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Mrs. Wilson of Nnshvillo. Tcnn..
in famed the world over for
her wonderfully delicious enkos.
They nro shipped to nil porta
of the Globe for special affairs
where the best of Cakes arc
demanded.
TIub yenr, as in former yearn,
Mrs. Wilson cnjoysUlv distinc
tion of making the Premdrnt's
Christmas Cnke, using Calumet
Baking Powder.
Mrs. Wilson's Baking Motto is:
'To have complete tuccaai uitli
no failurm, enro should be Used
inielectionof Baking Powder."
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BAKSNQ POWDER
Some little time a r- I r'io on- il .'uiK anri investigation of tl.e
linking powder vib.r and I f v1 rn i Ian (irmly ominced
from tlia twults I hve receiv i tnnt t'ure is no baktnf powder to
equnl Calumet for whole wmrM i i e-ononi. and I also recommend
Calumet fJakiita Powder for its i.swr fa1'-"! rej'ltt.
December tt. 1)I3. Mrs. Detty Lylar WiUon.
Calumet lo rereWed the Miilus. Awardi at uYs World'. Pure Food
Exposition, Ctilca(- and Par's, rram., 1912.
Ruy n can of Calumet Rftk'r, Powder at once, and use
it in your Holiday Baking, i.iak.r.g your Chnstmas Cakes
n good as the President'.
Cooked Food Sale
The La Ji of tho Biptist church
will have a cooked food and apron
sale at Eccloaton & Coggina next
.Saturday Jau. Ulgt.
CiVil Service
Examination
An examination for clerk and
carrier will bo held nt the post-of.
fico in this city on Fob. 11, 1011.
Age limit. 18 to 15 years, on tho
(Into of tho examination. This pro.
Iiibition, however, does not apply
to womon who aro divorcod or
thoso who aro sopnrated from thoir
husbauds and support thomsolvcs,
but thoy are eligible for appoint
inont only as clork.
Applicants must bo phislcally
sound, and malo applicants must
be not loss than 5 foot -t inches in
boots or shoes, and weigh not less
than 12" pound 3 without overcoat
or hat,
For application blanks and -for
full information rolnCire td the ex
amination qualifications, duties,
salarios, vacations, promotions,
etc, address immediately
Enrnost A. Wallis,
Secretary, Board of Civil Sor
vice Examiners, ','Aimdaiko, Okla.
BEAUTIFUL
soft, clear, velvety free lrom rough
spot3, patches, eruptions and blem
ishescan only be obtained by
intelligent care and a healthy con
dition of the skin.
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Peroxide Cream
is a valuable preparation, of great
assistance in producing a beautiful,
attractive skin because it contains a
superior antiseptic agent, which clears
the pores of impurities, and is healing
and invigorating in its action.
Get it at any A. D. S. Drug Store.
-w Look for the sign.
ra.u.s:
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TONIC
The Old Standard, General Tonic. Drives out Malaria,
Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System.
FOR GROWN PEOPLE AND CHILDREN.
It Is combination of QDININK and IKON in n tasteless form that wonder,
tally strengthens nnd fortifies the system to withstand the depressing effect of
the hot summer. CUOVH'S TASTKLHSS chill TONIC has nocqual for Malorln,
Clillls and I'cvcr, Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and
vigor to Nursing Mothers nnd Tale, Sickly Children. Removes Illliousncss with
out purging. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to
action' and purifies the blood. A 'True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete
StrengOtcnr. Guaranteed, by your" Druggist. Wc mean it. SO cents. r
HER FRIEND'S
GOOD ADVICE
Tii& Results Made This Newburg
, , Lady Glad She Followed
I Suggestion.
Nawlmrfc, Ala "For moro than n
year," writes Myrtle Cothruin, of this
place, "I auffered with terrlblo pains In
my basic and Head. I had a sallow
oomplaxion, and my face was covered
with nlinplea. Our family doctor only
gave ino temporary relief.
A friend of mine adrlaed me to try
Cardui, to I began taking It. at onoe,
and with the beat rtmults, for I was
cured after taking two botUea. My
mother ami my aunt hare also used
Cardui and were groatly benefited.
I shall always praise Cardui to sick
and suffering women."
Cardui la a purely vegetable, per
fectly harmless, tonic remedy tor wo
men, and will benefit young and old.
Its ingredients are mild herbs, hav
ing a gentle, toulc effect, on the wo-
inaniy consiiiuuon.
Cardui has helped a mllllou wouun
back to health and strength.
Have you tried It? If not, ploase
do. It may bo just what you need.
N. !). ll'rifo to; UJIV Advisory Dtpt., OiitU
toosi MtJkln. Co.,Chittnno(j, l"nn., for Special
JmtrucltOfi: and M pare book. '" Horn Trntaea
fcrWsiwn,' Mutlniilnrrir, tarut, ,
WORDS FROM HOME
Statements That May Be Investigated
Testimony of Anadarko Citizens.
