Norman Democrat--Topic. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 33, Ed. 2 Friday, March 5, 1909 Page: 2 of 6
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I! You Miss This Sale
\ ou will always regret it. The opportunity will nevt
Follow the crowds that will come to this upheaval.
i I 1H H + H + H II
A inost beautiful wedding was sol-
,j, emnized last Wednesday at 10:30 a
4> m. when Miss Lcona Casey and Dr.
mi r i i r i iJanics W. Childs were maried at the
You will find those safety gasoline , . . v, ,, , ,
... .. . . , ; v i M K- c"urch, south, Noble, Oklaho-
cans that will not explode at Nolan ltl_ , . t. T. ,, . .
„ , 111 i,na- by thc Rev. E. D Farrish.
& Martin s 33-2 T. , , ,
I I nc church was profusely decorat-
ed with potted plants and cut flow-
ers. At the appointed hour Miss Nan-
The greatest mere
of high class merchan
items in goods that yc
The entire stock of Wallenburg & Drawver
will be thrown out to the people of Norman at
prices never be ore heard of. Goods were
never so cheap before and never will be again.
Every item great or small must
10 Yards 10c Madras 5
With every purchase of $1 60 or more we will give 10 yards
of regular 10c madras for
Things for 9c
On I his table you will find glassware, Chinaware, hardware
iteware, tinware, articles in dry goods and notions, in fact you w
the greatest accmnulatijn of bargains you have ever seen; in m
stances; article worth up to 20c, we cut tlieui loose
Article at 12c
On this table you will find hundreds of items on the ab iv ■ lr
better and worth up to 30c. In this lot you will be able to fnrn
kitchen with every article used at this end of your house. L,
this table line ii will do jou good.
Candy Free to Childre
lo the first 15 little girls or boys that brings in his or l.er man
buys 50c or more we will give a big box of candy FREE—get the •
Tuesday All Day
W ith the first 3 purchases of 53.50 or more we will pi
solutely free a beauiful drtssed kid body doll worth $1 50 of vour own
N. P. Willis of Eason visited rela-
tives near Franklin last Saturday and
The M E. church will hold an ex-
change at R. D. Lindsay's drug store
Mrs. Henry Ling made a profes-
sional trip to Wynnewood yesterday
W. T Mayfield resident optician,
office Pioneer Drug Store. Examine
and test eyes free. 33-2
(.'has. Sanders was arrested Wed
ncsday night on the charge of vio
lating the liquor laws.
Mike Martin returned from Chica-
go Wednesrday night after a three I
weeks visit with relatives. |
Hon. Baxter Taylor lectures at the
Opera House March 11
the eastern markets to purchase for
the Winans Mercantile Company.
Miss Esther Johnson went to
Paoli Wednesday to visit a few days
with her sister, Mrs. Simp Doolen.
Arthur Morter arrived from Plain
View, Texas, Monday night and de-
parted Tuesday morning for Plain
A telephone message from Wayne
Wednesday afternoon announced the
death of Ed Remmer, brother of Mrs.
W. M. Davis.
Tom Ventres*, a former Norman
citi/eii, was here from Pauls Valley
Wednesday. Tom is traveling for a
Ft. Worth concern.
The Pickard & McCullough real
estate firm sold to Prof. J. W. Stur-
gis tin Miller farm six miles east of
town. Consideration $1,$00.
Remember, March 11, and Hon.
Mrs-. Powell and daughter and Miss
Elena Jeffreys of Oklahoma City
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Link last Saturday and Sun-
Miss Anna Nulk was here from
Noble township yesterday. She re-
ports that her father August Nulk
will leave for Basin, Wyoming, the
15th of this month.
Ed Denison came over from Mt.
Park Tuesday night to visit his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Denison.
Ed has been interested in a drug and
grocery store at Mt. Park for some
\. McDaniel and C. M. Griesmer
received a letter fromyTom B. Matth-
ews yesterday. He has visited Niagra
Falls and Buffalo and made a short
Lee Miller was escorted to the
organ by Mr. Robert Sheets. Then
came Miss Eva Wise, who sang "All
For You," after which to the beauti-
ful strains of the "Lohengrin Wed-
ding March" the bridal procession
entered, led by Rev. E. D. Farrish
who was followed by little Miss Av-
(ua Sheets, bearing the wedding ring
I in the petals of a rose. After her
'came the bride and groom. The bride
, was attired in a beautiful traveling
gown of roseda green and carried a
large bouquet of bridal rose* At thc
altar the very impressive ring cere-
mony was performed. Then as Men-
delsohn's wedding march pealed
... if.' . i e f°rth, the bridal party left the alter
Winans left yesterday for , . , , .
and marched down thc aisle.
| Immediately afterwards they and
the out bf town guests repaired to thc
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Casey
where a delightful luncheon was
! Hie out of town guests were Mrs.
