The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 252, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 17, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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Frank Baker of Ft Cobb ia in
tho oity today
T F. Johnson wont to Lookoba
S. Hilton wont to Lawton last
night on businoee.
L E. MoKnight is in Lawton
on govornmont buainosa
Sam Prinlero is transacting
business in Ft. Cobb today.
Mrs C. I. Cooper wont to Vor-
don today to visit rolativea
Bouiib Ilito is transacting
ouainoss in Ft. Cobb today.
J. E. Farrington wont to
Chiokasha on business today.
Ed. N. Kaisor roturnod to
Gainosvillo Tox. this morning.
Mrs. Wm. Podriok wont to
Carnogio on businoss this morn-
ing Thoso oil paintod pioturos at
tho Bazaar for 58 oonts aro n
snap. 252 cM
J. T. Stophoneon wont to
Lawton this morning to oorvo on
Elmor Giiih roturnod homo last
night from an oxtonded visit in
Mrs. A. L. Windaholl of Bin-
der epont yoHterduy in the oity
W. B. Kielt.of Springfield III.
3 here endeavoring to fit up tho
C urt of Honor.
Mrs. Doll Hunt and Mrs. T. F.
Johnson went to Vt. Cobb toduy
to visit frienda.
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Inkunish
of Ft Cobb Bpent Sunday and
Monday in tho oity.
MrB. Hugh Graham wont to
Apaoho thia morning to visit hor
siator Mrs. Mingosa.
Hony DoFord and family aro
enjoying a visit from Mr Do
Ford's mother of .lonoa City.
Mrs. Walter Hunooolc of Ho
oart is in tho oity visiting hor
parents Mr. and Mrs. V. A
Fred V Cook of tho Now
York Life is in the city visiting
bin friend . I. V. Andrews for a
Rov. Brooks has moved from
Uio L. M. Spivey property on
HBt A Htreot into tho Turner
Tho modorn Prieoilla olub will
meet with Mra. J. V Gobol
Wednesday afternoon at tho
Mrs. R. Grammer loft en the
morning train for Billings Mo
whore uho will visit hor brothers
for u few woeka.
Mra. G. W. Goebel roturnod
home last night from a weok's
MBit with hor brother Lloyd
Tnplett near Mir.oo.
li G. Sohlitt sold tho Ed N.
Kiiit-iT farm three miles oast of
nadurko to G. I. Groseoloee
" irvuiiemion i9 S40 per aoro.
Mra. G. 0. Cleveland and
an ihter Mies 13un who had
boon visiting in Louisiana for the
pam two months roturnod home
Hammort & Ayara havo bulk
mineo meHt bulk kraut bulk
olives all just in frenh Tho boat
fresh und oured meats always on
hand 251 dO
Now is tho best timo to prune
fororop. Any one wanting prun
ing done an it should bo send
a card. Box 543. I will soe you.
252 Sid J. A. Becker.
A party of twelvo girls gather-
ed at the homo of Misa Winifred
Oldham Monday evening and
perteoted tho organization of n
oard and genorul amusement
olub to meet fortnightly at tho
homes of tho different members
A name has not yet boendooided
upon but when a suitable name
oan bo found it will bo ceromoni
ously ohriatennd Mrs. Juno
Oldham and Misa Win Oldham
will be hostesses for the first
meetin? Thursday nip't
Alco a Pm Words About Evii.i.c of
8c b In r!ock.
H ua 1'iii tho loaa of ' If shoe1"
niu imlliug and Uliln? or K tufts tt
i aii' found jirntr illn: I. mi tb'
lit " Cm indication aro t'i. i th"
taiie la aoub. Tho disease u iy be
niilcapread In a fioclc bfciv mucli
wool la lost. Whi aboi'ii Ion ili'lr
w ol from thla cuuoo the uh u -la far
ml. jinroil An Inspector aNniM bo
r.n'iltpl. OvcrfccUlns rau.t'a wool
to Lllp. SnmUlnies a bunch of hheeu
aa a 'vhole may be fed very light
when two or three greedy boasrs In
the flock may get too much especially
AT THE DIETRICH
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If thoro haa been an uneven distribu-
tion of grain In feed troughs. If the
Iohb of wool la limited to three or four
and the reat are contented there need
be no alarm but If there are Indica-
tions of general uneaalneaa among the
ahcep an Inspector alionld be con.
