The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 79, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 1ST.
At 8 o'clock Sharp, our Boors ^wing Open Inviting the
Public To Our
GRAND NINE CENT SAL_EE.
A Sale that is so far reaching in values that thousands of articles heretofore bearing the mark of 30, 25, 23, 19 and 15 cents must now suc-
cumb to the great power of nine cents.
© & D © ©
FIRST OOME, FIRST SEER V ED-
vstol'n 1)1 n<j!
\ >1 \/.i\<;
To see the manner in which this insignificant amount of Nino (ViiIn strides
through and through regardless of consequences and without fear of any com-
petition, causing an opportunity for the many saving of this city and sur-
rounding country to reap such a harvest that never before lias been known to
the human soul.
THK BARGAIN' SIAKIJHS!
of this country arc causing you ti) keep on the alerl to net to our counters
fast enough to secure such .'is you find yov are constantly im need of. Watch
the progress of this sale. Conic to see the crowds that attend this Hale,
liny if you desire, if not wanting to buy, pass your time watching the herds of
customers buying. Hut do not fail to come.
^ Opposite Stubbemans Harness Shop.
In every Dollar there are Eleven Nine cent pieces with one cent remaining. Bring one dollar to the GLOBE and see what a load you can carry away and have one cent left
In this department we always
lead. No house in Norman ever
touches the low prices we quote (lur-
ing the year but now the aniiihi-
lutiiiK power of our gaand
u < i:nt sam:!
is simply a destroyer of all former
records. Read this list carefully
and see if what we say is not cor-
2 large cakes Castile Soay, yc
3 cakes Cocoanut Oil Soap, gc
4 cakcs Castile Soap, gc
2 bx. Invisible Hair Pins, 9c
3 pkg. Gold Invisible Hair Pins, 9c
1 bx. Gold Hair Pins,
2 Curling Irons,
1 bottle Shoe Polish,
2 large botl's Machine Oil,
1 Blacking Brush,
2 Do/. Shoe Laces,
2 Tracing Wheels,
1 Hair Brush,
1 Do/. Basting Thread,
2 papers best Brass Pins,
12 Doz. Buttons,
2 Doz. Bone Collar Buttons,
j papers Safety Pins,
4 bx. Mourning Pins,
2 do*. Lead Pencils,
POWER OF NINE CENTS
10 Pieces half wool dress goods, double width, good variety
of style and kind. You find others ask 20c. Ours 9c.
While we only quote the amount you get for i* cents it does not signify that it is the limit of your
purchase. You can have all that is required to fill your wants.
1 do/. Rubber Tipped I'd Pencils,gc
2 Fine Combs, gc
i Coarse Comb, gc
Tooth Brushes, gc
j bx. Jap. Toothpicks, gc
i Box Writing Paper, gc
5-i Envelopes, gc
1 Spool Crochet Silk, gc
2 Ladies Handkerchiefs, gc
1 15c Handkerchief,
2 Balls Tinsel,
1 doz. Rubber Hair Pini,
1 25c Hair Ornament,
1 quart bottle Am >uia,
1 quart bottle Bluing,
3 "ox. Shoe Blac!vi.ig,
4 doz. pat. Hooks and Kyes*
1 Picture Frame,
1 doz. Pearl Buttons,
1 pair Chillis Hose Supporter
Fast Black Satines, Black ground. Handbcme
Pongees, good quality. Black Lawns. Seven or eight
styles in plain, check and stripas of white goods. Val-
ues heretofore ranging from 15 to 18 cents per
HOW IS THIS?
75 Ladies Shirt waist sets, con-
sisting of three studs, one collar
button and one pair link cuff but-
tons in all shades to match, will be
sold while they last f"i t> centH.
JUST TIIINK OF IT !!
HOW AltOl'T THIS?
12 yds. inch wide Lace,
2 yds. 4 inch Lace,
1 Fancy Stick Pin,
1 pair Corset stays,
1 pair Dress Shields,
1 pair Ladies Gloves,
1 pair Ladies Mitts,
2 Ladies Vests,
Childs Vests, 3 for
1 Nickel Belt Buckle,
2 boxes Swansdown,
we have the best quality as well as
the eheape t price in hosiery. This
is an all-the-year-round reputation,
but we want to convince you that
we can do still bolter during this
i> cent sale.
We will sell Ladies 20c fast black
hose for g cents.
We will sell our 20c Ladies Tan
hose at g cents.
All our black and tan misses and
childrens fast color hose for g cents.
All our Mens water proof collars
at g cents.
