The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 29, 1916 Page: 4 of 6
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The Daily 1
J. J. BURKE: Edit
Entered as seco:
January 17, J914, at
Norman, Oklahoma, i
March 3, 1879.
Mail Subscriptions, (3
Mail Subscriptions, 1
By Carrier, per anni
By Carrier per weel
Issued Daily except
J \ U MIKE'S B
If you only use it
You'll always insii
COTTON MAY K
Southern Cotton ]
(ia., predicting a h
the coming year,
"The South has
to sell her cotton c
th:in at any period
if she will grasp i
soon, probably by
and then you car
soar in price; it m
pound over night,
cents when the
you can look for
it ends. There a
ditions that have
to higher prices
informed you w
some of the ben
you keep informt
when it is too lat
are alive all rigl
selling out stocl
when the war €
diripating the ris
sold at i
As you all know, I am a candidate fur the office of
Sheriff of. Cleveland county, I earnestly ask your sup-
p.)it and influence when you vote at the primaries next
Tuesday. The report has been circulated that I had
withdrawn from this race, but this report was er-
roneous, owing to a similarity of my name with that
of Capt. King, who went away with the soldier boys. 1
have not been able to see each of you personally owing
to the serious illr.c s of my little boy who is at this time
down with the typhoid fever. So I am taking this op-
p<'i tunity of reaching you.
If I am elected, 1 want it known that "pull" and in-
fluence will have no effect whatever upon me as an of-
ficial. THE LAW AS IT IS WRITTEN WILL HAVE
TO DECIDE EACH AND EVERY POINT
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF OF
Subject to action of the primary August 1, 1016.
INVESTIGATE MY RECORD: *
JOHN A. FOX
FOR THE NOMINATION FOR DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
^ our support will be appreciated
worTlVo m<! "y What pe0plosay' but J'u,|Ke ™ by the
Candidate for the Republican Nomination for
C lerk oI District Court
When you go into the polling piace on Tuesday, be
sure and stamp in front of the name of Jim Stuffle-
bean, candidate for Clerk of the District Court. You
wil vote for one of the most through-going, reliable
and honest young men in Okahoma, bar none, and one
who is especially qualified for that position.
Jim is a farmer boy, with good education, without an
enemy anywhere, and with hundreds of warm and
energetic friends in all parties. He will make a strong
candidate in the general election, no matter who the
Democratic candidate may be.
Don't fail on next Tuesday to stamp in front of the
The Daily Transcript
J. J. BURKE. Editor and Owner
Entered as secon^-ctass matter
January 17, J'J14, at the Postoffice at
Norman, Oklahoma, under the Act of
March 3, 1879.
Mail Subscriptions, year $2.50
Mail Subscriptions, (j months l 25
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By Carrier, per annum _ 2 00
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VOTE FOR KATE BARBOUR FOR
OF CLEVELAND COUNTY.
She will appreciate your support.
Mr. voter, why risk a change? PolAdv
Sit on The
Why not make your porch as at-
tractive as your living room? Most
of your visiting will be done 011
porches this summer.
Omit Old Chairs
Don't drag out old rickety chairs
that you would be ashamed to have in
Make your porch a delightful,
friendly bower by equipping it with
real porch furniture.
It does not cost much. We are
dosing out our porch furniture be-
Stork script tfiven for cash pur-
I. M. JACKSON
Jep Knight is a native of Mississip
pi. He was reared in this Senatorial
District. Among the people he seeks
to represent in the legislature. He is
h college graduate, and was presi-
dent of his senior class. He is a law
school graduate, and was admitted to
the bar in 19111.
His high educational training com-
bined with his native ability, com-
mon sense and energy will enable 1
him to render efficient service in the '
•lep Knight is a genuine democrat
and has taken an active part in demo-
cratic politics since statehood.
Every farmer should support him
because he is their friend and will
set ve them faithfully. Every profes-
sional and business man should sup-
port him because he represents In
himself their class. Every young
man should support him because he
is one of them. Every older man
should support him because he will
try to make it possible for their boys I
and gills to have the best of oppor- (
Tb.s district will be ably and ra-
vorably represented with the elec- '
tion of Jep Knight.
J. T. SEAWELL TO DEMOCRATIC
j As it has been impossible for me
| to see all the voters, I take this op-
portunity to inform you that I ain
I in the race for county weigher. There-
| fore' wil1 asl< your vote in the election
j "ii the first day of August.
Indeed, I would be glad to see you
and enjoy your personal acquaintance
and allow you to judge as to my qual
I was brought up in Lafayette
county, Mo. I served four years in
the Confederate army.
