The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, August 11, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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Afes'racting a s pedal;r>- by KESBITT, T *:FARLA!vD 5: EPE'XELP, "vorkrranship guaranteed. Bonded by The American Surety Company.
liie People's Voice
2ST. R. 1c*. A.
*L!.\Jf A KIX-K. J'uWi )>*ri
city ornciAi pirn.
fVaaoamoM I i .m j*ek yejjs..
fVtsLJM,Hxi> rvLJ-r ricniAS.
CSUISWC Ml '.M p-Jf" (.dli'j* fi' niu.:
i> l«rr ury, I'-1? "-"ou . ofiuL irougt. in
butuwwtC'Ciwt vut "ur
the riifrk who
earth are ess*.
people rh ^ dtM
}• if ii'jl
*l a doc t i £ ii trie Pn p res *
reported by tbe ■ntboritiet: and yet
•, w?j dec < red 'be J . ; aos were
not ret v for c; • za" ou.
JQH* S. ALLA.V
| D Rocket er t tio lot ?*-r the
rictesl aaa ;xj the world. He it
jv. t the fellow who hat tbe soft
A.u Ilc utpt> s u an who drawi
o !jr f= * week i at Dteu coaricled
bigamy, st d the Conors part of
•• * fcf proved in court thai be was of pUt>1ic utilities mch at carr.ed
"pw *<f 'si. ei very well on • Chicago, is P->< siis , not <oci •
They are earbing that PopL sni is
Fro® the C* -ifj -e ort*, it t; -
pears that Jofc*s. H.^cfc catue wub-
ii $565 of be i'E hatred.
WHAT IS P0FTL1BM'
Ci i.g Popt. it.ni Socia sm ten
}ears a£0 did scare fcotiie " n. d
sot s— hat't a fact. And ca iig it
Soc.a ?a> "'"day wi'l fc 1] a few t.:o
wast ug ".be * subs'atice is a ia.ii
attenpt to rtach the Nor"; ?<• e.
But the £~eat majority are t-arn s £
very rapidly that public ownership
his il "ed ncyme.
a n (i f
In Hardware. j
jersej City boasts at, ;iicre se of
ti t'jfj 10 her popglt'. an since lyoo,
etc 1 us ve of dututuy d;r;cton ti 'he
These Japanese and Kussian
pea-re > eli poten' iries are do o( as
ucb ta k tig as if they were pre
paring to pull oft a pr it figiit-
W'es'ern banks are insuring de-
positors ?ga tiSt bvrglars Deposi-
tors are m grea' -r need of nsurance
aga nst bank robbery frotn the io-
The average insurance company
considers persons of medium build
the best risks. The average man
who wants insurance is not quite
clear yet. as to what k nd of "com
paiij" be considers the best risk
only a short term for Jtfitrsonian
L*emocracy as applied to modem
cond '.ions, "f bey are learning that
tbe so-ca' td Dem-jcratic Party bat
never declared nationally for tbe
pnjicij.it that elected lodge I>unae.
And it b not difficult to foresee that
When Secretary Shaw leaves tbe the loIic of eveat« " Pacing ibe
Cabinet, be is expected to become par'y i" * commanding
bead of a b g New York trust com P0*'1'™1. notwithstanding tbe at-
pany. The government seems to be '-Ul^ - Socialist*, Democrats
a kind of training school for all tbe t,uPon Gazettes to rob it of
big Bnancial concerns. wb i it j.s'-<y its due. Chas. Q L'l
———France, in August Tom Watson
"Sorter funny thing happened at*,
my p'iace day before yesterday,"
————— said a certai« proaiaewt re«ide%t of
TfcM Homo* Doctnwc bmtmm the Pommm Tro«, Ark., aeijhbor-
like other good things is best hood "Wife lowed, she did, that
w e« ,o« bare a aaonopoly of il, it'peared to her that the cbildre*
but iiot so good whea
e'se Springs it OS you.
The Bert Papen
Tbe papers yoa warn are the papers
that will suit yooreatire fa mil y best.
A combination that wiiianswer this
re^uireaaeot i* this paper and tbe
Fort Wortb Semi-Weekly P^cord.
