The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, August 1, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
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Rea't our advertisements.
Notice our advertisements.
For city scavenger call up phone 93
For best machine oils see Daniels &
Fischer. 36 tf
All steel enameled tubs $12.00 at
Daniels & Fisher. 3(i-tf
We will sell your farm for you.
Bessent & Lawson.
We will rent and collect rent for
you. Bessent & Lawson.
For a nice bible or testament,go
to Kingkade's Book Store.
S. P. Render left Tuesday for Ard-
more where he will be a few days on
For Rent—A nice suite of office j & Son.
| Jesse Sommers went to Noble Tues-
day afternoon to look after his farm
near that place.
If it wasn't popular, if it wasn't
loved by the people, why do dealers
say? "We have something just as
(rood as the Madison Medicine Co's.
Rocky Mountain Tea. Tuink it over.
35 cents; Asic your druggist.
Hon. R. E. Wood, of Shawnee, and
one of the members of the Board of
Regents, was in Norman last Tuesday
afternoon, to see how the work was
progressing on the new University
Foley's Kidney Cure is a medicine
free from poisons and will cure any
case of kidney disease that is not be-
yond the reach of medicine. Barbour
rooms everything complete. See W.
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all
diseases arising from disordered kid-
neys or bladder.
Frank McGinley was in Apache,
the first of this week looking after
L. C. Oliver has a new stock of j
men's gloves, overalls and work
shirts, go and see him for these
Mrs. J. T. Crow came down Monday
evening from Blackwell to see about
the disposition of her property in
Andrew Kingkade went to St.
Louis Thursday morning with Dr. De,
Barr for the purpose of having the
latter's baby cremated.
If you want good lipht bread ask
your grocer for a sack of that new
brand of "L B Patent" flour made by
Norman Milting & Grain Go.
Pres. Boyd addressed the Oklaho-
ma Co Teachers Institute in Okla-
homa City Thursday and this morn-
ing he continued his trip to Guthrie.
Many persons in this community are
suffering from kidney complaint who
could avoid fatal results by using
Foley's Kidney Cure. Barbour & Son.
Willard Gorton who is draughts
man on the M. Iv. & T. came down
from Oklahoma City Monday to see
the blank space created by the re-
J. B. Dudley left Wednesday for
St. Louis, where he will remain for a
few days and then go to Tennessee
to visit friends and relatives for
Mikes the fires of life, hum with a
steady gluw. itenews th>- yo den
happv days of youth. That's wh.u
Rocky Mountain Tea does. Mj cent?.
Ask your druggist.
Mrs. Walter Wicklilf who went to
Wichita last week to have a cancer
treated will return Monday. The
cancer is rapidly disappearing and
she will soon be well
.). W. Hocker and wife, of Denisen,
Texas stopped otT in Norman on their
way home from Chandler last Tues-
day to visit friends here and to look
after business interests.
Pyles and Vincent will move their
barber shop to first door east of Opera
house biock just as soon as the build-
ing is renovated, A short order
house will occupy their old stand.
There is a pretty girl in an alpine hat,
A sweeter girl in a sailor brim,
But the handsomest girl you'll ever sec
Is the sensible girl who uses RouKy
Mountain Tea.—Ask your druggist
Mrs. John Franing who has been
visiting relatives in Guthrie and
Cashion for the past two weeks re-
turned Wednesday afternoon with
her niece Miss Libby Kennedy of
Senator Duffy, Jesse Wails, John
Allan, Judge Botsfo.id and D. L.
Larsh went to Guthrie Wednesday to
attend the meeting of the redisri-
cting committee of the Territory and
to be at the Gerrymandering.
"I hud diiibet.es in its worst form,"
writes; Marion Lee of Dunresth, Ind.
"I tried eight physicians without re
relief. Only three bottles of Foley's
Kidney Cure made me a well man."—
Barbour & Sons.
Misses Grace and Ina Ford of Kan-
sas City arrived here Tuesday after-
noon to visit Miss Julia Fox. Tonight
(Friday) they will give an entertain-
ment in the M. E. church under the
auspices of the Epworth League.
John Taylor, of Kentucky, was in
Norman last Tuesday yisiting with
the Berry Bros. They were old time
friends in Ashland, Kansas years ago.
Mr. Taylor was here looking over the
field with a view of locating in busi-
Dr. E M. Bailey went to Purcell
Tuesday for the purpose of estab-
lishing another office. He already
has patients in that city and he de-
cided to give Purcell two days of his
valuable time each week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barr and Mrs.
G'has. Castle of Marshall, Mo, arrived
For that tried feeling, skin and
Mayfleld's Tasteless Chill Tonic
For chills, fever and la grippe.
Mayfleld's Peppermit Balsam
and relaxed conditions of the
Fortorbid liver and constipation.
Mayfleld's Cherry Cough Cure
For recent and chronic coughs
Mayfleld's Condition Powers
For the diseases of stock.
