eas ily Spotted Some Pathetic Stories Told. Iloston. When Undo Sam learns that u frosh batch of would-be citizens nro bonded for Iloston from forolgn shoros, he sends Dr. M. V. Safford and Dr. Hugo U. C. Holmer down to muot thorn when they arrlvo. The two physicians nro ken man of long experience. Thoy can spot disease symptoms nt n glanco. When nn nrmy of immigrants march on the United States through this port, they wood thorn out with tho most minute enro. In matters of means, ability to be self-supporting nnd builnoss Inten tions, tho immigrants must satisfy other ...

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. — 31 July 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) H. It. HERNDON, Ed. and Tub. Entered nt the Anadarko, Okla., post office ns secondclnsa mail matter. Jan., 22, 1907. HUllMCUIITIONl IIA.TUHI Dally, hj carrier, per week, . . .. 10c Dally, by mall, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by mall, por year. .$1.00 Democratic Ticket. COUNTY OFFICERS. ! Representative. C. C. FISHER. Representative FRANK STEPHENS Judjje of the County Court. U. F. HOLDING. County Attornoy THEODORE PRUETT- Clirk of the District Court. CLYDE C. LEECH County Clerk JOHN D. PUGH ShorifT LTYRE BAKER County Troaeuror ED M. -WEST. Koglstor of4Doed. B. F. COOPER. Superintendent of Public Instruction. MAUDE E. WIDAMAN. County Commissioner 1st Dist. JAMES MURPHY County Commissioner 2nd Dist. C. C. FISHER County Commissioner Hrd Dist. S. E. THURMOND STATE OFFICERS. U. S. Sonntors ROUT. L. OWEN; THOS. P. GORE. Justices Supreme Court JESSE J. DUNN, S. W. nAYES, ItM,. WILLIAMS, MATHEW J. KANE, J. B. TURNER. Governor C. N. HASKELL Lieut. Governo...

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 August 1907

Tlt O. K. Uls'.orlcal Sodcty The Daily Democrat VoL. 1 THE SIDEWALK Wherein the City is not Being Treated Fairly Nor Certain Ordinances Enforced. YoBtorday, Mr. A. M. Thomp son lowered hie part of the side walk joining on 7th Btreet be tween 6 and C until now, ho in forma ub, it ia on grade. It only remains for tho Connolly C m struotion company to raise their aido to mako tho joining porfeot. Tho Democrat ia informed that tho trouble was caused in the be ginning by a grade stiok being knooked down by one of tho street commissioner's men driv ing aorosa there with a wagon. Whether tho stiok was put up again by guess and by what authority and when this wbb dono, tho Demoorat is not in formed. Mr. Thompson has shown tho right spirit in ohang ing his side as sjoon as Ire could do so after tho Demoorat called his attontion to tho matter. It ia bv no mean sure that the contractors are blamable for the stops in our sidewalke, which are apparently inoreaBing in number. The gradeB wore once...

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 August 1907

Anadarko Daily Democrat ANADARKO, OKLA. Charily lit one of tlio few things Hint should never Ito advertised. An anlt-fat manufacturer I In trou blc. Ho tried to make light of his customers. That Huntington Imree thnt onti wool Ih probably suffering from n colli Htonincli. Maybo Gen. Kttrokt will ho homo ntul tell lili countrymen that wo nro too agreeable people to lick. Joaquin Millar want to go to tho United States somite. On ltl merlin ns n iM)ot? Oh, dear, no. Ha lis m mcy now. A Washington nnin who tried fnt InK for lili hoalth didn't live long enough to see whether It helped Jlrl or not. ' The sperm whiile could awallow nn nutomnhlle according to onu MctontlHt, but we Hhoiild think it would give him Indigestion. Chicago complains that women talk too much over tlio telephone. '"Over the telephone" would weni to bo n superfluous oluugo. Tlio Into ahnli of poraln had n col loctlon of Htonba valued nt 160.000,000. Hut denth pnrtod him front nil except one lila tonibitono. A clothie...

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 August 1907

mmm J Mrs. Emma Stolt, of v Appleton, Wisconsin. '' "A'ttetghH r, an'!' ed me to use rtruna. 0c in to improi e at once." nfsiB8fimcs .. V. . mum. j:m ma. mtolt. Mrs. Emma Stolt, 100U Oneida St , Ap' ploton, Wis , writes: "lVruna l.as dono mo a prcat tlcnl o! pood since I bepan tnkitip it and I aic always glad to (.peak a good word for it. "Three years ago I was in a wretched condition .backnchcs, bearing dawn pa Ins, and at times was so sore and lamo that I could not move about. 1 had In flammation and irritation, and although I used different remedies they did mo no good. "A neighbor who had been using Pe runn advised mo to try it, and I am glad that 1 did. I began to improve as soon as I toolt it and 1 felt much better. "I thank yau for your lino remedy. It is certainly a godsend to sick women. Catarrh of tho Internal Organs. Miss Theresa Uortlcs, Whtto Church, Wo., writes: "I Buffered with catarrh of tho stom ach, bowclsnnd internal orgunx F.vcry thing I ate semed to hurt me. I n...

