The Peoples Voice. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, November 15, 1895 Page: 4 of 8
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Tie People's Voice.
ALLAN & RIXSE, Publishers.
SUBWHITI W ll.UO HEtt YfcAR.
PUBLISH CD BVKKY FRIDAY.
Entered in tb ? ptKU)fflc« nt Nurmaii,
O. T. ms seoond cls-x 11 it It-r fo' trHn*
mission Ihroutrli all mulls.
Norman, Friday, November IS.
J- S ALLAN, Editor.
A inan who says he will die in a
parly, because he was horn in il
cannot have hi* funeral too soon for
the general good.— MrMaster's
Senator Vest should take notice
and hasten his funeral obsequies.
The result of the late elei tion has
made Greer, of the State Capital,
Ingle, of the Transcript and liixler
of the State Democrat, hasten to
reef their little sickly silver sails. It
is reported that Greer has burnt his
and denies of ever having one.
With the deposits in banks
amounting to' three times the total
volume of currency, and three times
the total capital of the banks, it re-
quires lots of ' confidence" to cany-
on the business of the country.—
The old party editors are now-
busy writing obituary notices fpr
the Populist party. They have been
at this kind of work, after every
election, for the past 20 years. It
is a corpse they have to bury every
year regularly, and each year the
task becomes more difficult. It
must be very annoying to theni to
deal with a corpse tint must be hur-
ried after every election. In time,
they will perhaps discover that tliev
have been dealing with a very lively-
corpse—one that will be a pall bear-
er at the funeral of the two old par-
ties. The Populist party will not
die until the cause which brought it
into existence is removed. Neither
of the old parties can or will remove
During Governor Lewellen's two
years administration in Kansas, the
public debt of that state was reduced
65 millions of dollars. This is a
showing that the first Populist ad-
ministration in Kansas made and
they can afford to stand on it.
The Populists hold their balance
of power on joint ballot in the Ken-
tucky legislature which stands 68
Kepublicans, 68 Democrats and 2
Populists. Who knows but Ken- j
tucky may yet take a fall out of her-)
self and elect a Populist senator j
| He will not be a gold bug unless the !
two old parties fuse.
« . „ | Association.
The latest returns in Ohio give i HEADQUARTERS, DALLaS.TEX
I Coxey about 55,000 votes, an in | branch office:
« rea e of about 6,000 over last year. Atoku. I. T.. Ft. Smith. Ark., Par«on .
•• .1 . I ,t _ l\ 11 11 ti Pi..11 Viif I 'ill
Kturn., Denver. Col.
Look out fur C on Lt)ft Jaw,
the rest of the states
the Populists made heavy gains.
Iowa showed the greatest gain. In
bleeding Kansas, the Populist in- , , ,
0 . „ Have your horses branded and lhu>
creased the number of county ottl 1 eeure iheir nafely.
cers elected over 40. From the re-1
suits of the late election, the Popu- f ^ wlullBll „„ry <BCtlo|l j
lists have every reason to be hope of thr in.imn Territory. Appiv m I'mtwt vt
, , , .. , * 'l I retentive ViwKMtlmi, Atoka, I. T„ to.
ful. 1 he democratic party will, j term* to iiv-'-nrM.
, , ... , 1 .1 / :i W. H. Colo*, nic nt. Norman. Oklahoma,
doubtless, disband and the free sil-
| ver men of all parties come together 1
I for the struggle of 1896.
The creditor class are solid for
the gold standard. Why? Because I
it enriches them at the expense of J
the debtor class. Many of the deb |
tor class are also whooping it up for
the gold standard. Why? llecause i
they are blinded by party prejudice j
to such ^n extent that they would !
rather suffer than see their party de j
feated. After they have lost their |
homes and seen their wives and I
children turned out on the highways j
ragged and despondent and their
daughters forced on the cold world 1
to become the victims of the licen
tious creditor class and after they j
have seen their homes and earthly j
possessions pass into the hands of j
the class they have been voting to j
assist they will perhaps stop and !
think what fools they have been;
-ut it will be too late to right the
wrong they have inflicted upon their
family. The grave will be their on-
ly relief from a sniitting conscience.