When nn Anadarko citizen comes to
the front, tolling his friends and
neighbors of his experience, you can
rely on his sincerity. The statements
of people residing In far away places
do not command jour confidence
Home endorsement is the kind that
backs Donit's Kidney Pills. Such tea
tlmony Is convincing. Investigation
proves It trie, llelow Is a statement
of an AnadwXo resident. No stronger
proof of nirrli can be had.
Mrs. Cora A. Johnston, Main St.,
Auudnrko, Okla., says: "I nm well
awuro of tho merit of Donn's KIdnoy
rills nud I nm free to aay that they
dld one of ray family a world of good.
The one to whom I refer had weak
kidneys tor jears and used various
remedies and tried other means to
get a cure but futlod. As soon aa
Doau's Kidney Pills were taken, re
lief came and It was not long before
the kidneys were normal."
For sale by all dealers. Price GO
conts. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo,
NT6W York, so'e agents for tho United
Btatos.
Remember the name Dean's and
take no other
Notice
Notico is horoby given tlmt
thoro will bo a mooting of tho
Cnddo cotintj' Agricultural nnd
Mechanical Fair Association tit
City Hull, Anndarko, Ola., on
Monday Fob. 2nd 1911 nt 2:80 p.
in. for tho purposo of oleoting of
ficers and Board of Directors for
onsuing yenr nnd transacting such
other busiuoss coming boforo tho
nssoointion.
Dono by ordor of Board of Di
rectors this 17th day of January
IP
Fremont Boylo, Seorotary.
Farm Loans
Our fnrm lonn plan is now nnd
much bottor than tho old way.
Wo consolidate mattors, mako low
rnto of interest nnd givo you pnv
l logos that otuors don t
If you aro thinking of making a
fnrm lonn, or increasing tho old
ono, drop ub a lino and wo will
toll you our plan.
Courtnoy & Drako,
Anadarko, Okla.
Mr, ltny Gnlbroath tho loading
Bull Moosor of tho county and n
prominont stook man from Apnoho
noighborliood was soon prominnd
ing down Main stroot Wodnosduy
slinking hnnds with frionds.
Froah orisp vogotables nt A B
C phono T 2 .
(toll ABO phono 1 2 .') for
fresh oystors
Mrs. G. AY. Cninpboll is on tho
sick list.
For Salo Small ohunkey team
of horses for saloor will trado for
young cattlo, wonnliug mules or
hogs b. b. Arn.
Wnnted To buy a Jivo to 60Von
room houso, good location, no in
cumbrance. Andrew Mooting.
Moso Koumnn of Apacho was
in Anndnrko Wednosdny onrouto
to Tulsn.
Coll A. B. C phono 1 2 .'J. for
fresh oystors.
Itov. Downing left for Vordou
Wednosday.
Miss Goorgia 'Williams enma in
Wodnosduy from Stookor,,to visit
her sistor, Mrs. D. Morcor.
Mr. Phillipp3 of Vordon wr.s in
tho city Wodnosduy.
Cnll ABO. Phono 12 8, foi
fresh oyjters.
.1. L. Montgomery wont to Ft.
Cobb Wednosdny on busiuoss.
Itov. Jouos, Bnptist Miuislor
wont to Ft. Cobb Wednosdny to
perform n tnnrrinirp ceremony.
SUCCESPtJl FARflMi ON
SMALL AREA
What Efficiency and Pluck Can Accom
plish. l)y W. 11. MimCER,
Farmer nml Live Stock iiifwr.
A striking example of what can be
accompllRhed on n small acreage well
handled enmo under tho writer's obser
vation a few years ago.
A newcomer landed In n small tevn
In nn nil cotton section about the time
cotton growing was nt its lowest ebb
Tho farmers nnturnlly woro looking
for some- new crop to snbstltuto for
cotton, nnd tomntoos woro selected.
Tho people went wild, and all decided
to put In n large acreage, tho newcomer
with tho rest A majority know noth
ing about growing tho crop from n
market standpoint nnd less about han
dling It A small crop poorly packed
of nn Inferior grudo nnd mln-uihlv
handled re.iiltcd In an nbsoluti failure
Involving ovory ono In debt.
The newcomer had Just bought on
credit thlrtci acres of land, with u
cnbln on It, nnd nt tr-: end of the Ben
son ho wits Involved for more thnn
J3.000. What to do wns it serious
(pjostlott. IIu wns too poor to move
nnd had not even the necessaries of life
to begin another season on. Having a
good reputation for honesty, energy
and perseverance, he determined t"
fight It out.
A Friend to the Rescue.
