The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 73, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 31, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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ri'BMSHKb SKSII WI I KI V.
tlmn hrlduy iioatii. and for Wi ilncsdn)'s pu|i .
not later tnan Tuesday noon, to Insure puL-
THE DEMOCRAT, John liarto was in the city, Thurs
>1. McOinley is building ti neat ml-
dllion tu liiM cottagu.
Uncic (Jeo, Wi icjiUain was h re I
from Purcell, Tlun><lay.
MAlterIntended forpublication In Satui Servi i srviiy night at the 'I. i,.
•Solllh- All torttoi.
Frank Blackburn, Postmaster at
Franklin, was in the city, Thursday. |
TIME TABLE A. T. S. F.
(101 SO SOUTH
No, 403 ... I ' 7 II. i
No. 407 p. I
No. JJBMOOinmodatiou. p. i
No. 4<# fl:M a. .
Ko. 40H 1:88 p. i
K<>. 431) ai-commuiliitUiu . . 7:~7 a. i
Gov. Uoufrow was in the city
Rev .1. P. Lane was in the city,
Jerry McCarty went to liurnelt,
Col. L. Gwynne, was in the city,
John Winfrey wan in the city,
Clias. Elkiu of Lexington, wa^ here
Frank Drace, of Noble, was in the
Sam Brown returned from Gaines
Ed. Goodrich of Noble, was in the
It. M. Davis ot Noble was in tin
city, this week.
J. Vandavecr of Hall was in the
Geo. Zimmerman was hero from
Enid, this week.
J. W Itobbinson, of Case, was in
the city, Tuesday.
F. M. and J. II. Hatfield were in
the city, Thursday.
Prof. Vivian of Lexington wus in
the citv, Thursday.
I)r. W. II. Snow was in OK laho-
ma City, Thursday.
Geo. Thompson of Noblo was in
the citv, Thursday. ^
fofry yul in
Mrs. It, J. Weeks, who has been
III for rome lime, is almost recovered.
K. It. .Maples and W. M. Nickell
of Lexington were in the city yester-
J. \V. Klinglcsmilh, E. U. Allen
and ('. P. Klinglesiiiith, were in the
Mrs. May Chastain, of El Keno, is
v.Hitin^ bee parents, Mr. and Mrs.
11. F. Hartley.
Prof Boyd lecture* at Kdinond to
•lav to the faculty and students of the
Noi ma! School.
Key. T. M. Ilorne, of Oklahoma
City, preached at the M. E. Church
South, Thursday night.
Wm. McClure, tlx1 slayer of Hank
Cunningham, was in the city, Tues-
day on his way to Texas.
Messrs Briggs and Ituiiyan hav
titled up a neat ofllce in the rem of
the Arkansaw Store.
F. Kioulen Olio of the prosper-
ous fanners of the south part of the
county, was in the city, Friday.
It J. Weeks returned from Coffey -
ville Ivans, this week, where ho hail
boon for two weeks on business.
II. Hart, of the Oklahoma
Hotel, Is suffering with a very son-
face in I ho region of the right eye
Bishop Joseph S. Key, of Sherman
Texas, will preach at (he M. E.
Church South, April, 10, at H: p m.
Gov. Kent row has appointed Dr.
Arnold of El Keno, to be superin-
tendent of Health The appointment
is said to l>. a good one.
Mutual Dependence, • ' is the sub-
ject for Sunday morning at the Chris-
tian Church, and "The Necessity of
Attending Church, will be the
subject for 7:30 p. m.
Dug Minor and Frank Myers went aud
to Newkirk, Wednesday. Mr. My
will go from riiere to Kansas on
count of the illness of his fat hi1
is not expected to live.
Corn School House, and Neighborhood.
Seeing nothing from this neighhr-
hood in your valuable expounder of
Democracy, I thought an item or two
would bo accepted by your many
The poaches are all killed.
Everybody is about done sow nig
Prof. L. J. Peterson visited 8. A.
Meeks' last Suturday.
John Nolan aud family passed j
through hero last Tuesday on their i
way to the strip.
Daniel Meyers gave a social dance
last Tuesday night iu honor of Henry
Shader's 21st birthday.
Mr. Hunt, of the Cheyenne aud
Arapahoe Country, is visiting the
family ol \\. II. Abbott.
Tho largo rains that have fallen
lately have tilled the ponds full of
water. K. E. Poktkic
m V ' _W I f
PRICES TALKs INTER 4 YOU!i
WAY WE MAKE THEM;.,
A Sound Liver Makes u Well Mail.