My prayer is for your vote, and if
nominated and elected, I will take
pleasure in giving you good service,
and leave you to enjoy the fact that
you voted for me.
Yours truly and kindly,
J. T. SEAWELI
Buy Lumber Here
We sell lumber for building
anything from a house to a baby
We sell any grade of lumber
you want and we sell it at the
We sell all grades of lumber
for repairing anything and
Some very cheap lumber for
fence boards and other kinds of
And please remember that there i« nn k:ii * 1
for our most careful consideration. ' "" "Ke "r °Ur caPac'ty and none too small
DAVII) BAWDEN, Manager.
. . • -'.ir-
C. Lincoln McGuire, now for
Presidental Elector, Republican, was
waiting July 4, 1901, to deliver his
address to the celebration at Osceola,
Mo. While he sat on the hotel porch
a runaway horse with buggy bearing
a frightened old lady, passed the hotel
The lines were in the air and instant-
ly Mr. McGuire seized and tripped the
horse, which fell and was held down.
The old lady, too badly frightened to
thank anybody, hurried away A
half hour later Mr. McGuire was ad-
dressing the big audience heedless of
an injured band hurt by the horse. He !
was certainly attentively heard. j
— Ihe man who will save the county
money—Ernest B. Helms
CARTER'S PRE-INVENTORY SALE
FREE Saturday Last Day frff
chasing 25c worth ^"merchandise or*"mor"6 siturdi'v"mi.roun<i t0 the first 25 people pur
puichasmg 25c worth after 1 o'clock in The afternoon V Un<l 25 more to the first MpeSpie
3 packages 5c Envelopes _ 10c
10c package PlayingCards7_6c
10c Summer Novels, 3 for __25c
20c Box Stationary 12c
15c Hose, 2 for 25c
7 Rolls 5c Toilet Paper -_~_25c
GET ONE FOR THE KIDDIES
35c Quality Straw Hats 22c
Orangeade, 2 Glasses for . 5C
ICE CREAM CONES—2 For 5c
A few Children's Wash Dresses
left, 35c values, 2 to 6 years.
, to go at 16c'
50c Ladies' Sport Waists, Pre-
inventorj, price __..33c
10c Toilet Soap 7C
CARTER'S NICKLE STORE
LARABEE'S BEST FLOUR
W ith the next order insist on it.
You'll be a satisfied, bread maker.
Little Miss Blanche Baggett went
to Noble this morning to visit little
Miss Gem Williams a few days.
—Vote for Denver Runyan. He is a
I real Norman boy, having lived here
j since 1889.
, —Mr. Jas. D. Maguire has gone to
Hot Springs, Ark., to try the effects
of the baths of that noYed health re-
soi t. Mrs. Maguire and three children
left on Wednesday 'for Sulphur to
spend a week or ten days.
Stamp in front of Denver Run-
J-an's .name for County Treasurer
Mr. and Mrs. John.Hardie expect
to get away tonight (Friday) to spend
the balance of the summer with their
daughters near Portland, Oregon
They will take with them the best
wishes of Normanites for a enjoyabie
visit and safe return.
—Stamp in front of Jim Corbett's
name for County Treasurer.—Pol Adv
LARABEE'S BEST FLOUR
You should see the bread it makes
1 ry it next tim, and be convinced.
A r McCall & Sons Cash Grocery
SATURDAY, JULY 29.
11 Pounds of Sugar $1.00
o tVoz £ c 0ran es $1.00
■i uoz. Bananas and 2 Doz
Lemons ?1 00
'1 oimds Pea Berry Coffee $1.00
14 Cans Hominy or Kraut $1.00
: Pea* r $1-00
14 lOi Cans Oysters $1.00
16 lbs Fancy Head Rice __$1.00
10c Packages Macorni
or Spaghitti $1 on
10c Packages Quaker
Oats ■ a t nrv
6 25c K. C. or Health Club
Baking Powder oo
4 Packages Fautless Starch 4
Packages Soda and 12 Boxes
Matches for _ «l 00
30 Bars Crystal White """
207 EAST MAIN STREET,
6 Sunbrite Cleaner, 6
Lye and 12 Star
Washing Powder for
18 10c Rolls Toilet Paper
30 5c Rails Toilet Paper,'
Choctaw Flour, per sack _
4 lbs R. B. M. Coffee
3 40c Sacks of Meal ___
5 Gallons Oil
5 Gallons Gasoline
Are Good Dollar Day Only.
Sons Cash Grocery
AUTO DELIVERY J
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