The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 52, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 11, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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Oriic ^tatc democrat.
AND OKLAHOMA CALL
time table-a. t. s. f.
2:13 p. m.
12:26 ti. ui.
5:15 p. m.
4:27 a. m.
3:17 p. in.
7:65 u. in
No. 4-« XH.U 1" QOJNQ NORTH,
NO. 4l tt
N... «' THAIN'BBKvic*.
No 406 carries through chair cars aud PulJ-
uiau Sleepers,arriving ut Kausas Litj, b.~,<
p, in,. Chicago. i):ti a. in.
N 408 arrives at Wichita, 10:35 p, m. K.ui-
.uafiitv U-50a. m; makes close connections
at Wichita Willi "rlsco 11. it. for St. Louis and
points East. _____ .—
No 405 and 4o7 makes close eonuoclious at
Purcell lor all Texas points.
li. J. Moiioan, Agent.
Now Choctaw Time Table
The passenger train on this di-
vision leaves O. K. City now at 8
o'clock a. ni. and goes to hi Keno.
It returns at 11:30 a. m. and eontiu-
„es on to Shawnee, doubling back,
arriving here from the east at .>:to
n. in. The train continues on west
and returns hete at 7:30 p. ni. 1 his
completes the regular passenger
The local accommodation train
leaves this city at 7 o'clock in the
morning for the east, going as far
as Shawnee and doubling back, ar-
riving from Shawnee at 7:30 p. in.
This train does not go west to lil
Reuo, , . , ,
All but one of the freight trains
stop at Oklahoma City, the traliic
between Oklahoma City and South
McAlester being much heavier than
west from this city. Times Journal.
HOW ABOUT XMAS?
Dont you want gome of that nice
Sheet Celluloid which we have just
put on sale.' We have It in several diff-
erent colors and any lady can make frames
and ornaments at half the coat of those
ready made at the stores We can furnish
you with the celluloid at the surprisingly
low price of 5 cents for
2C 2 QUA RE INCHES!
Remember this is just half the price
you have been accustomed to paying for
it. We know times are hard but you
must fix up something for the little folks
for xmas. Come und see us and we'll
help you to muke your money go as far as
possible. Would you like
SOME DOLL HEADS?
To dress up the old dolls with? We
h ave u nice lot of them at prices ranging
from 10 cents up to |2.00. We can sell you
a nico large doll head at from 40 to 70
cents. We also have a nice assortment of
dolls just made to fit all kinds of purses.
If you want any kind of Christmas pres-
ents call and sec us and we'll save you
R. J. WEEKS.
the leading druggist.
Geo. Julian will take charge of
saloon formerly kept by W. S. Mc-
Carroll Monday Jan. 13.
Hear the band to-day and we
think it will inspire you with pride
that Norman has such a musical
I will open first-class saloon next
door to Briggs & Runyan Monday,
Jan 13. Finest whiskeys, wines and
cigars ever brought to the city.
dy's. All report a splendid time
eating turkey. "Wont say anything
about the boiled custard and egg-
Mr. Harry Stevens will commence
teaching school at the l.oiuloii
school house Monday.
We are sorry to note that Miss
Kice Wall is 110 better, but is grad-
ually growing weaker every day.
Mrs. Hardy is visiting friends in
the Pott country at the present
Miss Annie and Myrtie Seetin
were in Clifton this afternoon.
The people of Clifton and vicinity
happened to quite a misfortune
Christmas eve. The Christmas tree
caught on tire from the candles.
Most all of the presents were burn-
Well, no more for this time,
"L. B. H."
Copy fur rubllcatlon.
Semi-Annual statement of rlie Financial
Condition of the Norman lluiidliig and I.oun
Association as required by the laws of the
Territory of Oklahoma:
Kxpensci i ' j
Cash with Treasurer 136 4V
Hills lteeelvablf sorurcd by Ileal IMato
First Moi (agei 1,1 ,KI
paid-in Capital 4took [ 5~J oonta per
share per month
l'rotlts undivided January 1st, 18Kl
At 2 o'clock, in the afternoon!
