The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, April 10, 1903 Page: 5 of 8
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Mrs. Grace Hooper left for Colorado
Good clean, beds and nice rooms at
West Side Hotel.
Low excursion rates for the Mardi
Gras via the Choctaw.
Essex & Wherry Heal Estate
Insurance and Farm Loans.
Ed C. IVixse. of Oklahoma City,
spent last Sunday in Norman.
For special bargains in farm and
cityproperty see W. T. Ham & Co.
For special bargains in farms and
city property see W. T. Ham & Co.
I C Wails' fine 2 story house in
west Norman is nearing completion.
Work commenced this week on a
big additional building at the Sani-
For garden lawn plowing and
trimming. Call up Phone 59. M. W.
See W. T. 'Ham & Co., for special
bargains in some choice farms if sold j
at once. j
S. L. Johnson, of Okumlgee was in
Norman last Wednesday on A. O. U;
K. Jackson and wife of Watonga
are visiting with relatives in this
city this week.
Dr. S T. Biirch and wife went to
Purest last Wednesday to take in the
fat Stock Show.
Alfalfa Seed for sale at
the Red Elevator.
H. G. LINDSAY.
D. W. Burke, of Oklahoma City,
spent last Sunday in this city with
his brother G. W. Burke. j
Claud Asbury cut his wrist very !
badly last Saturday afternoon with ;
butcher knife he was using.
The store rooms in Norman are
being treated to a cleaning up paint-
ing, papering and screen doors.
Cheap Implements at Martin &
Yates next door west of where
you get your Dry goods for Less.
Mr. Carr, of thta Democrat-Topic
was confined to his home the first of
this week from a severe attack o
The county commissioners were in
session the first of this week setting
up the 1st quarters business of the
John Durkee of Denver, has been
in Norman for the past two weeks
helping Frank J. McGinley get his
new store in order.
Prof. Butcher, went to Oklahoma
City last Tuesday to vote. The con-
test up there was too splendid for
him to stay away.
Nearly all of. the corn is planted
and cotton planting is in full blast.
The spring crops are going into
ground in fine condition
A. McDanlel, of the Andrew King-
kadeCo, was in the south part o
the county last week looking after
business matters for the company.
The great Leodon Thomas Osches-
tra of Chicago, III, will appear in
Guthrie April 13th next. A great
many Normanites will attend.
Parties desiring to patronize the
Keeslar Jack will find him at my
farm 5 miles west and 3 miles north
of Norman. W. A. Ha.llmark
The weather began to warm up the
first of this week and much of the ,
corn planted is coming up. The or-
chard are in full bloom and give
promis of a fine fruit crop.
DIED—At her home in the east
part of the city last Monday night;
Mrs. Clint Poland after a long and
painful illness caused by a can«r
The funeral services were held last
jno. H. Mosier has had a force o
men grading and fixing up property
he recently purchased in the Jones
addition and will soon commence the
erection of a fine residence on the
Remember that the ladies of t he
Christian church will hold their tegu-
lar monthly exchange on Saturday
! April 11th. A nice line of spring
Lbonnets will be offered^ for sale at
j reasonable prices.
Last Monday the case of Sam
Seawell was again up and this time
Seawell weakened and consented to
the taking of his deposition. A
refusal to testify threw him into jail
two times for contempt of court.
Realestate, Farm and
Chattle Loans, Bonded
Abstracts and Insurance
of all kinds Tate &
Clement want your busi-
ness and your friend's
R C. Berry and Frank J. McGinley
arrived home last Sunday night from
a trip to Kansas City where they
were marketing fat cattle and also
to St. Louis, where they purchased a
large spring stock for their stores
Miss Donahue of the Norman store
1 held her millinery opening last Sat-
urday and enjoyed a big crowd of
ladies who favored her by examining
what she had to offer. She was as-
sisted by Mrs. Kimberlin in display-
ing her stock.
The Ladies of the First Presby-
terian Church will give an entertain-
ment and social at the church parlors
to night. A good program has been
arranged and an enjoyable tim
assured. An admission of cents
will be charged.
