The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 218, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 10, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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Senator Owen Speaks
(cont. from page 1)
said Sonator Owon was $23 at
tho timo rofcrrcd to by Mr. Taft
and now is $33 or ah inorotieo o
approximately CO por oonti
By a Borioa of deductions Son-
ator Owon ehowod that ovory
panio sinoo 1872 oould proporly
bo traood to tho ropublioans bo
oaueo tho ropublioans havo boon
in power all that time with tho
exooption of two yoara and dur-
ing all that timo failed to givo
tliQ country a romGrjy.
"Tho Aldrioh-Vroolund our
ronoy bill oonlaino n romody"
eaid Senator Owen" and thoro
we have the admieuion that a
romody ie noodod for tho futuro.
He impressed faith in tho bill ob
& panio panaooa and Baid that
whiloho did not voto for tho
tnoaBuro in its final ahapo ho
novortholoBB would havo done bo
if his had boon tho dooiding voto.
Ho doolarod tho oauoo of a panic
to bo the withdrawal of bank do-
poBits and that tho ourronoy bill
passod last year will onablo tho
bankB of tho country to follow
out tho English Gorman and
Fronoh idea of issuing emergen-
cy monoy at a high rato of intor
oat to take tho plaoo of that with
drawn by tho pooplo during
financial disturbances. Ho
claimed crodit for having pre-
served to tho United StatoB son
ale in 1900 thia foaturo in tho
ahapo of an amondmont whioh
was offorod to a ourronoy bill
thon nondinc in ooncross but
was defeated by Senator Aldriob
who Senator Owon oayB eight
yoara later cornea along and ad-
mitB is tho only aolution of tho
problom and makes it part of his
Ho charged prodatory wealth
and Wall Stroot intoroata with
controlling tho money orodit of
tho country and that tho banks
of tho country woro boing mado
tho agenoioB of thoir manipu-
lations of tho atook market. Tho
bull movomont in Wall Stroot for
tho laat throo yoara and until tho
rooont panio ho doolarod waa
an artifioiul movomont ongi-
noorcd by unacrupuloua men
who woro authorizing tho banka
of tho country to oxtond orodit
frooly to men spooulating in
utooks and bonds mostly Btooke
"It is this liberal credit busi
ness that foHtora bull move-
ments " aaid Mr. Owon "and
after tho markot ifl as high na it
can possibly aland tho manipu-
lator in Wall Streot soil and at
onoo doolaro that tho tone of tho
murkol should bo moro oonsor--.ativo;
that tho intrinio worth of
ho proportion directly ropro-en-;ed
by tho papor hold by thoir
U T.-r- i-tit A-r - - Tr - B
MONDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 12 1908
BDWIN PATTERSON OFFERS
GAe Emery MusicaJ Comedy Company
the 3 Act
The "Idea! Beauty" Girl Chorus.
Prices $1. 1 AuS SS' Ticketsfor sale at Stephenson's Drug Store.
ouBtomorB all ovor tho oountry
dooa not justify so high a mar-
kot. Tho liberal orodit foaturo
ia thus withdrawn Monoy rates
aro inoroaaod with the reault that
tho poor speculator unablo to
'pay freight drops out of tho
gamo or is 'squeezed out' to uso
tho vornaoular of Wall Streot.
Senator Owon also advooatod
the publioity of oempaign contri-
butions and tho oloation of United
States sonators by diroot voto of
tho pooplo. His reforenoo to tho
insinoority of thoropublioan pos-
ition with respect to tho publioity
of campaign contributions was
loudly applauded. Ho Baid that
tho republioana had promised
publicity after tho olootion but
that promiso had oomo from only
ono oampaign sourco namely
Mr. Sheldon treasurer of the re-
publican national committee.
Ho wanted to know how the
treasurer of tho ropublioan con
gressional oommittoo lowed the
matter and inasmuch as tho re-
publicans woro bo anxiouB to
publish oonlributiona aftor the
olooticn inquired why thoy did
not moot Mr. Bryan's ohailongo
to havo tho contributions to tho
oampaign of 1800 and 1000 mado
Senator Owon in oonolusion
paid a glowing tributo to tho fi-
delity and ability of Representa-
tive Elmer L. Fulton demooratio
oandicato for congress from tho
Booond district and in this con-
nection said that the noxt houso
of representatives surely would
bo demooratic that that much
had already boon accomplished
in this oampaign.
