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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 2 September 1907

t.. The Daily 9 SfoL. 1 r NOTICE, DEMOCRATS- NIZATION H&lcell and the Paople's CoiwtJ- tution the Way lo Iminud ialc Statehood. A vote for the uonetitution ja a vote for statehood, for'lho home, for the betterment of thu homo and happiness. A vote for Has koll menna tho same us ho ia lio supporter and defender of tho constitution. A vote for Frantz moans to hinder und delay otato hood and freedom and guidance of our own ship of Btate. It means tho fostering of and tho up building of the colored popu lation within our territory until the territory is overwhelmingly republican. It moans the dis tinction of this territory becom ing a white man's state, but .on the other hand means negro pro minence and domineoring forcing an equality with the white man, oausing exoessive taxes to main tain eoparato sohools. For in stance the law compels the board of county commissioners to build sohoolhousos and maintain separ ate sohools for the negro. A Bohool may be organized with ton children o...

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. — 2 September 1907

Anadarko Daily Democ 'OKLA. ANADAHKO, r Tramp.. ftn. of w "Trnnip" nnme. o iinall J0 Hl0U. nnd llttlo alnnora. A...Q,rnnl)9 nn(, un.la of vnRrants are f)l fc w,io rRcnPratM of the wor,, traj ,., deeds hnvo made he ,,,, rogon8 terror o women In, nm, , of tho l'rohnhly the rank, rtq Uq Wnn(ler. wilf.dly i.nonip , tQ in,0 Idr Willie. ,-dejroly nu 0xnMorntlon whose aln la i whcU ,B ,,, , , t. the ImlolenrmInblo ,.,,, who "", r,lp, ,tlon of 12 inontha n year Pnjoy n vacs nhln,,or0(1 ,, amI Havo hnd co f00(, n ft ,)roa)i gpm,r. 1 lenty or i y JJut ((o (y ,mg como us C0"'VinmipriiK Mike" iiuiat find Al'Pn Occupation than pleklnK the , !i of tho century plnnU. Hyatom- Jliiw "1...11.. 1 .i...i....i 1. . uuruy iiim ciiiiimuiuKy i" u"ui.- hush for lilm and Ida com- 'jlhTons, .rala qf nnd driving them Into tho civilization. At tho national "onforonco of chnrltloB and corroctlon Ujo cofmnlttuo on vngranta consider A: tho united duty of stnto, town nivl individual to exterminate the tramp nuisanc...

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. — 2 September 1907

? Ik TEN YEARS OF PAIN. Unable to Do Even Housework Be came of Kidney Troubles. Mrs. Margaret Emmerich, of Clin ton St., Napoleon, O., says: "For fifteen years I was a groat Bufferor from kidney trou bles. My baelt pained rao terribly. Every s te-. I""! or moo causou Wra 8 h a r p, shooting iS? pains. My oyoslgbt 'J' was J'oor' (Jnrk BI'ols v'viK-HNS' appeared ucroro me, '1)V and X lmd dlxzy speiis. r or ion years I could not do hjujowork, and for two years did not get out of tho house. Tho kidney secretions woro Irregular, and doctors woro not holplng mo. Doan's Kidnoy Pills brought me quick rollef, nnd finally cured mo. Thoy saved my life." Sold by all dcalors. 50 conts a box. Foster-MIlburn Co., UuiTnlo, N. Y. LEFT IT TO THE OLD HENS. Amateur Fancier Thought His Re. sponslblllty Had Ended. An Indiana man tolls of tho efforts of an author belonging to tho Ilooslcr school of historical novelists to put In his lclsuro tlino ns a "hen farm it" In that state. Tho literary per son's ve...

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. — 2 September 1907

The Daily Democrat HUimailllTION HATI1HI Onlfef, Lj onrrior. par weak, ' 10a tr, tty mnil, pr yenr, w.uu (tyttr excejrt Sunday.) H. B. ltERNDON, Bd. and Pub. Entered nt Un Ahadnrtw, Okl., pott- office w tccondclMB mail tetter. Jh., 22. 1907. t ,(' Hhould be cdnfi- dent that there1 should bp n new enabling act if .you re jected thin constitution, thai there probably would be nn organicaliiu of the organic ed territory until you eould pet ready forjoin Mtutehond, and then you could pass In with a constitution made up by persons who are not so patriotic and t not so full of the desire to exactly ascertain the will of the people." Extract from Taft's speech. The Importance of Registering Thy registration books will cloao on the evening of Soptembqr 7, ten days before tho election in accordance with tho jaw. They are op en in the city clerk's oflico every day. As the republican party, opposed Jo the constitution registers about three men to ono of ttho party of the con stitution' ,and se...

