The Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 120, Ed. 1, Friday, April 24, 1914 Page: 1 of 4
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ANADARKO OKLAHOMA THURSDAY APRIL 2. 19U
Villa Arrives at Juarez Opposite ElPaso With Sev-
eral Train Loads of Troops. Amarican
Troops are Being Rushed From all
Points to El Paso. 14 Killed
20 Wounded in Battle
Cooked Food Sale
ThoLndioB Aid of tho Moth-
odiatohuroh will havo tlioir cook
od foodaalo Saturday April 21th.
at Ecoloston & Cogging
" iMissea Ruby Ruasoll and Allio
Woiat of Lawton aro apondingtho
wook with Miss Robo Tilloy
O'Shaughnessy Handed His Pass-
port. Algara Recalled From
Chiohuahua April 23. Carran.a aaid futuro oourao would bo
guidod by Amorioan reply to demand mado on thorn to withdraw
troopa from Vora Oruz. Ho gavo his plodgo if war wbb declarod all
Araorioana in Constitutional Territory would bo oaoortod aafoly to
Larodo Toxbb April 23. Moxican Military Commander a
Unoralordo notifiod remaining aolaiorB voluntoora to exacuato town
immodiatelfl intrain for Saltjlo. CitizonB adviaed to abandon town.
Vera Cruz April 23. Rcportod Moxioans burnod Baoas Dolrio
bridgo only 12 railoa from horo. Amorioan Marines atoadily advancing
out posts into Southwestern part of oityjwhoro jyioxioana appear belli
gront. It has boon found iuiposaiblo to bury dead ao tho bodies aro
Vora Oruz April 23.-Aftor brisk figliting today all of Vera
Crvr. iflnnur m hnrula of Americans. 14 Americans dead and 30
injured. Moxicans getting ready forattaok is roportod.
Juaroz April 23. Gonoral Villa arrived thisaftornoon with flay-
oral troop trains.
ElPaso April 23. American troopa gathoring horo from other
parte of Texas.
Juaroz April 23. Villa aaid war with tho United Statoa iB un-
warranted. Ho Bays Moxioo has troubles of hor own and Mexioo oan
sottle them if crivon timo. I do not want war and I am suro our peoplo
do not want war. I oamo horo to oxtond to tho (Jnitod Statoa our
. hand of friendship.
Washington D. 0. April 23. Soorotary Bryan offioially an-
nounced that French and Brazilian Consuls will act for Unitod States
in Mexico aa soon as Amorioan Consuls aro ordorod out.
Oklahoma City April 23. Tho atato milita is in motion horo
tonight not known whht orders thoy havo reooived. 1200 horaoa have
boon ordorod from Ft. Reno.
Waahington April 23. Tonight tho war department ordorod
threo rogimonts of artilory to join Gen. Bliaa at San Antonio.
Vora Cruz Aprrl 23 Gon. Blanquet is roportod to bo on his way
from Moxioo City with reinforenments and will join Gonoral Maas
who has ostabhahed his camp oight milos west of Vora Oruz and
Gon. Blanquot is oxpootod to attaok tho United Statoa forcoa now
Now York April 23. Brooklyn Navy yard put on war basis to-
day. All omployoos and attaohos havo boon notitiod that boginning
tonight thoy would bo admitted only aftor giving oountoraign. It is
Utulorstoou luai siramar actions mivu uunu iukuu hi iui uuvhi uuuiuuo.
This has only boon dono twioo boforo. In 61 and 93.
I2n. l?.nnonicitn Ani.il 91 Arlinlnnf "Onnnrnl KYirlinn linn rftooiv.
.! n tnlmrrnm frnin tlin Sin ninrm nnllon rtonnrtmont. savinc? that tLo
Moxioana are trying to poison tho San Diogo wator Biipply.
Washincton. April 23. Fivo killod twenty-Gvo woundod in to.
days battle at Vora Ornz.
