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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 2 October 1908

O. K. Historical Society Th Daily Democrat VOL. 2. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKM., FRIDAY. OCTOUHU 1, 1008 NO. 211 : -'-KnaanBHBHMaHIHHHHHnHHnggMnHngaaHnaBH YOU'RE going to buy some clothes this fall; and we're going to sell some. It's our business to see that the clothes we have to s ill are the kind that are the beft for you to buy; and having done I mt, to let you know they're ready, and that's what we are doing here. We have looked the market over carefully; as the largest distributors of fine clothes in the Southwest, we can take our choice from the besl. We aim to find and to have for our customers none but the beft. SsSs. Hart Scbi.Tner & Mint WW For Young Men aid Men Who Stsxy Younrf. In choosing the clothes for our customers to wear this fall, we find NOTHING EQUAL TO THE NEW PRODUCTS OF Hart, Schaffner B, Marx, "Society" Brand, Michael, Stern & Co. No concerns making clothes maintain a higher standard of excellence. The clotheswe offer you, made expressly for us by t...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 2 October 1908

THE ANADAR.KO DAILY DEMOCRAT Published Every Evening Except Sunday. A. S. ROBERTS, EDITOR. SUQSOmPTION RATES: Delivered by Cnrricr, - Hy Mail, payable in advance, - Entered at the I'ostofllcc at Anadarko, Okla., as second clas mail matter. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1008. DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Prtsiltlontlnl Klsctora. fViiU1 for Sevon) j J 8- M. UUTIIlSKI-'OJtD. I j OKoitnn c. wnrrnsiiiTiisT. I 01IOKOI3 BOWMAN. I D. W. DRUNNON. McDOUHALL. TON S. LHSTUR. J. K. OllinONS. For Justice of Supreme Court. Second District. (Vote for Ono from Unch District) D H. I,. WILLIAMS. For Justice of Supreme Court. Fourth Dlotrlct (Voto for Ono from Hnoli DlHlrlct.) D SAMUIOL W. II AYES. For Corporation Commissioner. A V. WATSON. rorOonerettmnn. 2ml District ELMER E. FULTON. n Tor Stale 8enator GEO. O. JOHNSON. Tor flcproentatlvrt. (Vote for Two) j JOE SMITH j J. S. HELL NOTE: Bryan's nuiiic will nut ap pear on ii. utile . ..... way to Holster your otu for Intn I to vote for the uo on democratic can didate...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 2 October 1908

ALL IS READY FOR EXHIBIT Farmers Bringing in their Pro ducts for the Big Show Evorything is in roadinoss for the opening of tho Caddo county Farm Produot Exhibit whioh will opon tomorrow in tho Chancy Roads building on Broadway and Friday a largo numbor of farmers brought In thoir oxhibits and tho committees began tho worlc of listing and arranging them for the show. Thn room has been npeoiully arrange 1 for the exhibito and oaoh artiole will bo sr placed as to show it off to tho best advan tage. Evorything indicates that this yoar's eerioa of exhibits will oxcell anything of the kind over given in western Oklahoma and tho committees are muoh gratifi od with tho interest being shown by tho farmers in tho thow Tho exhibit is for tho farmers of Cad do county and Anadarko is bar red, giving tho farmers full bonofit of the exhibit Eivo hundrod dollars in prizes have boon donated by tho mer chants! of Anadarko and all aro pulling together to mako this yoar's exhibits successful in overy ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 2 October 1908

Report of tho Condition or The National Bank of Anadarko at Anadarko, in the State of Oklahoma, at the close of business. SEPTEMBER 23, 1908. WHILE INNOCENT, WISHES TO NOT EMBARRASS HIS PARTY WE WILL BE CLOSED E Monday Oct. 5th WILL DEAL WITH ACCUSED MAN TO MAN I On Account of Jewish Holiday bhe Fair Depi Store ONE MILLION FROM TAXES The State Board of Equalization Fixes Levy at One and One Fourth Mills Quthrlo, Okln., Oot. 2 Tho atato bourd of equalization line announced that tho ruto of lovy for stato purpoBon on nil propor ty subject to diroot taxation would bo 14 millBon tho dollar. Tho lovy iB for tho purpoao of oroating tho fund to moot tho obligations of tho olato ndniinis: tration during tho period of 10't months, from Novombor 10, 1007, to Juno 30, 1000. At tho rate cetabliphod by tho board tho lovy for ono year would bo about oight'tonthB of ono mill. In Oklahoma Territory, laot year, publio Botvioo corporation property was about J-G of tho grand total. This J ear it is 7 ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 3 October 1908

