The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 06, No. 01, Ed. 1 Friday, October 5, 1894 Page: 1 of 8
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C'lectland is the Banner
County of Oklahoma.
K. Y. M avuum Kuiiok a sin Pkuhhiktok.
A LIVE RKPL HL.1CAX XX ITS PAfER— DEVOTEl> JO THE BEST INTERESTS OF XORMAX .1X1) SOl/TUERX OKLAHOMA.
Xor man is the A thens
Kate* -1 Subscription $1 ,r t> Per Annum.
' I Advertitting, nun]c known tin Application
NORMAN. OKLAHOMA TERRITORY. FRIDAY. OC TOBER 5. 18114.
r. s. v.
<). W. Mkacham. Local Editor.
im'i 1i07 &• in .
407. r. . .. p. m I day and Wednesday.
no 423 accommodation .5:15 p. m
HO. -VH •• m
no. Ktl accommodation
—Geo. Taeket has put up a new sign.
—Gov. Renfrow was in the city Tucs-
At. Elvington, A. C. McCord, Geo. i
Hill and Holly ltidley have gone over gome Facts of Interest Gleaned
in the Choctaw Nation on a bee hunt-
ting expedition and expect to bo gone
All Parts of Oklahoma,
Through a mistake in the date, the
Horticultural meeting was a failure last' Is The Date For The Biggest Time Nor-
abo'tt three weeks,
The boys expect a
7 HIO a. in
A New Grocery.
Mr. A. H. Jones & Son have put in a
. nice stock of groceries just opposite the
—Andy Bible s again at his post in ,., , . ,, . . ... . ,
J , , "... ' i Oklahoma Hotel on Main Street where
—E. F. Taylor has indulged in the j
luxury of a new buggy.
1 engine room of the mill.
they will be pleased to meet old friends
.11 a. m.
Church corner of Uray street and
ter Ave. Services every Sunday
Morning services .......... ... ■
Class meeting ammediately after. _
Evenl.ur ... in urn'
Sunday School 10
W. D. krahi. Sup*. ,
-Chas. Watts is erecting a now re- amj (0 form ncw acquaintances. They
sidence on the east side. j sc]j g00(j goods at very prices and de-
D. W. Marquart went to Lexington serve a share of the patronage.
last Monday on business. A Cyolone
-Geo. Hill moved his family in the Th# of Kftnaa8i wa8
| Carder mMXo* laSt Mon'lliy' visited last Monday by a very dam.*-
—J. C. Dean of Oklahoma City was j jng cyclone, many houses and tiees were
doing business in this city last Tuesday. J totally destroyed, but no deaths have
Church corner of I'eter
street. Services every Stuula>
, heaviest dust storm ever know.
! |( m from Lexington was in the city Wednes-! that this Territory was visited by ti the
.8:15p.m. | day.
; „„...i,.^H isn'ni' —The Presbyterian Synol for
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening s.iap in. j j
Hkv 1'attkbsun 1 astor. Territory will held at Guthrie October
Church on Touhawa street between C raw - _R
The (.'handler News Is for sale.
A 12 year old boy at Enid weighs 142
The Oklahoma City fair was a great
Frank Prouty has started another
paper at Ferry.
South McAlester suffered a $11.1100
lire not long ago.
The El Reno county fair will be held
October 10, 17, 18 and 10.
An Arkansas City girl eloped with an
Osage Indian the other day.
Miss Ida Davis has iileii on the Segar
townsite claining it as a homestead.
Marshal Nix says the arresting of the
wood haulers must stop. Hurrah for
Arapahoe lice claims to be the only
paper In the Cheyenne
ford and Porter Ave. Services
Sundays of each month.
