Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 18, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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Cleveland County Enterprise
PubUshidTtN^iu"''. Oklahoma on Thursday
ot' each week.
j o. FOX
iKKMS t.'F SUBSCRIPTION
at the Post < Mlii'
March 3, 1H7*
,n 18% are uunibotv.l mnong the most- wholesome l*r
of the nation today. aud many uiore are just waiting
OU the threshold for the door to open to let then,_iu.
There might be such a thing as too much iutiation ot
the currency; but this generation has not suffered
j from inflation but has suffered from contraction
Editor and Manager OIK. knows that with plenty of money in cireulu
— 1 tion good «od prosperous times prevail: but when
monev in circulation is scarce times are bard and the
$1.00 | op|e ^uiYer. The peoples suffering is the financiers
,li,vs of prosperity, and for the past 50 years it 1ms
been almost continuous suffering on the part of the
masses ot the people of the nation From u land
owning class tree of mortgage indebtedness, the mas
scs of the people have steadily marched toward tin
goal of tent ant r> and and interest paying class set
don,—during the past 50 years. The interest bunl.ni
IMU1,t be lifted off of the back of productive industry
i„ this country that has been loaded on to it by a
bond issuing method rather than by an increasing
non interest bearing currency method to meet the
constantly increasing demand and need for a greater
volume of money to handle the growing volume of
Dr 0. S. BOBO
PHHSIL'IAN AND SURGEON
Office hours 9 to 12 a m
2 to 5 p. m.
Office Phone 00, Residence 09
,.,,nd class matter October 12. IMO.
til Norman, Okln . under Act of
W. L. bagleton
Office over First National Hank
TAK.:S A mtOAUMDI A. THE CURRENCY Bin
,Jlls, week Senator Elll.u Hoot of New York
opened up his powerful batteries against the Owen-
C w., l<m. II-1- th. .1 -« ...J
shrewdest leader* in II,e 1 nil.d Stale. s,,„,l,- and.
• i li.w \inlrcw t'arnegie's endorsement as tilt
man the Republican party should make as itsstundard
bearer in 1910. The principal thing the Senator points
olt** dangerous in the currency l.ill is a banI. ,
or prolleness to an inflation of the currency ot th
conntrv to such an extent as to imperil he credit ot
this nation in foreign countries, and to hasten west-
ward act'oss the pond- American securities tor re-
demption and such would deplete the sacred <,ol«l
Reserve Fund .
It is indeed, trulv wonderful, the amount ot teat
Hn,l anxietv, some very able statesmen in this country,
feign at least, to show for the safety of this nations,
credit among the foreign nations ot the world and how
with deep veneration aud uncovered head they bow
down upon their knees to worship a. the shrine ot the
golden calf to-wit, the Gold Reserve fund. It tins
Nation had never erected such a sacred altar it would
never have had so many securitieson the eastern side
of the "pond" to threaten a westward flight: but
rather European Securities would have been held on |
this side to threaten and eastward High
and disturb the tranquility of foreign nations. The
Gold Reserve Fund of this nation as it has been man-
ipulated and juggled by financiers and politicians n.
the emplov of financiers has proven itself to he the
greatest agency in the nation, forgathering up and
concentrating this nation's wealth into the hands ot
a few and many of whose daughters take an eastward
flight across the "pond" with their inherited wealth
to buv a title and have a little profligate Duke thrown
into the bargain whose castle and position m society
stood greatly in need of American gold.
Since Congress has placed the wild fowl of the j
air under the protection of the Inerst-ite Commerce
Commission may we not. hope for the powers ot this
commission being extended bv Congress so as to pre-
vent the spending of American made fortunes rehabli-
tating the fortunes of profligate scions of European
The financiers in this country have been given a
strangle hold on the currency of the nation to contract
suited the purposes of the ey
Government control and a greater volume of
m„nev in the channels of trade is I he greatest need
and anything calculated to meet this need will not be
frightened b\ the Senator from New York decrying '•
in a senatorial! voice " A twice repudiated heresy .
IN. ti. SHARP
LAW V Eli
Special attention niven to Prolate
matters. OlJU'r over llucket --
Phone 221. Norman, OUia
THOS. J WELLS
I'll 1 SICI AN iind SUROI.ON
(HHee in First National Hank
Ucsiilem'c jihoin- -i'
12211 \V. Syinmef SI. Neinem. -
ARE CONDITIONS SATISFACTORY?