' K' or., Soccty Th Daily Democrat V? ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKL.A , SV'LTRDAY. OCTOMM H, 100S (). 212 VOL. 2. CANNING PLANT FOR ANADARKO Commercial Club Endeavoring to Locate Large Concern from Another State Tho Commeroial club hold a mooting Friday evening in tho offioo of tho Boorotary, P. J. Jor genson, to oonsidor several mat ters of importanco pertaining to tho work of tho olub and tho ad vancement of tho genoral inter. eBts of the oity. Among ono of the moBt im portant matters considered was tho question of aeounng the lo cation in Anadarko of a largo canning factory, now operating in another state, whioh desires to seouro a now looation booause of tho inability of tho farmers in tno vioinity of tho presont plant to furnish sufficient produot. The oompany operating tho plant is a substantial ono, at present capitalized at 810,000, but which propoBesto double this capital Bhould it deoido on lo eating in Anadarko. Tho plant, when running full timo in tho season, will omploy b...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 3 October 1908

I IN THE LIMELIGHT I DEMOCRATIC hcHl of It. Mu was with llrynn throughout the campaign mill mm thcienfter. It wiih ehlelly iih n lemilt of IiIh loyalty to llry nn that he iih honored with hi pieHent olllce. Flu o: nix cihb ago Mack cinim mil with u terrifying wnrnliiK to lit Mlow DeiuoerutN in Hlutt h that wem not holdliiK fiiHl to the true Ilryan fultl' in their nrlous state plntforniH. Mo declared thnt unless they stuck by tho platform and tho Ideate of tho lii utilized nemocracy ho saw an awful siuuHhup coming JiiMt down the rond n wnv. There would he a third party, headed hy Ilryan, Ccnrgo Fred WIIIIiiiiim. Tillman, Towno and othera, and they would write "paHHe" on tho good old Democracy and send It to tho scrap heap. Thin awful warning wan Intended to drive David Dennett Mill, llelmont, Tagturt and other Democrats or ullogod Republican tendencies tuirryltiK to the woods to avert the tdmoon. TIiIh year Mack wiih one of the emly birds of the Ilryan movement In the Democracy. Whil...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 3 October 1908

.. ..ii. i i , ii -- ' up THE M1CAM MII HEN TWt1.TfV4' . - VT3 ) jbr COUNTING NOSES. IIi:N Mb boh to the table, and rretcndi to IW tlio roses A-staudlr.' on tlio i ciitorploec, She ain't she's coitntln' noses! A fancy salad Ma once made, 'Twns Jtint enough for six. She'd cut three, or niiKOs In linlf That left her In n llx. You see, hIic flllc il p a v h mange half, Willi currants f r s Ii - u nd i heirle. Two were for her nml I'll two moro W o r o Uncle I 'rnnk's u n d Mary's. They looked dead swell on lettuce leaves With yellow mayonnaise; And Mn put rlKht on top of each Some pretty currant sprays. Uut, Oee! there wcie Juiit two halve left 1'or old Doc Smith nnd wife. 1'oor me! my Ma can't rcnllr.e I'm grown to buvo her life. And io, when "We are seven," there'd b Seven places, vnuM suppose; Hut, J'vo observed, In company, Ma never counts my nosol An Evening at Home. This was called n Postal-Card party, nnd it is n simple matter to arrange, one now that our homes ate well pro vide...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 3 October 1908

THE ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT Published Every Kvcning Except Sunday. A. S. ROBERTS, EDITOR. SUBSCRIPT Dullvorcd liy Carrier, By Mail, payable in advance, Entered at the I'oitoffico at Anadnrko, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1008. Must Furnish Sorvico U, S. Pawkolt, truffic manngor of the, Fort Worth, Tox., froight buroiui, is authority for tho tatomont thnt tho National In iluutrial Traffio Loaguo with ap proximately 40,000 mombore, will urjjc boforo the next session of aoaaion of Congress tho passage of a bill embodying Hubstantially tho propositions contained in tho Culborson-Smith oar and trans portation sorvioo bill whioh waB introduoed in both Iioubos at tho last session. Tho bill authorizes tho Interstate Commoroo Com mission to enforce tho rules rog ulating interfilato oommoroe, contending that thoro is no ade quate law at this time. Mr. I'awkott says tho loaguo, of whioh tho Fort Worth buroau is a subordinate body, will urgo such legislation with a viow to roquiring tho railroads topro...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 5 October 1908

