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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 20 October 1908

If O. K. lllsloilcnl Society Daily Th ANADAlUvO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., TTESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1D0S No. 220 OL. 7. Demoorat MAYOR DECIDED tut tic vnTF ouncil Splits on Question of Removal of Dairy Meet Again Tonight For the first time in months tho ity oounoil at its mooting last ieht divided on party lines and l-avo a tie voto, tho mayor being bligod to exeroiso tho powor nd oaBt tho dooiding ballot. Tho luostion oamo up over tho mat- or of tho dairy oonduotod by G. IV. Gallaher, which a portion of ho oounoil headed by tho mayor, onstitutintr tho board of hoalth, lias boon endeavoring to declare k nuisance and foroo its removal rom its present location. This is a matter that has been oforo tho council for somo time nnd has occasioned oonsidorablo controversy. At the mooting ast nicht a motion was mode hat tho counoil petition tho In- lian aeenoy to renew the Iobbo or Mr. Gallahor and on the vote ho oounoil split on party lines, he domooratio members voting n favor of the motion ana tne...

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. — 20 October 1908

RAISED FROM SICK BCD. After All Hope Had Vanished. Mm. J. II. Dennett, 09 Fountain St., Gardiner, Mo., onys: "My back used to troublo mo bo bo vcrely that at lost 1 hnd to givo up. I took to my bed nnd stayed thoro four months, Buffering In tonso pain, dlzzlncuo, hendncho nnd In flammntlon of tho bladder. Thou Kb without botM), I bo can using Doan'a Kldnoy rills, nnd In three months was completely cured. Tho troublo baa novor retarned." Sold by all dealers. CO cents a bo. Foiitor-Mllburn Co., Huffalo, N. Y. CALLED FOR SOME PUNISHMENT. Prisoner Altogether Too Deliberate for Life In Arizona. Arizona Jmlgo (to dvfcndnnt In an as.iault nnd batlery caao) You Hay tho complnlnnnt cnllud you n liar and tooroo thief nt leant n dozrn times bo foro you knocked him down, oh? Defendant Yes, nlr. JudRo Ho said you wero a coward nnd quitter? Defendant Ho did. Judge All right, I'll let you oft on the assault chnrgo; but don't Ikj In n Hurry, mlRler I reckon I'll hnvo to flno you Jest about $50 for ...

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. — 20 October 1908

WOMAN'S BACKACHE WHILK ENTERTAINING A DUKE. vMHHflHH.MMi Tlio back is tbo malnsprinff of woman's organism. It qulclcly calla attention to trouble by aching. It tells, with other symptoms, such aa nervousness, headache, pains in tho loins, weight in tho lower part of tho body, that a woman's fcminlno organism needs immediate attention. In such canes tho ono sura remedy which speedily removes tho cause, and restores tho fcminlno organism to a healthy, normal condition is LYDIAE.PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND airs. Will Young, of 0 Columbia Ave, Rockland, Mo., says: " I waa troubled for a long time with dreadful backaches and a pain in my itlo, and was miserable in every way. I doctored until I was discouraged and thought I would never get wclL I read what Lydla E. PInlfham'n Vegetable Compound had dono for others and decided to try It; after taking three) bottles I can truly say that I novcr felt so well In my life." Mrs. Augustus Lyon, of East Earl, Pa., writes to Mrs. Pinkham: "I had ...

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. — 20 October 1908

LOCAL ITEMS i J. B. MoCarthy, of Fl, Cobb, was in iho city today. Tho Cash Grooory Btoro alwaya satisfies, l'hono 312, Whitlook Broa., and got tho boat. 222 dtf J. E. Whito ie in Duncan today looking nftor somo loane. Order Log Cabin Maplo Syrup, all sizes in stook at O. P.Skaggs. 224 dtf A. T. Boys wont to Ft. Cobb Jaat night, on legal business. Try Aldridgo A Hardy for frcah moata and up to dato gro ceries. Phono 120. 220 tf L M. Spivoy mado a buainoaa trip to Oklahoma City today. Bo euro and hoar Rov. J. A. Soott at Baptiat ohuroh Wodnoa day at 7:30 o'clook. 225 d3t G. Kunkoll is tranaaoting buainoaa in Graooraont today. Tho JargoBt lino of bottlo goodo in town at 0. P. Skaggfl. C.O.D. Grooory. 221 dtt Mra. Kato IS, Morrison wont to Carnogio laat night to visit for a low daya. Evorybody is invitod to hoar J, A, Soott at tho Baptist ohuroh Wodneaday ovoning. 225 d3t Miss Mao MoUao wont to ChiokaBha this morning to ontor buainoaa oollogo. Now gooda arriving oaoh day, lot ub toll yo...

