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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 13 November 1908

Anadarko always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget It. The Daily Democrat. tul conl v stvitcl in ni'j f' Ukbeti '' ' H '""Oj f-rt fl OL. 7 ANADARKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1908 No. 24:0 ic:.-j or tl UPinc y wit of th Tim bad' unt ooeru ?ed b osoni tha Wid Bake - takj ILED TO DEATH RESULT OF FALL Occident of Last Summer Proves Fatal to Willie Hurley Willio Hurloy, tho 8 year old on ol Mr. and Mrs. a. u. riur- oy, diod at tbo homo of bis par ntB Thursday afternoon at 2:30 'olook, his death being duo to ho result of an injury tho lad ooeiveu last Juno. wnen in labama during that month tho boy fell from a curbing while at play tho fall oauBing tho bursting of a blood vesBcl in tho head, Sinoo that timo tho boy has been annoyed with frequont and severo bleeding of tho noBO, theso spells ooming on when at play or es pecially when ho over exerted himself. Ho was also attaoked with tho trouble frequently dur ing tho nicr...

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. — 13 November 1908

F ipim i nniiwn m mtr mnm vrr wnwwuin MllWIW JWJMWMUllMU 1M llhM4i Farmers By PROF. K. Director tit ISctiratkn I'TKU wo Iinvc invest iptled nil Iho facia which rclnlo to tho onscrvntion of Hip soil, Hip incrcnK; or decrease of its fer tility, wo must iigrco Hint for the (".!:" of tho public good wo Fhould hnvo mi odticnled innn on every farm. Agricultural cducalioii ia Hie only solution to tho development nml con ficrvnlion oT agricultural resources. It has doubled the. pro duction ami much more Hum doubled the nrollt on individual fnnnK. 11. linn nl Hip sumo time not only conserved hut in orcnRod tho natural fertility of the land. It lias taught nil JAJ to protect tho limber on the water sheds mid to plant limber on now lands. II Iiiih turned dewrt wastes into gardens and orchards. It has inspired the farmer with now nmbltion mid n new motif for progress. It has changed tho old Bocial order and brought in a now mid u better conception of rural life. Why, then, should not ngrieultur...

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. — 13 November 1908

w Gleanings Life in the Great Metropolis Mirrored for Our Readers . n- ;i New Velvet Carpets for Mrs. Sage Vj ISRCE I jKg&lffl J85SI5? MEW YOHK. Mrs. Russell Sngo has 1" now velvet carrots In her homo, C32 Fifth nvonue, boU, rich and beau tlful, with deop, thick pllo Into which tho foot sinks. "I nm glad," snld a woman who has known Mrs. Sago for years, that sho could have theso volvet carpets hoforo sho died. In all tho years of her mar ried life down at tho houso at 506 Fifth nvonue, sho had nothing except j 11 ancient Brussels carpet on her par lor floor. It was ono sho had when sho first went to keeping houso nnd had thoso great, set medallions In It that they used to uso for carpet patterns 40 years ago. The nap was worn aff all ovor It, fo that the brown warp showed through. "When It flnnlly got so bad that It was Impossible to uso It longer, mat ling was put down In tho parlor, ns It long had been In tho rest of tho houso. Sho always used tho old horse hair furniture sho ...

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. — 13 November 1908

I X LOCAL ITEMS Froomont 13oylo !b in Hydro today on bueinoea. A, K. Eaton mado a businBS trip to Apaoho last night. Don't forgot that Jeff Ford i always on hand with all kinds of good thingH to eat. 217 3td JflW. A. Soott wont to Yukon today to vleit his father ft fow days. JftB. Rosb, tho wiro ohiof of tho tolophono company is in tho oily today. J. W. Oglo and MrB Gossner woro tnarriod in Chiokasha yos torday. Haramort & AyorB havo froBh bulk aour kraut, dill pioklos, bulk olivoa, and all kinds of cured nnd frosh moats. 217 3td MrB, M. Martoniz roturnod from Oklahoma City whoro aho has boon visiting rolativos. Mra. John Roborts and Geno RobortB afid wife, of Graoomont, woro in tho city today shopping. If you want to buy a good farm well improved and oloao to town 8oo ua, it's a anap. Hamilton Franz Realty Co., Domoorat of fioo. 247 tf Judgo R. IC. Robinson roturned from Lawtin whoro ho has boon attending U. S. oourt. Miss Sylva RobwoII of Chiok nBha, was in tho oity today ool ...

