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Anadarko Daily Democrat
Democrat Publishing Company, Owners.
T. J. Lewis, Manager
ISnlorednt the postollicBat ! Anadarko. Oklahoma, as
noioiid class nifcttor. W
UBLIHIIISU DAILY11BXC5BPT SUNDAY
Rates 10 cents per week.
NKW YORK S TAMMANY j
That the rlloi t to unsent Murphy of Tammany Hall lias proved
H failure, thorn run he no question. He has U'l'onii' too thorough!)
iiitroiciiedaMhairman of J.amian orgnninlioti to get at him.
The aucmm f Democracy in Now York depei.ds upon the removal
of tho Tnininniiy 'paIer from hit exnlted position and the qnestion
imturally arises, Imw is this to be accomplished r" I hat the iitzard
of Tammany has lieen undergoing a change of heart lately is very
evident. The main trouble between him and Governor Suizer.whom
ho had impeached, was over the primary law ami one of "pvernor
GlyiuiB first acts whs lo draw up a primary law rnoro drastic than
tho Kulxsr law and it went sailing through a Mnrptiyixing Legisla
ture without opposition. The question imturally arises who has
tamuri tho Tammany Tiger. The Coininoreial Appeal says the man
behind the gun is Milliam T. McCo.nln. who was IWaonts jl
non's Campaign manager and the new Demor-rat National Commit
Iooiiihii. It is said that when Governor t,!)im becHine Governor, f
tor tho impeachment of Uoernor Kul.o'. he sent for McCombs and
nflor going over the conditions in the Smt ., with htm, asked him
what he was to do ami it is reported th it McOo.nb .mid. in his cool,
ilatiirmlno.1 way. "If I were you I'd ju-t go along in my way and bo
Govornor." Mr. Glynn has taken hi ad v ire and has had pretty
ulonr sailing. It jb even claimed that Murphy will not oppose he re
moval or one of his henchman from the Chairmanship of the Demo,
orat htnto Committee and the selecting of -no of his politicni enemies
in hiH place and that in the face of the fart 2S of the lb State t,om
niittoineii nro diocl-in.thn.wool Murphy iiipii. Cerlnmly someone
bus earned iiohnngo to come over the gen'letnan of lainuiany fame
and ifMcCombs has been able to exercise this miioh inlluenoo ovor
the ohioftan perhaps !.e will bauble logo a stop farthor and
doposo him from his throno as Tammany Isador. McCombs and Mjir.
phy hiiMi alaH boon the host of frionds personally but always dif
forod widely politically. MoCombf has always stood for cloun politioe
Murphy Tor anything to win.. Still Murphy iidmirns McCombs and
ho may bo abo to wield onoiigh influence ovor tho Tniiiinnnyito to
Hot him to stop down and out for tho sake of harmony and if ho oan
accomplish this much ho will have accomplished another ono of tho
mpossibilitios for tho democracy of tho nation.
Out of sort , doprosBod, pain in
thu Inol-- Kiclrip Bitter renew
your henlth and strongth. A guar
antced Lh.-rnud Kidnoy remedy.
Money back if not satisfied. It
completely cured Robert Mndsen,
of West Burlington, Iowa, who
Biilforod from virulent liver troublo
for eight months. After four doc
tors gave him up, hu took Klootrio
Hitters and is now a well man.
Got a bottlo today; it will do tho
same for you. Koop in tho houso
for all livorand kindoy complaints
Perfectly safe and dependable. Its
results will surpriso you. fUc and
J I. ID. Bueklin & Co. Philadol
phiaor c.t. LouiB.
Lands For Lease
Notice is heteb.v Riven that the Sec
retary to thu CmniniiisioiH'is of the
Land Olllco, State of OkliihnuiH, will
receive M'tilril hills m his ouVe in Ok
lahoma City, Oklahoma, until twelve
(12) o'clock, noon, Sntutdn), Keh. 121,
19M. for i non-preference i iglit km
iwrury luic for tho j ear 19M, on tho'
following it'ncrilied lands, situated in '
iho County of t'udilo, State of Oklnho-1
ran, to-ui': I
South Half of the Southwest Quarter
Section Twenty-M'ven (27) Township
Eiht (8) North, RanRe Eleven (11)
Southeast Quarter, Section Thirty
three (38) Township Seen (7) - Ninth
JlanjreTen (10) West.
Southeast Qunrtrr. Section Nine 10)
Township liiKht 8 North, Range
Hiils s '1 he open immediately there
after an! .warded to the highest and
hetit litiii ci , subject to the approval of
tho Conuuiisionois of tho Lund Oirice.
