The Norman Democrat-Topic (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, October 14, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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The Norman Democrat-Topic
NORMAN, CLEVELAND COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER n. 1910
FERRIS FLAYS REPUBLICANS.
Teddy Gets a Hot One.
AGE NO BAR.
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AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
OF ALL KINDS
* DRUG AND BOOK STORE
♦'t* '1' *t* ■!■ ■!' 'I' ■!■ '1' '8' '8' 'S' 'S' 'I' 'I' '8' 't' '
See Clement Mortgage Company
for Farm Loans, Tornado and Fire
Write or phone us; we will call
and see you.
CLEMENT MORTGAGE COMPANY.
First National Bank Building.
The Fifth District Congrcssnm De-
livered Four Speeches With Telling
Effect. Audiences Enthusiastic.
'mm the 1 nth Oklahoma tii>trict. ;
addressed ti" voters of I 1- -v eland
I county at tin- court house m Nor
j man last l;riday night W e have
| IkhI big and enthusiastic iiicctin^*- in
j the past, but tin- was one of the
'lust ever pulled off in our city An
I iinnu us, cr6wd was present and
-landing mom was at a premium.
I '. r two hour- In held the closest
attention of the large and apprecia
live andienei and wa repeatedly
cheered throughout his excellent
speech. Democracy wa- hi- theme
and it could not have been handled
better. Scott Ferris i- indeed the
"people'?, congressman," and is one
of the ablest men in our state, and
ne of tin best informed on national
is-m - For an hour he discussed the
tariff in a logical and businesslike
manner and bitterly arraigned the
stand pat republican congress lor
pas.-ing Mich an unjust and unfair
tariff hill. Any one can understand
difficult a- it i.our hearing it di-
cus-ed as it was Friday night.
lie launched into state issue- and
compared democratic rule with re-
publiean mi-rule He dis-ected Joe
Mi Neal until nothing was left of
poor Joe and urged the \oter- to
support the entire state and county
ticket. Scott i- one of th< best
speakers in the entire state ami i- al-
ways logical and reasonable. I.w ry
bodv knows him and his name is a
household word in, Cleveland county
and the people here never mi-- an
pportunit'' to hear him. Thursday
afternoon he spoke at Maguire, at
Noble Thursday night and at Moore
I ridav morning, and had good
crowds at each place. Me visited the
University Friday morning and spoke
o the students at chapel and was
nthusiastieally received as he al-
ways i- He was well pleased with
the progry-s of the I'niversitv. In
the afternoon he was shown through
the Sanitarium and wa- well pleased
with the appearance of tilings there.
After the speaking Friday night
the students of the law department
of the University cave a smoker for
him. which he attended in company
with R I\ Williams, Jr., and F. B.
Swank These three gentlemen made
short talk- to the boys and had tin
time- of their lives. They all re-
ported the law boy- as live one- and
' :' loll
From here In- g<.<
di-trict to spi ak for
There i- perhap- t
ntire state wh
F.\-Ciovcinor Jenkins who wa- Everybody in Norman is Eligible
summarily deposed by President !
Roosevelt as territorial governor .t
few months after President Me Kin 1
le\ app luted liim a- go\ernor, gavi
out tin following la-t week
M\ interview with the president,
was not to exceed fifteen minutes':
duration, in which time 1'hardly was]
permitted ti' complete a sentence j
IF did most of the talking, seemed;
to be thoroughly embittered and j
showed plainlv that he never had di
read carefully my written statement1 Doa
(Mel people stooped and -uftcrni
Middle age. courageously tightim
\11 in n.i-. i \ irom tli Kidney -
Conies when von catch cold
t )r w 11eti you strain the back.
Many c- niplication- follow.
