Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 24, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 11, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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The Daily Democrat
W. II. STEPHENS. Kdltor and Puts
Entered at the postofllcc nt Anadarko
Okla. us Becond-clasg matter
Pnlillsliud Dally Except Sunday
it 11 10
10 Cant a Wcok
Oflico Phono No. 33.
Thoro nro tmios whou tlio pow-
ors of govorninont qtiibblo ovor
Hinnll mutters. Jt has boon plain-
ly ovidont for boiiio timo thnt
tlioro is only ono wny to oust old
Iluorta; Hint is to tnko him by tho
kunpoof tho nock and tho bigoml
f his panfs and pitch him bond
lm. !"" u ciirtus pntch.
?' w ' .irk ih without eggs just
1' ii!. oftliat! and ugg.nogg son
son nnj ronohing.
Tlio Antlers Hcconl Btops nsidt
long uuoiigh to iiifoim J. Elinor
Thomns of I.nwtou thnt his com-
mission idea forstnto govorumont
will not hold wntor. It lias too
many knot holoa in it Bosidos
tlioro nro othor sorious obstacles
tho most important of which is tho
constitution of tho I'nitod States
which guarantees to every Btnto
in tlm Union it ropublicnii form of
govorninont. Tho truth is tlioro
is n great doid of buncomo about
tliiB commission form of govorn-
mont any wny. All government
doponds on tlio men at the holm.
Tho Control Mothodist Confer-
vwico of tlio Al. JO. Citirch South
The Phone will Bring it
an If - Mil
Lyon & Mathews Co.
Hoick Autos nre here th-j best in tho land
Keliulile I nrs to suit i-vcp.v dftnund.
i f linproviMiionis the lutcst in whole and in part
And eW'c:ri"al!y liod to Hjrlit und to start.
I'on't forirct our jood service in Livery wu
We nro hre with the Roods in the nitfht or the d.v.
And pleaain" homo public ami travel Id? njen '
You rct autUfttittion and coiuu buck again.
Cood iiiBchiinles are hvre for work In repair
All klud of fixinrf at rates eiv fair.
Hi-pairing that d u by tho methods 0. K.
And -five. satUfuction day aftor day.
Guod tiree. sse3iorioi and auto supplies.
I'xci'llcnt (piulttieb ht" jou oar buy.
Pioneer Drug Store
A FineJIine of tlio Lntest Designs of
' WALL PAP&R
Also nny and
Paints Oils Brushes Glass
A FRESHline of DRUGS
always kept on hand.
Karl Douglas Pro
Main Street near Postoffice.
f Texns pned n rasolntion to
ohnngo tho nnmo of tho otniroh.
Tho resolution nsks thnt horonftor
tho nnmo of this body bo known
ns tho Kptseopnl Methodist church
instead of tho Mothodist lipisco-
pnl church South. Tho movo hnB
at lenst this much to rocoinmond
it tho mime fs simplified unil oon-dousod.
Tho ".Just Wo Dancers" club
onjoyod n six couplo ilnncu in thoir
hnll on Broad wny Monday night.
HofroshmontH woro served nnd a
vory plonsnnt ovoniug spout ;
Call A 13 C. Phono 2 for
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. IJ. Widnmnn
Edith Widnnma nnd William
Browstor MoFnilycn went to Chick
nshn Tuesdnv morning in their
nuto. From thoro thoy took tho
train for Oklnhoiim Oitv wlioro
thoy will spend a fow dnys
ltt'v. .). J. Moth vi u mid Kov.
nnd Mrs. W. K. Humphreys ro
turned homo from Norinnti Tues
dny where thoyhnvo boon attend-
ing tho Southern Mothodist con-
I'oronco. Thoy brought bnck tho
news of tho returning of Row
IIiimphroyB to Annanrko for nn-
othor year. This of courao wns
oxpoolod. This honor is duo him
nnd his friends in tho city nro
plensod to hnvo him return ns
well ns his church mombors.
