The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, April 17, 1903 Page: 7 of 8
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I have just returned home from East-
ern markets purchasing a new stock of
Spring and Summer Goods. It being a
little late in the season I found Eastern
dealers anxious to close out their stocks
and secured greatbargains—getting goods
at fully 1-3 less than merchants purchas-
ing earlier in the season. The goods are
now coming in and 1 am in a position to
save you money. Be sure and see what
we have to offer before purchasing your
Summer Dress Goods. I now occupy the
west room of the old stand.
Robert C. Berry.
Has it for
will be at the
The 6. A. R. Encampment.
In May 1902 before attending the
Territorial Encampment at Guthrie
as a delegate from our post, I was
furnished with a written request from
, the mayor and council and also from
\ jyril *7 9 ! the Commercial club signed by the
| proper officers inviting the 13th
. , r, Annual Encampment of the G. A. R.
Watch lor bills and rress to be hdd in our city in presenting
Notices next week. the city<s invitation which is now on
Grip Remedies in Great Demand.
When colds and grip are prevalent
the luckiest and surest remedies are
in great demand. Mr. Joseph D. Will-
iams, of McDuff, Va., says that he was
cured of a very deep and lasting attack
of la grippe by using Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy after trying several
other preparations with no effect. For
sale by Fred Reed.
to advertise the great southwest.
t or*' wives and daughters, school teachers, doctors
Farmers, f!am ^ gmaller towllBi any citizen who has
clergymen, meicuauiM _ 1 ll— avti^loa
ergymeu, invite(l to write letters and longer articles
D,yuuetlnug o h J, whiCb thev live in the Southwest.
about the locality . ludeg Arkansas, Arizona, Indian Territory,
The tenitc> y .ggouri New Mexico, Oklahoma and 'i exas.
Louisiana, Southern . ^ ^ (in object are offered, a set for each state
Premiums ^ ™ rticularB Gf the conditions of the contest, and
aDV iTtheprizes and awards will be sent upon application, to
a list oi 1 STEELE, Commissioner,
r A£cncy, Southwestern Lines,
Co'" ColamWa Theatre Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
Eli. C. Rixse of Oklahoma City
was in Norman between trains last
TO CURE A COLD IN A DAY
Talie Luxative Brorn Quinine Tablet
All druggists reiutnltlie money if is
fails to cure. E. W.Uvroe signature
fs on the box. 25u..
J. R. Cottetigham, of Guthrie was
Norman last, luesday taking a
look at the Sanitarium and seeing
how the improvements which com
pany is making, were progressing.
Some large posters telling about
the G. A. R. encampment has been
left at the Kingkade book store in
the post office and committee trusts
that many of them will be called
for to mail out to friends. They
are free and all you have to do is
ask for them.
One Minute Cough Cure
For Coughs, Colds and Croup.
Thousands Saved By
Mr. Cole is very sick at his iome
North of town.
Good prospect for fruit.
Our minister gave the young folks
some pretty good advice last Sun-
day but some didn't seem to iee
Mr James Harbert and family
left Wednesday for their new home
in the Pott Co. He leaves many
friends who wish him luck in his
Fishing is "all the-go" now a day.
Every one is busy planting co rn
some few have finished.
Some of the girls looked very
charming in their white and roses |
in the morning services Sunday
but were hunting their cloakes be-
Married Sunday April the 12th
1903 Mr. Joe. Martin to Miss Zona
Moses. The groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. James Martin and a
young man of exemplars habit and
good business sagacity. The bride
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Moses she is a young lady of many
accomplishments and her host of
friends wish her and her husband
long life and happiness.
6 Cousin Vera.
SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP
Cured by One Bottle of Chamberlain's
"When I had an attack of the grip
last winter (the second one) I actualy
cured my self with one bottle of
Chamberlain's Oough Remedy,' sa.ys
Frank W.Pert'V,Editor of the Enter-
prise, Shortsville, N.Y. "This is the
honest truth. I at times kept, from
coughing myself to pieces by taking
a teaspoonful of this remedy, and
when the coughing spell would come
on at night I 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 puttiug it very mildly. I
had no idea that it would or could
knock out the grip, simply because 1
had never tried it for such a purpose,
but it did, and it seemed with the
second attack of coughing the remedy
j caused it to not only be of less dura-
l tion, but the pains were far less severe
1 and I had not used the contents of one
I bottle before Mr. Grip, had bid me
adieu." for sale by Fred Reed.
