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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 31 October 1908

O. K. Historical Socloiy The & emocrat ASAIUHKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., SA'ITIUUY. OCTOBER Jjiv 100H VOL. 7 No.237 D 27', ,i -. VOTERS REM FOR ELECTION fircnt Oundrennical Battle ot Ballots h Now Near at Hand BIG CONVENTION Special to the Democrat. Now York. Oot. 31. On noxt Tuesday, the Amerioan pooplo will wago the quadrennial battle of ballots, and the result will determine whioh of the two groat parties will rule the deBtiny of the Nation for the suoooeding four yoarB. The oampaign now rapidly noaring an ond haB beon a remarkable one in many re apoot9, prinoipal among whioh is the fact that personalities Of the two presidential candidates have really more to do with tho probable results than anything else. On Tuesday there will bo oleotlons in forty-three states and two territories, Asido from tho National ticket there are many Btatos in whioh gubernatorial and state tiokets are to bo voted upon, and in whioh looal ibbuos are to bo determined. Governors and other state officer...

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. — 31 October 1908

Playing P,y 5TOQyOFCNSHOLM, TfiT nUf HflVt P&iY wAr c rmr mrioMLdAiK The oyplo In (ho section nrouiii) Olilsliolm, Minn., Hay Hint 11 Ik tho Irlest year that thoy huvo over Known. The woods nml tliu brush growth on cut-over liiml nro iih dry an tinder anil lliescnn Il seen In iih many an a half ilozi'n places at. one I line, starting trom what no chid knows. TIio natives jslvo various onuses of how Dm llnmcs tart, thi most papular of which nro xpnrks ft oin engines, hunters anil oumptTH, careless brush-burning by liomesteuilors nml Inrondlurlos. Ono liimi oven advanced the theory of I'poutuncniiH combustion', nml illil nut M'cni to llko it when 1 told lilm that I riKD ftlJ'rttS OF CHVHOLM .m1j if" BiiBBBBSBaHBiiBaBaBBaaBaBKaaBBaaiatMBiBiBaaaiB A HF A tSSSSSSSSSBstftsT JBP ii ,fc TjBfc-BI 'MSSf"fe. fc-. . SjBtAjor MHI . K . . jilWiiM""- "-.jt.t Jf i Jt'M-.JYl sm Vt.-tfV AifiWJa8L Ruins of Chlsholm Hotel Getti honcht this was hardly tho case. In ninny mctloii'i up lioio tho mound ...

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. — 31 October 1908

ft MulflSmieiry iiiiiinmiM'n......, ... m-itir----innnmMnr -XuTeinm i The Blue Light on the Mountain ROUND THE CAPITAL Informnllon nil Gossip Picked Up Here nnd hero In Washington. Bv PAUL CRANDALL m r1" " " """'"'na? '&? M !imi L Prospects for Social WASHINGT X Again tlio tido of Hoclet iiim turned. It is no longer whor to go, but when to to turn. Socle y lian bud Its lllng, and n inorry ono It has boon, despite all that linn Ix't'ii Bnld to tho conttnry, nnd now tlio inotc serious consider.! lions of liomo llfo como to tlio front. With tlin summer's ga) olios In Mai Harbor anil Xownort now only a memory, the fiiHhionablo Bet Is of vari ous m!nds as to whero to Hiiuml the next month. Virginia Hot Springs lioldf out a beckoning hand to those who hae ru oiled In tho bummor'M illsUpntlons. Jut In Washington tho curtain has liien rung up and tho stage KOt foi the lomlng season by tho nrrlvnl of tho president nnd Mrs. Roosovolt, nnd Hie raising or questions which necessl lato tho re...

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. — 31 October 1908

1 THE ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT ll'ublishcil Kvory Evening Except Sunday. . A. S. ROBERTS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION Delivered by Cntricr, ... By Mail, iyalilc In advance, Entered at tlie I'ostofTicc at Anatlarko, Oklo. RATES; 10c par woek. 8.00 a year. at second claw mail matter. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8J, 1008. Tho G. 0. P. hnahad to "shako down" Ut small ofltae holdors. Of oourf e tho contribution! aro nil voluntary. -TSon-ln-lw5 Longworth, tho administration outup. appears lo bo Bint'Intf low llube last days ol tho campaign. otooddoaa Mr, Hoekott's brain work, has not yot hud time to di goat tho faots and rather dis concerting figures given by Judgo Holding. Tho figuroa ware oorreot, honoo thoir dis oonoertinfi; nature to tho ropub lioans, 1 LOCAL ITEMS Wm. Plum is in Apaoho today, on buuinoss. Romomber tho now food store at tho Honningor Bottling Works Phono No. 200. Qtd iMiue Roona Monaoll Is visiting with Alisa Bortha Burkhar in Minoo. Mrs. G. W. Koelor will always koop fresh bakod bread...

