Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1912 Page: 5 of 8
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Stetlens ice cream at Mayfield'*
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Would You Strike Your Wife?
You do worse than that when you fail to
protect her with Life Insurance adequate to
keep the wolf from the door---when you leave
her with no defense from the blows of grim
A. McDANIEL, Agent
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L. C. Lindsay visited in Sulphur
Car of feed and seed. Ruckers
Farmers Store.—Phone 192.
Atty. C M. Keiger was a profes
sional visitor in Purcell Saturday.
Car of B. R Hour just recti veil
Ruckers Farmers Store.—Phone 192.
Mrs. Cora Prichett left today for
Chicago, where she will study vocal
Chas. Paul and sister, Miss Alice,
were here from Moore township Mon-
LOCAL UNO PERSONAL.
Palmer's perfume at Mayfields.
Miss Eizada Barbour left Monday
lor Ada for a few days visit.
Constable Gus Leslie, of Noble,
was a Norman visitor Friday.
Chris T. Pearce, of Noble, was a
Norman visitor Tuesday morning.
Atty. Geo. C. Burke, of Lexington,
was in Norman Friday on profes-
Geo. W. King left Monday for
Crab Orchard, Ky., where be will
spend the summer.
Fred Jepson and wife, of Arkan-
sas City, visited relatives in Norman
latter part of the week.
Miss Jessie Burrows of 111., re-
turned home Monday after a two
weeks visit with Miss Pearl Young.
Mrs. Olive Stinson, of Pittsburg,
Kans., came in Thursday for a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Jno. G. Hardie, editor of the Lex-
ington Leader, visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Hardie in Norman
Sunday and Monday.
Miss Verdie Holland, after a
month's visit with the family of her
uncle, J. R. Holland left Fridav tor
her home at Bonita, Texas.
Mrs. J. R. Davis and daughter,
after a three weeks visit with the
family of Dr. J. A. Davis, left Fri-
day for their home at Waco, Texas.
The Roosvelt followers have se-
lected the bandana handkerchief as
their emblem. They should enscribe
upon those handkerchiefs the fact
that the tariff on handkerchiefs is
4 1-4 cents per yard and ten per cent
adyolorem. The tariff board has re-
ported that the labor cost of Ameri-
can handker^hefs is less than that of
the European products Neither
Roosevelt nor Taft proposes to lower
the tariff on the emblem of the
Reduced prices on wall paper a?
Mayfield's drug store.
D. W. Milam, of 7-1-west, was a
business visitor in Normau Monday
Ceo. Leverich, of near Moore, was
a business visitor In Normau Satur-
R. A. Lindsay and family left Mon-
day for Ft. Supply for a few days
Mrs. Frank Davis returned to her
home at Ft. Worth, Texas, Thursday,
after a few weeks visit with the fam-
ily of Dr. J. A. Davis.
L. L. McComb, our efficient county
clerk, is suffering with rheumatism
in his left knee this week, which has
caused him to adopt a pair of crutch-
Mrs. J. E. Alexander left Sunday-
afternoon for Carmen, in response to
a message stating that her daughter,
Mtb. Frank Balyeat was very sick
with typhoid fever.
Mrs. D. W. Ohern and mother, Mrs.
Powers, left Sunday for Casey, Iowa,
where they will spend the summer.
Dr. Ohern accompanied them as far
as Kansas City.
Ladies' dresses, made right, sun
and tub proof. $9.84. Ruckers.
J. D. Prldg^en, of Weatherford,
spent Sunday in Norman with his
J. W. Mitchell and wife returned
Monday from a week's visit to Pur
Mrs. E. A. Jacobs and niece, little
Elizabeth, of Oklahoma City, visited
W. H. Newblock and family Tuesday.
Miss Llla Black went to Pauls
Valley Friday for a few days visit
with her sister., Mrs Ezell Klmber-
Talk about "specials"-—you'll tiiid
genuine values everyday at Hollands.
Bain Farm Wagon
Charter Oak Stoves,
HI wood Hog Fence,
Kingman Cotton and
JAS. D. MAGUIRE
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE
Established in 1889
Sole agency for the celebrated Keen Kutter cut-
lery and edged tools. Our lines are recognized as
the best of their kind and all are fully guaranteed.
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Mrs. Marvin Pitts left Tuesday
afternoon for Neosho, Mo,, in answer
to a telegram announcing the death
of her father.
Mrs. S. R. Bell and daughters,
Misses Bessie and Lucille left Tues-
day for Colorado, where they will
spend the summer.
