The Elmore Democrat (Elmore, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 1, 1908 Page: 4 of 4

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Elmore Deinocrnt.
$1.00 l’cr Year Cash 10 Advaoce.
Tom C. Kiklds, Pi'BMsh*i».
rilULlSlIXO KVBBV TU0B»1>*Y.
Hon John M Stanley will ud-
I dress lbe Bryan-Kern- llaskell Club
at Elmore Saturday evening Oil. 3,
2:80. Everybody invited.
>pori«ions of i
*iarch 3d, 187*3.
Act of Congress
UEMOCHATIC TICKET,
For President—
WILLIAM JENMNG8 HBVAN
For Vice President—
JOHN W. KERN.
For Congsoaa:
Seoy i
pKHiita
'$'or Repreeentulive:
j. J. Hotenhenry
Hob Wallace
HURRAH Fob Haskbu.! —Sbe
Jouab to Republicanism.
Ml. Ilisgeu I* the
Mr Heamia Hie party.
Tbe latest Jurisprudence in stakes,
wanabip—President R-usevelt v*.
Charley Haskell.
Roosevelt says Bryau'a election
insures a pauio. We km w the pres
Old papers 20 cents for one hun-
dred at the Democrat office.
Uncle Tom Pop*'Jov of Katie en I
loved the democratic feast Friday.
.1 It Cagle an undeniable demo- j
oral of Antioch, feasted on political j
truths Friday.
I County Chairman Shackleford is !
leaving nothing undone to prove his I
loyalty to democracy.
Mr. J F. MoCanla oi Newport,
Carter County, wn« a guest of relu- i
j tivoa.here fast Tluiraday.
John W. Cooper, one c»S Wynne j
t woods most prominent huaiueas wen, !
| was iu this city yesterday.
i Win McCarty and W. H. Boo fori I (
| of Rolierson, attended .the speukiug j
j Friday at this place.
Miss Can'll' Ou-naltuw ill us aucep- 1
,| ted a position iu oirt -cit.v scliool and -;
candidate and | ^ w|wr8e of tUe 4uuc\u ttuj fifth j
gra les.
K, B. Dendv of uear MoCunty was j
in town Monday to put his children
in school, and said >V.e Uiuugbt the
fros. thmda-'night would be an ad.,
vantage to cotton.
September 2Tth is rutlior.early for
float In Unrein county, .but Monday
ai|HU»C3 H JIUISAV-. •> • "V 1 Oi vw„.. V . , —*
ideal was pauiokey when he Jtimped , m„injog old Jack was bore
on Haskell.
House to elect his successor!1
We believe in going our length,
*11 the time—Saturday at i oolock : ...................... _
we oruani'ie a Bryan-Kern.Haskell i months visit to Groor OuotV
Club. Democrat* got busy.
“Jdm.
j me (Mi the <*pf»l ’’ No <t:i>mage ami
j possibly ui.»i mi vantage la cjtlan.
What other pwiideot of lUellni-j John K CU iuouh, *n ol<l resident
4»m1 State* ever undertook to run a Gf ft I more, but now luih^ at Sureete*
militieal cauipaji/n from tbe White j Qkla , ha* been litre for the |)»*Uen
• ** ' day* making arrangements Vo move
back >to his old range
Mr. 1>. is. Grug&n and children
returned last >|£gk from a two
„.........sit to «(4rtH)r € untv
report* splended crops in that port
ion of the state.
They can accuse our Charley of j juetice of tbe •K*uoe Outin held
beiug an oil monger. meanly politi j court at Foeter Wednesday whprein
lion or what you may—but he is j Hee Womack was acquitted 4>f ttie
shout to prove our President the ohsTgeol' gming. .....I Tom Gibson
1 . wssfound guilty of earn lug weapon,
corresponding secretary of unefiam j t;llar|ey Ingram, attorney.
Assuming 'bat Haskell was u wolf; Mr, H. VY. Mullis one of the most
,u slice’s clothing lift got into the] pmsievsive farmers in tbe Katie
# u. tin* I neighborhood was lw?re \tste'<lay
Democratic) fwld, he ou ® l supplying our ciliaeus with asvoot
there ar** *o many wolves in the He. , p0lat0eg n,at were very hue*
publican party that there u.io »»t ^ ( H Terry Ug9 Tbe
Deinocrut sent to his two brut hers at
ANNOfJNCE/nENT!
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On ueeount of the aide walk and atiuet kcung ‘blooked next io us fpr she ipaal €ve months by the
erection of the 1'irst National Bank 'building, making it somewhat diflloult to teach our place of husineau.
