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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 6 November 1908

' K i oriel Society Anadarko always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city.,,, Don't forget it. The Daily Democrat. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1008 I VOL. No. 2-i3 TWO HORSES BURN IN BARN Building Owned By S. A. Barnes Destroyed By Fire Thursday Evening INDIAN LANDS on Result of Bidding Opened Nov- 2 Sales Fire Thursday evening at 7:30 o'olook destroyed a oraall framo barn owned by S. A. Barnes, Bituatod in the rear of the Palaoo Livery barnB on Sixth street, two horaos beloneinc to Mr. Barnes perishing in the flames. When the fire was discovered the flamsa had gained oonsider able headway making the work of the fire dopartmont diffioult. The departmpnt responded promptly to the alarm and not withstanding the fact that the firemen woro hampered in their work by tho bursting of a hose, they succeeded, after a hard fight, in confining the flamoB to tho one building, Surrounding property was for a time in dan gor, and once or tw...

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. — 6 November 1908

T . i- ii uVSrt WITH. Game Younjjstcr Preferred Drastic Action In Punlohment. "Youngsters rn protty philosoph ical," obaorved Wallnco Knight, and thou he wont hIioiuI tit t forth tho point nf vloiv of a wnall daughter at IiIh limine. Tlio chllil wrh Bent to bed early tho other (ironing an punishment for noma aat contrary to mien anil rcgula tlonn. After nhe hail liocn tucked In hcil for Honui t linn ami wast supposedly asleep, tho youngster culled her fa ther and told hliu sho wished ho wotili! to abend ami Hpank bur and lmvo It over with, Instead of sending "t off to hed that way. 'Thin lying In hod novcr'a BoltiR to iiiuhu nut any bettor," Fhc Hald, "and a good upaiikliiK would. lIcsltlcH It nittkim mi) ho mad I can't ulcep and ho whnt'H tho H3B of It?" Plovpland Plain Ocnlcr. CURE AT CITY MI03ION. Awful Case of Scabies Dody a Mas' of Sores from Scratching Her Tortures Yield to Cutlcura. "A young woman camo to our clly mission In a tuo.st awful condition physi cally. Our doctor ex...

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. — 6 November 1908

FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN L) V ICfflKSJTC LYDIA E. PINKHAM No other ineclicino has liocn so successful in ivlievinir the Buttering of women or reroived so many pen uino testimonials aa lias JLycllu I.. lMiikliuiii'sAVKetiililoCoinimtttui. In every community you avuI iind women who have been restoirrt to health by Lydia E. l'inUlinm's Veg etable Compound. Alincst every one you meet has either been lxnie fltcd by it, or lias friends who have. In tho Pinkham Jjxboralory at Iynn,iIass.,anywoiiiuiianydaymay mk the illes containing over ono mil lion ono hundred thousand letters from women wjekiiitr health, nnd hero aro tho letters in which they oiHjnly stato over their own sifpia turcs that thev weroemvd by Lydia I& l'inkham's VeRetablo Compound. Lydia E. l'inlcham's Vegetable Compound has saved many women from Burgit'iil ojieralions. Lydia E. l'lukhaiu'ri Vegetable Compound is made from roots and herbs, without drugs, and is whole some and harmless. Tho reason why Lydia E. Pink ham's Vego...

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. — 6 November 1908

M Winter Tourist Excursions By The iBf LOCAL ITEMS Anadarko (o Brownsville, Texas and Return $31.70 Anadarko to Corpus Christi, Texas and Return $2 .25 Anadarko to Galveston, Texas and Return $20.20 Tiokota on ealo Nov. 1st, '08 to April 30, '00. Return limit, Juno lat, 1009. Stop ovora within 30 days Roinrr trip and within final limit returning. H. G. Harvey. J. S. McNally. G.P.A. Local Agent. Oklahoma City 3000 Feet TONIGHT 5 Comical Subjects 5 1 Hand Painted I AT THE BIJO Ska $est Sail 9ne 'Unyielding 9arent 9he ffrcublca of a Gcat Slaaket 9arti( 9av'mian $ih hi Miniature Mi(stericiuf night Hand Pninteil Illustrated Song MIji ftftcl I'onell Music By JBijo Drum Corps Drawing Contest Saturday night. Go to Sutter's Jewelry Store and see the prues. You will have plenty of time to go to the Bijo before the Opera House opens. To Trade Land to trado (or roaidonoo or buainoBa property, boo, mo at once. E. C Sohlitt. 211 d3 New Feed Store Wo will handlo all kinda of food at tho lowoat poa...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 9 November 1908

