The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 77, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 2, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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©he §tatc Democrat.
AND OKLAHOMA CALL.
PUBLISHED BEM1-W EEK I.Y.
MORT L. BIXLER, - EDITOR.
MRS. M. L. BIXLER, i BUBINMSS MANAGER
MaU<t Intended for puMlcutlon In Satur-
day' paper hliould reach thin office not later
thin i-rlw noon. an<i for WedDMdM'*piper
not later than Tuesday noon, to insure pub-
A l TKKTI HK
< I.K\ K.I \M
The Static Dkihm hat is desirous
of advertising Cleveland county
an much an possible and
will for a short time send
the paper to any address outside of
the county, one year for seventy-
five cents. This will give our peo-
ple an opportunity to send a paper
to their friends, that will show up
the resources, wealth, possibilities
and enterprise ol the county, at n
very small cost. As the Stati:
Dkmocrat is an all home print,
published twice each week, no one
need be ashamed to send it any-
where in the United States as a
representative of Norman and
ness people. The president may
sell bonds under the existing laws
but we don't believe that Congress
will pans a bill that practically
confirms what is now the next
thing to a solid gold basis.
Mrs. Bills, a lady living near
Council Grove, presented her hus-
band with three little Hills, in the
form of girls, last week. As they
were due, it is to l>e presumed thai
he nettled them as promptly as
possible under such calamatious
Til K T Kit It I TO It V Mil HTM
Washington, Jan. 29.—The
Morgan amendment which was of-
fered on the Senate Committee on
Indian affairs to the Indian appro-
priation has been approved by
that committee The amendment
provides for three courts in the In-
dian Territory to have jurisdiction
over all matters arising in such
territory. The districts are divid-
ed into the northern, central and
The first i* to consist of the
Creek, Seminole and Cherokee
countries and of the country occu-
pied by the tribes in the Quapaw
Indian agency and the townsite of
the Miami Town Site company.
The places of holding court shall
beat Vinita, Tahlequah, Muscogee
and Ocm ill gee.
Sarah I Griffm.
Hueklln'a Arnica Halve.
The Bbst Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, I'leers, Salt-1 Governor..
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter Chap-
Iped Hand*, Chilblain, Coma, and K.f.fSft?'-
all Skill Kruptions, and positively Associate Justice.
J cures Piles, or no pay required. It
in guaranteed to give perfect sat-
: is faction, or money refunded.
j Price 25 cents per box. For Hale at
! Fenelon's Drug store.
.W. C. Hen frow •
K. D. Mx
Henry w. Scott \
CLEVELAND COUNTY OFFICER.*.
Probate Judge. s. J Wilklni. '
II. F. Ncwb'oek. 1
. D. H. Wynne. I
it Aliiolri, j
W l . Taylor.
T. K. Berry.
L. it. Harki
J. W. Stowe
Only a Scar Remains
Beggh* Little Giant Pills!
Beggw' Little Giant Pills!
Heggs' Little Giant Pills!
Beggs' Little Giant Pills!
Keep the name in mind when I Kecclver,
you want a perfect and honest pill. Mnyor
6crofula Cured Blood Purified by W pills in each bottle. All others
Hood's Sarsaparilla. ■ have from 2a to ,'tO. Sold by R. | Aldermen,
*('. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: i Weeks.
"itl with pleasure that I send a testimonial . — I ctork
eoii'crnliiK what Hood's Sarsaparilla has dona Ladies, if you want calling cards, Attorn, v.
f"r my daughter. It Is a wonderful medlclna invitations or anything in that line Ma™'1"''
on-1 I ranliot rccommi'itd It too highly. Barak, yoll s|iou).| come to the St \TK
ivho is fourteen years old, lias been
Afflicted With Scrofula p«*°CRAT it done,
ev, r -sij,. c sin- was on,, jfur I'„r ti\' years have the type of any
.... .i.i.. . - I o ce in the city. We do only first
kind that you
„ I Commissioners.
W. H. Blackwell )
f'ouuty Superintendent, L. J. Peterson
THIRD JUDICIAL niMTRK T
'!?©. Hon. Henry ' Scott.
