The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, February 26, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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ARE YOU SEEKING
Investments for the New Year.
PEOPLF. PABTf NATIONAL
YOU can invest your money so that it will double in value in a sliort time if you
will use ordinary judgment. All that you need to do is to compare and see
what others have donein Oklahoma City by investing in additions that lie close
in so as to get the benefit of the development that must soon take place.
The History of Financial Struggle
And success is one of fascination interest to mankind. It is a story of hopes and dis-
• pointments, of struggles, failures and success, of seeking and finding, of planting
and growing, of long struggles and tardy reward of little efforts and great results. It
is interesting to all men because of the search for honorable conquest and the effort
for legitimate gain are both human and characteristic of all mankind and justifiable
and right. You may gain a fortune as an inventor or an investor, but in either or
both you must exercise good judgment if you wish to make a success.
The Classen Co.,
Have placed on the market an addition that lies directly between the UNIVERSITY
and the main business portion of NORMAN. This addition has been graded and
planted to trees, a fine boulevard of one hundred feet wide runs through the center of
this addition which will give ample room for all the travel and provides for a right-
of way for a street railway when needei. In this addition there is also a reservation
of a block for a public school building. The question to be considered in contem-
plating an investment is the future of Norman, will it continue to grow ? In answer
the investor has only to make comparison with other cities in the states that are
fortunate enough to have the state University located in there city. Besides the edu-
cational advantages, it has an excellent agricultural country surrounding it which
alone would insure Norman to make a city.
Convention to Meet in Springfield, 111.,
on July 4th, 1904.
The National Committee meeting
representing both willis of the
Peoples Part}' at meeting held in
St. .Louis the tirst of this week in a
harmonious meeting called a nation-
al convention to meet iu Springfield,
Illinois, on July 4th for the purpose
of nominating candidates for Presi-
dent and Vice-president and to elect
a National Chairman.
I ANOTHER CASE OF RHEUMATISM CURED
BY CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM.
The efficacy of Chamberlain's pain
bairn in ih« relief of rheumatism is be-
ing demonstrated daily. Parker Trip-
I lett, of ^rigsby, Va., says that Chatn-
| berlain's pain balm gave him perman-
ent relief from rheumatism in the
buck when everything else failed,and
he would not be without it.For sale by
Fred Rjed .
Long Time Low Rates |
MONEY ADVANCE TO MAKE]
See W. H. HOLSINGER,
Norman, Okla., or write
WINNE & WINNE
MORGAN & GRIESMER
Real Estate Transfers.
H. R. Hmyer to H. H. Everett lots
22, block 41, Noble. $115.
John E. Richie to Thomas H.
Little lots 17, 18, block 16, Lexington.
Etfte L. Ingle to J. E. Pennington
part lots 3 and 4 and e isw } 19 9 2.
Henry W. Tate to A E Tate nw i
22 7 le. 11000.
13 C. Standard to Marion R. Carp-
enter e h nw J IG ti le. $1200-
American C. Bowman to James S.
Bowman svv 1-4 sec 24 10 3w. $1.00.
Wails & Fseiex to Elizabeth A.
Howery se 1-4 20 9 le. $2500.
rayMerloiM < i rriDiifctmice.
One was pa'.e and sallo v and the
other fresn and rosy. Whence the dif-
ferenceV She who is blushing with
heaith uses Dr. King's Now Life Pills
to maintain it. By gently arousing the
lazy organs they compel good diges-
tion and head off constipation. Try
them, Only 2oc, at Fred Reed.
Burned to a Crisp.
Two young men, Card Black and
Cecil Hogget were arrested for drunk-
ness and thrown into the jail at
Mountain View, Oklahoma, last Mon-
day night and Tuesday morning they
were found burned to a crisp. It is
thought that bedding in jail caught
fire from a lighted cigarette. This
should serve as a warning to young
men who are in the liabit of taking
j on a cargo of "boozer."
(First published January 29,1904.)
Notice of Publication.
