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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 18 February 1907

The Daily Democrat s ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 18. 1907. NO, 25. Wrr i eF SPECIAL ELECTION To determine whether or not the people of An adarko and vicinity wish t7age of MILLER'S Furniture S-ta. The qaaimcatlon. arc easy and you can 8et out at your own price. AH women are invUec. PolU .W I. .wt T ij - FVHMTUKIS ArSJJ i..AUL'ivin. Il. ij. iiii"i - r : , - Territorial Oil Report Guthrie, Okla. Fob. 10 Frank A. Ashton, territorial oil inspect or, today has filed his monthly report with Governor Frantic, nnvnrinn- tho amount of oil in speotod during tho month. Ho show 183,000 gallons of ooal oil and 188,65 1 gallons of gawlino inepuotod.a total of 10,358 barrels. In fees he reoeivod $1,870.75, of which $-M1.10 was rotninod by deputies as salary, tho romaindor boing turnod into tho territorial troasury. IQMMIS'RS PROCEEDINGS Tho board of county commis loners met this 25th day of Jan uary, 1007, at 10 o'olook a. ra. Presont, C. G. Fisnor, onairmiwi A.n.Punon and U. V. i,o...

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 February 1907

A UNIQUE PHOTOGRAPH PARTY. n Indian This man Is the only full-blooded Indlnn In the ring. Gregg Is of the Navajo tribe and makes his home In Washington, where he owns a ranch. He has n long string of victories to his credit since entering the fighting game. "Big Nine" Conference Votes Agciist Reforms Only One of Proposed Changes In Football Rules Meets with Favor of Officials. Tho "big nlno" conference nt Kb recent meeting at Chicago voted down nil the lefoiiuR proponed at the liiBt meeting In December, except tlmt ))ioH)Bltlou which sets a nnlfoim date lor beginning football practice. The iiindlllcHtlons in existing stilii Kent athletic inlos which weio recom mended at the previous conference weio as follows: 1. fixing n uniform limit for begin ning football practice on September 2. Ktcndlng the fiH)tball lilaylng fichedule from the to seven giuneti for oHch team. ;t. ISllmlunling rotroactlve fentuies of the three year eligibility nile so an not to affect student who entered col le...

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 February 1907

1 ........... MAA..Annj"LAjtst'WV IV V, T1 T T1 E TX TX V TIM OOOOOOOOC 00O00)0000000000wowuuuvvwvwwvwv VI A I 1 1 K l ! I ! K I 1 K I I i "nwj a.jvv. wi PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT i OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO i KIPLING OF AMERICAN NAVY REMARKABLG SPEED ON FRENCH RAILROAD LINE. ' W ) ;; " fa isPa James IV Connolly In the latest friend of rheodoro Itoosovolt to get tho president Into trouble. Admiration for the brilliant young iu ton writer, It la said, led tho president to suggest lo hlm that he become tho "Kipling oi me lean Navy." Accordingly Mr. Connolly has on- listed ns n "yeoman." Ho will lie a yeoman uu yet not ft yeoman. In order that his iinpresslons nt lio Amnripnn navv may not be one-SNioti or prejudiced ho will have full run of any battleship on which ho may be. Kvery door from tho offl cers' quarters to tho stokehold will bo open to him. Ho will havo a nice little cabin all to him self In which to Indite vlvftl and wonderful tales that shall mako the ...

