The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 5, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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JVND OKLAHOMA CALL.
| iti1m8hki> 8bmi-wbkk1.v .
mort l. bixler. ■ editor-
minnie m.htxler, .' business manaoer
Matter Intended tor |>iil.iiciitton In Satur-
day's tmpcr i-lniuM rfiit'li tills "flic*. not llller
iln'm I'riilm nnoii, ii<l fur Weclnemliiy HI';1',
notliiter tiiHii Tuesduy noon, to Insuro pub-
Norman continue!! to be lite bent
cottou market in Oklahoma-
I >i 1111 forget that the Editorial
Association nni 11 meet in Norman
mi the Kith.
The deep water convention at To-
|,i:ka was a success, and much good
It is now an assured fact that
there is a law against prize-fighting
in Texas .
We hope that the Free Home
League, when it meets at Perry, will
not fail to tell Congress that we
want and must have statehood.
The President litis commuted the
death senleiier "I ( 1 vlt' Mullox to
imprisonment lot' lit*'.
The friends of statehood seem t«>
be in n si-rl of stupor. We stiL';"-t
tlii.t tuiot ir r ■ oi., i iii ion wi ntd
make everybody feel better.
number in which Mowgli makes
his final adieus, appears for the
first time before an American audi-
ence the now-fumed Richard Le
(i allienne in a plea for religion un-
der the title of "The Greatness of
Man." Drake—who is said to be|
Kipling's favorite artist for his
.Jungle Stories—Carter Beard, Os-
terlind. Denman, and Kenible, are
among those vho contribute a
wealth of illustration to this num-
ber. The Cosmopolitan announces
that it will begin the publication in
January of The Agriculturalist's Il-
lustrated Magazine, to be fully e-
ijual to The Cosmopolitan, but con-
taining from sixteen to twenty pajj-
cs by the ablest agricultural writ-
ers of the world on subjects of im-
portance to the agriculturalist, hor-
ticulturist, and stock-growing in-
Notice For Publication.
The Norman I
Association is in a nourishing con-
dition. Kver\ eiti/.eii "l the city
,, count I ouiii be ind rrstetl in
It will |. \
lill.li ll i ii. Ins ol
and it is reasonably i
one can be established
nougli farmers can lie
will furnish milk.
•rrtuiii ih i
ht'ie II i-
There is now twenty feet ol wat-
er over the bar at Galveston, which
means that large cotton ships can
clear for Manchester without the
ust,' of a lighter. When we get the
right kind of freight ratet to Gal-
veston, we will have tin era of pros
peritv, unheard ol in the South-
If you have a lew dollars to in
y.'st each month you should put it
Into the Building and Loan Associ-
ation. If you are a farmer or a
working man it will pay you. If
you dont fully understand its plans
call on one of i B ollicers and have
K \ < I ISSION NOTKS.
Arrangements have been made
lor transportation over the Choctaw
tor those coming from the east or
west, side of the territory.
The Secretary forwarded ti re-
Hiiest for transportation for seven-
Oct. -1st is Texas l'rcss day at
the Dallas Fair, and the Oklahoma
editor4 are invited to be there on
that date. This will l>e agreeable
to all concerned.
We are urged to spend a good
big long day in Dallas, and if we
are received as warmly as our iu\i-
tation is pressing, one day will
All cotton Statei
and fertilizer ic.-s.
(•lit reports i cm
hale:- I e- than
pondeuts rcccu 11v repot i
fully ll'I'ci' Week.- lalitr a
ating a much laru'-i i •
expected, and southern spinners
buying more Iret ly t:ian year ago.
Asa rule south rn p rat,or-are
more bulli-h now lban I ey we;c
hearish last March at out #Ki
per bale less. Mr. Ellison is re-
ported as believing A will
not have to make up any shortage
on occou lit ol a. short lil'a/i I i o • : '|i
this season, allhough l.t.-l ;• car ; o-
bably 000,000 bales went to make
that deficiency. Ibo ball Liver
print cloth market holds firm at
jiitside prices of "-Jc. Stocks are
reported as less than half those a
year ago and less than oue-thiid
those two years ago. The recent
cold weather South has stimulated
a desire to buy cotton in all posit-
ions. Late cables re-echo and
confirm the bull feeling and in-
dicate iminese transactions and
much higher prices may prevai.,
and that sanguine bulls may yet
realize their expectations of 10 cent
cotton on this crop, and that the
recent advance is based on .some-
thing more tangible than froth.
Ci ait «& Co.
