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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 15 August 1907

mitorlcftl Society O 1C The Daily mocrat roL.J ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AV6VST 15. 1907. NO, 175 De Never Better John A. Houron, proprietor c f o Codar 8pringa farm eovon ilos south of tho oity, was in wn today and made this offico pleasant oall. He had with him aamplo of fino tomatoes, somo whioh would moasuro fivo iohes in diametor. These to batoea wftro raised on sod land, Ind he haa about four hundred lanta. Mr. Heuron haa boon eon gathering about two bushels rory week for tho last aix weeks id says he will havo a great any more, tie reports corn, )tton and ail other products in 10 best condition and say pros leota wero never better. Enunciation Day Today being Enunoiation Day, day observed by all Catholics, o Knights of Columbia, an or ' l of tho ohuroh, are celebrating p no asion with a big pionic at Patrick's Mission, south of j city. About fifty or more of tho nights and their ladies oamo in hie morning and wero met at the tation by Father Iaadore, who ook them out 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. — 15 August 1907

11 y a The Weekly Democrat Published Fvcry Thursday. BY Hekndon Duos., Publishers. Entered at tho Postoflkc at Aumlnrko, Okla.. as Bccpnd clas? mail matter. Suqscriptton Hates, pea year, - $1.00 Government By Commission Ab a bueiriOBB proposition, would it not bo far hotter to plaoo tho govornmont of tho oity in tho hands of a oommlssion composed of threo mon, ono of whom eh all bo an onginoor, who BhoUld give all their tlmo to thoir dutioa and roooivo good salaries for thoir work? Mr. Stolzner, in a con Torsation with thoDetnoorat man last week, said that ho is alroady $500 pooror than he would havo boon had ho boon ablo to givo all his time to his privato businoss. Mr. Scott, his predecessor, came out; of his two yers term loser by many hundreds of dollars in tho eatuo way. JTho job is a most thanklesB ono, as well as ono of tho groatost monoy-loBers in Caddo county. Ono of the plcdcroa that wo hoar in tho campaigns is that'tho nominooB will perform thoir dutioa with tho same oaro...

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 August 1907

1 GARFIELD'STER RITORY TRIP I Reeking With Polilics-Plans to Flim Flam the Red Man. Muskogee, I. T., Aug. 13. It has bocomo apparent that the visit of Secretary Garfield to In dian Territory is not ultogether for the purpose of studying the Indian problem. It has political Bignificunoe. The seoretary promised to visit Indian Territory when he first went into office, but hie visit has been delayed from time to time, until when a hot campaign iu on. Now hiB pres ence iB being used by republican politicians to reach the full blood Indians in a manner that could not othorwiue operate. No sooner was the secretary's , it' iorary announoed than thero publioan campaign committee announced that Governor Frantz would accompany the secretary and would make speeches ut the stops. This arrangement serves a double purpose. First, tho seoretary bas ordered that all the full blooda bo gotten out if poBsi ble at tho time ho visits each of tho Indian capitals. Governor Franz will also uddrees them. I...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 15 August 1907

t m- u & . Notice of Election Precint (Unit frum jingo 1) Precinct No 23 Grnndview -township, voting plaoo, uauu plaoo of votingi Precinct No. 21 Cobb town nhfp. voting pl&co, usual pluoo of voting. Preoinot No. 25 Lathram towr 2 ship and unit city of Carnegie voting plaoo usual place of vot ing. Precinct No 20 Fort Cobb tjwnship and town of Fort Cobb voting plpoo ufluiil place of vot ing. Prkcinct No. 27 West Mo Kiniry township, voting plao UBual plaoo of voting. Precinct No. 28 McKinloy twp outside olty of Anadarko votinj plaoo, usual plaoo of voting. Precinct No. 29 Dolawaro township, voting place usual plaoo of voting. Precinct No. 30 Cement in cluding olty of Comont volinc plaoe ubuhI placo of voting. Prkoinct No. 31 Tonkawa township, vjotiug place usuul of voting. PreoinoI No. 32 Highland township voting placo usual plaoo of voting. Preoinot No. 33 Halo town ship voting plaoo Usual plaoe of voting. Preoinot No. 34 Bannor town ship voting place usual plaoo of voting. ' ...