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 February 1907

MIL The Land and Loan fafc!" ' Bargains In Good Farms For a Fine Home or Investment. Best of Verms on Sfarm Loans, It Will Pay You to Sec Me Before Closing a Loan. or write your noeda, nnd I will ! the rest. From the li cd arc look 1 ' Tlio Liuid and Loan Man, Anadarko, Okln. at holow nnv one wnntim! n good homo can certninly bo ploas- Thao nro only a fow snmplofl of what I have. If you do not mo what you fng for hero, call on tno nt my olllce, first door wont oi postomcB, ironi No. B. 1G0 acres, 100 aeroa in culti vation, 35 fenced 1" pMture; 'i room houw, good well, ftrRnry, iUble; 7 milei from railroad town. 1'rico $22.60 per acre. No. 7. 100 iicroi, 70 acre in cultiva tion, 80 fenced in (mature, balance in gran: orchard, pood well. 150 acres tillnhlo 10 acre timber, 1 mile IokIiooI 5 miles to railroad town. $22 ier acre. No. 91. 163rcre, 1R0 acre tillable smooth land, 70 acres in cultieation.lml nni'ii in ii'Miw: house, orrhard. stable: fenced and cross fenced; in good neixli-' ...

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 February 1907

The Daily Democrat. )L. I. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FEBRUARY 19. 1907. No, 26. SPECIAL ELECTION YES To determine whether or not the people of An- NO I' uuuinu uiiu Yll.11111 WISH to take auvantage of MILLER'S Furniture Sale. The qualifications are easy and you can get out at your own price. All women are invited. Polls dose March 1, M. I. MIIJL15R, rumuuKJi iVi-si v-iXicA-jvi . ----- A.rvAlAUKO, OICLA. Court House Services The sorvioo tit tho Court Houeo tlaat night by Beach & Beach was well attondod. Tho subject of Idiscourflo, "Tho Throe Links !from ,arth to Heaven." Tho first link, "The Deity Love"; I tho Bocond, '"The Chriet, Uio Crosa or Ransom" and the third, Man Faith, tho Redeemed. The sermon was well handled land verv instructive, leaving im- Ipressions of n higher ideal of tho divino purposo in man. The some text, John 3-10. win Ibe used tonight. Tho subject, "Greatest Things in tho World, fDrummondV The subject for IWedneeday night will bo "Tho Message of a S...

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 February 1907

Anadarko Daily Democrat ANADAUKO, OKLA. Impure Air. Tho Importance of vontllntlon and of n constant supply of fieah air In II v-ins-rooms and wherever uinn abides, whether steeping or wnklng, has often been mentioned In these columns. Without nlr llfo It ImiKissthle, and un lasts (lint nlr liu nindonitoly pure, lionlth uatinot be maintained, although it li astonishing, mid a proof of the wonderful adniitntlon of living being to their environment, to note how groat nn amount of Impure air can he endured with seeming Impunity. There are two form of Impurity In the nlr guioous and solid. The gases, those roiultliiK from tho exhalation from the limit, and In city homes from the little, unnoticed leaks from the gas pipes and from defective plumbing, aro the most Injurious. For the removal of theso, says New York Weekly, free ventilation from open wlnodws and opon llreplaoes I most efficacious, but lit Is of little service In the removal of the other kind of Impurity; that Is to say, the ...

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 February 1907

MAYOR OF SUNBURY Soya Po-rtx-na Is a Good Medicine. Hon. C. C. Ilrooks, Mayor of Sun bury, Ohio, also Attorney for Farm ers' Bank and Sunbury Building and Loan Co., writes: "I havo tho utmost confidence In the virtue of Peruna. It Is a great medicine. I havo used It and I havo known many of my friends who havo obtained beneficial results from Its uso. cannot praise Peruna too highly." THERE! nro a host of petty ailments which aro tho direct result of tho weather. This is moro truo of tho oxccsslvo heat of summer and tho Intense, cold of winter, but la partly truo of all sensons of tho year. Whether It bo a cold or a cousjh, citarrh of tho head or bowl complaint, whether tho llvor bo affected or tho kidneys, tho causo la very Hablo to bo tho same. Tho weather slightly deranges tho mucous membranes of tho organs and tho result Is some functional dlseaso. Peruna fins become a standby In thousands of homes for minor all' menls of this sort. Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almnnnc for ...