W. T. Tate went to Oklahoma City
Y. Segal was in Oklahoma City
J. a. Wilson of Stella was in the
J. H. Gagan went to Oklahoma
City on business.
Capt. J. D. Maguire was in Okla-
homa City Wednesday.
Dick Thompson and D. L. hvans
of Case were in the city Thursday.
Prof. DeBarr has so far recovered
that lie is able to lie conveyed to
the class-room to hear recitations.
Grandma Corrette is much better
and has been able to sit up. We
hope to hear of her complete recov-
Dr. Thrcadgill went to Oklahoma
City Wednesday and was an inter-
ested spectator at the statehood con-
President Boyd went to Oklalio
ma City Tuesday to attend a meet-
ing of the Board of Regents of the
There will tie a series of meetings
held at the Baptist church begin-
ning next Sunday and continued
during the week.
Hon. W. T. Mayfield of the Oltla
horna Board of Pharmacy attended
ii meeting of the Board on Tuesday
and Wednesday at Oklahoma City
John Mc.Carroll is visiting his
brother Sid McCai n.II. Mr. McCar-
roll represents Shibley A .Wood,
wholesale grocers, at \ an Buren,
Mr. a. C. Wendell, the advance a-
gent for Capt. Jack Crawford, "The
Poet Scout," was ia the city this
wl. k making arrangements for
that celebrity to appear in our city
We arc pleased to note 'lie fact
fhat Norman has a new grocery
linn. II is now Briggs. tt'oodard &
Martin, i:i the place of I. \\ . ii iggs
& Co. Perry tYooi'ard, the new
member of the linn, is our efficient |
city clerk and Is deservedly popu-
lar with all who know him. We
wish the new firm much success.
Miss McIntosh, a deaf mute, was
mar ried to Mr. K. Carter last Satur-
day tu McGinley, Minor, & Berry's
store, Judge Grigsby officiating-
It was qJiite a funny ceremony as
the judge is not proficient in the
deaf and dumb language, but he
managed to splice them so that
they went away satisfied. The con-
tracting parlies live in the north-
east part of fho county.
Highest Honors—World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder, lice
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
"Mr. F. L. Mackey and his wife,
To celei'rate their wedded life
Ol ten brief years of joy and bliss,
Present tlieir compliments with
And say that at the hour of eight,
O11 January fourth, which is the
They wish to see you at their home
And by this token bid you come.'
The society event of last week
was the celebration of the tenth an-
niversary of their marriage by Mr
and Mrs. F. I*. Mackey at their
pleasant home in the north part of
the city. 'Their invitations were
unique and worthy of mention in
connection with the event, so we
quote it to begin with.
Promptly at eight the guests be-
gan to arrive and found a delight
ful reception awaiting them. The
rooms were tastefully decorated
with tin foil, in harmony with the
significance of the event. Festoons
of tin foil were hung around each
1-00111, while tin foil butterflies and
ornaments were scattered in profu
sion. The time was enlivened by a
poetical quotation, guessing con
test; the remainder of the time was
occupied by pleasant conveisation,
conventional small talk and van
ous topics of the day. At the pro-
per time refreshments were served
consisting of assorted cakes, cheese
straws, pickles, ice cream, anil cof-
fee. It was midnighterethe guests
began leaving, so swiftly had the
time sped and the host and hostess
were the reci[ ients of many con-
gratulations and wishes of contin-
ued happiness from the many
guests, The following is the list of
those in attendance: Messrs. and
Mesdames Tate, Wiggins, Botsford,
Acers, Thrcadgill, Hamilton, Gal-
braith, A. B. Williams, lid wards,
Marquart, McMurtry, Malier, E. F.
Taylor, Kellev, Boyd, Elder, Bes-
si-ut, T. K. Smith, Kingkade, May-
field, lurk, Hay, Bixler, Mrs. Wolf,
Kingfisher, anil Mr. J. 1). Maguire
Lack of space forbids the mention
of the many appropriate presents,
but will do so in the next issue.
