Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 100, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 29, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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Norman, Oklal una, under • * t ol
laimary 27, at the p.-.tollire at
March 3, 1879.
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NORMAN SIXTY DAYS Ill-NCI
(In fait that as loiiK .t-.
Ihi 11m 11ii n buy ti" >' ,nl1 111
v\ ;i\ ill, s Ii.iv( no rn-.ht i" ..inplam
ul t Ik mail • >i di i c\ il
11 the l'ii iik men want people t<>
irade it Inuiie i hey will has e t« *«•< 1
theil •1 w 11 evil example' I'ill wll.il
eve i we do Id's K« I rid of I In- liana
I or several month \.*i man peo
pie have heen looking lorwaid to l'« t
ter things. For sevet.il months \\.
have been awaiting tin pronu cd
dawn of a better era W « have been
led to believe that theie w.i • .1 Krf.it
Inline ahead of the city I lie . cinim.'.
ly lethardy on the part ot m-\ci.iI 01
ionizations 111 w ln >.e hands i 1 • nn
portant matters just at pu cut his
led many to entertain .1 leelinn ol
doubt about the sinceiity of these
01 K>ini/at ions Some have thought
and even now think that tin -c or
Hani/ations are not Iriendlv to the
city and that ultimately many ol tin
hopes we have been entci t.lining will
1.ul to inateriali/e, or ratlu i will ma
teiali/e in some othei b cabt>
I'liere never has been a tunc when
the editoi ol this paper t In mik lit I hat
there was the least «ause toi alarm
\\ c have watched the inatei ali/atio I
ot great enterprises olten and \vt
realize that it takes time to build 1
city and the various attending entci
prist s Hut at this paiticul.n time w
think that the long promised era ol
prosperity is beginning to dawn
I lie tune is last approaching when
the new university building will b
begun I'llc long delay tn getiuie, tin
plans up in propei shapt \\\W hav
soon become a inattci ot record I he
architects have the plans practically
completed noyy It come - to n^ trom
reliable source* that bids lot the new
building will be advcitised 11 now
in . tew days ami that the contract
yyill be let as simn as bids 1 .tit hi tc
ceiyed and passed upon In sixty days
from noyy the building yyill be yvell
on its yyay ol erection and the doubt
of its evei being built will liaye all
\s soon as the new uni\ctsil\ build
nig staits there y\ ill be moie than an
hundred dwellings started in the nn
mediate \icuul\ ol the univcisitx
rhis will add anothc t foi- - to the
oncoming pi* spe 1 it> \\.i\c that will
syycep the city of Norman as it ha
nc\ er been sw ept belot c
Hie new administration is m favoi
of paving Sixty days hence tin at
rangemeut* fot p. > ■ g w ill • tu • ■
hayi been piactically completed, m
sutln icntl> iomplt ted to iimit e a
sine thing ot it this time, and hen
again wp "ill witness indications «f
prospeiity tie \ c 1 beton witnessed 11
a city tlie si. e ol \ . 1 man
Sixty davs hence w c will ha\c neat lv ,
Iv completed our ncyv high schooi ; ^
building, the tinest cxclusiye high |N
sehool building m the state ot Okla
liom.i I'he yy.uk . >n 1! 11. \\ w eli '
You Will Make No Mistake if You
Follow Thi Norman Citi-
Neve 1 neglect your kidneys.
11 you have pain ill the back, urin-
ary disorders, dizziness and nervous
lie -, it's time to act and no time to
v j111 inu ut 1 lu - atc all symptoms
,,| kidney trouble, and you should
, , k a remedy yvliich is knoyvn to
ente the kidney s
Moan's Kidney Fills is the lemcdy
to u , No need to expel iinent. It
has cured many stubborn cases in
Norman Follow the advice of a Nor
man citizen and he cured yourself.
|,dm Ziininer, 5.M N. lYtcrs Ave,
Norman, Okla , says "For over a
year I endured terrible agony from
kidney trouble My back was still
and sore and sharp pains daited all
through me when I stooped. 1 he 11
regular and painful passages of the
kidney .secietions caused me a.Med
misery and though 1 tried remedies
ol various kinds, my etlorts weie
.,|| 4.1 no avail \\ illiiiR I" Ki"' « >'
tiling a tnal that iiukI'I pruve "f
henetit ti> ill'', I filially |iriKiiiTil a
lu>\ i.i 1 loan's Kidney l'ills at the
I'ioneer ilniK store. The enntents of
tluee boxes enred me and since then
I have Im i'ii praetleallj free from kid-
i.'„, sale l.\ all dealers I'tice 50
. cut' I'ostei Millmrn * o . lliilfalo,
New York, soli' agents toi the Unit
Remcuihi'i the naini I loan's—and
take no other
When the Clock Strikes 4
O0 0 SI
On The Afternoon of
The Independent's Big Piano Contest
Who wants this Elegant f400 1'IANO?