Are you Bilious, Constipated, or
troubled with Jaundice, Sick Head-
ache, Bad Taste iu Mouth, Foul
Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain iu
Back aud between the Shoulders,
Chills and Fever, &c. It you have
any of these symptoms
is out of order aud
slowly being poisoned
Liver does not art properly.
bine will cure any disorder of tho!
Liver, Btomaeh or Bowels. It has
uo equal as ;i Liver Medicine. Price,
75 cents. Free Trial Bottles at W.T.
The Prin 'es of the Orient wont to
Noblo ouo night hist week to initiate 1
some of tho citizens of that town into
the niyste/ie* of the order. Among
those who attended was Grand Vizi t
Hatlonock, lien nor; Grand Caliph,
Dunn; Grand Layilonhard, (.'ease;
Grand Healer, Feuelon. Among the
members of the inner shrine ol liag-
dad aud main were M. P. Feuelon,
Henry Williams, Sain Brown, Frank
Trcuklo, West Martin, Ed Smitli,
A. C. Maher, Jim Bryan, Will Bry-
an and .1. W. llockc-.
Set 8 inch I'lates,
A Good Hatchet,
- <jt Covered llimket,
Good Coflee Mill,
lilowu Glass Tumbler,
Spool Chirks 0. N. T.
Alarm Clock Niekle t
21 incli Mirror,
ss Bargains ail Through the Store!
Splendid Hair Curler,
Good Butcher Knife,
Set Knives and Folk-;,
Mrs. Potts Sad Irons,
Niekle I'iatnl Kuvolvcr, ('nl S2,
'J. Foot Boxwood Ii 11 le,
Pressed Tin Oisli I'un,
Which by the way is the
G reatest one given you yet
We 1-jead iKe List.
Ai antic "F" 36 inch HENRIETTA, Ail Shades, at
23c a yard.
Strictly All Wool, 40 inch. HENRIETTA, Fine twil,
all shades, at the Low Price of 75c per yard.
s tfeie ( iick-oo:
1 Vool 44 inch SERGE, All Shades-a Bargain at
$1.00. rhey go for a short time at 85c a yd.
1 Ke IJanfain Store.
Next to Poatoffice, Norman, 0. T
DU rCH STORE,
MAC1CEV, TUHK ,v CO., PHOTS
^ * *
tiflPouTd very lHi
♦ *'«r. U*'" '
ltev. I). W. Hughes of Noble was
iu the city, Thursday.
It. S. WaltiTN ot Lexington, was
in the citv, Wednesday.
Judge Ahcrnathy, of L xiugtou,
was in the city, Wednesday.
C. W. Wheeler and Ch|i. Melviu
uev were in the city, Tuesday.
W. A. Rlitlcilgo the jewelei re-
turned from Ft. Sill, Tlie-.I ly.
Citv .Marshal Max well, of hexing-
ton, was in the city, Wednexlay.
Ex-Postmaster Stewart, of |. \.
Ingtoii, was in the city, Tuesday.
Rev.J.II.Miller injured hims. II last
Sunday by (ailing out ot a u. - . n.
John and Kd Wi'kius. of I'nion
Grove, were iu the city, Wednesday.
Dr. L. T. Wilson the Dentist re-
turned from Ft. Sill, Wednesday
Mrs. Coleman, of this eitv has
gone into (be Millinery business at I incetiim will c Jiiliimr ,smitUv
PB,oe"' I Every I' > !>• i9 Invited lo ill lend.
Kev. Myall, ot Minco, whs in tbe | Maruikh: AI the resident
brides paieutsiu this city, MjnS \
A Mce Buggy.
A nice buggy is a comfort ami a joy
very hotly should possess one
is w ho can afford if, especially if the
ae- , prices are reasonable and you can
who ; get the kind you want. To satisfy
yourself on both points you should
«■* > -a .
One Block East of Citizen's Bank.
> DR. L. "i
AH © Wc
L 0U afGnte,e(J. |
The Teachers Associalioi? met lust I 8P0 Maguire and get his prices and
Saturda) and listened to quite an in- ! H,'° huggies. He carries tho larg-
teresting program from some of the k in to s part of the Territory
members. Our absence frou^the city j am' can gu^ V°ii if you are reasona-
prevented us from being present. hie. If you want a buggy be sure
Mayor Briggs returned from At--1 Ul,tl 800
kansas Wednesday night accompanied
by Mrs* Dr. Capshaw aud Mrs. Mar-
tin, his daughters, Mrs. llrigg*
his daughter-in-law m„| Allsg Uum-
A t liurcli Itoll Call.