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. — 16 August 1907

,wvr o l Vstor The VoL. 1 ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AV6V-5T 16, 1907. NO, 76 LciA 9o Daily Demo T 0 I h- ft . V ANADARKO STILL IMPROVIN A Large Feed, Livery and Boarding Barn Being Built On 6th St ect. Ohas, Wostor, propriotor of tho South Sido Food Yard, is making preparation for tho building of a largo briok boarding and livory barn. Tho diminsiona ara to be sixty-four foo; by one hundred and twenty five. Tho building will have a oonoroto flu.r forty foot squaro whore tho buggies will bo kept. Ho will iiave (or tho aoooraiiodaiion ot the pmn'e dozen or mom hinglo uud doublo rigs, uud ho lui9 a fino lot of horses. This is a great improve merit for Anadnrko. The build ing will oo localod on Oil) atrcot. Hites Feed and Livery Bnrn The Hito Brothers Food und Livery barn on East Main, is nearing completion, and when finished will bo ono of the best andraOBtuplo-date in lh south west. It io built of galvanized iron, with a oemont ntonn Irunt, tho stone being manufactured by Updeg...

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. — 16 August 1907

I Ww IfBfittJL Iwl A lai A CURIOUS ILLUSION. h m jt jfm m m ki ISABEL -UTJxnjjT-rTjnjj'vnriorvfiivriririiit i "!! -.-.. ... GOOD MIMICS ALWAYS SUCCEED. Clsvor Imitators of Star Can Com mand Good Salaries. The retirement to private life of Fay Tcnipleton, tho hunt that Cecilia I .oftus la making for n comedy In which she will not huve to do linltn tloiu una other movements of the utrlcnl slnm cronto new opportunities for actors anil actresses who excel In mimicry. That Imitating pnys can he aeon by tho now live years contract that EIbIo .IiuiIb has niadu with Charles Wiling ham under whoso munngement she Is to star. She guvc up a management thnt had been paying her $750 n week, nnd her only reason for giving It tip Hho said, was tlmt ll wns not paying iher enough salary. A now Imitator In tho person -of a black-eyed, black-haired girl who until latoly bad not been heard of, linn appeared In vaudeville, nnd her friends announce with a boldness that is somewhat startling that sho Is 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. — 16 August 1907

kv III -11-1 -- f- f ifLLjr '"''' .JJ IN THE PUBLIC EYEH IS MAINTAINING REPUTATION c ?-- fts, . I i fcvV ' 3se- IK v ( vijjao-;' vjb"- t - i vi t James Hazon Hyde, former vlco president of tho Equltablo Life Assurance society, after a year or so of ncar-obllvlon, is doing things again In tho French capital. Pending n settlement of tho con troversy provoked by tho proposal to merge two prominent Now York trust companies, ono of which was founded by Mr. Hyde, It Is pleasing to learn that this gentleman maintains his reputa tion for being tho most fastidious malo American who ovor set foot In Paris. That ho would fall below tho standards he sot up In his own country was unthinkable, but confirmation of faith in his artistic evolution toward porfectly symmetrical dilettantism Is welcome. At tho recent "ttlo of flowers" in tho Dots de Doulogne ono of tho most enthusiastic com batants was Mr. Hyde. In an enormous automobile, accompanied by a half dozen protty women. t" f ,rmcr American ll...

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. — 16 August 1907

n fl-tfon TIipTESSSs A ISfeb '-- ht-tiri i ."MOgmway-, ijtsr inniiv mWiAr;mnKwm(S0 ck e i I p" - X II. H. HCKNDON, Ed. and Pub; Entered at. tlio Anailurko, Okla., post- office ah Bccondclow mail matter. Jan., 22, 1007. M'MIMCII I IT IONj"l A.THHI Dally, Ly carrier, per wuuk, 10c Daily, by mall, per year ?tf.00 Weekly, by mail, por year $1.00 Will tlm littlo brown jug he nbolishcd in Groutur Oklahoma in the coining coiiflliluiionuloloo' lion? It pointa that wuy, nny. Avay. v Mintouri claims first plaoo in lho production of tlio hen and her fiuit, but Oklahoma Blill gots tlioro in cotton, eloortae and oar potbaggora; tho latter, however, will bo lost to her uftor Septem ber 17. Tho doar peoplo will, in tho end, pay that 29 million -odd dollar fino imposed on tho Standard Oil by Judgo Landia, A 2-oont raise in tho prioo of that nocofeeary produot to satisfy tho imposition isn't much, you know, 'Bean DayM Is August 14, and t'Sourkraut Day" Soptcmbor 20, in Iowa, Now if Iowa can afford 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. — 17 August 1907

