Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 31, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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I he Enterprise
The Official Clt> Paper
Official County Paper
Published at Norman, Okia on Thurs-
day of each week.
FOX & HUGHES
J. 0. FOX
tion which would cost the United
States millions of dollars and
thousands of her sturdy sous. their
plans were given a severe blow by
Rep. Alfalfa Bill Murray and Sen-
ator Fall of NewMejuco. who have
fathered resolutions in Congress
Editor and Manager
id ifuuleer calling upon the President to step
over the Rio Grande Rep. Mur-
ray's resolution was introduced on
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
One Tear ...........$1.00.
Six Months .7S the same day a.- that < t ."senator
Thr« Months ■ ■+" Kail, who it will he remembered
, „ , filif.ustered against the general
Entered as ■ icd c!a^ matK-r October .111
12. 1910, at the Post Office at .Norman. Indian appropriation bill whirl)
Okla., under the Al t of March 3, 1S79. contained the clause nulling the
McMurray contracts. Both reso-
lutions were identical in character,
although the resolution of Murraj
was feared more in administration
circles because of its bitter denun-
ciation of Huerta and the Mexican
people at large.
Postmaster Ceneral Burleson has
Thursday, July 31. 1913
Colorado Spriags. Denver.
Pueblo, Trinidad |
And Yarion- Other Points.
Ticktes on sale daily June
1 to .Sept, 30.
Return limit Oct. 31 1913
J. J. Baker,
i i i i H ■ ■ 11 i i t i'
WASHINGTON NEWS LETTER
By Oliver O. Kuhn
Washington. July 2*.—Homer
J. Boardman. I'nited States At-
torney for the Western district of notified Representative Carter that
Oklahoma, is slated for ouster with- the examination- of fourth cla*-
in the next few weeks, at the hands post master- and applicants tor the
of Attorney Ueueral McReynolds job in the state of Oklahoma will
John Fain, of Lawton.it is de-(probably begin about November
clared in Wa. hiiigton will be named 15th. Only eight -mte> will have
to take Boardmati's place. been examined before Oklahoma
Democrats of Oklahoma have The hastening of the work in Ok-
been gunningforBoardman- scalp lahoma is largely due to Mr Cart-
ever since the inauguration of Presi- er - request which wa- followed
dent Wilson. Boardman's letter closely by that of Representative
to election officials in certain Thompson.
counties of Western Oklahoma pre-
vious to the last election in which some Bride.
he is alleged to have threatened The bride is a woman of won-
them with prosecution in the case dmus fascination and rei: urka e
they did not permit negroe.- to vote, attractiveness for. with manner a-
is the basis of the attack on him. enchanting as the wand • : a siren
and a disposition a- sweet a- the
One of the most active members odor of flowers, and spirit- as joy-
of the banking and currency Com- ";l> as the ;ir .inj- of lirds and
mittee of the House, which body is mind as brilliant as *: sc glittering
now framing the proposed currency tres>e« that ad< >rn the • w of win-
reform legislation is Representative ter. and wi*h heart as pure as lew
Claude Weaver. Mr Weaver is drops trembling in a .-or.net of vi-
not holding hack on a.-eount f his olet-. she wi;, make the hoi; - of
short serv.'-e in the House. !-ut ..- her h >' .in-: a para-:.— >f ei. La: '-
clear up to his ne k in entreat y ment. like the . veiy h.me of girl-
problems confronting the country hood, where the heaven-toned harp
and several features of the new "f marriage. withi'scL r :- : love
measure will be his. He ha> been and devotion and fond endearments. ,
f good as the best
felicity that evey thrilled the sen— f
•> ' - • - - • +• '
static rapture.—Chare "esville.Ky . J
Comedy Sketch—' 'Jack or Bill ?'
Misses Anderson and Broach.
Vocal Solo—Miss Flov Elliott
There is more Catarrh in this
section of the country than all other
diseases put together, and until the
last few years was supposed to be
incurable. For a great many years
doctors pronounced it a local dis-
ease and prescribed local remedie-
Prose Cutting—Miss Annie Mae and b> constantly tailing to en re
Broach with local treatment pronounced
. ,, , „ , t. , 11 incurable Science has proven
o Raymond ttil- Catarrh to be a constltutlonal dis.
bams ease, and therefore requires con-
(•roup of Comic Monologues— j stitutional treatment. Hull's Ca-
Miss E. Marie Anderson. tarrh ( lire, manufactured by F. «l.