Miss JJoss Ives of Apucho.spont
Mondny with her broth or Wnltor
lvos who is now oniployed by tho
Voiinghoiin clothing Btoro. Sho
roturno'd homo Tuosdny.
Dr. King's New Discovery
KILLS THE COUCH. CfRES THE l.UNGS:
If You call No. 23. We 'give
prompt attention to Telephone
Orders and 'will send you Coal
We'd rather do it now than
later on when all those slo.w peo-
ple are sending in their orders on
a cold day.
Then somebody may have to
nil kinds of
notick op pubLic balk of
KIOWA. COMANCHK APACtlE
AND WICHITA INDIAN LANDS
Notice fs hereby given that the land
dCHcrtbed in the attached schediila
will be sold at public auction "under
tho supervision of James W. Witten.
Superintendent of the Opening nnd
Snlo of Indian Lands at the City of
Lawton Oklahoma beginning Monday
Decomber 8 1913. Tlio lands will be
sold for not leas than $1.25 per acre
the purchasers will be mpilri'd to pay
ono-t'ourth of the purchase money
down tho balance in four equal
annual Installments with inU-rcst on
deforrtd payments at the rate of four
percent per nsnum. Bids may be
mado in person or by upont and pur-
chasers will not be required to show
qualifications as to age. citizenship or
otherwise and no residence improve-
ments or cultivation will be required.
Patents will iiue us soon after lull
payment as possible. All settlers who
were in Koort faith occupying any o
said lands on Jnnuary 1 1U13 are here-
by notified that they may purchaso the
same at their appraised value by pre-
senting to the proper United btatcs
Lund Oflice. at any time before March
1 1U11 but not thereafter their applL
callous therefor accompanied by the
necewnry payment. All persona claim-
Inie such preference rihi are required
to lllo notice of their clulms support-
ed by their affidavits and corrobor-
ated by the oaths of two witnesses
with Jlr. James Witten Superin
tendent of sale Luwton Oklahoma
on or before December 8 lOl.'l. Alt
lands so occupied will be offered for
anient public auction subject to suoh
rixht of purchase. Andricus A. .Topes
First Assistunt Secretary of the In-
terior. Kchdule of lands Tho ofTerlnjr on
December 8. 191SI. will include tracts
numbered from 1!) to C2 inclusive env
braclnj' 3lU0.Gt acres in Caddo
County Oklahoma described as f 1-
lovs: Lot 3 S. of. R.J Sec. 2T. 7 N.
It 0V.;Lot4 IS. of H Sec 29
and Lot 1 N. of Jt. Sec. 31 T. 7 N.
It. 10 W: Lot 1 (s. of It) See. 4
Lot 5 (N. of It.) Sec. M and Lot 1
(N. of It.) Ser. 15 T. 7 N. It. 11 W.;
Lots G 7 8 9 10 11. 12 Sec. 1 and
Lots 2 1 Sec 2 T. 12 N. It. 11 V.:
Lots 3 4 Sec 19 Lots 1 2 3 4 K. i
SW1 WJ SKL See. 30 und Lots 3
4 KJ SU'l Sec. 31 T. 5 N. It. 12
W'.; Lot 4 LS. of It.) Sec. 11 T. 7 N.
It. 12 W.; SKI and SWL Sec. 33 T. 8
N.. It. 12 W.; SE1 SKI Sec. 9 SW1
See 10 SEJj. SWI see. 14. Lot 4.
Sec. 19 KJ SK See. 23 NWJ and
SKJ Sue. 25 NLi NW1. Sec. 20
SKi SEi. and SWi SWL Sec 29
NWI SKI Si SKI SKI NWJ Ki
SWi anil Lota 2 3 and 4 Section 30
Lots 1 2. 3 4 EJ NWJ EJ SWJ and
SEJ Se. . 31 anU SEJ Sec 32 T. 6
N. It. 13 W.; Lot 4 (S. of It Sec. 2l
and Lot 1 S of It. Sec 22rT. 8 N.
R. 13 V.
On Thursduy. December 31 1913
there will he olfered for sale tho follow
Inj; land reserved for School and
Ajjoncy purposes: EJ SWJ' Sec. 26.