K. "IctorJcnt Society Tli Daily V7 ANADAIUCO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., .MONDAY. OCTOBER 5, 100N VOL. 2. NO. 21.3 Democrat. FT. COBB LOSES 10 ANADARKQ Local Players Make a Rally in the Seventh and Pull Out a Victory Anadarko and- Fort Cobb mot again on tho looal diamond Sun day and Anadarko again oamo off tho victor with a soore of 0-0, Ft. Cobb lod with the run get ting, putting two men over tho plato in the firat and two in tho Becond inning. Tho game looked liko Ft. Cobb's until tho Boventh inning when tho looal boys jumped on Estos, tho Cobb pitoher, and landed on tho ball at will getting in five soores. Thoy had run in two sooreB bo foro, one in the fourth and one in tho fifth making a total of eovon. AnadarKo Btarted off badly, making soveral bono head playa in the first and seoond innings, settled down nnd baoked up their pitoher. The main reason for Anadarko winning this game as well aB many othors ia in the way that o matter how bad the game looks Liey play base ball until tho l...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 5 October 1908

CUPID FLAYS MERRY PRANKS ON Retains Faith in Young Lover ONCi: In n while hue cant "find a waj," hut gropes about bllndlj fur a limit In Hip darkness ntiil then cIiiiiiki'H hln inlnil Of emu ho HiIh Ih mil the nnl Vclml nf lne, hut Hint Hpuihins piiHHlon which mlstaki-H ItM'ir. When ii tiling inn it wnutK In iiinrrj a Miiiian oh! enough to he IiIk ginnd inother Cupid legmds the affair iih ii meie Joke anil feeln JiiHtlltul In inter fering to Mop the niateh Frank Hickman of CIiipIiiiihiI. O.. If onl 1M jeiiia old, hilt he nut a loiiianllo Mrcitk mill ileclileil that he wanted to marry Mrs. Hngenback, a widow of r.r. At leant that Ih what the widow thought. She put on her wedding gown and repalied to St. Paul's C'alli idle elnireh, wheie the coieninu) whh to he performed The wedding guotttH weie theie and the hilde whh KtniliiiK happily. Hut the Millie 'hanged fiom nnluial ni'hK Into a M't, mechanical giln. The widow, reHplendent In hei wetldlng .finery, plullll) hhnwod slgilH of uiio...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 5 October 1908

m Dresses tor (KM: Ivf- PUfJM A Lost Bargain OOK By Charles Poole Cleaves UWCL JAm GM a (Cop) right, by Sltorlstory Tub. Co.) NTtRNffiONAfe i tXT LrffiARY U?EAl h In rV a iv&kiy jHmtmr orwwimfiottu, exchange mm 7W SttlttUamAN JM7l7277(JN IN WASHINGTON. Uncle Sam Is doing his best nt the dissemination of literature. He Ih i'.t tho head of a mighty International book exchange which annually handles about 200,000 packages of hooka ag gregating half a million pounds in weight, and which are distributed to all parts of the globe. It Is the gov ernment'a clearing house for official and scientific literature, and is known as the international exchange system or the Smithsonian exchanges. Most of the shipments made contnln full seta of United States government documents for authorized depositories, and the balance consist of depart mental and other publications for miscellaneous correspondents. The lists of Smithsonian exchange corre spondents include about 00,000 sepa rate addresses. T...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 5 October 1908

T a- 1 u , I THE ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT JVublished Every Evening Except Sunday. A. S. ROBERTS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Delivered by Cnrrter, 10c per week. Uy Mail, payable in advance, .... $3.00 a year. Entorcd at the I'osloflkc at Anadarko, MONDAY, OCTOBER fi, 1008. Ohio For Bryan Tho roault of tho first day'e rogiatration in Ohio assuroa a Domoorntio viotory in tho Buok oyo atato on Novombor -1. In Cinoinnati, tho homo of "William II. Taft, 5,000 loaa votora Togiatorod than on tho aamo day vfour years ago, while In Clovo land thoro was a falling off of 10,000. What doea this condition moan? aaka tho KaneaB City Poet. Stop and look at tho situation for a momont. Thoro iB no split or faotional dieoord among Ohio Domoorats. Undor tho loadorohip of Judson Harmon tho Domooraoy of Ohio ia unitod an novor boforo in tho hiatory of tho atato. It will pro aont a aolid front to tho onoiny on olootion day, and tho Domo orats who do not go to tho pollB will bo only thoao whom im porativo ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 6 October 1908

