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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 14 October 1908

O. Iv. distorted Society :VC'H X ? ? T Th Daily Democrat. ANADA1UC0. (WDDO COUNTY, OKLA., WKDXKhDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1008 NO. 221 VOL. 2. SCOTT FERRIS TO BE HERE Congressman from Fifth Dis trict to Speak in Anadarko Tomorrow Night Hon. Soott Ferris, oongress man from tho fifth Oklahoma diatriot, will spoak in tho new Diotrioh opera houso in Anadar. ko on tomorrow evening at 8 o'olook, tho looal oommittooB be ing notified of the appointment by tho state oommittoo today. As soon as tho notioo of tho appointment was roooived ar rancements wore at once made to give tho congressman a rous ing woloome to Anadarko, and tho new opera houBO was Beour ed for tho oooasion, and ar rangements made with Max Goldman, manager of the Ana darko Uonoert band, for that organization to furnish tho muBio for the evening. Tho congressman will arrive on tho evening train and be mot by the members of tho looal committoo and the band and es corted to tho opera house where it is assured one of the largest audienc...

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. — 14 October 1908

DOCTOR RIDICULES V INSANITY PLEA AS EXCUSE FOR MURDER WMSlMiiKMVMw 4 tn k uE i cjBn vtp vffyyBLti"ygi't,7?y Vf Pthj as 2 DR. ALLAN M'LANE HAMILTON. Noted Alienist Who Lays Epidemic of Crime to Modern Modee of Living. I0W YOniC Dr. Allan Me Iiuiu Hamilton Ih tlu (loan of American nllcnlHlH. Ho lias itrl.it)B of nil men in tlilu country had tho lar gest experience In the courts, anil lias been con corned In morn Important eases in courtH Minn any other American physl clan. IIIh experience extends ovor a period or nciirly II) years. Ho was ofio of tho chlof government exports who wim chosen to testify In tlio caso or Gullouu, who killed President (Jar lie hi, and hu una sent for from llurfalo to examine Czolgolz, Iho Insane assas Bin or President McKlnloy, and again his namo Ih found connected with tho Schneider proceeding, which was undertaken In tho DlHtrlct of Colum Ma to determine tho roaponBlhlllty of this Interesting murder. IIIh Indepen dent attitude In tho Thaw cao Is generally...

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. — 14 October 1908

SECRET DIVULGED BY PARROT. r3 THE &&fl T I tr Tk "iVH MR W1 II! I IoNG6yAGkr 5)1 IM ARINliS Pf?OPO5D TRIP OF LITTLE CBflFT JJN ri qui rtJi it- u m jtyiv dUBimnm 'izag The recent announcement that tho navy department contemplntcu Lending tho submnilncs now at Uuzzards Hay, Mass., to tho far oast on their own bottoms Attracted n groat deal of at tention. That such a trip Is practical Is not for n moment doubtod; Indeed, It Is pointed out that for a very con siderable portion of such a trip tho vessels could operato under their own power, resorting to the towllno only In very bad weather or In tho event of an englno bocomlug disabled. With u well equipped patent ship na tho Cnstino will bo when the work now being dono nt Portsmouth Is com pleted, such a trip would offer few more dangers than tho trip ftom Now York, to Norfolk labt winter, when for days officers and men went without rest and with no food save cold meat nnd bread and a few frankfurter, sau sages nnd coffeo It was...

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. — 14 October 1908

m THE ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT .Published Every Evening Except Sunday. A.ls. ROBERTS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES; Delivered by Carrier, - Uy Mali, payable In advance, .... 10c per week. $.1.00 a year. Entered at Hie PoBtofllce at Anadarko, Okla., as second claus mall matter. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1008. Lot ua boo. When was it Diok Morgan sottlcd in Oklahoma? Ho haB not told a singloaudiunoo thai ho has upokon to this cam paign. Why? WAo ilffronoo doou it make io tho voters nB to how many of Morgan'a ooueinH and brothers, oto uro farmora Ho hae boon in touoh with rarmora over ainoo ooming to Oklahoma Ho "lo oatod" many homoBtoadora at HI Rono at tho oponlng a fow yoara ago. I Morgan nor hie oampaign munagera will not Jdony that ho triod to holp MoGuiro aohomo through tho Btatohood bill in 1004 without a olauqo rogranting tho indomnity aohool lands to tho propped Btato. In this action Morgan Bhowod his oalibor and hie friondahip for Oklahoma. Tho sohomo waB nippod in tho bud and MDrga...

