The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, April 22, 1898 Page: 5 of 8
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<Uy noon to tnsum publication of the sauib.
Notice our advertisements.
We carry all kinds of legal blanks.
For blank deeds come to this office.
School report cards (or sale at this
Alfalfa seed at Norman Mill & Ele-
vator Co. 31-tf.
If you want a suit of clothes or an
overcoat, go to Wallace's Cash Store.
New stock of men's fine dress shoes
just received by Wm. Russell & Co.
Fresh garden seeds in bulk at the
Norman Mill & Elevator Co. 31-tf.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis last
Wrdnt-sday evening, a son.
Men's fine patent leather shoes at
W. M. Rul ell& Co. 38tf.
R. J. Week! always has pure drugs
and sells cheaper than any one else.
Wallace's Ca«h Store sells boots and
Shoes at low prices. 21 ti.
J. C. Clai ku made a business trip to
Shawnee, returning home last Sunday.
See the latest styles of men's Russian
leather dress shoe6 at Wm. Russell &
Go to Wallace's Cash Store to find
the celebrated Mayfield pants. 21tf.
All kinds of staple dry goods, cheap
at Wallace's Cash Store. 21tf.
District court will convene in Nor
man next Monday, Judge Burwell pre
The Norman Mill & Elevator Co. is
< the place to get your fresh garden seed
in bulk; also alfalfa seed. 31 if.
Car load Qlidden and Baker perfect
barbed wire just received by the Nor
man Lumber Co.
Miis Maggie Galbraith, from Terrell,
Texas, is visiting her sister Mrs. J. S.
A beautiful line of dress goods at
Wallace's Cash Store very low. 21tf.
Deering Binder's Twine is absolutely
pure in quality and finest in weight.
Sold by Jas. D. Maguire.
Frank Blackburn, of Franklin, is
going to start on an extended trip to
Good goods and low prices in dry
goods, clothing, boots, shoes and fur-
nishing goods at Wallace's Cash Store
If you want your house painted or
your walls papered or decorated i:i any
manner, see C. C. Cobble, the painter,
paper hanger, and wall decorater. 34t(
Blue ribbon buggies and spring
wagons for sale by Jas. Allen. See
thi6 tine of goods before you make your
The Deering Harvester always saves
the crop when other makes of machines
are pulled in the fence corners. Sold
by Jas. D. Maguire.
Dr. Palmer, of Peerless, Tex., visit-
ed with daugher, Mrs. Hudson, of Case
township, the past week returning
home, last Monday afternoon.
8. VV. Smith, of Edmond, was 1 n
Norman, last Monday, renewing old
Sheriff McGrath, of Woods county,
brought a patient to the Sanitarium
last Wednesday morning.
Deering Twine I* recommended for
use on Deering machines, because it is
eveuer and stronger than any other
twine. Sold by Jas. D. Maguire,
J. J. Burke assumed hie duties as
deputy district clerk last Monday, John
Franning stepping down and out.
There will be a song service at the
Pre byterian church Sunday evening
at 7 4S. All are invited to attend.
There are more new residences
going up in Norman at the present
iiut than at any time during the past
Chas. Kahoe, of Shawnee, was In
Norman first of the week, figuring on
on some of the new busiuess blocks to
The Champion, force feed elevator,
easy slope, high master wheel, steep
hinder deck, ample space for grain, no
uiiokiug, no trouble. For tuu uuiy by
Norman Mill and Elevator Co, 34-tf
I. B. Elledge returned home, last
Friday afteroon, from a three week's
visit to bis old borne in Missouri. His
appearance would Indicate that he had j
passed through a spell of sickness; but
he said he bad enjovsd good health
Jas. Allen carries a full llna of Mo-
line farm implements. Good Enough
sulky plows, Capt. Kidd disc cultiva-
tor, and Oandv cultivators and the
hampion corn planter with automatic
QUICK AS AWINK seaboard ready to embark for Cuba. I
. , . . I The navy is standing in readiness for j
rtie weatlier changes, and with damp . . . ,, . . ,
and hreeiv rudenrs. suggests th!- <he signal to be piven. We have al-
sensible idea of having a bottle of ways hoped and trusted that the
of good Cough Medicine on hand present difficulty would be satisfac-
By having a bottle of cough medicine tori,y settled to both countries with-
oo band, rnittly It) take a few uom*« in 1 . . 4 . . . ...
the morning, after you hsve caught out a resort t0 arms; but 8Uch a thlnB
cold, you can often ave a i*U of can hardly be hoped for any longer.
