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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 11 February 1907

The Daily Democrat o VoL. J. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY Jl, 1907. NO, 19. TO MAKE ROOM FOR. OTHER GOODS In the last 30 days the merchants of our town have had Clearance Sales, Clean- Up Sales and Knock-Down Sales. Now the Old Reliable, Harper Freclm, will sell you Dry Goods and Shoes oA Cost for 15 Days. RAKE-OFF AT THE Interstate Commerce Hearing at South McAlcster Shows Combine's Profits COST OP TON OF COAL To miners. S .76 To Indians Royalty Mine expenses-. Interest Selling First cost Freight .08 .25 .10 .10 .15 S1.40 ; ...si. 50 Okla. City, Feb. 8. Judge C A. Prouty, special commissioner ot the interstate commerco com mission and attorney general Cromwell, ot Enia, stopped in Oklahoma City last night on routs to South McAloster, where this morning Prouty began the investigation of the coal situation. "I expect to find conditions at South MoAlestor which will bur prise the commission." said Prouty. "You people are pay ing too much for coal and while I admit that t...

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

V AnadarKo Daily Democrat ANADARKO, OICLA. Interesting Wives of Sordid Men. Occasionally ouu comes In contact with ft iimnbar of Indies who n inntli more Interesting titan tlielr bus bands. They know more outside o( the sordid nnd dull business cT money mnhliis;. I know n farmer and lil wlfo, writes n correspondent of Mon tronl Herald, who hardly seem to llvo In the name world. The farmer I nice fellow, but bin Interest In things Is bounded by the fences of his Turin, with u lmsy-ejed look occasionally at party politics. Ills wife, on the con trary, is an Intellectual forco In the neighborhood. Sho has made rending or the belter sort jKipular within her Hphoro of Influence; nnd there are few subjects of human Interest upon which she bus not formed nn lutein Kent opinion. It Is not Hint ln ori ginal uducntlon was any better tbnn her husliaud'M; but Unit she hns hnd more tlmo since to Niipplemeut It, or at nil events linn taken more time. J n many ense It Is opportunity which Klves th...

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

t ,11 . : ADELE'S ARGUMENT "1 don't know of nnothor slnglo Bitb Ject nbout which so ninny fallacies oxlst ns thnt of fomlulno oddities," Raid Adolo As sho snld It sho looked nt hor husband In a wny that ii'oant sho was In tho mood for a discission. So ho contradicted hor nt onco, Just to oblige. "You can't dony, my doar, that wo mon nro lots straightforward than men," ho said. Sho lnughod dorlslvoly. "Do you ronlly cling to that old theory?" sho naked. "If jou do, you have simply nccoptod what has boon handed down to you without over trying to apply it." "Apply It for me, If you can," ho suggosted. "I can glvo you a dozen examples," Adelo replied, loftily. "One will do," ho answered. "We'll como back to that," said Adolo, nftor n brief pause. "What I was thinking of particularly wns that women aro supposed to bo vainer than mon. An a matter of fact, mon nro twlco ns fussy nbout their nppearanco as women are, and It takes them twlco as long to get ready to go any wherc. Another thing...

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

AivaLdarko.DaJly DcmocraJY HKUNDON IIUOS., rUIIUrtllHHH. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Daily, by carrier, per week, 10c. By mail, per year, $3.00 Entered at the Post Ofllco at Anadarko, Oklahoma, as Second Class Mall Matter, Japan will not go to war with the United Stales, mid despite the fact of "Kissing" llobsou saying so. It was more child's play to whip Russia with her rnr,lnn miviil tubs and degenerate army. No, .Japan will have to grow some before laKllig on a iiiiiii juu, this better than Jnpnn. and none know J. C. Stockton wiiB in tho city Saturday nnd informod tho Domoorat that a box Hiippor will bo givon at tho school houso in School Distriot 10 Fob. 15. fho plnco ia known as Stockton's Canyon. Tho proonoda of tho aupper aro to bo used to continue tho aohool torm anothor month. Everybody id invited. Tho oily is to hnvo a now high school taaohor, who will arrive Wcdnoaday and go to work on Thursday morning. Ho ia John Burko, of Stillwater, and has had oightoon yours oxporionco aa a 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. — 12 February 1907

