The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 11, 1897 Page: 4 of 8
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The best is the cheapest, in the
long run....We have it and will
sell it at lower price* than you
ever bought anything anywhere
near as good....All we ask is,
that you come and see our OIL
and get our prices—the oil and
the prices will do the rest....We
have Black Oil, too, if you want
it,—good of its kind, and don't
cost hardly anything.
While we're talking about oils
why not buy some Kish Oil to
keep the flies off your horses?
You'll save five times the cost
of the Oil in horseflesh, saying
nothing about the satisfaction
of driving a horse not worried
(death with flies.
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
R. J. WEEKS,
The Leading - Druggist.
'lican executive or judicial officer
ever thwarted the interest* of cor-
The Republican papers of this
territory are pleading for time for
the Republican party to restore
prosperity. They say it is unreas-
onable for the opposition to expect
( prosperity to be restored in a day
, by the Republican party, but they
fail to show the same spirit towards
' Delegate Callahan. They are con
tinually slurring him because he
doesn't do something for the terri-
tory, when they know as a matter of
fact that no man living could do
anything with Speaker Reed block-
ing everything (but tariff) by refus-
iug to appoint the house commit-
tees. What could Flynn have done
, in that situation ?
Consumption, Cough* and Cold* I can-
iMit av enough for It* merit*." Dr.
King'* New Discovery for Consumption,
Cough. and Cold* i* not an experiment.
It ha* been tried fur n quarter of a cen-
tury, and to-day stand* at the head. It
never disappoint*. Free trial bottlei at
Blake A Heed's Drug Store.
Township N. 8. Conventions
To the townxhip president of the
Sunday school awtociation of Oklaho-
ma. Now that the time of holding |t- *• slocum, n^.,thkubjcatm?he *18T
township Sunday school conventions
Itob't. Pyles, the barber, has fltlad I curable disease heyond a y doubt,
up one ol the Bne* Iwrber *hup*t i Then* will be nwmi.Ukeio aending—
the city in first building Eae> of Iron the mialake will tte in overtaking the j
front livery barn. He ha.- afco lilted , Doctor's generous iavitaticw. He h*
up an excellent bath room in eonnec-' n file in hi Aiuer ean mid European
lion and his warm and eold water al- j Laboratories lhou*i d of testimonials
ways on hand for baths al any time of (of experience from rtose cured, in all
day. He will itell \ou a ticket good j |*rls of the world.
fi;r five baths for $! 00. Delays art dungeroas. mail your N*
dms to T. A. Slucuro, M. < M PlM
fitreet, New York, and vthen writing the
Doctor, please mention reading Ibisar-
ticle in IhU paper*
THE It K.ST .IKWKI.KIi IN OK-
W. R. NASON, •
In Weeks' Drug Store, guarantees all
his work.—Will sell new good*
Cheaper than anybody.
The People's Voice.
SrHSCRIPTlON $1.00 PKK year.
publish iD ■ very FRIDAY.
The Republican party is meeting
with a vast amount of trouble with
its tariff measure pending in con-
gress. There are some Republicans
in congress who are growing fearful
of their constituency and threaten
to support the l'ettigrew anti-trust
amendment to the Dingley bill. If
they support this amendment the
objects of the bill, which were to re-
pay the trusts for their contributions
to the Republican campaign fund,
will be defeated. If they refuse to
support this amendment they will
ALLAN & RIXSE Publishers.'be cau8hl red-handed in the act of
supporting a measure in the interest
1 of the trusts, and the Republican
j party will go on record as. favoring
| protection for the trusts and op-
AND SCIENTIST, OKFKK8 TO SKND
Mm TO THI AKKI.lt TKU.THKKK
UfflJIOflll NKVVKV IMS-
OOVKKKD RKMKDIK* TO
AND ALL LUNG
Nothrntf could b« fairer, wore philan-
thropic,. or carry wore joy iw its wake
than the- offer of T. A. Slocum*. M. C.,of
96 PIm ilfMl, Nt w York City*
Confident that he has dictcuorered an
adrtolute cure for conftumptioir and all
pulmonary com plainly, and to akeiU
Xreal merits known, he will aewd, free,
three boll tot (the Sloeuiu newr system
of medicine) to any render wh# is suf-
fering from chesty throat an^ lung
troubles or consuni|tion.
He invites those otesiriouft off htain-
inir the re.medies to simply ae«d him
their expreM and postottice address,ami
receive in return the three fr**e littles
Kntervd a! the pottolWee, Norman, Ok Ik ho* posed to protection for the people.
ma Territory, f«>t traiiMiiiMlon through the « ■
mailt aa •econd-<laa« matter.