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 October 1908

O- . Historical Society Th Democrat. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OICLA., WEDNESDAY. OCTOHEK 21, 1908 VOL. 7. No. 227 Daily ndiana Junior Senator Answered by Governor Haskell Hoosier Young Man Shown a Thing or Two By Oklahoma's Chief Executive Special to tho Democrat. Guthrie, Okla., Oot 21. Sei ator Boverodgf of Indian i, who last week toured OKlahoma on apooial train as a gueBt of the Oklahoma etato republican oom mitteo, propuundod aevoral no sonaioal questiona to Governor Haskell at Muakogeo, the follow 'ru'hful and undeoirablo oitizon Fourth Question: Will tho B ate administration permit a publio inspeotion before election of tho aohool land rental fund of the stato, and a publio exami nation belore eleotton of tho of fioiala of the banks in whioh they are deposited, and tho state of- ing being those reported in tho fioiala that have the manago rsiithrin f.anital and Oklahoma mont of theso fundH? Answer: Yea sir, and this privilege'haa always been open to everybody, except finally 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. — 21 October 1908

A rHE ANADARRO DAILY DEMOCRAT Published Every Evening uxcept aunuay. A. S. ROBERTS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Delivered by Carrier, Ry Mall, payable In advance, - - Entered at tho rostofflco at Anadarko, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1008. POCRATIC TICKET Hfcli w i i 1 1 i -- I Ummtmmt For Presidential Elector.. (Vote for Seven) S. M. ItUTIIBWOKD. Q OKOKOIS O. WWTISHUllST. LJ GEonan IIOWMAN. L W. DUENNON. UaA- MoDOUQALL. PJIESTON 3. LE3TE1L j. b. ainnoNS. - - - For Justice of Supremo dourt. Second District. 'Vote for Ono from Each District.) R. L. WILLIAMS. For Justice of 8tiprome Court. Fourth Dlotrlct (Voto for Ono from BaoU District.) SAMUEL W. HAYES. For Corporation Commissioner. 5 A P. WATSON. For Oongrennmn. 2nd District ELMER E. FULTON. For State 8enator GEO. O. JOHNSON. For HpreenUtlve. (Vote for Two) JOE SMITH J. S. UELL NOTE: llryan's name will not np pear un u.v u.iic.-. i.-.. way to register your vote for h.:u 1 to voto for tho sovon doniocnitlc can didates for presidential e...

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 October 1908

DEHDCHKT ' GBHIEO-L.TltiBI DEAN OF AMZS.CAN JOURNAL ISM TEI.L3 OF HIS JOY AT REULT REPUBLIGAU MM MENACE TO OUT In His First Pol t'eal Address Sines 1C92 the Edilor of the LoulsvllU Courier-Journal Urges his Hearers to Support Uryan, Whose Election ' He has Twice Opposed LonlsTllle, Ky.. Oct. 21. In his first political speech since 18D2, de livered at a democratic rally In this oily, Hon. Henry Watterson declared that whatever usefulness the republi can party erar possessed, It has for tlie Urn outlived, and that It stands today a menace to equal taxation and economic administration, If not to or derly government and free Institu tions. "I truthfully rejoice thnt I havo liv ed to look upon n united democracy," said Mr. Wattorson. "I was born in a domocrntlc campaign during what proved to bo a bad yoar for tho den ocrnts, and I attained my majority Just In tlmo to see the party go over the precipice of sectionalism, to what seemed Its ruin. "Tho politicians toll us that thcr arc many ...

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 October 1908

LOCAL ITEMS W. B. Rocd ia in Lono Wolf today, Pull lino of driod fruits, just in at 0. P. Skagga. 224 dtf J, P. Mitoholl ia in Chiokaaha today. Tho largest lino of bottlo goods in town at O. P. Skagga. C.O.D. Grooorv. 221 dtf Wm, Plum wont to Tomplo on businoaa last night. Evorybody ia invitod to hoar J, A, Soott at tho rfaptiet ohuroh WodnoBdp.y evening. 225 d3t Suanna Faris has filed sui Josus FariB for divoroo. Now gooda arriving oaoh day, lot us toll you what wo havo. 224 dtf 0. P. SiCAaas. C. W. Gnllahor wont to Paula Valloy on businoaa today. Ordor Log Cabin Maplo Syrup, all Bizos in Btook at O. P.Skaggs. 224 dtf W. W. Torry is tranBaoting (business in Chiokaaha today. Try Aldridgo it Hardy for fresh moats and up to dato gro oorios. Phono 120. 220 tf H. T. Mills wont to Kansas City on business this morning. Bo suro and hoar Rov. J. A. Soott at Baptiet ohuroh Wednes day at 7:30 o'olook. 225 d3t Ella Kolly haa filod an appli cation againBt William A. Kolly for divoroo. Whoro did...

