The Democrat-Topic. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1900 Page: 3 of 4

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QUIT-BUSINESS SALE.
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W E regret very much to say this. The two years we have been in business in Norman have been very pleasant ones, and we have buiit up a trade here which we do not like to leave, but business else
T T where demands our attention and WE MUST CLOSE OUT THE STOCK. —- -
$15,000
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Worth ol Good New Ma
To Be Sold at Cost or Less.
EVERYTHING IN
Dress Goods, Corsets,
Silks, ® Notions,
Velvets,
Trimmings,
the: stock
Domestics,
Boots and Shoes, S
Hats and Caps,
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Furnishing
Goods,
Underwear,
SOLD,
Clothing,
© Blankets,
Carpets,
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Our entire stock of CLOAKS will be sold at ONE-HALF FORMER PRICE. This means $2.00 Capes for $1.00; $4.00 Capes for $2.00; $5.00 Capes and Jackets for $2.50; $7.50 Capes and Jacket
for $3.75; $10.00 Capes and Jackets for $5.00, and so on through the stock. Our Cloaks are all new and we still have a good assortment to select from.^."*«^^Such an opportunity may never be offered you
again. If you don't need the goods this season it will pay you to buy now at this Closing Out Sale and save them till next year.^jiM.^Come early while the stock is complete, as the assortment will soon be
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GOODS OHARGED.
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\ The Farmers' Grain and Implement Co.,
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We will pay the highest market price for
Grain. Hogs and Cattle, and will sell you all
kinds ot Farming Implements at the lowest
living prices. If you have Grain, Fat Hogs
or Cattle to sell, Jet us give you prices on
them. When needing Farm Implements, see
us. The growth of our business shows that
our customers find it profitable to buy here.
The Fanners' Grain & Implement Company.
CONDITION OF NORMAN STATE BANK,
Norman, Oklahoma,
At the Close of business Sept. ig 1899.
RE8OUROE8
Lords and Discount*,
W arrants and other securities..
Overdraft*
Real Estate
lurnlturo and Fixtures
Expenses I'ald
Caeh and Sight Exchange
Total
f T4.T0I.H8.
19,341 j4.
3,778.08,
18,000.00.
1,000.00.
ftn.41.
ao,i;ffl.Q4.
$141,893.10.
LIABILITIES.
Paid In Capital
Due to Other Bunks
Deposits
Undivided 1'reflts
.Surplus
$ 30.000.00
1.M2 4 !
104.aHJ.U2
1.847.H1
4,000.00
I, C. H. Bessent, Cashier of the above bank, do solemnly swear thai
the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge.
. . 4 T, H. Dibble, I n. . C, II. Bessent. Cashier.
Correct-Attest.^ Smith; | D,rectors.
[SEAL.] Sworn to and subscribed before me this 30th day of September 1899
My commission expires May 24, 1902. J. H. Dibble, Notary Public,
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IRON FRONT LIVERY J
c II you want to swap horses, to buy or to sell,
, There's no place around where you'll do quite so well, ft
5 If you come to our stable, we'll take speciul care &
■{ To nttend to your orders at prices quite fair. j5
2 And then we have horses and buggies to let, ™
2 And you will do as well here as you have ever dene yet. n
j If you and your friends desire t<> ride out 2j
^ We have what w ill please you without any doub t. £
£ And If you want to ride fast we will let you have those
7 Thai are quite hard to beat, us every one knows .
x And this is a matter we would have you ull know:
We have good steady horses that will travel more slow; ?j
•x With care tin re's no danger of loosing your life.
\ Or the Ule of your sweetheart or children or wile, u
v But should you be careless we'll now toll you what, w
x Vou'il have a small f mash tip as l.kely as not. ft
^ If you ride out for pleasure or liavo business to do, j$
We will give you u eurriuge with one horse or two.
Or if you preler a gcjod horseback tide,
We'll see that in this your wants are supplied. p.
1 W ith horses and bugules we con suit you in style,
To take a short join ne\ or go many a mile.
v\ hen >ou gel through you rihould take t .e buck track,
5 and not go so lur as to never come back. i
5 This wholsome adviee we give to you all,
VS ben you want to ride out Just K ve us a call;
'1 hen w hen sou return you should pay what iB due. 11
Then all will he well between HAYNti and you.