ElPaso April 23 Word just rocoivod horo that tho 9th. Cavalry
from Douglas 17th. infantry at Eagle PasB ordorod to JMl'aao. Ar-
tillory at Ft Bliss has boon ordorod to ElPaso loth. CaAalry will oo-
oupy main plaza tonight
Villa is in consultation with his oificors and a numbor of Ameri-
ians this afternoon roportod four Amoricana killod on bordor.
Washington D. 0. April 23. At 9 o'olook tonignt the 'War ' opart-
mont ordorod throo regimonta of Artijlory to join General Bliaa at
onco at San Diogo. A brigade of jArtillory wnB ordorod from GalvoBton
to support tho Navy at Vora Oruz. Army Brigade foroo will consist
of 3 Rogimonts with boo mon ch auothor transport in addition to
tho four now at Galveston will bo nocoossary to movo troops.
Vera Cruo. April 2JJ A mossago from Moxioo City says the
lAraonoaus thoro aro in groat peril. Mobs aro forming and attaoks
laro oxpootod. Uccassional sniping shots from houso to lionso oon-
Fort Worth. Anril 23. Armv nfiicora nt San Antonio. El Pano.
Galveston havo boon notified by officials at Washington that tho
Lhimnont of arms into Mexico has boon prohibited and railroads
lhavo boon notifiod that tho oinbargo has Doon roplaccd
Morinn Pifv. Anrll 9H. f nv5rnn Rnlrlinrn urn frnnrrlinrr Amnri.
ban Embassy and havo seized all arms and ammunition stored in tho
Uinuassy iorproiuuiiou ui viuuriouuB uxpiuwuug mm iuu jiruHuucu
U troops iimiiu iirma unuuuuuBuury.
Mexico City April 23. Huorta'a noto to all foroicm nations
iritioizimr Americans aoti.us in soizinc Vora Cruz has boon flnub-
linhed and savB it caused profound indignation in all Mexioan oitios.
iMIo saya thoy havo violated International Code and by landing Marinos
'Ltinn i n u'nr nliira Vind miierod linrhor on frinndlv fnntinrr in vori
GalvoBton April 23. News was roooivod horo today that Fodor
als and Constitutionals at Tampico joinod foroeB Sunday to rosis
inuuing ui A.iiiunuuu murines.
Washington D. 0. April 23. Moxican Oliargo Algara noti
Bryan at noon that ho had boon recalled. Such notion usually is
lowod by a dookiration of wai.
Amoricans proparing to soizo railroad from Vora Uruz to Moxio
Iluorta handa O'Shoughnosay hia pass port.
Embargo on armB on border is rooatabliahed. J
Torpedo Flattilla arrivoa at Tampioo.
Wilson proparing statomont of his policy.
Houso passod half million roliof funds for reliof in Mexioo.
California Militia patrol Border.
Vora Druz April 23. Martial law proclaimed this nftornoon.
Everything quiot Roportod Fodorals concentrating noar horo and
an attaok oxpootod Boon.
Now York. April 23. Soorot orders issuod by War Department
to adjutant gonorals all statoB mobilizing National Guards for sor-
vioo immediately this loomed on high authority who says call for
quartor million volunteors bo iesuod.
Tho Opora Houso wbb furnish
ed by tho business mon of tho
oity for tho exibition givon by
tho Indian ohildron Thursday
night. A. H. Millor circulated a
potition amoncr tho buiinoss mon
and rcisod tho amount as a cour-
toay to tno Indian children and
il.: i i
Most oxquisito art portroyals ov
orjahown 12 boautiful art pictures.