Rev. Fathku Bokkemans
^Superintend- ; city last Wednesday and made the
2d ami 3d | "• • Kd wards, formerly l'robate
Priest I Judge of P county was in the city last
baptist. 1 '
Preaching on 1st, and 3rd. Sunday of eacl
month. Sunday School every Sunday mot ![■
"g at 9:45 a. in. C. W. Brewer Superintend- .
ent. Prayer Pa^o^r j faculty
— Otir Frank Smith is down in tlie
Smith part of the county rustling for
y second ami loun.. 1 votes this week.
[1 evening. Sunday school
iVery Sunday morning at io o'clock. All are i —Geo. Tackett was pretty badly in-j Sendeldaeh of Wichita,
invited, J* k- " AG"". 1 *«*"• i
A Republican meeting will be held at j religious
Adair school house Saturday October j country.
13th. Good speakers will be present] The body of Frank Ledgers was found
and a general good time is expected, in the Cottonwood river at Guthrie last
Wednesday. The meeting will be held
next Wednesday the 10th.
Get Your Tickets.
For the Vincent lecture at Blake &
Teel's. No extra charges for reserved
seats. Get your tickets early and secure
your choice of scats. Aside from the
very rare treat we shall have in the
lecture, a full house will be a guarantee
of good faith and lidelity of the citizens
of Norman on, behalf of the enterprise
which liishop Vincent fosters. Let
everybody turn out. Remember the
time and place, Opera House, Tuesday
Octobcr 9th, 7:30 o'clock p. m.
Tommy Warren Dead,
A telegram was received yesterday
morning stating that Tommy Warren
had been killed in a railroad wreck, and
that the body would arrive here last
night. A later dispatch was received
saying that the body would not arrive
until the one o'clock to-night. The an-
nouncement fell heavy on Mrs. Warren
and family, and they arc almost
Later:-1—1The funeral service will be
held at the Baptist Church to-morrow at
Preaching every second and fourth Sun-
day, morning and evening.
-The University regents met in this let everybody who beliefs in good j Sunday.
government be present and hear the Seniltor Pcffer of Kansas let the Okla
issues that most interest our people dis-j homa win(1 blow through his whiskers | 3 0.ci0cki aml tlic interment will tako
lllssu'' last week. j place on Mrs. Warren's farm four miles
t he Jowa Indians living near Perkins | northwest of Norman.
be paid $15,000, by the |
Services every Sunday evening at 8 u clock.
All are Invited.
W. C. Renfrow..
J. H. Burford, '
H, W.Scott, f"
E, D. Nix
J H. Maxey of Tecumseh. \>. >> Noir-
singer of Kingfisher. S T. I.cavy of Norman,
and J. H. Wheeler of Oklahoma City. Wheel-
The Wichita Dry Goods House.
Messc-rs. Joseph I„ Voegeli and M. II. wi" 80011
Kansas, liavo j doyertiirjent.
| jured at the fire Saturday morning and j lately put in one of the most complete] Miss Bush living near Enid committed
was carried home. stock of dry goods in the Territory in I suicide ono day last week by drowning
—The Post office was moved last jthe building lately occupicd by the j herself in a well.
Monday night to the Fisher building Boston Store, opposite M. McGinley's I Newkirk had a jail delivery last Sun-
next to the State Bank. ; grocery, and have christened it the
- Miss Nora Kennedy of Guthrie who I Wichita 1>rr 000116 1Iousc The>' carr>'
everything in the dry goods and mlllen-
cry line, and arc surprising competitors
with their low prices on everything.
When in town make them a callcd.
Vou w ill And them to be perfect gentle-
men. See their ad in another column.
Chief Justice, | ilag jjeen vjgitjng in this city for some
.Associate Justices tjme returned home last Sunday.
U. S. Marshal, I
J. II. Hoan, Sr. one of the solid He-
publicans of Cleveland county was
doing business in the city Tuesday.
—Mrs. Eli Leach of lSeloit, Kansas,
mother of our It. E. Leach is here on a
(' I.F.V HI. A
S. J. Wilkius.
L. P. lliirkoe
I). B. Wynne.
