The Democrat-Topic. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, December 3, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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Trains leaving, ami ' rrlv,"h.
Normnii, make connections at tKiii
For rates ntul otlier information
' I f. Holi>i:n', 1 r. Mgr.
So. McAlester, I. T.
nre duo to iiiijf person who
dots another a kindness,
, we really think that
anyone of our patrons who ::
\/x by buying their medicine* ■
S and getting their prescrip- :
tions tilled at Weeks'
will lie doing their friends i
a kindness by informing 2
them of the fact. Our drugs
are always Fresh and l'ure J
and we are
in prescription work, Our
yearn of experience without
I ever making a mistake en-
i § titles to the distinction of .
THE LE.ilm MWKilST,
Remember the Place,
R. J. WEEKS,
: South Side Main Norman. :
^ALES OF ThjE foW^.
>oe of Parsons, Kansas,'
i-« here for a day or two.
h\ L Kisiuger whh down to Lex-j
! hilton ttie first of the week.
! C C. Williams untie a business
I trip to Lexington Inst Tuesday.
W. II. Ulackmon reports the linn
ber business quite good.
J. M. Smith is expected home
trom New York Saturday or Sun-
Chas Herrington made a busi-
trip to Lexington the tirst of the
J. I). Maguire spent Sunday in
Guthrie, the guest of Hon. John
T. K. Smith is expected to make
an extended business to Texas
The Shiloh singing school gave
au entertainment last week which
Colds quickly caught are more
quickly, cured by Beggs Cherry
1). II. I launot bought one hun-
dred and sixty acres of hind near
Denver last Thursday.
John L. Gregg bought eighty
acres of land adjoining his farm
near Denver last Thursday.
W. H. Morter, the enterprising
| furniture dealer has bought a new
IS THE ONLY EXPERT JEWELER
'/over poifiys ABoJt p^OpLE
RUTLEDGE, AT THE
We have the finest line of
coats ever exhibited in Nor nan.
and if in need of one you should
not fail to see our line The prices
are right. RUSSELL & Co. t f
A small audience greeted Mrs.
Matilda Fletcher at the Christian
church last Friday night. She
handled her subject, "Is man an
angel?" with ability, and we are of
the opinion she convinced every
man there that he was an angel,
however there may yet be some
doubt in minds of the good wives
of Norman. Mrs. Fletcher was de
serving of a much larger audience.
Key to Health
Hygenie Vapor Baths sold only
at W. T. Mayfield®. 2 t
Kd Hennessy and sister, Miss
Stella, left last Monday for Canton
Kansas, in answer to a telegram
announcing the death of a married
sister, whose name we were unable
to learn. This is the second sister
they have lost by death in the last
Wood Lyttle has gone to Dallas
Go to Wallace's Cash Store for
clothing; prices low
Millinery sold for small profits at
Wallace's Cash Store.
New stock < f ladies jackets and
capes at Russell & Co.
A beautiful line of dress goods
at Wallace's Cash Store.
Kditor Ingle and wife left T uirs
day night forOklahoma City
Wallace's Cash Store wants your
trade and will sell goods low.
D. B. Wynn, county clerk, says
business is quiet in his office.
Sheb Alexandria who has been
very sick for some time is better.
A No. 1 Jersey Bull for a good
milch cow. Inquire at this office.
A seven months old child of IV \
Adkins died Thursday morning.
Wallace's Cash Store is the place
to get good boots and shoes cheap.
Two women Klders are holding :i
meeting in the Berry n ighbor
Several farms have changed
hands in the Denver vicinity re
Wallace's Cash Store wants eggs.
J. r. Dunham says he has bright
prospects of closing several large
deals on his Window Attachment
He has a good article and it will
Purchasers of real estate either
farm lands or town property will
do well to order abs .i acts of Tate
Si Kingkade and then secure good
I)- II Hanna was in from
Denver Thursday. He says that
' Smith Peterson has bought two
business houses in that place re
When you know any news be
sure ail'I inform this office. ^
want all the news of the county
The line of Ladle* & Children -
Silk and Wool Mittens just received
by Russell A Co., is the finest ever
shown in Norman, 1'he prices are
Don't expose yourself to these
cold, blustry nights when you can
buy all wool blankets of Russell &
Co., cheaper than others sell cotton
You can't cure consumption but
you can avoid it and cure every
other form of throat or lung trou-
ble by the use of One Minute
Cough Cure. W T Mayfield.
