The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
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Read our advertisements.
Notice our advertisements.
We carry all kinds of legal blanks.
For city scavenger call up phone 93.
A. Hutching, of Lexington, was in
Norman on legal business last Tues-
Prof. Butcher is home from four
week's work in the Woodward county
to that time save in a few fields
were cultivation had been neglected.
John H. Hosier, late of Iowa, has
located in this city for the practice
of law. His family occupies the
residence of Prof. Buchanan and
he has his office over Elledge and
Philips store. He comes well re-
commended by the judges before
whom he has practiced for the past
It was to hot and dry yesterday for ! The passefl this year without
the orators to tug much at the eagle's | tjje usuai rain preceding it. For a
tail feathers. I week every body felt quite confident
For the latest maps of the Kiowa | of a good rain not later than the 4th
and Commanche country, call at the for it has never fail in three years:
Peoples Voice office. i but it failed this year and it was
^hehot dry weather throughout needed and missing it made the 4th
**" ""I., J . rrlrki*!fttia as it rtthPTWlSe
the country has caused the corn mar-
ket to take a bounce upward.
Mrs. Threadgill, who has had a very
severe attack of typhoid fever is bet-
ter and on the road to recovery.
The hard ware and implement
dealers are enjoying a large sale of
wagons, buggieB and spring wagons.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Berry's two
daughters, Alpha and Eva went to
Blackwell to spend the 4th with grand-
The light bread flour is the "L B
high patent, the new hard wheat
brand made by the Norman Milling &
Andrew Kingkade, wife and son
left for Buffalo, N. Y., last Monday
morning to visit the Pan American
Patronize home industry by send
ing your laundry to the Norman
Steam Laundry and keep the money
in Norman. 88tf.
E. M. Yates left for Gainesville,
Texas, last Tuesday morning with
three cars of fat hogs shipped by E.
M. Yates & Co.
The 4th of July comes: but once a
year and if it is to be as hot and dry
as yesterday, no one will hardly wish
it to come oftener.
J. F. Smalley has started a Belgian
Hare ranch. ' He started in with a
pair of hares and thinks he will soon
have his ranch stocked.
If you are thinking of doing some
painting this spring remember that
Jas. I). Maguire handles a full line of
the celebrated Stearnes' paints.
Guy Cox, the ice man would like
if his customers would let him fur
nish them with coupon books and
they could pay the driver with cou-
Do you want to buy a sewing ma-
chine this fall? If you do and don't
want to pay a fancy price for a first
class machine, call at the I eoples
The threshermen are enjoying the
dry weather hugely. They report
an average of oyer 1,100 bushels per
day, running some days as high as
W. L. Choate will put in a lumber
yard at Anadarko and Lawton in the
new country and is anxiously await-
ing proclamation so that he can start
lumber on the way.
Guy Cox has put on his ice wagon
and is ready to furnish every one in
Norman with ice. Give him your
orders and the wagon will leave ice
at your house. 'Phone No. 39.
Cuts and bruises are healed by
Chamberlain's Pain Balm in about one
third the time any other treatment
would require because of its antiseptic
qualities wnieh cause the parts to heal
without maturation. For sale by Fred
The wheat is pouring into Norman
so rapidly that the grain buyers are
afraid that they will have to close
down not being able to get cars to
ship it out as fast as it is coming in.
The price paid this week is 50 cents.
E. M. Yates received an extra large
giant fire cracker the morning of the
4th in order that he might be able to
properly celebrate. Last 4th
of July, E. M. nearly lost his hand
with an ordinary sized giant cracker.
Mrs. M. L. Bixler, of Beaumont,
Texas, and Mrs. F. D. Draper, of
Shawnee, daughters of Rev. II. E'
Rice, arrived in Norman last Satur'
day and will visit with their parents
about a week before returning to
Hugh Jones left for Granite last
Wednesday morning to visit with his
father-in-law and to bring home his
two children who have been spending
two months visiting with grand-par-
ents. Before returning home he will
probably investigate new country.