Mt knt BB, and prrhMp* a doctor bill. It will be almost a miracle now if war
We have all the reliable makes of; js averted. The patriotic spirit of
cough medicines and sell them at i .. ...
1 the American people is aroused, and
though many of them may deplore a
war, yet they will render their en-
thusiastic support to the President of
the United States in any step he may
deem w ise to ta*e to put an end to
the disgraceful and barbarous war-
fare that has been going on in Cuba
for some time past.
Cuali vs. Credit.
j Don't pay two prices for an organ or
| piano, call at Cap'l KiiV west side Fur-
niture store and examine the best In-
In Time of Sickness
a Fountain dvrtnge is a necessity.
In Time of Health
it i comfort and luxury. Tbe fam-
ily without one is without a good
friend. The family having one U
the family thai knows tke value of
hueh a friend, aud is the family that
is •nfegoar<1«M] Huainat tuddeu nl-
larks of illnt* «, such an chilli), pains,
cramps, li'fl immalion, etc. The***
syringe* are not expensive, as some
people think We sell them as low
an one dollar, and that in almost noth
ing, considering their usefulness.
Call and let ti* show them to you.
R. J. WEEKS,
THK LEADING DRUGOI8T.
ing frout wheel of his bicycle up iu the
air throwing him clear of the track.
The fire bell was ringing and the
whistles were blowing for Cuban Inde-
pendence at the time, drowning the
uoiseof the train so that he did not
hear it approaching.
IT MEANS WAR
Chief Mays says he is
making Joe i
unless spain agrees to clear out
of cuba by saturday noon.
Last Tuesday morning at 1:15
Thuiuaay evening, as a freight from
the north pulled in the crew was an-
tonished at being received with ring-
ing bc-lls, tooting whint lee, booming
anflls—the big crowd expecting to nee
tteveral hundred soldier* on the train, |
-but there wan nary bluecoat. Soldi
L. P Hnrker b«* choice cotton
seed that he will sell at a very reus-
onable price to those wanting to pur
chase good cotton seed.
The First ltattle.
Information comes to us from Frank-
lin that the U. S. Man of war, Mont
gomery aud the Spanish Ironclad Mat*
£j v a |jp -v
TV twxVrMss nf a lov-
• * hasbaua it tv«rytkinff to aa exuc*-
lant mother, Mptcialty Juriag her hrst
ordeal. Georg«"LaTto«, Esq., a procni-
u«at druggist ti XJmyton, O., gives tbe J
A cvftoWM r md*—, vrtmme wile km* *«.1
ftxir of ' MwUier*« Pric«*1 " o n-
Itmrat, mi ftfwr the ecu a4
renxmAy. that If iH bid tu the ordetl
* 1«. ea4 tticre werm but lour bottle* on thr
BaikM. tbe com. wm I'J* per bottle, she
wouh4 save lK«a
•• Mrtthri s Priced • in a eeteetifieally
evm^oucded liaimeat which afFordj cer-
bm relief in the rarwua aUaaetUs pre-
ceding cbildbirtk, and assures
toX met on Little Itiver, near that | elasticity to the c©r<l« and muse.
Daniels hard to And in the race for ° c^oc^c a« m* both houses of congress
constable. Joe Daniels says that Mays j a^rec^ on resolutions
has overjumped himself at the start an(^ 8en* them signed by Speaker and
and that before the race is over he 1 ^ *ce * resident to the President.
hopes to be close enough to Mays to
play cards on his coat tails.
H. W. Stubbeman has received a
number of new machines fur riveting
harness. Every farmer should have
one. The price of the machine is$1.00.
(Jail and see this machine at Stub's har-
ness shop. 341 f
"Dad" Gray moved his shoe stock to
corner building east of M McCinley's
grocery store on Main street, takun in
a partner, increased the size of his
stock and wants hie old friends and pa-
him, especially when
The style of the firm
Resolved, by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United
place and engaged in the firxt battle
of the war. After considerable spar-
ring for position the Mongomery suc-
ceeded in getting in two broadside
rounds on the Mattel sending her to
the bottom wiiti all on hoard. I he
Montgomery suffered no injury in the
eugag (.rami t
G. W. Burke has a fine line of nur
sery slock from the celebrated Sedg-
wick nursery and can be found on lot
west of Jan. Allen's hardware store on
on ea> t Main street. If you want to
purchase trees see this stock.
strumeutn on e..i i . and get his prices.
