The Peoples' Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, September 17, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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Everything in Hardware.
Brown Cultivators, Kingman and Black
!/) Hawk Planters, Averey and King-
man Listers and Drills.
J ^ Anchor Buggies, ^
[I And all other first Class Implements.
Sold At Reasonable Prices
Thousands Have Kidney NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION,
The People's Voice,
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JOHN S. ALLAN
PICNIC A SUCCESS
The general impression of Nor-
man's big W. O. W. and Old Set-
tlers' picnic last Friday and Saturday
is that it was a success. There was
plenty of meat, bread and pickles for
everybody at both days' barbecue.
The meat was well cooked; the 'soup'
was pronounced fine by everyone
who tasted it, and we have heard no
complaint in any way.
As it is at all picnics, Some parts
of the program wee not exactly car-
ried out; other things were substitut-
ed, however, and everybody went
Addresses were made by I 'rot". I,
S. Buchanan, himself an old timer
here, Mayor James M. Grcsham and
Sovereign John l ux for the Wood-
men. Out of town speakers were
Judge Henry M. Furman, Congress-
man Scott Ferris, and Brant Kirk of
Oklahoma City. All made good talks.
The band boys did noble service
and furnished splendid music.
The roping contests both days at
the fair grounds drew large crowds.
The grounds were in bad shape and
worked a hardship on the ropers, of
which there were a large number. No
accidents occured, though some near
ones are reported. The first day
liincs Morris and Mildred Hawkins
tied for first place, the time being 35
seconds. The second day Mildred
Hawkins and Bud Johnson tied for
first, the time being M> seconds.
Only one singing cla - was able to
come up to the published require-
ments of the committee. That was
Franklin. A pri/e m" S-5 was award-
ed the class.
So much confusion was g"ing on
during the awarding of the small
prizes that so far we have not learn-
. ed who were the winners.
Mr. Frank N. Thompson and Miss
Ella M. Hall of near Newalla I
advantage of the offer of a long list
of premiums for a public wedding !
and became Mr. and Mrs. Thompson
Judge Sliarpe officiating. The $15 set
aside for second prize to the singing
class was also awarded them. They
collected their premiums .almost a
wagon load and went home happy.
Messrs. Larsh and Render have an-
nounced that if the farmers really
want a creamery and will show
enough interest in it to insure suffi-
cient patronage to run one, they will
build one and add to it an ice cream
factory. The plan of Messrs. Larsh
and Bender will be to manufacture
high grade butter, ice cream and per-
I'or over a year the matter of hav-
ing a creamery here has been under
discussion, thru the press and other-
wise. We understand that the Farm-
ers Union has had the matter up for
discussion several times and once la -1
spring the matter was taken up by
the business men here but action was
deferred until this fall to await the
result of crops this summer.
The whole county now bids fair to
market a reasonable crop in every-
thing. The time is ripe for a cream-
ery here and the farmers should mani
fest enough interest in the project lo
insure a creamery enough patronage
to cause one to be builded, especially
when the parties have been found
who are willing to build, if such pat-
ronage is insured them.
The beauty and importance of a
creamery becomes manifest when it
is considered that it brings in money
to the farmer at a comparatively
small cost of opeartion the whole year
around. The most prosperous locali-
ties in the United States today are
those where the principal industry is
I lie dairy business
The necessity for a creamery lure
becomes apparent when we consider
the fact that a good part of the east-
ern part of thi~ county is washy; that
some pasture grass ought to be sown
on it to prevent Mich washing; that
Bermuda grass does this; and that fin-
all}' Bermuda gr.i^s makes good pas
lure If llie farmers of the county who
have washy land would sod it down
to Bermuda, get some good cows, and
go into the dairy business, they would
soon get out of debt and not have
to work and drudge half -o hard as
tliey do now.
If every farmer around Norman
who has already expresed himself as
wanting to see a creamery started
here will «ee Mr. Render and pledge
him bis patronage of one if started
here, Messrs. Lar li and Render will
put up a creamery at once.
Farmers of Cleveland County this
is ^our opportunity!
rrl Suspect it
I cn to IHatl Oat.