T. H. Guthrey, of Hico, was in
Norman on business last luesday.
He reports the crops in good shape
around Hico but corn would soon
need rain. It had suffered none up
not quite so glorious as it otherwise
would have been
It has been warm in Oklahoma for
the past week, but an Oklahoman
felt that he was enjoying a reasonably
cool place in Oklahoma when he read
concerning how the people were suff-
ering and dying from heat in all of
the North Eastern States. There
was nothing like prostrations from
heat in Oklahoma.
Bert Edwards has accepted the
position in The Andrew Kingkade
Company made vacant by the resig-
nation of Mr. Finley who resigned to
accept a government position as a
teacher in the Philippine Islands.
Bert is a Norman boy and an aggres-
sive business young man and we have
no doubt but he will give his em
ployers satisfactory service
IS PRICELESS !
Protect your Eyes
by using Crystal Spectacles
Consult W. T. Mayfield
the Expert Optictan, who examines
and tests your eyes for Hypermetro-
phia, Myopia, Astigmatic and all
other defective vision, and correctly
adjusts Crystal Spectacles with
EYE STRAIN S!f.hTn"™1
other causes combined. Many people
troubled with headache have found
that correctlv fitted glasses have
invariably given them complete
The theory is now universally es-
tablished. "Improperly" fitted
glasses will invariably increase the
trouble and may lead to total blind-
ness. Our ability to Scientifically
adjust glasses safely and correctly is
Eyes Tested Free_ ——
Kinley G. J. C. Poland I. W. Jno A.
Fox O. W.
Miss Callie Graham will commence
the erection of a tine brick business
house on her Main street lot, where
frame building was destroyed by fire
recently. Frank McGinley also con-
templates building on adjoining lot
at same time. The Commercial Club
company and Frank Myers will build
on two corner lots and this will leave
L. Renner with only frame on
North side of block 13 and of course
Mr. Renner will not stand anything
like this but will build also. With
new buildings going up on each side
of him he will hardly be able to with-
stand the temptation to join the
procession and blow a horn. The
pounding you hear like on a base
drum is H. W. Stubbman getting
ready to yank his old building out to
put in a new brick to keep up with
the fellows who take lodging in the
city jail will, perhaps, pay for same
by cutting weeds in East Norman.
Temperance program 1st M. E.
Church, Sunday, July 7th, 6:45 p. m.
under auspices of Epworth League.
Music, Down in Licensed Saloon, Choir
Scripture Lesson, Rev. McC reary
Prayer,............. Prof. W. N. Rice
Music, Our Country Shall be Free-
Roll Call—Respond with Temperance
Recitation—The Swinging Sign
Edward S. Wiggins, of Woodward,
swipes the receivership of the Wood-
ward Land office. His appointment
was urged by Delegate Flynn and
Tire in Oklahoma City.
Last Monday at 3 o'clock the old
Pickwick Hotel building was gutted
by fire and in the afternoon of the
same day a fire in the frame building
opposite the Lee Hotel made things
look very much as though Oklahoma
City was going to have a big fire sure
enough. The tire department, how-
ever, soon controlled the tires and no
great damage was sustained. With
everything as dry as tinder, people
living in the towns should be very
careful with fire. The tire in build-
ings opposite Lee Hotel was caused
by burning waste paper in back
Tenderness, aching in the small of
the back is a serious sympton. The
kidneys are suffering. Take Smith's
Sure Kidney Cure at once. It is a re-
liable kidney remedy and system reg-
ulator, and will cure the trouble be-
fore it developes its dangerous stage.
Price 50 cents. For sale by Barbour
The crop Bulletin sent out by the j Home vs. Saloon .Mr. Baggett
government on July 2nd reports the ! Paper-Desecration of the Sabbath-
corn and cotton crop in all parts of j Miss Mary Monroe.