, S. A. Osborn, Mrs. H. Osborn, of
I Gallatin, Missouri, and Mr. Jesse
I Osborn of Kansas City, Missouri, all
relatives of thc bride; Dr. M. Stot,
jof Oklahoma City, Mrs. Geo. Miller,
Nannie Miller, Geo. F. Miller, Earle
T. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. YV. R. Hay-
ncs, Deborah Haynes and Whitelaw
Hay lies; Misses Mattie and Eva Wise
and Mrs. J. C. Minteer of Norman.
•I-M'-M-H-M-H HIIIHIH Hill
Mrs. Jolly went to Norman Friday.
Chas. Tee! was here from Lexing-
Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison were
Mr. and Mrs. "Butler spent Sunday
with Norman friends.
Mr. Ed Brosius went to Oklahoma
City Sunday afternoon.
Miss Mary Leslie was down from
Oklahoma City Wednesday.
Afiss Claude Kennedy spent Sun-
day with Mrs. Pole Thomas.
Mrs. R. F. Ellinger and son Ralph
went to Oklahoma City Thursday.
Mrs. Click who has been visiting
her son left for her home at Hobart
Mrs. Jenkins of Oklahoma City is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ellinger,
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. McDonald were
down Wednesday visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Steaklcy who is visit-
ing relative-, in Ardmore, is reported
to be sick again
Miss Eva Wise from Norman was
here Wednesday visiting her sister
Mrs. W. II Robb.
Mr. and Mr> Musson from Okla-
homa City, and Mr. and Mrs. Brosius
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Program at the Tree.
Arriving at the place designed for
the planting of the tree everything
should be found in readiness by pre-
vious preparation. The tree should
be dedicated to some particular per- j
2Cj_ son, and tied to it. painted on wood,
President William H. Taft.
Yesterday at 12 o'clock William II.
Taft took the oath of office that made
him chief executive of thc nation.
The country is fully ready for a
change to a safe and sane administra-
Teddy's seven years "reign of ter-
ror" is over and off to the wilds of
Africa he goes.
The country has absolute confi-
dence in i ur new president's ability
and the belief is universal that lie
will be the president of the whole
Wolf-catching, size of families,
bird's nests and quarreling with in-
dividuals will be substituted for real
statesmanship and the serving of the
country's interests. Th • country wel-
comes the change.
Thc following will likely be the
Secretary of State,Philander Chase
Knox of Pennsylvania, age 56, law-
Secretary of Treasurer, Franklin
MacVeagh of Illinois, 67, merchant.
Secretary of War, Jacob McVav-
ock Dickinson, of Tennessee, 58, law-
Attorney General. George W. Wic-
kershain of New York, 58, lawyer.
Postmaster General, Frank H.
Hitchcock of Massachusetts, 42,
chairman Republican National Com-
Secretary of Navy, George Von
Lengcrkc Meyer of Massachusetts,
Secretary of Interior, Richard A.
Ballinger of Washington, 53, lawyer.
Secretary of Agriculture. James
Wilson of Iowa, 74, farmer.
Secretary Commerce and I abor,
steem of all who
excursion into Canada. He
Washington yesterday and leaves on
Saturday for Porto Rico.
Attorney B. F. Williams Jr. has
been appointed by the supreme court
on a committee to investigate
charges against H. H. Brown, R. L.
Turner, J. E. Champin and T. D.
L'nderwod, attorneys of Ardmore.
Disbarrment proceedings have been
filed against them.
Mrs. Mary Mills, aged 22 years,
died Wednesday at 12:30 a. m., about
two miles east of Noble of appendi-
citis. The body was interred in the
Maguire cemetery Wednesday after-
noon. The deceased leaves two child-
ren. Mrs. Mills was a neice of Mrs.
J R. Stogner of this city.
Lecture by Hon. Baxter Taylor at
Opera House March 11.
G. W. Warner and son of Beatrice,
Nebraska, arived Wednesday on
Thc young couple were th
pients of many beautiful gifts. j should be the name of the person to
At two o'clock they left for a ' whom it is dedicated.
wedding trip to the southland. On! 1st- Place the tree carefully in posi-
their return they will be at home at t'on
Noble, Oklahoma. j 4n(l- A statement by the teacher or
Dr. Childs is a prominent young ' -s°me guest concerning the person to
physician of Noble, an estimable ' wh°m the tree is dedicated. Shields, administrator of the e5
gentleman and a man who commands Jrd- Quotations from the writings 1 of j T Shields, deceased, has
of the person thus honored.
4th. Let as many pupils as practi-
cable throw ^i spadeful of earth
around the tree.