,. ,... IS" 1! The Daily Democrat VoL. 1 ANADAR.KO, CADDO COlNTY. OKLAHOMA AUGI-5T IT. 1907 NO, irr Republican Convention A delegate convention of the republioma of Anadarko City, Ib hereby called to meet at (ho Pis triot Court room on Tuesday, August 20, 1007, at 8 o'olock p. m,, for the purposo of nomin ating two juetioea of tho peace and two constables for said city at the coming election. The basis oi representation for said convention shall bo one dele gate for every seven votes or maior fraotion Stbereof cast fori M. E. Watson for delegate to the constitutional convention, and the several wards shall bo entitled to the following dolegates: First ward, 37 voteB, 5 delegates; Soc ond ward, 43 votes, 0 delegates; Third word, 80 votes, 12 dele gates; Fourth ward, 00 votes, 0 delegates. Ward caucuses for tho eleotion of delegates shall bo held in tho several wards, Monday, August 10th, 1907, at S o'olook p. m., at the following pluceB: First ward, Hess's store Seoond Connor Buildin...

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. — 17 August 1907

WESTERN EDUCATOR HONORED. IS. C. Cooley was elected head of II. National Educational Astoola (Ion at ItH rocent moetltiK held at Los Angeles, Cal. I DR. OSLER ODJECT3 TO SOUP. Accordlno to Him Most Harmful Ar ticle of Diet. Dr. William Oiilor, to whom Is ac credited the oft repeated ami oft de nied aflHOrtlon tliat people Hhmihl Iiu chloroformed nftor becoming GO years old, Ih lilttorly opposod to tliu drink JiiK of Roup, according to tlio state ments of u Now York morchnut. "My wlfo was n wreck from nerv mm dyspepsia," said tlio murcliant 'Several promlnunt physicians In Now York had treated lior without surcoss, nnd finally I was advised to taku hur to Ilaltlmoro to soe Dr. Oslor. Mo Inquired carefully nliniit he hnbttH. mill imrtlculnrly lior illot. Wo do Hcrlbod It without going Into dotallH, hut tlilH did not satisfy tlio grunt phy Hlrlan. ' 'Tall mo what you had for dinner, describing the naturu of tlio courso, their iiumher, and so on,' ho lll BlHtOd. " 'Well, wo imually star...

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. — 17 August 1907

HIE FIELD OPPRE8SIU11 (N FOREIGN LANDS. JUDGE K. M. LANDIS. HOUSE HAS A HISTORY. WIDER NG WAS PLANNED TO BE THE HOME OF NAPOLEON. 4 Structure Still Standing In New Or leans Plot to Reicue Exiled Em peror from 8t. Helena Only Foiled by His Death. Now Orloans. Of all tho nxnanco n history thoro la no episode more itartllng than tho Creole plot to res cue Napoleon from his prison on St. Helena and hence, llttlo Is known about It. Tho seeds of tho plot wero Bown when Josoph Honaparto loft Franco and bought an estata on tho northern edgo of tho Adlrondacka. Thlthor flocked tho Honapartlsts. But It was In New Orleans that tho plot camo to a head. To tho Creoles thoro was a great appeal In tho pathetic spectnelo of tho "prlsonor of Longwood," n broken old man, "brutally Imprisoned," thoy Bald, on tho bleak rocks of St. Helena. Of all tho Influential and rich Cre oles who woro Interested In tho plot, tho most nrdont was Nicholas Olrod. millionaire, philanthropist, patriot, mayor for several...

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. — 17 August 1907

Ifi ;! n irt n The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) II. K. HERNDON, Ed. and Pub. Entered nt the Anadarko, Okla.. post office an Bccondclasa mall matter. Jan., 22, 1907. HUHMCItlPriONZ'llATKM! Dally, 1 carrier, pur week, . . 10c riadv liv mnll. ner vear $3.00 VVhi1i!v. Iy mall, per your. $1.00 Statehood Sure With Hnskell Tho ropublioun onrapnign in tho Btato iu being based upon tho argument that if tho voter want6 statehood ho hud hotter vote for Frantz, booauflo RooBovolt, a friond of Krnntz, will thon ucoept the constitution. Setting usido tho neat loft-hunded compliment tho ropublloan boosters are pay ing their preeidont by ropruHt nt ing that ho will make a difforonco in the porformanoo of his duty by reason of puraonal friendship, tho ropublloan tanglo ia only mado worso than over. For, if Frantz should miraoulouBly, too oleoted, Roosevolt oould accept or rojeot tho constitution; if Haskell wins, au ho will win, Roosevelt daro liot, f 3r tho saUo of his honor, turn down qla...

