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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 20 September 1907

Uis'orlcal soday The Daily mocrat VoC. J. ANADAR.K0, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, -SEPTEMBER. 20. 1907. NO, 2 )6 De ' It" : REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN CONCEDES DEFEAT Overwhelming Majorities are Reports for Democratic County Tickets Comploto returns from more than 35 oountioa of the state re affirms the overwhelming major ity of C. N. Haskell, democratic nomineo for governor. Returns show his majority to be 32,313 over Governor Frantz, Of forty-four etate senators, forty democrats havo been elect od and of 110 representatives to the state legislature 00 are demo orata. Four of tho five congressmen to the United States oongres are demoorats, Fulton, Davenport, Carter and Ferris: McGuiro de feating Eagleton in the First Distriot by a small majority. The majority for tho Constitu tion, is expootod to reaoh almost 100,000 with prohibition carrying by approximately 20,000 at a conservative estimate. Fulton's Big Majority Fremont Boyle received at 10 o'olook this morning a message from the territoria...

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. — 20 September 1907

3aragw"""j-uiMitumay,3' -.J"""11 ' m iimui i -. 'S:S--(IA &TQRY MtMmravM (Coprfcbt, I W, iHiubl.d.r. rc Co-) CHAPTER VI. Continued. f-he lincl drawn liln heod down close to her face, mid her ureal llnt oyos ttarc hod his as though tlioy would to to Ills vory Mini. Slits was n child In her Hlinplo apnea! for him to allow I. r to see his heart, to seo that there wai nothliiK lilurk tlioro. As film gazed her bountiful hnmU rlaycd through his hnlr lis do u moth c n through that of tho child alio Is BOOtllltlg In sickness. Hob, speak to me, apeak to mo." nho begged, "tell mo there wan no ills hnor In the getting of thoso millions. 'All mo no ono was mndo to suffer ns tny father and 1 liavo aufft'retl. Toll me Umt tho suicides and tho convicts, tho daughters dragged to ahnuio mid tho mothers driven to tho mndhouia iih a rosutt of thin panic, cannot ho charged to anything unfair or dishon orable that you hnvo dona. Dob, oh, 1Mb, answer! Answer no, or my In art will broak; or If, Dob, y...

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. — 20 September 1907

MADE GIFTS" M MILLIONS Rockefeller's Wealth Ex ccods a Billion If Ho Has Adhered to His Original Biblical Plan of Devoting One-Tenth of His Total Accumulation to Charity Much of His Donating Has Been Accomplished with Scriptural Secrecy. I will surely give tho tenth to thee Genesis 1S.K. )At not thy left hand know what thy llKbt hund Uoeth. Matthew C.3. John D. Rockefollor, upon whose vl monopoly tho United States Gov ernment has laid a ponalty of over $29,000,000 for alleged vlolntlons of tho law against rebatos, has given away, up to tho present time, more than ? 100,000,000 "for public good'- -to churches. schools, hospitals, rwylums and missions. ' In an address some yearn ago be fore a Clovoland religious gathering of his own Baptist faith Mr. Hockefellcr told tho story of his early struggles. Ho said ho had always followed th Scripture rule adopted by him when n , poor clork, which provides for giving one-tenth of his earnings to charity Accepting this statement as true, it fo...

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. — 20 September 1907

.1 9 O.I t- The JDaily Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) '11. H. HI5RNDON, Ed. and Pub. Yktored at Iho Anadnrko, Okla.. post ollico as second class moll tnnttcr, .Ian. 22, 1D07. ""rtUIIMUIUl'MON HA1IWI Unity, Ly carrior, per week, 10c Daily by mall, per year, $3.00 tVewly, by mail, per year. 41.00 Need for Prompt Action. Tlio Horiousnes.H of the oil mill siuuition lios in the fuel that tho regulations gov erning tlio wile, that we havo had to wait for so long, re quire purchase to bo made after advertising for (50 days, and then by sealed competitive bids. Of course, there is a possibility that the Interior Department may not intend to have these rules apply although we havo had to wait for thorn and we base this pos sibility on tho mandatory part of Commissioner laupp's letter, quoted in yesterday's Democrat, when tie directs Indian Agent Blackmon "you will there fore give consideration to tho sale of such part of al lotment No. ftf7 as is de sired by the citizons of Ana dnrko", and ...