Next Wednesday evening, Ap.iil 4
the llaptist * '.hir h of this city wililiav
a roll call of the membership at which
j time every member is expected to
■i' had a house warming answer to their name cither by the
I ues,lay night, at his residence on j word of mouth, letter or reprecut-
•lie claim. The guests danced and | alive. The roll call will bo followed
made men \ ami i-nj >yed themselve> !>)' a church social, consisting of light
iuitiifiim I« . About thirty couples j refrrsliiu.-nt-interspersed with t >ust,
woro in atteiicance. on all departuients of tho church flr®t door east
\ protrac'eil meeting is in progress
at the M K. Church South. The
preaching i« being done by UevC. M.
Myatt, . [ t Jhickasha He Is an in-
teresting and forcible speaker. The
Have your final proof papers in;ui
•ut by A. T. llo—.
Ihe Norman Mill V K1 vator ( •.
leads, others follows. Ituv a sat !.
their s tow H ike Hour ami vou will
use no other.
Davis and Son are hairing th
Vi.-nna Dakerv pai e ! u; in < , g.i> •
stj le and are gointr to run a tir ; c'a .
leu cream parlo*.
Davis and Son, IVoprid rs of the
\ lenna Hakery, have just received a
nice iine of choice confectioneries.
Take your grain to J. E. Turne
A SM N O U N C E iV'l E N T S.
icli, pay blc htrli tl> .
Le.i\es Norman every uiornin'1
rivi g at Tecum eli at 1 o\\
Leaves •IVnmwh at 7 o'clock «. ,n., arriving
"Wk"' witli Santa Ke Trains
l Oli SHEKI1-T.
1 horoby unnouuee my t If <.
I sh- I iir, sulijcrt to the ti.•• ■!-;
cratic party of i.u voIhih! i-ouniy.
city, Tuesday, the guest ii ltev.
Owing to sickness the May Dra-
matic Co. canceled their engagement ti \
at this place.
Mis. L. J. Coleman went to Pur-
cell Thursday, where she will remain
for some time.
Hellley lo John
evening at eight .
lock. Miss llef-
ono of Norman's most popular
and charming young holies and Mr.
Allan is well known as tho editor ot
the Voice. Tin: Stati Dkmocuat
Tho MissosChloe and Minna Leach
entertained a parly of young people
at their residence north of the city
Tuesday evening. The Mowing
were piesent: Fred llotsford, Law-
icnee l'owers, Oliver Uichardson,
... . ... . ,, 4 , vb,J Warren, Harry Taylor, K.lilh
W. I). Davis think, tbat lie will i UurleUe, Newt Cltrk, Motile Heck
have eome pea, lies in spite of ti.e < MJin.. M. (Jill, M ,, m,
recent cold weather. Oclleamer. mc,k.
The tridow Brown, or Ltxington, J Meek, Clara ilia e, Cliff Powers
was adjudged inaaue in «Iudge|Chloe Lei h, I ' it Longwell ami
Attention Confederate Veterans.
The .John II. Cordon Camp of Con-
federate Veterans together with all
the ex-confederate s< Idlers iu Cleve-
land eouu'v, are called to meet in
Norman on April, 12th at 1:30p. in.
"f j iu Judgo Wilkins otlico to select dele-
gates to attend our old soldiers re-
union in Birmingham Ala. on April
26th. next. T. J. Johnson.
(.'apt. Co m
Homer Knight, of Tecumseh, was
in the city, Tuesday on his way to
County Treasurer Durkco has been
kept busy day and night this week
Next Sunday will be W. II. \ ds
second anniversary as pastor of the
Baptist church of this eiiy. At Hu-
ll o'clock service he will review th
work of the past two years In the
evening his subject will be
get highest cash price.
Louis Heuner ihe popular butcher,
keeps the best of a 11 kinds of meats ,
and always does all in his power to
please his customers.
When you want fresh bread, jces,
cakes, choice confectionary, nuts and
fruits go to Davis Sc Son,
Mrs. O'Neil the fashionable Milli-
ner, requests the ladies of N'ormnN, '
to wait until she returns from St. '
Louis, before they purchase a spring
What is it? It « a bo'tie. What is i
ill tho bottle? Syrup. U i v do 1 see '
it in so many houses? ■ Because '
M. Mclliiiley al va;. - leads in low
If you want neat j >b printing very
cheap call at The I emocuat ollico.
M. McCiuley has the mo f complete
Block and atock of groceries iu southern Okla.
