The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, April 17, 1903 Page: 8 of 8
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Has it for
Last Tuesday evening a public
meeting was held at the Commercial
Club rooms for the purpose of taking
steps to properly entertain the G. A.
It. encampment which meets in this
city on the liith of next month. The
attendance was not as large as it
might have been but a desire on the
part of all present to lend a helping
hand enlivened interest in the meet-
ing. It is necessary that some funds
be raised to defray necessary expen-
ses of entertainment and those pres-
ent pledged liberally and the citizens
who were not present will be waited
upon by a committee and it is hoped
that they will cheerfully and liberally
subscribe to raising funds necessary
to properly entertain the encamp-
MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP
There's nothin like doing a thing
throughly.Of all the Salves you ever
lieiird of, Bucklen's Arnica Salve is
the best. It weeps awav and cures
Burns, Sores, Bruises Cuts. Boils, Ul-
cers, Skin Eruptions and Piles. It's
only 25c, and guaranteed to givo sat-
isfaction by. Fred Reed. Druggist.
The Santa Fe will sell home seek-
ers excursions from Illinois, Iowa,
Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska—to
Oklahoma and Indian Territory at
one fare for the round trip plus two
dollars. Date of sale April 7 and 21
May 5 and 19 and June 2 and 16 1903.
Stop overs will be allowed on going
trip west of Emporia and Iola,
Kansas. No stop over allowed on re-
tnrn trip. Return limit 21 days from
date of sale. Write and tell your
folks back east'about this.
A. C. Mitchell, Agent.
The entertainmeut given last Fri-
day evening by the ladies of the
Presbyterian church was well atten-
ded and enjoyed by all present. The
play "How women transact busi-
ness in a business meeting" delight-
ed every body. After thirty minu
tes of hard labor to do some busi-
ness of great importance it was
noticed that time to go home had
long since passed and all the ladies
forgetting everything hastily took
their departure the president 1
as she was departing instruct- J
ing the secretary to see that J
minutes of meeting were written up '
in proper form showing that every j
thing had been done on strictly par-
liamentary lines. After the play a |
delicate luncheon was served in the
church parlors. Judge Bigger serv-
ed as master of ceremonies and
introduced the several numbers on
ROBBED THE GRAVE'
A startling incident, is narrated by
John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows:
"I was in an awtul condition. My sicin
was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in
back and sides, no appetite, growing
weaker day by day. Three physicians
had given ma up. Then I was advised
no use Electric Bitters; to my great
joy, the first bottle made a decided
improvement. I know thev rjbbed
the grave of another victim." No one
should fail to try them. Only 50 cents,
guaranteed, at Fred Reed, drug store.
MILLER & SON,
Norman Grocery Company,
..Is the Place to Get Good Things to Eat..
«r Give us a trial we can save you <r
Money if you trade with us
1st Door West of Agnes Hotel.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right
Given by Mrs. Gertrude M. Corey
Hicks of the Samuel R. Kelley school
of Oratory Boston, Mass, Assisted by
musical talent of Oklahoma for the
benefit of St. Joseph's church Fri-
day evening April 17, 1903.
Selection—Kerness from "Faust"
Guonod St. Saens.—Miss Amanda
Reading a Peculiar Attack—Hart
— Mrs. Hicks.
Vocal—Sing, Smile, Slumber—
Gounod—Miss Katherine McBride.
Violin Obligato—Mr. Lamprecht.
Reading—"The Lost Word"—Mrs.
Violin solo,—Selected—Mr. Wm.
Reading—Celeste. Arranged for
reading from "Under Two Flags''—
S. R. Kelley—Mrs. Hicks.
Lots of Good Things to Eat.
The Ladies Aid of the Baptist
church will hold an exchange in the
afternoon of Saturday April 18th in
the Citizen Bank building. We will
have chickens, salad, butter, bread,
cakes pies etc Come.
Socialist Called to Meet.
The Socialist of Cleveland county
are called to meet in Norman at the
Court House on Saturday April 25th
at 1 o'clock. Important business to
transact and the presence of all
socialist desired. By order of,
I. W. Stroupe,
i Below Is >lven tlie City Church Dir. |
metory unit the I'lisim* are earnestly ru. 9
quested to assist in keeping this dlrec- Q
tory corrected— city Editor.] .
Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Preaching 11:00 "
Junior ( hrlstian Endeavor, 3:00 pm
Senior 44 14 7:00 p in
Pivaching 8:00 pm'V
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening 8:00pui
ChoirPrajtice Friday evening 8:00 p-n
Kkv. a. Park, Pastor.
STOPSTHECOUGH AND WORKS
OFF THE COLD
Laxatixe Bromo-Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure No
pay. Price 25c.