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. — 21 September 1907

The Daily Democrat VOL. J. ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, -SEPTEMBER. 21, 1907. No, 207 NO CAUSE FOR ALARM The Real Estate Men and Bank. era not Disturbed over Prohibition. . The real estate mon and bank era of Anadarko arp not alarmed about the effeot of prohibition on the business of the oily thia fall, but on tho contrary, many ex press themeolvcB optimistically Baldwin & GibbB, whon inter viewed, stated that they havo a largo oorrbspoDdenoo with peo ple from other states who are looking for business openings and for investments, and they oxpeot to havo aa many lotters or moro in tho future. They say that they have no desirable va oant houses nearer than one in the Methvin Mission property, and that rents for residonoo prop erty will not come down, in their judgment, at all. At this time of tho year, owing to the be ginning of tho Bohool term, there aro more people desiring to come hero than there are good houses, to hold them, whioh in itself will keep rents for resideno...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 21 September 1907

i i ii i Hi t ','", "VJ " " "r"1 i i i i iaymT- attucs. Now York -Hidden on a llttlo Now Jersoy farm, a community of sixty persons, one-half of tliom children, nro trying to vitalize a completes ro nctlun against money Breed, hypoc risy, nnd tho prosenlday Chrlitlnn church nnd to keop It ullvo by re ligious hystorln, Thoy dopunil on "faith" (I. e prayer) for food, clothing, nnd the bnro nccosgltles of llfo. Thoy linvo followed tho Injunction of Jesus to soil their goods, i;lvo tho proceeds to tho pour, nnd follow Illni. Medicines nnd physicians aro for Million, and tholr only treatment for diFeaso consists of prnyor and anoint ing tho body with oil. Ofllclnls of the stiito of Now Jersey Fn that If nny onu dies aftor such treatment thoso concorned nro guilty of irlmlnnl negligence Mini Indlctablo for manslaughter. Tho community Is managed! on tho co-operntlvo plan, no ono receiving bilges for woik, nnd nil suppling go ing into n common fund, tho men and women sharing thu work on an o...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 21 September 1907

COMMEMORATES LANDING OF PILGRIMS NEW GAME FOR FAT UOY. If- Monument Marking Landing Not Blnco tho stirring dnys of whalo has there been as much excitement occasioned In half-forgotten hnmlet of Provlncotown, Mass., as followed tho announcement that n real, live prcsidont ot tho United States wna to honor tho placo with a visit. It was to commemorate tho landing ot the "Pilgrims" that President Jtoosovolt and a number of prominent citizens attended the dedication of it monument to this epoch-marking ovont in lilBtory. LIFE LINES IN THE STREETS. Furnish Safety from the Deadly Clutch of the "Bora." That which was onco Illyrla Is now Dalmntia, or, rather, that part of II lyrla which i caches to tho Adriatic Is Dalmatla, "tho half-forgotten coun try," as tho AiiHtrlans called "It whon It fell into their hands not so many J oars ago. It Is one of tho few bits of Eu rope that remain in a measure un Jinckneyed, nnd It Is still out of the hoaton paths of tho tourist, who him self is almost a...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 21 September 1907

The Daily- Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) H. II. IIEttNDON, Ed. nnd Pub. Jintcrcdlat the Anadarko, Okla.. post office na second class mall matter, Jnn. 22, 1007. MUIIMC'UII HON UATIWI Dally, L currier, r week, Daily, by mail, nor year, Wukly, by mail, per year. 10c $3.00 $1.00 The Election of Fulton Mr. Fulton's uluction over T. It. Ferguson, the Repub lican nominee, makes Okla homa's delegation to Wash ington consist of two Demo cratic senators, four Demo cratic congressmen, and one .Republican congressman. While such a result must innico a profound impression upon tho politically wit-e onos here, it will have an ef fect in Washington and tho cast. It is another pointer on toward tho goal of tariff readjustment and the na tional reformation of the abuses whoroby tho agricul tural class is exploited to tho benefit of tho United States Stool corporation, and kindred concerns. Tho stato government can not do much to help the pooplo out except within its borders. And that will not bo ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 23 September 1907

