The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 05, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, September 21, 1894 Page: 4 of 8
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po yolI Want to sec The US tJ"'1"
T# BOSTON STORE
and inspect their Mammoth, stock of over $ 18,000
WORTH OF NEW DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ETC.
These goods are new and fresli from the
Markets and were bought since the Tariff
Bill took effect. We will surprise in Low
©he |Ummut C&rauacrtpt
I'm: TIME has AKKIVEI).
11 is now time for Republicans and
j over}' otlier man in Cleveland county
I who loves good government, and
I better times, to |>uII liisroat and work | hold a place ot prominence.
I and work hard for the election of the
I Republican ticket. The populists
j have nominated a ticket that is not
J satisfactory to many of their party
aye, a majority of them. Their ticket
was not nominated by the majority
I but by thy Berry-Allan ring, they
ofpic i-tran cript buildinq, « w'" Wl'(' to that every man who was
I ever a Republican and who has been
nominated on their ticket, is defeat-
Tin: ne wspapers are generous I Thkre is still no news of Import-
enough to share with the ladies of | ance relative to the early opening of
Kentucky the honor of having di
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1 s'.ii
Kd i'. Isul.lt. Editor iiml Propriety
rough all mails.
•Ida railroad, corner Maiu itraet and Santa
Norman is to-day the most talked
about of anv town or city in Oklaho-
rTO OUR SUBSCRIBERS:—Aoolornd pnncll | nil •hkI no man who whs once i lie- I , , .
mark aron nil this notice means that your ' 11 I Ilia alld everybody lias but words of
■ iilncriptioti .4 about to expire. We
feated Brcckenriduc in his effort to
The voter who lias made up his
mind to assist in turning down the
calamity howlers next November
should stick to his determination and
do the country a good turn by induc-
ing as many of his neighbors to do j
likewise as he can.
the Kickapoo Indian reservation.
The people who are anxious to settle
there would like to be able to do so
yet this fall, but the Transcript so
far sees nothing to indicate that they
will be able to do so.
therefore if you winli the paper contin-
ued please renew promptly.
Per Year }1.5i
Six Months 7s
Three Mouths 40
All communications should he addressed to
'The Thanhcriit, Norman, Oklahoma" and
nust he accompanied hy the author's name,
not necessarily for publication, but as a
guarantee of good faith on the part of the | ticket Mild llieil of botll tllO Other
vriter. Correspondents will ploase hand lu
heir favors not later than Wednesday so as parties Hckliowlcilgc tllC fact. One
publican can vote the pop ticket and
do justice to himself. The Demo-
crats have put out a ticket a part of
which is scandalous and many of
their party are not backward in say-
ing so, and a demand has been made
that some of the candidates on that J
ticket be pulled off. The Republi-
cans have nominated a good clean
praise for it. It is the most progres-
sive, solid and substantial town of
anything of like size in the whole
to hull re puliliratiou the name week.
(A- AilvtrtUiuc rate* made knowu on ap-
Kur Delegate to Congress,
DENNIS T. FLYNN.
iikim isi.ican countv ticket.
County Clerk W. S. iii'IV
Sheriff FRANK SMITH.
L. 1>. IIOLSHNBKCK.
Attorney ('. 1,. BOTSFORD.
Register of Deeds D. A. MINOR.
Treasurer .1. R. WILLIAMS.
Sup't. Public Inst.
MRS. N. N. WI NT IN.
Surveyor—JOHN II. SHARP
Coroner .1. H. FLOOR.
Commissioner for district No. 1.—
JOHN W. KLSTON.
Commissioner for district No.
reason for this is that the Republicans
believed themselves in the minority,
and consequently had no office seek-
ing ring to deal with and good clean
men, men of honesty and ability
were nominated by the people. Since
the nominating conventions have
been held it lias been found that Re.
publicans had greater strength than
was anticpiated and with the votes
of the dissatisfied voters of both
other parties there is a grand chance
for the Republican ticket to be elect-
ed. Don't be timid, but pull your
coat and work, and victory is ours.
Tub democrats arc now able to see
that they were suffering from an over- j j-
dose of confidence when they elected
(i rover Cleveland.
it is Hie fact that not only the demo- |
erats, but all the people of the entire j
country too, are feeling the effects of j
™ PER DAY
20 Easily Made.
We want many men, women, bojrs, and girls to
work for U8 a few hours daily, right in unci around
their own homes. The busiiM-ss is easy, pleasant,
strictly lionornblr. and pay s letter than any other
offered agents. You have a clear field and no
competition. Experience and special ability un-
necessary. No capital required. We equip you
with everything that you need, treat you well,
and help you to earn ten times ordinary wages.
