The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, December 19, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
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Read our advertisements.
Notice our advertisements.
We make coupon books.
New-books at the Public Library.
For city scavenger call up phone 93
Scale books at Kingkades Book
Bohn: To Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Early last Wednesday morning; a son.
Some people live to die, but we
dye,to live. Kimberlin & Putnam.
Now is the time to leave your
orders for Xmas work at Smythe's
If you want your farm or city
property sold it will pay you to see
W. T. Ham & Co who sell farms
when others fail.
Foley's Honey and Tur positively
cures all throat and luii"- disease*. Ke
fuse substitute-. Sold by Barbour &
Suits cleaned, pressed and dyed at
the Pantatorium Club. Work guar-
anteed or money refunded. l!)-tf
Remember Barbour & Sons for
drugs, book, stationery, cigars, wall
paper, paints and oils.
Suits made strictly to your meas-
ure at the Pantatorium Club Kim-
berlin & Putnam. 19-tf
Martin Botsford arrived home this
week from Kansas and will spend the
holidays with his parents. He is at-
tending a Military school in Kansas
and now sports a cadets uniform.
Great tonic, braces body and brain,
drives awav all impurities from your
system. Mi Wis you well. Keeps you
well. Rocky Mountain Tea.
M rs. Dr. Davis who has been 4 weeks
at Waco nursing her son who was
down from an attack of slow fever
arrived home last Friday, her son
having improved and on the way to
Cotton picking don't mention it
Miss Ethel Miser visited her wister
Emma last Tuesday.
Mr. Birde of Denton, Texas is visit-
ing bis sister Mrs. Smithers.
P. H Bennet has built a nice room
to liis residence the last few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Doneliew visited
their Aunt, Mrs. Massay of the Bor-
ton neighborhood last Sunday.
Moving seems to be the pop ilar
! thing. There will be several changes
between now and the lirst of the year.
Mark Stines will commence the
erection of a neat two room frame
house iit Iront of his present one.
Mark is an up-to-date young farmer.
The quail for some cause are very
scarce this year, and if care is not
taken that favorite bird will be a
goner. Don't shoot our pet birds for
Oheller Calbers who has been farm-
Rjv. H. E. Warlick will begin
protracted meeting at the "Church of
Christ" next Sui.day. Everybody
cordially invited to attend all or as
many of the services as possible.
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
t sediment or set-
' rj ' tling indicates an
c To) unhealthy condi-
Jr tion of the kid-
neys; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid-
ney trouble: too
frequent desire to
pass it or pain in
the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There Is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
It, or bad effects following, use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra-
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won-
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
and a book that tells
HAS IT FOR
I Weyourcommittee appointed to re-
! port on the death of Brother Mont-
! gotnery submit the following:
Dr. D. N. Montgomery was born
Johnson countv Indiana Feb
I Died Oct l(i 1110:2. He was identified
I with the M E. church and lived a
'consistent christian up to the time of
'his death, lie had lieen in the prac:
tice of medicine in Oklahoma for 13
years and was kind and generous to
all who needed his assistance
; was an honored member of
highly esteemed by all his
Report of tbe Oondlt ion of
The Noble State Bank
at Noble Oklit . in the Territory of Oklahoma,
Ht the close of bu lm 8s December 13,1902.
Loans and Discounts
>U isj-.n I Overdrafts, seeui'Md and unNecmvd
xoov Harking lum-r
F urniture nnd Klxtuies
Due from hanks.
Cash and sight exchange
i.i v1511.it iks
Capital stock paid in $10,001.00
. 91093 37
. Id,236 92
o n n
Undivided profits, In-- expenses and
taxes paid 554.21
Individual deposits suhjeet to cheek 17,4W.23
He : Demand certificates oi deposit. 5,(100 00
t|)e i Total $33 (Wtt.44
, .. ... . ,, , . .. . Territory of Oklahoma,)
rtle Lodge No 4!) A 1- and A M and , county ofcieveiami,
l, It. I\ l-Mhnger, l'r<!sld< nl, of the abo\e
j named bank «1o solemnly swear flmt the above
brethern statement \ true ami that said Imnk has no
u i i ti i other liabilities and is not endorser on any
\\.IltTeas it lias pleased Almighty note or obligation other than that .-hown in
| the above statement, to the best of my know-
I ledgeand lu llet, -<• help me Ood.
