Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 25, 1912 Page: 6 of 10
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Glasses Fitted Right
FINEST INST RU M F NSS IN THF
STATE FOR TESTINO
Dr. Goodrich's Office
Use Ttexall Kidney Piils May'aeid
SOCIETY AND PERSONAL
For Sale—Family horse, city brok^,
gentle, tyllsh, afraid of nothing.
See I Herr pan at Or
: he KntcrprUe job work plea fs.
Ilnve you tried up, if not. come in
Thursday Mrs. S. K McCall will be
Goodrich'.! at bourn to the Social Hour Club.
Wednesday Mrs. Tom Clement was
hi stess to the N and T. club. A few-
extra gu sts were pressnt.
j .11(1 ive ill make you
| tome r. '
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Use May Held'. cold tablets.
Horn—To Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Burch
ti boy, last week.
M. C. Carr was in the city yester-
day from Moore.
A full supply of legal h'anks fo••
sale. The Enterprise.
.Tim Stogner and family visited
frit mis in Noble Sunday.
On Tuesday ni .-ht a fuil member
latiffl d CUb- Iship of the Hebe Club met with the
Misses Webster as hostesses.
| Mrf. Hue Lindsay was hostess Wed-
jud(;c McMillan spent Friday nnil | ne„aay to the Llnger-Longer club.the
Saturday with his family in this city |nKXt meeting will be held with Mrs.
returning to Pauls Valley Sunday, j clyde Plckard, 520 F.. Cray St. Feb-
where he is h dding
h term of 'he ruary "th
Or and Mrs A. Crant Kvar.s, with
tnelr family nre going to move from
W S Gray, formerly of Norman, j Norman to Oklahoma City within a
who is prospering nicely in the Pecos J fesv da.'s. Their many friends regret
Valley of Texas, was In Norm in first 1 their departure.
Iif the week on business matters and j Tuesday at two-thirty a large re-
visiting his many friends. , presentation of the Sout h M F„ ladies
. ' met at the home, of Mrs. Harry Lind-
It Is not long until the lirst of Feb Lay for their Bible Study. Rev. Ow-
ruary. if your supply of statements e„by led the meeting
The Publisher Mid Merchants I'r
Contest is the talk oi the town.
We give the greatest values for
your money.— falaco of Bargains.
The Publisher and Merchant Prize
Contest is creating unite an intere-t.
J. F. Perry, of Wynnewood, visited
with old friends m Norman last Fri-
Fred Reed and T. E. Clem nt left
for Red Rock, Monday on a hunt ng
Win. Moutaw, of Lexington, was in
Norman Thursday on professional
is running short better call around
and have us print you a supply. We
p int to please. The Enterprise.
Dr. Jerome Oowd will conduct ihe
Epworth League at the M. E. church
S 'utb Sunday evening, .Ian. 28th at
id p ,n There will be special music
and all nre cordially invited to attend.
Miss Janet Allan entertained an
'•Old Maid party"- of a number of her
girl friends last Thursday evening,
'lire girls all came dressed In old
maid fashion, hoop skirts, wrinkles
The farmers are beginning to rustle
around to procure seed oats. If the
seed can be secured a big acreage
will be sown; hut the matter of secur
Ing the seed It rot going to In an
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. M R. Car-
penter, east of Lexington, a boy. Jan-
E. A. Foster attended the
.1 no. Volan has moved his farai.y to
thi- county from ColOiado, and has
located on a farm north of the cily.
Mr. Nolan and brother, T. J.conduct-
I ed a grocery store in West Norman
Lumber- , - . ,
during the early days.
mans Convention h'-ld in Kansas l it v j
this week. jas Gresham received a card
Friday evening a poverty social
was held at the borne of Mr. and Mrs.
Gilkcy in West Norman a large crowd
attended and glowing reports of a
big time was given by all.
Tuesd y afternoon the ladies of the
Christian church met at the home of
Mrs. 0 o r 1 a n il. Otlicers were
elected for he new year. Pres. Mrs.
Hurcb, Sec , Mrs. Sharp, Treas. Mrs.