T. 9 N R. 11 V.; NWJ SWJ Sec. 1
FEJSKJ. Sec. 2 T. 7 N. It. 12 W.;
SWJ SWJ Sec 2 T. 7 N It. 12 W.:
SEJ SKJ See. 14; T. 8 N It. 13 W.;
Lot 1 2 Sec-10 Lot 5 Sec. 11 Lot 1
Sec. 14 T. 7 N. It. 10 north of
Washita River; fractional 31 Sec. .11
SWJ Sec. 12. Ni NWJ Sep. 13 NEJ
Nl NWJ. SEJ NWJ. east of railway
NJ NEJ SWJ east of Wye' WJ SEJ.
Sec. 14 T. 7 N. R. 10 W. south of
river. The otTerlnj' also includes land
in Custer Blaine Canadian Grady
Stephens Jefferson Cotton Tillman
Kiowa and Comanche Counties and
lands reserved for School and Agency
purposes Oklahoma 3GC7532 acres in
all. About 100 tracts will be offered
daily: 381 tracts in all arc to be
offered A comiileto schedule of the
land to bo offered will be advertised!
In the daily "Leader" published at
Guthrie Oklahoma and in the "Dahy
Oklahoman" published at Oklahoma
City Oklahoma and copies of such
schedule muy bo obtained on applica-
tion to the Register nnd Reccl.er U.
S. LanU Office. Guthrie Oklahoma or
to tlio "ommissiuner of tho General
Land office Washington D C.
'"i i'i' 'i "m n-fn- niiri-vvvvvvvvyivvvvM
m aa &'& n mr
Succeed hi;n everything i-lse falls.
In tuiA nt oi -at ion an d t lerr ate
U ' .... . - K.r ... .'... ..
terr'cdy as thouarda ha totifcd- r'
mo lftrt3CV Ivtrern n Air
i wr ri viib iiit Rn ;rv i
k it tho bed meduine ejr soldi
over Uruggista coun
r. ' L
LIVED ON '
' RAW EGGS
Mr. Richard's Experience With Dif-
ferent Diets. Peaches and
Buttermilk for Three Years.
Cecilton. Md. Mr. George .Ktdmrds
of tills place duruiK the nut. 12 j pars
has nrobahly tried more diltocaf diets
(hait llie average person would e.Ver ihK;
in a flfeujne. .... . .
Wind lie has to say about his expert-
m.'iitS must therefore be hifelily ineTC?t-
ingto anyone snitrrinK Irom'jndiBesUor
or stoinacli troubles of any fclnfl. .
He says: "For more tlmrt 12 years.
I suffered with stomach troubles and
paid hundreds of dollars for.doclor billi
and inedicineir. 1 was also operated on
for piles. '
I lived on dried peaches and buttermilk
for nearly three years. The only Hung
that would not give me pain was raw eggs
I was a physical wreck. 1 could no
sleep and was as near crazy as a mar
could well be.
1 must say that after taking two 2a-ceni
packages of Thcdford's Black-Draught
it did me more good than all 1 ever spen!
for other medicines.
I have been working dally on the farm
ever since and 1 am as hard as iron."
This purely vegetable remedy has been
In successful use for more than 70 years.
KS W i
At The tnurches
r. E. Church Sotth.
Sttndny Sohool 10 n. r.
Proncliitig nt 11 n. ni. nnd s
Junior Longito 11 p. in. with Mrs.
Kpworth Longtio 6 ''iO p. in.
Evcrbody wolcoino Coino and
worship with ua.
Morning subject "Tlio wny to
Ho n von"!
Kvorybody wolcoino corno nnd
worship with ua.
W. E. Humphroy pnstor
Sunday School JhJii n. m. .
Pronching 11 n in nnd 7:150 p. in
Chriatinn Eritienror pin.
Rov. W. AV. Phnroa Pnstor.
Sundny School '.):! n. ni.
II n. in. Public" worship nnd
0:.'50p. in. Longuo Souior.
