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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 13 September 1907

aJ S" The Daily 11100181 ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, .SEPTEMBER 13. 1907. VOL. 1. NO, 200 MVTirn nEMnrDATQ VoteforaI1 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Uore andOwen will not appear on thetlcketJ IAMT EADftET tuio NUIIUe, UclUULKAlJ )Avotefor Messrs Johnson, TayIor,C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isa vote for democratic U. S.senators.l UW 1 lUKUCI llllj IS Weather i Washington, forecast Sept. 13 Okla- De SESSION CADDO COITY'S ELECTION mBSWBB&VfBCHt9f3RBIKBK'XVwwvxBMIKiFTTTIi9AMJiAjmtiMLi j i P' ' wm iim n OW IS j homa and Indian Territory. I Saturday. Fair 10 BE CALLED N O POPULATION RETURNS .. r ft i' Sees no Necessity For Calling Delegates Together Sept- ember 16. MuBkogue, I. T.. Sept, 12 The convention, whioh Was adjourn ed to reconvene on September 16 the day before tho Btato eleotion, will not reassemble. The con stitution will stand as it is. Wm. H. Murray, president of the con rontion, today said: "I will not call the convention together again. When tho co...

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. — 13 September 1907

i F Iff fljl W ' HE i J P A Novel by I THOMAS W. LAWSOH I K L Author of , ' V "Frenzied Fin.nce." V (OoijlIfU(, 1107, HublU. rc 4 Co.) CHAPTEIt V. Continued. Whether It wn thnt for Iho first time In nil IiIh wonderful career ho realized thnt tho "syBtom" was to nu'i't ItH Nemesis, or whi.t tho cause, nono could tell, pcihups not ovon Hnrry Connnt him self, but so mo emotion caused his ollvo faro for mi Instnnt tn turn pale, nnd g'c IiIh voire n tell-tale quiver. Once moro penlod forth "25 for 5,000." Thnt Dob saw the pallor, thnt he caught tho qulvor, was ovldont to nil, for tho Instant IiIh "gold" rung out, ho followed It with 5,000 nt 21, 23, 22, 20 " Neither Hnrry Coimut nor any of IiIh nontenant got In n "tnko It;" nlthntuh whether they wanted to or not wns nn upon question until Hob allowed his volco to dwell Just like n pendulum owing of tltuo on the 20. It wns ns If ho were Initializing them Into sticking by their Kilns, lly the tlmo he imiiBed, Unrry Connnt's nerve wnj biek....

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. — 13 September 1907

I f v h N MAN-A-LIN ifpi CcjTTllU 10C, tjTTboMs.&lllaOO, MAN-A-LIN Is An Excellent Remedy for Constipation There arc many ailments directly dependent upon con stipation, such as biliousness, discolored and pimpled skin, inactive liver, dyspepsia, over worked kidneys and headache. Ilcmovc constipation and all of theso aliments dis appear! MAN-A-LIN can be relied upon to produce a gentle action of the bowels, making pills and drastic cathartics entirely un necessary. A dose or two of Man-a-lin is advisable in slight febrile attacks, la grippe, colds and Influenza. THE MAN-A-LIN CO., COLUMBUS, OHIO, U. S. A. An "Inherited Tendency. A Cleveland society woman gavo a party to nlno' friends of her young son, nged six. To add to the plonsuro of tho occasion sho had the Ices frozen In tho form of a hen and ton chlclcens. Kach child was allowed to select his chicken as It was served. Finally she camo to tho sou of a prominent poli tician. "Which chlcky will you have, Ber tie?" sho aslccd....

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. — 13 September 1907

the Daily Democrat H. H. HERNDpN, Ed. nnd Pub. HOIISCIIIITION HATHSI Dally, L carrier, per week, , 10c Dtdly, ly mn1, per year, S3. 00 Wi'UKly, by iiinll, per year. $1.00 (Dnlly except Sunday.) Entered tit tho Anndnrko, Okla.. pot. ofllco nfl second clniw mail matter, .lun. 22, 1007. "What arc Principles in a Political Campaign? Thu Hpecliielc of votomn UupubliuiuiK, moil who foulit for thu preservation of thu Union mid who have 'worked and made thoir par tty over nhice, voting; for u turn oont Democrat for gov ornor, the candidate of whin key and disorder, which they disapprove in thoir hearts, is both pitiable nnd amuse- ing. vet tney whi io u uy tlio dozen in every coniinu jiity, though they may hoar tho bid for tho support of thu forces of disorder through Jh'rantz's mouth piece, ti Heid. Thoy will chuck overboard tho com munity's welfare, as they know it to bo, and support at tho polls a renegade and a rounder; :i former Demo crat who left his principles and is running on an an...

