The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, April 17, 1903 Page: 5 of 8
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Begins Monday morning, April 22, at 10 a. m
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l-os'toliice were in in Norman last
•••••• LOCAL IBIESIIEjIPS- Friday. They are preparing to Start
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vil communication for oubllcfttlon lntbefo
owln« issue of tills paper must be In by lburs
i y noon to insure publication of the samfi^
Furnished rooms, bed
at West Side Hotel.
Hon. Jas. D. Maguire
came over from Lawton
Good clean, beds and nice rooms at
West Side Hotel.
Low excursion rates for the Mardi
Gras via the Choctaw.
Esse* & Wherry Real Estate
Insurance and Farm Loans.
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.
For garden lawn plowing and
trimming. Call up Phone 59
See W. T. Ham & Co., for special
bargains in some choice farms if sold
on a trip to Memphis, Tenn, and to ]
Michigan to be gone for sometime.
The wheat and oat fields, are look-
ing fine and corn is comming up nice-
ly. The alfalfa fields will soon be in
bloom and ready for the mower. The
pastures are green and stock all
! W. L Kendall who has served as
as Superintendent of schools during
the past winter at Cleveland Okla-
i honia has again resumed his studies
Forepaugh and Sells Circus Guthrie in the University. He is a candidate
for the Rhodes scholarship
Dedication cermonies, Louisiana
day to spend Easter in Norman.
Cheap Implements at Martin &
Yates next door west of where
you get your Dry goods for Less.
May 2nd. Fare one via for
round trip. On sale May 2nd
turn limit May 4th. Fare
One fare plus $2 for the round trip
over the Choctaw Route Rock Is-
land System to Savannah Ga, for the
Southern Baptist Convention May 7th I
to 14th inclusive.
Attend the National Assembly
Cumberland Presbyterian church,
Nashville Tenn, May 21st to 20th.
One fare plus $2 for the round trip,
Evans of Case I scavenger, but he did and as a con
j sequence the cows sickness cost him j
cow, calf, medicines and $2.00 in cash. \
I John Fields and Frank Oliver old j
Chiilocothe Missouri friends of Ben-1
son & Sons stopped off last Saturday j
on their way to Beaumont Texas and j
spent a day with Mr. Benson. Mr.
Benson took them a whirl over the
county to let them see what we had
in this part of Oklahoma and they
pronounced it the best country they
had seen between here and Kansas
City. They are both men of means
and after looking around at Beau-
mont may come back here to look
w c Smith tbe Well. F.r ch°ct"' 0k"h°°" 4 Gn"
",he "«■; -ft
Alfalfa Seed for sale at
the Red Elevator
Purchase exposition St. Louis, Mo,
April 30 May 2. One fare for the
round trip plus $2 00. Dates of sale
A pril 25-20-27-29-30 Return limit May
4th Fare from Normal $18.85.
Martin Brown and his neighbor
Mr1. Wolf farmers living south of
Noble transacted business in Nor-
man Friday of last week. They re-
port a fine rain in their vicinity oti
the previous afternoon.
H. G. LINDSAY.
The ladies ot the first M. E church
will give an ex-change at the Okla-
homa Racket Saturday forenoon
Kendall, Walker & Co, received a
fine new delivery wagon last I riday
to use in connection with their
Rev. Templeton, of Kirksville
souri, occupied the pulpit
Presbyterian church last
morning and evening.
Forepaugh and Sells Circus Okla-
homa City May 4th. Fare and third
for round trip. On sale May
return limit May 5th. Fare 7ucts.
Notice-to all Sunday Schoo'sin
Cleveland Co. do not forget the Co.
S S. Convention will be belt Apn
24-25 in the M. E. Church South, in
Norman. We would like to see two
or three delegates present from each
S S. in the county. M. McCullougb,
Choctaw, Oklahoma & GultRR,
account of the Southern Baptist Con-
vention which meets May ith.
Parties desiring to patronize the
Kee6lar Jack will find him at my
farm5 miles west and 3 miles north
of Norman. W. A. Hallmark
Realestate, Farm and
Chattle Loans, Bonded
Abstracts and Insurance
of all kinds Tate &
Clement want your busi-
ness and your friend s
Last Friday several nice showers of
rain visited parts of this county and
for to days wind blue strong from the
South. On Sunday wind whipped
around to the North and blew strong
until Tuesday morning being nearly
cold enough for frost Monday morn-
ing and did freeze some Tuesday
Xhe liver must be gently stirred so that th« Wt ^
fwA\ be thrown off in the right channel; the
at the same time should be invigorated.
and Tonic Pellets form the Mild Power Cure that
completely docs the work without shock or injury
to any part of the system.