Oklahoma and Indian Territory in ; Two Wines-Fermented and Unfer-
fine shape, but all of it needing a ! mented-George Buckl.n.
good rain and would suffer badly in Recitation-Angel in a Saloon-Roy
another week unless rain fell- It Hadsell. .... n „
was in the critical stage and with Treo-Song of Triumph-Miss Hetley,
the mercury dancing from 90 to 100 Stone and Ross
degrees in the shade it could not hold ! Everybody invited to attend,
out many days longer and not suffer | t. k. Tingle Grand Recorder and
for want of moisture. j Felix Adler, a Deputy Grand Master
Frank Essex and J. C. Wails arriv- organizer, of Guthrie, were in Nor-
ed home last Monday from a month's man last Tuesday attending
The fellows arrested for cattle
stealing the first of last week had
their preliminary on Thursday and
were bound over in the sum of $1,500
each. The Territory seems to have
a very strong case against the de-
fendants. L. Renner assisted officers
in capturing the fellows and this
explains how cattle came to be in
his pens. For some time, some of
the men in the Chickasaw have
suspicioned that cattle stealing was
going on and they had been on the
look out. When some time before
cattle was brought to town, one of
the parties asked Mr. Renner what
he would pay for certain kind of
cattle he informed them and he in
turn informed officers and when
cattle were delivered officers were
on the look out and bagged the
parties. When the cattle were brought
to pen one of the parties was very
anxious to have them killed and
brands destroyed: but Renner sue-
If you want MONEY come and see us. We will
make it profitable to you and interesting to the ot cr
low if he makes your loan.
The Andrew Kingkade Company, Norman, Okla.
trip driving 502 head of fine yearling
and two years old cattle they pur-
chased in Texas, to their ranch in
the Chickasaw Nation. They think
they have one of the finest bunches of
Public Installation of the officers of' ceeded in
Norman Lodge A. O. U. W. The one pretext or other unt.Lall the
, . ., r . i _ i narties were arrestee'. J ne cattle
principal part of the program of the P indentified hy Adkin8 and taken
evening was rendered by the ladies were in ie
of the Degree of Honor. Short ad-
tnev nave one ui luc mn-o*. i i
of cattle ever driven from the Lone dresses were delivered by Tingle and
Star State. They report the cattle; Adler. A fair sized audience was
standing the drive very well and out to the Opera house to witness the
turned them in on the ranch in good j exercises. Norman Lodge ranks
shape. The cattle were high grade j second in number of members in ter-
'ritory, the membership of Norman
white ace.. > being nearly 200. The order is
■r I making a rapid and steady growth in
the territory. The following is the
The city supply of water is running
short and the city "dads"' hardly
know what to about it. The present
city well does not seem to be furnish-
ing a big enough supply. It furnishes
a good deal of fine water; but during
this dry hot weather it would take al-
most a lake of water to supply the
demand. They talk some of sinking
a deep well but they are afraid that
water might not be so good: but
water is something the city must have
and steps should be taken to furnish
city with an abundant supply. A wat-
erworks system without an abundant
supply of water is not worth much,
for at very time of season when water
is needed worse the city has not the
water to meet the demand and users
It is reported that a man in West
Norman was arrested for cutting
weeds in his yard. The complaint al-
leged that the women and not the
men in West Norman were the only
parties in West Norman having the
right to cut weeds, except in case of
bachelors who were included in the
list along with the women. Judge
Williams says he lives in W est Nor-
man is married and won't be caught
violating the custom of his side of
town. In East Norman the custom
seems to be some different in that no
one seems to have the right to cut
weeds save those having a special
permit. When the new balls and
chains ordered by the council arrives
list of officers installed: Dave
Armold P. M. W. Charley Fuller M.
W. K. L. Moffatt F. Rea Lindsay O.
W. D. Mills Reed. A. .T. Overstreet
Fin. H. P. Daniels Recv. John Mc
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OF TENDER AGE.,.,
But not young enough to be
tasteless or injurious to
Has that deliciousness and tooth-
someness lacking in the Hesh of
animals more mature. These cuts
are from calves destined for the
block from the moment of their birth
and fed accordingly. Try a leg for
FRANK ESSEX, Prop.
back to his ranch.