P\rt II j Cheney, & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is
O .. ., . , the only constitutional cure on the
Scene fr .m Pygmalion nndOala- IIiarkef. It taken internally in
tea—Misses Anderson and Broach, doses from 1(1 drops to a teaspoon-
Violin Solo—Mazurka by Ovidejful. It acts directly on the blood
Musim—Miss Merle Newbv. aml mucous surfaces of the system
Dr C. S. BOBO
phhsician and sihgko.n
Office fcouri a to 12 a m
'2 to o p. m
Office Phone 66, Residenoa 69
Dr. C. V. KIESER, Dentist
First National Bank Building
Dramatic Reading—Miss E.
Group of Humorous Selections—
Miss Annie Mae Broach.
Vocal Solo—Mr. Schmidt
Tableau—"Oklahoma 1915" —
Misses Roby. Broach and Ander-
Benefit Recital to be put on by
Miss Marie Anderson and Miss
Annie Mae Broach July 31st for
the "1915" Oklahoma—Panama
fund. Tickets 25c and 35c for sale
at I'ni confectionary and Mrs.
E. D. Anderson's Millinery Store.
They offer one hundred dollars for
any case it fails to cure. Send for
circulars add testimonals.
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills
W. L. Eagleton
Office over First National Bank
First Christian Church
Bible school Sunday morning at
10 o'clock. «
Preaching services by Rev. J. D.
Fairchild Sunday morning at 11
and evening at 7:30. All are cor-
dially invited to attend.
N. E. SHARP
Special attention given to Probate
matters. Office over Rucker's.
Phone 221. . Norman, Okia
j To get your Plumb-
+ ing, Steam Heating,
+ Gun Smithing, Gen-
eral Repairing of all
Kinds, all our work
guaranteed to be as
Kid Your Children of Worms
You can ehange fretful ill-temp
ered children into healthey, happy
youngsters, by lidding them of
worms. Tossing, rolling, grind-
ing of teeth, crying out while j •' ■ H. Polanco
asleep, accompanied with intense -• writes:
For Cuts, Burns and Bruises
lii even home there should be a
box of BucklenV Arnica Salve,
ready to apply in every case of
burns, cuts and wounds or scalds.
Delvalle, Tex., R.
Bring your Leg-al antl Ab.-tract
Business to me
S. M. BYERS
Office opposite Post Office
thirst, pains in the stomach and Salve^saved my little girl'se,ut foot.
bowels, feverishness and bad breath -Ns" one believed it could be cured."
are symptoms that indicate worms. The world's best salve. Only 25c.
Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleasant Recommended by Fred Reed's Pal- of being an agnostii
candy lozenge, expels the worms, we Drug Store. religions hoiiuf* ;
regulates the bowels, restores your
children to health and happiness.
Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of Elgin. 111.,
says: "I have used Kickapoo Worm
A fine 9 room modern residence,
Killer for years, and entirely rid fitted up new and modern, with
my children of worms. I would good out buildings, shade and lawn
in West Norman on line between
depot and University. See
not be without it." Guaranteed.
All druggists, or by mail. Price
-5c. Kickapoo Indian Medicine
Co.. Philadelphia and St Louis.
spending the greater par!
time in recent weeks in the Com-
mittee room where the rough edge-
are being taken off of the Demo-
cratic curren- v bill
An Experiment In Bees
"A man was telling me the other
: day." said the the sad-faced citizen
to Tom McNeal, "that this is a
-plendid year to go into t he bee
business. It may be for some, but.
Office E. Main St.
Surprising Cure of Stomach
Four Oklahoma Democrat- soon
are ro 1* pla>-*d in tiarge of the
government iand fh c- in the -tatr
and it has beeu practically decided
who these shall >>e. Joe Terrell of taking of food and drink not
Causes of Stomach Troubles
r^edentary habit, .a-k..: • .utd<•• r
exercise. insufficient ma-«tCation of
food, constipation, a t >rpid liver
worry and anxiety, overeating, par-
I H. P. Daniels
f The East Main St. Machln'sl
ed to your age and occupation.
