The Democrat-Topic. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, April 8, 1898 Page: 3 of 4

Much in Little
LEGAL NOTI©£§.
Is especially true of Hood's Pills, for no medi-
cine ever contained so groat curative power la
so small space. They are a whole medlclue
Hood's
Chest, always ready, al- ■ ■ ■
ways efficient, always sat- Sj| ■ I I A
lsfactory ; prevent a cold | | | ^
or fever, cure all liver ills,
sick headache, jaundice, constipation, etc. use.
The only l'ills to take with Hood's Barsaparllla.
NUTICK*
In ili«' matter of the «itsip <f O. I*.
TliOIIIpMmi, ilfreaKPil.
Ni.tinf It litit'by ti veil that on the Iflth. day
nf April iM'.txa ii a t'l rk A. M. to tne town «>f
Norman, I «*r ritory of oklahoma hi tin office o(
ProlmT Judge i« the time appointed to hear
the petitionot w. H. Morter, administrator,
ol'the i state ol'• P. I lit.ini win, deceased. lor
an order t" m l| the 1 >•!owing reale*tateot the
Mild Thompson. eli eea>;' I, to wit: Lots lliim-
Iter 1 1, l'i. IT, 1H, li . in bloc k number *7.
in tli'e town id Norn an, Cleveland County.
Oklahoma, aud all «ii" are latere*ted or In
any \\a\ «-ohc-tiic>1 ;u - .M r-t.ijr may appriu
It F. Williams
Irobttte Judge.
lit that time mid e
Why buy your Nurn ry Ftec-.k from
agents or dealer*, thus l elngr forced to
|.a\ exorbitant pric«> ' buy ittreet I rum
the growers al wholesale prices and
*>ive all dealets' and agents' profits.
Chu you save motley by doing go'' well
read the following and say for yourself;
In order to Introduce our large lineof
oholee nursery stock in this vicinity
we will, for a limited time, till the fol-
low lug order. uiiieliat regular agents'
prices would lie
loo 1'f-acli Trees, 'i ft. loc SIO.OO
IOO Apricot Tree* •• " 10.00
ti Early Ohio grapos *« I ll.OO
'i Hardy Perpetual Hoses I.OO
'i Kverbloomlug AHlieim I.OO
S i ti. 00
This entire order or trial shipment
will Ik-tent for 5.00, cash to ai c om-
pany the order, or no receipt off l bal-
ance C. o. I> Tills stork Is Hue and
thrifty and the above (t'tpciidoits offer
is made for n limited tunc to introduce
ourstockand met hod" of dealing direct
with the planters. If you do not need
all the stock listed you can easily dis-
pose of the surplus to yo.ur neighbors
at a handsome profit, fueli an offer has
never before been made in this vicinity
and is the chance ot a lifetime.
Slock will be so securely packed as to
stand a thousand mile shipment with-
out injury. Order at otu-e.
R 0 McGILL,
Has at all times the
CHOICEST
iti fact everything us-
ually kept in a
FIRST CLASS MEAT MARKET.
Publication Notice.
First Publication March 1 Ith 1*>.
In the I'isti let fouit. I hird Judicial District-
In aud for ( evclaud County, Oklahoma Terrl,
tory.
William W. .-iins .. Plaintltl i
Mary Sims Defendant.)
To the defendant, in the above entitled
cause: Vim are hereby notified, that suit has
neen (nought and that you have been sued,
and Petition of I'intntlff, tiled in the Clerk's
office, iu the above named Court, on the lltli
day of March lvK, asking for a divorce, and
that you must aunwer the petition of plaintltl
Hied against you, on oi bcioie the _'"Jnd day of
April 1MIS, or said petition will In- taken as
i rue, and judge neni lor a dlyorce will be
dered against you prayed for in said
petition.
V\ itness ti.e bund of the-Clerk and the seal
of Raid court, on tliis 8th day of March is.m.
SEA 1.1 Ko L Dt'NN,
iy John Kkanino, Clerk District Court.
Deputy.
