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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 7 September 1907

The Daily Democrat. Vol. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. .SEPTEMBER, 7. 1907. NO, 195 i NOTICE, DEMOCRATS- I Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Oore andOwen will not appear on theticket ) nfUTT CAnrrT Tuio jAvotefor Messrs Johnson, Taylor.C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isa vote for democratic U. S.seuators'l ""N A lUKUUl llllj A 'i '1 ' V REGISTRATION CLOSES At Nine O'clock Last Night the Last Vote for Statehood Registers. The oity olork has been unus ually busy for the last 30 days, for in addition to hie regular duties, he has had to registor the heaviest voto in thB history of tho oity. There wore 001 voters registered, the beBt yet. Last April, in tho oity oleotion, thero 578 male voters and 57 female votors to register; thia time no women have registered. Thero were two or three who failed to got their names in. Mr. Findley, ex-superintendent of tho oity schools, doublo timed from tho depot up to tho city clerk's offioe last evening about supper time ...

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. — 7 September 1907

A SMPLE REMEDY 8CH00LS AND CHURCHES. NEW A ? v w P &fl Via Dm U SCmmiBiiA 1T Cfl 3- (l) P"Pfl ipr , I Il I IJr Wi I' A Vrrr tittJ(4 yfm. ami m&MmhVH i NjjrMycyx' m esss wj?sr EMIEhJOk aritojTi&L. Howavcr much tlio world may bo in doubt an to the future develop UiniH In Korea there In 0110 point on which it nmy rout confidant, nnd that in that Japnu will domlnntu nnd llrtct all thQ affairs of the kingdom. This the Jupnnoflo lire frnnk to ml mlt, even to the Koreans thuniBolveB, for Marquis Ito, resident Konernl at Seoul, snhl recently In nn nddross: ' Von may tnlk all ou ploiiBO nliout the Independenco of Korea, hut no country cnn he mado Inilopondent hy othui If It cannut stnnd nlono. Onu who wants Indopotidonco inust loiirn how to got it " And It may ho snfoly Inferred that Japan In hor control of the kingdom will tnko Rood caro that the- Koicanu do not loam this les son Tlu re Is renson for rogrot that clr eunistances havo arisen hy which Korea has not boon permitted t...

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. — 7 September 1907

' 1 Qood -'JokeS I A WET TORPEDO I " Bv CHESTER BARNETT 2 Sure to Make a Hit. E a taaSasraaiKwBfcfl IT WAS TOO SHORT NOTICE. "Old Undo Jed" wob bo fond of his coppors an to have acquired the repu tation In Mlllvlllo of bolng a "Icotlo nigh," hut ho wns also fond of croa turo comforts. Somohow It taxed hla Ingenuity to reconcile thoso conflicting Juntos. The citizens of Mlllvlllo wore much addicted to onturtalnmonts of a so cial nml odlblo nature called "subscrip tion partlos," and Undo Jed was al most invnrlnhly one of tho pnrtlcl patits. lie sacrificed his desire for economy, howevor, by fasting for a ceitnln length of time beforehand. On ono occasion n party was hnstlly nrrnnged In honor of n transient guest of tho town, und Undo Jed was In formed of tho nffalr on tho forenoon of tho very day on which tho enter tainment was glvon. "No, no!" said tho old man emphnt 'cnlly. "I should havo been happy to vo If jou'd gin mo moro notice. You gln'ially chargo about four times what It's w...

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. — 7 September 1907

The Dailv Democrat HUUHCItll'J'ION HATIWI Daltv, .j cnrrlor, por week, Dally, by innll, per year, Weekly, ly tniilf, r year. ( Dally except Sunday.) 10c 3.00 1.8 H. U. HEIINDON, Ed.ronJjI'ub. -f )- B it'"" '" tho'Ani 'ar -o, Okln.. post offico pa nccondcidsfl mall ' ' mnttip. .Inn ''09. 1007. tnuttur. Jua ' 22. 1007. tew Hhould bo couli- dtiii filial; Thero Hhould bo n now dfiabjihg act if .you re jected this conBtilulion, tluu thoro probably would bo an organizalh'ii of tho organiz ed territory until you could got ready for joint Htatehood, 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. The Fabrics, the careful manner of making (inii'Je and out), the gentility of atyle and all otter points of construction In "Viking" and "Viking System" Clothes find Instant favor with those who' are looking for tyle and aervice.' "Viking" brands are ma...

