Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 163, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 10, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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Uufus Miller is fn Enid for'n few
FLOOKENE & DUKENE; Watch
for tholr add. 158 dt(
E A. Kunkol is transacting bualnosa
in Urldgaport today.
Nov P L I'arrington is a Lawton
busInosE visitor today.
Mr and Mra Wm t'opo roturnod this
morning to their homo in Enid.
Mr and Mra. W W Terry aro buai
neis viaitors in Gracomont today.
V M Hnzlott af Fort Cobb ia
ajionding tho day In tho county nciit.
Mra A J Morris went to Verdon
(his morning for n visit with hor par-
ents. 'Miss Eva linger loft this morning
for Lawton for a sitort visit with
Mra. Viola Maxwoll and Hlator of
Enid aro vlsttlnc Miss Lottie Mil
John Wall is who is flick nt tho
homo of hla father is greatly Inv
J F Brown tho iiopular lumber-
man was a business visitor nt Graco
Deputy Sheriff Armstrong and wife
returned Inst night from a buaincas
trip to Norman.
Itov. Mitchell after spending Sun-
day in tho city loft lint night for his
homo in Lawton.
Mra T N GHdewell roturned last
night from Hinton whore she has been
Mra S F Soutwickof Wnltcr trans-
acted busiuoss in tho city botwnon
trains this morning.
Mils Houtrlco Uucklcy of Fort
Cobb spent yostcrdny in thn city with
Miss Mary Candlor.
" Minos Mclilo and Nollio Lata of
llingor spont lust night tho guests of
Mr and Mrs Stove Parker.
Mr and Mr Thomas Taylor of
Kansas City aro visiting Mra Tay-
lor's brothor Will lilevdnnd of this
Miss Hello Sullivan loft this morn
ing lor wnionga wncro she tins no
esptol n position as lelcphono op-
flratnr Mr nnd Mrs 0 P Sknggs loft this
morning for n four wquks ploasuro
trip to Senttlo and Tacomu Wash-
MIsh Moymo Drown of iSdmond who
hen booh yjaiting hor brother Harry
of this .city returned homo this
Mrs Clias Cooper .who lins n tovoro
case of 'typhoid fovor nt tho homo of
her parents in' Vorden is reported
somo bottor. .... . .
Mrs Ethol Hand of Itingwood ro-
turned to hqr homo this morning af-
ter n pleasant visit with hor slater
Mra W J MnXon.
Anna and Louis Acton who have
boon tho guests-of their aunt Mrs
Homer LMnbnr roturned homn to
Clydo Kan. this morning.
Miss "Gertrude Mottmn who hna
been visiting .her brother J J Moth-
vin for tho past two weeks returned
to hor homo in Macon Gn.
Ed Crum returned yosterday from
Oklahoma City'whero he accompanied
Mrs Crum who darted Sunday for
visit to rolativcs in Lccanntor III.
Tho Anndarko Gin company is
moving their gin which was located
it iho corner of Arkansas and
Eleventh streets to tho alto just
iiouth of-tho Tsrry gin.
Mrs A C Layman nnd mother Mrs
T T Baldwin of Woodard woro In4 the
city yesterday on logol bualnosa.
They went to Fort Cobb yoelerday
pvenlng for a few days.
Mr and Mrs 13 W Jones of sovon
mile south of the city left "yesterday
ovoning for a visit with frlonds and
relatives in Aulo Nab TIibv oxpoct
to be gono about two wooks.
Misses Pearl and Nallis Spaulding
of O'Kcene who have boon visiting
frlonds in PnulsValJoy passed through
hero yesterday enrouto to Gracomont
where thoy will visit Mr King's
family. . .
Tho LadicB 'Aid of tho MTE cnurch
will havo their regular social meet
ing with Mrs Chawing Kunklo
Wednesday evening nt eight o'clock.
Everybody invited. Mrs Frcemont
Tormented Two Months It Itched
and Irritated and Scratching Mado
It Worso - Little Sufferer in Ter-
. riblo Plight Several Treatments
of No Avail But at Last tho
DREADFUL DISEASE IS
CURED BY CUTICURA
'Mr alx vcar old dauchtcr had thn
dreadful tllncaso called hives for two
month. Mho became niTecletf bv I
Hlio became nlTeclcd by play-
lne with children who had It nllhouc
wo did tint know It. Hy scratching eho
caused Inrco sores which woro Irritatinc.
Her body was a complcto eoro but It was
worso uii her arms and back. Wo cm-
ployed a phyalclan who loft mcdlclno
but It did not help her nnd I tried sov-
eral rommllM but without avail. Boe-
ing tho C'uticura Ilcmodlcs advertised
I thought I would try them. I iravo
her n hot bath dally with Cutlcura Hoap
nnd nnolntel her body with Cutlcura
Ointment. Tho first treatment rellovcd
tho itching nnd In a Abort tlmo tho dls-
ooao disappeared. I recommend tho
Cutlcura Kennedies for nil skin diseases
nnd nivo thoin my greatest pralso. Mrs.