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. — 2 November 1908

K Historical Society Anadarko is always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget it. m Qfe Pi HI ;S& If n m m m jO& WtV8 $ $""& Wb E3 $& ANADAHKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., MONDAY. NOYKUliKU I, loo.s --?.. YOL. 7 No.208 o SICK MORGAN'S " DOUBLE CROSS Playing Bolh Ends of the Dis trict Against the Middle To Win STATE TEACHERS The Daily Olduhoman of tat "Wednesday morning contained tho following aooount of meet ing Diok Morgan had in that oity the night before with a num bor of tho looal republioan poli ticians, which Bhowo tho manner in vhioh Diok ia endeavoring to double cross tho voters of tho seoond diBtriot in bin dosporate attompt to break into oongreos. Tho voters of Caddo county should know how Morgan is at tempting to harpoon them in order to eoouro their votes. Tho Oklahoman says: "Bohind dosed doors in the Frederiokson-Kroh hall last night, Diok T. Morgan, repub lican oandidato for congress in the second distrust, met...

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. — 2 November 1908

,-.JRI-t ." THE ANADAR.KO, DAILY DEMOCRAT .Published Every Evening Except Sunday. A. S. ROBERT'S, Editor. LONG SASH A BOON IN DAINTY LINGERIE Closing Out GIVES TONE TO FROCKS NOT QUITE IN LATEST STYLE. EXTREME SHEERNE8S OF MATE. RIAL IS THE REQUISITE. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Delivered by Carrier, 10c per week. By Mall, payablo in advance, - $3.00 a year. Now Worn So Broad as Entirely to Conceal the Waist Line Illus tration Shows One of the Latest Effects. For the Girl of Limited Means the Uco of Long-Cloth with Hamburg Embroidery or Torchon Lace Is Advised. B.nryiM i - " ii Entered at the Postc-fflcc at Anadarko, Okln., na second class mail matter. SALE I K MONDAY, NOVEMBER J, 1008. Caddo county !b democratic) and tomorrow's balloting If go ing to mako it moro bo, Shall tho pooplo rulo? It'o up to tho pooplo thomeolvoB; they muBt dotormino it tomorrow with thoir ballots. A voto for Joo Smith und J. II. Boll tomorrow ia a voto for Hon est Tom Qoro for tho United Statoa sonato. Put your 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. — 2 November 1908

T i DUTY OF DEMOCRATS TO 1TE 3TATE CHAIRMAN THOMPSON URGES HIS PARTY TO GO TO POLLS. POLITICAL AMBUSH Would Lull Democrats Into Belief that State Is Certainly Democratic, Thereby Inducing Thousands to Stay Away from the Polls. Shawnee. Okla., Oct. 2G. "There Is jut one duty left for the democrats of Oklahoma In the prosent campaign, tud that Is to sec that the democratic votes are all oust," said Chairman J. U Thompson In an Intorvlew today. "This Is a duty which rests with the it-dividual voters of the party. "The state and county organizations have done tholr work and done It rtcll A campaign of decency and euu- cation has been conducted before the people of Oklahoma, as a result of which several thousand former repub. lean nnd independent voters will sup Tt the democratic national and stat! st. All party dissensions between jcrnts havo been eliminated, and mocrncy of Oklahoma presents .d Jront to the foe. If a full vote registered next Tuesday the demo- iiatic party will havo a l...

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. — 2 November 1908

1 K i LOCAL ITEMS I OEQIQNO FOR FANOY WORK. Mrs. Leo Hito ia n Chiokneha visitor toduy. A. T. Boys wor.t to Hinlon to day on buBino3B. Jim Gidditiga, of Chioknsha, pant Sunday in.tho oily. maraoer tho now food store t tho Honningor Bottling Works Phono No. 200. d& Mrs. 8. L. Iloramor ia visiting relatives in Caahion thin wook. Miaa Muo AfoRao wont to GhiokashR toduy to visit roIn Civon. Mrs. J. Q Roid, of Hydro, is tho guost o Rov. T. L. Earring ton mid family. Ray Clary roturnod today from a Hhort visit with his brother, Chot, in El Rono. Jim MoRao and wifo who had boon viuiting rolativoa in tho oity for tho past wook, roturnod to thoir homo in Cliiokusha today. Your boat linono and wearing uppurol will roooivo tho boat at tention by tho Anadarko loo fc Laundry Co. 232 d5 Hon. Frank Stono, of tho Bry an hotol, waa u morning pasaon gor to llinton. O. V. Rogore, of Oklahomn City, ia in tho oity today shaking 'hands with old friorido. Miaa VnBta MoFnddon, of Hanlesville, ia tho gu...