J'oi&ossion will be Rien immediate!
The right to reject an and all bids it.
John R. Williams. Secretary to the
tmmi!8ioners of the Land Office
State of Oklahoma. February 3, 101 1.
3 .,.. ...
It fs a very serious matter to ulc
for one medicine and have the
wrong one given yii. Kor thi3
reason we urge you In buying to
be careful to get the genuine
The repu.atlon of thia old, relia
ble medicine, for constipation, in
digestion and liver trouble, is firm
ly established. It does not imitate
other medicines. It is better than
others, or it would net be the fa
vr cite liver powder, with a larger
salo than al: others combined.
SOLD IN TOWN F2
TAX DEED NOTICE
To whom it may ?oncurn, and
tho unknown own era of tho ol
lowing real estate, to-wit:
Lot -ill, block 151, district two.
Broadway st., situatod in tho town
of Anadarko, Caddo county, state
of Oklahoma, according to tho
duly recorded plat thereof.
You nod enoh of you uro horoby
notified that said real estate abovo
doaeribud was on the tit li day of
Novembor, 151 1, sold by tho Conn
ty Treasurer, of said county, for
the delinquent paving tnxos due
tlu "on for the year JVM, for tho
stun of $27, lo including interest,
penalty and costs allowed by law.
That said county treasurer issued
cnificate of purchase therefor,
and the undersigned is now the
owner and holder of said certificate
You are theroforo further noti
fied that unless you redeom snid
real estate from snid salo within
sixty days from date of first pub
lication of this notice, a tax deed
for said real estate will bo demand
ed nndlwilljssuo to mo ns provid.
od by law.
Datodjthis 2ith day of Novem
1 V. Myors, owuor and holdor
of said tax s'do cortitlcntc, Ana
Wanted Traveler, experience
unnecessary. Good tonus to right
party. Liberal oiler and agree
ment. J. E, McBrndy, Chicago.
Vo offer Ono Hundred Dollars
Reward for any enso of Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by Hall's
T. J. CIIUNBY & CO.. Toledo. O.
WV, tho underslRiiwl, have ltnown F. J.
('lie tit y for "- ''t IS years, ami believe
nlm perfectly hunniubln In nil luslntsi
truriBuctlons unci ilnxni-lnlly able to carry
ut .iny nlillKiitlnns mailt by Ilia firm
N T10NAL HANK OK COMMEltCB,
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is tnkon Internally,
lnR illrcitly upon tho Mood and inu-
ouh KtirfiueH uf Hie aynletn. TootlmonlaU
ai'iu Im l'rlio T. wnts per bottle. Sold
hv -ill nriiKKlKlv.
Tik. ili) l niilK rllli for Oonitlpatlti.
ANDAILTHROATANU LUHG TROUBLES
l,r '"ounty Superintendent
Wo are authorized to aunoiuipe
C. W. JJasure for County Super
intendent of Public Instruction,
subject to the action of tho Demo
oratio primary. ,
Wn are auth prized to announce
Mrs. Kate Stevens of Apsoho for
County Superintendent of Public
Instruction, subject to tlio aotioti
of the lemocratio primary, j
We are authorized lo annonuce
Mrs. Linna Reeoo Lowthw as a
oandidate for County Superin
tendent, subject o the aetion of
the republican primary.
We are authorized it announce
Ed Potter of Ft. t ubb, forSherill
of Caddo eonnty, subj. ct to the
action of the Democratic pjrimarj.
Wo are authorized to announce
I?rahk Jjacey as a PKiididate for
Hhorill', subject to the aotion of
Wo are authorized to announce
Frank M. Sheets as a candidate
for Sheriff, subject to the action
of the democratic primary.
Wo nro authorized to amiomico
A c Melton as a candidate for
Shorill', subject to the aotion of
the Democratic piiinury
Ji'or County Clerk
We are authorired to announce
L. X. Vedder as a enndtdato for
County Clerk, subject to thej no
tion of the demooratio primary.
Wo are authorized to nnnouuee
ThooG. Oolko for Court Clerk,
subject to thu action of tho Demo
Wo aro authorized to aunouueo
Loo E. Fitpatrick of llinton
township for Court Clerk, sub
ject to tho nct'on of thd JJomo
Wo nro authorizcil to announce
J. F. Allison, of Ft. Cobb, for
County Coininiesionor of tho 3rd.
district, subject to tho action of
the Democratic primary.
Wo aro authorized to iiniiounco
Maon Hester for County Com
missioner from tho third district
subject to tho aotion of the demo,
Wo aro authorized to announce
Dan Volmor for Commissioner
for tho '2nd district, biibjuct to the
action of tho Domocrntio primary.
