The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 75, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 30, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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©he gftutc pcmocvnt. Condition
AND OKLAHOMA CALL.
MORT L. MIXLER.
Sell at Mayfield's
All matter Intended for piil Uc u.i,.i '• ''
reach thin olllcc not 1«t« r than W. .liu-sduy
morning to Insure publication In the tollnwnig
Ten cents a pound!
Never before in the his-
tory of the world have
they sold so cheap.
TIME TABLE A. T. S. F.
Nil. iZi I.
No. 4<"i ■ • ••
No. 45JU Local
tic a I n bbkvic'i'.
. 2:13 p. in.
. 12:t(i a. in.
. r>:18 p. m.
4:113 a. in.
;i:17 p. in.
7:55 a. m
The West side schools close to-
B. A. Rcudy of Moore was in the
Miss A1 ford gave her scholars a
D. S. Vaughn and wife were
400 carries througli Pullman sleeper* ami tj. ci( Moildav.
hair cars arriving at Wichita 10: l. a. m. Kan-
M.Cily. .'iM.'K F. M. Hatfield and wife were
the city, Tuesday.
John Gat; in came down from I
day making connections at \N Infield ami VN ich
ita witli Frisco for poiutseast. 4
■10b carries through chair cars and Pullman
sleepers Irom Ark. City, arriving at Wichita
I0::i5 p. m., Kaiiea* CitylUiOa. m. makes closo
connection at Wichita with the Frisco It. It.
arriving at St. ixiuls 0:W p. m. following day.
105 carries through Pullman sleepers and
chair cars arilving at Ft. Worth«:10a. m. oai
veston 9:30 p. m. same day.
|ti; earl it - t li r« un 11 eliair en- ' rri \ lug at <>al-
veston y:25n. m. iollowing day.
Tickets sold to nil points in the Fulled
Slates and baggage cheeked to destination.
For iurther information call on or address,
K. J. Mono an, Agt. Santa Fe Route.
CHOCTAW OKLAHOMA & fit LF.
EAST Arrive Depart
St. Louts Express
El Keuo A: Okla City Local
K :41 p m
7:60 a m
others daily ox-
St. Louis Express dally
The short direct and quick"st route to St.
IxjuIs, Chicago, Memphis. Little Uoek. New
Orleans and all points cast, north and south.
sure connection with superb Myers on M. k.
a T. and Frisco lines.New trains, best serviee,
ticketh at lowest rates to any point. Further
in formation cheerfully furnished, ( all on or
address O. m. Ki.i.swokth,
Agent Choctaw line. Okla. City.
Vote the straight
F. J. Bullock of Stella was in the
John Mc Cartney of Moore was in
the city. Monday.
Mrs. Bixler entertained at Whist
W.T.Tate made a business trip
lo Kansas city Tuesday.
Capt. J. M. Jarbo of Lexington,
was in the city, Tuesday.
Lawyer Newell was in Oklahoma
City, on business, Tuesday.
The home of Mr. C. L. Kendall
was brightened, by the arrival of a
son on last Friday.
All of the democratic candidates
are all right; don't scratch one of
them, for you can't better yourself.
The firm of W agner and Thomp-
son doing business at Case, has
dissolved partnership. Mr. Wagner
retains control of the business.
Mrs. Turner, the proprietress of
the Norman Restaurant is prepared
to accomodate a large number of
boarders. Call at the restaurant
:aml get rates.
The Norman Restaurant is a nice
'homelike place and will suit you if
you are looking for a place to board.
Call on Mrs. Turner the landlady,
and get rates.
The east side schools closed last
Friday with appropriate exercises.
'The schools under the able nianage-
, uent of Prof. Ware and his able as-'
sj stants, have been very successful,
tlii 0 year.
I)« ui't forget the great show Sat-
urdsi y May 2nd. at the opera house.
Matti nee atii.UO admission, children
lo aiu.1 adults 20 cts.; night admis-
sion . >0 cts. No charges for re-
We had the pleasure of attending
the clo sing < f the Lexington schools
on last Friday. The day was given
to a picnic and exercises in the eve-
ning. The Lexington schools have
been \ cry successful this year.
