The Democrat-Topic. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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'asy to Take
lasy to Operate
Are features peculiar to Hood's Pills. Small in
•ice, tasteless, efficient, thorough. As one man
said: " You never know you ■ ■ ■
have taken a pill till it is all ^M ■ I I A
over." IV. C. I. Ilood & Co., III
Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. •
The oniy pill* to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
A 0 McGILL,
Has at all times the
in fact everything us-
ually kept in a
FIRST CLASS MEAT MARKET.
Two Million a Year.
i NVhetf people buy, try, and buy J
1 again, it mean* they're satisfied
The people of the Tinted State® are |
now buying Cascarets Candy Ca-
thartic at tin rate of two million
; boxes a > ear ml it will be three
million before Nevi >> oar's. It,
means merit proved, that' ascaretsj
| are the most delightful bowel re-
gulator for everybody the year
round. All diu^ift.s 10c, J.ic, 50c,
j a box, cure guaranteed-
We claim some thing s for Cheat
ham's Chill Tome, but not every-
thing. It will not cure softening of
the brain or ingrowing nails, but it
will cure chills cold chills. Guar-
anteed. l'ut tip in both Tasteless
and bitter styles. i-tstelcc
WHEN YOU WANT
Steak, call on
W. B. ATGHESON,
the wide-awake up-to-
date butcher. Also
carries fish and oys-
ters in season.
NORMAN, O. T.
Real Estate and
monthly. Wanted younir men mid la«lie« to
fugiitre witH Intoii Electric Tel«*icriiKli
Company iwd learn telegraphing <>" our
lines I mined lately ami take positions in R few
weeks. Fur terras and information address.
.1. *V. .MARSH, Secretary
:Hi8 W Luke St., Chicago.
A Clever Trick.
It e.t rtaiiily looks looks like it, but
there is real I > • ■ > trick about it.
Anybody can try it who has Lame
Back and Weak Kidneys, Malaria or
nervous troubles. We mean he cau
Odro hlrose.f right away by taking
Electric bitters. This medicine
tones tip the whole system, acts as a
slimuiant to the Liver and Kikneys,
is a blood piirilier and a nerve ti nic.
It cures Constipation, Headache,
Fainting JSpell-', Sleeplessness and
Melancholy. It is purely vegetable,
a mild laxative, and restores the sys-
tem to its natural vigor. Try Elec
trie bitters and be convinced that
they are a miracle worker. Every
bottle guaranteed. Only 60c bottle
at Bluke iV lteed.
B. F. WILLIAMS, Sr.
Attorney and councellor At Law,
Office over McOlnley ft Kerry's
Will give special attention to busi-
ness in District and Supreme
Courts and to commer-
NORMAN — — — — O. T
I grow paying crops because they're j
I fresh and always tl « brtt. For I
I sal* everywhere. Refuse substitutes I
I Stick to Ferry's Srrds and prosper. |
1 1M98 Heed Annual free. Write for it. |
D. M. FERRY k CO.. Detroit. Mich.
SILVER THE ISSUE IN i900,
rioney The Pricing Instrument.
•Civilization and Propfiss Have Kept
Step With Money Supply In all Ages.
The Money nucstioii discussed •
in the light of experience and ♦
THE SILVER MIGHT WATCHMAN.
THIS LKADKIPS NEW MAN-
AGEMENT CONTINUES TO
GATHEIt NEWS CON-
The Johnsonville Eagle Minn lug
Co, Elect New Officers.
From the Lexington Leader the
DEMOCRAT Hikes the following:
Judge Cease went to Norman on
business last Monday.
Joe E. Colbert one of Wayne's
hustling stock dealers was trans-
acting business here this week.
Attorney Ben Williams of Nor-
man was in the city on business,
Myers Schwartz of Purcell, was
visiting friends in the city Sunday.
A dance was given in the ball
last Saturday night which was en-
joyed by a large number of our
Miss Bessie Shannon of Purcell,
was visiting Miss DeHar Wallace,
Miss Mary King, was quite sick
with heart trouble last Saturday.