W. H. Kbey
Oeo. W. Burns.
f. I AND OFFICE.
Hon. U. M. Iiilley
Hon. L. I*. Ross
We desire to say to the pubiic that we have an entirely
NEW STOCK of Furniture; the Finest ever brought
to Norman. We are also prepared to do
in all its branches. Hearse in connection. Call and
get our prices and inspect our stock.
First Door North of Citizens Hank.
Street & Tackett,
f W. L. Choate.
I A. Beiry
Bh • has had a running sore on one side of her
fa.- Nst; ti l' I • v. iy renifdy recommended, but class work and the
Uot.iiiigdld her any pood until we commenced
(J. T. Scott
.T. K Kerry
... , ... .Frank Smith
Mght '\ atchimin. Ben Clay
roWN -M E li'>ARD NO. 4
rap:, s. T. U'uvy l . Litrsh Hon. J. B. He
ROWNTREE, SON & BAKER,
Livery. Peed and Sale Stable,
BRAN * NEW RIGS,
ti-".:: II". .r , sarsaparilla. My niarrledVlaiigiitcf
advised me to use Hood's Sarsaparilla because
It li:nl cured her of dyspepsia. Stic lmd
troubled with that rimiplalut since childhood,
f 1 ■ 11' I' Clll'l1 sin1 11,i•. |H*VIT In I'll W illl'rllt ,1
will not be aHhnitted to
,,,, . li-.-. i ti , | b"l|l"ot Hood's Nnrsuiiiirlllii In the house,
I lie central <1 istrlet shall consist i nlving it to Sarah
A January thaw,
Is one of natures great clearing
Hho disposes of her snow-drifts
Preparatory to laying in a fresh
The Kansas City 'Star, says
that the hill which has bfien in-
troduced in Congress, providing
for a non-partisan commission to
settle the currency question, should
be promptly passed. What is
the use of passing such a hill when
Peffer has introduced thousands of
feet of bills providing for settling
the question, and has not our own
Senator, John Statesman Allan,
proclaimed to the world through
the patent "inardV of the Voice
how it should lie done?
of the Choctaw country and the
places of holding court shall heat
South McAlister, Atoka, Antlers
and Wister Junction.
The southern district shall con-
sist of all the Chickasaw country
and the places ol holding court
shall be at Ardmore, Purcell, Ityan
'I lie senate committee on Indian
alfairs unanimously agreed to this
amendment. It will have to go
back to the house and there will be
a fight. The Paris and Fort Smith
courts, under this amendment, will
only be allowed to try such cases
as are now on their dockets. It is
hardly necessary to s:
congressman in whose district
ajjo, and It lias conquered the running sore,
Only a Scar Remaining
as a trace of the dreadful disease. Previous to
taking the medicine her eyesight was affected
I1.'" ' 11 " I" <"iini*ctiou
V;1,!l 11 1 S S::l ip.irlllH have HSCtl Hood'S
> 1 'II' Piih, ami li li' I thfia the hest." Mug,
JiAitia oini i in. Xenla, lliiii' is.
Hood's Pills euro nausea, tick headache,
Indigestion, biliousness. Sold by all druggist*
Furnished rooms to rent
NOIIMAN LOUQK No B, A. F. t A. M. l4
Meets every 1st mid ,trd Monday in i-ach l'°**ble or Single Hacks, Huifijies, Carriages and Surrevs. (.rood Saddle
mulish. All Master Masons in good standing
•ire cordially invited to attend.
J. Clark. W. M.
J. II. Dibble, Sec.
A Oilt ICdgeri Oiror.
We have this week made arrange-
ments with Rev. M Ilicks so that
The publishers of Hie Static Dkmocuat
have made special airaugements with the
publishersof the New York
and Sunday Advertiser,
NOIOI AN I.UIXiK NO. I I. O.
Meeting every Thursday night.
NORMAN LODGE NC. 5 K.OFP.
Meets every Monday night, at Casteli Hall,
Jver the KHedge Hufldimj. Visiting brethern
Ii. SI. Ixiach, 0 C.