W* leave held back our Fall Rusehase. W.e wish to atate to our friends and .patrons that thU walk la now
opou ibd we have received a greater .paal of our KBW f7AL£< (JOGOS,
In vlie futur*. as iu the past ibe Watchword of tV»s Storo wHl t>e ‘^usliiy” ai d wc will aVways endeavor
to give you IliUHKST (JUALJTY- NHUICHAKMM *ttb© •LOWEST TOSSliBUi rpHICK. Having our
buyer Mr. M. M. Uubin io tin market at all •.limes auaUea us >to keep up with the reasons lutewt styles and
own ouv goovD obeaper ibun our co\ppvtitors buy thuis. We welcome you Vo 'Ctfil and inspect our Sew
High Grade {does of Fall Dry Uood*, Clothing. Shoes, ladies and Conte Furnishings. Whether you
eaio to purohaac or not, w» want you to see our goo<|g and get cur prices. We are confident we can sell
you belter gooju for leas .money tha$u aoyatose io stiarvin 'County. Snlosr j§«» »part*isl liat»of *weH knowa
lines of gooda v-x* aell.
Kuppenheimer Clot'hina.
Adler G-loves forKieia.
John B. Stetson and Gimhel Hats.
Edwin Ciapp and Walk-Over, Men's Fine Shoes.
American Lady Oorsets.
Irving Drew Ladies and childrans Fine Shoes,
Topsy Hosiery,
Standard Patterns.
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GUBIN DR Y HOODS GO.
T. P, Howell, Prcaideut.
Noaii Lael, Vice Preitdent.
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John D. Dougherty, Cashier
J . A ],a whence, Asst. Cashier.
Th€ P'fst Rational Barlk
of Wyiniewood., OUla,
Capital $50,000 Surplus $50,000
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PufB Fresh Drugs—
THE PUKE FOOD LAW ENABLES US TO HANDLE
ONLY THE PUREST DRUGS. PRESCRIPIONS
0AKFULLY COMPOUNDED JS OUR PRIDE . . •
FINE CANDIES, CIGARS TOILET ARIOLES,SCHOOL
BOOKS, PAPER, PALIS, IN'KS, EC.
DR. J, K. LINDSEY, Proprietor.
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OKLAHOMA.
First State Bank
OK J&LMOREk Q8LA9IOMA.
tMiough sheep hide* to cover them.
kiiougu Democrat sent to his two brothers at
f all the officer* and manager* ot j ga„8H|)at Xecaa, and we meekly *ug.
i - . ------- .~i.~ i>u.i ho»n R«rv » g€gt that all Klmoreite* who believe
I in pushing Kltnore ami advancing <
Taft’8 campaign wlio had been*erv.
t|rc Standard Oil and kindred trust*
BTr Standard un anu l .......... 7........... •••«
vere ealle.i out, the Taft bea^uar- 1^,.^
lera would be as empty aa a robbed
grave.
The Hepubliuan party is n party of
the trusts. The Republican party
created trusts by establishing the
robber isritf. Irul uiouov runs the
inaehleery of the Kepiitilieaa parly,
unit the trusts will do business in the
United Slates, in violation of the |
law, as long us the administration of j
the ia in the Hands of the republican
patty, soil the truats will never !«• |
swept Hum power until the RepuWi-
cau party is swept from power.
aud encuurnging your homo paper
should do likewise.
J. D. Seaton nnd lien Kiiw her Imve
purchased one of the latest improved
well dri;l* on tlk- market uii t arc
now at work with it on the (Jibsoii
farm it only require* one team
and two in u to operate the uiaehiue
and the gearing of the machine ex-
pedites tlwr* work.
Report of the CondiDon of
TMH FIRST 5TATE BANK
At KI more, iu the Slate of Ok la
homa, at the Close of iiuaiueas
September 23, J9G8
Hetourcetw
ANIIGCH.
The Wemocrat man hn<l 'tire pleas
ure of visktin® Antioch Saturday anil i
listeneil to one of tbe beat, most logi. j
cal and cou»«rvnlive political epeecb |
e« we have ilmaril during tte present |
campaign. Tbe apeeoh wee free of J
personalities and dealt with the two i
national platform* eaejoeivefy. Tfce
spokesman was noire other than couu. |
ty Judge, W. B M Mitchell, and
his words were aoeepted hv n large j
crowd eT hearers who heartily ap-
proved all lie said, ar.d we heard sev-
eral republican’s ■comp+imeM Mv
Mitchell’s conserwatissn, a-nd they
seem to have deviated from the usuai
republican rule of condemnation and
Hurt weigh the true meaning of the
two political platforms for what they
are worth.
