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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 9 August 1907

0 k ouwtteal BO.WJ The Daily Democrat. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AV6VST 9. 1907. VoL.i NO. 70 l 1 I i I ' VI K TO HELP THE BAND Now is the Time to Build Up a Most Worthy Enterprise. A papor is going over tho town this afternoon for subscriptions to help tho band. But a few per sons had been soon when the papor landod .at the Democrat offioe, and all of them signed for good amounts. These are tho names Max Goldman it Co. Popojoy & Stowo Ogl3 Bros. Sutter & StephenBon Tho Domoorat wo saw: S15.00 5.00 15.00 10.00 5 00 Tho money is to be used for defraying expenses of instruction and hall rent. The band is in a must excellent condition at pres ent, and learning fast under Mr. Colbath's instruction. It is pur posed to make it the best organi zation of its kind in the now state, the idea being that the advertise ment to tho city as well as tho pleasure to our homo boys who mike up its membership, is well worth the effort and th6 oxpenso necessary to bring about tho re sult....

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. — 9 August 1907

SERIAI iSTORY! (UopjHcl.l, IMf, loublnl j, !'( A Co.) CHAPTER III. Continued. Wlillo ovory otlior man In tint crowd wax nt a high tension of oxcltoiuent, Harry Conant was as culm us though standing In tho contor of n ton-ncru dnlsy Hold cutting off tho helpless Mow er h' bends with every swing of IiIh arm Switching Btock gamblers Into eternity had grown to be n pastime to narry Connnt. Hgro was Hob thunder ing with torrlllc omphnslB "78 for 5, 000." "77 for 5.000," "75 for MOO." "71 for 5,000," "73 for 5,000," "72 for 5,000," Hcomlngly expecting through sheer power ot voice to crush lila opponent Into dllenco. Hut with the regularity of a trip hammer Harry Conant's right hand, raised In unhurried gesture, and his clear calm "Sold" met Hob's ovory retreating hid. It was a hattlo royal n king on ono side, n Uiohellcu on tho other Though there wns frnutlo buy ing and selling 'all around thoio two Fcncrnls, the trading wnii gnuged by tho trend of their hattlo. All Knew that If Hob nhoul...

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. — 9 August 1907

ft MIGHTY SQUADRON THAT WILL CARRY FLAG TO PACIFIC REPRESENTATIVE OF Belief Prevails That in Event of War, the Sail ors of the Mikado Would Have Met Their Match in the Men on Board the Splendid Warships of Uncle Sam Austrian Military Expert Still Sees Menace in Japan's Action. Washington. Whllo recent ovents seem to have set at rest all Idea of war nt tho present tlmo betweon Japan and tho United States, thcro Is little doubt that tho situation has been viewed by both governments In the most serious light. That Japan In her diplomatic notes had assumed a tone of arrogance, seemingly calcu lated to arouso American resentment, Is admitted, and tho gathering of the mighty fleet to carry tho stars and Btrlpcs to tho far Pacific Is undoubt edly looked upon by tho world ns a dlgnlllcd warning to tho eastern em pire that tho pattonco of tho United States has a limit. Looked for War at Onco. When tho announcement wns mado that tho navy department had do elded to send tho Atlantic llcot to t...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 9 August 1907

J The Daily Democrat (Dally cxcopt Sunday.) "' H. II. HBRNDON", Ed. and Pub. ISnUrctlut.tliu Anadarko, Okla., post- olllco n Bccondclawj mall mattor. Jan., 22, 1907. MIJIIHCItllTION HATKHI Dally, 1 cnrricr, por week, 10c D illy, by mail, por year, $3.00 Weekly, by mull, por year. $1.00 ''flow lo Makes a Curfew. livery family Hhould have a ' curfow whioh Hhould poa aiivoly "rliifj tonight," and ovory night if needed. TIichb curfowa are inexpensive and can bo homo-made. Take a pieco of aiding two fel long and whittle ono end down to a handle; then take the ohild 'that noedu the curfow and ibend him over a barrel. Now ttako the pioeo of aiding in the hand and use it for a clapper. Tut it on hot. Di vide the atrokos evenly and -see thai none miss, (iood ifor a boy or girl up to the sage ol aixloeu, and appli cation are warranted to cure the moat pronounced caae of direct loafing that exiata. The muaic Iho curfew makes is liner than Hinging "Where is my, wandering boy to night? Inland Pr...