\\Y CAN'T make photos at ."><> "ts.
per dozen unless we make a large
number and do itQl IClv.
So come along,
W. E. Brooks.
The lance given by the Univer
ports^ business ! sity students Thanksgiving night
quiet in the justice and police i was well attended. Tile Oklahoma
court8 | orchestra furnished the music tor
I the occasion Several Oklahoma
When you need printing of tins
J . . ' , i-niioles were in attendance.
kind, call at this office. All work
Disfigurement for life by burns
• scalds may be avoided by using
B. F. Williams of Pauls Valley,
was here this week. He i* thinking
of locating here.
Do you read the DliMOCKAT-Ti P-
iC'r If not you should become a
subscriber at once.
A. K. Baker of the W estern News
paper Union at Wichita was in
Mrs. A. V. Alexa dria of t'hicka
saw Nation is here attending hei
sick son, Sheb Alexandria.
Tickets on s^le dailyto Nashville
and return for 36.00 good to return
until Nov., 7th. R.J. MoRC«AN,Agt
Several Norman politicians are
thinking of going to Guthrie to
morrow to hear Hon. W. J. Bryan
R. R. Green who was in town last
Thursday had a horse badly in
jured by jumping against a sharp
Elbert and Henry Williams, ol
Collin county, Texas were visiting
their brother J. H. \Y illiams of this
place this week.
A new line of wall
received at R. J. Week
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the
greatest remedy for piles and for
all kinds of sores and skin troubles
W. f. Mayfield.
Gale Farusworth died last Sun
day morning after a prolonged il'
ness. His hoiue was at Lacy, Okla.
He had been a student at the Uni-
versity for some time.
There is no need of little child-
ren being tortured by scald head,
eczema and skin eruptions. De
witt's Witch Hazel Salve gives in-
stant relief and cure permanently.
W. T. Mayfield.
"I went to Oklahoma City Tues-
day" said L C. Kendall, Wednes-
day, "and I am better pleased with
Norman than ever. I would not
movejto New York City now."
carriage for his family.
A rumor is current that T. K.
Smith ki I lea one whole quail in
one whole day last week.
C. C. Pierce, representing the St.
Joe Gazette was here Wednesday in
the interest of his paper.
VV. W. Wingjit • started his new
mill this week. Mr. Wingate has an
elegant piece of property.
K. V. J oh i son, of t lie Shiloh neigh-
borhood retui ned from a visit to
Texas relatives last week.
Misses Nora and Gertie Pantit-r
are making a decided success with
their schools in district 44.
C. II. Bessent has the thanks of
the writer for a half dozen quails
presented last Wednesday.
If you want to see something
pretty. just £«> <lo n to V;. A. Rut
ledge's ana t -Ue a look at bis front
K K. AIkire wa.« in from Lexin^-
t >ii l hursday. He says the great-
er portion of the cotton ami corn is
picked in his vicinit).
Hon. W.J. Bryan is expected to
pass through Norman Saturday
night on the tnid-night train. lie
is on his way to Mexico.
Miss Kdith Ketcheni has returned
to her home at Dallas Texas, after
a pleasant visit with her uncle
C. L. Botsford and family.
Cashier J W Hocker left last night
for Beaverdam, Ky, in response
to a message announcing the se-
rious sickness of his brother.
Remember I am still in the mar-
ket with a complete line of lumber
and building material Come and
see me when wanting any lumber.
W. L Clio ATE.
Recorder Keller and wife enter
tained Fred James and wife, Misses
Moseley. Farmer. Trotter and Chal
front also Will James, Thanksgiv
Dr. Thread-ill i
with the Majestic
bought of the No
recently, that he
other one of the
We offer One Hundred Dollars
I Reward for any case in Catarrh
that can not be cured by Hall's
F. J. Cheney &Co., Props, Toledo O
We the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years
and believe him perfectly honor-
able in all business transactions
and financially able to carry out
any obligations made by their
Wist & TkUAX, wholesale drug
gists, Toledo, O.
wald1ng, klnnan Sc marvin
wholesale druggists. ToWlo, Ohio
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
Mo d and mucous surfaces of ihe
system. Price 75 per bottle. Sold
by all druggists. Testimonials
Hall's Family Pills are the best
J. II. Knowles, father of I\ B
Knowles died very suddenly last
-Mindny morning at his son's home
t.• 11 miles north-east of Norman
Deceased was eighty six years of
n#e. The morning of his death he
was in good spirits ami made no
.'oiup'aint of feeling il!. About
nin o'clock h« took sick and was
dead within an hour.
