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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 3 August 1907

19 u The Daily Democrat VoL. 1 ANADAR.KO.. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AUGU-5T 3. J907 No. 165 vc COUNTY HIGH SC10 L Project to be Energetically push ed. New Committee Ap pointed to Circulate Petitions Tho Commercial Club held an important mooting last night, al though, not many members were present. Tho l'inul clearing up was made of tho 4th of July cel ebration bills and bills for enter taining visiting commercial olubs, and a balance reported in the treasury of something like S350. Tho county High School mat ter was called up for discussion, and a report was made by Mr. Spivy that he had eomo 200Bign ers to petitions. Tho committee wan discharged and a new com mittee appointed, consisting of Messrd. Herndon, Spivy and Gibbs, who wore authorized to inour expense and instructed to get a move on. Tho committee will get men out immediately with potitions and havothocoun- ty covered until tho requisite number is obtained. Mr. Divers made a report to tho club with roforenco to tho Oklahoma ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 3 August 1907

A BRETON WEDDING. GET MAIL BYWA TER A SENATOR BRIDE OF PICTURESQUE CEREMONY IN THIS MODERN ARCADIE. Peculiar Customs Which Still Pre vail Among This Primitive and Simple-Hearted People. A nroton wedding Is nlwnys nn oc casion of Interem, tint only to tliOHO iiiohI Intimately concerned, but Also to nil thulr relations, frlonds, nntl tlio wliolo nolghboihood In which It la celebrated. Thi Invitations are duly bIvoii, partly by tlio bride-oloct nml her god mother, mid partly by tho happy man and lila godfather, who personally In vito tho guests, to tho niinilHr of pap haps a couplu of hundred. It would never do for a bride to appear eager to be nmrrU'il. so whon the bridesmaid goos to help hor to dress early In tho morning, either aha will bo busy about tho ordinary duties of tho house or farm, or hidden away In Homo unexpected corner of tho premises, deaf to all cnlls, nnd qulto unresponsive till hor hiding placo Is discovered, and alio In brought In to bo prepared for the great occas...

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

t Tnr-it sirj A BRIDGE OF SIZE. NEW KNIGHTS 1'EMPLAR GRAND MASTER S7 K 1 "" 5 . Vvw i awwwwMww MISS LULU A Favorite Among Patrons of Musi cat Comedy. RESOURCEFUL PLAY PIRATE. Bills for One Melodrama Were Made to Do for Another. Harry Hnrwood, who has added to long lint of hits by his acting as Al derman Phelan In "Tho Man of tho Hour," made an Interesting contribu tion tho other night to tho literature jf "fake" theatricals. His story had to do with an occas ion In tho mid '80s when ho was act ing with the luto Frederick Bryton In "Forgiven." An accident to the rails bad necessitated tho Interruption of tho company's Journey from Chicago to San Francisco, and a night's lay over was made reasonably attractive) by tho fact that tho passengers wcro able to spend tho time In Omaha, which was not much of a metropolis then, but was regarded as preferable to a night on tho stalled train. The actors found tho town nblazo with show printing announcing the "original Union Squaro Theater com p...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 3 August 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) i H. It. HEUNDON, Ed. and Pub. Entared at. tho Anadarko, Okla., post- olncc as socoiulclass man mattor. Jan., 22, 1907. HUIIHCHIITION. KATKHl Dally, bjr carrier, per weok, .. . . 10c Dally, by mail, nor yoar, ?3.00 Wooldy, by innif, por year $1.00 Tho excellent program published elsewhere in tho columns of this pnpor Tor the unmml session of our county institute suggests a rare treat for our farmers who wish to keep abreast with our agricultural progress. Our farmers should not pass this matter up lightly with the thought that a move mont of this character is of no interest or consequence to them, but should allow nothing to interfere with their attendance if for no other purpose than to learn once for all what a farmers' institute, properly conduct ed, offers to tho farmer who would be progressive A Voice From The Ditch Thomas 11. Ferguson's campaign committo, other wise known as .1. C. Fisher of Okoone, has at last come out with a very , c...