A Democratic exchange says,
JOHN S. ALLAN Kditor j "There should be fusion all along
:he line in 1898. The only condi-
To the Populists of Cleveland
tion should be that the parties
tOlinty. I thereto should accept the Chicago
The fopuiuuof Cleveland canty «re lien- j |atform ,he financ'| plank [coinre-
by mi«t«le.l to meet In conlerence t opera i . 1
bouse in Norman on Saturday, I p. m., Jniw is. demption nioneyl especially. How
for the purpose of taking action in matter of j wouid it do to amend, by inserting
tending delegate to llie Nashville Conference 1 .
u>t*iieut July .vi. i«it. it i hopo<t all the Omaha platform, in place of
Populists of the county will «tt*twi thi« meet. "Chicago platform " ? Again: "The
Uig. A. D. II1CKOK, (Co. Clrni.) ... , ,, ...
m .i (secy) silver Republicans and Populists
whe supported Bryan are to all in
As a straddler the old Noncon. tents and purposes Democrats." As
shows an agility surprising in one of to the Populists, our impression is
its age. It is "agin" fusion with all Not Yet, Not Quite ! Again: "This
its might, and "ferninst" the anti- j paper would suggest that the fusion
fusionists with all its strength. j-an be best arranged by a meeting
♦ jof the national executive commit-
There are i,6oo relief bills for (ees Qf the parties interested." It
old soldiers, waiting action in the wsuld be interesting to see Chair-
House, but they can't be touched, j man Butler call meeting at the be-
becauss Czar Reed refuses to ap-j hest of the Democratic arrangers
point the committees to consider | when he has refused to do so at the
them. ' request of our own people. Will he
... . I dare do it now.
The Kansas City Star mildly ob-1 ^ ^
jecls to our statement that "A ship
is building," etc. Of course "is be-
ing built" is the more common ex-
pression, but there is grammatical
authority for the correctness of
" is building." The Star shouldn't
monkey with the dialect of the Ath-
ens of Oklahoma.
has arrived we would kindly urge upon
each township president to hold such a
convention as early as convenient In
the most central part of township, pro-
vided he can tind a suitable grove or
arbor, in which to hold said conven-
tion. Always giving notice of time
and place through the county pa|wrs,
at least two or three weeks before
hand. The county Sunday school con-
vention will not lie held till about Au-
gust and we desire to have all the
townships hold their conventions
prior to that time. We would suggest
that a^your convention you obtain the
assistance of good men who will de-
liver enthusiastic talks on general
Sunday school work. Men who are al-
ways abounding in the works of thei Already this "new scientific course of
, , . , , , wiiii. medicine hM permanently curettlhou-
Lord. Such men as Judge W illiams. of appare7Uv hop*!"** rHw.
Kx-Judge \V ilk ins, I'rof. IteH.irr. Prof., He omlUers it his rel Ik iou dirty—a
I'ralle and many others who stand duty which he owes to humanity—to
ready tohelphoom the grand Sunday his iniViltihle trure.
. , , V1 f ____ ! Offered fre«4y, apart from its init«renl
school work. I. M. Littlk. , „ren>fth |h e..«.uKh to commend la. and
M. Met ulux'uh, President. more so is the-perfect confidence of the
Secretary. i jcrent chemist making the offer.
He has proven consumption to be a
SOMETHING TO KNOW.
H may be worth something 10 know
that the rery best medicise for restor-
in* the tired out nervous system to 11
healthy vigor is Heetric letters. This
medicine is purely vegetable, acts by
giving tone to the a«*rve ct-«lres in the
stomach, gently stimulaie« the liver
and kidneys, and aid* these organs in
throwing of impurities m the blood.
Electric Bitters io prave ibe apj>etite,
aid* digestion, and is pronounced by
those who kave tried it as the very
nest blood porifier and merve tonic.
Try it. Soli for die. or £) 1)0 per bot-
tle at Biake & Heed's Drug Store.
W. S. HAMILTON, M. D.
Syerlal atlenrivii to Chraalo I>ls-
and of Women nn«l
iiffK i: Over NosriiiAn State- llnnk.
T. K. BKKItY. W. J. JACKSON.
Attorneys - jit - Tmw
NORMAN*. O. T.
Real Ksti«te Mortgages,
I-tal Estate Mortuafje Kelease.
Chattel MVirtgagn Release.
Bills or SvJe.
Promissory Notes, htc., Etc.
headhjuartehs, Dallas, tex.
i Atoka. X T., Ft. Smith, Aak., Fa on ,
Kans., Djuver, Cel.
Loak out for C on Lett Jaw.
' Have yotsr horses branded and ihut
secure their safety.
