The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, March 20, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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Has it for
The People's Voice.
ALLAN « It 1X3 IS, Publishers.
subscription 11.00 per YEAR.
PUBLISHED KVERY FRIDAY.
Entered at the postofllce, Norman, Oklaho-
ma Territory, for transmission through the
nails as second-class matter.
JOHN S. ALLAN.
Roosevelt to Male a Tour of the Country,
It is announced that President
Roosevelt will start on an extended
tour of the couutry on April ist and
also that a very similar tour has
been planned by Ex-President
Cleveland. What does all this
Wails Succeeds Beemblossom on Live
Stock Sanitarium Board-
Hon. J. C. Wails was in Guthrie
last Thursday morning and as he
was taking noon train for home he
was beseigsd by newspaper report-
ers for an interview. They stated
to him that he had been appointed
by the Governor to succeed Dr.
Beemblossom on the Live Stock
Sanitary Commission; but it was
news to Mr. Wails and he refused
to believe it. He did not see
Governor while in Guthrie to think
the reporters were trying to work
him for news item.
An editor one time after donning
a new suit of clothes was the recip-
ient of sly and queer looking glances
from his neighbors whom he met
upon the street, and after arriving
at home was chased several blocks
by his own dog. It's so seldom an
editor has a new suit that it causes
him to appear very odd indeed.
A Missouri paper tells of a man
named Jones a new comer, having
deposited $100 in preacher's salary
box one Sunday recently. The
preacher asked why he had been so
generous and he said he had just
engaged in business in the town and
he wanted to help along the cause.
Then the preacher announced that
he would surely patronize Mr. Jones
and asked all the congregation who
would do like wise to stand up. The
whole congregation arose and then
the preacher asked Mr. Jones what
his business was and he replied, "I
am a saloon keeper."
An exchange says that in a certain
town in one of the public schools,
some of the boys had a habit going
up stairs then puffing and panting as
though completely tired sut. This
annoyed one of the lady teachers,
• and she met a group of boys as they
came into the room recently and
gave them a calling down. "See
here, boys," she said, "you are
making altogether too much noise,
and hereafter when you come into
the class room, I want you to leave
your puffs and pants down stairs "
And she has not found out why the
The Caddo (I. T.) Herald regrets
that congress should think of con-
sidering a law confiscating all prop-
erty a man has over Jio,000,000.
The editor fears such a drastic
measure would interfere with the
country newspaper men.
Eeal Estate Transfers.
M. V. Wingate to S. 13 Kimber-
lin, lots 5, 6, block 10 Norman.
Geo. W. Miller to German church
lots 11-14 block 1, Classen Add.
W.J. Reed to D. S. Haynes, lots
1 -16 block 49, Noble $150.
D. S. Haynes to Jos. G. Jicha
lots 1, 2, block 49, Noble, $20.
D. S. Haynes -to James Jicha lots
3, 4, Noble. ?20.
H. L. Short to I. G, Short 39
3, 8, 3W, $ 1,600.
L. A Ferrel to H. M. Hardwick,
lots 29 and 30, block 18, Lexington.
John W. Absluer to Mary Jane
Pryor, lot 2 and svv 1-4, ne 1-4 6 10
John M. Jackson to W. C. Mor-
gan, s 1 2 sw 1-4 3-7 iw. $2,000.
T. H. Simpson to T. H. Wagner
lots 1 4 block 23 Wag. Add Norman
T. H. Wagner to C. A. Lacy lots
14 block 23, Norman. $275.
L. C. Kendall to Sallie E. Kendall
lots 21 24 block 8 Jones Add. $1.00.
Marv S. Goodin to J. C. Sprowls
pt lot 22 block 43 Lexington. $35.
R. F. Mosely to W. E. and E. I,.
Fox, pt lot 16 block 30, Lexington
F. B. Reed to M. V. Knoles xv}4
se}( 1-9 ie, $900.
J. P. Starnes to C. H. Johnston,
sw ^ 29 8 iw. $3,600.
J. G. Thompson to Florena Wil-
liams lots 21-23 block 26, Norman.
John E. Alexander to Bert E
Blackmon pt nw 1-4,31-9 2W. Con-
J. T. Wilson to T. E. Clement*
lot 1 and ne 1-4 nw 1-4 8 iw. $2,300.
Hall of City Council March 17,1903.