A Bryan-Kern (dub was organised , ________
with a large club roll, and J. H. Ca.
ule made president and (L. M. Adams 1' O I 1 f) 1 —
secretary. They propose making *
their club liro strong.
A <jt)namodiou« church house i*
being erected by tbedirifitiau con-
It is to Your Interest
Ws desire to express to you our thanks f«zr past
patronage. 'Cur busiae«s today is thjpee timea laiv-
ger them it was one year ago.
Conservative management togssther yith several
wealty stockholders and also sur Deposits being
.guaranteed by a State Guarantee Fund, we anmemnee
we are here to st&7, and to do our part .in the up-
building <of Garvin County.
J. P. GiUSON. PlIKlirDENT.
We cau only speak for this por-
tion of Garvin coanty, sad white j U40< 9ad 9|lM.uu<lls
•very place that needs bridging is ] 0vtfnlraf(g,
not bridged, yet oar cititan.hip seem #|ld u„9eeure((
to he thoroughly conversant with \ (tallkinjj Jl0UM, ,uk1 |ul
the conditions of affairs and anatu- pMruUure al)^ Hxtures
■«« aslisfaouoa we often bear ex- ] (ri)ni |WHg8
pressi*d of onr county etwimtsnouers j la |,H«ik
and thei. work. We don’t know
what Uncle Jet GaHben is doing on ! Total
the east side, kst Parks .nil IL* Liabilities
are rustling tilings in iheir re*|**ot- J ----....
lee districts
«li rtl« 70
368 80
600 (Hi
;ts; so
8 071 lti
300 .81
$20 SIS (K1
Cap tal stk. pd. iu $10 000 00
, Undivldi'l profits, less
Some of our readers may "'ink .xj*,,** aud Uapd
we should devote more space to local tK.pualra
Intertt, hut Octotwr is the month | r,Mvk
Cashier’s cheok« out
stuidmg
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that every loyal American citir.cn
should devote 11 his country. It is
the month thai the oppressive hand
of the trusts, corporations and even
the President of the United Slates
must be ooerced. It is the month
that tbe people must rule and not
allow those individuals who are
guided by the oppressive powers of
monopolies, greed and selfishness be
yoor dictators. It is the month for j and belief, so help me Go t.
democratic success, for under the ! W. A. Grisham,
administration of the democratic j Cashier,
platform only can America be free. Subscribed and sworn to before
und the rich and the poor enjoy the ,ne, this 29th day of Sept.. 1008.
Total
Slate of Oklahoma I
County of Garvin t 8S
|, VV. A. Grisham cashier of the
above named bank, e.o solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge
gregation.
.Mr. W. A. Smith has recently
oped a nice stock of drugs at Anti- .
oidi. Mr. Kuiilh i« a very affable •
gentleman and iu doing a nice busi- j
ness.
A petition has been presented to (
the proper authorities recommend.]
ina the appointment of 4. S. Miller,
as Justice of the Peace, ut Antioch.
New Well Drill.
H in need ot n well drop Seaton A
Fincher uoard at Elmor. New outfit 1
Satisfaction Guaranteed, dl.
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A beautiful assortment of new
ginghams at Grundy & Cochran’s.
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HEAR THE LECTURE.
prof. W K. Kent, principal of
Elmore school will deliver a lecture
at the school house on Tuesday even-
ing Oct . 6, at 8 o'clock, on "The
Inhabit ability of the Planets.’' The
ProfTessor has made a life study of
llus subject and yon wdll be highly
entertained to hear hint. Ihc pro-
ceeds are to go t" repairing the col-
lege building. —Admisson 10 and 25c \
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The plea is being made that Den-
nis Flvnn must be sent to Senate be
cauae he was a pioneer in Oklahoma.
Yes, Dennis was a pioneer Prom
the beat information obtainable he
was actually tbe first man to cross
the lli.o with a lederal commission in
his pocket.—Purcell Register.
If pioneer's are to be awarded
many are the "soonetV in old Ok-
lahoma who arc standing with gasp-
ed mouths awiaiting the roll call.
School Books^
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We are prepared to Furnish llio New
Stale Adopted School Hooks, in any quantity.
TO TRADE WHERE YOU CAN SECURE GOOD GOODS
THE CH E A REST. WE ARE BETTER PR PARED THAN
EVER BEFUUKTO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS AND WANTS
Eonifield J Sliding
General Merchandise.