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. — 14 November 1908

O. lCi Historical Soduy I Anadarko always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget It. ily Democrat. ANADAKKO. CADDO I'Ol'NTY, OKLA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 190S No. 250 VOL. 7 X fie BATTLESHIP LIFE IS GOOD Anadarko Boy With Sam's Big Fightins Write Home Uncle Fleet Mr. nnd Mra. Levi Oglo have juefc rBOoived aninteroBting letter from thoir son, Garry, who is in tho U. S. navy, whioh tho Demo orat publishes Garry having manyfrionds here who will bo interested in hearing from him: U. S. S. Ohio, Manilla, P. I. Oot. a, luua, Folks at homo: I rooeivod your lettorB while in Albany, Woet Australia. I was siok abod with bronohitis, had tonsilitia juet after leaving Auk land, N. Z , and was up but a oouplo of weeks when bronohitis touohod mo. As I said before, I waain bed, feeling kind-a down in tho mouth, with nothing to do, but gazo at tho bottom of tho fellow's bunk above mo, and I'll oonfosp, my thoughts did run baok to Anadarko, and a few p...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 14 November 1908

BULLFIGHT II ft GALE 01 il SH ESCAPED ANIMAL DEFEATS CHEAT MATADOR, DUT LOSES TO YOUNG SAILOR. PROFESSIONAL FLED IN FEAR Telia of Hla Prowess In the Arena, But Rune for Safety When Time to Prove Valor Arrives Sailor Beets Dcaat. Now York. Hull lighting In nn arena where the ntilmnl has not a ghost of n chance Ik quite different from bull fighting In n gnlo aboard Hhlp, iik Vnliuilln Plctirdos, one of HpnIn'H best tiiHlnilorn. round out to IiIh sorrow during the trip of the Hjkui lah line ateHiuahlp Antonio lopcx. which linn Just nrrlveil hoio. TIlO IIUHHI'DKITH Of till! I.Ol(X tlppl'tl their noHfH Hkyu'itnl whon mention wns mudu or Honor I'lcnrihm' courage, nnd h dark-eyed senorltn, who camo in tho vessel, Mtilil that tho matadora Idol was ahuttered. Flushed with tho'glory of a neon- of brilliant cnui ulgns In I lie plnzaa of Hurceloiin. Cadi aud Madrid. Plrnrdoa lionrdud tho ship at Cadiz, and during tho that wpp It at nea wait wlut'd and dined and probed until, according lo tho of...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 14 November 1908

If F s At the National Capital Gossip of People and Events Gathered in Washington ON GETTING THIN "LINGUIST" LOST HIS DINNER. Man of Many Language Dropped Around at Wrong Time. The girl who lititl Jut helped horself tu a particularly large n'.d luscious chocolaio cream Dance to Mark Social Debut of Ethel WASHINGTON Tho ilato for tho coming out danco of Mlsa Kooso- volt, tho president's second daughter, has been Bet for Monday, Decum'jr 28. Whllo this will mark her debut Into tho social llfo of tho younger set, us line been announced before, tho llrst Htntc dluuci sho intends will really menu her formal debut. This tllnnur will be tho first cabinet dinner of tho season and will bo given short ly boforo Christmas. Though tho unnounrcmont sent out from tho Whlto House describes tho entertainment as a "small" dance, the number of Invitations will not fall far short of 1,000. Tho danco will bo hold in tho East room of the Whlto House, nnd, according to present Intentions, will follow tho...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 14 November 1908