K(M|Hiii8llttr limits WMMetl in avery wiIIod
lot the Initlan Territory. Apply U> I'rot.aSiT
■ 'and l «*ti't *1wr Attsoc'ial'.on, AtcMa, 1. T., for
I terms to
w. li. Corfct*. a|f«nt, Norman, Oklahoma.
H. W. Stubbeaian
I.eader in. low prices. You are 'jos-
ing monay if you a-ne going to iuy
and do not get my prices. All my
1 goods afj home-mad«. (iMick sales
and small profits is my motto.
Butcher-General Weyler, having
made a desert of western Cuba, has
ordered that the rest of the island
shall be reduced to the same condi-
tion. Cuba is the American Arme- j
nia, but the Kurd is a gentlemanly
angel of mercy compared with the
cutthroat Spaniard. And what are
we, self-styled champions of liberty?
Senator Hanna has raised his
voice in a pathetic plea for the
senate's speedy passage of the tar-
iff bill. Says the country is in sus-
The money cliques of this coun-
try are now crying aloud for a cur-
rency commission. If they did not
hope to profit by this commission
do you think they would be clamor-
ing for it? Certainly not. The
producing classes of this country
are not clamoring for the appoint-
ment of such a commission. Why
1 not? They must certainly realize
| that its appointment bodes them no
| good. In this we believe they are
correct. The granting of power in-
to the hands of the few is always a
rich harvest for the shylocks be-
cause they can mold the few to
their own notion. The appointment
of a currency commission means
the speedy destruction of the green-
backs and all national currency and
the substitution of bank currency in
its place which latter currency will
be in full control of the banks to
pense and industry paralyzed and ■ controf and expand at pleasure. By
the passage of any kind of measure having such a currency the shylocks
would be more tolerable and much wi„ haye jn ,heir C(jntro, a ma.
better for country and Republican chjhe tQ rob and plumler the pro.
party, than this horrible suspense ducers of (hjs country at wi„ lf
and uncertainty.^ ^ ^ sj,0uld want to make the pri-
ces of products low, and while prod-
ucts are in the hands of producer
this will be about the acme of their
desire, they have but to contract the
All claims and accounts against the
county must be tiled with County Clerk
at least five davs before regular meet-
ings of the board of county commis-
sioners. Parlies having claims to be
acted upon should file same at once.
The board's next regular meeting is oa
31 head of one and two year old
steers, two milk cows, three bieler
calves, five brood sows, forty acres of
corn and good stand, 15 acres of cotton,
team, harness, plows, wagon and 160 |
acres of land with $120(1.00 worth of
improvemenis on same. Clear title
and immediate posession. Farm five
miles from Norman. For the next
thirty days we will sell the above farm,
stock, etc. fo- $1900.00. Must have
SiMKl 00 cash in hand and the balance
will give from 1 to 3 years time.
A New Point In Inouranre.
The ingenuity of some insurance com-
panies in devising ways and means for
evaditiK responsibility is equaled by'
nothing on earth. A claim was recently
made against an accident insurance com- '
pany for indemnity by a physician who j
had met with an injury in a very pecul- |
iar fashion. He had been ill as the re- J
suit of an accident received some time
previous, but was partly recovered. |
While driving he was seized with a
spasm, and great exhaustion overcame
him. He stopped his horse and proceed- J
ed to administer a hypodermic injection
of some powerful stimulant to which he
resorted in such emergencies. Just a-'
he was about to insert the needle hi.*'
horse started. The needle was driven
deep into the flesh, inflicting a severe
and painful injury. He sued for indem-
nity, he being disabled for 22 weeks.
The judge dismissed the complaint on
the gronnd that the injury was not
caused through external violent and ac-
cidental means in the intent and pur-
pose of the policy. This decision will
strike the average thinking individual
as somewhat peculiar. If a mishap dne
to the sudden starting of a horse is not
an accident, it might be interesting to
know how the word could be defined.
—New York Ledger
That is why Wallace
Is selling so many Goods—-he's doing
a strictly cash business, and has put
prices of goods down till they are at
par with the hard times; and will
say to all inquirers after prosperity
that we have a splendid line of goods
that we are selling at prices that will
Make Anyone Prosper
who will trade with us. Our Milli-
nery Department has not been neg-
lected, and you can surely save mon-
ey by coming to us for your Milli-
nery Goods. We have knocked the
Old Time Millinery Profits clear out
and are selling these goods at avery
close margin. ... Be sure and come
and see us when in need of ANY-
THING kept in a General Store and
see the difference between our prices
and those you have been paying.
Remember the Place.
That his house is now open and ready
for the accommodation of the public.
Courteous treatment to all Guaranteed.
