The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, October 23, 1903 Page: 2 of 8
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A Webster's Unabridge Dictionary
, w iiiej Class
•fee i:;j tri.a *«d *lf ®- • ' * mfti-'-e tvvm of Presbyterian
midntr Before comm °* m
>t der* e m <k,ucfc. Oct, ^ 5 to i p. m.
to «h* «i::ca k«>'t sew®.
hid * ntis? «n«etj g on the >"•«?' 0
given away by
Kta&ng "Wisdom" Job 2?. Mrs. Al-
Univer*; r Hi!l and e*cc«d the Drilu ^ booSti of Old Testaraent
"•ofew i for :h* fitrto<>n by *d- Estimates of Book of Job (a; Car*
- . .v. to rj pcj * tide's 5> Froude's
joon :c; < ">•<• *> « C«.Uri~. ~ Tb.. top,i.," Mr.,
obliged «> «" "t5°
ia ceee adjoanse*. i Outline of book of Job.
cess '■ by !*o drjonier?, *- f^jjjanion with Prologue of "In
fornix 2nd ali maiched to tfci Mensor;am, Mrs. Heddeus.
station \ comcsiuee of tie boy* Reaiing: ooem Mrs. Boyd.
had hired a dray, placed cr,>« All ladies cordially invited.
beams on she box, .«-d tw . .iass Teachers Examination-
eDgih wise and decorated the Tte nelt examination for teachers
f ~ whole :n crmson and cream. Fou- be held at the court house in
Tn pvprv nurchaser of goods to the amount of .SI0.i,„gtlt,.u.^ *
I O ever> pui V.IIQO |tonguc ind was ready. LhouM read up on the school laws of
' The train soon cam;. Bitorc " OWahoma and course of study for
I had stopped one of me L'°*s WJS (jjjtrict schools as these will be in-
' palled oft, and hoisted to the .Juded with the other branches,
shoulders of the boys and carried f. b Swank, Supt.
to the wagon. As soon as thej --
. others were loaded in a like manner Market.
the boys harnessed themselves to Wheat ]]]""£* 40c
, the ropes and went down Ma n 2.) to 25c
street on the run. After a good
<m MARKS MILLER ^
o every purchaser of goods to the amount of S10.
sold and we will *U voti goods f worn and out of date goods for your
nv^ you that we mean what we say:* < *
Dress outing worth 7 1-2 cents
price 4 3-4 cent per yard.
Good yard wide domestic 6 1-2 cents
our price 4 3-4 cents per yard.
Good yard wide bleached domestic
worth 7 1-2 cents our price 5c yd.
Heavy woolen tailor made skirts
cheap at S2.50 ourprice $1.50.
Skirts well worth S3.75 our priceS2.50
We have skirts in all qualities up to
9U . — Cotton in Lint per cwt....H7.r to K.1K)
parade all turned into a side stree. Cotton ;n 8eed " " 2.70 to 2.85
and had an experience meeting it
which all the team took part.
Although the two games played
Our prices in men's clothing ^"JS^.^uVmSo
sui^M'o^"will'^nd exce^Tuonatly well tailored and fitting as perfectly as any
suits you will find elsewhere for Slo.oo.
spent MORK THAN $100(1.
W W. Baker of Plainview Neb.,
werVhard fought yet the boys were wrUes; >*7 «£?«££ from lunj
not badly bruised and no one ser"!anumber of doctors and spent over
\ I -..« a. it^r h .fump vp.rv
Rev. J. E. Murphey and family re-
turned to tbe r home in Capron,
Oklahoma, after a few days visit
wite Mr. Murphey's parents.
a nuraoer ui uuw -i
31000 without relief. See became very
low and lost all hope. A friend recom-
mended Foley's Honey and I ar and
thanks to this groat, remedy Heaved
her life. She enjoys better health
than she has known in ten years. He-
fuse substitutes. Barbour & Son 8.
We ca-rv the celebrated Star hat, no better hat made. In a Sl.oo hat we
We ca ry tne offer you exceptionally good value.
« ,pfmpnf vou will find the celebrated Clover leaf brand
In our shoe department you ^ carry the Tenent shoe
which once worn vou will wear D„n(,0|a shoes, soft as a kid glove and
which has a fine reputation. Ladies Uongoia sn , Men's
very flexible worth $1.75««^'n'y'^f|cJ%f.00 Our Clover leaf $2.50,
fine satin calf shoes worth $. P excelled by any shoe manu-
$J.OO and UP to 5.00 brand "'/^Sw you whit we have to offer and
factured. Com*. in and ... don't ask you to buy. All we ask is
rhrPre^ne1eao? SVou' T.l to o/fer. Asa token of our
appreciation of your patronage we will give
ftttiii! te'l i 's Hi Mom."
