Norman Democrat--Topic. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, July 13, 1906 Page: 3 of 6
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See Oklahoma Farm Mortgage Co.
R. S. Barbour went to Sulphur ou
Our farm loan terms are the best.—
H. S. Peebles.
Sheriff Bryant made a business trip
to Guthrie Tuesday.
Mike Donnelly came up from Ft
Worth Sunday morning.
Mrs. W. T. Tate came down from
Oklahsma City Tuesday.
Tom Capshaw transacted business
at Oklahoma City Tuesday.
Miss Katie and Joe Hartman came
up from Gaiuesville, Texas, Tuesday.
Mrs. J. B. Williams left for Cle-
burne, Texas, Tuesday to visit her
A. Martin Kiugkade returned Mon-
day from a mouth's visit in Kansas,
Chicago and Ohio.
By purchasing vour tailor made
clothes of Theo. Osterhansyou patron
ize a home industry. 30-tf
Mow about tliat tarni loan?
We can liolp you. See Oklaho
ma Farm Mt|f Co. 45 ti
F. M. Garrison. J. B. Kolater and
Mr. Barryinau were here from Lexing-
ton township Tuesday.
Prof. Geo. Sanders of the South-
western Normal at Weatherford arriv-
ee Sunday to visit relatives.
Money to loan on improved farm se-
curity. See others then sec me. John
E. Millar, Norman, Okla. 36-tf
Money to loan on improved farm
security. See others and then see me.
—John K. Millar, Norman, Okla
Miss Ola Meyer arrived last week
from Holton, Kansas, to visit her
brothers, W. H. and H. F. Meyer.
Don't suffer for the want of ready
money. If you have property or busi
ness for sale see U.S. Peebles & Co.
W. P. Maxwell and wife and son,
Henry, returned Tuesday from James-
port, Missouri, after an extended visit.
Ice and bottled beer delivered to any
part of the city. Beer phone, 252; ice
phone, 228. Moss Brewing Co. O.
H. Anderhub, Agt. 41 tf
John T. Deal of Maguire and Miss
Lizza Henderson of Henderson were
united in marriage by A. B. Thomas
at Purcell last week.
Mrs W. E. Simpson and two child
ren of Hobart and Mrs. A. C. Smythe
of Calvin, I. T . visited their sister,
Mrs. Win. Newblock, last week.
1 will be glad to tune and repair
your piano any time between June 15
and August 1. Leave your orders at
Barbour's Drug Store. Fredkik Holm-
Mr. and Mrs H. O. Kuhne of Cen-
tralia, Missouri, were the guests of Mr
and Mrs. Geo. Wymore from Sunday
until Tuesday. Mrs. Kuhne is
te. of Mr. Wymore.
When you buy or sell real estate
there is abstracting to be done. H. S.
Peebles is a bonded abstracter aud he
will do your work promptly and ac-
curately. See him. 4^
Our office 'phone is number 22, our
residence 'phone, number 219. When
you want insuiauce, abstracts or a
loan, or want to buy or sell real estate
call us up. H. S. Peebles & Co. 48
H. S. Peebles & Co Bonded Ab-
stracters and the leading Farm Loan,
Real Estate and Insurance Firm.
Office rear of City National Bank, Nor-
man. Office phone 22. Residence
phone 219. 51 tt
Prof. Chas. Kirk who has been visit-
ing here for several days returned to
Oklahoma City Tuesday. He will
leave about August 20th for Montana
where be has been elected a member
of the university faculty.
Mrs. S A. Hayes aud baby left last
Tuesday for her home at Little Rock,
Arkansas, after several weeks visit
with W.N. Hayes and family. Mr.
and Mrs W N. Hayes accompanied
them as far as Oklahoma City.
When you build a new house or buy
a building of value you will want fire
and tornado insurance, or if you own
a valuable bin ding now you should
have insurance on it. See H. S.