C. W. Upchurch from out east
was a pleasant caller Monday.
Cieh Oood a celebrated cattleman
of Paoli. 1. was in the city last
Prof. Pool of the city schools was
transacting business in Purcell
Misses Minnie Warlick and Del-
lar Wallace were visiting in the
Mrs. C. H.Griffith left tor Guthrie
last Saturday to visit her sister
K.J.Keller County recorder of
deeds was in town Tuesday on
J. M. S to vail made the office a
pleasant call last Monday to ac-
quaint himself with the new editor.
K.L. Fox is looking for a new
supply of goods shortly and will
enlarge his already extensive busi-
James Lappin, one of our pros-
perous farmers just north of town
made the office a pleasant
J. W. Harris of McGee, I. T., one
of the live Merchants of that busy
little city, was in Lexington on
business last Saturday
The Dunham Window craze has
Mr. F. C. Helbig, a prominent GOV. RENFROW
druggist of Lynchburg; \a, says:
"One of our citizens was cured of | IIMTFRVIFWFn
rheumatism of two years standing, 1 n
by one bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. This liniment is fam- j |IE si'i:\KS or t'l.KVlll.ANll
oua for its cures of rheumatism ; j ( ol NTy.s vi>V.\MT.JIKNT
I'oiiRres-i glv- ii i •••'
A family .• r i
Hlflc?. All tli'-' lii'll " t mi
week, eomlen* I, in n
A lanre circulation i
Published Weekly t.y Hie
sih Kit kmi.IIT I i I'.l InMIN
Wn liltijrtnn, 1). < .
have been delighted
with the prompt relief which it af-
PUea Are Knully Cured*
Nature lias provided a apeclfle for piles It
Is the active principle of the common buck
eye. This principle in extrtbted by a special
procesa and in combination with other retne
dies forms Tabler'! Pile Ointment.
This ointment cures nothing but Piles, but
it cures blind, bleedliiR *"d protruding Piles
every time. It makes operations needless;
cures when operations fall This Is why
physicians recommend It. Dottle .r 0 cent*.
Iu special tubes for handy application, 75
cents. Can l>c sent by mail. Sold by Blake A
Try the flour made by the Win
gate Milling Company. Ask for
Patent Succes or Pride of Norman.
Sold by all grocery men.
Wingatk Milling Co.
AM> SAYS Sill: IIAS A
liitiuiiT ri ri in:.
JOHN F. RICE SELLS
PIANOS and ORGANS.
Don't pav two prices for an Organ or Piano but call at Captain Rice's
West Side Furniture Store and examine the best instruments on earth
and pet his cash prices and I am sure you will never buy anything of
the kind on u credit, also, all the latest up-to-date styles of upholstered
furniture at eye opening prices. In the Adkins store bldg, Norman, Ok.
Farmers Art* iu Oootl Condition
And Are Not 1 furrowing
It is not often that a physician
recommends a patent medicine;
when he does, you may know that
it is a good one. Dr. J. P. Cleve-
land, Glasgow, Va., write*: "1 have
used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy in my
practice and it has proven to he an
excellent remedy, where a thorough
course of medicine had failed with
me. I recommend it to my patients
every time for colic and diarrhoea.
Many other progressive physicians
recommend and use this remedy,
because it always cures and cures
quickly. Get a bottle and you will
have an excellent doctor in the
house, for all bowel complaints,
both for children and adults.
A Sure Thing for You.
A transaction in which you can-
not lose is a sure thing. Bilious-
ness, sick headache, furred tongue,
fever, piles and a thousand other
ills are caused by constipation and
sluggish liver. Carcarets Candy
Cathartic, the wonderful new liver
stimulant and intestinal tonic
by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C. C. C. are i
sure thing. Try a box to-day; 10c.
25c., 50c. Sample and booklet free
To Our Customers.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
readied our city and Messrs. J.
