The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 10, 1898 Page: 8 of 8
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"I tbot|U fjo told ro«. WiMOB, tint
70a toteodtd to do bonnet* jost tbe
«nw ffr to bad mond into tbe nb-
urU I know yoo bare pleuty, bot I
a 1 wit® thocgb* to* uao of tbose men
b« iauat opno dying to tbe baroeM."
" Voo werf rigbt a boot it, my old
friend I believe that it wool.I be iin-
poarible for toe to arcid apeodiug at
'aast two or tbret boon a day on
afcaiige. lot my lime UcoKpletely tak-
■ op, and I haven 't looked at a market
wpcrt fnr a month. "
"Woaldn't believe It if ny one else
iid uta IIjw do yoo tAO>Z?"
• •TV- mnitL* treee "it pet
tog a gardt-u ready, nopo-iiitending (be
aiMing of a twro. watokiD? their. pave
le itrvet and having a continued kick
itb the aMeaaun. who «eem to think
band at the poem, and Ike piaOM Bar-
(lull Dotea aa danger algojlj agaiaat
paatagea of doubtful propriety
Tbe marked copy chanced to ooma in-
to tbe hand* of a rather tboogbtleaa
court lady "I have ao enjoyed thla
vrouderfol work," abe raid to a friend,
"and it baa been anib an advantage to
read it after tbe qoeen, for tbe baa
placed rnarka agamet tbe moat beaotifil
part*. and. oh. what eiqniaite taate tb«
dear queen haal" abe added, polutiug to
tbe dauKer signal* of Kir Theodore Mar-
THE CLOSING EXEHCISES AT THE
Laat Sunday evening the Bacca-
laureate aermon waa delivered at the
Univeraity Chapel by I lev. Jaa White
•l "Twelve Cornera" achool houae 1,1 0
o ran'i-oluS and attend to uch other i CjCl OIU 1 Cly cL V 11C
buaine>a aa may b> neceaaary,
David H.sdemom. C.o. Com. InheritclIlCe.
or ®" Scrofula ii the moat ohatinate of blood
I hive SO head of good atock hog« trouble*, and it uftca the reault of an
that I want to aell. Partiea deairlng inherited taint in tke blood. 8. 6. 8.
D. D , pastor of the Firat Preabyter-j to purcbaae tbe e kind of hoga sea me the only remedy which goei deep
Ian Church, of A'ichita, Kana. The
Chapel waa filled to overflowing and
they were all delichted with the aer-
mon. It waa pronounced by many aa
the best Uaccaiuur<.ale sermon eter
delivered at he Cnlv«*r«itT exercises.
On Wednesday evening the Grand
Concert by the music department
A. C. ALLS, Linden, Okla.
enough to reach Scrofula ; it forcei out
every trace of the dlaeaae. and curea
the worat caeea.
0 e of tbe riifftmltir* in the way of
aoquiring exact lutormatinn in lieorgia
courts ia thua indicated by tbu Atlanta
"How far waa it," asked the lawyer j Biven and again the chapel waa
mt niy property ia worth all I paid for of the witnea* "from yonr bouae to "the I crowded despite the fact that It waa aTlbcrallty that VaYn igtTakiii to mi"
leasnesa. The number of quart bottles
that they conaumed waa atartling, and "ndiid'piUable
the director was hardly able to at- every time the colored attendant brought almixi drapai
tend, having just recovered from an in a freah bottle be waa presented with
attack of fever, and for a month pre- a (1 note. Whenever tbe oontanta of
Takes HI* .Tags In Transit.
"The other day 1 was coming east on
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad," said
Mr K. T Tcvrt cf Kerr Yrrk "In
the parlor car in which 1 traveled were
a couple of hilariona New Yorkers, who
were spending their money for cham- •rwifht alio became
pagne, or at least one of them was, with aliened *0 traauseat
Mr SOB, CbaeHa, vat a<lt!e<*4 from infancy
will; Scrofula, aad Ua suH.redso that it was
lmponMfele to Jrtsss him
lot lures fssrs. his
bead and body wsre a
mass of au.-sa, aail
"You'll icon have a£ tbat off yonr
nida. I was afraid you might have
ft aa permanently."
