The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, August 16, 1901 Page: 7 of 8
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Round trip from Norman.
August ti and 20,
September 3 and 17
THE ONLY HEADACHE CURE.
Frank J. Baker, of Colorado Sprfngs
says, "Krause's Headache Capsules is
the only remedy that checked ray sick
headache and I have cured scores of
my friends with them." Price 25c.
Sold by all druggists.
Patronize the home mills. The old
reliable "N B" from pure soft wheat
and the new "Light Bread Patent
from hard wheat, are guaranteed to j
Through tourist sleepers Chicago j be superior to any foreign brands sold
KANSAS CITY KARNIVAL KREWE FAIR AS'N
Groat Fair, Races and Exposition at Kansas City, Mo., Oct,, 1301.
Will be the grandest event ever piven in the west. Splendid oxhibit of
Farm Products, I.ivo Stock, Industrial and Fine Arts. Iluces every day.
Half fare on all railroads. Permanent fair. Grand rrizes for everybody.
THIS M AGNlf ICENT
$6d00?S HOUSE LOT
AT BEAUTIFUL FAIRMOUNT PARK
KANSAS CITY.MO FOR SISP
3CND IN VOUR 3 UB.3 CHIP floris
AT ONCE -
and Kansas City to Los Angeles
and San Francisco; also
Personally conducted excursions.
by this line the
rich San Joaquin Valley.
Visit Grand Canyon of Arizona
Address Agent, A. 'I'. >V v K. It's . Norman.
the most healing salve in the world.
Salaru HT early
Men and women of good address to
represent us, some to travel appoint-
ing agents, others for local work
looking after our nterests. $900
salary guaranteed yearly; extra com-
missions and expenses, rapid advance-
ment, old established house. Grand
chance for earnest man or woman
to secure pleasant, permanent posi-
tion, liberal income and future. New,
brilliant lines. Write at once.
33 Cliureh Nnv Haven, Cioiiu.
in Norman. Insist on your grocer
supplying you with the home product.
Foley's Honey and Tar
for children,safe,sure. No opiates.
The hard ware and implement
dealers arc enjoying a large sale of
wagons, buggies and spring wagons.
FOIl WHOOPING COUGH.
"Both my children were,tal<en with
whooping cough," writes Mrs.O E.
Dutton of Danville III. "A small bot-
tle of FOLEY'S HONEY and TAB cu-
red the cough and saved me a doctor's
bill." B irti'iur ,t Son's '5
Maps of the Kiowa and Commanche
country on sale at the PEOPLES
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right.
ASTOUNDED THE EDITOR.
Editor S. A. Brown of Bennettsville,
S. C., was once immensely surprised.
"Through long suffering from ljyspep-
sie," he writes, "my wife was greatly
run down She had no strength or
vigor and suffered great distress from
her stomach, but she tried Electric
Bitters which helped her at once, and
after using four bottles she is entiely
well, can eat anything. It's a grand
tonic and its gentle laxative qualities
are splendid for torpid liver." For In-
digestion, Loss of Appetite. Stomach
and Liver troubles it's a positive guar-
anteed cure. Only 50c at Fred Reed's
If you have a babv in the house you
will wish to know the best way to
check any unusual looseness of the
bowels or diarrhoea so common to all
small children. O. P. M. Holliday, of
Deming, Ind , who has an eleven mon-
ths'old child, srys: "Through the
months of June and July our baby was
teething and took a running off at the
bowel9 and sickness of the stomach.
His bowels would move from live to
eight times a day. I had a boitle of
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Ramedy in the house snd gave
i.im four drops in a teaspoonful of wa-
ter and he got better at once." For
sale by Fred Reed.
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 ffne
sectional map. Published by Fred
L. Wenner, Okla., and sent postpaid
foi 50 cents.
$35«0S HOUSE LOT
AT BEAUTirtlL rAIHM3UN"f I'AliK
KAN A f.lTY M0 FOR* !