The columns of the Enterprise are open to any
one who desires to take the aflirmative ot Mieal o\e
onestion We have no sympathy for the individual
who for anv reason is unwilling to take a position on
any question of interest to the rank and tile ot tin.
'" "''This is a democratic paper and the editor is a
lifelong democrat and has voted for the democratic
nominees all his life, and frequently when to do so,
went verv much against the gram We have never
been an office seeker, never having run but once lor
office other than for membership for committee posi
lions in the party . We want it understood howevc,.
that being a candidate for any office or position would
not prevent us taking a stand for what we believe to
be right 011 all questions of interest.
We are not satisfied with conditions as they exisl
at the present time, nml we don't believe that the people
of the state of Oklahoma are satisfied. I axes are ' >
high, there are too many officers, there is too iniich
friction between the three cardinal branches ot on.
state government. Without stopping to suggest where
the trouble lies in our judgement, or to say whiiti
branch is most to blame, we say that tilings .in
wrong and there must be a change. While it-would
possiblv be a too radical position to say that no man 1
holding office should be re-elected, yet we do say that
to re-elect all our present state officials, or to change
Son, one office to another would be to
ditions as they are and to deny the relief which the
WwflXnve there .h.uld 1* lly . ne, M
of democrats for state positions. If an earnest desire
upon our part to change conditions places iu. with the
''""ZttSe'nte™.. an in t-'levelaml Iv '«hif *.IM ,m my
, p to he seriously alarmed. A
argument, in tavoi ot wai ,,tended Chamberlain's
Sentiment for peace is grow-
High Class Dental
Work at Reas-
We make a specialty "i
gold crowns, bridge work MM
Work guaranteed foi ten
years, come and get .mi prieM
and be convinced that we arc
the Dentists to do your work.
Bail road fare paid for all
work that amounts to $10.00
or over, within a radius ot
Fifteen years experience,
and quick service. 1 use only"
line gold in my work.
Dr. Geo. W. Bowling
| over State Exchange Bank.
Phone Walnut 4H:!G.
132 1-2 W. Main St.
(iklahoina ( 'ity, <ikla.
And we want you as well as
him to know that
Here is the place to buy
We have exactly what you want
AT PRICES to fit your purse.
THE PAIACE DRUG STORE
FRED REED, PROP,
A California Woman Seriously
'A short time ago I contracted
Hill 1 4-i-M-l-t I I--K
First National Bank
of Norman, Oklahoma
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS E. II. Johnson, presi-
dent; Win. Synnott, cashier; Phil G. Kidd, vice presi-
dent and asst' cashier: S. A. Ambrister, vice-president;
(J. H. Hcssent, C. S. Smith, K. Caruthers, K. DeBarr,
Jas. I). Maguire, .). M. Curtice.
and expand a- it best suited the purposes ot rne ey . J py0ple- Sentiment, for peace is grow- ™j( UeniwtvV saying she had used
ploiters of the nations wealth and we have no u ' ,v vet the I'nited States' expenditures ; j( f avs 1 bought • hottle and
lecti,,n of ever having heard the voice ot the great lug have steadilv incased. Why .' it relieved my cough the iirst nig it
New York Senator being raised m protest tornuhti . 1 1 0f armour plate, guns and all and in a week I was n& of the cold
z SiUrJFSS ZZZSZ* * - 1 <w.
masses of the American people by tin < ver 1. tou..l, with the men who make the appropriations. >H|, |,V itll druggists
power of contraction held by the American magnates jCOJlgressman know how you fee.
over the currency of the nation. It is a oominn at Wst let him know that you are strictly iif
the grip on the eurrem-v held by the financiers hat abo it, Iiwliuf,,taring all of it- own
causes the worthv senator to raise his voice in protest, tavoi ot the M'vern.
He would feign to think that if the ebb and How of war supplies.-Laboi
the currency of the nation was left to the grip of a ^ foX) tUe pnrr of the kitten or the best machine for the money .
federal reserve board, a proness to inflation or to ". „u, steaUh and ferocity of the 1
aUow a greater vlunieot currency to flowthrough the the coo, g Mended, in the
arteries of eon,men*, than would be good tor the tiger, aie , I anu'te. st
patient To b.dster up his fear he cites that the bill -lacksonian Dem l . •
a great democratic leader
This bank is always prepared to meet the legitimate
business needs of its patrons, and solicits your business
on merit. Courteous treatment and carelul attention to
business matters combined with a conserv ative business
policy assure security and satisfaction.
