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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 21 August 1907

K mrr..nSoeWiy rt The Daily Democrat koL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AUdU-ST 2 1. 1907. NO. 130 ailFLQTO PARADE ith Sidewalks a Human Mass, the Show Passes Through the City Streets. ,Tho long parado of the Solla ibto show started through the gjsinoss portion of tho city at ilf paBt oloven, with the side lka banked with pooplo. It bib past at 12 o'olook. After- urd, there was a free exhibition ft tho show grounds. HI mi J . - ..., n ooeaaion of bands, waeons of Id animals, tho old and ever oirous olownB, riders in the gentry of the Middle Ages, and sed by a steam piano. There were a half a dozen big aphants, throo dromedarios, ten otrian oamels. a Peruvian iron, the aaornd cow of India, opards, lions, yunB ana" 0,t, yal Bengal tigers, Shetland tmes, and so on enougn to sac- fy tho most circus-hungry mngstor that ever cume to town. Wo are more people in the city !dav than were here for the 'furth of July celebration. Especially noticeable were the irses, under direction of Ch...

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. — 21 August 1907

SERIALS vSTORY (Oopjrlclil, lX,lK,ullliy,I'BCj.) CHAPTER IV. Continued. "Ho appealed directly to John WII non to make nn effort to stop the growing tendency to uso tlio people ns pnwns to enslavo thomsolvofl and tliolr chlldron. llo snld somo man of undoubted probity, standing, nnd wealth, Hoiiiu ono whom tlio pcoplo trtiHtod, must start tlio fight against tliono Now York tlonds, whoso only thought la to roll up wonltli. And ho told John Wilson ho was tlio mnn, hIiico ho linit threat wonltli, houostly cot by his father nnd grandfather; no ono would nccuso him of bolng n liypocrlto, Booking notorloty, nnd his standing In tho financial world was ko old nnd solid that It would hnvo to listen to lilm. I romembor how otnpltntlcnlly fnthor Bald: 'I toll you, John, ovon tho discussion of such n proposition ns that scoundrel Holn hnrt nialtoH Is degrading to nn Amor lenn'n honor.' llo snld It didn't innko tho loast dlfforonco lf Ileinhnrt count ed his millions by the score, and was dlruotor...

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. — 21 August 1907

I ie o h Ipu. ., TO 32w BHINCu SOML STRAMGtLPLFlSPELCTlVfLS SLXN TMaOUGJi THL. .SMALL ELVD Or THE- CO.ASS WITH A CHLfttW AT THL BOTTOfl oucniou Bv HLLLWA .SMITH-DAYTON ncTuit.D dv AN&IL "POOR JOSIE "This cream looks sour," said Mrs. McCanopy. "It smells Hour," agreed Clara, stain ing the bottlo. "A thundor storm usually turns It," contributed Cousin Phoebe. Kvorybody looked expectantly at Joslo, who readied for n spoon. "It Is sour," sho stated, rushing to ward tlio sink. "I thought so," echoed tho others, triumphantly. "You can always toll!" "Joslo, you'd bettor got ready If you'ro going," advised hor mother. "Going where?" demanded Joslo. "Then who Is going to do all tlioso errands?" sighed Mrs. McCanopy. "I can't go; Clara can't; your cousin .Phoebo has to glvo a music lesson; Josle's Conspicuous Birthday Gifts for the Hall from thlH Is Mary's cleaning dav and" "Send Jonnlo. It's Saturday," sug ested Josle. "I'vo got tho bird cago to clean, tho pets to feed, Spanish cream to ...

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. — 21 August 1907

t .l" The Daily Democrat (Dully except Sunday.) H. It. HERNDON, Ed. and;I'ub. Entered at tho'Anadnrko, Okla., poat- odlco an sccondclass mail matter. Jan., 22. 1307. HUllHCIUPriONntATKHl Oaily.L carrier, per week, 10c Daily, by mail, per year, $3.00 TVooKly, by malf, per year. $1.00 Now, would tho polioo bo moan ohough to run in a republican for putting tho vord "slaughtered'' undor our hondquartors Sign? SUBSCRIPTION FOR BAND Amounts Pledged For Instruc tion, cto. by Business Men Tho Big Show is in ovidonoo, judging from tho brokon orosa inga. Mr. Burger ia not likoly to suffer from onnui Uiobo hot days. "Now eidowalka aro oonBtantly going in, both oonoreto and briok. Mr. Thompaon and Mr. Dunlnp havo just luid somo fino onop, and are putting in othors, Bonaparte Thrown Out Tho dismissal of Attprnoy- 'Gonoral Bonaparto from tho oabinot beoauao ho topic tho Roo8ovolt anti-trust orusndo too seriously, as ovidoncod by tho -gingor ho put into it, ia a lament ablo givoaway, aB regards Mr...

