The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 93, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 30, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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AN'I) OKLAHOMA CALL \ BAD LIVKK, Hill it Week's
l.IVKk und KIDXKV HalmiHtaken
A GOOD LIVER may have
A GOOD LIVER. Catch the idea. 1
^ ')ur toiiff experience is yonruervant.
Remember this when getting
R.J. Wekks. i
TIME TABLE A. T. S. F.
o, 403 1:07 a. in.
No. 407 P. ni.
No. 4SJ accommodation 5:1ft p. m.
No. 420 accommodation
Quinine at40c an ounce
• I SCHOOL CRAYONS 15c ; or
•fl.40 per dozen at Weeks' Store.
. Ladies; try I)k\v ok White Clover.
you will be surprised and pleas
ed at the result. Nothing equ'ls
I it in producing life like tints,
j For sale only at Weeks' Drug Store.
Prepared by University of Oklahoma.
ProfEnwiN DKHAnu.'ihservcr.lCall and see our line of WALL
wind < h day PAPKRS. Our prices will cure
- Pt cidv you if you have the blues.
|)„l, Sax Mi". M'-un Hi
81 1 61
( Idy '
Pt < 'Illy ;
New Cimtle Hapiu'iiini;*.
weather is quite wann and
Dr. Manire of Little river, was in
the citv, Thursday.
Stubb buys in large
and can sell cheap.
Mr. I*. A. Pinkerton of Kremlin C).
j T. has moved his family to New
quauities Castle and has almost gotten his
J shop completed.
W. K. Wilcom
I mong us.
Mr. and Mrs. 1,. M. Durkee, wer
in the cit>, Thursday.
Mrs. Shadrick died at her home!
on Little river, last Monday. ; ;1 business visit to this place the
Simon Turk of the Grand Leader, first of the week; he seems to think
has been in St. Louis, this week. j that New Castle is flying".
NEW -- FIRM! NEW GOODS!
I fonplrlr Stuck Just tl|ii'llnl I p.
lit k Bim,
(iivo I s .1
(Ms IttliM'H'il ill I i!\
BELL STORE STAND.
A (Inoil Testimonial.
The following testimonial of
character, was handed to us by a
friend of Mr. L. L. Briggs, and we
publish it, for the benefit of Mr.
Briggs. who has been a good citi-
zen and a man who has done much
to make Norman what it is to day.
To Whom It May <
We the undersigned citizens of
ell County, Arkansas, state that
>Ir. Overstreet of Norman made i we are well' acquainted with Levi
L. Briggs, now of Norman, Oklaho-
j ma. Mr. Briggs was born and rais-
ed here in Veil County, lie was
Notice is hereby given that the
linn of Street andTackett, furniture
dealers at Norman O. I lias been
dissolved. All accounts due the
firm will be collected bv Mr. Street
and all accounts payable by said
firm due assumed by Mr. Street.
Street Ac Tackett.
i ilint i. W. Morrison
law foi ihf purposi- of obtaining irticciist* to
J ritml uhiskoy it ad bet Mr Canndian township,
I Cleveland count v, for twelve mouths.
i It. Wvnnk. i n. Clerk |
THE GRAND LEADER
SUCCESSOR TO THE DUTCH STORE,
Is NOW OPEN With a NKW and COMPLETE Stuck of
I )ry Goods, (1othini>',
All Bought at Hard Time Prices. You know what that means.
MACKEY. & TURK,
fgMEJilfiiMllMfiifMEllM0(MltHiM iMb. k ^ I H,MIM
Mills Bros, call your attention to Mr. J. Howry of Norman was at elected Sheriff and Collector of this
their stock of Groceries. Read it. j this place the past week looking up county in 1880 and served two years.
Willis Joiich and Roht. Helton of j ''eeves for hie butcher ultop lie was for iiiuiiy years a success-
i fill business man and was lionora-
Ktowah, were iu the city. Tuesday.
See the new ad of the Grand Lea-
der and then go and see the Grand
See the big ad of the New York
Racket. It is intended for your
Mr. C. L. Kendall of the Boston
Store, is seriously ill with Ty-
J. \V. Jones the barber, who has
been on the sick list is able to be
There are no new cases of Small
Pox and the patients arc getting
Mr. T. K. Smith, was called to Tex-
as Thursday on account of the se-
rious illness of his wife's mother.
