The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 5, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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anl) OKLAHOMA CALL
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TIME TABLE—A. T. S. F.
THE PRESCRIPTION CLERK
I • "
I Hub to l.i 'i. bil wits about him, remember a
j ihoiutml and one tilings; mu«t be error-proof, j
careful ttml painstaking. II he does not pos-
sess all those virtues and numerous others
:.e has miss- -i his vocation* and this is as it |
s . :'■! ' as he oftitnes balances
LI F E A N D DEATH
In his hands. NVo employ no incompetent,
careless clerks but attend to the prescription
deputmeut ourselves, thus insuring neuuicy.
Then as we use only the highest grade of drugs,
we feel justifiable in soliciting your patronago
Wo make only a reasonable charge,
DO NOT PAY COMMISSIONS
Ani Havk No Fancy Piuckh.
R. J. WEEKS,
THE LEADING DRUGGIST.
If you get your prescription filled at Weeks'
they'r filled right.
No. 428 Local.
No. 41HJ . ..
No. 420 Local
... 2:13 p. in.
..12:26 a. in.
.. 5:1ft p. iu.
4:31 a. ra.
3:17 p. m.
" ' '.'.18.104.22.168 7:00 a. ni
No. 406carries through chair cars and .ill;
man hk-i'i ei>, n % ing t kansas Ut>.
i . m , Chicago, 10toO u m.
Mu, I Ml iiri ive; lit Wicbiia, 1 180 p,
Iu.iIm «. m: miikoa Willi" «<'"> ••
ui u iointii wiili I riswi li. It. Iin -t. IxJliib all I
No. 4uii and 17 innkes «!. connections at1
Purcell for all Texas points.
h. J. Mokgan, Agent. ^
Ch.ctaw Train Sorv ice.
The Choctaw train for the wcsl
ieavoa Oklahoma City nt So clock
a. iii.daiH making close comielious |
at Kl Hfiw jU'ic.io.i, w itli thi' son o
t tO 1111*1 t •'"C" i'.wr In I
from K. lily. retttnuiiH to |
OM ihoiii.i Cit} lil-M1' ^ j
•ciious w 11i ihc l.ot "
Kansas City and "" !
at v a. ill
at 'J, p. m
homa City '
■ and points
leaves In re
i• t Shawnee
Prof. Boyd was in Oklahoma City
Brack and Austin McGlathery
wore in the city Tuesday.
Mrs. M. McGinley has returned
from Mineral Wells, Tex., and Mr.
McGinley is about the happiest
mail in town.
Warren T. Mayfield, treasurer of
the Oklahoma Hoard of Pharmacy
went to Perry, Tuesday, to attend a
meeting' of the Hoard.
There will be preaching at the
Baptist church next Sunday morn
i 11nnd evening. Rev. Russell will
conduct the services
F. J- Mullock was in the clt* last
wi■ i■ k and informer us that his son
in.law. j E Wilson, has about re
covered 1 ''U bis serious illness
Grand Opcnini; of tin* Opera
House for Hi- senao : of iS05 00 by
Diclc P. Stt'ton "T '.us" Company,
i'nursday, Oct. 10th. Dont fail to
Tate and Kingkade's Column.
In Life Insurance Since Sept. 1st. 1805.
Sixteen men have received poli-
cies of life insurance through A*
gent Kingkade. aggregating the a-
bove amount since Sept. 1st, lKUa.
and is still writing applications for
more every day. The reason is ob-
vious: The New York Iafe Insui-
ance Co. has but one condition on-
ly one, that is that the assured pay
the dues promptly.
In Duty Hound.
It may be safely said that every
man who has others dependent on
him is in duty bound to insure his
life. Gko. CARY EUGLESTON.
Every mechanic and laborer
should assure ,as it would protect
himself, his family, and those with
whom he has business transact
I FALL ANNOUNCEMENT! J
Our Stock is complete in every de- f
«•« ri 1 • "fl "1 ^,TL 4- n j
C. W. Haswell and M. Dallmeier
have applied for a life insurance
policy through Agent Kingkade.
Every individual engaged in pro-
fessional or business life should as
sure, so that in the event of misfoi
tune orcalaniity. the amount paid
for insurance would be saved.
