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YOU CAN'T TELL
what will hnppon the next minute.
Your hoautiful plato glass window
MAY GO TO SMASH w,No you are
rondlng this. Ib it Insured? If not
nnd it's brokon tomorrow our eklrU
nro cloarod fo,r calling your attention
tolttoda'j. The cost of insurance is
nominal nnd wn'il uivo you n company
that, will pay promptly if you have a
r.ilshap. Today's your chance, tomor
row may bo too Into.
The Reece Agency
Ed N. KbImtw. nt to Uinjf-r tHlay.
"Roxall" Romodies nt Steph
oneon'.fl Drue store. 251 tf
It. II. Dietrich is a Chickasha
"Roxall" Remedies nt Steph
orison's Drup Storo. 254 tf
Joe Conlc-y went to Tecumse this
morning on busies.
Finest ohooolato oroame at
Stephoneon'B Drug store. 254 tf
David Gish and G. M. Fuller went
to Stacker on business this morning.
Finost ohooolato oronms at
Stophonson's Drug store. 264 tf
The Uock Islnn railroad company
ia building a new siding for the Ana
SalurdayB ohooolato oreams 20
oonts a pound nt StpphonBon's
Drug storo. 254 tf
Mre. Jas. Gaspor wont to Apncho
this morning to visit lior so and fam
ily a foW days.
Saturdays ohooolato creams 20
oonts a pound at Stephenson's
Drug storo. 254 tf
Miss Mattio Unbcock returned to
hor homo in Hobnrt nfter a two weeks
visit with hor sister, Mrs. Geo. Sharp.
Cough I Couhl Cough I Stop
it. Roxall Cherry juico will do
it lit Stophonson's drug storo. tf
M. F. Courtney of Kingman' Kan.,
who has been visiting his nephew, P.
C. Stacy, returned home this morning.
Cough I Coueh! Cough! Stop
it. Roxall Cherry juioe will do
it at Stophonson'd drue storo. if
Mrs. T. 0. Hite, who had been vis
iting hor sons, the Hito Bros., re
turned to her homo in Ft. Cobb last
Thoao oil painted piotures at
tho Bazaar for 5S oonta are a
tnnp. 252 d4
Mrs. R. A. Finley, who has been
visiting Mrs. .1. F. Hrown the past
week, returned to her home in Okln
homn City today.
I have throe newly furnished
rooms and good board. Mrs. Jos
sio Miller on C street, 254 Otd
Fourteen miles of street paving is
tied up in tho court process, but the
city authorities claim thoy will como
out victors in tho controversy.
Thursdny ovnning Miss Minnie lioh
lor entertained fourteen of her young
friunds with parlor Ramos, serving
rofroshmonU nnd spunding two hours
No. 1161-Our low priced farm, ICO
acroa- Good four room house and well.
SO acres fenced with three galvanized
. wired. HO acres in cultivation, G miles
from Anadnrko. Good soil and good
roads to town. Price, $2,760.
Baldwin & Gibbs Co., Anadnrko.
Mrs. Juno nnd Miss Winnifred ldhnm
entertained tho following young peo
plo for tho T. 0. II. Club Thursdny
evening: Mrs. Carl Strntton, Misses
Connor, Stockton, Gillette, Stelzncr,
Cumpbell, Evans, Campbell, Camp
boll, Terry, Ponn Corze, nnd Blukley,
nnd Messrs Allen, Landmnn, Phelps,
Nathnn, Dnvis, Miller, Skngs, Strnt
ton, Nornborgor, Henugnurdis, Wei
mer, nnd Hillingsley. Pitch was tho
feature of tho evening, followed with
refreshments of quail, biscuit sand
cream gravy, salads, pickels and ol
ives: Second Course, coffee, stuffed
cherries, and whipped cream and fruit
cake nd ngel food Tho young men
spent some time trying to guess the
meaning of T.O. II. The club will
bo etertained byM isscs Evans and
Connor next Thursday evening.
