The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 180, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 21, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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The Daily Democrat
(Dully except Sunday.)
H. It. HERNDON Ed. and;I'ub.
Entered at tho'Anadnrko Okla. poat-
odlco an sccondclass mail
matter. Jan. 22. 1307.
Oaily.L carrier per week 10c
Daily by mail per year $3.00
TVooKly by malf per year. $1.00
Now would tho polioo bo moan
ohough to run in a republican for
putting tho vord "slaughtered''
undor our hondquartors Sign?
Amounts Pledged For Instruc
tion cto. by Business
Tho Big Show is in ovidonoo
judging from tho brokon orosa-
inga. Mr. Burger ia not likoly to
suffer from onnui Uiobo hot days.
"Now eidowalka aro oonBtantly
going in both oonoreto and briok.
Mr. Thompaon and Mr. Dunlnp
havo just luid somo fino onop
and are putting in othors
Bonaparte Thrown Out
Tho dismissal of Attprnoy-
'Gonoral Bonaparto from tho
oabinot beoauao ho topic tho
Roo8ovolt anti-trust orusndo too
seriously as ovidoncod by tho
-gingor ho put into it ia a lament
ablo givoaway aB regards Mr.
Roosovoit and hie dopurtmont
ohiofs. "wo have had 'a good
many prosooutiona by tho Do
partmcht 6f Jiiatide but no ro-
Bults.ua far as actual punish
mont ia conoomod. Now thoro
is a 52OOob''60O fino logged up
against tho Standard Oil and
the oaBo to go up to tho Supromo
Court whorp Mr. Bonaparto
would bo tiq prosooutor.
Mr Bprjapartoa ponduot of tho
Department of Juatico as touch
inp tho Standard Oil ia stated
not to bo Bfttiefaatory to Mr Boo
and to Mr. Baoon himself a vice
prosidont of tho National City
Bank of Now York tho Stand
ard Oil bank. Theroforo Mr.
in. ' i
Bonaparto servant of tho poo
plo and not ol tho Standard Oil
is kiokod out of offioe.
What do the people havo to
flay of their Teddy now?
Hit It Up!
Now is tho time to do business
in a politioal way and those
domoorata who oan speak and
who witness a good oonfeasion in
a domooratio love foaBt may very
helpfully giye an exhibition of
works as well as faith. Domo-
oratio speakers are wanted for
every township and sohodl die
triot and if the dootrinea of
demooraoy aro told moro than
onco-in a yqting preoinqt for the
Jhoaling of tbd people it will bo all
.right as regards September 17.
Democrats read your text the
state constitution and preach to
your neighbors about you.
Tho danger for the domooratio
party in Caddo oounty is not the
republican vote for tho republi-
can farmers are not fools and
'will vote a many for the consti-
tution and the people that made
it. The danger is that tho domo-
oratio vote may not be polled.
There aro eo many Texas demo
orate in Caddo oounty who are
aocustomed to vote at the pri-
mary and not at the general
election that it is an even obanct
of enough of them staying away
from tho polls to loose theroandi
da;ea thoir seatB. And tha dan-
ger in tho state is not in tho re
publican vote but in tho demo-
cratic vote etaying away.
Tho total democratic ote in
tho primary was 2351; tho ropub
We the undersigned deBi'rouB
0( encouraging tho organization
uikJ equipment of the now Band
now Btnrting have subscribed
tho amounlH aet opposite our
several nutnoB for tho purpose of
defraying oxponaps of instruction
"and hull rent: - "
Max Ooldman & Co 15 00
Popojoy and Stowe 5 00
Oglo Broa. 15 00
Sutter a Stoph'dnBon 'l0 00
Tho Democrat 5 00
Frank Ward 5 00
W W Torry. 2 50
W H Campbell 10 00
A Younghehn 2 00
B 8 Dixon 10 00
Dr. D.H.Boyd 2 00
'First Nat'l Bank 15 00
F J Callahan 5 00
Nathan & DpFprd 15 00
Galloway & Turnor ' 2 00
'Pfaff ifcBons .5 00
Dunoun it Leonard 2 50
Wish Broa. i. 50
Anadarko Milling Co 5 00
Stolznor & Son 2 50
O P. SkaggB 2 50
V F Loazonby 1 00
ity Nat'l Bank .W Hudson 15 00
Wjll'iam Rqoce .. n 20
Baird Conf Co- 2 5p
Harry Mow ... i 00
FN Wood .
