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LOCAL ITEMS I
Joo Conloy roturnod from
Shamroo!, Toxab on business,
"Roxall" RoraodloB at Stoph
onson's Drug Store. 254 tf
Mrn. Bon Popojoy has pur
chased a now Stoinway piano.
Guy Gillotto wont to Lawton
thlo morning; to nttond U, S.
"Roxall" Romodiae at Stoph
onoon'o Drug storo, 254 t
'Baturdnyo ohooolato croama 20
-oonta a pound nt Stephenson's
rug store. 254 it
iMIbb Ealciwaudah and Mias
Tatyopa are visiting frionda in
Ft Cobb this wook.
Finoat ohooolato oroama at
StophonHon'a Drug atoro. 254 tf
Mrs, B. F. Holding wont to
Hobart thia morning to attond a
FinoBt ohooolato creams at
StophonBon'a Drug atoro. 254 tf
J. L. Ayors, of tho Hammort
& Ayora firm, roturnod laat night
from a viait with hia paronla in
Saturdays ohooolato oroama 20
cnln a pound at Stophonson'a
Drue: iloro. 254 tf
CuaR, Wotfr - r't Apaoho, iB in
tho city looking up a location ae
lit intends to make Anadarko
hie home in the ntiir future.
Cough ! Cough I Oough ! Stop
It. Rexall Cherry juieo will do
" it at Stephonson'a drug atoro. tf
Mrs. C. L. Orth and C. D
Wallaoi, who hod boon viaiting
with J P. Brown and family, re
turned to their homoB in Mangum
Cough ! Couch ! Cough 1 Stop
it. Roxall Chorry juioo will do
t at Swphcnson'e druc atoro. tf
Tboie oil paintod piotures at
the Baxaar for 53 cents aro a
map. 252 d4
I NEW USE FOR OLD WHEUL.
WWt Farm Gate Is Easily Moved by
If a' wide farm gate Is wanted, one
that will open and close readily, and
that without much outlay, you ran
hare It if you are lucky onough to
own an old wheel. Tho ulcturo nhowa
A Gate Easy to Handle.
how It Is done. A gate Is built, lona
enough to go hetweeu the noita sot,
and a solid iost sawed off nt oue ulila
two feet above the ground. Tho mid
dle rib of the gate la left long enough
to rest on thia low ioat. It must be
thick to take a pin or an iron lwlt
that la driven Into the post. At the
other end, explains Purm and Home,
It la worked down to act as an axla
for the wheel which carries the end
of the gate around with the least e
.4rtioa on the part of the operator.
OlitT FOR THE PARMKR.
The loader and the hay fork make
"the Job shorter and easier than ever.
How about that old leaky wooden
tank? A' cement tank will not dry
It the cellar nedi ventilation, and
federally does, open the doom and
wtadawB at night instead of In the
daytime. Have screens to keep oat
sate, rata, etc.
Belt Ue earth. Remember the aft
tatlon la death to al wrongs ot the
apIL never devised a more use
ful ftd Yaluable Instrument than the
hoe to all JU foriDB.
' The greatest aid or all Is your faith
ful team; ' See to it that your horses
te not pestered by flies and that they
ajre properly fed and watered. They
ears hunaa treatment.
Btny right by the creamery, even
though the supply of milk at your
npcv eUOat Owl iuu vivuuiurf
-- - - nai-l Un sam 'twtal
yUUl liVrV l. V4MI f BUI VUUU
.Humor of the Stage.
i ' conn liana bupiosed to 1)0
. liiinv l i" In uur travesties aro
...im-r made u , Iribhraeu with
green whiskers, or Ccrmaas orslng
on ituboclllty. In l'umco the stage
luii t la a cuilcatu of the Knclleh
,:loi -i.t'icr. in yo. i'i a fioak im
ii .i ii i 1 1 our vdLiic -'Hi of "Uneie
vu'i '- '. . .t-l Mnjpult.'
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NEW KIND OF SATIN.
Indication That Modified Empire
Styles Are to Be Worn.
Thoro la n now wenvo of sntln Just
displayed which Is extra wide. It has
been woven for the use of the dress
makers who have orders for the modi
fied empire skirt, which Is not gored.