LOCAL ITEMS X Sam Boyo if on tho elok list. Boono Ilito is in Ft, Cobb on bii6inoBa today. Sheriff! Bakor is in Bingor on business today. A. D. Brown is in Carnegio to day on ootton business. J. S Honningor ib remodelling his reffidonoo on B street. J. Morrison roturnod from an oxtondod visit in Iown today. Misa Inn Fnetor wont to Ft. Cobb last night to vilit friondB. Ed. N. KaiBor, of Oainosvilio, Tex., is in tho city on buBinoBs today. MiB Sylva Franz ifl spending Saturday and Sunday with homo friends. J. W. Johnson wont to Graoo mont today whoro ho will ory a horBO salo. Mrs. SpnrkB, of Sulphur, Okla., ib tho puopt of E. E, Pattorson and mmily. Mr. and MrB. Wm. Boys aro tho proud parontB of a fine sovon pound boy. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong, of Apaoho, woro Bhopping in Ana darko yoslorday. Shoriff Bnkor roturnod from Bingor lnflt night whoro ho has boon summoning jurymen. 0Mre Hurry Mallon haa ju8t ro turnod from a throo months' visit to Boavorton, Mich, Mrs M'irpuerotto Hudson, of U...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 16 November 1908

o, K. Ulstorlcal Sotk y Anadarko always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget It. ANA1UKKO. CADDO I'OUNTY, OKLA., MONDAY, NOVHMBHK 10. 1008 VOL. 7 No. 251 GREAT STATE ONE OLD VF&R Anniversary of Statehood Being Celebrated Throughout Commonwealth MANY DELEGATES m BANQUET Special to the Democrat. Uuthrio, Oklu., Nov. 10 It waB just ono yoar ago today, that a vast crowd af somblod in front of tho Carnogio Library in thia oity, to witness the inaugu ration of Governor CharleB N. TTnnWnlt. which carried with it tho inauguration of statehood for Oklahoma. With whistloa blow ing, bolls ringing throughout tho entiro commonwealth, tho pro clamation of President Rooso- velt, creating what ia destined to bo ono of tho greatest of com monwealths in the ontiro union, the people witnessed the inaugu ral ooremonieo with glad acolaim, and watched tho inaugural pa rade with minded feelings of do light and hopo. With tho inau guration of Governor H...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 16 November 1908

ME ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT Published Every Evening Except Sunday. A. S. ROBERTS, E IT OR. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dcllvorcd by Carrier, 10c per week. Hy Mall, payable In advance, .... ?!l.00 a year. Entered at tho I'ostofllcc at Anadarko, MONDAY, NOVEMBER JO, 1008. ADUNDANCE OF PLANT FOOD. Parmer Should Get It Into the Soil aa a Fertilizer. riant food 1b one of tho most profit able) thing tlist the farmer can put Into hill soil. If fertlllRor ot nny llliill put Into the soil will bring back Hi eoet In Increased crop, then thnap Iillofttlon has been a success. Hut thi aliftttces of additional returns are so frMt that It should be tho aim of orery farmer to continually fowl hla land. Farm manure Is good, but farm manure is not all that should be uddde to land, for the reason that farm ma nure does not exist In enough abun dance to supply tho needs of the Ian : We know or a farmer that cultivates n large farm well and roIh fair re turns from It. Hut he makes It a ruin to apply to his land ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 16 November 1908