I am nure you will never buy anything
of the kind on a credit; alno all nf ine
latent up to date styles of furnituie t
eye opener prices, Adkin's building,
, Don't Make
ItUT—you'tt he surprised
to how imirhutie of
our nlct< Nutta will n* i t In
th t iltrscllou.
WILMES & HAGAN,
Rear of Norman state Hunk.
in thv final ordeal
" Mother's Priirnd " ie seM by tlrug-
si^ts, or expressed on receipt of one
Boru," mailed tree on k|(pliuaU*un. Rr nk«
THE MADFIELS H£«ULATO« CO.. fttluita. *a.
I'he Voice Office prints and has i
CJotton Hpeisters, and
trons to call
in need of shoes.
now is J. F. ti ray A Co.
ed. anthony & co.
DRY GOODS and CLOTHING..
OUR MOTTO—Buy for cash, ami sell for cash at one price for
all, and that the lowest.
1). \V. MAuqoAKT, I'm*. s. II.Ovvkn*, V.-l'rea. J, w. Hockku, (J l'.'r. I). L. I.ahmii, a. C.
Citizens Bank of Norman.
Largest paid-up-Capital of any Hank in Cleveland county.
Individual responsibility of stockholders, $ 100,000 00.
Boakd of Directors—D. W. Marqiiaut, S. R Owens, J. T. Phelps,
B. P. Hughes, W. T. Mayfield, A. Kinokade,
Jno. W. Hocker.
Adam's gr ndlather u t:d to tell, so
'tla said, how his ^rand'uther UHed to
tell of an ancient fossil who, though an
officer of the church, wouldn't go to
hear Bro. 80 and so preach, because
the latter was opposed 10 the liquor
business. The Sumo identical, old fos-
sil lives right here iu Norman, today.
Do you know him ?
A fine shower of rain fell last Wed-
nesday morning doing much good to
the growing orops. Corn is coming up
nicely and many are plauting cotton.
The wheat and oat fields are looking
fine. The prospects, at the present
time, for a larger yield of wlieat and
oats this season than Inst are good.
Deputy U. S. M irsbal Smith has
been busy all week summoning the
grand and petit jury. Heretofore this
work has been done hy the sheriff; but
this 'phat take" has been swiped by
the U. 8. marshal. It is a good thiug
for the deputy marshal and the county,
but it is a little tough on the sheriff.
Join the next excursion to Sabine
Pass, Texas; Tuesday, May 3d 1898,
and see real ships from all parts of the
world, loading with wheat, corn, flour,
lumber, etc. You will see a real port
aud the best deep water harbor fn the
gulf coast. For excursion rates or
other inlormation, see A. T. Kooa, lo-
cal agent, Norman, Okis.
The Populist committeemen from
the various parts of the county report
the Populists forces in this county in
good shape aud that the promises mud.)
by tbe Democrats two years ago are
making sad havoc among the Demo-
crats who promising lower tuxeo and
have received higer taxes as a result
of their confiding in Democratic prom-
E ask for your trade, feeling that our dealings can
not fail to be mutually profitable and satisfactory.
.... In the first place, our line of goods is all new
and so sound and substantial as to quality and value
as, to leave no room for dissatisfaction on the part of
.... We aim to select and sell only such goods as will
fill the expectations of the customer from first to
last, and to make it so that to deal at this store is to
be satisfied, not once, but all the time
.... ll'e have not come to Norman to make a big blus-
ter for a short time, but have located here permanent-
ly, and try to state our position fairly and without
boasting or misrepresentation
.... We have an earnest desire to do just zvell by you
as we possibly can on every purchase, and to thereby
by merit and obtain your future patronage
Yours for business.
Norman Lumber Company
Has the best line of
in the city.
Our New Line of
1. Anthony & Co.
For the Season of 1898. just received,
and they are better than ever before.
Cme and see tham.
Also, a Carload of
UN II BAKER 111! I
J ust put in t our wareroom.
JOHN FRANINO, Manager
FrldagEv'g, April 29.
•THE BLIND BOONE-
THE MARVELOUS MUSICAL PBODIUY
of whom the presn and tlie people of the whole
country have given etucli generoua
words of prai \ UMlnted by
MISS STELLA MAY,
The wonderful Vocalist, oi whom the South
ern press speaks so highly, in
A. Holtom has again opened up in
the fruit stand busiuess in Norman in
the location where first began business
in ibis town. He will continue to run
his stand in Lexington. In other
words he will run a fruit stand in Nor-
man and Lexington. Mr. Holtom is
thoroughly conversant with every de-
tail of the business and can make the
business a success if it is possible to do
so, in the towns of Norman and Lex-
Last WeUnesday morning Prof.