H C Gibhs
J. H. CARTER
Democratic Candidate For
J. M. Carter tho Demooratio
oandidato for oounty Survoyor is
a graduuto of tho Enginooring
Department of tho Missouri Stato
University . Ho haB had valuable
experience in survoying and
engineering work in tho railway
aervioound is a courteous gentle
man as woll as a competent and
effioiont man for tho offloo ho
soak8 Tho people of Caddo
oounty will muko no mistake in
olooting Mr. Carter thoir surveyor.
Mrs. Pat Davitt and daughter
of El Reno arrived in tho city
this morning -for a nhort visit
Mr. and M b. J. W. Elston
wont to Hutohinson Kansaa for
a two month's visit with rela-
tivoH and friends.
If iho stookraisors attend tho
auotion sale of M. E. Whitten
August 27th they will see somo
of tho finest high grade cattle in
tho county all red ones no blaok.
Miaa Ida Swanson returned
laat evening from a visit with
her parents at Guthrie Miss
Swanson is a matron at tho
lioan 2100. If tho domoorata lose
thiB election and they may very
easily loso it through a little fool-
ish assumption of safety and
staying away from the polls they
will havo nobody but themselves
to blamo. Meanwhile pentlo
men lot's hit it up good and
strong in evory preoinot so that
thoro will be no question of get
ting out overy demooratio vote in
Rov. F. L. Mitchell and Miss
Ida Swanaon went to Fort Sill
this morning to attend tho big
Indian. oamp meeting which is
boing do'pduoted by Roy. Clark.
MrB. Nannio Todd and soil
G. C. Todd and wife mother
and brother of Mrs. Oscar D'iolir
arrived' in tho city thiB morning
from Riohards Missouri and will
make an extended visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Diohr. .
Why wjoar that dirty suit? I
willclean-it foryou tomorrow.
Ladios those soiled skirtsoan bo
made aB good as now. Try mo
158 tf James Adkins.
Cider contains twlco ai
much alcohol as Pabst Blue
Ribbon Beer yet people Gen-
erally agree that elder is a
temporanco bevcrago thai
even children can drink.
The Beer of Quality
contains only S of alco-
hol) and ia rich in the ex-
tractives of malt and hops
that aid tho digeatlon.bufld
up tho blood and promote
Charles II Kamm
FOR RENT Two rooms oyor
Foloy'a Grocery store oool and
newly papered. 159-tf
Sherifrs Sale. -
. 1 Hi
Territory of Oklahoma Caddo Coun-
Ella Luschon )
Fred LUschen )
i t . i .
Notice is hereby given that by vir-
tue of an execution to mo directed and
delivered and now in my hands issued
out of the Clerk's office of tho Seventh
Judicial District Court Territory of
Oklahoma in and for the county of
Caddo upon a judgment rendered in
said Court in favor of Ella Luschcn and
against Fred Luschcn I have levied up-
on the following described personal
property of said dependent to-wit:
Ono team of gray horses one Stude-
baker wagon one single buggy with no
top ono set of buggy harness one set
of work harness about fifteen hundred
bushel of corn in crib and about four
hundred bushel on ground.
Fifty acres of growing corn on west
side of creek and four acres of grow-
ing cotton on east sido of creek
Two milch cows and ono calf four
brood sows and 65 head shoats.
All of above property on lots 2 and 3
of Sec. 31 Twp 8 North R 8 w. And
that I shall on Tuesday the 20th day
of August A. D. 1907 at the hour of
2 o'clock p. m. of said day on land
above described in said county
and Territory proceed to sell the right
title and interest of the above named
Fred Luschcn in and to the above de-
scribed property to satisfy said judg-
ment and costs amounting to Nine
Hundred Fifteen dollars and 40 cents
together with all accruing costs of
Hale at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash.
W. M. Plum
Sheriff of Caddo County.