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. — 3 September 1907

The Daily Democrat. 7 VoL. i. ANADARKO, CADDO ColNTY. OKLAHOMA -SEPTEMBER 3, J9or. NO, 191 NOTICE, DEMOCRATS- t Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Gore andOwen will not nnn!- ti.nii, . " &m Johnson, Taylor.C.'c. Ah, and Frank Stephens isaX7o"d?lcraLlc U senators; DON'T FORGET THIS j ( A vote for Messrs . I IS FERGUSON A C0RRUPTI0N1ST? Question Raised by Affidavits Published in the Okla H ' homan. In the Sunday Oklahoman, there appear the affidavits of James Johnson, of Watonpa towuBhip, W. J. Thompson, J. "W. Bell, of Arapahoe township, E. M. Nowbourn of Dixon town shin, John Gerron, and A. C. WilliamB, all of Blaine County, tJ the effoot that they were in structed and paid by T. B. Fer guson to vote more than onoo on oaoh eleotion day in tho eleotions of 1804, 180Q and 1900, tho sohemo being to trael from a township polling: plaoe on to tho next and so on. We do not know how much consideration is duo the affidavits of eleotion re peaters, but it is an old ...

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. — 3 September 1907

OF TPSDB fcv ik I ma 111 l&sy V4II BwarirrasffiagBEHaaas; American Jockeys Abroad and Probable Incomes. l'rttb'iblc 3 Country Kuriilnw I Mnlier. Knglaml 60.HU) Wiin. Hhuw. (Ii't-nmny sn.ooo I. I .mil. Aiotrtft iw.min J mil ' I, (T, France JO.miO I i I.y Hngtaiul Miwn II l v In, v ilia J&.ow) hi t,- m inn, Hungary 16.000 i niu , (lermany I6.000 N I Diicr, ) i iin 16,01(1 I I. mm-h I i in. p 16,000 H-nry, 1 ii. . 16.000 Wntili ll't nil .i France iB.noo Kn lli .T li ii it M.000 II It'iimuli I i ini-e 10.000 I Kim in it Hi li 10,1100 I 1. i. ltiiiit.1 10,000 f V mil. Id, ItuaalM 10,000 II i ik-iirulli. Hungary 10,000 II HliiililK, Fram-n 6,000 J Mi Tumi. Aurtrla 6.000 M Intyrr. Franco 6.0M M Mi'm, Austria 6,000 J 'Wiliv. France 6,or 'l.iiinii.i, Auntrla 6,fT0 1 Turnrr. Hi'IrIiiiu 6,OM) It Uutby, Auntilu 6.W0 Tut il MIO.OOO New York. Thirty thousand oyos nro focuscul upon n platform built nt some elevation from tho ground and mipportcd liy posts tlint uro painted white A solitary...

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. — 3 September 1907

Plunge Into i' ' An Indian diving from a 50-foot tower Into a sacred tank at Delhi. An authority on Indian matters Informs us that It Is doubtful whether the In dlans who dive Into the tanks do so as part of a religious rite or not. He himself has never heard the diving described as part of any rite. He has lit tle doubt, however, that the divers havo to pay for the privilege of diving Into the tanks of the temples, and that some of their gains go Into the pockets of the priests. SNEEZE FAD GIRL ACCIDENTALLY STARTS NEW DIVERSION IN JERSEY. Was a Victim of Hay Fever Queer New Frolic at Summer Resort Guaranteed to Drive Away Blues. ' New York. There are all sorts of epidemics at summer colonies. There's the embroidery epidemic, tho crochet epidemic, both flourishing best In piazza surroundings. Then of mora ncttvo variety, thero Is tho epidemic of tennis, croquet, shumeboard, and oth ers nioro prevalent among tho "young folks" than with tho piazza coterie. Uut it was loft to tho colon...

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. — 3 September 1907

I V P it ;'. ., lull 33T :: the Daily Democrat ' f HVllMCIllIMlON UATKMt Daily, L carrier, per week, 10c Dilly, by mH, per year, -fv'92 Wrtckly, hy mall, per year. $1. g (Dally oxcopt Sunday.) II. It. HERNDON, E1. 'and Pub. Entered nl. tho?Anndarko, Okla., post- ofllco nfl pccondcuiBS mall matter. Jan., 22, 1907. '" I should bo confi dent tlitvt there Hhould bo n now enabling act if you re jected this constitution, tha. thoro probably would bo 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 arc not so patriotic and not so full of the desire to exactly ascertain the will of the people." Extract from Taft's speech. The Paramount Political Problem Wo aro in tho midBt ot indus trial oyolution. Tho manner in whioh oorpora-, lions Hhall horoaftor bo organized and tho latitude to bo givon to tho uoo of capital, is tho para mount political problem now bo foro tho Amorio.tn pooplo...