This latost edition of our colo-
bratod Art Pannols far oxcells any
wo havo ovor publishod and whon
wo doBoribo thorn aa raro and fasoi.
natiugart beauty studios wo aro
oxpreasing it mildly. Thoso Art
Posos aro by famous Fronoh and
other artists. To lovors of Art wo
say thoBo portrayals must bo soon
to bo approoiatod. Finishod by tho
celebrated Phototono prooess on
hoavy art paper boautifully hand
colored and lifo liko. Sizo 7xl0
FREE. Sond iri your ordor at
onco and wo will aoud you abso-
lutoly froo ono largo picture sizo
15x18 colorod and roady for fram
ing. This boautiful iudosoribable
pioturo rotailcs at from S2.00 to
$3.00. Just tho thing for your
don. Ordor now. Todav.
Wo will soil tho entiro sot all
dilToront postpaid for only 1.25
coin or monoy order and romom
bor our standing guarantee "of
"money baok if not satisfied"
holds good. Oodor now. TODAY.
Dayton Art Portrayal Oo.
Dayton Ohio No.M
Sun ProofjWondor and Almota
Stoam Wttsherforjsalo by J. 0
Stolznor & Son.
Acma Knpid.Firo Battorys.
0. Stolznoi &Son.
Hair Goods . . .
2 doors west A. B. C. store iu3U3illC bHllltl S
Also carry a beauti ful lino of the Jt
2S Buckley Dress Goods Samples. t
Tho Commoroial Club odioials
IinVn firrntirrnrl n mmtlitu nl Mn.
--...w u "huU lilUUkllli: fb rviict
darko Saturday botwoon tho Rook
I nlniil m2nln .. .1 ll. i !
nronositlL' to hllild n full ainil llril
class Compros8 to employ 20 to
Mr. Coloman Schwartz and
Miss Augusto A. Roh of Wash.:
inglon D. 0. wore married on
April 23 at 8 a. iu. at tho homo
of Ohas. Mullor on Wost Main
St. Father Isadora Rioklin ofli-;
They will mako tlioir homo on
Mr. Schwnrtz'a 'farm two milotr
from Hinton Okln.
Wi llll 1 1 W I I H HlllllHlW W'H HUH
I Broadway I
Monday April 27
Will open its doors at 2 p. m. for
Matinee and run continuously every
day for the Ladies and Children who
cannot come at night.
And whon tho ladioa como down town to do thoir
shopping thoy oan apond ono hour roating and onjoy
Tho Broadway is in an idoal location oonvoniont to
all. It will bo woll vontilatod and oloan and tho boat of
ordor bo kept.
Romombor you can alwayB boo a good show at tho
Broadway ovory aftornoon. Universal Sorvico will bo
usod and you must romomber Luoilo Lovo tho Girl of
Miatery which you read ao much about in tho Oklahoma
Wo approoiato tho boosts you havo givon ua for n
modern equippod ahow in Anadarko. Wo do not oxpoo
all of tho buainoas but wo will approoiato and ainooroly
trust that wo will be favorod with a part of the patronage
of tho Pioturo Show loving public
And wo hopo whoa tho country pooplo como to our
oity that thev moy havo a few minutes to spond with ub.
On Thursday of oach woek wo will huro egg mati-
noo for tho bonefit of all childron up to 12 yoars of ago
one ogg will pass you in tho liroadway.
Booster woqk will start Monday. Don't forgetjit.
! Pioneer Drug Store
Is Located 4 doors west
and are carrying a fullline of
Paints Varnishes and Glass
House Cleaning: . w and we re
. . - SLIookinjr for you in to
makeyourBolootion of wall puper and othor nooossitloa.
Our wall paper liuo is complete plain and figured oat
moala with fanoy out out bordors varnish tilo striped
and figuiod'dosigns Jin ?faot a good assortment of 'all
kinds. Also oan rocommond good ronponsibloworkin3n
do yoarwork. 2 JZ!
We bought' this wall paper at alow fig-
ure and will give vou the benefit of it.
Complete Line oljrugs and Patent Medicine
Karl Douglass Drug Go.
t blo troHoh( r .
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The Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 120, Ed. 1, Friday, April 24, 1914, newspaper, April 24, 1914; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81681/m1/1/: accessed September 26, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.