GET THE BEST
When you are about to buy a Sewing Mach in•
do not be deceived by alluring advertisements
and be led to think you can get the best made
finest finished and
for a mere song. See to It that
you buy from reliable manu-
facturers that have gained a
reputation by honest and sq uare
dealing, you will then get a
Sewing Machine that is noted
the world over for its dura-
bility. You want the one that
ia easiest to manage and is
There is none in the world that
can equal in mechanical con-
struction, durability* of working
parts, fineness of finish, beauty
in appearance, or has as many
improvements as the
It has Automatic Tension, Double Feed, alike
on both sides of needle (fatented\ no other has
it; New Stand (fatrntea), driving wheel hinged
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS.
the new home sewing machike co.
O&utoB, Mam. Borrow M*m. 2i Ukiok Sgtake, N. Y
C'ttlCAfiO. llX. ST. I/OVI8, M<>. bal.LAM. TEXAS.
bAJi Fujjtcm o, LaU ATLAirrA, Ga.
FOR 8ALE BY
W. J. PETTEE & CO.
STUB'S It Will be a Cold Day .
Hitch up Neighbor. When Anything in the Line of
LET'S GO TO
? f f f f
The largest dealer and cheapest liar
ness hou e In the territory.
His Motto In
£ Quick Soles and sill Proms.
W. Stuhbeman, Norman, Okla.
in imiiis, 111 ■ mi mil
Can be bought elsewhere as cheaply as at
JAS. ALLEN'S NEW HARDWARE STORE
For cold weather.
300 pair blankets at ^5 cts., $1.00, $1-25 and
$1.50. Others ask 89 cts., $1.29, $149, and
i00 ladies winter vests 35 cts, others ask 49 c.
100 ladies union suits at 65 cts., others want
100 suits men's heavy underwear at 50 cts.
per. suit, others want 69 cts.
.OO in gold free. h
To any boy or girl who guesses the near-
est the number of pairs of boots ancl
shoes, we had in stock on the 1st. day of
/ fair Security School Shoe 1+rco
To the second one first guessing near-
est number of pairs.
GUESSES 'RECEIVED VP TO OECEMHE'R, 24th. 1895.
£ BOSTON STORE,
THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE COUNTY.
day Goods and Toys.
| Central Block, Opposite M. McGinley's Store
$♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ «♦ ♦ ♦ « ♦ « $
| What you are Looking for are Values. What you*
Jwant good Goods for the least money. What you alsoj
Jwant is a large Stock to select from. I;I
X We have all these requirements. Study this advertisement for a little while?}?
*and you will at once perceive that the ever growing WICHITA STORE is the*
gpiace for you to buy.
This Sale is for one week only we must have room for new stock of Holi-
Economical Lad It h will be interested
in the prices we are making on Dret
Good*. We can name; but a few below.
We undersell all competition.
2j pieces of Fancy worst-
ed,worth 124 and loots go at
ID pie-os of Cashmere,
worth 25 cents, go at
20 pieces of fancy woolen
goods, worth 35 cents.go at
to 40 ' nt-. tro at
of the latest;
10 pieces all wool trico 1
Flannel, worth 33 cents.,'
2(1 pieces of all wool la-;
dies cloth, 30 inches wide,!
worth 4~< cents, go at
b pieces of black i;n<J nluel
water proof, worth 35 cts..!
60 pieces of standard
dress ginghams in ail col-
ors, always sold for 10, 12|
and 15 cents, this *nle
18 pU ces standar t apron
check-, always sold for 84
50 pieces standard dress
calico, always sold lor 6
and Gi, go at
10 pieces of shirting
checks, worth 7i cents, go
13 pieces extra heavy
-birting checks, worth 10
. i ii! -. go at
15 pieces of outing flan*
nel, worth 10 cents, go at
2"> pieces all wool ahiri-
ing always sold for 45 cents
8 pieces red mixed flan-
nel, worth 25 cents, goat
18 pieces heavy all wool
red flannel, worth 25 cents,
16 pieces medhim weight
canton flannel, worth M
cents, go Hi
lii pieces extra beftvy
pants goods, worth 18 and
20 QftnM, <_•<> a'
8 pieces ot half wool jeans:
worth 25 cents, go at.