(loo. h. Frldlioff it. V. I). 1 Wnrrcn
Mich. Juno 30 and July 13 1008."
Boy's Back Raw
Prom Shoulder to Shoulder.
Scratched till Blood Ran.
Cured hy Cutlcura.
"My son's back was raw. from shoul-
der to shoulder nnd tho width of your
hand. I really did not think ho over
would bo cured. Ho would scratch
until tho blood would run nnd ho was
llko a raw pleco of meat. I used differ-
ent kinds of things but each kind mado
It worso until I rend of tho Cutlcura
Remedies nnd ono enko of Cutlcura
Soap and ono box of Cutlcura Ointment
cured him llko magic. I would not bo
without it In tho house nnd I hnvo recom-
mended it to all my frlonds. Mrs. J.
1). Maxwoll nth St. Woodhldo Ixmg
Island N. Y May 21 1008."
Onninim Kiitnui nnd Internal Trratmtnt foi
limy Humor nt InfAnn. miklrrn nnd AiluU. ron-
jtt ot CUtkiira Moftu (86c l to riMriM th Skin.
OlUkun Otatimnl (Sfa J to llml the Skin nnd Oitt-
CtlfA ltMnlvtlt linn V Inr fn th farm tt OuuwtUt.
td I'llh 3b. per vll nt 00) To Purtfr the Wood.
.1 thmtMtoul Ikownriil.
roiirr l)ru A Owm
BJTMliM I'm- Cultourn Hook on Skin DlwaMi.
rtt- MM ProM- lltwlan. MUM
FLOORENE & DUHENEj Watch
fpr their add. 158 dtf
Joseph Koch nnd children who
hnvo been living in Duncnn tho past
two yonra have returned to Anndnrko
whero thoy will mako their home.
Mr Koch owns n fino farm south of
Improve Your Place
I am still soiling stock from ono
of tho best Nurseries in our ''own
state cl"so by. Stock will got horo
tho snmo dnv it ia loaded on tho cars
therefore it isnlivo nnd suio to grow.
Rut I hnvo no fine specimons to show
you that havo been grown 1000 miles
fiom horo nnd in a different climato
nnd In dlUorcnt uround. I am living
here and you :nn find mo if you have
any complaint to make. I will call
on you beforo timo to prtler for fall.
J. A. Ilockor
159 Gtd ltw Box 543.
Bids for Oats and Hay
Tho mayor and council hnvo author-
ized mo to ndvortlso for bids on 275
bushels of onts samo to bo frco from
all dirt. wcedH and weed soeds. Al-
so 8 tons of good clean bright prairio
hay. Dlds to bo opened Mondny night
Aug 1C 1009. Council reserves
right to rejoct'nny or nil bids. Bids
to bo filed with city clerk.
Washington's Plague Spots
llo in tho low marshy bottoms of
ttio Potomac tho breeding ground of
malaria germs. Thoso germs causo
chills fovor and aue bllliousness
jaundice lastdtude woaknoss nnd
genornl dobllity and bring sufforing
or dentil to thousands yearly. But
Elootric Uittors never fnils to destroy
them and cur malaria troublos.
"They art the bast all-round tonic
and cure for malaria I ovor uiod"
writer R M. .In mas ot I ouallen S
C. Thoy euro Stomach Liver Kidney
nnd Blood Troubles and will prevent
Typhoid. Try thorn 50c. Gunrnntoed
by tho Pioneer Drug Storo.
To pay your telephone bill
by August 15th and avoid
having your telephone ser-
Lots in Oklahoma City or Anadar
l;o to exchango for Kcmington type-
writer. Baldwin &Gibbs Co.
162 2ld Carnegie Okla.
EDITOR PAID FOR PRIVILEGE.
Hired Reporter for One Day That He
Might Have Satisfaction of
Quo of tho oddest quaintest chnrac
(era that ovor held tr.- dsk of mnn
ngltiB editor was II. T. White of C'h
caRo. Many people t.l conser M.
White ono of the K.ei'.em riMi
men that ever Itwf but tlmt '(: .i
count ono way or t!io ohr vv.imi I-
unlquunoss Is nnlrr d b ms on. T.
never km but ore H. T " hi e .
It Is nu cronbot that tlier will new
Ono afte;ri(.on when Mr. While w.
managing tditor of tho lnlly Nwr I.
utrnyed out Into I tin local room mv
theto found a cool complacent youc
mnn roostliiK 'op or a desk ntul puff
liiK an Infeilc. clRarettc
Bay you usaless rI ed son ot
mii obelisk." (hiiuderui Mr. White
'i'n't ou seo thnt s'gn. 'No amok-
Sow tlmt you remind mo about It"
said tho young man agreeably. "I
think I do."