1 pair Mens Heavy Suspenders, gc
2 pairs Mens Socks,
eeetoxxxoco.oooodoo a ■ - s&xooecoooc.ssso-: qosgooocgcsg;-•xetxxjouteeuo
e have no
eli about ;
lercy on p; 1 es in this d ■<> irtiiieut. Il i< simply u
ods we keep in this department or the pri. es we lia\
All " 11 — Hid Lactie - ami Mi.sr .. Sailors
• put •
"11 for tlii.j g (
Seeing is Believing.
ICiOAl) TillS OViilC.
and si wlial '.) rout* will Ixl \.
3 yds Tea 'fowling, gc
2 yds Linneu Crash, (jc
$ 1 Large Towel,
2 yds L. L. Muslin,
2 yds Apron Che k Gingham, gc
2 yds light Outing Ibmnel, ge
2 yds Dress Gingham, g
3 yds Challie, c
3 yds Calico, ,jc
ft 1 yd Cotton Jeans pants goods, g
J5 All our 36 inch l'- reaie . - j at ge
8 All our Zephyr and I'reneli
8 Gingham goes at gc
® Guess it is a conceded fact that
OF THE Ml
nut my couapsu roboecr me rorover or
My strength steadily increased until
thomorning came, when i carefully rose
from tho bed run! found I could stand m
my feet and don my clothing. I was
still weak, bnt was making good prog-
Through 'he open door of my room 1
could see the one h ading to that apart-
anent which had proved so v eli nigh fa-
tal to 11:0. The conviction h:al long been
"With 1110 that if 1 entered that once
more 1 would find something to help
f me in my groping for light,
j So, when all was quiet down stairs
'•ml 110 0110 could know 1 was astir, I
COPYRIGHT, 109$, BV AMtPlON PRfSS ASSOCIATION
I did not let her bear much of my 1 of robbing mo of life. Wheii I became* ' wa^e^ uncertainly aero-
weight, but I was blind, and she guided | mentally my own master, I attempted jtun""1 tho kuob nml stoPP',(l
ine out into the hall and into the "spare ! to loavo my bed and found I could not. ] threshold.^
room," where I tumbled upon the bed j stand. My lower limbs were paralysed.
nud straightway lust consciousness I wondered whether it was permanent
again. I would have summoned my physt-
Mm Bridges now resorted to cold wa- | ciau from New York but for the (-ou-
ter, again chafing my hands and wrists vietion that he could give 1110 no help.
ami with motherly kindness helping mo 1 Tho nature of tho drug must bo un-
to reinovo my clothing, after which she known to any medical man in thiseoun-
"tucked mo up" in bed, and something try. Only tho fabricator or discoverer
As I did so 1 caught that s.vno odor
—faint, almost imperceptiblo to ordi-
nary senses, but in my delicate condi-
tion it almost overcame me again. It
was so abhorrent, so noxious, so hate-
ful, that had I not instantly stepped
back and closed tho door I r.iuvt have
succumbed as before. My system so ro-
thing to do with it. "
I started to go down to Maiden lane,
but the afternoon was so far along that
I was apprehensive of not finding Mr.
Brown, so I deforrod my call until tho
On my way up town 1 dropped in at
the Windsor, but learned that Mr. Sand-
husen had joined his family at their city
residenco. Then I decided that tho best
thing to do was to go to my hom . and
to that sweet, houest little wife who
persist"d in welcoming me as though I
were one risen from tho dead. Had she
known tho whole truth her feeling per-
like comfort carno to mo.
1 must have trodden close to death.
! of the thing could neutralize its effects, 1 vo'te<1 l'iat a suspicion even of its exist
and whoever that mai
In truth, I believe I stepped ovor, and it i'1 America unless it was Darins (\
was tho gentle hand of the good woman Howard. So I decided to waif.
Meanwhile I received tho best of
nursing. 1 was visited continually by*
the Bridges with whom I had engaged
quarters, and she and her husband weru
as anxious to help 1110 along tho rtiad
of recovery as were the couple with
whom I was forced to stay.
Th< y procured such articles as I need-
ed and handled mo with tho utmost
kindness and care. I had long been
forgiven for the littlodeception practic-
ed to obtain admission to the upper
floor, for I convinced them that tho
handsome man and beautiful woman
who took up their quarters with them
were evil persons who were engaged in
near 1110 would overpower my
"Keep your secret 1" I exclaimed,
hastening back to my own room, where
I threw myself on the bed until I could
rally. "It shall remain a secret forever
if it can lie solved only through that
I now began to figure when I conld
leavo my friends. The weather, which
had been sunshiny and pleasant, ! catno
cold, rainy and dismal. It lasted threo
days before the skies cleared and the
sun showed itsolf. Thou I told them
that I was going homo.
