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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 8 October 1908

- K- Lionel Soololr 1 Rt If f i t) n Th Daily Democrat ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1908 VOL. 2. NO. 21G 'PHONE RATES CAUSE KICK State Corporation Commission Advises Subscriber Regard ing Proposed Increase Considerable complaint ia being made by Anadarko oiti genB regarding the attempt of the Pioneer Telonhone Co. to enforoe tneir new rao schedule ranking an increase over the old rate (or rosldonoo 'phonos in oonneotion with business 'phones. Somo time ago the looal subscribers rooeived notice that after Oct. 1 the rate for a roaidonoo ,phono, whnrn tho Bubsoriber alBO UBod a businosa 'phone, would be $1.50 a month instead of $1.00. Tho matter was at once re ported to tho State Corporation Commission and the telephone patrons hero were advised that tho telephone oompany had agreed not to onforoo the new rate until after the injunction oases filed against the oompany by several towns in the state had been heard in regard to the mat tor. Notwithstanding this tho...

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. — 8 October 1908

REPUBLICANS ARE DESPERATE Advocating Social Equality in Order to Capture The Negro Vote Epwilal to tho Democrat. Guthrio, Olcla., Oot. ? Social equality Booma to bo tho last oard to bo played by tho Ropublioan party in Oklahoma boforo lie fi nal extinguishment, In a dosporato effort to turn tho negro vuto to thoir standard boarorB, tho managers of tho congressional oampaigna in tho first and third distriotB, have permitted thoir candidates to in dulge in tho most disgusting con duct oyor witnossod in Oklaho ma; conduct that has no preced ent ovon in tho days of tho old oarpot-bag regime Congressman MoGuiro, in a spoooh to negroes at Shilo, said, "I havo nlways boon taught to boliovo tho negro as good as tho whito man, if ho bohavos himsolf; and tho whito'man is ae good us tho nogro if ho bohavos himsolf," C. E. Croagor, Republican op ponent of Congressman vDavon port in tho third district, follow ing .tho oxamplo of President RoobovoU, haa had tho norvo to eat with a nogro in public...

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. — 8 October 1908

Democrat WANT I Not exceeding 5 Lines 3 Days, 25c. Have you Found, or do you Want to thy a Find, Huy or Sell Something? Then Democrat Want cAd, WANTED MEN WANTED QUICKLY by big Chicago mail order houao to distribute catalogues. ad vertiso, oto., S25. a week, SCO. oxponeo allowance firat month. No experience required. Globe Association, 500 Wabash, Bldg.. Chioago. 213 dOt F. J Callahan has the most complete line fo Cook Stoves and heaters ever brought toAnadarko. It will pay you to see his line before purchasing your fall and winter goods. 197 d" R. K. ROBINSON Atlorncy-At-Law Practice in tho State andFcderal Courts and before tho Departments of tho Government. NOTARY 1 N OFFICE A Trip to the Wloon In h million years tho sun's heat will give out and ho worried about it. The great irrigating oanals on tho moon havo ooased to flow, and ho worried about it; but you need not worry about tho scarcity, quality or price of lumber at Champlain's Lumber Company, tho beat lumber in town is 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. — 8 October 1908

-. v KJaBKMWiS-w. fi" A'- . ' Vi.ii i i? u LET VS PVT YOV NEXT X TO SOMETHING GOOD! w cidv awrwi We are Discon tinuing the cloth ing department and are sacrific ing Profits to Make Sales! i .1. i -o M r 1 i ! i Now Then; COME, COMPARE ataaMSwni and you'll help us CLEAR the way by Buying .M OF US! f . i ft ?u.)0 o . Max Goldman & Co. Anadafko s Popular Price Store. RUMMIE SALE Four Saturday Events to Raise Funds for Library Association LOCAL ITEMS Tho Anaciurko Library Abso elation will havo a ''Rummago dulo" next tiuturday, Oot. 17. Tho purpoHu of tho aale is to got now books for Iho peoplo to road during the I tig winter evenings. Tho word "RummugM,, in this oaBo, doub no moan a worthless lot of artioleB gathered from dark oornors and garretn, nut bright good wearing upparoi shoos, ooata, panto, drebuee, undergar ments, top ooata and everything piBsiblo, at a figure bo cheap, it id almost u gift Tho bale will oontinue for at toast four Saturdays on tho pave j Grocery Co. mont i...

