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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 19 November 1908

v. K. Uistoricoi Society n t i Anadarko always in the lead as a cotton market. The highest price guaranteed by the city. Don't forget It. Th Daily r. a. ;iiajJici. ANADA1UC0. CADDO COUNTY, OKLA., TlIHtSDAY, NOVEMBER 19. lOOS VOL. 7 No. 254 JLT EIGHT CARS WERE BURNED Fire of Wednesday Evening Proves Expensive to the Railroad Company Burning grass Wednesday afternoon at about throo o'olook aot firo to a oar of cotton on the Rook Island traoks in tha yards north of Old Town, and the flames anon snroad to other oars on tho traok, eight oars boing destroyed before tho flames burned them selves out. Tho fire department was onlled, but tho oars wore sitting in a plaoo thoy oould not bo roaohed by the water and nothing oould bo done to save thorn, Four oars of ootton, one of corn, ono of morohandiso and two emptieB woro dostroyed. Tho firo burned tho main track for oonaidorablo distance tho southbound passongor train being unablo to got by during tho night, tho pasaongors having to be trans...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 19 November 1908

I .... , II !. I -" IN THE PUBLIC EYE J WENr WITH "BILLY" SVtfVrtq"-aBtrTiriKLftanwtoiriiiFiiil "ZmfX.mnMu MTif FIGURED IN OIL DISCLOSURES Josrj It 0. tJIbloy, tho Pennsylvania rongrpss mnti whom nnino flqitrori In ttio recent Standard Oil dlsclo tircH of V. II. IloarMt, will not bo ho directly nrfoclcd by tlio unpIenRiint revelations ns llic Ohio statesman, for tho Koyatono man voltintnrlly retired from congress a couple of yen jco ami hnn not Bought political protor turn l rtlnce. Whllo ho wan lit tho house ho oc casionally nhot up Into tho limelight for a mo icnt, but upon the whole wns cmiBlderuil a iitiibful If not n brilliant roprosentntlvo of bis district. At ono 1 1 ino bo made an nttack u;nn I he prcHldeut from tho floor of the Iioubo which nttruclcd coiiililonililp nttontlou, nnd at tho time of thi pOHlolTlco hcuikImIb bo mo unpleasant ntton Hon wim nttntcted to Sibley by the discovery that a company lit which ho wriH heavily Inter OHtud bad an Important routinol for furni...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 19 November 1908

A GOOD DEAL MtfflJTte TffiAME OF I .viroyiL ro?vr Ss3BBBBHBhH '.-.cf7r "Wi.' " StAr&RAJl CAY, OUrLCr VR CANTON J 1 ojjrz.c ocf jmasf soiTHyijr iSHOwjrtcwtBojrAAmQrMiio. In tho process of redisricting the national forests, which has just boon completed, numerous changes of name were made. These changes woro by no means haphazard or arbitrary. The new names have been chosen on ac count of their Importance In local and national history, and they will servo fur all time ns reminders of men and events prominently connected with tho country's progress from tho pioneer days. Merely to rend them under standing Is to traco tho salient facts of western growth and development. Tho national forests In Now Mexi co, with the significance nnd deriva tion of their names, are as follows: Tho Alamo National forest Is named from Fort Alamo, which received Its namo from tho old Alamo mission of Texas. This fort is tho site of the most memorable battle which has over been fought on Texas soil, being...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 19 November 1908

t";MKMn'C! LOCAL ITEMS I Joo Conloy roturnod from Shamroo!, Toxab on business, "Roxall" RoraodloB at Stoph onson's Drug Store. 254 tf Mrn. Bon Popojoy has pur chased a now Stoinway piano. Guy Gillotto wont to Lawton thlo morning; to nttond U, S. oourt. "Roxall" Romodiae at Stoph onoon'o Drug storo, 254 t 'Baturdnyo ohooolato croama 20 -oonta a pound nt Stephenson's rug store. 254 it iMIbb Ealciwaudah and Mias Tatyopa are visiting frionda in Ft Cobb this wook. Finoat ohooolato oroama at StophonHon'a Drug atoro. 254 tf Mrs, B. F. Holding wont to Hobart thia morning to attond a lamily reunion, FinoBt ohooolato creams at StophonBon'a Drug atoro. 254 tf J. L. Ayors, of tho Hammort & Ayora firm, roturnod laat night from a viait with hia paronla in Kunsas City, Saturdays ohooolato oroama 20 cnln a pound at Stophonson'a Drue: iloro. 254 tf CuaR, Wotfr - r't Apaoho, iB in tho city looking up a location ae lit intends to make Anadarko hie home in the ntiir future. Cough ! Cough I Oough ! ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 27 January 1914