I rinar\ disorder-, di il ete>
nor coinprelwiided it- real meaning
nor would he understand or listen to
my oral statement lit nervously
.-prang to hi- feet with tin expre-
-lon, "1 cannot condone your ac
; . ' i"i •
leaving me seated at the table. of my t.initlv wa- both- io. im
Vou cannot imagine any one of eral year- by attack * of kidiu v com
lir great presidents treating a citi j I la-
question in my mini!
zen of tlii- republic as Roosevelt ; tin
treated nn . Vou cannot imagine an> a.-
one possessing the high senst of tun
ju-tice and the conscientious de-in heard "i
to faithfully fill the office of chief j procured
small of the bat
. . ill- kidiie v
of a free and self rt specting ston
and -elf-go\i rning people conduct
ing hiin-elf in such a manner In
all such acts of Roosi \ t It tli
seems to be a motive oth
ph and faithfully discharging the
duties of a great office and that mo
tice -i eins to be ambition and per
-final fame All gn at men in pub
lie office discharge their dutie- faith
r.U \ r
the consequences of their fellow
citizens \ 'ulnar and osteiitatiou-
sclf-assertion and the exercise ol
power with the view of attracting at
teiition to oneself and winning fame
wholly i- irreconcilable with great
Tin v brought the nn -t saii-
results after tin fir-t we k'-
I in a month th«\ had d
For Summer Use
Talcum Powder, Perfumes, Face Powder
and Cream We keep only High Grade Goods.
Drugs and Stationery
Bring us your Prescriptions
cent - I - '-t er M ilburn t
Renn tuber the naiiil
and take no other
vmms., ■* wm. ■■. - ■ >.—
We Vay Cash and Sell for Cash. %
We handle a first-class line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
We deliver to all parts of the city from 7:00 to
11:00 a. m. and 2:00 to 7:00 p. m.
Try us and tile Will please you. Vhotne 275.
RUNY AN SON
South Peters Ave.
to bile Second
man in t ht
o Fulton more
>u and Dick Morgan i
trembling in his shoe-
tt Ferris is young, able
active and Cleveland county i- t'>r
him at all time-. He is one of the
best members of the U. S. Congre
MONEY TO LOAN
ON FARMS OR IN TOWN
ft StraiQtit or Simple Loan or "Building and Loan
On Residence, Business or Farm Propertij
BETTER RATES THAN EVER
Any Terms You Want, and Any Amount
If You See Us First You Won't Go Elsewhere
JOHN E. MILLAR & CO.
Office over First Nation! Bank, Norman, Oklahoma.
Candidates Meeting for Next Week
The democratic nominees are
meeting with splendid crowds
their night nn-etings in the north and
we-t part of the county this week-
lit -ide- a number of speeches
county, state and national issue-, tin
crowd i- entertained with splendid
They will be at the folowing plac
Robinson school house, Mond
night. < Ktober 17.
Stella. Tue-day night, < 'ctober 18
Franklin, Wednesday night,
(irotts school house, Thursday
night. ' >ctober 2i).
Adair -chool house, l'riday night
()ctol er 21
Following is the program for
8:01)—Address, national issue-.
8:30—Address, state issues
(> 20— \ddress, local issues,
o :40—M usic.
9.50—Announcement- by candi
Everybody invited. Suecial invi
tut ion to the ladies and children.
Good music (Violin, banjo, cornet)
furni-hed by the candidate-.
Cleveland Co Campaign Com.
H I- WILLIAMS. Jr..
A. F. CLACXCH,
Names of Contributors.
The folowing persons o ntributed
the amount set opposite their names
) as-ist in making up tin ( leveland
unity agricultural di-|da\ at the
State fair for 1910, held at Oklaaomh
$1(1 contributors, Norman Milling
and Grain Co., and ( ampbell, By
ntim and Giles.
contributors: I J. MeCin
ley. S. I\ McCall. First State bank.
Barker Lumber Co., Can \ L. inbard-
Young Lumber Co., Tin I \V. Wil-
o\ Lumber Co., Brittam Lumber
o., S \ \mbrister, \\ inans Mer
antile (.'•• State Investment Cm. T.
I !. Smith, The I'ickard ( <■ j gee
2.SO contributors: John I Miller. | ui.
