The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, April 10, 1903 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 plione 93
The Peoples Voice correspon-
dents seem to have all been visited
by the Muses this week and are bud-
ding out as poets as you will see on
reading articles from the different
Mr . Pitinick and several other
good ladies of Norman made Mrs.
Katie Alexander very happy Wed-
nesday by presenting her with a
nice washing machine. Their
kindness is very much appreciated J
and tliey will long be remembered j
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
Has it for
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
L L Briggs to M C Runyan lots 22
blood purifiers, they fil- | 32 block l.'l Norman $100
the ! P- .T. Scott to Laura Grigsby nw i
impurities in the blood. .. ^ 3
If they aresick or out 1f lw Norman. 192H.40,
of order, they fail to do ' Joseph Daniels to Owen Donnely
their work. j |0ts 1<<J block 20 Norman. $000.
Pains, achesandrheu- I *. r> > • . , . i
mahsm come from ex- I Nornian Dvlpmtto to Owen | tions whicli
cess of uric acid in the ' f01111'ey 'ots t - block 10 Highland
blood, due to negf.ected | Add Norman lots 1-4 15-16 block 9 1 1
kidney trouble 10 block 25. $335.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
by Mrs. Alexander. , of -Mr >n(, Mfg Ty,er
W. P. Shelton on H ednesday | grew (0 womanhood i
morning noticed George ( lark com- g|le js a young woman of many
ing down the street leading a team accomplishments and her host of
looking as though he might be go , friends in this city will wish her and
ing to work on the streets. Billy , |)er |lus|)an(| long life and happi-
fairly flew out to Clark and seized ' ness After breakfast the young
the halters and asked (dark if he COuple took the 7:30 train for New
did not know about the election Oklahoma where the groom
held just the day before and that 1 resides.
he (Clark) had bean relieved of the
Representative Nisbett of Pott
county was in Noritlan last Tuesday.
Prof- Frank Phillips and family
of Duidap Kansas are visi'ing with
their father in this city Rev. Max
Col J. F. Swords ex nu mlx r of
the Dawes commission now a resi-
dent of Sulphur 1. T. spent last
Tuesday 111 Norman visiting with
Mr and Mrs SJaylor.
Mairied at the home of the heart beats, and makes one feel as though ] Norman Development Co to Tracy city. If any one who reads thin
bride's parents in this city Thursday they had heart trouble, because the heart is C Cain Highland Add Norman lots 1 thinks of coming to the city, if yuung
morning April 9th at 5:30 a. m. Mr. j ^ I: bLock M loU 3lV 2,1 block 15- and inexperienced think twice.'
Delbert Jenkins to Miss Mamie It used to be considered that only urinary | j "thk.city."
Blake. The groom is the son of Ex i *roubles we*'e t0 b® traced to the kidneys, | Normon Development Co, to I Your boasted town- the countless
n but now modern scttnce proves that nearly!,., a 1 1 1 11 11 o- ■' LU ' ulL countless
Governor Jenkins and a young man all constitutional diseases have their begin-j scnmiat tot l-i block j pile of stones
of examplar habit and good business ning in kidney trouble. Highland Add Norman. 4-<> Is but a monument which marks the
l lie bride is the daughter by first doctor!ng^your kidneys. " The^mild j (,e° l' •Iohl,8t<Jn l'recl ■' aml Harry spot
Blake and and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's I ^ "aw'f Pt block J Lexington.
" ' Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is W F Fulton to.I. If. Stull ei
this city, soon realized. It stands the highest for its I net < -(! w. Norman. $425
wonderful cures of the most distrassing cases
and is sold on its merits
The following poem was written by
a younjf man who lives in Omaha.
This young man is one of the few
model young men of today. His na-
ture revolts at the sins and condl-
roduce evil effects.
Every sentence in these lines -peaks
a truth. It may speak to the young
men and women who are longing for
street commissioners job?
Fred Carder now understands
what it means to be betrayed by
men whose support he should have.
They that live by the sword shall
perish by the sword, so runs the
Scriptures and Carder though
claiming to be a republican, last
spring done all he could to defeat
the citizens nominee for mayor and
never has had anything but abuse
to heap upon populists and it is
but natural that, the republican's
whom he had deserted on former
occasions and Populists whom he
had derided, should remember
him when he was a candidate.
The Classen-Miller Addition is
growing to be more attractive daily.