These remedies have been sold for
the past six years, which is a guaran-
tee of their merit. TRY THEM.
W. T. MAYFIELD,
Established In 1889. 'Phone No. 9
fourteen months old and as is gener-
ally the case the idol of the parents.
Little Reed had been sick for some
time and grew worse when last week
Dr. Ryan of Oklahoma City was
called in consultation with the home
physicians. It was soon discovered
that medical aid would be of no avail
but only a matter of time when its
life would be taken. The cause of
the death was Infiamatory Diarrhea
and brain complications. Dr. De
Barr left Thursday morning with its
body for St. Louis where it will be
A certain elderly man in this city
undertook a job of "josh'' one morn-
ing this week and now he says he
will be good—very good. A young
lady with whom he was well ac-
quainted stepped into the mill office
Ethel Carter will teach school in
Canadian county this fall.
Miss Kate McBride is taking a
special course in vocal music
this summer in Chicago.
The Freshman class w'll not enjoy
the presence of Miss Jennie Spitler
the coming school year as she will
teach in a dis trict school in Cana-
I T. B. Matthews arrived Monday
j night from his home in Tennessee.
Mr. Matthews attended the Lake
Geneva convention in June and re-
turned by the way of Tennessee.
Pres. D. R. Boyd left this week for
the purpose of visiting the western
counties in the interests of the Uni-
versity. The President expects a
heavy enrollment from the three new
L. L. Hutchinson will arrive Aug-
ust 10th., to make arrangements for
his winters work at the University.
Mr. Hntchinson has been represent-
ing the Underwood k Underwood Co..
at Pauls Valley, I. T.
Chas. Poffenberger, of Tonkawa,
came in last Friday to visit friends
for a few days. Charles leaves in
September for Chicago where he
goes to take a position in a large
Miss Ella Howse returned the first
of the week to her home in Leger,
Okla. She has been attending the
Cleveland county Normal ana will
teach a district school in this county
beginning sometime in October
WILL IT PAY YOU
While shopping to stop at our
store and get some of our lawns,
organdies, dimities, etc.
We desire to close out these
goods and have made big re-
ductions. It is a fact that our
(>ic., goods are the biggest bar-
I gains ever offered.
Our 6c ginghams are special
Percals that wear well and
are fast colors, nice and wide,
j tine grade at 10c.
j We will sell you I paper pins
Paper needles lc.
Jap tooth-picks 5c., box.
2 spools of thread for 5c., not
J the common glazed thread but
Ladies vest as low as 8c.,
piece. Just think of it vests all
prices from 3 to 70c.
All childrens slippers at half
price. We desire to clean up
our line of slippers of all kinds
before making fall purchases.
Ladies slippers all reduced.
A lot of shoes at reduced
It will pay you to buy at
If you want MONEY come and see us
make it profitable to you and interesting to th:
low if he makes your loan.
The Andrew Kingkade Company, Norman Okla.
in Norman last Tdesday in response
of a telegram announcing the serious
illness of their sister Mrs. B. C,
Belt. On their arrival they found
their sister better and she has con-
tinned to improve.
J. H. Parmer a large real estate
owner of Oklahoma City was in out-
city Wednesday with a view of locat-
ing here. Mr. Parmer will perhaps
sell his property in Oklahoma City,
and make good investments in Nor-
man as lie is well pleased with our
Hon Jay Sherman, of Lexington,
was in Norman last Tuesday morning
on his way to Guthrie to meet the
redistricting committee in reference
to the changing of the lines of the
council and representative districts.
looking as fresh as a new blown rose j J. H. Hance who assisted Dr. De
and, to be rea cute, congratulated J Barr in chemistry this last \ ear and
J her on her beautiful appearanc^e say- ' who was so well liked by the Norman
ing '-that her complexion was so j people is spending his vacation visit-
artistically arranged that no one ■ ing friends in and around Chicago,
would hardly be able to detect that j Mr. Hance will attend the Chicago
it was the work of art and not of I University this fall.
nature.', The young woman replied Prof. B Kvan, is attL,ndin,r
yes; and it did not cost me half as school ln Harvard University this
much as it costs you to paint your , sumuier and he Wl it^ of hi, excellent
nose 'Dad Phelps can give you full '
details of the conversation and par-
ties connected with it. j-,,: .
University as instructor in prepara-
EVILS OF ANTIPYR1NE. I tory English when school opens in
The use of antipyrine for the relief ! September.
and cure of headaches has a depres- 1 Letters of inquiry are beiiiL' re-
sing influence oil the heart, and j „.j j,ii„ , .u , i-
causes a derangement of the kidneys. hTel : re.atne to the Avline
Krause's Headache Heailache Capsule? j "onie. It i- now believed that the
ontain no antipyrine, chloral, mor- | Arliiie will be full .it the beginning
of the term. Many of the young
ladies who attended the University
Look For Our Big Sign.