Correct your habit and take Cham-
berlain's Stumacb hi: 1
lets and you will s*K n 1*
For sale b\ all dealer*
Hobart s -.atod t- r the re- eiver-
ship of the office a! Woodard *ud
J. Y. Callahan of Enid will be
register for this .ffii-e -I.(
Hendricks is t-xpe red to 'c made
register of the Guthrie office and
Wm. tighlu ian fit Oklahoma City.
former chief of police in the state
capital, will receive the appoint-
ment as receiver
It is unders!'>f>d that Senator Prof
Owen and Senator Gore at a re<-ent
conference agr^- . on thi- slate and Lnsightly Face Spots
it is confidently expected that the Are cured by Dr. Hobson s Eczema
Department o! Interior will not Ointment, which heais all skin
make any change-. eruptions. No matter how long
IS II YOUR KIDNEYS?
Don't Mistake the Cause of Your
(roubles. A Norman Citizen
Gives a Valuable Hint
When you have trouble with
your stomach or chronic constipa-
f tion. don't imagine that vour case
, so far as I am concerned, no year is beyond help just because your
is a good year for the bee business, doctor fails to give you relief. Mrs.
I tried it once and know what I am 11 Sterigele. Plainfield, N. .1.,
writer, For over a month past I
have been troubled with my stom-
,, , . , ,, ach. Everything I ate upset it
that he claimed would tell me all terribly. Oneof Chamberlain's nd-
about how to take care of them, vertising booklets came to me.
The man who wrote that book was After reading a few of the letters
talking about. A man sold me
a dozen stands of bees and a book
Doubly An Agnostic
Professor Haley had been much
annoyed b\ the persistency with
which a young man. who boasted
class. One day lie was giving his
class a brisk oral examination.
The young man. always ready to
argue, was having a hard time
with the direct, pointed questions
which Professor Haley shot at him.
"I believe," remarked the pro-
fessor. after a bit. with his usual
lisp, "that you are an agnothtic in
"Yes, sir," answered the young
man promptly1, scenting an oppor-
tunity to escape the grilling to
which he was being subjected.
"I can athure you." said the
professor, setting down a zero in
his grade book, "that you are an
agnothtic in hithtory ath well " —
a gol-darn^d liar He carried the
impression that the bet- i> naturally
a bird of an affectionate and con-
from people who had been cured
by ( hamberlaiu's Stomach and Liv-
er Tablet-. 1 decided to try them.
I have taken nearly throe fourths
Nine room house i
furnishedorunfurnised, large shady
lawn, barns, garden etc. east front
3 doors from university .-ampus —
has just introdu
the House, which if passed will
cause the government to grant de-
layed justice to 'he property holders
in the old town of sulphur. Okia..
who it is declared lost heavily when
the government -eized their hold-
ings in 19M4 when the Platte na-
tional park *a- reated.
At this time the resident* of old
Sulphur were forced to move with-
out the boundaric- of the park re-
servation. and the appraisers fixed
the value of their property far be-
low what it as actually worth.
Rep. Weaver's bill would permit
all those -uffering losses to make
proof of the value of their property
been troubled by itching.
„ ah skin humors, just rested Doan's
Claude W eav'er put a little of that soothing anti-
ed his first bill in septic, Dr Hobson'8 Eczema Oint-
ment, on the sores and the suffer-
ing stops instantly. Healing be-
gins that very minute. Doctors
use it in their practice and recom-
mend it. Mr. Alleman, of Little-
town. Pa., says-. "Had eczema on
forehead: Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment cured it in two weeks."
Guaranteed to relieve or money re-
funded. All druggists, or by mail.