Land Office ut Oklahoma, Okl i l ! ,'"r
Notice is hereby given tli.it tl e
named settler bus tiled notice of hi- "
tioa to make llnul proof In support <>t >i*
claim, and thai said proof will bo made be-
fore K. .1 Wilklns. Probate Judge, at
Norman OT, on Nov. i;J 1FV>, \;z.
Harriet It. \N arrcn.
widow of Nathaniel NV. Warren.
fortlu- nw i-iecr-StwpOi, r.niifi' ' ;11 .
Ho llllIIH'H tlio tollovvli. . Willi, ' I >OJ'
his continuous residence upon ana cuiuvu
tIon of salil land, viz:
1, K. Herry, W.N.I Hedge, Tyler IUuUe, 1. I-
tvnse.ot tiormtin. O.T. ^ ^ ,HII1. Y|
In (liu District Court el Cleveland
('iiiintv, Oklulionia Territory.
Pal lick I lick. , . Plaintiff. J
V H . /
Catherine Hiciioy, Dolenlaut. )
ISaiil Defcnilant, Catlieiine llickey,
will take notice that slie lias been
sued in the above naincil court, tor
divorco ami must answer
the petition of plaintiff filed therein
by lite Haiti plaintiff, on or before, the
12thday of November. A. I). 1MI5, or
saiit petition will he taken a* true ami
judgment tor said plaintiff in said ac-
tion for a decree aiiuulling their mar-
riaga contract will bo rendered.
Clerk of said Court,
liy Tressa Meek, Denutv.
Letlm (iiithrie, Attorney for Plain-
Mr. George W. Tuley
■■■OJUMI >' '-'H?
® • ®
@ ~T"HE NEW YORK Bargain Store is @
@ starting out this Fall and Winter with a g
® better and bigger stoch than ever before, @
a and it will be to your advantage to trade ^
^ with us. Our stock is carefully selected,
y well assorted and bought right. @
Notlce for Publication.
(.and Ollli'e at ()ki<>. • •
lie,', Nolle.' is lieroliy l-Ivoii t.hlit tin
I,m l'uvliif.1 - I t:. I- tiM-tll.-.l it Ills in-
tention I" lllllU.' Illl'll I'l'OOl i>i«iil>poit ol ll«
i.lalm. smd linn >*ald protil "ill be made bc-
i-orn s Wilkin. l'r« !uiU .linl re .it
Norman, a T. on Nov.II !«♦:,. vi/...
Mincrvn v I ' <•
for the lot s ;] n w 1, s e l-l ni* «
kcc t wp W n n n e 8 w. H
nameB the foil
Smith, ol N-ninnfi,
1.1 lid Oeh - ill •
Notice i- Ii'
n tint d >< t t « ■ I1
|.) make tillill p:
t ion t)l s;«id
W 15. Iii
.. prove hip
Our selling prices are the lowest in town
in Ury Goods, Men's and Boy's Clothing, La-
dies, Men's and Children's Shoes and Boots,
Ladies and Men's Furnishing" Goods, Hats,
U WUV«!.;D -
ffiir" : Miu Fnllnu/pH ® Ladies, you should see our line of Jacke ®
(Uwtv.i.j/ rOllOWfiu jgj Capes. The New York Bargain Store @
Cured of Rheumatism bj @ Second door west of Opera Hous®' T
Hood's Sarsaparllla. Y. SEUAL. ^
" I ui'.s ta!;™ down with rheum- Msm ov®rh*
advisi' 1 mo t > t. y Hood's Sarsaparllla. I too*
lilm i.t his word and pet a bottle of It, and sine#
have taken ri -'at hot Jes of It.
It Has Cured Mo
y\], :i liio i! . ."3 t\.u!d dome no good what-
c After liolu^ he;:, f.tod so much from this
., < . i e l.eoi'.'s Sarsaparllla ns a
! ,:! ; .... I also ; '.vise e"e.y one
y, >is . . wu.i raeumatl: n not to be with-
q - h
It; U:Y, I
•rsnynrllla. i am a farmer, and
, 1, s • .1 irn -nuch energy and
, • , t- • •' r ... ;• y worli." GeokoB >V.
H jod'o :: ' h:md ma,l0«aml P°rfec^
In L>ropiirtion and ai'i'oui'anoe. 25c- a box.