"You think you do?" roared the
Ihb. "Vou know you do! Now young
imin. whoever you mny bo you go
down to the eashlor nnd tell him I
unld to glv you whntevor's coming to
you. Then you get out! You're fired. '
Tho young mnn waved the cigarette
In mild protost.
"But Mr. White" said ho. "I'm not
working here. I Just came up to see
If I could got a Job"
Mr. White who was not personally
acquainted with nny ot the minor
lights of tho local staff was dum-
foundod for nn Instant. Then ho
"Well then you Insolent Imperti-
nent bat-faced baboon you go to the
city editor and toll 1dm I said to put
you to work. And to-morrow you
strlpod hyena or tho Gobi desert I'll
hnvo tho Batisfoctlon of nrlng you!"
And ho had It while tho young man
got ono dny's pay.
ARC MARVELS OF ENDURANCE
East African Carriers Said to Make
Light of Feats That Would Stag-
ger a Mule.
A carrier costs about 10 cents n day
lu our money with a fow red bananas
nnd groon stuff thrown In for his food
One will "toto" n load of sixty pound
through a plnco whoro a Missouri
mulo would llo down In disgust nc
cording lo a writer In Tutnam's. Tot
In hero monns a good many things
Tho pnekors will follow an elephant
load cut their way through flags and
reeds high nhovo their bonds wndo
through black mud up to their necks
and when they "squat" tho bundle
from tholr bends It will bo dry and
clean. Thero aro man toters In the
envuvnn. Mr. Roosevelt Is a rathor
heavy weight but tho Baganda car
riers hnvo bnck musclos like Iron that
will hold him nbovo tho water tin
aided for thoy aro among tho strong
est men in tho world nnd "Ndulu" 1
tho song In which they brag of tholr
ability to do "stunts" llko this. If
Kormlt takes n snapshot of his fathor
sitting on tho shouldors nt a toter his
logs astrldo his nock It will probably
not be published but this sort of
thing Is common enough in the
Somo funny things go Into those
bundlos. Not only food and clothing
dishes bedding ovon stoves but the
tlo llvo goats nnd cnlvos by their logs
curvo them like links of tho letter &
and make a pack as snug as a blanket
It was hardly dawn nnd the window
was opon. Tho Intruder had clambered
up tho front porch nnd tho Interior ol
tho room looked Inviting. Ho could
see thnt It was tho abode of somo
porson of wealth. Thero woro costly
ornaments about tho room nny one
ot which would bring hnndsomo re-
turns at a pawnbroker's. A gold clock
ticked on tho mantol and a silver
Borvico glistened on tho tnblo.
On a couch lay a man sleeping
nenvuy. ins raco was red nnd hla
hairless crown glistened In tho first
faint glow of day.
"This Is fine" muttered the intrude
or. "Here's a baldheadod man flrsl
thing. Tho season Is opening In grenl
And tho first fly crawlod over the
window sill and tho soason of torture
Saw Battle In Crowds.
England's airship invasion scare has
recalled to a writer In tho London
Chronicle nn aerial specter wlinh ap-
penrod long beforo tho flying machine
bad shown any signs ot flying At
Christmas timo 1042 tho people ol
Kenlton in Northamptonshire woro
alarmed by the apparition of tho renl
combat which had recently takon
place nt Edgehill. This ghostly flghl
was said to havo been fonght several
nights nnd witnessed not only by tho
yokels but oven by special representa-
tives of the king who recogniiud
among tho fighters mnny of their
frlonds who had porlshed.
One Way to Get Rain.
Last Biimmor tho Sicilians stifforci
from drought. Tho ponsunts hnplorof
hoavon for rain but without effect
Saint 8ebastlan was besought bu
.ho seemed indifferent to tho tompora
wants of tho people. Somo one on tin
present ocension has hit upon a novo
idea and when tho statuo of tho sain
wns carried in procession thoy slue1
iu his mouth a bit of fish tho hardos
iid dryest that thoy could find. 1
now remains to bo coon whether thl
roceduro will havo tho desired el
Not Exceeding Fivo Lines Ono day
10c 3 Days 26c; 1 Week. tOc. Cash
FOR SALE House and lot; 5 rooms
and lot well-Improved otherwiso
GO-dtf R K. Robinson.
FOR TRADE-1C0 aero farm well
improved to trado for business
property in Anadtrko or Oklahoma
City. Apply to C. E. Dressing-
ton. Anndarko. 1G3 3td
FOR SALE A lino Jersey cow cheap
Sco 1 C Stacy 1C2 4td
FOR RENT Nicely furnished or un-
furnished rooms 302 West Okla-
homa Ave. 157 Gtd
To pay your telephone bill
by August 15th and avoid
having your telephone ser-
First pub Aug 6 last Aug 17 09
Stato of Oklahoma County of
C A. Clovcland X'laintilT
Georgo D. Driskcll and
Emma D. Drsikcll Defendants.