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 February 1907

Driskell, The Lend and Loan Man Bargains In Good Farms For a Fine Home or Investment, 'Best of lerms on farm Loans, It Will Pay You to Sec Mc Before Closing a Loan. or wrlto your needs, nnd I will do the rest. From the lint holow nny one wnnting a good home enn certainly bo pleas ed. Thatu arc only n few natnplm of what I have. If you do not boo what you nro looking for hore, call on mo at my oillco, drat door wot of pontofllco, front part of Democrat olllce, or write G. 1). DRISKELL, The Land and Losin Man, Anadarko, Okla. No. G. 100 aero, 100 acre in culti vation, afi foneed in pasture; 2 room hoiiitt, irotwl wpII, granary, stable; 7 r. Jon from railroad town. Price $SS2.dO Kt acre. No. 7. 100 acros, 70 acreii in cultiva tion, 80 fenced in pasture, balance in gruM; orchard, wood wall. . 150 acres tillable 10 acrefl timber, 1 mile to school 5 miles to railroad town. $22 per ncre. No. 0-1. 16.1 acros, ifiO acres tillable smooth land, 70 acres in cuitioation.lml nco in grnwi; house, ...

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 February 1907

mocrat VoL. J. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 21. 1907. No, 26. ELECTION To determine whether or not the people of An adarko and vicinity wish YES to take anvantage of MILLER'S Furniture Sale. The qualifications are easy and you can get out at your own price. AM women arc invited. Tolls close March I, M. 1. MILI-KK ----- FUUNITrulS AND OAUiI5TS. ----- ANADAUKO, OKLA. The Daily De SPECIAL SCHOOL LAND MAY BE SOLD Convention Debate Results In Compromise On Impor tant Question. Guthrie, Okla., Feb. 20 A oompromise was reaoheil on the Bohool land question in tho con Btitutional convention this after noon whoreby tho disposal of tho Bohool lands is left in tho hands of the state legislature. Tho section referring to the sale of the school landB is tho minority report of the committee, with several amendments, tho moat important of which is the ono saying that tho legislature may sell the school lands, adopt ed in lieu of the declaration that tho legislature shall sell them. Th...

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 February 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAIIiY AND VKKICIV HEKNIJON I1UOS., I'ubliaheni. Entered nt the Poalolllco nt Anadarko, Okln., no second clans mail matter. m'IIHCIUI'1-ION ItATltHl Dnllv. liv pnrrior. nor week. 10c Daily, by mail, per year, Weekly, by mail, per year, frc.oo 1.00 Tho present cold wnve mny ninko uh put on hunv ior clothing, but ib in n blessing in (linguist). It will proven 1j the wheat from jointing- and the fruit trees from bouixoonniiig and con sequent heavy damage from a late freeze. Tho suggestion in made to tho Commercial club that tho Otto Wells addition will doubtless be sold this spring and summer, and that there is an opportunity for a stock show, or something of tho sort, which will shake things loose in this part of the moral vineyard. In another column will be found iMr. Conley's protest against tho award made by tho city council of the side walk work to tho Connelly Construction Company. In tho Democrat's account of the council meeting, the facts wore stated as th...

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 February 1907

jr I (n)' FULLER BROS' (Closing Out S&Je BMpMW vrm7zztrjmtJ.wjrw.,7ivrAmm wwmEi m jfv i isi'i uit-vi AT COST AND BELOW! Our Entire Stock of Groceries Must Go in 10 Days, In Small Lots and Case Lots. We Quote Prices On a Few Articles To Show We Are Right: f Best Pat. Flour, 100 lbs, $1.75 Navy Beans 7 lbs - - .25 Lima beans, 4 lbs - - .25 A & H Soda, 4 lbs - - .25 Chrys. White soap, 8 bars .25 Matches, 3 boxes - - .10 Starch, 4 pkgs - - - .25 Best Corn, 4 cans - - .25 Prunes, 4 lbs - - - .25 KGBak'g Powder, 25 oz. .15 Good Luck Bak'g Powder .05 & Eagle Lye, 4 cans .25 Granted Sugar, 20 lbs $ 1 .00 Pumpkins, S 3 cans - .25 Hominy, tick1 3 cans Kraut, pick1 3 cans Onion Sets, per qt., Breakfast Food, 4 pkgs Maccarona, 4 pkgs Shred Cocanut, 4 pgs -Crackers, per lb. - -Toilet Soap, 4 bars Cal. Peaches, 3 lb cans Pickles, sour & sweet, doz .05 Coffee, was ?ic Now - .20 .25 .25 .10 .25 .25 .25 .06 .05 .12 EVERYTHING AT PROPORTIONATE PRICES. We Invite Consumers and Merchants...