Peebles & Co.. they will write it for
Why didn't you buy that last prop-
erty we sold? But we have other
choice properties for sale. We do not
know where you are. You do know
where we are, so it is up to you to
come and see us. Yours truly, H. S.
Peebles & Co. 4^
Bernard, aged nine mouths aud
twenty days, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
gar Mays, died at midnight last Friday
night Funeral services were couduc
ted by Rev. Father Metter at the
Catholic church at 4:30 p in. Satur
day. 1 he body was laid to rest in the
The method by which The Ladies'| received Friday
See Oklahoma Farm Mortgage Co.
Sam Miller came up from Sulphur
Pyles Vincent for first class bar-
ber work. 4""
A. J. Haswell was here from Capital
John E. Millar and wife and son
left Monday for Cornish and Ardmore
John Hudgens and family visited
relatives at Noble Saturday and Sun-
If you want a farm loan see us, our
terms are the best. H. S. Peebles
J. C. Minteer attended the imple-
ment convention at Oklahoma City on
Don't be property poor. It hampers
you Get H. S. Peebles & Co. to sell
some for you.
Hammond typewriter for sale, Good
as new. Apply to W. M Carr, Dem
An exchange wiil be held in Read's
drug store window Saturday, July 21,
by the W. C. T. U.
Have you real estate for sale? Are
you waiting for a customer? See us
H. S. Peebles & Co.
J. B. Barbour wus here from Lex
ingtou township Monday. He is suf-
fering with sciatic rheumatism.
Money to loan on improved farm
security. See others and then see me
—John E. Millar, Norman, Okla.
If you want to sell a property or
business see us first. We can do the
trick when others can't. 11. S. Peebles
Mr. and Mrs. P^arl Durkee are re
joiciug over the arrival of a ten pound
girl which made its arrival last Friday
Mrs. Coon Lindsay ami baby of
South Dakota aiiived last week aud is
visiting her parents, Mr. add Mrs. Sain
Miss Lee Cobb who lias been visit-
ing her sister, Mrs. Geo Keiser, left
Monday for her home at Whitehall
Mr. and Mrs. Jas D. Maguire were
Oklahoma City visitors Tuesday. Mr
Maguire was attending the implement
See Oklahoma Farm Mortgage Co.
1 lie young ladies of the Sodality
ill serve ice cream aud cake on the
lawn of Father Metter s residence
Thursday night. July 12.
Mr. Ballinger of Ballinger, Texas,
arrived Saturday on a prospecting tour
He is favorably impressed with Okla-
homa and will likely locate
Miss Catharine Burns who has been
at the head of the McCall millinery de-
partment this season left Sunday for
her home at Pittsburg, Kansas.
The Norman Milling iV Grain
Co. will | av 44«* per IhimIioI for a
lew oars of white eorn ami 412c
per hlitiM'l for mixed corn. IJO tf
The Home Mission Society will
meet at the South Methodist church
on Monday afternoon, July 16, at 3
o'clock. All the members are urged to
The Ladies' Home Journal Patterns
retain the style at.d smartness of the
designs; give perfect fit, and are so
simple that everyone can use them.
S K. McCall & Co.
Mrs. Ed Jones of Sedan, Kansas,
ailived Sunday night for a few days
visit with friends. Mr. and Mis. Jones
are well kuowu here, having lived in
Norman for several years.
The ladies of the Baptist church au-
to have an exchange next Saturday,
July 14, in the window of the millinery
store just east of the postoffh e. I"> ine
and get good things to eat.
Miss Margaret McLaughlin of Den
ton, Texas, arrived Sunday to \i-it
her sister, Mrs. M. A. taylor. They
left on Wednesday for their old home
at Fayetteville, Tennessee.
Mrs. J. M. Burton who has been
visiting her sons at Altus, Oklahoma,
for a week was brought home Saturday
uight ill with typhoid fever. Her son
J. J. Burton, accompanied her home
Judge Sharp. A. Nicodeinus, E. L.
