The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, April 22, 1898 Page: 4 of 8
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I'm p;«* Party ' ^r (\*mtam
Th« Afr*nr.n Wiiti;- nE*i
and feAplM Vote*
Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Colombia,
Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia,
Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Uru-
guay, Brazil, Haiti and Santo Do-
Don't be afraid of a little fun at
The editor of the Democrat-Topic
would like to know how the Citizen* |
ticket waa nominated, and by whom.
After the election he will alao want
to know who struck "Billy Patterson.'. |
For information as to how and by
whom Th« Citizen's Ticket was piaced !
in the field the same can be found on
Call at YokwoAea, Norman.
home. Don't shut up your homes ale in the citJ cierK-, 0(j)ce and the
, lest the sun should fade your car- ballot boxen and return* will give to
; pets ; and the hearts, lest a hearty an anxious seeker after truth a good
laugh should shake down some of idea of who it was that struck -Billj
i the musty cobwebs there. If you a m m
want to ruin your sons, let them T & K.
think that a>l mirth and social en- Buy Wind Storm lo-unu.ce of Tmlr
jnyment must be left on the outside ^ Kingkade.
when they come home at night. 'JoD 1 hu>' or tr4<ie in rei11 'state be
fore you order an abstract of title to ;
Tlie People's Voice.
N R. F5 . A
iLL.VN A> KIXsE, I'ulMishers
SUBSCPUTION 11 00 PKR YKAR.
Young people must have fun and
relaxation somewhere. If they do
not have it at their own hearth
stone, it will be sought in other and
less worthy places. Therefore let
PUBLISH CD aVMY FRIDAY.
Entire: t th« p«*toffice, Norman,
iia lirnion, for tna-nautou tnruujfti it «-
na; - K«a* - Ihm matter.
jorrv £ ai.lan Editor
Ut UH's • ' l TI) INMKI « n«)NS of 11 if Owintr
* Can' t> IdiurolttM of tl t* l'«* i>l«* Party ««f
Ctev*': ' ountjr, 1 tier*by call on the t*opu
Ilea re < *•« rntr to amerable in their
• • | rwlncti eo Tuemlay JoMfttb, at
5 o'd* . p. in., for the purpose of electing
del*-.'; • * to trif roniity C>nv**nfton to tie held
at Norumn, w fcDNESDAY, JULY let, ltw, ®t
1# o'rkx « a. in., for th« pur jhhh* of nomlnatlua
CMHli'tf - to fill the foJiowng office*, to be
TOted at tlie November election ;
Oonrt; rrotmte Judge,
Coui it • l *rk,
County 1 r ?a-urer,
Coui U^Kiofer ol I >*•«•• in,
Cou' ty ^uerllT,
County • oroner,
Three County Commtaaloiier*.
The following Is the apportionment of dele
gat*-- to county convention :
Ten one,a*M .... w Kight one, ea t .. 4
Ten ■ ne, Kti<ht one, *'**1 x
Tan two, went v K'ght-two. west c,
Ten-three, 10 .s«:ven one, *ai t h
Tan t 'ur, « •«•? 7 M *ven-on '. \r «%t . 11
Nine' ne, «-H-t •> Mxnne. mui 4
Wine one, v«**t. h Klz one, went .. 11
Mlnet wo. went 12 Eaat Norman . j:j
Mine three, waat. 8 Waal Norman. ., 4
Total number of deletac*. 1 jj.
A 1). HR'KOK. Chm. Com.
M J. hmwR, *ec'y.
the tame of Tat« 6l Kiotfkade. Our
hooks are brought down to preaeot
the Pioneer Farm Loan
Norman and keep junl,
c . 1 s . . . , ahead of others in making terms and
the fire burn brightly at night, and ; .. . ,
conditions that are advantageous to
make the home ever delightful with borrroWert. Be ,uro Hnd S8e u(
.ill those little arts that parents so fur>* mRkin? n cootraol for a loan. W
perfectly understand. D> not re 1 have plenty ol money at ail timea.—
press the bouyant spirit of your j rHle Kintfkiide.
children; half an hour of merriment
around the lamp and firelight of
home blots out the remembrance of
many a care and annoyance during
the day, and the best safeguard they
can take with them into the world
is the unseen influence of a bright
little domestic 9anctum.— Ex.
1.000 fat hens fur which we will pu.v
the highe.t market price.
3Ttf Famous Gkockby.
ft'JY Y0U(R GCCLS ti here your n:cney gives you the greatest
returns. We will sell you (LR F GOO^DS, CLOTHi j\ G,
HATS, GROCERIES, Jt:J your General Supplies, as cheaply
as the cheapest--and GIVE YCU a Coupon reprcsintiv.g the
amount of your purchase by you saving them. We will re-
deem them, upon the retnrn of %20 worth, or more, of cou-
pons, wi:h VALUABLE (F(RESE^TSI whidh is virtually
giving yci1 something for nothing.