"Oh, I've only commenced. I have a
••r«ey cow, a pointer pop, a tandem,
vo Berkshire piga and a kodak, be
"Never mind. The cow, the pnp and
in kodak are enough. I'll jnat tell tbe
>ys that it i all off, eo far as trade
itb yon is cuncenu-d. You have three
iila tbat will keep yon busier than a
►ou in a bee -tree. "—Detroit Free
"I «ee in tbe windows of uudertnk- I
iR fhops," said Mr. Stay bolt, "a pla- j
ird wbicb says that campstools and
Iding cbaira sto to hire there, deliver
I by express wagon 1 infer from thm
iat chairs roMt be hired out for otbur
>an funeral purpoaes, for festive ooca- I
his, in fact, -os iudeed I know of no '
ikou why they should not be.
"But tbeyinust lead a varied life, '
le cbaira—funeral one day and wed-
an it may be, the next Tbey know j
aen tbey statt where they're going—
at is, they know tbe nature of the t>c-
■sion. They can tell tlict by the wag-
1 they go in. If when they are carried
it tbey fint! themselves put into the
ack wagon of tbe undertaker, they
low it's a ft.mral they're go:ug to. If
road where tbe difficulty occurred?'
" 'Bout a acre eu a half, #uh."
"I mean bow many .Tarda?"
"Dey wutn't any yards dure stall,
auh, exceptin of my yard, en dat wus
'bout a acre en a half fum de road I"
Wickwire—Say. 1 have bean carrying
those I O Li's of yours until tbey are
almost worn out.
Mudge—Don't they make a miserable
quality of p^per uowadays?—Cincinnati
Sprocket—I've just Joined tbe Be-
ginuers' Cycle club.
Handlebar—What are yonr colors?
Sprocket—Black and blue.—Chicago
a very wet evening The exercises j
were very good though Miss King. I
There are about 2,000 persons in
France who are set down as anarchist:)
and are under the constant watch of tbe
police of the various European ooun
vious had been too sick to give the
class the attention she should to have
made the concert the very best The
exercises however pleased every
one, and reflected very creditably
upon the strength of the music de-
partment of the Institution
elded liubrovtM.Au; was lbs rsaull. sad ^fter
beJisd islo-u s .Iiiumi botllrs sn ou* who lltisw
of Bis former drssdful condition wisald hsvs
re<*oi?nli*d him. All tbe iore* on bis body
hs*e healed, his iklo Is [x-rfcctly clear sad
one were pretty nearly gone the elder
of tbe bacchanalians shouted out to tbe
waiter, 'Who told you to stop bringing
"But along toward evening the sup- hesU^' &UJ he Lt' ***'iiiJi"s'" i'siiV'"'
ply ran out, nmcb to tbe disgust of the mo kim st. ilaoon.tia.
pair, and tbey had to be oouteut with .. , . , . . ., .
v , ,s'f
\ eaterday evening Judge Green, of driuk*. Ibew were sufflcient, however, ^ Blood diare beyond their
Guthrie, delivered the annual address 1 *° eP UP spirits, aud Inter iu §kill. Swift's Specific,
to the graduates. The chapel was the Duight 1 T'd b<!Ur ,hfl'n y'lliMg
, . , „ r , another round.
again crowded to its fullest capacity ..Tbe day |be of the
not-with standing it was almost nec- traiu told uie that (bia couple bad been
eswary to travel to University by boat riding up aud down th* road for uearlv reaches all deep-seated cases which
or in a mud scow. Prom .r>toGo'clock a week and tbat tbey hadn't drawn a other remedies have noeffect upon. It
the raid poured down and the evening ' sober breath in all tbat while. It seem- lA nn'.v blood remedy guaranteed
was very threatening until midnight * that it was the odd way taken by the "° p0t"
Kxcuraloii Ita e*.
