The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, October 19, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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The latest shapes and styles in
P. N. CORSETS
At $1.00, $1.30 and $2.00
the Corset that improves the figure
Tape Girdles at 39c and 50c.
GRAND OPENING SALE
Friday, October 19, Saturday, October 20, Monday, October 22,'06
At C. Jensen, Opera Building, Norman, Ok!a.
The Store That Serves You K'ght.
SOVENIRS FREE WITH EVERY PURCHASE.
We are Sole Agents for
the New Idea Patterns
Fashion Sheets Free.
The New Idea Magazine 5 cts.
Curtains, Couch Covers and Portiers.
Fine line of Nottingham and cable net lace curtains, in
pretty white and echrn effects, extra good values and a
good selection in 3x3i yard lengths,special from $1 to $7.00.
Newest productions in portiers, the latest color effects
and pretty colored combinations, the best only for less
money large variety to select from.Prices from$l to $10 pr.
Pretty couch covers. Special priced at $3.50, $5 and $7.
Comforters and Blankets.
Large line of well make comforters, covered with pret-
ty silkolims, sateens, twills, lilled with good clean cotton
good values to suit every taste and purse for $1.00 to $4.00.
All kinds of blankets in cotton, half wool and all wool
blankets in all sizes, the lowest prices in town, specials
50c to $10.00.
Underwear and Hosiery for Men Women
Mens fleece lined underwear in plain and ribbed styles
heavy fine garments worth more than we ask, all sizes for
large and small. Special only
Mens line wool underwear at $1.00, Jl.SQsnd ?1. <3.
Womens line knitted corset covers, special priced
35c and 59c.
Womens fine fleeced underwear in white, peeled and
echrn, well finished garments, exceptional values at 50c,
59c and 65c.
Wool underwear uuion suits from $1.00 to $2.50.
Low prices in hosiery for men, women and children.
58 inch white and colored
table linens, that original
sold for 65c and 75c. Special
Mill ends in heavy outting
flannel dark and light pat-
terns 10c and 12Jc values, sale
Warm (Sight Robes for Men and Women
Heavy outing flannel gowns in pretty stripped patterns
choice selections at the lowest prices from ....5!>c to $1.69.
Mens flannel night robes special at 89c and $1.2.).
Childrens sleeping garments and Gowns at 39c, 50c, 59c.
Mens Fine Furnishings.
Mens fine shirts in the newest colors, in pleated or
plain bosoms, great variety in this seasons latest styles,
trood values in coat and regular made shirts, special open-
? , 59c to $1.00.
Mens all-wool flannel shirts in gray and blue at ... .$2.50.
Mens gloves in all kinds of styles, leather gloves, wool
Moves, kid gloves, gloves for work driving and dress,gloves
for all' occasions, exceptional values from 10c to $2.00 pr.
Good values and assortment In Trunks, Suit Cases
Taffeta and Lousine ribbons
in all staple colors from 3 to
5 inches wide, good 18 and 25c
Big drive in towels, a great
lot consisting of turkish and
huck towels, good 12^c and
15c values, now
White crochet bed spread in
good variety of patterns full
size, 125x139 values special at
Good quality unbleached
Shaker Flannel our regular
5x6 going this sale for
White Swiss ruflle curtains
three yards long with wide
well finished ruffles good 55c
curtains at only
Women's fleeced lined vest
and pants, good heavy quality
in all sizes, they are worth
35c. Sale price
25 dozen ladies fancy hand-
kerchiefs, pretty embroidor-
ied and hemstiched pattrens.
Special 15c values at only
or $1.00 doz
Nottingham lace curtains in
pretty effects three yard:
long. Special $1.00 curtain;
at this sale
New Suitings, Waistings and Silks.
Beautiful plaid suitings and waistings, very pretty effects
suitable for childrens dresses, shirtwaists, shirtswaist suits
the latest combinations in German and silk stripes plaids,
choice variety at 98c and 50c yard.
36 inch silk soisettes, a very pretty cloth suitable for
eveningwear, in all the leading shades, special price 48c yd.
Nobby new suitings in all the latest mixtures, striped
and checked effects, pretty new shadings in this seasons
latest fabrics. Special opening prices at
50c, 89c, $1.00 and $1.50 yd.
27 inch silk plaid very popular for shirtwaists, this is
the very best quality on the market, choice per yd.. .$1.75.
36 inch oil boiled taffeta silk (black) guaranteed to
wear and give satisfaction. Special sale price 9Sc yd.
Belts, Bags and Fancy Combs.
Elegant assortment in ladies line belts, pretty plaid
styles, nobby beaded effects in black and steel, splendid
variety, exceptional good values, choice line from 25c to
The latest shapes and leathers in bags, great assort-
ment in Morocca and Russian leathers, good things that
are well worth your attention. Special opening prices
25c to $5.00.