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. — 10 August 1907

0. K. UUtofloftt Society The Daily Democrat ANADAR.K0, CADDO ColNTY. OKLAHOMA AUGUST 10. 1907. VoL.l . NO. 171 MAY Rl BLACK MAN Negroes Try to Draw Votes Away From Republican Nominees Guthrie, Okla. Aug. 0 Geo. Robinson, of Watonga, a negro leader who hap served a term as count olerk,is hero today work ing up sentiment among looal negroes regarding tho placing of nogro tiokets in tho field whero vor the white republicans rofuse to give tho negroes a place on tho tioket. ' It is Robinson's purpose, if possible, to work up enough sentiment in Watonga tomorrow to nominate a negro candidate for congress against Tom Fergu som, tho regular republican no mineo, and it is understood they have their candidates selected, in case they are successful to put out a ticket. The Logan county negroes hold a similar convention to morrow at Meridian, althojgh they olaim they have no connec tion with Robinson's plans. Appointed Delegate Wm. Reoco, of tho Reece Agency, roooivod thij week a commission fr...

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. — 10 August 1907

ANOTHER PERSON. MAN L08T FOUR YEARS RE STORED TO FAMILY OUT MIND ENTIRELY GONE. CASE OF DUAL PERSONALITY Family and Friends of Cherles P. Brewln, of Burllnoton, N. J., Puz zled and Shocked by Strange Loss of Memory. Ilurllngton, N. J. Restored nllvo to liln family nftor having boon mourned four yonrH iih (load, but lost to himself, in tlio strange, unit fa to of Chnrlos 1. llrowln, for 80 yonrH n ntanch citizen of tills old revolutionary town. H la n innn that wan. To himself Chnrlen I. Urowlu In a child with but two yonrH of niomory, In spllo of tlio threescore Hint luwo not hiuuv on liln head. Ho In now, ho thinks, C'lmrlofl Johnson, n gray llttlo tailor, whose IntoreBt In llfo domi not oxtuuil much buyond IiIh "gooRe," whoso economy Includes nnught but his dnlly broad, and whoso lovo nnd affection, novor having boon reborn to llluiiilno tho blank wall of nphnnln, known not wlfo nor child. Yut wlfo and children tiro weeping over him, IryliiR to porsundo tho amazed llttlo innn ho I...

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. — 10 August 1907

MASSAGE FOR A RHINOCEROS. ft ALANG OF NEW GU NEA. i M M" a I ll I SKI v L5?J V.Ly - JF30X .'ys z&m smr SSK'A -7 . I 3etumaS ji J ' ' j p5e4tfiis-rtWiZ f " l . ' ' fii jS&k X" SV Tho International yacht racos at Klol to bogln about tho fifteenth of Au gust will bo much In tho public oyo of America owing to tho fact that this country Is sondlng three crack boats to contest for tho emporor's sup. Tho three boat3 aro tho Chowlnk VIII., Spokano I. and tho Marblohead. Mr. D. H. Crownlnshleld, the designer Df the Mnrblchead, and who Is a clcvor sklppor, raced a boat of his design sailed tho Undo Sam, somo years ago at Kiel, and knows whnt tho condi tions thoro aro llko, and ho designed the Marblehcad with a vlow to meet ing them. Sho may surprise- somo ot thoso who think that sho will not prove so fast ns tho other boats, but tho general opinion Inclines to tho Spokano and Chowlnk If tho condi tions aro what aro oxpected In August at Kiel. Tho first raco will bo on August 15, and t...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 10 August 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) iL - H. R. HEIINDON, Ed. and Pub. 'Gntared nl. Iho Anadarko, Okla., post- olllcc ns necondclnss mail mnltcr. Jan., 22, 1907. m.'IIHCUIIWION. HATltfct ;!1nllt 1 rnrrior. Der week. 10c allv, by mall, nor year, $3.00 W'oklv. bv mall, tier year, ..$1.00 Wh.it of tho gerrymander? Wo hoar no raoro roarB, howls, jind vooiteroua objurgations from our ropublican friendB since tho fodoral government haa under taken a oonsuB. Can it bu tho oxplOBion of another bluff? Wo would bo fjlad to hoar from tho mloffora. The Necrocs At the Primary. At tho ropublican priraarioB laat Saturday, it wbb beautiful o boo how tho nogroea of Caddo oounty, aftor having been, in offoot, kiokod out of tho oounty oonventian laat month and denied .any part in thoir party, camo to tho pollB and yotod. Tho negroes don't mind little things or thiB kind. Thoy may object at tho time but when it ootnoB to tho showdown, they valk right up -and Hole thb hand that ouffa them. ' J. H. ...