0. K, Ulstorlcal Society Anadarko always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget It. yav 4. emocr&t m ANADAKKO. CADDO rOI'KTY, OKLA., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 0. 190S VOL. 7 No. 215 The i i ANADARKO M fc .' ' I -atal SOLVES PROBLEM Disposition of Garbago Made Easy by Joseph Conley's Invention Joseph Conley, known in Ana darko as a brioklayer and con tractor, has successfully com pleted a portable garbago and latrine inoinorator and it is now in uso in many plaoea. This maobino weighs 3500 pounds and will burn 2000 pounds of garbage a day. It oan bo built at a cost of S900. Mr. Conley was a corporal in the 4th Missouri Volunteers, un der the oommand of Major W. P. Burnham. at Camp Meade, Pa., where it took a great deal of the soldiors' time digging pits, sinks, etc Corporal Conley suggested building an incinerator, stating that ho was a briok mason by trade, and had invented certain kinds ofifurnaoos for the burning bricks and if ho was allo...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 9 November 1908

pirMiinfTr,ri iniirn iiHiiiiMiMiiiivnri iiwmiiiihiiw wf miMiwimuniiiwiii n i . un P I MiiiiiiiMWHiiii n liiiiTITiiinnrnfim imriMia nn - I PROMINENT PEOPLE ycKooooMXtdoooooo MAY GET NOBEL PRIZE vCuf Jti-r JRr Inns lilm iis n grt.ilor poet than Tennyson, while Inferior to llrownlnit. Still others condemn his work because It htiH never touched thu hnnrt of Hie mass. Or con rue IIiIh hint iniiy linvc been duo innlnly to (ho tendency of the age, nwny fi-oni poetry mid more advanced llteiatuic. In the end II I meicl.v n mutter r opinion. The works tmd experiences of Swlnhnrno. however, will always he Inter- Htlng, If for no other reason thnn bocnuso of the Hltnllurlty between them nnd those of two other Kngllsh poetH of renown. Shelley nnd llyron, Itoth of whom Swinburne resembles In ninny ways. Doth llyron nnd Shelley ueie exiled from F.iiglniul because of personal vagaries, and to both Shelley and llyron Kngland In n way for a long time refiiHed locogultlnn because of their views on rel...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 9 November 1908

ft 1he Turkish v HfARBy That MayGo .? guipcse wrm. y n rfr&'f SWXCZJO Yi'JfinAX',' IXf J K ITIh' iirlncirH ico-titlv chchpciI fiom tin land n( the Turk, mill Im mow lie lug In KiiuIhikI. Hit IiIkIiiuth, wliu vuh tin wife i)f Prince Hiitny, t Ik millnn'M ni'ph , tcllH im Intcrintlng Ktnry of Iht lift" III lino (if the moat i-M'hllvt liulison III Turkey tho luyul harem. Life hi a Turkish harem Is an at 1 1 active theme to all except thoso who have to endure It. Tho whlspets of fancy havo made) free with what la, after all, a very wonderful Institution. In the popular imagination, It lthe ori ental homo of thoso who only Know tho Boft vicissitudes of pleasure and repose, whoso every seiiBo of enjoy ment Ib lavishly catered for by beau tiful slaves, Hklllful to delight. There In, however, another nnd more truly icallstic, more tragic, side of tho pic ture; nnd it linn been my Jot to learn that the life of a prisoner Is none the lean Irksome because ono's captivity Ih associated with...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 9 November 1908

30O0 Feet of Film Tonight Alarm olooks SI. Guaranteed J. P. Mitoholl Jowolry Co., Ana darko. 244 d2 Poverty I Probity IMPERIAL CANAL Beatrix Cenci RUFFIANS THRASHED Lights and Shadows of China Town. Illustrated Song Hammock Built for Two By Miss ETHEL POWELL Music By Bijo Brum Corps DRAWING CONTEST Sat urday Night. Go to Sutter's Jewelry Store and see what wilt be given ;iway this week. You will have plenty of time to go to the Bijo before the Opera House opens. EST So Come Early. j&a and lO LOCAL ITEMS I Guy Gillettft ia in Oklahoma City today. Judge Phelps ia in Lawton on business today. Mrs. J. H. Russell, who had boon visiting her paronts, Mr and Mrs. W. 8. Tuokor, loft on tho morning train for Bridgeport whore alio will moot Mr. Russell and tlion go to l3lk City. Homer Dunbar has moved in tho J. 8. Brown proporty on west A street. Agent Stoolcor and Louio Mo Knight aro transacting businoss in Lawton today. Quick watoh and jewelry re pairing for loss money. J F. Mitchell Jow...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 10 November 1908

