The Peoples Voice. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 10, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 6, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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A grand opening
for the next 30 days,
offering for your notice
the cheapest lot of mer-
chandise ever shown
since Normam became
a trading center.
A grand opening
sale for the next 30
days, offering to you
bargains that will cause
you to come to our es-
tablishment every hour
in the day.
Originators ol Low Prices. Leaders in all Lines, and Caterers to the Masses.
Grand Opening Sale. |>10,000! Worth of Merchandise.
This is no Fake Sale, or Mortgage Sale of Old Rubbish. Read this advertisement and be sure
to read it all. Then come to the WICHITA DRY GOODS CO., located in the Central
Block, opposite McGinley's Grocery Store.
50 Ladles' black and tun, navy and
Brown; most approved styles, usually
so^d (or $1.00 go at 48c.
75 Ladies trimmed hats, always sold
from $2.00 to $2.50, (or 98c
75 baby hoods well worth $1.00 for
A good corset 89c
" " 49c
" " 69c
25 dozen ladles'
50c for 25c
45 dozen lading' underwear worth
75c for 3Do
50 ladies' undershirts and drawers
worth $1.00 for 48c
GO ladies' union suits well worth $1.50
Full lino of children's underwear
ranging in price from 25c, upwards.
German knitting- yarn 85c per pound
sells all over for $1.00
Saxony yarn at 5c a skein, sold all
the world over at 10c
Ice wool 24c a box
A full dress pattern of novelty goods
20 pieces of 36 inch fancy suitings,
changeable effects, only 20c
30 pieces English cassimere, elegant
value, 28 inches wide, all colors and
black worth 25c
42 inches all wool dress flannels best
quality made at 49c
48 inch Henriettas strictly all wool,
all colors and black, cheap at 75c, our
Fancy dress ginghams worth 10c at
Apron check ginghams at 5 l-2c
25 pieces o( good heavy shirting sold
at 12 1-2 and 15c (or 9c
15 pieces dark gray jeans worth 40c
10 pieces o( red and gray flannel
worth 35c now 22 -•
5 pieces all wool shirting worth 60c
this sale 27c
25 pieces of good crash worth 10c
this sale 5c
15 pieces Lawrence L L muslin
at 4 3 4c
25 pieces bleached muslin always sold
at 8c (or 5c
10 pieces oil red table cloth worth
.50c tills sale 24c
18 pieces oil red table cloth worth
35c this sale 19c
5,000 lead pencils 2 for lc
3,000 rubber tipped lead pencils lc
1,000 pencil tablets at 5c
10 dozen bone dressing corahs metal
backs, this talc at 9c
Hard rubber combs at 15c
Tooth brushes at 10c
Wire hair brushen at 15c
Basting cotton at lc
Bunch of hair pins for lc
Curling iron 5c
10 dozen bottles machine oil 3c apiece
25 boxes castile toilet soap at 4 l-2c
80 boxes butter milk soap 10c or
three for 25c
Swan Down face powder 5c
50 dozen ladies' fast black hose worth
15c this sale He
00 dozen fleece lined hose worth 2oc
this sale 15c
25 dozen children's fast black ribbed
hose at 8c
40 dozen children's fancy colored
hose at 3c
A hall wool blanket (or 98c a pair
All wool blankets alwavs sold for
$3.50 this sale $2.25
25 dozen men's underwear worth 50e
this sale 39c
40 dozen men's underwear worth 75a
this sale 48c
.15 dozen men's underwear always
sold for $1.50 this sale 75c
60 dozen men's working shirts worth
75c this sale 49c
15 dozen men's water proof shirts
always sold (or $2.00 this sale 98c
25 dozen men's white shirts always
Bold (or 75c this sale 48c
'l'he Norman merchants aro enjoying
quite an extensive Indian trade.
Mrs. N. N. Wintin's select school
begun last Monday morning, with a
A soaking rain (ell last Monday
night, which allayed the dust (or a(ew
days and put the ground in good con-
dition (or (arm work.
Married, on tlio 23rd day o( Septem-
ber at the Falls by E. J. Manier, Lon
Hume and Miss Martha Bennett, both
o( Little River Falls.
A small frame building in the rear
of Ferguson Bro's store, used by them
as a storage house, was broken into
last Monday night by parties thiev-
ishly inclined. The goods were not
The postotlico was moved into the
Fisher building last Monday night,
recently vacated by Coleman & Myers,
*ho popular harnoss dealers, who have
gloved their stock into the Turner
building on East Main street,
Tho following is a splendid cure (or
hog cholera and has proven successful
in many instances. Cut it out and file
away as it will not appear again. Blue
stone, English rosin, Saltpetre, Sul-
>hur and copperas. Mix in equal
parts. A tablespoon(ul a dose (or 4 or
5 head. Give once a day for 3 days,
then rest 3 days.
Report of Pleasant Valley School.