The Liver Keeps People Well
when the Liver is sluggish all
other organs are involved. You
suffer from constipation, bilious
ness, jaundice, headache, indiges-
tion, pain in back, chills and loss
of energy. You will never know
how promptly these troubles can
be cured until you use Herbine.
It cures quickly when other reme-
dies utterly fail. Regulate the liver
purify the blood. Herbine is a
harmless vegetable remedy that
gives new life and energy almost
from the first dose. Price 75 cts.
Free trial bottle Blake & Reed.
Miss Bodine visited friends at I
Moore last week. f/lX
Mrs. Lester, an asylum patient
died last Friday.
Mrs. M. L. Bixler visited Enid feg]
friends last week.
Doc. Robinson, of Noble was in
Norman Tuesday. iyvi
Mrs. J. W. Lambert is improving
from her recent sickness.
C. H. Bessent and T. K. Smith
went hunting Wednesday.
Undertaker Morter reports a
lively business in his line.
Judge Wilkins was down to Lex-
ington the first of the week.
J. C. Dunham reports business
lively with his patent window.
Attorney Newell was down to
Lexington on business last Tues-
P. B. Dilbay, representing the
Wichita Eagle was here Wednes-
Samuel Kast, of Clark County,
Mo., is visiting Louie Ullman and
Sheriff Downing reported the
county jail, still without inmates
Jerry Mccarty was over in the
Kickapoo country this week look-
ing afer his farm.
Kvrle Hartle, of the Wichita
Beacon was in Norman Wednesday
iu the interest of his paper.
W. H, Betherum, is pushing the
work on the Catholic church build-
ing. It is a fine piece of work.
S. L. Sykes made a trip to Lexing-
ton and Purcell this week in the
interest of the DEMOCRAT-TOPIC.
Luin Adkins. of the Chickasaw
nation is quite sick. Dr. Hudson
was called to see him last Tuesday.
R. C. Smith, of Whitesboro,
Texas, was here the first of the
week visiting his brother, T. K.
A. O. McGill is building a new
residence on his farm near town.
He is putting on the Dunham win-
Chas. B. Ingles, of Nevada, is ex
pected here to.morrow. Mr. Ingles
is one of the leading citizens of
south west Missouri.
Mrs. H. E. Sherwood has returned
to her home at Ryan, I. T., after a
pleasant visit with her parents
W. B. Morter aud wife.
We have just received a carload |
of Cook and Heating Stoves and
Wrought Iron Ranges. Have the
Largest and Best line of these goods
IS at Greatly Reduced Prices. Don't fail
to see us for we can please you both
in Quality and Price.
R MONEY MAKER FOR AGENTS
A ftOPEY SHIER TO 4II.L
if voi want windows to kin
and iib easily oi kitatkd <ik t
The hli 'I :' I' fM . ih the loo Sash asyou
see in the cut. i itl.er sash can be ad-
justed independent of the other, or both
It $ ts ;
sash can be opened or closed at the same time. Over 100 per cent
cheaper than weights. Call and see patentee at his office. AGKNTS
WANTED. J. c. DUNHAM, Patentee and Manufactuer.
Mrs. J. G. Page, died last week at I Headquarters, NORMAN. OKLA.
her home near Denver of heart
trouble. Deceased was about fort}
years old and stood well in the
J. L. Voegeli, of the Globe, return
ed Wednesday night from the St.
Louis markets. He say he bought
a large line of holiday good at a
great bargain. Watch for the
Globe's ad in next issue.
Read all the advertisements in
ihe DEMOCRAT each week. They
are guides to bargains.
Dr. Simmons Sarsaparilla invig
orates the nervous system, tones
and strengthens the digestive or
gans, and at the same time eradi-
cates disease. a0 cents and 50 dos
es. R. J. Weeks.
You can't afford to risk your life
paper just I by allowing a cold to develop in
the drug | pneumonia or consumption
i are afforded by One Minute ( OUgll
' I Cure. W. T. Mayfield.
Thos Stundifer of the Noble
neighborbo id lost a large barn by
fire last .Monday evening. 1000
bushels of corn IKM) bushels of oats
and 50 tons o hay were also de-
1 j stroyt d.
I Barnum once paid $100,000.00 for
i ! the trunk which belonged to the
gist, including ingrains. Prices | [nstant relief and a cert
Capt. Bryson, of the Chickasaw
nation was iu town Wednesday
He is feeding seven hundred head
of cattle this fall.