MEET IN ROME
Representatives From All the
Rome, Nov. 20 King Victor Eman
uel opened the first session of the In
ternational Institute of Agriculture
today in the mngnlflcient palace erec
ted for that purpose on the grounds of
the famous Villa Iio'rghese. Delegates
representing forty-six in all parts of
tho world were in attendare when the
opening took place. The king, sur
rounded by his suite, entered the hnll
at 10 o'clock, and was greeted with
an ovation that extended through sev
The organization of thi institute
which owes its existence to His Maj
esty, will be completed during today'
sessions, after which an elaborate
program will be carried out. It is
proposed to create a number of special
departments, each having special jur
isdiction ovr different branches of
the work. Phases of agriculture to
be given special attention will be the
gathering of crop statistic, in nil
parts of the world, collecting of in
formation relative to wages paid for
farm work, new diseases of vegota
tion and effective romedlos, agricul
tural co-opcratiort, insurance nmlcredit,
simplification of weights nnd measures
nnd many others.
The original purpose of the insti
tute was the gathering of statistics
relative to the world's crops, and this
purpose will be caried out to the let
ter. It is hoped thereby to effect nn
enormous saving to the Inhabitants of
the world, and to counteract the influ
ences that now manipulate and falsify
for individual gain information about
The palace where the meetings are
being held and the exhibits displayed
was built by the king, who also be
stowed upon the institute estates which
will yield annually nearly ?:00,000.
The United States has a large delega
tion at the institute.
Courts to Take a Hand in
Oklahoma City Trouble
Ok'.tliuum City, Okla., Nov. 20.
The courts have taken n hand in Ok
lahoma City's paving muddle, and an
injunction of recent awards of con
tracts to various paving companies is
now pending in Judge. Carney's court.
The fight grows out of the action of the
council in revoking tho nwnrds of con
trncts to to P.irker-Wnsington people.
They awarded tho entire paving job
to the Conway company, on a five
year guarantee plan, after n cam
paign had been waged against what
was termed to be nn extravagent ex
penditure of tho city's paving funds.
Location for College
Oklnhomn City, Okla., Nov. 20
The question of the proposed location
for tho state Baptist college, which
is to be settled by a special locating
committee of the Baptist orgnnizntion
on Feb. 3, Is just now engaging the
nttention of business men here. Sev
eral sites have been offered in various
parts of the city, nnd tho contest for
the location is expected to be inter
Roim, Nov. 20 This is the fifty
soventh birthday anniversary of Queen
Mnrgherita, and lings are displayed
on all public buildings in honor of the
occasion. i The Quocn is receiving
many congratulatory messages from
high European officials.
A mnrriago license was issued Fri
day to Stewart Kllnokolo of Apache
ami Dora Kate Achlltd of the snme
J. C, Hondrix nnd wifo wore in tho
city Frldny to complete tho ndoption
petition for Georuo Enrl Imoa, the' 8
yoar old son of Mrs. Jennie (Imos)
A Glossy Coat.
Tho boouty of tho horso is increased
by a glossy coat, T!ii Is cspcclnlly
desirable, If tho horso is to bo offered
for sale. Thero aro two things that
go to produce tho glossy coat, and
they are, good feeding nnd good curry
ing. Tho latter brings out tho gloss
that is in tho oil that is supplied by
tho glnnds to tho hair to keep It in a
normal condition. Good food conslsta
In giving enough ot a grnln ration, so
that tho animal may havo nn nbund
nnco ot material out of which to make
muscle- and fatty tissue Not till tho
animal Is ablo to supply tho needs of
tho muscular tlssuo does ho begin to
lay up a coat ot fat under tho skin.
This makes tho skin and hair ot better
character than when tho material for
the fat formation is lacking.
The entlro capital invested in the
construction ot tho world's railroads
amounted on Jan. 1, 190C, to 182,000,
O00.OOQ marks, or $13,310,000,000.
Freedom For All
How Glue is Made
What Does it Matter
6 Big Subjects Tonight,
a Double, Show For
the Price of One!
3000 Feet of Films
Come Early; Stay Late
S. and lO
WHY NOT MORE 6HEEPT
A Query Which Every Farmer Should
Probably tho main reason mora
farmers do not keep sheep Is becauso
thoy do not understand them. You
nsk thorn why, and ono will say sheep
will not pay on high-priced land; an
other will say cattlo and hogs will
mako moro prollt; another, thoy re
qulro too much fencing, nnd still an
other will aver that they nro too much
bothor, Aro nil theso objections well
grounded? Ask tho man who has been
raising sheop for tho last flvo years.