Notice for Publication*
' VVntl Olh'.-e nt Oklahoma O T. Jjopt'M1}'5
v . u luM-tdiy ylven that the lollowlny
11• 11• i;m! M I |er h:.s tiled rotie * « f his Inlen-
I)ii .1 proof hi V'l'P0"' «;f ,l-
,, • - ii!.'. ili:it proof will Iw mado b«•
I",,-., s I i 1 ki11-4 P i>.i• .ludgo at Norman
' 51 I T>. viz:
r, Mtt >re < . T.
. M. Ullley,
: • i w ji «.i ii runfro ~ w
leio.wli.K vlliiess.es to pn.vo
,. . | ,11 1 nee upon and eultlva-
s'rott i'tSii'p*"^ ™'<,ul, Juhn WB,kor'w A
Starne*.of Nommn, O. I. ,, M„,MI.SY
S' rr -r v ,-r*.
VTOTICK Ii hereby given that <; Bpraoe h«j
•> litiMl hi- Ix.n.l ,111.1 |.,.tuiim lu'.'.ir.ling to law
Ualn«foa.OTfora period of tweWe month..
In the pi.ib.ite Court in and for
couat;, Oklahoiua Teriltory.
in the matter of the estate of I
()i? reiulMii: nnd llllng the petition ol K. K.
lou. fievehiiid eeunly, netting torth
thiit I". <• l.ovd died intestate on or about the
"Tth .liiyofS.pt. 1 and praying that h i
ter> i f Administration <>f the estate of said de
'clued be issued to Paul r. I- s?ly, of Cleveland
eounty. oklahoma Terrttory,
Ii Ik ordered, that said application and peti-
tion !"• hflird l .v the.1r.lge id Probate In and
for Cleveland eounty, Oklahoma tenit<>r\, at .i
regular term to ne held at hlsothee ill thei to\j n
liufdaVof"Oct, °iSSb! at •"
I 'that .liy. "'EftS,,,.
l) t...l Oct. l t, 189,'.. Probate J uii|f.'
l'l1 liLK A'l'lON M1TII E.
We,C.W. CAK8Y, :i resident <>t
Wichita, Kansas, and Joseph (j.
Cakky. ii rosi.U'itt i>t c hi1 111.*1.,
do hereby certify that we are the
only members of the partnership
doing business at ti.■;Mown of N.or-
„ia„, .iilly of t'lev. land, l.-ri.to-
i-v oklahoma, uuder the Itriu
name of NoK'MAN l.t mhek Cn. an.,
that our places of ref idence are .t>
hi Witness Whereof we have
hereinitii subscrihed our
this 20th dav of September, Is,u.
C. W. CARBY.
j.ia, G. Carey.
State of Illinois. \
County of t ook. \ IVrsontillj ap-
peared before the understgneu, a
notary public in and for said coun-
ty and State. C. W. Care> and Jos-
eph ti. Carey, known to me to be
the person^ composing the pai tnet-
ship doititf business at Norinan.Ok
lahoma under the firm name ol
Norman Lumber C <>., each si^mtm
above certificate in my presence,
and acknowledging the execution
of same to be his voluntary act.
Witness my nana ; ti<i
notarial seal this 20th
i \L. dav of September, lS'.KV
J. 1'. CAREY.
! To whom it may concern: wnttT
Notlw is lien'l.y >ven liat IUe *
i. ve made apnllcation, tllod "J1."
, ,j||„|, ;ni,t 1'oinl as riMiiiimi t.y li.w in the
; ,lt the ri.'i k lit" til,'Board of Counts
uk-vcltin.lt'oui.ty o. '.for
.... linn, t" ol.tnliilMir ,1 llwns." to sell at
,i 1 in,ill an.I spirituous liqums in the
. ■ ... ...< 1,1 miiitkt l" till*, I
town ot Le
aim K|Mtii« u° - -
I don said county mid territoiy.
" H. Wynne ( o. Clerk.
in one of the most la
farm for Bale:-'Three miles from Lexington,
in one ot uie 1 epote of Oklahoma. 100 acres of good till-
able laiul; 40 acres in .11 ilfa and 55 acres of bearing orchard, plenty ot
good water. Have bu, ines, in Lexington and want to sell so that I
can better attend to my business 1 will make the terms easy to suit
•ii 1 Tliia Plnrp vill M'll Oil 1 tS 0W11 mei'llS II >'Oll
responsible i)iircli;^« r. 1 Ins i. i-ice a in >^-n
will call and see it. Cail on or .'1 ••->1 .1. b. ^ ' rp
N.itlcc of Publication.
lT. S. LAND Office, at j
«> . vii.im v City O. T., Sept. 1*.', 1 s'. 5.\
.; i. hen l.y Kl\en that the following
<fttlei lios tiled notice of hi - intention
„ ii' .- final , I support 'I1'UV i,l\vnkVIifi
. i.i |,r(i,11 . , I he made before b •' \\l!ihn'8
.Vie Judge :it Norman, O T. on Oet. J
n ' Jiinics W. ltohbcrson,
• n c ' i -ee twp 10 u. ninge 1 r.ast.