Norman Lodge I. 0, 0- F-
The 84tli Anaversary of our be-
loved Order will be appropriately
observed on April 26th 1903. All Odd
fellows in gool standing will assem-
ble in the lodge room at 10 o'clock
a. m. dress in Regalia appropriate
to rank and station and March in a
body to the South M. E. church
j where a sermon will be preached.
Visiting brothers cordially invited
to be with us. By order of the lodge.
J. M. Bishop, Sec.
M. E. Church.
sabbath School lOOOam
Preach ing 11 00 a in
.Itmioi Epworth League 800pm
haworth League 7 00 pin
Preaching 8 00pm
Pra) or Meeting Wednesday e\ en ing 8 00 p m
Kkv. Porter, Pastor.
Sablmi h School g 55 a m \
froucliuiK 11 ooara ' >
Junior Endeavor jjoo p m
Senior 44 —. ^ 7 1"> a in
Preaching 8 15 p m
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 15 p in
Kkv. Rogers, Pastor.
a m ^
Sunday School „ 10 00
Junior Endeavor 3 00 p m
Senior " 4 00 pm
Preaching 8 30pm
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 30 pm
Yon are cordially invited to attend thes
services. Kliv. J. G. cmc A son, l'aator.
Sunday School D 45 a m
Junior 11. Y. P. U 400 pm
Senior If. Y. P. U 7 30 p m
Preaching 8 30pm
Choir Practice Satan lay 8 30 p m
Kkv. Sen.i.man. Pastor.
M. E. Church, South.
Sunday School 10 00 a m
Preaching 11 00 am
Kpworth League 4 00pm
Preaching 8 45 pm
d k. Wilson, Pastor.
Services every Sunday 10 00 am
Hkv. !• ATIIKIl METTEK, Priest.
Church of Christ.
Sunday School lOOOam
Preaching 8 00 p m 11 00 a m
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 00pm
J. X. Scott, P, Havill, Elders.
Preaching every Sunday 2 00pm
Kev. c. H. Jalbkek, Pastor.
Church services every Sunday at 3:30 o'clock.
J. K. Kobe, Pastor.
Having decided to close out our entire line of
Dry Goods, Hats,
..Shoes and Notions..
And devote our entire attention to our Grocery
line, we will, for the next
3Q DAYS SELL AT COST
Everything in Dry Goods line. The stock is all
new and up-to-date but must go. If you are
out on the hunt for bargains in dry goods we
have them to offer you. .....
Sunday School 94,r>an. V
Preaching 10 45 am >
uev. A. f. Mohkk, Pastor.
Seventh Day Adventists.
Sabbath School every Saturday 10 00 a m
fttelow is given a pnrtial lodge direc-
tory. \\ e kindly ask the other lodge8
of tl e city to hand in their schedule.
And earnestly request that the officers
of the (llllerent oiders, assist in keep-
ing the directory correct.]
AF. AND M. of Norman meets
♦ every first and third Monday
evenlnirs in the Masonic Hall over
ifKf Berry & Mcliinley's store.
S..I. wIt,kins, w. M.
W. 11. Blackmon, Sec,
✓""\11DE II EA^'I ERN STAR liieetsevrry second
I w mid fourth Mldav evening in each month
at 8:30 in Masonic llall.
Mas. E. H. Pylks, W. M.
Ed. c. Kixse. Sec.
AO. U. W. meets every Tues*
♦ day evening in the Work-
men Hall over the Boston store
H. P. Daniels, M. w.
.Jkss (jimsin, Recorder.
You will also find that we have one of
the nicest stocks of
'*• meets every Monday
fo/SEtS&A evening in the K. oi P. Hall
in the Uunyan Building
h. 11, fuller, c. c.
e. h. Kendall, v. 0.
E. M. M ai'ihb, K. ol P.&S.
\T7 OF W. meets every
iaCcjjfv * Vv • Thursday evening in
Woodmen hail ov -r Boston
V store. Dr. (lOODHK n, C, C.
K. K. M.\i ll is, C.
in the City and pay you the highest market prices for
all kinds of country produce.
Vincent & Sons,
Andy Berry Building East Main St., - Norman, Okla.
meets every Friday
evening in the K.ofP.
E. D. Scruggs, V. C.
m.S. Ckalle, Sec.
Ill O. F. meets every Thurs-
• day ♦•veiling In the Odd
j m. Anderson. n, u.
j, m. Bishop, Sec.
One Minute Go^gh Cure
For Coughs, Colds and Croup.
- ' 1 1 j
P ^ i' ■ i ■ P ^ ^ 1 F ^ * —
i' ^—H r:—c' ' j ~
Thi« signature in on every box of the genuin.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet.
the remedy that rnrea n ool<l In one day
Foley's Honey and Tar
for children,safe,sure. No opiates.
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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/m1/8/: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.