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. — 22 August 1907

0. k. UUtorlcftl Society Democrat The ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AUGUST 22. 1907. NO, 161 VOL. 1. Tirmin nrMnrnirc I Vote for all 5 of th- Mipivm- court judges. Hie name- of (lore andOwen will not appear on thetlcket, ( nftN'T NOTICE, DcHlUlKAlJJAvotefor Messrs Johnson, T..,ylor,C.C. Fisher and Fnink Stephens isa vote for democratic U. S.senatorsJ IWil 1 T THIS Republicans Select Ticket in Comanche Lawton, Okln., Aug. 21. Fol lowing aro tho republican nom inees of Coinanoho county selec FIXING II RESPONSIBILITY ted by the county convention ---" ANOTHER B G weRE the: afttffrW) v for OUR TAWJ- 4J -tr-nr317T i MPRQVIENT he-e: I t I HV The Thompson Steal a Hard One for the Republican Campaign. The woight'of the Jim Thomp Hon embezzlement is like a mill Btone about the necks of the re publican county candidates, as evidenced by their strenuous and modest efforts to put it off on the democrats. Hence the He that the bond is bad, when the faotB are that the Surety company is arrangi...

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. — 22 August 1907

te&" - Amnirait HKtttta Will alve (feat pruhUmui of lElwtiirtttr By SIR WILLIAM PttEECE. K. C. n P. R. S., Lcadlntf Electrical Authority) Great nrltnln. RIVERS THAT HIDE I HE ingenuity of American inventors bids air to solvo tho ninny problems in tho clectricnl field. Tlie first grcnt desideratum is n snfo nnd economical medium for (ho transmission of power. Tho third rail is a constant mennco to lifo, nnd I nm porsunded tlmt it will bo abolished as booh as something hotter can bo found. Wo arc experimenting in London with an overhead system, and it i3 inoro (linn possiblo tuat wo shnll havo to work back around tho circle) to tho abandoned overhead trolley. Tho syttom of electric traction installed by tho New York Central is tho finest and best I have seen, but tho third rail must n T I liKKw In telephony tho problem of transmission of tho voico clearly to a dislanco without tho enormously costly heavy copper wiros is on tho point of solution by that wonderful inventor, 1'rof. l...

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. — 22 August 1907

EQUITY IN BUSINESS. A NEW ARMY POST. V TO BE PA TCHED UP- BUILDING S i? i TREASURY BUILDING TO UNDKR GO ALTERATIONS. 8andstone Pillan and Wallc All That Remain of the Structure Built by Andrew Jackson To Be Torn Out. Undo Sam's strong box at Washing ton Is to undergo another restoration. Tho last congress appropriated $3G2, 000 to bo expended In replacing tho sandstone pillars which mnko tho cast front of tho treasury building with Bolld granite columns, and In veneer ing the toppling sandstone walls with outer walls of granite. Thus passes away tho last of tho treasury building, which was erected after much acrl raonlous controversy In 1840. Tho Im posing looking cdlflco which obstructs tho avenuo and prevents an uninter rupted vlow of tho grand boulevard from tho White Houso to tho capltol is now entirely made of nddltlons. The treasury building propor, In its renovated state, represents a total ex penditure of almost $10,000,000, and If tho future Is to bo judged by tho past, tho...

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. — 22 August 1907

1 LOCAL ITEMS M. M. Shaw camo in from llobart yoHtorday. C. T. Robinson oamo in from Minco laBt night. Toxas, and will mnko nn ox tondod visit in tho oity. 0. II. Cochran, of Iiingor, wub a city visitor Inst night.- W. W. Davis modo a business trip to Uracomont today. Billingsloy A Son hnvo ohang od tholr Soda Fountains. J. E Farrington is a Cliiclca eha businoss visitor today. Alrj.M. J. Sliowor8, of Apaoho, was in the city yesterday. Mlta Sylvia' Franz roturned homo from Vordon last night. Miss Georgia Veaver wont to GraoomOnt for a fow days visit. ,p.,0. FiBhor, oounty commis Bipnos, was in tho city, yesterday- ,)c. H. T. Shophord mado a business visit to Bingor today. C. S. Knodor, of Lawton, was a business visitor in tho city to day. 'Bert Granloo, of Cliiukaeha' visited friondg in tho oity yoster-day.- 'Mr. and Mrs. B. D. ' Hito, of Fort Cobb, spont yesterday in tho oity Miss 'Avis Flarinagan, of Graaomont, spont last night in tho city.1 Dr. J. II. Roebuck left this morning fo...