Vo aro authorized to nnuonuce
J It Shuiik for Commissioner
from tho Socond District subject
to tho aotion of the Democratic
Wo aro authorized to nnnpunco
S P tfntlitT as a candidate for
('ominissionor from tho Third
District, subject to tho actipn f
tho Domooratio primary
To Parents 'of
Pursuant to tho resolution of
tho Board of Education" authoriz
ing a system of Medicai Inspec
tion for tho l'ublio Schools ar
rangements have boon inodo whoro
by the examinations of the pupils
may bo iiiado at tho oflicos of any
of the following phyBSPians, JJr.
O. li. Jluino, Dr. Iverlov. Dr.
Williams, Dr. Anderson, or Dr.
Jf you dosiro to havo tho exam
inations of your children conduct,
od at tho ollico, you are requested
to take them to any of the abovo
moutioned physicians, before Fob.
loth. After that timo the exam
inations will be conducted at tho
sohool buildings. ! 2JPK5
There will bo no chargesJfor
It is tha dcsiio of tho e bool
authorities that this work L ao
coinp'ishod with tho least po. nblo
delay consistent with thorough
ness, in order that tho pupils may
havo nt ouco the benefits to be du
W. 11. Bishop, Supf.
MAKKS10.00 A DAY. Host
soller. Show it and 't'6 3old Mal.
"JIU.DO a day or we return tniuioy.
l'ar. 10c. HeriMlean Co., Guthrio,
For Sale Good gentle
driving horse. Ipquiie at Cred
WORLD'S END 1914
Not Pasior Russell's View at
AII-Hp Explains His View.
Canadian Minister Quoted "The Earth
Abidtth Forever" Christ Will Not
Come Again as a Man, According to
the Bible Pastor Russell Delievet
That 1914 Marks a Great Change of
Dispensation Christ's Parousia Pre
cedes His Epiphan.a.
1 It UK 1'huto
lira in a of Ore
Htlon 1m boliic put
hefnru the ieo
plu In many In me
.isin for OikI, rell
uiiiu and the Illlile,
fro in the text
' Thtiri Kliitll also
the eotnlnij lla
roiiMl.i (ire m-ihoJ of the Son of Man
be, Uii' liall he eatlliR, (lllnkliiK.
pliiiit Inu and inarixliit;. mid Uuow nut."
Matthew 'JI.-RT. 3S.
The Piiator was proinpteil to noluet
liU text by lendliiK an extract from a
reeent mormon of n Cniuidiau uihiUter,
who declared Hint 101 1 would wltnotw
tho Second Coming of ChrUt. The
statement ternilt(eil the inference that
the mlulRtei' holds the view common
to nearly nil creeds that the earth Is
to bo burned ill ami the human racu
blottiil out. mid that Cliilut will come,
to nee that none of the Church are
destroyed All such expectation, (1e
1'nntor claimed, mo wholly inwerlp
tunil, untrue and mlsluiHllli.
Then the 1'nntor explnlned In full the
vailoiiH Si'i'iptuuti coainioiily NtiiipiMtil
to support uch Icwh The wroiiR in
tenirelatioiw so prevalent, he claimed.
heloiiK to the Dink Arcs, when publle
teachers hcemed to lose all apprecia
tion of llRtirutive hingiiiige; and when
Christ's references to Gehenna I'lre.
which burned outside the wall of Je
riibiilem, were understood to refer to
an eternity of torture for all except
the saintly few. lie showed that St.
Peter's words, "the heavens shall be
on tire." and "the earth and the tliiiiKS
therein shall he burned up," refer to
tho et-y period which St. Peter else
where calls "Times of Restitution" and
blessing (not world-burning) to follow
Jesus' Second Coming.
Uoth the Master anil Ills Apostles,
the Pastor asserted, frequently uieil
the noiil lire ns symbolical of tribula
tion. Among the many" Scriptures
quoted to substantiate his nssortlon
was St. Peter's exhortation, "Think it
not stranse concerning the fiery trial
which slmll try you."
The Pastor quoted many Scriptures
to prove that the eaitli is'not to be de
stroyed, that "the earth abldeth "for
ever"; that God "ciented It not iu vnln.
but formed It to bo Inhabited." This
hit prophecy, he claimed, bus not jet
been fulfilled; for liiimence tracts of
land are still unoccupied.