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. — 4 August 1907

j. K His r i J The Daily mocrat & VoL. l ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AUGUST 4. 1307. NO, 166 De AN OLD S Poughkeepsie Journal Published 107 Years Ago At the commercial club meet ing Friday night, L. M. Spivey exhibited a copy of tho Pough koepsio (N. Y.) Journal, of the date of May 13, 1800. published by Messrs. Powor and Southwick. This ancient newspaper was printed in tho days when there was no display advertising, and in this rospeot looks a bit odd. Tho people evidently took their politios pretty seriously however, for we quote from what wo pre sume to be the editorial page the following savage as3ault Thomas Jefferson : FOR THE POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL Insert the following paragraph in your paper and oblige. A FRIEND to RELIGION It has been strongly declared that Thomas Jefferson, the object of tho present election in this country is an enemy to all religi ous establishments. That so very important an assertion should not rest in doubt, I quote the proof from his own book....

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. — 4 August 1907

Poultry House With Scratching Shed MYSTERY OF THE BEAN3. CAN AqT i ? , vl I V ?LL9 . mrff J VLMHMapMMM rrALf MT- ElxL. fiYiTiiTiitniniirwiwunMrra exce' IHIIIIHHIJL1 "H. - Tr. William A. llmlford will nnswor qm-nlioiiH Hnd Klvo Hclvlce K11KI2 OF cist on nil minjeris mnmninK .io wir lulijpi't of building fur tho romlprs of thh pnpor. On account of IiIh wlila oxps 'Icnra n Keillor, Author nml Mnntifno- urrr, lie In, without itnuht, the lilKhent luthorHy on nil tlionw milijnctit. AiMrrM ill Innulrli'ii to William A. Ilailfonl, No. i!M Klfth Avp., CIiIphkci. III.. nd only jiiiloeu two-cunt atHtnp for reply. A llttlu houso wo'vo got, on n llowor Dowered lot, in n hustlitiK. breezy busy little city; It's big enough for two, for inr wnnta nro very few, there's only Just myself and little Kitty. A simple little house lllto this Is very much like going back to first principle), but It furnishes accommo dation for two just uh woll nB a more elaborate affair. We nil have acqunlnt mces, cspcclnl...

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. — 4 August 1907

FULTON'S DREAM OF NAVAL WAR IS REALIZED HIS PLEA FOR TORPEDO BOATS WAS MADE MORE THAN CENTURY AGO. ANTIDOTE TO SEA POWER PLAN OF ATTACK IN l-IGHT-OARED GALLEYS DIFFERS LITTLE FROM MODERN TACTICS. Before the Age of Steam, the Great Inventor Asked the President and National Legislature to Organize Defense with Great Flotilla of Tor pedo Boats Asserted That Such Engines Would Mean "Liberty of the Seas" Demonstartlon of Their Power. Now York. Prophecy rosts In ovory lino of a book yollowod by a contury in which are sot forth tho views of Ilobort Fulton on tho submarine war fare of tho future. Attention has beon called to tho old volume just at the time, when tests of under-sea craft arc in progress, under the direction of tho United States navy. Hardly an element exists of the art of attack and defense now used in that warfare beneath tho waters but was recog nized by tho genius to whom tho achievements of steam navigation aro 'due. Coincident with the cclobration of the contonary of th...

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. — 4 August 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally excopt Sunday.) , IL R. HERNDON,5Ed. and I'ub. Entered tit. the Anadarko, Okla., poet otHc ns secondcluM mull mtttr. Jan., 22, 1907. HVIIHCUIITIONnlt Al H-SI IkHir lit nnrrtnr. iwr week. ....10c Dally, hr mail, iwr year, $3.00 T..--'. , ',,. - .. woKiy, uy mail, per year. $1.0U Position of Republican Slate Candidates (1.) Opposed to constitu tion awl secretly opposed to etntohood. (2.) Wanting office nl ivnya. (fc.) Asking (o bo oloctcd to onforce the provisions of n government they are all "fernfnst" and would not en dorse. What They Ask: (1.) The support of the pooplo who made tlu consti tution through their dele gates, and who are for state hood above everything. (2.) indorsement of an em of official piracy. What They Will Get: (1.) The merry ha-ha dur ing the campaign. (2.) The icy eye. (.'.) A large and hectic onion. wealth with the least outlay of cash aud labor. Matters of this character are all brought out aud made plain to farmers attending insti 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. — 6 August 1907

society icv o. t Uiu Daily ,- V jr -r Vol. j ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AV6VST 6, 1907. NO. 167 The Democrat OBJECTIONS ANSWERED H. C. Gibbs Meets Several Ques- tions in Campaigning for Signatures to County High School Petition. LaBt Saturday Mr. Qibbs drove out to Delaware township with the County High School petition. He found that he had a number of explanations to make, the votors desiring to be enlightened a bit. We havd sot down the objections in the order that Mr. Oibbs states them in his memorandum, follow ing each with an explanation as given at the county clerk's office. (1) The county high sohool will make taxes too high. It will aoiually decrease the taxes if the township common sohool consolidation is made. At any rate, the tax will nearly all be paid from the railway property and from Anadarko oity property. () A normal school depart ment could bo attached to the high sohool with less cost; it is claimed that this is done in El Reno. The board of oounty commis si...