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. — 15 October 1908

O, IC Historical SopI.17 Don't Fail to Hear Congressman Scott Farris at the Diertrich Opera House TO-NIGHT at 8:00 o'clock. The Daily Democrat. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., WKDN13M)AY. OCTOBER 1, 1008 VOL. 2. 1 Extraordinary Clothing Offerings Wash Suits for Cotton Suit Prices, How? Not a sale nor selling at cost. We simply took advantage of early conditions. Were able to do so. When everything looked so blue in July, hundreds of merchants cancelled their orders given early in the spring A great many of these orders were already made up or in course of makeing and clothing manufacturers were scared. We bought sev eral hundred suits of reliable markers, perfect fit and style, for the price others have to ask for inferior cotton suits. When prospects got brighter manufacturers quit slaughtering stuff, but we had bought. Our quickness and ability to take advantage of all such condi tions has given us this great lead in Western Oklahoma for UNDERSELLING THEM ALL, and helped build us u...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 15 October 1908

ft k, "1 W. S. FREELIN 3c SON, (Successors to HARPER-FREEL1N MERCANTILE rnMP A Kiy) g this Permanent and increasing success in trade rests on the great law of "Confidence,' ' and the pathway of honesty and serving hu tv with the best of goods for the least money that the market can afford. Our motto is "Live and Let Live;" and thanking the people of Caddo county for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope to have a share or your trade in the future. Make your home; you are always welcome. Below we quote you a few prices to see what you have been paying for goods: Dress Goods All New Stuff; This Season's and New Shades. mam good house $1.19 Worth $1.23 and $1.50 for I'onu (loSoio silks, sold the worm t q nsK you vy for $1.35, wo 30-inch suitings; something now. a bargain at 30 & 35c, wo sell at Outing Flannels 10c 10 to 15 121c grade Outing Flannol for All in dolicato shades of whito flannol worth from 25c Bed Spreads F0rI7ahC:VrrlngCnnd 75C tO $3 Kid Gloves Dost Kid gloves ...

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. — 15 October 1908

wJj Pfrt i13EaJS2 him LAN-TO TANK SHELTER. V. 'I Prove Desirable Protection Ucth for Summer and Winter. ikVhrro utoek aro provided with nkiriR wator In a tnnk In tlio barn- rd some form of protection 1b nilvls !f nor onlv from tllrt and straw t also from extreme liot or cold --.- .asitjf. . 'ttn' The Lean-To Tank 8helter. eather. If tho tank adJoliiB a larg c building tho shelter can be con- Rructed with greater economy nnd lio nrotootlon afforded will be moro fccuro. Tho shelter shown In tho accom panying sketch was made of socond rado hemlock with 2x4's for the ramework. The doors may be made swing cither In or out. TIME OF FATTENING. the Early Spring and thn Fall the Best Gains Arc Made. A writer on the fattening of hogs ays: Thoro aro two seasons of tno jear when tho greatest gains can bo naue in hogs of the name type and mdor similar conditions with the -mo quantity of corn. Theso aro In '10 early Bprlng, before tho weather "cornea excessively hot, an 1 In Sep iraber, October 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. — 15 October 1908

,-1"'" ' l"' " VWmFlWl- BZ 1 Contest At the Bijo Tonight Program Music By Bijo Orchestra Moving Pictures Custom Officer's Revenge This film ia 1000 foot long and vory interesting. Illustrated Song Lot Mo Hoar tho SongB My Mother Uood to Sin? Dy Mil Best Marple Moving Pictures The Magic Mirror Mardi Grass Parade At Coney Island Philomathic Club Tho Philomathio olubiwlll moot at tho homo of Mrs. Chas, R. Humo Friday afternoon, Oot. 10, at 3 o'olook. All ladioB interoBt oo in olub work aro invitod tc bo prosont. By ordor of Mns. L. W. Myers, Pres, .Bi The drawing will take place at 8:30 or just after the first per formance. You can see the prizes at the Bazaar, go and look them over. Price 5-10 Want eomo olothos for winter wear? Buy them nt tho library rummngo anlo Saturday and eavo monoy 221 d3t Sam ProntiBB is in Ft. Cobb on ootton business today. It will surpriso you. What? Why tho library rummago salo Saturday. You'll find just wha? you want thoro, and at your own prioo, too. 221 d...

