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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 27 August 1907

ftv 0 The Daily mocrat. VoL. i. ANADAR.K0, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AUGUST 47. 1907. NO, J 85 NftTIPP nPMftfI?ATVotef()ra,I5 ofthe supreme court judges. The names of Gore ancJOwen will not anoear on thcHrkft t. n " MlllE, lnlUUlK A 1 3 j A vote for Messrs Johnson, TaylortC.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isavote for de.lcrat FORGET THIS De IN FULTON'S LOGIC WINS VOTES Candidate Closes Series of Sue cessful Meetings in Alfalfa County. Cherokee, Aug. 20. Hon. E. L Fulton has just closed a series of moat Buccesssul political meet ings in Alfalfa county, after epeaking at Aline, Byron, Drift wood, Cherokee and Lambert. Mr. Fulton was greeted by large audiences at overy pUco K,4 and his eloquent and oloar, forco- ful logio made many votes for himself and for other democratic candidates. He made a most ex cellent improssion here and the general beliof is that ho will head the ticket in this county. Republicans Use Unfair Tactics Agra, Okla., Aug. 26. C N. Haskell, democratic nominee for govern...

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. — 27 August 1907

HEALTH NOTESFOR AUGUST. 8HE BEAT HER RESCUER. i August la the month of internal catarrh. Iho mucous mem branes, especially of the bowels, are ery liable to congestion, causing summer complaint, and catarrh of the bowels and other Internal organs. Pe-ru-na Is an excellent remedy tor all these conditions. I VrTW I I Painting for Profit No one wHl question the superior appearance of well.palnted property. The question that the property-owner asks in "Is the appearance worth the cost?" Toor paint is for temporary appear once only. Paint made from Fure Linseed Oil and Pure White Lead Is for lasting appearance and for protection. It saves repairs and replacements cost. Inc many times the paint investment. The Dutch Boy trade mark Is fonnd only on kegs containing Pure White Lead matte by the Old Dutch Process. SEND FOR BOOK "A Talk on P.lnt." aire, valuable lafor tnatlon on the ralnt ubioct. Bent free All Und poe'ttd t upon reqtiMt. ln Ixar. lAla nark. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY fit vitKtvtrnfi...

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. — 27 August 1907

A TEMRIDLE EXPERIENCE.- How a Veteran1 Was 6aved theAmpU tatlori of- a! Limb. . , B. Frank Dorcmus, veteran, of Roosovolt Ave, Indianapolis, Ind., sayB: "1 hid Veen . showing symptoms of kldnpv troublo, ff rom tho tlmo i was mus tered out of thonrmyj but In all my l)fp I never Buffered as In ISM. Hcadaehos, diz ziness and sleepless Wss, first, arid then dropsy. I was. .weak and helpless, having run down from ISO to' 125 pounds. I was having terrible pain In tho kid neys, and tho secretions passed almost involuntarily. My left leg swelled un til It was 31 inches around, nnd tho doctor tapped .it rllght and morning until I could n6 longer stand It, and then ho advised1 amputation. I refused, and began using Boon's Kidney Pills. Tho swelling subsided gradually, tho urine becamo natural and all my pains and aches disappeared. I havo been well now for nlnd years slnco using Doan's Kidney rills." For salo by all dealers. 60 cent3 a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. HIS FOOT ON, THE ...

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. — 27 August 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dnlly oxcept Sunday.) ; :4 --,, ., II, IUHBKNDON, Kd. aniljl'uk Kntarwl at, tliOMuttlarko, Okla., poit ofllce .an HMomlclaw mail ' " mailer. Jan., 22. 1907. HUIIHCIIIITION HA'IHHI Dally, by carrier, par week, 10c Daily, by mall, per yoar, $3.00 Wockly.. by mail, por year, $1.00 !- f,,K I Hhould bo confi- deut.Uiiilitlioro should bo a now enabling act if .you Re jected Uuh roiiHtituiion, that tliore-pi'obably would be an organization of the organiz ed territory until you could get ready for joint statehood, nnd then you could pass in with- a' constitution made up by persons who are not so patriotic and not so full of the desire to exactly ascertain the will of the people." Extract from Taft's speech. plea is that it fits exactlj with the intercHta of those corporations that have loot ed Oklahoma of some $5'1, 000,000 in excess charges in the Inst seven years. But the fact that Tuft is playing into the hands of the rail ways ana me coai irusi, whose charges wore ch...