OSCAR HAYNES, Prop. 3
UOiH {KK5CWKK2 tHWKS . OOCKltKHJCCHKK titKKi 'i
ELECTED
To furnish the best LIVERY accommoda-
tions for the money, as I have no old run-
down rigs to work off, or broken down horses.
My prices are as low as they can consistent-
ly be. My motto is, Live and let live.
Your patronage is solicited. CAMEL LIVERY AND FEEL) S'lABLE,
G. W. CAMPBELL, Prop.
I Notes About Town. 1
Whether we are living in the
nineteenth or twentieth century is
causing considerable discussion
anions" Norman citizens. Judge
Wilkins declares that a man willi a
thimble /till of brains should know
that this is the beginning of the
twentieth century. J. T. Phelps
doesn't give a cuss, W T. Mayfield
has reserved his opinion for ten
years to We sure he is right, Robt.
Barbour declares we will be in the
nineteenth century for several
years to come, and there the matter
stands. The discussion has not
stopped the great solar system in
its movement but may have had a
warping effect on the north pole
Eloped With a Negro.
The Southern portion of the
county lias a full Hedged eeusation
by reason of a white girl, Miss Me-
Close, seventeen years of age,
eloping with a negro, Geo. Jenkins,
forty years of age. The elopers
were captured in Pottawatomie
county, brought to Norman where
the negro was given a trial before
Judge Williams and sent to jail.
The case is a dirty one and not
proper matter for insertion in a
religious publication like the
Democrat.
The most popular route to
St. Louis and all points east.
To Kansas City and all
points west.
bantu Fe trains make close con
nections at Oklahoma City and
Wichita for ull points on the Frisco
line.
St. Louis and Kansas City mail
and express leaves Oklahoma City
at 0:15 every morning; Wichita at
1:00 o'clock and 0:50 p. m. fhe 0:13
train from Oklahoma I ity and 1:00
o'clock train from Wichita arrives
at St. Louis the lollowing morning.
rhe9:50train from Wichita arriv.
in St. l.oui 6:30 the following eve
ning. Irain leaving :tt. Louis at
8:6U every evening arrives at OKla-
homa City at li:2U the tollowu^g
evening and Wichita at 3:10.
1 lirough reclining chair ars and
Pullman Palace Sleepers between
."St. Louis, Oklahoma City and V\ ich-
ita.
Further information will be cheer-
fully given by the nearest agent or
B. F. l)i w
Dist. Pass. Agt. Wichita, Kan.
Byron Snyder, G. P. A., St. Louis.
Have your clothing dyed and
cleaned by .loe Chambers.
The best place in town to buy
saddles is at H. W. Stubbeman.
Norman Building and Loan As-
sociation.—Money,
The N. 13. flour is the best in the
market. Norman Milling & Grain
Co. 19-tf |
The White Realty company will
furnish you an abstract on short
no* ice. 10-tf.
Smoke the Yara Cuba, an elegant
five cent cigar for sale by W.T.
Mayfield. 19-4t
The Yara Cuba cigar is the best
five cent ciger in the market. W.
T. Ma> field. 10-4t
Joe Chambers, dyes, cleans and
presses ladies and gents fine
wearing apparel at reasonable
prices.
Farmers we want your corn
Will pay you the highest market
price for name . Norman Mill &
Elevator. 12 tf
Have that title perfected. An
abstract from the White Realty Co.
will indicate an)' irregularites that
may exist. 10-tf.
If you enjoy a trood biscuit or
loaf of fine lightbread. order at
sack of "N. B." from any meichan
in Norman. 19-tf
Joe Chambers is prepared lo
make that last winters' suit of
yours look as new and fresh as
though just from the tailor shop.
J. I). Woraack tfc Co., grocers,
closed their doors just as the
Democrat was goino to press. We
di<J not learn whether an assign-
ment was made or creditors closed.
indigestion
dyspepsia
biliousness
and the hundred and one simi-1
lar ills caused by impure bloocl
or inactive liver, quickly yield!
to the purifying and cleansing:
properties contained in
tlobnstSn's
frarsaparilla
QUART BOTTLG.