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. — 14 September 1907

The Daily Democrat - VqL j ANADAK.KO, LALL0 IOUN1 Y, OlSLMnOMA, OLK1 LMCtK, 1 J , J90T. No 20 1 MATirr nnftinriUTC i Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Gore andOwen will not appear on thetlckct.) HftMT CAnZET TifiP DtullLb, DblUUUAlJJAvotefor Messrs Johnson, Taylor,C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isa vote for democratic U. S.seuators. j UUfll 1 nJKUla Ifllb HflW THF Clyde Leooh, democrat can- Washington, Sopt. H -Okla- A I LU ANuH LllU I TK T MTrT Y il I K1U11 i" ,iij. f- -i.i, -.f tim rftaJriVf homa and Indinn Territory. Fair I I . I m I tL ' I ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, -SEPTEMBER M, J 90?. 1 LAW READS With Rifercr.ce to Mileage and Deposits of Money Collected on Delinquent Warrants The Tribune Bays that the Domoorat only quoted u part of the law, CP. 250, session Laws of 1005, Ch. 10, Art. 2), with refer once to Blankor.ship taking his mile 1 go for tax warrantB under circumstances where no raileago iB allowed. It is true, wo did only quoto a part of ...

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. — 14 September 1907

ULL ROUTS TIGER IN ARENIC BA TTLE. CiA3T OF PRKY COWERS AND RE- PUSB3 TO FISHT HOOFED ADVERSE RY. MAKES ESCAPE THROUGH BARS vcral Men, In Disgust, Shoot Cow- irdly Cat Prowling Amonn, the Spectators Novel Content Proves a Fiasco. ('annum Whnt was advertised to lui .1 sensational tipeetncle. n battle I. .'tween a hull anil u User, wan bruualil ofT nt Cocoa drove h few days ii;o la (ho presence of mi Immense rowd Tho Hint was Sunday niter loon, the ntntuU word crowded and It ' probable Hint 1,1)0(1 persons wart) In ittcndnncu. The nftoni'xm'H procod i ikh proved sensational enough, hnl i was la a war not Indicated on tho imIIh. TIi novel contest between the bull tnd lliy tiger aroused the greatest In t 'rest, and some restless spirits could ... .irruly contain themselves and chock (heir ltiimtleiice during ho proceed i 'ikh which preceded the great o.vont. '"Iiii uporl h;uu ahoul thruo o'clock "I'll some prelluiluary hull halting. ' lio hall wni not killed and IiIh turn In (ho iIiik w...

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. — 14 September 1907

r ' l .. "II . 1!l OLD WORLD FEUDS HERE IN AMERICA NEW YORK'S CARNIVAL OF BLOOD How the Hunchakist, the Tong, the Mafia, the Black Hand, the Vendetta, the Athenian Blood Pact, and Other Complications, Have Been Imported nf; the Metropolis to Breed Violence. New York. Tho time was, and not so very long ago, whon any inunler In Now York which had In It any nmoiint of niystory and which could not bo at tributed to ono of tho causes which commonly bring on murder Jealousy or temper or robbory was apt to bo laid at tho doors of ono or another of tho gangs that Infested tho city. Hith er It was supposed that tho Rang had a gnidgo against tho victim and ho arranged to destroy him, or that the gang had been hired to remove him and had planned tho Job and done it nccordlng to contract. Uut within the last few years an clement moro dangerous, moro sinis ter and far more subtle has crept luto Ijj AffONG 72ST of Chinatown tho old Dowager Empress served notlco on tho men whom she ltncw to bo res...

