The Peoples Voice. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 43, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 25, 1895 Page: 4 of 8
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The People's Voice.
ILLAN & RIXSE, Publishers.
SUB8CSXPTION $1.00 PER YEAR.
PUBLISH CD BVKRY SATURDAY.
Entered in the poatoflce nt Norman,
O. T. as second class matter fo * trans-
minion through all mailt*.
Norman, Saturday, May -o.
J 8 ALLAN, Editor.
TIME TAIII.E—A. T. Jt 8. F.
Hp. 4011, Trxm k v
Wo. 4417, Purenll.
Ku. 42.1 Accommodation
No. 420 Aceoininlnlation
1 : 7 a. !u.
. .2:.HI p. in.
,.i;U p. in.
.. 5:15 a. n,.
7 <h m. iii.
Report of the weather bureau, Norman sta
tton, for the week ending May, 3) isitt:
I't t loiuly
I Pt Cloudy
Prof. Buwin I : It auk, observer.
Trial in all that we a«k you to
give u* and if we do not furnUb
Goods, then you cannot obtain
them in Norman. Wo keep the
very best Drug*—always pure
and fresh—and we are at all
times ready to put theiu up for
you at a momenta notice. This
lathe season of the year when
is likely to be taken nick and if
you are mindful of baly'a health
you will not neglect to have a
bottle of amorltt or Soothing
Syrup on haml. W'h also keep
the beat Imby food
In the City. X>actated Food and
Korlick ' Malted Milk are with-
out any doubt the hext food you
i an possibly k et to keep the babv
Btronif and healthy and able to
stand the hot wetther. Yoj can
get thin food in packages rung-
1 ti^ from 25 cents to |j.7">
It begins to look as though the
recent decision of the Supreme
Court on the income tax is 1 ikely to
knock out all internal anil tariff Rev
The Republican party in this ter-
ritory is in favor of the free coinage of
silver? John Sherman could indorse
their resolution passed at Knid ditto
The Silver League of the Republi-
can party organized at Enid last
Tuesday is a mis-nomer. It really
is a golden I.eague with just a shim-
mering of a silver lining, so dim as
to be hardly visible.
Frank Greer of the State Capital
must be some what disgusttd at the
namby-pamby resolution in favor of
silver, adopted by the Republican
League convention held at Enid
last Tuesday. Frank says that he
is in favor of the free coinage of
silver. His party is not. It will re-
main to be seen whether Frank con-
verts his party or his party converts
him. \V e predict the latter conver-
sion is the more likely to take place.
The startling information comes
to us through the Democratic press
that the price of wheat is advancing
and that it is due to the benificent
working of the Wilson tariff bill.
We have been prone to ascribe the
advancing price of wheat to the fact
that the present outlook for this crop
is very gloomy and to the further fact
that nearly all the old wheat is in the
hands of spe:ulators. We have long
observed that when this condition
exists that the price of wheat and
Hour advanced irrespective of the
tariff question. It is a rare thing for
the price of wheat to advance when
the American farmer has wheat to
sell: but invariably advances when
it gets into the hands of the specula-
tor . An advance in price when
wheat is in the hands of the farmer
would be a more convincing argu-
ment in favor of the beneficient
workings of the Wilson tariff bill,
than all the newspaper assertions
that can be made.
The Remedy is Plain.
What is the remedy ? Let us have
nothing mote to do with the men
who have assisted in tying the hands
of this great nation and delivering
its financial policy over to the gold
gamblers of the world. The bank of
Rothschilds, in England, is now be-
hind the United States treasury.They
are our financial agents, our finan-
cial managers, we are paying them
the princely salary of $8, ooo, ooo
for each six months of their valuable
services. We are in the hands of the
pawnbrokers of Europe. How long
is our reserve stock of gold to last?
How are we to replenish it? There is
only one way. That is to borrow it
from those who have it, and that
means England, And that is what we
are doing. That means more inter
est, more gold annually to be paid
to England. Where will it end?
It means the "dismal swamp" and
"hell's half-acre" beyond. This is
what having a gold standard means
money that is easily cornered.—W.
H. Harvey. Author of Coins Finan
ii you T rede 01 REEK'S You're on \\[
The annual business between this
country and ««11 foriegn countries is
only four per cent of the total busi-
ness of this country. In view of
this fact it does seem strange that
some men in this country would
clamor for an "international money."
Annual Meeting «i the National
It promises to be the largest meeting
In the Association'* history. Many
will avail themselves of this opportu- |
nlty to getaway from the torrid heal* j
and sweltering sulti ynefB of July and i
August to the ch ar bracing tonic nt-
mobphere of Colorado. July, 5th, 6th,
7th and 8th, the Santa Fa Route will
sell tickets to Denver and return for
one fare $22-^0 plus $2.50 for Associa-
tion membership fee. Passengers
wishing to remain in Colorado longer
than July 15th must deposit their
tickets with joint n^ontat Denver, Col
orrdo Springs, Manitou or Pueblo and
withdraw such transportation at pleas-
ure for return passage any time prior
to Sept. 2nd. Excursion rates to City
of Mexico, Utah Points and all points
in Colorado for the benefit of passen-
gers wishing to make these side rides.