Geo. Smith. ..
W. H. Bellamy
M. M. Hough
J. A. Jones
day and Maddox the saloon keeper who
killed a man escaped.
The Democrats up at Kingfisher had a
devil of a time trying to endorse the
The El Hcno Democrat says Canadian
county has no kick to make on the
^'r0, j It is said that Editor Ilensley, of the
Last Saturday morning about two m jteno Democrat uses a 44 colts,in his
o'clock the fire alarm was given and i editorial sanctum as a paper weight.
The heavy rain that fell in thi, many ofour citizens responded and battl- Tho on|y chrlstlan College in the
. . . keg! of Deeds. | vicinity last Monday night is greatly
ed nobly against the flames; and through
.surveyor: I appreciated
W. H. Blackwell Chairman 2nd. ) clerk.
J. M. Daniels. 1st —
S. A, Armbrlster 3rd. ) I he Carey-Lombard I.umber Co s
Norman City Dihectohy.
1). A. Miner
Indian Territory was opened at Minco
C. A. Harrington
P. Adkins Mayor :>rd .
W, J. Kelley 2nd
P. Adkins 3rd
' Tyler Blake 4th
A inly Berry 5th
W. L. Choate 1st
J.T.Scott,6th ...... I .
Meets!each Alternate Monday night.
J. 1). <tripsl y
J. F. Rice <,(ty Assesser
Frank Smith (.lty Marshal.
Ho A HI) OF HEALTH.
Chairman.. ,M. M. («oujrh.
Secretary, Dr K. h. Innis,
Dh. JoHNtJoN, Resigned.
Mayor, elegant new block is nearly completion.
City Attorney. | city.
Thanks to the weather |tllc lK'roic L',Iorts of °"r fir,! department byKcv. Boggess of Guthrie.
and assisted by others the lire was com-, ' .
fined to one house, although it look fc-'- Gov- "enfrow is busily engaged,
a while as though half the town would | looking for a place on his anatomy
The corps of Choctaw surveyors,
which left here three weeks ago, is now
ten miles west of Keokuk Falls seeking
a suitable place to re-cross the riycr.
The survey made by this crops departs
from tho old survey below Choctaw
City, and crosses to the north side of
the river at Sweeney's bridge. The
line runs ten miles north of Shawnee
and misses Keokuk Kalis about ten
miles. It also misses Tecumseh nearly
fifteen miles. The present survey may
be made in order to force the towns to
man Every Saw Fireman's
Picnic And Ball.
Great preparations have been made by
the Fire boys and a grand time is ex.
pectcd. They have secured a brass
band and other music for the occasion.
Let's all turn out and help the enter-
prise. The speakers will be here and a
grand time will be had. A large number
of people from other towns will help us
celebrate the completion of our water
Almost A Fire.
Dr. Powers' mill and gin out on Little
Hiver caught fire yesterday and came
near going up in smoke. I!ut by good
management the flames were put out
and only slight damages were sustained.
How To Get Prosperity.
The Populists assert, and have forced
many laboring men to believe a lie,
namely, that the Kepublican party is
not their friend.
The Republican party, opposed by
the organized Democracy, saved this
country and destroyed human slavery,
and elevated the working masses from
chattels and "mudsills of society.''
It is responsible alone for the free-
school system, by which tho poor chil-
dren are given a first class education.
It is alone responsible for the home-
stead act, giving a free home, or sell-
ing a farm at $1.25 per acre.
The Republicans arc alone respon-
sible for exempting the home from
forced sale for any debt, and it is In-
alienable unless one voluntarily mort-
gages away his rights.
That party exempted a large amount
of personal property from sale for debt,
and exempts $200 from all taxation.