The Record is a general newt paper
considerable ore 'of the ^ *yp«- Ably edited. spleD-
o« out in the yard; illuttrated- ^ carries a news
. . - , fcerrice which ie the beet that know-
how thief or lyn- , , ,
7 led^e a do experience can surfeit
ch.o, or some inocent game that a 5^c;al feature.g of Tht Ticcord ap.
way—four or fire of 'em figger on peal to tbe boo ewife. the farmer,
beiu' deputy sherifft or something of the stockrainer at>d tbe artisan,
the sort when they grow up. I said Tbe colored comic pictures printed
_______ I reckoned tbe fracas was junt ithe Friday i«^ue are a rare treat
figures that she should about normal, but wife 'lowed—and jr t"t }°un^
, , It* market newt alone i§ worth
% 100,000,000 rent for you know how set women are when
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Subscriptions taken for any Magazine or Newspaper.
Kingkade's Book Store,
POST OFF ICE BUILDING. «r NORMAN, OKLA.
noise than cost
tbey were playic
A Michigan woman ia ber will,
left 119,000 to feed tramps. The
"robots" must have put a big chalk-
e.ark 00 her front gate,which means
in bobodom "kind and no dawg.^
the use of her back lot for fighting tbey git hold of a notion
purposes, and if she cannot get it
she wants the "tenants'" to w jvt out.
A correspondent wants to know
if Senator Penrose has any trade.
While the Congressional Direciory
does not mention the fact, Die peo
le of Pbiadelphia recognize hi:u as
also, that there 'peared somehow to reader of The Record once you try it. I
be more of 'etn than was customary *n<* t'le favorable clubbing offer made
arouad there. below is an opportunity not be itissed:
"'Aw, I reckon not, Magnolia,' 1 Jtar 11 00,
, . , ' . Peoples Voice 1 year 1.00
Both papers 1 year
Semi-Weekly Record f; months.
The Voice H months
Both papers months
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An Alderman in a Spanish town
wasl)nched because he wanted to
give away a valuable franchise.
What if this shouiil become a popu-
lar diversion, for the mob in the
bread is digestible.
bread is nutritious.
bread — I ight
and sweet, is
Ye« t l'oam U the wvnder/ul
yeai/that took the First Grund
Prue at the St. Ixiuin Kaposi*
tion urn! in sold by all grocer* at
5c. a (Ktrkagr enough to make
4" lOMvra. SmkI a jMistal card
for our new illustrated hook
"C***I Jit -ail. I!>iw\j> Make It."
NORTHWESTERN YEAST CO.
sajs I sorter soothingly. 'I reckon
"But nothin' would do her but we
must go out and investigate. The.
yard did seem to be pretty thickly
populated, for a fact, and when
they heard us corain' several more
children crawled out of the ash-
hopper ami from under the house NEEDED
Annually, to !VI the • positions created by
Kid tUCri piaCCI, Jlfifj when WC had ai «l TeJ«5gmpb <>>mpiaiie8.
tallied 'ern all up, burhanged if *®a aws-Ladiwa <>(gooa awuta, to
there wasn't nineteen of em, when Learn Telegraphy
wife Mowed—and 1 reckon she AND R. R. ACCOUNTING
kflowed — that there oughtn't to farulali n per cent, of the Opuwiom n.i
have been more than about four
ttie lur^oet eicltulre l^iesrapta scbooltln tbe :
leen. It shorely looked as if there 'wH. K.Ubllrt«Hl aOjeir. an.t enouiaed by !
was a bug under the chip, as the *" ""'""J' '■""ciaj*.
the savin' goes, and uothin' would
PULLDOWN THE ROLL TOP
IT'S TIME FOR THE MOUNTAIN TOP
' AH work and do play makes Jacks a dull boy." A fortnight
of ehsDge. re -t and recreation what you and your family need,
and Colorado is a brain clearing-house. You'll come back with
energy in storage sufficient for a year. Our booklet, "Under
the furqaoise Sky," tells what cau be done in Colorado. Ask
for it. LOW RATES ALL SUMMEIL
• , — _
GEO. H. LEE, J. S. McNALLY,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Dir. Pass. Agt.
Little Uock. Ark. Okla. City, Ok.
Here is the way I am surrounded.
W« txeeotc • 9ZV.> Bod 1 to •very ituuerit to
f«in tiiu firh«ri pf^:t1« n paying from $#0
to tii'Xitii in M«T«re «« of tb« Kuckv Moun !