The ladies of the ti. A. K. will
serve strawberries and ice cream
Saturd.iy evening in the room for-
merly occupit d by the Wichita
Store in the central block on east
Main St. All are invited to come
And eat berries with us. Ladies of
the G. A. K.
Who cannot recall to his mind
HO "tip instance abl
wlie."« llK' worl(
that only an
one of the
ry, Saturday night.
Gov. Renfrow came down from
Born: To Mr.and Mrs. L. C. Ke
clall Friday April 24th , a boy.
Mrs. C. A. Galbraith of Oklahoma
City, visited Dr. Galbraith and wife
Mr. T. J. Rollins has been quite
seriously ill but is much better now
and is able to be out.
Mr. and Mrs. M. McGinley are re
joicing over the arrival of a bounc-
ing boy tit their house, last week.
Miss Dora Carlock, of Perry has
been visiting her cousin, Miss Mj r-
tle Smith for some time. She re-
turned home .Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. A. W. Fisher went to Pauls
Valley last Saturday to visit her
sister Miss Lillie Ilawk. Miss
Hawk is trimming for a large mil-
linery firm there.
Mr. Win: Waston w;i. in the city,
Monday and was looking much bet-
ter than we expected1 lie had quite
a serious time but we hope that he
will soon be permanently recovered
?gret to chronicle the death
ol Mr. William L. Lewis, on last
Sunday, Mr. Lewis was a highly
respected citizen and leaves a large
number of friends who deeply
sympathise with the bereaved fa-
Henry Bowie formally of Lexing-
ton but now of Perry was arrested
last week, on the charge of murder.
which is claimed, he committed
twenty year ago. Mr Bowie says
that it is the part of a scheme to
beat him out of his claim,on which
a part of Perry is located.
The announcement of Mr. K. I).
Jarbo of Lexington, appears in this
issue as a candidate for sheriff sub-
ject to the decision of the democrat-
ic primaries. Mr. Jarbo would
make axapable and cflieirnt sheriti
and would make a strong race
should he receive the nomination.
The announcement of Mr. .! H.
Trimble as candidate for th
nation of treasurer, subject the
decision of the democratic prima
ries. appears in this pape
Trimble is a true Democrat iij
sense of the word and his nomina-
tion would retlivi. ci dit
In this issue will be found the
announcement of Mr. K. J. Keller of
Lexington as a candidate for Re i
ter of Deeds, subject to the will of
the democratic primaries. We
give Mr. Keller i high reccoinendn-
tion both as a gentleman and a dem
ocrat. He is well qualified to fill
the position and would make a
Having remodeled and refurnish-
ed our ice cream parlors through-
out we are better than ever prepar-
ed to serve our constantly increas-
ing patronage with the best and
purest ice cream, caudies and every
thins usually found in a first class
bakery and confectionery. Orders
for refresh inets for parties or fainili- Democrat
es will receive our special attention. | the (lutie
Homes for Million*
The University chapel was taxed
to its full capacity by the crowd
that came to hear Judge 1.
Stnery of Lawrence talk on the
foregoing subject on Wednesday
night of last week. Judge Kmery
has given his subject deep thought
and careful investigation and
state, facte and conditions thatai
astonishing, especially to those
who have given the subject no
thought. He drew a vivid picture
of the overcrowded condition of
the labor market of the great cities
and showed the utter futility of try-
ing to secure relief from that di-
rection. In the city of Chicago
said the speaker there are five per
Sons waiting for each vacant posi-
tion. In the city of London there
are three hundred and sixty people
who go to bed each night that die
before morning. In the United
States seventy percent of the peo-
ple are tenants. When a nation
of people all become tenants' pat-
riotism dies as there are no homes
to fight for. Instead of going to
the great cities to seek a position
and become the servant of another,
the young man starting out in life
should seek to become the owner
of a home and be his own man.