Big Blaze at Chickasha.
Last Sunday night one of the busi-
ness blocks, save one building the
Chickasha National Bank, went up
in smoke. The origin of the fire
is unknow; but was supposed to have
started in a cigar foctory. It was a
fortunate thing that the wind was
not high or the whole business por-
tion of the town would have been
wiped out as the town is without
waterworks or means of fighting a
A Bad Wreck.
Last Wednesday night, a south
bound freight train loaded with grain
and Hour, jumped the track in cut
one mile north of Noble. Twen-
ty-two cars were derailed and traffic
on road delayed for nearly twenty-four
hours. One brakeman was missing
Thursday morning and it is not known j
whether he will be found in wreck or j
not. The wreck took place in a deep j
cut where road makes a sharp curve j
and company could not throw a My
around the wreck; but was forced to
clear it out of cut before they could J
get trains through.
Tax Levy Maue.
Last year, the tax receipts show a
levy of 10 mills for county purposes.
This year the asses-ed valuation of;
county shows an increase over last
year of over $200,000 and naturally a
lower levy for next year would be ex-
pected; but we find commissioners,
have made this year's levy 17.8 mills.
The Populist commissioners on a much
lower assessed valuation succeeded in
meeting expenses of county on a 15
mill levy and many Democrats
thought this too high: but they are
finding out now that they were mis-1
Proclamation Still Delayed.
The President has not yet issued |
the proclamation opening the new
country. It is all prepared and will
certainly begiven to the press not
later than Saturday. The cause of
delay was twenty allottments in the I
Wichita country to squaw men who
were refused allottments by allott-l
ing agents; but won right by taking11
their case to Washington. It is set-|
tied that the country will be opened!
to settlement by lottery and plan!
will be substantially the same a l
plan published last week in this paper.
Next week we expect to be able tol
give to our readers the full text of I
the President's proclamation.
Henry Adams is able to be out on I
crutches There was a real nicel
dance at the home of Mrs. Music's!
last Monday night There was sing-
ing at Mr. Foster's last Sunday even-l
ing....Rain Yes we would not object!
to it for corn Ira Robertson is tak-f
ing a vacation at Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lindy formerlj
of this vicinity, visited in this neig
borhood last Sunday... .Clem Fostet
is with us once more. He is workinf
for Mr. Anderson... Mr. Bolen,
cousin of Mr. Janeway's, visited with
him a few days ago. . .The Voice has
made many friends out hear becaust
it fought for the taxpayer. ...Mr
Janeway and family left for Hcnri|
etta, Texas, last Saturday night td
visit relatives and friends.
Last Sunday, June :i0th, Children'^
Day Exercises were observed at thid
place an excellent program had beer
prepared and was well rendered c
sisting of recitations and songs.
We have a new school house and oj
course we are very proud of it and
first class Sunday school with
Meador as our Superintendent whe
is strictly a No. 1 superintendent
of which make us glad. Miss Marj
Howard deserves special mention foj
the delightful manner in which sht
trained the children to sing. ThanM
to White Mound and Union Grove foi
dismissing their schools for the ilaj
assisting us. Judge Williams anc
Rey. Everette made forcible talks, ir
the afternoon to the children... .Or
Thursday evening. July 11, we
have an ice cream festival for purl
pose of buying an organ for the SunT
day school ana church. Every body ir
cordially invited to come and brine
their best girl.
Maguire1 s he
to Jas. D.
handles no inferior grade
goods. Everything in
very best and pat
market backed up by a
manufacture s reputation
he was years in building
up. 15y recson of our
buying goods iu large
quantities, and for cash,
we are enabled to make
you the very lowest prices
on goods of like grade,
sold any where iu the ter-
ritory. We are pleased at
all times to show our goods
and quote you prices. . . .
J. D. MAGUIRE.
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