The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 124, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 14, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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MOrtT L. BIXLER, • EDITOR.
MRS. M. L. BIXLEH, i BUSINKSS MANAGE*
lUtlor Intended for publication In Satur-
day's paper should reach this olttee not latrr
than Friday noon, and for \Vudin'sdn> Hpuiwr
not later than Tin > lay noon, to Insure pub-
Norm nit's Mill
Wo call Attention to the ttd. of tlto
Tlio famous "Brownies" in mak-
ing their tour around the world will
stop at Norman on Friday evening,
•July 27, and can be seen at the (I.
A. K.Hull, in the llullum building,
Htnall admission fee. No one
TIME TABLE A. T.
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Norman Mill & Elevator Co. in this
iNstie of the Democrat. For some
inontha pant the management have
been |nittiiig in new machinery and
have doubled the capacity of the mill.
They aro now prepared to turn out as
Koml n gra.le or flour us any• mill In _ " h| j, n, ' ..Ilrow"D,c,.
the country, ami request that you,
give their various grades a thorough order of C ommittf.k
test. If, after having done ho, you of the Ladies' Aid Society of tlto
lind their flour equal io that of otlier| c;iiristiais Church.
: mauufacturo you will certainly cou-
clude to patronize a home in mi it tit ion
in preference to a foreign one. The
commercial statins of a town is set by
its manufacturing institutions ami wo
can truthfully say that the people ot
Norman and Cleveland county appre-
ciate the enterprise of the Norman
Mill & Elevator Co.
Snow Flako Patent lias come to
Dad Martin was in liuthrio Mon-
Plenty of watermelons on the
If you want to prove up come to the
Mrs. C. B. McGinley returned
from Guthrie Thursday.
That hay ride materali/.od, but it
was a tlay Inte.
If you want the news before it gets
stale read the Democrat.
T. M. Iiisliop has sold his livery
interests hero to Mr. . Hamilton.
The Democrat gives the novvs
throe days ahead of all competitors.
Live stock is being shipped from
this point at a lively rate this week.
J. I). Maguire and F. L. Mackey
were in Oklahoma City Wednesday.
J. M. Carr sailed from New York
on the 9th inst., for his old home in
W. l . Parker proved up on his
valuable farm before .Judge Wilk ins,
C. F. York luis moved his entire
stock of goods from central block to
the Berry building.
John 15. Diolim and Martin Scheu-
riclr proved up on Iheir places on
HI no last Wednesday.
Miss Dora Hartley entertained a
number of friends at a pleasant social
last Tuesday evening.
J. E. James, night operator at the
depot, returned from a trip to Atk-
ausas City Wednesday.
Eld. El bridge, of the sou 111 west
part of Pottawatomie county was in
in Norman Wednesday.
Miss Nellie McGinley, of Ne >sho,
Ivans., is in the city visiting v.illi her
brother, Frank McGinley.
Mrs. I). W. Mai quart and Miss
Vida returned Wednesday night from
a lengthy visit in Colorado.
There will bo quarterly meeting
servicoa at tlio Cumberland Presby-
terian church Sumiav evening.
T. E. Berry and .1. 8. Allan at-
teuded the pop convention at I'.l He lie
Tuesday as delegates from Cleveland
Mr. John Carter was iu the city
Thursday in the interest of (lie book
he is getting up entitled, "Oklahoma
The Bummer Biblo School of Okla-
homa and Indian Territories will
convene at Purcell on Aug. 2'Jth anil
continue until Sept. Otli.
Wheat is weighing out from 60 to
04'a pounds to the bushel. In many
localities tlio yield is much larger
thau the farmers expected.
Cleveland county will harvest the
largest crop ot cotton this year it bus
ever raised, ami the most of it promi-
ses to bo of exceptionally good
Owing to delay in getting paper
the catalogues (or the Cleveland
County Agricultural Society nave not
been gotten out yet, but they will be
ready for distribution iu a short time.
The weather clerk gave this section
a merciless roast lust week, but if ho
will let the gentle zephyrs, which
are now disseminating pure Oklaho-
ma ozoue, continue to breeze the
past shall be forgiven.
Mrs. T. M. Patterson is with her
mother in Mo., who is dangerously
sick. Mr. Patterson very much tests
tiie effect of the stiaiu upon his wife
iu her weak condition ami expects
any day to be called away.
