The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 65, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 26, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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All yew good people who have Money, Prepare to spend
it now! The last round and wind-np in the Greatest
of all Modern sales is about to take place! The
TRIUMPH of the TRUSTEE is at Hand!
Creditors' Money is nearly assured.
The Shortage will be made
up in the extraordinary
% X ,,/r"
like this are as scarce
as HEM'S TEETH and the
ones take advantage of
It may never
you will buy
Two and Three Dollars worth of Good Goods
for One Dollar-^s you earn do now in the Exi in-
ordinary wind-up of the
them while they can.
again come to pass that
Bill Nye the famous humorist (
is dead. <
Remember that Louis Rcuner is
again ruuiiiiifif the Norman Meat
yeston last week.
It gives the average pop the Jim
Jams to have "'Taxpayer' mention-
Fitzsiminons knocked Maherout
in one minute and thirty live see- j
Norman ought to have electric
lights and now is a good time to
agitato the question.
Tliose who were arrested on the
charge of rioting, were discharged
in Judge Wilkins Court. After all
thecosts that were incured, nothing
resulted as we predicted.
Those who were so thoughtless twelve acres in. In one twenty- c Ue "-pp"-'"®-
as to forget the birthday of "The acre field he had four acres to ku- Jvlitor and reader; after a weeks >i:irla.ti all(I ,il;lt it j., „ ii,-st
„• i,w Cmmti-v " wpn. verv lir corn and sixteen to Indian delay we will try and give you the place to buy your meat,
forcibly reminded of it when they j com. and thinks, that, counting the news as it appears
went to the Postoffice, Saturday ] feed anj
morning, as there was a crowd in j worth a;
the neighbo-ing business houses ; teen-
waiting to give them the laugh, i Iio thinks it should be planted Quite a good many of
It was'amusing t> see a man go to \ «--l« ser in the rows than common : commenced sowing oats.
NOIK'i.i ier : y -•; \ -n tint I*. F. Carr has
tiled bin bond :iti.J petition according to law
ClagS I for the | ii rposi
him as ti
I the ollioe in
In Olciahoin .1 County
I adopted a resol
the Feegan luv
in this cunit v
Blizzards and zero weather were
the order of the day at Blo.nnlng- ] bnyi
ton and other Illinois cities. Itj
is remarkable that any one should
leave our beautiful country, to live j
in such a horrible climate.
Lying about our c >
Iness has h"pf, men (i
but the pop oflilials
for that if they ean go
In the Kentucky
He thinks it should I
closer in the rows than
a hurried manner and|corn> ?:l-v ''io'lteen incliesapait and
rows four feet- tie cuts the heads,
threshes it like win1 it, then thinks
it will pat U4 mil di fat mi ti id; as
any other grain. Hors-s and hogs
prefer it to corn, and those who cut
it -talk and all in cutting boxes for
stock, pronounce it most excellent
article for food.
We should bs pleased to hear
from others who have tried this va-
riety of corn in this .vanity in
time to give the results <>*' their ex-
perience before planting time.
A good rain Sunday. _ ... . ,,
I I lie Norman Mill & hlevator Co.
This morning (Monday) opened ] ]laVe Texas Red Oats for peed,
io i condemnding
uid alary bill, but
: • or two of the pop
leaders praise the hill because it
maker the farmers contribute to
court expenses, which helps the
pops to run the county cheaper.
I. i:i- aturel
there are only two pops, lei' one of
them is voting against a live silver |
candidate for the U. 8. Senate,]
That is pop consistency.
Our dear friend John Skinem
says that it is no trouble to write j
poetry. We agree with him, butj
his verses were entirely devoid ot Oklahoma is not the only place
truth, which was the difference i w|ler,. Kullir corn i- be:n;' raised
between the verses in the St.vit. .u)i| it. th ^afe !■> say that thousands
Democrat and the Voice. i of farmers in other stales will try
FrauU i.o^lie'R rieitiut Hour# For IJ ,V8
The first of a series of articles on
"The Young people of the W iiite
House." by Joanna It- Nieholls, is
given, with numerous illustrations,
in the March number ot 1'hank
LksI.IE.S I'l.kabaxt Horns fou
Hoys and Giiu.s. This number
has manv oile r good things that
will delight its youthful readers, a-
The Voice keeps harping at out
the comparison of expenditure ot
the Democrats and pops, but says
nothing about the people who
have been compelled to attend
court without fees, the only saving
during the nop aduiinstration
l.noks Like K«mm1.