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. — 28 August 1907

? The Daily mocrat & VOL. 1. ANADAR.KO, CADDo ColNTY. OKLAHOMA AXJGVST 26. 1907. NO. 166 NftTIPG nPIVinfDAT lVotefora,I5 oi the supreme court judges. The names of (lore andOwcn will not appear on thetickct ) nnuiT mnrrrn ,, WUlllE, llKIUUUKA13"-JAvotefor Messrs Johnson, Taylor.C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isa vote for democratic U. sSenatoys; DON T FORGET THIS De HASKELL TO THE PEOPLE Democratic Candidate Gives Them the Straight Doc trine. C, N. Haskell, the Democrats oandidato for Governor, arrived in the city last evening on the west bound from Chiokasha. Ho had boon put out by bad railway oonnootiona bo that it was impos sible for him to bo in Cement, ae .arranged, and his plaoo was taken there by E. J. Giddinge.pf iOklahoma City, who mado a I rt;ui 0JUUUU. inn nauacii unmu directly from Oklahoma City, and was met at tho depot by a number of prominent oitizonB of the county. Mr. Haskell appoared on the speaker's Btand on the east sido of tho Court House at 8:30 p. m., and w...

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. — 28 August 1907

J w i m 11 -,... MASS certror; of IlLI Now York. According to tlio last census report on women at work In the T'nllod Slates, It linn boon learned that they number almost C.000,000, or to be very oxact, 1,833. C.tO. Suali, at least, were the figures at tlio time of tho collecting of the lattt census, In 1000, and In the ensu ing Haven year It li generally com puted (lint they hnvo Increased tliolr numbers fully 2,000,000. In the report ot the twelfth cen cue tho detailed classification of bread winners, with reiect to tho kind of work In which thoy wero en gaged, distinguishes 303 occupations. Wotunn are represented In nil hut nlno of these occupations. Naturally no women wero reported an United Stnloe soldlors, millers or mnrlnos; nor wore nny reported as membora jf tho tiro department or (ih car driv ers (though two woro reported ng mo tormen), or as tologrnph or tolophone llnomon, or ns apprentices or helpers to roofera or slaters, or aa liolperi to steam hollor makers. Hut the r...

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. — 28 August 1907

f m i j i .' - gjUDt Pig Qesj:;, S ft-rar - Hvar fes2S CA"a Huniii oin . RCRiri1& If you had linnrd of nn old world European city which was sufficiently tip to ditto to omplny dogB as po llccmon, and kopt vctorlnnry surgeons at headquarters to look after them, toguthor with special officers to train thorn by means of dtimtny burglars and pickpockets, you might woll bo surprised. Yot tills systom has boen In uho for years In the plcturosquo old city of Ghent, In Holglum; and bo successful have those four-legged of ilcdrs become thnt tho Idea of dog l)ollcomcn Is finding favor all ovor Holglum as well as In Franco, and In inoro than 1G0 German municipalities boBldes. Indeod, tho I'russinn mlnlstor of the Interior recently sent Ilerr Laufor, pollco commlsBtoncr at Schwolm, on a special mission to Ghent to Interview 31. E. Van Wesomael, pullco chlof ot that city, to whom bclongH tho credit of having boon the first to Initiate dog-pollcomoii lit Europe. I called upon 31. Van Wosomaol...

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. — 28 August 1907

LOCAL NOTES 4D (sGQG O. N. Haskell left thH morr irjr far Manguui. Boono Hito, of Ft. Cobb, oamo in on tho train last night. A. W. Koontz took tho train last night for Oklahoma City. Tho Uoylo family aro enjoying tho addition of a fine now front voranda. John Doolin of tho domoorallo fltato opnlral oommittoo was in town today. Mr. "and Mrs. V. J. Mason, of Ft. Cobb, woro in townyostorday doing buBinoso. Miaa JoaBio MoClaln has arriv od from HI Rono to visit Mies Theroaa Fraritz. FOR RENT: Somo offioe rooma in tho Mnnoy building. Inquiro of J. A. Dinklor. lgC Otd Miaa May Evana ofVerdonwhp lm8 boon omployod in our oity sohoole ib oxpooted to arrivo to day. Mra, Sarah A. Doan went to Ft. Cobb this morning, where aho will viBithor daughtor,'Mra. Alioo Miller. Mra. Julia. Boatty, who intond od making a bualnoaa trip to Lawtonyostorday, did notgo un til today. Mrs,.Pf.A; Board and ohildron and nojoo, Miaa Moblo Mills, ro turnod tliis morning from a visit to Norman. 8ombboHy'ti'bird..dog ...