W. A. Huiledge, K of K.
Horses for Ladies and Gentlemen.
ited mi in be i
i 11 Mi-
There is a bill in the legislature,
providing for the repeal of the
navigation laws, but it is doubtful
if it will pass. When the Dakoka
Code was adopted by the lir«t
legislature, all the laws not needed
for this territory were marked out,
but tl.e Codifying Committee in
some manner, put the navigation
law into the code. While the law
was of no particular benefit, ex-
cept to defeated candidates tvho
had to go up Salt river; it was the
theme of several supposed states-
men, during the following cam-
paign, who held the navigation
law up as an example of the in-
sane acts of the lirst solons, and
they were nominated and elected
for the sole purpose of repealing
the navigation laws. When they
got to the legislature, they found
many worse laws than the naviga-
tion act and staggered around try-
ing to repeal some of them, with-
out. success, and the navigation
law is Hill in the code. If the
present session repeals the law,
they will have accomplished some-
thing that amounts to nothing.
THE I'It RSI 1>K NT'S MRHSA.a te.
'ihe State Dkmocrat printed
the special message of the presi-
dent, on the currency question in
the Wednesday's issue, and of
course ahead of all other papers
in the county so that by this time
hundreds of our readers have read
it and passed judgement. To us it
appears that the president is un-
duly agitated and we trust that no
much a bill as he suggests, will
pass congress. Such a measure in
our opinion, would oe as extreme
in the so-called sound money di-
rection, as the populist inflation
night mure, that inspires the ca-
lamity leaders even in their wak-
ing, is in the wrong direction. A
failure to maintain the gold re-
serve may create a panic in Wall
Street and Boston, where stocks
The Word and Works and Hick't
Almanac for one year for $1.75 in
cash. The paper Word and W ork
contains the monthly predictions
of Rev, Irl Hicks, who lias became
proficient in the science of which
he is the leader. lie never fails
that the I predictions of cyclones,
hlizznrds etc., This valuable iimgu-
,, , „ c . - ,. . , . xine and Almanac should be iu
Paris and rort Smith lie intend to
fight the amendment to the hitter
end. There arc a great many j I'ew people have any idea how
there and hero and in other state- Wl " prepared we arc to do all
Who understood that the creation 1 I11;;"'"1* We invite every
, ... , • , | i>ody to call and inspect ourestah-
ol some good offices, such as judge- Iisl,
ships and district attorneyships, the Staii; Dcmik'uat
They, of course, are (or the mean- j to have your work do... to forty u[bl.|gllt
lire. ; ... j sparkling apodal articles nnd litemri
Tlie Galley Slave will be produc- j A model. I ' ■
ed Feb. 8th, by home talent, mid
the direction of Prof, lleathcote, f
the benefit of Norman Lod^e. K
I A tirst-clacH metropolitan m \vs-
lL* j paper every day for one year and
The State Democrat
The most liberal offer of the a^e.
The Morning Advertiser , , ,
A bright elRlit and ten i :irc daily. Con*
tuins nil the news and peel nl feat urea of
interest to .-\cry member of 1h.- i ouse
] hoi Speeial ui.irket and financial report!4
Tho hest Hportingp y- in tin-land. Anahao-
lutely clean ;ti! I wholesome home newspa
Methodist Eimscv.i-al Houtii.
Church corner ol Peters Ave. nnd Tonhnwa
j -treet. Services every Sunday.
! Morning service* 11a.m.
I Evening u,
j Sunday School ioa. in.
Prayer Meeting Wed. evening s;l,'i p. m.
Rev. Brown, Pastor, I
i Church on corner of Comanche Street and
I Porter Ave.
i Morning services 11 n. in.
Evening •• 7*80 p. m.
! Sunday School St:l. a. m.
Christian Endeavor 6 p. m>
Prayer Meeting Wed. evening 7:30 p. in.
Kid. ('owi'itHTIIw.vite, Pastor.
Drummers Carried to all Part' of the Country.
Charges Reasonable. Main Street, Near Depot, Norman, Ok.
S. C. WALL, PROP.
BOARD AND LODGING $3.50 PER WEEK,
Everything New and First Class.
