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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 26 September 1907

O. K. U,lwrlcttl Society The Daily Democrat VoL. j ANADARKO, CADDo COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, .SEPTEMBER 26. 1907. un i i I I PRESIDENT PRE PARING TO ACT Clamor of People Will Hive Its Influence in Washington. The Presbyterian Chriatian Endeavor will Rive a Free Bon fire Sooial Friday evening at 8 o'clock in Randlett Park. All tho young people of the town are invited to oome. Washington, Sept. 25 The administration is keeping in close touch with the Oklahoma-Indian Territory situation and is prepar. ing to give the people of the pro posed new slate its decision us to the constitution, which it was re oontly voted to udopt. This bo oomos apparent from the state ments made today by Mr. Bona pnrte, the attorney general, who, while talking freely about the general status of the constitution, refused to admit that a definite decision had been reaohed as to the attitude of the president. Mr. Bonaparte made it appar ent that the department of jus tioe, while not in poBession of the final certified ...

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. — 26 September 1907

No Time to Waste The work necessary to secure tho oil mill site, as already mentioned in the Democrat, should be pushed forward without delay. It is possible, at ono stroke, to bring as much or more busi ness and more families into this town than wore depen dent on the liquor selling and tho ice-plan i. If any ono has for ft moment mis trusted tho offuct of prohi bition on his realty values, lie can save any possibility of loss by putting his shoul der to tho wheel; if ho had no fear about it, ho can in creaso his property valuo by helping now. Tho oil mill meauH too much to Ana darko for us to run any chance of losing it, largo or small. Anadarko's Opportunity Tho importance of build ing tho oil mill in Anadarko ia not to bo compared with tho importance of building io NOW. Last night, Mr. Goldman, Mr. Driskell, and soveral othor gentlemen call ed attention to this 3phaso or tho matter in words that cannot bo too highly com mended. If tho oil mill should be pretty well along by Chri...

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. — 26 September 1907

COMMERCIAL CLUB ACTS City's Boosters Take Steps to Cinch the Oil Mill Site (Wednesday- Dally.) The Commercial Club prepared last night to got the material for another ohapter in the business history of AnadarKo. A good attendanoo of business men were present when President Joo Smith oallod tho mooting to ordor at 8:30 p. m., and stated tho purpose for whioh they were gatherod, a consideration of the means of offeoting a purohaso of the site for the oil mill. The regulations under whioh the proposed purchase must be made by reason of the requirement of CO days advertisement, make it impossible to acquire tho site be. fore tho expiration of Mr. Wootton's oontraot with tho Commercial club, Dnoember 1. Mr, Smith referred to the re gulations of salo requiring that the land bo sold "Upon petition of a spooial legal guardian duly oppomted by the proper court and upon tho order of suoh oourt The question was then raised by. Mr. Cox as to the manner in whioh probate courts aoted upon petitio...

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. — 26 September 1907

1K: Sole Ageivts CLOTHING: Hart, Schaffner & marx "Supurb," "Wearbetter." "L. LowenSlein." HATS: "Hawes" "Gimbel" "Stetson" The House Of ONE PRICE YOUNGHEIM CLOTHING CO. NEW LOCATION OPPOSITE POST OFFICE W vis TivitSn E are now ready for business with one of the Swelled, Complete Up-to-now stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Gents' Furnishings in Caddo County. Never before have we been in a bet ter position to cater to the public. Our stock is complete in every department and awaits your inspection. Young and old can be suited here. You are invited to come and it will be a pleasure to show you. 1$ Get into one of our Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits, and th ehang of it will make you happy. CiKT TIIK HABIT: TRADE AT YOUNGHEIMS' n rilB MAN STORE" Sole Ageivts SHOES: "Stacy-Adams" "Walk-Over" "Hannah" "Fellowcraft'1 "Star Brand" SHIRTS: "Cluett" "Manhattan" ii M onarcl ii Goldc i" Ji leir AR.R.OW BRAND COLLAR. S. Satisfaction or your MONEY BACK rpE LOCAL NOTES Atty. A. J. Perry ia ...

