The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, August 22, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
Read our advertisements.
Notice oar advertisements.
For city scavenger call up phone 93
For best machine oils see Daniels &
Fischer. 30 tf
John Vincent is spending the week
in Newton, I. T.
All steel enameled tubs $12.00 at
Daniels & Fisher. 36-tf
J. A. Jones and wife were in Ok-
lahoma City last Monday.
B. J. Armstrong, wife and daugh-
ter, of Cleburne, Tex., came in Fri-
day afternoon to visit with Mr. Arm-
strong's brother, J. \V. Armstrong.
For Rent—A nice suite of office
rooms everything complete. See W.
Miss Alice Mann, of Oklahoma
City, who is an Edmond Normal
student, has been visiting Miss Nina
Swan. She returned home last Fri-
„ ' " i s&
visiting Minnie Rogers this week. say? "We have something just as
C. Tewmey, of Dallas, Texas, is ' R?°t"iwthe ,M.adJ.*on A'eldic!",e <'"'«•
visitinc hie sister Mrs VV H or 'V Mountain lea. Think it over,
visiting nis sister Mrs. V\ . H. Hart. 35 cents. Ask your druggist.
M. VV. Alexander has
child at his home in East
Mr. and Mrs. G. Westervelt have
for their guest Mrs. Mattie Cobb, of
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all
diseases arising from disordered kid-
neys or bladder.
Mr. and Mrs. Newly, of Oklaho-
ma City, is visiting L. Renner and
family this week.
Miss Cora Hughes left last Wed-
nesday for Pauls Valley where she
will visit till Sunday.
J. L. Voegeli, of Guthrie, was in
Norman two days this week looking
after his city property.
Wm. Synnott, assistant cashier of
First National Bank had business in
Lexington last Saturday.
C. M. Griesmer returned Wednes-
day from Kansas City where he has
been in the interests of their firm.
Many persons in this communily are
suffering from kidney complaint' who
could avoid fatal results by using
Foley's Kidney Cure. Barbour & Son.
Master Clarence Morgan left
Monday morning for Wichita, where
he will visit for a couple of weeks.
Misses Maude and Bessie Bell left
for Shawnee last Wednesday morn-
ing where they will visit for a week.
Foley's Kidney Cure is r medicine
free from poisons and will cure any
case of kidney disease that is not be-
yond the reach of medicine. Barbour
Mrs. John Merkle and daughters
went to Wichita last Thursday to
visit Mrs. Merkle's father, Mr.
Mrs. J. W. Hocker returned to
Chandler last Friday after a ten
days visit with relatives ami Nor-
Miss Nellie I.each, who has been
visiting E. P. Ringo and family, of
Noble, returned home last Wednes-
Makes the fires of life burn with a
steady glow. Renews the golden
happy days of youth. That's what
Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35 cents.
Ask your drugy ist.
Miss Jennie Chestnut left for East
Tennessee last Wednesday for the
purpose of visiting at her old home
for the next sixty days.
"I had diabetes 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.
R. S. Kimberlin returned to his
home at Sulphur Springs, Texas,
Monday, after a short visit to his
sister, Mrs. G. Westervelt.
Dr. Hugh Scott, of Waukomis,
visited Ed. C. Rixse and other Nor
man friends over Sunday and leav-
ing on Monday morning's train.
Terry's Uncle Tom's Cabin Co.
gave a splendid performance at the
Olympia last night. Eva and Topsy
especially good.—Cincinnati En-
Mrs. Kepler, of Shawnee, and C.
L. Furbee, of Tecumseh, came over
The electrician of Kansas Univer-
sity is in the city this week.
lhe radiators for steam heating
are now being installed in Science
Chester Reeds of Quincy has arriv-
ed and will remain here till school
p, . , J- p- Ka.v, of Minco, I. T., is visit-
The Katy engineers are in the
Mayfleld's Pills j eastern part of the county making
For torbid liver and constipation, j their linal survey.
, C. D. Bunker has just received a
Mayfleld's Cherry Cough Cure j new lot of Taxidermists tools and is
For recent and chronic coughs ; now prepared to mount his largest
and colds. specimens.
Miss Adaiine Loomis left Thurs-
day for Cashion where she will visit
lor that tried feeling, skin and
Mayfleld's Tasteless Chill Tonic
For chills, fever and la grippe.
Mayfleld's Peppcrmit Balsam
Mayfleld's Condition Powers
For the diseases of stock.
to the funeral of Richard Furbee last
1 hursday and returned Friday
If you want to have your life in-
sured we represent the best Life In-
surance companies. Call and see us
over M. McGinley's grocery store.
Bessent & Lawson.
A. V. Hulse, of Stella, was in Nor-
man last Wednesday. He reports
good corn and cotton in his neigh-
borhood and the farmers feeling in
J. A. Miller and wife, of Chandler,
who have been visiting their daugh-
ter, Mrs. Geo. M. Winans for some
time, returned to their home last
There is a pretty girl in an alpine hat,
A sweeter girl in a sailor brim,
But the handsomest girl you'll ever see
Is the sensible girl who uses Rocky
Mountain Tea.—Ask your druggist
John Van Zandt sent his little
girl to Oklahoma City last Friday to
the eye specialist; Dr. Buxton, for
|her University friend Miss Nannie
• I Longnecker.