£>lnd IN VOUH suosc
r- $%•.:- . . '
$35D0Si HOUSE'S?? LOT
AT fAIRMOUHT PAHS
KANSAS CITY MO FOR $ I 25
>tno in voun ninitan'vioNi
AT ONCE •
t 2.000S? HOUSE-SLOT
At BrWJTirUl TAIRMOUhT PARK
KANJA> CITY, MO. FOR *12°
Entitles you to 1 adrnissiams
Fair Grounds, besides
for each dollar you send to
the Fair Association GIVES
YOU one Interest In
$ 2.500-° MOUSED LOT
AT BCM'TIFUl FMRMi)UNT PARK
KANSASOTY.MO FOR $122.
5EMD INVOCR 5UBSCKIPTION3
• A.T ONCE.*
■ 1 ■ -v* * "J
| : | , • ...j
$ 2,700-.2 HGU$l>« LOT
AT RL7VJ71FCI I f\RK
KANSAS CITV. M0. FOR $122
SIMP IH V il' .:ui".C.HiPTlCN
. AT ONCE. •
.? -r >
L ; ' -I
$>5.000*2 HOUSE. A"°LOT
ATB . ... rAlXMOUNT PARK.
lvVf: CITV M0 prj $ IQO
* 2.000®? HOUSE -LOT
AT BCAUTVUl FAIR MOUNT PA*K'
KAN5A5 CITY. M0 FOR 4122
500 LOTS on which will be erected 50 beautiful
rcsidenccs, will belong to tickct buyers, at actual cost of
For $5 you get 20 admissions to Fair Grounds, 5 interests in 500 Lots and 50 Houses, and ticket for lady and gentle-
man to Famous Masque Ball, at Convention Hall, Kansas City,.Mo. Send in your subscription at once. __ As soon as tha
tickets are all sold the House and Lots are yours. Reference: All banks, bankers and business men of Kansas City, Mo.
Send cheak,, postal or express orders, or any communications, to,
213-216 New Nelson Bidg. KANSAS CITY KARNIVAL KREWE FAIR ASS'N, KANSAS CITY, MO.
CT. .JOSEPH'S CATHOLICi Clll'UKH. Hiw
•J Mass at 10 a. in
Hi^h living intemperance, exposure
and many ot her things brine on brigts
disease. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CULiE
will prevedt bri^ht's disease and all
other kidney or bladder disorders if it
is taken in time. Be sure to take Fo-
ley's. Harbour & Sou's.
Week days, mass at 7:30.
Kky. John mettkk,
rv ices at 7:3
Mi; CHUKCH.—Preaching every Sunday
• L « at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday
School at 10 a. in. Epworih League at 6:30 p.
in,; Junior League at p.m. i'raj enneet-
lux N> eilnesday evening at 7:30.
A cordial welcome to ad to attend.
J. E. Waonek, Pastor.
C1HST BAPTIST Clll KC11.-
1 bunday morning at II o'clock.
evening preaching at ^ o'clock. Sunday school
at 9:45 a. in. Junior II. Y. P. L". at 5 p. in. Sen-
ior 13. Y. P. U. at 7 p. in.
T. W. BOYNTON, Pastor.
ASTHMA CURE FREE!
Astlimalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent
Cure in All Cases.
SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
W1MTK %OI II NAME AMI ADDKKSS PLAINLY
W C. T. U — Will meet every second and
• fourth Tuesday in each month, at the
El rat Presbyterian ('hurch, at four o'clock p.
in. Everybody invited.
l,IllsT CM KlsTlAN clirUull.-services every
i Lordsday : Suntlay School, 10 a. in.; preact-
ing service, lla. in.; communion service. 12m.;
Junior Christian Endeavor, 3:00 p.m.; Y. I' S.
U. E„ 4:00 p. in.; preaching service, 7:30 p. in.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings. Regu-
lar meeting of the Official Hoard tin* first Tues-
day after the second Monday of each month.
A. B. CAKPKNTKK, Pastor.
There is Something to See Along the
G. A. R.
Al.r.KKT UABUKK POST NO. 5.
Regular meetings, 1 p. 111. Eiist
Saturday in each month. Visiting comrades
cordially invited. R. R. MARTIN, P. C.
Henry Perry, Adjutant.
TIMKTABLiE—A. T. .V S. F.