Furray. The afternoon was spent in
The Old Regime will tender a re-
ception to their must esteemed mem-
ber, Mrs. A. Grant Evans, at the home
of Mrs. Harry Lindsay, next Thurs
day. Mrs. Chas. Wmtland acting as
hostess. This will be Mrs. Evans last
meeting with the c'.ub ladies.
On Friday evening, .Mr. and Mrs.
Will Hopper, entertain d the memb-
bers of the Linger-Longer club and
iheir husbands at progressive whist
The members and husbands, who were
in attendance were, Messrs. and Mes-
dames Clyde Pickard, Use Lindsay,
Kay Berry, Coon Lindsay, Jack fost-
er and Walter Capsh rw. A two course
1-inch on was served by Mrs. Hopper
NO CAUSE TO DOUBT.
A Statement of Facts Backed by a
We guarantee immediate anil poll
! tive relief to all sufferers from eonstl-
patlon. in every rase where oar rem
edy fails to do this we will return the
money paid us for it. That's a frank
| statement of fa.-ts, and we want you to
substantiate them at our risk. (
Itexall Orderlies are cilli'U Just like
■randy, are particularly prompt and
agreeable in net Ion. may lie taken at
any time, day or night; do not cause
dlarrhu-a. nausea, griping, excessive
looseness, or other undesirable effects.
They have a very tuilil but positive
action Upon the organs with which
they come in contact, apparently act-
lug us a regulative tonic upon the re-
laxed muscular coat of the liowel, thus
overcoming weakness, and aiding to j
restore the bowels to uiiu-e vigorous i
anil healthy activity.
IlexnII Orderlies are unsurpassable j
and ideal for the use of children, old
folks ami delicate persons. We cannot j
too highly recommend tbem to all \
sufferers from any form of constipa-
Hon and its attendant evils. That's j
win- we back our faith in I Item with j
our promise of money buck if they do j
not give entire satisfaction. 1 hree
norman pioneer drug store
I Cleveland County Abstract Company ji
* M. F. McFARLAND, Pres. ROY C. SMITH, Sec. and Treas.
Abstracts of Title and Conveyances Drawn j;
Money to Loan
sizes*. 1- tablets 1" <
cents .'ti i<l so tft! lels ." o cents. Iteinein-
l er. you ran obtain Rcxall Ilemedies
onl? sit our store Tlie Resnll Store.
tisrneiiou. 1 nn-e x
.puis, :tc. tablets ~i:i
Pioneer Drug Store, W. T.
'Saturday, Jan. 27th, 1912
We will hold simi-monthly sales at
the Star Bam firs* and fourth SaturL
days in each month First sale lan.
27th. We now have listed for this
sale, six head of mules and mares;
ten head of choice dairy cows: some
stock hogs and farm implements.
Bring any thing you have to sell.
Lot and stall room free for Sale-
(:. I). (IRAVKSS & SON
F. V. Askew, banker of Lexington,
transacted b isiness in Norman la-t
Rev. E. O. W hitewell left last Sat-
urday for Arkansas City to conduct
a revival meeting.
Hon. and Mrs. R. I, Kwing of Ft.
Supply, visited friends in No man
Thursday and Friday
Robt. Wall ice, ol Pauls Valley, was
In the city Sunday and Monday, visit-
ing with his many friends,
W. N. Rucker was in Purcell Tries
day, looking after his mercantile ts
tablishment in that city.
Miss Maud Ambrisier, a t mcher in
the Central Normal, spent Sunday
with her parents in this citv.
Kntrust vonrself to our care anJ
we will r.ot abuse your conlidence.
Palace of Birg litis.
The J. B. I)ick< rson stock of groi
eries was sold to Abernathy of 1 ur-
cell and is being shipped to Purcell.
M. Joe Store was in Norman Mon-
day shaking hands wiih old triencs
He is now running a drug store t i
Mrs. L licit/, arrived home Mon-
day from hospital in oklahoma City
where she wa-undei trealin- nt for
Causplcuously ah- nt l'he agitat-
ors for deep well proposition, at miss
meeting held in the Court House last
from his brother. Will, who is p actlc-
E. W. Wilcox, on W. Main. Mrs.
Wilcox entertained in honor of Mrs.
ing law at Wagoner, which stated i>ae Kpbraim, from Chicago who is a
that lie had won a big Oil Land suit j house-guest of her s ster Mrs. i' rank
for Jim Harris, in which tl,i/0,000 00 j Kpbraim. of 015 N. Peters Ave. An-
was involved. This w*s quite a vie-. „ther guest of honor will be Mrs. An-
tory for Mr. Oreshani j derson recently from Oklabomi City.
