The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1901 Page: 7 of 8
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The first an>l only chewing
tobacc.) to be yuuranteea.
Jf your dealer has nut UW-
tnore s Best, tend us 00 cents
for a pound plug.
M. C. WETMORE TOBACCO CO.
St. Louis, Mo.
The largest independent
factory in America.
AND YOU GET FOUR POSITIONS.
We have just opened up in
your City and for a short time
will make those cute little
PHOTOS., at the above price.
Call and see samples of the work.
Pictures for children and ba-
bies, that can sit alone.
Pictures finished in two days.
BEFORE STOCK IS ALL TAKEN.
and Oil Co.,
Henryetta Creek Nation.
Offer a limited amount of stock at
par value $1.00 per share.
^ Drilling will begin by August 1st.
On the authority of expert geologists we have secured valuable
frauchises on land divided by the Frisco Hail Goad, covering Oil, Ciasi
Coal and other valuable minerals.
We will positively not take subscriptions for over §10,000.
Our Capital Stock $25,000.
Guaranteed free and unincumbered. Subscriptions will not be due
until we have completed $10,000. Send in your subscription now be-
fore stock is all taken. A St. Louis company offered us $20,000, cash
if we would increase our capital stock and give them control. We pro-
pose to stand by our original proposition and will positively not make
any change in our terms. Notify the Editor of this paper how many
shares of stock you wish to subscribe for- This is a perfectly legitimate
enterprise. If you have any doubt as to the ability of the officers of
Company to carry out this project and fulfill their promises, write any
of the references given below. The Officers of this Company are active
business men and guarantee to protect the interestes of the Stockholders.
Hon AVm. Joel Stone,
Ex-Governor of Missouri.
Hon. D. A. DeArmond,
Farmers Bank, Bates County Bank,
Farmers & Manufacturers Bank,
Rich Hill, Mo,
James A. Scott, President,
Henryetta, I. T.
Siles W. Dooley, Attorney,
Charles J. Hahn, Sec. & Treas.
St. Louis, Mo.
Kauffman Milling Co.
St. Louis, Mo.
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CHANCE FOR THE
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The Weekly Journal
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ten subscribers to
The Weekly Journal
to the Kalians Citv Weekly Journal at the regular sub-
scription prica of 25c feu year each, making a total of
§2.50, ami send us the names and addresses, together
with the money, we will mail to liim or her, postage pre-
paid, one "Eclipse" watch as described below.
The "Eclipse" watch is a beauty! Gun metal
finish; stem wind and stem set, open faco. The "Eclipse"
is a watch that is a credit to anyone to carry as a time-
Now, boys and girls, here is your chance, See your
neighbors, your friends, your relatives, and get them to
subscribe for The Weekly Journal. It will only take
you a little while to secure a list of ten subscribers and
earn this beautiful watch we assure you is well worth the
.Make y.itir lieniil lance I>>
Draft and A<l<l i<-s ti 11 ( "nnnumeiU ions to
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KANSAS CITY, MO.
If you wish to investigate the min-
eral wealth and fruit orchards of Ar-
kansas and Missouri, see the rich
farms in Oklahoma and Indian Terri-
tories or go on a summer outing, take
the Frisco Line for health: wealth or
pleasure we surpass all others. Ar-
rangements have been made whereby
we can now sell tickets through to
Yellville, Ark., the center of the rich-
est mineral district of Arkansas and
Missouri. Summer rates to Eureka
Springs, the famous health resort,
are on, and tickets limited to ninety
days can be procured at any time.
Santa Fe Route Excursions.
On fine for round trip to any point on A. T.
fr S. F. within 200 iniled. On sule July 3 ami I
Return limit .July 51 !i.
CiiAtauqua Assembly W infield .July 2d to utli
One fare for round trip on yale July 1st to 0th.
Return limit July 12th,
Annual meeting of Christian Endeavor at
Cincinnati!, Ohio, July 3rd and itb. Keturn
limit July utli, but by depositing ticket, ex.
tension will be granted to Aug 31st. Hate
fill .45. Tickets on yale July 3, 4 and 5th.
Annual meeting of Grand Lodge of Benevo-
lent Order of Klks at Milwaukee, from July 23
to2fjth. Kate from Norman $27.30 tor round
Kvening Her vices at
Week days, maun at 7:30.
Key . John mutter, ram.<t
CT. JOSKPII'S CATHOLIC ClU'CKll
Mass at 10 a. m
Wc are rijflit in line on cheap rates trip. Tickets on sale July m, 20 and 2ist. Re-
to Detroit. Mich., Louisville, Ky., turn limit July 27th, except that by depositing
I Memphis, Tenn., St. Paul, Minn., j ticket wllb joint agent extension can be ar-
Milwaukee, Wis. Cincinnati, Ohio, j rangeii to Aug. lotii.
