The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 17, 1896 Page: 5 of 8
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The State Democrat
AND OKLAHOMA CALL.
H r|WT tlxltr,
All matter intended for publication should
reach this olllee not Inter than Wednesday
morning to insure publication n thefollmving
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TIMET ABLE—A. T. S. F.
2:13 p. m.
12:66 a. m.
6:18 p. in.
No. 406 4:03 a.m.
No. 408 3:17 p. in
No. 4^0 Local 7:56 a. m
41)6 carries through Pullman sleepers and
chair cars arriving tt Wichita 10:45 a. in. Kan
6H8 City 5:50 p. in. Chicago 0:43 a. in. following
day making connections at Winlleld and Wich-
ita with Frisco for points east.
40b carries through chair cars and Pullman
sleekens from Ark. City, arriving at Wichita
10:3 ) p. in., Kansas City 6:50 a. in. makes close
conn -ction ai Wichita with the Frisco If. ii.
arriving at st. Louis 6:30 p. m. following day.
405 carries through Pullman sleepers ami
chnir cuis arriving ut Ft. v* orth b:lu a. m. Gal
veston 9:30 p. m. snme day.
107 carries through chair c:;rs wrri\ ing at Gal
veston ti £5 a. m. iollowlng day.
Tickets sold to all points in the United
States and baggage checked to destsnulion.
For lurt cr information call on or address,
R. J. Morgan, Agt. Santa Fe Koute.
i HOC. TA W OKLAHOMA A GULP.
New Choctaw Time Table.
5:40 pm: Kingfisher :10:25am
10:50 pm: Wichita : 5:30 pin
9:15 pm: Lv Okla. City : 8:40 am
t0:15 f>m: Ar El Reno Lv: 7:35am
9:10 pm: Lv Oklahoma City: 8:35 am
7:4- pm: Shawnee Lv: 10:10 am
4:20pm: Lv So McAlester Ar: 1:30 pm
M. K. & T. Ry. Co.
8:20 pm: Lv St. Louis Ar: 7:28 am
9:05 pm: Lv Kan's City Ar: 7:20 am
7:10 am. Lv Ft. Worth Ar. 8:50 pm
10:55 am. Lv Dcnison Ar: 5:IX) pm
4:15 Ar So McAlester Lv: 8:1 5pm
3:34 pm: Hartshorne : 8:53 pm
1:35pm: Lv Wister Ar: 11:00pm
12:i5 pm: Ft. Smith : 12:55 am
11:00 am Paris : 5:15pm
St. L. & S. F. Ry. Co.
For rates and other information
apply to J. K HOLDEN, Traffic Man-
ager. South McAlester. I. T.
TALES OF TI-|E T0^-
The music department of the
University of Oklahoma will give
its' annual Xmas concert on the
evening of December 18th in the
University chapel. The hour
named is 8 o'clock. The band, or-
chestra, University glee club, la-
dies quartete and soloists will en-
deavor to make the evening both a
profit and a pleasure to all music
lovers. Admission free.
C. F. Teel hasa fine line of Watch-
<■8 at the Palace. Call and see them
before you buy.
Hon. J. M. Stovall of Lexington
was a pleasant caller, Monday.
If you are going to buy a Bicycle
see C. F. Teel the Jeweler before
you buy, he can save you money
You will miss it if you fail to see
our wives and sweethearts in God-
dess of Fame Saturday night Dec.
County Commissioner elect, Jo-
seph Cobb of Lexington was in the
The Temple of Fame perfor-
mance at the Opera House, Satur-
day evening, L>ec. 19, will be the
event of the season. All the pre-
parations are completed, and the
ladies of the church request the
Democrat to state that the doors
will be open at 7:30 and that the
preformance will begin promptly
at 8 o'clock.
The old reliable Seih Thomas
Clocks for sale at the Palace.
Jesse Sullivant, Fred Briggs and
Will Martin, will drive a bunch of
cattle from Arkansas, to Oklahoma.
Mrs. Westervelt and Mrs. Ander-
son," fashionable dressmakers.
North side of oast Main St,,
C'nst uf Characters.
Here they are! and their names
are guaratees that the entertain-!
ment, "The Temple of Fame," will;
be all that has been claimed for it.
These are the ladies who will
ake pari and the characters they
The Goddess of Fame issues a
summons to all the famous women
of history to appear before her
and present their several claims as
to who among them is most enti-
tled to the laurel ciown.
The following characters respond.
Goddess of Fame, Belle Waynick.
Pages, Masters Sam Wilkins and
Mary Queen of Scots, Lucile
Mrs. Partington. Miss Trotter.
Elizabeth Fry, Lenora Walker.
Gerster, Grace King.
Hypatia, Clara Wallace.
