Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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Cleveland County Enterprise
Published in Norman, Oklahoma m ot
, 0 poX Kditor and Manager
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
Six Mo tlis
and no legislative body can give such service with a
goodly portion of its membership spending a tnajorty
I of their time in the guilded palaces of vice in the cap-
Hal city during the sessions of the legislature. The
1 ,aWB 0f the state are the bulwarks of its citizenship,
the officers both of state and county very largely uiin-
ist?ring agents carrying into effect the intention of the
4, no j The fountain source of economical state govern-
ment is the legislative assembly of the state, vigilant
40 state and county officials can by reason of latitude
that must be given to them by laws, assist very ma-
The following announcements
are subject to the action of the
voters at the primary, August 4.
For District .ludge, 14th District
F. B. SWANK.
r~ t-. him 1 teriallv in lessening government expenses and for this
Entered as second class matter October 1-, • . ; -t a)s0 bej100ve8 the taxpayers to see well to it,
t the Post Office at Norman, Okla.. under Act 01 . • , . con-ants nf t.hi
March 3, 1ST;).
irjwwH, •• — . ,
that they elect men to be ministering servants ot the
law in state and counties who hold a proper regard
I for economy in the expenditure of public monies.
importance of legislature to state Honoring men with an office, simply because they
lu the nominating primaries and the election this j want or may need it is a very poor business policy for
win the voters to pursue in selecting public officials. Char
acter, qualification and the integrity of men should
tall of state and county officers the taxpayers
he on the job every minite of the time in Oklahoma.
In the last campaign the national election overshadow-
ed the state an<(, county elections and 111 a measure
enabled some unworthy men to slip into state and
county offices: but with no national election pending,
no post office*and federal patronage to handle by men
t4 be elected, the state and counties are likely to se-
cure the service of men better and more carefully se-
lected by the taxpayers.
In the matter of reducing state and county ex-
penses the state legislative assembly will be the most
potent factoV, and iu the matter of selecting legislative
candidates the taxpayers must exercise their very best
judgment. While the taxpayers in this state elect
men to the legislative assembly who spend their tune
while in the Capital supposed to be making laws, ait
who are actually frequenting such resorts, as was un-
earthed bv a police raid, in one of the leading hotels
in the Capital city, during the legislative session last
spring, they need not expect to secure wholesome laws
to govern the state.
It is, perhaps, not generally known by the tax-
payers of the state that during the legislative session
la<t spring a luxurious gambling house was maintain-
ed in one of the leading hotels, where wines and liqu-
ors were served free and where liveried servants were
furnished to do the bidding of the guests, and into
this gambling den members of tW legislature, lobby-
ists, politicans and visitors in search of deversion
found their way
It is said that only a select patronage was admit-
ted to this room of easy chairs and luxurious couches
and that the games were usually forhiph stakes. 1 he
house winnings were reported to be large, unusually
so and in destroying the paraphernalia of this den
the diseoverv wa- made that same was loaded with
copper wire and magnets. The luxurious surround-
ings and free liquor was all arranged for by the pro
prietor you see. ,
Moral: Be careful and make sure that you do
who would likely
K F. AMR1EN
For Court Clerk
Teacher's Association To Meet at
The second semi-annual meeting
of the Cleveland County Teachers
Association will be held in Lexing-
ton on March 13 atld 14. Except-
! ionally good material has been se-
cured and the meeting promises to
! be one of the best ever held
j in Cleveland County. Programs
' and announcements are being print-
ed and will be mailed to all the
I teachers and many patrons over the
I county. The sessions will probably
I be held in the Baptist church.
For Commissioner, 1st District
S. H. VAUGHAN
For Commissioner, 2nd District
S. A. WARD
never be sacrificed for the want and need of men in
making selection of public officials. It is frequently For Commisioner, 3rd District
sacrificed but in nearly every instance proves to be a
mistake and an expensive one to the public service.
JOHN A. FOX
The Williams forces are evidently getting badly-
scared up from the dope they are sending out to th
people through the papers. They are devoting con-
siderable space to show why Judge Robertson was not
nominated for Congressman-at-large, hoping to show
in some way that that fact would be against him at
Of course it may be true that
charity covers a multitude of sins,
but curiosity uncovers more.
Best Family Laxative
Beware of constipation. Use Dr. King's
New Life Pills and keep well. Mrs.
Chas E Smith, of West Franklin, Me.,
■nils them "Our family laxative." Noth-
tl> LllUL Hint A —
They do not tell the voters that just about ing better for adults or apod.