s. The Daily Democrat VOL. J. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 12, 1907. No, 20. I iu riAiML, KOOM Up Sales and KnorV.D S.U. N, il - j - - j MAY NK GET PLUM President Roosevelt Seems Have Backed Down on Recent Threat to Washington, Fob. 12. Tho President seoras to huvo com pletely backed down from Iu'e Bomi-official statement that ho would appoint u colored surveyor ofcustomB in Cincinnati. The manifestations of popular disap proval and the advice of his po litical friends not to do eo have changed his mind. Cincinnati, bosides being tho homo of Sena tor Foraker, whom tho Prosident wanted to embarrass, is also very nearly a southern town. An other important consideration is that it is also the homo of Rep resentative Nicholas Longsworth the President's son-in-law. Suoh a row as the appointment of tho negro Taylor would have etirred up there would have been gravely injurious fc) Mr. Long worth's politioal fortunes. Long worth has managed to keep out of the Brownsville and r...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 12 February 1907

'$Paae& to fndhndbylube !... .i?., .ujiEiil. J u Thwe li a roTlttl of the project of (building a tunnel under the NtralU of Borer to connect France with ICng land, ami there la now more than a Mkellhood that the great englneorlug Hask llrat seriously proposed by the otnlneut Frenchman, M. Thome dn Oamond, over 70 yeara ago, will aome Jay me consummated. , (leoloRlcally speaking, there waa quite recently dry land where now the Urbnlent watera of the atralta dls Itort tlieuiielvei anil make tho hours of the voyager unhappy, and the palaeolithic Ilriton, on ploasure bent, look advnntago of the entene cordlale of tlioae far off days and ran over to tho continent for the week ond dry hod, and apent a ploaaant holiday swapping Hint Instruments for carved mammoth Ivory with thu cave tdwellera In the valley of the Rom me .tlio great art eiuporliim of the period. This happy stale of things, however, cenaad about the time when Neolithic pnan appeared, and since then com miunlcatloii has h...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 12 February 1907

Wti Y DJIRYING P QQ7 I Jt.. ' 'ioolB eurrcfi 1 FAT PC ft YgAI -IT vS4i DQNT !'':; iIj.4JZ r " lr .jT:? IV '.. V1 '"- t7 .. - j - af r HE5 tied to the profitless cow Americans don't tako to tho Idea of chains and slavery, but many an Illi nois dairyman hns unconsciously drift ed Into the condition of the man In tho picture. He is not chalnod to a fellow prisoner or to a post, tint to a com mon (altogether too common) bruto to u worthloss, willful cow. Ho doosn't know where ho Is going; ho simply follows tho cow. That's liow ho got tied up to this cronture; ho didn't know what ho was dolus, nor what the cow wns doing or rnth or what sho wasn't doing. In fact, there's been altogether too little look ing and doing In this man's buslnoss. Tho dairyman has blindly followod without figuring; ho hns worked hard with his hands but little with his lead pencil, and the dollars have come his "way very reluctantly. And as for tho cow tho only thing sho has done right well Is tho dairyman; sho Is...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 12 February 1907

Democratic Announcements FOR STATE OFFICES For Lieut. Governor GKO. HULL AMY. For TrenBiiror JAMKS MKNKFKK For Congreai, 2nd Dlit GKO. K. BLACK. For U. S. Senator - L. M. TURNKR. ATTENTION DEMOCRATS!! Registration books are tpon al Cil-.y Clerk's of lice. Will close nt (5 o'clock 'Tuosdny 12th. You Demo crats who did not register Inst, olcclion must register NOW if you volo in the pri mary. Ono of Iho loading oitizons of Anadarko Ib trying out a now nutomobilo, with u viow of pur chasing. Tho machino is a Ramblor. 1000 incdol, valued at SI, 180. Wo like to see theso au tornbilos coming in, aa thoy show our town to bo progroaaivo and up-to-date. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Foator took tht train this morning for Okln homa City. ONE NIGHT ONLY OPERA HOVSE PORTER J. WHITE'S Complete Production of Goethe's Immortal FAUST with Miss Olga Verne as MARGUERITE T1IK FOLLOWING ThoB. Duffy, national looturer for tho M. VV. A. will locturo on tho evening of tho 13th at tho Woodmen Hall. Everybody is invite...