Some very substantial people are
buying and will build there. We
learn from Mr. Butcher that he sold
thirty one lots last week. Among
the purchasers being C. H Bessent of
the First National Bank, G L Abbott,
S Carl and a number of others. All |
of these parties will build during the
summer and fall. The Classen Co, is
doing a good work for Norman. The
influence of this strong reality and
development Co, will help our city.
They know how to improve an addi-
tion and care for it. Their addition
to Norman will surely be one of the
fine residence districts in the near
A Box Supper and Oake Contest,
A box Supper and cake contest
will be given at the Corn Schoo 1
house Saturday evening April 18th.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK
When you take Grove's Tasteless
C hill Tonic because the formula y
pi ainly printed on every bottle shoi.
in g that it is simplv Iron and Quinine
ina tasteless form. No cure,' No paw-
by all druggists in fifty-
cent and one-dollar siz-
es. You may have a
sample bottle by mail Home of swamp-Root,
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but re-
member the name. Swamp-Root. Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad-
dress, Binghamton, N. Y., on eyery
Do you want to make your wife a
present of a fine family sewing ma
chine ? Call at the Peoples Voice
office and learn what an up-to-date
machine will cost you.
Geo Randall to Edward Renshaw
lots 15-10 block 7" Lexington. $500.
G L Hazel to Charlie Stellberg
lot 4 block 7 Bowling Add Normar.
Hugh Jones to Norman Develop-
ment pt nw i 20-9-2w Norman. $7000.
Norman Development Co to Rachel
A Evens lots 1-14 block 2ti Highland
Add Norman lot 55-58 block Lit lots
31-32 block 24. $299.
Geo W Miller to G L Abbott lots 20
23 block 10 Classen Add Norman. $200
Norman Development Co to S S
McGuthrie lots 33-86 block 7 High-
land Add Norman. $100.
Wm Blackwell to Mrs S A Smith
lots 1-8 block 11 Lexington. $1500.
Jas A Denham to A M Reeds ne i
8-9- 2w Lexington. $4500.
E F Snider to John Topper sw I
25-10-3w Lexington. $1700.
If you want MONEY come and see us. We will
make it profitable to you and interesting to the other fel-
low if he makes your loan.
AFTKR LA GRIPPE- - WHAT?
Usually a hacking eoutrh and a een-
erai feeling of weakness, often leading
to fatal remits alter the patient is
suposed to have passed thefdanger
point. Foley's Honey and Tar is guar-
anteed to cure the "grippe cough"
and make you strong and well. It
never fails to stop a, cousfh in time.
Take no substitutes. Sold by Barbour
The Andrew Kingkade Company, Norman, Okla.
I SEEDS, j
5 Wholesale and Kctail
Price lists now ready.
Mailed free on appli-
cation. Special at-
tention ffiven to truck-
ers, market gardeners
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Easter Service at the First Presbyterian
Rev. W. C. Templeton of Iverksville
Missouri will occupy the pulpit at the
First Presbyterian Ghurch next Sun-
day Morning and evening.
Constipation and biliousness cannot
be cured in a night—a week; neither
can one withstand the debilitating
effect of the ordinary "liverpills" for
weeks, but the gentle action of
Ramon's Treatment of Liver Pills and
Tonic Pellet make one feel gradually
improved as the treatment progresses
no bad times, but a continued, rapid
improvement. A month's treatment—
one 25c box—will make the chronic
sufferer rejoice. A trial will convince
you; let us supply you. Sold by Fred
J Prospect of fruit good.
Mrs. Guthery is much better.
Corn planting is the order of the
Uncle Joe Hicks is happy in hav-
j ing a son-in-law and a bright pros-
I pect of soon having another.
Mr. Herman took the wings of the
I evening and flew to Arizona. Mrs.
I Herman took the wings of the
J morning and followed him.
A Morman elder and prophet
passed through here a short time
ago. He predicted a Populist for
our next President.
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOR
Chils and fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill i'onie. ft, is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form.
No cure. No pay. Price 50c.
The following marriage
were issued this week by
Delbert W. Jenkins
Mayme E. Blake
Ruffus S. Walker
Lizzie A. Cline.
Norman W Frasier
J H Copelen to Ida B Booker lots
24-32 block 31 Lex. $1000.
Narquess L Bookfer to Robt Gron
lots 1-4 block 88 Lex. $70.
G L Abbott to B E Borden swj- 29
10-2w £,ex. $3000.
Wm F Young to Clayborn Richard-
son lot 5 of sec 30 lot 8-10-12 se 4-8-2w
>T Noble to C P Kinglesmith lots
23 15-16 block 40 Noble. $7.20.
