The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 179, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 20, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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The Daily Democrat
'. j (Dally except Sunday.)
II. U. HEUNDON Ed. and;i'ub.
Entered nt the Anodarko Okla. post-
ofUcp or secondclass mall
matter. Jan. 22 1007.
Dflll. I f carrier nor week. 10c
Dally by wail per year $3.00
Weekly by "mall por year. $1.00
Mr. McFndyen Shooting Fist
Will MoFadyon republican
nominoo for stato roprnBontatlvo
ia havirig tho proraonitory nhud'
dora of ntnlomnanehip thoBe duye
as he boob tho situation. Ilo
oppoooa himself to Frank Stoph-
ona of Apiiohp and affoofa to bo
liovo that ho will win in a walk.
J3ut lot'o 800.
We havo not hoard of any
standing Or qualifioations that
Mr. MoFadyon possossoB that Mr.
Stophorm dooa not or that givoa
him any olaiiri tr tho domooratio
voto'a noooBaary to oloot. But wo
do know' of several very grovo
reasons why Will ahould reoeivo
tho unanimous domooratio black
ball at tho poIJs. Ho will if
elooted votofor'twoUnitod Statos
senators whioh tho interests of
Oklahoma omphatioully require
to bo dotnoorata. Furthermore;
thd ropublioan party in its deB
porato plight is trying to trado
off ovoryl-iiing on thoir tiokt to
oloot Frantz tho idoa being that
if thoy oaivgot tho govornorahip
and morolhan ono-third of tho
logiBlaturo thoy oan bhvo some
thing for tho corporations out of
tho ruin that is impending for thorn
through tho constitution for tho
people. Tito oleotion of a publican
representative would bo a further-
ance of thin Hohome. So demo
orala lino tip behind your man.
Again if Mr.MoFadyonia eloo
ed liia ovory act will bo opposed
"io the interoat of the domooratio
party in Caddo county. Do you
want this domoorata? Thon go
out and bury William and hia
running 'niato 'M. Jenkins.
The Poor Grandchildren I
Mr. MoFadyon ia putting up a
bluff to tho peoplo whoso votea ho
asks aa follows: The constitu-
tion of a state is a holy thing
ehut'Up.Bttdrod and apart not to
bo monkoypd with lightly and ir-
roverentiy changed by profane
legislators. s It will tie up the
voter's grandohildron who might-
n't like the constitution in thoir
day. Would you says Mr. Mo-
Fadyen to the Voter bo willing to
do that? I won't advise you to
vote against the constitution
(which moanB a voto against state-
hood) but would you be willing
to do it? This is a very impor-
tant matter and you'd better
think about it very seriously.
Mr. MoFadyon is oonsistonc in
this rospoot that ho is a bach
olor. "Should Borne girl suooeed
in catching William it is natural
to erpent that in tho ordinary
oourso of events he would booome
a father and in duetimo a grand
tathor. But hold on Bays Will
iam my grandohildren might be
dissatisfied with conditions but
rounding them; they might not
be contented and happy. There
fore I'll keep on being wary and
not get married. If uny of these
rmgnificent Oklahoma girls get
to oaBting amorous eyoa at mo
I'll shoo them off on aooount of
tho possible doncquon'oiin the
shape of grandchildren.