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. — 3 November 1908

0. K. Historical Sockiv Anadarko is always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget it. Th siiiy 4. ixiocrs i C7 NAI)ARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., Tl IJSDAY. M) i:IHI0U ;, WON VOL. 7 No.23i S ELECTION RETURNS Received Tonight at Dreamland Theatre o o tn m (jt-h jjt. Prizato Aire. Bulletins Announced Between Every Number. - ,r Pro g Army of Two Caught in the Web Pope and Hall, Comedy, When Reuben Conies to Town Landslide for Bryan Predicted By Mack Chairman National Democratic Committee said Mr. Maok, "ia to full voto and eeo that it oatly counted." A Quiet Day I In Anadarko poll our ia hon Dec! ares Sentiment for Nebraskan, Would Sweep Nation Tuesday. T. h o oleotion i n Anadarki passed off qulo 3 notwithatand; line tho unusual interost takon i tho day's balloting;. The vot was steady at all of tho voting; prooinots throughout tho day and i largo voto was polled, not only tho oity but roports from ovo'r f With-tho oloBingof tho poll tonight...

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. — 3 November 1908

&&&&&$& ssL MAIDEN. LOST HER SLIPPEW. My By FRANK LOVELL NELSOf 0 riental Fakir and Hypnotist, Strange Murder and an Evanes cent Prisoner Furnish Points for Master Mind Carlton Clarke, Telepatho Deductive Solver of Criminal Mysteries, Comes to the Fore with a Solution of One of the Strangest Acts Known to His Career How He Arrived at End of Unraveling Process. vftC HAVE had occasion In tho course of thews narratives, to mention a rather unique tobac-cn-Jar which graced Carlton Clarku'B ntudy talilo. I long f (i 1 1 there wiib a ntory con nected with It, and I bided In patience Uio time wnen CmrKo snould bco tit to toll 1L Tliu silver skull Is pictured In my mind's eye uh I write; the itcllcnto tracery uf Uh ornamentation ; the ul rnont uncanny beauty of tho head and bust which formed the handle; tho face that alwayw Insplied in mo rev erence nnd awe. AcrosB tho pure whlto forehead, JubI over the eye-sockets, was tho word "Ynnth" beautifully Inlaid In silver r...

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. — 3 November 1908

rLififhtn Freights W. W. JACOBS I A Garden Plot (Copjrljbt, IVkM, Mrvl Oiotij.) The able-bodied tnuii of the lllago wero at wnrk,,tko children wcu nt nchool singing the tmiltlpllcatlon tulilu lullaby, whllo (ho wives nnrl mothers ut home nursed Die baby with uno hand and did the housework with the other. At the cud of the village nn old man nst work Hat at a rough ileal table under the creaking signboard of the Cauliflower, gratefully drinking from a mug of nle supplied by it chance traveler who sat opposite him. ' "It nln't what It wan when I was 11 hoy," quavered the old r.ian, filling his pipe with, trembling fingers. "I mind when the grindstone wus stuck just out kIJ o the winder o' the forgo Instead o' being one side ns It now In; and ns for the bhop winder It's twice the dzo It was when 1 wan n young 'un." He lit his pipe with tho scientific accuracy of n smoker of 00 ears' standing, and shook his head solemn- ly us lio regarded his altered birth I'lace. Then his color heighte...

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. — 3 November 1908

"f , ,r - u IS ' Must Close Out Having purchased the Old Foley store, we must clean out immediately our entire stock of Queensware Enamelware and Stoneware Regardless of Cost This is an unusually large and well selected stock and those needing anything in this line will save money by buying now. Sale lasts this week only. Remember the Place Foley's Old Stand f LOCAL ITEMS J. M. Youngblood wont to Curnegio toduy. Mi3B Emma Driskoll wont to Stookor this morning. L. 6, Niohola wont to Ft Cobb this morning on buBincsa. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond spent Sunday in Oklahoma City. Ja9. Pattorson, of Graoomont, is ohatting with olf frionde. W. E. Turnor hoe movod into rooms ovor tho Domoorat offioo Ernest Gallahor wont to Okla homa City this morning to ontor oollegc. ""MrB. G. W. Koolor will nlwayB kop frosh bakod broad, oakes and pios at hor rosidonoo. tf Mrs. Ed Patterson, of Graoo mont, oamo down to hoar Donnis T. Flynn Mrs. H. C. Kolton and Bon Paul are visiting friends in Co mont today. Alvln K...

