Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 263, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 1, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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Local News of City
And Personal Mention
E. D. Williams ia In Apnc'no today.
The History club will meet with
Miss Monsell Weilnosday ovoning.
Don't forget Mrs
W. II. Morgan is transacting busl-
noss in Apache today.
For a first class piano for rtnt or
for sale call at Shaw & Wells. 208 tf
Elmer Gish went to Voitlen on bus-
The Star bakery plea have actually
got some filling in them. 267 Ot
Chas. E. Gordon went to Oklahoma
'Roxall" Romodioa at Steph-
nnqrm'n Drue Store. 254 tf
Mrs. LeForce left on the morning
eastbound train for Henryettn to visit
Mrs. Linder is closing out her stock
of dress and street hats at bargains.
The ladies Social Union vritt meet
with Mrs. Joo Austin Wednesday at 3
'Rexall" Romodioa nt Stoph-
eneon'a Drup: Btoto. 254 tf
Miss Ida Kinnear of southorn Mis-
souri is visiting with Mrs. Barton
Skaggs this week.
Ask your grocer for steam baked
bread wrapped in waxed paper.
Maple Syrup pure gonuino in the
First Tick brand at 0. P. Skaggs'.
Phono No. 92. 239-Ct
A. C. Vauchn and son Frank loft
last night for West Virginia where
Mr. Vaughn's mothor is very ill.
Quince raspberry and cherry pre-
serves in bulk ; also apple butter the
best whatever at1. 0. 'P. Skaggs'.
Phono No. 92 259-Gt
Jas. Giddings and wife of Cyril are
visiting relatives and friends in the
All kinds of good things to cat at
the Palace bakery. Fresh bread
pies cakes candies etc.
202 tf H. C. Barz.
Mrs. S. I. Fehmann who has been
visiting with Tyre Baker and family a
few days returned to Oklahoma City
If you enjoy a cup of good coffee
join our satisfied patrons. Anadarko
Grocery Co. Phone No. 50. 258 Gt
Robert Atkinson who has been em-
ployed in the Jeff Ford meat market
for the past year went to Oklahoma
City this morning.
Pickles spices preserves dried
fruits for the holidays at Anadarko
Grocery Co Phone No. 56. 258 6t
Miss E. W. Parker left on the
morning train for Stillwater where
sho will visit a sister a short time
and then go to Arizona to spend the
Saturdays chocolato creams 29
oont8 a pound at Stephenson's
Drug store. 254 tf
The Modern Priscilla club will
meet with Mrs. J. W. Gobel Wednes-
day afternoon at the usual hour.
There is special business that must be
looked after and the president requests
that every member be present.
Mrs. Sarah Stewart who has been
visiting her son A. Stewart in Old
Town for tho past six weeks re-
turned to hor homo in Ottawa Kan.
I have three newly furnished rooms
and cood board. Mrs. Jessie Millor
on fi sitrgot. 267-Ct
Mrs. J. J. Baird has returned from
an oxtended visit through Nebrwku.
Kansas and Missouri. Mrs. Unird
visited her aged father in Kansas who
ia now W years old ami it in good
Cough ! Ooujsh ! Cough 1 Stop
it. Rexn.Il Cherry juioe will do
it at Scophen.ion'3 drutc stare tf
THE HEAD OF
Dy Albort W.Tolmnn.
(Copyright by Shortstory Tub. Co.)
Another Car Load
Of pianos and organs just rceoived
at Youngblood's which must be sold
bofore Jan. 1. This lot includes Tho
Kimball Steger Bush & Gerta Con-
ovors Cables Kingsbury Howard
Cotes Clarendon and others. This
lot of pianos will be closed out at a
bargain. Low prices and easy terms
is our motto. Como early while we
have a variety to choose from. Get
prices and torms buy an intsrumont
for vour home for Xmas. Purchase
an instrument from your homo dealer
and. be profited by close prices and
best torms. Youngblood Main Str.
black as burnt
the dictum of a
Cough ! Cough I Cough ! Stop that
coughRexall Cherry juice will do It at
Stephenson's drug store. 257 tf
Our Number 881 10A. nearly level
all tillable 35 in cultivation 1 miles
from Anadarko. Small house wind-
mill fruit. Price 2000.
No. 1105 School land 100 A close
to Anadarko including crops and tools
second bottom 70A broke 2 houses.
A largo number of Washita and
Cache bottom farms fine corn and
Baldwin & Gibbs Co.
2G3 2td 2tw Anadarko Olka.
