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y!JBry t & - M v?z r. Anadarko Daily Democrat Democrat Publishing Company, Owners.' T. J. Lewis, Manager Entered at tho postoflico ooioud class matter. PUBLISHED DAILY Rates 10 cens per woek. One yenr ago tho 4th of this month, Wilson bocnmo Prosidont of tho United btntoe. He haB accomplished moro for tho Common pooplo i this, the first your of his administration, than has boon no ooinpliihod by any of bis predocessors during thoir ontiro term, flinoo tho Civil War. Tho Dallas flows, in its issuo of- Mnrch tho 4th, lifiB tho following: 'This is the birthdnyof tho Wilson Administrntion. It is ono year old.. If it dootf not got ten or tvrolvo million congratulatory tolo grains, it will signify nothing moro thnn that wo linvo not, ns a pcoplo, ndoptod this moans of oxprossingnpproointion of public servants who provo thomsolvcs fnithfulnnd wiso. Tne pooplenre not insonsiblo of its marvelous nohiovomonls. Mnrvelous is tho lit word, innpt, if nt nil, in that il falls short of monsuringtho work it hns dono, nnd dono bo ndmirnbly. Whothor in point of thoir number or in that of tho magnitude of the frisks it hns accomplished, it has mndo n record of whioh our history nirords no procodont Had it douoonly half so much in ciroumstnncos providentially contrived to facilitate its ef. torts, it would hnvo had ronson to bo proud nnd tho country equal reason to bo grateful. But it has wrought in legislative nud admin istrntivo wnys nmid tho distractions, pcrploxitios nnd nnxiotios mado by tin inhoiitod situation thnt hns ovory clay prosontocl tho possibiN tiios of war. It hns fulfilled its promises, fulfilled them to n degree of fidolity which hns no Iobb amazed Ub political friondo than it una dismayed its political adversaries. It has inspired tho Domocrntio pnrty with a boiibo of cournqo and powor it did not previously suspect itsolf of possessing, nud it has roduced tho opponents of that party to tho neoossity of indulging in n orUIoism that is mendy fault-finding. It hns cnusod economic chnnges so rndioal ns to bo little short of revolutionary, nnd yet with na understanding nnd tolornnco to pro cludo tho fonr that niakos pnnics. And nbovo nil, it hns exposited a higher stnndnrd of pntriotio statesmanship, olovntod tho Nation's idenls nnd instilled into its oitizons more oxnltcd aspirations, 'J ho Wilson Administrntion has mado this a bottor Nation, its citjzons a finor pooplo. If the Wilsou Administration doos not todny got ton or twolvo mil lion fcongratulnry tolegrams it may uovortholesB bo si ro thnt it odjoj'b tho coniidouco ot tho American pooplo to n dogroo in which no other Administrntion hns onjoyod it within n timo of whioh wo of todny hnvo nny oxporienqo. For Biscuit, Pies Muffins, Waffles, and Home Baking Success and Satisfaction One Heaping Teaspoonful's Enough Health Club h the purest, sironscst ana roost econom ical linking Powder obtain able ot any price. New State Xea The Delightful Drink Fragrant gunpowder SSr nM TELA. vat .. . ' New State Tea (the finest produced) or Louis Tea (high grade-popular priced) which is packed in sanitarv air-tight packages in China and Japan and is opened in your kitchen Select ypuf favorite varictv of New State or Louis Tea Gun powder, jmpr-nal, Ha'sket Fired Japan Look for then oi your crbcer's sh'clf sk him-insibt upon them, It h jj8P?W3fflr?Hal6dl.F lutpertors, Wfc4W Croteri. Coffer Ri 4 r nfftNf1 nt Anadarko. Oklnhoran, as EXCEPT SUNDAY Phono 83 9 wmm ; an . nummi itrmur., i t fffl VL rnwni . h JmOneCent mm an Ounce UNPOWDER TEA immhtid ro 'inmmiwena as the new blown rose in 11 MEW STATE' fi fegfiG w xak die Orient, where the best tea is crown, die 'liardens yield' two and sometimes three crop or pickings Irom die same plant The first pick ing is n May The oung leaves pre tenderer, full of fragrance and strength. Tin tea which is brewed Irom them is i If jr and pure The later pickings are 'uaicr and have not the natural sun ns