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. — 4 November 1908

Anadaiko is always in the lead as a c Stll jr mJGmIlrOGa &( "'iOm OOiety flu ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., WPONKSDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 100N No.210 WANS BIG VICTORY TART GIRL MISSING Good Dressers ! i i . ij F ROM HER HOME M Miss Cora Hardwick Kcpoma by Relatives to be Mysteri ously Gone Bryan Goes Down in Defeat for the Third Time in a National Campaign- Oklahoma Stands By Her Guns-Fulton Reelected to Congress. Cora Hardwiok, a young wom an 24 yoars old, the daughter of J. C. Hardwiok, living six mileB northweBt of Anadarko, has boon missing from hor homo ainoo last Saturday afternoon at 3 o'olook. and all offorta to looato hor whoroaboutB havo so far proven unavailing. Miss Hardwiok haB been living with hor paronte and last Sat urday alio and hor father had a misunderstanding, she refuaing to obey a request made by him in regard to Bomo household du tioB, at whioh time, aoiording to tho statement made by tho fam ily, she threatened to leavo homo. Sho loft tho house at about 3 o'clo...

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. — 4 November 1908

1 , : li 1 LHr ttl. tmt. tetv jb-ntFyf aw wtr svk ktf 4 h? r. jwMrtr by ib tkt ikf jBfbV Bar yflr M R.W.PULLMAN 5000000 0 A YEAR e rtrx x ( v i je efforts to checkSMIBJ nt &V Lots of Life 2,0C0 People Perished in 30 Yearo from Forest Fires, 65 Lives per Year. Monetary Lose AveraQe of $50,000,000 a Year. Lots In 1008 Fifty Lives. Monetary Loss In 1908 Over 9200,000,000. F0HEST Area which have Just laid waste whole counties In Minnesota. Mlchlgnn, unit extended Into WUconslu, destroying many towns ami making thousands of persons homcloss. have focused tlio attention of liotli government nnil state furngl ofllcorn on the enormous losses of forest wealth which will ho chocked up to the jonr I'.IOS. FORESLFIRES! EXTINGUISH CAMP FIRES! REPORT FIRES TO FOREST OFFICERS! To prevent fires Confress patted the law approved May S, 1900, which forbids netting flr to th wood, and Forbid leaving ny flrest unextinguished. This law, for offenses against which officers of the FOREST SERVICE can ar...

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. — 4 November 1908

1 halley's ccmbt Dub in 1910 - t me ofiar ornnkUYii eoncr. ir u out Iff WO ArTCR AH HOtCtltC OT CCVCNTY mV YAfti No 0110 need lie at nit surprised If, two yunra honce, the nations of Hit world suddonly become a family of ardent skywntrhors, Tor In 1910 the return of a ceituln periodic; comet Is promised, one loHt to mottal co since 1885. Tlio recorded apparitions of ihla celestial object tiro endowed with jl lioary antiquity, since thoy Btretch back over eight centuries of tho lives nnd deeds of puny man. At tlio date of Ub recurrunco In 1C82 It was ob served and stiullod by Edmund Halloy, a famous English aatronomor and col luaguo of tho Illustrious Nowton. Aft er laborious research he reached the conclusion as tho result of arithmeti cal calculations relating to Its per turbations, that the comet was a thins In space Identical with tho comctary apparatus of 1531 and 1607. He framed a labia of the motion Of com ets .... "In tho making of which I have snared uo labor that It might c...

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. — 4 November 1908

k Must Close Out Having purchased the Old Foley store, we must clean out immediately our entire stock of Queensware Enamelware and Stoneware Regardless of Cost This is an unusually large and well selected stock and those needing anything in this line will save money by buying now. Sale lasts this week only." Remember the Place Foley's Old Stand i LOCAL ITEMS .STAR BAKERY OPENING Barbecue Hog and 1,000 Sandwiches, Free Saturday Goo, V. Koolor in now looatod In his now building on C atreet, and Saturday will b too opening day fcr tho Star Bukery and Louder ras&t market, the open ing to begin at 0 o'olook in tho morning and oloso at 4 o'olook in tho afternoon. During thoeo hours cake and sandwiohos wjll bo giviiii away froo to all visitors, n barboouo hog and ono thous and Bandwiohoa being propared for tho oooasion. They now have ao handsome and up-to-dato bakery and moat markot as oan bo found in any oity, and hero will alwayB bo found tho very foosfclso bo hai in tuoir lino. Tho ...