Cralle and H. Downing attended the
meeting of the territorial committee at
Shawnee Monday. Mr. Nicodeinus
and Mr. Cralle represented tliis coun-
See Oklahoma Farm Mortgage Co.
The Santa Fe has made the follow
ing rates for the Old Settlers picnic at
Norman August 3rd and 4th from
points Oklahoma City to Purcell in
elusive. Selling dnt s August j and 4.
Return limit August 6th: Oklahoma
City to Norman and return 75c, Moore
to Norman and return 35c, Noble to
Norman ami return zy, Purcell to
Norman and return 65c. J.J. Baker,
The resignation of Herman L. Sphar
as head of the German department of
the State University of Oklahoma, was
Sphar was only ap-
See Oklahoma Farm Mortgage Co.
J. L Wails went to Sulphui Sun-
See Oklahoma Farm Mortgage Co.
W. F. Flood went to Perry Saturday
to visit his parents..
Chas Meek-* and wife returned to
Shawnee Friday moinii g
Dr. Pfeninger was a business visitor
at Oklahoma City Friday.
Mayfield for pure dings and optical
goods. Eves tested free. 52 tf
Geo. \\ Milter and family were Ok
lahoma City visitors Fiiday.
Mr and Mis. Scott Prince came
over from Chickasha Friday.
Dr. H shall of Franklin was an Ok
lahoma City visitor Saturday.
E B. Wilkins of Memphis, Texas.
arrived last week to visit relatives.
Misses Ola and Minnie Pledger went
to Pauls Valley Saturday tu visit their l-ity Wednesday
sister' Mrs. J. E. Burch. W J Jackson
T. E. Miller returned Iuesday from nee Wednesday.
a visit at s.u Antonia, Austin, Ft John H. Mo iei tiau acted bnsui'-:
Worth and Dallas, Texas. at Guthrie Friday.
J S. Allan who was a delegate to Miss Ida Giant lett foi hei home at
the A. C). I W. grand l< dge at Toron- Mustang Wednesday
to, Canada, returned Friday. John W. Barbour made a business
Chas. Smith, a prominent farmer trip to Sulphur Monday.
and ranchman of New Castle, went to 1 John Terrill returned from Roswell,
Clarence ReeJs left toi Kansas City
Geo. Carson went to Pauls \ alley
Tom W« rd was herefrom Oklahoma
Miss Myrtle Britt went to Davis I.
T , Saturday.
J. F. Benke rentrue-1 front Periy
W. T. Tote was heie fr< 111 Oklaho-
ma City Friday
Ed. Shader arrived from Kan
Geo Mi rlis and baby returned ^u,tl
, Salary fund
Park tn d
Ordinance No. bO.
An ordiuinc piovidiug a general
tax levy Upon all the taxable property
in the city ot Norman, Oklahoma
Section 1. That there is hereby levi-
ed for the year ending June 30, 1907,
upon all taxablepropi it\. real, pers 11
al and mixed, will.in the corporate
limits of the city "t Norman, Oklaho
111a, taxable acco ding to tile laws of
Oklah 111a Territory, the following
tax---, and lol'owi ig rate', and lor tin
pmposes herein 11111111 rated:
Street . ml Bridge In td
I n e ami w ater f und
Conti- g- nt fund
1 1. hting fuiatl
are installing in their sleeping apartments and dressing
chambers, dainty one-piece
Lavatories. It you do like-
wise, vou will he provided with the com-
forts ot a modern home.
We would like to help make your home
as comfortable as possible by installing in
vour bedroom a beautiful "$tot tla Kl" Por-
celain Enameled Lavatory. Let us tell you
the cost; the price will agreeably surprise
VOU. Send tor booklet "Modern Lavatories."
New Mexico. Wednesday.
Dr. and Mrs. Gehiiug returned fit in
Portland, Maine, yesterday.