HORTICULTURE WmMMM Jt-SwU JVkVoNU w PRUNING. To Do Successful Work You Need Proper Tools. Ono troublo with tho novlco In pruning Is that ho may not havo a clear Idea of. what ho wishes to ac complish. IIo may think that the tree Is headed too low and ao chomt off tho main limbs and ruins It, or, tho top la too thick and proceeds to trim up tho limbs, leaving a tuft of branches nl tho ends, destroying tho fruiting spurs and leaving what fruit does grow la accessible and exposed to the actioh of heavy lnds. Hotter to have no pruning at all than such work as this. The toolR needed are a saw, shears, knife, step ladder and occasionally a long: ladder. The saw should be the ordinary, narrow, stiff-blade pruning saw, about 18 inches long and with iathor coarse teeth so that it will cut Pruning Tools. freely. The right kind of shears aro a great help and with them much of the work can be done easier and quicker than with any other tool, but few of thoie found in tho hardware stores aro wor...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 16 November 1908

w "'WM rr v X LOCAL ITEMS "Rov. E. B. Toio wont to Yukon ioday. L. W. Myora is transacting business in Vordon today. Hon, Dnn Porry, of Carnogio, Sundayod in Anadarko. Mr. and iMrs. Jorgonson aro Graeeraont visiloro today. Rtv Mltoholl went to Lawton on buinoso this morning. 10 Mr. and Mrs. Cullon spent the past wook in Oklahoma City. JaB, Porkorfield, of Apaoho, ia in tlio oity on businooa today. N. 0. Pootors, of Apaoho, wae an Anadarko visitor yostorday. Agent Harvoy wont to El Reno Saturday ovoning to epond Sunday. CbaB. Ellis, of Old town, loft on tho morning train this morn ing on businoss. 'MlB3 Katio Conloy wont to Apaoho this morning to talto charge of her sohool. J. B. Kinkado and wifo, of "Walker, Mo., aro visiting Mrs, 8. Soronson this wook. Jtev.JJ. M. Johnson and daugh ter Miss Grace, of Faxon, opont yesterday in tho oity. Wm. Plum wont to El Reno yostorday to assist Miss Maymo England arranging her sohool work. Ralph Stratton of tho firm of Strstton & Son, is spen...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 17 November 1908

K Ulstorlcal Society o. Anadarko always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget It. I lie uaiiy uemocrat ANADAKKO. CA13DO COUNTY, OKLA., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908 rOL. 7 No. 252 ra ACTION ON BOND ISSUE Council Wants More Definite Information Before Calling . Election Contrary to expectations the ity oounoil at itB mooting Mon- ay night did not order tho oleo- on for tho voting of tho pro )sed improvement bondB as was spootod, but deferred tho matter r two woekB in order that the roposition might bo put in defi ite form for presentation to tho ooplo before asking thom to vote n it, This aotion was taken at tho iggoation of Dyko Ballinger, ttornoy for tho purohaBtirs of 10 proposed bonds. In spoak lg to tho oounoil on tho matter Ir. Ballinger otatod that a3 it ow Btood tho proposition was .ither indefinite. Tho mayor's lUUUUUUWUU UUIUUg 111U UlUUHUtl hould ntato definitely the pur- osos for whioh tho monoy to bo orived from the salo of 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. — 17 November 1908

AiV A J? 7 EXCHANGE vmmJ - mimm r 1 x 'I B u comma suicuie mi- a imSmt- Hvt&Jfmi Wl WW- H'vf 1& .t 1 1 III MViHA cllMH0Hhl',H l,('1 ,,oni,,tltMl f miBKCTlfaafl . n flCi; K2j2?r H 1 1 ' I l . ulirt LfMilil Ittfk ititifrt.' M ii m m?kKhTt mPAv'y?! Wt A f. 4HUfe.. P iB rxJkiruBAi f f If re nL M 'n, imwnlH mltl.' this iJ&fiS&SgF J&BMfft. J- .. jQy3(lj ft, .i ""'I!"1!. w,wi0,,t. c0" IOSRtfASslPS.n.7f l, .1 suiting uiujouiiK mini aim fyWJ ISWHBlnsffA V " vAT dHVi V , '', ' JJ fl V V tho girl. Tho man usunlly fw fiWLifL 'Wjfl jb 1 Is given more leeway, nnd I "''Rj irjR.'ffik iTTiTOtJt. &J4rz:?!fil I (ffjm I J it ho docs not udnilio the r&&di3ff wSSl WTPl TJtAlitV L-lil Din iiurimlH nuiiiillv I l " ' " VJ'JtWSMMSWl I II 1 IMlf T:::: ilc W&hu. lAI THE American girl Is bo no CllHtnUICd (o n shoit, reman tie rourlii'lilii which loaches Itii cli max In a largo wed ding with n double ilng fciTvlcc, sho Imagines girl nro wooed una won In t same way over who Tho...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 17 November 1908