!■". R. Chastain, Barbour and Sons. I
$2 (HI contributor-: lv M \ber
...thy, Geo ( (iraham. I. I Me M
(nib. (, W. Xeldon. Fn d Ree.l un
$1.00 contributor- I ii ■- I horn j
A. Richards, llullum. Taylor Minteer.
C. F. Cox. R. L. Moffett. Farmer-I
Cooperative Co.. |. M Jackson, t
S. Tubbs. W II. Crittenden. A and
V. Stf>re. \V. B. Howard, Nolan and
Martin. Fischer and Vincent, Prof
Mier. R S Davis, I B Sale and B
F. William-. Jr.
50c contributors l\. Butti-rtiehl,
I) Runyon, (i \\ Polk. \\ II M
bolt. P C Schader. I W. Cook. J
R Stogner. R D l.owther, Ralph
Il-ardie and C. S. Bobo.
Call for County Committee.
The county central committee i-
hereby called to meet at tin district
October 29, at 2.00 p. in. Mr Mat
-on. a representative from state
headquarter- will b< present I be
eounD nominees art re-iuc-ted to be
on hand This meeting i- an im
portant one and i very eoinniittec
man and candidate should be pre-
I will sell to the higln-st and best
bidder at mv farm 5 mili - due north
of Norman. 2 12. east and south « t
Moore, and 1 north ami 5 mile- we-t
of Franklin, the following described
property, towit On Thursday, Oct.
20th, commencing at 10:0(1 a in.
Live Stock ( )ne span • f mules.
15 1 2 hand- high. 5 years old. ' >n*
bav mare, 5 years old, bred to jack
One gray mare, 9 years old, bred to
weight about "l 100 pound- lint,
colts (> ami 4 months old 18 head of
eli. ice milk cow- 12 cow - now
fresh. O Cow s will be f| e-ll -.>on.
10 bead of calvi - Oiu Red Pole
bull, eight months old.
Farm Implement-: good
wagon. One hack. ()ne John Deere
cultivator. One good -nlk;. plow
One harrow. One I^isc harrow <)nc
cream separator. pounds capai
I , I. iu t. ... I ,■ T
18* head "f T mloii
\bout 5 do/en chickens, and
ith r things not "in ntiotte.l
Terms of Sa'e.
FRED REED, Prop
\ D. I-
W I JACKSON.
Chairman ( o. Cen. I
The democratic partv in Oklahoma
the constitution and all tin good
niativ more are good why not have
The bank guaranty, which Mi Neal
opposes and -ign- bond- to trv to
Tin initiative and n i. rendum 1
I he reduction of freight law
'File t VV . . t lit pa --ellger la . w Illi il
ev< rv farmer in tile state.
Public -chool law
Inheritance tax law
( hat ti r tax law
Board of public affair law. which
has contributed some millions to the
1 Gros- production and nanchi-.- tax
WHY NOT STOP
Indisputable proof lias now been
found that ee/ema .an Im cured not
in one or two eaxeft, but in the worst
t-a-es of many years ^tniiiliiiy.
We would, of eimr-e, not. think of
making sueli a reeonnnendntion to
our neighbors and patrons, were it
not that years and years oi sueeess
with I) D. I) Preseription enable uh
to speak of this remedy with con-
fidence. It is a gentle, soothing wash
with the mild oil of wintergreen an
a base. All the cures seem to ho
permanent; at any rate, a trial bottle
at cents will take away tile itch
nt once instanth We arc sure of
For Sale by Barbour & Sonb
portanci Fin Standard < )il companv
alone pays tat - on an investment of
more than $22,000,(KM) and the asst-s-,-
alone pays taxes on an investment of
private individuals rai-e the total to
$100,(XX),000 I he d. vi lopnn nt of the
oil and gas indust • y ha' not only X
i •! • I« . 1 tin- ■ !.' -nn- -ii - w • alt h t ■■ tin f
« . liti • I < )klah' -ina tin e.'-t ■ 1 nn ! t« • i
iii ti , minimuni and tli T
2 Lumber Yards 2
nal gi• iwtli 111 tin.-, sections during I T
thi last i In. .• y ears. I h< cities of JV
We are now ready to
Save Vou Money.
Let ti- figim on
Death of Miss Poole.