The Daily Democrat VoL. .. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, -SEPTEMBER. 23, 1907. NO, 20' i !'; ' liowdui THE DEMNIT ION BOW-WOWS Views of the Merchants as the Effect of Prohibition on Business. to The Domoonat interviewed a number of our morohants Hub mornine- with roferenoe to the anticipated effeot of prohibition on their buBinoss. The majority of viowB Beoma to be favorable Mr. J. E. Davidson, of the firm 1 of Bradford A Davidson, stated that he did not expoot any material difforonoo, either way. Had prohibition come at a leaa favorablo season of the year, we might have a temporary dulness, but at present he views this con tingency as itnprobablo, and ex pects it very likoly that the town will have readjusted itself to the new conditions before the trade slaekenB. L, Nathan, of the Fair Dep't Store, expects a falling off in business to ensue, He figures that with tho twelve saloons closed, the thirty-six families do pendent upon their business for a livelihood will be lost to u...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 23 September 1907

APPEAL THAT WAS HEEDED. Ju-jo Mutt Also Have Deen Followei of tha Gentle Art. John Qulncy Adams, of Mamachu- fs, third of thnt imm, who died tit ton yours ago, was very fond flxhlnK. nnd not ospeclnlly fonil o' gal profession. day, the story runs, ft csso In ho was counsel wna down for In n Massachusetts court. Mr. .is did not tnnko Ills appearance, sent n letter to the judgo. Tlmt thy gentleman rend It, nnd thon tponcd tho cmo with tho nnnounco it Mr. Adams 1b detnlnod on Im tant business." t was afterward learned by a col - of Adams that tho lattor road Hows' tar JiuIbo: For tho sako of old k Walton, ploaso contlnuo my till Friday. Tho smolta are g, and I can't loavo." CHILDREN TORTURED. Had Running Sores from Eczema -Boy Tortured by Poison Oak Doth Cured by Cutlcura. ast year, aftor having my Uttlo roatcd by a very prominent phy- for nn ohstlnato caso of cczomo, rtod to tho Cutlcura Itomcdlcs, vas so well pleased with tho nl- Instantanoous rollof afforded that tearded tho physici...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 23 September 1907

USEFUL HOME HINTS SUGGESTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN FOUND VALUABLE. Simple Remedy for the Annoying Chilblain Novel and Effective Manner of Cleaning Lace Cure for Cold Feet. DOES YOUR BACK ACHE? A busy woman, employed during tho day In sewing lu other people's homos, sends the following useful sug gestions: 1. Somo ono asked for u remedy for chilblains. Horo Is a simple euro. Cut an nulon lu two, put tnblo salt on I'm cut sldo mid rub It upon tho af flicted part. Do this a few times am he cure will1 ho effected. "" 2. To clean draperlos, 1 uso sawdust and ammonia. 1'ut tho sawdust Into a tub and pour In onough housebote ammonia to sonk It to tho bottom, lloat the draporlcs or rugs frco of dust Put thorn Into tho sawdust and, with a smalt whisk broom, rub tho mlxturo woll into tho article to bo cleaned. The dirt will disappear tit once. Hang out of doors to dry and air. 3. To clean lace, get a largo paper bag and put tho laces luto It. Pour In a quart or mora of Indian meal, and shako tho ba...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 23 September 1907

The Daily Democrat (Dally oxcopt Sunday.) II. It. HERNDON, Ed. nnd Pub. Entcrcdfat tlio Anadarko, Okln.. post olllco an second class mail matter, Jan. 22, 1907. MVIIICKIl'llUN IIATKHI Dully, Vj carrier, per wuek, 10c Dally, by mull, pur yoar, $3.00 V'dkly. by mail, por year, $1.00 Cmlilo county will have a ciuuli(Juto for Speakor of the first HoiiPt' of Hoprcson taLivcH ia tlio person of Frank tftovons of Apaclio. Tho uili.otiH of Anadarko will all lend their influence for him and to a man will stand for him. Not only would u make a good pre siding' officer, but his wide acquaintance over Oklaho ma and his long residence will make him a formidable candidate and one the other possible candidate for the position will have to reckon with. The Function of a Newspaper. In a sermon last night, ono of our ministers stated that if tho daily sins were lert out of the newspapers there would not be enough nowsinattor left to float the advertising. This seems to bo a pretty general notion of th...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 24 September 1907