UlJcv^ltd. «, Ahe you THINKING OF
BUYING A NEW WATCH
THIS FALL? IF SO, YOU
HAVE THE OPPORTUN-
||1{ [TV TO SELECT FROM THE
BEST STOCK IN GARVIN
COUNTY..................
i : Clocks, Chains. Fobs, Fraternal Pins and Buttons, Rings, Brace-
lets, Necklaces, Spectacles ami many other things to
eniteverybody. The prices are right.
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t„ , umnPi EP. «. B, ALLEN,-Uwyer. ♦
Notary Public.
! «. J. WHBE1.6R,
Surveyor
We wit! take yonr eld book is exchange
for One. Half Payment of the new boos,
C. P. BRUCE,
The Live Druggist.
PAULS VALLEY, - OKLAHOMA
Use—S. W. IP.
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(OFf4CS*-Over W, B, Vaughn A Co's. Store.,,
Will
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KFFYtt'f www sew *■*■*'*•«'*'sew •rtf’ ww
Sell v(>lir Land,
Will survey it,
will Loan yon Money on it at the l/otveai Rato of Interest.
Will Insure your Farm Buildings or Stock.
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A Beautiful line of fall and winter goods |
Don't buv until you see us, *
lihei ties alike of this great nation. I
that 's guaranteed to them by our
constitution. It is the month the | ^„rret.i attest:
people must rule, and every man
who has the best interests of his
country at heart will go to the polls
the Uni day of November and there
and then give America her freedom
by casting a vote for those peer's of
our nation, William Jenuings Bryou
and John Wurth Jfcarn,
J, P. Gibson,
Notary Public.
H, A. Bonn field,
T. H. Eskridge.
Team xon Sal* — A good team,
mare and horse, also Wagon ahd Wit-
ness. For terms ser
Ja‘i*d BKNftSTTi
Prof. W. K, Kent leaves Uday
for Oklahoma city to secure some
necessary paraptiannli* for Hi* »«bool
Native Lumber for Sale.
Native lumber, nil sizes, kinds
and dimensions constantly kept on
hand at our saw mill, at river bridge
1 mile west of Wynnewood. We
cut to order wagon and bridge tlm.
bets, wagon and eilttivatcf tongues,
coupling poles, bolsters, doubletrees,
etc., of native bard Wood. Carpen-
ters ate iuVitcd to see Us for KgUfCS
on lumber.
UARG13 A TttttELKKLB.
City olllee wllh W. *' Alletl.
we will buy your Cotton*
, T. H. ESKRIDGE. -
LEOH WITZ.The
Graduated in Europe and
America, and A 8peuiaist to
Tor Myop’ic Eyes,
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LUMBER! L'TTNdIBEIR’-! ^
Handle everything in the Buildirig Line.
Lime, Cement, Iron B'oofing.
Givens acbnnce at your bill, WE WILL SANE YOl MONEY
PIEDMONT SMITHING COAL, Pure Grade, the Big \ cm
Virginia Coal. Low Prices jn Toll Lots.
A. BtlW LUMBER COMPANY
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Lenses
I resbyopic, Hypermetropic
and Astigmatism. b\*n 20
' KAha KXPIRlEst'R, _ Will
test your eyes Free of charge
When in Pauls Valley cal
, and see me —Over Horn's
Store.
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At WvuftBWood
Full h\M Bfttfes ana Druggists Sundri'es-. A cordial
io Pa u Is Val ley" cal I invitatiori is BiiUhWd t& if Slni>re ffiends to tnak«
the “OWL*' their headquhrtere;
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SATISFACTION-,
perFcTion.
ECONOMY.—Is otir motto.
MUlE^WAKTID.
Gibson Bros, nt I'auls Valley will
buy vour good youilg mules. Call
on them at tbdir new ha*i. Also
highest prices paid for fat hogS
Quite ft large number of ladies at-
•Hided the sprakitig ahd sefetii ill
lmVe ak deep interest in political iS-
sues an meil. 1'heV file cordially j
-i. -ft ... a.. .. a. mi - h.I.HlUe
School Books.
YY’e ire Wvmicwood agents for
State School Books, and \ve invite
the readets df ’I’he DelboCrat Io call
oil us for anyting in the School book
line.— Cii*setfiT Drco STdtt*.
Wynhewood. Ollla.
Bee ^r«d Cain for fttm !o»ne.
I CC0C2fftrt81^**Ma******* •X"1 ■«***www *♦ "M FtttfU
the brags house
Transient Trade ft Spevirtlty. ltfttcs, ♦!, 25 pet dft^.
Meals, 39c: A ne8 lifery olltflt in MfaHcctiob.........
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