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. — 19 August 1907

f.i. 'UY The Daily Democrat 'f ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AV6VST 19, 1907. NO. 176 VOL. 1 0 K H,9'..r.ac Republican Convention A delegate convention of the republtoans of Anadarko City, is hereby called to meet at the Dis trict Court room on Tuesday, AticriiBt 20. 1907. at 8 o'olook p. m for the purpose of nomin ating two justioes of the peaoe and two oonBtables for said oity at the coming election. The basis of representation for said convention shall be one dole Bate for overy seven votes or mater fraotion Jthoreof oaat for! M. B. Watson for dolegato to the oonBtitutionul convention, and the several wards shall be entitled to the following delegates: First ward, 37 votes, 5 delegates; Sec ond ward, 43 votes, 0 delegates; Third ward, 80 votes, 12 dele gates; Fourth ward, CO votes, 0 delegates. Ward cauouses for the eleotion of delegates shall be held in the several wards, Monday, August 19th, 1907, at 8 o'olook p. m., at the following placos: First ward, Hoss's store Seoond 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. — 19 August 1907

TORE OUT TONGUE AS A SACRIFICE. SURGEON'S ERROR DIVER'S DAUGHTER LEADS. TO ALTAR. FOLLOWS CALLING. H MANIAC PLACCD IN STEEL JACK- ET AFTER FIQHTINQ POLICE AND DOCTOR3. MAIMS HIMSELF FOR THE CZAR Unfortunate Man Thought He Would Get High Position In Russian Government as Result of Deed. Now York. Laboring under tlio de lusion that if bo made aomo groat por Boiinl Bnerlflco In tbo nnmo of tlio czar nml czarina of KiiRsIn they would toward lilm with high iiolltlonl lion ore. William M. McLaughlin, 33 yonra old, of Huron Btroot, almost toro bis toiiKUu from Its rootB, shortly beforo noon tho other day, became vlolontly ItiHmio nnd had to ho strapped Into n atralt-Jnekot nnd rotnovod to tho Klnga county hoapltnl. Before ho wan finally brought Into Hiibmlsslon, bowovur, McLaughlin guvo tho doator, the nmbiilnnco drlvor, a policeman, nnd Bovoral neighbors tho tuulo of their IIvob. Just what drovo McLaughlin to nuch Bticldun violent Insanity tho doc tors have not yot boon nblo to dis cover....

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. — 19 August 1907

How Jimmie Was Found By Mary E. (Copyright, by Joseph D. Dowles.) John Graham warned Margaret Dunham when ho married her that hers would not bo a llfo of case. "My llttlo Helen Is nil that any one could desire; but my boy what his aunt and I liavo endured the last four years Is beyond, my power to de scribe I I liavo felt tempted some times to b thankful that his mother died. Ho Is not prepossessing cither In looks or manners; sullen, mlschlov ouk everything disagreeable; and his principles! How I camo to havo such a boy Is a mystory." . "There I Don't think about It," said Margaret. "But I don't consider him unprepossessing. Ho Isn't handsome, but red hair and frecklosB nnd big teeth aren't hopeless; as for his man ners nnd principles, wo'Il got him now sets," sho said, gayly. Ono day a weok of two after Mar garet's return from her wedding trip, Helen said Importnntly: "Papa, James was sent luto the dressing room to-day for being bad. Jonnlo Qulglcy told mo so." James looked up as ...

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. — 19 August 1907

Mi r k v ' p' The bailv Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) H. J.. HEItNDON, Ed. amCPub. Knlorod at-tlic Anadarko, Okla., post- ffico as Bccondclass mail mattor. Jan., 22. 1007. MtJItHaUII'riONSlliVTKHI Dally, j carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mail, per year, . .. . $3.00 Wfily. by mail, per year. . $1.00 T&c Prohibitory Clause Tho Prohibitory olauBo wjib afinitoIy taken out of politics by tho notion of tho Liquor Doalors' Ansocjtition endorsing the oon utftution Thursday tit Oklahoma City, and coming out aquarly for local option. Tho Democratic pirty led in putting this issuo up to tho pooplo in tho nature of a Toierondum, then the Republican party and tho prohibition forces .followed euit, and last of all tho ,Uquor dealers havo taken the mm course ThiB meanB that the prohibition and onti-prohibition (orooB are frankly making ttLtrir own oampaign separate from the politioal Ibbuos. This is aa it should be. We havo reqeivod our eharo of dope .from both tho liquor interests' aide u...