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. — 9 September 1907

The Daily rnocrat o- VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA SEPTEMBER 9. 1907. NO, 136 MATirC nKMftfDATQ Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Gore andOwen will not appear on theticket, nfUPT EnnrrT 'vuto NUllUb, UblllUlKAlDJAvotefor Messrs Johnson, Taylor,C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isa vote for democratic U. senators ""N 1 FORGET IHIS ' v i : .. WEST SKINS ROBNETT Before 1500 People the Little Democrat Asks the Champ ion Republican Debater to Eat the Constitution. Election Returns AT KAISER'S BAR. Chas. West. Doruocratic can- didato for Attorney-General, and Thomas N. Robnett, Republican candidate for Secretary of State, mixed it up in a joint debate horo Saturday night in a way to interest highly a crowd estimat ed to consist of 1500 persons. Chairman Boyle was ohallengod by the Republican managers to make the coming of these two men, billed for the same evening the ocoasion of a joint debate. Mr. Boyle had no authority to do this, and being unable to get ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 9 September 1907

Tho President Recent photograph of Theodore Roosevelt taken at his summer home at Oyster Day, Long Island. A MOUNTAIN OF SILVER AMERICAN MAKES FIND IN CHINA DUT CAN'T DIG. Is Prevented by Ancestor Worship Will Ask Undo Sam for Protec tion Against Crafting Mandarins. Snn Frnnqlsco. Aftor watching pa tiently n sllvor inoiintnlii for 30 years, unnblo nil that thno to stick u pick into It, for fear of arousing tho prudn tory InstlnctH of China's grafting ninn Inrina, J. II. WrlKht, shipbuilder, of Shanghai, Rohllor of forttuio, mid, ho hopes, millionaire, In tho Hwoot by and by, has como to Aiuurlca to In- MARS IS NOT INHADITED. California Astronomer Says Life Could Not Exist on the Planet. nerkoley, Cal. Mars Is not Inhab ited by man, according to Professor .Simon Newcomb, nstronomor of tho Vnlted Stntos Naval observatory. Ho Is special lecturer at tho summer bos slon nt tho university. Aftor tolling of obSorvntlons mntlo by Lowell nnd other scientists, Piof. Now comb brought up tho mu...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 9 September 1907

V! ' A mew MBFENmEMM fffr Air " ""asfefeg- It t '7S M II -fer-- ' iTCTV gi-xSl Aff EXCELLENT JTART Columbia rypeorsw dcfender I MiiinmMlJiiTgl'.'i!i - '' -TT.l'-.'.n.W! I . I 1. 11 Thnt nnothcr struggle for tlio i Ainorlca's aui) will come next yonr Ib now tacitly admitted by tlio Now York Yuclit club, tlio custodians of tlio trophy, nml It is further conceded Umt this coming battle will bring about the moat Important chnngo In the con struction of ovor-sea challengers and liomc defenders thnt tlio yachting world has aeon slnco the Ilu-kocl type replaced the skimming dish. Mr. Irving Cox, the well-known do elgnor, neatly Hummed up the sttuu tlon. "It is recognized," ho said, "thnt a raco Ik to be held next year. It Is also recognized thnt It must be sailed uudor the new rules of tlio Now York Yacht olub. This brings Amorlca's Cup affairs back to the tlmo when tho English, challenging with the Genoa ta, were defeated by the Puritan. That was In 1885. Year by year there has bcon dovel...

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

The Daily Democrat H;iiMCiiiiriON hatici U.lly, Ij carrier, pr week, Dully, by mnll, ter year, . W'okly. by iiiiUl, per year. ( Dully except Sunday.) 10c $3.00 $1.8 U. K. 1IEKNDON, ISd. and Pub. ntcrednt tlw"Anmlarco, Okln., posl olBce uh hucoimIcIhm innll matter. Jan ' 22. 1W7. nijrhl., Robnctt Misstates, iii his speech uturdny Tom Hobuut'l made a . c t i lvproseu union 01 a Historic al fact- to liiH audionce that h practically t misstate ment, -Whore lie aaid that but one ?late lias over been admitted by Democrats wince Lincoln's day. It is possible, even probable, that Mr. Hobbnett did not know that the Democratic Congress of 1888-!1 pussed the enabling- acts that per mitted the ndmission of the states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Washington, which acts were signed by President Cleveland on Foby. 22, LS89. These acts were accepted and constitutions ratified on July l, following- and the proclamation signed by President Harrison. The issuance of the proclama tion was...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 10 September 1907

