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ANADARKO MORNIGN DEMOCRAT
Official Paper of Anadarko
ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA1 MONDAY JULY 17, 1911
Vu3tin Tex-. July 17. -It is
u-i'i.vful for women and children
a well S3 men to loiter within
1 1 fret of a jelling place on
rVction day according to an
, p.nt n rendered by Acting: At
torney Walthall today. Mr- Walt
h ill holds that the sanift law that
applies to inen in this respect
-an also be made to apply to those
ti'A privileged to vote.
Tacoma, Wash., July 17 Sus
p cted of having murdered seven
1 arsons. Archie Oble and wife,
-,t Vash., lait Monday night,
f jr members of the Hill family
" Vlenwald. Ore, aBubtwb'-of
Poland, a month ago, and a lit
t" girl who was flain in a Port
Ian 1 Miring hoiue nearly si
nonths ago. Swan Pearson.
v'i) was arrested yesierdav near
l'u, 'Hup. was removed to Jav to
O-i'vpia by Sheriff tiast"uof
P .n-soii answered all Muestions
vil'mgly. He admits h-was in
U.mtrtU'nig'it of the murder
tnerp. i) r , tys inai niueum
t-' the c i. te wasasl'p m the
; -ot on 'hous' having
h : f t several daya
f rh' H 1 1 ni'irvle'
if Anion aM he saj
Go to l
v jjr Car -
Stelzner Son for
and Tungsten lamps
On- i j me whistle of the
U .j , hoard in the laud.j
Th lot leggera havi ,tbout
1 -! t.mir vocation in Anadarko
i'iiv t fie ofllcon ii"t busy
11 The King orWheat Foods -y-"'?-' ;..
, t. . Si ' , . mv
tl mSafimw , " - a
ail- $&M Sold oply imp .,. . -:'vr: '" V ' (Mi
no rnof To,- NATIONIL BISCUIT COMPANY g
Kills Self and Bridt
San Antonio, Texas. July 17.
After firing a bullet through the
heart of his wife. 18 years old,
a bride uf three months, Charles
R. Campbell aged 21 years, a
musician, turned the pistol on
himself and sent a bullet through
his heart. He fell dead leas than
two feet from the body of his
.Springfield, Mo.. J.ely 17. -A I
i- .. .. i I . i , ... 111B lOrUlinHB Will OH UUIUUVUU. 11
stranger was brought here today I. , , k , , . . ..
. . ..to iliuvii(I tlif th li)tnlint ion
on a charge of attempting to ,t. ,
ffr..i Aah limifa uiifl iwmm ... tail
tempting to attack a little girl.
Tfce prisoner accuser is Jane ."' "" ... uiiw
Ion, the W-year-old daughter' tmni ansfor small ami
ofV. IX Eaton, whose home is' have been found, the largest be-,
near Norwood, 1M0. The girl said , i,l a Hn,,u tor ""'
ehi positvely iduntifiud the
BUB IU9UVtHy lUUUllIlUO nit: limn, i
Eaton and his children weie seat-
.j t.'''i' rvij.. Lkii... -i 'jri. i
u ii uio u riijmj Trianon Hi aui
Grove last i.ight whou he made
the acquaintance of the matu The
girt wanted a drink of water and
the man is alleged to hare olio red
to aooutnpuy her to a well near prQ3eilCe of ,-, 7 year.f)ld daugh.
the station. The father consented tert W. A. Wren, a pioneer citi
1 he gin was brought to the bW- Mn of thjg city t0(ay attacked
ion shortly afterward almost
i ni!ii!'. Htid hur face badlv batter-
,, R T IjttniniolWt editor of
t(ie Agh Univa Common wealth,
iant tier screams ana went to tier ,
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v "' " f
I ill 1't in Lin foi;,ir r,( V.u 1..n,,. '
in l'J to J-ln favor of the homo
gie Mondr.y on a collecting toun
Another alfalfa enp will aon
lie ready to cut and there will b
moisture enough left to i-iake still
nnothe" lfoiy" frost.
Oklahoma City, .lul 17 Tho
sixth forged warrant that hiw been
nrosentuu tor imvment woni .mm
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tho linndn of the state trpnaurer.
Itoherl Dunlop, today. It was for
$1,000 and was presented by
Joseph Willis of (-tuthrie, who
presented for paymont a similar
warrant yesterday. Willis anys
he bought lwth Iho warrants from
W. H. Mo Brine, the former dark
in the Hiulitur's oilice, who is mis
sum. The statu treasurer has i-
i sued a call fur more than a million
(hilars, worth of outstanding wari
" , . ,",
i i .. .1 . .... ..(... i
rv. . w . .
will b.ol. to 830,000 KrW...
I thate thu shortage goes baok futh-
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1 .X 3.ZV OVfiT
COSt Of Living
Tulsa, Okla.. July 17. -In the
his wife with a hatchet, wound
ing her forehead. He then drank
the contents of a hottle of car-
hnlir tA anrl fnt bin t.brnnf;.