Smith and J. D. Huckabay are in the best cougn syrup we have
the city in the interest thereof. used ourselves or in our families.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamison and \y. II. King, Isaac P. King and
daughter, accompanied by
many others in this vicinity, ha'
when you :
u :.* t; whst 3 on want
k lor Hood's Sarsapa-
rillu. ITiicqtiallcd in Merit. S.il< M'urei.
There's no-ub-i it tin- l HOOD'S.
quickly —certain <....
Invention Is probably patentable. ( t.mmuiiw n-
tl«>n« strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
(.em free. Oldest agency for securing patent*.
Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive
tprcial notice, without charge, in the
A handsomely Moatrated werklr. Largest cir-
culation or any scientific Journal. Terms, |.i a
year ; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.38,B">,d"" New York
Branch office F 8t„ Washington, D. C.
Tetter, Salt-Ilheum and Eczema.
The intense itching ami ninarting, inci-
dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very had cases
have been permanently cored by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite reraedv for "ore nipples,
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
J>r. Cadj'ft Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not. food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 85
Tents per package.
Norman. «>Ula , Ja
Tu whoji it i
. flit P. F. Ci
sell malt, spirit«
ol Norman, Con
vinous liquors in lli«* towu
of < levelling, Territory ol
1). b. Wynne,
Notice of A |>|>li« utioi. for 1 i
\<lininiot i n ' ion•
Notice Is hereby jrt' i u tlmi Muu«l Wiggins
ling Illed In r petition ami made application to
probate the will of T. 1 Wljorin-
Said application will In Iht.p1 on the l tli day
of February mvofllci- l the
o'clock a in. When
interested in tin <•-1:
Witness hit liund u
day of January run.
Oklahoma, at 1
where any poraou
said Wiggins may
id official seal this '.T>th
Through s e^vice
ST. LOU IS,
CH IC AG O,
AND THE ——
principal cities of
WAGNER BUFFET SLEEPERS
KATY CHAIR GARS
A ppllcat i
In the Prohnto emir
Territory of Oklaii imo
In the matter of the •
Notice Is here i
linn filed with the Judj
tlon praying tor let ti r i
entaio of 1 ■. r. 1 Iioiii, -
on the 12 day of FeViii
a. in. of hiiIiI day ti11 !i
judge In the oitj i ^ 1
lu d, oklahoma ten
heeu set for hi arin
time any pen-on or p
appear ami show «■-au-
should not be urante 1
DhUhI this 24th day
Count/ ol <
In the Thirl
Nattie McCall, of near Avoca were
visitinK Mrs. Wallace lust week. «' <> pronounced ,t the
W Elmore and K. G. Nivins of wc want is for people to try it and
ilmore, I. T. were in the city laet they will be convinced. 1 pon
week looking after business matter honor, there ia 110 better that we
pertaining to some property here. jlave ever tried, and we have used
It is interesting to note the ^reat many kinds. R. A. Blake St Son,
increase in social events of late. General Merchants, Bi^ Tunnel, Va.
Voting people must have a place
to go and Lexington ie meeting her.
young peoples deman(j|.
Thomas Thornton i« scouring
the country, buying all the cattle i and 8, ,e harne
of every kind he can find for sale
One good family horse, surry
paying top prices.
Jess Teague, father ot G
D. W. MAROI AKT.
I'Xorybody Says So.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the
1 i ; Basham, ex-deputy sheriff j most wonderful medical discovery
just returned fiom a two months | Qf the aj/e
\v. B. Morter
court a petl-
ilstration of the
used, and that
is, ut 9 o'clock
of the probate
unity of Uleve-
trip in the Chickasaw nation
Jess Shannon, who has been buy.
ino cotton for \V. K. Gleim, for
sometime left for Texas, Sunday,
where he has accepted a position as
traveling agent for a grocery firm
in Kt Worth. Jess wns one of the
boys, and all regret his departure
N.J.Pierce and J. N. Lee con-
traitors and builders have been
employed by the city "dads" to
build our new city hall and jail.