Hruehy pasture should not be foorod
for sheep. Nearly nil range sheep nro
In brush constantly without showing
nny 111 effects of it
In Colorado self-feedors are vory
popular In foeding liny to sheep. A
self-feeder savos time find feed. Al-
though the lepresentntlon given hero
may. lnvolvo a little nioro outlny for
tnuterlal than some hay racks It U
counted very econonitcnl. because It
proents much wasto accoiupnnylng
Hit use of most devices whllo Bheep
are eating. When panela ate used
usually one linear foot per sheop Is
allowed. With thla feeder four Inches
per Bheep Is ample space.
Dorothy Dean Stock Compa-
ny Opens Brief Engagement
Tho Dorothy Dean Stock Com'
pany oponod a two nighta on
gagemont at tho Dietrich last
night to a fair sized audienoo.
tho bill being "Adrift in Now
York." Miea Doan assumed the
titlo rolo and carried hor part
through to the satisfaction of tho
audienoe while the other mom
bers of the company Bhowed
ability Bomewhat above that of
I uie Rvarage repertono oompany.
The aotora were two or three
times considerably disconoortod
by ruaaon of tho Btage proper
tioa being in "inexperienced
bunds " aa the loading man of
tho company explained to tho
audience tho horoino onco nar-
rowly oBoaping being caught by
tho too sudden lowering of 'lie
ourtain and ono of tho thrilling
alimaxes at another timo being
in a liko mannor intorruptod to
tho delight of tho ''gallory god"
and tho diacomfituro of tho
Tonight tho numo oompany
will again appear the bill being
another molo-drama of the same
order "Critnoa of a Great City."
Some thrilling eoenea and situ
ations are promised including an
"oxplosion" and a "struggle in
New YorK subway." Among
the specialties on the bilt are the
Millarde Hong and dance artists;
Mrs. T. 0. Hite of Ft. Cobb
is visiting hor sons in tho city
for a few days. Mra. Boon Hite
is spending tho day with frionds
THE HALTER PULLER.
Suggestion! for Breaking Animal of
tho Bad Habit.
Here la n simple arrangement to
break a horse from halter pulling. To
toe halter rope
tie about ten feat
of st long homp
rope Just In front
of the shoulders.
Pass tho ropo
back crossing It
over his back and
Placing It under
his tnll. When ho
pulls bnclc from
the limnitHr anvB
i' arm ami Heme the halter rope will
tight en and pull him back Into posi-
tion. After a few exercises with this
rig he will give up halter pulling as a
Dry weather Is said by some to
cause the foot of the sucking colt to
Always before feeding glvn horses
some vater. After feeding they
should again bo freely watered.
The horae to get best results
fchould be given a uniform amount of
feed nnd at regular hours.
The only reasonable way to keep
cheeun from molding is to dip It In
painfftn and then store in a room
which has a temperature below 40 de-
grees and where the air Is dry.
An experienced dairyman bbs ihat
l' pounds of alfalfa hay are required
to one pound of bran in feeding value
If bran gets too high at youi loral
feed store the next best thing to do is
to grow a little alfalfa.
SmaU Flock of Sheep.
A small Hock of sheep will otton
prove very profitable even when the
farmer la so situated Hint the bulk of
his attention must be given to other
things. Somo say that It requires as
much knowledge to know how to
hnudlo n emnll Hock of shoop ns n
lurgo ono and this In a mensuro Is
truo but it Is not largely true. For
Instance n small lluck of sheep run-
ning In a largo pasture with othor
stock will not bo so likely to render
the pasture unsuitable for tho con-
tinued pasturing of shoop by tho Intro-
duction of Intestinal parasites as In
caso of a lnrgor Hock. Tho llttlo Hock
of sheep will thrive on somo horbago
that other stock will not ont and so
this can be utilized when It would
otheiwlse be wasted.