m r- w "V ' v & Daily Democ p& ANADARKO. OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY. JANUARY 27 191a " N0. &x , VOLUME XIII The v J i. MUSIC CLUB ENTERTAINS Greeted to a Large Audi ' snce at Christian Church . Monday Evening ,r i , , , The Anadarko Musio Club on tdrtainod n full hduso at tho Chris tiaa ohuroh, Monday evoning. Mr. Warianolligavo th4 spoooh of woloomo nnd explained tho object ' of this olub as boing tho oity musicians wishing to make n thor ough study of tho authors of tho various nationalities. From this " 9 tidy a vory interesting program was rondorod. Tho oponing number "A Song of Collogo Days" by Mossrs Mar fanolli, Fait, Mitoholt and Bollin ger was' ollowod by a solo, ''Tho 'Gypsy Trail" by Miss Roraiok, Zanfn Ovorturo by Mrs. Cartor and Miss Franz, Ernani lnuvlani, by Mrs. Lawronoo, A Warrior Dold, by Kennoth Mitoliell, Instrumon tal "Souvonior do Trovator" by WissRaspor, Tho Ranohoro, by Misses MoRao and PfafT, "The ' City of -Radiol, by Mrs. Singor, The Flattoror, by iMiss...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 27 January 1914

c . " Anadarko Daily Democrat Democrat Publishing Company, Owners. T. J. Lewis, Manager A HOME PROPOSITION OPPORTUMTY KNOCKS ONCE Enterod at tho. poqloilioo at Anadarko. Oklahoma, na floiond o199 mnttor. PUBLTSniSD DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY llntoB 10 court por week. Phono :53 m. Roports ?omo from nil eourooB or tho growing businosB , confi dence, florotofore, to tamper with tho tnrilf or currency laws, meant n olringonW in tho inonoy market, in fnot, whou tho prosent tariff law went into effect money matters bognn to tighton up, but tho our fronoy bill coining right on tho hools of (no tnrilT bill, chocked tho ntringonpy rnd rcstorod confldonco nrd tho businoss outlook for 1014 is brightorthon it has boon for yonra, and with n Tew of ProBidont Wilson 'a anti-trust idona, framed into laws, we Bhould hnvo a poriod of prpflporJty tlmt wo lmvo not had for yonra. It ia truo that wo hnvo x 7V' !.., il. nl.n.il,l ImKnil rmlo n (nnt. nr frnm fhn 11111(1 lX(! .HUjr puuumuy j . c 11. '" ..l' , inul...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 27 January 1914

r 31 r Ll 1 f r Eccleston-Coggins Funeral Directors :AND Licensed Day Phone 178; cobs COAL C0BS If vou are looking Money Can Buy try some of our McAlester Fancy Lump From the Alderson Mine, there is none better. Phone 200. We make quick delivery. We also have dry cobs. ' Chickasha MillinglCo. W. P. SNYDER, Mgr. - . QUIH1NEAND IRON-THE MOST EFFECTUAL 6EHEBAL TONIC Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines fcoth In Tasteless fonn. The Quinine drives out Malirla and (he Iron builds up the System. For Adults and Children. You knew what you ore tafclue when yon take GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, recognized for 30 years through out the South as the standard Malaria, Chill nnd Fever Remedy and General Strengthen lug Tonic. It is an strong ns the strongest bitter tonic, but you do not taste the bitter because the ingredients do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis solve readily in the adds of thcstomui-h. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean ft. 50c. fliere is Only One "HROMO QUININE" That i3...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 27 January 1914