17 pieces red table linnen ■
worth 29 cents, go at
10 j ie eesdounle width ten-
nis tlar.nel in pi td and
check, worth, IS rents goa.t
5 pieces plaid serge,
worth 25 cents, go at
Our Cloak Department still to thefront. In
this Department we simply defy competition.
We received this week 500 garments. We
bought at one-half the cost of production. Go
the same way. See our bargains they speak
20 dozen ladies kid glo ves
all colors, worth $1.50 go
15 dozen ladies yarn
gloves, worth 50 cts , go at
18 dozen Indies wool mit
tens, worth 35 cents, go at
12 dozen misses and chil
drena mittens, worth 25
cents, go at
-«> la.lii!-. "d ro III.
coats, worth £1 00, uro at 0--v '
94 ladies iony and atiort Tj i
coats, worth ?5 go at '
! 8 idles beaver coats, tf j" 9 r
worth$ 5 50, go it 01-.'
12 ladles melton coats, O ZT
worth $12.50, go at
s dtis«n new - u'in :
in- y e M. in ; iiidn,worth /I Xr*
75 ceni-. « o nt
10 d« /.en ladi*-s and mi-- . —.
es ratteen t• • -mlor, ai!
worth75 cents,go at;
10doien black and white _
fa-einaiors, worth < 5 "ents, 39 C
18 de/.en hoc fik ei n.tlor, ^
I all colors, woith 90 r.-nts, 0y0
25 dozen ladies vests, 12 1-2
.M.ril,. 25 oenu, no at cents.
15 dozen ladies ribbedj Q? pfc '
vests, worth 35 (tents goat — ^
18 dozen Indies n.ilbrlg-
, gan vest - and pants, worth
75 cents; go nt
20 dozen ladies wool
vests and pants, worth
: ?1 00 go at
25 dozen ladles grey
union suit-, worth $1.00
88 dozen cbitdre a and
misses silk finish, union
suits, forth s;> cents, go at:
We have purchased a job
lot of misses, childrenland
| hoys wool underwear not
one in the lot, worth less
than 50 and 75 cents, go at
25 dozen oud and euii
sizes corsets in white, drab'
and black, worth $1.00 go:
14 dozen fast black hose,
worth 15 cents, go at
25 dozen ladies fast black
e fleece lined, worth
25 cents, go nt
15 dozen ladies all wool
lease black and gray,worth
11 ts, go at
18 dozen ubildrei
black ribbed hose,
10 cent.a, go at
20 dozen misses an
fast black hose, wi
cents, go at
1 cake butter milk soap 5 cents.
I cake castile soap. 5 cents.
1 cake glycerine soap 5 cents.
1 cake bouquet soap 5 cents.
In this department, we
undersold by any competito
3(> pair childrens 011
grain rivet seams, worth
$1.00, go at
48 pair miss s and hoys
oil grain, worth $1.25, go at
36 pair ladies fine dougo-
la patent tip, worth $1.50
• pair indies kangat00
calf, worth $1.75, goat
48 pair ladies heavy rivet
seams, worth $1.50, 1:0 at
1 400 page tablet '
2 le id* pencils
2 box hair pins
2 dn/.i'ii patent hooks aiid •
1 box hair crimper.
1 curling iron i
2 boxer mourning pm- '
1 spool linen thread
1 comb .) cents.
1 card in ;i--> pins 6 nts
34 d< zen agate buttons 5 cents.
I pair sid« combs 10 cents.
1 hair ornament 1(1 cents.
1 ladies breast pin.... 10 oeittt*
1 initiol stick pin 15 cents.
1 fancy it iok pin I • cent a.
1 spool crochet silk.. .15 oent-.
1 l)«it«le line perfum .1 3 cents.
will not be
(•• n ts.
• - 5 cents.
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, November 15, 1895, newspaper, November 15, 1895; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116777/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.