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. — 4 September 1907

r iv 'Z rin'ol SO icty The Daily Democrat. VOL. 1 ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY, 'OKLAHOMA SEPTEMBER 4, J907. NO, 192 MATirC nCMftfDATQ iVoteforalI5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Ciore andOwen will not appear on theticket ) haihh m ,... NOlltb, DbnlulKAl-JAvotefor Messrs Johnson, Taylor,C.C Fisher and Frank Stephens isa vote for democratic U. sSLnatoS; DON T FORGET THIS I BUILDING EPIDEMIC The Craze has Hit B Street Hard. Five New Brick Buildings. Arrangements have been defi , nitely made, or are making for the construction of a bunoh of briok buildingB, beginning with Duncan A Leonhard'a on the cor nor of 3 and Oth and running down to include the present Karl Prefer Stand. Mr. Preger ia al ready auctioning off hie stook In preparation to vacate until the new building ia in plaoe. Wm. F. Dietrioh ia to build the 50-ft. front two atory building for Duncan & ' Loonhard 100-foot deep, already deaoribed in the Democrat, and haa already de cided to make the 5000 feet of the seco...

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. — 4 September 1907

EMILY'S SUMMER FRIEND. She Was Ragged, But She Knew the Blrdt and Flowers and Trees. "If you arc renlly nnxlotiB to not na, it, mipnoio you R nlono to Spencer's, and we'll bo thuro In n few dns " Now tlinl her father had given this pet mission, ICnilly wai not alow In larkhiK her goods for thu trip, nml tin next day sho wnH on ''i way. Tin1 Spencers lived In I h"io vil liige on Hut sldo of (i inoiintnln nml they had Invited thu (InihaniH to ppend a vncntlon with tltum. Mr. nml Mrs arahnni lind yot to mnko nr numenienta liuforo departing, but Kmlly lind hardly known what to do with herself Hlnco Hchuol lind closed, ami was glnd of thu comont to go ut I 1ICP ArrlvhiK at tho llttlo itntlnn. Kmlly van met by Mr. Spencer In a light t airing, for thuro wan still Homo llttlo distance to km. Shu hail noon Ik 1 til often In tho city, mid " they i re well acquainted with one nu mber Just before thoy roacbtid the homo of the SponcurH thoy passed by nn old slioky-looking burn that seemed to bo ...

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. — 4 September 1907

LINK NOTED FAMILIES IRISH LAND MOVE, w ITH FLEET AWAY. r U. C. GRANT, THIRD, AND MISS ROOT TO WED. Engagement of Famous General's Grandson to Daughter of Secretary of State Is Announced at "Washington. Washington. Tho engagement of Limit. Ulyasoa S. Grant, engineer corps, U. S. A., nephew of MrB. Pot ter Palmer, of Chicago, now on duty nl Washington barracks, to Miss Edith Hunt, datightor of the secretary of stnto, has boon nnnouncod. Miss Hoot made her debut In New York sovernl seasons ago nndhas twice been a cabinet girl, nlthnugh uho wns oxtremoly young whon her father was secretary of war In Presi dent McKlnloy's second administra tion. Slio Is a gifted linguist, nn ac complished musician, and Is devoted to outdoor sports. She Is an export horsewoman, and her smart trap Is familiar In all tho uptown sections of Washington. Llout. Grant has sered as military aid at tho White House during tho last two seasons, acting with Cnpt. FlUhugh Leo, Ji., and Llout. Philip Shorldan. His fat...

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. — 4 September 1907

The Daily Democrat HUHHCKIITION ItXTKHl Daily, L'carrlcr, per week, Daily, by mull, per year, WoeKly. by mall, per year, (Daily except Sunday.) .10c $3.00 $1.8 II. K. HERNDON, Ed.Iand Pub. Entered at tlie'Anadarko, Okla., post- Ullice as nccuiiuciuan iiiuii matter. Jan., 22, 1007. The Importance of Registering i' i Tho registration books will close on iho ovoninjr of Septomber G, ton days before tile'1 election in accordance with.f;ho law. They are op on,jn..tho city clerk's oflice every day. As Mie republican party, opposed to the constitution registers about three men to ono of tho party of the con stitution and self-govern-inonfc.iti is about time for the democrats to wako up. Democrats, got out and register. Don't put it off, but take the time now to fix yourself so you can voto for statehood, tho greatest vote you will ever have a chance to cast within this tido of times. Tlie clerk is in his oflice until 0 o'clock every night. REGISTER NOW C, PtFohar, our prosent Coun ty Goroi...