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. — 14 September 1907

The Daily Democrat H. II. HKJtNDON, Ed. and Pub. Kntored nt the Anadnrko, Oklo.. post office an second class mail mUr, ,Tn.,22, l'.H)7. ThnLGoebel Law. Th Kansas City Star, whioh takw a Htfp-fHthorly interost in Oklahoma, deBiring to koop uf out of nUtehood that our elector al vote may not ito against Taft, haB discovered that tho conven t!on adopted what thoy onll tho Goobol elaotion law, and tho Anadarko Tribune has greprodu ood tho artiolo. Wo think both paporo ought to make an honest examination of tho oonatitutiori of tho United States, and soo if UiBro io not what thoy call n "Ooobel Eleotion Law" in it, with ruferwnoo to tho Hootinn ol tho Proflidont in oaBo of a tio in ihooloojoral college. However, It is possible that tho Kansas City Star end tho Anadarko Tri buno havo never road tho con aiitutionof tho United Staton, whioh Soorotary Taft and the Re. publican partv nrnfon po highly Thu Wages of Sin. Tho first udmin'mtraUon v Anadarko appears to havo been a lurid one, ac cor...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 17 September 1907

wn so.'vy o. ic lsWV The Daily Democrat VOL. 1. ANADAR.K0, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, .SEPTEMBER J, 1907. NO. 203 NftTirG nEMftfDAT Vote for all 5 of the supreme court judges. The names of Gore nndOwen will not appear on tlietickct. WfkhVT rnnrrT tuip NUlllb, UblHUlKAlJ ) A vote for Messrs Johnson, Taylor,C.C. Fisher and Frank Stephens isavote for democratic U. S.senators ! DON T FORCE! I HIS t. ' (1 1! IOHT. Sept. 19 ana over ;ool and 150 tf LOST, STRAYED, OR STOLEN Two Wagon Loads of Coon Re pcators Projected on the Plane of the Horizon A dreadful rumor has reached the Democrat that several wagon loadB of sable patriots left the oity at daybreak this morning, or a little before. bound for the poll ing plaoo in Doleware township. After voting there, the idea was, wo hoar, to go to Cement, put in good votes for Frantz and against Stato-widb prohibition, and circle baok by Tankawa in timo to vote in the city this eve ning. Unfortunately, the thing bo oamo known. Warning was sent all alo...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 17 September 1907

w JisfiX CAMPING OUT. A Night's Outing Which Had a Thrill ing Termination. Tho older boys Irvine, Ralph nml Percy hud gono camping out. When thoy drove nway with tlio brand-new lent, tlio conking dishes nml tho lox The Canvat Dlew Away, and Away They Went Whirling Down HIM. of provisions, tho small brothers, Don, Denny nml Hilly, felt vory down hearted Indeed. "Nuvor mind," said inntnmn, try ing to comfort thorn. "Yon shall ko In tho Sunday school picnic next wcok." Hut Don mid Denny mournfully shook their heads. What was n Sun day Hchool picnic compared with camping out In tho woods? "You enn't shoot bears nt n Sumliiy school picnic," ruplled Don. "Nor sleep outdoors nt night, nor cook your dinner ovor a camp tiro." xiiltl Donny. "Now, hoys," snld papa, "hutween you nml mo, I don't bollovo Irvine or Uulph or Percy will really shoot any henrs. Tluiy Just think limy will. Jlut I don't see why you enn't Jinvo a Rood tlmo camping out, too. "You hnvo tho old tent up In tho attic, and It...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 17 September 1907

r fr . I" 3 U. S. S. Maryland " 7 l.t tMfa- 1 "- 'M'WIH" -- WSMK . . ir "v aH f ONE MAN'S WA Y By ANNA BANCROFT C0USHA1NE (topyrIght. by Dally Story l'lib. Co) He was n royal good fellow, wns Jack Hell, a leading light In tho news paper world and the writer of somo of tho cleverest bits over published In tho Call, but notwithstanding his en vironment, ho had no lovo for tho Bo hemian life nnd his plensnnteBt hours wore those spent in his own cozy fiat with his charming wife nnd two young sters. Theirs had been n lovo match, puio nnd Blmplo and Avo years had passed without n rlpplo to disturb tho sereni ty of their married life. In tho win ters thoy had lived In town as n lulo they spent part of tho summer with Mrs. Hell's relatives In Pennsylvania. Tho year of which I write, however, tho publisher of tho Call had givon .luck a big naslgmnont which would mean a couplo of weeks in tho Shon nndonh Valley nnd with tho golden harvest nnd a wealth of material for magazine work In view ho ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 17 September 1907

Died ThiB morning at 7 o'olook, at hia homo on North Boundary, north of tho Chiokunha Elevator, W. H. Smith pasted way. Ho had been suffering over Binoo Easier with tumor on tho brain, and hud sought relief in tho hoflpitala of El Reno and Lawton, without, avail. At one time the past year ho vtaB proprietor of tho Avonu Hotel anil before that of tho Burger Rooming Houho, but was obliged to give up hia work on Aocourt of hta hoalth. Mr. Smith grow to manhood in El Rono. for tho past five yoare, howovor, Binoe his raarri ago, ho has toaidodhoro. Ho leavos a wifo and small son to mourn his loss, besidoa sovorat brothers and eistors at Lawton and EIReno. He waH a man of kind heart, u good huaband and loving father. Tho funoral servioea will be conduotod at 10 p. m. to-morrow at the homo of tho deooaeod by Rev. Boaoh. Tho intermont will take plaoo immediately aftor at tho oity oomotry. Tho Domoorat oxtondB its sympathy to tho boroavod rola tivos and frionda. The Band tcTPIay. Tho Anadark...

