Cleveland County Enterprise. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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A BIC SELLER
Order by Mail
No. 762, $2.00
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
If you want to buy, sell or ex-
chiinjri'. see Susytlie. tin* Furniture
Wm. Wind anil Jay Sherman
were in the city from Lexington,
.John Hurley was down from
Stillwater, Friday and Saturday,
Mrs. A. Iv Will, of lioute I, who
has been ill for some time, is
Clarence Ambrister, of Muskogee
visited homefolks in this city Sat
unlay and Sunday.
Mrs. -I. <1. Burke visited her sis-
ter, Mrs. .1. T. Highley, in okla-
homa City, a few days lliis week.
R. C. Ridley and wife, of Okla-
homa City, spent Sunday in Nor-
man, with .1 1). Youngandfamily.
J. M. Thompson and family left
! Monday for Sidney, Iowa, where
thex expect to make their future
BORN—to Mr. and Mrs. Will
Keeble, a pretty daughter, Sunday,
i Oct. lllli. All parties are doing
.1, S. Jones, of Waco, Texas,
' was here Sunday and Monday,
' visiting his uncle, Ilugb Jones and
Everett Carpenter and wife, of
Bartlesville, were here Saturday
for a visit with relatives and
J. II. Stall, formerly of Lexing-
was here from Comanche last
Griffith entertained John Fields at Norman
club Friday after-
the S. S. S.
'lon" Saturday evening, Mr. John
Miss Ethel Oleen, of East Ivi-. republican candidate for
fanla Street, is unite ill with ton govjifmn^ was greeted b\ a good
silitis. sized crowd, the district court room
F. S. and •!. 1'. Williams, of being crowded by people who
MeComb. were Norman visitors j tinned out to hear him gi\e his
Monday. excuse for being a candidate I'or
John Ootids, of south ot Norman, go\ crnor.
is suffering from blood-poisoning: -bulge James Oreshani acted as
ill his hand. chairman and before introducing
Mrs. Rav Bern left Sunday for Fields, he introduced to the
'with friends and audience Mr. Pope, republican
candidate for Congress in this
i District, and Mr. Prentiss, candi-
' dale for Secretary of State, each
of whom made a few minutes talk
OKLAHOMA WOMAN SAVED FROM
SURGEON'S KNIFE BY HUSBAND
a two weeks visit.
Henry Holt and wife, of Keifer,
visited Mayor and Mrs. L.C. Oliver
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. 11. O. Millerf who has been
very sick at her country home
south of Norman, is improving,
Rev. Patterson, of Hie Methodist
church, leaves Norman' for Tonka-
wa to take charge of the church
Elmo Todd, of Oklahoma City,
spent the week end on Route 1, the
guest of his uncle, J. A. Oliver,
I)a 'is Brendle and family, who
have been spending the summer on
their farm in the eastern part of t he
county, moved back to their home
Miss Hazel llitt came iu Friday
from Mayesville, Mo., for uti ex-
tended visit with her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lindsay'. J
and other relatives.
Miss Nina Keiger, and friend,
Miss Hazel Mauldinjr, of Sapulpa,
visited at the home of Miss Kieger's i
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kie- |
ger, in the city Saturday and Sun- j
W. I). M.ironey, of the ten
Mrs. While Delivered Prom Ter
rible Suffering by Use of Won-
derful Stomach Remedy
Mrs. O. M. White of 41 if) North
Eighteenth street Muskogee, Okla.,
suffered with stomach trouble and
liver derangements. Her physi-
cians advised an operation. But
her husband, fearing the result,
was against it.
Mrs. White took a trial bottle of
sic with the Queen s Lnglisli 'o \|.IV1.'S Wonderful Stomach Rome-
then Judge (Jreshani put <
blandest smile and began
the main speaker of the
: a big running start in the
eli that was to follow. Judge
Jiam succeeded well in his el-
and Mi. Fields marched out
dy and found swift relief. She
"Inclosed find money order for
two bottles of Mayr's Wonderful
Stomach Remedy and one bottle of
Tonic and Regulator. The trial
bottle did me a world of good. It
WINTER TOURISTS RATES
TO THE SOUTH
On sale daily, October 1~>, 1914,
to April HO, 1!)14.