Arbor Day was designed primarily
There „he was loved and admired by <° <l-aw ihe attention of the people ! ^ ,hat said accoum wi|| bc cxamin,
all who knew her j to the ureal waste of t.mber m the ed tho Coumy c„„rl room8 jn |he
lhe Democrat-Topic joins with I'1"8 country and to propose a remedy, cj of Normaili Cmlnly „f Clcve.
their many friends in wishing the j by replanting of trees. Nearly ail the * iancl. State of Oklah<
J.appy couple a pleasant journey stales and many of the territories
through life. now observe one day in the year as
Arbor Day, a day for the planting of
Commissioners Met. trees. To Nebraska belongs the dis-
tlie respect and
know him .
Miss Casey is the talented and pop-
ular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Casey. Most of her girlhood days j
were spent in Gallatin, Misouri. i
j Chas. Nagel of Missouri, 60, lawyer.
Notice of Settlement of Account.
State of Oklahoma. County of Cleve-
In the County Court
Notice is hereby given that W. T.
in the above named court a final ac-
count ot his transactions as such ad-
ministrator and also a petition for
final distribution of thc residue of
said estate and tor discharge of said
administrator and of bis securities,
The board of county commission- tinction of inaugurating this -observ-
ers met last Monday in regular nion- ance.
tlily session. Besides the regular rou- T'he first Friday after the second ;
)ina, on thc 31st
day of March, 1909, at 10 o'clock a.
m., of said day, when and where any
perspn interested in said estate may
appear and file his exceptions in
writing, if any he has, to said ac-
count and contest the same.'
Witnes my hand and the seal of
was at tine of business the contract to build Tuesday in March has been set apart ,hc Co Cour( „f sM count this
1VP5 Otl -l I .1. . I .1... .. f . . _ .... .1*1-1 . in I lUl n n 111 n *1 c 4 rKfir rVi .. *F i .
a school building for negro children *n Oklahoma as Arbor Day. To
was awarded to J. E. McCoy. those teachers in the county who
— | have only a little time to prepare a
Marriage Licenses Issued. program, the executive committee
Julius II. Garrison, 29, Norman. suKKests the followin:
and Anna A. Rowitz, 23, Norman. | Devotional exercises—Reading of
James W. Childs 29, Noble, and scripture.
Leona Casey, 21, Noble. I Reading—The law establishing Ar-
Samuel L. Looper, 29, Norman, ^or Day.
and Lena Bruesch, 18, Norman.
I Declamation — " Woodman
i that Tree."
Address—Subject: "How to Beau-
Taylor to lecture.
Mr. Taylor was until recently a
valued citizen of historic Jonesboro,
where he practiced law. He was born tify our School Grounds
on the beautiful Chucky river' thirty Homes."
years ago. He was educated at Wash- Short Essays—Subjects for differ-
ington college. He then attended the enI pupili: "My favorite tree is the 1 char«f °f selJ'"J| '|""r s
was fixed at $300 which he has not
3rd day of March. 1909
(Seal) N. E. SHARP,
NEWELL & JACKSON,
County Court News.
Lee Sudreth who resides near Lex-
ington on a farm, was adjudged in-
sane last Saturday by the county in-
sanity board. Sudreth is 26 years old
and has a wife and a five weeks old
baby. He was a religious fanatic.
Ben Berryhill, for thc second time,
was arrested at Lexington on Mon-
day by Deputy Sheriff Higbee on the
v SOCIETY NEWS *
I i"|. l4
The Eta Beta Pi sorority held open
house Wednesday afternoon.
The Iota Tans and their girl friends
danced at Davis* hall Thursday even-
The members of the whist club
met with Mrs. W. M. Newell Mon-
Miss Lucille Dora was at home to
Misses Agnes Lindsay, Nina Bessent
and Frances Threadgill of Oklahoma
City, Messrs. Ernest Lambert, Hutto
and Charles Wnntland Wednesday
Misses Inez McMillan and Dorothy
Bell entertained the Phi Delta Gam-
ma pledges for dinner at the house
Sunday. Those present were Misses
Eva and Grace Lee, Alice Himes,
Zoe Borrowdale, Edith Mortan, and
The Home Mission Society met
with Mrs. John Hardic Tuesday. The
afternoon was spent in sewing and
conversation. Light refreshments
were served to Mesdames Smith,
Bell. Harry Lindsay, John Lindsay,
Capshaw, Kiinberlin, Wright, Gard-
ner, McDonald, Southern and Bag-
The members of thc Beta Thcta
i'i fraternity gave an informal hop
Saturday, evening at Davis' hall. The
music was furnished by the McComb
orchestra. Those present were Misses
Eva and Grave Lee, Beatrice Von
Keller, Majory Paxton, Nell Good-
rich, Anna White, Bess McMillan,
Alice Himes and Mabel' Laucr of
Iowa, Messrs. Bozell, Sneed, Lari-
more, Mitchell, Dawson, Calvert,
Radclifife, Colby and Johnson.