Notico is hereby given that by
virtuo of an order of salo to mo di-
rected and dclivorcd nnd now in my
hands issued out of tho Clerk's oflico
of tho Fifteenth Judicial District
Court Stato of Oklahoma in and for
tho County of Caddo upon n judg-
ment of foreclosure rendered in said
Court in favor of C. A. Cleveland nnd
against Georgo D. Driskoll and Em-
ma D. Driskcll 1 havo Iovicd upon
tho following described roal cstato of
said defendant to-wit: Lots num-
bers nineteen nnd twenty (19) (20)
in block number thirty-five (35)
of tho City of Anndarko according
to tho original plat thereof and
that I shall on Monday tho Gth a ay
of Sept. A. D. i909; at tho hour of
2 o'clock p. m.. of said day and at
tho front door of tho Court. House in
Anndarko. in said County nnd Stato
proceed to sell tho right titlo and
interest of the above named Georgo
D. Driskcll nnd Emma D. Driskcll
in and to tho nbove described prop-
erty to satisfy said judgment and
costs amounting to Fiftcon hundred
eighty two dollars togother with all
accruing costs of sale nnd interest
on tho samo from the 19th day of
April 1909 at the rate of 10 per
cent tier nnnuoi at nublic auction
to the highest bidder for cash.
Sheriff of Caddo County Stato of
Dated at Anndarko Oklahoma
this Gth day of August 1909.
First pub Aug G Last Aug 17 09
In County Court
Stato of Oklahoma County of
In tho matter of tho estato of C.
N. Childress deceased.
To the heirs aextof kin and cred-
itors of C. N. Childress deceased.
You aro hereby notified that Nora
Ii. Childress has applied to tho
County Court ot Caddo County State
of Oklahoma for Letters of Admin
IstraMon on tho estate of C. N. Chil
dress deceased to bo granted to J. P. !
ChildrtBs and that said application!
will be heard t tho Court room of j
said Court in tho City of Anndnrko in .
Dntrl Pnnnf.. fin tlin 9fl rlnu nf Allrrlisf'
1909 at 9 o'clock a. m. at which
timo nnd plnco any porson interested
may appear and show causo if nny
they havo why such potition should
not bo granted.
Witness my hand and tho Seal of
said Court horounto affixed this Gth
day of August 1909.
H 'JS. F. Holding
(Seal) JJ County Judge.
By Ivv Schoenhoven Deputy Clerk.
. E. S. Parker
Contractor and Builder
Shop on A street South of Pair
Store. Estimates .Furnished and
R. K. ROBINSON
Practico in the Stato nnd Federal
Courts nnd beforo tho Departments of
Don't be deceived by a catchy low price that is
offered by someone else at the expense of quality. This
is something we never do. We never sacrifice quality in
any degree in order to make low price.
Our furniture we guarantee there is no speculation
when you buy from us. Isn't it a confortable feeling when
you own something that you know has to be right? That
is the satisfaction you get when you buy from
Ecclesfon L Coggins
The Store of Quality
Furniiurc and Undertaking
Day Phono 178.
Drouh and Hard Times
May effect and cramp business in a
general way but remember these
conditions will not in least endanger
the loss of a penny of your funds if
Where deposits are absolutely pro-
tected by our STATE GUARAN-
THE ANADARKO STATE BANK.
t Plumbing and Tinware
T We have the only up-to-date
m stock of Plumbing goods and nil
ttooung riaie uave rrougns mugo koii vnuey nn. wcu unsinpr
Pumps. Windmills. Tanka and all sizes of Pipes and Fittings. Wo
do all kinds of well work pump repairing driving pumps repairing
sccam pumps gasounc engines
of plumbinc and steam and hot
We Guarantee nil Work
When you havo a job of any
flguro nn it. Wc are here for
Call and Bee us or phono
R. L. Mitchell Mgr. 211 WBroadwayJ
North of Court House Square An'iunrko.
J. F. Mitchell Jewelry Co.
ffioneer t&bdtraet oA
I 'Odlcat Abstract cmpani( in taddo Comity
DEMOCRAT FOR NEWSY NEWS
Night Phono 226
shop In tho city. We carry a full
kinds of Tin and Galvanized Iron
sicam engines ana pui in an Kinus a
water hoatinir plants.
kind in our lino como in and let us
business. Please remember tho num-
Beauty and Value
There is no end to our Jewelry
Bargains and people who want
real value in an article when they
buy it for personal use or as a H
love token or offering will find
that our prices are as attractive
as our manv charming novelties
in bracelets rings and jewelry.
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