'"". ' ,'i" A TT Testimonial From High Authority- fJ dXJfc flUL jf Mrs. Wilson of Nnshville.Tcnn., it famed the world over for her wonderfully delicious cake. They ure shipped to nil parts of the Globe for special affairs where the best of Cakes are demanded. This year, as in former years, Mrs. WiUon enjoys the distinc tion of making the President's Christmas Cake, using Calumet Baking Powder. Mrs. Wilson's Baking Motto is: " To have complete luccesa with no failures, care hould be uted in selection of Baking Powder." M ET .' BAKING POWDER Some little time auo I rftiid a -artful V, V and inveatmation of tl.e Iwltinj: powdar jlio and I fel it.'y rpi't I a.ti firmly convinced from the1 results t haver rAeeiveH that th- U Ha baktn? powder to equal Cnlumet for wliolomene and jonom-. ind I atao rcoamniend Culumot Il.ikinii Powdsr for it naver ratlin re Its. . . ' December 0, l')U. ' Mn. Catty Lyjer wilnon. Cnlumet alio repaired the Higtteit A ward at tho World Pure Food Kxnniitinn. Chic....

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 28 January 1914

The Daily Democrat VOLUME XIII ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 28 191a NO. 52 i ALLEGED SLAYER OF ME MAN Lynohed by Mob Near Noble flKla. Denies Crime To Last Ben nSnlrnmitn .. .....,w.., nogro slayer of W. Oklahoma tho alleged A. Chaffin of City, was lynched Ttmsrlny morning by ru Oklaho. ma City mob Tuesday meriting. It is reported that the mob left Oklahoma Oity in nntoinobijM about 2 :30 a. in. Tuesday and ar rived at PurcolJ. where tho nogro was hold in jail, about 0:10 n. iu. Hare tho forced the jailer to hand over tho keys nnd made him lend them to tho negroes cell. Ho told them tho negro-was not there nnd and ttio ouo thoy saw iu tho cell was boinff hold as a witness, but the prisonora in tho noarby colls shoutod that ho was tho iimu thoy wanted, that thoy had brought hyn thero from Oklahoma City. No protests woio nindo from tho citizens of Purcell, as tho mob passed through tho streets, with tho negro in ono of tho oars. Thoy drovo back towards tho oity of tho orimo, ...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 28 January 1914

Vi 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....

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 28 January 1914

"J te EcclestonCoggins Funeral Directors AND Licensed Bay Phone 178; cobs COAL cobs If you are looking for the best Coal Money Can Buy try some of our McAlester Fancy Lump From better, delivery. the Alderson Mine, there is none Phone 200. We make quick We also have dry cobs. Chickasha W. P. SNYDER, Mgr. QUININEAKD IRON-THE MOST EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both in Tasteless form. The Quinine drives out Malaria and the Iron builds up the System. For Adults and Children, You know what you ire taking xxlicn you take GROVE'S TASTKLESS chill TONIC, recounted for 30 years through out the South as the standard Malaria, Chill and Fever Remedy aud General Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong as the strongest bitter tonic, but you do not taste the bitter because the ingredients do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis solve readily in the acids of the stomach. Guaranteed by your Druggist. Wc mein jt. 50c. ' fhere is Only One "BROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE 11...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 28 January 1914

A - r Testimonial From High Authority II -. fcJHl M '- ft 3 K - (?ir Cssv&i . S f 1 " CiTSS S1 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." 51 ft xsa m mmni 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 F...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 29 January 1914

If J-AbW""' kC 4 4 ' "M"i i tyrs'f-i- ? I The Daily Democrat VOLUME XIII ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29 19U NO. iS3 TREMONT NOI GUILTY Italian Shoemaker, Charged With Murder Acoultted Wednesday Lnwton, Okla., Jan. 28. After , having boou out 62 hours tho jury ria tho caso of John Tromont, ohargod with tho murdor of Sbor man Woodward, roturnod a vor diet of "not guilty" to tho court at 8 :30 Woduosday morning. Af tor thanking tho members for their patience dieplnpod, Judgo Johnson immediately discharged thorn and thoy at onco soporatod, all seemingly boing anxious to ro , turn homo nftor their nine days absonco from their families. John Tromont, tho dofondant, with his brothor, Frank Tromont, aud nttonroy Riddlo occupied thoir usual stations in tho court room, aa did county attorney Oscar Simp son. whou tho verdict was road. It goes without Baying that tho dofondant and his brother woro overjoyod at tho vordiot Tho Ital ians both slnok hands with ovory member of tho jury th...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 29 January 1914