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 February 1907

T fWJ 4 I WQWjmmmmmmmmmmGQQ& $ ; 1 1 Want POULTRY & EGGS Will pay cash for Hides, J -ri .Poultry and JtLggs. t MAIN STREET, A V Sfraftftfl t (at Door East of Windsor Hotel Jt ! JliaiLUIl J ! FOR SALE CHEAP Residence property in Anadarko. Four room house, good improvements Address Box 176, B AivaLdaurko, Okla. J WANTS and FOR SALE Insurance Buldwin & GibbB Agonoy con BiBtfl of ten old lino insurance oorapunipfl, including tho Contin ental, of New YorK.and tho Con neotiout of Hartford. Tho Con tinontul'n hsboIh iiro ovor seven noon million dollars. Their loss nt Sun Francisco was nearly two million dollurH.und yotthoy wero tho first of all tho companies to comploto tho adjustment of their lOBHos. rniB agonoy insures againni fire, lightning and torna dos, also writes plato glass in surance. 10 tf WINDSOR HOTEL Now management. W. S. MoFarlano, who built tho hotel, and managed it for two yoars prior to L. J. MorriBon, is now in charge. Tho budding has loon thoroughly renovate...

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. — 22 February 1907

F X It Democrat Dally VoL.. YES N0 I to take an vantage of MILLER'S Furniture Sale. GOV. FRANTZ ON 'JIM CROW LAW But -Like Democrats Hn Says the Omission Will Dis please the People Guthrie, Okln , Fob. 21 Speaking at a meeting of locul ro publicaiiB in the Brooks theatre here tonight, Governor Frunk Frantz declared positively that President Roosevelt will reject the constitution if it contains a "Jim Crow" clause. Tho statement created quite a Sensation, not only among re puMifiuiH who were prosent, but among delegates to the constitu tional convention who attended the meeting. In referring to tho separate ooaoh question Govornor Frantz said that it Beemoii to him that i hud taken the democrats an 'awful long time'' to discover the olauso in the enabling act which provents any discrimina tion between tho races. FTe quoted the delegates in tho conven ion, saying that they were d d if they do and d d if thev dont;" that if they incor porate the clauso the president will withhold Iub p...

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. — 22 February 1907

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT DAlIiY AND WKKKIA HEKNDON DUOS., Publishers. Entoretl at the Postoffico at Anndarko, Okla., as second class mull mutter. Ht.'IIHCIIII'riON IIATKHI Dally, ly enrriur, per week, Dally, by mail, per year, WeoKly, by mull, pur year, 10c S. 00 $1.00 Mormonism in the Sonntc Tho kH'pinj of Hiwl Smooti in the son n too is no moro t.lwin tho turning of n polilicnl trick, tho effect, of which will ho to koop Utnli and Idnho in tho llopublicnn column. iNot ninny puopii will bo foolud into bulinving tho high Mown speeches in thoCongrei-Hionnl Hocortl in rpgnrd to putting n innn out; becniiHo of his religion. Tho proposition merely gobs tho Mormon vote into the Kopubliciui pnrb.v. Tho vote whorob.y Ueod Smoot-wns kept in his sent is tho gron test help that tho cnuso of woman s suffrage has had in many a day. Aso it loads up tho Itopuh licfiti senate with another foul and vicious indictment, which like Mnnquo's gost will not down. Tho women of tho nation now remain to bo hea...