Ho will tell you that sheop will yield
as good if not bettor profit than any
other class of llvo stoclc, considering
tho expenso ono Is put to In getting
started and for caro.
Sheep bring in profits from two
sources namoly, lambs and wool. Not
only aro thoy valuablo In that way,
but thoro Is no other class of llvo stock
that will return such a largo amount
of fertility to the soil. Thoy havo fitly
boon termed "tho goldon hoof that en
riches tho soil." As to tho high-priced
Innd proposition, If thoy did not pay it
it Is not probablo they would bo kept
continuously on somo of tho highest
priced farms In England, says dood
sail's Farmer. Of course It Is hard to
mako a farmer In tho corn belt, with
land nt $100 or moro por ncro, bellovo
this, for ho hns grown up to tho Idea
of rnlstng corn nnd feeding cattlo.
While tho profits from sheep rais
ing aro not always constant and will
at times ccaso to bo n profit, says tho
Farmers' Voice, tho Bamo Is truo with
other classes of llvo stock. At pres
ent tho prices of sheop and lambs on
our markets aro not as good as thoy
woro a few months ago, but tho man
who is In tho business to stay will un
doubtedly seo hotter conditions in tho
not far distant future. High prlcos for
feed aro somewhat of a handicap to
feeders ot all kinds ot llvo stock, and
this may bo ono of tho years when tho
profits aro not so big. Dut it is tho
man who keeps ut it who makes tho
monoy. Good managomont will count
for as much if not more with tho flock
as with tho hord of cattlo or drovo of
hogs. Tho flocks that do not pay are
tho neglected ones tho ones kept
by men who do not understand sheep.
With tho least troublo of any farm
stock, tho sheep with its twofold
sourco of income will build up tho de
pleted farm and mako tho productive
ono grow bigger crops.
Death Grip or Octopus.
Measuring ten feet six inches, an
octopus, whilo betng killed at Toorn
din, Victoria, ontwlncd a tentacle so
firmly nroi'nd the foot of ono ot Us
captors that tho membrano had to be
cut to frco tho mac
Nitrogen In Animal Charcoal.
Wby animal charcoal removes tbr
color from colored liquids, whilo wood
charcoal has no effect, has not been
understood. A European chemist now
finds that tho action ot tho former if
duo to tho presence ot flvo to seven
por cent of nitrogen.
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? WANT ADS ?
tt not exceeding 5 lines 3 days, 25c
i ono Week without change, 40c
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BEAUTIFUL SILK FLAG-Do you
want a beautiful silk flag 2x3 feet?
Up-to-date; 40 stars; made of fine twill
ed silk: beautiful color P A nice Christ
mas present or a souvenir for the home.
Send $1.00 nnd you will receive the
Dnily and Sunday Journnl three months
and one of these flags, Address, The
Knnsns City Journal, Kansas City, Mo.
MEN WANTED Quickly at big Chica
go Mail Ordor Houso to distribute
catalogues, advertise, etc. ?25 a
week. SCO cxpsnsc nllowanco first
month. No cxperienco required.
Manager, COO Wabash Uldg, Chicago
FOR SALE A good driving horse,
four years old, gentle for a woman
to drive; n runabout and harness that
has been ufced about five or six
months. Sco Dr. Enrl Martin 251 tf
FOUND Bunch of keys with chain.
Ownor can havo same by calling at
Democrat office 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. 253 3td
A BARGAIN-A 4 room houso 50-foot
lot, good well and' stable for $G50 on
monthly paymonts. E. C. Schlitt
253 C td
FOR SALE I have a few choice white
Langshans to spare at reasonable
prices. Frederick Pfaff,
wtf Anadarko, Okla.
BOARDERS WANTED-Good board
and rooms at tho Avenue Hotel.