This seoins to Indicate oarly In the
toason thnt the great designers lntond
to keep to this model for tho fall
styles. It will not be extreme, but
probably carried out on the lovely
slender lines that the later empire
In this extra wide lustrous satin
there Is a new shade ot golden brown
called rum. There are also dark grays
In the soft smoke and elephant shsdes,
and it is whispered that tlieao will
make up tho dominant gowns,
The new myrtlo tones are also of
this satin and the brilliant genua, lies
The grays will be embroidered In
heavy ollk bullion and padded silk
floss in three shades ot grny. Iloro
and there there will bo a touoh ot sll
vor frlngo, nud when tho gowns aro
built for olabornto evening wear, to
he worn with a list, tlto sublines and
long, wrlnklod sleeves will be ot tho
new coarse tulle embroidered with
silver and rhluestonos.
Thoro seems to bo a good deal ot
ovldonce coming from all jitlos that
tho dull grays aro to tnko tho plnco
of vivid colors for elaborate gowns.
NEED OF ENOUGH SLEEP.
Perfect Health Can Not Be Attained
or Kept Without It.
The amount of sloop one needs va
ries, like everything olse, with the in
dividual, but for the nverage person
eight hours of sloop every night is
Just about right. When slcop has been
missed it ought to be made up by a
nap on the following day. Sleep is
nature's restorer for all weakness and
weariness and It rests and refreshes
tho new tissue- which exercise builds.
With the proper amount of sleep
wrinkles are kept at bay and the skin
does not assume that yellowish, mud
dy look which is aeen in many peoplo
who keep Irregular hours, aud the
oheeks are Inclined to be pink nnd
rosy with flat greatest of all rouges
A hard, flat bed, no pillow, and a
perfectly relaxed position, with the
feet down Btraight and the arms nt
the sides in soma comfortable posi
tlon, nro the constituents for tho most
perfect rest The room must be swept
by an abundance of fresh,nlr the night
Linen or zephyr would make this a
utcful blouse. The yoke is cut in
tabs on the shoulders, front and back,
a button is sewn in each point; the
matcilal is bos-plaited below and set
to a yoke. A silghtly putted sleeve
is tucked to lit the ai" and set into
a cuff cur to correspond with yoke.
Per Hair Losers.
Many complain that their hair does
not stand brushing, but comes out In
liamlfula as soon as the brush Is ap
plied. Tbts Is probably due to en un
healthy condition of the scalp, and will
require si crlal treatment. Do not
brush the hair very often, Just enough
to kcrp it smooth-
Jtr order to have beautiful, luxurious
hair it will be woll to follow the prac
tical hints in the following paragiaphs
Never expose the hair to the sun tot !
any length of time, unless It is blond
r: it you wish to bleach It
Equally Injurious is be reugVnlnjr,
or "ratting" ot the hair, by combine
it the wrong way,
dray hair require even more car
than brown, blonde or block ones. In
order to bring out the delicate shadu
It not carefully washed and not Ira
maculately clean, It will be streaky
and inclined to show yellowish tones,
which are far from pretty and not
nearly so becoming and Olnlfled as
pure' white or gray.
Stains on the Hands.
Lemon Juice Is very good for re
moving stains from tho hands, and If a
little salt is added to this Juice, It is
still more efficacious
Rubbing with a bl ot orange or lem
on skin remotes la- stulns Care must
b taken to wipe the hnr.di dry im
Uofore peeling Iflsh potatoes, iho
hands should be well ti.lod r.'iJ should
.t bs waahed immediately after. My
, Htht preciuthn the !1I not V
r 3 , .'. f I 11 1 s nsd v?uo
;. il i ' :i: 'i uli i- h'iuovcr ai;
'1! ' . 't i. 1st Jirst be moist
. J n. 'ler.
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CARE AND CLEANLINESS.
Are Important Elements In the 0 raw
ing of Hogs.
Uso disinfectants freely in tho
way of lime, otc. Keep feeding floors,
troughs and sleeping pens cloan. Tol
rsto no vermin, by tho uso of coal
oil omulslon. Keep tho hogs at all
times supplied with frosh wator. Be
fore farrowing tho sow should hare a
good feed of bran or short slops and
after farrowing should bo loft quiet
for some lime and then watered with
warm water if the weather is cold. Do
not give her much feed for 21 hours,
(hen give some bran with some shorts
or ground oats mixed with n little wa
ter. A quart of this is onough. Con
tinue to feed lightly for several days,
ncroasing the amount until the plga
aro two weeks old, by whioh tlmo lib
oral use can be made of shorts and
bran nnd roots. Grass is the best feed
U it is available.