can! T j The Story That Cured His Wife e By C. A. Stearns IKITHEN I , HOME BplaE editor "Mr. Wllllnni A Kvtfonl will nnawrr .IHiKtloiin iiiul KUo mlvlio MlKI! OF I'OST on nil aiihlretH pertaining lf tho iihjcct of liultillnx for the renders of tula paper. On account hi ma wine ixh ilcnce nil Ktlltor. Author nml Manufac turer, lio In, without douht, tho highest .authority on nil tlwao subjects. Aihlnm nil lniiilrl(M In William A. lliulfnril, No. J'M Fifth AM-. I'lilriiRu. 111., ami only vnolosu two-cent stamp for reply. A wealthy farmer solved the farm liolp iiroblom liy building very pretty 'ottngo houses for bla men to llvo In. An an experiment, about! two yeats ago Jid selected a vety attractive spot In I ho orchnrtl Just a few yaula buck from the main mad. anil without con wilting nny ono built a cottage llko the one Illustrated. It Is small, but large enough for the purpose. It contains a very pleasant living 'room, a splendid iIIiiIuk mom 4ind a kitchen downstairs, and they nro...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 17 November 1908

Ml ''yV.V I LOCAL ITEMS Frank Baker of Ft Cobb ia in tho oity today, T, F. Johnson wont to Lookoba vhia morning. S. Hilton wont to Lawton last night on businoee. L, E. MoKnight is in Lawton on govornmont buainosa, Sam Prinlero is transacting business in Ft. Cobb today. Mrs, C. I. Cooper wont to Vor don today to visit rolativea, Bouiib Ilito is transacting ouainoss in Ft. Cobb today. J. E. Farrington wont to Chiokasha on business today. Ed. N. Kaisor roturnod to Gainosvillo, Tox., this morning. Mrs. Wm. Podriok wont to Carnogio on businoss this morn ing Thoso oil paintod pioturos at tho Bazaar for 58 oonts aro n snap. 252 cM J. T. Stophoneon wont to Lawton this morning to oorvo on tho jury. Elmor Giiih roturnod homo last night from an oxtonded visit in ho oaBt, Mrs. A. L. Windaholl, of Bin der, epont yoHterduy in the oity in business. W. B. Kielt.of Springfield, III., 3 here endeavoring to fit up tho C urt of Honor. Mrs. Doll Hunt and Mrs. T. F. Johnson went to Vt. Cobb toduy to visi...

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. — 18 November 1908

' K' "'"OPlcnl Society Anadarko always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget It. Th Daily Democrat. ANADAKKO. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., WKDX&snAY, NOVEMBER IS. 100H I VOL. 7 No. 253 FINE PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS Caddo County Winter Institute to Be Held in Anadarko Nov- 27 and 28 ThoToaohors' Winter Institute of Caddo oounty will be held at tho Proabytorian ohuroh in Ana darko on Nov. 27 and 28. E. E. Baloomb, of tho A. & M. college and who is at the head of tho work in agrioulturo in Oklahoma, will be here and will have with him an expert in domoatio eoi onoo. Those two will give tho toaohers practical instruction in how to proaont agrioulture and domeotio ooienoe in tho publio sohools. On Friday evening, Nov. 27, Vioo Prosidont S. M. Barrett of Contral Normal at Edraond will looturo on "Our Manifest Dob tiny." Besides these throe who are paid for their sorvioes out of tho normal institute fund, an ex cellent program by the toaohers of...