In the District Court of Cleveland County
G. L. Summers—rialntitl
Mrs Grace Hooper, now Mrs. Grace Coulter,
Dave Hooper, her former husband, ukluho-
mu lie:try, wife ot Oklahoma llerry, Ike
lterry, a minor child of Thomas Kerry, de-
ceased, Embry Berry, a minor child of
Thomas Kerry .deceased—Defendants.
To the above defendants, Mrs. Grace Hooper,
now All's. Grace Conner, Oklahoma Berry,
and Mrs. Oklahoma Kerry, wife ol Oklahoma
Kerry, Ike Kerry, minor child of Thomas
Berry, deceased,and Knibry Kerry,a minor
child of Thomas Kerry, deceased:
You and each of you are hereby notified
that you have been anedluthe above named
court by the above named plaintiff, G. I.
summers, in the above entitled cause, and that
the petition therein was tiled in the oflice of
the clerk hereof on the 5th day of November
KI03 and that plaintiff tor cause of action
alleges that he is the owner In fee simple and
In the possession ot lot numbered fourteen (14)
ill block seven ft], of the city of Norman,
Cleveland county, Oklahoma and that the do*
fendants and each of them claim to have some
riKlu title,and Interest therein adverse to plain-
tiff, but whatever rlcht, title or Interest they
have therein is subject, Junior and Interior to
I plaintiff's snlil title and asking that you and
each of you be forever barred and .-topped from
having or claiming to have any l ight, title or
Interest therein and demanding that the title
thereto be quieted In plalntttt, and that you
must answer the petition filed therein by sniu
pinlntiff on or before the 12th day ol March,
l!i04 or said petition will be taken us true, and
ujudgmcnt rendered against you and each of
mmi therein prayed. k. M. Heglkr,
[seal] * Clerk.
B. F. Williams, Deputy.
Mosier & Dudley,—Attya.
Notice -- After
Feb. 6th, the
coal dealers of
Norman will sell
coal for cash
Two 50 foot lots 240 feet deep
facing University Boulevard for sale
at a bargain if taken soon. For
particulars inquire at this office.
The People's Voice.
lliLAN & UIXSE, Publishers
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PUBLISHED It VERY FRIDAY.
Entered at the postoftice, Norman, ntciuho-
<na Territory, for tran mu"ton through the
mall9as second-dims matter.
JOHN S. ALLAN Editor
The first democrat national con-
vention ever held in this country
was in 1832, at which convention
Andrew Jackson was nominated for
his second term. In this campaign
the platform, which was the first
ever set forth by the democratic
party, there were but three planks in
it. I he first plank declared in favor
of "internal improvements at the
expense of the federal government,"
the secotid plank declare.) in favor
of "honest money," and the third
plank favored a "protective t.uiff."
Will some democrat ple.ise point tis
to the Andrew Jackson plank in the
Democratic national platform of to
da)? Two of lackson's planks have
slipped in tq, the national republi
can platform and over the question
of internal improvements being
made at the expense of the Federal
government there is no controv-
OKLAHOMA DEMOCRATS FAVOR AN
The democratic politicians in Ok-
lahoma are clamoring for an early
convent: >n to nominate a candidate
for delegate to congress and will
probably hold their territorial con-
vention prior to the holding of the
"As one of the democratic aspir-
i ants for congressional honors puts
lit. "There is going to be something
jarred loose at the St. Louis con
! vention or I will miss my guess, and
f we democrats of the territory want to
get together as early as possible and
'tie our populistic friends up as tight
as we can, before the holding of the
By holding an early convention
the democrats in Oklahoma will
be able to endorse the Chicago and
Kansas City democratic national
platforms and should they wait until
after the national convention they
might be called upon to stand up
for Grover and a national platform
furnished by Grover and democrats
of his way of thinking, and if such
be the case how could a democrat
in Oklahoma have the gall and
brass to go before the voters in Ok-
lahoma and even attempt to make
a campaign speech. The chances
now are very good that after the St.
