Cleveland County Enterprise (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 7, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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Cleveland County Enterprise
The Official County Paper
J. 0. FOX - - Proprietor
Entered as second class matter
October 12, 1910, at the Post Office
at Norman. Oklahoma, under Act of
March 3. 18711.
Thursday, December 7, 1916.
The submission of a Woman Suf-
frage Amendment in Oklahoma
looms large among the possibilities
of the future; but when it is sub-
mitted it Is apt to he made a party
measure. It must have the support
of a Democratic Legislature to be
submitted and the support of the
Democratic votes to pass when it
gets before the people.
.irinii: .i. it. v. imibi:rtson
Many candidates have been spoken
of for the various offices, who will
go before the people two years hence
asking for their support, but there
is only one man who is being consid-
ered for the high office of governor,
and well there should be only one,
for the general opinion over the state
is that Judge J. B. A. Robertson is
the logical man for that honor.
He is now and will two years
hence be the choice of the voters of
Oklahoma for governor. It makes
no difference where you go in the
state you will find the people are
practically united on Judge Robert-
son, and it is thought at this time
that he will have no opposition.
TOM ('. H AI.IHtl l* t'OH SIM) \ l\ I It
The Oklahoman of Sunday, omitted
the name of one of the most spoken
of candidates for speaker of the
lower house of the next legislature,
Hon. Tom C. Waldrep. of Shawnee.
Mr. Waldrep represented his home
district in the last session of the leg-
islature so ably that he was re-
elected by an overwhelming majority,
leading the ticket in both primary
ami general election.
He is an able speaker with a broad
mind, and while a young man he had
few equals in the last session of the
legislature as to the needs of the
people in a law making body.
His candidacy for speaker is meet-
ing with much encouragement over
the state, and at the present time it
looks as though his election is an
Mr. Waldrep is a graduate of the
State University and has many sup-
porters among the legislators who
are in school here.
( I.Mth \(i\IN MOLDS \ lMtOIM.lt-
1,1 IMlOltSI I) I It'l l l it ATI .
In district court Friday Judge J.
B. Dudley, Thos. Mayfield and L. 1).
Abney. as attorneys for W. it. Clark,
won a notable victory* for their
client, W. U. Clark, teacher and
Our present county superintendent
refused to sign Mi'. Clark's contract
to teach school, or to endorse his
certificate, which lie secured in
Custer county, after his certificate
had been revoked by the county
examiners in this county, and the
attorneys for Mr. Clark brought a
mandamus suit to compel the county
superintendent to sign the contract
and also to endorse his certificate.
Judge Swank rendered his opinion in
favor of Clark, and his certificate
lias been endorsed and his contract
to teach school lias been properly
Mr. Clark certainly had a hard
fight, but has won on every propo-
sition, and it is hoped that the fight
against him is at an end.
bo\s m;w> <;i ii.ty to
Three Oklahoma City boys, who
were arrested by the sheriff's force
at Moore Saturday afternoon,
charged with stealing a horse from
M. II. Larason, a farmer living five
miles southeast of Norman, were ar-
raigned in the county court Wednes-
day morning. The hoys were Char-
viti: vorit KiUNKYs wi i.i.:
Mali? Norman People Know the Im-
portance of Healthy Kidneys.
The kidneys filter the blood.
They work night and day.
Well kidneys remove impurities.
Weak kidneys allow impurities to
No kidney ill should be neglected.
There Is possible danger in delay.
If you have backache or urinary
If you are nervous, dizzy or wor
Begin treating your kidneys at
Use a proven kidney remedy.
None endorsed like Doan's Kidney
Recommended by thousands.
Proved by Oklahoma City testi-
J. .1. White, 701 i.; W. California
St.. Oklahoma City. Okla., says:
"I hail more or less trouble from
my kidneys for years, in fail, I
think it was hereditary. I had such
severe spells of lameness in my
back that if I happened to sleey in
one position too long, the pain woke
me up. The passages of the kidney
secretions were Irregular at times.
I finally made up my mind to give
Doan's Kidney Pills a trial and 1
found them to he just what I needed.
Since using only one box, I feel
Prlee 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. White had. Foster-Mllburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. A".
I will sell at public auction at my
place ti miles east and 2 south of
Norman; :i miles east and :i north of
Tuesday, December 12. llllti.
Sale to begin at 10:00, the following
described property to-wit:
1 grey mare, 5 years old, in foal
to Vandeveer's horse, weight 1150. 1
brown mare, 8 years old, weight
1300. 1 bay mare, fi years old,
weight 1200. I horse colt, IS months
old. H> Cattle
1 red cow, 7 years old, will be
fresh in March. 1 red cow, 3 years
old, fresh in May. 1 red cow, 7 years
old, fresh In April. 1 red muley
cow, 4 years old. giving milk. 1 roan
cow, 2 years old, fresh soon. 1 4-
year-old cow, with calf by side. 1
red cow. 2 years old, be fresh soon.