There will he three tables and besides
We have a few scholarships in some
of the leading Business Colleges of
A card parly will he given Ssturday j the South-west for sale. Enterpri-
afternoon at the pretty home of Mr-. \ —
TI e liver loses its activity at times
and needs help. H F.RB1NK is an ef-
fective liver stimulant. 1' also puri-
ties the. bowels, strengthens dig. s' ion
and reslor- s strength, vigor and cheer-
ful spirits. Price 50c. Sold by the
Pioneer Drug Store.
"Billy" Shelton, has commenced
training for the democratic primary
race to be pulled off this summer.
■Billy" is trulv a great Marathan
racrr—In fact he has never entirely
stopped running since entering the
race for Register of Deeds against
Perry Woolvvard in 1K!•
Last Friday the recorder of the
V. (i U. VV. Lodge received drafts
for $2000 to take up the policy of in-
surance held in that order bv Judge
W. J. Jackson, who died in this city
nn the 27th day of last December.
This loss was paid in less than 15 davs
from time nroof of death was filed in
the ('.rand Recorder's ollice.
Tlie case of L «'. Adams vs J. C.
Adams which was tried in February
1 <i0!i at Purcell, resulting in judge
mcnt for divorce for plaintiff and
1'KM alim'Uiv. Defendant appealed
I to the Supreme t'on t and tlie decis-
! Ion of the 'owe'- court was alllrmed.
1.1 F. sharp of Purcell and J. M. Gresh-
,ini of Norman represented the plain-
till' and J. W. Hocker, of Purce'l and
lien F. Williams of this city, rep-e-
-ciited the defendant.
the honory guests Mesdames Maguire
Pax" on, Met'all, I-elgar, Newel Berry-
Downing, Lowtber, Frank Kpbraim
and Miss Ruth Newjll. Daintiest re-
freshments will be served at six.
A most charming surprise party
was given at the home of Mrs. Rus-
sell Chastain Wednesday afternoon
from three to live. AH members of
the 'Bide-a-wee club were hostesies
to the occasion. The surprise was ]
given in honor of Mrs. Oscar Worthy-
one of the club's highest esteemed
members who leaves within a few
days with her husband for their new
home in Missouri. With litting speech j
by the president, Mrs. F. O. Miller, |
a handsome souvenir spoon of Norman
was presented to Mrs. Worthy. Two
j courses of the most appetizing eat-
| ables which had been previously prc-
p,red by the ladies, were served at
The ladies of the Old Regime met
Thursday afternoon at the hospitable
home of Mrs. Ch -ad e. This was Hu-
morists Day' for tlie club. Interest-
ing papers were given on Bill Nye by
Mrs Bess nt, Mark Twain, Mrs. Ber-
ry, Artemus Ward; Mrs. Kent; Bead-
ing, Mr-. Pel gar; conversation. Bits
of wisdom from the Humorists, each
lady giving her best joke, the room
Pleurisy pains are located just be-
low the short ribr. Lumbago alTects
the same region but toward the back.
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is
the remedy in either case, if rubbed j
in thoroughly it eases pain, relaxes ,
the muscles and the patient can move j
about freely and comfortably. Price
2.jc, ',0c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
Pioneer Drug Store.
Dealer in Horses and Mules
A few head of good horses to sell on
next fall time.
THREE BLOCKS EAST OF COURT HOUSE
Phone No. 5. ;;
Norman Transfer and Storage Co.
.1, M. THOMPSON, Prop.
North Peters Ave. Phone 337
Glasses titted right, K. Berrlgan,
Optometrist. Finest instruments in
the state for testing . Dr. Goodrich's
On the Sunday School Lesson
by Kev. Dr. Llnscott for the
International Press Bible
(Copyright 1910In- Bi-v.T.8.Llnscott. L>.1>.)