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. — 9 October 1908

O. K. Historical Society Th t A. emocrat VOL. 7. ANADAWCO. CADDO ''OUNTY, OKLA., ITJim. (KTOMOU 9, 100s NO. 217 H m SCHOOL MONEY FOR FARMER Plain Statement of the Truth Regarding the School Land Department Special to tho Democrat. Guthrie, Okla., Oot. 9 For woekB past tho partisan presa in itfl attaoka upon tho State ad ministration, have centered their fight upon tho Sohool Land do partmont. Tho Sohool Land de partment liko every department ot the State government, is al ways open for inspection by those who are deairoue ol ac cepting the truth. In the financial statement of tho Sohool Land Department for the seven and one half months ending Juno 30, 1008, it is staled thattbe expenses of the farm loan division were S20.271.16. It will be undoratood that there was no Buoh department for the manage ment of the publio land until the domooratB aeoured oontrol. The Territory of Oklahoma had three l....tA. .if a million dollars but MUIUW1D r - j t i ;.. it to the farm era at 5 Dorcont i...

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. — 9 October 1908

AWFUL GRAVEL AT7ACK0. Cured by Doan's Kidney Plllt After Years of Suiierlnn. P, A. Itlppy, Deiiot Ave, Onllntln, Tcnn, Hiiyi: "Klftepn yoftru ngo kid ney ulswuo ntuickud me The pain In my back wng no nconb ing I flnnlly lmd to give uji work Tlion i-nino terrible nttneks of snivel with ncttti pnln mid pnHHnHCR of blood. In nil I pnHiscd 2d stimuli, nomu ns largo ng n bonn. Nino jenrn of thin r.n mo down to a fitnto of contlnunl wenkness nnd I thought I lienor would be bettor until I began using Donn's Kidney I'll!. The Iniprovomont wn rnpld, mid Hlnco using four boxes I nm cured nnd hnvo never lmd nny rottirnof tho trmible." Bold by nil denier fiO centn n box. ' rVjBtcrMllburn Co., llufftilo, N. Y. HAD HEARD THEM. Judgo Do you nndiriuid tho tin turo of nn oath' Hhe- I'm n telephone girl, Judge. PRESCRIBED CUTICURA After Other Treatment Failed Raw Eczema on Daby's Face Had Lasted Three Months At Last Doctor Found Cure. "Our baby hoy broko out with ec zema on bin face when one month ol...

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. — 9 October 1908

TESTING PAINT. Property owners should know how to prove tho purity and quality of whito load, tho most Important point Ingredient, beforo paying for It. To nil who write, National Load Co., the largest m mufacturors of puro while lead, send a frco outfit with which to mnko a simple, and suro test of white lend, and also a frco hook nbout paint Their address Is Woodbrldgo Uldg., Now York City. The Scramble for Wealth. If thoro Is n sad thing In tho world It Is tho spectacle of tho men and women who, In their mad scramble fnr wnnltli. havo crushed out of thilr Ihcs sentiment and tho love of all that Is bcnutlful nnd situiime. Tno very process by which they seek to win tho menns of enjoyment kills tho fncultlcs by which they can enjoy. When tho average man wins hla wealth ho finds himself without the powei; of enjoyment, for tho enjoying l(Itt his nature Is dead. Ho finds to his sorrow Hint tho Btralnlng, striv ing life Is ul bo a starving one. Tho hand can novur execute any thing hlgh...

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. — 9 October 1908

Democrat WANT Advertisements I BRING RESULTS Not exceeding C Lines 3 Unyn, 2Gc. One Week without change, 40c. TJHnve you Found, or do you Wnnt lo 1 THY -v Finu, Buy or Sell Something? Then j" 'Democrat Want (Ad, WANTED MEN WANTED. QUICKLY by big Chicago mail order houoo to diatributo oatalogues, ad vortiao, etc. S25. ftvook, SCO. expense allowanoo firnt month. No oxporionco roquircd. Globo Association, 500 Wobwh, Bldg.. Chioago. 213 dOt P. Callahan lias the most complete line fo Cook Stoves and heaters ever brought to Anadarko. 'it will pay you to see his line before purchasing your fall and winter goods. 97 dtf HELP WANTED Two dining room girls at once. Southern Hotel, Anadarko, Okla. 210 3t R. K. ROBINSON Aliorncy-Ai-Law Practice In the State aniTFedcral Courts and before the Departments of tho Government. NOTARY 1 N OFFICE. A Bquaro doal on grooorioa and prompt dclivory. Anadarko Grooory Co. Phono 50. 210 tf Iloinz piokleB, Kotohup, ohow chow Anadarko Grooory Co Phono 50. 210 tf ...