The mother and sister, of Dr. J.
H. Scott arrived Wednesday night
and will make this their future
Iu another column will be found
an ad for the C. W. Garinan. Manu-
facturing Co. We have one of their
kitchen tables, which is a model of
Miss Maud Pratt who has been-
visiting Mrs. T. J. J. Wiggins, re-
turned to her home in Wichita.
Mrs. F. Carrutliers of Oklahoma
City and Mrs, Baird of Kentucky,
were the guests of Mrs. W. C. Rich-
ardson, this week.
Dunn, the furniture man, has a
complete lino of coffins, caskets and
undertaking goods. Hearse in con-
nection. Central block.
Stubb carries over twenty differ-
ent styles of single buggy harness
the cheapest ever brought to Ok-
lahoma, come and see before 3 011
Frank Pendares, languishes in
durance vile for passing a worth
less check, on the Grand Leader.
Saturday night. It was drawn on
the State Bank.
Rev. A.J. Worley has moved to
Purcell, where he is Pastor of the
M. K. Church South. They have a
neat parsonage at that place. We
are pleased to note that Rev. Wor-
ley feiill has property interests in
Miss Merrie Alford, the Fashion-
able Dress Maker, has moved from
the Brooks building to the room
in the rear of the Grand Leader,
where she will be pleased to wait
on all who need her services.
The Ladies Aid Socie ty of the M.
K. Church gave a social at the res-
idence of Mrs. A. B. Williams
and 011 Thursday night last
it was a delightful and successful
affair. Lack of space prevents a
more extended notice.
Tfie hair is the crowning beauty
of woman and something every
woman should be interested in.
If your hair is dry and brittle, fall-
ing out or turning gray, try Beggs'
Hair Renewer. A positive guaran-
tee with every bottle. Price 75 cts
Sold by R J Weeks.
Rev. Rowan of the M. K. Church,
preached his farewell sermon. Sun-
day night to a crowded house,
which appreciated his effort. He
and his family left for Tennessee
on Monday, where lie hopes to re-
cover his shattered health. The
good wishes of the people of Nor-
man go with him.
Mr. H. Johnson and his Bro. Li 11
are visiting their Bro Mr E B John-
son this week.
Mr. F. Maey has returned to his
home at Noble.
Mr. B. Swany of Walnut is on the
sick list and also Mrs. R. Clopton.
Mrs. S. Sweaden presented her
husband with a 12 pound boy,
Mother and babe both doing well.
School closed Friday last. Miss
Hattie the school teacher returned
to her home at Noble (). T. Satur-
Dr. Kelly is elated over his hunt
he killed two geese.
Mr. Iv. Rice happened with a little
accident last Sunday evening his
team ran away with him, but fortu-
nately he did not get hurt.
Dr. C. I*. Kelley preached at Brit-
tan Hill Sunday last.
Rev. Clark preached at New Cas-
tle Sunday at 11 o'clock and also at
II. Sumpter's Sunday eve.
There was a crowd of young peo-
ple from Oklahoma City over in
our country getting cedar Friday.
Wright is improving
ble and upright in all of his deal-
ings with his fellow man.
We are also acquainted with his
son W. W Briggs, who was born
and raised here. He is a young
man of good character and if he is Snow Flakt
accused any where, of ever having j 2olb (i. Sug; i
committed a crime in this State, it
is not true.
Mr. Briggs and his son left Ar-
kansas and went to Oklahoma from
choice and not from necessity.