eV,1 y fi The Daily Democrat. w .v VoL. l ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, SEPTEMBER. JO. 1907. NO, 197 NOTICE, DEMOCRATS- . I Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Gore andOwen will not appear oh thetick-et ) nnm pnnprm ,... 1 A vote for Messrs Johnson, Taylor,C.C. Fisher and Prank Stephens isa vote for democrnU FORGET THIS U r WEST SKINS ROBNETT Before 1500 People the Little Democrat Asks the Champ ion Republican Debater to Eat the Constitution. (Cont. from yoatorday'a Daily.) The Ropublioana have got ou a pamphlot entitled "The Neco8 sity of Reduction of RateB" to be uaod in this oainptiign. It states that immediately upon Crod wolFs entering upon the office of Attorney General a campaign was begun against the railroads. Cromwell was a Frisco attorney before his appointment, and up on his alleged inauguration of his oampaign. he was traveling upon a pass. He beoamo Attor ney General in January 1900, and 'attacked" the railways in August, 1006. In May, he oame ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 10 September 1907

SCRIPTURES IN TRANSLATIONS No Labor or Peril Too Great for Those Engaged in Sowing the Bible. From China to Peru an Army of Trained Explorers Are Needed to Reach the Readers of the NationsMany a Romance Might Be Written on the Work of Circulating the World's "Best Sellor." II ION A In Mill It IS (lid Itllilo Unit Ih tlm world's host selling J)ook" mill HjMfJ that liy . tromeudi (J" Bin. It InkcK it Jg dotmly miccumifiil lotm mnr- tremen dously Hiicctmsful novel to noil '10,0(1(1 or 50,000 copluii In M n your, wlierons thin reconl easily bontou by Iho Hlblo In i nliiRlo day the worlil ovur! Last yo.ir 1(1,000,000 copies, translated In ixt a. vast lialiol of imarly 500 tongues, vtofo Hcattorod broadcast over tho inrth Tho American mill llrtllsh Hllilo so cieties Icil t'ho way with nearly 9,000, 000 between them. It Ib hard to ruullzo tho magnitude of YiiBt ft work. lohn WllllmiiH wjih 20 lout; years tinong tint savages of Tahiti In tho Pn Iflo before hu coulil iiroiluco ovon tho Now T...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 10 September 1907

: M f JP5M- l7,f DOMG. -SOME-JSTRAMGZLPLRSPt-CTlUrLS SLLN TMaOU&H THL .SMALL LND Or THL dLASS - WITH A CHLRtW AT THL BOTTOM Dr.scn.orji Bv HLLLNA MITH-DAVTON ncTunt-D v ANaiL Btt-AK5FELAR. D, Kobart Lingillet-Representing a Door-knob Firm "What's your lino?" asked D. Ho- i hart Llnglllet of the only other occu liant of tho smoker. Mr. Llnglllet wna sorry for a man who preferred "tak ing from" and "adding to" In a noto hook to being ontortalncd by such n general favorlto In society as hlniBelf. I). Hobart was a "regular case" when ho got started. It looked promising vhr tho othor man closed his hook with a flown. Mr. Llnglllet was ready with a cigar. "No, thanks." declined tho man. "I hellovo you asfced mo what my lino Is? Why. I'm with the" "Mine's door-knobs," Interrupted J). Hobart. "L. G. Turner & Co. Flno peoplo to bo with treat you white I'vo been with om now going on two years, and I couldn't ask for bettor treatment. Had lota of chances to go with other concerns, but ...

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

I Mfna Mvrl 12(1 !n loft this morn -The Daily Democrat HUllHCHII'ilON HA-TllMt Daily, L carrier, per week, Daily, by mail, per year, TWakly. by mail, por yonr. (Dally except Sunday.)H 10c moo $1.3 H. R.IIKRNDON, Kd. andjl'ub. itrc(lal. Uio"Anailarco, Okla., post ellicc as BCCondclnTnall GOVERNOR PRANTZ: A Farmer Voter would like to know: i Are you going to vote for the constitution? 2 Do you believe the government provided by the constitution is repub lican in form? 3 How are you going to vote on the prohibition question? 4 If the constitution cai ries and you are elect ed, will you enforce the constitution? . LOCAL ITEMS The Tribuneun the Campaign Tho Aimdiu'kti' 'Tribune luiB had a good' dual to my about cluati inch In olllci' in times past; thd ttonidorul'lc city officiate cafi recall some moralizing tha't was )vbu culary uncttiuUB and virtu ous, and not very compli mentary 'to them- Now the Tribune, after givine: opt, tlmt.O. C. FiBhur voted for a division of- .Caddo county last...