Pictures framed at C. M. Dunn 's
Furniture Store, Central Block.
The Democrat has a
nicut of horse and j t
which to do job print ii g.
An elegant line of nice fr. h
at the Bell Store.
= w J ,
argn nssui -
Re;il Estate a
Vienna j srocerie*
I'or Sa .
: one of tho tine -I farms i
county. Fo inf'>rimtti'>u
Foil Kent: A hi -inhou-t
door to Maguire's hardware '
' 'all at Tin: Dkmocuat oil:
Highest market price pa u re-
try produce at M. M «;inh
Wilkins Court, Wednesday and taken
Mr, J. M. Monroe informs us that
Mr. McLoughlin ami family who live
on his place, are quite ill, in the
Our citizens should remember that
there is a good Hack Line from here
to Tecumseh and should do all they
can to make it a success.
Dr. Waits has resigned as a mem-
ber of the City Council and W. J.
Kelley of the Farmers and Merchants
Bank has been appointed in his place.
The following Sir Knights were
visitors in the citv Sunday aud took
part in the Knights Templar Easter
exercises: W II Hilton, Henry E
Asp, W A Flazier, C M Barnes.
Ed Donnelly, E M Bawford, W T
Cannon, W E Glazier, O K Friehe,
A O Farquarson, I' C Cuss, Edgar
Jones, of Cuthrio Comiuaiidery, No.
1; Dr FM Moore, Edmond; .1 E
Humphrey, Purcell; W L Choate,
Uev A .J Worley, Norman. Times
Highest Award at the World's l air.
Almost everything for almost noth-
ing at Kckleys Itacket.
I'he Bell Store wants your but-
ter eggs, eli id ens and all kinds of
A cup of Parks' Tea at night moves
the bowels in tho morning without
pain or discomfort. Sold by B. It.
The Bell Stor. has just received
a nice line of Dry Goods Hal
Caps, Boots and Shoes, call and
Now m tin- time to put out Bhatl
m s and ('has (jorton wants the p • >-
pie to know tliRt he has fine tn t •> t« i
sale on his place south of the city .
A nice residence property located
between the Methodist College and
the public school building, any one
wishing to purchase call on ir \. ,1.
One Corn Mill, nearly new French
Burrows, capacity 15 to 'JO buih -Is
per hour. For further information
see M. Uunyau, a* Arkansaw
< very ody likes it. What is it for? ' your coal ot Jas.
l'or Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whoop- jtllc ""'d storagi of An bo
A Bar- '"U Cough and Consumption. Whai ;
| nils name? Parks' Cough Syaup ;
i Sold by B. Ii Kittridjn
In trance Agents.
I '"'s 'v'<>t'k proinisi
world lace to la
ol I Ilia lmol< is a
to !)«■■ u boon io this
with Oklahoma as ii i- to-day.
loto^rnphio view ol
In the ttjst part
Okliihoma's Agricultural Exhibit at Chiei
1 ilioto rra | l,8 (,f Torn tori several
whent und cotton fields, Thott thtt
! rfONS OF THE CITIES.
ye Views, street scenes, public buildin
« with bIvoIcIich an I
«1 v. S t;
t ! j cf J. ,/
Boxes, $ j CO
"•j i' Lucas Ave.
st. lo'jk-'. - mo,
Take y or produce to t! 1
! and get the highest ei ir!
' prior* for them.
! M. M. McGinley will sav
from 10 to 20 cts. a hundred on ii,.
1 . M. Diiuii tho Uudcrtak. c
iic* the finest line of caskets in
Territory and keeps a fine >i at -
< onnection with his uud -rt i j
- • tahiishmcnt.
Oon'l forget thai tin ' n y-Lo
"id Lumber Co. , eli ih .1,,
1). * r I'lcnvs.
ord am! :
. m. m;wki,i..
', dwoPinifg, bus-
fiptive matter. The <1U-
• Ii will be thorough. The publUhera intend tX
e1,n;a:tthe ''r1'"" 'luiiv
„. I Mloni bookatormatsmall priot.
"7" Out rltpt r"" t0 hi- extern
• ut-ol-town b isiuoss should
lin ing wol 1 iinproviil farms phuse
°.<: SICKIjY, Guthrie, 0. T.
write, or leave
WILLI® & ;i.K iVELL,
•A'w - :it -
' m COMPANY
J. W. CURR AN,
l'ati'onizo home Industries
sist home institutions. You
thla in no better wav than by
your flour of the Norman Mill Sl Ele-
Parks' Sure Cure i< a positive
specific for women who are all 14run
down'' and cei Iain Iirnes are trouh'ed
by backache*, headaches etc. Sold
by B. K. Kittri.l .•
NN e call the attention ol our read
rs ic the id v< ri is. nicut oft he Ti \ as
St i d Co. of \\ aco Ti \. in our | :ip. r.