B. F. Wolf, Arty, for P.tff. 18-4
Notice.
In the District Court, Third Jud clal Dis-
trict. In and for Cleveland County, oklahoma
Territory
Francis E. Ward— Plaintiff j
vs. / Publication
.1.11. Ward Defendant.) Notice.
To saiil Defendant, J. 11. Ward:
Von are hereby notified that /ou have been
sued by the above named plaintiff. Francis E.
Ward, who filed her petition in the above en-
tiled cause, Iu the office of the ' lerk of said
court, on the 7th day of March I8'.i8, in which
she prays for n decree of divorce against you
and fir the custody of her minor children.
Now unless you answer said petition on or
before the 21st day of April, is; 8, said petition
will b« taken as true and judgement and de-
cree will bo rendered as in said petition
prayed for.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court,
.it inv office in Norman, in said cou,.t.y and
Territory, this the "tli day of March, 181)8.
I SEA LI Ki.. L. DUNN,
by John Fkamn . Clerk District Court,
Deputy.
c, w. Brewer, Att'y for Pitft. :0-4
(lit l> Kit OF IIKAKIvo.
WHEN YCU WANT
Juicy, Well-Flavored
Steak, call on
W. B. ATGHESON,
the wide-awake up-to-
T< date butcher. Also
carries fish and oys-
' ters in season.
NORMAN, O, T.
A. T.
R^r.l Es'ate r>r.i\
Nfiin: AN.
ROSS
Insurance
Apr.'
B. F. WILLIAMS, Sr.
Attorney and councelior At Law,
Office over Mcfilnlcy X Iterry's
Will tfive spec i: 1 attention to busi-
ness iti District and Supreme
Courts and to commer-
cial practice.
NOW MAN O. T
DR. R. I). LOW 111! R~
1'HVSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office in Central Block over
Morter's Furniture Store.
Better than euro is prevention
By taking Hood's 8arsa^arilla you
may keep well, wilh pure Iilood. strong
nerves and a good APPETITE.
. dec
eel.
i- of Ileal In -
It appenriiiK from the petition or W. 11.
Morter, aduiiillstrator of the estnto of n. P.
Thompson, deceased, that Is necessary to fell
therc.il chtite, to wit: Lots number (I). <«),
i:t), (15>. (10), «17), (18), and (111), ill block 8!) in
t he town of Norman, belonging to the estate
of suid de: etued, to pay the debts due by said
It i> therefore considered and ordered by
the court, thttt all perse inn li.ivinc Interest in
-aid estate, are hereb> uolilfled, that the hear-
ing ot said |.etlthui will b" heard before the
linn. Probu'e Court of Cleveland County, '*
Notice.
Notice Is hereby giv n and proclamation is-
sue I that the annual election in Mml for the
Incorporated town of Norman, Okhchoma
Territory, will be bold In tab! town, iu the
re pective districts Iu ^Mi«l town, ut their
ugil il pbtees 'if votinK, on the first Mc nidus ot
May, which is the 2ud day of May '8MN, for
the'purpose of electing one trustee fnitn each
district, in suid town, and also a justice of
the peace, marshal, treasurer, countable ami
clerk for satd town who shall respectively
hold their office* until the first Monday in
May next foil wing. or uutil the.r successors
thorlty vested iu us by the laws of Oklahoma
Territory we have hereunto set our hands ami
seal us chNlrmauof the boara of trustees and
c.erk of said town a t
M. T. J. caphhaw,
Attest Chairman of the Hoard of Trustees.
Is K A 1.1 J. It. l'\ LKS,
Clerk.
Hicycles of the very best grade
at the City Drug & Hook store. 33t
An elegant stock of new jewelry
at Mayfield's drug store. 34 tf
W. W. Brown has bought the
right of exclusive sale in the state
of Mississippi for the Dunham
Window attachment
Beggs'German Salve is a cure | nine pound girl
for Piles, no matter how bad the
case may be. They relieve at once,
ncalds, old sores, burns, eczema,
tumors, etc. Sold by Blake & Reed.