Buchanan came up town mid «iin« ol
his friends noticing a knowing twinkle I
States of America in Congress as-
First—That the people of the Is-
land of Cuba are, and of right ought
to be, free and independent.
Second—That it is the duty of the
United States to demand, and the
government of the United States docs
hereby demand, that the government
of Spain at once relinquish its au-
thority and government in the Island
of Cuba, and withdraw its ladd and
naval forces from Cuba and Cuban
Third—That the President of the
United States he, and he hereby is,
direceed and empowered to use the
entire land and naval forces of the
United States, and to call into actual
j service of the United States the mili-
| tia of the several states, to such an
j extent as may be necessary to carry
j these resolutions into effect.
Fourth—That the United States
you want anything in the Hardware or
IMPLEMENT line we would be pleased to
wheat * .93 have you examine our goods and learn our pri-
Corn 24to2"ic 0<->o
Hogs, per cwt $3.00
Butchers' cattle, per cwt $3.00
Fat steers, per cwt $3.65 to 4.00
KANSAS f'lTY MARKET.
Wheat 92 to !)(!
Corn 27 to 281c
Oats 20 to 28c
Per I Native beef steers.... $4 25-4 !•")
100 Okla. or I exas steers.. 4.00-4.50
lbs. | Hogs 3.50-3.80
Norman Lumber Company, Norman, 0. T.
SAY? Did You Know that
A. O. McGILL, uDOC.'
XI I t
hereby disclaims any disposition or '
playing around tbo corner of 1m ; intention
and a auppressod smile dancing* irour."
War on llitfh Prices.
Wt now offer to sell about ten thous-
and acres of land in the Chickasaw
Nation, that is we sell you the im-
provements and j^ive you a quit claim
title. This gives you the right to oc-
cupy h VH nil you make. This
| laud is iu.the rain belt and suited for HI AST MAIN STREET
wheat, corn or cotton. It you wnut ti
inako rnouo} on farm crop? see me
Is running one of the best
a T M ARIZE
IN 1 HE CITY ?
To be convinced of this fact, you have; but
to stop into his market and purchase soma of
meats. You will find his place of business just
East of thoold Post Office Building.
jurisdiction or control over said Is-
over his ^countenance, inquired of him j land except fw the pacittcation there.
atonce. a it a boj or u ii 1, Pi ofrs oi . j 0f^ and asserts its determination,
bomawhat .tunned by the inquiry m j when that ,9 accomplished to leave
Professor repileu: • its a b-bj ' Ye-; the KOVerllIJlellt and contlol of the ls.
but is it a hoy or girir' insisted the j land to its people.
inquisitive inquirer. Well, if you must j The President signed the above res-
know, retorted the Profe«8ur: "lis a olutions at 11:24 o'clock a. m„ Wed-
girl now laugh. j nesday and telegraphed same togeth-
Mr, Davis, one of the clerks ftt the ; er with his ultimatum to Spain to
Agnes Hotel, narrowly averted being clear out of Cuba by Saturday noon,
run down by a north bound cattle train Unless Spain withdraws from Cuba by
last'1 hursday afternoon. Ho was on j that time, a thing that it is not prob-
his wheel going against the wind with j able she will do, hostilities will begin,
his head down and fir.t notice he h id t he U S. army is being rapidly push-
Norman, O. i'.
I expect to
be a « ay
from Noi man
HAVE HEARD alla''"""rlly
it is each of the other Hinders
'.''on this market is better than any other binder
temporarily, and have arranged wm
MLtT^Wker and'0."ll Larsh OH Cailll. NOW, COIIie III 100k St OUT
25 c> 35 c> 5° c• 1 of 1110 train was tbe cow catcher toss-1 ed to the eastern and
to look after my farm loan business
during my absence. We have facilities
for making farm loans promptly, at low
rates, and on most favorable terms.
Those desiring loans of this eharHCter
will find it to their interest to call upon
Messrs. Hocker A Larsh and obtain
our rates aud terms before applying
elsewhere. T) r*T Marqttart,
south-eastern' 30tf Prest. Citizen's tfanK.
1898 Right-Hand McCormick,
and see what you would have missed ia
buying some other machine,
Norman Lumber Co.
A. 1). Acers, Mgr.
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