1 Jersey cow, fi years old. 1 red
cow, 4 years old. 1 red and white
spotted cow. 4 years old. 1 coming
2-year-old Durham hull. 1 roan
yearling bull. I red steer, coming
2 years old. 2 heifer calves, 4
months old. 1 red Durham bull.
These cattle are extra good ones.
(i shoats, weight 75 pounds each. 1
Poland-China sow, bred. 1 Poland-
China hoar, weight 150. t gilt, weight
100. 2 gilts, weight 200 each.
5 DOZEN RHODE ISLAND REDS. I
1 :t-inch wagon, good as new. 1
walking cultivator. 1 14-inch turn-1
ing plow. 1 2-row corn and cotton
planter. 1 set leather harness.
100 bales alfalfa hay. 150 bushels
corn. 1600 bundles kaffir corn fod-
der. 25 bushels mebane pure cotton
1 dresser. 2 bedsteads. 1 Clock.
1 stand. 2 Stoves. 1 Safe. 1 110-
TERMS: All sums of $10 and under
cash, ail sums over $10 a credit of
10 months time will be given, pur-
chaser giving notes approved by the
Security State Bank, bearing 10 per
cent, interest. 5 per cent, discount
for cash on sums over $10.
S. 1!. SADBKRRY,
I Col. 0. D. Graves & Son, Owner.
In the District Court of Cleveland
I County, State of Oklahoma,
i C. M. Keys Commission Co., :
! A. A. Woodrow, Defendant.
^ No. 4660.
Notice By Publication
NOTIOK ltV IM BMt'ATION.
State of Oklahoma |
In U * District Court of said County:
G. W. Southard, Plaintiff, vs. Kather-
ine Southard, Defendant.
Said Defendant, Katherlne South-
ard, will take notice that she has
been sued in the above named Court
for a decree of divorce because of her
extreme cruclty and gross neglect of
duty, and must answer the Petition
therein by said Plaintiff, by the
29th day of December, 1016, or said
Petition will be taken as true and a
judgment for said Plaintiff for his
decree of divorce against her be-
cause of her faults, will be rendered
W. L. EAGLETON, Court Clerk.
Attorney for Plaintiff. 20-5t
♦ DR. C. S. HOBO ♦
♦ Physician and Surgeon ♦
♦ Office hours ! to 12 a. m. ♦
♦ 2 to 5 p. ill. ♦
♦ Office Phone 66, Residence 6;*. ♦
♦ NOIOIAM, OKLAHOMA ♦
We have plenty of cheap money on^ .arm?-.
See us for quick service. Phone 50.
VINCENT A Hllll!
♦ \Y. I.
i.in v i it
♦ Office over First National Bank ♦
Farmers to know that it costs only ♦
$2.00 to grow a strong, fat and heal- ♦
thy calf and about the same to grow ♦
a litter of pigs if they feed Security j ♦
01 M K SKKVIl'K
Food Compound. Security Food ♦
Compound is a milk substitute that ♦
requires no fresh milk after the ♦
milk is good therefore it saves every ♦
pound of butter fat and saves $8 to ♦
$10 on each calf raised. ♦
Boyd Fox, of Norman, Okla., says: ♦
"I took two calves, 1 fed two oiv Se- ♦
curity Calf Food and two on whole j ♦
milk. The two I fed Calf Food did ♦
as well or better than the two I fed .♦♦♦♦♦
on whole milk." For sale by May-
field's Rexall Store. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Farm Loans-Low interest
City Loans-Low Interest
Homes for Sale i.r Kxcliange
Office in Security State Bank
J. R. STOUNKR ♦
A Good Man to Do Business With ♦
executed by said
defendant A. A. Woodrow
school at Paul
Thompson's father, who resides in | piajnt jfr on"the 2nd day ofDecember.
Arkansas, appeared and on agreeing unr>, on -sixty-two (62) head of
to take his boy home with him, I steers, one
Charley was turned over to the care
of his father, while the other hoys
were taken to the training school.
SLOAN'S LINIMi:NT I VSI S Y\IN.
Sloan's Liniment is first thought
of mothers for humps, bruises and
sprains ha are coninually happening
to ehilddren. It quickly penetrates
and soothes without rubbing. Cleaner
and more effective than in ussy
plasters or ointments. For rheuma-
tic aches, neuralgia pain and that
grippy sorness after colds, Sloan's
Liniment gives prompt relief. Have
a bottle handy for bruises, strains
and all external pain. For the
thousands whose work calls them out-
dooors, the pains and aches following
exposure are relieved by Sloan's
Uniment. At all Druggists, 25c.
year old, branded A on
left hip, which said above described
chattels are now in the possession of
the plaintiff pursuant to the terms of
said chattel mortgage duly filed for
record in the office of the County
Clerk of Cleveland County, on the <>th
day of December, 191 r , and that said
defendant must answer the petition
tiled therein by said plaintiff on or
before forty-one (11) days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice or said petition and affidavit
for replevin will be taken as true
and confessed, and judgment for said
plaintiff for said principal sum of
Forty-one Hundred Seventy-one and
70-100 ($4.171.7u) Dollars, together
with interest thereon will be ren-
dered accordingly and the affidavit
(if replevin sustained.