Valley Cirove News.
iu The Lexington I-eadcr.
Health is good in this locality.
Farmers will begin to plant corn
next week.
The freeze last week killed all the
fruit.
The late rains have washed out
several brid ,es in this part of the
county.
Wheat and oats are looking very
btid since the freeze. We fear the
oats «ire ruined.
The raiuj* weather has kept the
people of Valley Grove from Sun-
day school for two weeks.
Science Hill Items.
In The lexington Leader.
Steve Helcel is pailinghim si nice
new garden.
Newt Helm is all smiles. It is a
b. f. wolf,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE ON MAIN ST.
NORMAN, - - OKLAHOMA.
G. W. BREWER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practice In Federal, Supreme Htid lowtr
courts.
OFFICE OVER KLLEOOK BLOCK.
Oklahoma.
Norman,
For A (IiimI, Clean Nliavc. (in To The
® l,WrlH>r •
M Mil Rooms in Connection.
J. R. PYLES, PROP.
J. ELLARD, DENTIST.
OFFICE, BLAKE BLDQ.
NORMAN.OKLA., TER
Ballard's Stow Liniment.
nedy that would be in everv home 11 all
. ounty in the town of Norman, < n the 8th.da>
of April iMc->, ut tiie hour of lOo'clcck of said j
da> at which time uml place all such persons
may appear ami shew cause, if any they have, I
wli\ Hiild petition should not be grunted.
Uatc il tliic U''2nd.f dav nf Maich, 1898.
:Mtf. H 1". Williams, Probate .nidge.
knew thousands In all parts of the coutlncnt
have leurnril. Thoeewhohave used Ordinary
liniments are amazed at what Snow Lini-
ment doc* and the rapidity with which it does
it. Cures liitnc hack, rheumatism, Neuialxia,
Soreness, Bruises, Strains- Muscular Pwlns
hVti,J?idVe"o|lV«ftVd I anywhere. Equally food for Animals. It. K
Morse, Traveling Salesman, tialveston, Texas,
■ayaj 'Two bottlei of Btllird'a Snow Lini-
ment cured me of HhcumatlFtn of threv
montb .• tHiidii fr," When buying, remember
Snow Liniment has no substitute. Held by
Itlake & Koed.
rublicatioii \i
Territory of Oklahoma,«
tin- luMrlcl < niirtof s.dd m
K. 1 Vau Aukeli, 1'l.ilutiil
; In rc by notllli
half of th«' pi i
oilice of l onglu« a
lahoma t'lty m i lie
Terrltorv < : Oklah
. I it \ ..I April l^-.-H.
..V' eck 'I in mill ■-
the t-iklngot the -
itr M
lep, Everybody Says So.
.ln.i c.iun'y. in, Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the
"V^'ot ceto ak>-! most wonderful medical discovery
of tli« aye, pleasant and refreshing
'"hint 'I> ■ positi->ns (o 11,4. ijiste, act gently and posi
d that the depositions li vely on kidneys, liver and bowels,
; • i! :is iiiciii-e on cleiinsitig Hie entire system, tlispel
1 ^ 11 '(\ colds, cure headache, fever, habit-
."s "itv'uk : ti 11 constipation and bilimiseness.
u 1.1 ■ >k lahoma in i he 1 Please huy f nd try a box cif (C. C\
v'. 'Vi''' tVi- hour- 1,'f1^ t" <!: 10 2n, 50 cents. Sold and
p in.'."n'^i Vim11 guaranteed to cure l y all drug,
ill ti-- iiljourned from . ists.
the
i. uplet"d
JACKS )
II It 1.1C ATI ON NOTICE,
Ten iton «-l' okhiluma. County of Cleveland
n I'rohate t ourt
In the- Matter of the Estate of l.i>Kaii
, Iter
ed.
.. .adluK aud flliug thepetltlon of W. T.