They urged 1110 to stay until my
strength was fully restored, but i as-
sured them that such was tho fact now,
and 1 would only bo wasting precious
/ opened 1
i s and l,
that drew 1110 back.
the window above my head win r< I lay '"ore particular in her inquiries.
I would have 1 • u dead within t! next At tho end of three or four days a
minute or two. When Howard warned uiost thrilling discovery camo tome—
her not to do this or sprinkle any water strength was returning to my frame,
in my face, it was with the purpose of j 1" little while I would bo fully my-
preventing my recovery. lie nearly sue- "gain.
ooeded. \ More than ouco I was 011 tho point of
unlawful practices. Indeed Mrs. Bridges j time- ()f which t0° ,nuch I,nd o'^ady
reproached herself for having given '"
them shelti r so long without being
Tho man had not taken away
volver lior a:j\ of tl)Q V< ; tru-
meuts and glass articles that \\> t■■ ruin-
«d 1 y the< Terturo f t • . Tiuy
■imply wont olT with their luggage, say-
ing they would bo back in a few days,
but I was •• 'ii' this would n< ti r take
place, and it lievtr did.
I would lik" to know the i mposition
of that stuff which the woman threw
into tho stove, and which, while it did
Hot wem t ttff< < 1 hi r, r 1 bed me of
my sens* > No doubt there are plenty of
such drugs in this country as w. 11 as in
Asia, but I never knew
Was so baneful and coi:
sending word to my wife and bringing
her to my bedside, as silo would have
hastened to ,'ome the moment she knew
of my extremity.
But wherefore? She could do no more
for mo than was b. iug dono by my
faithful attendants. My wife has long
urged ino to give up my perilous voca-
tion for some pursuit of less danger If
1 should tell her all, as 1 would bo
obliged to do, she would allow 1110 110
rest until tho change was made. 1 was
uot ready to make it and doubt whether
it over will bo made.
If the time should come when 1 be-
lieved death impended, 1 could sum-
mon her in a few hours. 1 would wait
until tho necessity arose, which, thank
Kverything connected with Nana Ha- heaven, never camo.
bib's ruby was uncanny
A full week passed before my mind
freed itself of tho effect of that" ubtlo,
noxious dnu.' wh h< i hair
III E R VO U S
■ • iinpoverixhed blood. llood'HSar-
saparilla is the One Tni" Blood
l'uiilier and NERVE TONIC.
It was a a source of never ending an-
noyance to 1110 thr«t when on tho verge
of solving *10 mystery of the great ruby
tho door was closed in my face. Had 1
been able to master myself when totter-
ing across tho floor until the window
was 1 .kiM'il ] believe Mrs. Howard wonid
have imparted the momeutous secret.
To test myself, I walked in from tho
oountry, instead of allowing Mr. Bridges
to bring mo in bis carriage. One of tho
strangest things about my experience
with that dreadful drug was that when
I reached tho station I could not per-
ceive the slightest effects from it. I was
as strong, as robust, as powerful and
active as ever in all my life.
Duty called 1110 to Now York, and 1
went thither without delay. I was sorry
to learn afterward that my good wife
had begun to feel anxious about 1110;
but, not suspecting anything of tho kind,
I devoted a littlo time to work boforo
At the Astor House 1 '• 01 • 1 thai
Mr. nud Mrs. Howard had staid thero
on tho night they camo in from Ntw i
Jersey, Th y left the fo3lowing daj to
sail for K.iglaml. A little in juiry
brought me tho cabman, an honest, !
straightforward fellow, wh > :md taken ;
their luggego to the pier, and he a s* ti rod j
mo that In >:iw them on the upper deck j
of the Campana when she swung out 1
into the stream.
Tho fact that they had sailed on this I
ocean greyhound somo two weeks boforo
proved that they wore well over toward
the other sido of tho wou ld and probably
touring on tho continent or well 011 their
way to India.
"They | avo taken with them their
secret," 1 reflected, "a secret which has
battle I mo and evorv one that had auv
/ smllal BlQhlJicftntly.
haps would havo been justified, but I
mado light of my experience and im-
pressed upon her that she should never
worry until a month or two went by
without hearing anything from 1110.
Even then it might bo that everything
I never saw a man more pleased to
meet another than was my friend Brown
the following day when I walked into
his store and offered my hand. Ho shook
it warmly and led the way back to his
"I tell you, Wittner, ' ho said in his
hearty fashion, "Sandhusen nud I, and
I suspect your wife, havo been worrying
"Why should you do flint? I iiavo
often been absent longer."