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. — 16 October 1908

- K. Historical Society Tli Daily Democrat. V7 AN ADAH ICO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1908 VOL. 7. No. 223 i Republican Shortcomings Shown by Congressman Ferris Issues of Campaign Ably Discussed By tne Representative from the Fifth District Hon. Soott Ferris of the fifth congressional district at the new Diotrioh opera house Thursday night made ono of tho beat and most oonvinoing political speooh ea over heard in Anadarko. Not withstanding the faot that the congressman was not announced tu speak hero until within twenty four houra of tho time aet he waa favored with a largo audionoo and hia talk waB llBtened to with the closest attontion, while fre quently his remarks were inter rupted with enthusiastic ap plause. Judge B. P. Holding aoted jts ohairman of the evening and in hiB introductory remarka paid a high tribute to the worth and work in congress of Mr. Ferris. In beginning hiBspeoohMr. Fer ris stated that ho did not intend to apeak on tho state issues in the cam...

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. — 16 October 1908

THE ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT Published Every Evening Except Sunday. ROBERTS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION Delivered by Carrier, Uy Mail, payable in advance, - "Enteral at the I'ostoflico at Anadarko, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1008. Roosevelt't One Best Bet. In the flflcon yours ho has been prominently in the public vyn, Thoo tjoro nooaovelt has demonstrated that he i master of the rclstico of poll ilea. By tho force and elieineiico of ills diction he has overthrown and cniHhcd out any man or Inlluonoo that prcminiod to qiiMllon cither hl judgment or his veracity. Distin guish mon llko William Ifl. Chandler ot Maine, Benjamin It. Tillman of South Carolina, Joe Bailey of Texan. Chancellor Day, 1'rofeMor Iing nil of them Incurred the presidential tilt plraxiirc and were promptly assigned to their places In the ranks of "un ii -ir.iblo cltlxeni." Bven so dlatln Ktilshed a figure as Judge Alton 11. V.irkT was lirnmled with the Ilo tin it. "hen. as candidate against IloospM-lt for the presidency, ho ila...

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. — 16 October 1908

ORE FACTS T TAXES 10CRATIC STATE GOVERN MENT COSTS LESS THAN CARPET-DAG RULE KPOSURE OF REPUB LICAN FALSEHOODS urcs for 19 Counties of Old OkU oma Show that Stale Levy for 9' 2 Months is Less than Terrlto ial Levy for Twelve Months. f nineteen counties In old Okla na wIioho boundary linos were un tie. 1 b the Constitution, thero hut four where the statu tnx for i in inthi Ik not soveral hundred .tars lebs than tho 1007 levy for Hon il taxes for 12 montliB. n coic-ideiinK the folio wins fig which are takon from tho off!- il nils of the state auditor, the t 'bmild be borne In mind that nil ap.'iuprlatlons made by tho first ,(" f-i-'atttro were for a period ol i moat lis, and that the first state U must bp sufficient to pay the rni of the t-tnte government for 2 months. The territorial levy for i wa- to meet appropriations that re made to cover the territorial ensr for onlv twelve months, or flcul j ear. It should also be ne In mind that when tho demo tic stato official got possession ...

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. — 16 October 1908

Democrat WANT Advertisements '" BRING RESULTS Not exceeding 5 Lines 3 Days, 25c. One Week without change, 40c. flTTIIavo you Found, or do you Want tol U Find, DuyorScll Something Then TllY A 'Democrat Want cAd, LOST Gray ooat. on Oot, 1, bo tweon Anadarko and L. J. McrriBon'B roaidonoo. Findor ploaeo loavoat Domooratoffioo. FOR SALE L, 18, B. 23, Ana darko. Seo M. Clino on prom- 1809. WANTED A good girl for gon oral houBo work, 223 tf Mrs Geo. Ford F. J Callahan has 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. 197 dtf W,t.f-tKHt&Hl 0t0t'll)ilmt40m'lllt HAMMERT & AYRES Staple 3Lnd Fancy Groceries FRESH MEATS, SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS Fish'Jn Season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. C Strcct7& 6th Phone No. 84. VNfV4)l LOCAL ITEMS Shovo Hawkins is visiting IriondB in Stookor today. Jeff Ford handloa only the seated Baltimoro OyBtor. 223tf Did you seo thoao fine spring chiokonB ...