Attest: Court Clerk.
IIA1XKH, 1U UXS & TOXRV,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Highest casli price paid for
HIDES, TI RKEYS. and I'OI L-
TRY. Farmers, bring in your
stuff at once.
U. S. TUBBS
0. K. TRAXSFKK \M>
STOKA<ii: ( OMPANY
Office Phone 225
lies. Phones £63 and 58
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
♦ <". W. WILLOIGHBY
THE BKST PUCK
♦ UXIiONKKR ♦
♦ Of Farm Sales ♦
♦ Have had several years ex- ♦
♦ perienee as an auctioneer, ♦
♦ and guarantee satisfaction. ♦
♦ Terms! 1 per cent. ♦
♦ For dates address me at ♦
♦ Norman. Oklahoma.. It. P. I). ♦
♦ or I'hone No. .'1. ♦
To get your plumbing,
Steam Heating, Gun
Smithing and General
Repairing of all Kinds,
All our work guaranteed
to be good as the best.
All Lines of
H. P. DAMKLS
The Last Main St.. Machinist
We do all kind.-
printing on short
of first-class job
notice. The En-1
Said defendant, A. A. Woodrow,
will take notice that he has been
sued in the above named court upon
the petition of the plaintiff above
named for the recovery of a judg-
! ment in the sum of Forty-one Hun-
dred Seventy-one and 70,100
; $4,171.70) Dollars, together with in-
lev Thompson, Sammv Diamond and i terest thereon at the rate of ten (10)
Sell, Miller, two of them being 13 P*r cent per annum according to the
i terms of two promissory notes at-
years of age and the other 14. I ney j ,;lc.llo<j to plaintiff's petition on tile
plead guilty to stealing the horse|jn th«' above styled and entitled
and were sentenced to the training cause, and for a foreclosure of
To Signal the Operator
WHEN you have .been .given the wrong number,
or for any other reason you wish to get the oper-
ator's attention at once, it is useless to "jiggle"
the receiver hook.
When the receiver hook is moved up and down rap-
idly, the operator does not answer because the signal
light on the switchboard does not flash and attract her
The right way is to move the receiver hook up and
down slowly, which causes the little switchboard light to
glow and brings a prompt response from the operator.
Patience and deliberate action always result in less-
ening the delay and are a great aid to the operator in
getting the right number for you.
YOUR TELEPHONE IS A
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JAS. D. MAGUIRE
Established in 1889
Everything in Hardware
Bain Farm Wagons
Charter Oak Stoves
Oliver Steel Plow, riding and walking
Black Hawk Planters
Deering Binders and Mowers
Sole agency for the celebrated Keen
Kutter cutlery and edged tools. Our
lines are recognized as the best of
their kind and are fully guaranteed
Hides, chickens, eggs, and all kinds of farm
produce, and pay the highest market price. Wt-
have just put in a meat market in connection,
and would be glad to serve you with a nice
juicy steak at any time. 50 pound br/.k salt
U. S. Tubbs
We have bought the Blackburn stock of groceries, nr.ti
have moved to our uew location, the building on East Mai?,
street, formerly occupied by the Blackburn (irocery, where we
are better prepared than ever to supply your wants in the gro-
cery line. Come in and see us or telephone us your wants.
The Pony Grocery
L. M. Wynne, Prop.
THE MOST INTERESTING STORE IN OKLAHOM/L
Toys—Dolls — Gifts
The BIQ TOY And DOLL SHOP at PETTEB8
Is the LARGEST wmI only complete toy stock
In the entire state. This eeason It Is larger and
better than ever. AJ\ the nev toye shown lor the
first time are ready for your selection. We want
you to visit thin store when you are In Oklahoma
City And see the Immense variety of TOTS and
Gifts, over a MILLION to choose from Hefelnf
such a splendid assortment of gifts will help you
make a selection.
We refund Railroad Fare* according to plan of Re-
ORDER TOYS AND GIFTS BY MAIL.
We prepay the delivery charges on all out of Town
Write us the kind of Gift you wish to buy and we v.111 be
pleesed to send you detsll description and prices.
New gifts in China, Silver And Art Goods, StApl© and Nov-
W. J. PETTEE & COMPANY
121-123 Went Main
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
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to keep in mind the
fact that in addition to
printing this news-
paper we do job work
of any kind. When
in need of anything
in this line be sure
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