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R EA I, ESTATE
FARM LO VNS
We make a special I of Farm Loans.
If you expect to need lean soon (ill out
and mail us the following.
I inn i
JOHN D. PUGH, Anadarlto, kl . ;j
I dosiro to got n loan of $ . - - on tho
Quaxtor of Seo T K nnd would ',
I; liko to know your boat rate, torm ot . !;
For constipation, Chambor-
lain's TnbletB are axcellenk Erbv !
to time, mild and gentle in otfeot.
Gio them r trial. For side by
Karl Douglas. I
L.l L J5K.
rn tti wn-n awi v.'tzr nw
for Duke's Mixture
nssl ifflTflll 77TTT if A
limn ill x 'Anew
Good tobacco and n good reel t That's surely a lucky
combination for the anglei and here's the way you can
nave mem uoth.
All smokers should know Duke's Mixture made by
lJKRftt X Vgcr at Durham, N. C
Pay what ou will, you cannot get better granulated
tobacco for 5o than the bi ounce and a half wick of
Duke's Mixture. It'h good any way you smoke It.
Get a Good Fishing Reel Free
by sating the Coupons now packed In l.iggitt $ Myeri Duke's
Mixture. Or. If you don't want it red get any oneof tho hundreds
of other article, in tlio list you Mill find fcouicthiiig fur oi ery
laombst ot tlio family. Pipes, cigarette cases, ditcher's gloves,
5a rr-rr .d
Gentlemen's Driving lIlore
Will Receive .Special C uru
Special 'Attention Given to
ORN MAIN & 7th STREET
jvt Y u Need a General Tonic
1 ike Grove's
CI fa; uidard Grove's TattelcM
la ; is equally valuable as a
.; ' jii.c because it contains the
s to' Jc propertiesof QUININE
' C J '. nets on the Liver, Drives
ila a, Ullriches the Blood and
up tie Whale System. 50 cents.
wuvr ' I
cameras, nuttiitM, toilet articles, etc.
Theae handsome presents cost you
nothing not one crnt. They simply
express our appreciation of your
Itrmember ou still get the same
biff o'ie nnd a half ounce sack for 5c
enough fur mjhj &utisf) lng smokes.
Curing November and Dcccnr
bcr only, we uill tend our new
Mutt rated catalogue of present
FREE. Simply send us your
name and address.
Coupont from Duki'i Mixture may ti
atlatttd with lati hem HORSE
SHOE, J.T..TINSLEVS NATURAL
LEAF, GRANGEK TWIST, rni
(rem FOOR RObES detain double
couttmV, PICK PLUG CUT. PIED.
MONT CIGARETTES, CUX CI.
GARETTES, and ether tail or
koni tuueilby us.
Address Premium Dept.
St. Louis. Mo 'A
All Work Guaranteed
Lame and Interfering ilcu'ieu
THE WATER SUPPLY PROBLEM
How Shall It Be Pumped nnd
Those who choose to live beyond the
town witter supply must devlso their
own water system, nnd this supply
will conio cither from n stream, sprint:
or n diiK or driven well nnd will, In nil
probability, hno to bo pumped to u
supply tank for distribution. If there
is a never fnllliiK stream on tho prop
erty with n Niiniclent fall a hydraulic
rrm may be need nnd Is, perhnpM, the
most ecoliomlcnl way of pumping, for
If propeily Installed It enn bo depend
ed upon to hi Hrt own work continu
ously nnd with but little attention.
The full of water tinpilrisl to operate
n rum N from two feet upward, nnd
It will push wnter to n distance of MO
feet mid elevate It thirty feet for ev
eiy foot of full
II:iln no stream, a driven well is
snfT to use than n nhnllnu well
(whhh draws lt wntpr from the up
per atnitii of soil and may onslly bt
come loiitMinliiiitedi. nnd a wlmluilll
will provide nti Inepenslve power, re
quirliu; only nil occiislonnl oiling.
pitliitliiK and the wind to turn the fan.
but, as the latter Is unreliable, bo sure
to provide a generous sired tank.
Different Kinds of Engines.
There are several kinds of engine for
pumping water. The hot nlr engine In
built espcv-lnlly for such work nnd 1ms
no superloi (exept tho electric pump
where the current Is cheap) nnd Is
economical to operate, the fuel being
either coal or keiotcue. Onsollne en
gines enn. of course, he put to many
different uses, anion r them pumping
wnter. They come In nil shies and,
like the gus engine, nre economical to
oemte. On farms where a gasoline
engine is in demand u portable one
may be purchased and. when needed
for pumping, lielted to the pump bv n
shaft and pulley. The pump in thin
ease t houlil be placed in a small house
over the well.