The speaker then discussed popular
misconceptions i expecting the end of
the uorld and showed that these ato
based upon a misunderstanding, ihtu
to the fact that our Common Version
Illlile uses the woid world where the
word nge, epoch, order of things, would
better expiess the thought of the origi
nal. According to Scripture, the pre
cat onler. of which Satan is ruler. U
to give place to a new order of things,
under control of the Prince of Light.
Christ's Second Coming.
Next the Pastor demonstrated con
cluslely from Scilpturo that our Lord
Is no longer a htiumu being. Nearly
nineteen centuries ago. tho Logos left
Heavenly glory and was made flesh.
God had pronounced a death sentence
upon mini, from which the nice could
not be released unless some one would
become their redeemer and meet the
penalty for them. This penalty was
death, not eternal torment, of which
the Scriptures know nothing. Our
Lord carried out tho Dlvhie, Program,
and as a reward has been highly ex
alted-' far above angels."
''he spvnkcr then showed that the
word coming Is used to translate sev
eral very illltorent Greek words. Ono
of these Is Parousia, meaning pres
ence, and used in reference to the first
stage of our lord's Second Advent,
lie will he Invisibly piesent Kor a
while none will realize Ills Parousia,
except the Church. All earthly things
will continue as they have buying.
Rolling, marrying, etc.-for a while.
Later on will come tho ICplphanla
tho revelation, or manifestation not In
Iho tlesh, but In a great Thno of Trou
ble, symbolically represented as (lie.
We read. "lie shall be revealed In Uam
lag tire, taking vengeance."
Tho Pastor understands the lilblo to
tench that .Testis has thus been pres
ent since IS" I The Second Advent be
gan then The wonderful progiess In
the world since thou Hlble students
thus explain They understand the
Illble to tench that this Parousia will
continue for a thousand jears, bnt
that the Kplphanla will bo due forty
jears aftjr the Presence began. Kor
this reason t' o' aro looking very In
tently to see what the year may bring.
T.vervwliere we ,eo signs of unrest, a
time of (rouble browing. It looks as
t'ioi.gh this year would murk the be
ginning of the ll.imlng fire of Judg
ments which will hiiracterlze the in-
j 'ir'l a f .csv h'l glorious Jtclga
I vf igl .eu .ii' ss and life eternal.
Washington, Feb. 23. Whilo
the houje overlooked tho custom
of hftwng a member road Wash
ington's fnrewi-ll address from
ths speaker's rostrum to commem
orate the first yreaidont's birth,
CJeorge Washington's participa
tion in real estate deals in the na
ti nal rapithl was a feature of de
bate Monday on District of Col
Uepreeentative Sinon of Mise
issippi, democrat, n question
ing tho propriety of prnporty
owning in tho capital by ropros
entatives iu congress rind others
having to do with legislation re
lating to taxation of Washington
real estate when Jtepublicnu Jioad
erMann asked if the Mississippian
"mount to cast any retlection on
the father of his country," who
ownod a grant doal of land in
"J do not boliovo tho father of
our country," Mr. Si&son began,
whon .Mr. Mann intorjootod :
"Ho did tho identical thing
that tho gontloman condemns."
"I do not boliovo if what they
say about it is true,'1 responded
Mr. Sisson, "it is to tho credit of
tho fathor of our country, thnt ho
was interested in tho development
of ical estate here."
"I think it is very much to his
credit," Mr. Mann rotorted, "that
whon tho capital was located hero
he endeavored to develop it in
Btend of opposing it.''
Representative Ga-rrtlof Ten
nesseo interrupted n 'uiR point to
remind tho debatoi .hat Wash
ington city never ww- the seat of
government whilo Georgo Waah
ir.gton was president.
Gives the Real Facts In Regard to
Her Case and Tells How She
Joncsboro, Ark. "I suffered a com
plete break down In health, eomo thno
ago," wrftew Mrs. A. McGIll, from this
place. "I vras very weak and could
not do any work. I tried different
romcdles, but they did mo no good.
Ono day, I got a bottlo of Cardul. It
did me so much good, I was surprised,
and took somo more.
lioforo I took Cardul, I had headacho
and backache, and sometimes I would
cry for hours. Now I cr ovor all that,
and can do all kinds of housework. I
think It is tho greatest medlcino on
In tho past fifty years, thousands of
ladles have written, like Mrs. McGIll,
to tell of tho benefit received from
Such testimony, from earnest women,
surely Indicates tho great valuo of this
tonic remedy, for diseases peculiar to
women. Aro you a sufferer? Yes?
Cardul Is tho medlcino you need.
Wo urge you to try It.