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. — 6 August 1907

PRIEST DRAGGED TO HIS DEATH, AWFUl- PENALTY IMFOSED DY YOUNQ MAN CHEATED OUT OF HIS BRIDE. INTERFERED WITH MARRIAGE Disappointed Bridegroom Meets Pro late Who Turned Sweetheart Against Him and Wreaks Vengeance with Lariat. Zarntecas. Mexico. Father I.ouIb do Stcfano, mi Italian prlost of tho little town of Znrco, this statu, hat just paid tho punalty of Interfering with tho proposed marriage of two young people of Ills parish with (loath of tho most tragic hind. Tho Popoca and Ilustamanto fainlllos nro among tho wealthiest and moHt prominent In the stale. Some of the richest and ho.t producing mlnoH In this part of Mexico belong to thorn. Thotr vast lauded ostatos nro Hltuatod adjacent to lllnll Attlnp 1ll.1l.... Mjl.tnMn nai.t Lln. ;,l.l Willi',. X 44UIIIIU I UJIUtJU tlllU i lit- J cro uustnmauto learned to love oncli other in childhood. It was n constant and slncoro affection that rlponud nB they grow oldor. UiiBtatnanto am braced tho Protestant religious fulth wnen he reached man...

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. — 6 August 1907

immuoN DOLLAR - ft - - . . .a. lLL yJcJ Z555T CAPITOL PVZL2LZ,OOK: lY2&r imow Wisconsin Is proudly looking for ward to tho day whon nor splendid capltol building will bo completed and her law-mnkors will onco moro havo a placo they can call homo. Not slnco tho flro several years ago which de stroyed tho stato havo havo tho mem bers of tho legislature nnd other stato officers ceased planning to provide a structure- which would not only bo adequate to tho needs and convenient In Its appointments, but that from nn architectural point of vlow would bo a credit to the great stato and In har mony with tho magnificent slto pro vided on tho commanding heights nt Madison. And tho fruition of tho planning Is to be found In tho stately building now being reared out of tho tons upon tons of stool and tho moun tains of stono and cement. Tho work of sotting tho puro whlto Vermont granlto of tho exterior waits has bo gun and It Is expected that the west wing of the slx-mllllon-dollnr capltol 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. — 6 August 1907

1 The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) II. U. HEilNDON.lEd. and Pub. lEntwed at the' Anadarko, Okla., post office a flccondolasH mall matter. Jan., 22. 1907. HUllHCItllflOrOlATKHl DUy, Ijr carrier, per week, jpnliy, by man, jilt yum, Wkly. ,by mail, po por year. .10c ?3.00 $1.00 j Farmers' Institute. It can bo truthfully otuicd ftlmt tV 3 farmers' institutos in all our leading agricul tural commonwealths, duly appreciated and properly attended have within the past fifteen years added many millions to the agri rultural and nroductivo -mwlfch of such states. The Oklahoma Board of Agri culture and Secretary Me- Nibh have nut tor Mi a wiighty effort to get the va- rioim fiountv institutes of Oklahoma on a plane similar io many of the older states, they have mot with the same discouragements experienc ed in other states due to a lack of knowledge on the part of many of our farm ers relatiye to the immense amount of good a well pat ronized and properly con ducted farmers' institute i...