\ ou eli, of i levcland. c ounty, settlnR forth
that Lc<kuii ra> ton died Intestate on or about
tin* lltli. day of March 181<> unci |.raying that
let ters of aduiiulst ration oi t lie estate of said
deeCHSed be Issu.-d to laid W. I'. Vowell of
< levc land c ount) Uklahoina 'I'eri I'ory.
il I.- oidered. i hat mi'<I application and peti-
tion he lieai u hy the Judge of Probate in and
t>ii i e , .-land Count) .«iklahoma Territory, at
a da) ol i lie : • -ui. i .Marcli term to he held at
I is nitjce in -he town ot Norman, In said
t ounty of rli veland on tin-liJid day of April
a. I), i at Iu o'clock a. in, of that day.
It is iu. ihcr ordeieci, that due notice thereof
he given ti) publishing a copy of this order
for three successive weeks [once in each
week] prior lo said hearing, iu ilie Dkmocuat-
I'oru a newspaper published In said
[8K AL]
Hated March 18, 18iN.
By the Court.
II. F. W 11.1.1 A MS.
1'robatu J udge.
Tetter, Salt-Ilheum mid Kczema.
The intense itching nndsmnrtin;;, i.-ci-
(leut to these discu s, is instantly r.llayet"
by applying CI; inherlnin's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very biul cases
have bt-en permanently cured h;, it. It
v equally efficient tor itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples,
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
,*sd chronic sore eyes. 25 its. per box.
Hr. Catlj's Condition I'owdon, are
just what a horsu needs when in bad
Condition. Tonic, blood pnTifler and
yermifnge- They are ii '1 food but
medicine and the best in use to nut a
horse in prime condition. Price 25
cents per package.
Ity ruhllcatlon.
In the District Court in and for the County
ol Cleveland, Territory of Oklahoma.
GeorgeS. Hartley, Plalutllf,
H. F. linn ley, Allco Hartley . J. II
Inhhle, J. W Ii .
VNilllain ItartOi. \ (ieorne Bart
Co partners ss liarton It res., twof
fi-ro ltros., 1 r\ liooc > Co., J. II. Beck
ham, J. VN. Mercer and J. t>. Knight
c o purlers as Leekbam Aler cr A;
i;o., Keid Bros. I'ackiug Co., Ham-
ilton iirown Shoe Co . 1'lie Jerome
ulllt oi i. ii Co., it orporatiuu, Keui-
pc. lluiulley \ aicl'otuild to., a
Corporation, Kai ev, Alton Mcrcan
tlie i c ., Ke.u .uurdock \ t o., a cor-
poration , ami Jonn*011 File ha. Co.,
Dcfc in mils.
Territory ol Oklahoma.
The above named defcndantM and each of
I hem will take notii e thai they have been sued
in the I'isti ict 1 ourt ol the county ol cleve-
land, Territory ol oklahoma, that 011 the 2."it h
i,a\ of Marc h iMWOeorge .•>. Hartley plaiutill
heieln liicd hisnel ition in said Disirli t court
a-iiiust said cteleiidaiits. the object and prayvr
ol which are lo foreclose a certain moriKa((e
executed and delivered by the defendants
II. F. Ilanlc) and Mice Hartie) tos.id nisln
till tieorge .*>. 1111 • 11 -) upon the loilowiu^ de
scribed real estate lying and situate in tne
said c ountv ol t eveiauci territory of uklaho-
ina, to wit.
Lot No. ten 10 In bloc k sixty six UI in the
tswn ol Noimnu as the sau.e is ucsignated
upon the rec orded plat ol said town to seeuie
t lie pa) incut of 1 certain " '
The ruin talis on the just au«l tu -
just Heggs' Cherry Cough Syrup
cures a cold, asthma, and lagrippe
caught in rain or shii.e. We keep
it. Blake & Reed.
See J. \V. William's fine jack, Ken-
tucky Hob, before breeding else-
where-. Located|uearClark'8 Gin on
Little river. Terms $7.00 to insure
colt to stand and suck. 35 2m
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. C'arcarets Candy
Cathartic, the wonderful new liver
stimulant and intestinal tonic are
by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C. C. C. are a
sure thing. Try a box to-day; 10c.,
25c., 50c. Sample and booklet free.