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 August 1907

Uijtorlcal Sdclety O. K mocrat 1 llv Daily o r VoL.l ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AV6VST 12, 1907. NO, 172 IT WAS WET OKLAHOMA June the Rainiest, Exceptions, in Years With Two Fifteen inoheB at Konton, Ok. The greatest amount In any twenty four consroufivo hours waB 4.70 inohoB at Fort Reno on Juno 0. Tho moan temponturo was 75.1 degrees, or 1 4 dogrooB below tho normal. Oklahoma City, Ok. Aug- 10 The report of tho government weather bureau at this' plnoo for June, 1007, rooorded an avorage rain fall in Oklahoma and Indian territory of 5.34 inohea for tho month, an exoess of 2.28 inches. With two exceptions it was tho wettast Juno in the last fifteen years. The rainfall was very unevenly distributed. Thero was a gener- al and marked excesu in the central and western counties, oxooodlnp the monthly normal by 200 per cent in some loaalitios. While thero was a decided de ficiency in some of he oaBtorn counties, the monthly average for tho eastern third of the sec tion wus cloeoto 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. — 12 August 1907

A GIANT Photograph of a shaggy bruin recently taken In the Rocky Mountains. vm- GOD'S ABIDING PLACE. HIGHEST HEAVEN LOCATED IN FAR AWAY STAR ALCYONE. Washington Preacher Who 8ald Hades Was In the Sun Makes Another Startling Discovery Supreme Celestial Beings. Washington "Tho third heaven, thu highest or nil, tho abiding placo of God, Ih on tho Btnr Alcyone, Im measurably Inrgor than any othor known body, Inrgor tliun tho sun bo many times thnt to mnko nn ostl mate Is nn oxorclBo for tho mathema tician rnthor than the theologian. Hell Ib In tho Biin, nnd everything ontBldo hell Ib eltluir heaven or a part of tho lieavenly syatom." Itov. Zed Hortzel Copp, pastor of Ilothany chapel, having tluiB located boll In tho mm, In now billing to In dicate In a genoral way whoro high est heaven may bo found, also ho Is willing to locato In n genoral way where paradise and tho ordinary or natural heavoiiB may bo found. "Paul BayB: 'IIo waa taken up to Mwvw VIKINGS EVER IN MINNESOTA? Finding of An...

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 August 1907

h u It ti -asSf ..-SP x7- TTATT uwn i ir-v rfi t iwz .. u in ai m "v n fn . n . 3fr WM.J9l.MA3DF.OHJD Mr. William A. lUnlfnnl will nnswr quoHlloni nnd give nihlio I'llEU OK cost on nil mibJwtB lurtBlnlntr to tho Rtibjoct of building (or tlio renders of thli paper. On nccount of bin wide expo ritmo tiH Kdllor. Author nml Manufao ttirer, lio In, without doubt, the hi best nuthnrlty on nil these nubjects. Andrew, ill Inquiries to WlUlnm A. Uadfnrd, No. 334 Fifth Ave., ChUngo. III., nnd only cncloso two-cent stamp -i: .-cply. A very roomy cottage anil ono -woll ndnpted to a growing family Is glvon In tills plan. There nro six rooms and a bathroom on tho ground floor nnd a chance to niako two splendid bedrooms In the two principal gnbkv. It Is not a vory oxpenslvo house to build, although It Is 31 feet wldo nnd CO feot long. Undor favor nblo circumstances It should bo built complete for about $1,000, nnd It con tains as much room oh an ordinary eight room two-story houso with n a greater...

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 August 1907

-- 1 The Daily Democrat v' ' ' (Daily except Sunday.) H. U. HERNDON, Ed. and Pub. "" Enlorod ul. thu Anadarko, Okla., post office an nocondolam tnnll innltor. Jan., 22. 1007. MVIIHCItlPriON; KATHSI Daily, ij carrier, pur week, . 10c Dally, by mall, por year, . $3.00 Weekly, by mall, por year, $1.00 The City Plant Some criticisms havu been made ttr us with roforonee to our mention of tho ltimontublo situa Uon of tlio city in rojjurd to wutor and olootrio lighting. It is stat ed that wo wore not ontiroly fair io Mr. Browor, the ox-suporin-tondont, although our statement ot tho faots was mado af tor in torviowing the mayor and mom hern of this and tho last council. Tho Democrat has no wish vhat- over to work a hardship on Mr. Brower, for whom personally we havo no fooling but goodwill. But tho proeont oondition of affairs ought not to exist; it means Bomothing to a city to bo without lighta'a'nd water, with the plant to' furniuh it at hand. Tho Domoorut is considering this phaoo of tho...