There is nothinj; like Asthmalene.
It brings iustant relief even in the
worst cases. It cures when all else
The liev. C. P. Wellsof Villa Ridge
111 , says: "Your trial bottle of Asth-
malene received in good condition. I
cannot tell you bow tlnnkful I feel for
the good derived from it. 1 was a
slave (chained with putrid sore throat
and Asthma for ten years. 1 saw your
advertisement for the cure of this
dreadful and tormenting disease, As-
thma. and thought you had overspo-
ken you!-elves, but resolved to give it
a trial. To my astonishment the trial
ac edlik" a charm. Send me a full
REV. I'll. MORRIS WECHSLER,
Rnbbi of the Cong, Banai Israel.
New York, Jan. 3, 11102.
Drs. Taft Bros.' Medicine Co,,
Gentlemen: Your Asthmalene is an
excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay
Fever, and its composition alleviates
H11 troubles which onobin e
wiih Asthma. Ifs success is astonish-
ing and wonderful.
After having it carefully analyzed we can --tate that Asthmalene contains
no opium, morphine, chlorosorm or ether Very truly yours,
REV.DR. MORRIS WECHSLER.
Avon Springs, N. Y., Feb. ], 1901.
l)r. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.
Gentlemen: 1 write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested
the wonderful effect of your Astharaaiene for the cure of Asthma. My wife
has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the pastl2years. Having ex-
hausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon
your windows on 180th street New York, I at once obtained a boitle of Astir
malene. My wife commenced taking it about the lirst of November. 1 very
soon noticed a radical improvement. After using one bottle her asthma
disappeared and she is entirely free from ill symptom* I feel that 1 can
consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this dis-
Yours respectfully, O. 1). PHELPS, M. D.
Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co. Feb. 5, 1901,
Gentlemen: I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years.I have tried numer
ous remedies, hut thev have alt failed. I ran across \our advertisement and
started with a. trial buttle. I found relief at once. I have since purchased
your full-size bottle and I am ever grateful. I have a family o'four children
and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the h '-i, of health and am
doing business every day This testimony you can make such use of as you
sf>e t ir i'T
Home address, 23o Riyington street. S. RAPHAEL.
07 East 129th ct., City.
So. 40H Pass. Kan p. Cltv and Chiro, 4:0s A. M.
No. ]|ii " Kan*. City and Denver 7::r> A. M,
No. lf< " Chicago and Ivans. City 3:12 P. M .
Vo. 420 Local Freight 8:50 A. M.
So. 405 Pass, (ial vest oil 12:10 A. M
•*o. 17 44 (ialveston.. . . 1:30 P. M.
No. 11?. •• Purcell 1:10 P. M.
Vo. 423 Local Freight 12:30 P. M.
No. 406, carries througn chair cars and Pull
man Sleepers arriving in Wichita 11:15 a. m
Kansas City 0:40 p. m. Chicago 0:30 A. Rl.
No. l« cifrries through chair cars and Pull-
man sleepers arriving at Wichita 10:35 p.m.;
Kansas jitv7:3aa. in.: (Chicago 0:00 p. m.
No. 405carries through Pullman .sleepersfor rij^lit. . . .Our
San Antonio and J i've-ton.
No. 17. carries through chair cars for San
\ntonio and (ialveston.
A. C. MITCH KLL. Aarent
THE SHORT IND ONLY
SCENIC ROUTE TO THE
Missouri and Mississippi
Rivers and beyond.
A FIRST CLASS LINE TO
Texas and Old Mexico.
CAFE CAR AND RAILROAD
UNEXCELLED IN AMERICA.
The mostconvenient all-year-round
resort for people in this section.
THE LINE TO THE LAND OF
Lead and Zinc.
Send your friends in the old
States one of our illustrated pam-
"The nf of the Ozarks."
"Feathers and Fins on the Frisco."
"Fruit Farming Along the Frisco."
"The Ozark Vt>lift "
" There is Something to See Along ihe
The most comprehensive railroad
literature for the home-seeker or in-,
vestor ever distributed gratuitously.
Send an address to Room No.
726 Century Building, St. Louis,
and we will mail copies.