Josiah Allen's Wife, Maggie Smith
Xantippi, Mary Overstreet.
Sister of Charity, Minnie Corn.
Mariam, Jean Ethel.
Pocahontas, Etta Warren.
Rosa Bonheur, DoraSykes.
Mother Goose, Jennie Hubbard.
Ruth, Myrtie Smith.
Jennie hind, Mrs. Mort L. Bixler.
Grace Darling, Xattie Warren.
Martha Washington. Fan Rice.
Sappho, Mollie Kribbs.
Isabella Queen of Spain, Miss King.
Tabitha Primrose, Stella Ilennesy.
Jean D. 'Arc, Floy Ware.
Florence Nightengale, Annie
Queen Elizabeth, Mrs. Bixler.
Bridget 0' Flanagan. Miss 'fully.
Barbara Freitsche, Elizabeth
1'atti, Mrs. Stevenson.
The New woman.
Wreath Bearer, Leota Winton.
Attendants, Alice Boj'd and Blanch
At the Opera House Dec. 19tli.
General admission 25 cts. Re-
served seats 35 cts. Seats on sale
Monday, ut Blake it Teel's Drug
N on are invited and expected.
A M IS ^ Priceless!
YOUR EYES ESY USING
Consult W. T. Mayfield,
And fily your
at the PALMOS
S~H^iDrUg Store, m ^a ^ie U,me
' of fllbums, joilet ??ase5, /T\ai?ieiir^
ZZZX Sets, BooKs, Papeteries, Dolls, ete.,
glasses have given complete relief. I
V «that we will sell veru cheap!
t inrrpf at* ilu i 1
@g\11 and inspect our ©ooel^.
Blake & Reed,
the Expert Optician, who examines
and tests your eyes for Ilyperme-
trophia, Myopia, Astigmatic and
all other defetiv.'vision and correct
glasses have given complete re
The theory is now univ
glasses will invariably incretse the |
trouble an. may lead to Total Blin-
dness. Our ability to scientifically
adjust glasses safely and correctly
is beyond question.
I Many a day's work is lost by sic'1
| headache, caused by indigestion
and stomache troubles, l.)e Witt's
] Little Early Risers are the most ef-
[ fectual pill for overcoming such
difficulties. Blake & Scott.
F. M. Davis of Henderson O. T
made the state democrat a pleas-
ant call, last Thursday.
Wilmes the tailor, haw been very
busy this fall. He keeps up with
the latest in his line and can please
the most fastidious.
I,illy trim of Hood's Pills. fur nomedl-
r contained so great curative power in
1 space. They are a whole medicine
chest, always ready, al-
ways efficient, always sat-
isfactory; prevent a cold
or fever, cure all liver ills,
sick headache, Jaundice, constipation, etc. 2,r>c.
The only Tills to take with lioud's Sarsaparilla.
Both for Free Silver.
We failed last week to proclaim
the fact that two sons had arrived
at the home of Jacob Bode, the
week previous. Mr. Bode who is in
the employ of the Santa Fe, is quite
proud of the boys and says that
they are both for free silver.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Davis are en
joying a visit from their son Hen-
ry Davis, and wife of New York.
Will Little was elected Vice Presi"
dent of the Oklahoma Agricultural
Society, at the session at Perry last
Probate Judge Williams will give
Final I'roo.fs the most careful at-
tention and his long experience
especially fits him to attend
to these matters; so remember
that when you get ready to prove
up, come to the State Democrat
and have your notice published
and the proof made before the Pro-
bate J udge.
Miss Mattie Tully attended the
Teachers' Association at Lexington.
Charles El kins of Lexington was
in the city, Monday.
Remember the concert at the
University, the 18th.
Mr. Stubbeman has just comple-
ted the improvement and furnish-
ing of his residence having spent
seven hundred dollars in that di-
rection and h ■ now liar one of the
most comfortable homes in the
Judge Cease of Lexington will
be a catididate for Seai ^ Ml t at Arms
of the lower house. Judge Cease
would fill the position ably and
with credit and is entitled to tne
Pre. s Stovall of Lexington was in
the city, Monday.
All parties knowing themselves
to be indebted to the firm oi Hriigs,
Woodard and Martiti or Briggs and
Woodard are herby notified to call
and settle at once. Respectfully,
* Briggs and Woodard.
"Time and tide waits for no man."
An occasional dose of Cheatham's
Chill Tonic often saves you from a
long spell of sickness. "No cure
no pay." Put up in both tasteless
and bitter styles. Tasteless in 50
Cured meats and Sausage at Atr-
hesou and Me Clintock.