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. — 27 September 1907

0 k. uuwrlcal Society The Daily Democrat. VOL. 1 ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, SEPTEMBER 27. 1907. NO, 212 ROUTE OF THE PARADE Big Celebration to Start at The Avenue Hotel ROOSEVELT WILL PROCLAIM STATE Has Announced That Oklahoma's Constitu tion is Acceptable. The Oolebration possession will Btart tomorrow at 2:30 o'olook, p. m. forming at the Avonub Hotel on C street and marobing oaBt to 7th streot. Thero it will turn south to tho Bryan Hotel and maroh wpst on B to tho IUndlelt Park, and in the cool Bhados the Bpoaking will ooour. Congrosaman-eleot Fulton and 8upremo Court JuBtice HayoB will address the people. The parade will be headed by C. H. Carawell, a8 Grand Mar shall. Tho Committee desires that a8 many as would like to rido horsebaok in tho parade will do eo, ospeoially ladioB and girls, and tho invitation is here by extended to all. The Oklahotnan states in to day's issue that President Rooso volt, nfter conferring with Attor ney General Bonaparte yesterday afternoon ov...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 27 September 1907

M AnadarRo Daily Democrat ANADAItKO, OKLA. Droken Ralls., Among nil tho onuses of .Allroad nc. oltlontB In tho United StnfM, nono Is montloncd with grenter frequency tlinn tho broken rnll. Many cnusus nro iisslgnod, mul iIoiiIiIIcm many nro con tributory. An oxoor of phosphorus, not onslly rdimlnnlod by tho Ilosaoinor process, by which nonrly nil Amorlcnn mils tiro mnde, Iiiir boon mont com monly hlntnod; but Bomo of tho bast mcohnnlcnl onglneors now rognrd thin etuiBo u uuliupnrtnnt. Improper shnpo and n luck of prossuro In rolling mod irn bi'tivy mils propnrtlonnta to Unit which wns nvnllublo for tho llghtor rnllB of llio pnit nro inoro Important fnultR. An excess of cnrhon in nn otlicr. Tho fault of shnpo la the thin nna of tho web or shnnk of tho rnll, nnd tho thinness of tho liriHO. Tho dlsiiroportlon botweon thoso pnrts nnd thu hiad of tho rnll londa to n lack of uniformity In toxturu nftor cooling. Tho otcotH of carbon Ik not tho fault of th-s rnll-mnkora, but of tho rail loa...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 27 September 1907

ir jj- u- lit It- ha R. !e. VI ny I ''i I tin I lm I III I lai I ae- I ad g rd. I 4KB 1 BlS US a-of- ITlO idV U)U reo at rer, IT. ALL HAIL PE-RU-NA. A Cast of STOMACH CATARRH. 6WALLOWS SNAKE IN V.'VTER. fRYOBWtOA fg 1 WOttN TO A SKELETON. Miss Mary OTlrien, 300 Myrtle Ave., Ilrooluyn, N. Y., writ s : "Peruna cured mo In five weeks of catarrh of the stomach, after suffering for four years nnd doctor lr.i without effect. In common with othpr grateful ones who have been benefited by your discovery, I Day. Alt littll to Pcruna." Mr. II. J. Ilenneman, Oakland, Nob., writes: "I waited beforo writing to you about my sickness, catarrh of tho stom ach, which I had over a year ago. "Thego were people who told mo It would not stay cured, but I am sure that I am cured, for I do not feel any more ill effects, have a good appetite and am getting fnt. So I am. and will say to ail, 1 am cured for good. "I thank you for your kindness. "Peruna will be our house medicine hereafter." Catarrh of tho sto...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 27 September 1907

LOCAL NOTES 15 DAYS D (? J. C. Tingloy Ib an out of town visitor today. E. Fowler is In Gutobo toduy on buolnoea. Big Conoort Band with Whit tington Comedy Co. M. M. Shaw oamo in from Chickaaha this morning. Don't fail to hoar Whittington'a Comody Co'sorohoBtra. Doan Bftird made a short busi 31CB8 trip to Fort Cobb today J. F. Brown in transacting business in Graoomont today. 8eo littlo Tiny Davis, tho child aotrose, Opora Heuso, Sept. L8. J. 8. Monro, of Oklahoma City, was a visitor in tho oity last night. Tho Whittington Comedy Co., at tho Opora Uouao, 8opt. 20, 27 28. L. O. Hito, of Fort Cobb, via. Hod relatives in tho oily yester day. Miaa Graoo Perry wont to Guthrio thh morning on a short viQit. A carload of aoonory used in Whittington Comody Go's Pro duotiono. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mason, of Fort Cobb, were shopping in tho oity yoBiorday. Dr. C. P. Warner, of Fort Cobb, waB a professional visitor in tho oity yoalorday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hobbs, of north of tho oitj, ia sponding a ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 28 September 1907