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. — 23 August 1907

Daily Demo Vol. i. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AI6U-5T 23, 1907. NO. 1Q2 MflTlrR llKMlH IJA T voiciuraiis oi liic suwichic tuuii juucs. ! lie imiiie.-. ui uore nilUUWCn Will not appear Oil thetlcket ) nAM)T nFr. ,... MUUlE, UbAiULKAldJAvotefor Messrs Johnson, Taylor,C.C Fisher and Prank Stephens isa vote for democratic U FORGET THIS . . MM WM 1 A 4. I f 1. ----.., na.ui. !...!.,. T!. - . ..... ff 1 a K UW ,1 ifiv H IE 01 H tmwi ffl i , THE NEGRO VOTE Republican Campaign and The Disaffected Negro i'no republican campaign boosters are tolling tho negroes feurful things about tho southern democrats theso dayB fearful things thut are made necossary beoauso of kicking tho negroes out of their cojnty convention here in July and out of tho state convention al Tulsa. Inasmuch as thoro are Borne 40,000 ncro votes in tho two territories and enough in Caddo county to let the wind out of tho ropubiuan campaign, tho republicans are ""doing some strenuous loving and lyitie to koop tho colore...

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. — 23 August 1907

- V. S. S. CLEVELAND .. . ?. ' v"--.. . ' r' k K i . ' . : 'Mi1- - r 1 d v- WT wWy- -y - . . ' "'d 1 " VWMWWMMMMAMMMMMMMMM1MMM THE BABY CROP IS SCANT WOMEN IN EVANSTON, ILL., HOW EVER, ArtE PLENTIFUL. Feminine Population of Fashionable Chicago Suburb Greatly Out numbers Masculine Figures of Recent Census. Chicago. Kvanston, north shoro city of wealth, prlilo and culture. Is Raining In fumlnlno population, Is los ing bur ninscullnu Inhabitants and Is confronted with raco suicide. This sltuntlon, regarded by sociolo gists as affording food far rollcctlon, was rovcalcd tho other day with tho completion of tho city's annual school census. Tho figure showed nn Increaso of 470 In tho feminine population, a do cronso of 42 In tbo number of mascu line Inhabitants and nn increaso of only Duven In tho uumbor under 21 years of ago. Tho census taker fonnd that raco WIRE li Mllf'S HEART A REMARKABLE OPERATION OF PHILADELPHIA PHYSICIANS. Negro Afflicted with Aneurism of tho Aorta Silver Thread Is...

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. — 23 August 1907

WLL 1MM& (MS QhrlsaftimT CWBOll 1 The Girl in the Gallery By Ex-Congrcsiman W. H. (Buck) Hinrichcn MMITIS? fmmm&mmm&mstisvs tim. PA i AW mmatitSmma&rfaartm'JltZmHmtuiMmmammiammmrmi in mwi - - i mi n ir n j 770 DW0 CtdUfrQZJC Mm&MWG Miff NQY W JCEMZ mat! 7t&XH7Xr tf ZCMUNDi PAG1MT t Pageantltls la prevalent In tho Brit ish Isles at the present time, and It would not bo ut all surprising If tho craze for tho brilliant shows, Illus trative of historic Incidents, would spread to this country. In fact among ' tho spectators of those spectacular celebrations Uioro are nono moro en thusiastic thnn tho American visitors to England, and they go away asking tho question: "Why should not Ameri ca havo Its historic pageants, too?" To bo sure, America's history does not 0 so far back as England's, but what thoro Is of It Is extromoly picturesque and by no means lacking In thrilling scenes. Thoro aro no urmor-clad nights concerned In It, but tho red skins In their war pain...

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. — 23 August 1907

The .Daily Democrat ( Dally, oxcept Sunday.) H. U. H&tNDON, Ei. nndll'ub. ilwtorcn at. the Anadarko, Okla., post- oflUo itH Bwondclnaa mail mutlpr. Jnn., 22. 1907. HtJIIMC-ttllTIONMlATHSI Uatlv. L currier. er weuk. 10c Dally, by mall, !or yoar, . . Wfokly, by mall, per year. . $3.00 $1.00 Saved at Last! Domoo'Mittc Oklahoma is look- inc forward to tho arrival Soo rotary' of i War Tuft tamorrow morning with plucici amueomont, oxpnoUtitf him to lull ua that it ie not noaeHHury for ub to Jiavo Statehood, that tho War Depart ment will go partnorB with tho Intoribr Department in taking caro of U.Y. It ie alsn oxpooted that ho will objuot to to tho oon Btitutibn, not any now objootion, but BOino of tho old ones tho Outhrio Statu Capital has beon wourying a. pationt world with; and that tho long lino of Ho publican ponguinn will quack them out to tho intelligent Re publioan farmers that voted for Detnooratio dalegatoa last fall. Tho votera of tho state, noi knowing that they want state...