Mis Pearl Harris left foi her home
Watches, clocks and jewelry repair-
i (1 Sherman.
Mrs. McMahan of Wewoka, arrived
Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Rat
Miss l.i/zie Potelt ' Wewoka is
ting her co i- in
hei e v
Purcell Saturdiy 011 business.
Dr. Ernest T. Bynuin departed Fri
day for Pittsburg Penit., in the inter
est of the Epworth University.
R. E. Cl« meiit returned from West- ;il South McAlester yesterday
flu Texas last week. His sous, T. h. ( L McCoinb was a husiues;
an I Alex went Co'orado. i (or #f Ok|ahollla t',ty yesterday.
Mrs. Lowery who has been visiting
her aunt, Mis. J M. Daniel, left S.it
urday for her home at wheatland.
Miss Kethia Kaylei who has been
the guest of the Misses Bell returned
to her home at Edmond Saturday.
Mrs. J. C. Dowd wln> his been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs M. |. Couuev,
near Tecumseh returned Satuiday.
Money to loan on improved farm
secuiity. See others ami then see me. 1
-John E. Mii.i ak, Norman, Okla.
Mis. W. II. Walker who ha- been
giving lessons in painting lu re for sev-
eral weeks, returned to her borne at
Purcell Saturday .
Miss Nora Jones, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Jones, returned to her
home in Moore township Saturday ; t
ter a few days visit with relatives.
Fred Fendrick, one of Moore town
hip's most prosperous farmers, left
Friday for a week's visit with relatives
at his old home at Fairbury, Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. J S. Lindsay who
have been visiting relatives at Osborne
Missouri, foi several weeks returned
Friday. They report a most enjoy-
Prof. L. R. Ramsey of Canadian
township and Prof. J. E. Carrier ut J. C. King and family returned fr Annual
Case township were here last Friday a mouths visit at Craborchard, Keu-1 ver,
assisting Superintendent Swank in 1 tucky, Wednesday.
making out the teachers grades. J. W. Martin of Case township left
H. Huson who is connected with the last Friday for a thirty days visit at
press bureau of the Fiisco Railway i Washington, Indiana.
Total -5 mills
Section That all ordinances 01
I aits td ordinances in conflict with this
ordinance is hereby itp'-aled.
Section 3. I hat this ordinance -It ill
take ettrct aud be m foice from and
aftet its passage, approval aud publica
tion as required by law.
Passed and approved this yth day of
July, iyo6. (seal)
John ti Lindsay, Mayor.
j. A v1 Nt 1 nt, Clerk.
Building New Residence.
John ll.iidie. . a-hie 1 . I the City
iti .n il Bank, began the < ie< tion of
$> ,,u resided' < 111 W e l N
1111 pi oveinei 1
well know u
av. .til the lliodei ll
A. Buttei held, the
tor, 1 doing the
Mexican Chilli Parlor.
B Johnson ant
,vere Oklahoma City \i itoi
Mrs. L I*. Spelntan ami Mi • June
McGuire went to Yukon hiiday to visit
i Mrs. John Taylor departed yesterday
; for Paris, Kentucky, 011 a visit with
j relative s.
E. M. Nates and B
j business visitors at
Mrs Mary McGill und Mrs. W. T.
Mci) held were Oklahoma City visitors
C II. Bessent and L B. Johnson
were business visitors at Chickasha
Ark Ferguson, ahardwaie merchant
of L« xingtou was a busine
K very Body knows when Holland
announces a Cr 1 I'kk i below his
regular Cash Phici . it means .1
ki vi Ct t piivi uul no • li nn 1-u-1
iie-.s uinl th.it tin- ne 1 Lie t\ tin*
to tin plirt lia 1 1
C. Barker were
Oklahoma C ity
Killing Near Maguire.