Beautiful line of fancy back combs, pretty jeweled
styles in the newest shapes, strictly fine goods and surely
the best line in town. Specials from 25c to $1.50.
New Fall Petticoats.
Women's 'silk petticoats, in pretty changeable and
plain colored styles, as well as black, well made garments
with large ruffles and silk dust ruffles, special values at
' $3.98 and 5.98.
Black mercerized and heather bloom petticoats, made
large flounce and shirred ruflles, good things from
$1.25 to $2.98.
Mens Fine Furnishings.
The latest fall styles in mens fine hats, nobby Fedora's
telescopes, Derbey's, etc, in black, pearl and tan at
$1.50 to $3.00.
Mens caps in plain and mixtures at 50c to 75c.
Fine line of mens neckwear, beautiful coloring in nobby
four-in-hands, 75c values at only 50c.
The double Triangle Brand collars are linen we sell
them for 15c or 2 for 25c.
Full line of mens trousers will arrive in a few days,
prices from $1.50 to $*1.00. WAIT FOR THEM.
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For Farm Loans see—Oklahoma
Farm Mortgage Company.
W. N. Rucker and George Giles
were business visitors to Guthrie
Oklahoma Farm Mortgage Co.
New Fall Goods in all of the latest
patterns at Holland's—same old bar-
Everybody will see the "Sweetest
girl in Dixie" Saturday night at the
J. J. Wintin went to Altu
day on business
Will Tate, of OkUhoma City spent
Sunday in this city.
Mrs. H. G. Lindsay was a visitor to
Oklahoma city Tuesday.
Mrs. John Mosier was shopping in
Oklahoma city Tuesday.
Dr. De Barr made a business trip
to Guthrie last Saturday.
Mike Donnelly, of Oklahoma City have the best companies on
spent Sunday in this city. j for fire Insurance.
E. A. Fos.er was a business visitor | Mr. and Mrs. 6 P. Render arrived
to Oklahoma Ctty Tuesday.
Frank McGinley was a business
visitor to El lie no, Monday.
Dr. Edwin DeBarr was a business
John Fox departed last Saturday |
for Altus, Oklahotn to attend a W.
O. W unveiling, which took place j
Mis. Liddie Martin left Tuesdy for;
Oklahoma city, where she has accept- j
ed a position in a large dry goods '
store in that city.
Newton Medlock, of Hobart, Okla , !
returned home last Friday after a j
several days visit in this city with |
relatives and friends
Mrs. Tom.Childers went to Lawton,
Tuesday as a daughter from Norman
Lodge of Rebecca to attend the con-
vention there this week.
W. R. Humes was dangerously ill
from an attack of hiccoughs the
W N Hayes left Wednesday for | first of this week and was brought to
Weleetka, I T , to look after bis i thls city for treatment.
mills in that city. i The Baptist ladies will have their
Nesbitt. McFarland & Brewer inonthly exchange next Saturday,
earth 1 °ct 20' ln tbe Yates building. Come
j and get good things to eat.
Mr. and Mrs. J W. Tucker, of
. a a i"i 1 Lawton, Okla., returned home Mon-
home from an extended visit Ken-i ' ' . . .
, ... . . day after a peasant visit in this city
lucky Wednesday. i 1 , .
witn Mr. and Mrj. Jim Tucker.
George Clifton, of Lexington was )
called as a grand juror but succeed
visitor to Guthrie Thursday.
See the "Sweetest girl in Dixie
Saturday nighi at the Franlns.
J. E. Millar was a business visitor
to Oklahoma City, Wednesday.
Mrs. John Ktngkade and son Roy,
were in Oklahoma city Tuesday.
B. L Webb, of Pecan Gap, Texas,
is here attending district court.
O. J. Smith, of Lexington was in
Norma* Wednesday on business
The "Sweetest girl in Dixie" at the
Franing Saturday night Oct 20
Judge Hardwick of Lexington was
here attending court Wednesday.
The Sweetest Girl in Dixie at the
opera house Saturday night, Oct. 20
E. J. Keller, of Lexington was in
Norman this week attending court.
County Superintendent Swank
visited the echools at Moore, Wed
J. A. Manasco, of Box was called
on the grand jury but oil account of
sickness at home.induced the Judge
to excuse him and he returned home
Andrew Kingkade and wife arrived
home last Wednesday morning from
a few months trip in the north east-
ern states He looks very much im-
proved in health.
'resident D. R. Boyd attended a Mr and Mrs O VV. Carpenter and
■cling of the Territorial Board of i eon Albert, of Coon Rapids, Iowa,
i.tnifc \JL knmo V iu.i 11F affpr 3 n1t>n<4.
ed in being excused.
N. E. Greenfield, of Van Buren,
county Iowa, is in the city the guest
of his brrother M. L Greenfield.