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 August 1907

m O K The Daily ocrat VoL. J ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AUGUST J 3. 1907. No.gir3 Dem V THE DEMOCRATIC OPPORTUNITY Now for a Forward Movement All Along The Line There haB never beon a time in the hiatorv of the Democratic party in Oklahoma, when it had bo entirely and corippiouously tho advantage on the issues. Thoro Ib not a point in the con troversy where the Democratic party is not right and whero that bunoh of Federal office holders and their hangora-on' have not succeeded in putting tho Republican party draadfully and lamentablo wrong so much so that thousands of good men, formerly in the Republican party are loaving it in disgust. Tho Republican party in Okla fjomi etands now as a party of obstruction and mudslinginur. Its official organ, the State Capital, is becoming infamous in tho now Btsttc as the most conscienceless newspaper circulating through tho mails, fighting desperately for a graft, the public printing, with its patriotism measured by its purse. Its leaders ...

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 August 1907

AnadarRo Daily Democrat ANADAUKO, OKLA. The Decisive Factor. Tomporninont Ib n word Hint hn fnllon Into Bomo dlscrodlt, according to n wrltor In tho Itovuo Sclontlflquc, but nftor nil, tompornmont Itself Is tho (IocIbIvo fnctor In tho dnlly llfo of cvory human being. Iloredlty counts for much, no doubt, and environment Is very important; but heredity nnd environment togothor nro not bo In fluential In determining tho fnctor of one's ovory-dny llfo as tompornmont. An llluatrntlon of its potency is Been In tho caso with which a fortune teller can rend tho paBt of ft perfect Btran gor. Many well-Informed perBona nro Bkoptlcnl when clairvoyants claim to bo nblo to read tho pant llfo of an In dividual. Tho too credulous, on tho other hand, nro amazed whon somo fortuno toller states accurately the record of their lives. Tho feat Is com. parutivoly easy. Ono needs but to know what a human being's tempera ment Is sanguine, lymphatic, bilious or nervous In order to read nn out lino of IiIb o...

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 August 1907

awvWMlfVWw.. c A DOUBLE By M. J. QWVoflnwrrflfi; (Copyright, by Joseph U. Bowles.) "Vacation?" Bolton, managing edi tor of the Planet, looked up from his Ucfik. "Why, yes, certainly, Miss liar clay. You've enrnel one, It a soul on the staff has. Your work has been line tills summer. Take two wcoIcb a month. Of course, tho Planet pays your snlary for a fortnight of It." She flushed with pleasure at Bol ton's off-hand, though slnccro praise. He was not a man who was lavish with commendation. "Then I'll start to morrow." "All right; havo a good time. Good by," and ho turned again to his desk. Miss Barclay's long sigh was heart felt, the next morning, as tho train rumbled slowly out of tho station. All 'day she traveled, and It was Just sun set when sho stepped onto tho plat form of Lake Lcvcn hornet Her father kissed her and her molhe- cried a bit and petted tho weary glrl. Thcro was no clanging cars and rumbling trucks; no dancing heat waves from molten pavements; no hatoful assignmen...

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 August 1907

r The Daily Democrat I (Daily oxcept Sunday.) H. II. HEUNDON, Ed. and Pub. Entoral at Uie Anadorko, Okla., post office an Bocondclasft mail mattor. Jan., 22, 1U07. hOiimchiitionj uatIimi Dally, Ly carrier, per week, .. 10c mily, by mail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by uiail, per year. . .$1.00 Government By Commission As a business proposition, would it, tio bo far bettor to pluoo tho government of the city in the ,handrt,ot.u uommisoton composed 6f ihroo inon, ono of whom sbiill bo nn witfiitoor, who Hhoutd giyo all their lime to thoir dutias und roooivo good snlurioa for thoir nvorkr" Mr. Stelzner, in u con versation with tho Democrat man laBt wook, Baid that ho is already $500 poorer than ho would have been had ho boon ablo to give all his tiino to his private businefis. Mr. Scott, hiu predecessor, oamo out Of .his two yearn term loser b many hundreds of dollars in tho satno way. The job iH a most thankless one, aa well as ono of tho groatest money-losers in CaddO county. One of the ...