Fill a battlecrcotnmoa glass with rpor
watef TCid IS' it Stand twenty-four hours,
a brick dust sedi-
ment , or settling,
J) stringy or niiiky
indicates an "ir:-
rion of the kid-
ceye, too Se-
quent desix^ to
pas9 it or pain in
the back are also symptoms that tell .you
the kidneys and bladder are out of order
and need attention.
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills almost every wish in correcting
rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys,
liver, bladder and every part of the urinary
passage. Corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wille or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne-
cessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
immediate effect of Swamp-Root is
soon realized. It stands the highest be-
cause of its remarkable
health restoring prop-
erties. If you need a
medicine you should
have the best. Sold by
druggists in fifty-rent 5
and one-dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle sent free
by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing-
liamtoii, N. Y. Mention this paper and
rememberthename, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root, and the address, BingUaiuton,
N. V., on every bottle.
The farmers of Cleveland county
have at last a chance to get a cream-
ery. All that will be required will be
an interest in the project.
C hattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 14.—De-
long Rice, manager of a lyceum bur-
eau, Monday addressed a communica-
tion to Dr. Cook and Commodore
Peary, offering each $100,000 for 20
joint debates on their respective
claims to the north pole discovery.
The offer contemplates holding the
opening debate in Carnegie hall and
the remainder in the principal cities
throughout the country. It also pro-
vides for a $25,000 forfeit the moment
the offer i> accepted.
Come To The
THE FARMERS HON PICNIC.
The Farmers Union picnic held at
the (irotts grove Wednesday after-
noon was not as largely attended as
the merits of the picnic warranted.
Si nething over 200 farmers were in
attendance and it would have been
exceedingly profitable to every farm
ir 111 the county it he had heard the
splendid speeches delivered by J_). J.
Neal of Texas, J. W. Crawford of
Comanche county, Sam Hampton of
Oklahoma City and Mr. Langston of
the Federation of Labor of Oklaho-
ma City. The farmers present pro
nounced Mr. Neal and Mr. Crawford?
speeches among the best they ever
heard delivered to farmers on thing
of direct interest to them.
The farmers after producing the
product permit some body else to
fix the price he shall be paid for th
same. The farmer si. on Id have some
thing to say about the price and this
is one of the things the Farmers Un-
ion was organized for and while it
has made some progress it lias not
been as successful as it should have
been, and all beeau.-e of the want of
active co-operation on the part of the
farmers themselves. The farmers in
Kansas around Larned by active co-
operation Estimate that within the
past three years in the handling of
their wheat they have secured three
cents per bushel more for their crop
than before they co-operated, and es-
timate that thi~ amounts to over $50.-
(KH) to them. They only have one lit-
tle $10,000 elevator yet they have
handled one-half of the wheat crop
marketed in Larned during the past
three years, and there are six eleva-
tors and two flouring mills in Larned.
The farmer around Larned when he
markets Ins wheat if lie doesn't sell
it to the farmers elevator gives the
farmers ele\ator one cent per bushel.
Thi- makes the other elevators pay
t,vo cents per bushel more for wheat
than tin farmers elevator can pay;
and the men in the market to buy
wheat looks for wheat where it can
be bought and they know that if the
farmers have it that they can pro-
cure it through the farmers elevator,
if it can be procured at all. The
farmers elevator at Lamed is a divi-
dend payer to stockholders. It is
knocking the wheat brokers to smith
ereens and taking the wheat from the
farm direct to the mill. The market-
ing of cotton and all farm products
can be handled in the same manner.
Intelligent co-operation on the part
of the farmer- is all that is needed.
JTat'.ep i« hereb fjiven that the
tlrm of -i, 1C. Mc< all <fc • . . c.mMii'ii r
of S. K. c * of V'--m -n Okl^* ' <1
i£, filitxn, Ot A'.iC , Tr.X. «. i'J> ti,I*
ua;. been dusol ved by clui j;.l cur.stnt.
All account* due the old Sfrn are
payable to the S. K. McCalf Com-
pany, and the 3 K. McCall Company j
assumes all the liabilities of the old
The old firm wishes to extend their
thank- and appreciation of the busi-
ness given them by their many cus-
S. K. McCALL, Norman, Okla.
E. Hotan, Waco, Texas.
We pay the highest cash price
for poultry. F. J. McGlINLEY
MAY SUCCEED EMBRY.