The Republican party is responsible
for developing this country up to the
offer a bonus, although the surveyors be8t ml t,le faco the globe, and for
developing its manufactories until the
home market consumes ! 2 per ent of all
claim that it is by far the cheapest
route. The surveying party which
started from South McAlester, several
weeks ago has reached Wewoka in tlie
When done it will be the finest in the
go up in smoke. The tire
11 uglit in
some mysterious way in a house of
"ill-shape" lately built by \V. II. Sea-
Miss Emma Kimble has opened up j well, and was located just east of the
T. M. ltichardson Lumber yard. The
inmates of tne house at the time were
not at home but were taking in the fair
where Obcrlender did not take the hide
To the Pabst Brewins Oo.
Gknti-eman:—We the Xorinan Vol-
ilmen. | a stock of millinery goods near the Xew
| Vork Backet. Miss Kimble is from
—J. B. Williams, the next County j at Oklahoma City, and it is thought
Treasurer of Cleveland is up in the | that the house was fired. No one but
north part of the county getting ac- : the owners of the house and a few
quainted with the voters. frequenters of the same arc sorry the
-Norman is the cotton market of ll0U6e burned, as such institutions arc
meets'every ti'i-st6 and' Uiir.i Monday j this Territory and don't you forget it. | not desirous.
ill eaoli month. All I Every day our streets are crowded
ureiimted. A. w. fisher, w. m. , . ...
W..I. Hrli.y, Secy. ; from early morning until late at night,
Mr. II. SliafT, of near Bhoades, Mo.,
has arrived here with his family and
was looking for a house Tuesday, lie is
a solid Republican, and a friend of Mr.
iinteer Fire Department return our
heart felt thanks for the liberal donation
The strip is getting the irrigation j 0f $200,00 to be applied to the purchase
fever pretty bad. Not only the land , 0fjire apparatus for the city of Norman
but the politics of that section needs j antj thut tlic P"lre Department will at all
J.E. Queinof the Edmond-Republi-
times be ever ready to protcct their
property when ever our services are re
can was tlie auctioneer at the sale ol | quired and the Ilook and Ladder truck,
lots in Military reservation at Oklaho-
Minco. Denutv Marshals were
will always be known as the Pabst
Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1, and also a
Democratic barbecue down at vote of thanks be extended to Henry
Deputy Marshals were sub-1 Linn of Guthrie, Okla., general agent,
Norman I.oilsre No. 5. K.
of P. meets every Wed-
nesday night. Castle Hall
in Hilllum Blllhling
Uy visiting knights cordially
invited. W. 1.. Chapman
W. A. Kiltledge K,
f It. and S,
Norman Lodge I.O. O.
F. No. meets each
Thursday night. Visiting
J, K. Pyi.es, N. G.
'd. L. Yankee, Sec.
— Chas. F. Hardy, special agent for
the Insurance Company of North
America arid the Pennsylvania Fire In-
surance Co., was in the city a couple
days this week.
I —A. W. Fishers, little boy fell from
j the top of their ncw house Wednesday
| morning. Dr. Snow was called but
ohn H. Scott, Physician and Surgeon will, .... ,„
office Rooms land before he arrived the little fellow was
Norman, Okla. j on his feet and it is thought that his
J do a general practice,
over the Citizens Hunk
i stituted for cattle.—The Minstrel roast- j and Hugh Moore local agent of Norman
That S ell led them. 1 for the assistance they rendered in help-
A large crowd met iTst Tuesday night The citizens at and around Tryon ! ">K secure this donation and it was also
at M. E. Clulrch South to spell. The j celebrated the anniversary of the open- * °'c< ' ''s P'1 J 18 K 1 >e
house was Called to order by Prof. Chap-! ing of the Sac and Fox and Iowa lands , sentt^ie a ist Srew ing ^o. lwaiuee
man who stated that two prizes would I last Saturday. ^ s owingour appreciations.
Special attention given to Gynecology j injuries are slight.
diseases and Can-
I.iseases of children, Rectal diseases u
Jh. fknei.on. u. D. Professional calls at-
. tended promptly.-Office at Fenelon &
Bellamy 's Drug Store, East Main Street, Nor-
man, Oklahoma Territory.