In the great semi arid region of
the United States, there is room for
millions, who may if they will, live
in comfort and be independent. It
has been said that the Lord started
these winds across the praries
and forgot to shut them off, but
that was all right as they could be
utilized to pump water that would
irrigate this great region and m.ike
it blossom like a r< .-e. Judge bm-
ery then gave some practical hints
about irrigation which we have
not space to print. This lecture
was the most interesting that we
have listened to in a long time and
it is to be regretted that every man
in Oklahoma cannot hear Judge
ISmery talk at least once a week; in
fact we think that some of our
school funds would be well spent
in this direction.
The musical part of the program
was under the direction of Miss
Grace King which is sufficient
guarantee of its excellence. I'hej
Choral class consisting of a num-
ber of the University students,
gave a splendid chorus. They are
well drilled and rcflectmucli credit
on theirjn tractor. Mr. McAtee de-
serves much praise for the pleasing
manner in which he rendered a pi-
ano solo, The Alpine 11 >rn. lhcvo-
cal solo by Miss Floy Ware entitled
Mona, was a surprise to many as
Miss Floy has never appeared in
public until in the Cantata Phil lis.
She has a wonderfully sweet sopra-
no voice :is clear as a bell and tin
doubtedly has a great musical fu-
ture before her. Mr. Leui Bonnie
gave a violin solo with Miss King
;i accompanist, which was hearti
ly applauded. The orchestra con
posed of Miss King, pianist, M
Leni Dorratice violin, Mr. N. T
Pool slide trombone, and W.Lf<
Ropp cornet, furnished some mos
Too much cannot be said of Mi-
King's work here. In the shor
time that she has been here sh
has accomplished a great deal with
her pupils ind has shown herself
most painstaking and thorough in
structor. We hear nothing but
words of praise for her.
Lender ise Lou Prices.
anct you'll Sell as
much asfour otherb.
Guess we have for its !
hard enough to keep all \
sizes in stock. Now j
JAUNTY SUMMER CAPES.--
Ladies loth Capes— ,
short, jaunty, stylish,
in brown, tan, and black
at $2.50 worth $4.00;
a magnificen t blue cape
at $3'00 worth $5.00.
Ladies black cloth
capes, lace collar, $1.50
Ladies black cloth
capes, $1.00 worth $2.
Our shoe department
cannot be beat. Just
examine our tan Oxford
at $1.00 to $2.50.
Black Oxford, 60 c.ts,
$1.00 to 2.50, as com-
fortable as they are
Our ladies Prince Al-
bert, razor patent tips,
$2.00 worth $2.5o.
Our children tan slip-
N os. 2 to 5
Nos. 8 to 11
Nos. 12 to 2
You cannot tie a knot in
a cord of wood, neither can
not in accord
Venetian Cream Collarette,
worth 50c to $1.25.
Fit out the babies al
the " Grand Leader."
we have the daintiest j
little bootee in America
at 4oc, 5oc and 75c
Big drive in men's neglige
shirts; fifty cents to one dol-
lar, worth 74c to $1.25.
Have you seen our puffed
bosom shirts; can't be beat
for coolness and comfort in
the summer at one dollar,
Mackey Turk Dry Goods Co.
W!,s crowded ti) its utmost enpiicity
mid , iniml-rr 011 the out hofo
scrviecH, Mr. Morrison i. 1111 able
s,i :liter, he s|ieiiks mi earner.
plain, practical way; to hear is to i
nppreciate, lie inform* us lie v. ill |
move to Moore the later part of this ^
we, !s, anil his worU for the ron.in* ;
yc 1 ill be at Moore and Noble.
Mrs. J. G. Martin entertained
hn : e number of friends, Sunday, 1 Subseribe for th
I sickly women
ing 1 >r. Sininions,
ruts and fiOdosrH.
Weak, pale i
and children 1
rosy cheeked by
It is not a miracle. It won t ci
everything, hut it will c tire pil
Thai's what DeW'itt's Witeh 11a
I >r. SmiiiK
Si ati: Dkmo-
Itol> (; Hill Hill In Oklali >mu Folltlr
Among theex-Chillicotheans who
lo1 are still in the land of the livin
:aa! many of the Co.NSTiTt tion's reader
will be glad to learn is Robert M
(trnhani, who is now and has I t •
for several years a resident of Okl.
hoiua. living in or near Noble.