7 :.'i0 p. in. Public worship nnd
Thttrsdny 7:30 p. in. Prnyor
Social Union First ml Third
Wudnosdny pf ench month.
Missionnry Society Fourth
Thursduy of onoh month.
S. V.-Fnit Pnstor
Mass ovory Sunday nt 10 a. in.
Sunday school ovory Sunday nt
Kossnry nnd bonodiction ovory
Sunday nt 3 p. in.
Evory First Sundny of month
Communion Mnss nt S n. m
Iiibs ovory Sundny nt St. Pat-
rick's Mission at 8 a. in.
Fathor Isidoro Ricklin Pnstor
Mothodist Episcopal Cluirch.
Sunday School at '.1 : 15 n. ni.
Prencliing nt 11 o'clock n.m.
Junior Longtio ! u in.
Epworth Lohkuo (5:.'i0 jim.
Pronching at 7:.'K)o'clock p. in.
All oro invited to attend.
Ira L.Grrfbtrce Pastor.
Sunday school ii.-lo a. in
Prencliing sorviso 11.00 n. in.
P. Y. P. LT.
Prencliing nt nsunl hours.
Jiivoryono cordiully invited.
J. M. Jones Pnstor.
WORDS FROM HOME
Statements That May Be Investigated.
Testimony of Anadarko Citizens.
When an Anadarko citizen conies to
the front telling his friends and
uelghbors of his experience you can
rely on his sincerity. Tho statements
of people residing In far away places
do not command your confidence.
Home endorsement Is the kind that
backs Doan's Kidney Pills. Suoh tes'
tlaiony Is convincing. Investigation
(troves it trie llalow is a statement
of an Anadarko resident. No stronger
proof of merit lau bo had.
Mrs. Cora A. Johnston Mam St.
Anadarko Okla says: "I am woll
aware of tho merit of Doan's Kidney
Pills nnd I am freo to say that thoy
dtU'pnu of uy family tt world of good.
lione to whom I refer had weak
kidneys for years and used various
reined leu and tried other means' td
get. a cure but fulled As soon at
Doan'n Kidney I'Hls were taken re-
lief iiiiiio and it was not loug before
the ktilnois wfro normal." .'
For eale by all dealer.fPrJce iD
cants. Fovter-Mllbur. Co. OifftKi
V.... t. v
name Doan"saad !
take no other.
Eczema and Itching Cured
Tho soothing honling modicu-
timi in Dr. Hobson's eczema oint-
ment ponotratos ovory tiny poro
of tho skin clears it of nll'im-
puritios stops itching iustnntl).
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Dnys
Your JruagUt will rrfurnl money II J'AZO
Ol.srMliNT fall) to cure any cat o.' It'Uiie.
tall) to cure any can o
lllind IllMUiiiijr l'rotrmling Pllei In 0 to 1 1 m.71.
The iir.t ajlWUian gi.caKaw and Kelt.
Frank Lnw dyos your shoes right
now. t-iires them n glowing Shine.
Makes old shoes look now.
fHCe get Immediate relief from
riLLJ Dr. Snoop's Magic Ointment
Wanted A young lndy of good
nppenrnnco to Cnll on tho Indies of
Anadarko. This is no fako but n
No 1 proposition. ( tommissiou to
stnrt. If S3 to $5 por dny looks good
to you write for pnrtioiifnrs. Ad-
dross Wnltor Henry K. F. D. 4.
V. -akness and Loss or Appetite
The Did Standard general strengthening tonic.
Day Phone 178; Night Phone 226
Real Estate Co.
List your property with tho
Anndurko Konl Estate Co. otlico
in Democrat building. Phono 33
If you want to buy or sell cnll
nnd sou tho Anadarko Kotl Estnto
1 For snln Lnrgo rooming
house with storngo rooms; close
in nnd cheap as dirt.
For snln or rent A woll equip-
ped bakery. A first clnss ovon
nd storo building lino locntion ;
n bargain. Will oithor sell or
For sale or trndo Eighty acres
ono nnd ono hnlf milo west of
Knnnwn Okln. sixty-six noros in
cultivation 'i'wo sots of hpusos
bams wells and other improve
monts. A bargain.
