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t LOCAL ITEMS
Frank Hoskott returned from n
business trip in El Hono this morning.
Tho Stnr btikery plan have actually
got sonic filling in tliom. 27 flt
"Roxall" Rottodlea nt Steph
onaon'ri Drug 8toro. 251 tf
"RexaU" Reraodiea at' Steph
enson'ti Drug Btoro. 254 tf
L. C. nutiniiiRton of HI Keno is in
thu city on businowi totlny.
Ask your grocer for stonm baked
orcfid wrapped in waxed paper.
Saturdays chooolato oreaniB 20
oonta a pound at Stephonaon'a
.Drug store. 254 tf
Ithnvfl three newly furnished rooms
and" good board. Mrs. Josslo Milter
onjC street. '
Mrs. M. A. Wiley of Llndsey, is
tho west of Miss Lillian Murphy.
CouRb! Coutrhl Cough 1 Stop
it. Roxall Cherry juiot? will do
It at Stophonaon'B drue Btoro. tf
Cough 1 Cough I Cough 1 Stop that
cough.Hexall Cherry juico will do it at
Qtnnlmnunn'n llnifr HtOrC. 257 tf
Mrs. Mary Vagan of Oregon, Mo.,
is in tho city visiting hor cousin G.
Cough 1 Cough I Cough I &top
it. Rnxall Cherry juioe wi.l do
it at Stophonaon'B drug Btoro. tf
Willard Campbell left on the
morning train for Oklahoma City to
spend a few weeks.
Finest ohocoMe creutna at
StHphfiiBon'a Drug fctore. 254 tf
K Mrs. I). F. Myers who had been
visiting C. E. llrnsslngton and fam
ily returned to her homo h Oklaho
ma City this morning. Jrs
Maple Syrup, pure, genuine in the
First Pick brand at 0. P. Skaggs'.
Phone No. 92. 259-Ct
S Mrs"."" Lillian Roborta and daughter
Jtuth rotumwl from Hot Springs
Sunday whore she has been visltirg
relatives and also enjolyng tho health
Quince, raspberry nnd chorry pre
serves In bulk ; also apple buttor, the
best whatever, at O. ?. Sknegs.
Phono No. 92 239-Ct
E. D. Williams'j returned from
Shamrock, Tex., this morning whero
ho liM Uon looking nftor some land
interests and says when ho left thore
yesterday the ground was whito with
Sftturdaya ohocolato oroams 20
ot-iHH a f-.rl a Spruneon'a
Druir a oro. 254 tf
YOU ARE ambitious and uossess at
least an averago amount of tact ad
perseverance. Therefore, wc want
you and will pay you $75 a month for
taking only four orders a day. You
can earn a big income. We furnish
nil Bunnltoa free. Write today to
Manairor. P. O. Uox. 1150. New
York City. 2Gl-12t
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
United States-Willanl N. Dames
Cyril T. S. Co-J. S. Smlth-200.il-23-8-L-ll
& 15 Cyril.
Abe Wilson and wf-Mnry Hnll-500-11-G-SL
15 and 10 H 14 Carnegie.
Chas. Litsen-Maggio Taylor-10-8-8-L
13 to 10 D 19 and L 10-11 B 35
Lonn Mathews-Sodonln Gnlnes-3000-11-21-8-1
9 to 12 H 5 and LI 0 B 2 S
E Apache and LI 7 B2 NE Apache.
V. F. Woisor and wf- C. D. Camu-bolI-150-9-10-S-L
11 and 12 Bl 4 NE
Mm. L. A. Stokesberry-Admr--H.
A. Horman-1750-ll-25-S-L 17 to2 2 B
County Court-The Puplic-1 1-25-8-flnlnr
confirming anbovo sale. Thomas
It. It lod-Itecr-Uriah Gordon-205 25-11-20-8-SE
32-9-9 do-W. H. E. Martin
-205 25-9-9-8-SE 18-9-1.
Binger Imp. Co. -F. E. Peterson-30-11-15-8-L
3 B 19 Binger do. N.
Courtney 12 75-11-138TL5 B 10 Din
ger. P, A. Parker and wife-R. E. W.
Scott-1000-123-18-L3 B 41 Anadarko.
G. II. Ferguson and wf-Jno D.
S. S. Willoughby nnd wf-Judson
A. Kelly 4700-SE C-C-10.
Jas. W. Carrick and wf-AUan
Dunlap-1600-ll-14-8-N J N W 4-9-12
J K Beauchamp and wf-Thos. F
Woodard-2500-ll-23-8-L 31 and 32 B 3
P S Porter nnd wf -P. R. Porter-
2500-11-23-8-E I NE 9-12-11.