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. — 7 August 1907

Daily Democrat .' VoL. l. ANADARKO, CADDo ColNTY. OKLAHOMA AUGI-5T 7, 1307. No, I6g Trie STANDARD To Pay Big Fine at the Ex pcnsc of Producers and the People Muskogee, I. T., Aug. C Oil producers in the mid-oontinont fiold aeo nothing but the pros noot of a reduction in the prioe of crude oil as a reBult of the un precedented fines imposed upon tho Standard Oil company. The Standard absolutely con trols the prioe of tho oil of tho mid -continent field. A reduc- if ttion of a joont a barrel on the Uorude means S2000 a day to tho Standard. For every cent that the prioe of crude oil is reduoed the Standard is S2.000 a day ill ahead and there iB no reason why this itom should not be made '. S1O.000 or S20.000 a day. This CIS mo way uue yruuuuui iw m , matter today, und then are hun V. ii. ..-J..nn n tlm dreds of others who are oi ue eamo opinion. Oil 13 nowselling at 41 cents a barrel and tho Standard could get all it can handle in this field at 30 cents just as well as it can at 41. No...

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 August 1907

FIVE PALL INTO GRAVE. Remarkable Incident That Disturbed Solemnity of Funeral. In-'fid c f tho accuitnniPd quirt whl'li irall,i nt tho burial of tho dead. j.cat excitement and fear at tend il (lie burial the other day of Mlflmi l tfeieno, n prominent merclmnt of Westpoit. when by tin collating of n ge tho coffln and several per pons nt tending; the. services wen. hurled Into n small pit. Tho final prayer had heen said by the preacher, null the assistant to the undertaker stepped to the foot of tho cotiln to arrange tho ropo for letting the eotnn Into tho grave. At that mo ment one- of the pallbearers ace!-' dentally kicked out the oroaapleee that supported the coffln. The coffln nnlckly descended Into the Bravo, the body going foet flrat. The assistant haatened lta deaccnt by tiitnbllng on It. Several persons rushed to tho edga of the grave, causing the soil to Jlehl, nnd In a few seconds five per eons wero lying In the it half covered with dlit. They were pulled out. the eoffln was...

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 August 1907

i ' t . Is Pe-ru-8icfi UseftiS'Anadarko Daily Democrat for Catarrh? Should a list of tho ingredients of Po rona ba oubrailted to any modical ex port, of whatever school or nationality, ho would bo obliged to admit without r escrvo that each one of thorn was o f un doubted valuo in chronic catarrtrl dis eases, and had stood tho test of vnany years' exporiouco in tho treatment ot mich diseases. THERE CA1T BE NO DISPUTE ABOUT TIII8 WHAT EVER, Peruna is composed of tho mo3t efficacious and universally used heiba.' romedies for catarrh. Every ingredient of Pcruna has a reputation of its own in tho euro of sorao pliaco of catarrh. Poruna brinfra to tho homo tho COM BINED KNOWLEDGE OF SEVERAL SCHOOLS OF HEDICINE in tho treat ment of catarrhal diseases; brings to tho homo the sciontino skill and knowl edgoof thomodern pharmacist; and last bntnotlcast,brin(rs to tho home tho vast and varied experience of Dr. Hartman, Inthousoof catarrh remedies, and in tho treatment of catarrhal diseases. Th...

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 August 1907

8 If ' CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ANADMO, OKLAHOMA. tiZ? '&' b!""ta'"s-Wo havo monoy lo lo.nal.il i8allowo00Vim,dTBl,3 No director of this mi i 8PVu,nto in any wny. In faot t-' Jk fflnwiVl0fMPnOflitf r- makinB THr personally fin fc 2 ANK F AN A ARKO ' & CITIZENS bank In Oklahoma, Bafo aa any V, AT' 1 ERS, President, Daily Local Briefs Mrs, W. Axlino and Mrs. W.H. Davis returned thia morning from Hinton. - r 4 MBM -1; x & McKnight I'an 0D a and Chattel Loans, Real Estate, ce, Hear of National Hank Rld'g. He iV "" "W jdarki, Ol-clei. V 1 Railroad Time Table I YffflfflM'' Trains Daily, Except As Noted WfV& a. in. 11. m. voun ,.' VAUT i:80 n. m. EAST BOUND a 731 9:30 '" a 7!52 0:15 p.m. Oklahoma City and Mangum. SOUTH I30UND TiuinNo. Aiuiirfl Demist a 753 5:35 p. m. 5:50 p.m. n 755 10:20 a. m. H. G. HARVEY, Agent. LOCAL NOTICES Wants, For Sale, Lost etc. T READ 'EM nMSTMnin'itifHniTrriHfi THE WEEKY DEMOGRAP Best Newspaper In Caddo Coimt it Gives You: The Count News The Court...

