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Anadarko Daily Democrat
Democrat Publishing Company, Owners.
T. J. Lewis, Manager
Entered .it tlio ,stoHioerut nudnrko.Oklnhoin,; m
boioikI close nihttur. B .
Rates 10 cems per week
T.mmm innv be pretty bad.
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oMeagainst a Mind senator. - Ft. Wortu Record,
ifor acouftd a ronn of being a Dond-holder.
If Senator Castillo ii, as le iy, the Socialist leader in Mleo
It i. I! " tebli.h the party afrlliation. of the other eminent
atattmen who are now In the limelight. lluerU . jf, ton He
DuMiMii standpatter. Carranwi la a ., old litis i Democrat, MHa in ft
froSrer Democrat, and Zapata, whose hand is against JVrybwly
and Berything, hmIn a Theodore Roosevelt Progressive.- ow
NOrWHhrscli a line-up, it ii uo wonder that thereare so many mug-
WM"Mh" nlill Ui l- 'We in Mexico It ought to be easy adjusted.
Lot Senor Castillo commit suicide appoint lluerta ."rofesor of some
few iohool have CnrraiiM join Tammany appoint ilia icri-tary of
mate ami senu .npnm iu ."!"
Out of sorts, depressed, pain in
tlio back - Electric IMttor renew
your health nnd strength. A gunr
antoed Liver and Kidney remedy.
Money back if not satisfied. It
completely curud Robert Madten,
of Wol Burlington, Iowa, who
miirored from virulent liver troublo
for oight months. After four doe
torn gave hi in up, he took lSlect rio
Bitteie and la now a well mn.
Got n bottle today; it will do tho
oiuno for you. Keep in 'tho house
for nil hvor and kindoy complaints
Perfectly Bafo and dependable. Its
tobuHb will Hiirpriso you. .Mv and
IT. E. Bucklin ov Co. Phlludol
phiaor St. Louis.
Lands For Lease
Notico is hereh given that tho Sec"
rotary to tho Commissioners ot Urn
LnndOfllco. Stiito of Oklahoma, will
recoivo sealed bids in his olTieo in Ok
lalioinn City, Oklahoma, until twelve
(12) o'clock, noon, Saturday, Fob. 21,
1911. for a non-proforunco right lf.n-
torary lease for the year l'Jl-l, on tho
following described land?, situated in
tho County of Caddo, State of Oklaho
South Half of tho Southwest Quarter
Section Twenty-hovon (27) Township
Hlght (8) North, Range Klovon (11)
Southeast Quarter, Section Thirty
throo (113) Township Sevon (7; North
UangoTen (10) Wost.
Southeast Quarter, Seotlon Nino fl)
Township Eight 8 North, Range
Klght 8 West.
llids will he open immediately there
after ard awarded to the highost and
best bidder, subject to tho approval of
tho Commissioners of the Land Office.
Possession will bo given Immediately
Tho right to i eject any and all bids i
John R. Williams, Secretary to tho
Commissioners of the Land Oirieo.
State of Oklahoma. 'Februury .1. 1914.
TAX DEED NOTRE
To whom it may concern, and
tho unknown owners of tho ol-
lowing roiiloststo, to-wit:
Lot 21), blcok l(., district two,
.Broadway St., situated in tho town
of Anadarko, Caddo county, etato
of Oklahoma, neoording to tho
duly recordod pint thoroof.
You nnd ench of you nro hereby
notified that said ronl ostntonbovo
deocribod wns on tho tith day of
Novombor, 11)11, boI'1 by tho Conn
ty Treasurer, of Baid county, for
the duliuquont paving taxes duo
the ion for tho year 11)11, for tho
sum of 27, 1 including intorost.
penalty nnd costs nllowod by law.
That said county treasurer issued
oniiicnto of purchase thorofor,
and tho undorsigned is now tho
owner and holder of said certificate
You nro thoroforo further noti
lied that unless v-n redeem an"
real estato from snid salo wit'
sixty days from date of first j
Mention of this notice, a tnx dt
for Baid ronl estnto will bo demand
ed imdywill.iEBuo to mo us provid.
od by law.
Diitod'this 2th day of Novo'
I" W. Myers, owner and holdt
of said fnv giln cerlificate, Ana
but it never framed up n scandal
for all by Calumet
Tor daily uso In millions of Utcliani 1 as
prow J ih it Calumet ii hirl-t not only in
gitaliv hiin leni'ehing-power &3 e un
failing in results pure to the extreme and
winderfully economical in u' Ask youi
grocer. And try Calumet next bake day.