Sample and Boohlol Tree.
"•♦a 35 days 25 cts. ^
c hi I Trial bottles free.
John Wilson son of Mrs. Maggie j
Wilson, enlisted in the army some-
time ago but tiring of army life he
deserted and came home; but last
Friday he was arrested and taken
back to serve out his time in Uncle
Low rates by the Choctaw, Okla-
homa & Gulf R R [Rock Island Sys-
tem) for the National Assembly of
the Cumberland Presbyterian church
to be held at Nashville Tenn, May
21st to 29th. Full information from
Geo H Lee, G. P. A., Little Rock,
W. J. Jackson assured the Editor
of this paper that article pertaining
to him in last weeks Peoples Voice
contained as much truth as it had
been his pleasure to read in a Pop
newspaper. It is possible that here-
after Jackson will read the peoples
Voice more closely ana learn not
to pass it up so lightly.
Attorney Folk who made such a
reputation convicting boodling ald-
erman in the city of St Louis is now
after the boodling members of the
Msssouri state legislature and has
succeeded in trapping several of them
an indications now point to a big
number of convictions of members
of the legislative body of the state.
Last week we noticed a number of
republicans in Norman with pencils
figuring on some proposition. We
inquired of several of them what
they were trying to figure out.'' Ihey
almost invariably replied that they
were trying to figure out how long
a man could vote the democratic
ticket, before losing his membership
in the Republican party.
The candidates on the citizens
ticket who took a trip up Salt river
say that on the trip up stream they
were tempted several times to throw
Carder overboard. He bored them
all the way up stream telling them
how it happened that he had been
handed the wrong ticket by the
agents of the transportation com-
Judge Botsford lost a fine milk
cow Thursday of last week and threw
in the calf for to pay the cow doctor
for his services. He had not figured
the expense of city scavanger
for carting away and burying car-
cass ot cow. In fact he had not
figured that he would need the
A GREAT SENSATION.
There whs a big sensation in Lees-
ville, Ind. when W. H. Brown of that
place, wlio was expected to die, had
his life saved by Dr. Kintr's New
Discovery for Consumption. He writes j
-I endured insufferable Hifonies from ] discription of the surrender of
Asthma, but your New Discovery gave " ,
me^mmediate relief and soon there-
after effected a complete cure." Similar
cures of Consumption, Pneumonia,
Bronchitis mid Grip are numerous
It's ihn peerless remedy for all throat
and lung troubles. Price50c, and $1.00
Guaranteed by Fred Heed. Druggist.
Annual Convention ■Lumbermen's
Association of Texas. Galveston
April 14-10 The Santa Fe will sell
tickets for above occasion at one
and one third fare for the round
trip On sale April 1213. 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.
Gen. Gordon to Lecture-
Rev. Porter, of the M. E. church
in forms us that he lias secured ihe
promise of Gen. John B. Gordon
to deliver his famous lecture " 1 he
Last Days of the Confederacy" in
Norman on April 28th. Rev. Por-
ter informs us that Gen. Gordon's
Lee is worth the price of the lec-
«MAKES PROPER DIET?
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 wo uld
pay you to examine what we have to
offer you and learn our terms.
Essex & Wails.
Tor Sale cheap.
A second hand Stoddard check row
corn planter all complete and nearly
new see E. K. Himes.
Foley's Honey and Tar
cures colds, prevents pneumonia.
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
Best, and most complete line of
late popular Novels in the city at
Kingkades Book store.
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 SO cents.
And to the boy or person bringing
the greatest number of snakes be-
tween Feb 15th and May 15th. I will
give 12.50 and the next greatest
number $1.50 C. D. BUNkl.u.
Two 50 foot lots 240 feet deep
facing University Boulevard for sale
at a bargain if taken soon. 1' or
particulars inquire at this olfice-
THEY AND HERE
Our new Spring and Summer Goods. ^ ou
are extended a cordial welcome to inspect
them. We are showing the VERY LAI ES 1
PATTERNS IN «
New Summer Dress Goods
Bastistes, Lawns, Dimities, Paint Suisse,
Etamines, Swisses, Modras, Organdies, Etc.
The very latest weaves. Buy now and be
prepared for the warm weather. <tr 4T If
Clothing and Shoes.
Our store is filled with new Clothing and
new shoes. Come in and let us show you.
They are OK in price style and quality. . . .
- Groceries —
We have filled this department and would like to till,
vour orders. Come in and see what we have to
offer you. Phone 101. Iiesp't.
THE LION STORE.
East Hoom of Old Stand. F. J. McGINLEY, Proprietor.
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, April 17, 1903, newspaper, April 17, 1903; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117667/m1/5/: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.