All druggists.
Poland China I'igs for Sale.
I have some line thoroughbred
male pigs for Hale at reasonable
ton rates. See me at tha Kingkade
farm one-half mile south of
Norman. H. W. Tate.
t-f
aid date
Through Service
— BETWEEN
ST. LOUIS,
CH ICAGO,
KANSAS CITY
AND THE
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
TEXAS.
WiGNER BUFFET SLEEPERS
** AND
free reclining
dining stations
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
SUPERIOR MEALS,
Fifty Cents.
n Ol fcliVi (HI and
Per Cent per
uuum, thai there it> now uue upon bald uo.c
ud moriKuKc ?."i7').70 for wlileli sum with lu-
cien) iruui inih date plainti>l pru)e for a de
rcctliatbniddcluinliiiitr-.il F. Uitrtleynud
| Alloc llai tic) be required to pay tUet>auieor
t nut nan! premises flui) lie nolo in nitiHt) the
amotiut louiiU du • harrliiK all Interest right
ami tit ,c- of all suid defendants in or to said
I rciiiiM. f and you aud each ui yo.i arerecjuired
to aiiower said netitloii on oi belure tuc <>th. ,
Luy.il Muj I Mi-i,r ml.1 p. tlllol, lil bo l.ken | CMM io M.IK-
true and judgine" -
To Cure Constipation Forever
Take Cascarets candy cathartic
10c or 25c. IfC. C. C. fail to cure
druggist refund money.
The Liver Keeps People Well.
when the Liver is sluggish all
other organs are involved. You
suffer from constipntion, 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 tine Herbine.
It cures quicklv when other reme-
dies utterly fail. Regulate the liver
purify the blood. Herbine i a
harmless vegetable remedy thnt
gives new life and energy almost
from the first dose. Price 75 cts.
Free trial bottle Blake «.t Ktjed.
I >o Your Children Thrive.
It Is the business of chlldron to cat and
grow. If you have a child that eats well but
does iot grow, or Its appetlle Is vurlable, you
onus. There ate apt
uleied utfHiiiKi you I to be other symptom*. I'uee Ii pale, eyes are
and cadi ol J.I'HI cLuiuK that fa.d plalntlu I dull, sleep is broken, the child picks at Its
n, 'i;1,,!1'" ... • «•«> «««•1 - <«■' -• -
Mild ueMuibed real estate unl be by said | Vermifuge Every w<-rm will be destroyed
i i-iirt o'dered to be sold to satisfy saiu moi t-
guge indebtednc sH barring nil i i^lit title Inter
est and equity ol redemption ot all and each
ol mii.I dele-miauls iu uuu to said premises or
auy part theteol.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
baud and alHxed the Htnl of said Court tnis
llie °4,itlidii\ el .tlaich 1HV8,
' Kd L. Ininu,Clerk Distrlet Court
iSeaij Hy John 1-iaulng, Deputy
Newell a Jackson, Anys tor Planum. :u 3
What a pity Science Hill litis one
honest man.
'e are looking for a wedding in
our community soon.
Mrs. Bryne visited Mrs. Charlie
Curtice on last Sunday afternoon.
Ouite a number of our farmers
are going to sow alfalfa this spring
Farmers are getting badly be-
hind with their work owing to so
much rain.
We are still having plenty of
rain and sleet but perhaps sum-
mer will come later on.
Sam Abbot had a house raising
last Wednesday. He also has a
new girl baby at his home,
There are some very brd places
in the roads between here and Lex-
ington, which the road overseers
should have fixed.
Kvery farmer should have a ma
chine to repair his harness. H. W.
Stubbemati will sell you one for $1.
that will keep your harness iu re
I>2iir for yearn. Ask to see it. lillf.
As a general thing I am down on
all kinds of patent m-dicines, but
am happily disappointed after a
trial of Hegg's Cherry Cough
Syrup among my customers and
patients. It relieves all throat and
lung difficulties at once.
