Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 235, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 9, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT
Published EveryjEvening' Except Sunday
' PAUL NESBITT. ) iriiiora & t SGeB
PAUL NESBITT EDITOR
0. A. ItElNMILLER MANAGER
T SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Delivered By Carrier lOc Per Weak
By Mail Payable in Advance $-1.00 Per Year
LET THE PEOPLE RULE
Well; its happened. IKiks like the u aiocrnts
In Caddo J comity were very liberal with the
scrateher and republicans will fill some of the of
fices. Ju.sl what the final returns will say cannot
at this time bo determined. It is safe to say how-
uvor that the sheriff and county judge will be re
publicans and probably Jtwo or three other of-J
The DEMOCRAT! naturally was anxious to
8oe theldomocralic ticket win and win all its can-
didates hut If the people say diirerently.of course
there is nothing to do but say "Let the People
Rule." Above1 all things good citizens want good
government and every loyal citizen will do what
lie can to promote good government.
In the state the democratic ticket has won
Tjut by not as large majorities as was expected.
The vicious fight that has been waged against the
administration the general feeling of dissatisfac-
tion over the difficulties that a first administration
has to contend with in starting off a new govern
ment has had its effects.
The fact that half of this state has just had
its first experience with government and cannot
high cost of living-has been charged up to the re
publican administration and the people want to
try a change. Slates that have not gone democratic
for many years have swung into the democratic
column and it looks like the national house of re
preventatives will be democratic
With those conditions there is a good chance
for the success of the democrats in the national
elections two years hence. The Taft administration
has not been a successful one and there seems to
be no verv great chance that there will be im
Whatever the results may he it is now up to
the people to make the best of conditions and work
for the betterment of government Not always do
election results suit ouv views but what the peo-
ple say is the law and as good citizens we accept
the results cheerfully.
RESULT OF QUARREL
Democrats of Caddo county went into this
campaign with a grudge against other democrats.
As a result they will have the comfort of reflect
ing on the loss of part of the ticket during the
next two years. There is little consolation in such
reflection although there may be some consolation
in having defeated some democratic enemy.
It is hoped that this will teach the democrats
of Caddo county the needed lesson of party unity.
A political party is greater than individual feelings
and the success of democracy in this county is
needed in the development of the work to bo done.
From all indications there will be sent one
republican representative to the legislature and
for what? To sit around with the minority and
grumble at everything the majority does. Not a
thing can be done for Caddo county by republican!
Second Hand Clothing
II P. Cruse the second hand
clothing man has moved from tho
Southorn Hotel Building to 117 F t
Mhin street. Ho buys and srll
second hand clothing. Phone 314
4 d & w 1 in
G. F. Bryan
Insurance and Rentals
City Real Estate and
Over First State Bank
i 147 i' "It !?Wift..lAJiiS?H f- L - A TireA'rt5i3'"l -T
This is not said to denounce democrats - it is
understand what it means to pay taxes and bear a plain statement of a plain fact There are demo-
its burden of government has brought about a cratic voles enough in Caddo county to elect demo-
great amount of dissatisfaction and any adminis-cratic representatives and for the good of the
tration or party would Jiave the same difficulties." C0Unty it should have been done. Of course exper-
S Nationally there has been a landslide for demo- ience j3 the best teacher and by another election
aracy. The conditions of the past few years the ihings will bo in better condition.
One hundred pounds is7equal to I
one hundred andfiftyJJ pound?
Don't Feed the Old Cow
Dirty Trashy Seed
And Everything is Baked Good
r this lilhf tiakinc powder that "makes the bakinc better." it le.-tvent
the food eienly throughout; puffs it up to airy lightness makes it
ueugntiuily appetizing and wholesome.
Dependability Purity and Economy
T -' r e Ug Qualities have made Calumet tlio SUnJard In miltlom
ol mc3 I
Rc-tmbcr Cil i.uet Is moderate in price highest In aualitrJ
v . . - . . r . .. in. i. i ....-
.. i : in'n. iuiuxs iv viin me iicauuimuiKfuI JCioua
or me ii:u price irusi uranus.
A&k your grocer for Cnltimet. Don t
tane a suostliuie.
? OFFESSIONALS I
(Sixloun Year Active Practice.)
Will practice in all courU of record
Satisfaction guaranteed. Will also
make the best real estate loans
offered in tlte count.
WBST Ol' l O. Overllaminonil a Store
J. H. Westphal
THE PLUMBER AND TINNER
Tanks Pumps and Wind Mills
AH kinds of metal work and repairing done
yM.; PLUM. Z
Jan land Chattel jCoans
" In National Bank Ouililing
Mrs. W. E. White.'Prop.
Building has been thoroughly
cleaned and refurniseed. Best
food the market affords. Rates
SI. and 81.25 per day.
SM.3V -: vVN VJ
Dr. C. P. Warner V. S.
TnccU successfully alt diseases of domestic
animals. Surgical operations a specialty
calls promptly answered day or night.
OMite ut HITE'SfBARN.
Office 'I'liohe 4. Residence 'Phone 18S
Wanted A Rlrl or woman to do Ren
oral houBowork for small family. Ap-
ply to Mm Henry Do Ford
For Kent Two rooms furnished
'or rhouskeopiti to responsible
people. Apply to Mrs. Jesso Wester
Southoast cornor Gth and South Boun-
dary. .14 tf
CIV III B Q Mhsk M . Hh M wui tttmm w
m-r- uuicn pseeo
COUGHS AND COLDS
AND ALL TROUBLES OF
THROAT AND LUNGS
PROMPT USE VILL OFTEN PREVENT
PNEUMONIA AND CONSU M PTION
PRICE 50c and $1.00 SOLO AND GUARANTEED BY
Has no dirt in it is a balance
feed. Phone your feed man or
come to j
MORGAN'S VOTE CONDEMNSFARM
AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS.