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 October 1908

K' ff'lor!en, So ,t Th Dally Democrat. ANADARKO. Ji'ADDO COUNTY, OKLA., TIintSSDAY. (HTOBKIl 22, 1008 (I VOL. 7. No. 228 Extraordinary Clothing Offerings e Wool Suits for Cotton Suit Prices! How? Not a sale, nor selling at coft. 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 making, and clothing manufacturers were scared. We bought several hundred suits of those cancelled orders, at prices which enables us to sell wool suits of reliable makes, 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 conditions has given us this great lead in WeslernOklahoma for Underselling Them Alj and helped to build us up to our present ...

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 October 1908

MANY MASONS AT A BANQUET One Hundred Visiting Lodrfcmcn Entertained By Their An adarko Brethren Anndarko lodeo No. 1 A. F. & A. M tho oltloBt Masonio lodge in old Oklahoma, waB host Tuoo- day aftornoon and evening to almost ono hundred visiting brothron from tho various lodgoB in tho oounly and Burrounding towns. This mooting waB oallod in view of tho faot that Oklaho ma and Indian Torritory would soon oonBohdato, and Grand lodgo offioorB would not bo in tho neighborhood, and that Grand Ma'stor Hong waB a rosidont of this oity. In tho aftornoon, after an in formal roooption to tho visitors, J. R, OBborno, W, M., of Vordon lodgo No, 157, oonforrod tho first dogroo on J. 13. Bandore. G. E. Colo, W. Mi, of Carnogio lodgo, No. 137, oonforrod tho sooond dogroo, Marion Bristow boing tho oandidato. J. M. Hamil, V. M. of Lawton lodgo No. 75, oon forrod tho third dogroo on Goo. V, Ford. A roooss waa then takon until 8 p. m. At night tho third dogroo was oonforrod on H. G. Harvoy by tho 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. — 22 October 1908

GAVE HIMSELF UP Joe Wheeler Returns to An swer Bootlegging Charge Joo Wheelor, who has boon absent from town for eomo tirao, returned Tuesday and surrender ed himself to tho authorities on an old ohargo of illegally having liquor in his possession. Mr. Whoolor gave himself up and was released on bond in tho sum of S300 to appear boforo tho Janu ary torm of oourt. Tho informa tion under whioh tho ohargo stood againstShim waB filed July 14 last. Morgan Meeting Fails Diok Morgan, tho republican oandidato for congress from tho second district, was billed for a big politioal mooting in Anadarko Tvoeday night, but tho rain in torforrod with tho plana of tho republican loaders, tho rain being aided in tno matter by tho lato. noes of tho trains. Tho Ana darko band had boon engaged for tho occasion and waited un til nearly 0 o'oiook when tho at tompt to haye tho spoakor met with music waB abandoned. When tho train finally arrived Mr. Morgan was takon to tho court houso whoro a Eooro or raoro...

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 October 1908

LOCAL ITEMS 1 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Ceiclclo County. Mrs. Chas. Tippio, of Vordon, was shopping in tho oity Saturday. Full lino ol driotl fruits, just in nt 0. P. Skagga. 221 dt ProtoBt blanks at tho Demo crat offioo. 228 tf W. E. Swindlor and wifo wont to Oklahoma City on businuss last night. Tho largest lino of bottle goods in town at 0. P. Skaggs. C.O.D. Grooory. 221 dtf J. D. Joffrios of Faxon, is visit ing hiB daughter, Mrs. P. L. Jorgonson. Evorybody is invitod to hoar J. A, Soott at tho Baptist ohuroh .WodnoBday ovonine. 225 d3t 'W. H. Taylor, of Ohiokaeha, is horo ropairing tho toll linos. Hour Rov. J. A. Soot, stato ovangelist, at tho Baptist ohuroh WodnoBday ovoning noxt at 7:30 Volock. 220 d3t J. S. Boll will addrosB tho poo plo at Hydro this ovoning. Tho ladios of tho library asso ciation will oontinuo thoir rum mago Ba'o noxt Saturday in tho roar of Coombs Uros.,drugst?ro. 227 d3t J. C. Ridgoll is doing somo po litioal booBting in and around Hinton. Don't forgot...