What will likely prove a doul
ing took plat e one mile north
guiie and ten 11 iles southeast 1
man at s o'clock yestirday 111
llie participants were M B.
ami Ins soninlHw, Otto Aineiein.
The shooting took place in Ainrein s
treld wl eie he was at work. Family!
trouble has be* 11 brewing lor several]
weeks ami vetteulay morning C oup
went to the held armed with * win
j chet.tei 11 tie. Ann nen wa also aimed
and a • hooting took place which resul-
ted in the killing ol Auierem and the
seiious wounding ol Camp
Camp who is nearly 70 years olil has
been a disturbing element 111 the com
munity for several years. About a
month ago he and a man named Hall
came near to havi g a shooting scrape
at Noble. Several years ago Camp
was taken before the insanity board tied with
but was released.
Otto Amerein is said to bi
the most peaceable citi/ens in the return the goods \\ t will ex
neighborhood Sheriff Bryant, Couti- | . hatlKf them or refund yntir mem
■y anil that without quibbling
J > hilli home
i basket free.
tost raveuous appe*
lelicacies that will
illy. Won't you let
1 If you desire to carry
with you, we furnish a
j t i I ti. Mt KlNNL-V.
1,1 l . 1 >k went to Chickasha
If at any time you are not
hase vou in;
this store for any reason whatevu
ty Attorney Nicodei
11 rigsby left f« 1 the
is and Coroner !
ceue of trouble 1
We tell you «>f our guaianteeoe
easionally lest ye forget that this
store is an absolutely safe place to
trade. Come to the big sale July
Co., was here Friday. He is well
pleased with Norman and will make a
favorable report to his company.
No woman shou'd plan her season's
wardrobe until she has consulted The
Ladies' Home Journal Style Book
The monthly edition may be had free
at our pattern counter. S. K. McCall
1). I). Mitchell of Koanoke, Alabam a
was here Saturday in company with
his uncle, 1>. F. Knight, the Ha'l mt 1
chant. Mr. Mitchell is in the mercan-
tile business ami is looking over Okla
homa with a view to locating
••Progress" i< our motto. The Ladies
Home Journal is the most progressive
Santa Fe Excursions.
isitor Special round trip rates to Los Ange
eetiug' Order of Flks, Den
luradu, July On .ale 112 to 21 and see how nicely every
I July 13. 14 and 15 Return limit Aug j j. arranged, ( .oods marked
ust 20. Round trip $zz bo to Denver.
Pueblo or Colorado Springs. jin I,la,n
| Round Trip Summer Tourist Rates
to Denver, Ct lo.. and n turn $26.45:
| to Colorado Springs and return #24.05,
to Pueblo and return £24.00, to Trim
dad and return >24.00, to Cilenwood
j Spiings and return $36.00, to Salt
' Lake C ity and Ogden, I'tah and retui n
$39 45- On sale da ly June 1 to Sep
lusive. Return limit
'iuifhs my lixiiti «
. 2«ih iihj- € ju. •-
lihi mi tlic -nil 'lay
I Hitiniiier appear*
|ldnvii ni tlit* takIutr
IIHHilllH old I'll/it
e wltlrcHH is I.*
.1. Tli ut tlic
m 11.1.Kit. c..iinty (
Mrs. Molly Goode went to Lindi-ay
Wednesday to visil hei daughter Mis,
Robt. May for a month.
Frank McKittrick left Saturday for
Canton, Missouri, where he will enter
the Christian University.
R. 1) Alexander, deputy county I t(rin|)er j0
surveyor, went to Harrah, Oklahoma, <>ctolx>i ji.
ytsterday to du some surveying. i Hapti t com.t,tion, 1,..
Money to loan on improved farm AllgCie8, Dates ol sale, September j
'security. See others and then Bee me. | ,0 ^ Keturu limit October 31. The
John E. Mil 1 ah, Norman, Okla. ponu(] (rjl| f5,, 1 ,<•!>,.,« will he sold
Miss Bertha Beauchamp who has | to either Los Angeles oi Sau Francisco
been visiting Mr. Chas. Lauer aud at above rate-
family left Wednesday for her home J. J. Baki-h, Agent.