These remedies have been sold for p t? Mishit „r t *
r the past six years, which is a guaran-! J " 7sbett of Lexington was in
• 1 tee of their merit. TRY THEM. | Wornian last Wednesday engaging a
room for the winter. He expects to
W. T. MAYFIELD,
Established in 1889. 'Phone No. 9
W. L. Choate left Wednesday after
noon for Kansas City
Wanted—A girl to do general house
work. Good salary. Call at this
Mrs. John Barbour has been very
sick for several days with appendi-
citis, but is now improving.
Roscoe Flaugher who has been
home on a visit for about ten days
returned last Tuesday afternoon.
Plenty of private money to loan
on farm property Lowest rates.
52-tf E. K. HIMES.
Mrs. C. L. Botsford is recovering
from a severe spell of sickness, which
confined her to her home for three
A goodly number of Norman citi-
zens took in the Frisco excursion to
Eureka Springs, last Friday and will
the purpose of having her eyes j spend ten days rambling through the
treated or operated upon. ! Ozarks.
be in the University the entire year
Thos. Tribbey, of Tecumseh, has
returned and will work at the
University till school opens. Then he
will take up his duties as a student
and dispensing clerk.
(■ardener Applewhite, of Tecumseh
spent a few days of this week in Nor-
man. 1 his fall he goes back to New
Orleans for the purpose of comple t-
ing his medical course.
Miss Georgia Hurd spent the first
of the week visiting her University
friend, Edith Shephard of Oklahoma
City. Miss Shephard expects to en-
roll September 9th and enjoy the full
The Regents let the contract for
the heating plant to the Springfield
Plumbing Co, of Springfield, Mo.,
and the contract for the plumbing
was let to Andy Binns of Oklahoma
Guy W. Wilcox of Oklahoma City,
was in Norman last Monday engag-
ing rooms for himself and two young
ladies of Oklahoma county who will
If you want MONEY come and see us W wil
make it profitable to you and interesting to th: ih-c f?
low if he makes your loan.
.. PROGRESS ..
Progress is the ever restless,
unsatisfied aggressive law of
human condition and experi-
ence, and the inarch of human-
ity in every direction, is ever
onward and upward, and will
be so to the end of time. So
lon<j as knowledge is increased
opportunity is multiplied, and
with it, additional motors to
ambitions incentive drive the
wheels of effort and energy in
all the fields of enterprise.
Progress continues unceasing-
ly ever seeking but never reach-
ing the greatest heights. What
a stupenduous thought this—No
limit to human attainment ! He
who make the greater progress
in business is, he who uses
the best judgement. It is not
luck. Nor is it luck when
people buy good goods cheap if
they come to Maphis Bros.
Dept. Store, it is simply good
judgements. We undersell all
the time but now in shoes, slip-
pers, dry goods, etc., we have
lots of goods below our regular
low price look for our big sign
its in front of our door.
ALL WERE SAVED,
"For years I suffered such untold
misery Iroui Bronchitis," writes J. H
Johnson, of Broughlon, Gu., "that of-
ten I was unable to work. Then, when
everything else failed, i whs wholly
cured by Dr. King s New Discovery
for Consumption. My Wjfe suffered
intensely from Asthma, till it cured
her, and all our experience (foes to
show it is the best Croup medicine in
the world. A trial "ill convince you
it's unrivaled for Throat and Lung
diseases. Guaranteed bottles 50c mid
$1 00. Trial bottles free at Fred
The Andrew Kingkade Company, Norman, Okla.
Misses Emma and Ada Drake re
turned last week from an extended
visit with friends in Ardmore, I. T.
I hey enjoyed a very pleasant visit
during their stay in the territory.
C. H. Stevens, of Purcell,
who does a considerable grain busi-
ness in the two territories, past
through Norman last Monday en-
route to Oklahoma City and other
points up the Santa Fe.
Mrs. Ann McGinley, of Chetopa,
Kars., who has been visiting her
son Prank McGinley for the past
week returned to her home last Mon-
day. Frank and his wife accom-
panied her as far as Oklahoma City.
Rev. J. Prichett, wife and son, who
have been visiting Mr. Shackelford
and family for some time, returneii
to their home in Lebanon, Mo., last
Wednesday morning. Rev. Prich-
ett is a brother of Mrs. Shackelford.
The first copy of the Cleveland
County Socialist paper putin its ap-
pearance last Tuesday. It makes a „CU5lcr OI
good appearance for an initial num- arrived in Norman
her. As it gets older it will probably j vjslt for a time wnh
improve and be a power for good
in Norman and Cleveland county.
S. K. McCall arrived home last Sun- j attend the University this fall. Mr.
day from a two week's trip to New J Wilcox was a Univestity student
York City and other Eastern points j last year
purchasing a big fall stock of goods | The University Board of Regents
for the S. K. McCall <Sc Co's. store. j met Wednesday Aug 20th in the
J. L. Hefley and family arrived in Presidents office at the University
Norman last Saturday from their antl some very important
claim, twenty miles southwest of | was disposed off.