o( the first crop whiih nukes, tea one of the most (leiiuou of bi'icxages You cqn always get the earlj May picking nf Orient Tea if ou buv the samtart packages of FrasMfr Co. W. MlaflttWC, W iv ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Suporintendont Wo nro nuthorizod to nnnounco 0. W. iiasuro for County Supor intondont of Public Instruction, etibject to tho nctiou of tho Demo orntio pritnnry.J Wo nro nutlnmod to nnnounco Mrs. Knto StovonB of Apnoho for County Suporintendont of Public Instruction, subject to tho notion of the Domocrntio primary. Wo are nuthorizod-to nnnonnoe Mrs. Linnti Reeco Lowthor ns n nnnrtiilnte for Counlv Sunoriu- toudont, Bnbjeot to thb nctiouof tho republican primary. For Shoritt Wo nrn nuthorized to nnnounco Ed Foster of Ft. Cobb, fbrShcrill' of Caddo county, subjoot to tho action or tno ueinocrntio prnimry. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco Frank Lncoy as a candidate for ShorifF, subject to tho notion of democratic primary. Wo nro nnthorizod to nnnounco Frank M. Sheets as n candidnto for Sheriff, subject to tho aotion of tho democratic primary. Wo nro nuthorized to announco A o Moltou as a candidnto for Sheriff, subject to tho notion of tho Democratic primary For Connty Clork Wo nre nuthorired to announco L. N. Veddor ns n candidnto for County Clork, subjoot to tho ao tion of tho domocrntjo primary. t Court Cleric- " Wo nro authorized to .nnnounco Theo I. Oolko for Court Clork, subject to tho notion of tho Domo crntio primnry. Wo nro nuthorized to announco oo E. Fitzpntrick of Hinton iwnship for Court Clerk, sun ot to tho notion of tho Domo atio primary. - 1 i For Commissioner Wo aro authorized to announoo Dan Volmor for Commissioner for tho 2nd district, Bubjoct to tho action of tho Domocrntio primnry. Wo nro nuthorized to nnnounco J R Shunk for Commieaiouor from tho Second District subject to tho action of the Democrntic Primary Wo nro authorized to nnnounco D. Cf. Qnllowny rb n cabdidnto for Commissioner from tho Se cond District, subject to tho no tion of tho domucrntic primary. Wo nro nuthorized to announco S P Ratliff ns a enndjdnto for Commissioner from the Third District, subjoct to tho notion of tho Domoorntio primnrvJO We aro authorized to nnnounco J. F. Ellison, of Ft Cobb, for County Commiesioner of tho 3rd. district, subject to tho notion of tho Domoorntio primary. Wo nro nuthorized to nnnounco Mnon Hester for County Com misstonor from tho third' district Biibjeot to tho aotion of tho domo- crntic primary. FREE! Got n useful nrtiolo free by trading at Crescont Grocery & Meat Markot. Beginning Mnr. 1b lOM. ABk ub about it. Crescent Grocery & Meat Market, ' Ann pnrko, Okln. Go to Paul Kaiser's for all the daily papers and all magazines. KellorstraBB crystal White Or pingtons tho best winter layer'egge $1.00 for 15 at yard 312 Baft Broad way. or $1.50 if packed and shipped. E. V, Duncan Ana darko, Okln. C DurhaiUrDuplex safety razors for 8oo at PIoneorDmg'Storo. (- Ti . KILL.THE CO'j3H IandCUREtmI -nm WlMMfl Niwm MBfOUGHS a i.on rwc sasin MWAtLTrllKUT HGTlklUi 6tAAANT0 SAWlsC7V&r SCOVJUY .. l? t im m wvvtyr trznsAoxa. sEggs! Full Blood Bnff Orphington oggs $1.00 por sotting of 15. Rov. Ilumphroy. The King of Laxatives For constipation, uso Dr. Kings Now Lifo Pills. Pnul Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y., says thoy aro tho "king of all laxatives. Thoy nro n blessing to all my family nnd 1 nlwayn keep n box nt homo.' Got a box nnd got well again. Price 29o At all Druggiatsor by mnil. n. IS. Bucklin&t'o. Philndolphln or St Louis. MAKE 10.00 A DAY. Beat seller. Show it nnd it's aold Mako $10.00 a dny or wo return money. Par. lOo. Horculonn Co.,'1Guturiol Okln. For Sale Good gentle driving horse. Inquire at Cres- ent Store. An Oil City, Wilson,. Town Lots Offer ed at Auction A town lot proposition that is attracting far moro than tho usunl nttention, is that at Wilsoo, tho oil center at tho weatorn torminus of the Oklahoma, Now Mexico & Pacific Hailroad (Ringling Road) Wilson hns had n wondorfu growth, being now only sixty days old but having a population of 1500. Tiio building of this now roilroed westward nnd tho discov ery and rapid development of tho Wilson-Henldton oil Cold togothor with inexhaustible supplios of natural gna, have caused WiIboii to go forward at a surprising rate Tho town lot solo, GOO lots boing on the market, will tako placo on Mnrch 5, 6 and 7 (thre'o days) with Col. John B. Queon of Perry as nuotionoor. Wilson is in tho western por tion of Carter County, near whoro tho counties of Cnrter, Jofforson and Stephens join, and in tho conter of a wonderful produc tivo agricultural and livo stock country. Thoro- aro untouohod riches, in fact, nil around and under Wilson. The natural gas possibilities are beyond comprehension. Choap natural gas means factories and allied industries, and tho big oil field means refineries, and Wilson is bound to win. Nothing can prevent it. Tho same conditions that mado Tulsa, Beaumont and WfoUitn Fails aro Wilson's and ovon moro so for Wilson has no opposition. It is tne only Wilson-Healdton oil town.- All the GOO lots aro to bo sold at tho purchaser's cwnprico, ab solutely nono to be reserved The conditions are 80 per cent down ana tho remainder in 10 por cont montnly payments. Tho ealo pavilion will bo locntod on the lots, and rain or ehino the sale will be held. Freo every day, also, will bo given away two choice residonoo lots, and oaoh person qttonding the sale will have an opportunity to draw theso. Tickets will bo giv en each morning to all comers and. thp lucky number goto tho lots.. This is an opportunity to got a homo or a business slto in the fa&test growing city in the south wost, and ono tnnt is bound to be como an important industrial and agrioultural center. Tho soil around Wilson grows 1 balo of cotton to the noro and tho farms are teeming with cattle and hoga. This is a busipess opportunity, of tho brand that pays. For these three days, March 5, 3 and 7, the Oklahoma & Pacific Railway (Ringling tipnd) will sol a rorind trip ticket for ono fare. Jake L. Hamon is the owner ot the towteitt, Frank L. Ketch ie ales manatfer and John B. Queen, auctioneer. v Remember, buy ydthritokfts vin, ALjpja-i2, t ). Twice-Told Testimony 1 1 Anadarko pooplo oro doing nil thoy can for follow sufferers. Anadarko tostimony hnB been published to provo tho merit of Doan'B Kidney Pills to others in Anadarko who.suffor from bad backs and kidnoy ills. Lost nny enfforer doubt this evidenco of merit, wo produoo confirmod proof of Statements from Anadarko peo ple who again oudorso Doan'B Kidnoy Pills confirm thoir for mer tostimony. Hero's an Ann- darko'caso: Mrs. J. L. Clnrk, 11 Central Boulovnrd, Anadarko, Okln.,sayB: "While living in Nebraska, I us ed Doan'S Kidnoy Pills nnd cot suoh good roBtilts that I gavo a Btntemont recommondinc them. Todny I confirm all my former words of praise. I still uso Doan's Kidnoy Pills and novor fail to orot reltof, in fact, they act as n pro vontivo of kidnoy complaint." ' Price oo, at nil dcalors. Don't simply ask for n kidnoy remedy got Doan's Kidnoy Pills tho samo that Mr. JCIark had. Foster Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. STUBBORN, ANNOYING COUGH CURED ''My husband had a cough for fifteon years and my son for oight yonre. Dr. King's New Discovery oomplotoly curod thorn, for whioh I am most thankful," writes Mrs. David Moor, of Saginaw, Ala. What Dr. King's Now Discovery did for these men, it will do for you. Dr. King's New Discovery should be in every homo, Stops hacking coughs, relioves la grippe and all throat and lung ailments. Money baok if it fails. All drug gists. Prico 50o andS1.00 Notice Dr. O. E. Black will move to his new dontnl parlors over Post of fioe March 5th J91J. Will be nt tho service of my patrons and publio nnd will install first class Dental Parlors. Dr. 0. E. Black. Announcement Watch tho papor for tho an nouncemont for St. Patrlok's