Dr. T. II. Williams left Thursday
moiiiinrfor Ft. Sill. lie will be
gano until the 25th inst., after \v hich
tima ho will be ready to receive cus-
tomers ut h s office over the Norman
Tlio program of the Cleveland
county fair is out. The races aro the
best arranged of any yet advertised
for this reason. The premium list is
the lr gost and most complete ever
ottered in the territory, Guthrie
Miss Lura Miller, who tome time
ago swallowed a brass pin bus recov-
ered from its effects as far as can be
known. Dr. Feuoloii was culled in
and after several attempts sueeeded
in dislodging the p.u. It is hoped
that no serious effects will follow.
In Spite of Objections.
Married last night, In this
Deputy Clark Garrett oflieiating, Miss
Lillio Elliot ami James Crowder, the
former of Ardmore and the latter of
Norman, (). T. There is a bit of ro-
mance attached to this union of hearts
in that Mrs. Lehman, he mother ot
the bride was very much opposed to
her daughter! mairiago. About a
year since she thwarted their
plans by having them Intercepted at
Bcrwin as they wore eloping. They
waited quietly, if not patiently, for
an opportunity which came ytstorday.
Mrs. Lehman being absent from home
tlio groom was advised of the situa-
tion. lie came down and all una-
wares to the objectiug mother they
were joined as above stated, for the
better or worse The happy twain
left on the morning trpiu for Nor-
man, their futuro home.- Daily
Lantl For Oklahoma tit).
Washington, July 0. The senate
public lands committee reported fav-
orably today to d( nato to Oklahoma
City the land formerly set apart as a
military reservation. The house bill
provided tiiat all the land be given
over to the city for m-Ii ,ol purposes,
but the senate made ati amendment
which provides that ten acres outof the
north-west corner of the reservation
be given to Benjamin Miller of Okla-
homa City. The senate committee
also provides that all others who iiave
a claim to the resci v ilion s nil sub-
mit their cases to the interior depart-
ment with iu one year after tie pass-
ago of this act.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junctio City,
III. vviis told by her doctors she had Con
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles l)r. Kiig's New
Discovery completely cured her and she
says it saved her life. Mr. Titos. EggerB
180 Florida St. Ban Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful cold, approaching can-
gumption, tried without result every-
thing else then bought one bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery and in two weeks
whs cured. He is naturally thankful
It Is such results, of which these are
samples, that prove the wonderful effica-
cy of this medicine in Coughs and Colds,
Free trial bottles at Fenelon& Fcnelon s
Drugstore. Regular size 50c. and $100 for Treasurer, subject
Notice I he Excursion Kates.
Below find list of meetings for
which Reduced Round Trip Rates as
slated below are authorized via Santa
Fe Route, for the occasions named,
No 1 Ardmore 1. T., Jt.no 24 to
28, Baptist Missionary and Educa-
tional Convention. Fare one and
one third on cerlitieato plan, from
points south of Arkansas City. Cer-
tificates to he signed by the Secretary.
No. Lawrence Ivans. ,(llisinatk
Grove) July 2:1, Aug. 3, Summer
Bible S liool, Kansas Gospel Union.
Fore one and one third on certif-
icate plan from points iu Kansas.
Certificates t<> bo signed by It. W.
Crickton, Abilene. Ivans. I. T,
Sliauklin, Agent U. P. System.
I hereby announce myself as a candldute
for itlierltf, subject to tin* decision of Demo-
cratic purl y of Cleveland county.
G. w. corner.
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Ki'Klstcr of deeds, subject to the action of tlio
deinocrutic party of Cleveland County
1 hereby announce myself a candidate tor
Register of deeds subject to tho action of the
1 lemocrat tc con ven t lou.
p. l. Davis
I hereby announce myself a caudidate for
Register of Deeds subject to approval of
T. e. cl.kmknt.
SLT'TOF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
County Superintendent of Public Instruction
subject to tho Democrat ic Nouilnutlng con-
vention of Cleveland county.
No eyeg s m
Wall Paper down.
w. c periiy.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
i hereby announce myself as a cundidutc
for re-election to the office of Probata Judge
of cleveland county, Bubject to action of the
Democratic nominating couveutlon.