Misses Louise and Edith Carter, ot Hunt
One Price to Everubodu
l.lyt'.iK NOT I K
otict' Is licrt-by (flven Hml I ln v
of July, IMOti. lit ti i" ll" oltletf <
■ U of t'lfvulaiitl < iiiiiitv, Oklahui
mi uinl iiiatK* uppllualInn lor llcei
t tail until. H|ilriiuoii> an-1 vluo
etnll. upon l.<
i. my p<*
• Klrnl Whi ti,
WM l.oUKN Applicant.
Two Parlies Arrested.
Ch • . Noble and
were lodge 1 in jail I
ing by deputy sher
Thev are charged v
ll le i la
and enterprising journal in the world. Hanmdid, Indiana, Cousins of Mrs. J Inconvenience yourself. We'll delivei
and we have the Ladies' Home Journ- j Baker, an ived Tuesday for several your paper at the billowing rates
al Patterns here. The prices are io wl.,.ks visit. j Daily Oklahoinait, per week ioi
C. t ilium
ituiday in >
. L. Wyi
vith obtaining in
•tenses. Noble i
th .i man from n
iutoxit atetl and
i i ii n i I-:, a ppl
Mrs M. Levy and Mr
ce- mother and sistei of h. Lev
foi have been visiting here lor two
Home Journal Patterns are tnanufac poiuted at the last meeting of the board
tured makes possible paper patterus ol of regents, coming here from the Urn-
s'j Irs which heretofore were not1 vefMty of South Carolina.
and 15 cents. S. K. McCall & Co.
Andy Bible who has been with a
ment company at Acme, Texas,
several months, returned Friday for a
short visit. Mis Bible is visiting her
parents at W infield, Kansas. Mr.
Bible informs us that he intends to lo-
cate at Wynnewood.
I . S Russell, editor of the South
McAlester Capital, is favorably spoken
of for chief clerk of the constitutional
convention. Russell was an enthusi*
astic Sequoyah man but is a lattling |jj wee|< Mr. Acers i
good democrat just the same and | ,he execiitive committee
would fit the job beautifully. leading members ol the
The Ladies Home Journal is the
greatest home and fashion magazine
iu the world, and Tin- Ladies' Home
Journal Patterns are as good as their
name, autl give a satisfaction never
before obtained by the home dress-
maker. S K. McCall & Co.
Dr. Joe Ambrister, graduate of a St.
Louis medical school and who has
been surgeon at a military school iu
Indiana the past year, has decided to
cast his lot with the people of Chicka-
sha to practice his profession. The
well wishes of his many Norman friends
go with him m his new location.
Ben Williams, a prominent attorney
and democratic politician "f Cleveland
county, and M C. Ruuyan, known ter
ritorially as the "farmer politician,"
were in the city last night from Nor
Williams said that he did P8"00 '
1). At eis attended the implement |
is convention at Oklahoma City
s chairman ot
and<me ot the
Prof, and Mrs. J S. Buchanan left
for Atla, I. T . Tuesday where l'i t
Buchanan will make his headquarters
tor ten days while working the sur
rounding towns in the interest of the
L. C. Oliver has accepted the posi
tion as head t lerk in the dry goods le
partment at F. J McGinleyV Mr.
Oliver is thoroughly familiar with the
business and has a latge circle of
friends here who are glad to see him
again iu the business.
L C Kendall has accepted a posi
tion with J K. Holland. Mr. Kendall
is perhaps the best posted person ill
large ami favorable
J. Corn, j Oklahoma "I iuieB Journal, per week n
'w, wlit> State Capital, per week
Wichita Kagle, per week i
K. C. Star ami limes, pel week it
K. L Journal, per week
e| St. Louis Globe-Democi at per wk i;
j St. Louis Republic, per week
Dallas News, per ek
Subscriptioi s taken to all uewspupt
and magazit t-s.
