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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 26 October 1908

O If. 'Iisior',.1 Sorlclr Th Daily liemocra A. C7 I. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., MONDAY. OCTOUltJIt 20, 1008 VOL. 7. No. 231 New Cotton Oil Mill Big Help to Anadarko Large Industry Ready to Begin Operations- Buildings Modern and Complete vin Every Way Through tho courtoay of Con traotor A. T. Sohmidt, tho Dcra oorat was shown through the building of tho ootton oil mill, with a detailed explanation of all tho proooBBOB of tho maohinery Suturday, ThiB iB tho fourteenth oil mill oonatruoted under Mr. Sohmidt's Buporviaion, bo that no hoeitanoy on his part revealed itself in anBwor to the many questions put to him. The furnace, whioh consumes about ton tons of ooal per day, furnishes tho direot power whioh oauses the rovolution of a fly wheel of 200 horeo power and is 14 feet in diameter. Tho two dynamos furnish tho eleotrio light for tho buildings, also mag nolzing the lintor stands, bo that any foreign motahio substance shall be omight by tho magnetiz ed strips on tho linter. Tho 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. — 26 October 1908

ME ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT Published Every Evening Excopt Sunday. A. S. ROBERTS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES; Delivered by Carrier, 10c per week. By Mail, payable in advance, ... - $3.00 a year. Entered at the l'ostofllco at Anadarko, Okla., as second class mail matter. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1008. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Sm o , Eor Presidential Electors. (Voto for Soven) e. m. nuTiiKitroitD. QEonara o. wniTEiiuitsT. GKOItOB 110WMAN. n W. DU13NNON. D H. A. MoDOUaALL. rr I'ltWSTON 3. L.USTI3H. J. 13. amnoNs. For Justice of Supreme Court. Second District. (Voto for Ono from Each District.) It. h. WILLIAMS. For Justice of Supreme Court. Fourth Dlotrlct (Voto for Ono from Each District.) D SAMUEL W. HAYES. Q For Corporation Commissioner. A I WATSON. n ForConsretiman. 2nd Olitrlct ELMER E. FULTON. For Slate 8cnator GEO. O. JOHNSON. For Rspretentatlvci, (Vote for Two) JOE SMITH J. S. BELL KOTE: Bryan's uamo will not an pear on the official ballot. 1 i. -way to register your vote for him Is to vote ...

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. — 26 October 1908

MUST HAVE PANELS NEOE88ARY ELABORATION OF THE "FROCK.'' BLAC5K NET OVER TINTO. Mode of Formr Generation That Hfta Deen r.i.urttl. Decree of Fashion That I Expensive and Troublesome But Really Gives Them a Charm ing Effect. Havo you over noticed that It Is a "frock" In summer and a "gown" In winter? To tho femlnlno mind, the distinc tion is not so subtle as It appenrs In type, for "frock" suggests simplicity, alrlnesa and youth, whllo "gown" hints at dignity, richness aud more or loss elaboration. Certainly tho summer frock of 1908 is airy and youthful, but, alas, not simple, and no ono feature contributes more to its elaboration than a panel. Jl panel can novcr bo simplo, and It generally Involves trimming within its borders and as an outline. In the up-to-dato lingerio frock the nanel la absolutely essential. Quito generally it runs from tho edge of tho deep yoko fo tho hem of the front aoro, and then on the sides and back smaller panels are introduced. Even eloeves aro paneled to ...

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. — 26 October 1908

LOCAL ITEMS Paul Aiartinoz wont to Vortlon today. Tho largost lino of bottlo goods in town at 0. P. Bkaggs. CO D. Ornnorv. 224 dt S. L. Singloton la in Graoo-1 mont today. Order Log Cabin Maplo Syrup all sizes in Btook at 0. P.SkoggB 224 dt' Ed Thrower wont to Minoo on bueinoB" today. Bo euro and got your Boat; Tho Dovil won't wait. Osoar Nnrris is in Ft Cobb to day on business. Tho Dovil Thursday night Don't forgot. It's a treat. Loo Hiu in transacting busi noes in Ft Cobb today. Prott'Ht Manke at tho Domo orat offioH . 228 tf Mrs. ChaB. E. Gordon was a morning paosongor to Oklahoma City. Try A 'iridgo A Hardy for frosh moatn and up to dato groaorh'B. Phone 120. 220 tf Fred R Kelloy, of Hobnrt, iH visiting an old friond in tho oily this week. Bo Bt fanoy MoAlostor Lump and Nut ooal at Chiokaflha Mill ing Co. Quiok dolivory. Phono No. 20 J. 228 iM Mrs Roy England and Miss Momio wont to El Rono thin morning Now goods arriving ouoh day, lot uh toll you what wo have. 224 dtf 0. P. Siua...