O, K. Historical Society Anadarko always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget It. emocrat 1 ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1908 OL. 7 No. 2dG The Daily D NIGHT PROWLER SHOTBY OFFICER awrence Macruey oi oooua- m a 4 t 1.. ville, Tenn., Found in Rail road Yards A white man. civine hiB namo a Lawronoo Maohioy, and olaim- ig UOOKBVllie, xenn., an um omo, was discovered by Police aan Wesley Childa prowling round somo froicht oarB in the took Island yards about 3 o'ofaok 'uosday morning, and on tho an'o refusal to give an aocount f himself and attempting to os apo from tho offioer waB Bhot in Bio shoulder before Officer Child s ould oapturo him, Tho offioer had noticed the ollow about tho carB and had atohod him some little time, bia aovemontB being suspioious. Vhon tho officor approaohod and lemandod to know what ho was oing tho fellow refused to an wer and starteu to run. inu Rffioor thon fired one shot the lullet 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. — 10 November 1908

HEW DISFRICTS ADD IO RAILWAYS WESTERN CANADA AFFORDS DET TER CONDITIONS THAN EVER FOR SETTLEMENT. To tho Kdltor Sir: Doiiblloss many or your readers will lo pleased to Jmvo muiio word from tho smln Holds of Western Cnnnda, whore such a lnrRO number of AmerlciinH linvn made their homo during tho past fow yonrs. It li planning to bo able to ro port Unit generally the wliont yield has boon hochI; It will nvornge about 20 btmhols to tho ncro. Them will bo ninny cnsos wbero the yield will go 3G hushola to, tho acre, and others whoro CO bushels to the ncro lmr boon recorded. Tho ont and barlor crop has been splendid. Tho prices of all grain will bring to tho fnrrnunr a niaanlllri'iit in urn for tholr Inborr An Instance bus been brought to in. noting of a fanner In tho I'lnrhor Creek (Southern Alborta) district whoro winter wheat Is Brown who iimdo n not prollt of JIO.GG por acre, or llttlo loss than tho soiling prlco of hlo land. 30, 40, nnd CO bushel yields are recorded there. Tho beauty...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 10 November 1908

WHEN you need a stove of any kind, get oui SsiiiP free catalogue. We will furnish you a stove through your home dealer and give you a double guar antee, ours and the dealer whom you are personally ac quainted with, that National Stoves and Ranges will cook and bake quicker and better, re better made and will last longer than any other. There is a reason Nationals arc buill different, you need to buy only half the usual amount of fuel and get notably better satisfac tion. The prices will meet with your approval. Thi? trade mark identifies' the original and pro tects you in getting the correct article. Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co. Station B OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 3WE The cleanest. llnhtest. and most comfortable SLICKERS at the same time cheapest In the end Decause it wears longest 3QQ Everywhere Every garment quar. anleed woterprool Catalog free iot Tftwr.7lN.fr. rf t.iwiTVrf 1fTT f A. Revelations of the Breakfast Table. To girls about to marry 0110 would tender the ndvlco that the...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 10 November 1908

wnniriurct Bluo hondP nt Buirds. 2d0 3 Stovo Hawkins Ib in Stookor today. Goo. Kodor is a Chiokiisha vi8itor today. J. Oldham ia in Oklahoma City on business today. Mrs. Homor Dunbar haB a eo rious attack of gripp. W. II. Kunklo ie traneaoling businoBH in Carnugio today. Rov. Nioholo, of Chiokushn, epont yostorday duok hunting. Got some that good oidor at Bnird'o. 250 3 H, W. Morgan wont to Ft. Cobb this morning on professional buBinoss. Logan Billingoly loft on tho ovoning train for Dallas, Tox., on businoBB. Mrs. Sarauol Hobs and daugh tor Mrs. Piker aro visitinglfriondB in Wheatland. MrB. J. W. Aehonhurst, of Lookoba, was tho guest of Mrs. E 0. Killy yesterday. T. N. Glidowoll wont to Hinton today to look aftor tho interests of his farm oight miles north of town. Mrs. 11. E. Ayors and ohildron loft thiB morning for Thurbor, Tox., whoro Mr. Ayors haB a po Bition. Mrs. V. A. Soott oamo homo last night aftor a woek'B visit with her daughter, Mrs. Otis Smith, in KingfiBhor. Frank Hos...