The Old Reliable Bain wagon always
for sal* at Jan. D. Maguire'a, VV...i
Main Street. 8tf
No matter whose blank the doctor
writen your prescription on, take it tu
Wouks' drug store if you want it filled
corraatlv ami at lowest prices.
A country editor who aspires to
the glaring style of journalism called
"yellow" suddenly realued that he
had failed to illustrate the pen with ; More Champion machines have been
which President McKinley signed *o'd 'n Cleveland county in the pa t
the *50,000,000 appropriation bill.' f"ur J"8" han all other m..ke« com
t a .1 1 . • j 1 hined. For sale only by Norman Mill
To offset the oversight he printed J ^ J , v.
° * Htid Llevator Company in Norman, and
next day pictures of the following | by A. Plitoer in Noble. 34 tf
articles: An absolutely faithful re-
Sit\~G Yonv Coupons.
.... McGinley & Berry.
Jas. D. Maguire, the -vest side im-
plement dealer, received a car load of
the famous anchor brand of buggies
this week. Parties desiring to buy a
buggy or spring wagon should examine
the anchor brand before making their
The action of the democratic ter-
ritorial committee at its El Reno
meeting has riled up 1,. F. Laverty
and his hired man Hudson. For a
party containing less than one-
third cf the free silver voters of the
territory to demand all of the chief
places at the pie counter just in
order to secure its affiliation with
the Populist party to down the
Republican gnldbugs is most too
rank a demand for even Laverty and
Hudson to stand without a groan.
A few more such breaks on the part
of the Democratic party in this ter
ritory will drive Laverty and Hud-
Son out of the Democratic back
yard into the middle of the road
While rooting for choice morsels in
the D.-morratic rubbish they don't
like to have hot ashes and cigar
snips thrown on them, and in last
week's Register we notice signs of
their beginning a hasty retreat with
their bristles up.
It is significant that the fusion
state convention held in Oregon last
week, and made up of Democrats,
Populists and Silver Republicans,
rejected by a large majority a reso
lotion endorsing W. [. bryan as the
leader of the silver movement in the
United States. These two events
may indicate a purpose to shelve
Mr. Bryan and the free coinage of
silver question, but whether the
change is to be toward still greater
latitude on the currency question,
and the substitution of paper mon
ey for free silver, is not apparent.
production of the shirt stud which
the president wore when he sat
calmly signing the document; the
brush with which he brushed his
brow after performing his morning
ablutions, the leg supporting the ta-
ble upon which the bill reposed for j „Dttd„ GrilJ,. ,be 8hoo marl) would
the time; the president's shoestring; j ijtB (or his old customers to take no-
the hieroglyph (probably a secret j tice that he has moved his stock of
message from Havana) which a j k*>od fiom building on West side and
lynx-eyed artist correspondent de- 1 wi" fi,ld h,m ln cor,,er building east
t i of M. McCinleys1 with a better stock of
tected on a piece of blotting paper; . , t ,
r 1 k!oods than ever before and at same
the president's collar button; the The arm hl4(ne l8
president's collar button; the rock boltom pr|cuJ
tack upon which he nearly stepped J. F. Gray & Go.
after arising from slumber, and one
of his suspender buttons.—Ex.
The Lady of the House—Why
don't you go to work? Don't you
know that a rolling stone gathers
no moss? Tramp (from Boston)—
Madam, not to evade your question
at all, but tnetely to obtain informa
tion, may 1 ask of what practical
utility moss is to a man in my con
A couple was recently married,
and the bride invited an old aunt to
the wedding. The cards were swell
affairs, and in one corner bore the
inscription: "Children not expect-
ed." After scanning it closely over
her specs the old lady said, "That's
all right, but they'll have 'em just
Did you ever know of a Deering Hin-
der failing to do its work '/ You have
known and hoard ol ottaei binderH (ail-
ing. Then why will you speculate and
look? Be wi9e and profit by your
neighbor's mishap*., and buy a Deering
Binder, it cosis no more than anyother
-o-called Qrst-claes machines Sold on
one or two years time or even for cash
by Jaf. D Maguire.
Modern Treatment of £
The Champion is the only machine
that equHlizes power at all stages of
binding grain, and thus furnishes in-
creased power at the time needed for
compressing, binding and ejecting the
bundle. The eccentric wheel Saves all
extra and uneven strain upon the ma-
chine and horses 34 if
PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS
Itepsired and re covered neatly by Dan-
iels & Fischer.