en' tertainment to bo givqn by tho Homo Mission Sooiety of tho M. E. Ghurch South. I am the RED DEVIL tSat l tht trmi before the crm the ho. Ono Ubletpoqnful of Rd Btvll tv dluolred In h pint of water, tben ailaed to tho tlop or ott frcd for kn Jiogj, fed to hogi night nd raoralng' mrouROom mo year, ivtu PKCVENT Ocrroi become vptmi, , and Worms . m" nogi Pier, uivs ma a chance at tneae gcrm and worms and I'll rtrsvM SAVE YOUR HOGS 0OZ3f I am ' .RedDevil Lye. tit it? : JNrnio 0AN8 coni. jou only -lltttffceltMirrKt '.H Save 'M I:t4&.' jHiy-HECQUGH piDRJflNGS NEifiJ UDUMLVlriLNminia I (AAttft0 SA m monV xenKDaux 'i' I i MHII I I llMlJC UgipB mm CHICHESTER SPII1S DIAMOND dCTCGSS BRAND CO X.A.MK9 I t.V t..p Irrtlt for Cnt CHK3.TBR'S ClIKMBR'S A in Rfd nrt cd trllh l)lut() H.r rt..rT UUUUfllJ JIKA.NI, 1'1L,I.H 10 OoLn mctnllte bozc, tcaled Bnnlri uk fp CHI.t'llLVTfiK 8 juDoon. iaii ko oiucn. n BIAMOKIt RKAMt ni.l.R,for IwrnlT-firo ytirrecarJcdmllf5t,Bafc,t, Alwnyi Rcl'nljlc. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS 7SSS: EVERYWHERE ;rffi Really Good Manner. Wntt then nre cood maoneraT Btxv plr a On and always thoughtful oou lderatlon for the feelings and oom fort of others; polite and kindly ad dresi to "Inferiors" as -to equal or "uperlorg;" gractouuneso, Tfhlch U Io graco, under nil clrcumstanoen and with wopen oepeelalljr, no matte whether in drawing room or offloe, that "low, soft voice," which Shake pear declares to be an Ux'jik In women." A PIPE DREAM If you want n bargain in a plpo go to Paul Kniutsr. I just got in n now ubipniont. The best pipes in town for tho money. Also fancy tobnecos and cigars. Lot us Bond you tho Oklahoma News only 25o a month. All tho magazines and n good lino of fresh'chocolntes. Hot and cold lunoh, merc'hnnts lunoh from 11:30 to 2 p. in." Shai t orders nt all hours. Hot and cold drinks. Wo will do our best .to.please you. Paul Kaiser Confectionery & Cafe 129 Broadway. . A Winter Cough A stubborn, annoyincr, dnnross. ing cough hangs on, rooks tho ' body, woakons the lungs, and of ten leads to serious results. Th first doso of Dr. King's Now Disj oovory ,' givea relief. Henry Dt Sanders, of Cavendish. Vt wwi threatened with consumption, aj tor having pneumonia, Ho writ, 'Dr. King's NWDkjcpvery out A I.- ; j. .. .. . iu uu m ovory iamny; it is coj tainlytho best of nil medicine.' for coughs, colds or lunc troubloi Good for children's. Monev buol if not satisfiod. Prico 50c and 81.00 At all Druggists, H. E. Buoklin'&Co. Pliilfidolnhin or St. LouiB, 1. Free to Farmers p 0 By special arrangement Rate kin Seod Houso of Shenandoah, Iowa, will moil a copy of thoir Big 1914 illustrated Seed Book, and a samplo of uDiamond Joo's Big Whito" seed oorn thnt hns a re cord of over ,200 bushels per acre, free to every render of this paper who may bo intorestod in tho Crops thoy plant. This book is a oom plete compendium of farming and farm and garden seeds. It tolls how to giow big crops and all about best verities of seed corn'fo your locality; also Seed Oats, Wheot, Barley, bpoltz, Grasses, Clovers, Alfalfa, Pneturo and Lawn Mixtures, Seed Potatoes nud all other farm and garden seeds. This seed book iB worth dollars lo Jail in want of seeds of any sort. Its freo to all our readers. Write for It and mention this pa- per. The address fa Ratekin' Seod House, Shenandoah, Iowa. Horrible tJkrtches'of Eczema Qqiokly cured by. Dr. EoHoa Eczema Qintraont C. P. Caldwell of Now Orleans, La'., Btatos "My doctor advised me to try 'Dr. Hobson'e Eczomn Salve I used three boxes of Ointment and three oahes of Dr, flobson'a Dorma Ze ma Soap. Today 1 havo not n spot any whoro on ray body and can eny 1 am oured'a It will do tho snmo fgr you. Its soothing, healing. An luetic action will rid you of all skin humors, blackheads pimple Eoiwna , blotches, red uuaigklly tori; 'anji leaves your akin olefin Rtad&nUhy. 'ISet a box today. Unajnleod. All druggists, i&o 6?Vy'miiU. r .,' feljrer UhwgjJ Of,, rhiladel. 5 w''