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. — 11 November 1908

CJi " Anadarko always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget It. The Daily Democrat. ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 100,s VOL. 7 No. 247 AU11ER BUI THE OH BOND Council Will Now Order the Election to Vote the Proposed Issue Tho proposed $100,000 in city bonds for tho purpose of con Btruoting a dam acrosa tho Washita river to provide cheap water power for manufacturing purposes and for other needed city improvements wore sold to Dyke Ballinger at a special meeting of tho oity counoil held Tuesday night for the purpose of considering tho bids received. Thero woro a large number of bids roceived by tho committee of oounoil having tho matter of advortiBing for bids in ohargo, and some of tho bidders had rep resentatives present to watoh tho proooodings of tho oounoil and further their individual intorosts. When tho bids woro opened it was found that Mr. Ballinger's ws tho best, it boing for S100, jOO twenty year bond...

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. — 11 November 1908

Iggarara M.iL,um-m-rma - - - . . . i rr: r : r z z - s -k . r i vztiv v r iri-.uii' in m&j?p :,.",.;. 'we-"-""!,-2mik.vitovji k V Al VK- ' . I fflCl IV WWiT"'"'- ""T Tills T known iih tlio "father of yLliS l VM L l' ftM . ff w9mliM imkxWi lnuutlon In America." Is 0 tPiXm V 7 ""'! i y"'lPP'l""Flla'"PPg""f ZR'lW'SltsiR3L$S V"" worth close to 5r.0.000, V JWf M VV " VX VTSZ-, H, JSSBttZ f tjSSjlll 1 rTB ooo, it is Bniu. To cap V rM?WM I III l i m. 18 iMBHIIBtWjBl iHBhbwQk ijHEDtWll -W& f$3$ I llm climax of lila wmvr It fM(ll I III 1 escb I ( BKSaSfcKlV m JBgWWlKiMlPBMMKaEitr iSr I of turiiitif; out (UoiiiiniKiB ( J l t''Mr j E?i KMLjffroMBrl' w Bf&mB$$'?k&r-Ui!Wm WgM of uHcful contrivances, wit Mtf w2 . X M" mi& IKWHEbSJ SC'ffiWSr 1 & I ho has retired from tho J3k 7 J WzJN Jffi Jltfv fjfr OHEl I MteSKff '&& f&f I Ji&J iu','i m I M$iPiM nn i V Ml A .iAyMgii 1 IKriBwv I N jiih nro ih now being XUM MSy & I III ciMill JB JFjjMMBI 1 QmzMW'rimQJ I j...

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. — 11 November 1908

lraeMWoMiTi r J23TJlUJLfUYT QJ' 77& S72&KR mzzyazxrajzB, jymrj A great ovolutlon 13 taking placo In Franco, an ovolutlon which has been wording bo slowly and so silently that Willi BOtno six months niro hcnrcolv i any ono realized all thnt It meant. In Anglo-Saxon countries the open ing of a fresh club for women la con wldorcd of about as much Importance as the opening of u fresh newspaper shop. There Is a cortaln analogy between the two, and ono merely wonders Instinctively what kind of hows will bo circulated and what tho tono of tho new enterprise is to be. In Knglnnd and America, whoro Monies aro apt to become tho hotels r our numeroua frlendB, clubs aro nl most a necessity, If only to roliovo tho domestic service of tho private house. They have now, too, become a fash ion", bo that many women nrhlo them. mcIvcb on belonging to sovoral clubs. In Paris tho oncninir of a club for women, and, what Is more, for French women, came oh a surprlso and even as a shock to very man...

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. — 11 November 1908

I LOCAL ITEMS P. J. Haga is in Ch ickaeha on business today. V. W. Torry raado a bueinoss trip to Vordon. JofI Ford hns boon on tho siok list lor Eovoral dayB. A. D. Evans roturnod from Kansaa City last nipht. E. A. Kunklo is traninolinp businofa in Lawton today. Tho JJiutory Club will moot with MIbb Hamilton tonight, Jay Androwt) of tho Roeuo 'Agonoy, 1b in Hydro on loun business today. Lira. S. M. Post of Ahsahko, Idaho, is visiting hor daughter, Mrs. A. . Evans. Don't forgot that Jeff Ford i always on hand with all kinds of ood thingB to oat. 247 3td Hon, Dan Poory, of Carnogio, is in tho city today to got tho plat for tho now town Ilolloday, Paul Kaisor and William Sohoonhoovon wont to Oklahoma City this morning to boo Bon Hur. Attornoy Dyko Ballongor wont krLawton this morning to attend tho U. S. Court of tho westorn district. Got Eomo that good oidor at Baird'a. 250 3 Gordon Fullor and wife, who have boon visiting friends in tho oity, roturnod to their homo in Grandfiold this ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 12 November 1908