For snlo -Good woll built five
room house lights good woll
barn tine shado trees on oast
north boundry. Also a 1 room
houso goodx wjII barn on dust
north boundry n suro bargain.
Two bargain's A iivo room
modern cottage nico location onj
Central boulevard. Also u four
room house with lights good lo-
cation on Kontuoky nvonuo.
For Snlo. A nice homo in
good location moder.t house
fino rooms. Chenp.
For snlo or trade A 210 aoro
farm in Sominolo County. Good
inprovomonts. 70 ncros in culti-
vation 200 acros tilnblo' 10 acres
good bottom land two good wells
nlso good spring Jnnnoh. Owuor
wunts to get in Caddo County.
Wo wish to Announce to the
pooplo of Anndurko and vicinity
thnt wo hnvo purchasod tho un-
dertaking goods fuuoral supplies
nnd rolling stock of Itufus Shnw
una nro now loqnted 203 Wost
Ikoadway firstd'or wost of tho
A. 13. C. StorjejrjAsf north of court
C'uIIb answered promptly. Phone
2&Ior2;ia B. F. Elliott A-Co.
Have Your Roof Fixed
I nni prepared to r!x old :(
dr put on new one?. Seo ino if
your roof needs fixiug.
A. W. Hess &n K. Wash. bt.
B. F. ELLIOTT
Oflieo Phono 281.
Hesidonco Phono 223.
jNowscuIo thnt will weigh 2000
lbs. to tho ton. Coal coal cool.
Anadarko Ico Co.
Suing ARHfCA SALVi
Jeaiv E Yates
Insurance and Rentals
Office iu rear of ITaional Bank
In County Court
Stnto of Oklahoma j
County of Caddo. ss
In tho innttor of tho es'tnte of
J W. Hnnipton deconscd:
To tho heirs next of kin nnd
croditors of J. W. Hnnipton
You nro horoby notified thnt
Mrs. Olivo B. Hnmpton hnB np-
pliod to tho roiinty county oourt
of Cnddo county Stnto of Okln-
inn for letters of administration
en tho estnto of said J V flump
ton deceased to bo crnnted to
tho Bnid Olivo U Hnmpton nnd
that said npplicntion will bo henrd
nt tho court room nf said oourt in
tho city of Anadarko in snid
county on tho 2."th day of No-
vember. 1S13 nt '.) o'clock n in at
which timo nndplaconny porson
interested niny nppour nnd show
cati8o if nny they have why such
petition should not bo grouted.
Witness my hnnd and the seal
said court hereunto nflixed this
lth dny of November P. 113.
(Sonl) 0. Itoss ilumo
( ounty Jttdgo.
National Bank Building
Anadarko - Oklahoma.
For quick action best terms and
rate on s
FARM AND CITY LOANS
See me before closing loan.
List your lands fpr sale or trade.
Ladies of tho M. Cliuroh
(south) will givo n Kimono bazaar
Christmas novoltios nnd cooked
food snlo Saturdny Nov. 2lth.
A rooming houso nil clear of
dobt will trndo for land or resident
tf. Baldwin-Gibbs Co
The ladios of tho Christian
Church will hnvo thoir Bazaar
Doceutbor (1th. Don't forgot tho
date. Also n cooked food snlo. Q
The luflies of tho Cutliolio
'ChdrclV "wilt gie their bazaar and
cooksd food snlo on Saturday Dec. f
' Baet grndo 6f AKtilfn soed for
snlo $H 'par' busliol MoWothy
Ono Grent Western Kound Onk
boating stovo good ns new. Dr.
C. P. Wnrron HIT W. Mnin st.
Wnnted Tcrbuy 2 rojin houso
to move. "W'ndo Alooro Naisho.
For salo or trade Two good
farms in Pottawatomie Co Wnnt
io trndo for Gaddo County property
For Snlo Opo do.on White
Plymouth Kosk ohickons Pete
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