Kinpflt ohocolutu creams at
Bftphi-nson's Drug Ftore. 254 tf
Notice M. W. A.
All members of Modern Woodmen
of America Camp No. 10025 are re-
quested to be present Monday evening
Dec. 7 ns there will be "Something
dugh I Cough! Cough! Stop
it. Rexall Cherry juioe wM do
it at Stephenson's drutr store tf
:We have just received
n nice assortment of Rich
Cut Glass all new designs
giving beautiful effects.
See our windows for the
latest and best at the
. F. MITCHELL Jewelry Co.
All's Well That Ends Well.
The llttlo sailboat was becalmed.
"Can't you whistle and raise the
wind?" ho asked.
"I'm afraid to try" sho answered.
"What aro you afraid of?" ho asked.
"I'm afraid you might attompt to
kiss mo when 1 got my lips puckered"
"I'll do nothing of tho kind" ho
"Nothing doing then" sho declared.
"No klsB no pucker."
Whereupon ho withdrew the rash
promise ho had mado and although
tho boat continued to roraaln In tho
becalmed stato they cared not a single
Shall History Be Revived?
Patience Half an ounce of puro
gold was found In tho body ot a.
turkey killed on a farm on the Tar-
wlno river Victoria.
Patrice After all has been said
perhaps It wa3 a turkey which laid
tio golden egg? Yonkors Statesman.
Willie What's a dllomma?
Johnny Well It's when you can't
sit down because your dad licked
you for going swimming and you
can't stand up becauso a crab bit your
toe Illustrated Bits.
R. K. ROBINSON
Practice in the State and FederalCourts
and before the Departments of the
NOTARY IN OFF CE
NOW IS THE TIME
To fjr. roIifVMfl of thufc old chronic or
Mfcii'D distisy without medicine or
tho surjrHon's knifo.
Chiropractic Adjustments will do it
: R. EARL MARTIN.
CORNER MAIN AND SIXTH STREETS ANADARKO OKLA
Through turbulent Mindanao from
Surlgno's shark-Infested straits to vol-
canic Uu'tilan frowning over the Sea
of Celebes tho Americans In garrison
talked of the unconqtiered brigand
Dntto Kfllm. Mullets and bolo-slashes
generously dispensed In lightning raid
and treacherous ambush had taught
thorn well his prowess ns a dealer In
the merchandise of war. Secret and
deadly as a midnight serpent he loft
a trail through the jungle as onsy to
follow as yesterday's proa-track in the
surrounding sea. Of his face and fig-
ure no white man could speak certain-
ly for tho lips of the dead are scaled
yet many and various wero th
tral's that were ascribed to him by hi
"He Is tall aud supple with slender
hands and foet an Arab of the Arabs
handsome as Apollo and brave aa a
lion." said a young lieutenant with
Short and squat
coffee hideous as a
and cowardly" was
Still a third painted a different pic-
ture. The Moroi themselves knew
but said nothing deeming silence
healthier than speech.
Wearied at last by frequent tidings
of Datto Kaltn's ovll deeds the au-
thorities at Manila determined that
the lirlgRiid must be taken. "Alive or
dead" ran the decree; and as ho had
been n vory cruol man a price was sot
upon his head with exemption and
full pardon for any rebel who should
bring It In.
TJion began a hunt with Krag and
Mauser through swamp and Jungle and
canebrnko over hill and valley until
finally tho quarry camo to bay In the
wooded hollow of an old crator.
Deep In a bosquo of tall cogon-grass
lurkod Datto Kalm. From his lair
four scouts stole out by different
trails to spy what way of escapo lay
open. The first panted buck from tho
north with cheek redly buUot-scored.
"Tho Americano pigs hold the path"
Dy tho routo that led to the son the
second Blunk In.
"Thero also aro tho sons of tho
dovll" was his report.
Quoth tho third fros'u rrom tho
"They havo n strange gun that talks
faster than an angry woman."
Tho fourth scout did not como back
at all. Then Indeed tho Dattd knew
that tho gamo was near Its close. He
Eat silent In tho gloomy circle hand
toying with bolo-handle. Ills keen
glance read the sullen faces cro he
" 'Tls tho end of tho hunt. A prico
Is on my head. Does anyono want It?"
All swore by Mahommcd that they
did not. Hut ono man lied; and the
Datto know It. Ho arose and tho
rest roso likewise.
"Wo must scatter each for himself.
Let none follow me; that path Is safe
for mo alone."
Into the jungle they glided stealth-
ily a slnglo man on every trail but
one; and on that wero two far apart.