Tho critical period with a brood
jow la tho first two wcoks after far
rowing, says tho Northwestern Agri
culturist. Many pigs nro lost in this
tlmo by feeding chilled drinks, which
produco indigestion and fovcr. Keep
tho sows woll bedded with clean, dry
straw nnd glvo them nil tho sunlight
possible. Damp nests aro fatal to
young llttors. Exorclso is absolutely
necessary for young pigs in prevent
ing thumps and kindred dlscasos.
Colds nnd scours caused by ovor
feeding tho bows nro causes o great
lossos in llttors. Avoid this by not
overfeeding tho mothors for tho first
ton days aftor farrowing. During tho
first four weeks of tho pig's llfo wo
must feed for bono and muscle, not for
fat. Thcroforo do not feed too much
The secret In producing cheap pork
Is to maintain n steady gain aud a high
degroo ot health and vigor from start
to finish. To this end havo a variety
of feed and make nil changes from
fctx'lng for growth to feeding for flesh
gradually. The sleeping places for
hogs should in all cases be clean and
drv, well ventilated and well provided
with bedding, frequently changed.
He MUST BE HUMANE.
The Man That Takes ' Care pf the
The owner ,if livestock should make
sure that the man that is taking caro
of his stock Is humane In his moth
ods. Many a young bono is about
ruined by being cared for by a man
that is explosive in his temperament.
Sttoh a man can sometimes be mads
to control himself, tf he Is milted to
enough by hia employer.
The man that takes enre of cows
should be impressed with the fact that
excitability affects the milk flow.
Great Injury Is often done young cows
by the man In chargo of them losing
bis temper and trying to pound them
into what he regards as proper habits.
The man that is not rightly balanced
for this kind of work will soon be
made manifest by the action of the an
imals themselves. They will show
their fear of him and will avoid him
as much as possible.
The man that has the confidence of
tho farm anltnaln is the man that feels
a liking for them. They will show no
fear of him, and often they will corco
to him In til pasture. One may bo
sure thai in such n oase the man is
the proper one to have charge of tho
Animals quickly recognise a friend,
says the Farmers' Review, nnd as
quickly undprstaud tho man that dis
likes them. The omployor of farm holp
should nlways bo most favornblo to
tho employment ot r. man that foola
an attachment to animals. Tho ani
mals will bo moro comfnrtnblo and
STILE POR STONE FENCE.
It Will Prove Especially Convenient
for the Women Folk.
I)i some parts ot the country whero
stone Is plentiful stone walls are very
prominent, it requires a very breachy
man to get over a stone wall grace-
Manner of Cirstructlon.
fully. It is well worth while t. iv
pair of steps like tho ones nh u.
the cnt where it Is uecossasv to ,;?t
over one of these fences deque nMy
in going from one part ot the laiiu to
Give Weeds No Quarter.
The corn is laid by, tho hu it. up
and the tush of the season's woik la
pact. The weeds. howoer, are still
busy, and In a tew weeks more many
ot them will have matured their b .i.
The cornfields and tho pastu'-.e may
be clean from weeds but look cj for
the odd corners and barn yards, which
oftentimes contain enough wteda rr
seed down the whole place. Get down
the scythe on some off dayMu the n.'xt
two weeks and got busy. ,
Doguim vi should not Mi-t in y
i)ltK to rais. nevnal b-eedf, ri'ul x .,
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W J9MK0X. UnwU
WANT ADS S
not exceeding C lines 3 days, 25c
ft orto Week without change, 40c
tf JO t? K1 tf " I? K" if K1 K1 J? JT J? K1 K" J
DEAUTIFUL SILK FLAG-Do you
want a beautiful silk ilajr 2x3 feet?
Up-to-date; 4G stars; mndo of fine twill
ed silk: beautiful color" A nice Christ
mas proscntorn souvenir for the homo.
Send $1.00 nnd you will receive tho
Daily and Sunday Journal three months
nnd one of those flaRS, Address, The
Kansas City Journal, Kansas City, Mo.
MEN WANTED Quickly nt big Chica
go Mail Ordor House to distribute
catalogues, advertise, etc. ?2o a
wook. $G0 oxponsc allowance first
month. No experience required.
Managor, GOO Wabash Illdg, Chicago
FOIt SALE A good driving horse,
four years old, gentle for a woman
to drive; a runabout nnd harnoss that
has bcon used about flvo or six
months. See Dr. Earl Martin 251tf
FOUND Hunch of keys with chain.
Owner can have same by calling at
Democrat oflicc and paying for adv.