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS
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4 ou Jon 'I mkc monty ichtn jxu tup
thtap or big-can lading poudtt. Don I
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economical more wholesome pi e)
belt tesullt. Calur.it t It fat tupcnoi '
tour milk and tod J.
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For County Suporintendor.t
Wo nro nuthorizod to nnnounco
C. W. KnBiiro for County Sujior.
intondontof Public Instruction,
subject to tho action of tho Domo.
Wo aro aiithirized to nnnounco
Mrs. Kate Stevens of Apaoho for
County Superintendent of L'ublio
Iustrur-tion, sutject to the action
of the Democratic primary, j
Wo are aulhorixed to uunounoe
Airs. Linnt Heece Ixwther as n
oandidate for Comity Superin
tendent, subject to the action of
the republican primary.
We are aut homed to aunounce
Ed Foster of Ft. Cobb, for Sheriff j
of Caddo county, aubjeot to the
action of the Democratic primary.
Wo are authorized to nuiiounre
Frank Lacey as candidate fr
tShoriff, subject to tho action ut
Wo are authorized to nnnoiinco
frank M. Slieots as n candidate
for Sheriff, subject to the action
of the democratic primary.
Wo are authorized to announce
A o Molten as a jenndidato for
Sheriff, subject to tho action of
tho Democratic pi unary
For County Clerk
Wo are authorired to nnnottiice
L. N. Vedder as a cnudidnte for
County Clerk, subject to the ac
tion o tho domocratio primary.
Wo aro authorized to nnnounco
Thoo Li. Ooiko for Court Clork,
subject to tho notion of tho Domo
Wo nro authori.od to nnnounco
Leo E. Fitzpntrick of liinton
township for Court Clork, sub
jeet to tho notion of tho Demo
Wo aro authorized to nnnounco
J. F. Ellison, of Ft. Cobb, for
County Commiosionor of tho .'ird.
district, subject to tho action of
tho Domocrntic primary.
Wo nro nuthorizod to nnnounco
Alnon Host or for County Com
missioner from tho third district
subject to tho action of tho domo
Wo nro nuthorizod to nnnounco
Dan Volmor for Commissioner
for tho 2nd district, subjoct to tho
action of tho Democratic primary.
Wo nro authorized to nnnouuro
J K Shtiitk for Commissioner
lrom tho Second District subject
to tho action of the Democratic
Wo are authorized to announco
S 1 Katliff as a enndidnto for
Commissioner from tho' Third
District, subject to tho notion of
tho Demoaralio primary
To Parents of
Pursuant to tho rosolutiou of
tho Bonrd of Education" uuthonz
in n system of Medicai Inspec
tion for the Public Schools nr
ranomunts have boon mode whero
by tho examinations of the pupils
tuny bo mudo at tho oflicos of nny
of tho fallowing physscians. Ur.
1 C. R. Plume, Dr. iverloy. Dr.
Williams, Dr. Anderson, or Dr.
If you dosiro to hnvo tho exam
inations of your children conduct
ed at tho ollico, you nro requested j
to take them to nny of tho above
montionod physioians, boforo Fuii.
loth. After that time tho oxum
inations will bo conductod at tho
school buildings. JvT
Thoro will bo no chnrgesfor
It is the dcsiio of tho school
authoritiea that this work bo no.
comp'ished with tho least possible
delay consistent with thorough
ness, in ordor that tho pupils mny
hnvo at onco tho benefits to bo do
W. H. Bishop, Sup.
MAKE $10.00 A DAY. Best
seller. Show it nud it's sold Make
$10.00 a day or wo return inonpy.
Par. lOo. Horcujenu Co., Guthrio,
For Sale Good gentle
driving horse. Inquire at Cres
ent Sore. ,
MESSIAH TO ASK
FOR THE HEATHEN
The Redeemer Has Not Yet
Asked For His inheritance.
World -wld Dominion Premised Ms
ir Tho Conversion of th Haathtn
hnrlly to Aoeompllshod Mes
siah's Conqusst of the Nation The
Arrow of Truth Vill Reach Men's
Heart From the Quiver of Divine
Wisdom, Justiee and Love Force to
Be Employed In Putting Down All
Opposition Death to Be Destroyed.
tixliiy reluttxt to
tlio fulfilment t
"Auk of .Me. ami 1
Oi ill gho Tiled
i hi' bi'iitlicn for
ii. id the uttermost
imi'ts of the curtli
fur Thy pussw-slin."-IsalDi
The l'ustor tie
clnreil that his
text, tnken from a .Moaslaulc Psalui.
rcprcsciitK MebMiiili at making known
to lli ii'iilo the Ilenxonly fa
ther's docrw rcwurilliijf lllm for
Ills falthruliifs ns our llwleonicr
ni.il nssui-tug Hitn of Ills exsltaliuii to
the Kingdom, with iover to subject
all things lo tho I'utliur's will. This
dominion lias not yet eoino to Messiah.