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. — 24 August 1907

)?f Daily Democrat. 9s ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA AV6VST 24. 1907. VOL. 1. NO. JS3 MArirr nrMArDATC Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Uore nndOwen will not appear on theticketj nflN'T EftDftCT THIC NOflCb, i)LMUlKAlJ::JAvotefor Messrs Johnson, Taylor.C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isa vote lor democratic U. S.senators. j UUll 1 rUKUCl lillj The J X: r i 1 I $20 000 STORY BIG FAK Rev. Dinwiddle Sends Hot Epistlo to Capital No Campaign Fund Given Oklahoma City, Okla.Aug.23 Phd following was sent to the luthrio Capital today: Report Executive Officos Joint Jampaign Committee for State tfido Prohibition, E. C. Dinwid tie, chairman. Oklahoma City, )kla., Aug. 22. Editor, The Uato Capital, Guthrie, Okhi. Dear Sir: My attontion has leen oallod to an article in the Capital of yesterday and another no in the Capital of thia date, eiterating the former, to the iffoot that, as chairman of the irohibition campaign committee, ha J turned over S2P,000.praoti mlly all ...

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. — 24 August 1907

SERIAI STORY (Copjtlthl, 1W, UauLUiltJ, I'aet A Co.) CHAPTER IV. Continued. Tlicro wna a silence, nnd then I ficard nn Indescribable fluttering niHh thtit told ns plainly nn night could huvo done thnt ft woman had answered her licnrt's call. Looking up Involuntarily, I Raw a sight that for a long moment held my oyoa nH -If I had been fan clnated It was Hob bowed forward with his faco hlddun In IiIh hands nnd bcRldu him, on hor knees, Houlah Sands, hor arms about his neck, IiIh lioml drawn down to hor bosom. "Hob, Dob," sho snld chokingly, "I cannot stand It nny longer. My heart Is break Iiik for you. You wero so happy when 1 cmno Into your life, nnd the happi ness Is changed to mlsory and deapnlr, und nil for mo, n strangon At first I thought of nothing but father nnd how to uuvo him, but sluco thnt dny whou those men struck nt your honrt, I huvo been filled with, oh! such n longing to tell you, to tell you, Hob " "What? Houlah, what? For the love of Ood, don't stop; toll mo, Ilou l...

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. — 24 August 1907

f A? fIN THE PUBLIC E'TEisS ' THE RAKINQ 01' TH! GREEN. LEADING SOUTHERN DEMOCRAT t.jt- inw.rnrr -a f" " " Edward Ward Carmack, of Tonnessee, who 4j has como to the end of Ills term In tho United ceSRj4 ilKVv States senate, to which ho was elected In 1000, JiT'Sfc.SveSSV Is belnc urged bv his friends In hla homo stnto to run for govornor. And thoro nro thoso who would have him seek still grontor honors. In fact ho has beon frequently mentioned as a Democratic prosldontlnl possibility. Mr. Carmack Is of Scottish descent, though American for four generations, nearly six foot tall, straight, full chested, and of powerful grip, as boflttlng ono who has lived much out of doors. Left fathorless at an oarly ngo, young Car mack nevertheless determined to becomo a law yer. To that ond he went to tho celebrated Oul leoka school in Maury county. "But I liavo no monoy," ho said to Principal "Webb, "and I will havo to work to pay for my tuition. Ho paid for his tuition Boon after, being admitted...

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. — 24 August 1907

iiiMmM'Mi t'l ! I l T "K 1 0 i (fill IT j, ii ' ,tj Tr The Daily Democrat (Daily oxccpt Sunday.)! II. It. IIBUNOON.'Ed. nnd'Puli. Euiarudul. the' Anadarko, Okla.. poet oRloo iih Mcondclam malt matter, .Ian., 22. 1007. 0Art, HUHnull'riONSUATHMI Daily, L uurrior, por wook, . 10 Daily, by mail, por year, . .. $3.0 Wi'dkly. Iiy mall, por year. ..,$1.0 Tyro Bakor in a euro winner. Every day tnixken him atrdngety and there uro good rousons for it. Ho iu getting ncqttafnted. with tho peoplu, and to Uiiow Tyro Hakor ia to volo for "him. Thoro will bo no defalcations in iho sherift'n office next term. Vote for Ed WeBt for county Tsoaauror. Ho has no paBt to bo bashful about, and is novcr bo pleased aB when people aBk his neighbors about him. Ed West will got ovory Domooratio vote in tho county and tho voto of ovory Ilopublioan who votes for the man and not tho party. Qualifications for Legislator Aoaording to Iho Domoorat it suoma that tho qualifications for a successful legislator aro that ...