FOR RENT-Good farm for rent and
horses to sell to run it with. In
quire of J. M. Youngblood, Ana
darko, Okla. 233 3td
A BARGAIN-A 4 room house 50-foot
lot, good well nnd stable for $G50 on
monthly payments. . E. C. Schlitt
253 G td
FOR SALE I havo a fow choice white
Langshans to spare at reasonable
pricos. Fredorick PfafT,
wtf Anadarko, Okla.
HOARDERS WANTED-Good board
nnd rooms ut the Avenue Hotol.
Prices reasonable. 251-3t
State of Oklahoma, ),
County of Caddo J
In tho matter of tho Estate of D. S.
Pursuant to an order of said County
Court, mado on the 5th day of Octo
bor A.( D. 1908, notice is horeby given
that Mrs. L. A. Stokesborry ns tho
Admimistiatrix of D. S. Stokesborry
deceased, mado to this court and filed
in tho ofTico of the Clerk thereof, on
said day, a return of sales made by her
on the 10th day of November, A. D.
190S, under a previous order of said
court, of the following ronl ostatc, and
for the following sums, to-wit; lots 17,
18, 19, 20, 21 and 29. in Block 28, in
the town of Hinton.
That on tho 10th day of November,
1908, your petitionoer sold said real os
tatc at private salo to II. A. Horman
for tho sum of $1750.00 he boing the
highest and host bidder therofor, and
said amount being more than the ap
praised value thereof.
As will more fully appear from said
roturn filed us aforesaid, and to which
rof orenco is horeby made for further
And notice is horeby further given
that Wednosday the 25th day of No
vember A. D. 1908, at 9 o'clock n. m.,
of said day, at the court room of this
court in said county of Caddo lias been
fixed for hearing the said return, when
nnd whero any person interested in
snid estate may appear and file written
objections to the confirmation of tho
said sales, and may be heard and may
produce witnesses in support of their
Witness my hand and the seal of said
court at Anadnrko, in snid county this
11th day of November A. D. 1908.
B. F. Holding, Judge.
By T. G. Oclkg, Clerk
P. J Cnllahan has the
most complete line fo
Cook Stoves y and heaters
ever brought to Anadarko.
It will pay you to "see his
line beforjs; purchasing
your X a 1 1 .'fnd winter
goods. 197 iltf
Prune fox Grapes
Now i the best tiino 1 1 prune
fororop, Acy on wanting prun
ing done s it should be, end
a oard. Box 543 I will aee you.
262 Strt J, A. Becker.
8eo J. C. Tliigley, office Curio
Store, Mint. between Fifth
11 1 1 jtl tfictts.
Hammerl it A vera have bulk
mince meat, bulk kraut, bqlk
olivca all juet in fraih. The be
free'i and cured meaU always on
band, " " 261 dO
The Nature Faker.
"I don't know much about thciQ
branch affairs," oaid tho ojephant,
loftily, "but I prcfor to, trayol on. a
Every body is afflicted with some kind of trouble with
their Pumps, Wind Mills, Tanks, Plumbing system,
Stenm 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, Stenm boilers, Stenm 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,
H AMMERT & AYRES i
Staple a.nd Faoicy Groceries
FR.ESH MEATS, SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fisbin Season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
C Street & 6th Phone No. 84.
A LITTLE LES!
Wo are in the
for your benefit as well as our own. If you
will call on us we will convince you of this.
WE aro showing our Pall etook of Buffots, Davenports,
Couohos, Parlor Suits, China Closots, Library Tables,
and our collootion of Rugo ia tho largest and best in
price and quality in the county. SATURDAY, NOV. 14, we
will make Speoial Prioo on Iron Bod Springs and Mattress
oomplete for only S5.G0. Same will bo displayed in ono of
our show windows. Wo handle tho celebrated
KINDEL SOMERSAULTIC DAVENPORTS,
GUNN BOOK CASES,
HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS,
Furniture and Undertaking.
Day Phono 17S Night Phono 22 fi.
fresh, Tender, Juicy Meats
Pure, Clean Groceries I
The Best the Market Affords Always in Stock
Prompt Delivery pficM R. , f
HARDY & ALDRIGH
aily Democrat Office
IS BETTER. PREPARED TO DO THAT
. JOB PRINTING
for you than any other printing
office in the county. We have
competent workmen and turn out
promptly nothing but good Workf
LET US FIGOKE W1TB YOU ON
YOUR NEXT LOT OF PRINTING
me DAILY DEMOCRAT
On ick: n. St., between 4th and 5th,
Xovth of Coifrfc Ilouho.
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