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. — 29 August 1907

. The Daily J? ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AUGUST 29. 1907. VOL. 1. NO. 167 Imatit nrMArniTC Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Gore andOwen will not appear on thetickel, nflN'T EH MET THIC Nil 1 LLb9 i)biHULKAlj"Avotefor Messrs Johnson, Taylor,C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isa vote for democratic U. S.senators. UUPI 1 rUIUlDl llllj Democrat COMMISSIONERS PR0CEED1N0S The board of county commis sioners met this 13th day of Aug uet, 1007, at 1 o'clock p. m. Present C. C. Fisher, chairman; Clyde C. Leeoh and A. D. Canon, oounty commisuioners; also pres ont Fremont Boyle, county clerk. This being the day eet for hear ing the application of B. A. Hob .well for liquor license, town of Cement va J. D. DaviB et al re monatrators. The applioant ap pearing in poraon and by H. W. Morgan, hia attorney, theremon atratora appearing in person and by their attorneys, Ballinger & Liming. The remonetratora filed motion for continuance which waa by the board granted, to...

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. — 29 August 1907

I NO. W UALI 4p W fin, af rt-c-f J w, 2 ""j y UTTHBWlRnfeK vi. r AS V3 TO nrur VFOR IT tfH rStv. It v! ! 1TH TOIJ!) TAX COLlKTOtf How Governor Him Cooper, quiet and un assuming, goes on Mie oven tenor of his way, steadily getting votes. Hen was a surpriso to his frioa.ls in the primary, winning over vet oran campaigners, lie is nob much in the lime light; there isnothing of the no- torioty courier about Hen.' But for all that, ho is a I Bteady and oflieiont worker, und grows all tho time in tho estimation of tho Caddo i county voter. Watch him win. Who would tho voters of Caddo county rather have for clork of the district court Clyde Leech, a business man and a farmer in the county sinco tho opening, a man of high reputation with n record for efficient sorvieo to the county, or a chronic salary-getter under this ear-pot-bag regime and a con spicuous patron of the bucket-shops of Anadarko? Caddo county has had ono defalcation oi a republican official through his playing the count' mo...

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. — 29 August 1907

J. ' i J HASKELL TO THE PEOPLE Democratic Candidate Gives Them the Straight Doc trine. C. N. Haskell, tho Demoorntio candidate for Governor, arrived in tho city last evening on tho wost bound from Chiokasha. Ho had been put out by bad railway connections so that it was impos sible for him to bo in Cement, ae arraneed. and hia plaoe was taken thero by E. J. Giddings.of Oklahoma City, who made a groat speooh. Mr. Haskell came direotly from Oklahoma City, and was mot at tho depot by a number of prominent oitizens of tho county. Mr. Haskell appeared on tho speaker's stand on tho eaBt Bide of tho Court House at 8:30 p. m., and was introduced by County Chairman Boyle. Ho began to speak at 8:31 o'olock and loft offat 10:54. Tho crowd number ed 500 at the beginning, and was inoroased by thoso)constantly ar riving to 800 or 1000. He was listened to with tho utmost atten tion, and drew frequent cheers. Mr. Haskell spoke in Bubstance as follows: Tho presence of those ladies in this audience iB...

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. — 29 August 1907

, i aiuml(i bo confi dent Unit there should he t now enabling net if .yon re jected t.hiH constitution, that, there probably would be an organization of the organiz ed territory until you could got ready for joint .statehood, and then you could pass in with a constitution made up by persons who are not so patriotic and not so full of the desire to exactly ascertain the will of the people." Extract from Taft's speech. The above language, quo ted from the speech of Secre tary Tuft, is one of the most amazing indiscretions that wo have over met with in words. To begin v.ith, Tuft would not, could not say uny thing thut is not in uccord with Roosevelt and his policies, us Itoosevelt's abilities us a lightning ehungo artist as regards the members of his cabinet are well known by ninny ex-secroturies, from Emory Smith down to Hitchcock and Bonaparte. Therefore, Tuft has not forth tho uttitudoof the President, and voices him. The Pres ident is therefore opposed to tho constitution, ul thou...