East Main Street, - Norman, Okla.
J. W, ESLICK,
Rkv. S. E. IlKMtV, 1'nsto:
-ervices every Sanda
Class meeting immediately alter.
K veiling services
\v. ii. kiuiu. supt.
Prayer Meeting Wed. evening
Does a General
Your Patronase Solicited.
ti"' The Sunday Advrtiser
ml in your
Church on Tonhawa Street between Craw
ford and Porter Ave. Services on -jd and PI
Sundays of each mouth.
Rev. Fatiikh La u a lots, Priest.
Preaching on 1st, and 3rd Sundays of
month. Sunday School every Sunday morn
i ;g at:|.'i a. m. N. W. liriflin Superintendent.
I'ruyer Meeting each Wednesday night.
Kev. W. II. Nichols, Pastor.
V ii OTOGK A I' 11 S
ONLY TUB BEST
Al Hrooks New Studio, ju l north;
i of the ('ilizi tiM Hank.
i The .Norman Mill &
want liXK) cords of wood.
This offer will nhortly he withdrawn.
The regular Hitbscription price
of the Mornino and Snnduy Ad-
vertiser for one year is
By this offer yon virtually get it for
From the north: :i p. n*., and 1 10 a.
I rom the south: 1:33 p. m., and 3:1
Mails that arrive on the night trains
vercd t" the postolllcc at 7 o'clock a. n.
Mails lor Frankfort. Hlcoand I>enver depart
I uepilay'a and Satiirdny'f
1 be se
copies of the
•ti at I his office
KKKP I'KAC II 1(1 IIS ItACK.
Ah Fobruary uppriiaclics a li-w
days will caiHe vernal ferineiita-
tion in tho Boil, anil fecundating
Bap will inevitably sta-rt on iu
mission peaclnvard, and nears,
cherries plnniB and busli berrii'.--
eatcb tlie fi'VOrisb nastt: and all
prematuri-ly siart out on tlie pil-
gramageof Moral and fruit harvest
fairs; but all too soon, as the deli-
cate virility of fruit molecules h
deadened hy the lirst hard frost
it encounters. In plain words, a
hard freeze will sicken and kill
fruit bud* which swellin February !
or March. The cause lies in hot j
days in these months, when the
soil becomes so warm as to goner- ... ,XJ.. , I
ate the How of sap. If this is the
AH out Ninter Goods must be closed out for Less than Manufacturing Price
us at your dealers
fertile ns thougl
lireet from i-'erry
arc know 1, and p: u:Ied
nnd uro ulivnya the
•M -I. Fecry'H S«cd Aii:inal
D. W. Ferry & Co
DR.T. H. WILLIAMS
Succkssor to Dp. L. T. Wilson.
an State Hank.
nils close .;<) minutes oefore the departure
<f trains. Mail for utght traiiiH clone at 7 i .
- open from 7 o'clock a. 111. till h o'clock
Sunday's'.Ho Hi 11. in. and a to 4. p.
T, .1. Johnson, Postmaste
,. FOR ... ...
Bon tod Bakery!
Caakes every day.
Kast Mai.': St.
ROSS & BREWER,
Office in Citizens Hank.
Practice in Territorial and Fp.Vral Courts
Departments at Washington, and Hi©
W. H. SNOW, M. D,
I'HVBK'IAN AND SUHGEOA.
Office:—Over Norman 9tate Hank.
Uesidence N', '.V. Corner Crawfo-d Avonuo
and Tonkawa street.
cause then whatever means will I
keep the sap in the ground till the
danger of frost is past, is just the
means every fruit grower should
resort to if he expects a crop. It!
is a matter ol common observation !
by farmers that where manure i
covers frozen ground such ground
will remain frozen till late in the
spring. Any barnyard litter,
serves the same purpose. In view
of this fact, those who desire to!
grow fruit have a simple and easy
duty to perform tnat of strewing j
litter several inches deep around!
their fruit trees and am ing their I
vines. If this prove-; a success,
then the problem of early heat and
late frosts is solved. Oklahoma
to make room for our immense stock of Spring Goods.