The Daily Democrat I VoL. 1. ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, .SEPTEMBER 26, 1907. NO. 213 DISCUSSES DOCUMENT Strongly Favors Some Portions of State Constitution Cotton Bought Yesterday 35 baloa from 11.40 to 11.50 .oday20 bales from 11.60 to 11.75. Weather l-orecast Washington, Sept. 28 -Oklahoma and Indian Torritory. Sun duy fair. Washington, D. C. Sept. 27 In dieousBing with a friend hiB determination to issue the procla malion granting statehood to Oklahoma, Prosidont Rooaovolt said certain things that are muoh at odds with th reports of hia viowo on tho matter. For ex ample, that muoh berated1 'garry mandor." Mr. Roosevelt looked upon this from tho standpoint of a practical man, Ho romarked that it might bo bad,but it oould not be as bad ah Romo with which he had had exporienoo in New York, and had knowlodgo of in other north ern republican states. Nor did ho express any objeotion to the initiative and referendum clause in tho constitution, that feature which tho unfortunate ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 28 September 1907

At the National Capital Gossip of People and Events Gathered in Washington CONGRESSMEN PUNNING TRIP TO THE ISTHMUS WASHINGTON. A sub committee of the committee on Appropria tion b nf tlio next congress will go to tho IsthmuH In November to Invostl xato Secretary Tuft's cnnnl estimates for 1909, If present plans nro carried out. Tho proposed visit Is tlio outenmo of a miggofitluii from Roprosentutlvo James A. Tnwney or Mlnnosota, chair mnn of tlio appropriations committee In tlio last congress, who was nt the Isthmus following tlio adjournment last March. Ho believes It will bo to bo beat Interests of tlio sorvlco, ns well lyi to those directly and Indirect ly In clmrgo or the administration of tlio forces nt woik thore, if the mom bora or Iho appropriations commlttco having In charge Iho preparation of tlio sundry civil bill i;o to tlio Isthnius with the estimates for tlio next fiscal year and consider them carufully with tho oQiolnls having supervision of ex penditures for nil kind...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 28 September 1907

I 4 'CnKZJmmVmH''l!' I 45UK. &Vv? EH.ING. OML STRAMGELPLnSPEXTlVZLS SLLM THR.OUOH. THE. .SMALL CND Of THL aLASS WITH A CKCJICW AT THL BOTTOM occmbu) nv MLLLKJA .SMITH-nAYTHM rtCTUKU ov AN&tL I liWWIMl' 1 MMMwvvvvwWMVwywyvvwvvwvvvwvvvVvvwyyyMv'iMVM'M THE WELCOME NEWS FROM HOME "I'm goln right In!" declared Abl Jah Crankle, glaring nt tho ofllco boy, who barred his progress. "X don't ttand for no red tape." "Hut Mr. Durbank will boo no one without an appointment," protested tho boy. "Ills orders aro vory Btrlct nnd - "Tom nurbank hain't a Icing, Is ho?" demanded Mr. Cranklo Bcornfully. "I knew him when ho didn't havo nothln'. I'm an Intimate friend nnd he'd glvo juu Tnlahasseo If you try'd to keep tne out!" Mr. Crankle brushod tho boy aside and entered tho prlvato of (Ice of Thomas Worthlngton Uurbank, financier. Perceiving an Intruder, Mr. nur bank aroso from his desk with an angry gesture. "Hollo, Tom!" greeted tho callor. "I'll' bet you didn't expect to sea mo walk in." "Wh...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 28 September 1907

To The End Tlio gnng of parasites thai liavo beon disconnected from thoir warm, flinig places in tho rcooni olecUion dio hard. Dinrcgarding this fact that the outcome was as much a Republican as a Democratic victory because the people won ( hose placemen are canning on ns though high heaven had been ront from Hh moorings and naught iB tioh left but the crash of matter and the wreck of worlds, and all becauso they had to quit drawing pay from the public money and have to get out and earn their li iug like many a thou sand of their fellow citizens. Wo have no ill-feeling against our good Republican friends, especially tho many that voted for statehood and the rulo of tho poopje, but wo aro moved to Clio above remarks by the perus al of an editorial in the (luthrio State Cnpitnl, which pnpercoiitributed more than any other one thing to tho election resulting as it did. In all our newspaper reading, w nover mot with such an unscrupulous, conscienceless sheet as blio Guthrio State Capita...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 30 September 1907