A. H. Huston, district judge of the
Eleventh Judicial district who is said
to be slated to succeed John Embry
as United States attorney for the
Western district of Oklahoma says;
"Yes, 1 have been tendered the posi-
tion, and am considering the matter."
f' AUtVI .1/CHViN^
0-UK LOW RATES, j
Promptness in Closing L >aiu hihI
Furnishing the Money.
IS SUCH i HA ' YOU WILL NOT
LOOK FUR I HER.
It Will Pav You
State Investment Company,
NORMAN, OKI AHOMA.
k a is a a t - - - d ■
District Court convenes nex Mon
day. There will he no jury called
for this term of court Judi'e McMil-
lan during that there were not en
ough of Jury cases to try to warrant
him in incurring the expense of a
jury cases will go over to tue winter
The Jefferson school enrollment
started off Monday with 470. To date
it is about 500. It will reach 600 by
this time next week if expectation-
Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or Lumbago it is
absolutely essential, in order to obtain satisfactory results,
that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the
Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy
will be found more satisfactory than
DeWitt'a Little Early Risers the
pleasant, safe, sure easy little liver
pills. Sold by Harbour & Sons.
For A Complete Line of
School Books Are '^ash
The Cubanette 5C Cigar .
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
The old firm of S. K. McCall & Co.,
having been dissolved by mutual
eonsent, has this day incorporated
under tl.e state laws of Oklahoma,
and under tbe style o' the S. K Mc-
The ne* lirin feels thiit with addi-
tion! capital and larger stock ihey
i',tn bet'e' serve the many customers
of the old linn We have added an
additional -"> feet frontage and win
carry a much larger stock than ever
before. We earnestly solicit from
the friends of the old firm their pat-
ronage, and to all the people trailing
in Norman we ask for a share of
your patronage, fully believing iliat
we are In " better position to serve
you than ever before
The S. K. McCall Company.
a Sprained Ankle.
As usually treated a sprained ankl ■
will disable the injured person for
a month or more, but by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment and observ
ing the directions with each bottle
faithfully, a cure may, in most cases,
be effected in less than one week'-
time. This liniment is a most remark
able preparation; try it for a sprain
or a bruise, or when laid up with
chronic or muscular rheumatism, and
you arc certain to be delighted with
the prompt relief which it afford
For sale by Barbfaur & Soils
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
Delays are dangerous. There is no more com-
mon complaint than Kidney complaint. Nature
always gives due warning and failure to heed
same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, Bright's
Disease, or some other serious affection of the
Kidneys. Pineules are readily and naturally ab-
sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving
out the poison due to disordered conditions of
the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood
and invigorate the entire system. The first dose
will convince you that Pineules will do all we
claim for them. Get a bottle TO-DAY.
Pineules are put up in two sizes; $1.00 and 50 cents. The dollar fcize contains
J'-f times as much as the 50 cent size.
JOHN W. KENNEDY & CO. Chi cago, U. S. A.
FOR SALE BY U. 1). LINDSAY.
R. II. PENDLETON.
Doctor of Dental Surgery
Office over cny National Bank
Norman «>. |
WHAT 00 YOU WANT?
lf>ou want land for "Land Sake"
see me. If you want lots, 1 have
lots of lots, and if you want a home
don't roam, but come to my office
at once and 1 can get you Anything
A. R. EDDINGTON.
J. A. Rooey of Davison, Oklalioin ',
is in Norman arranging t6 put two
i>i bis daughters in the University.
R. C. Berry returned Saturday
from St. Louis where he went a week
ago to buy -tuck for his big store.
J Will cry public sales in Cleveland and McClain counties. £
T Terms reasonab'e, satisfaction gfir,.nteel.
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, James Cow an
OF MOORE, OKLA.,
Who only a few years a^o placed his name before the
Loan Companies of the East as "THE FARMERS
FINANCIER" has made arrangements whereby lie
can make FABM LOANS, making the mortgage di-
rect to tbe capitalist without the middleman assign
ment in the consideration. He is making some good
loans in Cleveland and Oklahoma counties. The
money is ready as soon as the papers are approved at
his office. If you desire a Farm Loan it will pay to see
James A. Cowan,
The Farmers Financier.
OFFICE: Up stairs over the Bank of Moore.
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