Mi-s Dai-v P* « le. daught. r
Mr and Mr- P V C Po.de. tor
in \tlanta. < ieorgia. Thiir-dav. ( et !
(ith Mi-- Poole i- well known in j
Norman and had a large circle ot publi
• . : ■ in-.; r. • •' i
past three years was a teacher in ; Robert \mols- and -on. W ill.
the Oklahoma City schools. I parted Wednesday tor San \ntonio,
'Texas, where they expect t" make
Attorney B. F W illiams transacted their home Mr- Aniol- will leave
legal business at Purcell Monday
| Money to Loan on Good
S Real Estate
| Stats Investment Company.
Why People Never Tire of the Circus
Do you remember your first circus'
Of course \"ii do. Do you recall the
ec-tatic thrill you experienced when
father said you could go? Do you
recall the glorious street pageant:
tin- blare < i the bras- bands, the
li>\clv mounted ladies and sir knight-
the parade of carefully groomed
hoi-e- tin- wail of the ealiope, the
(lisj)lay of open dens of wild beasts,
the tableau wagon-, cages, floats,
and last but not least, tin coining of
tile grotesquely laughable clown-"'
But of course you do, and the mem
ore of it still si nils a thrill through
What a delightful odor of saw
dust i- around the circus lot, what
uiders are promised in the side
ow tent And then you come t«
the menagerie with it- den- and
cages -et around in a circle, elephants
peacefully tossing hay over their
backs and accepting all the peanuts
one will give \nd then tin mystic
wonders to come in the "big tent."
It is all delightful and a day well
spent, and one goes home tired, but
happy, after a strenuous day in the
And this i- why one never tires o
\nd all tin- tell- why "lie never
gets tired of the circu-. It renei
dear, dim memorie-. and we experi-
ence again the thrill- we wore wont
to delight in Saturday, October 15
No Lime Phosphate
" I nm quite
positive thnt the
ua« of nlutn baking
powder should be condemned.
Prof. Viiuuhan, University of Mlchiunti.
In buylnjj biiklnfl powder
examine the label and Jake
only a brand shown to be
made with Cream ol Tartar.
Musknuci. Till-.i. liartlesville, N'o .
not iiU'-t of tli. incita-, in popula j
v. lopnn nt t tin natural i .-source- ,
lli' .ui industry has been ham .-red
strictn .ii-, due to tin ..bUancv oi ;
antipathy to the progre-- of t hi -
state under democratic rule I'ro
the proper operation of their prop
ertie- from tin foolish regulations
The democratic party has removed
state f« r investment in thi- branch of
Mint I he tb in. .i i at ic part v through
the corporation commission, ha-
tried to a-sist the producer t<• find a
fuel market through the medium of
through tin instrumentality ..f tin
< itv J". McXeal declared that tin
spirits of the past rose before Win
dream. Somehow we could not
nider it ther. -tood among
and 1". M« \,..al We wonder it' those
• . ■ v iii. dn
th. drouth "t the earlv days while
al government appeared anvmg
NORMAN'S BEST KNOWN
has skilled workmen,
liest fabrics and re;.~
onable [inces. In
audition he is now
nicely equipped for
CLEANING AND PRESSING
of kind and color.
% Pioneer Harness
What? The crowd that attended
the illustrated -t ry ice at the Presby-
terian church la-t Sunday night went
awav saying "Thi- i« great ' Stand J
iug room wa- at a premium. Next,
Sunday night the pa-tor will give an !
'tiler illustrated service which will I
be -till greater. Go and see for your-
Police Judge J. T. llighley v
•here from Oklahoma City Monday
A pure, wholesome, reliable Grape
Cream ot Tartar Baking Powder.
Improves the tlavor and adds lo
the healthlulness ol the lood.
the a she <>f the
Carries Everything in the
Repair Work Neatly
and Quickly Dune
Meyer, Meyer & Morris
fn ui tht County rt tb week t j\jKht Phone 242. Day Phone 67.+
I I , . . I ( il. !
f)llie Spencer, of Capitol Hill.
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