Mrs. Geo. Miller and two sons of
Dallas, Texas, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Miller from Sat-
urday until Tuesday.
New line men's Oxford white, tan
or black. We filled in on all sizes
S. W. Hutchin, candidate for
county treasure, spent Saturday in
Norman, shaking hands with
frieuds and making new acquaint-
A Free Book of valuable Political
We take pleasure in announcing
that any of our readers can secure
the above vest pocket book free of
charge by sending 2c for postage to
D. Swift & Co. Patent Lawyers, Wash-
ington, 1). C. This book contains
tables showing which states each
• 'residential candidate carried in
1908, the number of Democrats and
Republican elected by each state to
Congress, in 1908 and 1910: the lead-
ing events in the life of each Presi-
dent, from Washington to Taft. It
also gives the population of each
state, according to the census <-e-
ports of 1890, 1900 and 1910, the pop-
ulation of about 20 of the largest
cities in each state, a calendar for
1912 and I9i:t and much other useful
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First National Bank
of Norman, Oklahoma
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS-E. B. Johnson, presi-
" i' Ambnster> vice president; C. H. Bessent,
;; cashier; Win. Synnott, asst.-cashier; C. S. Smith, F. Ca-
■■ ruthers, E. DeBarr, Jas. D. Maguire, J. M. Curtice.
''Ins bank is always prepared to meet the legitimate
business needs of its patrons, and solicits your business < I
on in,■ i it. Courteous treatment and careful attention to ::
business matters combined with a conservative business
policy assure security and satisfaction.
A Local Bank For Local People
Why not patronize the best. Ruek-
ers Farmers Store.
H. G. Greenman, manager of the
New York Tailoring Co., has leased
the building which is now occupied
by Smith's Bookstore, and will move
into it on August 1st. It will sure be
an ideal location for the enterpris'
Mr. and Mrs. John Hardie left
Wednesday morning for a two months
trip to Des Moines la., St. Paul, and
Winnipeg, Canada Prom their they
go to Victoria and Seattle thence to
Portland, where they will visit their
two daughters. They will return by
Los Angeles and the southern route.
Colby University of Watersville,
Maine, has contered the degree of
doctor of laws upon Dr. Stratton D.
Brooks of Oklahoma University. Dr.
Brooks is one of the country's ablest
educators, and his election as head
of the state university was a mark-
ed event in the history or education
in this state.
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Prepare for Warm
We still have a large and
complete line of Quick
Meal Gasoline Stoves
and ihe best line of Re-
frigerators at the lowest
Prices. Call aud see us.
Dr. R. H. Pendleton and family
aud Mrs. S. T. Burcb left Monday
night for the Kiamichi mountains
for a two week's recration.
Boys, we have the finest line of
men's summer clothing. Ruckers.
Mrs. Pauline Shackelford and
grand children, Herbert and Mary
Pritchett left Tuesday for,Plain-
view, Texas for a visit with Marshall
Phelps and family and J. T. Phelps.
Don't let holes in your children's
stockings worry you—let them wear
cadets and there wont be any. 25c
F .Pledger, while cutting a twig
from a tree at the city park Thurs
day, the knife slipped sticking in the
Iteshy part of the arm which has
caused him severe pain.
Closing out prices on low cut shoe-;
V\ hat Makes A Woman?
One hundred and twenty pounds,
more or less, of bone and mucles don't
make a woman, its a good found-
ation. Put into it health and
strength and she may rule a kingdom.
But that's just what Electric Bitters
gave her. Thousands bless them for
overcoming fainting and dizzy spells
and for dispelling weakness, nervous-
ness, backache and tired, listless
worn out feeling. "Electric Bitters
have done me a world of good,"
writes Elizr Pool, Depew, Okla., "and
I 'hank you, with all my heart, f„r
making such a good medicine," Only
50c. Guaranteed by all Druggists.
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Man and team to handle fruit. For
information call at the Enterprise
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Cleveland County Enterprise
The Official City Newspaper
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Vote for Augusta E. [vey, of Stil-
well, for Congressman at Large; he is
h pioneer, a friend to the plain peo-
ple, and a Democrat of the prog-es-
sive kind. "Gus" I vey stands for
union labor, irrigation, tariff reduc-
tion, home printing, aud progress!■'
democracy—which cover* the whole
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Fox, J. O. Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1912, newspaper, July 11, 1912; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc108355/m1/5/: accessed February 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.