The Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 111, Ed. 1, Friday, April 10, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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Rock Island Lines
Arrival nml Doparturo of al
Trains from Auadarko :
Mnnguni Chiohasha ISl Reno
Arrives - 10.05 a ro
Doimrt 10.05 h ro
Arrives 5.3 0 p m
Departs 5.30 p tn
- WEST BOUND -
Oklahoma City El Rono Ohiok
Arrivos 10 05 n ro
Dopnrts 10.05 n ro
Arrives 5.30 pro
Dopnrts 5.30 p m
SOUTH BOUNL -Anadarko
Arrives 10. 10 n ir
Doparto .... ... 11 05 a ir
Enid to Anadnrko.
Arrivos 11 05 p a
Enid Goary Lawtnn Wanrikh
Arrives 5 H0p ir
Departs 5 30 p ir
- .NORTHJBOUND -Waurikn
Lawton Geary Enid.
Arrivos 10 10 a m
Dopnrts 10 15 a ro
Anadarko to Enid.
Dopnrts 4 00 p ir
s PICTURE PLAYS
Owing to the laigo nuinbar of
now motion picturo thontros which
are boing oponod througliout the
country thoro is ottered to tho
men and women of to-day a now
profession namoly that of writing
moving picturo plays. Producors
are paying from 25 to 150 for
each scenario accepted upon
which thoy can build a photoplay
S3500 in Six Months
As it only requires u fow hours'
timo to construct acomploto play
you can readily soo tho immense
possibilities in this work. Ono
mnn who gnvo tho iden a tryout
writes that he earned 3500 in six
months. It is possiblo for an in
tolligont person to meot with
Ono featura of tho business
whioh should npponl to ovoryono
is thnt the work may bo dono nt
homo in spare timo. No litomry
ability is required nnd womou
havo as grent an opportunity as
mon. Ideas for plots are constintl)
turning up and may bo put in
sconnrio form and sold for n good
Particulrrs Sent FREE
Uomplrtto particulars of this
most interesting and profitable
profession may bo hnd freo of
ohargo by sending a post cnrd to
Box 158 Wilkes. Barre Pa
--q--r ii-.AWLxJI rjpr'JiXsssssssBsW
soft clear velvety free from rough
spots patches eruptions and blem-
ishescan only be obtained by
intelligent care and a healthy con-
dition of the skin.
Jp1 Ltro ud
is a valuable preparation of great
assistance in producing a beautiful
attractive skin because it contains a
superior antiseptic agent which clears
the pores of impurities and is healing
and invigorating in its action.
Get it at any A. D. S. Drug Store.
Look for th
ya n t a .rit
m -i - u.kJ. - kH"BbiiNwMSP: omr
Out of sorts dopro.ssod pnin in
tho back Eloctrio i3ittor ronow
your hontth nnd slrongth. A guar-
nntcod Livor and Kidnoy remody.
Money bajjk if not sntisfiod. It
oomplotoly cured Robort Madson
of West Burlington I own who
sutferod from virulont livor trouble
for eight months. Aftor four doc.
tors gnvo him up he took Eloctrio
Bitters and is now n w)ll man.
Get n bottlo todny; it will do tho
snmo for you. Keep in tho liouso
for nil livor nnd kindoy complaints
Perfectly Bnfo nnd Jopendnble. Its
results will surpriao you. oUc nnd
17. E. Buoklin & Co. Philndol-
phiaor SU Louis.
Lot 3 blook o7 Anndnrko 7
room houso all modorn nnd fur-
nished comploto. All furniture
goes with house. For l'urthor in-
onnntion boo Thoo. G. Uolko
The Forty Year Test
An article must havo exception.
al merit to survivo for n poriou of
forty'yenrs. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy wns (irst ofTorod to tho
publio in I87'2. From a Binnll bo-
ginning it has grown in fnvor and
populnrity until it has attained a
world wide reputation. You will
find nothing betterjor n cough or
cold. Try it nnd you will under-
stnnd why it is a fnvorifH nftor n
period of moro thnn forty yenrs.
It not only gives roliof it cures.
For solo by Karl Douglns.
First pub April ! last April 23.
Summons by Publication
In tho District Court of the
Fifteenth Judicial District of Ok
lnhoma sitting within nnd for the
County of Caddo
May Iliokox plaintiff vs Man-
uol A. mokox uofonunnt.
Said defendnnt Mnnuol A.