8. j. wJI.HJINS.
Tho Vienna Dakerv has an elegant
Sotla Fountain, where you can get
a cool drink.
it you wish to row some buck-
wheat the Mill & Elevator will fur-
nish it to you at cost.
The IJell Store carries such an ele-
gant line of shoes that it will pay
you to trade there.
Electric Bitters. The State Democrat ami the Ok-
Tlili remedy is becoming so well lalioma Farmer from now until Jan-
wii am| so popular m to iioeil no apt- 1 i«( M for " <«• Sp«ol l c*m-
ciiil mention. All wli.i bavb tiscil Elct- ; palgu offer.
tri< Hitters sing the Mime song ofprui.se The Mill Sc Elevator has put iu a
A purer medicine does uot exist and it system for making Rye and Duck-
is" guaranteed to do nil that is claimed, j wheat flour and will furnish buck-
Electric Hitters will cure all diseases of i vviieat seed at cost, to those who
the Liver and Kidneys, will remove wish to sow that kind of grain.
Pimples, Roils, Suit Rheum and other
affections caused l y impure blood.-
Will drive Malarial from the system and
prevent as well as cure all Malarial fe-
cure of Headache, Constipa
lkyard T. Hainer,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ex-School Land Commissioner
and author of Ilaitier's Manual, the
only work published containing the
school laud laws of Dkiahoma.
Sent on receipt of Ii en's
All business relating to tho leas-
ing of school lands in any portion
of the Territory will receive prompt
Xiooms ii and 12dray Block,
GUTHRIE, - OKLAHOMA.
My celebrated Jack, Blue
John will be found at lus old
stand at my barn north ot Court
House in tho city of Nor i an.
Teums; $10 to insure colt to
The Bell Store will buy all or your
butter, egg", chiokcns, etc., aud I sstiind ami Hiiek; *8 to insure a
pay the highest price, and will sell mare in foal, for the season,
you Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods and ,md £•' tor single service. Mare
I 1 ii.liK.v-tioii ,'ry KloAric Bitter, «« ''""n <■ tho cheapest. | «,lt held for Waling tee
Ktuir.- all-fir or WANTED: WATEIIMEIXON8 to 1'art ownership or remove
I SI.Oft |u i ; i"l CANTALOPS. Will pay high- inure peniuinentl) from county
cv t ( fundi ti. Pricr
bottle at Fein loll h
Ion's drug store.
Is Vour Tongue
At tlie i lulstluii Church.
Subjects for next Sunday as follows j
In tlie morning, "Christian Scpura-I 0oaU,,,. v,)iirthroat dry, your cse i
lion." Evening feiil joet: 4'lloli- <|u|| ami iullamed ami do vou fool I
nesB, Sanotiflcatioii." Also a reci moan generally when you got up in,
We shall the morning. Vour liver and kidneys
j aro not doing their duty. Why clont
you lake Pakra' Sure Cure. It it
does not make you loel better it costs
you uolhi g It cures Height's Dis-
Piahetis and all Kidney com-
est market prico in cash
tf L. \V. Hay & Co.
Best of goods! Lowest of prices}
Where? McGinley's. tf
Buy your Hoots, Shoes Dry goods
ami groceries at the Hell Store.
Buy your beer and ice of the Pabst
Brewing Co., (*eo. Hill agent.
Pictures framed at U. M.
Furniture Store, Centiui Bice*.
l ine Millinery, below cost at Mrs.
Kdgar Leeper'a , west of Commercial
l«\/ronly fifty e.onls you can got j ®•
The Semi-Wei klv News (tJalveston Fou Uknt: A be^incsn honse r.cxt
or Dallas) every I uesday ■ nd I'ritlay | (j001. Maguire's hardware store.
Call at Tnii Dkmocuat officc.
plaint- Only guaranteed cure, sold
by B. Ii. Kittiulge.
Half a Dollar.
t at ion by Miss Hutledge
speak as tlio tho Biblo t-peaks on i
"Holiness." All invited.
J. A. t.now, i'astor
Wh Don't Vou
Use Parks' Tea for heiulariie, oou
stipatiou and "that tired feeling."
It purities tho blootl, beau ti ties the
coinplcciion, acts upon tlie sluggish
liver aud in vesthe bowels evt rydaj .