"Yes, but this whole business has
j been so odd. Weren't they a sharp cou-
"You refer to Howard and his wife?"
"Of course. Win m else would I
"Yes. They're mighty shrewd, but
wo 1110 not likely to see or hear from
"And why not?"
"They sailed on tho Campana more
than two weeks ago. "
"I suspe. ted they had left, but knew
nothing po 'tiw. I supposo you havo
learned all about t'io trick they played
Il was plain from Brown's manner
that be ha< solved the mystery, which
was *till hid-!. 11 from 1110. 1 did not
wish him to know that, so I smiled sig-
if tho whole thiug was
Easy to Take
asy to Operate
Are features peculiar to Hood's Tills. Small in '
size, tasteless, efficient, thorough. As one man |
said: '• \ 011 never know you
I wive taken a pill till it is all ■■ JJ I I ^
over." '25c. C. I. Ilood ft Co., I I I C
Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. ®
The only pills to take with Hood's Barsaparilla.
Remember i lint you can get the
Weekly Statb Dkmocuat and the
Memphis <' ominereinl Appeal, n
free silver paper, for one dollar.
You g;et vottr money's worth, or
your money buck. Dr. Simmons'
cough Syrup, .10 <1opch for oO cents,
and money returned if not satisfied.
Manufactured by A. ('. Simmons Jr.,
Medicine Company. Sherman,Tqx-
s I •
Wish to call your nttentlou to their
latent patents and styles iii fliitmner
Tlic\ it re doing n flrst-eiuss tailoring
Itii^iiK-Ks mi'l invite you to conu-und see
them befdro phudiiK your orders els j
where. There is no use Hendlnit your
urdors away from
For tailor-made clothing, as we
huh run tee sutlrfaetiou in prices, goods
and workmanship. ChII mid sec 10.
O MI L_ O R EE f\l.
Call at Mrs. Kimberliri
Filey hnve the newest and
most stylish goods in the
comity. Beautiful embroi-
dered hoods and hats for
MRS", KIM BERLIN
' • stanriint.
I f you want 11 clenn ►lui v e
-( > iv
P. 8. DEPEW,
AND BU(Lr Efl.
Plans Furnished and kstimates
. . Made . .
N'0UiI.V.\: - - . ir.l,AH()m
CALVIN W. BREWER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
j Practice in le.ioia', sii|r*. ;d to wo
OFFICE OVER ClT ZKMS DANK.
■ Norman, - ()k!ahon a.
THE STAR * BARBER SHOP,
R. L. RISINGER,
®TKc Fashionable IJarber©
For n Quick Shave or a Ncet Hair
Cut call on us.
Main Stkjset, Norman, Oki a.
Onioo: Ulako llt.i dlll(r.
NOItMAN, ■ . (I nor* A
Protect ^' ti,* t'i- in ' * i. We ilih
Write Jon s o-KMiraurt un i , : • nt au .1-'
n«vs. W" l,ir t. D. «•. r r . ,z ,.r
and list iri t \ j Uuinlfcd tuvi . 1.
and 1 will
you tfivo 1110 yonr theory,
whether it aKree.s with
FOR SALE ONLY CY
Siicccssc.rs to the C.'.Kl . I
ROWNTREE, & ARTI,
There's no theory aliont it
He.-ideH yon warned 1110
tbeori/.ing basineM. Did
you hear ah, at BtirliiiK'"
1 was compellotl to fihako my head.
"Hlght after that scamp of a Howard
Kold mo Nana Sahib's rnby ho sold
another to Bnrlintr down the street. It
|TO UK CONTINUED. |
John i a dapple gray stn'llon. eight
years old. weighs I7(K.) pounds, is 17hand*
high nml is lired No/ntan mid IVrcberon.
ill ninke the ttvasott at my place, f>
tiiileit west and ,'t miles north of Norman.
' ' IiM - —Six dollars to insuie a mare
wlib foul. Money due when fact |m known.
Cm re will t o taken to prevent a ddeuts,
butaill not lie 1 (sponsible should any < •
car W. A Hai.LMAKK.
Liuery, Peed and Sale Stable,
BRAN NEW ' S.
Double or Single HiickH BuggicH, C'nrrin((c :in<l Surri-j « Oo ,,] Snclillc
Horses for and Gentli iiien.
Drummers Carried to nil, Par/, of ih, Cm , -,-y.
I Charges Rensonnblo | Mnin Street, Near D j ot, Norman, Ok.
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Bixler, Mort L. The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 79, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1896, newspaper, May 28, 1896; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116846/m1/4/: accessed February 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.