Summer Tnurlit Itites to Cnl«n4«
on sale daily from June lat to Ssik.
13th. g<M>d io return any lime alUr
date sold up tu flnal limit of Oct. 31
Imperial Council Nobles of the <<«-
tic Shrine—Dallas, Texas, Jute ti
ttale one fare lor round trip. DkieiC
-ale J une IS! and 13. Keluru limit U
days from date of sale.
Trans. Miss. Turnfest—Omaha, Jtra*
30 to July 3. One fare plus t'J 'jO for
round trip Date of sale, June 39. Up-
turn limit, July 8.
National Iteoublican league—Omar
ha, July 15 to 17. One fare round tnp
plus $2 00. Date of sale, July 14. Re-
turn limit, July 23
Trans Mississippi Teacher's Associa-
tion—Omaha, June 28 to 30 One fire
plus $2 00 for round trip. Date of sale,
June 36 and 27. K 'turn, July i. ex-
tension may be made until August3tf
011 payment of SO cen's.
Chautauqua Assembly — WinHeld,
Kans., June 14, opens its sessions an j
• xercises continue until June 33.
I'ickets with return limit of Juue24
will be on sale June 13 to IS at rata of
>ne fare for round trip.
Pockets in ladies' dresses first appear-
ed in England during the reign of Ed
Ktralned the Jar.
A little old woman with a sharp nose
The address of Judge Green' was a 1 !!nlor ™ember t0 'n^^lKe P™e.
very good one. The graduates and ?8 teok the y<Tgfr ma,n *lon« a"?^
L . K ; for company and fooled all the bills.
J acu t>'i dressed in gowns, occupied j About once a year the notion took him
I seats on the platform. At the close , to go off on a tear, and, not wishing to
I of Judge Green's address President' Indnlon in Inshriutins at
Boyd in a fitting speech presented
the sheepskins to the graduates The
following are the names of the grad-
uates: Ross Hume, of Anadarko
ash, mercury, or other mineral.
Books mailed free to any address by
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
and sharper tongue was iu the country and Roy Stoops, of Norman, in the
indulge in iuebriatiou at home, be
couldn't think of as good a scheme as
ridiug continuously on a trunk line,
where there would be only strangers to
wonder at bis dinsipated behavior. Tbe
idea of picking a Pullman as tbe the-
ater of a protracted jag struck me as de-
ow it's a foneral they're go;ug to. If grocery store buying supplies. Anion* ' i *♦ - , v .1 * iiruirueieu jaK scmca me as uc
uy are put into just n plain, ordinary other things she brought iu from her ? rT uf V"6"!, . * cldedly ''"K'"®1"— Washington Post.
monky to loan
On Ueul 1'Xate Security tit IO
percent. See John Fkani.ng, Oneia
House Block. 4oif
The Nornr n Lumber Co. handles all
kinds of beat ng stoves and if vou are
in need ol one, call and examine their
goo Is before you make yo ir i u rehnses
•livery wagoii. tbey know tbat they
a going tc a wedding or u party or
me gathering of more or less gnyety,
* they caanot tell what will happen
"Well, I don't know tbat there's
▼thing so very remarkable about this
ter all. Tho experience of the chairs
like that >of tho people who sit on
•*m They have their days of smiles
d their days of tears. ''—New York
cart was a battle scarred jug. which she ^hClapham .las. Freeman and R.
ordered to be filled with treacle. , ' ^naPP* Norman; Mrs. ( lara E.
At lust, when her purchases were I Norris and Edmund Norris, of Perry;
Time Spent In Shaving.
Think of tbe time lost in shaving.
completed, she began looking over tbe Glen Hooper, of Yukon; and Wm.l ^axuP^e^ poet, calculated that a
account, item by item, before paying. (McCutcheon, of Enid.
FREE MEDICAL TREATMENT.