Dolder dodder curse of dodder
i'iu tho iloMr for seed or fodder
' the mii .ran ftlio Ii-ovv It In
' J be h. Id up I t his fraud and
State of Oklahoma )
County of Cnddo )
In tho matter of tho Estate of D. S.
Pursuant to an order of said County
Court mntlo on tho Gth day of Octo-
ber A. D. 1903 notice is horoby givon
that Mrs. L. A. Stokosborry ns tho
Administratrix of D. S. Stokosborry
deceased made to thia court nnd filed
in the ollice of the Clerk thereof on
said day a return of sales made by her
on the 10th day of November A. D.
190S under n previous order of said
court of the following real ostnte and
for tho following sums to-wit: lots 17
18 19 20 21 and 22 in Block 28 in
tho town of llinton.
That on the 10th day of November
190S your jietitioneor sold said roal os-
tnte at privato sale to II. A. Horman
for the sum of $1750.00 he being tho
highest and bout bidder therefor and
said amount being more than the ap-
praised value thereof.
As will more fully appear from said
return filed as aforesaid and to which
reference is hereby mndo for further
And notice is hereby further given
that Wednesday the 25th day of No
vember A. D. 190S at 9 o'clock a. m.
of said day at the court room of this
court in snid county of Caddo has been
fixed for hearing the said return when
and whore any person interested in
said estate mny appear and file written
objections to tho confirmation of tho
said sales and may be hoard and may
produco witnesses in support of their
Witness my hand and the seal of said
court at Anndarko in said county this
11th dny of Novombor A. D. 190S.
B. F. Holding Judge.
I5y T. G. Oklkc Clerk-
Miss Salisbury Dead
Misa Louiso Salisbury tho
oightoen year old daughter of F.
E. Saliabury died at 11 o'clock
Tuosday morning after an ill
noaa contracted from caring for
hor father through a aiogo of ty-
phoid fovor. She waa a dovout
member of tho M. E church and
a faithful Epworth leuguc worker
and all who know her loved her.
Short Horvicoa at tho rosidenco
will be held Wodnosday morning
by Rev. Farrington. Tho ro-
mains will be taken to Dee
Moines Iowa aooompanied by
hor father and sister Mrs. E. B.
Perkins. A brother Ivan of
Anndarko and Ceoil of Wyom-
ing also survive
Ot .S Jfi w . v 0 vt: O .S iS JH J & wt .
2 WANT ADS 5
not exceeding fi lines 3 days 25c
one Week without change 40c K
SV S' K if K J K K ." K f .'''- -
FOR ItENT-Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping and sleeping
rooms nlso. Inquire of Mrs. Llndcr
the milliner. 213 dtf
WANTED Waiter or wnitross at once
at tho Topeka Hotel. 250 d3
BEAUTIFUL SILK FLAG-Do you
want a beautiful silk flag 2x3 feet?
Up-to-date; 4G stars; made of fine twill-
ed silk: bonutiful color?1 A nice Christ-
mas present or n souvenir for the home.
Send $1.00 nnd you will receive the
Daily and Sunday Journal three months
and one of those flags Address The
Kansns City Journal Kansas City Mo.
WANTED-Hy gentleman nnd wife
two or throo furnished rooms cen
trally located for light housekeeping
Address by letter only giving loca-
tion and rent. C-22 care Daily
Democrat. 250 d3
MEN WANTED Quickly at big Chica-
go Mail Order House to distribute
catalogues advertise etc. ?2o a
week. $G0 expense allowance first
month. No experience required.