But tho first know that tho second
Datto Kalm scaled a crag and
locked out through Its screen of vines
over tho sun-kissed breeze-swept tree-
tops. It was a pleasant world to live
in. Ho had no desire to tread just yet
the rnzor-cdgo of Slrnt that bridges
he believer ovor tho pit of hell. To
avoid It he would try a last resource.
Again he sank Into tho follagcd gloom.
That afternoon In a forest glen two
contestants debated with bolos In
:ulok-breathIng ellcnce. The Issue
ns a question of heads; and the
tampion who argued more Incisively
sised out of the glade with two one
' -i vls shoulders tho other In a bloody
t sunset from tho Jungle-edge a
white mg on a stick waved truce to
ha Arrerlcan camp and a brown man
-rer-t out with a grisly burden. To the
sentries he said:
"Tako me to your chief. I bring the
head of Datto Kalm."
They led him In. Of tho captain he
pxactej a solemn pledge:
"Swtar to mo on tho Book of your
Prophet that I Sollman al-Mollk
bearer of the .head of Datto Kalm
shall go freo and unharmed. I swear
by tho Black Stone of tho Kaaba to be
loyal to the United States."
Tho captain pledged him full pardon
"Now open the bag" said ho; and
tho troopers grouped around stood
at gaze with wide eyes and parted
Out rolled a bloody head. Thy
stared on it fascinated curious; fjr
never beforo ha 1 white man seen the
face of Datto Knlm and lived.
The captain boke the silence:
"Is this the Lead of Datto Kalm?"
' "No but of Ills servant a t.altor
who would have betrayed him."
"Where thon Is his head?" cume the
Tho brown man placed his I in 'n
upon his brow and salaamed low
"Behold on tho shoulders cf Soil-
man al-Mellk loyal to tho I'nlfd
States and protected by thine cuth
tho head of Datto Kalm."
WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO
Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us
Strong nnd Healthy
All the blood in the body passes
through the kidneys once every three
minutes. The kidneys filter the blood.
They work night and day. When
healthy they remove about 600 grains
of impure matter daily when un-
healthy somo part of this impure
matter is left in the blood. This
brings on many diseases ami symp-
toms pain in the back headache
nervousness liot.dryskln rheumatism
gout gravel disorders of the eyesight
and hearing dizziness irregular
heart debility drowsiness dropsy
deposits in the urine etc. But if
you keep the filters right ou will
have no trouble with your kidneys.
1). F. Bugan E. Broadway Anadar-
ko Okla. says : ' ' For about ten years
kidney trouble had me in its grasp
no doubt being caused by hard work
and my back became so lame that at
times I could hardly get about. The
passage of the kideny secretions were
too frequent dizzy spells often at-
tacked me and 1 had distressing feel
ings in my head. On the advice of
n friend I procured Doan'a kidney
pills from the City Drug store. I
improved steadily from the first and
was soon entirely relieved. I con-
sider Donn's Kidney Pills a most
ofllcient remedy for any trouble arising
from the kidnoys."
For solo by all daelera. Price 60
cents. Fostor-Milburn Co. Buffalo
Now York solo agents for the United
Rcmombor tho name Doan's and
take no othor.
DAILY DEMOCRAT WANT ADS.
Not Exceeding 5 Lines 1 Day 10c; 3 Days 25c; 1 Week
40c. Cash With Order.
To sell with tho aid of
small ad. that old piotv
of furniture formoro than
halt enough to pay for the
newthat is want ad
financing although it is
but one of a hundred
phases of It.
WANTED - Woman to do imalffnmily
washing and ironing each week. In-
quire nt Democrat olllco. 262-Gt
WANTED Jinn or woman to solicit
for special newspaper work capable
of earning $26 n week. Apply nt
Elston Hotel between 0:30 nnd 7.W.
YOU ARE ambitious and possess a
least an average amount of tact au
perseverance. Therefore we want
you nml will pay you $75 a month for
taking only four orders a day. You
can earn a big income. We furnil
all supplies free. Write today to
Manager P. 0. Box 1160. New
York City. 261-121
mHni'niiiiiiimnniw iiimTirninin.H iit
Frt SALE Typewriter for sale
ront. U. K. Robinson.
FOR SALE-Bnlod wheat and ont
straw. Clean and suitn.blo for bods
at South Sido Wagon Yard. 259-Gt
POST-Chlld's plain gold bracelet
"It. F." engraved on nettle. Leave
at Democrat office or Ferguson's
rooming house and receive reward.
Findor ploaso roturn
FOUND-Ladios linked gold bracelet.