Mills Bros Cash Store
Compare these prices with what I
you have been paying and see if 1
you cant save money by buying of
(). B. Kansas Flour $l.tKI
N. B. Norman Flour l.M
Homo Kansas Flour 1.40
SOME INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS .1. W. HSLICK,
I Star Tobacco per lb 40
Horseshoe " 40
lib Good Green Coffee 20
1 pkge coffee 2a
111. finest Pea berry coffee M0
lib African Java coffee Mac, H lbs 1.00
They have made ftequent visits Tea Dust It 15c. 21bs 23
to their old home and are always 1 1 lb choice Gunpowder Tea M<i
welcomed here by a host of friends l*ancy Imported " 40
.... • " \ Hyson tea (50
and relatives. :«b can standard Tomatoes 10
Very Respectfully, j One can Corn 10
M.L.Davis, Private Secretary to -Ub can California Peaches 15
Gov. Clarke; Robert Tooincr, Mem- I gal choice Apples ........ MO
. . . . 4 ... . ,- , " " Apricots or Peach s .10
ber of Legislature; W . A. Clement, « Njcc Sorghum 40
Member of Legislature; J. A. Tay-
lor, County and Probate Judge; S. <
G. Albright, Sheriff; T. R. Gauet, I
Deputy Sheriff; I. N. Kvatis, Circuit
Clerk; O. L. Clement, Deputy Cir-
cuit Clerk; B. H. Ross, County
Clerk; J. A. Beason, Assessor; J.J.I
Jackson, County Treasurer; W . W. i
The sick folks are about all well
now, we hear of a few new cases,
but not dangerous.
Those that were in Norman Sat-
urday. were K. Roberts, Roan.Thos,
Stout and wife, R. Jackson and
daughter and John White.
Clias. Hohaugh went to Norman
Rev. J. Scott and wife and his
mother are visiting in this neigh-
borhood this week. They also hold
prayers where they go. Bro. Scott
is in for doing good work.
Will Maddox was seen in our
midst last Saturday and Sunday.
Jim Webster and Albert Clark
Farmer* are busy planting and
putting out their orchards.
R. Jackson put out quite an or-
chard this week, put out some where
near MOO trees and an acre of grapes
besides other small fruits.
Will Franklin was taken very sick
Tuesday. We do not know how he
is by this time.
Hall is in need of a black-smith
now as spring work has begun.
John Ring went to Norman Mon-
Literary was well attended Fri-
day night. The paper was read
and some of them were good ones.
Rev. Scott preaches at Highland
Sunday morning and Rev. Gaddis
of Oklahoma City at M o'clock.
Highest Honors -World's Fair,
Stole 11 Team.
Geo. Hall hired a team at Jack-
sons livery stable Tuesday and
drove to Lexington where he sold I
it for !fM.~> and a gold watch. Jack-
son was suspicious of Hall, as he ^
has served a term in Texas for the j
same offence, and telegraphed to
the officers at Lexington. He was
caught in Purcell while waiting
for a train. He had spent part ot
the money for a suit of clothes and
was looking quite gay. Hall's
mother lives in this city and is
>1II Icii ury Opening.
The Wichita Dry Goods Co., an-
nounce their Millcncry Opening
on Saturday, April the Otli. Kvcry
lady visitor who attends this open-
ing will be presented with a beauti-
ful boquet of natural flowers. Don't
fail to attend this opening and see
all the latest iu fashionable mil
Brooks, County Surveyor; J
Crownover, Receiver I'. S.
Office; \V. I). Jacoway. Kx-Circuit
Judge; John !\ Choatc, Ex-County
Judge; H. A. Howell, Kx-County
Judge; Joseph Gault, Kx-County
Judge; J. K. McCall, Kx-County
Judge; ti. L. Wirt, Kx-County
Judge; M. C. Black, Kx-County
Judge; J. W. Pound, Kx-Circuit
Clerk; J. U. McCargo, Kx-Circuit
Clerk; W. R. Ilaydcn, Kx-County
Clerk; \Y. II. Fergeson Kx-Sheriff;
R. K. Cole, Kx-Sheriff; 11. B. McCar-
rell, Kx Sheriff; J. II. Howard, Kx-
SherilT; R. (i. MeCarrell, Kx-Deputy |
Sheriff; G. W. Phillips, Kx-County !
Assessor; J. J. Robertson, Kx-Coun-
ty Treasurer; J. M. MeCarrell, Kx-
County Coroner; /.. J. Pierce, Presi-
dent Dardanelle Bank; J. J. George,
President People's Bank.