Why will you buy a new experimental
and untried binder, when 30U can get
the force feed elevator, eccentric wheel
Champion, which has been tested, not
in some far off county, but riyht here
at home, and found eminently satis-
factory. For sale by Normao Mill and
Elevator Company. 34-tf
SEWING MACHINES REPAIKED
Machines cleaned and repaired b\
Daniels Si Fischer. Work guaranteed.
If you wiil take the time to examine
and compare the Champfon with any
othorl ind'jr in the market, you will
understand why it has such an enor-
mous swle in Cleveland county. 34-tf
Give you a feeling that you
want to be decked out, from top to
toe. in new attire, correct and seas-
onable?. If you're afraid of having
inferior goods imposed on you, the
one safe thing to do is to go to
WALLACE'S CASH STORE.
There is no inveigling you into
doubtlul purchases. This store's
renown as a place for getting good
values is too settled a fact to admit
of any doubt.
If you fear your purse is too light
to supply your wants, come and see
to what an extent we have elimin-
ated fancy high prices, before you
permit such fear to possess you. A
long career in merchandising has
taught us how to appeal to patrons
through values and prices....Our
Department is well stocked with
the very best New Styles of Spring
Goods at hardpan pricts ...A large
invoice in celebrated
M .YFIELD PANTS
just received— best pants in the
market for the price asked....Our
Tvc'ic/ievS Dross Goods
Department is up-to date in all
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
Stock just arrived, and it contains all the new and
becoming styles to suit the most fastidious, at prices
within the reach of all.
H YS lCIAiN
OfflCH ^piflHltJc* — \J C A I TltK *TM KN'T Of
I>KAK nn 1 ( ATAUKilOK IHK IHKOAT
Sl K AND U'MJS.
< >ftlct\ ca-i ol 1'resbyterlftii ( hurch. one block
north ol Norman State Ilank. Sonimn.°kla.
Dr. P. D. LOUTHER,
Physlcan and Surgeon.
Office in Ctntral Block, over Murter'i
furniture sture. Residence just east
HEADQUARTERS, DALLAS, TEX.
Atoka, I. T., Ft. Smith, Ark., Pareona,
Kau6., Denver, Col.
Look out for C on Left Jaw.
Have your horses branded and thui
secure their safety.
He ]K>nnible amenta wanted in every sectloi
of the Indian Territory. Apply to Protectiv
and Detective Association, Atoka, I. T., foi
tHniiH to aifpntp.
W. H. Coles, a^ent, Norman, oklahoma.
Who cam think
of some simple
thing to pateat?
,#r>tect your Iflww; ther may bring you wealth.
| W'riUi JOHN WKuDKKLLKN ft CO., Pat«nt Attor^
, n«y«. Washington, D. C.. f..r their $l.*m prlao off«c
1 and list of two hundrad Invention* waui*d.
Spain was at her best from about
I5"0 to 1575, when Charles V. was
The latest work on the
treatment of diseases, written
by forty eminent American
physicians, says: "Cod-liver
oil has done more for the con-
sumptive than all other reme-
dies put together." It also
says t u The hypophosohites
her sovereign, h,«d< :uam being Port- of lifnc aru| snd.
ugal. Soain, Belgium, Hoi and, Bur
gundy, m< st of Germany and Italy,
all of western and northern Africa
(except K«) pi), the Last Indies,
all of North and South America
(except the Englith colonies in Vir-
ginia and Mat .icliusetis,) and all
the West India islands. Of this
monster empire, only Spain, Cuba,
Porto Rico, and the Philippine Is
in East India, remain. Out of the
wreck have been carved the present
German empire, kingdoms of Italy,
Belgium, Holland, and Portugal,
the dominion cf Canada, republics
of tlie United Stales, Mexico, Gua
temaia, Honduras, San Salvador,
la are reparaea
by many English observers as
specifics for consumption."
contains the be^t cod-live* oil
in a partiaily digested form,
combined with the Hypcphcs-
phites of Lime and Soda. This
remedy, a standard for a
quarter of a century, is in
exact accord with the latest
views of the medical profession.
Be sure you get SCOTT'S
All druggists ; $oc. and $100.
SCOTT A BOWNH, < .rmutv Nrw York
Do you want to buy a Binder
or Mower? Do you want the
If so, have you ever examined the points of
superiority of the "Champion" over all other
makes of harvesting machinery?
it draws the brr-
■■.••• v s ri-
KA • . .4 ' . s S
'SB This Draws the Bar.
y- Aridfd Traciioo.
The wheels will not lift from the ground.
It has points of superiority
possessed by no other machine --
—And the Norman Mill & Elevator Company
would be pleased to have you call and see the
points of advantage the Champion possesses,
before you purchase a machine. Buy where
you please, afterward.
NORMAN MILL AND ELEVATOR CO.
NORMAN, O. T.
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