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. — 18 September 1907

lie TS fev O Tgs VOL. I. ANADARKO. CADPO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA .SEPTEMBER 16, 1907. NO, 204 AT II ;and to play N S VV yAj 10 in !9 CO Much Interest Shown in the Returns of th Election. The tiwn turned out laet night to fill tho big district oourt room to overflowing, and while waiting for the returns to come in, the people were entertained by num ber lifter number of tho Anadar ko Concert Band. A profound Bocret r whioh the Democrat telle inoonfidenoe, la that our band ia going to give ft conoert in the noar future, and it has received a new assortment of music n the last two days. Tho people showed rauoh interest and satisfaction in the music, and will show their appreciation in thin concert-to-be The returns were vory slow in coming in. But three boxes were heard from outside the oity, Bridgeport, republican by '10; Connewango, uneven break; and riast MoKinley, republican by a good vote. But the news from tho Btato, received over R. Tom berlin'a privato wire, oarae in a steady stream, ...

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. — 18 September 1907

HUNTER ATTACKED EY CATAMOUNTS MOUNTAINEER RECEIVES G7 CUTS IN BATTLE WITH FIERCE FELINE3. CLOTHES TORN TO RIBBONS Jim Hoxle Finds Two Kitten and It About to Take Them Home to Wife When Animals Start Flnht. Panlhnr Kuoli, W. Va. Jim Hoxle, rmo of ttia oldest and boat, huntors In thn atato, wns on hla way homo (ram Dixon's Crossroads u few days ago following tho farther aide of Pamaor mountain. Whon liu urrlved at the c rousing of Peach run, a BmnM crook which monndnrs down tho mountain about threo miles from hla home, ho uotlced two llltlo liotitnlloil kittens playing In a grassy opening on thn l.uuk. Jim decided to catch them and tuku thorn homo to hlu wife Ono ho quickly caught and chucked Into hlu saddle bags, hut not hoforo tho kitten hud hllton and scratchod his hands severely. Tho other wan not bo dually captured, but It was cor nered at last nnd put away to keep company with tho llrst. Ily this tlmo Jim's hands wore neratched ho badly that ho bad to tlo thum up; It was cot tin...

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. — 18 September 1907

A MILLIONAIRE IN JAIL LONDON'S BOBBIES STRIKE BREAKERS RICH l A CONVICT INHERITS WEALTH BUT CANNOT SPEND IT. Pacqualo Monaldi of Italy Sentenced to Fifteen Years' Imprisonment for Murder, Comes Into Riches. Seldom litis tlioro been afforded 41 moru striking Illustration of tho irony of fortune than that which linn befallen n young Italian. He line sud denly become enormously wealthy, but tho unexpected access of riches only adds to bin misery. Ho ennnot spend n cent of It on himself. He lms to work hard without pny and sub.flst on the plainest fnre, although money nouh Is his to enable him to wnllow in luxuries were he only to net It. I'asqualo Motinldl la n millionaire, but he still remains a convict. Not long ngo bo was working wear ily nt breaking atones under the Af rican aim on the Island of l-nnipdiisn, betwtn Malta and Tripoli, wonder ing wny he had been sent Into the world if the end was the four walls tr a prison dm lug the beat years of his life, when n companion, seeing b...