Special train through without change
July, 8th. For further information
see D. R. Boyd, territorial manager
N. E. A,. Norman or R. J. Morgan,
We expect to run an excursion to
Granada, Colo, in the near future for
the benefit of those who want to see our
Call to see us.
Ross & Williams,
Wanted.—To employ an energetic
Lady or Gentleman to represent us in
each County. Salary $50.00 per month
and a commission. Address with
Chas. A. Robinson & Co.
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% The Great Sale.
Boston Store. A large line
• jr Boots. Shoes and Slippers at ijj,
wholesale cost. ^
The Great Sale. The Great Sale.
Boston Store. Boston Store.
12'/- cent Sateens and Lawns at 71.. A large line of Hats at 50 cents on
cents per yard. ((/ the dollar.
* The Great Sale. f
Eoston Store, Choice of any I£
jl Men's fine pants in the house for
ijj. $3.50 including all $5 pants. ^
The Great Sale. Boston Store.
A large line Men's l ine Shirts at
The Great Sale. Boston Store.
A big line Men's fine slippers yi
Notice our advertisements.
Williams & Son have just received
another ear of the celebrated Arkan-
sas City Flonr.
Oliver will make you lirst-cliiss
INioto's nt Brook's (iallcry.
100 Suits worth $10.00 a piece, only $7.50.
J The Great Sale.
iji Boston Store.
iji The largest line New Spring Goods in Norman,
0 consisting of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Dry jfe
# ( ioods, Notions and Clothing at prices cheaper j/kL
m than ever before. TIT
The Great Sale. Boston Store.
10 yards Lawns for 25 cts.
The Great Sale. Boston Store.
ft 75 ct. Overalls, 50 cts. per pair.
*«6*6666 66«) «n *nin!( 6i «< 0 6 6*66*is666<i (!n *
** _ 66
~ ^ 10 ■ is doubling its
last year, they
6 I] III l| I 11 I 11 II l,a)' cas^ anil #
«# w Uuy V I Ulul y can and do un-
dersell all competitors. **
A Hi|f Sale.
Ih now golntr on at the Boston Store,
which is tickling everybody. We don't
see how they can > ell goods so cheap.
Is it Reasonable*
That a man who buys and sells a few
hundred dollars can make prices with
one that buys and sells as many goods
as the reliable old Boston Store.
That's all Kiglu Old Hoy.
Cut against the Boston Store's pric
of course you can't meet them but. keep
them away if you can so they will not
know how cheap the Boston Store is
Notice to Justice of l*eace.
County Clerk Wynne
he has received the Si-
the Justice of the Peac
can be procured by the
at his office.
Informs us that
asion laws for
and the same
Justice - ailing
Job Printing at the Voice Office.
For Sale or Trade.
A ten acre tract of land, good three
room house, fine orchard of all kinds
of fruit, two line good storm house,
two fine wells, also, 20 acres of grow-
it goats. This property is within one
mile of the Norman, P. O. Will sell
at a bargain on easy terms or, will
trade for cattle or mules and wagon.
For further particulars call at VolCE
office or see. J. R. Davis.
FARMERS LOYAL FRIEND.
OKLAHOMA'S ACttlCl'l.TL'ltAI. l'APER, ONE
YEA It FREE!
The HO.MK, FIELD AND FORUM is tile
oniy agricuultuai journal devoted to
the interests of the farmers and the
material resources of oklahomaand the
Indian Territory. U is reliable, bright
clean and well printed 16-page mag-
azine, and deals with the special wants
of the agriculturists, fruit growersand
stock raisers of the Territory, and lias
special departments devoted te agri-
cultural Matters, Live stock, Horticul-
tural, Dairying, Poultry, Apiculture,
Veterinary; Reliable Market Summa
ries. Home Circle,
,, , Voug Polks, Farm
All persons holding any records of | Organizations, Correspondence Kd-
the old township school boards are itorial, Etc.
hereby requested to leave same at my
oitlce, on or before the first day of June
and all persons knowing of anything
coneering theold towsnipindebtedness
(ot which there is no record) are also
requested to be present, as I will on
that day apportion the indebtedness
among the several districts concerned.
The management and editor have
had many years of successful ex-
perience with this class of papers in
the west iinti have selected this fertile
anil beautiful couutrv as the best poss-
ible location for a h'igh-class AtrriculJ
tu-al Journal. They are makfng it
fitly and truthfully represent the" in-
terests of the great industrial eli st to
w hich it is devoted, and there is not a
and levy a tax sufficient to liquidated ! farmer in all this country that can
all outstanding indebtedness that was 1 afford to do without it. It is
contracted under the original township -^",',1
i w cents a year.