'•I*, or from $7* Ui $1W u rnont U in ^tnte« we ? '
of tb* liouki«*, nprxi gr*d«MitiOB.
c*r at kh} ti fro v ca
tu u . Kor full p«rricuiiir« r^far<ling nv of \
our v.ikkj « wrlie iljrwt to our cxeeutlvt oflle«r
i C'iiM.*iiii(*ti, ij. Utdogue ft**.
Tne lorse scnooi 01 Teieoronfiy.
satisfy wife but to find out what was
wrong. She added 'em up and she
ciphered'em ou', and there shore
was nineteen of 'em, and no mistake
about it' I says prob'ly that was
righ', after all, but wife wouldn't
hear to it. She stuck and hung—
and, as I said before, )Ou know how
women are that a way—that there
was too much liberality, as it were
1 in the census roll.
"She was a good deal aggravated
about it, too, and the Upshot of the S ™ii «. Martin, Defendant,
matter was that she took soft soap
and warm water and washed the
faces of every last one of them
I Cincinnati. Ohio
Texarkana. T«?x t*.
Diiffalo, N. Y.
LaCrowe, Win. i
Ban Ftancloco. CaJ. j
In ttie District ^ourt ol (>v«iin<l County, t k-
J. W Martin, Plain tiff, i
Divorce Notice i
ToSomll S. Murtln, UefeuiUnt;—
Toil ate hereby notified tbnt you bare Ijeen
wi«*i f« illvoro-, i,y tut, above ii*ni<~i plain-
nn. himI tliat you timtt aonwer ]ililntilt"n petl-
Hon dle<t «Kaiii t yon In the District Court ot
Cleveland County, Oklahoma Territory, on or
children. And, behold you, when w** Kejiteuiber a, vm, or wu.1 iieiHion
will l>e laaen a true, and ju<l^n.efit will l«;
the aperation was over, dinsed if it retwleiurt a*alimi yo. Kniutlnij * divorce to
, , , .... plaintiff. j£. M. IIkolem. Cleik.
didn t prove that wife had been 1 By li y vvnxuiia, Deputy !
. ,. , . WOW h (>KK>HAM,
rihI all the time, as she most gen 1 ait'jufor euii.titr.
Two Doors East Postoffice.
erally is. Iri the pack was two .,,n ■ i. JHSHS7TH™"™"
. ... >t| . , , , | Millennial Dawn preaching on the
children of Lab Jutkett s and one 12tb of August by I lev. Jno. Harrison
of I ut Springers, or two of I ut s at tbe Presbyterian church on the
and one of I.abs—I fergit which, West Side at eleven o'clock. No col-
now—and two more tint wouldn't lection Some of the funny things
tell where they belonged. 1 wo of believe Is th it God is not trying
the extra layout had been liviri' at
G. A. ^.--Denver,
our place for three days or so, an
other one didn't 'pear to know
when he'd come there, and them two
contrary children that wouldn't tell
where they came from g it their
backs up and refuged to say how
long they had been with us. And in
the case o' a'l of em, none of their
folks had made any signs of havin1
missed 'em —lorn Watson's Maga-
zine for August.
to nave the world n >w; tbat Satan is
noon to be bound arid that Christ is
soon to begin his reign Ac's 3-19 23
Tbey do not believe that tbe Bible
teacbas eternal torment nor that
man sprung from a mo key
G. K Howry returned
day* trip to Tuttle, I, T,
was visiting with son-in-law
Hughes who l« in the harness busi-
nesw. Mr. liowry reports crops look-
ing fine around Tuttle and the city
of Tuttle quite a business and grow-
The time in now at hand—September 4-7. Plan
one way that will satisfy you. 'Tis Santa Fe way.
for this occasion-
froma ten t " ,~J • jnmn in why. yery low rate
where he . f«r thin oocmbioii—.Duly Sit",,5°. Write me for Colorado literature
M. C. R" for. "U'tber particulars. Remember, ShuIh Fo is the line with
block signals, rock ballasted tiack and very best of . quipnient.
Passengers via this route obtain excellent o'ue-liuudred-niile view of
Rockie9" J J- UAKErt, Agent.
The Atchison, Topeka & Snnta Fe Railway Co.
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