■I nd fi'nm f lia ♦"*> m 5 1 i n ilamfarl Im. JCLIjINOKH I'TOSldQItt,
subscribed ami sworn to before no this 17th
day <>t December, 1902.
[SEAL] C. II. .JKFFKK8S,
iiigliis Grandfathers place the past [ more about it, both sent
year, has bought him a line claim in
Ohyenne, and iji making preparations
to move to bis new home. Success to
Charlie Everett and family expects
to move to Oklahoma City in about
two weeks, we extend in advance our
best wishes for them in their new
home. Charley has made a good citi-
zen, and lias lived in this county since
the early days of Oklahoma.
Mr. Music has sold his tine Kim
Creek farm, and purchased a fine sec-
tion in Western Okla., and expects
to move to his new home soon. Mr.
Music is one of our pioneers, and has
made a staunch citizen, he will be
greatly tnissed in this county. We
join in with his many friends who
wish him a happy future in his new
absolutely free by mail.
Address Dr. Kilmer 81 Homo of Swamp-Boot.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men-
tion reading this generous offer in this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but re-
member the name. Swamp-Root. Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the .ad-
dress, Binghamton, N. Y., 011 eyery
Cod to remove from our fraternity
and from the family a devoted lius-
! band and father
' Therefore be it resolved
| That we deplore the loss we have
| all sustained and extend to the
' bereaved family our sincere sympathy
11 this hour of their -ad bereave-
That a copy of these resolutions be
placed on the minutes of the lodge, a
copy sent to the county papers for
publication and a copy sent to the
August 23, 1905.
\ ti est:
My commission explr
Last Monday President Roosevelt
sent the name of Elmer K. Brown of
Oklahoma Cit j* to the Senate as Okla-
homa City's new Post-Master. The
President decided to make this ap-
pointment last week: but charges
wer£ filed and the appointment was
hebl up until time was given to in-
vestigate charges liled. There was
nothing in the charges and the men
who filed them will now have an op-
portunity to regret that they filed
Committee - G. H
/ J. R.
Gone to Eest.
Bell Long was born at Sulphur
Springs, Hopkins county, Texas,
August 10th 1861. Married to Geo.
W. Bo wen at Sulphur Springs, Texas,
August 10th 1S77. Died at her home
in East Norman, Dec., 7th 11)02 at 5
p. m. Mrs. Bowen had been in poor
health for several months and her
death was not unexpected. She was
] a conscientious christian woman
1 having been a member of the M. E.
.1 G Oluck. Superi.ipendent, Pninty- j churchfor over 15 years. Mrs. Bowen
" w ' was loved by all who knew her and
when the sad news of her death spread
over the city it cast a gloom over the
entire community. She leaves a hus-
band and five children to mourn their
loss. The family have the heartfelt
s\ uipathy of the entire community.
R .PORT i ROM THE
town VY V11, writes "After
other advertised cough medioii es w,
have decided to use Foley's Hone;
and Tar exclusively in the West Vir
(inn Reform school*. I find il tin
n 111 -1 effective ami sbsol itely harmless
Sold bv fi 1 chilli.V Son -.
Life Size Portrait for Only 98 Cents,
By a special arrangement witli II
E. Smythe the Photographer, Bar-
bour iV- Sons are enabled to furnish
If you want MONEY come and
make it profitable to you and interesting
low if he makes your loan.
Sl'OPS TIIECOUf.H AND WORKS
OFF I'll 10 COLD
Lax a ti xe Bromo Quinine Tablet*
1 cure 11 cold in one day. No elite No
1 pay. Hi'ice 25 .
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The Andrew Kingkade Company, Norman, Okla.