The Prlure of IJarkness still reigns.
Tlio reason for this, the l'ustor ex
plained, Is that our Itetloemcr Ims not
yet asked for Ills Inheritance. Know
Iiir tlio Diriuo I'lan, our Ionl was
content to wait until the due time. In
harmony with another feature of that
l'lnn which must iirwi'do the setting
up of the Messhink- Klugdom. That
feature It tho selection of tho Church,
the Itrlilu of Christ.
Tho fastor next showed that mean
time tho heathen have been suffering
uo loss. Horn in sin. condemned to
death, all of Adam's family Imvo had
experiences with sin and death, anil
hnvo been goln down Into the tomb
tho prison-house of death there to re
main until the Redeemer at 111m Sec
ond Advent shall call them from their
graves. Then a fair trial will be given
them, to determine their worthiness or
unworthlness of life everlasting. It
was part of the Divine purpose, lie ex
plained, that tho enrth should be filled
with people; and hence the bringing
forth of a progeny Is part of the Di
vine will. The few years of this life,
with experience of sin and death con
ditions, will bo supplemented by tho
grand oppoituuitles of the next Age.
Converting tho World.
Then tho Pastor contrasted God's
method of dealing with the world In
general with that which He adopted
for the Church during this Age. In
tho next Age, force will bo used, not
merely moral suasion. Mankind will
be compelled to be obedient. .Numer
ous Scrlptuics were quoted to sustain
this position. Among theto I'snlin .
This Psalm, tho Pastor declared, Is
descriptive of Messiah's triumph dur
ing the Millennial Age a picture of
tho conversion of the heathen. Tho
arrows of Truth, which will go forth
to tho whole world, will reach tho
hearts of men and will smite them
down. To lllustrato the thought the
speaker reminded his audience that
when St. Peter preached that tho Jews
hud crui'llleil the Son of Uod. his hear
ers were "cut to the heart" pierced
with the lance of Truth.
The Pastor holds that this work of
dealing with (ho world will begin with
tho generation living at the time or
the establishment of Messiah's King
dom. Ultimately It will Include all
that are In their graves, in tho reverse
order of that In which they entered,
The last will eoino forth llrst "every
man In his own order," or class.
Referring to the Second Psalm, the
Pastor appled It to the time of our
Lord's Second Coming, when the
Church will have entered into His glo
ry as "tho" Hrlde, tho Lamb's Wife."
symbolically pictured as tho Now Je
rusalem I'rom that Heavenly City.
aiding to St John, tho Water of
l.lfo will How freely, and whosoever
mux partake. Meantime, tho
Mieakei declared, before the nations
will be leady for thnt blessing, they
must pass through u period of deep
humiliation-"!! TImo of Trouble such
as was nut since there was a nation."
The extent to which the uatlons will
buffer at that time will depend largely
upon their own attitude, the Pastor be
lieves. Ho bases his opinion upou tho
verse following his text. Those that
accept Messiah's Rule heartily will bo
correspondingly saved from the break
ing process. Hence the exhortation.
"Kiss the Son, lest He be augry, and
ye perish from the way."
Tho Glorious Outcome.
Tho Pastor concluded with a brief
summary of (Sod's Plan of salvation.
First He lias selected Tho Christ Je
sus tho Head, and the Church Ills
Hotly through whom Ho purpose to
bless all the families of tho earth.
This blessing will consist of a knowl
edge of Himself, Ills glorious charac
ter, and also of an opportunity for life
everlasting. The Scriptures, ho de
clared, do not authorize us to claim
universal salvation, but distinctly
speak of some who will die the Second
Death. These wl'l have demonstrated
fttity that they nre not In harmony with
tho principles of rlgliteoiisuts, aud
tkervfore unworthy of life vverlUKtlax-
FAMOUS RELIGIOUS EDITUA,
Th fsmrd RIble defender, the Ten
crable Pastor Russell of Iondun and
ltrooklyn Tabernacles, hns won un
utlnted pralw from tho press and public
of many nations by forty yours' unceas
ing nativity on eiiKHst and writer.