Died—At her home in Harriman,
Tennessee, Wednesday March 2Itb
I Mrs Lizzie Rymer niece of Capt.
J M. Bishop. Mrs. Rymer made her
home for several years with Mr. and
Mrs. Biship in this city and she had
many friends here who will be pained
to learn of her death.
1 have just returned home from East-
ern markets purchasing a new s ock o
Spring and Summer Goods. It bein&
little late in the season I found Eastern
dealers anxious to close out their ^oc[\s
and secured great bargains-getting goods
at fully 1-3 less than merchants purchas-
ing"artier in the season. The goods are
now coming in and 1 am in a P0®110'1
save you money. Be sure and see what
we have to offer before purchasing your
Summer Dress Goods. 1 now occupy the
west room of the old stand.
Robert C. Rerry.
Furnished rooms, beds first class,
at West Side Hotel. 3'-3t
Ben Clardy, of Shawnee, Grand
Master Workman of the A. O. U. W.
was in Norman last Wednesday lock-
ing after Matters in the Grand Rec-
Father Metter has fitted up the
Catholic church in this city with a
very fine electric light Chandalier.
It is in keeping with the other fine
furnishings of the church.
Mr. M.L. Brittain and family will
spend next week in Fort Worth and
Dallas on business. Incedentally o
look at furniture for their new home.
They stopped at Purcell at t le
the Stock Convention.
Last Sunday the wind blew strong
from the south all day and well
| into the night. It was one of the
' most disagreeable days of the year
and had the ground been dry ant
dusty it would have been still more
disagreeable but fortunately the
dust was not very bad.
Gardening, fixing up fence to keep
chickens and cow from disturbing
neighbors on Monday and city elec-
tion on Tuesday, up Tuesday night
to learn the result of election, left
the Editor of this paper little time
tor writing matter and picking up
locals for this weeks issue.
A Hutchin and J. D. Lydick of
Lexington were in Norman last Mon-
day on legal business. Lydick had
been one of Hutchins clients for
about $400.00 and Hutchin succeede
in talking jury into giving his client
a verdict for $00 00 against Lydiek s
client and all the costs in the case.
School in District 5 Boston school
closed April 3. The ladies of the
district made a surprise dinner for
the teacher Miss Edith Jones which
was highly appreciated, both by
teacher and pupils. Following din-
ner a short program was rendereu by
school. All present report an en-
Birds or small animals of all kinds
will be gladly received at the Uni-
versity to replace the collections de-
stroyed by fire Jan 6th. Parties kill-
inn such and bringing them to the
University or bringing them to Bar-
bours Drug store with your name and
address will do a great favor. The |
specimens will be prepared and j
placed in the Chemistry Museum I
with the givers name attached.
S W Hutchin has leased the j
'Lexington News" and appears as
•publisher." "Steve," no doubt,
will make the "news" a warm
article if he should conclude to stick
to the business of publishing a
napfer. We are really fearful, how-
ever, that "Steve" will hardly stick
to the job. He will makt; the dis-
covery, we fear, that his health
will never permit such close con-
finement as Is necessary to run a
county weekly newspaper.
The Santa Fe will sell home seek-
ers excursions from Illinois, Iowa,
Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska-to
Oklahoma and Indian Territory a
one fare for the round trip plus two
dollars. Date of sale April . and -V
May 5 and 19 and June 2 and 1« l jO.f.
Stop overs will be allowed on going
trip west of Emporia and Iola,
Kansas. No stop over allowed on re-
turn trip. Return limit 21 days from
date of sale. Write and tell your
folks back east'about this.
A. C. Mitchell, Agent.
A GREAT SENSATION.
There was a big sensation in Lees-
ville, lnd. when W. H. Brown ot that
place, who was expected to, die, had
his life saved by Dr. Kinjr
Discovery for Consumption. He writes
"I endured insufferable agonies from
Asthma but your New Discovery gave
me immediate relief and soon here-
•ifter effected a complete cure. Similar
cures of Consumption, Pneumonia,
Bronchitis and Grip are "oat
It's the peerless remedy for all throat,
and lung troubles. Price 50c, and J1.00
Guaranteed by Fred Heed. Druggist.