Try one of those nice dinners at
the Boston Restaurant.
First class dress-making can be
secured at Miss Rice's dress-mak-
ing parlor over the New York Kack-
H. W. Stubbeman carries the on-
ly complete line of harness, saddles,
etc., in Cleveland county. Call 011
him for prices.
Evening dresses and fancy waists
made at Miss Rice's dress-making
parlor over the New York Racket.
Style and fit guaranteed.
Stub the harness-maker can fur-
nish you with anything in his line
and at prices you can afford to pay.
He carries a complete stock of liar
ness, saddles, whips, and robes.
Repairing neatly done.
Ice cream every Sunday for din
ner at the Boston Restaurant.
Territory of Oklahoma
County of Cleveland j , , ,
A. Kingkade, of lawful age bo ng flrat duly
sworn, says that he is the seeretary of the
Norman Building and Loan Association nd
that the above und foregoing ftatoment of
the financial condition of the said association
is a true and corrcct statement.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 8th
. . day of January 1WW. W. T. T atk
< seal. - Notary Public.
1 My commission expires Sept 14 1H97
Go to Mills and f?et f)01bs. oat
incal for $1.00
Buy your coffee at Mills at 20c. a
I 7m x
301bs Navy beans for $1.00 at
If you want a nice place to board,
call on M. B. Price at the Oklahoma
| Clothing at your own price at
houis Kenner wants to see all of
his old customers and a largo num-
ber of new ones at the Norman
At cost! Heating stoves at J. \Y.
Brown & Bro.
Go to the Boston Restaurant for I
a meal or lunch. Open day and .
We are having some very cold
weather now; but oh! dear me, the
mud and ice. We have had more
rain in the last 3 or 4 weeks than
has fallen in several years. Most
all of the creeks have been out of
their banks. Very near all of the
bridges are washed away. What
are not washed away are damaged
so they are not safe to cross.
Mr. Webb Snoddie gave a big
dance Christmas night. A large
crowd and all report a pleasant
Also a "grand hop" at Mr. Mapes
New Years eve night in honor of
Miss Grac. Mapes 10th birthday.
It was one of the grandest events of
Mr. Silas Burch of the Pott coun-
try is wearing a broad smile now,
rejoicing over the arrival of
b.iuncing'.) pound girl at his house
a few days ago.
Miss Adell l.oy irom Perry, O. T.
is going to spend the winter at
Mr. Walter Kdwards is at home
from the strip to spend the holi-
The Norman Mill & Elevator C«
have Texas Red Oats for seed.
Hoard at The Now victoria.
Keeps the best tables, has the
best cook in the territory, rates very
low. W. F. Mathews, Prop.
Wood Wall It'll!
We want wood oil subscription
wish that all who intend to pay for
their paper in this manner would
do so as soon as possible.
Auy one desiring to liarn a first-
class system of dress cutting and
fitttng should call on Miss Kice
the dress-making parlor over the
New York Racket.
Why not give the new manage-
ment at the Victoria Hotel a trial:
He intends to treat eyery one right
pay cash for all he buys, don t in
tend to go on credit EITHER WAV.
W. F. Mathews, Prop.
We have a supply of Texas Red
Oats for seed. Do not neglect to
provide yourself with seed.
Norman Mill & Elevator Co.
25 barrels of fresh oat-
meal which will be sold
50 pounds for a dollar.
ELLEDGE BRO S.
Wonderful are the cures accom-
plished by Hood's Sarsaparilla and
yet it is only because Hood's Sarsa-
parilla, the true blood purifier,
makes pure, rich, healthy blood.
Hood's Pills for the liver and
bowels act easily yet promptly and
For week ending Jan. «S, 1806.
Adams, James hong, Mrs Lisey
Adams, Mi s Uettie Ring, John
Bsel, Miss Leaner Thomas, F R
Craig, B F Redford, Mrs Solomon
Harmon, II I> Wood, Mrs Katy
Berennel, Miss Lilley
Persons calling for above letters
please say advertised.