No one but the writer can imagine
how high he stepped when he found
that it was a line girl. Mother and
child doititr well. Dr. Montgomery
of Franklin was the attendant
There will be ,i Sunday school con-
vention at Ilico scnool house the 2nd
Sunday in August and I. M. Little of
Independence i« expected to be there
with his best girl... .There was sup-
posed to have beeii a panther killed
in the vicinity this week, but on ac-
count of so many dogs being killed
we will not report till we can secure
the details A fine rain fell be-
tween Colo and Norman last Monday
covering a strip just one mile 'vide.
times in that, old institution.
Evans will assume his work
phine or any injurious ingiedient.
, , , ... e r > . . 1 hey cure quickly and leave the head
A number of citizens of Lexington , (.le.ir and *ool -Friee 2,-(C. So)d by
and Norman and Moore went to i all druggists.
Guthrie with him. j 7"
Dr. S. T. Burch is just in receipt . , ..
, , ; L, ' An elocutionary entertaiduient will
of a letter froin Rev. Joe S. Riley, a , .
.. . , „ .' i ue given by Misses Grace and Ina
great Evangelist of Texas. He writes, , , .
f, . . ..." . .. , „ 1'ord, graduates ot the Kansas City
that lie will be in attendance at the U,. , c..
... . . , . t School of Dramatic Art, at the M. E.
Missionary convention here in Sept. .u,,,..u in, f,n .
■> f j church Friday evening August 1st.,
Coining as it does, in the busiest
: season when a man -tn least aiforti to
t lose llll.e, utJ. o ami quleli ci..'e IOi
Uiai'l lliji-.t la ues i rti.i Anyone- v. Do
I has ijiii n It h trial win tell ,\oU that
; he quickest, surest him most pli-as..ni,
[ i> tui d\ in us.- lor ttus liiseiisH h
I Ghambei lam's Gone, Gholeri
Diarrht ea Remedy. 1 her.- is i
| ot ti mi- whfli 11 o 11 t d, as >.t.r i
doses of it wi 1 eiirt' any oi itii. .
ihck. It never frills, nut . ivo i
most severe mid dangwuus ins -
sale in' Fied Heed.
MORNING, NOON NIGHT,
N. B. and L. B. Flour is best be-
cause it is properly milled
from the highest quality
wheat. Every sack is guaran-
teed. If you are not entirely
satisfied you get your money
back. No ifs and ands.
Your grocer is instructed to
refund purchase price morn-
ing, noon or night. Buy with
Norman Milling & Grain Co"
last year have already engaged
places here and with the thorough-
ness that this home is being advertis-
ed it will doubtless be tilled by
August 1 j.
Pres. D. R. Boyd returned Friday
night from his northern trip where
Rev. Riley holds the chair of Mathe-1 j h* ha,s been visiting state institutions
collect'I auspices of the Lpworth i looking into the various departments
nerh-ina '^e'l"ue" Admission 15 and 25 cents, i with a view of institutingaldltional
preach the I t r-yt'":'cly '"vited. j subjects in the University cirriculum.
j DYSENTERY CURED WITHOUT ! While in Chicago, lie secured the
matics in the Carr-Burdett
of Sherman, Texas and will
be through here and
2nd Sunday in August.
There will be a basket picnic held
Dugger's Grove 1 mile south and o
miles east of Norman on 'Tuesday
August 5, 1902. This is one of the
finest picnic groves in Cleveland
county with an abundance of shade
and fine water. A good program of
exercises is being arranged and sev-
eral good speakers will be on hand in-
cluding the county candidates. Come
everybody and enjoy a day of rest
and amusement. Committee.
Died—Wednesday morning at 4:30
Reed DeBarr the youngest child of
Dr. Edwin DeBarr. The child was
Plenty of private money to loan
on farm property Lowest rales.
52-tf E. K: HIMES.
F. W. BEEM,
THE AID OF A DOCTOR. j names of the men he aims to recom-;
"1 am just up from a hard spell of j mend to the regents a> additional
the flux" (dysentery) says T. A. Pin- members of the faculty. Pres B yd
ni'f, a well known merchant of Drum- s;i.Vs he has some very strong men to
mond, Tenn. "I us-rd one small bottle ' recommend, to the regents. If these
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and names are approved by the regents
Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured with i they will be published in the next j
out having a doctor. 1 consider it the j issue.
best cholera medicine in the world,"
There is no need of employing a doe
tor when this remedy is used, for no
doctor can prescribe a better medicine
for bowel complaint in any form either
for children or adults. It never fails
and is pleasant to take. For sale by
SHATTERS ALL RECORDS.
Twice in hospital. F. A. Gulledge,
Verbena, Ala , paid a Vast sum to
doctors lo cure a severe case of piles,
causing 24 tumors. When all failed,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve soon cured
him. Subdues inflammation, conquers
aches, kills pains. Rest salve in the
world 25c at Fred Reed's drug store.
Vour Patronage Solicited.
Oflice over the First National B ulk.
Friday arid Saturday of each week
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