In 1891 the New York Life insur-
ance Company (in 31«i working daj s
of eight hours each,) paid to its pol-
icy-holders $1.73 every second;$104.-
22 every minute; !ft>,2a3.-j0 every
hour; #50,025.0:) every day; $3(l0,ln3.<l0
every sveek;$1.30o llO.'.Xlevery moiiib;
$15,605,003.00 from Jai nary 1 in He-
pai-tment, all of which was bought
before the ADVANCES which are |
i daily taking place. We would ad-
11 vise our friends to take advantage of
| our present low prices.
|j FARMERS! We want your Cotton and will pay you
the highest cash price.
lackey & Turk,
noma v ■ >> 1 *. i
Chicago and all points norfli .
east is much betier than any othei
line out of ihis city.
11 1'. Dr.s.v D. I', and I . A.
Carl Hotstord is ill of typhoid fe-
Nathan Turk of Lexington was in
A. S. Wood ring of Hall was in the
city this week.
Bob Webb of Stella was in the
R. M. < Iraham of Noble was in the
Willis Jones of Etowah was in
the city Wediu sday.
W. T, Nolan of Denver. O. 1.. w as
in the city Wednesday.
A. Hopping of New Castle, L T.,
was in the city \\ edncsthi).
Squire Sit dholute and lul Kent
were in ill ity Thursday.
; Martin of Atchison is
sister, Mrs. C'. L. Hols-
Wan-.'ii " .J . -lil returned from
Perrv, i hurs.la}'. where he attend-
ed tin meeting in tlrA Stale 1 liai-
inaceutical Hoard, of which he is
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hawk of
Washington, Kas., are \isiting
their daughters, Mrs. A. \\ . Fisher
and Miss Lillie Hawk. Mr. and
Mrs. Hawk will spend the winter in
Rev. H. J. Brown, pastor of the M.
E. Church south, writes us from El-
dorado Springs, Mo., that Mrs.
Brown's health is improving. He
also says that crops and finances
seem to be iu . very good condition
in parts of Missouri and Kansas.
lierry has returned
wjth her parents in
Mrs. J ltd •
Mrs. R. t
from a visit
G. W. Harris of Hall was
Mrs. L. A. Kipp of Atchison, Kas.,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hots-
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. McGinley has been dangerous-
C. Ford of Hall was in the city
Friday and called on the STATE
Greene Cotney of Dale was in the
city Thursday, shaking hands with
See the charming little Maud Sut-
ton as the frontier girl at theOpein
House, Oct. 10th.
The little daughter of Frank Mc-
Ginley fell off the porch Wednes-
day and broke her arm.
Geo. Smith suffered a relapse yes-
terday but in is thought that he
will pull through all right.
The law firm of Hotsford, Brewer
& Ross has dissolved and a pait
nership has been formed between
Messrs. Hotsford & Brewer, who
will take I are of all busines
trusted to their care.
Mi-, Ollie Pes singer of Earlboro
who baa been visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Simpson for
-onu time, returned home last Sun-1
day. She was the guest of Miss]
Simpson and is the daughter of Dr.
1\ singer, i prominent Earlboro
ptaysiciatis. She was very much
pleased 'Wtli Norman.
Contractor Moses Manire has
been building some counters this
week for W. A. Rutledge to be used
ill his elegant new store. Mr. Ma-
nire desires to call the attention of
those needing this class of work to
these counters and is willing to
make comparisons on finished pro
duct and price.
Ocalo, Florida. May 7, lS'.te.
New York L'fc Insurance Co.
New York City-
Dear Sirs: -Your check for
cash payment under third option
on illy policy No. 2011U2 dul) lc-
ceived. I am pleased to state that
you have paid me more than the
estimate made on same when I ap-
plied for policy, and the result is
very satisfactory to me.
D. A. MILI.KK.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Call at the office of Tate & King-
kade and consult regarding the
New York Life Insurance Co.
Beautiful stamped linens at the
NEW YORK RACKET. Just in.
When you are sleepy, sleep; when
you are tired, rest, when liungij
eat-when chilly take Cheatham s
Tasteless Chill Tonic and your
days iu the laud will be many. a0
and 7a cents. Guaranteed.
tit.■ u liny*
M. McGinley's store was burglni-
izerf again Saturday night. A few
dollars iu change was taken from,
the drawer and foiiu s.lverwaie
enrried off. Marshal Smith lias ar
tested one of the thieves and ba-
been pursuing the other one. -l> ;
McGinley has been robbed thiee
times in as many years.