This wonderful medicine posi-
tively cures Consumption, Coughs
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneu-
monia, Hay Fever, Pleurisy, La-
Grippe, Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup and Whooping Cough.
Every bottle guaranteed. No
Cure'. No Pay. Price 50c.&$I.
file and is a part of Grand Army re-
cords. I gave the encampment my
promise backed by this written i
invitation that everything would be |
done that is possible to make our I
visiting friends at home during their
stay of four days with us, and I am
sure our people will make good that
promise. Those who attend rfs dele-
gates will be prepared to pay their
bills and my word is out prices
for meals and lodging will not be
raised on that occasion. Committees
will call on you and And out how
many you can feed and lodge and
your prices. There will be 1500 to
2,000 visitors. Time May 19 20-21 and
22 1903. J- M. Bishop, P. C.
At meeting of the Executive Com-
mittees of the G A R. and Commer-
cial Club, which met March 9th. J. J.
Burke was chosen Chairman and J.
M. Heddens, Secretary and the fol-
lowing committees were appointed.
committee's on speakers.
G. A. R.—J. M. Bishop, J. B. Willi-
ams, C. McKinney.
Commercial Club—F. S. Elder, W.
Hess, D. R. Boyd.
committee on finances.
G. A. R.—C. Wheeler, J. McCarty,
R. B. Martin.
Commercial Club—D. L. Larsh, L.
J. Edwards, J. A. Jones.
committee on music.
G. A. II.—J. M. Bishop, A. W.
Robbins, T. E. Antrim.
Commercial Club—C. C. W illiams,
B. F. Williams, J. S. Allan.
committee on printing.
G. A. II.—J. L. Smith, J. B. Will-
iams, J. M. Heddens.
Commercial Club—J. H. Mosier, J.
M.Burch, G. W. Winans.
committee on arrangements.
LAW SON & SONS,
All Kinds of
Fresh and Sailed
Ovsters in Season,
Your Patronage Solicited.
3 Most Direct Route
arc the most fatal of all dis-
CM CY'O ™EY W 'U
lULt I u Guaranteed Remedy
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best tot
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c. and $1.00.
Mr. Lingenfelter of the Oklaho-
man came down to visit the Sani-
tarium last Tuesday and write it up
for Oklahoman readers.
the most hoalino salve in the world
Birds or small animals of all kinds
will be gladly received at the Lni-
versity to replace the collections de-
stroyed by fire Jan fith. Parties kl'
ing such and bringing them to the
University or bringing them to ar
bours Drug store with your name and
address will do a great favor, lhe
specimens will be prepared and
,,laced in the Chemistry Museum
with the givers name attached.
The K of P's will give an enter-
tainment in K of P's Hall next
Monday night and all K of 1 s are
invited to attend.
Tudge Norman and W P. Shelton
made a business trip to Lawton the
first of this week. Mr. Shelton is in
hopes of getting his contest case
for a farm in Commauche county
The White Ib King.
If you are thinking of purchasing a
new machine this fall come to this
office and learn what you can l 'rcha®®
a new White machine for before .vou
decide on the machine to buy. We
can save about per cent on the
nrcevou pay for a sewing machine
sold to you by an agent who calls at
your home with a sewing machine in
Like the running brook, the
•ed blood that flows through
the veins has to come from
The springs of red blood are
found in the soft core of the
bones called the marrow and
some say red blood also comes
from the spleen. Healthy bone
marrow and healthy spleen
are full of fat.
Scott's Emulsion makes new
blood by feeding the bone
marrow and the spleen with
the richest of all fats, the pure
cod liver oil.
For pale school girls and
invalids and for .all whose
blood is thin and pale, Scott's
Emulsion is a pleasant and rich
blood food. It net only feeds
the blood-making organs' but
eives them strength to do
i • i
their proper work.
Send for free sample.
SCiTT K HOWNli, Chemists.
jjrttiji'cMri ti-i. New York,
i.uc, ,*!.<*>; all ilrugjjists.
A Most Liberal Offer.