This is certainly an excellent tes-
timonial. Coining as it does from
old neighbors who are qualified to
speak. Some very hard things
were said immediately after the
killing of Gillenwater, which were
the result of the heat of excitement
attendant upon such a deplorable
affair and an effort was made to
paint the case as black as possible,
but the more sober minded ones
saw plainly, that it was not a case
that called for summary ven-
geance. As we understand it young
Briggs will come iu at the proper
time and stand his trial as both he
and his friends claim that he be-
lieved that his life was in danger
when he shot. We have 110 use for
a gambling hall, but we cannot
make any difference between men
who frequent such places and the
law should be administered be-
tween men who fight in such ph
the same as if they were lighting
on the street. Good men either
young or old do not go to such
places, but if we have any synij
thy to spare it is for the misguided
young man who goes to such
places as an old man has no claim
| to any thing of the kind. We dont
believe that young Briggs would
kill a man for the purpose of rob-
bery as he had no need to do any-
thing of the kind and we have the
utmost confidence in the honesty
of I.. L. Briggs. He has served our
city 111 an official capacity and al-
ways proved true to his trust and
in his trouble he has always ex-
pressed a desire to have the trou-
ble of his son judged 011 its merits.
This every fair minded citizen will
" Ten 11
•• Ribbon Cane Molasses
7 bars Rex Soap
Fancy Breakfast Bacon...
Hams, country, per lb..
lbs Navy Beans
o. B. 22 lbs, M cr Raisins
Land I Genuine Karlv Rose Potatoes
We have hundreds of other
gains too numerous to mention
.sides we carry a complete stock of
DRY-( it)()1)S. All goods delivered
free. MILLS BROS.
£9" Notice. -®1
MeClintock and Miller, of the Nor-
man Meat Market 011 Main street.
Will after April 1st run a free de-
livery wagon in connection with
their market, and will call for or-
ders every evening, and deliver
same every morning in time for
the earliest breakfast.
Besides a good stock of hardware
we carry a full line of buggies and
carriages. We can surely suit you.
I. W. Brown & Bro.
Beggs' Little Giant Pills!
Beggs' Little Giant Pills!
Beggs' Little Giant Pills!
Beggs' Little Giant Pills!
name in mind when
perfect and honest pill,
acli bottle. All others
to M0. Sold by R. J
you want a
40 pills iu «
Salve is tile 11108
edy ever put on
< where all others
•eks your popular
s at all prices at
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
4tf'YEARS THE STANDARD.
I Try our New Orleans
House Molasses the best in town
T. W. Briggs & Co.
Try the new grocery store. The
goods are all fresh.
T. W. Briggs & Co.
II. W. Stubbeninn has received a
large consignment of- leather from
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
« nm Mijrrwt MMai r.mi Dipmem
One I are ltoiin«ITrl| I t Worth A ISetnin.
For the Lumbermen Convention
to be held at Ft Worth Tex. April
0th to 11th A. T. \ S. 1 . K'. R. will
sell round trip tickets to I"t. Worth
I and return for one Fare for round !
Sugar trip date of sale April 8th and 0th.
Return limit April lltli.
R. J. MORI, W
perfect I'ile Ren
the market. Cure
fail. A positive
every box. R J W«
druggist keeps it.
J. W. Brow
Beggs' Cherry Cou^h Syrup re-
lieves that soreness and smother-
ing sensation in your lungs. Safer,
surer and quicker than any medi-
cine on the market. Kvcry bottle
guaranteed by your popular drug-
gist R J Weeks.
The Conirads of the G. A. R. La-
dies Circle and Sons of Veterans
will celebrate the fifth anniversa-
ry of the opening of Oklahoma
with a Grand musical and Literary
entertainment. All are cordially
invited. By order of Committee.
Some people always look fresh
and young, while others look prc-
maturly old. with skin dried up
and wrinkled. The only difference
between the two is the loss of vi-
tality in tin blood. People using
Beggs' Blood Purifier and Blood
Maker always look fresh and
healthy. Sold and warranted by
popular druggist R J Weeks.
"Success is the reward of merit"
not of assumption. Popular appre-
ciation is what tells in the long run.