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. — 22 February 1907

11 4 m&M&M$MJPMJIM T T7T n T CD KDri?' X Clo sing Out AT COST AND BELOW! Our Entire Stock of Groceries Must Go in 10 Days, In Small Lots and Case Lots. We Quole Prices On a Few Articles To Show We Are Right: Best Pat. Flour, 100 lbs, $1.75 Navy Beans 7 lbs - - .25 Lima beans, 4 lbs - - .25 A & H Soda, 4 lbs - - .25 Chrys. White soap, 8 bars .25 Matches, 3 boxes - - .10 Starch, 4 pkgs - - - .25 Best Corn, 4 cans - - .25 Prunes, 4 lbs - - - .25 K C Bak'g Powder, 25 oz. .15 Good Luck Bak'g Powder .05 Eagle Lye, 4 cans - - .25 Gran'led Sugar, 20 lbs $ 1 .00 Pumpkins, K 3 cans - .25 Hominy, K 3 cans - .25 Kraut, K 3 cans - .25 Onion Sets, per ql., - .10 Breakfast Food, 4 pkgs .25 Maccarona, 4 pkgs - .25 Shred Cocanut, 4 pgs - .25 Crackers, per lb. - - .06 Toilet Soap, 4 bars - .05 Cal. Peaches, 3 lb cans . 1 2 Pickles, sour & sweet, doz .05 Coffee, was fS Now - .20 EVERYTHING AT PROPORTIONATE PRICES. We Invite Consumers and Merchants to I TAKE THESE GOODS NOW! ICi HJ 4 TT...

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. — 22 February 1907

GGmMmmmmmmmffimM&&w N V. t 1 1 Waat POULTRY & EGGS J Will pay cash for Hides, 4 Tl AL. .Poultry and Jiggs, o MAIN STREET, A XT Cfriff An X Door East of Windsor Hotel H. ! dliaUUlU (St 0 K AL E AF f WANTS and FOR SALE J Do not wuit until tho muddy season opens. Havo tho Con nolly Cons't Co put you in tho fumoUH NKVi.u-SMP cemont walks If you aro going to build, got tho boat, at priot'H ready to put you in tho bust walks in America ut living prices. Our work is our recommendation, bickud by 260 landing towtm where our work is .perfect in firm. ((Jot prices on I tho work.) Conni'Iiy Construo nioii Co., A. D Connelly, 282t. Residence properly in Anadarko. Four room house, good improvements Address Box 176, - Aneulacrko, Okla. WINDSOR HOTEL Now management. V. a MoFttrluno, whi built tho hotel, and managed it for two years prior to L. J. Morrison, in now in charge. Tho building has I 'wn thoroughly renovated and reofurnished. A hearty welcome to all patrons, both old and now W...

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 February 1907

I The Daily Democrat VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FEBRUARY 23, 190Z. No, 30. 'I I T I y a 51 : iS ! 1YES NO gp to take aovantage of MILLER'S Furniture Sale. The M. D. MII-l-HK, - "COLD FEET" THE CAUSE? "Jim Crow" Committee Named Only one Result is Forecast. Guthrio, Okla., Feb. 23. President Murray today announc ed the committee of lawyers to propuro a legal opinion and Bub mit it to the conBtituional con voniinn nn the oueation of the locality of tho proposod "Jim Crow" clause. xhooricinal list contained the names of W. A. Lodbetter. T. J. Leahy and J. C. Graham, but each of thbso gentlemen declined to serve on tho committoo. The list aB finally approved by the convention is as follows: Moore of Enid, Langley of Pryor Creek. Rose of Blaokwell, Swartzof Chelsea, Kanoof King fisher, Nolson of Tulsa, Henshaw of Madill, Jones of Ryan and Johnston of Perry. The committee is instructed undor the Haskell resolution to report back to tho convention Monday. The result of the op...