Mr. Kitijr expects to gin 800 bales
this season....It is reported that
Tom Chambers will return to this
country this fall to run the ginstand
for the Case gin company. Tom is
an old gin man and has held the
position of ginner here for four years.
Tom will also be grladly welcomed in
social circles of this community....
A very elaborate wedding took place
at the home of Mr. Baldwin last
Sunday evening. James Brooks and
Miss.lerusha l'Vye were the uniting'
couple. They were presented with
many nice presents. Mr. Brooks is
one of the leading young men of this
neighborhood, while Miss Frye is a
highly esteemed young lady. The
newly wedded couple Will take up
their abode on a line farm near Case.
We join with the whole neighbor-
hood in wishing them a happy and
successful married life Preaching
seems to be the order of the day now.
Big protracted meetings are being
held at several points near here....
Henry Jones came into Slusher on the
mail hack the other evening... .Some
of the farmers around here are
talking of bringing several head of
cattle into this country next winter
for feeding purposes The school
at Swart/ is progressing nicely under
the able management of I'rof. F. B
Swank. He has an enrollment of
TiiiALiiorri.1': iksoli nci'
Do not dflitv. Write i
CIN'K CO., 79 Fast 130th St.
p. add res
ON lll l I ll'l OF I-OVI AI.
DR. TAFT BUGS.' MKDI-
when you feel one coming on by taking
Krause's Cold Cure. Pi enarcd in con-
venient eaosules thut cur«j wbilo yon
work. Pi iee'23c. Sold by all drug-
The people of this community are
quite jubilant over the falling of a
line rain last Saturday and Sunday
morning Crops are looking
line, although the rain came to late
to help the corn; the cotton is all
! L. H. Doolen, is doing a very rushing
business now, his store is crowded
! with customers from morning 'till
i night: and he has to keep two and
sometimes three wagons on the road
I to supply them....One of our most
highly esteemed ladies, Miss Louis
Weisse, had the good fortune to draw
i No. 7118 in the "new country." She
left last Thursday morning, accompan
ed by her father and brother, to
: locate and tile on her claim. The
party will return in about ten days.
... .The "Klete" dancing club held its
' fifth meeting, at the pleasant home
of .Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smouse. Twenty
live members were present, de icious
fi uits and cakes were served as re-
freshments. The host and hostests
are highly cultivated in the art
entertaining and all present report
ed a very pleasant time Death
entered the home of Mr. and Mrs
D. L. Evans last Tuesday and bore j
j away on his wings, the spirit of their :
youngest child. The body was
interred in the Swam Cemetery....
Our ginner, Mr. King is very busy1
repairing his gin and getting ready
to gin the cotton crop around here |
Three Months Services will be
Given to all Invalids Who
before August 13.
A stall of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Al.'dieal In-
stitute have at the urgent solicitation
of a large number of patients under
their care in this country deckled to
establish a permanent branch of the.
Institute in Oklahoma City. A loca-
tion has already been secured at -04
main sareet Oklahoma City. The
odioe will be i pen and ready to re-
ceive patients next Monday morning
at 9 o'clock.
These eminent gentlemen have de-
cided to t:ive their services entirely
free for three months (medicine ex-
cepted) to all invalids who call upon
them lor treatment between now and
August 15. These services will con-
sist not only of consultation, exatni-
notion and advice, but also of all mi-
nor surgical operations.
The object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick and afflicted
and under no conditions wili any
charge whatever be made for any ser-
i vice^ rendered for three months to all
who call before August 15.
The doctors treat all forms of di-
sease and deformities and guarantee a
l cure in every ease they undertake.
At the lirst interview a thorough ex-
1 ainination is made and if incurable,
vo are frankly and kindly told so; also
advised against Spending youi money
for useless I continent
Male and female weakness, catarrh
mhI catarrhal deafness, also rupture,
goitre, cancer, all skin diseases and
nil diseases of I he rectum, are posi-
tively cured by their new tr vitm ;nt.
The chief associate surgeon of the
Inslitute will be in personal charge.
Office hours from 0 a. m, till 8 p.m.
No Sunday hours,
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