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. — 5 September 1907

The Daily Democrat ANADARKO, CADDO ColNTY. OKLAHOMA SEPTEMBER 5, J 907. VOL. 1 NO, 193 NOTICE, DEMOCRATS- Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Gore andOwen will not appear on theticket, HAN'T EADftET THIC ) A vote for Messrs Johnson, Taylor,C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isavote for democratic U. S.senators. J "vW 1 lUKUCl llllJ CONTRACT LET New Building for Fair Depart- ment Store to Be Erect ed by January 1. a The contractor tho iFair Dena-tment Store big new building, the vacant r V AnnntannfAM fr I.WUO UUIIOHUlvtu V,.. 'Jpaoe between the present Fair 'Vl Store and the old Ford stand on ' tho oornor, wub lot to P. J. Mill er, Herman Goebel being tho arohitoot. Mr. Miller ia to have . the building ready for oooupanoy January 1, and MessrB. Nathan & DeFord expeot to bo doing business in their new home on February 1st, 1308. The New Fair Store ia to bo 100-ft doop, which is longer than the present building. It iB to have ateel coilinga aupported by ornamental...

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. — 5 September 1907

er-rr r Republican Campaign Literature Tho Republican County Committee is in receipt of n bunch of literature from fcho headquarters of Charlie JIuntor, Rough rider and ox Demoernt. among which are pamphlets as follows: "Tho Dost ruction of tho Iniativo and Roforondoin", showing liow tho Constitutional Con vention's amendment ruined it, and failing to quo to See rotary Tuft's speech whore ho said it is too far-reaching and drastic. "Amendments to the Constitution" sug gesting, among other things, elimination by amendment of the clause providing that foreign cor porations doing business in Oklahoma must submit to Oklahoma courts and forfeit their license if they seek ref uge in tho federal court is proof that Haskell is a cor poration man, and neglect ing to stnt? that Secretary Taftin his OKlahoma City speech and Attorney-General Bonaparte spcniving to thu Convontion's committee in Washington, Messrs. Moore, JInyes, and Led hot tor con demned such a cluuso and intimated that the Pre...

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. — 5 September 1907

LEE CR1ICE Democracy's Stainless Knight Delivered a Non-Parti san Address. Leo Cruoo, of Ardmore. spoke la9t night to GOO citizenB, reciov injr the utmost attention and fre quont applause. Mr. Cruce's speech was what may bo termed a vote-getter. It was non parti san in character, but wholly or statehood and tho constitution. Ho was introduced by County Chairman Boyle, and spoke for nearly an hour. There wore a number ol ladis present. Mr. 1-ruce spolrc in substance as fol i .ows : . Ladies and Gentlemen, friends We are come now to a discus sion of moasures; not of men. Wo sottlod tho question of raon at tho primary eleotion last Juno, and now in voting it only re mains for tho voter to remember that ho is voting for principles, for his honest views, and tho faith and hope that is in him. I wish to know if there are Re publicans presont. I will thank every one of you to hold up your hands. (Show of handB). Thank you, gentlemen; now 1 want to say to you that I am not boforo you in any...

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. — 5 September 1907

Broxton Items Miss Elsio Kittldon visitod Mis Rowuoii Bouno Sunday. Gua Borlin and Fred Fiplden viBitod at Onoy Monday. Uov. CoaloH preaoned nt Prai rio View Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wart' visited at Borlln's Sunday, Wnltor Sohoonovor attended Sunday school at Halo Sundaj , Mr. Goo i ii id visiting frleiidt and relatives at Billings and Ro( Hook. The bIiow at Fort Cobb wai not vory woll patronizod fron. this vioinity. Bon Fiohor from near Fori Cobb attended Sunday hoIiooI at Halo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sohoon ovor viaitod relatives in this hoo Hon Saturday and Sunday. Missoa Maud Massey and Edith Warnor and Frod Massoy visited at tho Fioldon homo Sun day aftornoon. Rov. Coatos will begin a rovi val mooting at Caoho next Sun day. Ho will bo assisted by Rov Buohtuun, of Wagoner. Whilo in Fort Cobb Saturday, Chas. Norton had tho misfortune to lo3e his pony. It booamo frightened and jumped into a pile of brioku, breaking a leg. It had tc ba shot. J. 15. Farrington wont to C...

