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Anadarko Daily Democrat
Democrat Publishing Company, Owners.
T. J. Lewis, Manager
A HOME PROPOSITION
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS ONCE
Eittored at tho poBtoflloo at Anadarko. Oklahoma, .as
MJPlid olaw ninttor.
PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
RHtos 10 cents pr week.
piiono :n
SEE
FREMONT BOYLE
National Bank Building
Anadarko - Oklahoma.
For quick action, best terms nnd
ration
FARA1AND CITY LOANS
See me before closing loan.
List your lands for sale or trade.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Wo are authorized to nnnounoo
t W. ItnBiiro for Onnly Super
intendent of Public Instruction,
subjoot to tho notion of tho Domo.
emtio primary.
Wo nro autinmod lo nnnounoo
Alra Kate Stolons of Apnoho for
County Suporintondent of Public
Instruction, subjoot to tho notion
of the Domocratio primary,
Wi arc authorized 'to nunoiiuoe
Airs, Linnn Jlooco Lowthor as a
onndidnto for County Suporin
tondont, subjoot to tho action of
tho republican primary.
;! B. F.
ELLIOTT
UNDERTAKING
and ?
EMBALMING
OflioolPhono 2M.
ltosidonco Phono 223.
HEARD1N ANADARKO
Notice cf Applioatibn for Tarolo
Whorons, .Tosoph Iluntor was
convicted in tho District court of
Caddo count). Oklahoma, in
about tho year of 1910, for tho
statutory crimo of tapo and for
RUoh offonso was Bontoncod to live
years impriaonmont in tho poni
tontinry, And whoroas, ho has sorved
nbout two joars of said time and
that he and hiB wifo aro now
siok and each nood tho caro of
tho other and for othor reasons,
Notice is horoby givon, That
lhoBaid.ToBoj)h Iluntor, oitlior in
person or by agent or counsel will
make application to tho Honorable
Loo Oruco, Govornor, nnd to tho
TJcnornblo Board of Prison Con
trol for a Parole 'for ouch oil'onso.
Said application will bo mado to
tho said board of control and to tho
Baid Govornor at their oilico in
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, as
soon as tho same can bo hoard
after tho publication of this notice
for thirty days, wlioro and when
all poisons dosiring to protest or
romonstrato against tho granting
of said Parolo ma do60.
This notice is first published this
2uddayotl'uiuary, 19U.
Joseph Hunter, Applicant,
y ErncBt Stockc, Supt. Jioa
Agonoy.
How bad bnokB havo boon mads
Btronjj Kidnoy ills corroolod.
All ovor Anadarko you hoar it,
Doan's Kidnoy Tills aro'kooping
tho good work, Anadarko pooplo
nro tell'iig nbout it tolling of
bnd backs mndo Bound again, Xou
can boliovo tho testimony of your
own townBpooplo. Thoy toll it
for tho 1)0 no fit of you who aro suf
fering. If yourjbnok nehes, sorn
nnd miserablo, if tho kidnoys not
too frequently, or passngos aro
painful, scanty and oil' color, ubo
Donn's Kidnoy Pills, tho romody
that has holpod so many of your
f rionds and noighbors. Follow this
Anadarko oiti'.on's advico and give
Doan's n ohanco to do tho samo
for. B
A. W. Millman, 22.'! Main St.,
Aundniko, Okln., nays; "I havo
usod Doan'B Kidnoy Pills for at
taoka of tho kidney trouble and 1
know that they benefited mo, as
I do not havo nny trouble now. 1
nnd bnokache, as veil as other
symptons of disordered kidnoys
and Doan's Kidnoy Pills Boon ro
moved tho trouble."
Pricos 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a ksdnoy remedy
get Doan'g Kidnoy Pills the
samo that Air. Millman4iad. Fob
ter.Milbum Co., Props., Buifaio,
N. y.
Dr. King's New Discovery
KILLS THE COUGH. CI RES THE LUNGS,
Notice
To whom it may concern. ThiB
is to notify tho public that on tho
7th day of Fob. Wl I, I the undor
uignod will apply to tho Hon. Leo
Cinco, Govornor of tho Muto of
Oklahoma, for a parolo.
Baxter Gay, Applicant.
J. Q. A. flarrod, Atty.
AHC
&CBL.LTKECOUGH
AHDCURETHELUN6S
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Cooked Food Sale
Tilt Ladies ot the Methodist
church will have a cooked food
mU it the lioocan & Ltonhwd't
tors, Saturday Jah. 24-
w DR.KINGS
NEWDISCOVERY
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WHENEVER Yll NEED '
: A 6ENERAL TONIC - TAKE GROVES
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TU Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chlil Tonic is Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver,
Drive Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the "Whole System, ForGrown People and Children,
Yi kv what you are taking when you take Grove's Taateleas chill Toute
tUe (omnia ia printed on evcrv label showing that it contaius the wall known
tonic ptopwtiea of QllNINE and IRON. It la aa itrong aa the aironptst bluer
tonic and U ia Tostslca Form. It t . s no equal for Malaria, Chille and T't-ve-,
Wcafcuea. Reneial d I. !ny anJ 1 n of appetite GhesltfeandMjjortoNu - a
Wotbera and Pale, bukly Children. Kemovca Biliooaneaa without pnrgi ,.
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Reltwrw HerVOOT OClreaa" w uw npiin. mvwm ... .-...-. -..- . t
IHwifiM the blood. ATruTonteaad8wA.wwtUr. ACowplstu attHKthei ir. I
No family alieHifluowiuiouiu, uarnuiecupyjum jvjuj;B.i. rn..k. kw i
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 iwith 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
T 4 -t -fr. at 0n yenrs t'mc Percenl interest, small cash payment which Iwilljenab
JL J! K A JlC3 you to improve; if you raise and preserve your feed, we willSsellJJyouThigh
grade Hereford cattle out of our famous L. F, D. or Yellow house herd for feeding; you pay for tbelcattlo
when sold. :
pnrchascr agrees to move upon said land and make it his home and place improvements thero .
on to the value of 5500.00, said improvements 10 include a residence, and cultivate as much as 40 acres dur
ing 1913, we will waive cash payment and waive tin interest untilJanuary 1st, 1914. By 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 one, two and throe years,
with interest ot 8 por cent, payable annually, This is a home proposition and an opportunity to get a home
which will nover be duplicated.
Fully $3,ooo,ooo Have Been Invested in the
1 Shallow Water Alfalfa Belt in the
Past Few Months
Rapid development will boost prices in this immediate section. "" :
'ewill.makethetownof Littlefield a city of no little importance, beingllocated in the largest level
fertile farm belt inltho world, only a few miles from the center of county on the Santa Fe main line, All
linos of business and profession are noedod. Success is sure. Investments will double in valuo quick. The
grcatesttownsite buy on earth. Tho ono opportunity to got u homo. Nothing of the kind will ever be offor-
ed.again on the American Continent.
Whenever You Want to go Down and see
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;; Buy ticket to Lubbock, Texas, , ' " ..
That accomodations may be provided drop postal to or see .Y.
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Pry or & Gardner
26 North Robinson St.
Oklahoma City; Okla.
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