H. F. Ogden, M. I).
Thin oilice is in receipt of a poem
"a fallen friend" but cannot pub
lish same for the reason no name
is signed to it.
Two Million a Year.
Whe^ people buy, try, and buy
again, it means they're satisfied^
1 he people of the United States are
now buying Cascarets Candy Ca-
thartic at the rate of two million
boxes a year and it will be three
million before New Year's. It
means merit proved, that1 ascarets
are the most delightful bowel re-
gulator for everybody the year
round. All d:uggists 10c, 25c, 50c
a box, cure guaranteed*
The Rocky Po'nt Literary socie
ty gave a basket supper last Fri-
day night. Thirty two baskets
were sold for $28.00. The proceeds
of the supper will be used to pur-
chase lamps etc for the school
house to be used for public pur-
poses. Miss Luly Jackmon was
awarded ti lovely cake by being
the best looking young lady pres-
ent.
Annual Convention National
Plumber's Association.
San Antonio Tex., April 13—1(>
1898.
On account of above meeting we
are authorized to sell tickets to San
Antonio Texas and return at rate
of one fare for the round trip.
Date of pale April 9, 10 and 11.
Limited to return fifteen days from
date of sale.
'M'im
sr.fsmsi: ASM SHIRTWAIST
come together. The weather propli
et will Rive the brlRht ihi)S, but «.■
b«v« ti"' Shirtwaists, iluudroda <.i
them here ready to change owner
ship ut small cost.
Kvery season the cVsIkus sr.- > eau-
liflecl. and method ot iiinkintr linprov
ed We liMve prohaMy the best line
ever offered. They areMplendld value
clear through. Stylishly made of
Percale and Zephyr glnghiitn. and
Madross cloth, with loose front and
yoke back. All the new colorings
aud convl.Inations. Kvery si/.e from
3*J to 40, at 5oc to 91 Sh.
GRAND LEADER.
©.

ailitls.
I uhllcation Notice.
luthe l'i<ibato Court of ili.i County of Cleve-
land, Territory <'i ' iklahoma.
Iu t he unit u rot lhe i Notice of application
cstalcol Mis. M i. / of Letters ol ulmiuiH-
Dulin Deceived. > tration.
Not Ice is hereby km eli that A. F UOOde and
also Letters o| i .uiiiuinnidnp Upon tile e.-tntc-
a nd person of tne miner children as filed
w ith the ludge ot t ids t ..urt a petition pray-
ii.g lor 1 .el loi a ot AdiuluUl ration id Mil*. Al.
I. 11ii 1 >ii, dcceastil, and thai the lWth day ol
April iWM, at lUoMnckM n < i said day, bo*
ii,K a day ot a regular term ot this court to
uu of the Mao n term, 1-MW. at Norman,
Cleveland county, Ok aliouia Territory at my
otlue in nab! county h-veiand h.i« neeu set
I,,r bearing nam petition wim and « lu re any
pi i on iiiiciesleu inn) appear and allow cause
wiiy tne said petition aliounl not tiu granted.
DaU <1 March lW'f. 116-
I y a. If. WiLLUMS.
i'robate Jud^v.
aud the child will be able to grow and deve-
lop a* nature Intended. Price cent* sold by
lllake & Heed.
Kducatc Bowels With Cascarets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipa-
tion forever. 10c., 25c. If C. C. C
ail, druggists refund money.
To The Farmers.
A few reasons why every farmer
should buy the Manire & Hjod
plow for protection:
It saves one hundred per cent to
the farmer.
It yields good profits to the a-
gents.
Anyone can adjust it without the
aid of a black-smith.
It will make old plows run like
new ones and will keep new ones
from wearing out.
We wants agent in every county
in the United States. Address.
Manire and Hood.