Iliokox will lako notico that ho
has been sued in tho nbovo on.
titled Court for Divorce nnd must
nnswer tho petiti'&n filed therein
by said plaintiir on or before tho
11 day of May A. D. 1914 or snid
petition will bo tnkon as truo.nnd
a judgment for said plaintiff in
said action for divorco will bo
Olerk of Said Uourt
Soal. Mnrianolli & Exondine
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Straight At It
There is no uso of "beating
around tho bush. " Wo want you
to try Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
ody tho roxt you havo a'cough or
cold Thoro is no reason so far ns
wo can seo why you Bhould not
do so. This preparation by its ro-
iinnrknblo cures hnsgninedn world
wido roputntionand people evory-
whoro speak of it in tho highest
tortus of prniso. It is for sale by
OS I EC Immediate relicF from
t ILLJ Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment
R1PTI. -w-' " ft
Of Mrs. Chappell of Fire Yean
Standing Relieved by Cardui.
Ml. Alry.'N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chan
pell of this town says: "I suffered for
live years with womanly troubles also
stomach troubles and my punishment
was more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind of medicine
but none did mc any good.
I read one day about Cardui the wo-
man's tonic nnd 1 decided to try it. I
had not taken but about six bottles until
I was almost cured. It did mc more
rood than all the other medicines I had
tried put together.
Mv friends bcuan askinu mc wliv I
looked so well and I told them about
Cardui. Several arc now taking it."
Do you lady reader suffer from any
of the ailments due to womnnly trouble
such as headache backache sidcache
sleeplessness and that everlastingly tired
If so. let us urge you to give Cardui a
trial. We feel confident it will help you
just as it has a million other women in
the past half century.
Ucgln taking Cardui to-day. You
won't regret it. All druggists.
Write It- Chattanooga Medietas Co. Ladle'
AdvilOry Dect . Chattanooga Term. (or Sttial
. ii on your casa and 84 pafabook' Horn
Treatment lor women." tn plaJa wrapper. N.C. 124
FOUND A CURE FOR
"I BiifTored with rheumatism
for two years and could not get
my right hand to n.y mouth for
that length of time" writos Leo
L. Clinpman Mnploton lown. "1
suffered terriblo pnin so I could
not sloop or Ho still nt night.
Five yoars ago I began using
Chamberlain's Liniment and in
two months I wan well nnd havo
not sutioiod with rhoumatiBm
sinco. " For salo by Karl Doug-
lass. An Easy Solution
'How does this breakfast sui)
you .lohn?" inquired tho young
"ft's just right doarost " said
her husband. "It mny bo plobinu
but I'm nwfully fond of cnlvos
liver for bronkfnst."
"So am I clear" said tho wife.
"Oh Join- don't you think it
would pay us to keopn cnlfy Then
wo could havo calf liver every
morning for breakfast.
TAX DEED NOTICE
To whom it inayj concorn and
tho unknown owners of tho ol-
lowing real estate to-wit:
Lot 2'.) blcck .19 district two.
Broadway st. situated in tho town
of Anadarko Caddo county state
of Oklahoma ncoording to tho
duly recorded plat thoreof.
You and each of you are horoby
notified that said real estatoabovo
doocribed was on the tith day of
November 19 1 sold by tho Coun.
ty Treasurer of said county for
tho dohuquont paving taxe duo
the son for tho year 1911 Lt the
sum of $27 lfi including interest
penalty and costs allowed by. law.
That said county treasurer issued
criificnto of purchnse thorofor
and tho undorsigned is now tho
owner and holder of said certificate
You aro theroforo further noti.
fiod that unless you redoom said
real estate from said salo within
sixty days from date of first pub-
lication of this notice a tax deed
for aaid real estato will bo demand
ed and will issuo to mo as pruvid.
d by law.
Dated this 20th day of Novom-
L. W. Myora owner and holder
of said tax salo certificate Ana-
WWUTO CE 50?ftSlOO
n' ". " "w w b
7RIAL BOITIE f HEE
AU THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
LFWItM 1 UkUMOMMMWHUMUKMI
6 V. rr O SATSFACTORY
OK AT V Y fffXAfOeO.
FirBt pub. April U last April 23.
IN DISTRICT COURT
In tho Distriot Court of tho Fif.
toonth Judicial Distriot of Okla-
homn sittirg within nnd for tho
county of Caddo.
T. C. Hvnns plaintiir vs L. S.
Snid defendant L. S. Braendlo
will tako notica that ho has boon
sued in tlm above ontitlod court
for Two Thousand Four Hundred
( 'J -100 1 Dollars and that an ordor
of attachment Iirs beou i sued out
of tho above oourt and levied up-
on the following real projwrty to-
wit: theN. E 1 of the S. V. ;
and LjI Number f of Sootion
Twenty ujue (2) in Township
bevon (. i North of Rnngo 'ienl 10)
W. 1. Al. in Cnddo county and
Stato of Oklahoma- and must
answer the potition tiled thoroin
by snid pliwntiir on or before tho
20th diy or May A. D 11)11 or
snid potition will bo tnkon as truo
and a judgment for said plaintiff
in taut action for Twnnfv lVnr
Emulredi$2IOO) dollars with in
terest on $1 ICO- rrom Decombor
lStli J'.iJU'it (? per cent per an
num will bo rondarod accordingly
Attest Thoo. O. Oolke
Cloik of Said Court.