A busiuoss firm offered to (urnlttu
him u limited amount with which to
start again- A gardener nud truekei
by nature, he decided to conUnuo this
lino of farming. Tho preMotis je.ir
experience had taught him not to de
pend on ono crop, so radishes, cabbHge.
beans, pens, tomatoes, cniitul3Uvs nnd
othor crops were planted on n smnli
scnlo fl furnish ready cusb: He ulo
set out a strawberry patch, n fruit
orchard, planted early corn, sugar
enno nnd sweet nnd Irish potatoes
Everything did well that joar, and the
second year strnwbcrrlei, cabbage, to
matoes and potatoes were selected fur
main crops, still growing enough vege
tables to Rtipply local demand nnd a
little to ship when prices were good
Ho shipped nothing but tho very best
sold culls nnd Inferior stuff ti lnn
trndo or fed it to stock. lie then es
tnbllshod n regular lino of customers
In tho nearby towns nnd cities who
handled his stuff at fancy price
throughout tho season. When his name
appeared on n packago It sold for n
good pi Ice, whllo other growers' stun
went to waste for want of buyers. Iu
less than ten years ho had paid for Ihc
land, wiped out all debts, built a com
fortnblo home, n splendid barn, etc.,
and had n bank account of several
thousands.
The Phone will Brin g it
If You cal. No. 23. We give
prompt attention to Telephone
orders and will send you Coal
right away.
We'd rather do it now than '
later oa, when all those slow peo
ple are sending in their orders on
a cold day.
Then somebody may have to
wait.
oPYnnnr
Lyon & Mathews Co.
MISSIONARY
INSTITUTE
fHK CHILDREN LlftE IT
KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE
COUCH SYRUP
Get More
EGGS
Now they are high, by using
PRATTS
Poultry Regulator
and nuke thebtare'. profit! of the your.
This RTtatett toolt And dljrcttjro keep
hem Uylng when irt ore worth moat.
I H . 6U bo Umi fek Q tiumttt tr .
Tho following is tho pTogram of
tho Missionary Instituto to bo
bo hold horo January 28 nnd 20.
January 28
7 :15 Sormon, Itov. B. M. Nol
son.
January 29
0:00 a. m. Mexico, Hor Nood,
Our Responsibility, J. T. Mo
Bride. Our Work iu Brazil, Jossio
Crumpton.
Chum Among tho Nation, B.
M. NoIhou.
Woman's Pnrt in tho Kvancoli
zation of tho World, Mrs, MoKco.
I'rajor nnd Missions, It. II.
Do nn v.
ltountl Tnblo.
II n. m. b'ormou, J, T. Mc-Bride.
Tho Sunday Sohool n Mission
aryJAusiliary, O. S. Walker.
The Iraportanco of Sunday
Sohool Work nnd How to Conduot
a Successful Sunday Sohool, V.
Schlotturbook.
Our Young Pooplo and Mis
sions J. C Jono?.
Tho Laymen's Movomont, R.
A. Thompson.
How to put on tho Every Mom.
borCnuvass, J. N. Tinkle,
Stowi.rdship W. E. Hum
phrios. How ilay WeEvaucolizo Ohick
nshn Di8triot?Qonoral Discussion.
H.Tho Christian's rotation to
Monoy, M.M. Monk.
How to Do Missionary Work in
tho Country. W. B. Stnnloy.
Why lr'Did or Did Not Succood
with tho Evory Mombor Canvass,
A. B. Carson.
7:I Sorman by Rov. 0. S,
Wnlkor.
Eviry pronohor, lny render,
Sunday school suporintondont,
Epworlh longue prosidont nnd
steward it Ft. Cobb, Anndnrko,
Chicknshn, Chicknshn, Chicknsha
Mission, Tuttlo, Alex, Liudsav,
Kilgoro, Builoy, Mnysvillo, nnd
C'omont chnrges. is n delognto to
this mooting. I trust wo shall
hno n lnrgo nttoudnuco from evory
charge.
Moss, Woavor, presiding older
Chiokosha Dtstnot, M. E. church,
south.
FOtErsKlDNlYCDlE
KING OF ALL
THROAT & LUNG
REMEDIES
DR. KINGS
NEW DiSGOV
QUICKEST, SAFEST, SUREST
COUGH and COLD
- CURE
AND HEALER OF ALL DISEASES OF LUNGS,
THROAT AND CHEST
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CURED BY HALF A BOTTLE
Half a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery cured me of the
worst cold and cough I ever had.- J. R. Pitt, Rocky Mount, N. C.
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qroun. the gardens yield two and
sonu times three crops or piclinus
from the same plant The first pick
ing is in May The young Icavis
arc tindcrcst, full of fragrance and
strength. The tea which is brewed
lrom them is clear and pure The later
pickings arc heavier and have not the
natural sweetness of tlie first crop
which makes tea one of the most
dciiiious of bc craucs. You can always net
the early May picking of Orient Tea if you
buy the sanitary packages of
New State Tea (the finest produced) or Louis
Tea (high grade-popular priced)
which is packed in sanitary air-tight packages in China
and Japan and is opened in your kitchen. Select
jour favorite anet of New State or Louis Tea Gun
powder. Imperial. Basket Tired Japan Look for them
on your grocer s shelf Ask him -Insist upon them.
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Importers, Wholesale Grocrt, Coffer Roattcri, Manufacture!.
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