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. — 13 February 1907

tf The Daily Democrat VoL. i ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 13. 1907. No, 2 1 TO MAKE ROOM FOR OTHER GOODS tt&VtsZstZZZ Up Sales and Knock-Down Sales. Now the Old Reliable, Harper Frceliiv, will sell you Dry Goods and Shoes a.t Cost for 15 Days. RAMBQ'S REPORT -n -. I r I -.i Mil. ' territorial iuccipi wui mumu Were $120,000; $38, 000 Gain Guthrie. Okla., Feb. 11. C. W. Rambo, territorial treasurer, to day filed with Governor Frur.tz IiIb report for January, showing on hand 8941,322 58; roooipta for month, 8120,580 38; expenditures, $80,000.60. There is 833,014.78 moro in the treasury than on January 1. The public building fund now amounts to 8521,283.50. The funds are deported in tho following banks: Guthrie National bank, 8140.- 227.15; National Bank of Com merce, Guthrie, 598,892.15; Guth rie SavincB, 825,075.75; Logan County bank, 815,017 00; WeBt- ern National of Oklahoma City, 8100,274 08; American National of Oklahoma City, 818,216.80; State National of Oklaho...

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 February 1907

FROM A PROGRAM TO QUEEN Surprising Career of La Woman in The most beautiful woman In the world has now tnken hur place na queen of the Metropolitan opera house. When ,n Cnvallerl recently made her delmt aa n member of llorr Con lolri's famous constellation, Now York endorsed the verdict of Homo, Milan, Berlin, Paris, St. Petersburg and Vi enna that liora was u beauty audi us Jiari seldom been seen before, and cer tulnly novor su,--mreri. Heller atlll,, talent came with It. No one ever heard of Director Conreld or furl tin such undoubted leautlea aa Cleo de Merorie or Otero $1,200 nlght ly to display their charms In Ida operu liouie. She who would ahlne there muat be able to charm the oar hi well n I he eye. Moro than any other artlat now be fore the public, 1m Cavalieri comhlnea ability to do the two tilings. I'or ten yeara Ia Cuvnllerll hna ranked In u class by herself, and when Mho passes the chiu will probably k), for Dame Nnture la aehlnm so gener ous at to Hive a great voice li...

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 February 1907

ftPTBBTaSS pCT ? Wte Mr. "William A. Radford will answer ituestlona nml Elvr advice KItKE UP ( OST on all subjects nertalnlntc to the nubject of building for the readers of this paptr. On account of lit wide expe rience as ndltor. Author and Manufac turer, lie In, without doulit, the highest authority on all then subjects. Address nil Inquiries to William A. Itadfonl, No. 1M Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111 , and only tii. close two-cont stamp for reply. ANi"aiaMSs An eight room, full two story houso with .a splendid collar nml n good attic 1b what every largo family needs. Thoro nro n great many dlfforont styles of eight room houses. Eight rooms seem to lie about tho slzo ro (liilrcd by business men In tho sinullor towns anil country place. A great many farmers nro now huilding now houses. Farmors havo been prosperous of lato and thoy nro using conslderablo monoy In huild ing. A farmer likes to havo a house look well and to hnvo conveniences for doing tho work, that Is, live, up-to-date fa...

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 February 1907

1 Driskell, The Land and Loan Man Bargains In Good Farms For a Fine Home or Investment. 'Best of Verms on form Loans, It Wilt Pay You to See Me Before Closing a Loan. or write your needs, nnil 1 will do thojreiit. From tho Hit below any otm wnnting n good homo can certainly be pleas ed. Thoo aro only a few wimples of what I have. If you do not we what you nre looking for horo. call on mo at my ofllco, first door worn or postoinco, ironi part of Democrat olllce, or write G. D. DRISKLLL, Tho Land and Loan Man, Anadarko, Okla. No. 5. ICO acre, 100 acrea in culti vation, Wl fenced in posture; i room house, good wll, unwary, stable; 7 m lo from railroad town. I'rico $82.60 rer aero. No. 7. 1(10 acres, 70 acres in cultiva tion, 60 fenced in pasture, balance in prM; orchard, good well. 160 acres tillablo 10 acres timber, 1 mile to school fi miles to railroad town. $22 per acre. No. 91. 153 Tncres, 1IM) acres tillable smooth land, 70 acres in ciiltieHtion.lml nnce in grass; house, orchard, ...