By request the following' councilmen
are appointed to serve on the com
mittees named for G. A. K. meeting-
here; speakers—J. S. Buchanan,
music—J. A. Davis, hall and quarters
—B. F. Hughes, rooms—J. M. Fore-
hand, decoration—E. L. Cralle, Ar-
J. M. Bitrch, Acting Mayor.
Curtd at Homm by a M u>, Quick, and R Uablm M th d
Report of the condition of
Noble State Bank,
At Noble, in the Territory of Oklaho-
ma at the close of business March U,
Loans mill discounts 117,505.94
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured U07.41
Hanking house 784.40
Furniture and fixtures 1,107.12
Due from bunks 10,327 05
Cash and sight exchange 2,292 65
Capital stock paid in f 10.000.00
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid 1,112 04
Duo to banks 2,984 88
Individual deposits subject to cheek.. 11,797 65
Demand certificates of deposit 5,000.00
Hills payable 2 030.00
Total $321-24 ;7
Territory of Oklahoma, County of Cleveland
1, II, F. Ellinger, President of the above nam-
ed bank do solemly swear that the above state-
ment is true and that said bank hus no other
liabilities and is not endorser on any note or
obligation other than that shown In the above
statement, to the best of my Knowledge and
belief, so help me God.
It. F. Ellinger, President.
Subscribed and sworn to before this 14th
day of March, 1903.
My commission expires August 29,1905.
[Seal] J. M. Murphy, Notary l'ublic.
C. F. W ANTLASD, Director,
Farlins, Col , Not. li, 1908. Dear doctor:—I
r*de use of rour Bar Masseur Engine and it
ork«d wonders In my case I was so deaf I
BUla not hear a man shout within stx feet of me.
co&lfl hear nothing but distracting head noises
t disturbed me all day and kept me awake at
ht. X was skeptic, but now I aa a firm be
Thousands suffer and
die from the effects of
Catarrh every year. Catarrh of the bead
and throat develops Ear, Bronchial, and Stom-
aoh Catarrh. Bar Catarrh causes Dmafnmoo
aad Bead Noise*. Bronchial Catarrh leads to
Asthma and Consumption. Stomach Catarrh
causes Dyspepsia, Indigestion, and Cancer of
the Stomach. With these YeeSsfftr Prom KefWt
ictteas, such as Wtsk Beck, Ll?ar ssi KWosy DImms.
AQTU aa A Cored te Stsy Caret. Mr. W.
I nn A carpenter. 1714 EuollA
Ave., Kansas City, Mo., says: "For 86 years I
suffered with Asthma and was unfit for work of
any kind. My head and lungs stopped up—with
wheezing, rattling, and coughing day and night,
and I could net lie down, hut had to sit up fa a
chair lo sleep. In damp and Mar Pater we at ha*
I suffered most. The Branaman Medical Instt*
tute cured me, and I heartily recommend them
to those afflicted with AStHMA and NAY FfcVBR "
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any conversation within ten feet and a stea:
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(Chartered By The Stato.)
Corner tlth and Walnut Streets. Kansas City, Missouri
In the Dtstrict court of Cleveland county,
Territory of • oklahoma.
W. 1.. Phelps—Plaintiff
To Gulnare 1'holps, You are hereby notified
that} oil have been .sued by said plaint ill, W
L. Phelps, in tlie district c ourt of Cleveland
county, Territory or Oklahoma. und that
you must answer the petition of said 1'iaintitf
filed in said court on the 11th day of February
1903, on or before the 2?th of March, 1903, or
.said petition will be taken as true and judg-
ment rendered aguinst you, granting pluintitl
an absolute divorce from you.
In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my
hand and aflixed t e seal of said court this llth
nay of February 1903.
[skal] e m. hkgler,
30 4t Clerk District Court.
By— u. F. Williams.
Williams & Williams, Arty's for Plaintiff.
Territory of Oklahoma, \
County of Cleveland. >
Notice is hereby given that on the 9th day of
February A. D , 1903, one J. D. Stewart ap-
peared before me and made affidavit of the
taking up ot the following described est ray:
One brown pony mare about tour years old,
and about fourteen hands high That the
residence of said taker no is on Hie northeast
quarter ot section *J.L Township «i, Range £1
west; I hat Ills postofllce address is Mico; That
the same was taken up on the 10th day of
January A. I)., I90:i.
Witness my hand and seal this 9th day of
February A. D., 1903.
F. <). Miller,
30-*t County Clerk.
A. C. Mitchel, station agent at
this point, has been changed to Paw-
>rk Lire Bloc
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Seminal Weakness and
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Strirtiir* "Really cured withent the
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no expoaure. No cauatics, cutting, bougies
or eounds. No detention from business.