Louis convention there will scarcely
be enough democrats left in Okla-
homa to fill the appointive offices
should a democratic president be
: elected. The lemocratic politicians
in oklahoma who imagines that he
can 1 o tie up any Populists by the
' holding of an early convention this
: year is a "chump" of the very first
! water. A Peoples Party man is no'
going to be ltd into the Grover
Cleveland camp ami from two
I thirds to three fourths of the demo-
cratic voters in Oklahoma are not
j i^oing to clitub into the democratic
teorganizers' band - wagon. The
j democrats in Oklahoma are likely
[to wake up after July 7th and find
themselves all Populists except a
very few. The democrats in Okla-
homa,shoukf they desire to nominate
a candidate for delegate to congress
should hold their convention at an
early date; for we fear if they wait
I until after the national convention
I their members will be so few
! that it will be a very diffi
cult matter to get enough demo-
| crats together in Oklahoma to hold
XuHi ly Forfeit* 111* Life.
, A runaway almost ending fatally,
started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J
B. O' ner. Franklin Grove, III. For
four years it defied all doctors and al!
j remedies But Hucklen's Arnica
Salve had no trouble to cure him.
Kquaily good for hums, bruises, skin
eruptions and piles. 25c at Fred
Reed drug store.
The War in the East.
Tne war news still tells of Japanese
successes and Russian disasters. The
Japs have taken in four more Rus-
sian torpedo boats and in a land bat
tie fought on the 16th inst the Rus-
sians sustained a loss of over 2,500
men and were driven back by the
Japanese forces. It looks very much
as though the Japs were going to
prove as formidable on land as on sea
The Japs feel confident of cleaning
up the Russian forces in Manchuria
within two months time.
It is reported, but report is not coil
firmed, that in a second attack on
Fort Arthur the Japs lost four war
vessels and two transports. The
Japanese refuse to credit the report.
A big array of Japanese are march-
ing into northern Korea and a clash
between the armies of Russia and
Japan is expected to take place soon
At a meeting of the board of di-
j rectors of the Arline Home it was
i decided that on the tirst of January
j they would open the Home to all
| students and other parties desiring
| rooms and board. All rooms are
; neatly furnished including steam
I beat and electric lights. For ?ny
j further information inquire of
1 .Miss callie Grahamm Matron.
Dress Making and Plain Sewing-
We pay CASH for
Will do dress making and everything we purchase.
plain sewing at my home just We sell coal and feed
west of the East Side Public strictly for cash.
school building'. NORMAN MILLING
25-4t Mrs. J. E. Gilkey. j GRAIN CO
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK
Whan you take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic because the formula y
plainly printed on every bottle shoi.
«g that it is simply Iron and Quinine
n a tasteless form. No cure, No paw-
Busieess With the Probate Judge.
Lady: Are you the Judge of Re-
Judge: I am the Judge of Probate.
Lady: I guess you are the man.
Well, my husband died destested
leaving nine small infidels of whom I
am chief, Now I want to be appoint-
ed their executioner and get letters
of condenation to diminish the estate
as fast as possible.
Robt T. Johnson 27
Essie E. Rolater 22
Theodore W. Dixon 23
Janje Davis 23
Geo. Hopper 23
Dora DeWitt 16
John T. Ward 21
Give nature three helps, and
nearly every case of con-
sumption will recover. Fresh
air, most important of all.
Nourishing food comes next.
Then, a medicine to control
the cough and heal the lungs.
Ask any good doctor.
" I first used Ayer's Cherry Peetorn} 53 yenrs
apo. I have seen terrible eases of lunjr dis-
eases cured by It. I ton never without It."
am but u. Hamilton, Marietta, Ohio.
We pay GASH for
everything we purchase.
We sell coal and feed
strictly for cash.
NORMAN MILLING &
Goes to the Phillipines.
Burt Edwards writes his parents
frotn Denver, Colorado, that he has
accepted a government position as
book-keeper and sails from San Fran-
cisco on the 5fJi of March for the
Phillipine islands to enter upon his
duties in the government service.
We pay CASH for
everything we purchase.
We sell coal and feed
strictly for cash.
NORMAN MILLING &
The Panama Canal treaty which
has been the cause of so much debate
in the United States Senate was rati-
fied by a vote of 6fi to 14 last Tuesday.
| One half of the democratic senators
yoted for the ratification of the
Health demands daily action of iho
bowels. Aid nature with Ayer's Pills.
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, February 26, 1904, newspaper, February 26, 1904; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117757/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.