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. — 27 October 1908

- K. niitorJcnl Society "V (W Th emocrat CXi C7 ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., TCIOSDAY. OCTOBER 27, 100S VOL. 2. No. 233 fBgiJfeEfljfcXJfev h iy BOY KILLED BY ACCIDENT Will Lindsay of Chickasha Vic tim of Sunday Hunting Trip Dies in Buggy TORRENS SYSTEM While driving along tho road Sunday afternoon Will Lindsay, tho 18-year old son of County Clork J, D. Lindsay, of Chiok- asha, was shot and aooidontly killed by a gun carried by him self. HiB brother was sitting just bohind Will, who was oarrying a shot gun bohind his knoes. Ho says tho aooident happened ap parently without cause. The boys were Btartlod by hearing the exploeion of tho gun and his brother saw Will throw his hoad baok. Howard MoFarland, who was driving, jumpod out ex claiming thut Will was killed. Tho ohargo entered just under the chin and death waa instan taneous. The father of the boy had on tertained some of the oounty of ficials with a 12 o'olook lunoheon. About 1 o'clock two boys drove up in a rig after the two L...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 27 October 1908

FARMERS OF THE MIDDLE WE3T. depots you will find llio liiBiirnnio urn- (j?(M " Au( " BiSWJBSxS Sfl V K5M4M V-4 ZUJ Alf'A , . WfSSffiCJ. Im iiimimi iiiimiiininMUiini 8 m X UfcHBA KW , ,Wv - iiir t ifev -w r. r- " i ikmii.i1 'tft, "i u iimLir m y MW V lA - JHrto rKiTr' You can Insure a n y t h 1 n g gainst dest ruction or Injury in niiy form whatsoever. Ilcfore you speak, thu company Iihh accepted tho proposi tion to which vou nro about to glvo volco and tho ncccp Unco encom passes every tiling, except. of course, tho rnto to ho charged. That la a rnther broad Htutoment. Tlioro Is Just ono exception In tho Hat of things Insurnblo. That Is tho dlroctolro gown. Hut thoro nro so ninny liiHiirahlo tiling that the Fiench creation In hnrdly mlused. Hero's n few of tho things on whoso destruc tion or safety you mny wager, nt lonj: odds, with Insurance companies: Live, homes, births, deaths, marriage, do mestic animals, livestock, barus, crops, cliruson, tho success of business, vessels, any ...

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. — 27 October 1908

I CHASE'S COACH GIFT TO NATION. THE RETURN OF CHEE LEE By JAMES FRANCIS DWYER (UupyrlgUt, by ttliorUlury I'ub. Co.) Tho arrows of ft westering sun rlcocholcil nlong tho grcnsy surfacu of tho sen, and tho Hand beach was a sheet of whlto llamo under their lire. Tho coral teeth of tho Groat Dnrrlor bit viciously nt tho charging combers nnd tossed up spray that fell lllco n shower of blood. A Japanese pearling echooncr beating up towards tho etra.ts was the ouo splash of brown In thi belt of red ocean. Vcrlund cursed. Tho strip of vel vety shadow swung round tho hut, us If hiding from tho yc'.low glnro thnt licked nt It hungrily, and his bare legs hud boon stripped of their shade covering. I crawled after him as he snuggled closor to tho wall. The locusts were singing noisily In a clump of small gum trees near tho beach, and I was thinking how silent It would bo aftor thoy had finished thoir song when my companion stnrtled mo with a quos'lon. "What brought you up here?" ho aaked, slarpl...

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. — 27 October 1908

-BTT Democrat WANT Advertisements " """" BRING RESULTS - Not exceeding 0 Linos 3 DayB, 2Sc. Ono Week without change, 40c. Have you Found, or do you Wnnt to Find, Huy or Soil Something? Then J THY A. 'Democrat Want Ad, myirrnrrr" i - - - mm .Ar? INDIANA IS SAFE KOTO. IMIIWMl FOU SALE 13 room boarding Iioubo. A bargain. Add row C2, care Daily Damocrat, 27 a WANTKD-A houMwork. good girl for general Mm. Go. Ford 223tf FOR SALK-L 18, 1128, Anadarko. Soo M. Clino on proration. FOlt ItBNT Newly furnlilmd, modorn roonn, with Iwtli.four doors oastSlar mont market, across Ltiwton track, for men only. 230 do WANTED-Puplls on violin and cor net. Torms reasonable. G. L. Ko der, Dreamland theatre 229 tf WANTED-At once, girl to do gonoral housowork for small family Inquire R. J. Liston, Fair Dop't store. 221tf LOST Ladlos gold watch. Finder leavo nt this ofllec and rocoivc re ward. 230 tf WANTED-Hoardor. Phone No. 293. 232 Gtd jjrt iwMA?tnyliteiiv'wi tvw0vfH;vBMVMisi,vnMil HAMMERT & AYRES Stap...