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. — 17 October 1908

".""jr 0. K. tllstorlcal Society sif r.ifv , V ' The Daily AKADAHKO. CADDO I OUNTV, OKLA., SAlt'LTDA1. 0CT0HKU 17, 1008 VOL. 7. No. 221- Democrat. ""WHBMMiHMBMiHiBHHHHMtf Fifty Thousand Republican ollar lush" Fund " National Committee to "Fry the Fat" Out of "Captains of Industry" to Pull Oklahoma Through Bpclal to the Democrat. Guthrie, Okla., Oot. 17, While the pall of gloom that Bet tied over the Republican state headquarters when the last of the thirty thousand dollar con tribution from tho national oom mittee was spent to keep tho ne groes of Logan county in lino for Bird MoGuire, has not lifted, there is an air of expootanoy about all oonneotod with tho re publican machine, and tho word haB been "passed around that the pall of gloom may lose some of it3 gloominess within the next three or four daye. j Since Chairman Norria and National Committeeman Cade returned from their visit to re publican headquarters at Chi oagp the tip has quietly gone tho rounds of tho faithful that 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. — 17 October 1908

(XOOOOOCUVUOVUvOOOUOWv jj C PROMINENT PEOPIE laoocwOOQgnAAi: rrvrHVvniArtAonAnoAonAOArrftnoA(XHXCOOOl MADE G. O. P. rt ft For Ohadlah (lardnor In tho man who came within a narrow margin of carrying his ntnlu over bodily Into (ho Democratic ramp Two oecaslonn there Imvo been recorded for tho Intit, oh, many and mail yenrH, when tho Rood ntntu of Maine (ailed to remain In tho (, O, 1'. lineup In the inaltor of electing a governor. Ohadlah nearly mndo It threo 1 1 Mich Tlmt ho didn't quite do ho Ih u iobiiU for which IiIh opionent may thank the nntlonnl llopuhllrnn organization, which brut every effort to Havo Hie viato to the inrty for tho effect It might hnvo upon tho presidential rlcrtlon two monthn later. Tho moot eloquent and nood si eakers at tho n'l of the national committee uoio liiiRtled over Into Maine for n whirlwind i.uiiinlgn nnd all tho Inlliiencoft hohhIIiIo were brought into tho hnttlo. Mr Gardner, who wive Iho CI. O. I. ho wild a Btnre, Ih a plnln, ovorydny loit of n f...

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. — 17 October 1908

pY RICE FIELD IN THE PHILIPPINES PASSING OFYAHEES iSi PP RECENT CENSUS SHOWS FEW OP REAL STOCK LEFT. '2tf1 7 Vs ' - PravJl va?3siMfsnhyThVl Sos -. mi .'upwi(Sr Vroui fierroarapb, copyright, br Unltrwood A Underwtot.H. Y, Growing rice ie one of the leading Industrie of the natives of our Island possessions In the far east. The above photograph shows a typical rice field icar the city of Manila. The Island In the distance I Corregldor. SMITHY WINS A WIFE THE FORMER CONVINCED THAT HORSESHOES ARE LUCKY. Heiress Takes Father's Horse to Shop and Falls In Love with Youth Now "Driving a Tandem for Life.1' Spokane, Wash. Lylo O. Cameron, the young first mate of Charles Sta nley's horseshoeing parlors, on Main avenue, 1b convinced horseshoes are lucky. Mo has returned this verdict htcauso It waB a young woman's quest for horseshoes which mado him the happiest man in tho world. It was only a few days slnco that nho consented to allow him to provide shoes for her, as well ns hor horse, in the f...

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. — 17 October 1908

THE WRONG NAME Hon. Gins. H. Cars well Intro' duccd Congressman Ferris Instead of Mr. Holding An inadvortanl error, permit tod to page unobBorved in tho rush o( work, ouused Tho Domo orat Friday in its nooount of tho eplondid mooting Thursday night at tho now Diotrioh thoatro at which Congresomnn Soott Ferris 'SpoTco, lo do an injuotioo to Hon. ' C. II. Carswell, who introduood tho Bpoakor of tho evening. Mr. Carowoll and Mr, Forrie aro moat intimate friondB and Mr. Carswoll boing bo familiar with tho work of tho representa tive froni tho fifth distriot in eon "groBB, waB oBpooially invilod and eolioitod by tho county Dorao oratio oommittoo and tho frionde of both gontlomon horo to in troduoo tho speaker of tho ovoning. In hia romarkB Mr. CarBwoll did himaolf and tho speaker hon or with oloquont tribute to tho worth of CongroBsmtin Ferris and tho groat work of tho Domooratio party, not only in behalf of tho pooplo of tho nation but ob pecially in tho intoreatB of tho pooplo of tho n...