The ab'Ctric pump hag the advantage
f starting and stopping automatically
a decided point in its favor when
I used In connection with air pressure
wnter storage tanks, 'mere are rour
waya of storing wnter in general use
In tanks of wood, which nro Inexpen
live, hut should not be nllowed to lie
come empty or they will shrink; In
Ftoel or concrete tanks set on steel or
concrete supports (the former must lie
kept painted and nre expensive to
erect, the Intter nro also expensive but
Inst indefinitely); in reservoirs, only
used when there a hill or to supple
ment n tank, and in air pressure tanks,
which, when Installed In the cellar
with the pump attached, give little or
no trouble and are Inexpensive and
convenient to maintain.
Rock Island Lines
Arrival nnd Dcparturo of nl
Trains from Anndarko :
- EAST BOUND -Manyutn,
Cliicliasha, El Rono.
i.rrivoa ... 10.05 n n.
Doiinrt . - 10.05 an
Arrives o.3 0 p n
Departs 5.30 p u
- WEST BOUND -Oklahoma
City, El Rono, Chiofe
Departs.........- -10. 05, a n.
Arrives - 5.30 pm
Doparts 5. 80 p ni
SOUTH BOUNL -
" Anadarko to Waurika.
Arrivos 10. 10 n n
Doparts . 11 Oo a rr
Enid to Anadarko.
Arrivos 11 05 d ix
Enid, Geary, Lawion, Wnrtrikr
Arrives 5 50p rr
Doparts 5 30 p n
- NORTH BOUND -
Waurika, Lawton, Goary, Enid.
Arrives 10 10 a m
Doparts 10 1 5 a ro
Anadarko to Enid.
Departs 4 00 p rr
Lower & Son
j Wall Paper, Paints and Glass,
J Paper flanging, Painting and
, Opposite i'eoplo's tftoro.
1-, ikncss and Loss of Appetite
OKOVTtTASTELEiS still TONTJ,aiTveit
Malaria ami tall.li up the Mrm A true lame
r ', lure Arpctur, For aJjlti and cliJdten. 60i
The Growing Pt 'iet Appreciate
prof, r r utwis,
New Jersey An' C-er nent Station.
Of nil the pf'in ih i-onfroutitiK
poultry men ttiu -,. ri i louring of
Krowing stock U tnl. The
iiucstlou Is one . imi in a continu
ous nipiil tlewlo, cm n n hutching
time to limtiitlty.
pullets null eKk
rnuge, plenty of v
'U i I ig growing
.-. ii i environ-
J li u extended
i de. frosh
i- f Rreon,
nlr houses nnd ul '
succulent food in.it 1 1
11 Well IwldlMtsl 1.1.., i ,,
I 'ice range Is uli.t .. .
to uniform ami l- . ....
with food iiiiiifiiui
grulw, Inset ts urn) g i, ,
more ranffe jthcii tin ,
hnnltnry their siirrou
droppinga will In- wi-,',
will more iulckl) leu. i
When mTesanry to
growing stock lurtii t
area avstlnble sboiiiii i
two runs nnd each ulte
to green crops
AdiKpiate slunk' Is a, si. .
i winch o
r irm of
i . . Tim
ii d anil
' til- SOU
i imi the
U 'I Into
.. . t aled
.'I 4 llll
- t Hi II
Ml, h i
lng protection iignlnxt Uk
sun, and ii growing, huMi
best, us mure moisture I
where uitlllchil jlii'itcr ti
blirlsp iir uxisl The or 'mhI Is
good piece to rear pulled mi tl
cornfield la iiuother portion i lie v
ago farm which fiirulslins Ii I n g
HtuiHuwers. corn, i-istur bwn u.
beans are some nunimls w1 !i -a
well be planted for slimle, in o j o.
apple and plum treoa iimke i ell. i
A constant supply of green
' necessary for the boat devel
and where birds are on fret
there is usually plenty of greet
. though ou rest rlc teil areas crop
, ns pens and nets, buck when .
beans, rye. veteta nnd crimson
, can be secdod to provide a coutl
During hot summer nlglif all
protection which chicks need are e
' shelters, re'utlvely wide oien, -t
hence cool and well ventilated. S i
roof shelters, open In front nnd I i
sides, with provision for ennfln
' IiIpiIk nrnitiiNt ntinftiloa lu nil tlinf
necessary, and a shelter 0 by 8 f
will houso fifty pulletM to maturity
The food supply should b(ditermln
by the condition of the range. A wr
bnlniiPod dry mash, kept In large hoj
pers, supplementeil by corn and when
(equal pnrtsi, fed broadcast mornln,
and night with plenty of fresh wntei
are the e-Miitlals for contimiou.
growth and early maturity.