O. Iv, UUiorfeal Socleli Daily Democrat. TH V7 ANADAHKO. (WDDO COUNTY, OKLA., 'ITRS.DAY. OCTOBER G, 1908 NO. 214 VOL. 2. BIDSF1B0ND5 ARE ASKED FOR Council takes Another Step Forj ward in the River Dam Proposition eorvioo. Several other matters of a rou tine nature woro disposed of, the usual '.monthly billB being allowed. At the meeting of the oity oounoil Monday night, stepa were token whioh will bring about an early aotion in the mat ter of the ordering of the dam aoross the Washita river for tho purpose of providing oheap wat er power for the oity. Tho spe cial oommitte havintr the matter in ohargo was instruoted to ad vortiBo for bids on an ieaue of $100,000 in 20 year 6 and 5 per oont bonds, for the purpose of ascertaining for just what am ount tho bonds roav be sold, it boinc the nurnose to have tho suoooBsful bidder direot tho ole otion in order that there may be no irregularity that might frus trate tho purpose of the olootion. These bids will be sealed bids each bid to bo a...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 6 October 1908

ffijfpffs.cvPi.oierv PJ53MJJvazwivwvu, cti; 69 d -W W "W "ST P &""& sZ 'W T ' & A && 49 M HI t f T .OJ H K3 Hi - ' m r til " Z ra -w j hk km an jvj m .a m l.h S6 JLtf M4 W tBV U'fl Wlf" BT 'k El JL Vj) LJl uSLk. JL-' ljL. JIL HINFR9' CO up I Bjr GEORGE 'BA'RTOJSf How the Chief Figured in Illicit Whiskey Case Which Brought Him Friendship of General Grant. Fame anc t1- rHfftSNwsctFv uu2isavNi3VitvuVtf vuavSNJitauj lis M U IIk MU or April, 1X71, Fi.uicIh U. Kelly wim gtautod leave if nbsonro rniiii tho Philadelphia po lice force nnil dhected to ii'poti to .Iiiiikm .1 Iliooks, .it (lie ( Into piomlnenl as .1 tlcleetiw In the United Ml aim secret service. '1'lie purpose oT his as iKiiniint wan kept a pro round socict. Ily np- poltilineiit, lie met De tective IIiooI.h at the leiiimyl winla It.ult t.-itl station In Phil adelphia, ,iiil when lie started not uvea the memhets oT tils family know Ills destination or tlio put pone of Ills Journey. When Kelly met Urooks at tl...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 6 October 1908

Wwm trfunfflr1 LA BALDWIN ANCIENT "FOOT FERIIY." Means ef Communication Between Vir ginia and Maryland Shores. Klrhniond, Vn. Tho "f'wt ferry" Is & So? ra" l'i El va m KvCti S" rLI M to l' (EETTStFMLm ODD SIGHTS WHICH WILL AMERICAN SAILORS THERE roMsak&U' ' interior or srticwfc ccwfnruiL flMBft f iBllPi u HniflLflaySf'ifiS vBBssBBBBBBBKBSFfrBBBBL WLTttF LADY Not tho least Interesting of all the places at which tho Amorlcan fleot will touch In Ita nail 'round tho earth will bo tho ltttlo iHland of Malta, In the Mediterranean sea, south of Sic ily. There tho great lleet of battle ships will stop on its way homo from the Pacific to tho Atlantic, via tho Suez canal. Outside of diplomatic, naval and military circles, little Is known of this mere speck upon tho map of Europe. Students of history will perhaps re call the presence thero of Napoleon I., who pillaged the churches, stripping them of their gold nnd silver, and shipping tho booty away, only to havo lils vessel founder in...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 6 October 1908