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. — 10 October 1908

" O. IC. Uistorlcal Society Th Dail A. emocrai Ks ANADAltKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., bA'JTKDA OCTOBER 0, 190N NO. 218 VOL. 7. CI 1 Rv. Nichols Called to the Pas torate of the Anadarko Charge Tomorrow will bo a great day at the Christian Church. Rov. NicholB, a brother of Evangelist Roland Niohols who oonduoted the great revival here last winter, haa boon oallod to this churoh. Ho is a fluent preacher, as atf able as was his brother and ona of the greatest Sunday Sohool organizers in tho United States, At Allianoe,0.,ho inaugurated an impetus in Sunday School build- int? that made his own class of young people tho second largest in tho Christian brotherhood and from his ohuroh tho inspiration extended to the other Sunday Sohools of the oity with like re suits, Tho most modern meth ods were used. Advertisaments woro posted on the street cars and paid for until in a few weeks thoSunday sorvices wero draw ing such crowds the street oar oompany was glad to give space for tho advertisements....

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. — 10 October 1908

j2f vl?l 1 lOIMb Kin viKMlKp Sometimes Dyspeptic LJ .tkT jffi3uwv ?k u ,..-.., V ty?? Thero wero a number of women re- ( j ZMmS& tS Vf-tB&&aBBaaaKmsBmmmwMUikim formers, too, (luring my political year, XT ilffimEDkffiMir VV 1 jtTKf. 9 an,l they wcro Invariably enlisted on ijfejSfeypL Ui 1 LmJ??? t&&? III nt " loI)acco' whisky, child labor, tho ihLP&Jtf S "J-lv! 7? I1WrxV? fV l VLJpI honoring of conditions for women, the if SE?tld&$' K H f??' Liv'r' j' A&6u tr I "inch In earnest, faithful and onthusl- 1 IlRFORMRn In politics In tlons obtaining In that ward?" ho E ffiSpWib, KBnWrZsJ S A sometimes a dyspeptic, hut askod, InaulrlnKly. Bff' b Kffi&W hrZlJhJI jS5 not always. Mo Is nlso 'Oh. yes." was my answer. iBRSFj fifoi SBMJMmtL YT sometimes actuated by mo- "Woll. wo want to put up a candl- ttGElfffit $W WHmKOISr g tlV011 entirely Impersonal clrlto for ,Iorninn thoro nn,i Be0 f w0 jSQkH WKwSSMEi y y y Ml UnsoiriBh. Illlt not nl- ... muso lm hnttnr nl...

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. — 10 October 1908

UGANDA RAILWAY IN AFRICA Bss8BEsKuLM0iBrjriv'vVNv,n? V alEifflEiKliMCHSwuffWWffM!sMBM 9nm ltroirrapli,capjrU;ht. bf tndrwoo1 A Underwood. N, T. Thin railroad will probably carry President Roosrv" to the great hunting ground In tho Interior of the dark continent whe ho takes the trip now being planned on the expiration of his term. SIXTH SENSE WARN VTRANGE INTUITION HELPED FU GITIVE EVADE LAV. Escaped Convict Successfully Eluded Detective Twlco, But Failed to Heed Third "Hunch" and Was Captured. Frankfort, Ky. Tho man with the sixth souse, who knows from intuition that ho Is being chased is to ho re leased from tho penitentiary on pa role. Ills name Is William Rotiscy snd ho Is serving a sentence of 21 years having been convicted In Uoylo county of manslaughter for tho shoot SNORED AND WAS EJECTED. Hotelkeeper Enforces House Rule Against Guest. Springfield. Mass. .Too Abls was ejected from his boarding place at 2G I-Ibcrty street because ho snored and Bald things in his sleep. Stephe...

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. — 10 October 1908

."! A Senator Owen Speaks (cont. from page 1) said Sonator Owon was $23, at tho timo rofcrrcd to by Mr. Taft and now is $33 or ah inorotieo o approximately CO por oonti By a Borioa of deductions Son ator Owon ehowod that ovory panio sinoo 1872 oould proporly bo traood to tho ropublioans bo oaueo tho ropublioans havo boon in power all that time with tho exooption of two yoara and dur ing all that timo failed to givo tliQ country a romGrjy. "Tho Aldrioh-Vroolund our ronoy bill oonlaino n romody," eaid Senator Owen," and thoro we have the admieuion that a romody ie noodod for tho futuro. He impressed faith in tho bill ob & panio panaooa and Baid that whiloho did not voto for tho tnoaBuro in its final ahapo ho novortholoBB would havo done bo if his had boon tho dooiding voto. , Ho doolarod tho oauoo of a panic to bo the withdrawal of bank do poBits and that tho ourronoy bill passod last year will onablo tho bankB of tho country to follow out tho English, Gorman and Fronoh idea of is...