Ratks jf °°Per Day,
K>TKS. -j ^ (M) per Weok>
Commercial Trade a
The house is centrally located, newly
furnished, and everything first-class.
Corner of Peters' Ave. and Gray St.
. 1. I
That's a nice little story from
Washington,—that in consideration
of the Silver Republicans raising a
$100,000 campaign fund, Chairman
Jones will retire Bryan in favor of currency
Telltr or some eastern Democrat
acceptable to the Teller men, in
1900. All that the combina'ion asks
of the Populists is their vote—they
won't be required to furnish candi-
dates or bosses, thank the Lord !
All poisonous serpents have movable
fangs, which are found in the upper jaw,
and when not in use close up like the |
blade of a penknife. The fang is pro- !
vided with a duct leadiug to the poisou
sac, and the virus is ejected through
this duct by pressure. At the base of ev-
ery poison fang there are numerous;
germs of otaers, and the fang broken or
lost is replaced in a few weeks by the
and should they want to | 0f another.
A. K. Loomis, Norman, Okla.
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES.
Shrubs, Vines, Etc.
Grapes ok Munson's Hybrids a Specialty Satisfaction Guaran-
teed Nursery one-half mile southwest of Depot.
[Ktractive Apr. 18th, ihjw.]
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I Fort Smith •• 1*57am
w latei li s 3u \*u
Mo Mo Hotter *• rn>pai
Shawnee •• Mipn
I • >ivlahoma City 9 •>& pn
Kl Keito A i | m
filetwcpij Oklahoma City and El tonn.)
li .V) pin W;0fi l.v Okla City Ar 7:40 miw f2:3D pin
4jMpm 10:0ft A r Kl Keiui l.v 6:40 aw- 11 ;!5 am
A., T. A S. K. trains, leaving itaU arriving,
make connection nt ouIhIioiiih City.
For rates ami other information apply to
.1. K. HOLDKN, TrnfUr Malinger.
South McAlester, 1 T.
The Republican legislature of Illi-
nois has passed a street railway bill
authorizing fifty year extensions of
existing franchises, allowing 5-cent
fares to be continued, permitting
consolidation of companies, and
making no provision for compensa-
tion to municipalities,—and a Re-
publican governor signed the bill.
As a matter of fact, there are few
recorded instances where a Repub
make the price of products high,
and about the time products have
passed out of hands of producer in-
to theirs this desire will be very apt
to take possession of them; they
will expand the currency. This
kind of mechanism put in the hands
of the money cliques will enable
them to skin the producers "a-corn-
in' an' a-goin' " like
Author (invited to a very poor dinner,
to himself)—A miserable dinner! I'll
have to take care that I don't let any-
thing witty slip out.—Fliegende Blut
There was not a member of the royal
family within reach of the Duke and
Duchess of York when their second son
was born. The cabinet minister, whose
the darkey's | attendance was required by the law, ar-
rived 13 hours too late.
That The Voice office does ALL of
Norman's best printing. The
"know how" and reasonabbl pri-
ces, explain why.
Office, Opera House blk, rear Stubbeman's.
STANDS AT THE HEAD.
Aug. J. Bogel, the leading druggist
of Shreveport, La., says: "Dr. King's
New Discovery is the only thing that
cures my cough, and it is the best sel-
ler I have." J. F.Campbell, merchant
of SafTord, Ariz., writes' "Dr. King's
New Discovery is all that is claimed lor
it; it never fatis, and is a suie cure for
Tfce fern has a most peculiar and orig-
inal arrangement of its seeds, these be-
ing disposed in regular order on the
backs of the leaves.
-E\ KKAI. FAITH Ft L MEN HR
lUhed boose in Oklahoma. Salary f> pay-
able weekly and expense*. Position perma-
nent. Reference. Enclose self ad<fwr*l stain -
ed cn> elope. The National, Star Wdg, Chicago
SAY ? Did You Know that
Is running one of the best
13ST THE CITY *?
To be convinced of this fact, you have; but
to step into his market and purchase some of
meats. You will find his place of business just
East of the old Post Office Building,
EAST MAIN STREET, - - - NORMAN, OKLAHOMA.
Mrule of (Inequal-
ity India Silk—now,
larpe designs, new
shapes, lined and
\A Interlined, and vel-
veteen binding, all
sizes, worth IB.00,
New Sprlnu and Summer Catalogue of
Dress Goods, Silks, Laces and
all Dry Goods—also House-
hold Goods, Carpets, Rugs,
Wall Paper, etc,
Wo are Importers of all fine goods.
Money -: n ho saved by buying from our
catalogue. Send name at once.
* your name and address, the
l of latest styles will be sent free
atbii i'ip«r. UAxa.ta CITY, MO.
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