"Speaker Cannon will bo a
member of tho minority; indeed
it ia doubtful whother ho will bo
a mombor at al1" deolared Son-
(Cont. from pago 1.)
J. II. Shipton.
Sooond on Irish PotatooB J. II.
First on gourds J. H. Shipton.
First on cotton Btulk S. F.
First on onions A. A Langs-
ton. First on bloody butohor corn
G. E. Quick.
First on yellow corn E. J.
' Firsl on white corn E..I Phill-
Socond on pop corn.E. J Phill
Second on parsnips E J. Phill-
ippi. Second cucumber VB Winn.
First tin pumpkin P. C. Car-
ter. First on pepper W.B.Winn.
Firnt on npplftf Dixon Bros.
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LOCAL ITEMS I
Miss Franz of Bingor is visit-
ing homo today.
Fresh California honoy in
squares at O P. Skagga. Phono
02. 210 tf
Mise Poppiwoll ia visiting homo
friesds noar Binger today.
O P. Skaggs alwaya haa frosh
vegotablos on hand. Phono 02.
R. R. MoAninch is transacting
business in Hobart today.
S. A. JnmoB wont to Bingor
this morning to buy cotton.
F. H. Thomas of Geary ia in
Anadarko on business today.
Mr. C P Jordan of Gotobo is
visiting Mrs. W. H. Compton.
Pooled Alborta poaoh regular
20o can 10c at O. P. Skogge.
Mrs. J. H. Snyder of Chioka-
Bha is yisiting Mrs. Will Sny-
'dor. Miss Alio Hastings of Apaoho
is visiting Anadarko friends to-
day. Miss Maggio Oolke wont to
EIRcno this morning to visit hor
Mrs. A. E. Wolf and ohildren
wont to Flotohor this morning to
visit Mr. Wolf.
Miss Raohol Downing and Miss
Margurito Miller wont to Vordon
to visit frionds.
Johnnie Wallaoe and Roy
Austin wont to Lawton last night
to visit friends.
Pure Honoy in tho comb finest
vor. Anadarko Grocery Co.
Phono 50. 216 tf
Miss Eva Grees of Bridgoport
was in tho oity to hear Senator
Owon last night.
Hon. Dan Poory of Carnegio
was shaking handB with friondB
in tho city today.
Tho ladioa of tho Presbytorian
churoh aro nrranging to hold a
bazaar on Doc 5. 2td
Watoh tho Bazaar window Sat-
urday Oot. 10 for 25 oent bar-
gains in onamolwaro. 215 3td
Mrs. Shultz and Mrs. Primm
of Mountain View aro the guests
of Mrs. Dr. Candler.
Louis and New State ooffoes
and teas no bottor goods any-
whoro at Anadarko Grooery Co.
Phono 50. 205tf
Tho Gonoral Manager of tho
C.R.I.AP. wa? here Friday look-
ling ovor tho ground for a now
5 Comedians 5
12 Dancers 12
20 Singers 20
visits WITH I
Tho nvei-HKi' nionso Uvea onlj three
ji uis. Imt In scrips much moro
Krowth than that out of tho avcrafio
joutiK woman lie pursues.
it it it
If huiup nion wlio are self-madfl
wnulil quit hriiKKltiK about It people
Mnilil not ho so given to criticising
Cf it it
No man would think of kicking be-
causo the woimm ho loves Is beauti-
ful but ho 1b unwise who marries
merely for this.
it it it
Tho man who does right merely be-
cause tho law says ho must may get
tip courage enough some ilny to break
Some girls will break a heart with
much moro Hang frold than they will
bieak a corset string.
it it i;
Discontent Is only ourselves undis-
Men work hard for power and polf
and occasionally we see some provi-
dent fellow working In tho sunset of
his life through force of habit. Few
men or women however love work
for Itself alone. Tom Sawyer much
preferred going In swimming to white-
washing tho fence about his home nnd
many a boy has hoed potatoes with
n heavy heart In sucker-fishing timo!