. . . When you are In need of
Job work, no matter what kind,
let us give you an estimate. . .
We have the facilities for turn-
ing out work promptly. What
is more, we have the reputation
for doing neat, tasty work, as
our samples prove. The Job de-
partment is in charge of skilled
and competent workmen. Mod-
ern type and best facilities for
economizing labor and reducing
cost, which means low prices.
Her Impressions of Angels.
The wife of a well known senator
k her little daughter, 4-year-old
'usel, to a nmtinee once to see "Jack |
I tbe Beanstalk." A week or so aft-
vard she was discovered pirouetting
1 lifting her pettiooats before a ohe-
glasa. Her father reproved her and
I her it wasn't a pretty way to do.
"Why," said the child, "I taw the
$els do it."
'Tho augeU!" exclaimed her father.
• When mamma and I went to heaven
t day," said the child.
Jhe father explained that tbo fancied
iven was only the theater. Tbe little
I's face fell.
'Aud wasn't they angels?" Ehe asked.
'No," said Uie father; "they wtce
Clib child pal on an air of iutenae
' Well," she raid, "I fink tbey ought
be taked home and spanked, 'cause
y wasn't dressed auy more thau an
" What's this?" she exclaimed. "Vou
have churged me for two galloon and a
half cf treacle."
"But that jug holds only two gal-
"You mast be mistaken. I measured
the treacle carefully, and it took two
gallons and a half to till it."
"Well," said the old woman with a
sigh, "I don't so much mind having to
pay for tbo treacle, but I do object to
having tbe old jug strained by you
putting in half a gallon inoto thau it
will hold."—Strand Magazine.
T, , . man who shaves himself every day and
,, 1 . .. . , , '' axne' i lives to the age of 70 expends dnriug in Ectinsnt Pbyeiciaa's Serrices at tbi
the largest list of graduates turned
out by the University in a single year.
Yesterday the Purcell base ball team
came up to show the University team
that they could easily repeat the de-
li is life as much time in the act of shav-
ing as would have sufficed for learning
seven languages. Soutbey, commenting
on this, minuted himself, May 15, 1830,
during the act of shaving, and he found
the time employed nine minutes. He
Command of Our Readers.
EftrjOM It IntiteJ to Consult Him, WilkMl C*d
feat they gave the University team on 1 ^ opBrati™ """V
' ed about it. Listen now to William Cor-
Qaeen Victorls/i Marked Poem,
lere is a funny s,ory told of a hap-
lng at the English court: Sir Tbeo-
a Martin bad been requested by Vio-
ia to read aloud (from "The Ring and
Book." Sir Theodore was courtier
ugh to make a cautious stqdy before-
A Hail llargalu.
The unprofitableness of some of tbe
rush and worry of business life is neat-
ly suggested in tbe following dialogue,
found in one of tbe papers:
M SVbere h Jones?"
"Gone to California."
" What for?"
"To regain bis health."
"How did he lose his health?"
"Earning tbe money to go to Califor-
nia. "—Youth s Companion.
One Field Unlnvaded.
"I see that glass bricks are coming
into general use," said the popular sci-
"They won't invade the gold brick
field," said the cheerful idiot. "The"
are too easily seen through."—Indian-
"By their works ye shall know
them," as t\e curious small boy said
when his father gave him bis watch to
play with.—Boston Courier.