Only herbs uiul plants, f-ate, sure
and pleasant. Sold by it. K. hit-
Paying oh Houtls.
County Trcasuer Dttrkto paitl off I
•two University bonds of $600 o oliju, A- „ ,)olo & Co-i i>t,i,liBl.eix. ! Leave orUe
last Tuesday. They were held by J. land get full procession iu the best j your Ice.
Shophard «& Co., of New York City. [ general newspaper iu tlto southwest!
Thus the bonded Indebtedness of • 8'*teen pages a week.
Cleveland county, under democratic
foe six mouths. This will take you
through and beyond what bids fair
to be one >t the most exciting state Remmert and Gordon will buy all
canipiiiuiiK ever witnoesod in Texas | Uiii.ls ot tat stock. Socoml door cast
Hand 50 cents to your postmaste
I lit lit OV I 'lit " «o > i > 11 I <1 • I lll.l-l I l « I . ,, , ..
lbs loral nswsdowar. or und dirsot P^tolllco.
• with .lames Brvan for
forfeits insurance and money be-
comes due at ouec.
L. H, 1IAILE.
It educed Halts to Denver
On June 11, 12, 23, 24, July 21, 22,
Aug. 10 and 11. A rare chance to
visit the famous Resorts of Colorado.
Only (22.50 for the round trip via.,
the Santa Fe Route. For further
information call on or address
A. Kinokadb, Ag't
Norman, O. T.
To the de&iiu for .Mor-
phine, OpiuiV), vv ris-
ky or Tobacco. Proof
tree. Sii to cure morphine or
(whisky habits; for coring to-
i liaceo habit, A hiit.b^,
a. WILSON, Fleming, lews.
rule, continues to decrease.
Preaching next Sunday, Julv lt' ,
morning and evening. Subject of
•tie morning sermon: "Title to
Heaven Examined.'' Evening ser-
mon: "Old Fashioned Righteous
iioss," S. S. ll:45a. in. All are
invited. \V. II. Nichols, Pastor.
Our Oranthiiotliers' Way
Was to steep roofs and herbs and
iiso it every night. Wo can do the
same by using Paiks* Tea. Xothing
acts as promptly and without discom-
fort. Not a pill or a carthartic but
moves the bowels every day. Sold
by B. I!. Klttredge.
For Sale or Rent.
r. M. I.,,... .Iio F«r.,H«r- • « DR, T, H, WILLIAMS
desie* s to call the attention of the1
public to tho fact that ho has a tine
Desirable i evidence property in the j line of carpet samples and if you need
Jones addition, Inquire at Dkmo- i >vantkd: CHICKENS. Will pay
CltAT office. (highest market prico in cash.
Regular Mill Bajs. L- VV. Hat & Cj
Dowd and itunyaii Grist Mill, iu Medinloy
this city, will run every FritUy.
the freshest i
Successor to Da. L. T. Wilson,
/\ll © V orK ® ©Uarentead,
Oaic t N ii ntiiu State Hank.
Tho unequaled Moss Rose Baking
Powder for sale only hv the Famous
Grocery. Call and see the induce-
ments I offer.
W. N. El ledge.
Patent is the luiuiiv
The Christian Endeavor will Intel
at the M. E. Church South next Sun-
day evening, with Miss Sa lie
Prlckett as leader. All aro invited.
Highest Awnnl lit the World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
\ puie Crape Cieim of Tartar Powder Fi«
rom Ammonia, Alum or any othtr adulteian'.
40 YEARS THB STANDARD.
I very much desire to tee all tho
members of my chimb present at
church Sunday morning. This may
be my last Sunday with you. I want
to talk to you concerning precious
interests. T. M. Patti^uson,
We have been requested to ait
iioiiiico that the hlu picnic ut Vaughn's
grove, four miles south east of tlie
city, will come eff as per announce-
ment on Aug. 2nd. Tlio loading
features of the day will be a joint
discussion of tho political issues by
democratic and populist speakers
if the pops will face the music.
Agent Kiugkado has received or-
ders lo accept freight for all points as
usual, except live stock destined tor
the t'nion Stock yards at t'hicago,
ami to sell litkt's to pas^engi rs for
all points north, south, cast ami
west ixccpl to points iu California J |,*a* J'j*
reached via the Southern Pacillc.