To every cash purchaser of goods to the amount of
$10.00 while our stock of Dictionaries holds out. *
We buy cotton, so hunt us up when In the city with cotton to sell.
Yours for business,
The Norman Development Co.
Will have a public sale of lots in
to Norman on
Saturday, October 31st, 1903,
at 1:30 o'clock p. m.
Terms: 1-3 cash, 1-3 in 3 months and 1-3 in
6 months without interest or 5 per cent
discount for cash.
Come out and buy a location for a home
in the highest and most healthful portion of
(1 •< rge Duncan is not playing foot
ball this year.
Adolph Gardner went home to
Wynnewood, 1. 1the i<Vh.
The terra colta trimming* are
coming in for the Science Hall
Min Marion Hughes went home
for Saturday and Sunday bst week
Willard Gorton came in Wednes
(1 iy to ipend a few dayi with fronds
Terr ill and Clark are two "f ti <■
new men who went to lex s la-
The girli o' the University ron ai
the gymnasium the ijth to o'gan'z
basket ball teams.
Mis* Pearl Hutchinson pent las
Saturday and Sunday with her
parents near Moore.
Mi • Josephine < .-u'< went t<
Oklahoma City last Friday for a
short visit with home folk'
Miks Lena Stubble fit I I < ame in a
fews :'go to continue i ' study of
music ;it the Uni.
O. C. Peppson is a member of
the preparatory organization and al-
so superintendent of the Pleasant
Valley Sunday School.
Did yon see the bon fire on the
campus Tuesday night; that ment
that the University had beaten the
two strongest teams in the south.
Prof. Coles was matter of cere-
riii i.its at tlie in s meeting I uesday
and also of the street parade.
Professor says he still feels like a
a school boy.
Since the Texa„ game Darling has
decided to be a football man. Mc-
Mahon says wc needed a fast man
vrr; much at Austin, alas for Mc-
As prizes to users of
N. B." and "L. B." FLOUR.
H. E Everest anil C. T. Kirk
went to Oklahoma City Tuesday to
arrange with the bus ness men and
(•t. cis tli'.re f"r ill" support of a
footba'l game bciwecn O. U. and
• exis Univeisity for November U
Skiisfactory" an angctuents were
made - ' the Varsity boys meet the
Texas meets the University at Ok
lahoma City the 13th of November.
They are coming up in a special I
train. We certainly ought to go up
from here as strong as they come
all the way from Austin.
The University* football boys
play Fairmount college of Kansas
next Monday at Oklahoma City.
Everyone who is contemplating a
trip to the city shon'd arrange to go
that date and attend the game.
The Big Four, plus one, went to
the city of fair God on very im
portant business last Friday. I hey
stoutly deny that they expected in
ridently to attend the Ringling
Brothers show. Query: Who art
the Big Fours?
Mis. M. L. Redwine of Potta-
watomie county returned home the
I six'petith after a few days visit with
I hrr nephew Henry Redwine of the
Uidvrr.it). II ,r' returned with
his aunt to ipend Saturday and
Ta 'Varsity Team Mat,
The University football te^.m
came home Tuesday afternoon on
With every 160 sacks of "N. B." and L. B.
Flour pui chased from the Merchants
in Norman and vicinity.
A Handsomely Decorated Dinner Set
ol 42 Pieces.
Will be given FREE to holders of lucky num-
bers upon the following plan:
MPi-chauts will be supplied with books continuing KiO numbers
PHcli. upon tljp cover of which, uuder senl, is the number drawing
tbe prize for that book. For every 50 pound suck of "N. B." or "L.
ii " 11 mi- vou purchase liuve your name written in the book opposite
the number sou select. When the numbers are all taken the seal
on the r ver will be broken and the person whose name is opposite
Hip corresponding number in the book, will receive an order on us
for the beautiful set of dishes above described. These dinner sets
if purchased in thp usual way would cost $10.00
\\ jin,er8 names will bo published 111 this paper 11s fast as prizes
Patronize the homo mill and secure one of these valuable presents.
Norman Milling' and Grain Co,
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, October 23, 1903, newspaper, October 23, 1903; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117721/m1/2/: accessed July 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.