and return $15.40
and return 30.75
Corpus Christi, Texas,
and return 24,55
and return 19.70
and return 17.70
San Antonio, Texas,
and return 18.55
See me for rates to various oth-
er points in Texas, Lousiana,
Florida, Mexico and Cuba.
with his thumbs in his tiouser
poi'kets and began his talk in a very
pleasing conversational way, toss-
ing out it few bouquets to the
| right and left and expressing some j cleaned my system. Doctors did
regret that by reason ol the man- uie no good: they wanted to oper-
lii-r in which the democrats had
handled the affairs of this statu for 1
the past seven years, il seemed
Necessary for hint to become u| that one bottle did for mo."
candidate and make the sacrifice
of his time and talents in tender-
ing his services to the state as its
chief executive, for the next four
Since entering upon his campaign
one of his tirst surprises, he said
lie met, was to find out that Presi-
dent Wilson was a big factor in
the contest and that the result of
this election was to be looked upon
as an endorsement or repudiation
mile jot the Wilson Administration, lie
ate, but my husband opposed. I
cannot thank you enough tor what
Such stories of the marvelous re-
coveries of the users of Mayr's
Wonderful Stomach Remedy come
Hat, had two sows and one gilt
farrow last, week, and when "Bill"
'couuted up his increase, he discov-
ered that the sows had IS pigs
each, and the gilt 14, making a
total of o0 pigs.
Jim Stogner returned
morning from St
where he attended 11
s.vdthat Democrats and Rcpuhli
cans alike were well pleased with
II administration of President
Wilson: buthe was unwilling to
concede that the National Adininis-
jliation was in any way connected
Saturday Ivv''^1 0I' responsible for tin- State
Joe Texas I Administration,
bedside of his ''I|V lhe "bunch"
mother during her last days. She
passed away on Wednesday and the
remains were laid to rest Thursday
iu St. Joe, Texas cemetery. '
The Old Regime Club met with
Mrs. S. Bobo Thursday after-
noon. "Travel" was the subject
of the afternoon and many inter-
esting talks were made by the
I members. Mrs. Ilobo was assisted
by MissOlgain serving hoi, lunches.
J. A. Oliver and family, of
Route 1, received news Friday of
the sudden death of his neice. Miss
1 Laura'Todd, of Odin, Mo. M,ss
week, where he is developing some
L. L. Clifton and wife attended
the annual conference of the M. E.
church in Outline from Friday un
O. F. Teel spent a few days in
Woods county this week, where he
supplied the needs of the people in
tlje optical line.
Little Jack Morris, the grand-
son of Mr, and Mrs. Jeff Roberts,
is suffering from an attack of
Mrs. Austin Todd and son, of
Oklahoma City, are in Norman for
a two weeks visit with her sister,
Mrs. Will Keeble.
Fred Capshaw was here from
/Claremore Saturday, visiting rela-
tives and taking in the Oklahoma-
Missouri football game.
A. W. Laner and wife left Mon-
day for rampico, Mexico, where
Mr. Laner is employed as a geol-
ogist for a big oil company.
The Faculty of the School of Todd was a sister of Austin Todd, any political party could have han-
Fiue Arts will give a concert at the who is employed here by the Okla- 'lied tiie above proposition without
Christian Church, corner of Main lioma Railway Company. While meriting some very jusl criticism,
and Webster Streets, Friday eve- i visiting relatives here she made Mr. Fields' remedy is uo other
October 2.'i, at eight o'clock, many friends who will regret her than the Democrats have
I have saved you for the past 23
years with harness, hames, saddles
and chain harness and every thing
in the harness line at the lowest
prices. You are losing money if
you do not get my prices. Home
made goods that will last, longer.
All repairs neatly and cheaply done
at the Old Pioneer Harness Shop.
— II. \\ . Stubbeman.
ntrolling affairs j
late for the past seven j
years. He will understand after >
November •!, much better the con-
nection between the National and
SI ate Administ rat ions.
Outside of the pleasantries and
sullies of wit and humor, there was:
not a great deal iu the speech, ex-
cept fault finding with the way the |
state indebtedness had been in-
creased, in violation, as he charged
ot the state constitution, and in the
way the school fund of the state
had been handled. Under the
conditions existing since statehood j
it i- altogether improbable that
, i i. O. Finch and I wo chil-
li!' Ocary, visited her brother,
Phelps and wife, last week.
tioti! all parts of the country. The
tirst dose is always proof.