Women do as well us men, and boys and girls
make good pay. Anv one, anywhere, ran do the
work. All succeed who follow our plain and sim-
ple directions. Lamest work will surely bring
a great deal of money. Everything is new
I aud in great demand. Write f r our pamphlet
| circular, and receive full information. No harm
Alld tlHi WOl'St of j done it you conclude not to go ou with the
Fenelon's Drug Store
is the place
PUre PrUgs ai)d Medicines.
Paints, Oils; Wall I'aper, Books and Stationary.
Prescriptions Compounded Day or Night.
«g«: V "V V *W VW vvv/w VV V VV**
Ci.evki.axi> County will need a
representative in the next legislature!
and the Republicans have in their
r:uiks here some good material to
select fro in.
I "X, Commissioner for district No. L— Hy resoiving to g0 ovcr~to the Re-
publicans, the dissatisfied democratic
planters of bouisiaua show that they
know upon which side their bread
The world's record in trotting has
again been broken by Alix, a six-
Nokman is the banner cotton town j year-old trotter, making a mile at
of the teiritorv. And, don't forget (lalesburg, Illinois on the 10th inst-
tliat in corn and colleges she leads, ant in 2:01!;;.
Likk Nancy llanks, llreekenridge
is no longer the runner he once was.
A. 11. WILLIAMS
Underbuyer and Underseller.
We will positively save you Money.
Money saved is money earned. We
have Sledge Hammer Bargains in
Boots and Shoes.
Dry Goods of every kind to fit the
Low Price of Cotton. Hardware
and Tinware in great variety. We
retail these goods to you for less
than some dealers pay. Surprises
every day in every department at
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
rfv rfk AA aa aa AA AA A A A rffc #
R. T. ROSS
IS HEADQUARTERS FOR
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
Goods delivered Free to any part of the city.
COR. MAIN St. and PETERS' AVE.
J. I). MAGUIRE.
and IMPLEMENT Dealer.
EP" Besides having the Largest and Best stock of Hardware and Imple ^S*
ments, which he sells at the very lowest living
prices, sells, the Celebrated.
Tiie states of Wisconsin, Minne-
sota. Iowa, Missouri, and Kansas,
were visited by frost ou the 18th,
Even the people of Maine this
year do not it seems, see lit to give
anything by nay of consolation to
the drooping democracy.
us seems to be a record break-.'
ing year and the Republicans of the
country have concluded to break a j
a few records and keep up with the
Tnk first annual celebration of the
opening up to settlement of the
Cherokee Strip was commemorated
in a fitting manner at several towns
in the new country on the 15th in-
stant. At Enid especially, the day's
proceedings were an important and
highly enjoyable event.
Oi r delegate to congress, lion. I).
T. Flynn is home froiue Washington, I
and this week opened up the cam
j paign. lie was given a rousing re-!
j ccption at Kingfisher and will re-
ceive the same fiom the people of
The Republicans of the state of j every section in recognition of the
New York have nominated Levi I'. good work Le has done for Oklahoma
Morton for governor. It is a good
nomination undone that will prove a
Now that Breekeniidge has been
knocked out of congressional honors,
will he like Madeline I'ollard, seek
further notoriety on the public stage?
Oklahoma populists like those of
Alabama, should announce their de-
termination to vote the Republican
ticket and so get in on the winning
The American laborer has found
out to his cost since the advent of the
present democratic administration,
that though goods may be a little
cheaper so too is the price of labor,
and only partial work at any price.
The loudest howlers among the
populist ranks? if the matter is care-
fully considered, will always be found
to be the incu who have the least to
howl for. Those who grumble
about high taxes have no property to j
pay taxes upon, and the same theory
will generally hold good throughout
the entire list.
CRIPPEN & Co.
Bus and Baggage Line
MEET ALL TRAINS AND
MAKE CALLS TO ANY
l'ART OF CITY.
I. K. .Miller Short Order IIous j
(3F"The Bain is the Strongest, Best and most' Durable Wagon made"®!
and has a larger sale in Kansas, Nebraska,
Missouri and Oklahoma than all other wagons
combined. Call and take a peep at them.
J. I). MAGUIRE
West Main Street. - - Norman, Okla.,
At the Transcript office if want to
13itv or Sell Farm Lands.
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Ingle, E. P. The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 05, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, September 21, 1894, newspaper, September 21, 1894; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc137175/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.