The action of the republican
Central Committee, at El Reno in-
dicates that the republicans of Ok-
lahoma are Tor Reed, as the Uced
faction surely controled the com
mittee. The date of the conven-
tion to select delegates to St. Lou-
is on March 28th at Oklahoma
Ci'v and the Congressional Con-
vention at El Reno on the 30th
This indicates that the republicans
of Oklahoma will make the plat-
form for the national party.
I some ot it this
iiig from the t'arthv.
! quite '
follow- mong a short buting story by
Press is Jam - Otis; a very pretty cat show
jstorv l> II is.iliM. Jonas; a thrill
A few week
article on Kallir c
mong those who w
growing it. From what we
gather it appears that it
prove profitable lor a
plant a portion of bis
this variety, it i- g
ed that it will stain
the ravages of tin
at- | Dm
an i sere
J. Ma Lm-
ind pip 'i' of
■tt. an art
id for i til l-." b\
ig a bright litll
Iter than Indian corn rinne Hergen
In conversation with Mr John t\m- ri ' b
Galentine recently > learned that \ Je.uinet'e I!
be had tried it two seasons in se - lu.-trated | •>
cession and was well pleased with i ;l jllv
won (t I
v farmer to j
)rn lands to
the results. Two year.- iur>> In- ,
planted two acres with very sat;-- 1-1 1''
ults, and last year had |
in «'h:< h
|e on "I' lity Work
nla tiral.ain Aliiger;
-■(ury by Helen C« -
he conclusion of th"
W til worth; some il-
ls; two le'w games;
die literal .nv by the
Dr. Kelly and E. B. Johnson
made a trip to Mini o, I hursday.
Our blacksmith is getting quite
a good deal of work to do.
It v. Kelly filled the pulpit at
Waldon Sunday with a very large
Miss Ida Barrow was visiting
i her parents Friday.
Mr. I'heo Dorlancl spent Sunday
j with home folks.
Good deal of sickness throughout
; the community.
Dr. Kelley and daughter Oe'ive
; went to Norman Wednesday.
Sherman Smith and wife spent
Saturday night with the Dr's faini-
Mi.-s JMnie Kelly spent last week
rith her friend, Mrs. 1 homas
■ Miss llattie Graham was visiting
. her relatives Tuesday and Wedni s
1 day, returned home I hursday.
Mr. Busier has completed his
j well and lias plenty of water.
Miss Dora Kelly isspcr.din
i week with Mrs. George.
Mr. George has gone to
1'. 0. is doing good huisie ss
ild like fur the patron- to
iz ■ their own otlice.
- ho >1 is progressing niceiy
lie instruction of l'rof. King,
eiilcrtaimnont given at the
it the Mi s s Smith
■ve was well allen
id enjoyed splendid.
this is i.ll the news 1 Can
of at present. I'll quit.
Texas Keel Oats for seed
Norman Mill & Elevator.
ige at the Norman
Send your orders for meat to the
Norman Meat Market. Deliver} to
any part of the city.
M. M. Price, the liveryman, will
furnish you a nice rig*. Call on
him af his stable on east Main St.
Chain harness, the best, at Stub
Louis Rentier wants to see all of
his old customers and a largv num-
ber of new ones at the Norman
f obtaining a license to sell at
ret.::! spirituous malt and vinous liquors at
Norman.(> T lor a period of twelve months,
l>. B. Wynne, Clerk.
In the District Court in and for Cleveland
county. Oklahoma territory.
Ella Oilman, plaintiff, j
Elmer Oilman, defendant. )
To (Ulman, th< above-named de-
W hercas: Said plaintiff has filed her ac-
tion in said court praying for a divorce
from said defendant and has filed her alii*
davit of the non residence of said defend-
ant and that with duo diligence service of
summons cannot bo made upon him iu
said county and territory.
Therefore, notice is hereby given to said
defendant. Elmer (iilman. that he has
been sued in said conrt and that he must
answer the petition of the plaintiff on or
before 18th March, 189(3, or such petition
will betaken as true and judgement ren-
dered accordingly for such divorce.
Witnoss my band and seal of the Dis-
trict court of said county this 2nd day of
Feb. 1 . \V. H. Ewsv,
\ ) Clerk of the District Court.
By Tressa Meek, Deputy.
