The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, April 10, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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Has it for
A.LLAN & KIXSE, Publishers.
SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 FERYEAK.
PUBLISH ID EVERY FRIDAY.
entered at the postofflce, Norman, Oklaho-
Territory, for transmission through the
Biailsas goeand-tlass matter.
JOHN S. ALLAN Editor
SANTA FE EXCURSIONS,
ist tickets to California on sale
April 1st to June 15th inclusive
at rate of $25.00. It will pay
vou to wait for our rates, ber-
The Santa Fe runs tourist cars
daily from Chicago and Kansas
City to Los Angeles and San
Francisco. Colonist tickets to
California points will be honored
by such cars April 1st to June
April is one of the best months
in the year to visit California.
Wait for colonist rates to Cali-
fornia points via the Santa re
April 1st to June 15th 1903.
Jackson Double Grossed.
W. J. Jackson Iste democratic
candidate for city attorney, and by
the way one of the cleanest and abl
est democratic lawyers in the coun
ty understands now what it means
to be double crossed by democratic
voters. Not a word could he truth-
fully said against him as a man, as a
citizen or as a democrat yet he did
not poll the democratic vote of the
city in a race thrust upon him to
make by democrats. Why was he
slaughtered? This may, perhaps,
never be known: but it can be sur-
mised. It might be possible don't
you think that there is a democratic
machine in this city that either
must be responsible for the nomina-
tion of democratic candidates or it
plays in the other fellow's bark
yard on election day. Jackson's
refusal to stand for anything less |
than the vigilant enforcement of the
law as he finds it may also have
something to do in aleniating demo-
cratic votes from him. I his thing
alone frequently loses a candidate
/ votes in his own party even when
they may expect no favors from the
opposite candidate. As long as the
democratic party in this county is
controlled by democrats who would
knife such men as Jackson simply
because they feared that they might
lose some of their own seeming im-
portance there is no need of the
Peoples Party going out of business.
This paper did not support Jackson
and did not even make a pretention
of doing so but it does know his
real worth and also knows that the
city has frequently asked for his
legal advice and he has at all times
given it freely and without cost.
Also that Jackson's legal opinion on
any point of law is considered sur-
passed by no other attorney in the
county. Jackson does not any-
where fit the calibre of the demo-
cratic party in Cleveland county
SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP
Cured by One Botlle of Chamberlain's
-'When I hal n attack of the grip
last winter (the second one) I actualy
cured my self with one bottle of
Chamberlain's Oough Remedy," says
Frank W.Perry,Editor of the Enter
prise, Shortsville, N.Y. "This is the,
honest truth. I at times kepi from
coughing myself to pieces by taking
a teaspoonful of this remedy, and
when the coughing spell would come
on at night 1 would take a dose and it
seemed that in the briefest interval the
cough would pass off and I would go to
sleep perfectly free from cough and
its accompany pains. To say that the
remedy acted as a most agreeable
surprise is pultiug it very mildly. I
had no idea that it would or could;
knock .jut the grip, imply because I
had never tried1 it for such a purpose,
but it did, and it seemed with tne
second attack of coughing the remedy
caused it to not only be of less dura-
tion, but the pains were far less severe
and I nad not used the contents of one
bottle before Mr. Grip, had bid me
| adieu." for sale by Fred Reed.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right.
Hall of City Council March 17, 1!H)3.
By request the following councilmen
are appointed to serve on the com
mittees named for G. A. R- 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
J. M. Burch, Acting Mayor. !
Notice of Final Settlement and
In ilie Probate Court of Cleveland County,
Rrtmiiilatrator of the estate o! Marl lift •J'iron-
with llie will t«nnexe<l, lias* tiled
his ilnal account and petition for tlnai settle-
roent distribution >>"" discharge, the said
estate being rewly for sell lement ann d slr -
imtinn Hint that tue *an ® will be nearn hi i h ,
ollict* of the Piobnte -luiltft' of the s*ald' <K|ullJ-v' i
in the cllv of Norman, at the hour of 10 o dock |
a n. on Saturday. April UMh. HWt. * hen and
where any pereon may appear aiM tiled
objections to the sam-. And at i lie same time
and place the court w ill make an older ills
chain inn the said administrator unless good
| reasons appear why the same should not be
' w itness mv hand and the seal of sahl court
IsKaLI N^eNhaKI'. Probate Judge.