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. — 12 October 1908

Ml yr it O. K. Ulstorlcal Society Th Daily Democra ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., MONDAY, OCPOBKU VJ, K)0K r0L. NO. 21 9 OTEBO WINS b WARM GAME Unadarko plays Hard But Loses to tho Visitors on Errors Anadarko and Gotebo mixed Up again Sunday in what looked at tho beginning to bo a fast ball game. Anadarko started won, gotting two ecore9 in the first in ning. Hay was holding Gotebo Idown to no hitB until tho fifth inning, when things warmed up. Anadarko cat ono more in tho fifth, and Gotebo tied up in tho aixth. Things got interesting thon and tho game still looked good. An error on Bhort in tho eighth let in one man for Gote bo and thon in the ninth threo more errors let in four men. The gumo waB full of ginger, but tho errors lost it. Hay and Kerr both pitohed good ball, but Hay was not so well in form, he having been doing some hard praotioe with Oklahoma City and his arm was not in tho boat of condition. Od Main made tho prettiest oatoh whon ho ran in from deep center and caught ...

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. — 12 October 1908

J PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT REUNITED IP S command of a division, and nt the clone of the war waH made major general of tho regular army. Ho lost a leg nt Gettys burg Among tho diplomatic positions held by Gen, Sickles are thoso of secre tary of legation at London, ambassador to Spain and special commissioner to South America. Ho was alco appointed minister to Holland mid later to Mex ico, but declined both appointments. The first Mrs. Sickles was a beautiful Italian girl, ntul It was when slio confessed to an nlllnnco with Philip llarton Key, district nttornoy Tor the District of Columbia and son or tho nuthor of the "Stnr Spangled Mannar," that Sickles, then n congressman, shot Key down on tho street. Ho wns ac quitted by a Jury and then astonished the country by forgiving his young wlfo and taking her bock Into his affections. To tho bitter protests of his friends Gen. Sickles responded with tho publication of a formal statement Hint Is an eloquent and touching defense of his position a...

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. — 12 October 1908

Pot nine MttermKDxiDDn !OXOXOXO!0",",",X,','W!OrOXOX''0,,",""',",",""iViVi'ViY I.I I I I I I II I f I I I V Tf1V,l.T.1.'' M.1.1 "'II TTTlV'TTrr n.i...minf..f..iii) . a ........ I . . Fragments of an Interrupted Courtship BY ANNIE T. ROTTER ii nwni'i i mnmmmm wmm THE DOCTOR'S ORDERS. THE MEAT AND THE MUSTARD. Bul i i i i i i i i iai I1Y7JI 11 1 i,i 1 1 1 l.t, 6 wfiM .W.'.V.V.V 8 HlfcS 3 .&& 4- rETT M W W & F M II I I i ' B UIiaATOUY'H s. place It It nam jo iipseriou No om tells tin Itn I rill location. Hut our Kitchen nown- days, you will -wee. Comes nrnr being a Rood Imitation. Tor carli of tho family (all except mo). Must go on nn Invalid dlit. Ami tlie rook nml tho mistress aro both In tho ulr, Slnco tho nlllng ones storied to tiy It. No roffeo for father-for grandpa, no inflk: Graham bicad, and not one ounco of meat. Tho baby ban oat gruel thrco times a day, And hot btBotilts nobody must out. Now, I'm fond of pie nnd I reol In pork, And nil nice, Indigestible food: Hu...

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. — 12 October 1908

fHE ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT published Uvery Evening Except Sunday. A. S. ROBERTS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATEs! Delivered by Currier, 10c per week. By Mail, payable in advance, - .$y.00 a year. Entered nt the I'oslonice at Anndarlco, Okla., as (second class mail matter. MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1008. Oklahoma's Duty Okluhoraa owoa ono duty to tho Domoorata of tho oountry. n Bonding: our idoag and our laws Jboforo tho world aa 11. ratlvo 6t tho aolual Waking of tho party dootrino wlmn a(imin iatorod by woao having faith in thoir. .5iioaoy, wo rauot Bond JJWo'ing In Novombor wo have again approved thoru. Whilo tho bittornosB against all portaining to Oklahoma ia dirootly duo to tho party having rooognizod wo aro in poaooaaion of actual Dom ooratio lawo, yot wo muat Bland firm tind labor to provont tho mosaago being aont wo have woakenod to thoBO groat topkB which ab8orb all inloreat of tho taxpaying votora, Mr, Bryan can bo givon 50,000 majority in Oklahoma, and to accomplish this ovory Demo...