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 August 1907

o U ii.ot.valSo.lcty if The Daily Democrat. VoL.1 ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AUGUST 14, 1907. No, 174 ' i II!, GARFIELD'S TER RITORY TRIP Is Recking With Polilica Plans to Flim Flam the Red Man. Muekogee, I. T., Aug. 13. It has become apparent that the visit Of Seoretary Garfield to In dian Territory is not altogether for the purpose of studying the Indian problem. It haB politioa significance. Tho seoretary promised to visit Indian Territory when he first went into offioe, but his visit hns been dolayed from time to time, until wbon a hot oampaign is on. Now his pres ence is being used by republican politicians to reach the lull blood Indians in a manner that cuuld not otherwiue operate. No sooner was the Heorotary's itinerary announced than tho re publican campaign committee announced that Governor Frantz would accompany the seoretary and would make speeches at the stops. ThiB arrangement serves a double purpose. First, the secretary haB ordered that all tho full bloods be g...

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 August 1907

f te .'t-. - tf- (t ( St r Interesting Bits of News Picked Up Here and There at the National Capital b CONSIDERABLE FLIRTING IN PUBLIC BUILDINGS ISTASIIINOTON.- Tho big public W "show" buildings of Washington nro tho "flirtation clearing houso" of Amorlcn. Tho cnpltol and tho splendid library of congress aro tho favorltoB, but oth ers aro only loss popular. For ninny years tho problem bus boon a serious ono with custodians, watchmen and pollcomon, and this spring It has been worse than ovor. Young in on nnd women of the high school ago, It Is declared, mako tho library of congross a regular head quartors for tho purposo of flirting. Thoro aro young men and women of tnaturor years who do much tho sumc, nnd i nally, all kinds of peoplo mako tho ...iico a hondquartors for meeting by nppolntmont, or without appoint ment, as may bo most desirable. JT'8 really quite legitimate In Wash I Ington, you know, where ono official ly, scarcely Btays but more than ono consecutive nilniito to tnko ...

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 August 1907

wftlSo.cW ,, i; nu'of A L ft WOMAN MOI MRS. BULLOCK WORKMAN HAS SCALED HIMALAYA PEAKS. Marvelous Feats of Daring Which Thin American Woman Has Accom plished Is Eager for New Tasks and Triumphs. It Ib an American woman who lias Won tho distinction of having, scaled tho highest peak of tho Himalayas, that of Nun Kun, 23,300 feet ab(io thn sea level. There are many Intrepid women mountain cllmhcm, hut Mrs. Ilnllock Workman Is queen of them all, having ascended to altitudes at tained ly fow men. In her peillous .. & k,: M-r The Workman Party on Edge of Crev. asse In Himalayas, ?1,5C0 Feet Above Sea Level. explorations and juountuin climbing she has been accompanied by her hus band, Dr. Bullock Workman, and to gether they havo boon In places never before trod by tho foot of the white man. It cannot bo the fascination which lies in beating iccords which attracts Mrs. Workman to tho dangerous and trying pastlmo of mountain climbing. Somo years ago sho topped all pro vlous records niado...

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 August 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) II. K. IIEKNDON, E1. and Pub. E itcrcd at the Anadarko, Okla., post- office as Bcconuoiass man matter. Jan., 22, 1907. HUllHCUll'riONrK.VTHHl Dally, Ij carrier, por wook, .. . . . 10c Dally, by mall, por year, fXOO Weekly, liy mall, per yoar. $1.00 T. B. Furguson Eclipsed Thompaon B. of the whito eye brows and tho faolal oarthquakeB hae just now Rotton up ngainot Iho liartloht kind of a orunl pro position, unloulutod to move tho goda on high Olympus to toars of laugh'.!)'. ThompBon thought ho wuh running against E. L. Fulton for oongrofla, and misled by fanoloB to this e Koot, has boon louring the oountloa of Iho Bhoo string district in ono-night stands, gotting off oratory of tho fronzi od windmill varioty In tho tntortsl ol hiB oandidaoy. And iiow,nlaB,poor Thompson I It turnB out that ho is not Tur ning agoinat Mr. Fulton at all. Instead, ho la running againBt A Bftxtor Whitby ,of Oklahoma City with good ohanooa of boing beat en by hio ou...

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