W. T. Uttorback-W. N Courtney-
12-8-108-Lots 4-8-20- Blk 0 Binger.
Evils That Rapidly Multiply.
Indiscretion, mnllco, rashness and
falsehood produce each other.
YORK 7RLLY GREAT CITY.
tr y PopuintcM Thar Sixteen Dlf
f.' rt Sta!i ! "I otr!tor'o.
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r'nli Is ic found In tho 50,-
:uarrlas that take place evory
CmP'ss this jeimanent Increase
" w Yoik Is entertalnln an avornge
of ovor UO 700 tranilont visitors overy
ilay, and at soma sansns, when the
hr.nl accommodations are taxed to
their utmost, fully 300.000 people are
chrnonlcled In their home papers as
"ponding a few dnys In New York on
pleastiro nnd business." National
MORE THAN ONE DIFFERENCE.
Apect of Case That Stockbroker Had
Kd win Markhnm, the poet, discussed
rathor Impatiently In Now York the
seml-lotnl pledge that has takon Amor
Icn by storm tho pledgo never to
drink between meals.
"One might keop such a pledge,"
said Mr. Markhnm, "nnd still not
shine. I nm reminded appositely of a
"This gontloman roturned from
luncheon ono afternoon nt about 3:30
o'rlnck. He took off his frock coat
nnd top hat. Ho lighted a superb
i:nBiia. Thon ho leaned back In his
rovohlnt; chair nnd put his patent
leathers on his dosk, among tho pens,
Inkpots and business papers.
" 'I tell you, Miss Cnrruthers, he
said and ho directed n boamlng smile
upon his beautiful, golden haired
I'.anographor 'I toll you, tho world
looks different to a man whon ho's got
a bottle of champagno lnsldo of him.'
"Tho young ghl's Up curled.
" 'Yes, sir,' bIio repllod, "nnd ha
looks different to tho world.' "
At Work on Largo Dictionary.
New llfo is Inspiring tho monumen
tal dictionary of tho Fronch languago
which It Is tho duty of the Fronch
Academy to produce. Tho venorablo
M. Gaston Dolssler, tho permnnont sec
retary, scarcely had tho onorgy In his
later yoars to keop his colleagues at
tholr work. His successor, M. Thureau
Dangln, Is tho now broom. Ho keeps
a quorum of tho Illustrious gentlemen
togethor at each session until they
have traced all the literary ramifica
tions of ono word. If they continue
nt this rato a now edition of the
famous work will bo ready for publi
cation In about ten years. Each edi
tion hns tnken, hitherto, an average of
CO years to prepare, and tho academi
cians nre only at tho letter F. Each
sitting lasts two hours. Thirty mem
bers attended the first, there wore 18
at tho following ono and ten at tho
A strnngo case has Just occurred At
l'orthcawl, England, showing the ef
fect of the Imagination In causing dis
ease and cure.
A professional man on a visit there
took out his four false teeth while
shaving but, forgetting the fact and
falling to find them later, suddenly
concluded that ho must hnvo swal
lowed them accidentally. At onco he
began to suffer pains, a dootor was
sent for, to whom ho described his
ngonles; emetics were administered,
hut In vain, and the tortures made
him twist his body convulsively.
rheu a maid brought the teeth,
which had dropped behind tho dress
ing tnblo, and Instantly tho pains
Had Slipped His Memory.
"Ilefore I answer your quostlon.'
said the groat nllenlst, "permit me to
refresh my memory." Horoupon he
consulted a notebook. "May I ask,"
resumed tho lawyer, "why you found
It necessary to consult somo memo
randum before answoMng a simple
hypothetical question of only a few
thousand words?" "Tho fact Is," re
plied tho nllenlst, suavely, "that I did
that to get the point of view. I'd for
gotten which side I'd been retained on
In this particular case. Kindly spring
your conundrum again."
"There's no doubt about It," said tho
promoter; "whon that mine does pay
It will pay handsomely."
"I'm suro of It," answered the pa
tlont Investor. "Judging by Its pros
nectus and Us certificates, Its divi
dend checks ought to bo works of art.
Tho company can always be relied on
to use pretty stationery."
Tho nowest thing In freak photogra
phy In Egypt Is posing for photographs
In cardboard sphinx molds nnd mum
my cases. A holo Is loft whero the
face of tho sphinx should bo nnd Eng
lish and American faces poor out from
this vantage upon the photographor.
for Nor. 29, 1908
Specially Arranj! (or This Papr
I.KSSO.V TEXT -Isaiah W.t-ti Mem
ory venie, II
OOI.DICN TEXT-"! k. uiulur ln
hotly, and bring It Into lubji-rtlon "1
Comment and Suggestive Thounht.