In tho curly part of hi ministry
Riiialler cities were frequently lnltfl,
but not so now, nliico his field of o
erutlon has become world-wide, and
the urgeut Invitations to deliver free
public leotnren in the largeat cities
have become en numerous that even nil
of these rnnnot tie accepted.
Kor th past several yeern Pastor
Itiwell hn mnde -ml-r 'innl foreign
tours, nnd, through the pros raiiorts of
his meetings held In I urge public halls
of the lending cities, he hns recelvml
much favorable comment and publicity.
Wonderful tf'.iwing Power.
As ii public speaker on ltlblc topics,
l'ustor Runsell stands iiiirlratnl
stands nlnnu In a place created by his
own Individual work, a place not previ
ously Mtlulned nor occupied by another.
The mammoth crowds that repeated
ly assemble to hear him at every op
jiort unity I eoucluslve evidence as to
his drawing power. I-ast year, w'dle
conducting a series of Sunday meet
ing's lu the London Royal Alls-rt Hall,
Pastor Russell received written com
inunlcutloii through the mall from
more than six thousand persons, ro
qmwtlng printed r ,iles of his sermons.
Bo spontaneous a demand wai both
unprecedented nnd unlooked for. An
other evldeuce of his popularity on tho
other side of the rolling blue Is tho
publication of his weekly sermons In
something over three hundred iwpeM
in Kngland, Ireland. Scotland, Australia.
The Editor of Orent Ilrltnln'M fore
most family paper. The l'foplr'x Jour
nal, hns so aptly commented nnd acted
on (lie niHtler that we nn do no lietter
than to quote here the heart-to-heart
tulk'ho gave his renders. Ho said:
A Wonderful Preacher.
"It 1 not tlio iion-rliurch-BoInK tenden
cies of the Ann that I want to tnlk lo
you about nltlKih my 'theme' Is more
or less dourly connected with that Mib
Joct. Vnu linv all, I think, hennl of
Pastor lUvwll. the wonilerfut American
jironchir, who Ims Jut ben imiucieu to
tho clmrKe of the London Tabornacle.
known nil over the United Klnsdom and
thousuiuls of miles beyond, a the pulpit
or the roered Spurcron. Mr. ItusMtl has
chleved a position In the world of re
ligious thnucht unequaled by any llvtnK
Divine. And. curiously enouxh, he deliv
ers his meisnue lo far moro people 'out
Bide' the church than could ever be
brotiidit toBother within tho walls of the
largest temple In the Universe Ills ser
mons and wrlllncs have won for them
selves an extraordinary popularity In
Ani-rlea and I nm rredlbly Informed that
Pastor Russell's printed books on rcllslous
subjects are excelled In circulation only
by the lllble llself Just think what this
means It means tint millions of people
nil over the world have found somethliiK
In Pastor RuseelfH n'rmons. uksays and
lectin -s which they hao been unable to
dl-oer In uny other rellKtous writings
court fioni tho Great Hook Itself.
A Weekly Talk.
"Now, to come to lhn crux of tho mat
ter. I feel sum thut tho vast majority of
my readers will learn with pleasure that
1 have nrraimed fnri weekly contribution
from the pen of Pastor Russell. A 'ser
monelte' Mr. Rusl! himself cnlls It. but
I have an Idmi it will lw found to bo
sorhrthlnR more, something fuller, than
merely a condensed n-rnion 1 lime been
reading a r.litlon uf the famous Pas
tor's rellg-lotis w-rltlncs, and they appeal
to me us lclnK more of the unture of
quiet, discursive talks on serious subjects
than sermons or pulpit dullverancos or the
conventional descilptlon Pastor Russell
Is a clear, easily understood thinker; he
eschews dogma ami all sulitletles of form
nnd fnllli. nnd ho says what he hns to ray
on tlio great truths uf religion and morals
In plain but always beautiful languaeo.
lie Npoaks And -writes not only to the or
dinary church-Boer, ns we accept tho
phrase, hut to all Intelligent men and wo
men, and I for ope enn quite well appre
ciate, tho unparalleled popularity which
lie has achieved In America n popularity,
1 feel convinced, he will very soon equal
In this country Pastor Russell's talks
will begin In the Journal next peek, and I
nm hopeful thut they will be an extremely
popular fimtuio of the Journal,"
The Press of America.
Pastor Russell's popularity abroad
does not deprive him of tho honor of
preaching to the Inrgest congregation
In America. Surprising ns It may
seem, Ills Rcrmons are at present pub
lished In moro than one thousand
newspapers lu America, reaching up
proximately ten million homes weekly.