CI rover C. Wamsloy.
Attorney for Plaintiir.
The next regular tonohors'
examination will bo hold at Ana-
darko at tho West School Building
on Thursday Friday nnd Satur-
day April 2li 21 and 2.) 1911.
JNottio Danio's Wamslov
Supt. l'ub'io Instruction
Good Backs for Bad
Anadnrko residonts aro Learn
ing how to exchnngo tho old bnok
for a stronger ono.
Does jour bnck ncho fool weak
Dqyou sutror hoadnches Ian-
Is-tho urino discolored passages
Tho kidnoys may bo crJling for
Wonk kidnoys cannot do thoir
C-Jivo thorn tho holp thoy nood.
To ouro kidney backaohea you
must euro tho kidnoys-
Use a tested nnd proven kidnoy
Donn's Kidnoy Pills havo stood
Convincing proof of morit in
tho following ondorsomont :
P. H. Hutlakor Twolfth St.nnd
Michigan Avo Chicknsha Okla.
eays: "I havo no hesitation what-
ovor in allowing my name to bo
uood nt this timo tjlling of tho
morit of Doan'B Kidnoy Pills. I
was induced to try this remedy
whon my kidnoys becamo out of
order .nnd I hnd a weak bnok. It
rolioved liio and I huvo novor had
need of a kidnoy medioino
Price oUo nt all dealers. Don't
simply ask for n kidnoy romody
get Doan'8 Kidney Pills tho samo
that Air. Huffakor had. Fostor-
Milburn Co. Props. Butl'alo N.
B. F. ELLIOTT
Residonco Phono 223.
Lower & Son
Wtll Pnper Paints ' and Class
Piper flnnging Painting and
O nt mot wig.
Oppoat Peoplo's Store.
MWCK $10.00 A DAY. I3ost
P' ' ow it and it's joltl Make
v.' lay or wo returi nmnoy.
I r iPrculenii Co (hithrie
Firat pub. Mnr 2(5 last April 2.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO
StntoofOklnhomn Cnddo Coun-
ty ss: in tho County court.
To tho creditors of A. F.
11 .... i i . mmuu ' in Hiwioiioa oi ttio
All porsons having c aims airaiUBt' i i .
i? iw....i. i u '. .various ohurohos will tako tho r
A. v. Downoy deccasod aro roquir1.. . . .
cd to prosont tho samo with
thu necossnry vouchors to tho un-
(iersignod Administrator nt the
narBignua .miuunisirnior nt tlio
law olilce of Urover C. Wamsloy '
at Anadnrko Okla. within four
mntu. nt tL .i..'..-. . I
months of the ditto hereof or the
Binie win oo lorover imrreu.
Dated this 2lst dny of Maroh
R. P. Sohaefl'er
First pub. March 19. Inst AInr. 2(5
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
v l i .i I
isotico is horoby given that in'
pursuanco of an order of tho
(younty Court of thh County
of Kingfisher and Stato of Okla-
. n .. '
homn limcio on tho It) day of
Mn eh 1914. in tho mnttorof tho
ii r ii i r i . i
ostnto of Albnrt Alnrkos doconsod
tho undersigned ns the oxocutor
. ' ... .
of said docoased Will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for
ensh subject to tho confirmation
by said County Court on Satur-
day tho 1th day of April 1911 at
2 o'clock p. in. at tho oast' door
of tho Court IIouso in tho City
of Anadarko in said County of
Caddo all tho right titlo intorost
nnd estato of said Albort Markcs
at tho timo of his dontn nnd all
the right titlo and interest that
the said estnto line by operation
of law. or othorwiso ncquirod in
nnd to nil th cortnin lot pioco
or pnrcol of lnnd Bituato lying
nnd boing in tho County of Caddo
Stato of Oklahoma bounded and
described as follows and upon
tho following forma and condi.
tions to-wit: Northwest 1-1 ueo.
S township 10 rnngo 12.
Tho land abovo described will
be sold subjoct to a mortgngo of
jlOoO nnd the sum bid nbovo snid
mortgngo shall bo for cash in
Pated tho 10 day of March
Joaoph Alarkes Executor.