T Noble to J P Leslie lots 27-2K
..1<)' block 30 Noble. $10.
20 IS Taylor to Ilary James lots 9-10
f 227 West Main St.
f Oklahoma City, Okla.
Ramon's Tonic Regulator is the most
popular all round medicine we have
ever handled. It is a gentle laxative,
a healthful tonic and prompt health
restorer. Handsome, large tin box
25cts. Sold by Fred Reed.
Harve A 1011 iott .
Iveson C. Burgess
A startling incident, is narrated bv
John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follow*:
"I was in an awful condition. My ssiii
was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pun continually in
back and sides, no appetite, growing
weaker day hy day. Three physicians
had given me up. Then I wis advise 1
no use Electric BiUers; to my great,
joy, the first bottle ma le a decided
improvement. I know thev robbed
the grave of another victim." No one
should fail to try them. Only 50cen|s,
guaranteed, at Fred R )ed. drug store.
Where lie men's fallen hopes and
And where youth's high aspirations
Forsake the home and pass out 011 the
When passing day is struggling in
Where burly bluecoats tramp around
And through the dark the streets •
lights dimly glows.
Tis here your boasted city buds and
(A Hood of sin or hunger's bitter
its roots are in the soil of baser
It's briars are buried in man's bleed-
The air is thick with murder breed-
Which scatter wide the dread dis-
ease of crime;
Which mow, not but the feeble and
But nip the budding manhood in its
Here, wrecks of men are cast upon
By surging tears of folies crimson
Here, ghastly death unbolts the
And beckons men to hurry to their
How fares the child of virtue with
O'er whose degrading step they grin
The love which he won Id mould in
some sweet song
Is poisoned 'ere it Hows from out his
By draught of liquor from a felon's
His peaceful soul is swept with lust-
The space which lies 'tween him and
ruin is spanned,
He falls a victim to some lo.v desire.
Who placed upon these boys the
stamp of age?
Who plucked the rosy color 'from
And who wid stop the blood-stained
How of rage,
When their insulted birthrights rise
1 to speak.
McClain lots ! ^re these the darkened avenues of
[ The sick y air—the putrid atmos-
To which the'tortured souls of men
I have fell—
Beal Estate Transfers,
Norman Development Co to Jacob
Hines lots .10-34 block 15 Highland
Add Norman $150
Norman Development Co to Richard
Green lots 11 block 8 Highland Add
E J Keller J W Huffman lots 25-28
block 79 Lexington. $100.
block 40 Noble $135.
Harry Jones to J T
9-10 block 40 Noble. $250.
C P Klinglesmith to G M Thomp-
son lots 15-10 block 40 Noble $25.
G M Thompsom to Jno Tarp'ey
lots 9-10-15-10 bloc ; 40 Noble. $200.
TJ McClain to G M Thompson lots ! These pauibUiiff room
11-12 block 40 Noble. $50. | ' shops of beer?
Norman Development Co to Mary j Are we but beasts masked in God's
Jones lots 28-34 biock 13 Highland Ad j sacred form-r-
Norman. 81300. j Who feed the sick'ning flame of
Norman Development Co to Grace j shameful lust-
Rome lots 27-29 block 15 Highland j Wrho crawl upon the ground like
Add Norman. $75. I loathful worms
Geo W Miller to CL Tate lots 24 I And drag our slimy bodies through
20 block 3 Classen Add Norman. $200 j the dust.
FL Beckham to T E Clemant nej Then let us cease our virtues to ex-
24-9-1 w Classen Add Norman. $1000. j toll;
J S McKitrick to J E and Lucy Mc 1 If we are demons let us demons be—
Kitrick lots 11-1
G E Tate to John
3w Norman. 0500.
Isaac Graham to
block 7 Larsh Add j With
Hunt swi 1
. iiuu courage to collect the devils
10 And not from shades of truth and
Chas Hohargh Omaha, Neb. —Central Farmer
lots 31-32 block 44 Noble. $100.
Richard Hill to Martha A Hill lots! "Strength and vigor come of good
21-23 block 14 Norman. $1 I foo4> duly digested. "Force," a
Rosa M Berglan to James H Love
swi 2-9-2e Norman. $1500. ! invigorates."
j ready-to-serve wheat and barley food
| adds no burden,'but sustains, nourish
Largest and Finest Line of
In Norman at BARBOUR & SONS.
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, April 10, 1903, newspaper, April 10, 1903; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117666/m1/3/: accessed March 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.