The building is to be aix-ttl feet and
two stories high, the lower to be
used for| the jail and the upper
part for the city hall. It is a costly
structure, well finished and will be
a valuable addition to our town.
The Johnsonville Kagle Mining
Co , met in the city hall last Tues-
day and elected the following
otlicers for the ensuing year: Pres-
ident. I). L. Larsh; vice-president,
W S. Antony; treasurer, Lee Ille;
secretary. \V. James. The Board of
Directors compose the above mem-
bers and Messrs. S. C. Dean, Chas
Gorton, Paul Baldwin, Martin Ille
and Lewis Btigher.
Kx-Jailer Appleby of Noble, was
in the city on business Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson of Nor-
man, visited with their daughter,
Mrs. Hutchins Saturday and Sun-
J. Y. Campbell, a mule and horse
dealer living just north of town,
happened to a sad accident last
Tuesday. While leading a horse
to town, the animal becoming
frightened, jerked the rope which
was entangled in Mr. Campbell's
lingers. The tlesh was all torn
from his middle finger and his
hand badly bruised.
easaut and refreshing
11 1" lit on.
I- why the su
a ted may
to the taste, act gently and posi-
tively t n kidneys, liver and bowels,
cleansing the entire system, dispel
colds, cure headache, fever, habit-
ual constipation and biliotiseness.
Please buy and try a box of C. C. C.
to-day; 10, 25, 50 cents. Sold and
guaranteed to cure by all drug-
No Need of I'nln.
Man's most painful auctions are promptly
aelieved by Rallard's Snow Liniment. You
will never know all that a liniment can do un
tli this one. Cures ltheum tism. Neu.
ral rains, Rrulses, etc.. as by magic
The most penetrating compound ever devised
Tills case Is but one of thousands: "1 bad u
severe attack of Khumatism. Could not work
by day or Bleep at night. Three application*
of Ballard's Snow Liniment cured me withic
24 hours, C. W. Ford (of Lynn Supply Co.), Ft
Worth Tex. Price 60 cts Sold by Make A
The Liver Keeps People Well.
when the Liver in 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 i« a
harmless vegetable remedy that
gives new life and energy almost
from the first dose. Price 7.") cts.
Free trial bottle Hlake «V Reed.
The ('Uthrit Capital 01 the fit Ii. suj's
Cx-Gov. Renfrow, who has just
returned from a business trip to
Norman and Oklahoma t'ity, ways
Cleveland county, ami especially
Norman has been alim st swanipeil
by prosperity which ha struck lu r
citizens and the farmers of the
county. "Ill 18110 the State H.inlv of
Norman was opened with a capital
stock of $10.1)00. At that time
$100,000 could have easily been
loaned at a fair rate of interest on
short time. The farmers were then
iu need of money to tide them over
the hard time but it is different
now. The State Hank now lias
$165,(KK) individual deposits and the
other bank of Norman ha® $110,000
and two-thirds of the deposits be-
long to the farmers.
"Several days ago 1 drove out
about fifteen miles in the country
and 1 was surprised to see the nutn
her of bales of cotton held U y the
farmers for a higher market, gratia,
ries tilled with wheat and corn ami
pastures full of stock. In 1H(.H> one
might drive for fifty miles and not
see a frame house. Now on every
hand one sees line homes and
large spacious out buildings and
the farmers do not owe for them,
"There has been a great amount
of cotton marketed in Norman this
year probably 10,000 bales and the
cotton seed mill has bet n kept busy
all the set son and has earned
more than thirty per cent til ita act
tial cost this year. Last year the
mill earned about twenty-eight per
"There is a great object lesson to
be learned along the South Canadi-
an," said Governor Renlrow.
• When 1 first went to Purcell the
land along each side of the river
looked like a great barren waste.