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. — 14 February 1907

The Daily Democrat Vol.. I. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 14. 1907. No, 22. TO MAKE ROOM FOR. OTHER GOODS ISiritT Up Sales and Knock-Down Sales. Now the Old Reliable, Harper . Freeliiv, will sell you Dry Goods and Shoes at Cost for 15 Days. ' CITY ELECTION INTERESTS Candidates Watching the Out. come of the Mandamus Case Against Messenbaugh Okla. City, Okla. Fob. 12 Considerable interest is felt hero as to tho outcome of tho manda mus proceedings against tbo city oounoil in which it ib sought to oompol Mayor MesBenbaugh to oall a city election under the provisions of tho charter act, passed by tho last legislature The reasons assigned for not call ing tho election, as Btated by Mayor Messenbaugh himself, wore that it would entail unneces sary expense and work and con fuse things to Buoh an extent that it would be hard to got right again. Tho claim has been made that it would greatly inter fere with present city improve ments; that it would bo hard to get bids on future 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. — 14 February 1907

THE LATEST IN TOWELS. nAYER3 OF THE-RIGHTEOU8. (Buutyut'ismij Arbtfrattmt a ilinuta tit GDrgmtferi. Kahnr y ARTHUR M. WATSON, Secretary Ctrpentcrs' DIHrlct Council, Iloiton. KHTAIN nrcnniiilions of employers who have boon unsucrcs- ful in their cllorlR (o discredit labor organizations, to curtail ll,,.;.. .wtu-ni- oi.,l In ....II. C. ll.nl.. .r..nla In ...m l.l,. .1: i.iiil w',iiij iiuii ii iiiiiiiit unit i ii.riia ij r.-vtliu ITCllll i;uinii lions for tin1 toiling masses; who havo fnilcil in thoir campaign of constant litigation mul persecution in the rourU to disrupt one single internntioiml union, are now seeking to cranio a son luiicnt in favor of compulsory nr' ;'ialion. Our rights as labor union proceed from our rights as indi viduals, and we contend Hint our legal rights to act collectively should go hi far m our individual rights. Confronted as wo nrc to-day by iiuuiigrnlion unprecedented in history, nml by tho constant army of unemployed, ru realiio that it is folly for ind...

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. — 14 February 1907

r I vs TfANS3PSitRE- Proper Care IMPORTANT THAT THEY SHOULD DE WASHED DAILY. Much Discomfort and Even Danger of Lots or Impairment of Sight May Bo Avoided by Pre cautions. "Don't bo caroless of tho oyos dur ing cold weather. Hatho tliem fro quontly. Protect thorn from both wind nnd dust, particularly tho lat ter, which I bollovo caiisos most of 'the Inflamed eyeballs and swollen lids that nro now so provnlont," Bays Dr. George Houston Uoll, prominent oculist "If tho slmlplo provontlons that may bo employed U- .-uard tho oyes tignlnst soreness wc understood I fool certain that ovory ono would -adopt them, ospcclnlly women who will stop at nothing to euro Inflamma tion and rcdnoss of tho oyoballs that is bo disfiguring while It lasts. "To wonion who nro not com pelled to go out of doors dally I would suggost thnt tho easiest way for them to avoid any Injury from dust would bo to stay In tho houso until whirlwinds of lino dirt do not 1111 tho air A shopping trip, a call or even theater...

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. — 14 February 1907

Driskell, The Land anil Loan Man Bargains In Good Farms For a Fine Home or Investment. 'Best of Serins on form Loans, It Will Pay You to See Me Before Closing a Loan. or writo your needs, and I wl II do the rest. JPVdm 'Uio 1it below ntiy Olio wanting a uwA homo can Certainly bo pleas ed. Thorn) arc only n few immpleH of whnt I have. If you do not sec what you nro looking for horo, call on mo nt my olllco, first door wont of postofllco, front part of Democrat office, or write ti. I). DitlSKKLL, The Land nnd Loan Man, Anadarko, Okla. No. G. 100 acroe, 100 acre in culti vation, 3k fenced in pasture; 2 room house, good vMI. granary, stnhlo; 7 m lo i from railroad town. Price $22.60 per aero. No. 7. 100 acres, 70 acres in cultiva tion, 80 fenced in pasture, balance in iThim; orchard, good well. 150 acres tillable 10 acres timber, 1 mllo to school D miles to railroad town. $22 per aero. No. 91. lGSTacros, 1C0 acres tillable smooth land, 70 ncres in cultieation.bal nnco in grass; house, o...