San Francisco. Cal., Buffalo, N. Y., j Annual meetingN. K. A. at Detroit, Mich., I
Washington, D. C., and all other im- from July 8tb to ititli. Kate from Norman j
I portant points. $31.70 for round trip. Tickets on sale July 5tb j
We will deem it a pleasure to figure I and 6th. uoturu limit July 15th. except that by I
with you on an)- contemplated trip : iieposlting ticket, extension will be given to!
and will use our best endeavors to j sept. 1st.
| render courteous treatment, assuring j l'an American Exposition at iiutiuio, N. Y.
you of a satisfactory journey. j vate from Norman $:r>.75 for round trip with 1
Any other Information will be cheer- l0tlll.,1 limit of 15 days, and $411.25 for round I
fully given by the nearest Frisco I tllp W|tn return limit :$o days, continuous I
Agent or drop a card to either of the passage each direction. Tickets on sale any J
undersigned. day until Oct. 25,1901.
Bryan Snyder, G. P. A,, j international Convention of Baptist Young
St. Louis, Mo. | people's Union of America at Chicago, 111,,
B. F. DUNN D. P. A. from July 25th to 28th. Kate from Norman
Wichita, Kansas. $24 75 for round trip. Tickets on sale July 22
" ~ , . , c / • 11 and 23rd. Keturn limit July 30th, except by
1 he party with which Prof. Gould 1 (lepoglttng tleketextell8l0I1 wl„ be glvell
is working" will be in Stillwater this Aug. list.
week. j Territorial Conclave of Knights Templar,
,, tt 1 n 4-u 1 at Louisville, Ky., Aug. 27th to 31st. Kate
Boy Had sell was on the I'ourth of L Normtl,; roun(, „.|p. T,cketson
July program at Noble for a speech. j Hnle Aug. 24th and 35th. Keturn limit, sept. 2d
Mi; CHURCH.—Preaching every Sunday
. at 11 a 111. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
School at 10 a. in. Kpvorth League at 6:30 p.
m,; Junior League at 3:00 p.m. Prajermeet-
ing Wednesday evening at 7:30.
A cordial welcome to all to attend.
J K. Waonek, Pastor.
EIRST BAPTIST CI1URC11.—Preaching every
1 Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday
evening preaching at H o'clock. Sunday school
at 9:45 a. in. Junior It. V. 1'. C. at 5 p. m. Sen-
ior It. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m.
T. W. BOYNTON, Pastor.
WC. T. IJ—Meets regularly on the second
• and fourth Mondays In each month *t
the M. E. church, at 3 p. in.
The members, as well as other ladies, are re-
quested to be present as often as possible.
Mrs. M. E. It lake, Pres.
Mrs. A. VV. Rogers, Sec'y.
LlKsT CHRISTIAN ClirKGII.-Services every
i Lordsday : Sunday School. 10 a. in.; preach-
ing service. 11 a. in.; communion service. 12m.;
Junior Christian Kndttavor, 3:00 p. in.; Y. P s.
C. K„ 4:00 p. in.; pleaching service, 7:30 p. in.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings, Regu-
lar meeting of the Oflieial Hoard the first Tues-
day alter the second Monday of each month.
A. It. Cahfkntkh, Pastor.
r \ t) ALBKRT CARDKR POST NO. 5.
vjr. I\- Regular meetings, l p. in. First
Saturday in each month. Visiting comrades
cordially invited R. It. MARTIN, P. C.
Henry Perry, Adjutant.
Ethel Carter will attend the
! Wichita Business College this fall.
j If Ray Crow is not a tutor now he
is with a "tooter." Be is bossing a
I KUAUSK'S HEADACHE CAFriUbES
were the first headache eitpsules put on
the market. Their immediate success
I resulted in a host of imitations, cou-
' taining antipyrine, chloral, morpiiine
land other injurious drugs, purporting
to be "just as (food." Avoid these
imitations and insist on your having
| Krause's, which speedily cures the
'severest cases and leaves no had after
effect. Price 2">e. Sold by all drug-
j Do not get impatient about the new
catalogue, it will be mailed you just
as soon as it comes from the hands of
' the printer.
Foley's Kidney Cure
! makes kidneys and bladdtr right.
Extension given to sept. pith, if ticket deposi
ted with joint agent at Louisville before Sept
Special Summer Kxcurslons to Colorado and
Utan.—On July lbt to 9th, inclusive and Sept. I
to 10th inclusive. Round trip rate from Nor-
man to Denver. Colorado springs or Pueblo
$20.00; Olenwood Springs, $30.00, Salt Lake and
Ogden, #35.00. OnJunelHth to :t0th inclusive
and July 10th to August 31st Inclusive. The
round trip rate to same points will be one tare
plus $2.00. Any old date until Sept round
trip fare to Denver, Colorado Springs ami
Pueblo will be 130.00. Return limit on all
tickets Oct. 31st, Stop overs allowed west of
A. MimiEIJ., Agent.
Kiowa and Comanche Map.
We have just received a copy of
the latest edition of the Homeseeker's
Guide, a neat little book giving full
directions and information for taking
a homestead, town lots or mining
claim in the Kiowa and Comanche
reservation soon to open to settle-
ment and accompanied by a line
sectional map. Published by Fred
L. Wenner, Okla., and sent postpaid
to, oO cents.
Mr. .John Tlppis, Colton, O., suys-
4'Foley's Honey and Tar cured mv lit:
tie pirl of a severe couyrli nnd inil lined
tonsils." Barbour iS: Sons.
the most healing salve in the world.
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