By Goo. L. Bowman Ally.
DU F cl Immediate relief from
rlLU Dr. ShooD's Madic Ointmpal
Succeed when everything else falls.
In nervous nros'.rmion and ferr.ale
weaknesses they ore the supreme
remedy as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND
k is the best mediUne ever sold
over c drupgUt's counter.
fientlemen's Driving Illorse
Will Receive Specui Care
Special Attention Given to
OUN MAIN & 7th ST11EET
II BEST HOT WEATHER T
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
The Old Standard General Tonic. Drives out Ma'ariai
Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System.
FOR GROWN PEOPLE AND CHILDREN.
It is a combination of QUININK and IRON in a tasteless form that wonder
fully strengthen aud fortifies the system to withstand the depressing effect oi
the hot summer. GROVR'S TASTHMJSS chill TONIC has po equal for Malaria
Chills and I'ever Weakness general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and
vigor to Nu'sing Mothers and Pale SUkly Children. Removes lliliousness with-
out purging. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to
3ctionund purifies the blood A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete
StrennU'enp'- Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. 50 cents
Bogtnning with Snlurdny
r.f. ou it... i... . ..
mi u in iiuaiiiijr cookou tooti sales
at Kculoston vt Cogcin's Furui-
turo Storo. Tho following datos
"" i''0'1 on; T1 0rfr
Wl" niw "" hponh iho
mir. March 28. Tlio Udies
tha Christian oliiiroh:
April I Ladies Aid of the Unp.
tist church; April 11 the Guild
Guild of the Episcopal ohurvli
April lbi the Missionnry Society
of the Al. E. church south; April
W Lndies Aid of the Al. E.
oh u rch ; May 2 Social Union of
tH0 L'roflbvtorinn churoh.
First pub. March 12 Lmt unb A i -i I
State of oklslivms County of Caddo
iilaintlff v George T. Johmon -t al
Notice is Iwn-by given that by vir
tue nf tin Onlei of Sale to mo dircut-
fl"";1 'T1 VI'1 ??w ' ny h?n
'?"' ot of the Clerk's olllto of the
I'iftuenih Judicinl DUtiict Court.
SnoklnhonBT' 'n Bn.(oIl Couni'
f!.nddo iij)onii.Iiidrinent-Ueeree of
foreclosure rendored In wild Court in
and nuainst Georjfo T. Johnson Do-
fi'iidnnt. I have levied upon ho fol-
lowing described Heal Estate of said
defendant to-wif Tho Northwest
Quarter (N W 1-1) of Section Seven
(7) in'i'ownship Nine (9) North Ktinirc
luoivo (12) Wostof I M contnlninc
100 acres more or less lying nnd sit-
jinied in Cnddo County State of Okla-
hotnu and that I Hlinll. on Wnlnes.
dny the 15th day of April A D 1914;
at the hourot two o'clock p in of snid
day tint! at the front door of tho Court
Honse in Anadmko in snid County
und Slate proceed to sell tho riht
title nnd interest of the nbovo named
Gooikc T Johnson in nnd to the above
described property to sntisf said
Judgment $1125.38 and costs $22.05
auiountinir to Fiftcon Hundred Forty
soven Dollars nnd -13 cents toother
with all nccruing costs o sale and In-
terest on the same from the 4 th dny
of September 1913 nt tho rutc of 10
per cent per annum 1 1 public nuction
to tho hlghost bidder lor cash.
A. J. Ulnnkenshlp
Shoriff of Cnddo County Stato of Okla.
A. J. Perry.
IMatntftr'a At ornoy
Dated at Anadurko Oklahoma this
11th day of Match 1911
STATU OK OKLAHOMA I dm.
County of Cnddo.
IN DISTRICT COURT.
10. M. Lunsford plaintiir vs. liosaie
Said defendant Bessie Lunsford will
take notice that Kite hits been sued in
the nbovo nnrccd Court for Divorce
from said plalntilT E M. Lunsford on
the grounds of abandonment nnd must
answer the petition tiled therein by
fluid plnintilT on or before the 24th day
of April A. D 1914 or said petition
will be taken as true and a judgment
for said piaintiiT in said action for
Ivoico us prayed for in petition of
plnintilT flltd hcrelu will be nurtured
Dated this 12th day of March 1911.
HoldinR & Horrv
Attorneys for Plaintiff
V ukness and Loss or Appetlto
the Old Standard funeral ttrnrthenlng tonic
Malaria and buildi up the ayMeiti A true tome
r-l ure Apttizer. For adults aud cJiUdren. &Oc
All Work Guaranteed
Lame nnd Interfering Horseu
- : ANaDARKO. OKLA
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