For fifty years, people have been
using Aycr's Sarjapnrilla, and t"
dav it is the blood-purifier most in
favor with the public. Ayer's Sar-
Written lij the IttifllneiiH Men «
for the It en e 111 of the Statu Demo-
em t Keailem.
Carpets at Dunn's.
Fresh kraut and pickles at T. W.
Briggs & Cos.
25 lb brown sugar to the dollar at
T. W. Briggs * Co's.
Klegant dining room sets at
Dunn's furniture store, Central
Snow flake has won a deserving j
reputation as being the most pop-
ular brand fo family flour.
The Mill and Klevator has made
wheat worth as much in Norman
as iu Chicago and deserves the pat-
ronage of the people.
If you are looking for pure leaf
lard, go to the Norman Meat Mar-
ket where you can get the genuine
You should take the advantage of
one of our clubbing offers and get
208 papers one year for $1.75.
We handle all kinds of feed in
connection with our groceries.
T. W. Briggs & Co.
J. W. Brown A: Bro. have received
full new line of buggies. Call
and see them.
Smith Brothers have some money
to loan on choice improved land.
at their office over the
Kast Main Street, Norman
only the uk st
At Brooks New Studio, just north
of the Citizens Bank.
Don't let your wife cook 011 a hot
cook stove this summer. Buy her
a gasoline stove of J. W: Brown A
The Statk DkmocrAT keeps
Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Bills
of Sale and Chattle Mortgages for
We want all of our subscribers to
remember that from this date and
until further notice, they can have
the Home, Field and Forum free
by renewing your subscription.
We desire to call the attention of
the horsemen of Cleveland county
to our facilities for printing horse
bills, etc. We have the largest cs
tablishmeut in Oklahoma.
N. B. stands for Normans Best,
high patent flour manufactured
exclusively by the Norman Mill
and Klevator Co.
Does a General
Your Patronage Solicited.
Buy only the flour mad
Norman Mill and Elevator Co.
Have you tried some of that lu.111
and breakfast bacon, put up at the
Norman Meat Market': If not, you
ought to, as it is the best ever of-
fered to the trade of Norman.
Order your new spring carpet
from Dunn's. He has a complete
line of samples.
New Yorfc Racket
y* Come to Our Store
WE WILL BE ABLE TO UTERES! YOU.
~ o o o
We Have Plenty oi New Goods!
Our Prices Will Sll
50 dozen Ladies Vests at 5c each.
Beautiful New Spring Dress Goods, 9, 10, 12, 14
Wash fabrics in great variety .11 Kacke' Prices.
Satines, Newest Designs S 1; and 10c.
A Great Bargain in C'assiniers. .. looyde at 1 sc.
60 I'airs |. Win. Nay lor Fine S'.
Nuylor's factory price i> $_>.y>and $_\9<
Price $2.25 and $2.50. All hand
and as good as any $6 shoe in America.
Department will lie Opened on Monday, April 1st.
Over 20 years experience in this branch ot trade is a
guarantee that you will t the latest M\le and at pri
ces to fit tile times. Miss I. llawk in charge.
A. B. WILLIAMS,
New York Racket. Underbuyer and Underseller.
eggs for sale!
Tlf FAMOUS GROCERY
fe! . . is FAMOUS . .
IJeeause you can got
The base of Ayer's Hair Vigor is
a relined and delicate fluid
does not soil or become rant
exposure to the air, and which is an
perfect a substitute for the oil sup-
plied I'N nature in youth and health
as modern « heniistry ran produce
a I-ti Iv' Till
fever, etc , Hot
which wonderful hrn
i |,y Mtrengtli mid viRor ho
sup. Iloon'H I'IM.S for the
vels act easily, yet
I elTectua 11 >
rlct fever, typhoid
I s Sarsaparilla is of
lit in imparting tin
A few Barred I'lvinoth Rock.
Brown Leghorn Chickens for t
Kggs $1.00 per setting.
Also the services of a
Terms $Ti.00, invariably in advance.1
Call on or address,
Mile south of Depot, or Miller \
>IcClinlicksineat market. Norman,
You Must Eat, and we ar« Famous for look-
ing after the interests of those who eat.
VV. N. ELLEDGE. Prop.
East Main Street.
Hides and Furs.
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