V. , 0,at Vib would he to-day. 25c. All druggist 1
q candidate for Congressman-at-Large,
wife, who had been in poor health for a long while,
became much worse aud the doctor advised an immed-
iate chauge of climate, and that Judge Robertson was
taken completely out of the campaign. And, notwith-
standing the fact, the people came very near nominat-
ing him anyway aud if they had known where he was
and why he was in another state with a sick and suf-
fering wife, they would have nominated and elected ,
Now, boys, we cant see why you are scared
Have reason to be. You can easily ?ee Judge Robert-
son gaining strength every day. You can see the great
throngs of farmers and laboring men flocking to his
support. It is high time for you to get scared. Judge
Robertson has the confidence and respect of the people
and the people are going to make him Governor at the
uext election, notwithstanding this unfair campaign-
ing which you are resorting to. The people admire
the man for his tender devotion to his w ife, in pretet
enee to position of any kind. If Judge Robertson had
have had a fair chance in that campaign lie would at
this time be a member of Congress from Oklahoma.
But let us give you fair warning, boys, he will be your
next Governor "—The County Democrat, Tecumseh.
Moreover, when money talks it
Another thing we like about
September Morn is that she looks
more modest without any clothes
than some girls do with a few.
Spring Blood «r d System Cleanser
During the winter months impurities
accumulate, your blood becomes impure
and thick, your kidneys, liver and bowels
fail to work, causing so-called "Spring
fever." You feel tired, week and lazy.
Electric Bitters-the spring tonic and
system cleanser —is what you need; the}
stimulate the kidneys, liver and bowels
to healthy action, expel blood impurities
and restore your health, strength and
ambition. Electric Bitters makes you
feel like new. Start a four weeks' treat-
ment—it will put you in fine shape for
your spring work. Guaranteed. All drug-
gists, 50c and $1.00. H. E. Bucklen &
Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis.
not elect men to make laws for vou
to patentee ««.■!' « In his teom.nenJation to eoaina that the 2..v-
not suffer a«eh a deu e.ist m the .apt ttleg„ph and telephone systems,
,h. legislative „„, bl.,s , .e.. n W J-KW. ^ ,avs that with the pros
officer, also nt.k,. r«JtW ^ ^ org,„iz.„„D. .-an 1.
see to it hat !avv niaWulL, bodv from such done cheaper than by private corporations. The trusts
ed 111 a way to protect the law mak u . ^ (Jenv the lo(,ic of that statement without recant-
"" T,""p p™."re entitle the I.e., service possible' in* their doetrine of the economic efficiency of aggrc
,„t their representatives in the legi.latureto give then, gated b.siues.-Bry.u ,l.,.„on„.
GET 10 THE CAUSE
Norman People Are teaming
There is but little peace or
fort for the man or woman with a
bad back. The distress begins in
the earl y morning—keeps up
throughout the day. It s hard to
get out of bed, it's torture to stoop
or straighten Plasters and lini-
ments may relieve, but cannot cure
if the cause is inside—the kidneys.
When suffering so, use Doati s
Kidne\ Pills, the tested proven kid-
ney remedy, used in kidney troubl-
es "for over -H) years. Doan s Kid-
ney Bills are recommended by-
thousands for just such -ases
Proof of their effectiveness in the
testimotn ..f this Norman resident:
Mrs. W F. Locke. 230 K. Sym-
nies St . Norman. Okla.. says:
"One of the family suffered from
kidnev weakne>-at"l pains through
the back. He used Doan s Kidney
Pills, procured at Mayfield" s Drug
Store and the> made him strong
Price AOc at all dealers. Don't
>iniplv ask for a kidne> remedy—
get l)oan > Kidney Pills—the same
"hat Mrs. Loi-ke recommends. Fost-
er Milburn Co . Props.. Buffalo.
When one has lost h>s joh because
■ if far too many drinks.
He either blames it on his or
else upon his jinx.
The Forty Year Text
Vn article must have exceptional merit
to survive a I*rioJ of fortv -vear>
Chamberlain - t'ougti Kemedy was tir-t
tiered to the public in 1872. From a
small befinning it has grown in freer sad
populsritT until it has attained a world
lide reputnt on. Vou will find nothing
better for a cough or cold. Try it and
vou will understand why it is a favonf
a period of mor than forty yean..
It not only gives relief-it cur**. to.
sale by all druggists.
To Boys and Girls of Cle%eland
Plans and instructions relative to
otn- ! Club work for 101s are now ready.