During the absence of Mr.
Brooks, the Photograper, Oli-
ver of Oklahoma City, will
make your Photo's. Come and
Colorado Red and
White Potatoes, 50 cts.
per bushel at Kelleys.
L. J. P
Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the estate of Reuben C. Ito?*-
ton, cl**cen>«-<l. All having claims
again*! nahl Iteubcii < Huston, ileceascil, are
required to exhibit the same, with the ncce«.
sary voucher*, to the undersigned, adinlni>trit-
tor'ofsnid estate, at his residence near Moore,
O. T., in the county of Cleveland, oklahoma
territory, anil thai tour months have been limi-
ted as the time for creditors to present their also r
claims against said estate. F
I>ated the l.Uh day of May. 189ft. I r^ei>
Geoim.e Boston, «d the earliest possible moment and thus secur
Administrator, i a subscription to this Journal.
OCR EXTRAORDINARY OFFER.
Realizing that we could not furnish our far-
mer readers with a more valuable l'RKMil M.
We have purchrsod 100 yearly subscriptions of
the Homk FtKi.li and Fori:m, and will present
each of the ti ret luo new yearly cash subscribers
to the l'Koi'LKS Voice, with a year's subscrip-
tion to that valuable Journal. All old subscrib-
ers securing us two new yearly subscribers will
five a subscription to the Journal,
l iner should avail himself of this otter
Home is reached • • *
By many Routes,
SUCCESS AND WEALTH. , 4-
By Many More.
Which Road ? # * *
Is a question that staggers many a
person on life's highway. « «
We Can Help YOU Economize.
West Main St.
If you want Groceries and Provisions?
We can please you. These things you
are compelled to have.
Give us a trial, we think we can please
Williams & Son,
Norman, O. T.
A. D. Acers,
CA JiH Y-L,OXIBA HI)
and Farm Implements.
REMEMBER that BAKER BARB WIRE
Runs Farther than any other wire that it is sold in Norman
only by the Carey-Lombard Lumber Co.
^ West of
Norman .Shite Rank,
NORMAN, OK I.A.
IMPORTED CLYDESDALE, PERCHERON AND SHETLAND PONY
STALLIONS AND MAMMOTH JACK.
Will stand for the
season and fall of 18!)o on
r.iy farm one mile Noi th
of the corporation of
Norman, across the road
North o( the Odd-Fel-
These horses are all
prize winners anil have
never been beaten In
any state or territory. 1
took first and second last
fall at Norman, Cleve-
land County Fair. The
draft horse is the horse
lor the farmer to raise
and it always pays to
raise the best. Come
but a pleasure, the breeding will be
and see my stock, no trouble to
hown on application.
I I'.ItMS: I hese stallions will ntaml for $10.00 and Jack for $8.00 to insure
with foal, insurance due February 1st, 1800, or as soon after as mare is known
to be with foal. Parties selling or trading m ire or removing her from the
county, withoutG. L. Abbott's written consent forfeits the insurance. Care
will be taken to prevent accidents but will not be responsible snould any occur.
This stock will stand for service on iny farm every day in the week except
Sundays. Will not breed mares on that day.
C. I.. ABBOTT, Proprietor.
McCllntock & Miller,
Proprietors of the Popular
East Side Meat Market.
Believes in advertising, and takes this method of informing
the public that they sell the best of meats cheaper than any
butcher in the eity —fc
Fresh and Salted Meats.
Game and Fish in season.
Buyers of Hides and Furs.
S. A. Waits, N. W. Griffen E. F. Taylor, W. J. Kelley
h esident. Vice President. Cashier. Ass't Cashier.
Farmers & Merchants Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000
DIRECTORS WHO GUARAN' I EE CAREFUL AND CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENTS
S. A. Waits,
V. A. Wood,
E. F. Taylor,
N. W. Griffin,
W. j. Kelley,
Does a General Banking Business. Accounts and Collections Solicited.
Safety Fire Proof Vault, Screw Door, Triple Time Lock Safe. Valuable
Papers and Records Stored Without Charge.
J. D. Maguire the west side imtde-
ment dealer is so tickled over the elec-
tion that he is selling goods lower
than ever. "It is ill wind that blows
nobody good" and those needing goods
in his line should avail themselves of
the golden opportunity.
For the best home made hams go to
Millers & McClintoek's butcher shop.
They make and cure their own hams
and they just can't be beat.
If your watch needs repairing tako
it to Rutledge, who guarantees his
work to give satisfaction in every par-
We would like to have a good live
correspondent in every precinct to
furnish us the neighborhood news.
Send in your communications.
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 43, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 25, 1895, newspaper, May 25, 1895; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116704/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.