J. W. O'Neal of the Chickasaw
Nation and Miss Mary Frier of this
county were granted license to
wed last Wednesday.
R. M. Rountree's cotton gin
Lexington took fire last Tuesday sacred white elephant, but
Prompt assistance prevented any that wouldn't compare with the
great damage however. new stock of trunks just received
Small pill, safe pill, best pill l>y Kuf
DeWitt's Little Early Risers cure prices o
bilouaness, constipation, sick Probate Judge R. F. Williams is
headache. WT Mayfield. sued myrriage license to John
T F Kimble of Allantu, Ga. i*- Cummiim ml Mary Smith lx.ll. of
here in llie interest ol a patent. He tlli* county la«l We.lir
nays several Georgians, are com- parties are under age.
ing here next spring to locate. Lost his grippe the man who
The household remedy is Hunt's took Cheatham's (lull Ionic, but
LightningOil. All aches and pains he ain't kicking, and
i iitire stock.
* so well pleased
Range that he
man Lumber Co..
has ordered an-
same firm to be
used in the Deaf ami Mute Insti
1 write this to let you know what
I would not do: I would not do
without Chamberlain's Pain Hal
in my house, if it cost JjsSOO per
per bottle. It does all you recom-
mend it to do and more. J. R
Wallace, Wallaceville, Ga. Cham-
berlain's I'aiu Balm is the best
household liniment iu the world,
and invaluable f<>r rheumatism,
lame back, sprains ami bruises.
"Advertising in the Dl-mocrat is
the right thing" said A. T Ro
last Thursday "I received tv
letters last week, one from a Mi*
ouriati, the other from a party
Coal Gate, 1 '\ Basing tliey had
seen my card in the Democrat
They wanted to know" about this
Conntr> and I think I can locate
them dwon here."
There is no medicine in tli • world
equal to Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for the cure of throat and
lung diseases. This is a fact that
has been proven iu numberless
cases. Here is a sample of thou*
amis of letters received: "I have
tried Clrfuiherlain s Cough Reme-
d\ while suffering from a severe
throat trouble, aud found imtnedi
ate and effective relief. I can uu-
n hesitatingly recommend it." Ed-
gar. W. Whitteinore, Editor Grand
Rivers, lw Herald.
J. H. Gregg, of Dundee, Kas.,
writes: "My little daughter who
has been troubled with Croup ever
since she was three months old.
never found anything to relieve her
until I tried Beggs Cherry Cough
Syrup, and that has cured her en-
tirely. I think it is the best Cough
Syrup on the market.
A. T. Ross says he is receiving
numerous letters from parties
Missouri, Kansas, Texas and Ark.
asking about this country. There
will be a great many land buyers
in this county between now and
Beaut> is Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin.
\n beauty without it. Ca'carets,
Candy Cathartic clean your blood
and keep it clean, by stirring up
the lazy liver and driving all im-
purities from the body. Begin to-
day to banish pimples, boils,
blotches, blackheads, and that sick-
ly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents.
Ml druggists, satisfaction guaran
1, 10c, 25, 50.
l-'arin for Sale*
Two miles fiom N
man: Fair im-
good orchard and
Enquire at Shafer's
hop I! ast Main Street
All parties knowing themselves
indebted to me are asked to call
and settle their accounts. I have
waited patiently and now must
have my money. I do not wish to
cause any one any trouble in the
matter but all the accounts on ray
books must be adjusted.
Call and settle at once and great
iy oblige. Yours Truly,
Est ray Notice.
To whom it may concern: Notice
is hereby given that on the 29th
day oi October 1897, Walter Perry
who resides on the s. w. 1-4 sec. 13
twp. 9, range 1 west. Took up the
following described estrays, to-wit
1 Ilea bitten gray mare, 12 years old
10 hands high, valued at $2
Also one dapple gray mare 15
hands high and eight years old
valued at $30.00. Also one roan horse
colt about nine months old, white
streak in face valued at $15.00. A1
so one mare mule colt about nine
months old color brown.no marks-
or brands, valued at$20.00.
Witness my hand and seal thie-
the 2nd. day of December 1807.
D. B. Wynne,
I,i>f(nl Notlr« .
Territory of Oklahoma
County of Cleveland.
Notice is here by given to tin
heirs of C. M. Gilkey deceased and
whomsoever it may concern, that
that the application of John 1'
Gilkey to probate the will of C.