T. I. Johnson, p. m.
Uriah Jones, llesekiah Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the
wonderful curative properties of
Dr. Simmons cough syrup. Sam-
ple bottle free. Satisfaction or
Buy your dry goods at Mills. He
will sell them at cost.
Dr. Simmons cough syrup is sold
for only fifty cents a bottle, it will
cure a cough which might prove
serious or perhaps fatal. Ask your
druggist for a sample bottle.
Come out and hear the band play
011 the street next Saturday after-
noon at 2 o'clock.
"Old, yet ever new, and simple
:md beautiful ever," sings the poet,
in words which might well apply to
Ayer's Sareapari.'la the most effic-1
ieut and scientific blood-purifier g A WA|TS
ever offered to suffering humanity. 1 ' ' President.
WE WANT YOU TO
We want you to know
that we will sell all of
our Staple and Fancy
Groceries at COST!
Hard Times, high tax-
es, and cash are the
I reasons for this sale,
Itwill pay us because
we will have less tax-
night. North side, East Mains, es to pay. It will pay
Now is the time to buy heating yOU b6CclU Se eli"! O P pOf-
stoves cheap. J. W. Brown \ Br . nity tO buy fresh
groceries AT COST
does not occur every
day. Be sure to call
sales. As a starter we
will sell 50 pounds
of fresh Oat Meal for
Go to Mayfield, the Norman opti-
cian and druggist, for crystal eye
glasses. Kyes examined and test-
ed free. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Buy your boots and shoes at Mills
as we have to close them out by
March 1. We are positively going
out of business.
liucklln'K Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt-
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter Chap-
ped Hands, Chilblain, Corns, and
all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles,or 110 pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect sat-
is faction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale at
Blake & Scott, druggists.
are selling them at cost
If you desire fashionable dress-
making call on Miss Kice, over the
New York Racket. Style and lit
guaranteed. and see us before
I. W. Brown A Bro. will sell their ,1
entire line of heating stoves at ac- tending Oth\_
tual cost in order to meke room for
If you desire fashionable dress-
making call on Miss Kice, over the
New York Racket. Style and lit
the liveryman, will
nice rig. Call
M. B. Prict
furnish you ~ „
him at his stable 011 east Main St.
If you desire fashionable dress
making call 011 Miss Rice, over the
New York Racket. Style and fit
When you want a choice piece of
meat go to the Norman meat mar-
We keep marriage certificates for
sale at the STATE DEMOCRAT office.
Property to Bxclinnife.
I have property in Dallas, Texas,
to exchange for Norman property.
! Call 011 or address,
Rev. A. B. C. Di.wvinniis,
, Norman, O. T.
n. w. (1r1ffin,
W. J. KEI.l.EY,
Ans't C isllif i
Nothing but superior merit keeps,
it so long to the front.
The Norman University Hand
will make their appearance on the
street next Saturday afternoon at
There is a large amount due us
011 subscriptions that ought to be
paid. If any of our subscribers are
hard up we do not want to crowd
them; but if they have the money,
we want it.
Remember that I.ouis Kenner is
again running the Norman Meat
Market, and that it is a lirst class
place to buy your meat.
Our home band will furnish some
music 011 the street next Saturday
IT MUST BE DONE!
Some time ago a notice
was published in this pa-
per that there would be a
change of firm at the Fa-
mous Grocery. it is now
Elledge Bros, and a new
mode of doing business
has been adopted, and all
old accounts ninst be set-
tled at once. This is ab-
solutely necessary, and I
want ail who are indebt-
ed to me to call and set-
tle at once.
W. N, ELLEDGE.
Cutting und Fitting Taught.
Miss Kice will teach dress cutting
and fitting, using the Square Inch
Tailor System. Pupils receive in-
struction until they feel competent
to fit any form. For further partic-
ulars call at the dress-making par-
lors over the New York Racket.
FARMERS 11 MERCHANTS BANK,
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.