For month end in*? Sept. 28,1894, pupils neith-
er tardy nor absent during the month: Lela,
Klma anil Tressie Hritt, Frank Taylor, Kay Hoi-
llday, Jimmle Snider and Sallie Scott.
.)i:nnie Fox .Teacher.
Third and last call. All parties
knowing themselv3s indebted to the
,old firm of P. Adkins & Co., are re-
quested to call and settle at once, or
accounts will be placed in hands for
selection, and if then not paid, suit
w|ll bo brought.
Card of Thanks.
We take this method of extending
our heart(elt thanks to the kind (riends
and neighbors who were so kind to us
during the illness and death of our
little daughter. Tiieir many kind acts
and words of sympathy can never be
forgotten as long as li(e shall last.
* MR.'and Mrs. J. A. Fox.
To those concerned:
I would be pleased to sec all persons
inilebted to me, call around and settlo
your accounts, that I may be able to
carry you longer. After helping you
over the tide of credit, I am sure you
appreciate my efforts, and I will return
favors so long as you call around and
settle promptly. Respectfully solicit-
ing your patronage, I am, as ever
T. J. Ovkkstrket.
A Complete Stock of Shelf Hardware.
We are Leaders in Low Prices. East Main St.
Than any other
wire made and
that it is sold in
Norman only by
That his house is now open and ready
for the accommodation of the public.
Courteous treatment to all Guaranteed.
Rates: ] pel' 'j.hy'
/ $4.00 Per Week.
Commercial Trade a
The house is centrally located, newly
furnished, and everything first-class.
Corner of Peters' Ave. and Gray St.
Norman, - - Okla.
I will make a specialty of Hardware this year and intend to
carry a larger stock than ever of all kinds of Farming Implements.
Mowers and Rakes Sold Very Cheap.
I invite the Farmers to inspect my mammoth stock before mak-
ing purchases elsewhere. Whether you buy or not come and see me.
EAST IM-A-IIST ST, .... NORMAN, O. T
Climate and Crops .Just Kiglit
Oklahoma has thousands o( acres of
tho finest farming land in the world,
waiting for you or anybody else with a
little cash and lots of gumption. Cli-
mate and crops are just right. Farms
will cost more next year than this. To
find out i( this is the country you want
ask G. '1'. Nicholson, G. P. A.Santa
Fe route, Topeka, Kansas, for free
copy of Oklahoma folder, just issued,
Home Seekers Excursions.
The Santa Fe routo will sell homo
seekers excursion tickets from Mis-
souri river points and east to Kansas,
Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado and other
southeast territory. A round trip rate
will be made o( one (aro with $2,00 ad-
ded; the minimum rate, being $7.00.
Tickets on sale via Santa Fe route,
Sept. 11 and 25, and Oct. 9. Good
twenty days from date of sale with
stop over privileges. A. Kingkado,
agent, Norman, Okla.
The Plan-sifter process is the com-
ing system. The Norman Mill has
the largest machine in the Territory.
Try their Flour.
HEADQUARTERS, DALLAS, TEX.
Atoka, I. T., Ft. Smith, Ark., ParsonB,
Kans., Denver, Col.
Look out (or C on Led Jaw.
Have your horses branded and thus
secure their safety.
Responsible amenta wanted in every Bection
of the Indian Territory. Apply to Protective
and Detoctlve Association, Atoka, I. T., for
terms to agents.
\V. II. Coles, agent. Norman, Oklahoma,
Arkansas City and Return.
One and one-third fares for the round
trip. Tickets on sale Oct. 8-9-10-11-12.
Good (or return on or before Oct. 13.
See A. Kingkade, agent. Norman.
Vincent's Racket store received a
large invoice o( new goods this week,
which will be sold very cheap.
Dealer In and Grower of
THE FAMOUS GROCERY,
—IIus the neatest and most complete—
32 choice varities of
Apples, Plums, Crabs,
Four varieties Peach,
and all kinds of small
Fruit all Grafted on
No., 1, one year old
Roots. Good size and
Call and see my Stock. Prices
on application. Four miles east of
Moore, seven miles north of Norman
Their Prices are so low that they defy their
competiters to make theirs as low
CALL and SEE THEM and SATISFY YOURSELF.
BLaKE & ELLEDGE BLOCK EAST MAIN STREET
Norman, O. T.
#laD~Leave orders at this office.
C. W. ARMSTRONG
Leave orders at this office._<qi
W. N. ELLEDGE Proprietor.
T. J. Overstreet has just received
a car load of flour from the Alexander
Milling Company of Winfield. Kansas.
This mill is known far and wide aa one
If you are coutemplating on a bill of
lumber, do not fail to see the Carey-
Lombard-Lumber - Company. They
o( the best flouring mills in the south j h!ive °ne of the best assorted yards in
west. Don't fail to try this flour. Norman.
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 10, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 6, 1894, newspaper, October 6, 1894; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116534/m1/3/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.