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. — 28 October 1908

0. ft. Historical Society i Ihe mfi&yps ANADA1UC0. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., "WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2H, 1008 VOL. 2. No. 23J- eMa BANNER CALF HELPS BRYAN Proceeds of Its Sale Given to the Bryan Fund By Sickles Township GET SEATS EARLY "Siokles township gave SOO to (lin Rpvnn fund: how muoh did MW r J -- - you give?" Tho banner oalf, won by Siok loa townahin at tho last olootion fnr nhnnpintr a ronublioan ma jority to a domooratio majority by moro than throe to one, woe brought to Anadarko by J. E, Harston Wednesday morning wearing a banner bearing tho above inscription. Tho calf ie now tho property of B. F. Cooper, register of deeds, it having been awarded to him by tho democrats of tho town ship the funds raisod by its sale going to tho Bryan campaign fund. Tho oalf sold for S50. When tho oalf was sold Mr. Harston was called on for a spoeoh, and tho speooh ho made was to put a ton dollar bill on tho tablo and say that bo would give that if five others would crivo a like amount to bo ad...

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. — 28 October 1908

TRAGIC STORY OF DR. RUSTIN Happening in Modern Life That Pales the Wildest Fiction Ever Evolved from Brain of Novelist All the wclrdness of fiction has been outdone by the wonderful case of Dr. Frederick T. Rustln, an Omaha physician and former Yale athlete, who wag shot down on hio own veranda as a result of a triple suicide pact In which tho woman he loved was to be one of the participants. Here is a true story of tho case in chapters. It is one that surpasses all the Inven. tions of the most cunning mind. Oinnlin. Null. Mont coolly nnil calm ly Mrs. Abide II. Hlco. tlii "woman In the wine" In llio HiihIIii murder niys Hi. mild I luil Dr. ItiiHlIn liiul t rallied her iin to tlit point or killing lilm, lint familiarizing her with hospital scone nnil then by working u tho lioio wot i.lilp nnil aympntliy In lior tuitiiru hnd gradually woiked lowiiril tho point where sho could llro the shot which would Idll him. Hooks or llctlnn In which one man died for nnother. mid books In which ur...

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. — 28 October 1908

SULTAN'S FIRST APPEARANCE IN PUBLIC I ' Bur jy !-. f i ?flfi Perhaps the most astonishing recent change In Turkey Is that which Is represented by the spectacle of the sultan, Abdul Hamld, taking a drive. Un til the threatened advance of two army corps upon Stamboul forced Abdul Hamld to revive the constitution of 1876 the commander of the faithful never had dared to show himself outside the precincts of Ylldlz kiosk, except for the Friday drive to the Selamllk In the Hamldleh mosque, which Is practically within the grounds of the palace. By thus showing himself freely to his peo ple Abdul Hamld has done a good stroke of business for himself, because the Turk Is a patient beast of burden, absolutely loyal to his padlshah, and only asKing not to bo ridden to the death by corrupt pashas and palace favorites. Hence the public appearances of the sultan have been the occasion of a series of outbursts of perfectly sincere loyalty. SON OF MAN-EA TERS AMERICAN WILL TRY TO CIVILIZE CANNIBAL Y...

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. — 28 October 1908

farmers' Union Special to the Democrat Enid, Okhf., Oot. 28 Tho Gar fiolcl County Farmor'a Union ia in soseion hero this aftornoon with o largo attendance Tho prinoipal address of tho mooting will bo dolivored by W. J. Craw ford, stato leoturor and organiz er. A number of othor labor or HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY HAMMERT & AYRES Staple &.nd Fsuicy Groceries FIIESH MEATS, SAVSAGE AND SALT MEATS Fisblin Season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. C Street & 6th Phone No. 81. Any way you tako it. This is ono of the big reasons why this Store has forged to tho front and become ouo of the best stores in Oklahoma. it is our ono aim to please and at all times treat ono and all alike, making one prico to all; whether you aro rich or poor you got tho samo cour teous treatment here, being honest and fair in all our deulings with you. This, in a nutshell, tells tho story of our wonderful success. Wo welcome you, whether you aro ready to buy or not. Come any old time; tho latch string hangs on t...