Base Ball Goods at Barbour's.
25, hack combs for 10c.—
I he sympathetic i|tialiti> - of M'
Waller's voice are of great value to
hull in I>I lUKinn out ih. part ot I h.ul
lines in the itoheunan t.itl" \t the
l'"rauiii£ Ma> oili
Bread, pies and cakes, like mother
used to bake, at the West Side Bak
The "I .\ J'-\ ^ hoi u ■
ttie tn -ll tllliti loice-
heuiian toil'' will mak.
I). II. Itiildiiln & Co's,
S 100 HAMIL I OIN I'lANO.
Kui nished by the I>aily Imlepentieiit
JIO 1 ripple Mlrrow Dresser, Given l>>
Meyer, Meyer <& Morris
Dealers in evorytliinff in
the Furniture Line.
lilgle l adles Hat, tilvcn b>
Mrs. Lizzie Sniitli
Ni>f m-tn 's I 11 Tn D.ite Milliner.
S25 Ladies Tailor made Suit, (ilven b>
S. K. McCall & Company
Everybody know Them.
lilegant $20 Parlor Lamp, Given b>
P. A. Matoy
The Grocer with the Best floods.
Beautiful $15 Ladies Gold Bracelet
H, P. Alden
Norman's Popular Jeweler.
Fine 512.50 Guitar, Given l >
Barbour & Sons
Drugs, Books, Phonographs
Paints and Oils.
$11.50 Acme Washing Machine, Ghen by
Nolan & Martin
Hardware and Implements
of all kinds
Palace of Bargains West Side Bakery Uni. Confectionery
Mrs M .ii t It
Hill> Shell > mi.
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For Kent \ *-t \ i. . mu i.
lielton. mother «
kcil in N<m ni.tti I.i
I'.vtM N thint,
Bread. Pies and Cake?
Mot and C old Drinks, l unches,
Candles and Cigars.
.11 It - W 4\ \ .Min-
ts tmishcil ti will I .
kitut \othtttv: h. s
1>n hoth the m1uh 1 1>.
crmteiulent \o make
what it t> to be. tlit
>i\t> il. \- trom
man that there ewi
the be^iniutt^ the
be mote nn>ne> bt r
wtll be mote people <
tet xx.iKes Ihete xs
4 - beiiiK ilonc 11
• !U now t hi u
the state, t.ikn-.; ,
sideration that w t •
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model ot its
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and the sup
Giving Tliem Away
The above merchants in Norman are giving FREE 25 votes with each $1.00 cash purchaseat theirstores.
Ask for them and then cast the votes for some girl on the list. Yor are not doing the square thing by your
own or your neighbor's daughter if you do not get the merchants' coupons to which you are entitled, and pre-
sent them to her. or cast thetn yourself at our office. Help the girl.
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Subscriptions Count 500 Votes to the Dollar
The next count will be made one week from next Saturday, on May First, and the
o. 0 young lady who is ahead then aud who has not yet won a special price will he given a
| $25 Ladies Fine COl^D WATCH.
5* This is positively the last special prize to be given away in the contest.
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Opera House April .^0—Public a i
H. 1 School library bene lit.
KKSF.RVKD SKATS AT BAK-
HOUK'S Thursday and Friday.
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THE BOHEMIAN GIKl
Wtrttei to *:a~e
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A good spar
You Will Find Just
in "Kc al I st itt " whether It he
n house, store. Stable, farm or
t i\*n proper t> either to occup)
\ tuirself or to li«>K1 lor an Invest
mi 111 11 pon i>ur lists.
v vir >ct vicc f^r
: Real Estate.
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Danner, V. E. Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 100, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 29, 1909, newspaper, April 29, 1909; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106782/m1/2/: accessed April 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.