N. D. Writt tn i UJIn' Advisory Ptpt..Chtti
iioosa Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn , or Slfcial
ln'tmttiimi, and W-pagf Ixxik. "Home TreaUuat
lor Woraen," sent In plain wrapper, on rcas".
$100 Reward, $100
Tho loaders of this paper will b
pleased to learn that there Is at lean', ono
dreaded dlseneo that science has teen
able to curo In ull Its stages, and tha. J
Catarrh, llnll'a Catarrh Cure Is the on'.y
positive cure now known to the medlcil
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfnees of the ayitem, there
by destroying Iho foundation of the dts
ir and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
imtme in doing its work. Tho proprietors
have so much faith In Its curativo pow
rs that they offer One Hundiod Dollars
for any case that It falls to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Addrr! F J CHKNEV A CO.. Toledo, O.
Sola by all DruxKlitt. 7tc
Take Hall's Family Tills for conetlpatlon.
SuccccJ v -.thing ilsc fails.
In ncrvo on and ferrale
weaVnc-sc a the supreme
remedy, U3 'j have testified.
FOR KIDNs v. LIVER AND
it is the bes .-. icfne ever cold
over hi' "is counter.
t y- .'tiww.niPiMWMiiMW
Plies Cur m 6 to 14 Days
Vmi. .lnfuiirt . im! tnoncr if PAZO
, OINTMENT fall ti. . any cae of ltcbuif,
Ttliml.UIted'hrnr ITotriu'inj ruinom 11 cavi.
jlwCrtl S).j)w4t.nicsl.a: suU l':it. COc.
A PIPE DREAM
v If you want n bargain in n pip
go to l'nul Kaiser. I just got in a
now bhipniont. The best pipes in
town for tho inonoy. Also fanc
tobaccos and oigars. Lot us send
j on the Oklahoma Nows'only 25c
a month. All tho magazines nnd i
good line of frehchocolntes. Hot
and cold lunch, inorclwnits ltmel
from 11:30 to 2 p. in. Shoit urderp
at all hours, flot and cold drinks.
We will do our f)9st to please jo
Paul Kaiser Confectionery A. C'nfr
A Winter Cough
A stubborn, annoying, depress
ing cough lumps on, racks tin
body, weakenc the lungs, end of
ten leads to serious results. Th
first dose of Dr. King's ew Dis
corery gives relief. Henry U.
Sandors, of Cnv ndisb, Vt., was
threatened with con&unii.ti .m, af
tor having pneumonia, He writes
"Dr. King's New Diseoven ought
to bo in every fntrilj ; it is cer
tainly tho best of all medicines
for coughs, colds or lung trouble''
Good for children's. Money back
if not satisfied. Price 50c and $1.00
At all Druggists, '
H. E. Buckling Co. rhiladlphia
or St. Louis.
Tues. Feb. 24th, J p. in.
Roll Call. Sohool News.
How to Secure tho Best Results
in renmanship. liss Franz.
Nature Study;' bnggestions for
Mnrch, April nnd May. Miss Good
Teaching Fractions Illustrated
'? Discussion, Mrs. Alice Clove-
Language, SllII'estions,'"" for
Second, Third and Fourth Gradoe
Free to Farmers
By special arrangement Rate
kin Seed Houso nf Shenandoah.
Iowa, will mail a copy ot their Big
1511-1 illustrated Seed Hook, and a
sample of "Diamond Joo's Big
Whito' ' 6eed oom thnt has a ro
coid of over 200 bushels per ncre,
freo to every reader of this paper
who may be interested In the Crops
thoy plant. This book is n com
ploto compendium of farming and
fnrm and garden seeds. It tolls
how to giow big crops and nil
about bcBt varitieB of seed corn fo
your locality; also Seed Oats,
Wheat, Barloy, Spoltz, Grasses,
(Jlovors, Alfalfa, Pnaturo nnd
Lawn Mixtures, Seed Potatoes
nnd all other farm nnd garden
seeds. This socd book is worth
dollars to Jail in want of seeds of
any sort. Its free to all our readers.
Write for it and mention this pn
per. Tho address is Rntekin' Seed
House, Shenandoah, Iowa.
Wanted aOO feet 1 or IJ inch, .
second hand gas pipe. W66ter Broe
Our farm loan plan is now and
muoh hotter than tho old way.
We consolidate matter, make low
rate of interest and givo you priv
ileges thatothors don't
If you are thinking of makiug a
farm lonn, or increasing tho r'd
one, drop us a lino and wo will
tell you.our plan.
Courtney &, Drako,
Wanted To do washing and
rroninjr, uoatly done. Apply be
tween nth nnd Oth Georgia.