JIe Qn (he WRy tQ lws
Mr3, VTsen'H injury-Xfcpot
rieuiz . Wfan is bft favtyi fif-
T. " '- -W -V.-.WW. rr
iluvan niHTn iayfto
1' .., iwui
ablto pay his bil3
oKI.Vf nnu hia Ktllo
Prof. Thofmrn, of the Oklaho-
ma nist.rical Societv. visited the)fJK1 Bl !"
Normal school here and made an
Mrs. B. R. Fitts is h6me
lur visit to ICl leto.
ftaltuoii. III., .July J7 Char.
ieifoutague, who by flic terms
ofVio will, f his father. Joel T.
Metttague will inherit a quarter
of jg million dollars, if ho marries
anohaH a family by the time lje
in f fly years old, has received
fetf) thau l'X) proposals of mar
rlaw from young woman, who say
tbar oiler KvKxl roputations and
.KlMilfJlUtUi money to the piu
'"'PSRyyeara I liave lived with
wilirja wife. " said Mr. Montague.
"tyty some of the proposals are
HdVnirliing I limy reconsider my
ckUB-ini nation to contest the will.
nations July 27-28
e teachers examinations will
k at the High School build
iiuAThiirsday and EridnyJuly
. . ..1 Miss Nettie Dnuiels.
t Unty Superintendent.
Violence is Feared
Jmorset. Ky.,.lulj IT. James
l'rtjA-HJnI Fount Sheltou' who are
cliaJgep tvitji shooting and killing
JubWcq A.7I. Heatty and Constable
W. p. Aonlji in the oourt house at
Buiusidu Ihsi liight, were brought
Jiatliodnyi nud lo.lnu 1 in the loeal
r ..... . a-aW . .
ri'lTbWlontwe faarea moll
.V ' Wmkf9im.-t, '-'-."
The physicians rcjwrt the health
OT im l,e",," '" m wmarnamy
J M4m Winnie James and Eugene
Caution wore married Saturday
j eveung, Judge Hunie'olhciating.
Try a-little a. I iu tho Daily.
More Rains and
Saturday night .d SuttiUy
iiun-ulug tliis aeot'ou wa treatwi
to otiu of those old fashioned oiu
for ting rains. One that oaka
down and wet the roots of pros,
porily. The ground was covered
with a sheet of wqter, that in
many places looked like lakes.
But by ten o'clook in the morning
most of the water had soaked in
prenoiia rfllns d not 3e ftlfetC
all the dry place.
iMnuday evening the douda
rolled rp from the northwest and
gave ua another good, steady raiu,
whioh lasted for several hours.
Next Friday the entire Sunday
echool of Ihu M. K. Ohuroli South
and including aeural who onght
to be luombors., will join into bate
a genuine picnic day.
Tho lwantiful Methvin oanyou
with lib ila dense b4ea. tHefe
ling springs and ferny dells has
been aeluoted as the plari'loapeiid!
the day of retreat ion and enjoy
the linioi,. -
One Umiib4plltary druuk waa all
that showou; ui) in Polico 'ourt
, . . -M.J
. m t r ,
ithrii lib Jnftkfl
llll Wn(r tlinl ft
the water that fell Si
ing. It showed that
was not yet full.
Mr. and Mrs. IJ. E. l" r
1 ome ngHin after a pleaut msU
with relatives n Miasonri. , ""
Phil White n homo from Kun-
la nft LrtnJtr
, JaTX. ,, 'oKuwrii
. aWu . '- atf XUfA ..Ps
idaj mom-pnsaaernum in-rs
thu lifo ok) . ' -rr
to Save Life,
T. I'. UiKlegFove and on K.-y
with othent, wtirn Utthiug in ff li
ri?ar Satonlay, when the ls
lost his proweaa an a swimuer mul
rjh father who was aoar, wcnl
to 1ss resoue. 'TJha hoy, ael?sgd h i
father and clung to hii t wit! aicli
wuaouy mat iKitn went u
. Mx HeniMmjar
rescue. They wwit
HMeint; thi ''
won l tlioir
H' r -llllg HO
frantically that lit' w n tnid t
approach near them. - tn prtj
cured m loug wle sand l lliugoii
Id it with oim haud ro ip , I it on'
y that thay oonld pr tl i
Other end and be p.. !!' ! . loro.
Tho drowning jwnr m 1 1 ' . t f tin
poll with euch fon . fill IJioy
jerked it away from Mi iinuiug
or. Agab.i tho iit!npr t" -.'niggh'
forJife vraa renewal
Fur the aeoond tunc to tiolf
was ilaoud in l-eu.-h of t'minnii
ind boy, who were mpih
ing weak fmoi flxhmntr.111
ihia time they tvuight on ui, 1 wcr
t t , At -
Revival at Shamrock
A big nwival nervier is lui:
bmn going al Shamrock for au
cral ilay Laat RntvUy wuh a
grout day witii the good poplc n
jikJ. Sentd hui
;ioil S irti" Iron
ing in tn" rvic
ugton v vui i"
sr:y:-rr.v kgiF ,
ri'lllB llRVf put
cventl'ing in hc-
thinl's it -m" 'reHtilt in
some i orn, ph'nty of n 1 .ltd u
big c tl ui crop. .
c c. c ' ocjt. yii
nno' I-, . ouijga kkfitiPlTs tl
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