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. — 30 August 1907

The Daily Democrat. V Vol. i. ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AVGVST 30, 1907. NO. 168 NOTICE, DEMOCRATS- I Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of (lore andOwen will not annear on thetirkft ) iitw rrrw. .. J A vote for Messrs Johnson, Taylor.C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isavote for democratic U. S.senators Vm 1 rUKUBl lHIj A MESSAGE FROM TEXAS Congressman O. W. Gillespie, Assisted by Rollin Gish, Ad. dressed the People. Hon. O. W. Gillespie, of Texas, apoko last night to the voters on the subjeot of local self-government. He waB preoeded by Mr. Rollin Oish, formerly of Anadar- ko, and both were introduced by Hon. C. V. Liming. Mr. Qisb, roforred to the ad dress of Secretary Taft, saying that as he had but recently re turned from the Philippines where he had the habit of telling ignor ant barbarians how to do, and on his return to thiB country come down to Oklahoma where, he thought, ho oould find a suitable field for a continuation of this polioy. Mr. Taft'a lea...

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. — 30 August 1907

swin MOST SEA UMted States Torpedo Boat!: Desftiroyeirs to Contest ffon GhmnpkmsMp Now York. It waa n gruelling race win u nix 30 knot torpedo-bout destroy us iM'onily made the 210-inlIe dash at m.i fioiii (i IT thla city to tho mouth of the Chesapeake buy. The lighten for Miiai-uiacy were sisters, built In the t urn' year long, low, olive-colored cuifi. four funnels raking aft. the I i.m i of 8,000 horsea In each hull and rr, iiii-n working each. It was tho HniftiKt and longest competition of war craft on tiny aena. Tin' fleet mid thulr dimensions fol low Dl(lac- Hitrw- HiwmI, nmnt. Miur ItiKnotH Wnr.l, n 4U H0O 29. as Wluppl.- 4B 8K0 38 21 TniMuu 413 WO .M iiuii m jrauo e oi llopUns 408 7M 29.02 Htiwuit 4) fn) TJ.W The rnco waa to try out tho scor pions of tho navy undur wnr-tlnio con ditloiiM It lasted n day nnd n night. A hitherto undefeated winner camo to grief, and another craft, on which tho bluejackets hot thulr money, nonrly fouuderud. Two othurs also had mis haps Locked In...

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. — 30 August 1907

ill STORY 3l JB fir t SalkL H I FRIDAY I THE tW I Pivi Pi fly w ft A Novel hy ft THOMAS W.LAWSOH 1 H Author of fJK "Frenzied Finance." j ICoprlgM, 1M7, Doubled. l'g A Co.) CHAPTER IV. Continued. "I ngreo with yon, Ike. If I had tho steering of this killing. I don't think I would tnko any chanco of tomptlng thorn to dump and grnb tho profits by carrying It much over 200. Hut you enn't toll what 'Cam' and thoso four eyed dentists at 2G llroadway will do." "Yos, put dor Iss anudder ting, Cho, dat makos mo sit up unt pllnk nbout her goln' ofor two hundred. To morrow's Friday dcr t'lrtoonth." "Of course, Iko, that Is something to bo reckoned with, and every man on tho lloor and In tho street as well lias his oyo on It. Friday, tho 13th, would break tho best bull market over under way. You and I know that, Ike, and tho dope shows It, too, but you have got to stack this up against It on this trip: No man on tho floor knows what Friday, tho 13th, means better than Harry Corrant. Ho has work...

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. — 30 August 1907

W . , 4 K u ' r vH ' -mm 'l - H,.. n i .. LW .-The Daily 'Democrat ,tfir ' (Dailjr except Sunday.) lt-Al. UMIKRNDON, EU. ana ruo. ' .Entered at lho"Anadarko, Okla.. post offlce as BCC0ndclasa,nfll. ;,ytlt''",',v'mttcr. Jan., 22, 19p7, HOIIHOKIITION HA.TKHJ. Uttlly, b,crricr, por week, 10c "Dally, 'by mall, per year,.. ,.13100 Weekly, by mull, per year, .....,, .. 41. 8 e t '.' "Tr I should bo, i,confl- ;l d(jn: that there should bo a ,ncw enabling Act if yptfttf JG9t;qU itliis constitution, that ;thppe. probably would bo an qrauiaation of the organiz ed, .territory until you could cot ready Tor joint statehoq.d, and then you could pass in with a constitution made up by persons who are not so patriotic and not so full of the desire to exactly ascertain the will of the people." Extract from Taft's speech. Roosovelfc sent 'Koot into tho Now York campaign last year .to help tho Republican tickob and with but a dingle ; exception tho whole Dmio , cranio ticket was easily elect , ,cd. Now...