34 tf. Norman, Okla-
R. J. Morgan, Agt.
The two year old son of W. L, Fugason, of
Bolton, Miss., had the whooping cough. "Af-
ter several physicians had prcHcribcd for him,
without giving relief," writes Mr. Furgasou,
"I i ersuuded my wife to try a :i5 cent bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The first dose
had the desired effect, and In forty-elKlit
hour# he whs entirely free from all coigli. I
1 consider your remedy the best In the mar-
kets, especially for children and recoirmend
it at all times." The 25 and 5) cent sizes for
sale by all druggists.
A Clever Trick.
It certainly looks looks like it, but
there is really iio tnek about it.
Anybody can trv it who lias Lame
Bae* and Weak Kidneys, Malaria or
nervous troubles. We mean he can
cure hiinse I right away by taking
Electric hitters. This medicine
tones up the whole system, a< is as a
stimulant to the Liver and Kikneys,
is a blootl purifier and a nerve t< nic.
It cures Constipation, Headache,
Fainting Spells, Sleeplessness mul
Melancholy. It is purely vegetable,
a mild laxative, and restores the sys-
tem to its natural vigor. Try Elec-
tric Hitlers ami be convinced that
they are a miracle worker. Kvery
bottle guaranteed, Only 50c bottle
at HIake & lleed. ^
Co to Norman Lum
ber Companyfor bug-
gies. New stock, up
to date styles and bot
tom prices. Having
arranged a buggy dis-
play room up stairs
we can now show
them better than ever
before and we invite
you to look over our
stock before buying.
Very Respectfully.
NORMAN LB. CO.
Special Bargains In Farm
An improved deeded farm, ItV.)
acres within two miles ol Norman.
Price per acre. Reason for
selling owner not si farmer. This is
n bargain and can be had on easy
terms. Also 400 acres of cultivat-
ing land. 800 acres of grass pasture,
house with rooms, good bam,
good orchard of apples, peaches
and cherries and ever lasting run
ning spring water. This i.~- it four
v,.ars lease, located ten miles west
of Pauls Vallrv. Price for the
whole tiling $1,200.
\V. IT. SEAWRM..
Norman <)kla.
The Best Liniment. -"Chamberlain's Pain
Palm Is the finest on earth." write Rdwauls
Parker, of Plains, < a This Is the verdict of
all who use it. For rheumatism, lame hack,
Fpmins, swellings and the numerous slight
aliments and accident a common to everv
household, this liniment has no equal. With
It. In the house, a great deal of pnln and tuif-
ferlng may be avoided. For salo by all
druggists.
Til K SI UK I.Atihll'I'Kt I n I ,
There Is no use suffering from this dreadful
muladv, If you will only get the right remedy.
You are having pain all through your body,
your liver is out of order, having no appetite,
no life or ambition, have a bid cold, In fact
lompletely used up. Electric Hitters Is
the only remedy that will give you prompt
and sure relief. They net directly on your
Liver, Spmiuch and Kldtieya. tone up the
whole aystem and make you feel like a new
being They are guaranteed to cure or price
funded. For sale at Wake & Heed's Ilrug
Store only 50 cents per bottle. il>
llcauty is Blood Deep.
Clean blond means ti clean skin
No beauty without it. Cascarets
Candy Cathartic clean your blood
and keep it clean, by stirrimr 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.
All druggists, satisfaction guaran-
teed, 10c, 25, 50.
Farm Loans.
I expect to be away from Norman
temporarily and have made ar-
rangements with my associates in
the Citizens Hank, Messrs J. \V.
Hocker and I). I. I.arsh to give
attention to my Farm Loan busi-
ness during my absence.
We have facilities for making
Farm Loans promptly, at low rates,
and on most favorable terms.
Those desiring loans of this char-
acter will find it to their interest to
call tifon Messrs Hocker and
I.arsh and obtain our rates and
terms before applying elsewhere
Very Respectfully,
I). \Y. M.\KnrANT.
Pres. Citizens Bank, Norman O.T.
A NAIlltOW KBC'A PK,
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E.