ONE MILLION DOLLARS FOR A
This Offer Should Be a Warning to
Every Man and Woman.
The newspapers nnd medical jour-
nals re-emly have had lunch to say-
relative to a famous millionaire's offer
of a million dollars for a new stomach
Jan. 28th, 1912.
The Presentation in the Tempi--.
Luke ii :22-2:>.
fiolden Text For mine eyes have
seen thy salvation, which thou bast
prepared hefore the face of all people.
(1.) Verses 22-'-4 What was the
lllliri llllll.ll^ [HI 11 lit!" J.IUIUU, 11. .
great nieltl millionaire Teas too jlaw of Moses, in the matter o purt 1 j
busy to worry about, the condition of
his Stomach ffe allowed his dyspep
sia to run from bad to worse until in
the end it became Incurable.
His misfortune serves as a warning
Every one who suffers with dyspep
| ila for a few years will give every
thing he owns for a new stomach.
Dyspepsia is commonly caused by an j
for the mother of
"by the Spirit," and when he goes
«nd is only conscious of hU own judg-
ment directing him?
ill. Nerse 2K What benefit wasit
to Jesus for Simeon having taken him
in his arms and "blessing God"?
12 Verse 29 Why should it bo
though', wrong for a man in full
health, but in great trouble, to pray-
that he might die?
1 (13. If il was right for Simeon to
pray for God to let him depart this
life, why is it wrong for any aged and
infirm person to pray the sam; pray-
114. If a man is not always ready
! to die, why is there reason to think
he is never ready '
(15.) Veises 30-32 What is the
the earth a
a male mo9t glorious sight on
j Christian can see?
(ltj. 1 What effect did the sight of
l.fesushave upjn Simeon, and whatt
etfect does i' always have upon n pen*
' itent sinner?
I (17.; What is to-day the greatest
| civilizing and spiritually uplifting in-
To p«^s us by would hi
ab'e injustice to jour p
Palace of Bargains.
its power t<> food.
\\V nre now able to supply ••ertaln
iauyi.iv..,K w, :yr:r iuMinK elements to help to restore
rang wit-, merriment and a good cheer j ^ ^
pruviiu to all, "A little non#en-o now
Kev. W. F Gray will occupy the
pulpit of the l-'irst liiptist church
in this city lies'. Sun.lay morning and
The weather 10 ditious begins '.0
invite the farnieis to t ut -pring
breaking and prtpare their lields ti 1
County Attorney (ieo. (> (jraliiui
and fam'lv. Mesinmes N. I', (iraham
and Ina Taylor visited friends and
relaliv - in Lcxing ton ^ti id .v.
VV. F Uoliet and faniilv 1«*ft the
tirst of 1 his we- k !.-r m w home at
Carlsbad, New Mtxico win ru Mr Kol
ler has inves'e i in irrig-it d lani.s
\\ F.. Harnard was in Norman Sat-
in,lav with a rug tied around his head
nnd t r\ ing to explain. While killing
he rs last Monday, bis cousin came
uc.ii killing Hill- In attempting to[
-ti ike it hog with an ax the roof t
I of a shed came in contac' with the
' - ii g ax glancing same and the bit .
| of the ax struck the back of Bill's |
j head coming near to putting him out j
1 of business as well as out of his con
t -opiate I race for sherill in the
critic primaries to lie held tills suin-
and then is relished by the best of
men." Tlie hos e-s served a two
course luncheon, the last course Pluiu
pudding m de after the famous Eng-
lish recipe. .
The circus party, which was follow-
ed with an elaborate banquet, Situr-
day night was a grand success The
Hon. 1 lob W .lla e, ■ ' Paul's Va 1 -v
says, "Let Billy Ii"-aa pi" :l 'eilow
llag on democr t c politician an 1 he
is no longer attractive to pro. . ive
,\ - n.Ver One Huntlred Dollars He-
ward lor anv case of Catarrh that
cannot b- cur. d bv Hall's I.atarrh
( , re. F. ,1. ' Ilt'.Ni-'.v .v t u., loledo, ().