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 October 1908

' IC' "lloi-lcaI Society nru Daily Democrat A A.AV ANADAKKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., FMDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1008 VOL. 7. No. 229 REPUBLICAN SOMERSAULTS Statements of Partisan Press as to Democratic Administration Proven False by Facts While the ropublioanpoUtioiunB of Oklahoma wore fighting state hood last fall, and tryinR ovory means fair or foul to induce the people of Oklahoma to reject the constitution, ono of their stook arguments was that the limit on taxation in the constitution was so low thatit would be impossible to raise taxes sufficient to pay thn ntnto. oountv or sohool dis triot expenses. In tho beginning of the present oampaicn, without apology for their statement laBt fall, these same republican policioians went from one end of tho state to the other proclaiming that because of tho extravaganoo of tho state administration, taxos were going to be twioe aB high in Oklahoma as they should be. When tho domoorafio press of tho state published the aotual figures proving that tho d...

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 October 1908

XKW..X.'!X.-tA... A HALL OF CHRIST UNCLE 3 SAM $500. i WEALTHIER 000,000 By ELLIOTT D. YOUNG Treasay Officials Coin Great Amount of Emergency Currency. iPKICIAIj curroncy atrotchers of tlio Uni ted States government havo ready $600,000,000 In emergency notes, created by the Aldrlch1 Vrcclntid law, which can ho put out at nn Instant's notice to nip financial panics In tho bud. Great progress was mado by tho trcnHiiry odlclnlH In getting tho monster bun dles of notes Into shape to bo Isrued at moment's notlco. Unrdly hnd the bill which created this emorgoncy currency panned tho gauntlet hold up by congress whon Ircusury olllclals wore at work to put Cash Must Be "Ready jfor Distribution, 7nder Aldrich -Vreetand A.ct9 By the Time Congress Meets HoteJ the WorK of Getting Money in Shape Is Accomplished. f In tho nicuntlmo tho dies wcro cast by tho engraving bureau. Thla en graving required tho grcatost caro for n slnglo deviation In lines upon tho copper plates meant that the bill would ...

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 October 1908

Thiukgh Romantic l"MlilA gf FREDERICK TAYLOR Parnsnaiini Tea Gtowim Old Joe's Grubstake -K- k in By Edith King Latham fcsTZ runu Snl S Jfr Kk ssssfe. . -. M -a cjjgsma&g 3Zue 3 Northward beyond the passes of Cushmoro lieu tlio land of Thibet. Cashmoro might bu called tho buffer state between India and thai long closed country of miporatltlon whoso C.000,000 Inhabitant arc still undor tho sway of grand lamns. SInco tho opening up of Thibet by tho expedition Bent by tho Uritish gov ernment under tho command of Col. Younghusband boiuo light of modern civilization has penotr.ited through theso closed doors, but, unhappily, owing to tho Influence of tho Anglo Russian agreement, tho gatos havo clashed to again. However, very few travolera enter Cashmere from the tnllsomo northern passes of Lesser Tlilbot. Thoy aro dllllcult oven for tho mountain unilo to scale, so steep and sudden uro tho numerous sharp turns and angles, utterly dovold of vegeta tion except coarso lichen; In winter Im...

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 October 1908

LOCAL ITEMS Good ootton is worth S8.00 to day. Protoat blanka at tho Domo orat offioo,, 228 t! W. E. Potlriok and fa rally wont to Dallas, Tox to attond tho fair. Tho largost lino of bottlo goods In town at 0. P. Skngge. C.O.D. Grocery. 221 dt J. L. Pattoraon, of Graoomont, is viBitlng friondo in tho olty today "Everybody is invitod to hoar J. A. Soott at tho Baptist ohuroh Wodnosday ovoning. 225 dt B. B. Diotrioh loavea today for Mbxioo to look after his flnanoial intoroste. Tho ladios of tho library asso ciation will oontinuo thoir rum mago ea'o noxt Saturday in tho roar of Coombs-Kros., drugstore. 227 d3t i G. E. StitoB, of Dont county, Mo., is horo with his family and will looato in Caddo oounty. Lot us figure with you on oan nod goodB for tho wintor. Big lino of vogotablo9 and fruits at wholeBalo priooa at 0. P.SkaggB. 224 dtf V. W. Torry wont to Dallas. Tox., tliia morning, and will oombino businoss and ploasuro by attonding tho fair whilo thoro. Lot us soil you grooorioB 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. — 24 October 1908