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. — 31 August 1907

A" c-' v.- The Daily Democrat ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA AV6VST 31. 1907. VOL. 1 No. 169 MATirC nCMnrDT-s-iVoteforan5 othe supreme court judges. The names of Gore andOwen will not appear on thetlcketJ T(UT CAnrCT THIC NO 1 lit, DbiUUUyUj-s-JAvotefor Messrs Johnson, Taylor.C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens Isa vote for democratic U. S.senatorsJ MUfti rUKllbl llIIS COMMERCIAL CLUB' MEETS Havo a Short but Interesting Meeting. The Jobber's rate and Cotton Market. Tho commercial club mot last night at tho oity hall, President Joo Smith in tho chair. Aftor transacting tho routine businesa, tho club oame to a consideration of the county high Bohool. Tho report showed that loss than a thousand petitioners havo been been senurod so far, and that Mr. Spivoy, one of tho members, hu8 moved away, making a vacancy on tho committee. Mr. Teis was named to fill tho vaoanoy, and the committee instructed to get a movo on. Mr. Beall, of tho firm of Smith &, Boall then informed the club that ho h...

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. — 31 August 1907

m THE PUBLIC EYEM AUTHOR OF DRAGO DOCTRINE gooned by to the American ftovernmerl: V f rtr St ' "The public maintains, and which It would with groat satisfaction see adopted In view of the oventa In Veuuzuola, la the principle that there can be no more territorial expansion In America on the part of Utirope. nor any opjireaslon of the people of tills continent because nn unfortunate financial situation may compel some one of thoin to nmtponu the fuintliunut of Its promises. In n word, the principle which she would like to see recognised Is that the pub lic di tit cannot occasion armed Intervention nr even the actual occupation of tli lenltory of American nations by a Ku ropes n power. I'laiilcally all of the Central American republics are debtor nations, and lcni 'icy 1b needed with these smaller countries, hr tlfeir resources are .limited Tlila Is known by the creditors In foreign countries when they per mit these nations to run Into debt to them; therefore If ci editors would re co...

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. — 31 August 1907

j V V ' v 1 I w-w!i5wars ' ' SKSW WL cm ' jt av f -"'lA iw mr0s Fashion in tills year of graco de mands thnt our hats and our hnlr shall fcooin on tlio closest torms of Intimacy I might, Indeed, say ot affection. The hat ombracos tho hair as though passionately attached to it, and tho general effect Is wondorfully attrac tive. Whllo on tho subject of mil linery I must not negloct to speak of tho new and ospeclally charming Idea of mixing white and black laces on hat' crowns. At a recent musical reception I saw a beautiful woman woarlng n Tuscan clocho which boast ed Ogull crown of Ivory point d'osprlt Inset with motifs of black Maltese lace. Tlicso motifs woro circular and of extremely delicate design, and tho laco crown was mounted on sllvor tulle: On tho loft sldo of tho hat thoro woro several branches of vivid scarlet japonlca. Hut now that summor Is coming to Its full splendbr wo nro giving tho largo clocho hat n wcll-dofterved rest and nro turning our appreciative) at tention 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. — 31 August 1907

The Daily Democrat u ' i should be confi- dpnt t'ltdk there hIiouUI bo a new' enabling act if you re jected this constitution, thai there probably would be an organization of the organiz ed territory until you could get ready for joint statehood, and then you could pass in with a constitution made up by persons who arc not so patriotic and not so, full of the desire to exactly ascertain the will of the people." Extract from T;af t's speech. WHO IS THE FARMERS' FRIEND? Is it'the merchant that virtually quits his busi ness for the purpose of be coming a street politician to see If he can talk fir. Farmer Into voting again st the constitution? In March, 1889 Yesterday while wo wore reading in the- Tribune what a liar and vilifler wo are for directihga little lime light upon the halo of sanctity that rests upon the gray hairs of 1), I). Ifong, wo no ticed a speech of Judge F. E. Gillette' delivered in March, 1889. ' Wo di.In't road it all for March", 1880, was a long time ago) about the...

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