WICHIT ADRY-GOODS CO
A nice line of Fancy Dress (ioodn
rej- nlar price 25c, this sale H«L,.
l-'am \ Worst
this sale OU
A line of lieavv Siiilinc" llaniu
III is sa
line of Plnin
I. al\va\ s sold fo
f hem > Suiting
1 < 1 for (10 and 8Uc,
| A lot of inisse.1"
ion stiils, alwiiv.-
:sale at Mac.
A lot of mis*<'
I this sale 29c.
£ood heavy ^ray and white
id drawers, reiriilar price(HJ
Oliamborlain'3 Eye and Skin Ointment
I l.-s unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Snlt-
| Uhviim, Seal I ilep.d, Sore Nipples, Chapped
j Hands, Itching Tiles, IJtirn-, Frost ilites, I
I Chronic Sore lO ve.- nnd ( Iranulated Eye Lidi
' For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box.
1 \ \J
and C'hildiens all
Eihvavs sold for (Ml,
A n'ood wot
for ), this
1 Jilanket always sold
A line line
Id for 1 J'
\ lot oft
irs'-ts, si/.es from 1>
>ld for $1, this sale
j Try a cake
soap 10c or .'I for 2ac.
id you will always use
•. this s;
s (hitting I'lan-
1 -1 j. this sale ti',
hirt'ii^ 1 lannel.
, now at 24c.
\ lot of ( alto corsets, all si/.es,
ays sold for .fl to .fl.L'a. this sale
it-nut oil :
oap - cakes for ~>c.
castile soop for 20.
A11 our trimmed hats
(I hats j o at 2ac on tIn
, this sale
v\ dnulilc wovi
Leslie Niblick, editor of the
Guthrie Leader, has just return • 1
from Washington an I it is - lid h •
brought a new dictionary with him
that contains 2,000 more words
than Webster or Worcester knew
anything ahout- The i .iiiipaign of
education will no doubt be carried
on with renewed vigor in the l.cad-
d Flannel, ai-
ring sale 2.1.
i lar prit
I A line di nil wool
\vays sold for lac. el
(iood Hen\ \ Canti
Tie per yd.
■ aids ol u-ood Towlini;-, al way
sold for S'.j, this sale 4c.
ahout I do/, fiiic
111 a k i
• rmeiits, v i \ I
will be closed
to make them m
st style and
>nt at an)
• fall wo
11 lar price 2ac
Ml our I.,idles' mitt
7.">c, jft) iu this sale 1
A lot of ill silk richou, all iium
hers and all colors, always sold foi
and ;i.~)C, this sale at 7'_ .
ICE WOOL SHAWLS.
The steamer lSlbe was >unk in a
collision in the English Channel
and about three hundred and Hfiv
\ lot of nice if
'all colors, rcyula
closed out at .fl.
has ken intn
id bondH are tho principle com-1 legisl dure, legalizing
(Ineed in tho
A I i tie i
and ( hihlret
•ular price 2
A lot t
id I ischial
thle sale SO
.1 I.allies last l.lll llos
modity of exchange and barter,
but the people of the west have
liquidated during the past three
years and as long as there is plenty
of silver in the country, they will
be satisfied with that as a medium
of exchange. The president s
range of vision is limited to the
area of the New England stales
and then he only looks through
gold rimmed glasses, which he
should discard lor a while and
look through the steel bows, of
^yiiie of our practical western Imsi-
graiilnl in the Probate Court
\ I 'I ot I iii I i
lua\s solil l.i
See what one cent will buy.
will buy Rubber tip led pencil.
1 elate pencil.
" 2 cedar led pencil.
• line of spring; " 1 card darning" cotton.
t pkg hair pins.
1 paper pins.
See what 2c will buy.
1 box invisible hair pins
1 box mourning1 pins.
2 pkgs hair pins
1 card hooks and eyes
1 card buttons
See what ,V will buy:
5c will buy 4 rubber hair pins
box of hair pins
" 2 dox patent hooks & e> cs.
I paper brass pins
" curling iron.
1 do/, collar buttons.
" I bottle of ink.
A good line comb for 7c.