We want from 50 to '200 bright ■
boys and girls from 10 to 18 years
of age to become members. Corn,
Kafir. Cotton and Pig Clubs will be
formed. Members of Corn and
Kafir Clubs are expected to care for
one acre. Cotton Clubs two acres.
Members of Pig Clubs must belong
to one of the other Clubs also.
The necessary blauksand instruc-
tions will l>e >etit on request made
.1 as Lawrence
Wl E. Third St.
Klckapoo Worm Killer Expels
The cause of your child's ills—The foul
fetid, offensive breath—The starting up
wilh terror and grinding of teeth while
asleep —The sallow complexion—The dark
circles under the eyes—Are all indica-
tions of worms. Kiokapoo Worm Killer
is what your child needs: it expels the
worms, the cause of the child s unhea.thv
condition. For removal of seat, stomach
and pin worms. Kickapoo Vi orm Killer
gives sure relief. Its laxative effect adds
tone to the general system. Supplied a-
a candy confection—children like it.
Safe and sure relief. Guaranteed Buy
a box today. Price 2 -. All druggists or
by mail. Kickapoo Indian Med. Co.
Philadelphia or St. 1. . -
Chronic Stomach Trouble Cured
There is nothin; more discouraging
than • hronie disorder o! th*- stomach
1- it not surprising that many -iffer for
years with such ailment when a perma-
nent cure ts within their nrach and may
be had for atnfle' "About on*-year ago''
■ays P H. Beck, of W.,ke!*e. Mich 1
bought a package of Chamber.ain's Tab-
let*. and since using them I have felt
perfectly well. I h.>d previously used any
number of different madieme-, bat none
of them were of any lasting benefit
For by all dniggwt*-
A millionaire has chaneei
this old world with joy-
Suppose he bought an agate
each worthy little boy!
The Mother's Favorite
A cough medi'-in* for children ahon.d
be "harmless. It should be pleasant to
take. It should be effectual. Chamber-
lain- Cough Kemady i- all f this and .«
the mother's favorite everywhere, ior
•ale by all druggist*
To Trade for Norman Property
An 80-aore farm, 2 room house,
tine well, fair barn a«*res in culti-
vation, 40 acre* goo<l tillable land
40 acres g<x*l pasture. All fenced
and cross tVn«*eti o acre> under
bog-wire fence Iu I leveland coun-
See Jno S. AiJiAN
Eaay To Darken Gra> Hair
CLIP THIS NOTICE—IT'S WOKTH 5< c
When your hair turn* gray. white, lad-
ed. brittle, falling out. itching - -alp or
dandruff, try the following: On retiring
rub Q-Bsn like a shampoo on hair and
scalp The gray disappears and another
application or two of l^-Ban the hair is
bea .tifully darkened and restored to orig-
inal color. It also become* fluff) glossy
and luxuriant with real hair health.
l^-Ban *v>p- t- oing and dandruff, and
fai'.ing bsir and promotes it- growth,
y.fcsa i not sticky or me—y. and c .anot
injure or 'r the hair or aealp. l*e.,ght
ful to u*e and sure to darken gray hair
*o evenly atd natorylly no one can tell.
5i> for a big 7 n. bottle by paree. i-oat
or ret irtt th> not. e and #1.'" and we
we will deliver vera three bntt.-- If not
satisfied by its we will giv^ yuj
*1.50. Addren He* ig-Elli* Co.
Fr tt street, Tsnt
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
An 80-acre farm, 60-aeres in cultivation, 20-acres timb-
er 70-acres fine black sandy alfalfa botttom land Cheap
house and sheds. Price $27.50 per acre, Mtg. $650.
\n 80-acre creek valley farm, 45-acres in cultivation
rest in timber pasture. All under good fence, a room house
shed barn. Price $22.50 per acre Mtg. $300.
V 280-farm. 210 acres in cultivation, 70-acres pasture.
Tillable" land of fine quality suitable for corn, cotton and
alftilfa. Improvements fair, near a good market. I rice
$35 per acre.
A well improved 160-acre farm near Norman, practi-
cally all tillable, 110 acres in cultivation, a0 acres pasture.
Price $75.00 per acre.
A 200-acre farm, good improvements, 135 acres line
' black sandy loam in cultivation, rest in pasture, near ship-
ping point'. Price $6500, mtg. $2500.
\ 160-acre farm, all bottom alfalfa land, all under
cultivation, 11 acres hog alfalfa pasture, 3 room house,
shed barn and cribs, 1 mile from a city with tine schools.
Price $57.50 per acre.