1)1 l< Et'TOItS HIIU (a Alt A NT1SK CAltKFUI. .V CONS Kit VAT IN I: II \N Ui 10 II INT
C, D. Adkiiis,, S. A. Waits, N. W. Griffin, E. Clapham,
C A. Herington L. I'ayton, John Merk'e, E. F. Taylor,
W. J. Kelley.
Does a General Hanking Business. Accounts and Collections Solicited
Safety Fire Proof Vault, Screw Door, Triple Time Lock Safe. Valuable
Papers and Records Stored Without Charge.
A. D. ACERS,
Norman Lumber Co, -
THE CAREY-LOMBARD LUMBER C0.£
C. W. GARMAN MFG GO.
| Mr. D. H. Di vi n will return once
' more to his ranch to commence
"batching" in a few days. Mr. Har-
dy's folks will miss him very much,
i he has been with them so long,
i One of Miss l.eota Willard's beat
; fellows made lier a pleasant call
| Sunday afternoon.
' Dr. . T. Dutch and family, Mr.
• ;r, :mes Si-ctln. Miss Willard
ml Ituswell, and Arthur Seetin
pent Christmas day at W. K. liar
The Victoria Hotel has been fixed
up new and board very low to get a
start and prove to the public that
we mean just what we say. Try us.
W. I*'. Mathews, Prop.
No cure, 110 pay. This is all we
have to say in receommending Dr.
Simmons cough syrup, and for r>0
cents 50 doses. My friends give it
a trial. Manufactured by A. C. Sim-
mons Jr., Med Co., Sherman, Texas.
Texas Red Oats for seed at the
Norman Mill & Elevator.
1\ L. Connor has taken possession
of the Brooks' Photograph gallery,
and will be in Norman until Feb. 1,
cut rate prices to continue until
Jan. 1st. Gallery will positively be
closed after 1*eb. 1st.
What is it? A cure for couglif
croup, Whooping cough, hoarse
ness, sore throat, and all bronchial
afflictions of the throat, chest and
lungs. ">0 doses for 50 cents. Mou-
ep refunded if it fails to give satis-
faction, we mean Dr. Simmons
One linn 'reel men to eat at the
Huston Restaurant thive limes a
day. Hoard by the day or week
Clicap Metr > litan I'npor*.
There is 110 excuse nowadays for
a citizen failing to subscribe for a
great mctropolitou newspaper in
addition to talcing his own county
paper. The "Twice-a-Week" Repub-
lic ofSt. Louis, which is credited
with the largest circulation of any
weekly paper, is only |1 a year, and
for this sum it sends two papers a
week, or a 101 papers a year less
than one cent each, 'llie weekly
:)111;:i 11R the brighest and best news
jn-l.-.iscd from the daily paper,
igetlu r with a well assorted col-
jetion of reading matter and use-
ful information. A popular feature
in its columns next year will be the
speeches of prominent men in the
presidential campaign, f hese will
be given almost in full. A reader
of the "Twice-a-Week" Republic
will always be abreast of the times,
for no paper has greater news gath-
The Dally and Sunday Republic
can now be had l>y mail for a little
more than one cent and a half a day
or $li a year, when paid in advance.
Though this paper has greatly re-
duced its price, it has increased its
value two-fold by adding many val-
MANUFAt TUKi;K'S OF
LOUNGES AND COUCHES
Center Tables, Kitchen Cab-
inets and Glass Cupboards.
Stair building a Specialty.
11 it ti cl Kails, Newel Posts and
Halusters Kept in Stock and to
order. Prices Moderate and
2428 Grand Avenue,
Kansas City, Mo.
Loas Star Livery, Feed and
Best Horses and Finest Rigs in the City. Horses
Boarded by the Day or Week.
Daily Hack Line to Tecumseh.
TAYLOR & GREENLEE, Prop.s
U nder Entirely New Management, asks
the people of Norman to ^ive it a trial. W e have
come here to stay, and to run a first class Hotel.
We have had it newly repaired and intend
to do all that is possible to please. Will give special
attention to the traveling public.
We have also leased the Opera House.
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Bixler, Mort L. The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 52, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 11, 1896, newspaper, January 11, 1896; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116801/m1/3/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.