. :a Anadarko Daily Democrat Democrat ' Publishing Company, Owners. T. J. Lewis, Manager A HOME PROPOSITION OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS ONCE Entorod nt the jwitolRco at Anndnrko Oklahoma, jib pejond class matter. PUBLUSflEb DAILY MXOBPT SUNDAY Itntos JO coins por week. Phono S3 The question of two legislative Iwdios in agitating nil huropo ns well n8 tho United States. The contention it that parliament lin virtually bocomo a joko mid no longer to bo tolorntod. Zankur of tlio AuBtrian Koiohstop complains that parliaments linvo ooasud to (ill any of thoir funotioiiB imd claims Hint thoir main objoots aro to play to tho gnllories and nowspn)er rojiortoM and Bays, "Tlioy have become platforms from which to make spoaclies to thoeo who will liBton. When both Princo Itonlow and August Hubel refused to nddroHB tho Gorman Itoiohstog hpcnuso tho nowspnpor reporters wore on a strike; moroly conlirm tho long obsorvod fact that tho ropresontativo go in. to parliamont ns agitators and nolongor for tho pur...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 29 January 1914

v I .) XV I Eccleston-Coggins Funeral Directors AND Licensed Embalmers Day Phone 178; Fight Phone 226 cobs COAL CQBS If you are looking for the best Coal Money Can Buy try some of our McAlester Fancy Lump From the Alderson Mine, there is none better. Phone 200. We make quick delivery. We also have dry cobs. Chickasha Milling Co. W. P. SNYDER, Mgr. QUiKIHEAHD IRUN-THE MOST EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC Grove's Tastclesi chill Tonic Combines both in Tasteless form. The Quinine drives out Malaria and the Iron builds up the System. For Adults and Children. You know what you ore taking when you take GROVK'S TASTKM'.SS thill TtlNIC, recognized for 30 years through out the South as the standard Malaria, Chill nnd I'evcr Remedy nnd General Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong an the strongest bitter tonic, hut you do not taste the hitter because the ingredients do uot dissolve in the mouth but do dir solvcrcadilv in the acids of the stomach. Guaranteed" by your Druggist. We cnn it. 50c. fhereis O...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 29 January 1914

V Testimonial From High Authority r ' CALU j-. t$P Mrs. Wilson of Nnshvillr. Tenn is famed the world over for her wonderfully dclicioiiH ck- They nrc shipped to nil pnrtK of the Globe for special aff.m whore the beat of Cukes nr demanded. This yenr, ns in former years. Mrs. Wilson enjoys tin- distini lion of making the President" Chrmtnins Cnke, using Calumet Baking Powder. Mm. Wilson's Bnkinjj Motto if '"To linve complete success with no Failures, care nhoultl bo UMji in selection of Ualcinj Powder." BAKING FWE2& Some litlTo time ijt I r-id; a careful study ami investigation of tl.e bnkiiiK Kwiler ajb0 and I foel fully rorid. I n.n firmly convinced from Uio result" I hive received that there is no baking powder to ciiuul Calumet for wl.iteomeie a-id economy, and I also recommend Culnmct Hokinu Powdir for u never fiulinK reacts. December l. 1 j: t. N!". " L!er U .iwn. Calumet alto receded the Highest Award at the World' Pure Food Exposition, Chicago and PatU, France, 1012. Buy t...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 30 January 1914

f te The Daily Democrat VOLUME XIII ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 30 19U NO. 84 INTEREST SHIFT BMOMAN SI! Eyes Turned to Mrs. Rivers In Noted Mur der Case With John Tromont, one of three dofondauts chargod with the -murder of Shorman Woodward, J freod by tho vordiot of a jury, and with Mrs. Ada Woodward, under Ufo sentenco by her own coufos sion of guilt, all oyoa now turn to Mra. Emma Rivers, the third de fondant in tho case. Will hor oaso over come to trial in tho faco of 'I romont's acquittal. or will tho prosecution of hor case bo stoppod? That is tho only , question roinaining, and which, by tho way is of much interest. , Tho answer is nht at thia time to S bo had. Largely it rests with Os ow Simpson, county attornoy. It is in his powor to proceed with hor caso, or to file a motion for its dismissal. When soon this morning ho " stated that ho did not know yet what action would bo takon. "I tiavo not yet mado up my mind as to whether I will procood with tho oaso or'not," h...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 30 January 1914