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 August 1907

"i - ' ' . " '. Hinton Celebrates August 6th 7th 8th Jamestown Exposition SB I Thero was a youno lady from Claire, Who wore a big rat In her hair. 8ald a wee little mouse, 'Bout as big as a louse: "Just see her climb onto that chalrl" Uncle Dy. The Daily Democrat (Dally oxcopt Sunday.) H. R. HERNDON.Ed. nnd Pub. Entered nt tho Anadarko, Okla.. post office ns secondclass mail mnttor. Jan., 22. 1907. HUllHCItUTIONZltATlIHl Daily, 1)7 carrier, per wtek, 10c Daily, by mail, per year $3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year, . . 1.00 The Republicans' Hope And now, in a roundabout way, comes the news From republican sources thai tho Topublicans are to sacrifice every tiling in the coming county campaign to elect 1). D. Hong county cleric, Marvin Bristow county at torney, Will McFadyon representative, and I). Karns register of doeds. Wo are not informed where tho other candidates are ex pected to come out, nor in deed what the other candi dates for the ofllces of coun ty attorney and register of ic...

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 August 1907

C. K. tllaiurkal Six letr X lie Daily wl 11 II IP WJI cjII Vol. ,1. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AUGUST 2. 1307. NO. 16 ORGANIZED LABOK How the Constitutional Convon- tion Heeded Its Pledges to Organized Labor. During (he campaign for the olection of delegatea to the con stitutional convention last fall, the Farmers' Union, " Federation of Labor and Railway organisa tions submitted to the candidates of both parties a series of legis lative domande, or requests, ask in? that the great body of work ingraen and farmers of the state ohould be granted a just and oquitable share of protection in theeonbtitution. The democratic candidates prietioally all endors ed thef demands end made them part of their platforms, and by the J.:: toty and sincerity with which they redeemed thete pledges, the party expeota to be judged in the coming oanvaesfor the adoption of the constitution and the election.' of Its state, legie- 1 tive and iudiolal tiokets. The republicans recognize that the records...

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 August 1907

ivlflf I JfcAIWH Few Insects, mill certainly no otlior pedes of the natural order to which tli Ih ono belongs, havo caused much "normous iiccunlnry losses ns has the hlnch bug No otlior Insect native to tho western hemisphere has spread Its dot Minting hordes ovor ft wider area of the country with moro fatal ffects to the staple grains of North America than has this ono. lint for the extreme susceptibility of tho very young to destruction by drenching rains and to tho loss though not In lgnillcnnt dcstructlvenoBH during rainy seasons of tho parasitic fungus, 3ii both tho adults and tho jniiug, the practice of raising gralu year after year on the same areas, ns followed In the United States, would become altogether unprofltnblo. Sonio of this Insect's own hnblttt, emphasizing as they do tho effects of meteorological conditions, nro tho most potent Influ ences that servo to hold It within bounds, by glhig Its tendency to ex cessive Increase a decidedly spammod I" character Tho shaded ...

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 August 1907

I HERO BY A THEFT ROMANTIC SEQUEL TO STORY OF ESCAPE FROM PRISON AND BURGLAR'S REFORM. FORMER CROOK FALLS IN WAR Under Assumed Name He Won Pro motion In Boer Conflict and Died on Battlefield Fighting for His Country. London Through the Tecont recap lure of two convicts who escaped from Dartmoor prison there has been brought, to light the story, never here tofore published, of th romantic se quel to another escupe made ten years iLJtO. Escapes from the most famous of Itiltalu'H I eiial institutlrns are ex ceedingly inrc and seldom does the The Policeman Halted Him with His Pipe. fugitive succeed In rotalnlng his free dom for more than a day or two at the most. The prison Is situated In the midst of a desolato moorland re gion and Is surrounded by bogs and morasses, which offer tremendous ob stacles to the convict who makes a bid for liberty. If hu betakes himself to the few roadways he Is almost certain to be caught, becauso they aro care fully watched when It becomes known that nnyo...

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 August 1907

im VZrMi Wi i Tjhe Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) -f!. R. HERNDON.'.IH. and Pub. Strtd nt the Anadarko, Okla., post- oJHc aa econdcUuM matt matter. Jan., IK. 1007. -X IS 32 INJURED tgust Train Goes in Ditch Running 50 Jamestown Vr4 a Miloa an Hour. LnginGer Mac is Dead ONE KILLED Hilton Celebrates 6th 7ik 8ih iiIPMgwiiriiirrgff'CSBsi2 HON. T. P. h ."v ir ro est f ti tnr yUllSCHIlTIONjUATIttf: , Dally, Lj carrier, pur weak, .. 10 .fodfr by mail, per year. $3.00 WeAly. Uy ni4 l"f year. . .11.00 A Victory of Bombast Governor Fmntz has just jieliiovocl a notable triumph hi gottiug tlio nomination at Tulsa, n tromotuloim, awe hisplriug, glorious, magnifi coiil, glittering, Htnr-pan-IfxT jaumxs over nothing, a lit. hail no opponent. Tho press dispatches inform lie timt ho "wins in a burst of onthiiHiasm." tinthiis Iftetu about what? L'nlosH ib is onthusiaam over going liewlfomiiost into the polit ical bonoyard, wo aro mil aware fchafc there is auything to gei ml-fucccl and chosty t...

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