Tho above ia the oheap form of
straddle the republics enmity t
statehood takos in tho hands of
Mr. MoFadyon who. God save
us hopes tobeleotod law-malrtr
on such a plea as that I If tho
oditor of this papor woro an in-
telligent republican voter and
Mr. MoFadyon wero to como to
mo with suoh a paltry bluff to
keep mo from voting for state-
hood and solf-govornment and
from endorsing tho work that
delegates I had voted for did at
Guthrie for tho republicans
v )tod largely with tho democrats
list all and will again this fall
I'd toll him 1 didn't think lie had
brainB enough to praotioe law
let alono to make it; and I'd
promptly voto for tho democratic
And to mako tho in-
sincerity of hia equivocation por-
foot Mr. MoFadyen will vote for
iho constitution himself. He
knows that thore will bo no office
of ropresontativo to fill without
Furthermore if Mr. MoFadyen
doesn't know that tho constitu-
tion provides for the assembling
of a new constitutional conven-
tion at least once ovory twenty
years ho'd bettor get tho docu
ment and read it. We ooll his
attention to Section 2 Article 24
whom ho will find that tho poo-
pic's dologatos evon considered
tho grandohildren and that thore
is no roason for Will to Baorifico
Uio yearnings of naturo and
more tho lifelong favors and a -
sooiation of a partner beoauso of
It is almost impossible to tell
you all tho benefits to bo derived
by Bonding your soiled clothes to
the wash every week. Tho above
refers entirely to the benefits to
be derived by you but by follow
ing tho above directions you will
alao be helping those who do
your work. Call No 55 and give
an ordor for our wagon to oall
ovory Monday. Anadarko
Steam Laundry. 130tf
Fro8h oatfish ovory day fresh
oysters spring chickonB ham
veal boef pork oheose. braina
and egg sandwiches cakos
pies and cobblers of all kinds.
Regular dinner 25 cents. Sun-
day dinners a speuialty.
Clyde Robinson Prop.
Notice t3 hereby given that I havo
this day filed with the county clerk my
application and petition praying for
licencu to sell wholesale malt liquors on
Right-of-way of C. It. I. & P. R. R. in
tho second ward city of Anadarko
Oklahoma territory. That unless re-
monstrance is tiled beforo tho expira-
tion of two weeks publication of this
notice license will issue as prayed.
Witness my hand this 16th day of
C. II. Kamm applicant.
First pub. Aug. 22 last pub. Sept. 5
WANTED Girla to work on
the board at telephone office.
Experience raakoa no differenoo.
T-o lota 1UUX140 feet on
north s'do of Baih addition for
$200. Thia ib a aplended build
ing site One lot S100.
176tf Baldwin & Gibbs.
Tho Reece Agonoy haa an ox
tra good typewriter to sell oheap
Why war that dirtv suit? I
will clean it for you tomorrow.
Ladies those Roi'od akirtsjoan be
made &b good as new. Try mo
158 tf JAMB3 Adkins.
FOR RENT Two rooms over
Foley's Gr cery More oool and
newly pipered. 159 tf
One way second-class "Colonist" tickets to California and Pacific Northwest
on sale daily via the Rock Island.
Sept. 1st to Oct. 31st
Your choice of two best routes to tho coast
Tickets good In personally conducted Tourist sleeping cars on payment of
Ask for our illustrated folder.
H. G HARVEY Agent
Rock Island Lines
WE ARE CUTTING LOOSE
On 350 sacks B.Q. Flour at $1.00
per sack. Puritian 95c per sack.
Every Sack Guaranteed
Large sacks 25c
Small " ' 15c
l4 gallon 60c
- 1 quart 45c
THESE ARE A FEW QF OUR BARGAINS
The Best Groceries
AT THE BEST PRICES
We Have Just Put in the Finest Line of
Bottled Goods in Caddo County
8 BUN f gr-
J. E FARRINGTON'S
Feed And Seed Store
Stock and Poultry Feed. Garden
and Field Seed. Phone 1 36.
G. H. CLARY mgr.
Defects of vision altho slight
may cause much annoyance and
it usually appears in the form of
Or Aching Eyes
Now if you aro suffering from
strained vision our scientific
test of tho eves will reveal the
cause and a pair of our
Rightly lade Lenses"
Will Give Relief
Hollck Big Anadarko O. T
D E N T I ST
Office over Fair
Store. All work
Offict Over The Fair Sfoc
I dye daily: lat me dye for you
j58 tf James Adkins.
ONE DAY ONLY
REMEMBER The Reeoe Ag
enoy has u large amount of priv-
ate money to loan on good farm 9
or oity property. 176 3td 2tw
CHILDREN UNDER 9 YEARS c
Ticket Wagon Sells Tickets on Arrival of Show on
urounus to titner Performance
ONLY BIG CIRCUS COMING THIS SDHHE1
Tne BJ0 SHOffO?