Today the Oklahoma side of tin-
river is the prettiest country in all
the land. The march of progress
has made wonderful strides. Fine
orchards, thousands of acres of
land and beautiI ul homes have tak
en the place of great herds ol cat-
tle. On the other side of the river
in the Indian reservation the cow-
man still reigns. The great Ileitis
are still roaming over the untitled
soil and the occasional passing til
a cowboy are the only signs of lile.
If the president could . • • the (in-
ference between these lands it
would not be longbefore the reser-
vation would be opened to settle
NOULE A SlIIIM'lXi; POINT.
"The recent action of the territo-
rial sanitary board in extending
the quarantine line around Santa
He stock pens at Noble will greatly
benefit Cleveland county and the
stockmen. The Santa He stock
pens were only about 200 feet from
the South Canadian (the quarantine
line). The board changed the lines
so as to take in the stock yards.
Heretofore the cattle wen- driven
fifteen miles further to Purcell to
the stock pens for shipment Now
they can load at Noble, save a m
teen mile drive and the expense of
shipping that distance.
"Well, said the governor, when
a person once gets t< talking pros
perity now it is hard to find a stoj
ping point, but
Machine and General Repair Shop.
We repair everything from a baby buggy
to a threshing machine. Our work guar-
anteed. Give us a trial.
DANIELS & FISCHER.
Has lately bought the J. A. Jackson Livery
Stock. When you want a team that will
take you at a "Nancy Hanks gait," see
\Y. II. McCALL, and Co.
Does a General
I desire to say to the Citizens ot Norman and
surrounding country that I am located in Norman,
Oklahoma Territory. My Dental Parlors are over
Citizens Bank, where I am prepared to do anything
and everything known to the Dental Profession isee
posters) in the most approved manner. Your pat-
ronage most respectfully solicited. A graduate in
Dentistry with twenty-five years regular practice.
I am Most Respectfully,
flag, Cleveland <
the front rank."
star is put in the
unty will be iti
l>o linhieH ( i\\
want of it. Dr. Simmons Cough
Syrup is guaranteed to cure Croup
Whooping Ootlgh, Colds. Coughs,
and Bronchital affections of the
hroat, Chest and I.tings, and fail-
ing, the purchase money is refund-
ed. Sample bottle free. aO doses
for 50 cents.
Last Monday nlRht a whole host . f. K o,™ Veterinary
of school children gathered at the) ur ,,eo h Ut. , ' > ,
home of Mr. Latham. II was n , Surgeon is now al Itnrton Llwrj
surprise party and "indeed" says stable in Norman where he will
George, "I was surprised, I did treat successfully all diseases of
not k„mv there were Aomanv cln ^ j (hu Iujrm. Blindlu.gg. ,lroHi„K,
ren in town. After several Hours
of pleasant games and social stopping short, starting suddenly,
amusements all departed with frothing, loss of flesh and weak
many thanks for the cordial treat- ^ eye8 are very often due to diseased
I>eput> District Clerk l ianing
Itouglit the Norman Op-
era Iloii.se Last
YOUR LITTLE BOY
Could do your marketing for you at our store.
Have him stop here as he goes to school and
leave your order.
It U/ill Be Deliuered promptly.
Remember we carry a complete line of Dry
Goods, Boots, Shoes and Groceries.
MCGINLEY & BERRY.
[ohti I*railing bought the Opera
house of T. W. Hendricks last I'ri
dav paying $4,000.00 for it. Mr.
Kratiing owned a one-eighth inter
est before and Mr. Hendricks the
remaining seven-eights. The new
proprietor is contemplating e\ten
sive improvements in the building
He has rented the west half of the i
lower floor, occupied by II. W.
Stubbeman harness shop and the
Voice printing oilier to l\d Anthon)' |
of Burlinganie, Kansas, who will I
occupy it after March 15th. wit ii a
stock oi drygoods and < lothing.