Testimonial From High Authority 0 ., i HM1 W ' 0 ..,5 yp id VKP BAKiMG i y Mr. WiUoti of Nashville. Tenn.. is fumed the world over for iter wonderfully delicious cakes. They are shipped to all parts of the Globo for special nffiurn here the best of Cakes are demanded. This year, ns in former years. Mrs. Wilson enjoys the distinc tion of making tho President' Christmas Ceke, using Calumet Baking Powder. Mrs. Wilson's Baking Motto is: " liv complete success with ' r. i fnlurm. cmo should 1 mwl 'li c'lnn of Uakmj; PowKier. 1 POWDER Some little time no' 1 nndo e careful ftudv and investigation of the baking powder ruhe "d I leel f..Vy re;jnJ. I o.n fcn ily .onvincetl from the results I have received ilmt t'l'ia ia no lsUng powder to equal Calumet for wliolfiO"t;e.-icfn mtl ecuncm. ar.d 1 auo nwmmoiKl Culumot Uakinsr Powder fcr it never full ng tm itj. Dnccmber l. I'll I. Mm. Cetty I.vler Wilson. Calumet nlto received th Hlghc.t Award' at tbe World's I'um Foed r. ... .1 . I ll.J- 17 1SI4...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 30 January 1914

it 1 K I Anadarko Daily Democrat Democrat Publishing Company, Owners. T. J. Lewis, Manager Entered nt tho postoflico nt Anadnrko. Oklahoma, k no Bo-ond clnss matter. PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Rntes 10 cenfs por week. Rid Children of Worms or You enn clinngo fretful, ill-tom perod oliildron into hcnlthy, Imp py youngsters, by ridding thorn it worms. Tossing, rolling, grinding of "teeth, crying out whilo nsfcop, nceompnniod by in tonso thirst, puins in the Btonmoh nnd bowleB, fovorishnoss nnd bnd bad breath, are symptoms tunt in dicnto worms. Kioknpoo Worm Killer, n plensnnt enndy lozongo, oxpells tbo worms, regulates tho bowles, roBtoresyoyr childron to health and hnppiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of Elgin, 111., sayBj "I lmvo used Kickapoo Worm Killer for yoars, and entirely rid my childron of worms. I would not bo without it. " Guaranteed , All druggists, or by mail. Price 25o. Kiokapoo Indian Medicine Co., Philadoipbia and St. Louis. Free to Farmers By special arrangement Bato ki...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily democrat. — 30 January 1914

Business Directory Get Your Dan Slater Contractor and Builder PlaiiH & Specifications Free Anciilnrho, Oklahoma Por Preah, Pure Home fl title Candies Go to Peter Stathos Model Tailor Shop C I. JONKS, Vnv'""' Fine Tailor ng a Specialty Phone 22 . W. Gish UNDERTAKER and EiYlBALiWER L. V. COOMBS PROP. Anadarlco, Oklahoma At The entireties M. E. Church, South. Sunday Soliool, 10 a. r. Preaohing"nt 11 n. in. nud 8 p. in. i Junior Loaguo 3 p. in. with Mrs. Niuioo loading. Epwtirth Loaguo 6 30 p. in. Evorbody .wolpomo. Coino and woniln'ii with ua i Morning aubjoot "Tho way to Honvon, " Kvorybodywolooino, oomo and worship with no. W. E. Ilumphroy, pastor ' Chriotinn Churoh Sunday Soliool. 9:15il in. 1'nxiohing, 11 n in, and 7:00 p. in OhrtBtinu Endeavor? pin. itov. W. W. Pharos, Pastor. Proabytorinn Sunday Soliool, 9:51 n. in. f L a. in. Public, worship and bonuon. Cr.UOj.. m. Loaguo, Souior. 7 :30 p. in. Piiblio worship and uonnon. Thursday, 7;80 p. in. Prnyor mooting. Social Union Fir...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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