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Anadarko Daily Democrat
' Democrat Publishing Company, Owners.
T. J. Lewis, Manager
A HOME PROPOSITION
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS ONCE
Untorod at tho postoillce tit Anadarko. Oklahoma, as
Boioud class nmltor.
PUBLISH KU DAILY KXCIil'T SUNDAY
Hates 10 coiub per wook.
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It looks liko llnrryTlmw wn.sKoiiiK to win in his lif,'ht for tail
In Now Hampshire Tho Shoriir and Oliiof of I'olico. both toBtiliod
that thoy WBi-o of iho opinion tliat it would bo no public moiiaoo to
ijruiit him bail. Wo aro a good deal liko tho littlo boy was, ho thiuk
they hvo curried thli joko about far onoij;li.
, CharloB V. Morso, tho Tco King, who was uontoncod to lfi yoars
In tho fodoral ponithntiary at Atlanta, and toolod Proeidont 'I aft
into pardoning him, is now trying to got n Congressional investi
gation of his trial. Wo presume ho thinks this tuno lio will bo able
to fo6l Congxoss into giving him a dean bill uf health.
t BQoms that tho row botwoon the (Governor and tho old mum
bors of tho Board cf Control in gotting fiorci. It appears, from an
niniuondod answer filed by the Governor's b. rotary, that it claimed
now that tho two.mombors of tho old board, whom tho Oovornor hred
whb firod for malfonsiuico in ollico, aftor a hosring. instead of bring
of Wnrdon Dick of the Penitentiary. Tho liovornor b secrotary tmiat
havo boon very forgetful toovorlook this in tho first luiowur. Henry
Uonton, chairman of tho Board and ono of tho mem bora IVrod. bittor
lydonioBlliat there had boon any chorgns lilod against him for mal.
roiisuiiM in oftico, nd in h letter to tho Governor brands, as absolut
ely folBo. tho assertion that ho had boon givon a hearing on any
' And now comes tho news by wirolosB that Al .lonnings is n full
ilodgod candidate for Govornor. Wo prosumo that this will injoct
Boinoanoiont history into tho rnco and thoro will bo something doing
ovory tninuto. Al may not bo such a voto gottor but ho is some
crowd gottor when it comes to making n ermpaign speech. Al claims
lio,wnB duly, loyally and constitutionally tlected, at tl o lrst election,
County Attorney Of Kklahoma County, but tho machino boat him
counting, consoituoutl ho lost out.
Notico cf Application fr J'arolo
"Whoroas, Joseph llunter was
convicted in tho District court of
Caddo county, Oklahoma, in
, about tho year of 1910, for tho
statutory crimo of rape on:l for
bucIi oll'onso wbb sontoncod to ll o
years imprisonment in tho poni
And w boron , ho bus served
about two j oars of said time and
that he and his wifo aro nov
niok and ouch nood tho caro of
thu othor and for other reasons,
Notino is horebv irivon. That
-iliQHiud J0Mh Uuutor, either in
piUBOIl or oy Mgeiu or cuuiinui win
uiake.ijiplication to tho llonorablo
Loo Cruco, Governor, and to tho
llcnorablo Board of Prison Con
trol fnrn Pirolo tor such utllMlSO.
Snid application will bo mado to)
tho eaid board oT control and to tho
Bnid Governor at thoir oilico in
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, as
Boon kk tho sauio can bo heard
aftor tho publication of this notice
for ihirty days, where and when
till poisons desiring t protest or
romonstrato against tho granting
of said Pnrolo iiia do bo.
Tliiu notice is first published thiB
Joseph Huntor, Applicant.
By Ernost Stocko., Supt- Kiowa
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ILLUSTRAIKO FARM AND GARDEN SKKD CATALOG ta lllifcl. t V-7.I.J Tim i
jImIMju, wrMlutitrtti. A4t)rM.nAlt-iri'tl. HOUaK,hniniJli.lo- UU
Major George W. Littlefield, banker, land owner and cattleman, of
Austin, Texas, has decided to place on the market the famous Yellow
House Ranch of 3oo,ooo acres, located in the shallow water belt of the
south plains of Texas. ,7o,ooo acres of this tract, together with town site,
has, been surveyed and staked; not an acre over six miles from the Santa
Fe Trans-Continental line of railway from ocean to Gulf. Grade finished
and track will be completed to Littlefield by July 1 st. Opportunity
knocks once! ,
Its Up To You To Heed This Knock
Ten yonra time, 0 percent interest, small cnah payment which will ennb,
ou to improve; if you raise and preserve your feed, we will sell you high-
grade Hereford cattle out of our famous L. F, D. or Yellow house herd for feeding; you pay for 'the cattlo
pnrchnser agrees to move upon said land and mnke it his home and place improvements thero .
on to the value of $500.00, said improvements to include a residence, and cultivate as much as 10 acres dur
ing 1913, we will waive cash payment and waive tin interest until January 1st, 1H14. going on this ex
cursion you will be able to buy on the improvement plan.
Terms on lots in the town of Littlefield; One-third cash and the balance in ono, two and throe years,
with interest ot 8 per cent, payable annually, This is a home proposition and an opportunity to get a home
which will nover be duplicated.
Fully $3,000,000 Have Been Invested in the
Shallow Water Alfalfa Belt in the
Past Few Months
Rapid development will boost prices in this immediate section.
'e will make the town of Littlefield n city of no little importance, being located in the largest level
fertile farm belt in.tho world, only a few miles from the center of county on the Santa Ko main line. All
linos of business and profession are noodod. Success is sure. Investments will double in valuo quick. The
greatestltownsite buy on earth. Tho ono opportunity to got ,1 homo. Nothing of the kind will ever be oiTor
ed'again'on the American Contineut.
Whenever You Want to go Dow n and see .
Buy ticket to Lubbock, Texas.
That accomodations may be provided drop-postal to or see
Pryor & Gardner
26;North Eobinson St.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
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