Tickets can be sold to Sa# Fracisco
via Rat stow, however.
The house has passed a bill author-
ising the ofllciais of the general laud
otlho to mo 11 in open maike! aftti
thirty tfnn •' notice by the land otlicei
ot the district isolated or di-. onjiet I-
ed tracts of loml lesM ihsti on- quar-
ter of a section in area at not loss
than #2.oO an acre.
Times-Journal: The second pay-
ments ou PotUwallomio aud Sac A;
Fox lauds wi.I come due this fall,
which together with the deferred
payment, will nuke a greator burden
than many of them can bear. The
department would be doing a humane
aot by again (h fciring the payments
Wo lake pleasure in announcing
that after this date Parks' Sure t tire
will remove all traces of Rheumatism
Kidney trouble or Liver complaint
from the user. It i.i to- lay tho only
medicine that is guaiauteed to euro
the e diseases or no pay. Parks Sure
(Jure is sold by P>. R. Kittridgo.
Hut klin's Arnica Salve.
Tin: 1U>t S ua i. in tin wo r d o j
Cuts Utilises, Sores Ulcers, Salt
ltheuin, Fiver Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin '
Eruptions, and josUively cures Plies,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed t. j
give perfect satisfaction, or money re-1
funded. Price .'> cents per box. For!
groceries hi Oklahoma. t f
IJuy your beer ami ico of James
Bryau, Agent for the Auheuser Ru&cli
Blowing i o.
The Bell Store makes a specialty
•if Shoes and have just received a
large iu voice.
Buy your beer aud ice of tho An-
hcuser-Bii^ch Brewing association
•James Bryan Agent.
(Jo to Mrs, Edgar keeper's for
fine Millinery. West of Commercial
Hotel, south side of Main St.
ii. f. wn.1.1 a.ms
ROSS & WILIAMS
Real Estate ant) Insurance Agents.
titles, collect rent tie 1 pa,
resilientand do notiirlal t
Olllcc lu t'ltizeu'o 11
elivc-red to any part of the
Buckwheat seed at cost at the
Mill Si Elevator.
Use Norman's celebrated brands of
0our if you want tho best.
(io to Willet Bros, Vieua Bakeiy,
for Sotla Water, Ice Cream and
If you use a high grado Hour try
"N. B.M High Patent "Nernian's
Wo aro overstocked on liny Rakes
C. M. Dunn tho Undertaker, car-
ries the finest line of caskets in the
Territory and keeps a line hearse in
connection with iiis undertaking
Buy your beer and ico of James
Bryan. Cold storage house near the
'1 he veiy best that money can buy
and for s:ilo cheap at Mctiinley'a.
The Norman Mill At Kl vatorCo*.
leads, others follows. Buy a sack of
their snow flako Hour aud you will
uso no other.
Louis Rennet, the popular butcher,
keeps the best of all kinds of meats
aud always does all iu Ids power to
' please his customers.
May Held' sTastless Chill Cure, ab-
solutely guaranteed. 2 in.
1 Iitimcmbcr that (ieo. Hill is hand-
ling the celebrated Pabst Beer aud
w. m. nkwkll.
WILLIAMS & NEWELL,
. V t toi-nc v~s - ii t - l,:iw
ROSS & BREWER,
<i in ritlxcns Bunk.
! Priee$ ffo Object!
THE ABOVE QUOTATION
REFERS TO THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
>< Printed lloiigola Organdies,
J At 15c; sold every where in town at 20c.
line of Oviltinu;
j Large I^ine oo! Cliallies j
j Former Pries 20c; Present Price 10c.
A las'si'c Sine Swiss MiisBiiis,
Beautiful Tints, 3c per yd.
4 Ail elegant Sine Seone llatiste,
Sold elsewhere for 10c. Our price 5c.
FSaianels at 8 1-8 worth ls£ a £
J A large line, assorted handles,
I adies incli Ciraloria China
Parasols for #!. IIsir eoni-
Iietitors ask $1.50.
Next to Postoffice.
1). W. m .\i:yi; \ ut, Pros
| v 11. OWKNB, Vicy-Pres.
(fjsCORPOItATKU lndicb tiik LAWS OK OKLAHOMA)
ITIZENS BANK OF NORMAN,
i'A i'ITAL ST( K M< $5().t)(K>.00
be Issued to non-rr>kdi>rrr« of
Osterlinus & Wilmus.