Mr. Failing is making dates with
some first class theatiical troops
and will endeavor to give theater
going people some high class en
tertainments in the very near fu
meet at the
hurch next Monday tin
The Wo man
ance Union wi
3 p. m
ill mothers and
ire interested in
The Greatest Discovery Yet.
N try tiUko, 1*1
titled. ' .
ttleil I . t
Tliini •l,,'J,l •'
troin yi'U• '11
)Oil pleH'l. i -
| haltl petition •
1 m.-nt rend- •
] KUHI Mm y 1
«k prnyeii i"i -
in w i'
, y I :l II11 Ilk.'
skeleton and rare collection ot dis-
eased parts of the horse. Call and
VV. M. Repine, editor Tiskilwa, Bee doctor he is prepared to
III., "Chief," saye: "We won't |anBWer any question He gives
keep house without Dr. King's New j special attention to diseased feet
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, 1 atJ(j teeth.
mill Coldl. Experimented with many j
otliei-B. but never gotthelrue remedy whltecroum. v,.rmifui!,'iD«ure..vouri!hiM
_ ... , v l4. KalQ*tone MriouH dftQKer It promptly rids
until we used Dr. King S Nt.w " itofwormn. It acts thoroughly, but is Ju«t «i
covery. No other remedy can take j,irmi08g ana children'H remedy should
Its place in our home, as in it we Han been sold for years and received the
atlM for I wannMfcpraUs of grateful mothers ererywhen
Imve a certain and sure cure lor Jour<.hlu)|s ,,oeviell.nu bruait
Coughs, Co'ds, Whooping Coughs, | 1N pi^ks Its nose or starts In ita sleep
etc." II is idle fo experiment with
and irritated teeth He has a horse >
he Temperance cause to meet with
DINING STATIONS >,ui
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
Fifty Cents, a *.
other remedies, even if they aro urc- j
,. d on you a« Just as good as Dr.
liiug's New Discovery. They are
i of1 not as good, becauRO tins remedy
' | has a record of cures and besides is
ran. guaranteed. It never fails to satisfy.
1 Trial bottles free at Blake M lieeU. J
ausfivct the pretence ol worms. Health and
right growth euiinot come until the trouble in
removed, Cream Vermifuge cannot fall,
l'rioe 26 oeuts. Sold by Blake & Reed. 1
To Cure CoiiMtlpntion Forever
Take Cascarets candy cathartic
10c or 23c. If C. C. C. fail to cure
druggist refund money.
. M. K. I-1 km.I -(
. w. rookrs
, I 're
Does it pay? Yes, because in case
Dr. Simmons' Cough Syrup fails to
ure or give satisfaction the pur-
chase money is
Fixed for Fall Fun!
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
Bought in Car Lots and I'nld For in Spot C'_h1i
BED - ROOM - SUITS
—Solid Oak, Latest Patterns.
Folding, Iron and Children Beds.
More Beds and Better Beds.
And full line of Dinning Room Furniture.
Carpets < f Latf si Patterns i5, si Wei
mp^ts. bought before the Advam e.
Sewing Machines, Picture and Moulding*.
Stock full and complete. Everything kept in a first-class
WON'T BK UNDERSOLD IN OKLAHOMA.
W. B. MORTER 9 NORMAN' OKLA.
P refunded. Try a
Poland China I'lgs lor Sale.
I have some fine thoroughbred
male pigs for pale at reasonable
rate*. See me at iIm Kingk^l. Qapshaw Building where the B. B. Restaurant
farm one-half mile south < l| . , , i L — r i
Norman. H. W. Tatj:.
Backache, Sprains, Hruisrs, Cust
Kheumatism speedily cured by
using Hunt's Lightning Oil. Fail-
ng, money refunded.
I HAVE RENTED
was located and am prepared to serve you Good
Meals at a Reasonable Price. Come and see me.
w. p. shelton.
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Jarboe, Tom & Alkire, George A. The Democrat-Topic. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1898, newspaper, February 11, 1898; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117009/m1/3/: accessed May 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.