Cheatham's Chill Tonic is pecu-
liarly adapted to persons in en- I
feebled healtn and invalids. It as- J
sists digestion, and is a perfect I
strengthener and appetizer. Satis-
faction or money refunded. Put |
up in both the Tasteless and bitter
styles. The Tasteless in 50 cents
You get your money's worth, or
your money back. Dr. Simmons'
cough Syrup, 50 doses for 50 cents,
and money returned if notsatisfied.
Manufactured by A.C. Simmons Jr.,
Medicine Company, Sherman, Tex-
Rich, Red and Pure Blood can be
had by using Dr. Simmons'Sarsa-
parilla. Only 50 cents per bottle
and 50 full doses for an adult.
Chamber Suits, Book Cases, Safes, Tables,
Chairs, Rockers plain and fancy.
Iron and Wood Bedsteads.
Children's Carriages in many styles.
Sewing Machines and Supplies.
Carpeting—from best Wilton Velvet down to
Undertaking in r.' 1 its phases.
W. B. MORTe,
NORMAN. OK. TER.
Notice for Publication.
Territory of oklahoma,
County of Cleveland 88.
In the justice court
in and for the town
ship of Norman, in
the county and ter-
ritory foresaid, be-
fore J. D. Grigs by
W. A. Kutledge, plaiutifl', #
vs Noticefor Publication
J. T. Shipman defendant,
J T Shipman. defendant, will take notice,
that said W. A, Kutledge did on the 1st. day of
December, 1866, lile his bill of Particulars In
said Justice court against said defendant, to-
gether with an affidavit for a garnishee sum-
mons against Charles T. Gorton; and that
said defendant must and answer said Bill of
particulars on or before 9 o'cloek am of the
4th day of January, TO, or judgment will be
rendered against said defendant forthesum
of ft-i.lM) with interest thereon at the rate of
7 per eent, per annum from the 1st day of
August, 18%, and all costs: and a further
judgment against said Charles T. Gorton
garnishee requiring him to pay a sullicient
amount of money now in his liadns belonging
to defendant into court to satisfy said judg
ment and costs.
Dated December, 10th. 181)6.
JnstlC" of the Peac ©
^ orman Lumber Co.
Successors to :h 2 Carey-Lombakij Lumber Co.
initial meeting of the stock-
of the Norman Building
in Assoc ition will hv'ld
I 'robate Court room, on M<111
anuary the 1th at 1 wo o'clock
1 for the purpose of 1 lecting a
board of Directors
liullriltie and I.OBll
Buiuner and Bp i ir in HIDES, FURS
S. rrHsh Meats, Fish and
Sausages, etc., on hand
Old Turner B'ld'g.
East Main St.
for the ensuiiu
Hav. you seen those elegant New
HomeSewing Machines at Mortor's.
Get your wife one for Christmas.
All goods at reduced prices for
the holiday trade. |
Imagine the famous women of
history personated by the beauti-
ful and talented women of Nor-
man. We'll imagine there, Isabella
of Spain, Joan of Arc, Elizabeth of
England, arranged in costumes <>!
each day and time, presenting in
turn, in glowing and impassioned
language, their several claims to
the crown of fame, which is finally
awarded by the Goddess to the one
deemed most worthy.
\V. B. Morter was in Oklahoma
Notice for I'ubllcat ion.
' ni> Office At J
Oklahoma o. t. Nov, II lHSItl. j
Notice la lie roll.\ Riven ttmt the following-1 s,„u
• iik-iI settler lia- filed riotiee of her Inten-
t,u,!i to make fliml proof i 11 support of lier immea
K"-1 final proof in
Notice for I'lililicatioik.
lira, and tiiut said proof will hi
fore the Probate Judg
Ton Doc. !J1 1&H6 viz:
Emily L. (iroenhaw, widow of Joseph Green
for the s e 1-4 sec 22 tp 8 n r 1 w.
sho nan < the following witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of, said land viz:
Edua C. Clifford, John T.Graham. William
C, Morgan and Joseph \ andivt or of Hall O.T
It. M. DXLLKV,
'litf.it Oklahoini, o. T. Nov,
is hereby givwn that the f(
ttler has filed his notice
ipport of his claim, and tlia,
said proof will be made before tne
Probate Judge, at Norman. ^Oklahoma, ou.
Doc, i 'ih , lKX., viz:
for the S.W , «eo. liil twp. lu u, r 1 w.
Ho n i n ji ti: i ) ,v i $ .vituiius to prove
eontinous residence upon and cultivation
of naid land, viz:
A. L. (iribhle, Thomas Hhanley. I.oyd Gribbtar
and John IC. GUkey all ef illco 0. T.
77 U. M. Dillis y l.egister^
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Bixler, Mort L. The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 17, 1896, newspaper, December 17, 1896; Norman, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116903/m1/5/: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.