If v nil- child is puny, fret I
troubled with glandular swellin
inthuncd e) e , or sote
i the head,
Your attention is called to the
mammoth ad. of the \\ icliita Store
in this issue.
Read the New York Racket ad. on
the first p ige. Mr. Williams is
bound to have his share of the bus-
iness and is ot.'eiing inducements
that ouolit to bring the trade.
Ov t.'r s.tj.i «••-.
The Ladies of the Baptist church
will give an oyster supper ruesday
evening, Oct. Hth iu the Jones buil-
ding, two doo! s west ot the Com-
mercial I Uitei.
For Sat«l and Trade.
1 have 7 acres of land and good
house adjoining Norman on the
south-east which I will sell cheap
and take part iu trade. Call on or
address, J. W. Simpson.
Cheatham's Tasteless Castor Oil.
as the name indicates, is a castor
oil so treated as to become palata-
ble. The medicinal virtues of the
oil is not in the least impaired, but
oh! Ill v. what an improvement in
the taste. Price 2r> cents.
l-'or tho Ladies.
stamped doilies, centre-
Highest Ht :>rs
pieces, tray cloth's, and lunch cloth,
alI on 'pure linen. At prices to sell.
NEW YORK RACKET.
For week ending Sept. 27,1800
Jenkins, Miss Ella
Jones, Mrs S D
Kennedy, Mrs Maud
Lusk, Mrs Nellie
Morse, Miss Minnie
Smith, Miss Maggie
Tombs, Miss Mattic
Williams, Miss May
N. B. and Snow flake are two pop
ular brands ot flour made by the
Norman Mill & Elevator Co. Try it
It pays to visit the N. Y. Racket
•cry day. New goods always ar
What is more discouraging or
debilitating than a bad case of
chills'." Nothing. Why then, mope
around all Summer, when a bottle
of Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Ton
ic will cure you': It never fails
Put up in SO and 75 cent bottle
Stamped linen dresser scarfs and
side-board covers at lowest prices.
NEW YORK RACKE1.
Snow flake flour is truly named
If you use this brand your bread
pies and cakes will be like snow
flakes. Norman Mill & Elevator.
The lady who imported a Peru
vian dog for the sake of his Peru
vian bark to cure chills had never
heard of Cheatham's Tasteless
Chill Tonic. It cures the chills
any where somehow and all it costs
is 50 and 75 cents per bottla. Guar-
W. A. Rutledge is now in his new
building and has complete stock
of lewelry, School Hooks and Sta-
tionery. All of the standard school
Geo Dresser desires to call your
attention to the fact that he has o-
pened up a n eat market, where he
will keep all kinds of fresh meats,
sausages, fish, oysters, and cured
face oi body, a course of Avers.-, i-
saparilla is needed to expel the
scrofulous humors from the blood.
The sooner you begin to < i\e t 11s
medicine the better.
Patronize home. Buy Norman
-For several months, 1 was trou-
bled with a persistent humor on
my head which gave me console, a-
ble annoyance, until it occurred to
me to try Ayer's Hair Vigor. Be-
fore using one bottle, the humor
was healed." T. T. Adams. General
Merchant, Turbeville, \ a^
I • 11 O T ( K > K A P 11 S
ONLY THE BEST
At Brooks New Studio, just north
of the Citizens Hank.
Some surprises in store lot JOUat
N. Y. Racket.
Wanted t' • ryl®.
\ finely improved claim (,a.rJ
field cunty. v, itli full line of Btock
and I'arniing Tools f«;r pn.pt rtj'Jn
Norman. Address this office witn
description of ProP.cr^' HAILEV.
Rutledge, at the new City Book
Store,has all kinds of school books
paper, pencils and slates.
Girl for general housework wan-
ted Good wages and steady em-
Ploy'"en t off er«lKgNvTTAT|.
North Peters Av.
The Dick W Sutton "Texas" com-
pany played at the opera house in
this city last Monday and Tuesday
evenings to the largest hous-
es that lias ever greeted any com-
pany here since Dublin was a town.
On the first evening of their en-
gagement they produced the his-
torical drama, "Texas," or " I he
Siege of the Alamo," the facts and
incidents of which are vivid in the ^
memory of many old Texans who
have not yet passed from the land
of the living and which are held in
sacred awe l>y the growing genera-
tion of young men and women.