6 room house. 3 lots, close in. Price $1050.
s room house modern, shade, fruit trees, cellar and
wash house, close in. Price $2500.
4- choice corner lots, close in. Price ir- i".
Lot 100x137i net'.r L'ni. Campus, very choice location.
Price $1250. Terms if desired.
Lot 82ix275 two fine residence sites, west side. Price
$1500. QO . 0
Fine 6-rooni residence on Boulevard east tront . - 1--
\200. Price $3,750.
7 room modern residence 4 lots close in, very desirable.
50-foot east front Asp avenue. Price 12j0.
Exchan.se tor Land Good Live Stock ok Merchandise
4 corner lots. 5 room house, city water, good cave barn
18x42, all chicken wire fence, concrete posts, - blocks ot
high school. Price $900.
4 lots, 4 room house, city water fine lawn all under
chicken fence, small barn, near High school. Price *800.
Other good farm and city property listed at right prices.
JOHN S. ALLAN
Office Over Broken Dollar Store Phone 3 or 410 3r
Dr. 0. S. BOBO
PHHSICIAN AND SL'RGEON
Office hours 9 to 12 a- m
2 to 5 p. m.
Office Phone 66, lUsideDce 69-
W. L. Eagleton
Office over First Natioual Bank
N. E. SHARP
Special attention given to Probate
matters. Office over Rucker'A
Phone 221. Norman, Okia.
THOS. J. WELLS
PH t SICI4N and SURGEON
Office in First National Bank
Residence phone 539
229 W. Svmmes St. Norman, Okla.
6 Per Cent Loan* 6 Per Cent
Obtainable to bnv, build or improve
farm, ranch and eity property or remove
incumbrance therefrom; Special Privileg-
es and Reasonable Terms. For proposi-
tion, address: Finance Dept., 1527 Bush
Bids;., Dallas, Texas.
Notice To Teachers
Great demand for Commercial
teachers; twelve months employ-
ment ; good salaries; no examina-
tion . Take a special teacher's course
during vacation—special rates—rail
road fare paid; enter any time.
Brown's Business College,
Stubborn, Annoying Coughs Cured
"My husband had a cough for fifteen
years and my son for eight years. Dr.
I King's New Discovery completely cured
them, for which 1 am most thankful,
writes Mrs. David Moor, of Saginaw, Ala.
What Dr. King's New Discovery did for
these men. it will do for you. Dr. King s
New Discovery should be in every home.
Stops haeking coughs, relieves la grippe
and all throat and lung ailments. Money
back if it fails. All druggiBts. Price 50c
and $1.00. H. E. Bucklen 4; Co., Phila-
delphia or St. Louis.
Read the ads in the Enterprise
and patronize the advertisers for
they are the people that want your
Foreonstipation, Chamberlain's Tablets
are excellent. Easy to take, mild and
gentle in effect. Give them a trial. Vor
sale by all druggists.
Wir.ter goods passing out to satisfied customers
at cut prices, and Spri ig goods coming in.
You should see the new 5 and 10c and other
attractive departments and new arrangment of the
most progressive store in Norman, where quality is
high and prices low.
BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY
Male Stenographers and I ypewrlt<
ers In Demand
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that while
it has no difficulty in securing suf-
ficient female stenographers and
typewriters to meet the needs of
the departments at Washington,
the supply of male eligibles has
not been equal to the demand.
Young men who are least 18 years
of age and who are willing to ac-
cept the usual entrance salaries,
which are $840 and a year,
have excellent opportunities for ap-
pointment. While the entrance
salaries are low, advancement is
reasonably rapid to those meriting
it. The examinations, which any
competent stenographer should be
able to pass, are held each month
in the year, except December, at
the principal cities of the United
Full information in regard to the
examination may be secured by ad-
dressing the United States Civil
Service Commission, Washington,
D. C., or the District Secretary,
Post Office, Boston, Mass , Phila-
delphia, Pa., Atlanta, tia., Cincin-
nati, Ohio, Chicago, III,, St. Paul,
Minn., Seattle, Wash., Sail Kran-
cisoo, Cal.: Customhouse, New-
York, N. Y., New Orleuns, La.;
or Old Customhouse, St. Louis,
Barred Rock Eggs
A fine flock of carefully selected
and well mated Barred Rocks—no
better all purpose fowl. Carefully
selected egg-, per setting of l."> eggs
50 cent-. Delivered any where in
Norman. Leave orders nt Kilter
prise officeor phone No, oi 41U 3-1.
Jno. S. Allan
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Fox, J. O. Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1914, newspaper, March 5, 1914; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc108441/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.