T. V. McMeehan, Attv for plaintiff.
! We have before 11s a piece of very
artistic press work in the shape of
the new Choctaw, Oklahoma tS:
Gulf Folder, which gives a map of
this new line, with the timeof fast
new passenger trains and the con
nections which they make to all
parts of the country; north, south,
east and west. There is also con-
j eluded in the Folder a description
i of the territory served by "The
| Choctaw Route" and a write up
of the different towns 011 the line.
| dicates a surprising development j
Heel* in the Indian and Oklahoma Terri- ■
; tories, and it will prove interesting | 1
land profitable reading to all who |
! are interested in the advancement
j of the Great West. Copies of this
! Folder can be secured by calling
| on one of the Agents ot the "Choc-
j taw Line" or by application to Mr.
J. F. Ilolden, Traffic Manager,
I South McAlester, I. T.
< on«olb!a(< <l Noticc
at Oklahoma O T. Feb 8, 18M.
Notiro is hereby friven that the followin/r
naiucil settlers have tiled notice of their in-
tuit ion to make final proof lnsupport of their
< lainiH, and that said proof will be made be-
fore r\ J. Wilkins. Probate Judge at
Norman, O. T. mi May (1, 1890, viz.,
Albert 8 Wood ring,
I u- the 8 e 11 Sec. :il, Tp. n, r 1 w. He
nanu s the foliowing witnesses to prove his
eoni inuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, vk:
.1 l Metirciibrtcker, W (' Morgan, Frank Mor-
ri.-i, and .1 T (.raham, all of II ill, OT
Also Joseph A Woodring,
fer the 11 e sec :j|, tp 8 n r 1 w.
il> names the following witnesses to i<rov-
his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
t Ion of said land, viz.
•' 1> Motseiibocker, W c Morgan, Frank Morris,
onta 1 tied therein in- J l (iraham, all < 1' Hall, o T
0, M, DILLI.Y,
Notice for Publication.
Land Ortlct' at Oklahoma O. T Feb. 3
is hereb> j iven that the following
.Oklahoma City O. T. Feb, 21
\ 1)1)11 ION A I. l.OC V
d a nnnil'tr
■ keep 11 .irria.^i-
at lilt' Si VI I. l>!
•i tificates f« r
KntlcO s hei'i'by jriven that I he 'ollowlug
nanud settler ha > filed notice < i his Intel.-
i 10 p ake Until proof in support of his
. 'ni;. ml \ li.vt said pro 1 will i >• • 11' a (it l.e
lore .1, Wlllcius I'm '.aleJu !u , at- Norman
o, r. on May Is. • n i/:
Itob.-i t I. Pool
for the lots .*> ii I1 id I so.-tp H n r ;i west..
1 i. n imcs the lollowin wltnessr to pro\ e
Ids eontlnutuis residence upon and eultiva-
, . -; Ui bid I. \
.1 U Cum ulngs i.lia:n t rt-;is!i,i\v..I M n
A L Shirley allot Norm 111 < 1. T.
II. M. tin.bKv, lvegi tor.
i01ice IB BP
11 rji ii set t lei has ii' 1 notice of bis intent ion
to makeflnal proof insupRort <>•' his el tim,
ai.d tli.it said pr< of will be made before ■!>
Wi: Ins Probate Judge at Norman O. T
on Apr. 24 1 stil. viz:
(ieorpe 1. Downs,
lor the lots |.: ^ n w 1-4 see 1 twp 1 nr 1 w
!!>• 1,am.; 1111 - It.ilow inji witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upou and cultiva-
tion of said land, viz:
1 \ Ifoley, Oscar Downs, J C lloustcd, William
Harris, of Noble, O T
. M. DiUey,
Notice for Publication.
l.and Olllce at <iklahoma O T. t
Feb,21 1S'J5. i
Notice i - hereby «lven that the following-
uauied • tier has tiled notice of his intention
to niaki : ;;a! - pu l in supportof his claim, and
\: \ be made before J, Wilkins
i': :; b at Norman O T. 011 May IS
Tomas Marlon Meier,
for the 11 o V; see 27 tp 11 r :i w.
lie nanu s the following witnesses to prove
'i 4 ciintinucii: residence upon and cultiva*
t ion of. said land, viz:
M mn: II PurUrr, Uobert I' Lee, Hiram Down-
lug, William \ . I la in | all of Norman O T.
lb M. Dilley Register,
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Bixler, Mort L. The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 65, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 26, 1896, newspaper, February 26, 1896; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116819/m1/2/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.