The company is a company of art-
ists, and our citi/.ens consider it a
boon to have an opportunity of see-
ing them. Mr. Albert Taylor, the
star of the conipam. impersonat-
ing the brave and fearless J ini How-
ie, especially gained the admit a-
tion of the audience, while Miss
I Maude Sutton, as the frontier girl,
I interspersed the soeiunity of the
drama with the light-heartednessof
youth and blushing maidenhood,
and the entire personality was well
rendered throughout the play.
Dublin (Tex.) Progress, March 11th,
At Opera House, Oct. 10. Adinis-
sioti 35 and 50 cents.
work and admiring the collections
of the products of Cleveland coun-
ty soil, the party drove into Nor-
man, where they brushed away
some of the dust of the morning
drive and spent several happy
In the afternoon the party again
braved the terrors of the wind and
dust and drove out to the grounds.
The"first on the program for the eve-
ning was the riding contest for a
fine lady's saddle. A Miss Hill was
awarded the saddle. Then came
trotting races, running races, etc.,
the remainder of the afternoon,
j In the 2:30 trotting race Joe Orr,
I Brown Bonny, Texas Prince and
I Ethel E. were entered Joe Orr won,
three best in five one-mile heats;
Brown Bonny won the other two
heats, and made, a close race for
the third. Gray Squirrel, well
known here and owned by loin
Criteher, of this place, won 1st
money in the 'i mile dash pony
I The party defied wind and weatli-
'er and enjoyed the exercises of
the evening until at last all was
over, the Second Annual Fair of
the Cleveland County Agricultural
Society was no more, and the party
tired and dusty, but pleased with
the day's pleasures, started home-
ward. where tliej arrived without a
mishap to mar the pleasures of the
day. Lexington header.
Stall' Kulr ami l>a!ia Kltiositi"".
Oct. 19th to Nov. 4th.
For the above occasion the A. 1 M
S I- K. R. will sell round trip tick-
ets to Dallas for one fare fot the
round trip. Tickets on sale Oct. It.
to 3lst. R. J- Mokcan. Agt.
vVheat to be used for seed onl>
is now ready for delivery to far-
mers of Cleveland County at the
Fulcaster, NX OOct per bit.
l-'ultz, OOct t)
May, Met „ „
Mediterranean, OOct "
Turkey Red, .>7ct
Apply to. 1). L. LAKSll, Agt. for Co
Commissioners, Norman, O •
. -'Al * .•* f r
W alter, M
i 't i sons c
tiling for above letten
t. |. Johnson, P. M.
A pure Grape Cream ul
from Ammonia, Abi' i <>r J .
40 YEAH mi" TTAN! i
i\ v' made arrangements with
\ iiiL'.m'i of 1 lutchiiison,
to furnish seed wheat to
4 for n portion of the crop
,s. desiring to avail them-
I t". >r iqUcSt
ill at 1 mi' office ior particu-
tile tti<-ir applications. It
•d to furnish seed for
at less than 40 acres, but
1 • furnished
tins that it
e to plant a
• I.Y \ I t IK Co,
During the three years Hunts
Cure has been in use it has given
the most universal satisfaction as
i a remedy for all diseases and erup-
tions of t:>e skin. Ringworm, 1 et-
ter, Itch and similar troubles dis-
appear at once under its magic in-
fluence. 50 cents.
W. A. Rutledge has the only com-
plete stock of school books 111
Cleveland county, at the I ity Hook
Store, west of Central block.
Castor oil is a well known, safe
and reliable carthartic. However,
it-; nauseous taste renders it very
disagreeable to take, especially so
to children. Cheatham's Tasteless
Castor Oil, while containing all the
active principles of the pure oil, is
delightful to the taste. 1 rice .0
Look in the NEW YORK KACK-
i KT window and se ■ the knitting
silk. 10c a spool.
Oj i'er Supper.
The Ladies of the Catholic church
will give an oyster supper Saturday
Oct. 5tll, in the building opp site
, the Opera House. All are cordial-
ly invited to come out and eat oys-
ters and enjoy a good social time.
