The First Eight Months of Oklahoma City.


The adjusting committee of six completed their labors on the strip as best they could, although there was a great deal of complaint and the committee had much to contend with. The election to be held on the following day was the most interesting topic and in the after-noon three tickets were in the field. On every corner, in every vacant place, large crowds stood patiently and listened to argumentative gentlemen extol the valorous deeds and glorious achievements of their respective candidates.