Hart, of (Jroton, 8. D. "Was taken with a
bad cold which settled on tnv lungs; cough
set in and Anally terminated in Consumption,
Four Doctors gave me up, laying I could live
but a short time I gave myself up to my
Saviour,determined If I could not stay
with my friends on earth. I would meet my
ubsont ones above. My husband was ad-
vised to get Dr. King's New Discovery lor
Consumption, Coughs md Colds 1 gave It a
trial, took in all eight bottles. It has cured
me, and I thank God I atn saved mid now a
well and healthl) woman." Trial bottles frr<•
at Blake & Reed's Drug store.
Regular size 80c and ti.U). Guaranteed or
price refunded, 1,1
• JOHN F. RICE SELLS
PIANOS and ORG ANS.
Don't nay two prices for an Oryan or l'iano hut. call at. Captain Itice'p
Wist Side Furniture Store and examine the best instruments on earth
inti L'« t lii< «-a«h prices and 1 am nun you will ic-ver huy anything
the kind on a credit, also, all the latent up lo date styles of upholstered
furniture at eye opening prices. In the Adkins store bldg, Norman, Ok.
^'saiifiliell,
Has lately bought the J. A. Jackson Livery
Stock. When you want team that will
take you at a ''Nancy Hanks gait," see
him.
11. McC ALL and Co.
Does a General
Transfer Business.
MtMiMimMtiMMUMitimUttMMtMlltMMMM
YOUR LITT E BOY
Could do your marketing for you at our store.
Have him stop here as he goes to school and
leave your order.
It VJL/ill Be Deliuered promptly.
Remember we carry a complete line of Dry
Goods, Boots, Shoes and Groceries.
McGINLEY & BERRY.
thmiHitwmmwmHWimwtiiiwmwiK
U H is]
Furniture!
Furniture!
Still in the Ring!
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
Hou^lit in Car Lots and I'aid For in Spot C«sh.
BED - ROOM - SUITS
—Solid Oak, Latest Patterns.
Folding, Iron and Children Beds.
More Beds ami Better Beds.
BOOK CASES,
OFFICE DESKS
And full line of Dinning Room Furniture.
Carpets • f Latest Patterns Best Weave.
LaRP^TS. Ill-fort' tin; A il vanri-
—Sewing Machines, Picture and Mouldings.
Stock full and complete. Kverything kept in a first-class
Furniture House.
WONT BK UNDERSOLD IN OKLAHOMA.
W. B. MORTER , NORMAN' OKLA.
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IF YOU WILL VISIT EVERY
STORE LIKE OURS IN THE
TOWN AND #
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eo/nPAReTweiR goods
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WITH OURS AND THEIR
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PRICES WITH OUR PRICES,
YOU WILL QUICKLY S?e
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how you might start
a snug little
bank account with the money you
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save at our prices.
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i:
KKOS.
For a
First Class
Tailor Made Suit, ce
Wilmes and Hagen, the up-
to-date tailors, rear of Nor-
man State bank.
HURRY UP
and place your order
for a Binder for IF
YOU DONT you
might miss the
chance to buy THE
FIRST THING
THAT IS OFFEREDI
YOU, and the other
fellow who has to sell
his Binder before youj
get a chance to see Aj
BETTER ONE might
missasale. y s \ a j \
Howeverif you have | ( J/\ [J
been so reckless at> tu|
defer buying until
your CROP IS AS
SURED we will be
pleased to show you
our 1898 RIGHT
HAND McCORMICK
and if you are not
convinced that it has!
more NEW AND DE
SIRABLE FEAT
U RES than any other!
Binder on the market To Township Trustees and Road Overseers. We
CAR
CAR
LOAD
JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENTS
just received by THE NORMAN
LUMBER COMPANY and more
to arrive.
^GLTDDErrand^BAKER PER-
FECT BARBED WIRE JUST
RECEIVED BY NORNAN LUM-
BER COMPANY.
NOTICE.
the other feliew is en-
titled to your order.
Respectfully.
NORMAN LB. CO.
A. D. ACERS Mgr.
have just received a car of Sewer Pipe for Road and
Culvert work. Call and get prices.
Norman Lumber Co.
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