Trial bottles free^
Easter Day Services at St Joseph Oath
The high mass will be at 10 o clock
a. m. The sermon will be delivered
by Father C. A. Shyne of St. Louis
University. The evening services at
7:30 will also be conducted by. Father
Socialist Galled to Meet.
The Socialist of Cleveland county
are called to meet in Norman at the
Court House on Saturday April 2oth
at 1 o'clock. Important business to
transact and the presence of all
socialist desired. By order of,
I. W. Stroupe,
From Norman, Okla. evening of
April 7 one dark bay mare, left
hind foot white, four years old,
weigh about 1000 lbs. Fore top
was clipped and right hind foot
had scar of a recent jia,Je|'lbu",l:
Had on leather head stall with
broken buckle. Liberal reward
for her return to VLEET,
TT i IT -nn-T-vrTT-T T? TTTPT'F'n Annual Convention Lumbermen s
VAN WINKLE ELLLlhU Aasociation of Texas Galveston
J April 14-10 The Santa Fe will sell
Mayor in Oklahoma City-Ex-Governor ; licketsl for above occasion at one
Barnes Wins in Guthrie. j and one third fare
This year was fought one of the
t • In . :4-Vin f ivM
for the round
On sale April 12 13. Return
State meeting Kansas Commercial
Travelers Association Topeka May
8-9. For this occasion the Santa Fe
will sell ticket at one fare for the
round trip. On sale May 7-8-9. Re-
turn limit May 11.
J, J. Baker, Agents.
warmest campaign tigllts in the two
largest cities „in Oklahoma. The
dissues in both cities were much the
same and the battle waged along very
similar lines. The Republicans head-
ed the municipal reform movement
in Oklahoma City running a preacher ,
for Mayor and in Guthrie in was the 1
democrats who headed their ticket j
with a preacher. In Oklahoma City
Lee Van Winkle won over Rev. Har-1 ^ev porter, of the M. E. church
per by about 500 Majorty and in Guth- j -n fornls Us that he has secured the
rie Ex Go\ Barnes won over Rev. promise of Gen. John B.
Humphry by 207 matorty. It was ^ to deliver his famous lecture '^Ihe
fight to the finish in both cities. In j jast i)ays of the Confederacy in
Chicago Carter Harrison on a munici- j Norman on April 28th. Rev. t or-
' pal ownership platform won for the ler informs us that Gen ('«rd™ s
4th time bJt by a greatly reduced j discription of the surrender of Gem
J Lee is worth the price of the lec
Gen- Gordon to Lecture-
In Toledo Ohio, Golden Rule Jones
In Cleveland Ohio Tom L. Johnson
again proved invincible.
The city electiins in general this
year, throughout the country were
! fought on issues rather than 011 party
' lines. Issues proved stranger with
the voters than party ties. This is a
good Omen and may its shadow in-
Tor Sale cheap.
A second hand Stoddard check row
corn planter all complete and nearly
new see E. K. Himes.
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
Best, and most complete line of
late popular Novels in the city at
Kingkades Hook store.
I,ee is worth the price of the
We have a number of good work
mules and horses, buggies and spring
wagons for sale. If you want to
purchase anything in the mule, horse
buggy or spring wagon line, it would
pay you to examine what we have to
offer you and learn our terms.
Essex & Wails.
To the boy bringing the first snake
to me at the University either alive
or dead providing it is not injured
for a specimen I will give 50 cents.
And to the boy or person bringing
the greatest number of snakes be-
tween Feb 15th and May 15th. I will
give $2.50 and the next greatest
C. D. BUNKER.
Two 50 foot lots 240 feet deep
1 U uv /. r ,
facing University Boulevard for sale
at a bargain if taken soon For
particulars inquire at this ollice.
Opened it in Business anew.
To my many friends throughout
the county I wish to state that the
stock of the firm of McGINLEY
& BERRY has been divided and on
Saturday, March 28th.
I open up in business anew in the
east storeroom ofthe old firm,where
you can find me Saturday morning
with one of the best stocks of
in the City and ready to serve you.
Come in and renew your acquaint-
ance with me. Respectfully,
FRANK J. McGINLEY.
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