81 '■ b. m. DlLLKY, RlKlstcr.
° n'i!" Notice ror Publication.
named settler Ims tiled notice of
tomulv'- final proof ill s PPor^® ir. Si * 1
,i ii .t - iiil oroot' will he made he 1 oil . J
W ilkiuft ProbiltP Judge, ut Norn,,,,, O.T.on
Oct. :.S 1895, s Phillip,
Tnr the :i w socl8 twp ii r 2w
H • nil,Ill's the lollowlntr witnesscs
I i- continuous residence upon i.nd eultlva-
Hill, K. M. nattleld. D.
A. Mitrtlr, nil ol Norman 0.b1.m_ ^ ^
THE CAREY-LOMBARD LUMBE
Lone Livery, Feed and
^Not'ice" IS Vieivbwiven ti. it Paul
lias nia.le nppliealion, 'I « W
fXr&SFSBFfr Vie Board .,1
County ,'.>„i.iil"-si.>.,ei"s ol
oT for the puvpo e ot oh. ;i...n., ti ,-\c u
^ell at reii.il in Jt and soinlU'-'U* liqitoi > m
Hotlca .>f Application r.>i Prob tc r« 111.
iiinty of Cleveland.
Ti rritorv of Okbhoir :i • t.
In I roPait
In the matter of tin- esti
of c. >. I'orply. Oeoea?*
Memphis, Tenn., Oet. 1.—A sun-1
sational setuuhtl reached its elinu.x
here today when Dr. J. Frank Kd-
oar of Lexington wits arrested and
jailed for perjury In July hist
Edgar eloped from Lexington with
the wife of C. 1!. Davidson, both
leading families. They went to
Oklahoma, intending to reside there
thk riu.ivr confesses.
Father UnRiicr r.re.i h t'oniplettdy Down
nnd Asks to Marry the CSlrl.
Sr. Joseph. Mo., Oct 3.—Maude
the I 1th
it to an I
vo of time
vinv v. ill.
li d \v of
- : id dllj
pteniher. A. D- 1-'-'
. iveti, that this day. the -1 1
.*1). at hlo'ehnk. \ (M.ol
'"mHy'd'cieveV.il'l'h ii'ie h'eli «PP i'f-
t|, 0 and ph.ee V pm^iw Ihewlll
She looked I ami w i "I i iierson inU rcsii .1 ma> apptai
linppv when slio ulielitcil from th« I "'
train, but the meeting" with her \ ~ - i
mother was very sorrowful. Elandt, "j ^ \
lather Wag tier's brother-ln*l w, I
whs also one of the party. He was iu >utlc>. "f A|>|.lie.ith
the custody of n detective. Father sUmliiiR imlebit
Waaner hits confessed everything and of Norman, oul
Notice for I'lll.licatl..".
Land Ollicc ut Oklahoma O T,
Sept. • 1N9j>. )
N"l!r;etl!e"iiai' ti^d notl^eVr'Ms 'huin'tion
that said proof will be made before S J, W ilki.is
Probatu Judife at Norman O T. oil Oct.
18.t.>. 112, William II. Davis
his eontinuoua residence upon and cultna
tion of. said land, viz: .inihiiin Joe.
w Hays. Norman O. 1. J-.T'u t
White .I. Newman, all of linn i.
b. M. Hillby Register.
OT. (I Uflnllli X'CV. *'• * — | UU .1 * * 'V,. I
Steidel arrived home from Chicago thl« of ViAV.u.n ot nTuhm .1. "..r|.
morning', uecomptinied by licr brother-, mice to her ol Letters Admin^n
in-law. Eli Podvant
i ;itc«l ii -
efund the Out-
of the \ lllaro
has naked permission to marry the
UKHtiioniU) inn HMiKg ...... — .— fifirl. llis confession is made to Sheriff
until they could }iet divorced from j Adrim ,> and Alexander I'odvant, Maud
rpi Steidol's uncle. No action has vel
their respective spouses. 1 he- I been taken hy relatives.
were comnelled lit leave theie fot i
\\erb l.nil lit n l oiiiid w11h llt Tlfioal (lit.
some reason not yet explain, u, anil j i.oi-ist an i. Mo., on. a. A messetijjei
three weeks ajjo tliev arrived ill from Ashley states that the body ol
Memphis. Doth mad. 1 K"y Tolbert' aged 4°' " bachcl°r f"r,n*
. . " cr who had been itiissinf? since Sunday,
f.ir divorce, milking oath that they illls been found in his pasture, the
months, as the law requires I'lte
truth came to linht and today Kd-
gar \va« arrested, as stated.