NEW SHORT COATS COPY THE TISTIC STYLE OF THE LINEN DUSTERS. An Comfortable for Outings and for Cool Weather Days One Seen Trimmed with Bright Red Turkey Cotton. Yoiiiik glrln at tlic Hiiuiiiior resort huvo i-oplt'il tliH urllHtlc linen dusters In short Htr.ilnlit co.itH, to ho worn for ontliiRs ainl for cool wuutlier daytf. Thoy hnve alHu koiio down the lino until they Imvo reached tho chlldrcn'H ilepnrtmont, whoro brilliant effects with tho nattual tnlor as the founda tion hav heoti worked out. One jotiug nil I'm coat made ot an ctra coarfl6 Kraile of roiiuh linen is trifnraed with brlRht red turkey cotton. It is sltiRlebroaBtt'd, cut off a low Incbei boiow IiIih, In fantcned with rrny buttons and lias lmnicnno rcvoro running from ahouldcr to hem of the matcnal with n two Inch binding of tutkey rftfl. 'i'licro is a IiIrIi mtlltur) collar of thn material nllh a wldo, swooping turn oror 0 rob. anil tho elcoves. wlilcli rtacli to the wrist, havo four-Inch gauntlet cuffs of linen with ...

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. — 7 October 1908

O. K. HlstoHoal Soclotr Daily Democra Th A. I. C7 ANADAttKO. ('ADDO COUNTY, OKLA., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 7, 100S Ci. 2. NO. 215 RENO ROAD HAS BACKING mith & Western Will nance the Now South ern Line. al to tho Democrat. I Reno, Okla., Oot. 7 The Reno, Rod Rivor & Paotfio Ivay is now known to have fi- oial baoking of H. C. Friok, If owner of tho Ft Smith stern, A party of men rep uting his interests arrived morning in thoir privato oar had an extended conferonco i tho El Reno promoters, L. onnell rnd H. C. Bradford. a result it waB definitoly do- d to begin work within 30 s, and to pusn tno oonBiruoi through to a point on tho bnt, probably Altua. he bonds of tho now railroad bo gmarantood by tho Fort tth & Westorn and H. C. hk, and all arrangements for noes aro complete. Tho vis- s attbnding the oonferenoe o. W E. Crano,vioe president M. Buehnell, general manag B. F. Beokmrn, Buporinten- lit; J. J. Qibson, general ght and passenger agent, and E. Goodrioh, superintendent Inot...

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 October 1908

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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 October 1908

Wm LFSBdDM or CHALMERS MITCHELL D. Jc., LL.D., r?5, SECRETARY OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON V'fiffl fflC SGERIArt msn .'O.TiJiJ1iJCinBIIiiJllr i Ji'WK-iWi ii mig m ..PJlfc. . .'' I I 'I - 3t XV-7 .1 TWO PLAYFUL POLAR 3EAR& Tho London Zoological gardens illf-1 fpr in two nHiipntH from tho vast inn- Jorltj of similar instltiitlmiH In Europe nnd America, nnil these differences liavo much to do with their pnst his tory and future development. In the Hist place, tho Zoological society of London, which created nnd maintains the gardens, enjoys no nubsidy from tho state or tho municipality. It pays lent for Its ground, and rates and taxes; It has to support the vast ex penses of Its scientific work, of the erection and maintenance of buildings, of tho neccBsnry staff, commissariat, advcitlslng, and cost and carrlugo of animals, except In those fortunate casus where nnlmals are presented nnd delivered free. Its revenue Is derived from receipts at the gates, fiom occasional sales, ...

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 October 1908

THE ANADARJKO DAILY DEMOCRAT published Every Evening Except Sunday. A. S. ROBERTS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES; Delivered by Carrier, ----- JOc per week. By Mail, pnyablc in ndvnnce, .... 53,00 a yCar. Entered at the Postoflicc nt Anndnrko, Okln., ns second dags mail matter. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1008. It is a faroo to havo a hido bound Ropublioan oandidato like Dick T. Morgan go about pro claiming that tho Inititativo and oforondum aro Ropublioan doo trlrrffs. Mo takes tho stato oj Oregon aB his ehining oxamplo, but fails to rooall tho wild attaokB 00 'Ino Oklahoma Constitution mode by himself and hiu pio countor brothorn laBt year, when IhoBo propoBitionB woro ridiculed by thom, "Word oomes from tho various towns whoro Morgan has spoken that tho faithful woro dissap pointod at his spooohos. As ho hnrps continually on his nine oon yoars rosidonoo and stato affairs, it is apparont that his spooohos aro not voto getters. No man will oontond that be aauso Morgan has boon in Okla homa n...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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