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. — 11 September 1907

The Daily Democrat VoL. l ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, .SEPTEMBER. , 190. NO, 198 MATirtJ UCMATDATC S Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Gore andOvven will not nnnpnr nn ti,fj,-L-f 1 nn.m NOTICE, DfcftlULK A 1 b ) A vote for Messrs Johnson, Taylor,C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isavote for democra DON T FORGET THIS ll. it s FRANTZ BLOW OUT County Committee gets lota of Wind, 4 bands and Si Reed to fill up the time. Last night the record breaking orowd of the aeaaon oame cut to nee Frank Frantz, tho ex-uerao-etat, and tho occasion was . Helped out by the Apaohe, Car negie, Hinton, and Anadarko bands. Judgo P. E. Gillette noted as muster of ceremonies, jfl presenting tho speakers. 10 ' thoBo who were thoughtful list eners, it was evidont'.hat Gillotte was the only speaker whoso re marks merited consideration, and ho, unfortunatoly, bpoko only a few moments. After a band con oert, the home male quartette rendered "Drink to mo only with thine eyes," and Mr. Re...

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. — 11 September 1907

MAlNTYM&KS. f' It 'l pit II ' , a , s 4 I r I ' HWl '' A'Z&wMv JiJt ' The flrtt frock displayed is suited to expression either In linen, pique lor alpaca, while the bands could be appropriately chosen of cotton braid, fanciful galon, or glace silk, and the vest should be of one of those cre tonnes with blurred blossoms upon their surface, which fashion favors con spicuously lately. The mushroom hat Is of violet straw with a violet silk bow at the left side and a bunch of violet panties at the right. The other sketch shows a frock of striped pique with trimmings of cotton cords and a vest and under alecves of embroidered lawn. AN moro distinct IVO possibilities of tlio coat iiml aklrt ns adapted to tlio illfTuiIng lequlro luontH of tlio "HWOOt ho von toon" Ingenue. '" imagined t li a n I hut which i Iteiowith sketched for ou? Tlio cos lumn In of biscuit colored t w o o d faintly chocked, iiml Introducing nunc tlio horn of tlio tilinlyhnng Ing wnlMng Hklrt n liniul m' palo blu...

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. — 11 September 1907

. ' 1! 1 hL iiE.t lime WP MVWVSMAMUWWVAlW- HOW TO MAKE AN AMMETER. Instrument Which the Amateur Elec trician Will Want. Every amateur mechanic who per forum electrical experiments will llnil liso for an ammeter and for the lieno llt of those who wish to construct Hitch :in Instrument the following descrip tion la given: The operative princi ple of this instrument is the same us that of a' gnlvanomotor, oxcopt thnt its working position In not confined to tho magnetic meridian. ThlH Is ac complished by making tho needle re volve In a vertical Instead of a hori zontal plane. The only adjustment necessary Is that of leveling, which 1b accomplished by turning the fy, :K PSW Hg. 4 v 'K- Complete Ammeter thumb screw shown at A, Klg. 1, until the hand points to 0 on tho scale. Klrat make a support, Klg. 2, by bending n piece of sheet brass to tho shnpo Indicated and tapping for tho screws, C. C. These should have hallow ends, as shown, for the purpose of receiving tho pivoted axlo which iiu...

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. — 11 September 1907

TJie Democrat regrolH tluii'aHUitn)ont was crowd ed out or yesterday'8 issue that tho iiudidnK commit tee's report on Marvin I ins- tow was made at the ex piration of his term in 190?i, and that Mr. Vaughn ud nothing to do with its pub lication in the DBinocritf;. Thednto of tlm report would have been given lint it was undated. The City Schools Tha oily BohoolB oponod raoet nusploiouely Monday under the now superintendent, Prof. J. B. Sandore. Now nnd pormanont blookboarda have boon plaood in all tho rooms of the brlok, Uiub greatly facilitating tho work for both pupils and toaohors. Tho arrangoinonte of th) Boats in all tho rooms has boon changed, bo that thoy now faoo tho hall door. Tho high sohool course haB boon groatly improved and a number of now brandies, solid goomotry, botany, rhotorio, a sooond yoar of history and oivics added. 15 units are requirod for collogo ontranoo, whilo tho pres ent high aohool ourrioulum oom prisos 10 units. It ombraoos 4 yoara of Latin, 3 yoaru of...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 12 September 1907