Price reasonable. 251-3t
WANTED Reliable men with,team to
drive Rural Routes in Western Okla
homa. Men experiencco in soliciting
can make good monoy on this propo
sition, as others aro doing so. Ad
dress, Circulation Manager, The
Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City,
State of Oklahoma, )
County of Caddo f BS
In the matter of the Estate of D. S.
Pursuant to an order of said County
Court, made on tho 5th day of Octo
ber A. D. 190S, notice is hereby given
that Mrs. L. A. Stokesberry ns the
Administratrix of D. S. Stokesberry
deceased, made to this court and filed
in the office of the Clerk thereof, on
said day, a return of sales made by her
on tho 10th day of November, A. D.
1903, under a previous order of said
court, of the following real estate, and
for the following sums, to-wit: lots, 17,
18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 in Block 23, in
the town of Hinton. ,
That on the 10th day of November,
1908, your petitioneor sold said real es
tate at private sale to II. A. Herman
for the sum of $1750.00 he being the
highest and best bidder therefor, and
said amount being more than the ap
praised value thereof.
As will more fully appear from said
return filed as aforesaid, and to which
reference is hereby made for further
And notice is hereby further given
that Wednesday the 25th day of No
vember A. D. 1908, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
of said day, ut tho court room of this
court in said county of Caddo has been
fixed for hearing tho said return, when
and where any person interested in
said estate may appear and file written
objections to the confirmation of the
said sales, and may be heard and may
produce witnesses in support of their
Witness my hand and tho seal of said
court at Anadarko, in said county this
11th day of November A. D. 1903.
B. F. Holdino, Judge.
By T. G. Oelke, Clerk
F. J Callahan has the
most complete line fo
Cook Stoves and heaters
ever brought to Anadarko.
It will pay you to see his
line before purchasing
vour fall and winter
goods. 197 dtf
Prune for Grapes
Now ia tbo best time to pruno
forcrop. Any ono wanting prun
ing done ns it should be, nond
a oatd. Box G43. I will see you,
252 3td J, A. Becker.
See J. C. Tingley, office Curio
Store, Mam St. between Fifth
oi c Eixth Mum.
"Hammert & AyerB havo bulk
mince meat, bulk kraut, bulk
olives all just in fre-sh. The best
fresh and cured meats always on
hand. 251 d6
Every body is afilicted with some kind of trouble with
their Pumpb, Wind Mills, Tnnky, plumbing system
Steam Heating systems, Boiler feed pumps, Boiler fit
tings. 1 carry n full line of Pumps, Wind mills, Plumb
ing goods, Steam heating outfits, also do all kinds of Re
pairing, Pumps, Mills, Tapks, Plumbing systems, Steam
engines; Gasoline engines, Steam boilers, Steam Pumps.
When in need of a Drain, Well or any of tho above men
tioned, give me a call. All work guaranteed.
R. L. MITCHELL,
HAMMERT & AYRES
Staple slimI Fancy Groceries
1 FRESH MEATS, SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS
rtso.tn season, fresh Vegetables, etc.
C Street fr AiU ot. tvt ai
A LITTLE LESS
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 are showing our Fall stook of Buffets, Davenports,
Couches, Parlor Suits, China Closets, Library Tables,
and our collection of Rurs is the largest and best in
price and quality in tlje county. SATURDAY, NOV. 14, we
will mako Speoial Price on Iron Bed Springs and Mattress
complete for only S5.50. Same will bo displayed in one of
our show windowe. Wo handle tho celebrated
KINDEL SOMERSAULTIC DAVENPORTS,
GUNN BOOK CASES,
HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS,
ECCLESTON & COGGINS,
Day Phone 178
Afresh, Tender, Juicy Meats
Pare, Clean Groceries
The Best the Market "Affords Affrays in Stock
Prompt Delivery ""T Pfjccs R. -f
Daily Democrat Office
IS BETTER. PREPARED TO DO THAT
s reminvna b i
for you than any other printing
office in the county. We have
competent workmen and turn out
promptly nothing but good work.
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ON
YOUR NEXT LOT OF PRINTING
Bhe DAILY DEMOCRAT
Opmob: B. St., between 4th and 5tb,
North of Court House.
J. 11U11U nu. Wll g
Night Phone 22 f