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. — 18 September 1907

The War is Over. The battle of the ballots .Una bon fought now, nnd only Iho phontinir, remains. Kach wide hjiurht for its muse; it it had not done sto, vie couldn't respect the ciinse very much. And there are-many good' people that worked very hard for the auocess of their party or their candidacy, who are scarrr'd all over with bitter ness today. But other days will come, and we shuiild remember that we are all nliko human and m.Htly neighbors. The Democrat lias mounted ils etnbWu of victory, but pur poses to be as moderate in ilgratiftcar!.i this fall as it was in its gloom in the city election last spring; nnd while we fought our good friends the Republicans as hard as we could and made our blows count as mtieh as we could, wo don't want to insult anybody. And we will have a fine new state as an outcome of yesterday's business, which tlio bulletins indicate Oo be prohibition. Oklahoma lias the greatest hiture before it now of any state in this great 1,'niou, nnd we propose to do...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 19 September 1907

The Daily Democrat. $ VoL. 1. HASKELL I AM A DEMOCRAT. OIL MILL SITE. Regulations Approved for Sale of Indian Land. President Joo Smith, of the pommeroial Club, has received Lho following letter from tho In linn Bureau through Indian igent Blaokmon, transmitting a bopy of the regulations for the )onvoyanoo of lands of non. lompotent Indians: DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Offioo of Indian Affairs Land. 0526-1807 File 414. 3ubjeot: Jale of land wan tod for mill iiito oy uommeroiai uiuo if Annrlftrlrn. fho U. S. Indian Agent, Kiowa Agenoy, Anadarko, Ok. Sir: By offioe letter of July 13, 1907, 'ou were advised of the reooipt f a petition from a oommittee of citizens of Anadarko, Oklahoma, dative to the purchase of 5 lores of Apaohe allotment No. 37, certified to Frank Burns VIethvin, a minor 13yearsof ago, md thai tho requested sale would )o possible under the provisions f the Aot of Maroh 1, 1007, (34 3tat. L , 10151018), if the draft f regulations then under con deration, whioh contained...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 19 September 1907

- j-a t 6.1 4 LOST, STRAYED, OR STOLEN Two Wagon Loads of Coon Re pcators Projected on the Plane of the Horizon A dreadful rumor hoB reaohod tho Domoorat that sovoral wagon loads of sable patriots loft tho city at daybroak this morning, or a little boforo.bound for tho poll ing plaoo in Dolowaro township Aftor voting thoro, tho idoa was wo hoar, to go to Comont, put in good votes for Frantz and against Stato-widt prohibition and oirolo back by Tankawa in timo to vote in tho oity thiB eve ning. Unfortunately, tho thing bo camo known. Warning was sont all along tho lino, and tho colored brothora will not bo ablo to land: thoy aro finding certain prepara tions awaiting thom at tho voting plaoos tha will oauso thoso eager patriots some nnxioty about uer ving thoir country. It in sad to think of tho bunoh liko tho ravon and tho dove sont out by Noah from tho Ark, find jng no rest for tho boIob of thoir feet, and returning in tho gloam ing with thoir oountry unBorvod Without Benefit of Cl...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 19 September 1907

- CLOSED FOR REPAIRS AT THF COURT HOUSE jtfBP Skl Much Interest Shown in the Returns of the Election. (Wedneiday'i Dally.) The towri turnod out last night to fill the big district court room to overflowing, and while waiting for the returns to come in, the pooplo woro entertained by num bor after number of tho Anadar ko Concert Band, A profound Becret , whloh tho Democrat tetlB inoonfidonce, iB that our band ia going to givo a oonoert in the near future, and it has received a now assortment of music in the last two days. Tho people showed miinh interest and satisfaction in themusio, and will show their appreciation in this oonoort-to-bo. Tho returns wore very slow in coming in. But three boxes woro heard from outside the city, Bridgeport, republican by 40; Connowango, an even break; and East MoKinley, republican by a goodvoto. But the nows from the state, received over R. Tom berlin's private wire, came in a steady slroam, and afforded tbe people, democratic ana repuou oan alike, pl...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 19 September 1907

A New Deal Oklahoma is forhumio abovo all other states in en tering the Union. It will have a gi'OJitor population ami a creator wealth than any othor state upon its admission, but its good for tune (lniB not consist prin cipally in these two things. Switzerland a ouu of the poorusl Btrttfu in the world, un iiggiogation of villages clinging to tho Alphiuo Mountains, but it is ono of tho most fortunate conn trioB hi tho world. This good fortune consists primarily in the fact that tliOBtnteof Oklahoma will breed good moil instead of dollnm. Nob that money will not bo mado horo, for thoro will bo much, and the completion of tho Tanaum Canal will muKo us tho gate way of tho Great Northwest in its outlet to the now countries of South Amorica. But wo have a ' at o govern ment founded on tho idea that overy man must bear Iub rail sharo of the burdens oTtho state and recoive the treatment from every busi aoBS that every thor man receives. There aro to bo no dieriminations no monopolies, no ...

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