Like most Missourians he still
l.ikes a lively interest in politics
and ju.-t now is the Democratic can-
didate for recorder of deeds in
('loviand county. 11 i many friends
here will wish him success and the
biguest possible majority over hi
opponent. Mr. Graham was elected
slier ill* of this comity in 1*70 by tin-
party, and discharged
of the office in a most
Mr M. C. Flournoy and wile and
Mi Joel lie Patterson the lovely
an 1 accomplished sister of Mrs.
Flournoy, were among the number.
The pops are very very quietout
th: way, think the high taxes have
had a soothing effect on some.
V flood Drainati«* Company
llttfT Baldwin's Uig 1 Dramatic
Company will show here .ill next
W( 1 at the Opera House at popu-
lar prices 1". -•" :<"> cents Tlu-y
are showing in Oklahoma City this
week and the following is what the
De.il Republican n'\
4 Dramatic Co. last nij.
at the Opera House the tainous
Drama "Lynwood" and the many
dramatic parts and scenes were re-
la-'iit alls produced 1> the compa-
ny which by tin way is an (-.eel-
lent repctoire company."
\V :-ch for the street, parade Mon-
action is quick
I cents and aO (loses
M. H 1'riee, tin
furnish you i n
it has I Mini a hi^ staMe >
Blake | \ i,ttlc ill. then
! ill is gone tin |>
' Witt's Little I: rl>
pills that cure gi
ig. Call on
l lltth pill.
T and ask your friends to do so,
This is a campaign year and you
want to keep posted. ; >ion« > ■> •«
For salk: Several yoke of work | If N, u .. i„t (, • 1
cattle, will sell cheap for cash, or j Norman I'aiiMi i
on time for note with good security I
Norman, okla. *
Do Not I p:
Notice. have tried mar
Having sold my furniture busi- have failed to r
uess to Mr. W.ll. Morter, 1 desire to member that
counts due me as soon cures when all
ible. These account must | any good whatev
they will bt
• 1 has
Burns are absolutely painless
when DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
i-; promptly applied. This state*
nicut is true. A perfect remedy for
skiu disease, chapped hands and
hps' and never fails to cure Piles.
Blake ^ Scott.
« mien seeds in bulk at the Mill
\\ might tell you more about
One Minute Cough Cure, but you
p rob abl) know that it cures a
eouj h 10very one does who has
u^ I it. 11 is a perfect remedy for
. oughs, colds,hoarseness. It is an
■ j . al favorite for children, he-
in pi asant to take and quick in
curing. Blake >
you We want to impress our corro-
and pondents with the importance of
I., neiii. R' ;etting their items in by Wednes-
tM) ; s.j| -aprilia lay moruingto insure prompt pub-
>t 11ei - lail to do lication.
of the barber or
reader so completely im-
i<)oks of someone, that
x„ve evidence of a skill
8,ti«t can haver Anil
■yant arts ia surely
/ .)u, barber whose
cnUivatei bj . iit)(, rt.|hu,
mission is lo i ( «'
humanity. Go to
barber work. (All
Soda fountain in connection, deli-1 civ
clous soda with pure fruit jnic t- > lon
gether with the world renowned < i1
Dr. Pepper PhosFerratc f )r nerv
blood and brain. We also mal\
the celebrated cream bread.
Davis & Son Prop's
. The Big j for
lit presented j
be paid promptly
placed in the banc
Hood's Pills are
cathartic and 1
C. M. I) i l i
and Mrs. T. K. Smith gav
Davis Pros, for
Highest Honors—World s < Fair,
farewell party to MisBMagv,
Tuesday evening at Hi ir home. |1 •' > ' 11 "
Miss Smith taught in ti,e east side | land eoimty mak
public school the past yea rand has
a host of friends who will weleome
her again next year. She feft f.e
points in Texas Wednesday aft. i
noon where she will vi-it for a cou-
ple of weeks and will then return lo
her home in Gum, Teun. Delicious
refreshments were served alter
which the merry party said p,« od
j by hoping that Miss
soon return. Those present were
Misses Lillian Arm rung, Li !.i
White, Jennie Thread: ill, t- 11a
Hennessy. Sallie ( halis, N ma
White, Mcssers Kd Kendall, Tom
Davis, J. M. Hmith, . lb lines y,
Prof. Buchanan, and Rev. Henry.