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. — 20 August 1907

1 K His or.cn! Society The Daily mocrat VoL. l ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AV6VST 20. 1907. NO. 179 De PRIZE FOR FIRST COTTON Business Men Offer Substantial Rewards to the Farmers For the purposo of advancing the interest of tho oity, enlarging her trado territory and reward ing industry and thrift, we, tho undersigned members of tho Business men and Citizons of Anadarko Oklahoma hereby agree to pay the amount set op posite our several namos for tho purpose of giving a prizo to the owner of the first three bales of 1907 cotton marketed in Anadar ko. BRFittB So 00 Tho Fair Dep't Store-..'. 5 00 B S Dixon 5 00 Ogle Bros 5 00 F N Bank . 5 00 F J Callahan .'. 3 00 Mills AOrme 2 50 Hammert & Ayres 2 50 B K Wood - f 2 50 Youngheim Clothing Co. 2 50 Dunoan & Leonard ... . 2 50 Gish uros. 2 50 Chauncy Rhoads .: 2 50 H L Cooper 1 00 J A Dinkier - 100 Galloway & Turner.... 100 Tho Merchants Saloon . . 1 00 W W Terry Gins First Free Jeff Ford 1 00 Baird Confeot. Co 1 00 Rufue...

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. — 20 August 1907

M WHERE PEACE DELEGATES MEET BSSSSSSSSSbBS.L- SMSHuSSSSp8VBk-'sSivl2iVflSflE .EJta, "fc 7 iBSF StiSH T 4 BSl gsgsgspflg8Mg jyglHr'M"iMfc"-' .kljTBfcT8Tcfnt sSikfESt 3 iH The Rldderzaal, where the second Peace conference Is being held, stands on the eastern side of the Dinnenhof or Inner Court of the ancient official buildings of The Hague. The Dinnenhof occupies the site of a palace built In 12S0 by Count William of Holland. Within the court on May 13, 1619, John of Darneveld, Chancellor of Holland, was put to death by his rival, Prince Maurice. WHOOPING COUGHFETeT EVERYBODY THERE DARKED AND WORST GOT PRIZES. Pittsburg Kids and Their Wheezy Par ents Dray at Lawn Party Medicine Is Fcaturo at Luncheon. Pittsburg. "Mrs. V. II. Pnrlcor, of Grand View avonuo, Dtiquosuo Heights, tondarod a whooping cough lawn foto tho other ovonlng nt lior homo In honor of lior son Goorglo, who la nufforing from tho disease. Over a scoro of lila llttlo friends attended, nil of them similarly afflicted." B...

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. — 20 August 1907

to TOLL TAKEN OF HUMAN LIFE BY THE INDUSTRIE GREATER THAN DEATHS ON BATTLEFIELD Over Half n Million Men and Women Annually Are Killed or Injured in the United States While Engaged Productive Labor - Enormous in Sum Needed to Support Those Incapacitated. btel?5 1 i A Familiar Peril In Building Opera tloriG. New York. Moro thnn 500,000 men and women nro Injured or killed In tho Industries annually In tho United States, or one person overy minute. This Industrial carnage costs tho people of tho country, directly and in directly, over two and a hnlf billions ef dollars a sum larger than tho national debt. Such are tho death tolls of Indus trial progress, which shows such a smiling fnco to thoso whoso occupa tions Involve no danger, but turns a ghastly countenanco on . thoso who work In peril of tholr lives, Whoovcr doubts theso figures need only read the grim statistics to bo convinced thr.l modern Industry Is tnoro fateful than war. In tho Japanowo-Husslan war a total of 333.78G men wo...

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. — 20 August 1907

The Daily Democrat '. j (Dally except Sunday.) II. U. HEUNDON, Ed. and;i'ub. Entered nt the Anodarko, Okla., post- ofUcp or secondclass mall matter. Jan., 22, 1007. HUllMCHIlTIONrHATHHJ Dflll. I f carrier, nor week. 10c Dally, by wail, per year, $3.00 Weekly, by "mall, por year. $1.00 Mr. McFndyen Shooting Fist Will MoFadyon, republican nominoo for stato roprnBontatlvo, ia havirig tho proraonitory nhud' dora of ntnlomnanehip thoBe duye as he boob tho situation. Ilo oppoooa himself to Frank Stoph ona of Apiiohp, and affoofa to bo liovo that ho will win in a walk. J3ut lot'o 800. We havo not hoard of any standing Or qualifioations that Mr. MoFadyon possossoB that Mr. Stophorm dooa not, or that givoa him any olaiiri tr tho domooratio voto'a noooBaary to oloot. But wo do know' of several very grovo reasons why Will ahould reoeivo tho unanimous domooratio black ball at tho poIJs. Ho will, if elooted, votofor'twoUnitod Statos senators, whioh tho interests of Oklahoma omphatioully require ...

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