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. — 29 October 1908

O. K. 11, orleM Society The Daily Democrat ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1908 VOL. 2. No. 235 Hesketf s "Cold Storage" Talk Thoroughly Thawed Out. Judge B. F. Holding Hands out the Real, Red Hot Facts and Figures in Answer to the Garbled Babblings of the Anadarko Attorney for the Rock Island Railway, as Published in the Local Repub lican Organ. To tho Editor of the Demoorat: If you will permit mo the spaoo in your valuablo paper, I would liko to make eome little oomment upon the letter of Hon. Frank H. Hoakett, whioh appeared in the Anadarko Tribuno of dato Ooto ber 23d. This io tho second letter that has been published by our distinguished oitizen in the last few woeke n this paper. I am informed, on tho boat of au H&Btlty, that tbeeo artioles aro prepared by tho Btate Republioan press association, thoy are hand ed out then to tho various and divers o o u n t y oommittooman from over the state for publica tion in weekly and daily papers that they might oo...

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. — 29 October 1908

- MaMHWiHHaMMMM BANNER CALF HELPS BRYAN I Dietrich Opera House Good Thing Proceeds of Its Sale Given to the Brynn Fund By Sickles Township 1 "Siokloa township gavo S00 to tho Brynn fund; how muoh did you givo?" Tho bnnnor oalf, won by Siok Iob township at tho laBt olootion lor changing a ropublioan ma jority to a domooratio majority by moro than throo to ono, wob brought to Anadarko by J. E. Harston Wodnoeday morning wearing a bannor boaring tho abovo inscription. Tho oalf is now tho property of B. P. Coopor, register of doods, it having boon awardod to him by tho domoorats of the town ship tho fundB raisod by its salo going to tho Bryan campaign fund. Tho oalf sold for S50. Whon tho oalf waB sold Mr. Harston waB oallod on for a apcooh, and tho spoosh ho mado was to put a ton dollar bill on tho tablo and say that ho would givo that if fivo others would givo a liko amount to bo addod to tho Bryan fund, The biys "oallod" Mr. HarBton and as a rosult a draft was sont to tho state oommit...

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. — 29 October 1908

i Hheskett's Cold Storage (Cont.from page 1) administration, has turriod ovor to tho stoto treasurer tho sum of S10.059.35 for the throo months immediately following the advent of statehood as against 33,047 02 turned into the Territorial Troas urer undor the Ropublioan ter ritorial form of government, for tho threo months immediately preceding Btatohood, and that in tho ir.fanoy of the Btato. Now is it not juBt as reasonable for a Domoorat to presume that those departments will oontinuo to fur nish a like amount for a period of nineteen and ono-half months whioh would mean Bomoihing in tho aggregate of 8215,000.00 to aid in reduoing tho stato deficit as complained of by ray friend, Frank, and whioh defioit is bo alarming to him and only amounts, in the aggregate, ti 5851,827.02. And it is for Mr. Hoakott to throw up his handB in holy horror and Bay to an in telligent publio that it is possible that tho courts might hold tho rovonue tax law invalid. Neither did Mr. Heakett toll you ...

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. — 29 October 1908

n (U. c I. Desflto'crai WANT, Advertisements ll!, nrtiNG RESULTS "' ' "I Not exceeding 5 Linos 3 Days, 2Fs Ono Welt wlthouchangc, 4dc'. Have you Found, or do you Want to TRY A. Find, iiuy or Sell SomcthinR? Then J 'Democrat Want Ad, FOR SALE 13 room boardinff houBC, A bargain. Addrenn C2, care Daily Democrat. 227 3 WANTED-A Rood tfirl for general r housework. Mra. Geo- Ford 223tf -i rr FOU SALE L 18, B23, Anadarko. Sec M. Cline on premises. . FOR KENT Newly furflishd, modern ro6m8, with bath.four doora east Star meat market, acronu Lawton track, for men only. 230 dC FOR SALE-4 room house; 50 foot lot $5C0. Coll or phono Hnldwln & Glbbs Co., I'hono 209. 233 2t LOSTr-Silk wnlch folf with a heart nhaped locket, between Baird'a con fectionery and Kccler'n residence. Finder return it to Clyde Kcelcr and receive reward. 23G 2td WANTED Pupils on violin and cor net. Terms reasonable. G. L. Ko dcr, Dreamland theatre. 229 tf WANTED-At once, girl to do genera housework for small family. In...