Inquire of M.C. Allison It 3; 2G0 3t
Bartlesvillo Tho unusual spectacle
of carpenters working n full eight-
hour shift at night has been witnessed
here for the past two weeks. Con
tractors are rushing business build-
ings to completion in order that mer-
chants may occupy the stores for the
Tulsa Thirty thousand acres of land
in tho Arkansas valloy region of Tulsa
and Wagoner counties annually liable
to crop failures owing to overflows is
to bo made safe for cultivation. The
plan for improvement call for a dike
along the river and complete system
Bartlesville An election to vote
$12000 school bonds will bo held
November SO. The proceeds of the
bond sale will bo used to reimburse
the city of Bartlesvillo for real estate
bought for the school district prior to
statehood and to buy a site for tho
new $-15000 high school building.
Oklahoma City The first brooms
made from the Oklahoma broom corn
crop of 1903 were completed at El
Reno and a largo consignment was
sent out of the state to the trade.
The crop this year was much better
than for several years and the yield
is larger. Much of the brush how-
ever has been shipped out of the
stato and will be made up into brooms
at other places.
Guthrie The broom along all in
dustrial lines which has followed the
election has been felt in tho Pan-
handlo country of Oklahoma and Texas
in the form of on increased demand
for farm lands in that section. Re-
cent homeseekers' excursions to Ok-
lahoma and Texas have brought a
large number of progressive buyers to
that section of the country.
FOUND-In tho Daily Democrat Want
ads tho host place to find n buyer for
anything I have and don't need nnd
someone olso might bo looking for
FURNISHED ROOMS for -snt. Mrs.
L. M. Spivoy. Phone 112. 257 tf.
FOUND Those want ads will do all
that publicity can do toward finding
work for workers. 2G2-Gt
HELP Those want ads will help you
if you aro looking for nnythlng in
their lino. 2G2.Gt
WANTED Good clean cotton rags at
tho Democrat ofllco. 2G2-Gt
FOR RENT Thcso want ads will
will causo som e useless "To Lot"
placards to disappear from windows
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Anadarko State Bank.
AT ANADARKO IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA
At the close of business November 27 1908:
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts secured and unsecured
Stocks Bonds Warrants etc .
Banking House Furniture and Fixtures .
Due from Banks
Checks and other Cash Items
Cash in Bank .".
Capital Stock Paid in
Undivided Profits less Expenses and Taxes Paid
Due to Banks .... .
Individual Deposits Subject to Check
Time Certificate of Deposits
Favorites of Fortune.
The Flores mine of San I.u'i- P -tosl
was struck by a poor prlo ' ho
bought an abandoned claim fo- an
"old song" and took 13000000 "-i r h
of Bllver out of It; and tho accld nt '
discovery of silver In the asho o' lis
camp firo mado & millionaire of a u
STATE OF OKLAHOMA. COUNTY OF CADDO ss.
I M. L. HITE President ot the above named Bank do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief so
help me God. -"
M. L. HITE President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of December 1908.
seal jno. E. White
My Commistion expires Oct. 12 1912. Notary Public.
M. D. HITE 1
L. T. MCPHEETERS DIRECTORS.
W. F. DIETRICH J
R'ore 2-54 if
iov the Buyers of
QUALITIES TO CONSIDER IN
MAKING A PURCHASE
YJoc-n It run easy.
Dova it looK good.
:Oooa It m&llo a godd etltch.
l).-ca It sew fast.
it woll made
ii it eaoy to operate.
' it simple in construction.
Coos tho manufacturer put hia
same on it.
:cwing machine recently
)laced on the market by the
crec Sewing Machine Co.
combines the best qualities
of all other machines. It is
the latest best and most corn
plcte achievement in building
of a sewing machine. Com-
pare it with all other ma-
chines in anything in which
.hey claim to excel and you
-ill find -sEREE easily
fREE SEWING MACHINE CO.
For Sale By
J. M. YOUNGBI-OOD Anadarko.
Don't overlook the Dining Room furni-
ture. A set of beautiful dining room chairs
and a table in golden oak or Early English
would make a splendid appearance and add
much comfort and enjoyment to the Christ-
mas'festival. We are offering this week White Oak Dining Chairs at
75c up to $4.50 and Buffett as low as $17.00 and China
Closets from $17.50 up.
KINDEL SOMERSAULTIC DAVENPORTS
GUNN BOOK CASES
HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS
ECCLESTON & COGGINS
Furniture and Urijdertaking.
Day Phone 178
Night Phone 226
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