lable manner, in fact Livin-.s-
ounty never had a better offi-
cial. One of his first aci after be-
ing installed was to discover, to
bring to light and to break up a
system of robbery, by fee raisin
that had prevailed in th«• cin lit
clerk's oftica for years. He had no
soft terms to use in dealing with
1 to go, and go
aple of Cleve
er of deeds,they will never have oc-
casion to regret it. Chilllcothe i mo.)
i lie autograph letters te
> cures made by Avers Sa
. Smith 1 the thieves; they ha
11;, and other preparations are kept
on lile at the J. ( \yer Co.'s office.
I., eli Mass They are from all
o\ the v. < rid and are cheerfully
shown to anyone desirous of seeing
l«or week ending Apr. 'S.i, lH'.t).
!!,' A. I.. Allen Dollie Mrs..
B a C. T., Gauet Walter, Margu-
King' Luttrell R. 11., McKeag
Marr Sam, Ray Mattie, Stib-
Kd, Miss Ma ^ Wilson.
II |« Wonderful
how<|uickl\ Diarrhea or Dysent i >
can be relieved by using Beggs
Diarrhea Bal-nn. . \ purel>
lable compound. It affords instant
relief and a permanent cure in a
perfect safe way. Your popular
druggist Blake A: Scott he the
agency for this wonderful medicine
tion to i
All istantaneous cough cures
c ontain opiates and are liable to
dry up the phlegm and mucus in
tli bronchial tubes and lungs,
,li re I, \ < iiising congestion. We
l ii unit • Beggs' Cherry Co igh
syrup against this danger. Blake
ly and gives pei
Blake .V: Scott.
A house to rent
Dr. Simmons' '
and i xcretions an
In another column will be found
a statement of the city finances for
the last year. It w i 11 be n en that . \p !
the general exptmses were,' 11K' v 1 impure p
•ar the Chris
i Miss F. Whit
The pop Administration of the year
before, spent for general expense s.
s7.i74.ll. You can seethe difference.
I,ess than was paid for the ci-
ty printing this year, while tin-
Voice received .fS5.00 r.n one job la t
year which was a clear steal of $00.00
uId have done
imts and 50 do
, 1 i at the mill
in other i
most perfect made.
Grape Cream of Tartx PowJer.(
Ammonit, Alum er any ° aaultcu.,1
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
.•I have 1 troubled with -alt
rheum and rheumatism. 1 haveta
!.en six bottles of H«'o ls Sarsapa-
rilla and now I am cured .-«iund
and well." Mrs. R. C. White, Lock
Box 504, Perry, Okla.
Hood,* Pills cure all li\. r illh
I, ,<r: A note given April A4 0
Due Non. 1 Wl to M. I/ llowartn by
j. \v. Higgins amt.f
\w pei Bona arc herebj w at tic I
not to buy said note.
M. L. Howarth.
Prof. Bearclsley school closed on
the 11th. inst. A large number of
. isitors in the afternoon; Rt \. Sni-
der and wife of Moore, were among
ie would | the numbers.
W are informed that the Pre ;
dent of the Shawnee and Blackburn
mining Company, went to Cripple
Creek inst week on business.
A Democrat Club was organized
at Abbot Height last week, will
meet Wednesday night, week, M i\
Mr. George Goode and 11. Dow n-
ing paid our neighborhood a short
visit last week.
Mr. Henry Doak was one among
the first to finish planting cotton.