The c'eveland County National Bank of Nor-
man touted ,il Norman in the territory of
Oklahoma, Is closing up Itsatfaiis.
All noteholders and other creditors of said
association are therefore hereby not.lle< to
present the notes and other claims agai.ist the
A*Mocitttion for payment.
Asaocmtwu ( ^ jqsaS, CflSliler.
Dnfeci March fctli, 1903.
The Citv National Bank of Norman Oklaho.
Ilia terrltftrv Has puiclia-ed part ot the assets
of the Cleveland County Nan0""1 shvk
limn and has increased its Capita i<v k t>
t.Vi 000.<*i. We Kile careful attention to all
busines- lnttusted to us
I) 11. Wynne. President.
•I. ti. I.iMiSAV, % u-e-Fi-es t «
.huts itaudib, flashier.
$ fflol.es. Broncbial £«*£* to
Ave.. Kansas City, Mo., Bays: for * year!I
cbalr to sleep. lD^™paDdmilJ Medical Insti-
Iauflered most The Branam endtheia
tute cured me, ftnci 1 neariwy psvBU
to those afflicted with AStIMA and MAY PKVW.
Symptom blankswhether you take treat-
ment or not. Write today.
'|fiffdl.wSSX me Sn day and kept me awakeat ™ae9,lgtt„u friend, JAMES BRADSHAW.
kftntT I was skeptic, hut now I a a firm be
virllns Col Not. 11, 1002. Dear doctor:—I
.Heuse of your Ear Masseur Engine and it
Irorksd wonders In my case I was so aeai i
lO Instruments, etc., for ucce n i Kansas City, Mo., IS years,
The Branaman Mefllelal Institute has h^n located rrh or Asthma, we can
lured thousands If yoa are suflering from Deafness ces9 u ..
PK A booklet telling ofour,Ji rTelous Y^^^ch worry and loss of happl-
BatarrlTin youth causes Peafnessln old age. Deafneiss above diseases at your
?£s Asthma causes suflering and poor ^^^"onblank and booklet. Addten.
kerne, >o take ao chance but write today for FKi-fcq I & I A T I T11 T T
The BRANAMAN MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
IIIU Miinmi"«,Warrtr^Byn,JW„j cuiiccnnri
Jtltman Building, K.8nSaS C llY « SVHSSOUll
Corner llth and Walnut Streets,
Colonist Tickets to Caiiforn
Comancbie Cbief is a dark
iron gray Percheron aad Ham-
bletoniuu stallion 4 years old, (
weighs about 1300 lbs., and is
16 hands high. He will make
the season of 1903 at my stable
one-half mile south of Etowah,
Pedigree: Sire Henry Har-
ris, he by Buckingham, he by
Wallhill Chief, he by Ryedyk
'Hambliton.' First dam b)
Wagner, second dam by Im-
ported Arabian and comanche
chief, First dam Florence by Im-
ported Salesman, second dam by
Comanche chief 'Percheron' third
dam by Imported Senator Se-
ward, fourth dam by a sou of
old Louis Napoleon.
See large posters.
Territory of Oklahoma, Cleveland County,
In the District Conrt.