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach
Remedy clear- the digestive tract
of mvieois accretions and removes
poisonous matter. It brings relief
to suffers from stomach ailments,
liver and bowel troubles. Many
declare that it has saved them from
dangerous operation!!; many de-
clare thai il has saved their lives.
Because of the remarkable suc-
cess of this remedy there are many
imitators, mi be cautious. Be sure
it's Mayr's. Probably this remedy
is known among your own neigh-
bors: ask them Oo to Pioneer
drug store and ask about the won-
derful results il has been accom-
plishing among people they know
—or send to Oeo. II. Mayr's Mfg.
Chemist.. 154-1">(> Whiting St,
Chicago, III., for free book on
stomach ailments and many grate-
ful letters from people who have
restored. Any druggist can tell
you its wonderful effects.
Mrs. Sarah L. Summers, who
has been quite sick for several
days, is recovering nicely.
What Would You Do?
There lire m tiy times when one man
ijiicstiuiis miiitlicr'H actions and motives.
Mm :ift differently under different cir-
< ii in -In iii'i - The epilation is. what would
vou liu ritflit now if you had a severe
enid! I'ould you do better than to take
i' 11 am I jerl 11 i 11 'n Cuii^'h Remedy ? ti ia
highly rerimihifnded liy people who have
used it for years and know its value.
Mrs. u. I'!. Sargent, Peru, lnd., says.
' < 'limn Ilerluin' - rough Kemedy is worth
its weight ill gold and I take pleasure in
ieeiiiiieudiiic it." fur «alo by all dealers.
First National Bank
of Norman, Oklahoma
Admission is free and the
cordially invited to attend
death and extend their heart.ic
I sympathy to the bereaved ones.
PERFECT vision is
a priceless possess-
ion, and as such, it
is rare indeed. It is a
fact that many persons
have impaired vision
who suffer its ill effects
because they do not re-
alize to what extent
their sight might be
helped by properly fitted
If your eyes bother you
call and let me fit you
C. F. Tee!
Office over Barbour's
Are C umin'
As represented before his late
majesty, King Edward VII
AT THE FRANINQ
I oned Up Whole System.
"Chamberlain's Tablets have dom
more for me than 1 ever dared hope for."
writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, Spencer
port, N. Y. "1 used several bottles of
these tablets a few months ago. They not
only cured me of billions attacks, iek
headaches anil that tired out feeling, but
toned my whole system." For sale by all
j OCTOBER 28 j
( Tickets on sale at Barbours
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louse, and with perhaps as much
vigor as a "bunch" of republicans \
wouldexerci.se—to wit; "Rnforecj
In the matter of "enforcing the
aws" the vigor or apathy depends
in a measure, upon "whose ox is
being gored." The penitentiaries
are not crowded in Republican
slates with derelict, republican offi- '
cials, and perhaps the percentage j
of official crooks is as great in
Hepublican as in Democratic States.
While listening to Mr. Fields talk j
we were reminded of a stanza wci
read somewhere running something
like the following:
"The Devil, sick, a saint would
But, well-the devil a saint is
John is just sick to be (iovernor|
of this state—that is all that is nil
ing him. He has a lot of Repub-
lican politicial friends as sick as
himself, for seats at the pie coun-
ter, whom Fields would like to sec
sitting on the stools feeding at the
But seriously, Mr. Fields is
making headway in his campaign j
and the democratic voters want to
arouse themselves to activity in
behalf of their candidates now.
Pouting over the result of the pri-
mary or sulking in their tents and
displaying indifference as to results,
is not treating democratic nomi-
nees right. Democrats should get
a genuine hustle on themselves
from now on until the polls close.
We can't afford to go farther in
making the republicans feel like
they have a look in. It is time to
close the door on their hopes
Call in and set? u- and get ac
ipiaintcd with our new institution.
—The Security State Bank.
News from the ord Congressional
District in Kansas to the veffeet that
Fat. J. Medinley, formerly of this
city is quite likely to win in hi<
race for Congress, is pleasing to
his many friends in this eitv.
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John
Dodds and daughter entertained
the following guc>ts. Will Dodds
and family, Trueman Hndicott and
family: Mr and Mrs. C. 1!. Dye,
.Miss Viva and Master Bailey Dye.
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