Appropriation had been mads In the
8ur.dry Civil Appropriation Bill for the
purpose of assisting In tho enforce-
ment of tho provisions of the Sherman
Anti-trust law. On June 21 1910 Con-
gressman Hughes of New Jersey of.
fered the following amendment to-
wit: "Provided further that no part
of this money shall be spent In the
prosecution of any organization or in
dividual for onterlng Into any combin-
ation or agreement having In view the
Increasing of wages shortening of
hours or bettering the conditions of
labor or for any act done In further-
ance thereof not In Itself unlawful."
Mr. Morgan voted against this amend-
ment and by so doing went on record
as being In favor of prosecuting lab-
oring men and farmers for forming
organizations such as they now have.
Congressional Record Vol. 45 page
1 In KI m V Jt8
dib 9ss JBi iiiiiirT & 1 sOb Wssifid 1
Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers'
Book on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed."
'Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for
search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly.
Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had.full.chargojof
the U. S. Patent Office.
WASHINGTON T. C
The First National Bank
Coadeosed Statement ol its Condition at thejiloio of Business June'30 '10
Lomt soil Diucoants $192576.30
U. S Bonds and Premium... 25750.00
Banking House Furnhule snd Fixture 15.36J.92
CAS AND SIGHT EXCHANGE 184955.22
Torsi $418645 44
'a Unl $ 00000.00
Surplusiml InlerWt. 19826.74
Hru'stton 25 00100
HEP SITS '. 323.8iS7ll
Totsl $4186'. 44
r e sbOTe statement is correct I. E COX
0LDE5T BANK IN CA 1UNTY
APPRJVKD RESERVE AGENTS FOR ' M. STATE B 'K
"I Otliccr Director or Stockholder Owes t Doll ir
The more you eat
I the better your health
ments with athletes
show Quaker Oats
to be the greatest
Fjckrd Id regular tit. packages and la her
acticallr soiled tins (or bol climates. 56
When red rough
unsightly and sore
Can be quickly
healed and greatly -3
improved in ap ywT-
pearancebythe -'J?:- Kriv
.liberal use of
a sissra mmm
The Anadarko State Bank
Capital Surplus and Profits $3250000
Every dollar of the deposits of this bank is" protected
the Guaranty Fund of Oklahoma.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
We extend every courtesy to our patrons consistant with
safe banking principles.
WHY WE ARE SAFE
BECAUSE Wo don't speculate
BECAUSE We demand 0 wide margin
for ail loans.
BECAUSE No offioer oan borrow from
BECAUSE Wo have ample burglar in-
surance and strong safes.
BECAUSE Tho offioors are experienoed
prudent and conservative.
BECAUSE The bank is examined at least
twice a year by its dirootors
and bank examiners.
BECAUSE Wo are nrosporous.
BECAUSE Your confidence and patron-
ago is desired
BECAUSE No matter what your oooupa
tion this bank oan serve you
Ml. L. Mite Pres. Boone D. Hite Cashier.
L. T. IVlcPheeters Assistant Cashier
This is an ideal preparation for
keeping the skin smooth and
white and the complexion fair
It is a fine crcaseless fragrant
A mild harmless bleach which
every woman who values her ap-
pearance should use regularly.
Qet It at any A. D. S. Drag
Da. H. II. WYNNE
Practice limited to diseases of
the eye The fitting of glasses
receives my attention.
ANADARKO FRIDAY NOV. 25 1
Inti no at Either Drug Store
TY prices in all lines of dental work will be in ac
J -"-cordance with the Short Crops. If you are wear
ing artificial teeth that are not satisfactory Dr. Black
wishes to assure you that he can
Make Teeth That You Can Wear
and use and that will please you. Dr Black does all
kind of Dental work. You can now have any dental
work done here that you can have done in any of the
larger cities of the North or East. Dr Black has one
of the best modern modernly equipped offices in the
Southwest including electric appliances compressed
air attachments and in fact every modern appliance
that can be procured to eliminate pain during .dental
operations. Dr Black
Extracts Teeth Absolutely Without Pain
Special rates on all contracts during the next 80 days.
0. E. Black M. D. D. D. S.
Office Phone 316 Residence Phone 157. Office over
Eccleston & Coggins Furniture Store
iiourd unci Uooris -First oaas meulr
nice rooms with or without hoard
n the Hurtle uuiidmu Wu Main
dif Mrs C Mullor
ltoomB for rent 202 Central lioule
vH across th atreol from ChriKtun
church. 23 d IsT"
We buy novelties in large quantities
and Chn sell much cheaper than otber
storos can. Wo parry a large assort-
ment and can pupply your needs.
f he Won nn'n Home Mission Society
of the M -. Church South will hold
a baisar .-a urrtay Dc 3rd.
tt RKNT- The E. D Williams
m 1-iwi (jkluhoma Ave Sre
nullum 3 tf
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Nesbitt, Paul & Reinmiller, G. A. Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 235, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 9, 1910, newspaper, November 9, 1910; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82434/m1/4/: accessed October 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.