Break into Holland's and you will
secure great bargains in merchant-
able goods any day in the week.
Oklahoma Farm Mortgage Co.
President D. R. Boyd attended
Education at Guthrie, Thursday.
Jim Burtun was over from Altus.
Okla , the first of the week visiting
his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bur-
Deputy Sheriff J. H. Smith of Okla-
homa county was in the city lues-
day, bringing a patient to the sani-
J. M. Lutts departed last Friday
for New Mexico to look after his line
farm he tiled on in that country not
returned home Monday after a pleas-
ant visit in this city wslb Mr. John
Hardie and family.
J D. Vincent is back again in Hol-
land's store and his aitistic work is
seen in Holland show windows. Mr.
Vincent is bard to excell in fixing up
a show window display.
If you have lost your boyhood spirits,
courage and confidence of youth, we
| offer you new life, fresh courage and
' freedom from ill In alt h in_ Hollister'*
j Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea
I or Tablets. At Fred Reed, .
C. Jensen, proprietor of the new
store ouened in tbe Opera House
block has a big advertisinent in this
Usue of the paper Head ad care-
fully and visit tbe store.
Joe Hicks living 2 miles east of
Noble was in Norman Wednesday
having some sale bills printed for a
big sale Oct. 24, and making arrange
ments to go to New Mexico..
.Misses Inez Johnson, Susie Taylor
and Nellie Johnson of this city de-
parted Tuesday for Lawton to attend
the progressive club convention as
deligates from the Norman club.
A cold is much more easily cured
when the bowels are open. Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar opens the
bowels and drives the oold out of the
system in young or old. Sold by Bar-
bour & Sons.
Dr. Bobo. went to Lawton Tuesday
to attend tbe central medical associ-
ation Mrs. Bobo accompained him
and to attend the Woman's club con-
vention that meets ln tl.Ht city this
True and tried friends of the family
—De Wilt's Little Early Risers. Best
for results and best to take. Ro-y
cheeks ajwl sparkling eyes follow tbe
use of these dependable little pills.
They do not gripe or sicken, sold by
Barbour & Sons.
Because your cotton is bringing
you a big price is no reason way you
should pay a long price for your dry
goods. Better investigate Holland's
before you m ike your purchases of
Keep the Bowels open when you
have a cold and use a good remedy to
allay the inflammation of the mucous
membranes. The best is Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Par. It contains
no opiates, moves the bowels,s drives
Out the cold. Is reliablo and tastes
good. Sold by Barbour A; Sons
The board of regents for the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma, met last Thurs-
day afternoon in tliis city with the
following members present: Harry
Gilstrap, of Chandler; Selwyn Doug-
las, of Oklahoma City; R. E. Wood,
of Shawnee; and D. L. Larsh, of this
city, about the only business trans-
acted was the allowing of bills.
"A dime saved is a dime made."
This is an old saying, but Holland's
cu-tomers realize its truthful-
ness and make money every-
time they purchase goods at Hol-
Mrs Lula Briggs of Danville, Ark.,
returned home Monday after a pleas-
ant visit in this city with her
daughter, Mrs. W. S. Murphy. Mr.
and Mrs. Murphy accompained her
to Oklahoma city.
Independent League candidates
for constitutional convention have
been put in the field in the 27tb, 28th
and 29th districts and a Non Partisan
candidate in the 30th. These dis-
tricts cover Oklahoma county.
S. M. Moore left Monday for Law-
ton to attend the I. O. O. F' Grand
Lodge, which is in session in that
city this week. Mrs. Moore accom-
panied him, and will visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Cnas. Gorton of that
This Is the '■eason of decayed and
weakened vitality. Nature is being
shorn of ils beauty and nloom. If you
would retain yours, fortify your system
with Hollister'a Rocky Mountain Tea.
35 cents, Tea or Tublets. At Fred
Mrs. J. C. Mlnteer; Mrs. J. M.
Ilrockett; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Morfc-
er and daughter, Miss Dot; and Mrs.
W. T. Mayfield, were among tbe
Normanites who went to Oklahoma
City last Saturday to hear Sam
William M. Russell died from an
attack of heart failure at tbe Leg;:r
Hotel in Altus, Okla., last Sunday.
Mr, Uussell was well known in Nor-
man having conducted a dry goods
store and clerked in dry goods houses
in this city for several years.
If an article is imitated, ihe original
is ilways best. Think it over, when
you go to buy that box of salve to keep
around the house, get D«Will's Witch
Hazel Salve. It is the original and
the name Is htrmped on every box.
Good for eczema, tetter, boils, cuts and
bruises, and especially recommended
for piles. Sold by Barbour & Sons.
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, October 19, 1906, newspaper, October 19, 1906; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc118028/m1/5/: accessed May 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.