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 February 1907

The Daily Democrat 3 VoL. J ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 15. 1907. No, 23. n:o make In the last 30 days the merchants of our town have had Clearance Sales, Clean- Up Sales and Knock-Down Sales. Now the Old Reliable, Harper & Frcelin, will sell you Dry Goods and Shoes at Cost for 15 Days. ROOM FOR. OTHER GOODS Valentine Party Tho ladies of the Agency, the Reading Club, ontertnined tho employes of Riverside school last night in a Valentino party, in which her..-M woro trumps. The house waB decorated with hearts, Japanese lantornB and potted plants. Tho evening was plousantly passod in social games, several of whtoh prizes were attached. Mr. C L. Ellis won a prize, con sisting of a box of chocolates, and Miss Reg inn Russell also acquired ono, a large stiok of barber polo oandy.i Refreshments woro served consisting of chiokon salad, bread and butter sandwiches and coffoe, a. i ice cream .ind cakes. Tho entire agenoy force was preaent, and the following from Riverside ...

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 February 1907

cUIti Iitnmu Qfeue & lEumfahU attii Just Uy HON. ALTON I liclicvo flint every slntc in the union ought lo lmvc an income tux. Tim federal government lina somotimoa levied a lax on incomes. Tlioro nre, of course, ninny inliorcnt dinieullies in I ho levy nwl collection of such n trtx in this country, where the people nrc so much leis Bottled in populntion tlmn in (lie old country, hut it rcmnins for the stnto lo provide for tho collection of ila revenues hy such mnlhods ns will operate- Itcut for the general inlorcat. 'J'hoco methods must he prui'licnl t licit is lo wiy, they musl he such ns can ho enforced without ncriou iniM'hief, and such as will provide the rcvonuc. Hut when the quration is: "What is nnd what is not practical?" fippanml fairness and equality as between individuals nrc of the highest importance. To tho common mind no rule seems to ho more just nnd fnir thnn (hut persons should he (axed for (ho support of (ho slato or government in proportion to Ihe revenue (hat...

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 February 1907

6l mwtofiwine,5 MVWWVWWVMVMVMMM IN FINE LINGERIE DAINTY GARMENTS THAT MAY BE MADE AT HOME. Fashioning of Appropriate Underwear It Something That Every Wom an Should Have at Her Finger Tips. No woman ought to bo Ignorant of -tho nrt of making tho simple, pretty things wlilch sho wimrs from her cradle to her grave. Our grnndmoth era made, and kopt on hand, under clothing against tho time of sickness and death. Hut tho making and hoard ing of gravo clothes was a rather lugubrious custom, which a generation of less Bomber ways of thoughts has allowed to lapse. It Is a rnro woman who is not proud of hor collection of lingerie, nnd prouder yet It sho has mado each article herself. Nearly all prospective brides attempt tho manufacture of at least ono suit of undorwear, aud sho Is a fortunato girl wjio has not waited until this happy time to learn how to cut and mako tho different pieces. Sho has Bnved herself some nervous strain, and, If sho has, llko tho Dutch girl, been gathering a chest...

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 February 1907

if Drlskell. The Land and Loan Man ! Bargains In Good Farms For a Fine Home or Investment. "Best of Verms on form Loans, It Wilt Pay You to See Me Before Closing a Loan. or write your needs, nnil I will do the rest Eromtho list hoiow tiny one wanting n pood homo can ccrtninly bo phas ed. Thoeo nro only n fow unmplos of what I hnve. If you do not w what you nrc looking for here, call on mo at my olllco, first ,'ir w.?t JfII,0toinco' front part of Democrat olllco, or wrlto G. D. DIUSKKWi, 1 Tho Land and Loan Man, Anadaiko, Okla. No. G. MO ncroi, 100 acre In culti vation, 36 fenced In pasture; 2 room hoURu, good well, granary, itnhle; 7 mllos from railroad town. Price $22.50 por ncro. No. 7. 100 acre, 70 acrei In cultiva tion, 80 fenced in imsture. Imlnnce in pnii; orchard, good wull. 160 acres tillable 10 acre timber, 1 mile to school 5 miles to railroad town. $SH por aero. No. 01. 163 acren, 160 ncros tillable smooth land, 70 acre in cultioiUion.lwl nnco In grnB; house, orchard, atti...

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