In ordar to understand this grert
prophecy of Isaiah, our loison fo; to
day, we must flist have a vivid rtnltzn
The Historical Situation. Read 2
Kings 17:1-23; 18:1-10; Chron. 29.' 3)
It is about 725 H. C. Isaiah, the royal
prophet, wag In Jerunnlom, the en; ital
of Judnh. Tho good King Hezeklah.
tho rulers and lendors of the s-a'o
woio his audlonco. Tho nations were
going nstray, they were worldly,
drunken, solflsh, cruel, luxurious, op
pressing tho poor, neglecting religion,
From tho northwest wore corr'.n-
groat hordes of Assyrian soldiers de.
astatlng ovorythlng on their va
They had reached the northern king
dom of which Samnrln was the cap
ital. Like an overwhelming scour, c
these semi-savage annlej wore ovr
running tho country with nil wantc::
crimes and cruelties, destroying every
They were sweeping awa) cities a:i !
villages, farms, cattle, orchurds
everything. The prophet sees the i
drifting, as In the rapids of Nlaiaa
swiftly toward destruction. He tte
the storm-clouds on the horizon threat
enlug tempests and lightning bias,
Within three or four years Samaria
the capital, was captured, and tl.i
northern kingdom swept out of oxi-t
once by the Assyrians.
Hut tho people of Jerusalem ft.
comparatively safe, for their city w..
a mighty fortress, n very G'bra u
r..rely captured, and probably It n?v
cuuld be captured If tho people i l.'u
were bravo, united and traa.
Tho prophet, pointing to tho r. "
ern kingdom, wnrns his own i e
that nothing could stive them if t t
.nilnuod to sin. "Repent, u. u
overwhelming Bcnurge will sv
j dden and Jerusalem In Its l as ,i
V. 1. "Woe." Not a wish or a
piayer for woe, but n warning tha
woo was coming. "To tho crown u.
pride." The capital, so called, be
cause It crowned the hill, or becau:
!ts battlementod walls resembled a
c own. "To (better 'of') the drunk
a Js of Ephralni," put for the wh le
k i 'lom, because Ephralm was the
1. .-Jinijtrlbe. "Whose glorious beauty.
r. "glorious beauty" of Samaria was
a beauty of magnificent luxury, "a.i i.
.: er" and "winter houses," dls.lr.n
each from the other (Amos 3:15;
'liory palaces" (1 Kings 22:30; Amos
0:15); a wealth of "gardens, vine
ards, flg-orchnrds and olive yards"
(Amos 4:0); residences of "hewn
stone" (Amos 5:11); feasts enlivened
with "the molody of viols" (Amos
5:23); "beds of Ivory" (Amos G: 4 ;
"wine In bowls" (Amos G:0); "chief
ointments" (Amos G:G) constituted a
r.tal of luxurious refinement beyond
which few nations had proceeded at
tho time. Rawllnson. "Is a fadlns
flower." It was a kind of beauty that,
was liable to fade. It had nothing
of tho riches that endure.
V. 2. "Tho Lord hath a mighty and
strong one." Tho Lord would uso the
Assyrian power, "as a tempest of hall,
and a destroying storm" to punish the
wickedness which was Injuring the
people far more than the Assyrian
hordes could their outward prosper
ity. V. 4. "As the hasty fruit." It. V..
"the first rlpo fig," swiftly decaying or
destroyed by tho birds.
V. 5. Turning from this "crown of
pride" nnd "fading tlower" nnd "decay
ing fruit" of sin, tho prophet points to
tho only truo "crown of glory nnd . . .
diadem of beauty, tho Lord of hosts."
V. C. For ho would bring to them
tho "spirit of Judgment," Justice, right
eousuoss, and turn back "the battle a
tho gate," defeating and scntterlns
V. 7. Thon he shows one source of
their woes, "erred through wine . . .
out of tho way . . . through fctrong
dilnk," therefore "they err In vision,
they stumblo In Judgment."
The Jerusalem drlnkors indignant
V. 9. "Whom shall ho teach know!
edge?" What right has Isaiah to
talk to us thus? Are we bablos Just
wt-anod from tho milk? Aro wo men
school children to be chlded and
warned In this way?
V. 10. "For precept must bo upon
precept." The II. V. gives the true
meaning: "For It Is precept upon
precept." The prophet Is telling the
samo story all tho tlnio, continually re
peating, everywhere, all tho time, In
season, out of season, the samo old
Tho prophet answers; "This seems
monotonous to you, but you will liavt
another kind of monotony It ou do
not give heed to my words." "For with
stammering lips." Dottor as It. V.
"For by men of strango lips, and wttu
another tongue," (viz., that of tno
Assyrian hordes) "will he speak to this
pooplo (11) to whom he said, This Is
tho rest .. . this Is tho refreshing"
Ood had pointed out to them how
they might linvo rest nnd prosperity
yet they would not henr (12)."