Lawton and will spend a short time
visiting and putting up fruit to take
back with theui.
The City National Bank, of which
D. B. Wynne is President, and H. G.
Lindsay is Cashier, will start up in
business about Sept. 15th, with a cap- |
ital stock of $25,000. The bank will 1
be located just west of Dr. Mayfields !
Hon. J. O. Blakeney, of McLoud,
and Hon. R, E. Wood, of Shawnee,
visited in this county last week.
They are rival candidates for the
Democratic nomination for the Ter-
ritorial Council in the 5th Council
Hon. R. E. Wood
presided as Dr. Sutton could not be
present. Harry Gilstrap of Chandler
was also present.
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
Mrs. Webster, of Waverly, Mo.,
last Sunday to
Mrs. G. W. McReynolds. Mrs.
Webster is 75 years of age and made
the trip alone- She is a lineal de
scendarit of President Monroe.
Miss Libbie Kennedy, of Guthrie,
who has been visiting her Aunt, Mrs
John Franing for the past three
weeks returned home last Wednes-
day afternoon. Miss Kennedy was
| an exceedingly pleasant young lady
j and she made many acquaintances
and friends during her brief visit in
My boy when four years old was tak-
en with colic, and cramps in his stom-
ach. I sent for the doctor and he in-
jected morphine, but the child kept
getting worse. I then trave him half
a teaspoonful of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, und
in half an hour he was sleeping and
soon recovered —F. L. Wilkins, Shell
Program for the fifth Sunday meet-
ing of the Little River Baptist As-
sociation to meet with the church
at Noble, Okla. Friday August 29th
Friday 10 a. m. Devotional—W. T.
Friday 11 a. m. Sermon--J. M.
Friday 2 p. m. Ilible Holiness—J.
Friday p. 111 What is a Baptist
Church—J M. Corn.
Friday 8 p rn. Sermon—H. H. Cor-
Saturday 9 a. m. The need of
Baptist S S and how to have them
-C. D Spill 111.in.
Saturday 10 a m. How shall we
preach the Gospel in all the world—
—L P. Kennedy.
Saturday 11 a. m. Sermon—J. C.
Saturday 2 p. m. How we may
know that we are saved J. U. True-
Saturday .1 p. m. Testimony meet-
ing—G. W. Harrington.
A cordial invitation extended to
TO CUBE A COLD IN A DAY
Take Laxative Urumo Quinine Tub-
lets, All druggists refund the mom y
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 2f \
J. D. Watkins who has been work- ! S^nr'oTfteridSt M * 110691 ^ ^ '-the sLin^^lu'le^
ing in Norman the most of the sum- ' sceni,ant of President Monroe. por y.,ie bv jire(j
mer left Monday for Noble where! Hon. R. E. Wood of Shawnee, can-1 Frank Blackburn of Franklin was
he will visit his brother till school I didate for nomination the ,1-, • v i /„ , ' d
opens in Baylor University, of Wa- c^tWZllXl^' ' f™" ^ Tueslay' He re"
co, Texas. Mr. Watkins attended | ^n ^ ^rdf^tri t ^ Vrr v f" 1, *In at Franklin isi
Baylor last year and made a re- ! Thursday and FYidav 1. L- "' tnerhaule<1 and new u|a-
markable record as a student. nolitical hit -o " \t ^ f ry ,,ut in; 1)111 that the *teel
[political interests. Mr. Wood is a ; bridge to span Little river at
University regent and his work on I that point last June had not put in
| the board has been of such a nature I an appearance yet and he did not see
as to be commendable to the terri- j how the farmers were going to get
toryandhehas many warm friends across the river with their cotton to
among the students who will do all in ; the gin. Our present county com-
their power to see him elected. Hon. | missioners let a contract for the
R 10 Wood desires to keep himself j erection of several steel bridges in
posted on Cleveland county affairs j this county about one year ago; but
and has ordered the \ oice sent to! for some reason the bridges don't
' seem to arrive.
Notice to Creditors.
(First published August 22,190*2.)
In tlits VI nit hi- uf the Ks lute ot Alartta K
il AI.'. ■Mvintf claims against said
Martha h. Branson deceased, me lequi red to
exhibit the same, with the nece>sary vouchers
to the utulerHgneil administrator of said estate
at hlsotlice in Norman In the County of cleve-
land Oklahoma Territory, ami that 4 months
have been limited as the time for creditors to
present their claims against s tld e*tut«
Dated the 22ml day of August, UK)2.
a. m< DAmei., Administrator.
F. W. BEEM,
EVILS OP ANTIPYR1NE.
The use of antipyrine for the relief
and cure of headaches has a depres-
sing influence on the heart, and
pauses a derangement of the kidneys.
Krause's Headache Headache Capsules
contain no antipyrine, chloral, mor-
phine or any injurious ingiedient.
They cure quickly and leave the head
clear and cool. Price 25c. Sold by
Your Patronage Solicited.
Ollice over the First National Bank.
Friday and Saturday of each week
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