The most common seat of disease, as
everybody knows, is the blood—for it
n ,, . ——has Deen proven that seventy-five per
r e orn Dm}. I he i urcell sports bett concerning shaving: "As it may Cent, of all human ailments are directly
had all kinds of money yesterday and 1 00st 0uly about five miuutesof time aud traceable to an impure condition of the
Isaac's, a Texas league pitcher. The ] may be aud frequently is made to cost v'tal fluid. The medical profession
first inning, the score stood 6 to 3 in ' 30 or even 50 minutes and as only 15 evefJw^re recognize that there can be
favor of the Uoi hoys and at the end ! minutes make about a flttyeighth part £^e*lth Unle*8 the blood 18 -bsolutely
of the seventh inning, the score stood ; l'le. ')ours our average daylight, They know, too, the difficulty of suc-
7 to 5 in favor of tbe Uni bovs, when I ? belIlg the caf' tbUis a matter of eessfully treating blood diseases. It
rui„ I real importance. I once heard Sir Jobu requires a special study and skill which
Sinclair ask Jlr. Cochrane Johnstone the average physician haa not attained
whether he meant to have a son of bis,
then a little boy, taught Latin. 'No,'
said Mr. Johnstone, 'but I mean to do
something a groat deal better tor him.'
'What is that?' said Sir John. 'Why,'
said the other, 'teach him to shave with
cold water and without a glass.'"—
Ill PUKBLO, COLORADO SPRINGS A.Vtl
DKNVKK. One fsre plm ,for rmunt
trip. Tickets good for return at any tine
from June 13 to July 11,' . The Mimre
Is tile only line that runs all It Co!<n*t<B
trains through Pueblo and ColoraUa Springs
to Denver, anil that Ughla lt coaches ami
chair cars by H.vle electric light. Then**
ballasted tntck, and the autoniaslc trlusk
signal system, assures safety In transit.
w.j iilauk.u. r. jl
game was called on account of rain.
The Purcell boys could do nothing
with Ford's curves after the first in-
ning neither did -the Uni boys strike
Bell very hard after the first inning.
The Norman boys played good ball
in field after the first inning but in
that inning they let two runs across
the plate they should have cut off.
In the fifth inning a mistake of the
umpire in calling strikes gave Purcell
a run they were not entitled to.
Mrs. Siultherleigh'A Compensation.
"Wasn't it awfully hard for yon to
give your daughter up, Mrs. Smither-
"Yes, it was bard to think of it, but
she's going to live in the east, and I
have always wanted to spend a summer
The Populists of Lawn Ridge school
district are called to meet at the down there so mnch."—Chicago Newa
school house Saturday evening, June
181b for the purpose of consulting to-
gether on matters pertaining locounty
convention. J. E. Mitchell, Com.
| The Populists of 8 -1, east, are 1
' quested to met t on Saturday, 7:30
"I doan' see no diffncce 'twix' de
man 'at wucks an de man 'at loafers, "
taid Deacon Johnson.
"Dey hain't no diffunce speshul, " re-
plied Deacon Jackson, " 'ceptin dat dey
calls de loaferin feller 'kunnel.' "—At
New Implement Dealer.
E. M. Yates
Has embarked in the Implement bus-
iness, and has just received a large
in his aetive practice.
The Swift Specific Com-
pany, Atlanta, Georgia,
proprietors of the cele-
brated blood remedy,
S. S. 8., has a depart-
ment of medical consul-
tation, which is in
charge of a corps of
competent and skillful
physicians. They invite
every reader of this
paper who is afflicted
with any form of blood
disease, to write them,
stating their case fully,
and givingall symptoms. Everyone suf-
fering from Catarrh, Cancer, Rheuma-
tism Scrofula, Eczema, Tetter, Con-
tagious Blood Poison, Boils, Pimples,
old running Sores, Chronic Ulcers, etc.,
should not fail to take advantage of
this offer, as there is absolutely no cost
whatever attached to it. Each case will
be given special attention, and valuable
information in regard to treatment
promptly furnished by return mail.
Address all letters to the Swift Spe-
cific Company, Atlanta, Georgia,
with Home Comforts.
At lirr AW A CHATAUQIM AS-iEM llLf.
Forest Park, June 13 to31, 1898. ...One lira
for round trip. . Tickets on sale, June n.
12 and 13. Good for return until .lo e am.
The Santa Fe Is the best line to the iim-
bly grounds Slutlon only hall block uni.
Parllculai'son application toagent A. T A vf.
W.J. BLACK, «. P. A.
Early Summer Days,
and How to Enjoy Them.