Dated at Anadarko this 9th day of
August 1907. 170 lOtd
One way second-class "Colonist" tickets to California and Pacific Northwest
on sale dally via the Rock Island.
Sept. 1st to Oct 31st
Your cholso of two best rputes 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
. MEHyiiMiirii M
' Dcfects'jof vision altho slight
jmnycnuB much annoyance and
Jt usually appears in the form of
. Dull Headache
Or Aching Eyes
' 'Now if 'you are Buffering from
Strained vision our scientific
test of tho eves will reveal the
cause and a pair of our
"Rightly flade Lenses'.'
Will Give Relief
HolUkBlg. Anadarko O.T.
D EN XI ST
OfTlco over Fair
Store. All work
- l strictly guar-
i f antco.
Offict " Ovef-'TKe Faif Store
I dye daily; let mo dyoforyou
158 tf James Adkins.
REMEMBER The Reeco Ag-
ency haa a largo amount of priv-
ate money to loan on good farma
or olty property. 175 3td 2tw
See Jeff Ford for everything In
meaca oanned goods fre'sh vege-
tables daily everything the beat
rnono your orders and they will
be filled promptly. Same atten
tior to children as to grown upa
Phone your orders in wo don'
koep our goods long. Wa pay
tho highest and get the beat and
sell it immediately. Jeff Ford
BUddY FOB SALE COKAP.
Buggy newly painted good as
new. Call at Demoorat ofGoa.
It is almost impossible to tell
you all the benefits to be derived
by sending your soiled olothea'to
the wash every week. The above
refers entirely to the benefits to
be derived by you but by follow
ing the above direotions you will
also be helping those who do
your work. Call No 65 and give
an ordor for our wagon to oall
every Monday. Anadarko
Steam .Laundry. 130tf
Freeh oatfieh every day freBh
oysters spring ohiokena bam
veal beef pork oheese brains
and egg sandwiohes oakes
pies and cobblers of all kinds.
Regular dinner 25 oenta. Sun
day dinners a specialty.
Clyde Robinson Prop.
WE ARE GUTTING LOOSE I
On-350 sacks B. Q. Flour at $1.00
per sack. Puritian 95c per sack.
Every Sack Guaranteed
Large sacks 25c
Small " 15c
THESE ARE A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS
The Best Groceries
AT THE BEST PRICES
We Have Just Put in the Finest Line of
Bottled Goods in Caddo County ' '
Feed rjdi Seed Store
Stock and Poultry Feed. Garden
and Field Seed. Phone 1 36.
C H. CLARY Mgr.
HAMMERT & AYRES
Staple a.nd Fancy Groceries
FRESH MEATS SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fisblcn Season. Fresh Vegetables etc.
C StrtIBtwecn 4th 6c 5th. Phone No. 84.
J. N. CURNUTT
Makes. Paints and Repairs
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS
Will Save You Time and Money
RENEW the Youth of That Buggy fcJ-TilV
with a coat of PAINT PJU?T
6th Street North of Citizens Batik.
WANTED Girla to work on
the board at telephone offioe.
Experienoe makes no differenoe.
Two lota 100X140 feet on
north e'do of BaVh- addition fur
S200. This ia a splended build
ingeito. Ono lot S100.
176tf Baldwin & Gibds
M. BRISTOW O. L. WOOD.
THE PIONEER ABSTRACT COMPANY
HihTe tho only Comuleie Setl ot Abstract Books la Caddo County.
OmOE:)Rooms 4 6 and 8 Holler Building.
Ahadarko - Oklahoma
6Ae Crushed Gr&nite Co.
CRUSHED GRANITE FOR BALLAST
Street and Cement Work.
Accntti For The
Capacity IbOO Tons per day.
ARTHUR M. LEMON
The-Reece Agency haa an er
tra good typewritor to sell ohoap.
Graduate Jones-Atction College. Sat
O0H TET I. I or LACROSSE O. T
Jljftut. ropmihouflo .oB.Weat
Broadway in this oity. -Write-1102
South 2nd street Chio kasha
or see Demoorat offioe. 12t d
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Herndon, H. R. The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 180, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 21, 1907, newspaper, August 21, 1907; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81569/m1/4/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.