THE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Are ilolug u si riot ly flrat-oUss merchnnt
tHllorlng tni si in - h, and Invite you to
call iiid soo Riiinplos und styleg.
There Is no use Rending or going out
of t lie city for tullor-uiiide clotliitiir. We
guaruntee satUfuctlon In prices, goods
ftr.d worknii'n^liip. ( all aud se« ua.
Offlun in rear of Norman. State Hank,
I laws of t his bank provido that, no stock
Warn You Decide
to purchase goods in Norman
be sure and go to the . . .
where you can get a
Good Suit Cheap.
W. H. SNOW, M. D., I HARNESS, - -
pt II (hem Ht cost until
stock is reduced.
Tho Care.y l. imhard JjUinber Co
Tho host jitit'g untl sulkey plows on
•Ul by thoCftrcy Louib;utt
The l'laliisiftor process 1« t-.o com-
the largest iiitH'hii'.o in the Territory.
Try their flour
Thirty-Hireo lbs Snow Flake I'at
Olil ll ur ami ten lbs i f I ran ill (X*
change tor a hu-ho' of wh at. forty
lb Choice Corn Mepl for ;i bushel of
corn at Norman Roller Mill*.
Wo don't want to move any old
•hopworu stock i.ito out new build-
ing so conic around and il you can
11 ml any Miitahlc slock in our place
wtit will make A prh e that will soil it.
Tho I'arov Lombard Lpnibcr (,'o.
If you want Firecrackers, Hoiuan
1 NolxWgy need lift re Neuralgia. t t)r. Mil* t
J Pain Pills from «irugj;^n. 4,Onee< i,• >i
to anv part of the city.
Wo have made arraugcuicnts to
give Hits Home Held ami Forum to
all our subscribers who renew this
ileum)ful ylasswaro and tpicens-
t eni ' ttinlcy's. tf
High- t price paid for butter, eggs
I l> and chickens, at tho Bell Store.
Tho Norman Mill and Elevator Co.
kept their mill running night ami day
jet were unable to supply the demand
for their celebrated mow flako llotir.
i'lyasa i>. tf.
Take your butler, eg*/- ami poul-
try to the Hell Store micro you will
he paid the highest market price.
.ismvf Urynu Ag't for tho Colo-
bratt d Auheuser liuncb Bter, will
deliver icc to any part of tho city.
Try May lie Id's IVppurmint llal-
gam foj* Dysentery, Diarhoca, Flux
ami t'holeia Morbus 8atiktactlou
1'IlVSietAN AND SURGEON.
OI1U- :—Ovi r Norman State Bank.
Ursldeiif. N, W. t'uiuer Crawford Avenue
VINCENT & CLEMENT,
. AllSTKAC' I OriS
1 'ont t'jicl<>i
ok I.Alt (IMA
Muses E, Manire,
Caudles or Kkv Hock els, go to the llttl as.lcctl.
Sell your fat cattle ami hogH to
any kind ol
fliert notteo for
If yon w utto nmko llnal woof un (;orlon, orace t,vo
jour rlnlin conm to tlio Statu Pi mo- (|ll0rs ,„>t |\ist0mce. Ttiey pay
chat ofllcc, (bo hallett mai kct prico iu cash.
Flans to Suit Everybody.
n • oklahoma.
Chalnes and other
articles too numerous
to mention, at prices
to suit the hard times.
Wholesale and Retail.
Yours for Good Goods
and Low Prices.
W. H. STUBBEMAN.
Jack It a hoc ami Dug Mayabb
have opened up a brick j ar l on the
Berry claim ami arc preparer1 to
contract for any amount of brick
needed. Call on in a 1 get figures.
All kinos of Dress Goods, Boots Shoes
and Groceries. Elegant Syrups.
T. J. OVERSTREET,
Wist Main Streot, Nornmn.
« w. T[iAKSl.'KKC()
CRIPPEN & W1LL1NCHAM PROPS,
A UENEltAL THAN8FKU 0U81NES8,
YOUK I'AliliONAGK SOLICITED
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Bixler, Mort L. The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 124, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 14, 1894, newspaper, July 14, 1894; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115548/m1/4/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.