Gilkey deceased, will be held in the
town of Norman at my office on the
11th day of December, 1807. And
any person wishing to contest pro
bate of said will will appear at f
o'clock a. m. of said day and con
Given under my hand and seal ot
office thiH 18th day of Novembei
18(17. B. F. Williams,
Probate J udge.
City Hook and Jewelry Store tor Clocks.
" " " " " " Watches.
•' " " Wedding Rings.
" " " I )iamonds.
,,,,,, ., ,. i. Everything in the
" " " " •' " School Supplies.
" School Books.
,, ,, Holiday Presents of
W. A. Rudedge, the only Kxpert Jeweler and En-
graver in Norman, manager for T, H. Williams. If
yon have had your watch repaired and it fails to keep
time, take it to Rutledge, the expert on watches.
Charges a3 cheap as first-class work can be done.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
The Most I'opulur Young Ludy ■
iihool Teacher in < loveland.County.
[ Vote for..
II. W. Stuhiikman.
Satisfaction or • oil
money refunded. K. J. \\ eeks.
J. S. Bucher closed a deal will)
the Pottowatoraie Indian Agei t
last Thursday for one hundred and
sixty acres of land near Denver.
Miss Cora York, of Oklahoma
City, is visiting Miss Yida
Marquart Miss \ork has
Cheatham's Chill Tonic
both Tasteless and
Seagg, of Guthrie was here
ay. He is agent for ihe
Kansas band of Pottawatomie In
(liars located in this count>. He
closed live deals while here, be
hundred dwarf pear trees I
are beauties, also a gen- T
lie of nursery stock. b
A. K. LOONis. u
Everybody Says So.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the
most wonderful medical discovery
of the aye, pleasant and refreshing
to the taste, act gently and posi-
tively on kidneys, liver and bowels,
cleansing the entire system, dispel
colds, cure headache, fever, habit-
ual constipation and biliousetiess.
! Please buy and try a box of C. C. C.
j to-day; 10, 2.\ HO cents. Sold and
j guaranteed to cure by all drug.
All K. P's. are hereby requested
to attend lodge Monday niglit. An
election of ollieers and a range-
tiler ts foj a public installation, will
be be lore the lodge.
A Tennessee lady, Mrs. J. W
le, of Philadelphia, Tenn., has
b t'!i using < li tin - Iain's Cough
K ined f • 1 . ii'iv, who is sub-
i •() .t,.11... iiud says of it: "I
il just as good as you claim it
to be. Since 1 ve had your Cough
Remedy, baby has been threatened
with creupever so many times, but
I would give him a dose of the
Remedy and it prevented his hav-
J. ELLARD, DENTIST.
OFFICE, BLAKE BLDGK
NORMAN, OKLA., TER.
B. F. WOLF,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE ON MAIN ST.
NORMAN, - - OKLAHOMA.
Black .lack Herd of Berkshire
nml roland China Swine.
Call and Inspect my stock. Young
pigs of both breeds for sale at reas-
onable rates at my fni--. eight miles
east and one and one-half miles
north of Noble, two miles north of
Hall, O.T. T. C. DICKSON.
CCROFULA in Us worst form
O yields to the blood demising power
of Hood's Sarsaparflla. Thousand* of
cases havo been perfectly CURED.
The Most Popular Young Lady School Teacher.
Go to the
j lloom oil
Sat isfaetion Guaranteed.
K. J. BROCK.
JOHN F. RICE SELLS
PIANOS and ORGANS.
Don't pay two prices for an Organ or Piano but, call at C iptain liiee's
West Siiie Furniture Store and examine the best instruments on earth
mil get his cash prices and 1 am sure you will never buy n iy thing of
the kind on a credit, also, all the latest tip-to date styles of upholstered
furniture at eye opening prices. In the Adkins store bldg, Norman, Ok.
B. F. WILLIAMS, Sr.
Attorney and councellor At Law.
(Ifflcf ovrr Mcdlnlfy & Itarrj'ii
Will (five special attention to busi-
ness in District tind Supreme
Courts and to couiiuer-
J. D. GRIGSBY,
JUSTICE OF PEACE.
AND POLICE v JDGE.
l\OU>IA\, - - - OKLAHOMA.
I HAVE SOME SHORT-TIME MONEY
I CAN LOAN ON FARMS
FROM 1 TO 3 YEARS.
ALSO SEVERAL QOOE FARMS FOR SALE.
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