Mrs. Ro t Darnold paid her ; i-
rents a short visit last week. My r-
tle Martin her little sister went
home with her, to spend some tine
Rev. Morrison occupied the..pul-
pit at Abbot Height Sunday at II
a. in. and also at night. The hem ■
for above lette
r pop :
iK). Do you \
, P. M.
and phase o
iich attact tli
age of the throat and lung:
Aver's Cherry Pectoral will b
found a specific. Its anodyne
i i.'.ed, and it i alw.
iik Sal •.
i; blood is responsible
d indirectly for in my oi
. Purify the blood ate
I offei rl'MH), reward for the arrest
in,! eonviction of the scoundrel,
who cut our sign down, last Mon-
da\ night in front of our sample
rooms, under the Opera House.
W. F. MATHBW •.
Prop, of the best hotel (VICTORIA)
in .Norman, O. T.
Not lt ' «.r Tow ii Election.
h r< bj triven that ontho 4th «lay
!' i, H,,.ri. Win in' iirui i .1 and i« r
I on ii t i Norn,All, • lo\flttlltl count} , <>k-
, I • 11 iior> . an flftitlon, for tlif i'iir-
. i i 'ii,.' t !i (• |"oll-'Wili|/ olli-fi > 'el :
i k , imiHiirur, imsessor, Juslife
iiri •nistaDlf, uii'l a trnMr for
:n - aid town. TIihi Ui<- voting
1.1 - til «■ led ion :t rt* us follows:
, i al .icin>' hulliliiijr on nortli rtlilo
v:ir«l N • ti It I, lliini« - imp
1 i -I roct; wnnl N" '• nt M I'. r-
I : >|> I'll -Iiulli hi'iv M • n st!
i. i Mia iilnmlilliK li' p < n 8" e I, -l«lc
, 1 No j tit old Slur Itilkei > on
M : I !l -li t I : W.ll'l N« C. ill house
i • \|<11ti "Ireel ill II "
w i11• i ,'of I li;i v <• hereunto net inj'
it iiii\ ul April, A l> ls'i'l.
r i*. wi>tiii vitu.
nd « y will li
itly I i g two
- ready fo
i. i i ♦
i t s and luvigorates the whole
te'tn, renovate.' and enriches the
| in" all
ippetite and tone i
Only at) cent- for .
Sutton's Famous Coinpn
>pear at Opera lion gi\
;: in grand family matiue
veil of ' ITncie Toms Cab-
nty cents At
\. ill present for
ledicines. j i;
111 Its tv
night the Compai
the first tiun , "J
Night price fifty
charges for reserved
I«a • i•1 ;:i■ 1
lUolelie. I'llliplC .
It (I V* not I'liy
to experiment with
1J( gs' Blood Purifier i
A record of twenty years proves it and all humor
to be the best known formula for -kin will
enriching the blood and dii\ iv Purili i
from the system those impurities iivel\ lia.
which breed disease. l*' r r alt- by guaraiite
Ulake & Scott. ! dugglets
of the blood and
iiccumb lo Beggs' Blood
ud Blood Maker. It posi
no equal. Kvery bottle
•d. Ask your popular
Blake A. >tt for it.
( all on
-led lllli : - or :-i
Blake & Scott.
• to board.
>k lahoma j tore
< > T
I I. : - I.(Miller llnill \Vor«l-.
Out of the 4,650,000 boxes of
t. vman Salve sold in 1*115,
'i boxe were returned as
tin tii-iaetory. Tli is seems almost
in i edibleas every box has a pos
in. guarantee accompanying it.
Blal- and Scott sells it.
\otleu for rnlilleHtlon.
, I' l ee ill Oklahomilt) T. Apr, II.IX'-HI
•. ,■ . ■ - hereby Riven lhut Hie following
eiilerhiiH itleil noiloe of Ills inten-
Cough t tir
etter trv it.
i ivi kina Probate Judge at Norman
i Iune. "> IMirt, \ i/.:
fot iite a ei tieo 10twp• nr2 w.
ii i tt,i< >iho following witneMon to prove
eoniinuous reshleiieu upon and cultiva-
t:- .ii -.t . l l:ilid, viz:
. . 11 <i uii. I'n . . l.essly, Irom A.
i . : I nines N. llrriiiK ail ui Nuriiian,
l)r. Price's Cream hakia^ Powder
World*« Fair Highest Medal and Diploma
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