No use to send your mono) north
when you can get good seed at home.
See Tin; DkmOuhat's < ffor in an-
other column or "Shcpps Worhl's
! Fair Photographed'' All subscribers
I are entitled to the-o art views. They
are au ornament i< any iiouio and are
| entertaining and iuslruoiivc to both
old and young.
Two luu'se power, Tumbling: d,
lack, belting, saw and three saw
completed. (iood as new, I am
aud as- building and need money. Inquire
can do :i' Norman Itroom Works.
DEAL R !N
To Ihe l'ulilie.
On and after March -5th.
w ill open the l'ostotllco on
moiuings between the hours of nine
ami teu o'clock instead of between
ten and eleven as heretofore.
T. >)■ «Iou\-u\, p. M.
M i • v>- Mcyi it> . tho C : t'.cf
count\ tn urcr of the VV . C 1 I
anda\eij iutlucntial worker In tho
caus ' of woinaii, ■.;> -: •'! have used
Parks' Tea and tiud il is the In si
remedy I have ever tiled for consti-
pation. It requires smaller dosrs
and is more fhoro igh. I shall use
nothing else iu future " Sold by
II. U• Kittridge
"If you don't look better, feel
better, eat better aud sleep better,
bring it back." That is what we
\\ . I. ( liurcli, of Staunton Post, any when we sell a bottle of "Parks'
i. A. «..► >•«. "I Ihvo iiwhI near- Hiiro Cure." It you are not tooling
ly every couuli remedy but have juri right, If ruur head ii.-lie.; y,„ir
round iiutlilug toroiupare with Parks1 ba. k uclion: ;our stomach dittroues
Cough Syrup '1'liere is nothing on you; I vou Mv ''out 'it Kortw" aud
earlli like it foi broiuihltli. I have don't know what tho trouble i«, why
uncT ncDcfrr ""ti '''I 'vei "lv don't ji'iitrj n buttlo on il - nu
MOST PERFECT MADE. from the army and 1'arkt' Cougli nulenl |.un "We will ink.' Ihe
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar I'owdcr. Fi« Syrup in ihe ulv remuili lliat ha- . i urn n >u wil: the Ii
from Amn>onla, Alum or any other adulterant ever helped lili " Sold lit II. I,', ii,. s.., , I, I; |;. , ...
40 YEARS THE STANDARD. j Kittridge. itntihirhf .
English, French, German,
and Domestic Suitings,
I Ini 1<I<>
horman, o. t.
A. D. ACERS, Manager.
'• & W. TRANSFER CO
CR1PPEN & WILLINGHAM PROPS,
A GEMiSKAL TliANSKKU iU'HlNE.SS.
\ "UK I "A I HON" AGE SOLICITED
- • 1 11 < > >
Norman to Tecumseh.
veepteil, at K o'clock, a.
Norman at 1 o'clock
Lone Star Livery Stable, Norman. ^
• very city and town siioiilii seo tlint they uro well repre^
senteil in the
Illustrating of Oklahoma.
"Utitry. l.rinu'iiirr t|l(! ^ I
OKLAHOMA, 0. 1.
Attention to my CLOTHING 111 my last ad., mi l J \ ..nt
in |>r.> upon you that I - II nguoil Working Mini's Suit
^ £ fe
I A Hyi
I l> OWKSi, Vii't* I'res
KAWruilD, I aslili-
M aiikii, Asa't Cash
1 m ki; nu: laws
.)ut-t think <it it,
A Dn > Suit tor 910.00.
Good Prints tor Gets.
K« ntuckj Tobaccos.
Will soon have the finest Syrup evei
A Business Suit lor ->l-\00.
A i Ji iT Stock Ot HIlOKS : III.
Vv H. SOW, M. D„
1'in i?ic 1 A x <11 i hgeon.
DHOiJ A CARD TO
Oklahoma floral Co.,
1 "-.ssrwvl;niwfor'1' • • "«''i
1 11 ^ • Mttrqimri.
* of this hunk provhlu
Get our pi ires.
Mii.s' I '.i
T. J. OVERSTREET,
i ' iiio -1 i11 ^
lust ratoil Cul:
'"1'V ol tlu .r II.
•-U0 ol I'innts cte.
it's a beauty.
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