It cures permanently by acting
naturally on all organs of the
body. Asa blood-clcanncr, flesh-
builder, and health restorer, it
Mas no equal. Put us in Quart
Bottles, and sold at Si each.
"THE MICHIGAN DRUG COMPANY."
Detroit, Mich.
Take LlvereUe* for Llrer III.. 35c.
Sold by Barbour A Sons, also
Blake & Reed.
Mrs. Dodge, of Iowa, visited her
sister, Mrs L>. C. Talbot, of Case
township during holidays. The
sisters had not met in twenty two
years.
The Norman Milling & Grain Co.,
is now ready to buy the new crop
and will p«y the highest market
price in cash. Otf
LKCJAL NOTICE.
Estate of HVank Wltto, I ti the Probate Court
of Clevelond County Oklahoma, Territory.
Pursuant to an order mado on the 25 day of
i'eeember 1 W notice!■ hereby Kiv« n ;hat Mrn
i sophia Wltto? linn made application lor tne
I'lolmU o| \t HI of Erank Wltte deconfed also
for liCtterH Testamentary, mid application
will be heard on the 6th day of January iwm at
the Probate Court room In Norman Cleveland
County Oklahoma Territory when and where
any one Interested in said ' estate may appear
an<i contest name It. E. WILLIAMS
(£eal) 212 I'rob-ite Judge,
I HAVE
Just received my Fall
samples of suits. Call anc
examine them. I can make
ycu an inside price*
A very pretty custom obtains among cer-
tain classes by which the newly married
pair starts a ; avings hank for the child yet
to be. Every day a penny or a dime, as
the caae ma^v be, is dropped into the bank
to swell the fund,
and this practice is
kept up until the
child is old enough
to save for itself.
The parents have
the right theory but
how rarely they
carry it to its broad-
est application.
Every mother is
perforct laying up
for her child what
money cannot in
fluencc— happiness
or misery. The
nervous mother will
have a nervous
child. The irrita-
ble and fearful mother cannot have a happy
and cheerful hild. In mind and body the
child will rcf .*ct the mother's condition.
The best p-r para ton for motherhood is
made by tlic me o.' Dr Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. Its perfect control over the
sensitive fenrnine organism gives it a
natural influence ov r the mind. It ban-
ishes anxiety and f- a . It does away with
the ser*. cfinortiitg sickness. It give?
vitality a;u' < lasticity to the organs pecu-
liarly jfemrjine, ami makes the trial of
mothechood easy and brief. It makes
healthy mothers, capable of nursing and
nourisft'n:: the babes they bring into the
world. " J* vorite Prescription" contains no
alcohol, whisky or other intoxicant. Accept
-no subsiiiu*
Mrs. y'oGF-'i Kj< r of Gordunvillc. Cape C.lrar-
denu C« wiUes "When I look nt my
little l>ov ! -r? it my duty to write to you I'm
hap* some «* t- will see my testimony and be
U d to use \ mrr ' Favorite Prescription ' and 1><-
bless- I in tiw tanje way. This is my fifth child
and 1 ' 'v one- who' came to maturity; the
other in't Jietl from lack ol nourishment—
so the < I1.1t . *.in\ I was not sickly in anyway
and this ' nit : iufct thought I would try your
"Prescription I took nine bottles and to my
surprise it carried", me through and gave us as
fite a little as «wer was Weighed ten and
onc-hal'* loondfl. He is now five months old,
has never Krn sufc.i day. and is so strong that
everylnxlv wln< sc r* him woaders at him. He is
so playful nml hcl a« hitr.self up so well. I would
like to see this in j*-int for f many hnve asked
me, ' Do you think these are the testimonials of
the people, or has r r Pierce just made them
up and printed thc*n ?' *•
Dr. Pierce's Please nt Pellets cure bilious-
ness.
NOTICE.