To begin with wo don't take to work
jib we do to play but as we progress
through life's vale we note that every-
thing depends upon work work with
the lintuls or the bruin but work fop
all that. Success is only attained
through effort. Comfort position adu-
lation of the many are hut tho master-
pieces of labor. Wo soon learn tho
lesson set our eyos straight to the
fiont and upward and work! Jinny
overwork In their zeal to accomplish
great things but theso samo -tollers
with tho prizes gone would work lit
tie. The fact Is Joy of work Inde-
pen t of results Is most exquisitely
felt those who don't havo to toll!
The .obo that dreamed he was work-
ing and awoke with a cry of consterna-
tion is not a fit Illustration but the
fact remains that nono of us are too
fond of work because It Is work!
tin ml Mn feeds t li.-. Chlckum
l'i tl-re P.irlj llK'it if .Mom.
Ill' Unlti 1 vp 11 pi I: ir two
ia jim's 1!iiiioIvi I'oin-
lint wlion it 1 1111m I m lll'iu Kkrs
i.i 1 1 llrii-s tliem 2 ..!!
mul .Inn ups I'n Willi "' ry CYnt
11 tr.i.v she icll" friim llroun!
anil win 11 titer Nalwm cum J call.
cr . I'-" frum out at Town
mi' -!'- Inr i lilrken book 2 wl
h ' i w .MuHi' IIkk-'Ih (low ii
nml tli"ii k!i tells tliem wlmt Sli'ii Mail
mul ili-j b.i. ".Muri' Mn!"
Mu illiiK f.ilU 2 tlHtT wlmt
thi" Corn l conlln'! (loo!
ilt 1' Mir I'linis 2 iIIiih wllli us
nii'l M i ilif iMioki n chli'k.
H' ll ""'' lllfKKlllk; mul pn HZ
fii him : ni ill lilx jilok!
In- Ji-z liK'c In rut Ih iiIUih k'oii'1."
I Kl- 'li.i- NIH'IC ft-r m!m-
aml tin n ml tuh li THI.I.S DIM 1
nnd ' irz "Ain't tint lint-!"
tlirn I'a ln rlniilvM In lile rlmlr
but il ii v not Htty ii Wonl!
I rat nil nook .ml for tlin
It Hearn I btiM not bran).
nil then I toll tboo I'lvi'liur
HimIiib ftttlioi' in fin l. in
Unit l'n wooil miiki moro iloush thnn
a-8olllnc ma the Coin!
An olil rliTKinan frb'iut of mlno wn
onif onki'rt tn ilollnr tlw illff.Tenci b-
twron "pu-pHifil unit tmW'. Ho an-
srt'il "Well my mm. tlpiv Is ninny
a person wlni may bo prrparcd to illo
but 1 haw novcr ns yet saw one who was
McetliiK nn old frlrnd nt tlic ronvon-
lion Ci.cy nski'il htm wlipro be Hvml
and what hi was doliiK. "I'm IIvIiik In
Now York nnd tnlnc to niaki- an lumi'st
lUltiB." v.-ns llio nliw-r "Will yo'i
kboultl do all rolglit tluTi'." biiUI Catty
"Yo's will bv very little opposition "
I beard of a fellow who had bought
crnne currant buns ut n bakery and
when he nttempti'd to oat ono bo found
It was a lly. Heturntni; to thn bakery ha
demanded another bun for the ono that
ro:italnert the tly but the wise saleilady
'uld Mm: "I'm orry lr but I can't clve
you snot' sr bun but If you return the
v I'll rive you u currant for It"
W '"K Si.
' ilipji 1 1 ii iji inn iTirrfwifiMrffTii'
Not exceeding C Lines 3 Days 25c
Have you Found or do you Want
Find Buy or Sell Something?
MEN WANTEDXQU1CKLY by
big Chicago mail order houso
to distribute catalogues ad
vertiso oto. S25. a weok SCO.
oxponeo allowanoo first month.
No oxporienoo roquirod. Qlobo
Aeaooiation 500 Wabash
Bldg. Chicago. 213 d6t
F. J Callahan has the
most complete line fo
Cook Stoves and heaters
ever brought to Anadarko.
It will pay you to see his
line before purchasing
your fall and winter
goods. 197 dtf
I have recently been employed as foreman of
the Laundry department of the Anadarko
Ice and Laundry Co. and shall make every
effort to please our patrons.