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 February 1907

THE AN AD ARKO DEMOCRAT I Democratic Announcements FOR STATE OFFICES DAILY A.NIl AVKKKIiY HKKNUON MHOS., PublMierH. Entered nt the Postofilce lit Anadarko, Okln., as second clnss mail matter. Hi;HHCHIIriON UATItMl Dnlly, by carrier, por week, 10c Dally, by innil, per year, JJ.00 Weekly, by mull, per yenr, $1.00 The Binpor Journal, "a ro publloHii paper dovotod to Cnddo county" lakes a fall out of the Trlbunu on account of ltd stand on tho lino saloon proposition, conoelvtat' tniB " t,l l,0Bt way of defondirip its own course i i publishing noticos Kie, brothur tlio Tribune is nlno a republi can paper, duvotod to Cadui. oounty, only it doosn't show il duvotion by holping tho lino sa loon businoss. Initio birds in thoir nsst should hgreo. A Chance Por Anadarko Tho Otto WollH addition is to bo offarod for salo this spring or summer, wliioh, f propnrly man agoJ, will be a grunt boom for Anadarko. Tho opportunity is Minh n n urit'dualfd ono that it would bo criminal to lot it go by. Tho t...

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

Y Wto&toto&to&to$ FULLER BROS' osing Out o8l AT COST AND BELOW! Our Entire Stock of Groceries Must Go in to Days, In Small Lots and Case Lots. We Quoie Trices On a Few Articles To Show We Are Right: X 63 Best Pat. Flour, 100 lbs, $1.75 Navy Beans 7 lbs - - .25 Lima beans, 4 lbs - - .25 A&HSoda,41bs- - .25 Chrys. White soap, 8 bars .25 Matches, 3 boxes - - .10 Starch, 4 p!;gs - - - .25 Best Corn, 4 cans - - .25 Prunes, 4 lbs - - - .25 KCBak'g Powder, 25 oz. .15 Good Luck Bak'g Powder .05 Eagle Lye, 4 cans - - .25 Gran' ted Sugar, 20 lbs $ 1 .00 Pumpkins, SS! 3 cans - .25 Hominy, pick1 3 cans - .25 Kraut, 5Sl 3 cans - - .25 Onion Sets, per qt., - .10 Breakfast Food, 4 pkgs .25 Maccarona, 4 pkgs - .25 Shred Cocanut, 4 pgs - .25 Crackers, per lb. - - .06 Toilet Soap, 4 bars - .05 Cal. Peaches, 3 lb cans . 1 2 Pickles, sour & sweet, doz .05 A HORSE'S SKELETON! TO DE USED TO SHOW ACTUAL ARTICULATION IN LIFE. Bones of the Dead Pacer Sysonby Be ing Mounter for the Americ...

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 February 1907

. )QGmmmmmmmmmmmmM&s$' V J fit fil' 1 IWartrOVLIKI KL I.U03 J Will pay cash for Hides, .Poultry and Eggs, 0 MAIN STREET, A V Qfriffftfl J & lit Door East of Windsor Hotel H. ? jJliaUllli A FOR SALE CHEAP WAMTC i rnn r4ir4 Do not wnit until tho muddy seuBon oponn. Ilavo tho Con nolly Cona't Co put you in tho famous nkvku-sui oomont wulka If you aro going to build, got tho boat, at prices roady to put you in tho best walks in America a. living prioea. Our work ia our lti .'.nmendation, bucked by 250 loading townn where our work is perfeot in form. (Got prices on the work.) Connolly Construo- Ition Co., A. D. Connolly, 28 2t. Residence properly in Anadarko. Four room house, good improvements Address Box 176, - AiYdadrko, Okla. WINDSOR HOTEL Now management. V. S. MoFarlano, vhn built tho hotel, and managed it fur two years prior to L. J. Morribon, in now in otuirgo. Tho building has I "on thoroughly renovated and reefurnishod. A hoarty welcome to all patrons, both old and now W....

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
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