O. K. Historical Society The Daily Democrat. . Vol. i ANADAR.KO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, -SEPTEMBER 30, 1307. NO. 21 A M" I LL HIL TON SPOKE At Randlctt Park Congressman' elect Thanked Caddo County Cotton Bought Yesterday 35 bales from 1140 to 11.50 .oday 20 baloa from 11.00 lo 11.75. Weather l-orecast Washington, Sept. 30 -Okla homa and Indian Territory. Bhowers. full In a short speech, Hon. 12. L. Fulton addrossed the people of tho county Saturday afternoon, expressive of his gratitude and friendliness. Mr. Fulton's re marks wore entirely non-parti- Ban, and woro of suoh a degroe of moderation and good sense as mado every one of his support ers congratulate himself that tho choioo fell upon Mr. Fulton. After expressing his thanks, for the Caddo county vote, Mr. Fulton said a few words with rof orenoe tu the future of Democ racy in Oklahoma, showing tho people that what is wanted is Rood government in their inter est, irrespective of whether it is branded Renubhoan or Demo oratio. ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 30 September 1907

K wu m3 flMMKIKW lrTTH T- v yy retail! In r J in. V7 .-vm 'W nKv AIM VJI vnl In many circles throughout the coun try thcro Is In progress a serious dis cussion as to the advloablllty of curb ing the Immigration flood. This nat urally has lerl up to the question of the immigrant, his value or his menace, and his position In the social machine. The New York Herald has Invited opinions en the subject, nrd presents the views of three men who may reason ably be said to have studied the situation. We reproduco them below: By Sidney A. Reeve. Former Profiwsor of Stonm and Hrdrau Vc Kna'nccr nu nt Worcester Polytocli nl InMltuto mil lecturer nt Harvnrd. Current conversation nnd tho jicrl odlcal pross nro full of condemnation of our lax roatrlctlon of Immigration. All tho evils to which our country Is heir nro oxplalnod by tlio "undoslrnblo hordo" of aliens which la pressing Into tho land with oor Increasing volume. Tho steady Increaao In criminality Avhlch has now bocomo unquestioned Is att...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 30 September 1907

Uyj .1 tit- ir . lTi JPQhF m BHIiB.MijIWSt ELOPING UP-TO-DATE. 'Hha coatless mnn puts a fcarelcss arm ftourxl (ho waist of llio halloas girl. 7Mla over llio dustlcos, inudless roads In t horseless wagon they whirl. TMm a toadies bullot from hammorlcss gun, Dr smokoleas powder driven. wy fly to tosto tha snoechless Joyn Tf endless union given. only luncheon his colnlees purs Affords to them llio means E a tasteless meal of boneless ood, With a dlRh of stringluss beans. Ik smokes Ilia tobaccolcss pipe, Atul laughs a mirthless laugh Wtton papa tries to coax her back Dy wireless telegraph. Mourlco nuthurford, In Llpplccott'o. Trick of the Trade. "How in tho world did yon make tjach a buccoob la this townT" asked Oe first beauty doctor. "Why, I camo here two ycara ago and couldn't mako tm Bait" "Oh, you didn't go about It tho earn a may that I did," replied tho second Beauty doctor with a wink. "How wan that?" "Why, as Boon aa I arrived I told bH tho girls in town that they were feo prot...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 30 September 1907

The Daily Democrat (Daily except Sunday.) H. It. HERNDON, Ed. and 1'ub. EnteTcdfnt the Anndarko, Okln., post ofllco as second clnss mall matter, Jan. 22, 1007. HU1IMCKI1MION HATl'.Ml Dally, L carrier, per week, 10c Dally, by mail, nor year, $3.00 Woekly. by mail, per year. $1.00 Living For An Idea Tho closing of tho sorvico of ono of our local ministers BUgostH a thought upon"tho foolishiroSH of preaching," as SI. Paul characterizes it. iloro is a man moved by considerations that most of us do not feel, mid lo whom most of our daily anxieties and struggles do not appeal. A high place in tho com munity, oHlce, power except to Bervo his cause, and mouoy these things woigh as little with him as may bo. With his natural energy, ho might of been wealthy had he not willfully excluded everything that would tako his time from tho advance ment of tho Great Idea. And now, with his lifo half dono and his best years passing, lio is so littlo concorned to follow tho advico of the Sugo of Avon,"L...