A good niettal back comb 10c.
2 do/, pearl buttons for 10c.
A good tooth brush for 10c.
box of Bachelor buttons 10c.
A good clothes brush 10c
. A strong whisk broom 10c
! 1 box of fancy writing paper for 10c
A nice engraved tumbler, old all
>ver for loe, this sale .V
A lot of lain pand fatic> goblets,
■ wool shawls
TO HOUSE OWNERS.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con-
dition try Dr. C'ady's Condition Powders.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
new life to an old or over-worked horse. 2o
cents j er package. For .vale by druggists.
ii may concern:
l y tfivi'ii tlint .v. s meci
u ii|>nlicnt ion. died
nnl .i- ri'iiiiircil hv law in ti..
(miir!" oi mi! clerk of t in-moard ol ('onni r
conillilssloikts ol ' icvclaiiil i'oiiiiI v o. . lui
tlie piirposn of obtaining a itrciix* in m-ilm
tjiil iiialt aikl spirit ii linn,,i s in ilu
said county and territory
l>. it. Wvnnk co. clerk,
noticc is her
roll li.-is inn
i'cutiou and i
ton ii uf norn
CAPSHAW & HUDSON,
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
Office over Palace Drugstore.
a. T. K08S. h. K. WILLIAMS
ROSS & WILIAMS
Real Estate and Insurance Agents.
Negotiate Loans, examine and abstract
j titles, collect rent and puj taxes for non-
[ residents, and do notarial business,
Office in Citizen's Hunk Hld g.,
NORMAN, - OKLAHOMA.
C, W, NEWMAN,
MONTHS PHYSICIAN AM.SURGEON,
i faucj j
a I way's
issued Tuesday ai\d Frtda/.
(Jmce over KitrtidgoV
' * "nitra at otiiee over ditijf store
P. S, DEPEW,
. . Made ,
id vert I • «•
I'or week emliii
Corn ii James
1'urtis I. I)
11 a in ieti John
Johnson Joseph (
g Jan. J 1WC .
l.owe Mary >1
Miller II (
K'eynolds (n o
Ta> lor Mrs l.«,
l.itc I. \
for the above plea
T. J. Johnson. P. >\
al wa\ s
\ lot of Ladies Vests, alway
for this sale at 12' c
\ lot of In
is sale for -'l
\ lot ol ladIC
sis ii in 1 pants
pillar j >
.t 11 • ilu a ii
d at Otic,'
\ lot i
ways sold at .
Senil In Your Mail Orders,
il\va\ s sold for • tit
1 -I of men- and I o\ s sainul
■a). i au^iilif from I ; to" 7.V, uo ii
hi- 11r for L'." c
klea's all wool and ll.-.ve lined tin
I. : ir. alw . • ol.l lo, I, Hi j.
Yours For Bargains^
A lot of Herr .
for inc. this sal
A larnv berrv dis
for 2a, tills sale loc.
Lot of butter disln
t.lc this sale 13c.
Id for 10c, this
Will lie s. :it t<
third of a year
This rate do. - not cov
eosl of publication, but wi-
lt in order to iutrodm i •
per into ever> hottseiiol 1
Southwest. Send a (piar
silver or tmup • an I •
best paper in
- OKI Alloiu
BUY THE NORMAN
He that 11
■ \\ r.^l fnr four
': >nizes home
i jfiiliir |.
llii* -ml.- n
. i-rraiti pili'ln-r,
11 Wiiv-'lltl fill
If You Want a Daily
Send 50c and get the
rr |i)| ol
mid for -Ti
• ninl 1 I.oup
, Iliib sale ;i,v.
Send In Your Mail Crdtrs
<J- B. BAR [AN I.
AND STEAIVI FITTER,
Dr. Price's cream isikiiik Powdef
World * Fair titghMt Award.
Wichita Store, Oentrai Blk, Norman. Ok.
For One Month.
Ad dr. \ TI IK TIMKS,
Ka nsns t. jt v.
( H'lice and
,loP ":i'i Caki:v-|4i
'"nJ'C1 imll'i'll't' \
Hank. ' Stttfc)
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