We the undersigned, hnve known
1' J ( be 1 ley for the last 15 vears, and
, in ileve him perfectly honoranle in all
l.inlness transacllon-, and tiiiHiuia Iv
libit to iar'y out any obligations
in tie bv his tlrm.
waldimi, o Marvin,
Wholt sir I )i t'ggisis, lolc lo, O.
Hall's Catarrh fur is taken intern-
al v. cling directly up -n the Irlood
ainl mucous tu fac ■ of the s-stem.
Tisiimonlals s nt fiei. Ti ice, >,h
,, I bottle. Sold bv all Druggists
Take Hall's Family Pills tor consti-
spacious liotne ot Mr. and Mrs, Newell
222 S. Muskogi e Ave. was the scene
of the occasion, and the Progressive:
girls were the hostesses The club
mother chaperoned for the evening.
Misses Eva Lee Agnes EiUirds,
Grace Williams. Delia Link, and
Mrs. Kay Her-ry. were the club's in-
iv 'ed guests All pha«> s of life were
de represented -it 111 • circus. The pret-
t\ milk-maid, the bakery In- , l.ittle j
Hoy Blue, and Bo-prep, Buster Brown
and M ry Jan.-. Each member re- ;
presented some character which was ,
quite o iginal in its make up. Dmc-
ing and cards were the entertain- i
merit, until the dining room doors j
were thrown open and a long table i
Stretching the full length of the room. ,
with its e.vi 1 -it ■ c it glass, silver and
immense briquets of red and white
c nations The four courses were
derveS bv M' New-lland Mis. Bell.
(2.) What practical purpose did all
this ceremony servt
(3.) Why would it not be a good ,
thing if all children were formally j
presented to the Lord in the church
in<4lbeWbya 'ouW Jesus not have sub- j lluence in the world, and why do you
abnormal stale ,,f the gastric Juices. | mined to al! this form and ceremony , think ^ tbo8C
or l.y lack „f in the walls of the | if ho had at this tune been of mature , > ^ ^ ^ !ove and wi,.
stomach. The result Is that the stou. jud^ment^ theredegree.of ! don, of Je.us; those who see him for
•n il loses its power to rtip'st food. i (•>. \ or?e -•> ah men.
! holiness in truly good men, and if so . Hi,' hrst tunc: or uwe who bave beet.
j how would you cl i-s,fy then,.- j acquainted with II,ui for a lifetime,
,ii -i of which of the real children and why is it so? 11 his is one of the
'oillod cannot it be said, ' and the i que. ions that may be answered in
i Holy fliost wah upon him"? i w.riting by member, ol the club.)
7. How would you describe the (1 . What exceptions are there to
character of gimeon?
:H.)" Verse 2ii Do anv good people
to-day have revelstions, or premoni-
tions, similar to this concerning
(9.) If some good people like Simeon
to the gastrli- juices their di|
I priwei-, and to aid In making tin
I ueb strong and well
1 y\'e know that Itexall Dyspepsia 1
Tablets are a most dependable rem
(hIv fur disordered stomachs. Indigos
! floti. and dvsiiepsla,
| We want yon lo try them and will
i return your money If you are not
more than snlMeil with the result
Three siw-s, 25 conK 50 cents and
S1.0O, Iteniember. yn can obtain
Itexall Heniedles In this commimltv
milv at our store- The Kexall Store
; the rule that God hurts people only
| that lie may help them?
(20.) Vers-s 311-39 What II any ex-
' ceptions are there to the rule that
when truly spiritual people of any
faith hear and understand Jesus,
Pioneer Drug Store, W.
j hive revelations concerning tlielu-
I tore, why may not all good people
1 have them?
ilO Verse 2ii-What is the dill'er-
their hearts are always drawn to
Lesson for Sunday, Feb. 4th,
The Wise Men Led by the
| ence when a good man goes to a place j Matt. ii.
Heartburn, inii-gesi 1 11 or distress ^
ot the s'omach -s u s'autlv relieved
bv II F.I'Kl N E Ii forces the badly
diueste I lo il out ol the houy ami
restores ion in the s'omach a nd
bo..els. Price 5uc. Sold by Pioneer
Drug Drug Store.
Bain Farm Wagon
Charter Oak Stoves,
Elwood Hog Fence,
Kingman Cotton and
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