h The Daily niocr ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, .SEPTEMBER. J 2. 1907. VoL. 1. No. 199 De '' s w NDIANTY Dives Runing Openly and Lining up Patrons For Frantz Tho lid ha8 boen off in tho in corporated towna of Inditn Ter ritory for ton days and liquor ia Bold oponly in the dives. One of the prominent citizens of Cad Jo county, an antiprohibition Demo crat informod the Demoorat yoe trday that this was the latest move of tho Booze Brigade in Indian Territory in their last des perate effort to oarry Oklahoma State half antiprohibition and for Frank Frantz Ho stated that on his woy homelfrom Oklahoma r.Hv ha orit off the train at Chiokasha and wont up town to see for himself what wa6the faot. He went into the first place he came to, which was the"Oxford" hero were half a dozen kega of beer raokod up in plain sight from the street, and no attempt made fco oonoeal ihe sale of liquo' of all kinds, nor any effort on the part of the sellers to find out any thing in regard to the would-be ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 12 September 1907

GOVERNOR FRANTZ: A Farmer Voter would like to know: i Are you going to vote for the constitution? 2 Do you believe the government provided by the constitution is repub lican in form? 3 How arc you going to vote on the prohibition question? '4 If the constitution entries and you are elect ed, will you enforce the constitution? WEST SKINS ROBNETT. The Tribune in the Campaign The Anudarko Tribuno has had a good doal to Hay about clean men in ofilco in times past; the Democratic city oflicials can recall Homo moralizing that wan parti Ciilary unctuous and virtu ous, and not very compli mentary to them. Now the Tribune, after giving out. that C. C. Fisher voted for a division of Caddo county last fall, and being shown up as making a false statomemt is further putting its unctu ous interest in the public welfaro in question by back ing such men as Marvin Bristow for county attorney and Guy Gillott for cleric of tlio District Court. Tts only roplies to a series of honest questions as to fa...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 12 September 1907

HE ADMITS IT The Tribune Interview Marvin Bristow Who States That Auditing Report is Correct The Tribuno few days ago in a fit of virtuouB indignation aooueod tho Democrat of sling ing mud booauBO it asked a few pertinont questions about the record and qualifications lor offioe of D. D. Hoag, Guy Gillett, Marvin Bristow, A. J. Perry and Blankenship, whioh have not been answered yet and won't be until just before tho election when it is too late for tho hollow neBB of said "reply" to be shown. Instoad of replying to thoso questions, the Tribune published tho following little boroed, from the Republioan County Central Committee, written undoubtedly, by Marvin Bristow. Tho Demo crat roproducoa it for two reasons. Tho first is that it contains an admission that the report of MesBrs Vaughn and Cram in 1003 is corroot, whioh is to say thut he admitd himself guilty of mote than tho Domoorat ever request ed him to explain. He Bays that the whole world knows that such practices prevail in al...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 12 September 1907

' Renegade-Democrat ZJJ: 4- Republicans a, LOCAL 1 1 Hrlo ; ., . f,,a(inn in .8,,, n tho V .....-A..1 It 10 iiimirniir -.-- - vwv prominent men in tho nntf-atato publicim, riclui Hi a car Dr. 1). H. Mojd w in Apnch, fiKhtf who nro oithor Republi-1 rjno with a renegade Demo Political Bed Fcllowi. The spectacle of .lu.lge F.j 10. (Jillettf, a rock-ribbed Ho FeBslor is visiting in loday. Mrs. M Lawton. B. F. Hastcrling is in Chioka shu tol-iy. Rev.FarrinRlo went to Hinton Ihirt morning. J. 15. White iH a bUBinebe visit or in Lawton today. R. Hoster roturnod to hia homo in Apaoho hiHt night. Dan Peory roturnod to his hnniH in Carnegie last night. Dyke Ballingcr wont to Hydro nd Bridgeport this morning. Mrs. .1. P. Blaokmon wont to Law ton this morning for a visit FOR8AL13: y-room building. 800 DrisKoll, the land man. 100 2td. B!ra. J. H. Gilbert, of Fort Cobb, wa3 a businoaa visitor in town yoBtorday. MiBB Alioo Addington has ar rived from the North to viBit tho T. V. Addington family. ...

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