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. — 13 October 1908

- K. tiuioncui wocjuy Th Uemocra L VI VOL. 2. ANADAWCO. CADDO COUNTY, OKI.A., Tl KhDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1008 NO. 220 Y mm NEW THEATER IS DEDICATED Opening of Dietrich Opera House by Emery Comedy Co Auspicious Event The opening of vtbe now Die- trioh opera houao Monday night vraa an auspioious event and the audience that filled the theater to its Beating oapaoity was do lighted not only with the beauty of" the play houBO but as well with the merits of the play and tho players of the Emory Musical Comedy Co. Tho ownors of the now theatre had hoped to bo able to present to their patrons on the opening night a completed house, but owing to an unexpected and un avoidable delay in the shipment of tho opora chairs from the fao tory in Chioago these oould not be put in place in timo for tho opening performance, and tho houao was only furnished with ordinary chairs. Tho opora ohairs will bo in place in a lev d?ys and thon Anadarko can boast ono of tho prettiest and most oompletoly furnished the ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 13 October 1908

l nvcnsitL' ' " 'WB " " "mi'w w" i Bride of the How Carlton Clark Solved a Strange, Weird Mystery in the Western Country. His Telepathic Suggestion Tells of Strange Condition of Affairs Detective Proves Worth of His Theory When Man is Confronted Master Mind Finally Triumphs. & 1 1112 ninn wnB English; Hint was evident at first glnnco, Moroovcr ho was of tlint itbl(tiltoii8 typo of sneer ing, fault finding Britisher whoso fnvorllo tlpplo has won 111 in. In tho far east, tlio opprotirlotm tltlu of "Llmejulcer." Tho worn nn well, wo hnd moro dif ficulty In classifying liar. Tho accent nnd tho clothcH woro English be yond tho pobslblllty of tlio most char liable error. lint tho piquant, nnd fate, tho soulful brown oyos, tho cheeks of dark but wholosomo and even rolor, tho full red lips, tho small nnd delicately tuoldod featured, thotso wire lennclea porhaptt of French mi ce ton, moro likely tokens of that con ,lc ruerato strain now called tho Air rlcan typo; but KiikIIbIi, novor. An...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 13 October 1908

ROUND THE CAPITAL WON LAWYER OVER Information nnd Gosilp Picked Up Ilcra uud Tlicro In Washington. Clerks Declare That Uncle Sam Is Stingy WASHINGTON. Is Undo Sam pe nurlous In tho allotment of sal aries? This question la constantly being asked by clerks and others In tho em ploy of tho government. It Is recalled that at tho Inst congress tho sularlcs of tho cabinet o nicer a wero Incrcaood from $8,000 to $12,000 per nnniim. Tho government clerks contend that their salaries aro too smnll, and that, as tho cost of living has advancod, they should bo accorded tho same con sideration given cabinet officials and congressmen. Tho clerks aro not tho only ones who aro grumbling nt tho npparcut disinclination on tho part of tho gov ernment to increase salaries. Their Biiperloio also arc said to bo in favor of Increases. Many government ofll- president Is a dlsgraco to a country of this size and Importance. They aver that foreign nations, of less size, pay tholr monarchs and rulers a much la...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 13 October 1908

rrrv.-fp, , THE ANADARJKO Jf'ublished Every Evening Except Sunday. A. S. ROBERTS, Editor. subscription Delivered by Carrier, ... By Mail, payable in advance, Entered at the I'ostofTIco at Anadarko, TUE3 DAY, OCTOBER 13, 1008. Congressman Fulton is con ducting a clean canvas. Ho in dulgoB in no mud.olinging. Ho Btioks to the toxt, Ho is not pro tending -to run for Congress on 3tato Ibbuos, 'like hio opnrjtiont, but spoake-on tho National isauoB withVJa'n no win rtonl aa a mom n" of Congress. Hio reoord iB ' euoh Hint ho is not ashamed to givo an aocount of hia eloward- ship. Morgan is hard up for Is sues, and talkB about Btato af fairB.misroproPonto tho stoto ad ministration in ordor to projudioo tho minds of tho votors, and doos not diEouss national iesuoB, or givo any pledgos of what ho would do, if olooted. In trying to oritioiso and bo littlo CongrosBman Fulton's fino rooord at last session of CongrosB tho partizan prosB that is boost ing Morgan aro making a sad mintako. Tho voto...

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