M. B. Cbitwood and Margaret Chltwood—
To >1 II Chitwooii and Margaret Chltwood,
''Yuuan.'t'each'orvni, ar, hereby notified
th-.it vou Have been sued In the l>'"tr!^ Coiirt
ol Cleveland County, Oklahoma 11. J t<">•
Anna G. w line, and that you o ust miswer the
| petition tiled by the said plaint ti ®| s
in -mil court on or befoiethe 24th da\ <>t April,
HKW or Hie petition ofthesald iilaintiff will be
: lukeiilis true and judgment render^, again^
i von and each of you quieting the tit!le in rtain
fttt to the following ilescubed ital e--ute i> ii0
Hiid situated in the county of Cleveland, eri t-
I torv of Oklahoma, to-wit: l.ots A. and It 1
lock snoftlie town ot Nonium. and Lot 13,
' Rand 16. in blnek H5 in T. K. Waggoner-.
fllVt addition to the town of Norn,an. a, M..-« |
I bv the .'th.jiHl pints thereof, an.MhHt your
claim" to^ald loi^orunv interest,therein will (
l>e adlndj^ed null and void .
Wtine-smv hand and ^al of said court, this
Uth day of March, 1903. r ^ c,erk
By—B. K. williams,Deputy.
Newell & Jackson, Attorneys for flatntdf.^
In the Dt trict court of Cleveland county, i
Territory ol •khihoma.
W.L. Fhelp®— flainlitf
&,^^ito«eYon,a^ hereby tio'tided '
that von have been sued by said plaintiff \\ j
ll Phelps, in the district couit of Cleveland |
coutitv Territory ot Oklahoma. and that i
von must answer the petition ot said t jMint.tr
tiled in said court on the llth .lay ot te irimry I
!'«« on or before the "^7tli of March, 19jB. r
HMid netltlon will be taken as true and Ju. g-
men'rendered against yon, granting plaintitt |
un nl M iule dtvorce from you.
In witness whereof 1 h ive hereunto set my |
hand and nth.ved ti e seal ol sani court this llth
day of February 11-03. g M HF0LER
A"':,' Clerk District Conrt.
30 41 |ty u. K. WlLl tAMS.
Williams S Williams, Atty's for Plaintiff.
Territory ot oklahoma, I
CT.m'e1^em,gVven tnat ontheflthd-iyof
taking up ol the t'.llowing,ie«'rlbed estray;^
a,uruboiir,f<mitw"rrii "'' high llmt the
residence of said taker up is on the northeast
nxunm ot section J.l Township !•■ liange ,1
west: I hat hU postofflce u.IMry-- ls ltio<.; d'111it
the same was taken up on the 10th dn> or
•'^iLsniy'h^iand seal this 9th day of
February A. D., 1903. K.Mii.ler,
30-,t County C'erk.
Will be on sale Santa Fe ticket office daily to June 1 a., J WM, at iftte
f v'-! 00 These tickets will be honored 011 fast tiains cr > „
made to many intermediate points in Aiuona.
If vou contemplate locating in California this is your opport-
unity to go there comfortably and economically, irrigated fniuis,
11 tvo- nini other hrauches of Rgricultuio lnt\0
orau^e and lemou groves and ouiei nuim.
yielded competencies to other persons. Why ehouldi )
I have illustrated descriptive literatu
about California, as well as of the country in-
tervening. Other books describe the equip
ment of eur California trains. If interested,
come and get copies, or write me and 1 willj
mail Ihem to yoa
man inriii j
A, .C, Mitchell, Agent, Norman,
o '^1 v® 00\:000&&000
A CAR LOAD OF NEW
Just Received by the
Notice of Sheriff Sal
■ m ■ ■ ■ u /oppoaiTE Ni
01 & 103 Wi t 9th St., Kmiai City, Mo. (york l.« bu>
_ . nii..i 1. A l.nntfest Located. A Befulif
ft B LDQ. /
taNrdlctne. UT f JV «■ r ra«««i«L ^«rreui m4 Speeial CiMai.i.
Authorised bTthe^*'e. Vefun^<l Al*^roedicVne. furnished «.dy for u«
Cures guarant.ad or Kd No detention from bu«ine i. P.-
-00 mercury ar InJar^mjMclnai^ Medicine, .ent ererywhere
10 pie aic
Seminal Weakness and
Sexual Debility • youthful folly
" exc*.M -ta «i « lo"" dre.in. or
T«r^"on to, * r.f.« •'«. «!