A Local Bank For Local People
If you are in need of 1
i writer, call on J. O. 1-ox
Enterprise. He sells the
lii) vii I.
"exhibits" the opinion of
whose financial "heresies
by the American people.
The Senator seems to
the fact that many of thed<
twice been repudiated
be wholly undniindful of
•trines he styled "heresies"
The "brains and art department" of the-lackson-
ia„ Democrat, of Oklahahnina City, is of a character
likely to disturb the tranquility of a goodly number
of democratic politicians in this state.
Children take IUi.i.vuh'-
, noVNi) Sykit willingly bi
tastes nice. There isn't
i remedy anywhere for children-
|coughs, hoarseness and broiichiii-
1 It's a good medicine and easy ti
itake. I'rice 2"i. 50c aud +I.00 pi
bottle. Sold by Pioneer Drug Store
Notice Of Publication; Mortgage
IN THK DISTltltT i'OCHT XNl> V* 'H
CMCVBIAND OOrN'TV ST.VTI OK OKI.A
C. K. Sto ter anil I.
Said deftfnilaiiU O.N Shal. - aiM I.
ShafiT.wlll takeno".-. that -- >•• I'lalniei
Kv , Sturgis. .1 "II th! -til •> : S
tn-r. mu file hir p-tltiii, u the lM tiwt
O,art in ami f"r Ci.'v. i.nnl ■ miy. Stale |
of Oklaliona ., .un-t -a..i .1. •• .en- and
that the saidC. N su.it, 1 and I. -ha
er must answi r aid pi t ' ' ""
before the S8th ,'at of .lauuar-.. l'Mi."r
Mid petition will 1,1 taken ai vne and a
judgment rendered in sai,l ... atain-i
Haiil defendants. C N Shafer ami I.i7./.ie
shafer and each of them l' r llif - on
1'JOO.O«| ut ,n H certain promtsson note exe-
cuted tiv said c N Siiaferai. I-'" • Shaf
tr on the Tth da.) "1 Janimiy. It'll with in-
teie>t thereon at the rate of per
cent trom the Tth day of 1)< emU i i/U ;
and for cost ot nit neluil.n.' IIJ0 0" at
tornevs tee with Interest tlx i e ,n fr..m |
Novemoer M, l I3 at the rate of nix 0r
ceni per annum and a turther lhihi . t,i
rendered in said action apdnst defendants
U. N. Shafer and Usde si,a:, r u-d each
of them for the for cell, ire of the . crtain
mortgage securing aid promt ory n '■
and of even dale therewith upon the lo
lowing described real .-stale lying and
situated In the County of cleveland, Stat*
ot oklahoma towit
The Southwest nuart-1 „t s., t,ou 10.11
Township S North of Bang. I West ,,f
the Indian Meridian
i.j adjudging that ilc-iaiilt i,a, been made
in said mortgage that plaintiff have .1 lit
11,-n on said premises, anil the amount t..i
whti h udgement will be taken as aforesaid
and ordering said premises to be sold wlln-
,mt appraisemeni and the pro, ,-eds applies'
to ti,.- pHyment of Ihe amount due plainlill
prin, iiial Interest and attorneys tee and
the costs ot suit and forever barring and
loreclosine said defendants and each ot
them from ll right, title estate, interest
property and equity Of redemption In or to
-aid premises, r any part the! cot
, s,.ai Clerk ol District Court
By K\ i I Wi- DfpUtV
W I. K.IL If l« ll
Att'v tor Plain'lff
4-room house turnishtnl,
i to rent, Piekard Co.
Momach Troubles Disappear
Stomach, liwr nnd kidney trouli
feu'iale61^ dis.ippeu'^when^ileefrie Sickly children need Wiim.-
Hitters are used. Thoiisantls ofCuKV Vkkmiki ..i It not „,,lv
women vvon.d not be without u bot- Ulsetroyes worms, it there be ;tu,
lie ill their home. Eliza I'ool "1 acts us a strengthening tonic, in
n , ..... ni-l-t writes: F.leetric the stomach and bowels lie-..,,
mS™ raised .rec fn.ni n I of per bottle. Sold bj Pioneer Drug
sickness and suffering and has done Store.
i,it- a world of good. I wish even
suffering woiiNiii could us.- l iiis e\- |^et\- l the ails in the I '.ntci |.r ••
eel lent remedy am hud ou., us (he advel,iw,..