Price 50c pfeiffer Ctffemical Co.,
Philadelphia and St Louis.
familiar with its owner, it will
Main people never suspect their nest|e up to him and sit in his lap
kidneys. If suffering from a lame, i ,
weak or aching back they think and pUrr llke a ,arae kltte" He
that it is only a muscular weakness: sa'(/ the way to go about getting
when urinary trouble sets in they ; the confidence of the bee was to
think it will <oon correct itself, work and handle her gently when-
Arid so it is with all the other ever opportunity offered. I tried
svmptoms otkidnevdisorders. That < , .
is where danger often lies. You!t0 follow ont h|s >«ractions. and
should realize that these troubles aKain I remark that he is an intern-
often lead to dropsy or Bright's j al liar. A bee will come and sit on
disease. An effective remedy for I you. all right, but it isn't because
weak or diseased kidneys is Doan's ghe has any notion of being kind
Kidney rills. Head the experience , v
of a resident of Norman who has ; a , a^e,-'ti|3nate.
"At different times that summer
Mrs. W. F. Locke, E. Sym- there were over four hundred that
mes. St . Norman, Okia.. -ays: came up and sat on me. and I al-
one ot the t.'inily was suffering ; ways got right up and went awav
from kidney • ' and pains If that jg th
through the 1- k • used Doan
tiding nature, and that, when once of a package of them and can now
eat almost everything I want." For
sale bv all dealers,
If you are in need of a type
writer, call at the Enterprise. W't
have them for sale.
Subscribe for the Enterprise
Earl Minteer made a business
trip to Chickasha Thursday .
Lots near l niversit> for sale on
monthly payments by W.
W F. Ketdlie presented us with
a 1'5 pound water melon Saturday-
It was certainly tine.
Lead and oil at right prices at
Kidney Pill-. ireu • Mayfield's
Drug Store, ai ■! they made him
strong and w> I.
The King of All Laxatives
For constipation. heada<'hes, in-
digestion and dyspepsia, use Dr.
King - New Life Pills Paul Mal-
hnlka. af Buffalo, N. V. says that
they are the ' King of all laxatives.
They are a blcs.-ing to all my family
take n' •
•i !■ alers. Price 50
N • ' rn Co., Buffalo,
a is for the I'nited
• et a box and get well.
Recommended by Fred
ace Drui; Store
at the time of the aquistion of the and I always keep a box at home
paik, in the Court of Claims and it
is thought that the government will
be forced to pay thousands of dol-
lars more than it actually did. tothe
„«■ . i i . wall paper at Mayfield s
citizens affected by the property
The Best Medicine in the Y\orld
"My little girl had bloody dy-
sentary very bad. I thought she
would die. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera ami Diarhoea Remedy cur-
er to handle the Mexi in situation ed her and 1 can truthfully say that
with great diplomacy owing to the I tWok '' the best medicine in
. .. . , , the world. writes Mrs. William
grave issues involved and the 0fvl> riare Michigan, for *ale by
danger of forced armed interven- )4n dealer.-.
Although I're>ident Wilson and
Secretary of State Bryan have Ik cii
doing everything within their pou
way a bee has of
showing its affections, I don't
want any of its friendship in mine.
Before the summer was over, I got
so full of bee poison that it didn't
make any particular difference
where a bee stung me. I would be-
gin to swell up all over. Both eyes
were shut most of the time. It got
so after a while that, when one of
~ those bees saw me coming, it would
For Sa e , drop-its work and com'e over and
interested in secur- ^ting me. When a swarm came
tract of land adjoining 0Uf 0f the hive, I never was able to
unimproved persuade the bees to locate in an-
other of my hives.
They would gooff into the woods
and locate in a hollow tree. Then
a bee moth or something got among
my old bees and killed all of them.
So at the end of the second y ear 1
was out the hundred dollars I had
paid for the l«*es in the first place
and had a record of having been
stung seven hundred and fifteen
times and didn't get a pound of
honey "—Kansas City .Journal.
It you nre
ing a -
Norman, improved or
we have it to offer y ou at
John S. Ai.i.an,
i Hlice over Broken Dollar Store.
A Good Investment
W. D. Magli. a well known mer-
chant ot Whitemound. Wis. bought
a stock of Chamberlain's medicine
>o as to be able to supplv them to
his customers. After receiving them
he was himself taken sick ami says
that one small bottle of Chamber-
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy was worth more to him
than the cost of the entire stock of
these medicines. For sale by all
Tom Striekel, of
was a business visitor
Plenty of Good Ice Water
All The Time
WE WILL APPRECIATE
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