s l The Daily Democrat VOL. J. ANADAR.KO, CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, .SEPTEMBER. 24. 1907. NO, 209 BUSINESS MFN OF ANADARKO WON THE CALF I O K '&,ot" ' FURTHER N OW IS NVESTIGAT10N5 -s The' P IT .4 ft 1 Hardware Men Give Their Views no to Prohibition. Most Important Meeting of Commercial Club to Confer With Regard to Cotton Oil Mill Site. Caddo County Made the Prizo Gain in Second Congress lonnl District. Tho Democrat interviewed, the roproBontutiveB of tho hardware buBirieBS today with reference to their expeo'ations as to tho busi ness outlook under prohibition. Mr. Morria Leonhard, of Dun oan fc Leonhard, does not antici pate any bad effect in the busi ness done Dy his firm. He ox- nnntn (hnt thev will BOll lUflt aB many nails, aa many agricultur al implements, as many vehicles, atoveB, kitchen utonsilB and other artiolos as ever. Mr. Leonhard, when asked nB to the usual credits extended to purchasers of farming implements in the spring to be paid for in tho fall, that prohibiti...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 24 September 1907

Typical Salmon '. . cj a Scores of these places may be teen along the Columbia river In Washing ton where thousands of persons are employed in the work of catching and pre paring the salmon for market. t0--r THE CIGARETTE HABIT. 13 QfiCOMING MORE POPULAR AMONG CHICAGO WOMEN. Smoklno Outfits for Ladles In Bspart- ment Stores an Indication of Practice Some Shops Cater to Sex. Chicago. Tho clgarotto habit Is growing In popularity among Chicago women. This Is vouched for by tho to bacco dealers, tho beauty doctors, tho halrdrcsBors niul by certain physi cians. Tho tobacco dealers, who ought to know, say thoy did not ronllzo, un til a fow weeks ago, tho extent to which tho clgarotto crazo had Bpread among women. How they did learn It was through tho senro that wns caused by tho annouueomunt that after u cor tain data cigarettes could not ba sold legally In Illinois. BUGS OVERRUN TOWN. Lock Haven Has Snakes, Toads and Worms to Burn. Lock Haven, Pn. Tho plngucB seem to havo struck tho city...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 24 September 1907

Million-Dollar Palace for Baby iwljWiw v wW tfofJt.t WW lWutywffi REFORMED BY A DREAM jy WKO. r. m. tiuwAKu a 9SjirJrft9)JfrMitft L. V f I ( 1 ',' I Residence of Mrs. John Nicholas Brown at Newport, R. U whose young son Is the wealthiest baby In the world; the upper left-hand picture shows the front entrance to the palace, the one to the right the courtyard, and the tower one Is the baby's play-room. The Penalty of Fame By George (Copyrlglit, by Dally "But I canio on purpose to Inter view you, and my editor will bo bo cross If you rcfuso to talk, nml I can't mako a story up" she said, plain tively. She was Rood looking, and no doubt uwaro of the fact. Hut had sho been Venus herself I should have pursued the Biinio course. "I am overwhelmed with regret," I observed stiffly. "It's awfully unkind of you," sold she. "It's tho morcBt self-dofonse," I re sponded. "Now, that tiger skin?" sho suggest ed, insinuatingly. "I'm sure a talo bangs to that!" "Of courso a tall hangs to it," I repli...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 24 September 1907

The Dally Democrat (Dally except Sunday.) H. U. HBHNDON, Ed. and Tub. Entcrcd;at tho Anaditrko, Okla.. post offlco as weond chw mnil matter, Jan. 22, 1007. " HWHMCUII'TlON UATHHI Dally, 1 carrlor, per week, 10c Daily, liy mall, jer year, $.1.00 Wrokly. by mall, per year. $1.00 No Time to Wasto Tho work nocossurj to socui'o tho oil mill site, ns already mentioned in tho Democrat, (mould be piiHhed forward without delay. It is possible, at ohm stroke, to bring aa much or more busi ness and more families into this town than wore depen dent on tho liquor soiling and tho ico-plant. If any -one has for a moment mis trusted tho offecb of prohi bition on his realty values, Sbo can save any possibility of loss by putting his slroul dor to tho wheol; if ho had no four about it, he can in croaso his property value by helping noy. Tho oil mill moans too much to Ana darko for us to run any chance of losing it, largo or small. PROHIBITION Article Submitting'thc Same to A Vote of The People Thottn...