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. — 18 November 1908

Nothing I Ate Agreed With Me. MRS.LLNORA JJODENHAMER. Mm r ii. 1.1 lUltnl'inur, It !' I). It Itox ll, Iv nif-wllc N, t , vviiln.: - I Htill.'n tl viU slomni.li truiiblonm indigent mil f'irh'iini! time, anil notliiiitf that 1 uto ntrreod with me. 1 wan veiy ncrvausi mid oxtierionocd a continual feeling f uneasiness and (car. 1 took liioillclno from thu doctor, lint it did mo no good. "I found In oho of your l'eruna bonks a doiuriptlou of my symptoms. I then vvrolo to Dr. Hnrliiiiin for ndvlco. Ilu Mild I hnd oiituiih of tho htnmuch. took Pcruiiniiiul Miiimlln mid followed his dlruot Ions mid can now Miy that I fool tm well lis 1 over did. "I liopo that nil who nronlllloted with tho mum nyinptoiiiH will take 1'onina, us It him cortufiily cured me." Tho nbovu in only ono of hundreds who lmvo written similar letters to Dr. Ilartiiinu. .lust ono Mich mimi uh thW entitles lVruna to tlio candiit consider ntlon of ovuryono Bliulhirly iillllitted. If this bo true of tho testimony of ono por ...

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. — 18 November 1908

PERFECT HEALTH. After Years of Backache, Dullness and Kidney Disorders. Mrs. It. C, Illctmiond, of Northwood, lown, says: "For years I was a mai tyr to kldnoy trouble, backnche, dizzy spoils, hrad u"1icb and a tor- rlblo bearing-down pain. I used ono remedy aftor an otbor without bono, fit. Finally I urinI a box of Doan's Kidney Pills nnd the backache ceased. Encouraged, 1 kept on, nnd by tho tltno I had usrd three boxes not a sign of tho trouble remained. My 'health Is perfect." Sold by nil dealers. RO cents a box. Fostoi-Mllburn Co., Duffulo, N. Y. A Linguist. Tho chnrm of Mrs. Uuth MeKnery Stuart's negro dialect stories wa groatly onhnnced when she read thorn horsoir, as she used frequently to ilo In tho early days of her fame, for chnrlty and church entertainments. Hor Imitation of tho nogro dialect was oxcolloiit. and her small son. who was very fond of hor accomplishment In this lino, frequently boastml of It among tho other children. Once, when tome of his schoolmates were va...

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. — 18 November 1908

f ft" zgttwmtmv,wtMmk&2&0& Hmw YOU CAN'T TELL whitt will happen the next minute. Your bwutlful i!ate glaw window MAY GO TO SMASH .while you are reading Uiia. la it insured? If not Hrtd !t' broken tomorrow our skirts re cleared Tor calling your attontion to It today. 'Hie cost of iniurnnce is nominal and wo'llj:tvovou n compnny that will pny promptly if you have a mianap. Today's your chance, tomor row Tiiay ho too Into. The Reece Agency Anntlarko, Oklr. "1 LOCAL ITEMS Thoso oil palntod pIoturoB at tho Bazaar for D8 oonte aro a annp. 252 (14 TJort "Wiloox of Ft. Worth, iB in tho oity on bupinoss. C-Boar MorriB.visited his friond at Apuoho Sunday. Mr. Poo, of Bridgodorl, was a visitor hero Monday, Froemont Boylo wont to Car negie, today on business. Jiuimio Pattoraon, of Graoe mont, ia oxpeotod horo today. Julius Lasma is spondingn fow days in tho Wiohita Mountaino. Mro. MoCall of Carnogio, waa chopping in tho oity yoeterday. J, S. Thompnon, of Waurika, ia in tho oity on b...

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