Misses Mabel Lauer and sister of
Iowa and May Melvin were Sunday
dinner guests at the Beta Theta Pi
New Sorority Organized.
The organization of Delta Theta
Rho sorority on February 24 has
been announced. This comes as a
surprise to the school for no one
outside of those concerned, knew
that such a move was contemplated.
Yet there is no doubt that the school
can support three sororities and the
popularity and high standing of the
members of the new local make its
success assured from the beginning.
The charter members are: Mabel
Chase, Sayde Mascho, Ethel Crab-
tree, Blanche Reudy, Olive Leeper,
Lulu Foster, Jeannette Reed, Fannie
Simpson, and Hallie Hall.
law schol at Lebanon, graduating Elm," and give reasons; "The Oak,"
with highest honors. Returning to ! "thc Beech," "the Maple," "the Ash,"
his home county he became a promi- etl"
nent young atorney at the Jonesboro ' Class exercise—Arbor Day recita-
train 17 and Mr Warner in company bar; also taking an active part in t«ons.
with his brotherinlaw Rev. F. M. state and national politics, being an Song.
Alexander left for Altus, Oklahoma, elector on thc William Jennings Bry-; Organization of Local Shade Asso-
atend a stockholders meeting of
the Altus Wholesale Grocery Co.
Joseph M. Eppstcin, Great Junior
an ticket of 1900 —Knoxville (Tenn) ciation for the purpose of seeing that
Sentinel. trees are watered and cared for.
Mr. Taylor is one of the brightest ' Arbor Day March. (Pupils now
Sagamore of Oklahoma, is here gath- ,and most brilliant speakers of the march to the tree.)
ering scalps on pale faces for the Jday.—Cherryvale (Kan.) Journal. i
Improved Order of Red Men, and j Will be at the opera house March An infant
Jack Dalton was arrested at Lex-
ington last Saturday on the charge
of drinking whiskey in a public place.
He was released on bond
A disagreement exists between the
senate and house as to time of ad-
journment. The senate resolution
provides for March 12 and the house
substituted March 5th which is the
60 day limit.
Governor Haskell has signed the
school land bill for the sale of sec-
tion 33, indemnity and college lands.
A compromise on the tax ferret
law has been reached by thc law
taking effect at the beginning of
The house on Wednesday passed
the bill making Lexington a county
will shortly organize a tribe in Nor-J 11th.
man. This is an order that every true
American should feel proud to be- j C. U. Harbert
Nolan & Martin has a big stock of
sewerage tile on hands. 33-2
Chas. A. Brakebill transacted busi
j ness at Pauls Valley Monday.
I A. Hutchin of Lexington transacted
child of Mr. and Mrs.' legal business here last Friday.
long to as it is the only purely Atner
ican order in existence; has over
500,000 members and ranks second
in fraternal orders.
The infant child of Mr
Max Yoiler died at New Castle last
Jarnagin died at New Castle Wed-
lit to Purcell yes- Frank Boggs of Lexington town-
ship was here Tuesday and Wed-
and Mrs. nesday.
Alfalfa and Wender seeders for
sale at Nolan & Martin's. 33-2
Mrs. J. W. Barbour and daughter
j went to Purcell Monday afternoon.
J. M. Brown of Noble township was
a business visitor here last Saturday.
J Baxter Taylor is coming March 11.
. Chas. N. Loyd was here from Ok-
1 lahoma City Monday.
W. R. Jennings and G. C. Rogers
were here from Stella yesterday.
Promptly obtained or no fee. Write for our M
CONFIDENTIAL LETTER before
applying for patent;Ifls worth money. We
obtain PATENTS THAT * AY.
and belp inventors to succeM.
Send model, photo or sketch, and we send
IMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON PAT-
ENTABILITY. 20 years' practice. Regis-
tered Patent lawyers. Write or come to
ua at 806-607, 7th St.. WASHINGTON. 0. C. _
extra large oven, burns coal or wo< d, price $40 going at $29.50.
This is the time of al times to get that trunk-all kinds, all prices,
f lices so ridiculously low that they don't coun'. Suit cases, traveling
bags, leather goods of all kinds, valises, grips, telescop s—there is no
end to it, v/e can't tell you, come and see. Feast your eyes and find
out where all real bargains come from.
All full standard table oil cloth worth 22'Ac
One lot of 9-4 bleached sheeting worth 30c goes
All ladits, mens and childrens black and Ian hose worth
up to 60c go per pair
1 his will Undoudtedly be the greatest sale you have ever seen at any mercantile establishment in
orgotten by the numbei of pt ople that will visit this great sale Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock and
days DESTRUCKSHUN SALE.
Norman, and will never be
a'l durii g the ent.rc fifteen
allenberg & Drawver
This Store Will Be
Closed All Day
PALACE OF BARGAINS
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