O. K Historical Society Anadarko always in the lead as a cotton market. 18 K ML&s i& UtZ.1l Yi The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget It. 3 H? "ibX dF AffPP, tSVSR f323N dtiL jiupcj. c&i- m VOL. 7 ANADAHKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA.. TIU'ItSDAY, NOYHMIWK 1l. Jims iALLLOWS RE No. 2-JS AQY FOR JOHNSON Negro Sentenced to Death Wl Haiig HtTecumieh Tomorrow BpMlal to the Democrat. Toamseh, Okln., Nov. 12 Un ities Governor Haskell intervenes Will Johnson, n negro, will go to his death on the gallows at the oounty jail horo tomorrc ,? Tor tho murder of Mrs. Mary Cuppy, un aged white woman, living near Shawnoo, April 0, 1007. Up to noon today, there had been no indication that tho governor would intervene, and the hang iiig will in all probability take plaoo. Tho nrrangemonto are all ooraplote, tho gallows having been erected soveral days ago. Johnson does not appear to care muoh about his fate. Ho was sontencod to hang Sept. 2-1, last, but the execution waB stayed 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. — 12 November 1908

FARM EXHIBIT WELL TOLD OF Prizes Awarded for Best Written Articles Describing Pro duct Show Tho oommittoo aolootod by tho morohanta oonduoting tho Caddo oounty Farm I'roduot exhibit to mako tho award of prizoa pfforod for tho boot nrtiolo describing tho, oxhibit mot in tho offioo of Sco rotary Jorgenson of tho Com moroiol Club ltiBt wook and, aftor going ovor carefully tho numer ous artioloa aubmittod by thoso who had attendod tho oxhibit, awardod the prize firit to Mra, Cora Prewott of Gracemont, Rur al Routo No. 1, and tho aeoond priz to Ralph Harrison, Rural Routo No. 1, Anadarko. Thoro woro a largo numbor of papora eubmittod and all wero of moro than ordinary merit, Tho papora wero judgod with speoial roforoneo to thoir morita as ad vortieing Caddo oounty produota, vhilo tho stylo of writing and composition was also takon into consideration by tho oommittoo, which oonBistod of P, L. Jorgon Bon, eoorotary of tho Commercial olub, II. M. Tilton, oditor of tho Anadarko Tribuno and A...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 12 November 1908

ss fresh, Tender, Juicy Meats Pure, Clean Groceries The Best the Market Affords Always in Stock Prompt Delivery HARDY & ALDRICH Prices Right Phono Nol2G pi Railroad Time Table 44tafi3t'Ji5-&g' WVAS)V,wiihlWi ( HAMMERT & AYRES Staple a.nd Fncy Groceries FR.ESH MEATS, SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS Fish in Season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. C Street & 6th Phone No. 81. K'Vv'Hf'nswfcWAi, "ii(MV(iW,''wWiW All Trains Daily, Except As Noted PPl WEST BOUND 731 10:15 a. m.i 733 -1:00 p. m. Nos 733 and 7 34 run between NORTH HOUND 754. 75C. 9:30 n. m. G.10 p. in. EAST BOUND a 734 9;30 a 732 G:20 Olahoma City and Mangum. south; BOUND a 753 4:00 p. a 755 10:25 a. m m m. m. DID EVANS DIE OR CLEAR OUT? Peculiar Story Regarding Where abouts of Konawa's Alleged Cow Thief Legal Publications Notice First pub Nov. 12 Last pub Dae 3 In the District Court of tho Fifteenth Judicial District of Oklahomn, sitting within and for tho County of Caddo. Helen Parra, plaintilT ) V3 No 1321 H. G. HARVEY, Age...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 12 November 1908

I AIL T Our $10, $12 50 and $15 Suits as a demonstration of our supreme value-giving power, take for instance our $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats, an assortment that alone would stock a fair sized clothing store: It em braces an ideal collection of garments, that are hand-tailored to perfection. The way they have been selling the past two weeks is in itself sufficient evidence that our customers appreciate a good thing when they see it. We want the pleasure of showing them to you before you bay clothing anywhere. GEI 11 TRADE WITH f4 LOCAL ITEMS $ 3ot iomi) that good rider at JBaird'H 25 3 J. W. Ogle went to Texns this morning. W. H. Diyora, of Wuurika, is un-iheoity today. Don'i forgot that Jeff Fold i ulwayB on hand with all kinds of good thingB to eat. 247 3td Wm Plum is ia Chiokasha today on business. J. M. Kisor was a morning jpassenger to Stookor. Ralph Stratton is transacting ibusiness in Vordon today. J. K. Kuykendall and family went to Driftwood thi...

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