All our farmer readers should take
advantage of the unprecedented club-
bing offer we this year make, which
includes with this paper. The Live
Stcck Indicator, its Special Farmers
Institute Editions and The Poultry
Parmer. These three publications
are the best of their class and should
be in every farm house. To them we
add for local county and general news
or own paper, and make the price of
the four one year only $1.2-5. Never
before was so much superior reading
matter offorded for so small an amount
of money. The three papers named,
which we club with our own, are
well known throughout the West,
and commend themselves to the
reader's favorable attention upon
mere mention. The Live Stock In-
dicator is the great agricultural and
live stock paper of the West. The
Poultry Parmer is the most practical
poultry paper for the farmer, while
The Special Farmers Institute Edi-
tions are the most practical publica-
tions for the promotion of good farm-
ing ever published. Take advantage
of this great offer, as it will hold for a
short time only. Samples of these
papers may be examined by calling at
G. A. II.-Henry Perry,
Robbins, R. E. Leach.
Commercial Club—Dr. D. S. Hamil-
ton, J. A. Hullurn, Dr. J. A. Davis.
committee on decoration.
G. A. R.—A. W. Robbins, P. J.
Martin, A. Homans.
committee on reception.
Mayor and City Council, Commer-
cial Club, G. A. R.
committee on rooms.
| Henry Perry, J. M. Heddens, Wood
I Lyttle, Fred Carter.
committee on hall and quarters.
G. A. R.—J. B. Williams, W. A.
Tucker, J. M. Heddens.
G. A. R.—C. McKinney, Henry
Perry, J. M. Heddens.
Commercial Club— L. J. i-d-
wards, J. J. Burke, J. A. Hul-
The finance committee is request-
ed to get together as soon as possi-
ble and commence their work. It is
estimated that to properly entertain
the Encampment and visitors and to
do the town justice the committee
ought to raise at least $500. You
will please meet at the Kingkade
Real Estate office Monday March
I6th at 3 p. m.
The Committee on printing are re-
quested to meet at G. A. R. Hall
March Monday I6t.li at 3 p. m.
The committee on speakers should
send out their invitations as soon as
From either North or South, to
the Famous Health Resort
and Springs of
is via the
Descriptive literature concerning
this delightful resort furnished upon
Passenger Traffic Department,
ANTI-HORSE THIEF ASSOCIATION
A. D. Cox, President.
J. C. Wails, Secretary
Funds on (land, $61.00, which will be used
together with an assessment of tifty cents on
each member If necessary in hunting a horse
stolen from any member of the Association
All Rood citizens of Cleveland county are in.
vited to join. Membership fee $1.00, payable
in advance to 1 he secretary.
in auvtu usT 0K MEMBBB8;
Danger of Colds and Grip.
The greatest danger from eolds and
grip is their resulting in pneumonia.
If reasonable care is used, however,
and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
taken, all danger will be avoided.
Among the tens of thousands who
have used this remedy for these dis-
eases we have yet to learn of a single
^jase having resulted in pneumonia,
which shows conclusively that It is a
certain preventive of that dangerous
disease. It will cure a cold or an attack
j of the grip in less time than any other
treatment. It is pleasant and safe to
take, for sale by Fred. Reed.
11 C Dennlson,
L E Leach.
A O MeGlll
A I> Cox,
L P Mil ker,
W N. Elledge,
j l! Cummlnga
A M Warflekt,
W E Abbott,
,J 1) Kendrick
J c Walls,
W H Adklnson,
B N Anderson,
W 1) Krahl
ti c Foster
Krvln N. Ceasor
II F Newblock
J H Fletcher,
w H Barbour,
J H Miser
L. F. Outhouse.
J, B. Barbour
W F Essex,
8 A Ambrlstor
C H Dibble
G l> Hewitt,
C F Cox,
W T Tate,
W E Bain,
John W. Foster,
W I> Crippen
G L Abbott,
J L Long,
\ I) Ilickok
,1 M McDanlel,
I) 11 Wynn
D C Kline,
n S Kcker,
J D Jones
J all Philip
II. G. Lindsay.
It, DHIUUU1. • J
The Aattoclatlon otter* a reward of $50 00*re>r
the apprehension and conviction of any per
hod who whall steal a horee or mule from a
member of this association
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets g ruj.
Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. ThiS Signature,
in Two Days.
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