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. — 1 October 1908

'7 O. K, Historical Society Th Daily Democrat )'E ' WIMgBIEW&" VOL. 2. ANADA1UC0. CADDO fOPNTV, OKLA., TIintSSDAY. OCTOIIHH 1, 1008 NO. 210 YOU'RE going to buy some clothes this fall; and we're going to sell some. It's our business to see that th the kind that are the beft for you to buy; and having done t lat, to let you know they're ready, and that's fiM PffwP XXjsST' Copyright 1908 by fit NjSJS. Htt SchifTher & Mrx JWffl ie clothes we have to sell are 's what we are doing here. We have looked the market over carefully: as the larsesl distributors of fin ninths in the Southwest, we can take our choice from the beft. We aim to find and to have for our customers none but the besl. In choosing the clothes for our customers to wear this fall, we find! NOTHING EQUAL TO THE NEW PRODUCTS OF Haiti, Schaffiver . M&rx, ""Society' ' Brand, For C'CMcn Michael, Stern & Co, No concerns making clothes maintain a higher standard of excellence. The clothes we offer you, made expres...

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. — 1 October 1908

SUE HEARST FOR LIBEL Governor Haskell to Seek Re dress for Infamous Charges by Editor Dtclal to (lie Democrat. -Guthrio Okla., Sopt. 20 If tho pnpors can bo, prepared in timo Governor HaBkoll will today filo suit against W. R. Hearst for tho purpose of soouring redreBB for alleged libolouB statonionts pub liehod in tho Honrat nowspapora. It iB poB8iblo thot thoro will bo othor dofondnnta to similar suite. In thiu oonnootion it is oxpeot ed that former Attornoy Gonoral Shoots of Ohio will bo made do londant in ono of tho aovoral suits to bo bogun by Governor HaBkoll. Shoote, it will bo ro mombored, is tho Ohioan who was brought to Oklahoma last year by tho republicans to asaail HaBkoll, then a candidate for governor. Dailygraplis OVednMOny'u Dally.) E. D. Williams will Bturt ! r tho panhandlo of Toxas, with Bovoral raon from Baldwin Jb GibbB oxpooting to invoBt in land Miss Graoo Dunbar returned from Oklahoma City whoro sho has mado tho eooond attempt to attond sohool but waB taken s...

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. — 1 October 1908

JUDGE PRIEST EXPLAINS ALL In Answer to the President He Makes Everything Clear St. Louie, Sept. 30 Judgo Henry S. Priest has given out a etatomont in reply to that portion of Prosidont Roosevelt's reply to William J. Bryan, in whioh ref erence is made to the St. Louis man as a trust attorney who is supporting; Bryan for President. Judge Priost begins by deny ing that ho is an official of the Waters 'Piorct) Oil company, a Standard Oil adjunot. He says that his firm was retained by Henry Clay Pierce in 1004 to represent a minority interest u the defonso of the company in a suit instituted against it by At torney General Hadley of Mis Bouri and that another attorney lor the company was Mr. Nagel, the present Republican commit teeman from Missouri. Judge Priest continues: "But it is added that I daid 'bribery iB a conventional of fenBe.' TheBe words are taken from the middle of a sentonoo in an extomporaneous address to a jury in whioh they were used solely for the purpose of making 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. — 1 October 1908

c KICKED OUT AT T. L. Russell Expelled from Membership in Demo cratic Club There Ardmoro, Okla., Oot. 1. Hob olutiona wore adoptod at n moot ing of tho domoorn'io olub last night condemning L, T. Rueaoll, editor of tho Morning Domoorat, und oxpolling him from member ship in tho olub. .Rueaoll 1b tho man who gavo out tho statement to tho Aaeooia tod Prcsa in KanBaa City, criti cizing W. J. Bryan and Gover nor Haskoll. Tho rosolutiona atato that tho editor hao oommittod treason against tho domooratio party in attempting to plaoo tho otato ad ministration in a false tight and thst ho i'b unworthy of oonfi donoo and unfit to assooiate with loyal domoorata. RosolutionB wore alao adoptod endorsing tho ontiro atato admin iatration. THE TRUE TEST Tried in Anadarko, It Has Stood the Test Tho hardest tost ia tho toat of timo, and Doan'a Kidnoy Pills havo alood it well in Anadarko. Kidnuy aufforors oan hardly nsk for Btrongor proof than tho fol lowing: Mrs. N. M. Tumor, Cor. A St. and IS Bound...

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