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. — 5 November 1908

Anadarko is always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget it. TL TV1. T .4. emocrat. JL JLJL(W ANADAHKO. CADDO fOPNTY, OKLA., TJIHthSDA 3. M) KMUKK, 1008 VOL. 7 No. 2-11 ARE YOU CLOTHES WISE? JUOliy MLmJ SVSTS FOR $10 00 which cost anywhere else $12.50 and $13.50, wors ted, wool cassimirs; all wool Blue Serges. See These Siits sit 10.00 Suits For $12.50 which will well stand comparison with any $15.00 suit offered anywhere. Made to sell for $15.00 and bought by us at a bargain. All wool Cassimirs, Worsted, Serges See These Suits at $12.50 Suits For $15.00 that will please you, astonish you. es pecially if you have looked at other so-called $18 to $20 suits. You will ask yourself where is the difference? See our wide range of styles; nobby, close-fitting for young men; loose fitting for men. Cassimirs, Serges, in all colours. See Our Suits at $15 0?il, mi ira r Mtz$ ""ill Sell "L.It-ii Stein-Bloch Suits, $20. $25 The acme of clothes per...

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. — 5 November 1908

, rfrr v -Tw mna ihi dMiflMh ' Jw"'"' M' .... ".-l GIRL MISSING FROM HER HOME Miss Corn Hnrdwick Reported by Relatives to bo Mystcri ously Gone Cora Hardwiok, u young wom an 24 yonrs old, tho duugutor of J. C. Hardwiok, living six mitos northwoBt of Anadurko, boa heon mlBaing from hor homo sinoo last Saturday aftornoon at S o'olook, and all oftorta to looate hor whoroubouts have ao far proven unavailing. Miie IlRrdwiok hue boon living with bar parents and last Sat urday alio and her father had a misunderstanding, she refusing to obey a request made by him in regard to some houeohold du tine, at whioli timo, aonording to tho (statement made by the fam ily, Bhe threatened to louve home. Sho loft tho Iioubo at about 3 o'olook that aftornoon, taking with hor a bundlo of olothea and boing aooompaniod by a oouplo of hound dogB. ono whito and tho othor blaok, for whioh Bho had a groat fondnosa, tho dogB alwoys boing with hor and following hor whorovor Bho wont. No ono saw hor loavo tho hou...

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. — 5 November 1908

& $V3S, :Pf &". .J-Cgj FATTN Pl.a ON MILK. With Grain to t-..;i Pr.eed MMk Is Specially Jtslrabte. With fcdittults at prcse.it high I r let t la i., rti.tr Is In a quandary. He realize hat In o. f.er t fatten stock of kind be must s HI' rnl with be feed. At the some time he feels A hat wbh tern And other grulnx worth nor than for mar.. years he Id feed ing gold to his animals. He will and, however, that tor fattening plu there la nothing better than milk. Some feeders claim that with gruln at pros snt price there la more money in feeding milk to hugs than In convert ing It Into butter. Many tests by the experiment stations demonalrate that an average of about 4 pounds of skim milk la equal In weight produc ing value as a hog feed to one pound of corn meal, independent of Its qiiaK Itles as a health, bone and muscle promoter. There Is bnt little differ once In the feeding value of skim milk and buttermilk when they are fed la prime condition. But for pigs and half-grown aboat...

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. — 5 November 1908

ww fa B-imfWii'ii t " j. Ht rfiii) mciiwfrm- w N mi in Do You Want Something Good in a Piano, Organ or Sewing Machine, YlA at J. M. YOVNG BLOODS PIANOS: KIMbALL, S ttiEGER, CABLE, BUSH & GERTS JANSEN, COTE, And Many others kept in stock. UVU5ALL and CHICAGO Cottage Organs. Organs taken In Exchange for Pianos. Old Machines Repaired or tiken in Exchange for New ones. Pianos, Organs and Machines for Rent. Buy at Home from a Responsible dealer Terms Very J. EVERYTHING HEW Tonight AT THE -BIJ0- A day in the Life of a Cicilian Hermit. The Mysterious Knight All Hand Painted. THE BASKET PARTY Very Comical. Persian Life in Miniature. Illustrated song by Miss Ethel Powell Music by Bijo Drum Corps Draw iii!" Contest. Saturday Night, go to Butter's .low olr.v Store and seo tho i'rizes that will bo given nway. Remember Everything New To-night.l 5 AND 10c Will Sell At Auction LotsNp. 17. and 18, block 37, the corner east of the National bank, will sell at pub lic auction Thursday Nov. 10 in f...

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