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 October 1908

O. K. Ul.torlcal Society Th Daily Democrat. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., MONDAY. OCTOBKK 19, 100H VOL. 7. No. 225 BRYAN SURE OF BIG VICTORY Chicago Record -Herald Practi cally Predicts Republican Defeat One o tho etrongcflt indioa tionB of tho faot that William J. RrvAn. Dnmo'jratio nominoo for tho presidency, will be eleoted in November is an articlo in Sun day'a Chicago Reoord Herald, a strong republioan paper writton by Walter Wollman, who is re garded by Democrats and Re publioana alike as being as woll able to size up a politioal fitua tion ae any political writer in this oountry, Mr. Wellman'e prediotionB, whioh generally come true, havo given domoorato great oauoo for rejoioing. Mr. Wellman who haa apont some time in Ohio and Indiana, whero ho gave oloao study of tho situation, traveling all over those BtateB and talking to loaders and the rank and file of the people, deolareB that Mr. Bryan will carry both of thoao states. Ohio, the homo of William Howard Taft, solootod by...

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 October 1908

ME ANABAR.KO DAILY DEMOCRAT I Published Every Evening Except Sunday A. S. ROBERTS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES; Delivered by Carrier, Uy Mnil, payable in advance, ... Entered at the Postofflco nt Anadarko, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1008. DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Presidential Eleotcrs. (Vole for Seven) S. M. miTHlCUFOHD. D P GEOnOH 0. WIIITISIIUItST. D GEORGE HOWMAN. ) D. W. DH13N DItBNNON. . McDOUGALL. E ritESTON a. LESTEIl. j. a ainnoNs. For Juttlco of Supreme Court. Second District. (Voto for Ono from Each District.) II. U WILLIAMS. For Justlco of Supreme Court. Fourth District (Voto for Ono from Each District.) SAMUEL W. HAYES. For Corporation Commissioner. A l WATSON. ForCongreiiman. 2nd District ELMER E. FULTON. For Stale Senator GEO. O. JOHNSON. For Itepretcntntlvc t, (Vote for Two) rJ JOE SMITH PI J. S. HELL NOTE: Bryan's unmo will not ap near on the official ballot. 1 1 way to register your voto for him is to voto for the sovou democratic can oldaUs for presidential electors. Tho only...

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 October 1908

Democrat WANT Advertisements I BRING RESULTS Not exceeding G Lines 3 Days, 25c. Ono Week without change, 40c. flT Have you Found, or do you Want Find, Buy or Sell Something? Then WANTED Girla at the telo- phono offico. Apply to man ager t?ioneor Telephone Co. 224 dtf IFOR SALE L, 18, B. 23, Ana- darko. Seo M. CHno on prem ises, WANTED A good Rirl for gen eral house work. 223 tf Mrs Geo. Ford Railroad Time Table eHI All Trains Daily, WEST BOUND u 731 10:02 a. in. a 733 5:30 p.m. N03 733 and 7 31 run between NORTH BOUND Tiiain No. Aniuvu Depaut a 754 9:20a. m. 9:30 a. m. a 75G G.20 p. m. H. G. HARVEY, Agent. DaJly Democrat Office IS BETTER. PREPARED TO DO THAT JOB PRINTING for you than any other printing office in the county. We have competent workmen and turn out promptly nothing but good work. LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ON YOUR NEXT LOT OF PRINTING Bhe DAILY DEMOCRAT Office: B.JSt., between 4thjjaud 5tb, North of Court House. Afresh, Tender, Juicy Meats Pare, Clean Groceries The Best th...

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 October 1908

LOCAL ITEMS Mrs. Dr. U, C. Humo ij on tho eiok list. Full lino of driod fruits, just in at 0, P. Skngga. 224 dtf Mrs. Jobuo Komp wont to Ok lahoma City today. Tho OaBh Grooory sloro always satisfios, Phono 312, Whitlook Bros., and got tho bost. 222 dtf T. H. Williams wont to Apaoho on business today. Order Log Cabin Mnplo Syrup, all bIzob in stock at O. P.Skaggs. 221Jdtf II. W. Morgan is tranBaoting tiusinoBS in Ft. Cobb today. Try Aldridgo & Hardy for frosh moats and up to dato gro unds. Phono 120. 220 tf "Mrs, S. Howry is visiting 'frionds in Ft. Cobb this wook. Hoinz piokloB, Kotohup, ohow ohow Anadorko Qrooory Co Phono CO. 210 tf Agent Stookor is transacting govornmont businoss in Lawton today. Bo suro and hoar Rov. J. A. Scott at Baptist ohuroh Wednes day at 7:30 o'olook. 22G d3t Mibb Carrio Magore, of Jasper, Mo., is tho guoBt of Mr. and Mrs. J, L, Foloy. Now State and LouiB canned goods aro tho host; ohoaper gradoB if you will. Anadarko Grocery Co. Phono GO. 210 tf .Mrs. ...

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