SEEN BEFORE Vv1
III TOUR CITY
rllMffv'' A tAC
hv 1 M r I is $ r t f M U
m 1000 People 108 Cages and Tableaux
'v SUIIIECT nOIITC 1PTHOC TUC ddiucpt Tnimrno
m"' "" muiuiiu int. unmcai mAUT.na
100-IMPERIAL AMAZING ACTS -100
10-CHAMPION BAREBACK RIDERS-10
A REGIMENT OF ACTORS 1 1 KINDS OF HUSIC
2 HERDS OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTSi
DOUBLE HERD of SIBERIAN CAMELS anc' DROMEDARIES
GENUINE POLAR OR ICE BEARS. BENGAL TIGRESS AND BABIES
8 OPEN DENS OF TRAINED BEASTS 3 HUGE CIRCUS RINGS
STARTLING AERIAL ARTISTS 30 NOVEL MID-AIR ACTS
40 CLOWNS-A SINGING LAUGHING LOT OF FUN-MAKERS 40 &
BEN HUR HERD OF ARABIAN STALL0N3
5Ud of th Black IaKlFath-WorJf! Cast Trained Mori
- .- 9
Beautiful BewrfchlnHoylaRd-K'LElciS JUSVtiS om)
Jl 0000 g feAf fe FOR 10000 PEOPLE
yC.T io A. M EACH MORNINQ YOU WILL BBS THB MOST
bUKbtUUb NtW fKfct STREET PARADE
nearly 1000 PEOPLE AND ANIMALS Actually Participating In this Glorious
Spectacular Romantic Pageant and Trmendouo Free Public Display
A SERIES OF GRAND FREE OUTSIDE EXHIBITIONS TAKE PUCE ON THE CIR-
CUS GROUND IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE PARADE. EVERVBODY CrtVITSD.
Will Exhibit Rain or Shine Under the Largest Waterproof Tertr f.-r Con-
w-ucica. uoors upen i ana 7 p. m. performances Commence a an. j o.m.
EXCURSION RATES FROM EVERYWHERE:
HAMMERT & AYRES
Staple .nd Fancy Groceries
FRESH MEATS SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fisfn Season Fresh Vegetables etc.
C StrcetlBctween 4th & 5th. Phone No. fci.
J. N. CURNUTT
Makes Paints and Repairs
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS
Will Save You Time and Money
RENEW the Youth of That Buggy Mot 117
with a coat of PAINT il IP fV
6th Street North of Citizens Bank.
See Jeff Ford for everything- in
moaca canned goods freah vege-
tables daily every thing the boat
Phone your orders and they will
be filled promptly. Same atten
tion to ohildren as to grown u pa
Phone your orders in we don'
koop our goods long. Wa pay
the highest and get tho best and
sell it immediately. Jeff Ford
M. BRISTOW D. t. WOOD.
THE PIONEER ABSTRACT COMPANY
Have the only Coaiuleie Setl of Abitract Books In Caddo County
Oyncs:Roomi 4 5 and 8 Holler Building.
Anadarko . - Oklahoma
Ghe Crushed Granite Co.
CRUSHED GRANITE FOR BALLAST
Sireet and Cement Work. TT
Agents For The
Capacity 1500 Tons per day.
BUOOY FOR SALE CHEAP.
Buggy newly painted good aa
new. Call; at 'Demoorat office.
154 tf ' fo U t
ARTHUR M. LEMON
AUUI F1"4 HjJIaIS.
Four room house oh West
Graduate Jones Auction College. Sat Brodway in thia oity. Write!
lsiacuon uuaranteeq. H02 South 2ad Street Chiokaaha
Vqcastet I. T or LaCrossb O. T or aeo D jmoeriu vm m. 12t dl
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Herndon, H. R. The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 179, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 20, 1907, newspaper, August 20, 1907; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81568/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.