Last June ami July, while making a
trans continental tour lo attend the III
ble Students Convention nt San Fran
cisco, Pastor Russell made several
stops en route, nnd 'the reception every
where accorded the "American Spur
geon" was most bcnrt-cheerlng.
Many excellent accounts 'of hie meet
ings were published. "The San Fran
cisco Call." In making reference to
v. hat other pntHTs were enjlug. Inter
estingly summarized ns follows:
"Pastor Russell's glvn name hss beon
lost to publ'c record during tho last ten
yeare. In which he has been famous as the
rrcat 'Pastor' -plain Pastor Russell-who
has s.vaed hundreds of thousands In this
country and abroad
"lo the come to hear him' Well, rath
er! rio fur It bas been Impossible to en
gage a hall large enough to hold the
crowds. Dreamland Rink hss been hired
fnr this occasion In Kansas City. Den
ver. Salt Ulke nnd Los Angeles the Pas
tor and his faithful crew have taken the
populace by storm. The newspspers have
given him more spies than a war scae
snd print i.ls speeches like u Presidential
iHns Many Interpreter.
Pastor Russell recently returned
from n "Roundthe-World" Tour. His
was n two-fold work, as ho by appoint
ment was to Investigate certain mat
ters pertaining to Foreign Mission nc-
tlvlttes. nnd also to deliver public ad
dresses In Great Britain, Crcece. In
dia. Ceylon. China. Japan, etc. He Is
soon to leave ou another Tour, which
will Include nearly nil of the countries
not previously visited by uim. Thus
the declaration that the "Gkupel of
the Kingdom" shall tie pretchod as a,
uitnesa to all nations lu all the worM
will, ty the end of tali year, pMCttatt
ly to fulfilled by klm aire.
A PIPE DREAM
r3 Tf you want n bargain in n pipe
go to Pntil KniBer. I just got in n
now shipment. Tlio best pipes ii
town for tho money. Also fnnoj
tobaccos nnd cigars. Lot us semi
j on tho Oklnliomii Nowsonly 25e
a month. All tho mngnziticB nnd a
good lino of frcsh'chocolntes. Hot
and cold lunch, merchants lunH
from 31 :30 to 2 p. in. Shoit orders
at all hour. Hot and cold drinks
We will do our best to please "
Paul Kaiser Confectionery A: C'nfc
A Winter Cough
A stubborn, Annoying, depress
ing cough hangs on, racks tin
body, woakens the lungs, and of
ten lends to serious rosults. Th
first doe of Dr. King's ew Dis
covory ' gives rolief. Henry D.
Sanders, of Cavendish, Vt,, was
threatened with consumption, nf
ter having pnouiuouin, He writos
"Dr. King's New Discovery ought
to bo in every family ; it ia cer
tniuly the best of all medicine.
for coughs, colds or lung trouble'
Good for children's. Money buck
if not satisfied. Price 50c nnd Si. 00
At nil Druggists,
H. E. Bucklin & Co. Philadelphia
or St. Louis.
Tues. Feb. 24th, 4 p. m. iMisb
Roll Call. School News.
How toSecur" thf-Be6t Results
in Penmanship. -Miss Franz-
Nnture Study ,1 "niggestions for
March, April nnd May. Miss Good
Teaching Fractions Illustrated
5 DiEcussion, Mrs. Alice Cleve
land. Lnngunge.f Suggestions177 for
Second, Third and Fourth Grades
Fiee to Farmers
By special nrrnngomont Kate
kin Seed Houso of Shennndonb.
Iowa, will mail n copy ol their Big
l'.lM illustrated Seed Boob, nnd a
sumplo of "Diamond Joe's Pig
Whito" soed oom that has a re
cord of over 200 bushels per r.crc,
free to every readnr of this paper
who rliny be interested In tho Crops
thoy plnnt. This Look is n com
plete compendium of farming and
farm und garden seeds. It telle
how to giow big crops nnd nil
nbout best vnrities of seed corn fo
your locality; also Seed Onts,
Wheat, Bnrloy, Spoltz, Grasses,
Clovers, Alfalfa, Posturo ond
Lawn Mixtures, Seed Potatoes
nnd nl other, farm nnd garden
seeds. This seed book is worth
dollars to all in wnnt of 6eeds of
nny sort. Its free to nil our renders.
Writo for it nnd montion this pa.
per. Tho address is Ratokin' Seed
Houso, Shennndouh, Iowa.
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Our farm loan plan is new and
much better than tho old way.
Wo coneolidnto matters, inako low
rate of interest and givo you priv
ileges that others don't
If yon nre thinking of mnking n
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