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. — 8 August 1907

AcftV Soc mv The Daily Democrat. VoL. J. ANADARKO. CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AUdUST 8. 1907. NO. 169 FOR TEN DAYS ONLY I ; c YOVNGHEIM CLOTHING $12 WATCH ! THE HINTON The Little City Crowded to the limits Party Leaders Speak. Hinton has been having a monster three-days oelobraticn, olosing with today, that has prov ed so successful aa almost to bo ombarrassing. The hotels and restaurants are overworked to feed the people, and tho very haylofts are ocoupiod with cots and pallets. Just west of tho business portion is a clear spaoo about as large aa i oity blook. This spaco is oooupied by rows of stands with streets between and ending with a big merry-go-round and a dance platform. Hinton has a band that plays very oreditablo also. It met the trains bringing a pleasing notice of the oelebration to the inoomers as they dismounted at the plat- iorm. One of the features of the cele bration was tho public speaking. Mr. Goro and Mr. Ferguson were advertised for tho first day and Mr. Fulton 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. — 8 August 1907

h t m- ft" ' " OBJECTIONS ANSWERED H. C. Gibbs Meets Several Ques- lions in Campaigning for Signatures to County High School Petition. Cast Saturday Mr. Gibbs drovo out to De'-. aro township with the County High Sohool petition. Ho found that he had a number of explanations to make, the votors dojiring to bo enlightened a bit. Wo haViJ set down the objections in the order that Mr. Gibba states them in his memorandum, follow ing oaoh with an explanation as given at tho county olork'soffioo. (1) The oounty high sohool will make taxes too high. It will notually dooronse tho taxes if tho townBhip common sohool consolidation is mado. At any rato, the tax will nearly till bo paid from tho railway proporty and from Anaitarko oity property. (P) A normal school dopart- mont oould bo attached to tho high eohool with less cost; it is ' olaimod that this is dono in El Reno. The board of oounty commis sioners would adopt tho course of Biudy after mulure consideration. While the county high sohoo...

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. — 8 August 1907

L !EN WILSON 5 Platform Endorses Constitution and Pledges Nominee to Vote for Legislation Pro vided for (Wednesdays Daily.) Thf iiotbiirti convention, oom poBcJ f '!i" c ni-i!ft f Caddo, Canaditn .nJ O jvelitd was held in Ki Keno on Monday af ternoon. Tho session vta-i culled to order by the territorial ooon miltoonun and W. E MdHn ley of Cleveland oounly was so looted nt chairman ntl Clyde Mathewn na secretary. Comjnit'.ees were naffiTO nnd a 'brief recess takon. The oreden' tials committer through ite chair man, Mr Nieodemue, reported two counties- raprosented nil i a delayed train was the cause f the non -arrival of Cnddo'n d-d ogation.A telephone ra 9age announced tho Caddo delegates doBired to vote f r Ben V,H9.n nnd it was decided to accept the voto in thia manner The res olutions :ojimittee through ita chairmin, J )hn J. Carney, sub twitted .1 rep-irt vhicl) waa adopt ed. Tho Report commended tho constitution ior approval, par ticularly tho initiative and ref erendum, the oor...

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. — 8 August 1907

m . II , SPECIAL REMOVAL SALE n-r- " - . . fiMm MzrwTHHf VHCTSiaBB " noHKBiKlHBff flHHBSGBSCZ BHHBH Dm jkk& rdvw samvaVasK l1-' - HIGH CLASS STOCK SACRIFICED!- We Are GOING TO MOVE Our Business TO C STREET, T NOT OVR GOODS! Mir rallW r? 1 Br IINIr TO FILL YOUR PANTRY SHELVES FOR THE WINTER tAT PRICES- That Will Make You Joyous! WE MEAN BUSINESS And We Will Make You Money! So Get In On The Ground Floor URQUHART Ametdarkio, GROCERY Oklahoma Miss Haskell Weds. Yesterday overling at six o'olook'at tho home of her I roth or, V. W. 'Haslcell, of Linooln townBhip, Mies Gertrude May Ha8koll was quietly married to Ed S. Vanburnt, of Waurika, Evangolist Frank Beach, of tho Christiun ohuroh performing the osromony in his usual impreGsivo manner. Both the bride and the groom aro well known here. Tho bride waa one of the popular clerks it tho People's store, and s an accomplished young lady, who by her winning ways has won many fr.'enda. The groom was formerly of this oity, having worked in ...

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