Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 42, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 20, 1909 Page: 7 of 8
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Best Drugs at Barbours.
Bon-bons at Lindsay 's the druggist.
Dolly Varden Choclates at. Lindsay's
I have a piano to rent-W. T.
If it pays to practice economy it
pays to trade with Holland.
A few more gold fish at two for a
quarter at the Palace of Bargains.
Still some gold fish at the Palace
of Bargains, two for twenty five cents.
Mrs. Tate of Tate of Tuttle is visit-
ing with Mrs. Henry Johnson of this
Dr. Grifiin arrived home from a
business trip to Frederick this after-
Mias Tooley of Purcell and Miss
Dickie Wooten are the guests of Miss
Get your drugs books and every-
thing in the drug and book store
line at Barbours.
We deliver bread, pies, and cakes
to any part of the city. Midden-
dorfs Bakery—Phone 289.
Miss Bertha Hedges, teacher at
Adair school east of Norman left for
Ellleno this morning to spend Sunday
Mrs. G. W. Brinsmaid, of Denver,
Colorado, is here visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. J W. Armstrong and
The funeral of Mrs. Scott was held
Saturday morning conducted by Rev.
Morgan and the body laid to rest in
cemetery east of Norman.
Albert J. Peery aged .'52 and Miss
Jetlie Kemp aged 22, both of Lexing
ton, secured a license to wed Satur-
day morning from Judge Sharp.
D. C. McKinnon, of Guthrie repre-
senting the New York Life Insur-
ance Company, is looking after com-
pany's business in Norman this week.
W. T. Tate was in Norman today
and leaves tonight for his home in
Lodyepole, Nebraska Mrs. Tate will
visit in Norman next week before re-
J. W. Armstrong arrived home Fri-
day nijjht from a months visit to bis
boyhood home at Aberdun, Mississ-
ippi. He visited with two sisters he
had not met in 40 years and other
b >yhood friend.-.
* qt. Granite Kettles 50c
12 qt. Granite Bucketts 50c
8 qt. Stew Kettles 50
1 gal. Granite Coffee Pots 50c
8 qt. '• Covered Buckett 25c
4 qt. " Tea Pots 25c
3 qt. " Pitchers 25c
Palace of Bargains
230 East Main St.
Don'i wait until you get bald. Use
Cu-Cura the Crude Oil Hair Tonic
guaranteed by Barbour & Sons.
A. suit is foreclosure has been
filed by the Carey Lambard Lumber
Company against Edward F. Morgan
on residence property on Asp i\ve
President A. Grant Evans will oc-
cury the pulpit at the Christain
Churcn Sunday evening.
Sensational Divorce Suit Filed-
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Hakstien, through
her attorney B. F. Wolf has filed suit
for divorce against Emil Hakstien,
She sets up in her petition that de-
fendant compelled her to leave him
stating that they were not suited to
each other, and threatened her that
if she did not leave that he would
have her arrested on a charge of at-'
tempting to posion him, which was j
not true. That he treated her with :
great cruelty and cursed and abused
her. That he was a man possessed j
of considerable real estate and money
in bank and she prayed for court to
grant her her money to pay expenses j
of suit and attorney's fees during J j
pendency of suit and such alimony to
be paid in a lump sum or in insall- !
merits as court deemed proper.
They were married March 28th, I I
1908 and separated on Feb. 17, 1009.
Both parties are quite aged people
hovering around 70 years. Mrs.
Hackstein was a girl sweetheart; but
in youth they became estranged;
both marrying and raising families.
Tnh husband died and after the
death of Mrs. Hackstein he hunted
up his old sweetheart, found her in
ArkansBs a widow and they were
married last March.
Stole Meat out of Smoke House
Saturday morning, when G. M.
Melugin, a farmer living east of
Norman, went to his smoke house
to secure some breakfast bacon he
had hanging nicely cured in the
smoke house, he discovered that
some fellow had preceded him and
about all that was left was the
strings by which the meat was hung
up. The bailing wire fastening on
the srhoke house door was broken.
Miss De Muir—'Were you ever hyp-
notized, Mr. Hector? Hector — Yes,
I'm married.—Illustrated Bits.
Roast Pork with apple sauce
Leg of Lamb with currant jelly
Mallard Duck with Celery Dressing.,
French Pois in paste cases Candied Sweet Potatoes
Ice Cream with White Mountain Cake
Brown Corn Meal Muffins
To Buyers Renters
Our Business is to Supply Your Wants.
We Loan Alouey, Rent Houses, Buy
and Sell Property, and Write
Insurance. .. • . • .
Come to our office or let us know where
you are and we will come to you.
In the preliminary hearing this
morning Marvin Mitchel was bound
over to await the grand jury and
J. W. Whizen Hunt was released.
State Investment Company
Telephonc No 10.
Officc 213 E. 'la?
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Danner, V. E. Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 42, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 20, 1909, newspaper, February 20, 1909; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106724/m1/7/: accessed October 15, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.