•hes •( blood
Iom ol ra.nh.jod, « t, aarci lor llfa. 1can
mcp ulgt t losses mtara m*ui
Krr'tnd brain powtr. .«<>
" waak t«t.and m.ke *8t for twrr Ege.
th.t tarrlM* 4U*ase. In all
Syphilis, forn>*aj7'<Um cured for
llfl Hood Poiwnta*. ajlm
or mooey refunded.
a coqdaeduti. w- -
radically cured without the
Stricture U e of 1n.trumenU. A aew
■ nd iaf.lllbU Boma Treatment. No pain and
no eit>o«ure. No c.u.tlca, cuttlnf, bougiei
Sr K no d.tentioa from biulne.^
n.M>nda f«red A p.ftnament cuie guar-
anteed or money jefuaded. Send itt.mp lot
book, which fully expUln.thl* ,h
.. • . enlarged veins In tn«
voua debility. f«kne*50^'hh'
etc., perman.atly cured without pala.
. I dropsy of the scrotum.
Hydrocele- -curid without pain.
pi ' ii ■ < ■ *e book—cured la a lew
r n 1 ni 0 3 1 S"*day without pain.
n/\AI# for both «e*e®.96 2T pjc-
BOOK tare, true to life, with full ae -
crlptlon of .bore di.e. ea, the aflecU and
cure «nt Mtl.d in pUla wrappe-
Territory of t iklaliotiui. County of Oklahoma
In thi' IMstrlct Court thereof.
Heruiitn furk, eialntltl
lohn Flithtmanter. Pefemlrtni.
Sotic-1- h. n-i.v ^ i veil Hint livill otl.-r foi -nle
nn<t fell t« the hi«l e-t un-l best btfWei f
ci j*li in luiM<l it the s*oulli front tloov <>f !'«•;
™urt I,ohm- in the city of Cl«ve . ..
iMUintv lVniton of OklHhonii, or. Moininj.
"he 301 h il«y of March, 1W u' the ,o,,r
two O'clock 11.111 . ol sai.1 .Uiy V .. V I in
,le«Tllie.l re«l e-; ite lyi « « '' ','J
wiKleoiiiitv ot Olevehitul I erritor> of Okla-
homa t"-wit. 1 "t 1" I" block 4'J I" 'he town ol
|.exiii'aton, ^Ihi <nillnty Hti'l territ ory nhowu
ami <IUlKt>*te.l In- HieothelHl pin thereol
SHl.l property la taken n„.l w.II1 h" «■- • «
the iirnpeit v of the ahove nnnie,! plaint n
llermiui Turk 'iii.t«r au.l nv viriue of ii «
<>iitlve liwite<t out of the DWtrnt C ant of ti.i
Count v of Oklahoma, 111 ih« ''errltory of ok
Inlnmm' In the ali'.ve eutiili 'i neti< n.
rtlie<-te<l ami delivered, an l to atl8t> saht
flxeciithyi. j it \itkKit,
Sheriff ot clevelainl County.
These implements need no
* recommendation to farmers
who have used them, 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 be pleased to show
them to you, if you are thinking
of purchasing new farming im-
plements this spring.
frtt Moieom o! Ur Men Only.
WEBER GASOLINE ENGINES
14 n. r.
are easy to «tart and nnyone Th8 '.'WfibeT jQBlOr
ran 0|>i'iate; u^e little ttaio^ g..mr,ni>•"
-.line and nrr test - r nn D| rlimppr
if ,,r i -. shred':- r-. cut ti'". r...iio I
fine,-. "" %
fu'lv ut uran, vU. < n ' * r "
E . , .. - r H r t fft1 iPfl m a
ti um " ' " _ ,
Wfbw 0 s ftMllm
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
has stood the test 25 years. Averagz Annual Sales over One md ai Half MiHion
bottles ♦tiis rf^orA of merit appeal to you ? No Cure, No Fay.
od the test 25 years. Average Annual Mies overune^™
. Does this record of merit appeal to you ? No Core, No Pay.
Enclosed with every botUe U a Ten Crnf, :..-r.= j • of orove s Block Root. Lwcr niu.
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