Notice to Register
The registration books for all
wards in tho city of Anadarko
will be open for registration from
Julvl.'lOll, to and including
July 25, 1011, Sundays excoptod,
at thofollowing places:
1st ward At tho homo of Mato
Foster, Inspootar, comer llth and
2nd ward At tho residonco of
Chas. Muller, Inspeotor. 2.31 W
.'ird ward At Ecoloston & Cog.
gins Second Hand Storo, Udwy.
C. W. Eccloston, Inspector.
lth ward AJ 1 h'i 1 'b Gro
cory, E. Iidwy., Jas. Ridgol, In
spector. 5th ward Atresiconco of J. W.
Goble, Inspector, 210 W Okla.,
Those who fail to register will
not bo pormittod to voto in 1'Jll
J. G . Cimpbell,
Sec. Caddo Co. Elootion Board.
For Sale or Trade
Uray lino consisting of 4 head
of young horses weighs from 1200
to 110U pounds, 1 Percheon Stal
lion !J years old, U dray wagons, 1
farm wogon, hack, 13 lots, 5 room
house, barn for 12 head of horsos.
Totnl valuo $-1750. Mortgago on
tho liouso for $000 pnyab)o month
ly. Will trado tho nbovo for form
This in all first oloss stuiT and tho
dray lino is doing a fino business,
l'or furthor information inqulro
at Democrot Office:
Lots of mens hIipos No.Qand 10
Lots of boys shoes No. ! and 5.
Great lot of ladies shoes No. li
Come early urd yet jour cholcn.
122 West Main.
WHAT DOES THf CROP NEED?
An Experiment Plot Finnhhes the
P. K. CDWARDn.
One wny of sohlin; tin many Inter
esting and puMllug pnihlmt i In the
soil nnd plant kingdom Is by n't experi
ment plot. lien llgbt tuny lx obtain
ed as to tho iiiittirtO pcculladtles of
soil, or the special effw Is of A-rtlllrer
on certain enqn, or In what degree to
supplement stable in inure for fertilis
er, or under what llxed tondliluns the
nmbllloim gnnlen lver inn) obtain
the most gnldfylug uwulu foi lluwurn
and M-gctnliles In stalling this mini-!
llillll' I t III. I in-M, II"-!- nillP-ikHIII ill l tllllKun
nt thy corners ttt H plot m ul mark
them plainly 1. ". .1, I. r, ft, hmvlng
n sjince of two fiH-t iMtweun i sell two
plots to prevent the plants on one plot
from feeding on the other M ike each
plot H bv 21 feet imi phuit the same
crop on all the dUTTtit plot i. Take
winter potatoes, f r er.nmlo. On
plot 1 spread 10 pnn 'il of dried blood
and lo pout, di acid p!msphnte tnlxeil
(where the n mount ''! Is so small It
enn Iw distributed tnre evenl'i'by mix
IttK It with Its Acljbt la earth); ou
Ijlot U spreod VJj p "ids sulphate of
iwtnsh nnd dtlisl blood inl'teil, ou plot
3 use no fertiliser; on pl.t I use 7H
pounds potash ii ml 1.) rounds acid
phosphate mixed; oi plot R use IVt
liounds potnsli, 15 pounils ni Id phos
....,. r..... .1..... .. ...i .i.t.....t... '
phate and H) Munds dili i? IiIimmI, and
on plot tl us only static nrinufo. Take
great care not to sew nnv fertillxer on
tlie spaces liotween the plts, nnd aft
er tho fcr. liner he fcien apt end harrow-
the plots thoi'oi'ubl) I.mu ih wine.
Comparing the p;ts.