K "Jsiorfoftl Socf C v Th emocrat & V I VOL. 7. ANADAHKO. PADDO COUNTY, OKLA., SATtTJU)AY. OCTOBER 21, 100S No. 230 'H R NIGHT RIDERS GETTING BIS WILL TOUR STATE Threatens to Destroy Platform at Mangum if it is not Discontinued Night R'.dora havo raado thoir appearances in Oklahoma and gin operators and tho cotton interests are gotting alarmed oror tho sit uation. Mangum has hud an experience with this oharacter of law broakors, the following ar tiolo appearing in a rooont edition of the Mangum Daily Star: "J. N. Caddell reoeived a lot tor on Ootobor 13, bearing the Mangum postmark, date of Oo tober 12, in whioh ho was warned to discontinue patronizing the platform. Tho letter is obviously written by somo porson who makes every effort to disguise his handwriting. "The writer not only threatens to burn tho platform in case the buyers do not stop patronizing it and Bond their cotton to Hill's yard instead, but contains a veiled throat to do personal vio lence to Mr. Caddell, as 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. — 24 October 1908

Orchi By FRANK LOVELL NELSON BEy W II Carlton His &B3&ggaK53:I . N looking ovor my rath er monger notes I often II nil It (liniciilt to uolcct nmong tlio couii;1oh caseii In which I have liocn associated with Carlton Clarko the ono tlmt will boat innlco n Htory. At ttiu tlmo of ahlrh this utory drain IiIh famn as nn iintan"lor of in) tileries hnil none far nnd wide nnil our Oak street quartara often presented n regular procession of rllenln as early mid nn lato as Clarice was willing to rccelvo them. Many of my readern doubtleui will recall when llio city waa Bliockod by the mysterious nuirdor of the Honor nblo Algernon Sydney Hoppluston. Such wn tho Honnntlon nl (ho tlmo that It scorns nlniost itunocosRnry now to go Into tho details. Tho crime, for crime It wan U on the fnco, was dls covered nlioul four o'clock In tho morning, nnd bo i;reat was the tlguro Hint the Honorable Algernon Sydney had cut during his threo yenrn real ilencc In Chicago, whero lie had como from Englan...

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. — 24 October 1908

gtXfZZZZ'Z IOIOKOICOIOICOXOIOIOXOICOIOIOIrZ I talk of new yorkI I Gossip of People and Events Told In Interesting Manner. Cf v 1Z111ZZXK&11K!CV "Chameleon Girl" Forgives Exiled Sister NEW YORK. Over tho body of Gio vanni P. Moroslnl, tho wealthy banker nnd philanthropist, who would not forgive, nn orring sister wnn for given by Mlsa Glulla Moroslnl, tho "chanickoii girl,' daughter of tho banker, noted for her mastery of hoists, hor Icadorshlp In society, and for her statement that no woman can dress on less than $100,000 a year. Tho forgiven sister was Vlttorla Moroslnl beforo sho married her fath er's coachman, Ernest Huo! Schilling, in lfSl. Slnco that tlmo Miss Glulla hal been her father's constant com I'anlun. The aged banker novor for Bavo tho girl who disobeyed him. Mrs. Schilling has lived In Rutland. Vt., for the last six years. First sho was an Inmato of St. Joseph's convent there, hut later sho went to board with n family named Williams, on the out skirts of tho city. ...

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. — 24 October 1908

2 LOCAL ITEMS Cotton is $8.05 to $8.75 today. Full lino of dried fruits, just in nt 0, P. Skaggo. 221 dlf Mra. Frank Stone ia a Chiuk asha visitor today. Wow goods arriving each day, lot us toll you what wo havo. 221 dtf 0. P. Skaqos Rev. E. B. Toia is transacting buainoao in Vordon today, Try Aldridgo & Hady for froBh meats and up 0 dnto grooorica. PhonrdJ, 220 tt Sandora mado a to Oklahoma City Prof. J. B buainoae trip today. "Tha Devil" and company will boo you at tho opora hotiBO Wodnoaday night, Mies Virgil Groonly, of Uarno gio, waa in'tho oity laot night on route to Marlow, whoro aho haa aacoptod a position. Miaa Luollu Twining, an ao oompliahod young lady, and Chautauqua looturor of national roputation, will 'givo ono froo looturo i n Anadarko, Sunday night at 8 o'olook, at tho court houao. Ladioa and gontlomon ond ohildron cordially invited. 220 2t Mrs, Burnam and daughter Crayton Huger, of Baton Rougo, La., arrivod tliis morning and will visit hor paronts, Mr. and Mrs....

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