,li( ii-jst how gotnl It IS. As n I ,
has helped thousands of others, it they are the people that want youi
i first NATION AL BANK of NORM/IN. OKLA
Some Real Estate Offerings
A l-u,-re trai-1 ind 1 rooni house city water, West Norman,
t |,,ts, 5 room house, barn, dose in West Norman, $1250.00.
•j ii,t~ new 1 room house, city water, electric lights close in West
A 1 1 ' acre of I -/round and :i good I loom house, city vvatci,
West. side. $1000.00
A 7 room lion
A fine new ">
A 1 room In>ii-
Norman close in
4 lot s I'm id
bungalow and I acre i ra st West Norman $3000.
Notice To Creditors
persons ti iivlng < l ;t I in ^ if .it nut
t to pr«
Wail - «!«-• rawii are requir
«amo with tlte r.. i • -s «rv vou< Im-i -, t< tut-
undersigned Administratrix at the office of
Jame> M drcham in Norman, oklahoma
within four months of tlx- date hereof, or
the same will be for ever bar led
Dated this ic-th day of necember r.'i i
marlah A. \n mia
James M (in-sham
surelv wi'l do the same for you
Every boitl.- guaranteed, iOc and
$] (Ml At all druggists. 11. H-
liuckhm iS; Co. rhiladelplna or St.
Subscribe for the Enterprise.
Wanted—A good farm, 80 or 160
acres Pay .ash if price suits
Must be a bargain. See
Jso. S. Allan
Office over Broken Dollar Store
i|ini£ days until
1 lid-acres well improved farm -'!-4
mile from a U'""1 city, in Missouri
for good farm or city income pro-
pertv in Oklahoma. See
Jso. S. Alla> . i
Norman Ok la .
Office over Broken Dollar Store
S T Ward, of near Lexington,
was a business visitor in Norman
Heartburn is a symptom of in.li
gestion. Take a tloseof lli Bi.si ill
such cases. The pain disappear-
instantly. The bowels operate sjn-cd
il\ and you fee! tine, vigorous and
cheerful. Price .',0,-' Sold by I'io
necr lini|> Store
Subscribe for the Enterprise.
erectric lit;lhs and vvatei
i $111110. Terms.
For Sale—A fine 300-acre < 'levoland county far
inents. -00-aeres in eullivation, rest in line past,art
at $.'12.5(1 per acre.
A 5-acre tract, gootl iiuproveiiieul
easy terms and at an extremely low price.
A 10-acre tract of land, fair iraproveineilf
gain price if taken soon.
A i room house 1 lot- in lint-
cash will handle
cted 2 lots West
l<',asv terms and
lose lo Norman for sale on
neur Norman, at a bin
lo ;t ioii west Norman ^12U0 $(>00
f lot- West Norman $1001) cash will handle
ill new in West Norman t'
Deep seated ■ •
ternal and inter
vou buv a ilnllai I
.ugh- thai rt-M
- require both e
ottleof Bali. \ki
.iintv foi i/ond rebiden.
lb ibihodkd Stbup you get th# two
remedies you need for the price of
one There is a Hebrick Bei
PF.PI'KK Poroi S 1'I.AMI H tor tin
chest, flee with euch bottle Sold
by PioneerDrug Store
A 'I room re idenei! fitted ii|. mod
rent or will -eli on payment plan
A tin.- 10' i en- farm U!0 an- in , ultiv ition -10 a.l.
j,a. t lie tinr farm lion -> and bam. neal Normtui, want t
I arm toi toel of mer. handise
h, trade 1G0 a> n- larm in Oklaliom
properly in Norman
) I, - Buildin it- i i-t t.out 10(1 and 140 front clotf t"
uniw i .it on an 1.1 I . WeL-n-i and Klin Street Side walks down
aud no paving la l'ri - * I ' >0 to $1000
JOHN S. ALLAN, Norman, Okla.
Otlice Over IjroUeii iJollat iStore.
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Fox, J. O. Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 18, 1913, newspaper, December 18, 1913; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc108430/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.