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. — 30 October 1908

O. tv. Ulstorical SooIoM K Th MKs ANADAKKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., rillDVV. OCTOBERS), U)OS 'VOL. 2 No.23G IIF1, H w i a FARMER KILLED BY k RUNAWAY Murtin Kentner Found Lying Dead by the Roadside Fri day Morning Martin Kentner, a well known farmer living three miles west and threo north of tho city, was found lying dead by tho roadsido two milco west of Anadarkc Fri day morning at about 0 o'elook, his death having been caused in a runaway accident. How the acoidont ocourred it io impossible to loarn definitely as no one was with Mr. Kentner at tho time Tho indications, how over point to tho faot that tho unfortunato mai. was thrown from tho seat of hie wagon as ho wub driving over a culvert somo two hundred ynrdB or more from tho plaoo hia body waB found. Tho hool from one of his bootB was found fastened in tho spring of tho wagon eoat whioh was ly ing by tho road not far from the culvert, and about half way be tween where tho Boat was found and whero tho body was lying was found his ...

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. — 30 October 1908

If yjc " SI TRAGIC STORY OF DR. RUST1N Happening in Modern Life That Pales the Wildest Fiction Ever Evolved from Brain of Novelist All the wclrdness of fiction lias been outdone by the wonderful case of Dr. Frederick T. Ruttln, an Omaha p yclclan and former Yale athlete, Who was shot down on hlo own veranda as a result of a triple suicide pact In which the woman he loved was to be oneof the participants. Here Is a true story of the case In chapters. It Is o'ne that curpacsos all the Inven tlons of the most cunning mind. Oinnlifi, Noli. Most coolly nnil calm ly Mrs. Alilile II. Hire, t lie "woman In the ense" In the Itustln murder mys tery, wild tlmt Dr. Itustln had trained her up to tho' point or killing him, Unit familiarizing her with hospital rcctio nnil then by working on the horo wor ship and sy input liy In her ntitiire hud gradually worked lowaid the point where she could lire the shot whlnh would ltlll him. Hook of fiction In which one twin died for (mother, nnil hook In whi...

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. — 30 October 1908

SULTAN'S FIRST APPEARANCE IN PUBLIC HHHHffilSPiX KPiJfPnBnaflB Stilt $ M$ ft-P MHHMhsJE3?lffffl?ir2fe nBBk v8w J&&,tf . ! ". Perhaps the most astonishing recent change In Turkey Is that which Is represented by the spectacle of the sultan, Abdul Hamld, taking a drive. Un til the threatened advance of two army corps upon Stamboul forced Abdul Hamld to revive the constitution of 1876 the commander of the faithful never had dared to show himself outside the precincts of Ylldlz kiosk, except for the Friday drive to the Selamllk In the Hamldleh mosque, which is practically within tho grounds of the palace. By thus showing himself freely to his peo ple Abdul Hamld has done a good stroke of business for himself, because the Turk is a patient beast of burden, absolutely loyal to his padlshah, and only asking not to be ridden to the death by corrupt pashas and palace favorites. Hence the public appearances of the sultan have been the occasion of a series cf outbursts of perfectly sinc...

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. — 30 October 1908

Democrat WANT Advertisements BRING RESULTS " j Not exceeding S Lines 3 Days, 25c. One Week without change, tOc. q I1bv- von Found, or do you Want tol THY A Find, uuy or Sell Something? Thi J 'Democrat Want cld, WANTED A gootl girl for general housework. Mrs. Geo. l'onl 228 tf F()!l SALE L IB, 1118, Anodrko. Srt M. Clin on premises. FOR IlENT Newly furnished, modern rooms, with )mtli,four doors csst Star incut market, across Lawlon track, for men only. 830 d( LOST-SJlk watch fob with a heart ihtprf locket, between Uaird's con fectionery and Heeler's residence. Finder return it to Clyde Keclor and -twelve reward. 236 Sitd WANT ED-Pupils on violin and cor net. Torms reasonable. G. I.. Ko- der, Dreamland theatre. ZBLtf WANTED-At once, girl to do genera housework for small family. Inquire K. J. Liston, Fntr Dep't store. Sfiitf WANTED-lloanler. Phone No. 298. 232 GUI FOlt SALE 2 roosters, C hens, 15 pullets, pure blood, UlackOrphington chickens; fine winter layers. Fifty other chickens. L...

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