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. — 6 September 1907

..The & Daily Democrat VoL. i. ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. -SEPTEMBER 6, 1907. NO, J 94 MATIfC nCMOrDAT i Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Gore andOwen will not appear on thcticket ) nnt rnnrr'H Tuio NOlllb, llDlllUlKAlJ JAvotefor Messrs Johnson, Taylor.C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens Isa vote for democratic U. S.senato?s. DON T FORGET 1HIS a r FERGUSON HERE. Speaks to a Vast Crowd Forty -Six Persons. of Thouipaon B. Ferguson, Re publican nomineo for CongreBS, attempted o have an onthusi- i ni.Mn mnhiino-hpro last nicnt, nnu i.,1.1 I.n.tu mtnnsxulnfl but fOT Nltw'o things, absonce of enthu siasm and laokof people, more ware 47 persons present, includ ing Farguson, and 15 of thi9 num. berwero negroes, who sat to gether on one side of tho house. Ono of tho Republicans prosont remarked with a laugh to tho Demoorat man as ho went out that tho mooting was "pretty dark " It was evident from the bogin nincr that the winay hero, who f, fought the railroads ...

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. — 6 September 1907

Robert Fulton , PennJivani6s. eniUcr, fry? crte&mGd hitf boed up tha nudcfon Augnjuit y, isoz. pracfioaJJy tha beinnin o modern cyteean noyife&tFon Philadelphia. Whllo Now Yorkers were Jubilating ovor tho centonnlnl or tho lilntorio Journoy of Hobert Kill :oii'h stonmbont Clormont, which mndo the trip from Now York city to Albany under lior own Htenm, on August 7, 1807, Pminsylvnnliuis hnvo n tnoro thiiii nrdlnnry interest In tho honors to bo paid to tlio Inventor, for ho was n son of this cmnnionwunltli, and It n hero that ho obtained Ills first Idenn of n method of propelling boats by tlio iibo of Btonm. In some quarters Fulton, rather In correctly, him boon laudud ns tho In ventor of tho steamboat. Ah has been woll said, nolthor tho steam onglno nor tho Btoambont wns, In tho strict senso of tho word, Invented. Fulton was not tho Inventor of tho steam boat, but nolthor ran any other person bo so characterized. Tho stonmboat wbr n good many years being Invented nnd there wc...

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. — 6 September 1907

WAYS OF THE SPENDTHRIFT. NEWE3Y IN NEW YORK HOTELS. INDIAN NOT A STOIC TAFT ON HIS VACATION A: '- r i ? CECRETARY PLAYS GOLF AND FISHES IN CANADA. Net Considered drcat Men by Boat man Justice Harlan and Ohloan Constantly Chaff Each Other en Links. Manolr Hlchelleu, I'olnto au Tic, Quebec. "Tho stout gentleman over there nddresics the ball with unusual vigor and onthusinsm," observed tho Canadian member of parliament, ' but," and hore he adjusted his c; e glasses, "If It was his Intention to land on the fifth green ho lias taken an easterly direction, while the green Is In the southwest. His oldcrly com lianlon seems to be making a better Jecoid over tho course." lly and by the stout gentleman nnd 1.1s elderly companion, each trailed by n little Canuck caddy, appeared on the broad verundn of the clubhouse, whero tho Canadian member of parlia ment had the pleasure of being for mally presented to William H Tnft, fcecretar) of war of tho United States of America, and to Justice Harlan, ...

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. — 6 September 1907

The bailv Democrat ' HUllHCItllMION UAI-KMI D'llly, 1 carrier, per week, . .10 D lily, by mull, r year, . . 3.0 W-ukly. liy "'. 1'or year $! a (Dally oxcopt Suntlny.) H. U. HKRNDON, Ed. and Pub. E iatp -' "'"' A''ar 0. Ok,r. post- OlliCO OS BCConuciftBB man uuuiur. oun 22. 1907. im ti lt I should be couli- (Tont Lliali tlioro nhould 1)0 n no.v nimbling uel if you re jected this constitution, thai, thoro probably would bo an organization of the organiz ed territory until you could get ready for joint. Htatehood, and then you could pass in with a constitution iii ad e 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 liucMip of tho saloons against self-go vornm e n t, while pro toy general, is by no means as complete as would bo supposed. Tlioro are men in Anndarko in the liquor business, and we wish more of thorn were so, who do not put tho continuance of their business under tills "prese...

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