13. Therefore by tho Assyrian Ihvh
slcn, they bhould find "precept hi
precept." etc., a monotonous load i
by allltctlons and sorrows, till "tl
. fall baokward. and bo bmki'ij," t
cine to pass In after yeera.
WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO
Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us
Strong and Healthy
All the blood in the body parses
through the kidneys once every throo
minutes. Tho kidneys filter the blood.
They work night nnd dny. Whon
healthy they remove about 600 grains
of impure matter daily, whon Un
healthy lome part of this impure
matter is left in the blood. This
brings on many diseases and symp
toms pnin in tho back, headache,
nervousness, hot.dryskin, rheumatism,
gout, gravol,li(ordirs of the eyesight
and hearing, dizziness, Irregular
heart, deoility, drowsiness, dropsy,
dcD03its in the urine, etc., But if
you keep the filters right you will
have no trouble with your kidneys.
B. F. Dugan, E. Broadway, Anadar
ko, Okla. says: "For about ten years
kidney trouble hnd 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 I had distressing feel
ings in my head. On the advice of
a friend, I procured Doan's kidney
pills from the City Drug store. I
improved steadily from tho first and
was soon entirely relievedi I con
sider Doan's Kidney Pills a most
efficient remedy for any trouble arising
from the kidneys."
For sale by all daelers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New York, sole agent3 for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
THIS IS YOUR OPPOKTJNITY
tJ be a property owner if you are ever
to be one. We are offering somo very
choice lots as well as Imp-oved proper
ty at prices which are bound to show a
profit for quick purchasers.
THE MONEY IN REAL ESTATE
is made by those who buy wnile prices
are low. We offer jou a chance in this
direction which jou will i.o, mighty
glad yiu acc pted in a erj few jears.
Stop in and let us have a talk with you.
The Reece Agency,
R. K. ROBINSON
Ai.o tt-A -L&.U
Praitice in the State at d Fv deralCourts
and before the Departments of the
N iTRY IN ol:FiCE
,i .: . t ,t .i . . t ,i . .s .
not exce-dinir 5 lines 3 days, 25c 4
one Week without change, 40c
FURNISHED ROOMS for -ant. Mrs.
L. M Spivey. Phone, 112. 257 tf.
Fit SALE Typewriter for sale or
rent. R. K. Robinson. 253 tf
FOR SALE Haled wheat and oat
straw. Clean and suitablo for beds,
at South Side Wagon Yard. 259-Ct
POST Child's plain gold bracelet,
"R. F." engraved on inside. Leave
nt Democrat otlke or Ferguson's
rooming house and receive reward.
WANTED Man or woman to solicit
for special newspaper work, capable
of earning $25 a week. Apply at
EUton Hotel between 0:30 and 7:30,
LOST Gold mounted Elks tooth.
Finder please return to Democrat
FOUND Ladies linked gold bracelet.
Inquire of M.C. Allison R 3; 2G0 3t
See J, C. TihRley, offioo Curio
Store, Mam St. between Fitth
ard Sixth ttirfte.
P. 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
your fall and winter
goods. 197 dtf
Don't overlook the Dining Room furni
ture. A set of b -autiful 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
We are offering this week White Oak Dining Chairs at
75c up to$4.50andBuffett as low as $17.00 and China
Closets from $17.50 up.
KINDEL SOMERSAULTIC DAVENPORTS,
GUNN BOOK CASES,
HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS,
Furniture and Undertaking.
Day Phone 178 . ... rCi8ht Phono 226
Saturday, November 28.
,J. F. Pennington Presents The Eminent Comedian
Robert A. Neff
Supported by an Excellent Company in the Great Comedy
"An American Hobo"
The Greatest Success o! Last Season, Replete with high
class Musical Specialties
Prices 25c 50c 75c
Seats On Sale At Stephenson's
Afresh, Tender, Juicy Meats
Pure, Clean Groceries
he Best the Market Affords Affrays in Stock
HARDY & ALDRICH
HAMMERT & AYRES
Staple said Fancy Groceries
FRESH MEATS, SAUSAGE AND SALT MEATS
Fish in Season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
C Street & 6th Phone No. 84.
9icmer zibstaert q.
)ldeiii zibiitraet empani( in addc Hountif
All Trains Daily,
WEST UOUN D
731 10:15 a. m.
733 4:00 p. m.
Nos 733 and 7 34 run between
9:30 a. m,
... 6.10 p. m.
H. G. HARVEY, Agent.
Except As Noted
a 734 9;30
a 732 6:2P
Olahomn City and Mangum,
.4:0O p. m.
,10:25 a. m.