Mrn Davidson lias not bt en ar
rested. II. r htisliind lists heen no
to ear. It is not
throat cut front eai
known whether ho ,
. or was murdered.
Wasui.mho.v, Oct. y. -The monthly
! statement of the director of the mini
1 shows coinage diiriusr the month ol
Notice is hereby ulv.
an act of the legislate
rltory of oklahoma. :,i
entitlcil "an act to nit
Oklahoma, counties, t
rations, the Hoard ol I
and school districts, t
mi nt of outstanding
ioge of Normal , OKla
on the lath day • 'Ht
before the district e.>-
in the Territory of «
i that In pursuance
assembly of the Tc
1,roved Man h Mh, 18!
lori/e the Territorj
i s, muiihip ll CO l'l
Soticc For Publication.
Land Office at Oklahoma. V>1k!i,Vi,SeV.Vllowin*
\iiiice is In rehv Riven that tlio following
• .t11 .lisia tiled notice ot his inlen*
i'W.VTA muko Hnul 1-loot in support, of his
, ,1111. :iml that siihl proof will he made'helore
,1 Wilkins, l'rohate judge, at Norman,
im ' i. t 1895, viz:
Noble W. Meek.
u," the «• w 1-4 see 21 twp 10 n range lw.
He names the following witnesses to )ro\c
his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of. said land Viz. atevens
I i| i ove, Norma O • \ V
j D. Shnpson,Franklin O.T. L. II. Jennings
11. M. Dili.ky, Heurister
Notice for Publication.
Best Horses and Finest Rigs in the City. Horses
Boarded by the Day or Week. w
Daily Hack Line to Tecumseh.
TAYLOR & GREENLEE, Prop.s
N. W. GRIFFIN,
K. F. TAYLOR,
sue liouds lu pn.v-
a nt indebtedneBs"
r 7 '; silver, SIT 1.1'
414. Total coin air
follows: 11 old,
■ ... ; , , ut oklahoma o T.. Sept 1M'5.
. iVl.Vivbv Riven that the following
111.•has lite,I noilee of 1.1a.Intent, on
,, ,t., Una! jiroo! 111 support ol h*s claim,
' "-['W ,rool- wni be made before J
y v iik in-, i «>ii ii'- •' udge at not mini O i.
.. Nov. 1^ 1 Vi//
Fr tik Patterson,
i , 11 • i w I -1 e • Ti twp 9 c r2 w,
• , , (in' follow in >r witnessi s to prove
' ......l.>nc«> u|*oti ai d eultlva-
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.
DlltECT.tltS WHO <i, AKAMKK CAUBH I. & CONSKRVATIV K MANAflKM KNT
ir 1) Adkins, S. A. Waits, N. W. Griffin, E. Clap ham,
I C A Hcrington L. Pay ton, John Merkle, E. K Taylor, j
W. J. Kcllcy.
Does a General Haiiking Business. Accounts and Collections Solicltci j
| Safetv I"in- Proof Vault, Screw Door, Triple "1 line Lock Safe. Valuable | ^
j Papers ami Records Stored Without Charge. Wt
court hou <
Terrltoi >. >
gald court t
rant Inde1- t
,1 [)• •lllnir. N
uml nil her
• s lakdokkice, at j
1,'m \. O. I .Sept. 1-. 1IW" - i
viven that tiie following
,1 uotiei' of lus Intention
in support i f his claim,and
i bo mnde before8 '• ^ H*
c ut Norman, O. T., oa Nov
pi i ■ n r w
: .,. in-r wit neto prove
RP ingle, A T. Itof
B. M Dilley, Register.
cdil 10 literature. Ill tile same 1 cash In the treasury.
f the United State*
P, WllOI) Vill'
nr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Medal and Olrtonia.
norman meat market -
McCLINTOCK & MILLER, Prop's,
iliesl Miirkct Prkc
lliilt's ami Furs./
ilciih's in ill KiinK
h\\ Kiivds of Sausage.
. M, I. \ .UK IN UK.VHOS. i
fresK, ialt.dar.d Smoked FleaiS.
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