Thousands cured A permanent cure guar-
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Varlrnrs lp .#nU,r*c<l Tc1n*ln
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Free Museum ol Aaatoay lor Men Only.
ROOir for both eie«.S« pages. S7 ,
tureatrue to life, with full des-
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Notice of Sheriff Sale
Territory ot Oklahoma, County of Oklahoma
In the District Court thereof, *
Herman Turk, Pluintitl
John Fightmaster, Defendant.
Notice is hereby fetven that I will oiler for sale
and sell to the lifgbesl and bidder for
cash in hand at the south front doorof the
court house in the city of Norman. Cleveland
county, Territory ot oklahoma, or Monday,
tlie 30th day of March, 1903, at the in or ot
two o'clock p. m., of said day tile following
described real estate lying and situated in
said county of Cleveland, Territory of Okla-
homa, to-wit, Lot 17 in block 4-' m the town of .
Lexington, said county and territory as shown j
and disputed by theotllcbiLplat thereof.
Said property is taken and will be sold as I
the property of the above named pluintitl.
Herman Turk under and by virtue of an t xe |
cutlve issued out of the District Court of the
County of Oklahoma, in the Territory of ok 1
lahoma'in the above entitled action, to me I
directed and delivered, and to satisfy said
L. I'. Hakkkk,
Sheriff of Cleveland Count v.
Colonist Tickets to California
Will be ou sale Sauta Fe ticket office daily to June 15. 1903, at rate
of §25.00. These tickets will be honored ou fast trains carrying
free chair cars and Pullman tourist sleepers. Liberal stopover
privileges iu Califoruia accorded. The same favorable rates will be
made to many intermediate poiuts iu Arizona.
If you contemplate locating iu California, this is your opport-
unity to go there comfortably and economically. Irrigated farms,
orauge aud lemon groves and other branches of agriculture have
yielded competencies to other persons. Why shouldn't you be as
I have illustrated descriptive literatu18
about Califoruia, as well as of the couutry in'
tervening. Other books describe the equip'
meut of eur California trains. If interested
come and get copies, or write me and I wi
mail them to you.
A, C, Mitchell, Agent, Norman,
A CAR LOAD OF NEW
WEBER GASOLINE ENGINES
ore easy to start and anyone fjlg "WGbBrJilllIOr"
can operate; use little &aso- „ ' lgl
lino and arc test for runnlug rlllTlDflr
lenders, shredders, f f
(World's Fair Special)
Leaves Oklahoma City 6:30 p. m
Arrives Kansas city.. 7:00 a. in
Arrives st. Loots lltfJOa. tn
Ai; Ivi - Memphis 6:00 i>. n
(St Louis Express)
Leaves Oklahoma city f):R0u. n .
Arrives St Louis 7:15 a. ti ,
( M ETEOR)
Leaves Kansas city 7:15 p. > <
Arrives Oklahoma City 7:30 <. >.
(ARKANSAS AN I) OKLAHOM * EXPRK-*
Leaves At Louts lO.ou >. ti
Arrive* Oklahoma cltii .6:4A|t.tn
Through ears ami 1'nlimati palace *le#*p«-«>
between Oklahoma city. Kansas City, >t Lout*
and Memphis. K« r niii*.* mid other informa
ttoncallon nearest Frisco System aa«*nt to
add rest 6 the undersigned.
!*. K DLNN,
1 >ivision Passenger Aaent
VV Ichita, Kansas.
One Minute Cough Cure
For Coughs, Colds and Croup.
Just Received by the
These implements need no
recommendation to farmers
who have used thrm, all that
is necessary is just to let
them know where such im-
plements can be purchased.
A. D. ACERS, Manager
of the Carey-Lombard Lumber
Co., would bB pleased to show
them to you, if you are thinking
of purchasing new farming im-
plements this spring.
fhresheri, etc." The' 'W«ber
.5 a;Juni°r" I'umper 2y, 11 1 . *
,fl eqi als : menjuimi dr. Shin
W5'ped erected. All §ize>- mnae,
f J rti.ly KM'.rarteed. < ataleune
J free, weber Git ?r.d Ossollne
ii Englna Co. Kansas City, K«.
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million
bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay,. 50c.
Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Crove's Black Rook Liver Pills.
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, March 20, 1903, newspaper, March 20, 1903; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117661/m1/2/: accessed December 14, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.