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. — 25 September 1907

u. The Daily Democrat VoL. J. ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, -5EPTEM5ER. 25, 1907. NO, 2 1Q COMMERCIAL CLUB AC18 City's Boosters Take Steps Cinch the Oil Mill Site to Cotton Bought Tudii 8 bales, at Inm 11.40 to 11. CO. Weather l-orecust Washington, Sopt. 25 -Okla noma and Indian Territory. Thu roday fair. I Tho Commercial Club prepared ast night to gut tne material ior .another ohaptor in tho buBinesB history of AnadarKo. A good attendance of business men were proaent when PreBidont . Joe Smith oallod tho meeting to ordor at 8:30 p m.t and stated the purpose for whioh they were gathered, a consideration of the moans of offeoting a purohase of tho Bito for tho oil mill. The regulations under whioh the proposed purohaso must be made by reason of tho requirement of 00 davs advertisement, make it impossible to acquire tho site be. foro tho expiration of Mr. Wootten's comraot with tho Commercial olub, Deoomber 1. Mr, Smith referred to the re gulations of sale requiring that tho land...

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. — 25 September 1907

WORSTSGAR ' ' I GIRL WITH TEN WOULD" BE A BOY; WEARS PAJAMA2 N CHANCE CLASF personaijtse; MULE I GRACE RESENTS DEINQ ROLLED IN DUST DY ELECTRIC JUG. OERNAUT. STRUCK IN STEARING GEAR Animal, to All Appearances, a Llfeleto Mass of Flesh and Bones When She Suddenly Goes Into Action. Clovolnnd. If Undo Sam wants a iirst-olasii Imttlotdilp destroyer, war i anted o wlitmlnml dynninlllng unil tand wltlinut hitching, lot lilm np ply to Qiilnoy Adams Washington. Quliicy ;A(l!iniH litis just tho right thing In stock. Tho destroyer's nnmo Is Onico. 8ho Is 11 11111I0 nml In etitl ilod to talco rank with Mrs. O'lcary's 'iiw that started tho Chicago lire, I ho Mntanr.au initio or tho cow I hut 'topped tho chambnr of commerce trnlti at Lognusport hut spring Qulncy Adams Washington Ih a m fro, un iisli hauler hy occupation, n philosopher hy lmhlt, nnd la not less ihan (it yeais of ago. Tho othor evening ho attempted to drlvo In front of an onst hound Payne itvouuo car, nnd flio car atruck Grace 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. — 25 September 1907

U STANDARD OIL'S LITERARY NEMESIS MIbs Ida Minerva Tarbcll, the unrelenting foo of trusts and monopolies and tlio literary Nemesis of the Standard Oil company, wan horn In Krle, county, Ponn., In 1SD7, nnd was graduated from tho Tltusvlllo High school unri Allegheny college. In 1SS3. when she was 20 years old, sho became editor of Tho Chautnuquan and held that position for eight years. Then sho became a student at the Sorhonne, Paris, and later at tho Collogo of France. Whllo In Paris sho wroto some articles which nttrnctod tho attention of 9. S. Me Cluro, and for several years sho was one of tho editors of Mct'luro's Maga zine. Sho has written Uvea of Napoleon, Lincoln nnd Mmo. Koland. Her groat literary buccobs was her scries on "Tho History of thu Standard OH company." WHY HE WAS TIRED. Return from the Annual Nonsense Known as "Vacation." A ninn alighted from a train, and after walking laboriously up tho short flight of stairs which led to tho waiting-room, stopping n few times o...

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. — 25 September 1907

i r: The Daily Democrat (Daily cxcopt Sunday.) II. R. HERNDON, Ed. and Pub. Entercdjat tho Anadarko, Okla.. ofllce as second dn mnll matter, .Inn. 22, 1007. post CiUIISCIIIPIION HATIiMI Dolly, j earrior, por week, 10c Daily, by mail, por year, $3.00 Weekly, by mail, por year. $1.00 Anadarko's Opportunity Tho importance of build ing tho oil mill in Anadarko is not to bu compared with tho importance of building it NOW. Last night, Mr. Goldman, Mr. Driskell, and sovoral other gentlemen call ed attention to this phase of tho mattor in words that cannot bo too highly com mended. Jf tho oil mill should be pretty woll along by Christ mas timo and half done by tho timo tho trado slackens after the cotton season, it will bo (Inishcd and tho machinery installed in tho oary summer, that much is certain. A great many mon will bo employed in building tho mill and in installing tho machinery, nnd as tho job will bo a big one, thoy will bring their families horo. There will bo a pay roll, beginnin...

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