If you've never spent a few days each y«r
attending the Chatauqua Assembly at Win
field, supposo you try it this season . rut
time will pass quickly and pleewntly, «r I
perhaps pleas intly . The Santa Fe n'
sell tickets there and back for ft 55, lite
18U) 111, 18HH. Return limit, June 21 Age**
of A., t. & >. F, can tell you more. Ask lit*.
W.J. BLACK, O. P. A
ock Island Plows and Cultivators,
None better made.
fish Bros.' and Millburn Wagons,
Famous for strength and durability.
JOKEV CHAlN DttlVfc MOHKK.
Jones' Lever Binder,
We claim f >r the Jones Lever Binder thatithasno equal for Simplicity
Durability, Adjustability, Ughtness of Draft, an 1 Ease of Management
its Steel Lever, 5-part Knotter, and powerful Carrier spring, are points of
superiority possessed by no other machine, and ive challenge a Held contest
with any make of machine. SEE THIS BINDER, before you buy
!. M. YATES,
Near Santa Fe tracks, - Norman, Okla.
Why buy your Nursery stock from
agent* or t«*H!ers, thu> oem# forced to
pay exorbitant price*? Buy direct troui
tlie growers at wholesale price* and
save nil dealers or agents pro Ills. Can
jou save money by doing ao? Well,
read the following ami say t< r yourself:
In or.ier to introduce our large line ot
choice nursery stock in tills vicinity we
will for ti limited time till the following
order, which at regular agents prices
100 Peach Trees, 2 ft , 10c ..
100 Apricot Tree-, •• - .
6 Karly Ohio Grapes. 1 00
2 Ha dy Perpetual R«
2 Kverbloomlng AHheas.
This entire order or trial
will be sent for S5.00 cash
pany order, or ou receipt ot fl balance
C o 1> This stock is line and thrifty
and tu- above stupendous offer Is made
for a limited time to introduce our
stork and methods of dealing direct
with tin* planters If you do not need
all the stock listed you ran easily din-
pose of the surplus to your neighbors at
a handsome profit ssucli an offer whs
never before made in this vicinity and
Is tiie c hn nee of a lifetime.
stfK-k will lie so securely packed as to
stand ti thousand mile shipment with-
out injury. Order at once
Arkansas Valley Nurseries,
Bv Conge.—man .lames Uankin Younir. All
about War with spam, thoNuw, all defenses
battleships, etc. Portraits and''biogmphies of
Dewey and.nil prominent officers. N.-aiiv 000
pages Ha^ive volume. Marvelou-lv clicnp
Best authorship. Only authentic officii!) hook-
Experience no. necessary. Anybody can sell
it. Ladies as «ncces«-t nl a* gentlemen.' We are
the largest siib-K-rlptlon book firm in • merica
Write us Fifty persons are employed inour
correspondence department alone, to serve
you. Our book la just out (Jet agency no*
and be first m the field. I^arge 50c War Man In
colors ftee with book or outfit, other valuable
pietnltims. Tremendous seller. Blugest niouuv
maker ever known Most liberal terms unarmi.
teed Agents making $; to $28 pernav. Twen-
ty days'credit given. Kreiaht paid Vull book
sent prepaid to ngenta for #| 45. splendiil sum
pie outfit and full Instrnctiont tree for nine 2c
stamps to pay p« vta«:e. Mention l'eonh*s V iee
MONUOL HOOK CO., Dep't M, Chicago. Ill
bXaJ ertl aien>.nt
trunk jou oan jfet tlie beut made, finest llnLih and
MOST POPULAR SEWING MACHIHZ
^ from TTiBnuf/vfurm-
Miimny improvement* m the NEW HOWlfe
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FOR 6ALE F.v
Reed & Harper, Norman.
W. Williams' Fine Jack.
Before breeding elsewhere.
Clark s Gin, on Little River.
Terms—$7 to insuro colt to slant
and suck. J \y, WILLIAMS.
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