Ui. Price's Cream Baking Powder
A Pure (lrape Cream ot Tartar Powder
lluelUin'K Arnica Satve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, l lcers, Salt-
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter Chap-
ped Hands, Chilblain Corns a d
all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is criiarantccd to give perfect sat
is faction, or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. hor sale at
Blake & Scott, druggists.
The Gospel meetings at the
Christian church are continuing
with increasing interest. I he
chart sermons of Rev. Boggess 111 e
instructive and very interesting.
The old Gospel never loses its
power 011 the hearts of men as is
j fully attested by those manifesting
Corbett-1'"it/.si 1111110ns Glove Con-J
test is advei tiscd to take place at
Dallas, Tex., Oct. 3Ut. Special ar-
; rangements have be- n made under
which tickets for reserved seats
! may be procure^ in advance. Call
at depot and see diagram of the
amphitheatre in which the contest
is to take place. Seating capacity
51,012. One fare for the round trip,
i Tickets on sale Oct. 10 to 31st, good
| to return until Nov. lOtli.
R. J. mokga.n, Agt.
A sane man's conscience surel)
endures great agonies while his
carnal mind is e uployed in offer-
ing arguments in favor of mono-
metalism. When his first, last, and
all the argument is that it must
keep gold from leaving our coun-
try. If gold does leave our coun-
try and silver conies to take its
place as the gold-bug argues it
will, it would then surely leave our
country in a better condition than
to have a gold basis with the gold
leaving our country and a little
debt of $100,<XX),(XK) coming to take
its place. If monomelalists had
rather have the debt just for the
sake of trying our credit, let them
take it and we will take the silver.
Miss Lucy Edwards w ho lias been
011 the sick list for the past week is
able to be in school again.
Mr Sain Downing from the Chick-
asaw Nation visited his brother, II.
Downing last week.
The Rev. Kelley began a protract-
ed meeting at Pleasant Valley Sal-
Mr, George Irwin from South Da-
kota is in our vicinity again shak-
ing hau ls with bis many friends.
Mr. Bob Louis has exchanged his
farm for a farm in Arkansas.
Mr. Wm. Louis of Arkansas
moved to our vicinity. N
A Kay at the Fair.
On Saturday morning last, "ye
editor," in company with Messrs
E. J. Keller, and Preston Stovall
and Misses Alice Keller, lenuu
Trotter and Mettie Stovall, started
to Norman to spend a day at the
j Cleveland county fair, that being
the last day of the same. The party
j drove through iu buggies and ar-
j rived at the fair grounds at 10
i o'clock After spending some time
viewing the fine display of fancy
New < nntl«' Happening*.
M r. (i. Truiiken boti Ity left for lex.
the early part of last week.
Boys, you must subscribe for the
State Democrat for each one of
you will be written up in the near
The last weeks sale of W. t.reelv
was a success.
Hay stacks are still going up.
There will be enough surplus hay
and other rough feed in our 30111-
■uunity to winter "<>:) head of stock.
We are alright in every respect
this year. We have plenty to live
011 and plenty for our stock.
Some fine agricultural land and
Miss Alice Davidson has gone to
Purcell to attend school this win-
There was a ball given at the Ho
hemian hall in Oklahoma Wednes-
day night. Some of our New Cas-
tle people attended.
The Cherokee Strip has now had
two birthdays, and it feels big e-
nougli to boss Ok la. proper.
L. C. Cove was in our little berg
Miss Euln Kelley is visiting
friends iu Minco this week.
Sunday was one of the colelest
days of the season.
l)r. Kelley contemplates a visit to
Oakland, I. T.. next week. The Dr.
is holding a protracted effort at
Pleasant Valley, O. 1.
Some of the Chickasaw people at-
tended meeting in Ok. Sunday eve-
Misses Nora Pyle and Pearl
Brownfield of Minco were the
guests of Misses Octave and Dora
Kelley Saturday and Sunday last.
The Sherman brothers of Waldon
I. T. spent Sunday in this city.
Mr. John Martin and daughter
Nellie were shopping in Norman
C. P. Riley was iu Ok. City Friday.
Reports a dull place.
Mr. Hallmark and son Marshall
passed through our country last
We saw Eel Johnson and family
out driving Sunday eve.
Miss Dora Dennis is visiting her
sister, Mrs. 11. Sumpter, this week.
Little Reyford, son of Dr. and
1 Mrs. Kell) , is vcr> *iel;. R0X.V.
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