The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 235, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 29, 1908 Page: 2 of 4
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Dietrich Opera House
Proceeds of Its Sale Given to the
Brynn Fund By Sickles
"Siokloa township gavo S00 to
tho Brynn fund; how muoh did
Tho bnnnor oalf won by Siok-
Iob township at tho laBt olootion
lor changing a ropublioan ma-
jority to a domooratio majority
by moro than throo to ono wob
brought to Anadarko by J. E.
Harston Wodnoeday morning
wearing a bannor boaring tho
Tho oalf is now tho property of
B. P. Coopor register of doods
it having boon awardod to him
by tho domoorats of the town-
ship tho fundB raisod by its salo
going to tho Bryan campaign
fund. Tho oalf sold for S50.
Whon tho oalf waB sold Mr.
Harston waB oallod on for a
apcooh and tho spoosh ho mado
was to put a ton dollar bill on
tho tablo and say that ho would
givo that if fivo others would
givo a liko amount to bo addod
to tho Bryan fund The biys
"oallod" Mr. HarBton and as a
rosult a draft was sont to tho
state oommittoo Wodnoeday
morning for tho amount
Tho oalf hao becomo a nutter
of history in Caddo oounty. Won
by Sioklea township it waB talcon
to tho Oklahoma stato fair last
year whoro it won two premium
and now as tho property of Mr
Coopor will bo roady for any ad-
ditional honors that may bo bo-
Btowod on it. Ab a part of thu
bargain in soouring tho oalf Mr.
Coopor sont Congressman Fulton
a draft for $25 as a part of his
campaign fund in tho second
At the mooting in Sioklou
township tho following reso-
lution waB adopted and wired to
Lookoba Okla. Oot. 24 1008
To tho Hon. W. J. Bryan
Pursuant to your oall for moro
"honost 'dollura" to assist you
in your fight for tho people
against tiro moneyod intoroBt of
Wall atreot for tho masses
against tho olasBoeyco tno dom
9orats of SJokleBtowrishify Cad
do county Oklahom.8' vwho wVin
tho bannor at tho last olod'fion. by
changing a ropublioan majority
to a domooratio majority .by mora
than throotu one horeby tender i
for your aoooptanoo tho inoloaad
draft for S90. Mojr our "ty'idowV
Mito" assist you in tthe .attaftt
mont of your principle "et.
tho pooplo' rule" thrqughouhtfyc
union as thoy now do iri. Okla-
homa under tho l&ader8hipf b'f
our matoHleea atateBmun Qoy.
b. N. Haskell. ' .
J. E. Hauston Chm" v
M. L. Sloan t rC&pi ..
Henry Rem J
Siokloa townBhip bad intended
lo use tho funds derived from lh
Balo of tho oalf for the purohaso
of a banner but the loyal deniv
oratH of thnt townfehip decided1
that thoy. would forego that
plousure and donate th fund" to
tho Bo an campaign fund. It
haB now been succoBtod that it
ould bo a graooful thing on tht
part of the county committee t-
givo to tho. township a cortifioato
duly signed by all tho"memborb
Qf i he oorajnlt'eo showing Sick
1;h -ownsiiip to huyo been the
itmi nur tovMit-hip of the ciuniy
W. K. tjullon on ThurfldHy
Nov C.'villsellon hisfarm.on the
.eouthwi'Ht quarter of 0 0 5 in
Jefferson township CO bu. c(rn.
7 houu of horaes 44 head of
hogs 12 head of cattle 25 tono
of hay and a fine lot of farm
implernontH and household ar-
ticles. For full particulars seo
bills. Mr. Cullen also offers hie
farm for salo.
You know a good thing when you
sftft it. and vnnMI rgr it. when von
and look through our large stock
of ready to wear
We are discontinuing
our clothing department
and are sacrificing pro-fits--cutting
close to the
quick-to make sales
Ho place else in Cad-
do County or any sur-
rounding county can
you find such
Bargains in Clothing
as we are offering at
this time. We are de-
termined to clear this
stock out at once and
you'll make dol-
lars by buying of us
Tne Dependable Kind
The Long Wearing Kind
Max Goldman "Co.
Popular Priced . Store
ireat Vast in
Ono NigHt Only
Sorothi( 9ix aaip: The Devil is a play the world has
long waited for and its teachings are what we need.
Gfl0D II1S I f ftMINfl I
Coming Era of Prosperity Pre-
dicted for Oklahoma After
Special to the Democrat.
Oklahoma City Okla. Oot. 28.
"Tho groat stato of Oklahoma
is destined to experience an era of
prosperity unprooedonted in any
sootion of the United States im-
mediately following the national
olootion next Tuesday" Baid
Clark HudBon head of the pub-
licity department- for tho Okla-
homa Federation of Commercial
"The campaign has made ht-
tlo difftronco with Oklahoma's
prosperity but thero is naturally
an amount of tension among
buBinoaa men whioh will bo en-
tirely eliminated after tho election
results are mado known. I for
one shall bo glad when the
olootion ie over. Wo havi hud
entirely too muoh of politics in
Oklahoma. Just think of ill
For pruotioally two yearn we
have had to undergo tho infliction
of domagogucry and political
ohioanery with its attendant cor-
troversial strife. Isn't it ro-
markable that Oklahoma's busi-
ness men have hold up through
it all? Onoo lot ua put un end to
politics for at least a breathing
apaoo and Oklahoma will startle
the world. Tho faot that oho
has done so under tho turmoil of
politioal strife is a splendid in
dioation of what she can do when
those fe'le's have been stricken
'I look for unexampled pros-
perity in all lines of business.
There wlil bo ' moro railroads
built more big enterprises
launched and more capital
brought into this oountry thnn
over before in its hiBtory and all
beoause it lino natural resourocR
not possessed by any other seo
tion of the United States "
Mr. Hudson said that tho Fed-
eration ifl preparing for a splen-
did campaign during the fall.
Chambers of Commeroo are to be
organized in nearly every town
in tho state and an offort made
to band the business men to-
gether for their common good.
It is stated that Carl MoQeo tho
president of 'ho Federated clubs
will take the road after elootion
and that ho will make it hia
personal businesa to organize the
businosa men of evry city and
ton whoro practicable. A
newspaper will probably bo
launched bhortly whioh will bo
isBued weekly and circulated
among the busJneeB men of iho
etate as the organ of tho Fedvr
ation. This publication will be
representative of the business
interests 0 the new state en-
tiroly free from politics and
On The Street
We will demonstrate 20th Century
Saturday October 31
afternoon and evening. It burns soft
coal or slack without smoke or soot.
Also exclusive agents for the Howard
over draft heater.
Complete Combustion warms the
floor comsumes nearly all smoke holds
the fire big saving in fuel also a full
' line of wood and coal heaters steel and
cast ranges wood and coal cooks.
J. C. STELZNER & SON.
i$i ifc 5 ifli tfa 3 i$s
We are showing same very choice
patterns in Watches Jewelry Cut
Glass and Silverware.
You are cordially invited to step in
and see our line and compare our
prices. We test and fit your eyes
with prescription ground lenses to
preserve your evesight longer.
&.$: 'Mitchell fawdrue.
CITY DRUG STORE Anadarko.
fresh Tender Juicy Meats
Pure Clean Groceries
The Best the Market Affords AlTVays in Stcck '
Prompt Delivery - r f rrr . Price RiRnt
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Roberts, A. S. The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 235, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 29, 1908, newspaper, October 29, 1908; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81627/m1/2/: accessed April 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.