Have you evei
LUNCHED ON ONE OF OUR
If so, you know how rood they are if
not. there is ma li pleasure
Thei greatest ra
the se ection of < ur
and long experience enables us to
pick out that which is young,
and rich in nutritious juices.
Downing & Edwards.
A COLl) WAVE.
I'lie fo*v. st, <if sudden chancres in
| 1w.-attier serves notice that a bourse
j v,> 11 ■ e il-.d a heavy eo-igh m«y invade
I . |,e ,eanctii,v of health i" \nur own
h one I'.iiii.ious people have a hon e
i)f One. M1 nut Cougii t'ure always a'
;.mil, E H Wise, Madison, (Ja, writ-,
I I am indebted to One Minute Cough
1 i 11 re for iny psent :;ood health, and
'iifobahlyray It cures 0 ough',
,■0! 1- L-iiiriop, bi-oiiehitif, pneuuionia,
tender ;l,ul throat and 1 u 11 tr troubles. One
I Minute Coiitfh Cure outs the phlegm,
[draws out the infbimation heals and
iiothes the mucous msrabranes and
.Meni.'tliens the luntjs. Fred Reed.
FOILS A Ui A DLY ATTAt K.
"MV wife was se ill that good p
< ians wei-eunii'i e ui help her, wi i.e
M. M. Austin, (if Will ile-tel', I '
"mil W H ■'* el 1111 j li-'i ly -1 led b\ Dl-
Kins's Ne-.-. l.il'e I' !;- " i'hi y -"i i
wo;: "f- iii hiui... nnd . 1 ver t '*011 c e
t Fred iici is i) 'Uii store.
H. (^. Li tub. y will p." C'
market (irice for corn del
any of their customers win pat-
.li/.e them to the extent of $.) 0(l in
cash, a life-size portrait 16x20 011 the
payment of an additional lis cents at
time of sitting for photo for por-
trait. The portrait-are guaranteed
to be first cl:-.-s and regular charge
for same ->l.0u. Call fo" card from
Barbour .v Sons upon which to regis-
ter your purchases and when you
have traded -*.".(io out tliey will en-
dot se the sa ine which togttber with
an additional !)8 • cuts will secure for
you portrait above described from
H. E Stnvthe the Norman Photogra-
MOENINQ, NOON NISHT,
N. B. and L. B. Flour is best lie-
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 anils.
Your grocer is instructed to
refund purchase price morn-
ing, noon or niglit. Buy with
Norman Milling & Grain Co
Hfl iKa®? it.
Quick sele and
s sua SI profit.
W. N. ELLEDGE
■ Quick sale end
j I srnal! profile
wTwuTmake the biggest sale in November that we have made yet, and to do so we will sell our
FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS AT FROM 10 TO 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
Wp sell the Worlds Best Shoe, a genuine guarantee with every pair. The large quantities of new Underwear on |
t ur shelves must be sold. Our flue line of Dress Goods, will be sold at low figures. An up-to-date line ,
of Hats is always kept in stock by us. Prices and stock to suit the most economic anil fastidious buyer. ;!
OUR MOTTO: "Quick Sale and Small Profit." Goods absolutely won't remain on our shelves THEY MUST GO. |
An up to-date line of Staple Groceries and handsome Queensware in connection.
Quick sale and
j small profit.
W. IN. ELLEDGE.
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Quick sale and
Last Tuesday the Kditor
H. T. Melntyn . S'. I on, i . paper had the pleasure of looking at
who hits been troll . ■ .! with a di-, d- a lot of piaiiioo s in II. S Winans
. i ■ raiding in price from upward,
ered stomach s its liatiinarmin s The Kditor, however, did not get one
emmunh IIrid Liver Tablets do me of them how could he, without the |
Stomach una i.iv ^ price, and the other fellow keeping ,
i ore uonil than anything I Imve etei his eye on them all the time he was j
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To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine J,
Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. TlllS Slgllilturei
in Two Days.
taK it." For stile by Fred R*ed.
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