Kim.kadk Hook <Sc Ni-iws Lo.
I'm t t Hln < Bu.lthn
) p.lis ti ie< 1 O
rtg tge his tt;
departed Wedne tla> ti
Dr. J. N'. Smith, aged seventy-
years, died at the home of Mr.
Mrs. F. L. Wynne at Lexington Tues- Sl- l-ouis I'ost I >i-p <t
| day morning. The deceased has be
a resident of Oklahoma since iNSy.
1 out C
! They 1
nil. I hey ti
her s wagon
nail amount <
, \ were afterwaitl a
gued before Justice
took it tt,
d and bo 1
ted and al
Mr, Fischel ot Oklahoma City
Miss Bertha Tarman of this city
married at the home of the I i
mother on West Suns street Thur
at high noon, Rev St ott, pa toi o
Baptist chut eli. perfi lined the < ei t
111011 y. Onlv a few friends and rela
tives were present. Mr. and Mi>
Fischer left on Hie afternoon train fc
Oklah .ma City, their future home.
t i e ; u , y-
leV John T.
lay man fi oil!
the died last
•1 e home ill I
Res. Phone 159. Office zj5
R. P. STOOPS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Kt'MCK KAN I) STOOPS, M.I).
Diseast-s of omen and Chiltlreii.
K. D. ALhXANDEK
Dirt 1 \
< 01 \ n s 1 1 c \ 1 \ 01c
S. H. HARRIS,
< 'onnsi'llnr \ t Law.
1 \ OKLAHOMA
The Fast Mail Route between
Kansas City and Saint Louis.
j t ondui tt-I by
His reason j not have much business in town
thought practical. Hence it is th t in I lor re.iguiug was the appoiutineut iui| cept to fall in line and «e wh.t the one who .horoughly
TI,. L.dl..- Horn. Journ*l P.tt.ro. the U. S. eootuUr ..rvlc., .. < c..ul polltic.l pot «udolD|. W lllua. «id clsuiing, b,ocklng and
Will he found Biii.1t aud .tylkh Je-jat Bre.Uu, Germany. Who «.ll be,,hat p.htics wen- hegmning to get . v,,„ ure we,
signs which heretofore could out he | secured to fill the place is not known j warm al Norman and there were at." * \
had except iu the made tu order French
ttruiiK Parly lids Suffar.
Last Thursday, June .!.\ 1
sack of sugar to Martin
loading it I put it in •' -"fry
te iiu of dark horses hitched t" it
pait) getting the sugar is re.ju. !•
the mercantile line and his tt tuIII the sack of sugar or sett!
same. We hope that tills notice
cause the party to make the corre
ami thereby save further truuble
and Mrs. J. S.
vel L I >atui
A Fine Kain.
make him a valuable
have iu our city for a
a professional battel;
C J. HALI
patterns costing from $1.50 to $5.00
each. S. K. McCall &1 Co.
as yet, but several men are in view, least a dozen candidates already au-
and it is a certainty that some high nounced for the coustitutioual couveu
giade instructor will be secured. j tion.—Shawnee Herald.
come to call aud see him work. No'
j located at Grand Central Hotel. *
I See Oklahoma harm Mortgage Co.
Appointed Maids uf lluuur.
General s. J. Wilkins has appomn !
Misses Minnie Edwards, Euline C.t|
ghaw aud Gladys Hugh as maids
honor to the Confederate eucaiupme th
to be held at Ardmore aud Lawton
On Tuesday n
an excellent rain
ern portiou of
sures auothet bt
gives the w heat 1
to do some earl)
came just iu tum
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Norman Democrat--Topic. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, July 13, 1906, newspaper, July 13, 1906; Norman, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc119452/m1/3/: accessed January 18, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.