Pursuant, to an order made on tho 20th day
ol December. A. I)., 18W. Notice is hereby
given that VS'ni. O. tireeuhaw tins made up-
plication for Letters of Administration of the
estate of J. L. (Jreenhow, doeeased. Haid ap-
plication will be lean! on the Ath day of
January, lWX) In the Probate Court r« om,
Norinan, Cleveland county, O. T., when and
where anyone interested may appear ; ud
contest same b. E. Wii.mams.
I'rohatf Judg«
Bon Ton Meat Market,
LOUIS RENNER, Prop.
Keeps on hand at all times
THE BEST MEAT.
Will buy Hides arid Furs.
Game in Season.
East Main St.,"- Norman, Okla.
CocHtipation leads to liver trouble
and torpid liver to Bright's disease
Prickly Ash Bitters is n certain
cure at any stage of the disorder
Sold by lilak & Reed.
Notice of Probate of Will.
Notlc hereby given that William F. blaok-
burn has flhd his petition in the probate
nurt ol cleveland County, Oklahoma Terr I-
tor>. for the Probate of tbe bast Will and
Testament of Kll/.abeth blackburn, deceased
and tar l etters Testamentary lo bo issued to
said Petit! ner as Executor of sHld Will; and
that I0:0o o'clock, a. m , on Sattuday .January,
'„Mth, A. I)., 1900, hu been set for the hearing
(d said petition, at the office of the Probate
JiiiIkc of said county. All persons interested
InsiidtHta e may appear at said time and
place and file their objections to the probat*
Iuk of said will and to the issuing of letters of
administration to said petitioner.
(ilven under my hand and official seal thss
£)th day of December, lHW.
Ikk.vl] B. F. Williams,
Probate Judge.
No dimmer is complete without
fruits bought of R. K. Chambers.
A limited amount of money to 1
loan reasonably. Build yourself a j
home with us—See,
a McDainel. Sec.
NOTICK OF LAND HALE.
Dll'ey, deceased, liie undersigned, as executor
I the estate of said Elizabeth ('. Oott'ey. will
oiler for sale, to the highest and best bidder,
between the hour of 0 o'clock, a. m. and the
sett inn of tbe suu, od Saturday, January, 13th,
A I)., 11)00, at the East entrance of the dis-
trict court houae. In tlie town of Normun, in
cleveland County, Oklahoma Territory, the
following described land, to-wlt:
The Southeast quarter of Section Twenty-
three, in Township nine. North Itange Two,
West, of Indian Meridian, in said Cleveland
county. Terms of sale One half cash and
one half on twelve mouths time, deferred pay-
ment to be secured by Hen on land.
11. H. KVKKKTT,
C, W. ItiiKwKR, Executor.
Attorney for K&ocutor. JO-at
NO TICE TO CHEWTOIta.
In the Matter of ll e Estate of E. K.
Ford, deceased.
All persons having claims against said
E. It. Ford deceased, are required to ex-
hibit the same, with the ne.eaHary vouoheri.
to the undersigned, Administratrix of enid
estate, at her residence In Liberty Township,
six miles west (rem Norman, in the county
of < leveland oklahoma Territory, and that
six month* have been limited as the time f<\r
cr« dlto' H to present their claims ugjiiuxi said
estate.
bated tbe 8th day of December, 189t .
mattik M. l ojlb,
10- It Adminlstratrit,
Have your suits cleaned, dyeti
and pressed by Joe Chambers.
S REAL ESTATE
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INSURANCE
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WHITE
I'ay taxes for non-residents.
Furnish Abstracts Correspondence
Solicited.
Ofbca rear of Citucni Dank, NORMAN. OKLAHOMA
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looked Food
CHARTER OAKS
_ Cook Properly,
is about as useful
in the stomach as
a keg of uails
would be iu a fire
under a furnace,
EVERY CHARTER1 OAK IS GUARANTEED
For Sa.le By JAMES D. MAGUIRE.
First-Class TVn Shop Upstairs.
And Produce
N 'itritious Food,
with Little Fuel
AND
No Trouble.

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Jarboe, Tom & Russell, Undril S. The Democrat-Topic. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1900, newspaper, January 5, 1900; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117131/m1/3/ocr/: accessed May 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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