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. — 26 August 1907

The Daily o- mocrat VoL. l. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AUGUST 26, 1907. &M& No, J84 NATlfE nEMftPPAT---Votefora,I5 oi the supreme court judges. The names of Uore nndOwen will not appear on theticket, nAM'T rnnrm tuip NUIlbC, lClUULLvA 1 J a vote for Messrs Johnson, Taylor,C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isa vote for democratic U. S.senators. ""n 1 rUKubl THIS r De HASKELL T Democratic Chieftain Will Speak at Cement in Afternoon, and Drive to Anadarko. The visit of HaBkell to Ana darko tomorrow will be one of the big events of the campaign, unloss interfered with through inclemency of the weather, or other suoh gause. Haskell, the moBt talked of man in Oklahoma, has been in our county twice. Once boonuse his coming was not advortised and no one know it, but few people heard him speak. Another time, through unfortunate arrangements by the program committee at the Hin ton celeDration, Mr. Haakell was put upon the program at the end of a long, hot day of campaign orator, fo...

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. — 26 August 1907

TIRED DACK3. Tho kldnots havo a groat work ti do In kocnitg tho Mood puro. When they gat out of order It causes backache headaches, dlzzlnen languor nnd dlitroaii lnp urinary troubles. Keep tho kldnoys wol' nnd nil thoso surToi Ings will bo aavod you. Mrs. S.A. Mooro, proprietor of a ros taurant nt Water Mllo, Mo., says: "Do- foro using Ilonn's Kldnoy Tills I suf fered everything from kldnoy troublos for a year and a half. I had pnln lh tho back and head, nnd nlmost contln' tioua In tho loins nnd folt wonry all tho time. A few dotes of Bonn's Kid ney Tills brought groat rollof, nnd I kept on taking thorn until In n short tlmo I was cured. I think Doan's Kid ney Pills nro wondorful." For salo by nil dealors. CO cents n box. Koster-MIIburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Always In the Way. Itocontly a country doctor In the north of lrolnnd, a bncholor, who was locally noted for his brusquonos.i and Irascibility, was driving along a nor row lnno, or "boroon," wlion his pas eago was effectually bar...

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. — 26 August 1907

CELEBRATE ON 14TH M'KINLEY MONL 1NT FRENCH INDEPENDENCE ALSO IN JULY. DAY Ye Be Dedicated In Buffalo Sept. Former Residents Invited. 6. Annlvereary Not Heralded with Fir ing of Plstolo and C radio re as In America, But Rejoic ing Is General. Indopontlunce day In Franco Ib colobrated In tlio same month fervid Julyas In the Bister republic with whoso oarly struggles sho so cordially sympathised, hut on tho 14th Instead of tho 4th, says tho Cincinnati Hn cnilror. Rut no firing of pistols and banging of crackors arouses weary sleopcrs beforo dawn and niakos tho nlr heavy with tho fumos of powdor. Karly In tho morning, from all parts of tho country, trains fairly packod with excursionists for all tho railroads of for reduced prlcos bring crowds to throng tho streets of Paris, which Is adorned with flags for their reception. Every shop Is closed. Some of tho theaters give froo performances. The Httlo tables on tho sidewalks outsldo tho cafes aro crowdod with peoplo sip ping wine, beer, co...

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. — 26 August 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.)! H. R. HHRNDON, Ed. anclJI'ub. Entered at. tho Anadarko, Okla., j)ost oflice iir mcondclaM mallet mnttor. Jan., 22. 1007. MUHMCMUI'riONSUATHMI Dally, .j currier, per week, . 10c Dally, by mall, poryoar, $3.00 WooKly. by mall, por year, $1.00 ATtor (ill, wo will not be discounigcd on nccount of TifL'8 Hpooch against- Htutc hood. Garfield would i.n,v dono us much if he lmd been having presidential dreams. Now, come along Fairbanks and Forakor. Tho Idlest from our repub lican friondn is that Mr. Hnakoll is working for pro hibition. This was expected in viow of the fact that it Booms impossible for repub licans lo toll the truth in this campaign and have any issues left. Mr. Haskell, in in reply to a question, said that prohibition had been eliminated from tho cam paign, but believing the poo pie had a right to know the viows of cdiididates, ho ex pected in his capacity as a private citizen to vote for state-wide prohibition, and that ho did not...

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