Tim blank pint a must no: in any
way In overlooked or n gin 'ted. for
tvlth it are to le eiM'iniM all the oth
r plots in order to 'e Jut w hat have
leet) the benefits derivrsl from fertilis
ing. To mnkp clenf what hu h an ear
piriinent may teaeti. sni,swi, for In
stance, the leld on nlot H. hore no
fortilUer was npp!'i1. In rejirwented
by the iittniln'r H'fi- t'ie v! 1 on plot I
Ujr the nutnlM'r ir- on pi t ', 1(10; on
I, 'AO; ou B, 17" U "Ii ((. numbers
t In proved e.ich f fie tin" ferttlls
rs Is lienefl'lnl. for vre It itherwlso
he yield on plot !. fttietv nil the fer
rdlsi rs were. used. 'mi'!l not have
t en greater thnn on ploti 1. 2 aud 4.
c ei eh of which otijy two ffrtlllsorH
w re 'ised. It Is nl-v.iysof ImiHirtfliire
tc keip a notebook Jutting down uv
sr thl ig of Interest eoiiernlng tho
ph a (such as mccurliu ench siqut
tate yekl. fttrd rro,tlon gained
oo ei nbles the eN.nrltuenter to buy
he "Xf'ct fertilising eleuents necort
ar for his oll niei Tot mil to mix
i nd "PP y them hi Me p.oper proper
This jar stays sealed absolutely air
tight until you want to open it.
i And it is as easy to open as to close. Raise tho sprine;!
That is all you have to do. The top is all class absolutely
JCjzLi 36SII ejfcirs - -
are made of green glass to exclude the light and prevent i i
The mouth is extra wide almost as wide as the jar itself
so wide that you can put in plums, apples, poors, peache,
as well as corn, lioets, tomatoes and other vegetables, without
cutting them. In that way flavor and freshness ar retained.
Made in half-pint, pint, quart and ltalf-gallon sizes. Most
grocrs sell E-Z Seal Jars. If yours does not, let us kndw.
Write fr lk f rteibts. 30 pagt$; do recipes. Stme
h Martou Hcirlattil; wtie h famous Virginia mis.
HAZEL-ATLAS GLASS CO.
Wheeling, W. Va.
DEVELOPING THE HEIFER II.
PROF. J. A. M'CLEAN,
Dept. Animal Husbandry Mass. State
From the time heifers are six
months old until they aru two yearn
old they should not bo pampered, but
should be grown under reasonable con
ditions. Nothing Is as good for hous
ing purposes during tlio tlrst nnd sec
ond winter as tho open shed which
connects with a roomy yard. This iwr
mils of fresh nlr, e.xerciso and u dry
place to sleep Combine with it plenty
ot the right kind of feed nnd better
heifers will result thnn can possibly
bo made In tie up stalls. During thkt
period feed to obtain maximum devel
opment. Tiie muti who thinks ho COD
make good cattle by fowling calvon
plenty of timothy hay, straw, corn
stiilka and corn has some things yt
to learn. Alfalfa or rioter bay should
form a targe tiortlnn of Dm hay fed
young rattle Oats md Cnmnllnii field
peas grown together nro also excellent,
feil either green or cured us hey. With
It should lie romblned n grain ration
which may lie ino-le of bran and com
mixed iu equal parts, to which a por
tlnn of oil men I is added.
When to Dreed.
Knrly breeding decreases the alzo at
msturlty. If a man Is working for
slzo In his stok (and I think within
certain limits aire Is very essential) lie
will do well to breed Ida heifers that
they may drop their tlrst calvon at the
nge of from thirty to thirty -six mouths
liming the six mouths prevtniM to
calving feed the heifer liberally Cou
sldenitilu fat on her Isxly nt freshening
will do no III. Iiiilamtimtlon and enko
In n heifer's udder seldom cause se-
frlotis trouble, so that .ree fending will
lint lie injurious.
When the heifer Imi straightened out
after en I v lng feed iter for fullest milk
production Kememlier. (no, that slio
Is still growing nnd that she will re
quire more Uhet-nl feeding than tho
nwture cow giving the same amount
of milk. She should not be allowed to
dry off under ten months, and I think
It well to milk her for twerre mouths
iluriug this first lactation period. It
helps to establish the milking dlspoet
Hon Silage or root-) (either turnips or
mangels) are elegant feeds not only
fur the milking Itelfor, but uIiq for
To sum up. then, feed llbornlly, e.x-
erclao freely irlrii nlnutv of frrwli nlr.
; do not pamper.' do not breed too early,
J uso clovers or alfalfa genorously and
' n liberal pottton of wheat bran always.
, These are the esxentlnlH for tho mnl;
ing of a good cow from n good cnlf,
and if these simple suggestions are
conscientiously cm r led out succcs-
of the World