We are now fully equipped to do Steam
Cleaning and Pressing Ladiea's Skirts and
Men's clothing in paiticular.
We make a specialty of family washings
and agree to return everything but the dirt.
If our work pleases you tell your friends;
if it is not satisfactory tell us and we will
do it over Free of charge.
W. R. DANIEL.
Afresh Tender Juicy Meats
Pare Clean Groceries
The Best the Market Affords AtlVays in Stock
Prompt Delivery Prices Right
HARD Y & ALDRICH N8
HAMMERT & AYRES
Staple a.nd F&ncy Groceries
FUESH MEATS SAVSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fish in Season. Fresh Vegetables etc.
j C Street & 6th
Key's FlUIng Memorial.
Every diiy la tho y . an American
flag floats over a i:ivo ia a conc-
tory nt Frcdorlck Md. Tho flag Is r-ncv.-od
ovcry Memorial day. Iu that
trravo rests tho .body of Francis Scott
Koy. Although his motrory ha3 been
honorod In monument ot grantto and
BtAtucB of bronze v.hitt moro fitting
memorial than Old Glory forever wa-
Ting over tho last rostlm; place of him
who wroto "Tho Star-Spanglea Ban-
ner?" Good Work of Electric Clock.
Tho world's best tlmekeoper Is said
to bo tho electric clock In tho base-
ment of the IJerlln obsorvatory
which was Installed by I'rof. Kor-tor
tn 18GS. It is inclosed in an alr-tlght
glass cylinder and has frequently run
.tor periods of two or throo montli3
with an average dally deviation of
only fifteen-thousandths ot a second
Blow to Medlijal Theory.
Tho theory that tho germs of tuber-
culosis get into tho human system
chiefly through tho nioJIum of cow's
mill; la discounted 1 1 Japan whore
such mill; Is practically unknown
while tho mortality from tuberculosis
Is nevertheless very great being In
Tokyo about one-fifth of tho total
number of dcatns.
Tho Motor Horn.
In Holland tho horn as n warning
signal is resorved exclusively for tho
use of motorists.
5000000 In Hospitals.
Hospital nulhoritles have to face
ficts a3 thoy are and tho result has
been that during tho last 10 or 15
years tho managers of nearly every
great metropolitan hospital have had
to face tho question of rebuilding and
to provido enormous funds which col-
lectively will bo round to amount to
probably flvo millions of monoy to
defray tho cost of this work alone.
Ono Week without change 40c.
to "I TRY A.
Then Democrat Want cid
Two dining room girls at onco.
Southern Hotel Anadarko
Okla. 210 3t
R. K. ROBINSON
Practico in tho Statoanu;Fcderal Courts
and beforo tho Departments of the
NOTARY 1 N OFFICE.
A square doal on grooorios
and prompt dolivery. Anadarko
Grooery Co. Phono 50. 210 tf
Heinz piokles Ketchup ohow
chow Anadarko Grooery Co.
Phono 50. 210 tf
Phone No. 84.
J. N. Kiaor who ia soiling tho
now town of Steoker oamo home
this morning to spend Sunday.
Now State and Louie oannod
goods are the beat; ohoaper
gradeB if you will. Anadarko
Grooery Co. Phone 50. 210 tf
Mrs. Nannie Smith who has
been visiting hor sister Mrs. W
E Gorgas the past month re-
turned tu her home in Chillioothe
Texas this morning
Tho ladies of tho M. E. Churoh
were roally entertained Friday
ovoning by Mesdamoa Riohey
Milts Watson and MoKnight at
tho home of Mrs. R. R. Mo
Knight. The contest a mystio
affair was nicoly presented and
afforded muob amusement Re-
freshments of ooffee and oake
were served. This was the lurg-
ost attendance of the Beason and
several new members wero on
Ideals aro like stars you will not
succeed In touching thorn with your
hands but llko tho seafaring man on
tho deserts of waters you chooso
them as your guides and following
them you reach your destiny. Carl
South African Mirage.
A curious mirago reported by Dr.
C. G. Knott was soen in South Africa
by members of a cadot corps. Wttb
tho town of Worcester bahlnd thorn
they saw about four miles off appar-
ently on tho othur sldo ot tho river
a rocognlzablo lmaso of tho town tfc
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