Manager 500 Wabash Bldg Chicago
FOR SALE A good driving horse
four years old gentle for a woman
to drive; a runabout and harness that
has been used about five or six
months. Sco Dr. Earl Martin 251tf
FOUND Bunch of keys with chain.
Owner can havo same by calling at
Democrat office and paying for adv.
HAMMERT & AYRES
Staple a.nd F&ncy Groceries
FRESH MEATS SAVSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fisbjn Season. Fresh Vegetables etc
C Strccf Hr AtU rf. TT RA
i-U' 1 1 iir win HiiiiijuuaxnauBi
fresh Tender Juicy Meats
Pure Clean Groceries
The Best the Market "Affords Always in Stock
Prompt Delivery priccs RjRht
HARDY & ALDRICH S&
Seo J. C. Titigley offioo Curio
Store Main St. botweon Fifth
and Sixth Hie Uk
S. S. Wolcott of tho Unitype
company Chioago is in tho city
installing the Daily Democrat's
typeuetting machine. Many im
provements in tho appcaranoo of
the paper will bo made in a few
daye regarding which moro will
bo said later.
A LITTLE MORE
A LITTLE LESS
Wo aro in tho
for your benefit ns well as our own. If you
will call on us wo will convince you of this.
WE aro showing our Fall stook of Buffets Davenports
Couohes Parlor SuitB China Closots Library Tables
and our collection of Rugs is tho largest and best in
pneo and quality in tho county. SATURDAY NOV. 11 wo
will make Speoial Price on Iron Bod Springs and Mattress
oompleto for only S5.50. Same will bo displayed in ono of
our show windows. Wo handlo tho oolobrated
KIN DEL SOMERSAULTIC DAVENPORTS
GUNN BOOK CASES
HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS
ECCLESTON . COGGINS
Furniture and Undertaking.
Day Phone 178
r..liun.mif V'.t; ;lmi.mu
Night Phone 22G
F. J Callahan has the
most complete line fo
Cook Stoves and heaters
ever brought to Anadarko.
It will pay you to see his
line before purchasing
your fall and winter
goods. 197 dtf:
SWjMUBAjiiJUaBUlirlTlwirarigMnijcMjTmtiir-.iL n .in n 1 1 i.i irrajnmri-ljrrwn
ON REAL ESTATE
LONG TIME EASY PAYMENTS
RELIABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED
The Jackson Loan 4 Trust Company
120 WEST CAPITOL ST. JACKSON MISSISSIPPI
Railroad Time Table
All Trains Daily Except As Noted
a 731 10:15 n. m.
ft 733 .1:00 p. m.
Nos 733 nnd 7 34 run between
a 75-1 9:30 a. m.
a 75G 0.10 p. in.
n 734 9;30 a. m
n 732 0:20 p. m
Olahoma City nnd Mnngum.
n 753 4:00 p. m.
a 755 10:25 n. m.
H. G. HARVEY Agent.
Every body is ufflicted with somo kind of trouble with
their Pumps ;Wind Mills Tanks Plumbing system.
Steam Heating systems Boiler feed pumps Boiler fit-
tings. I carry n full lino of Pumps Wind mills Plumb-
ing goods Steam heating outfits also do all kinds of Re-
pairing Pumps Mills Tanks Plumbing systems Steam
engines; Gasoline engines Steam boilers Steam Pumps.
When in need of a Drain Well or any of tho above men-
tioned give mo a call. All work guaranteed.
R. L. MITCHELL
Phone 76. Anadarko Okla.
suly Democr&f Office
IS BETTER. PREPARED TO DO THAT
for you than any other printing
office in the county. We have
competent workmen and turn out
promptly nothing but good work.
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ON .
YOUR NEXT LOT OFJgglNTING
S6e DAILY DEMOCRAT
On'iti:: li. St. between 4tli and T.th
North of Court IIoiih
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Roberts, A. S. The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 252, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 17, 1908, newspaper, November 17, 1908; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81642/m1/4/: accessed April 14, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.