CS. Shimer, M. D. Homoeopothic Pliysi-
• cian and Surgeon. Office ill Norman
State Bank building. Special attention paid
todeseasesof the rectum, and the deseases of
RE. Innis, M. D. office at residence ill
.North part of City. Will attend all
professional calls promptly.
rkl.lakd. Dentist. Office:—
, Blake A Elledge Block,
SA. WAITS Physician and Surgeon, office
• In Norman Drug Store. Residence cor-
ner Gray Street and Webster Ave.
—Dr. C. E. Williams, the Eye, Ear,
j Nose and Throat, specialist has moved
his office into the cozy rooms over the
Citizens Bank. Those effected with'
a dissease specialiar to the above,should ■
not fail to consult him.
—Everett Baker an eld livery-man
from Rush Springs, has purchased Dr.
Burch's interest in the Burch & Hamil-
ton livery business. Mr. Baker has
had sixteen years of experience in the
business and knows how to suit the
—Mr. A. E. Johnston a good solid
HARRIS & BOTSFORD,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
Office—In Seawell Building.
be given, one to the best speller and one
to the person who was spelled down
first. Mr. Chas. F. York and Mr. John
llartzell chose up, and Prof. Chapman
pronounced. The spelling was spirited
and much fun was had, as nearly all
went down on easy words. Mrs. W. J.
Kelley carried off the prize as the best
speller and Mrs. Warren carried ofl' the
prize for sitting down first. After the
spelling match was over coffee and
cake was served. Taking the entertain-
ment as a whole it was one of the most
pleasant affairs that has happened in
! this city for sometime. In fact every-
! body enjoyed it so well that a request
| was made that it be repeated two
weeks from that night which will be
October 10th, at which Maguffeys old
..... . Itcspcetfully,
Beaumont, Vincent and Bailey have , Noman Volunteer F,re I)cpartmcnt
got their old vidette organization in
good working order in nearly every
county in this territory.
The Duncan Banner complains of too
much advertising matter. We are not
much for diseases, but we are willing to
eatcli something of that kind.
G. W. Tackett, Chief.
The University was visited by Maj.
Alvord, President of the Stillwater
Agricultural College, last Monday.
A woman who came all the way from ; Norman is seldom visited by a more j ]jem0cracy into power, and destroyed
the home products.
It is alone responsible for so increas-
ing the demand for labor, that work-
ing men and women were from 1880 to
18112 paid the highest wages of any
laboring ptiopl« in tKo world.
The Republican party is also respon-
sible for so diversifying manufactories
that everything in the way of clothing
and supplies are cheaper than in any
former decade, while wages were high-
The Republican party is alone re-
sponsible for giving Americans the best
financial system the world has ever
known, and of making use of over five
hundred millions of silver as money, in
tlic last twenty years, from'73 to'93,
while in all the previous history of our
country, only eight millions had been
used, and every dollar of silver or cur-
rency is as good as gold.
Republican inangement was so per-
fect that in its last year (1892) of con-
trol, the highest commercial authority,
Dun's Review, said: "The largest
trade ever known; the mills crowded
witli work, and all business stimulated
by high hopes." Factories were all
busy and laborers were employed.
Hut ihe people were persuaded to be-
lieve a lie, and they voted Populism and
Ncw York to Guthrie in order to secure noted person than the Major, and we
a divorce, died in that city last week. I feel proud that he visited us. lie came
Women from other states will take j down to see his old friend President
Boyd, and Oklahoma's greatest educa-
The Enid Wave the most rantanker- tional institution. While here he enter-
ous democratic sheet in the Territory is
dead again" the Hall-Pulliam-Ken-
tabled the students of the University
with a very pleasant talk about the
blue back spellers will be used. Now j
hunt up your old blue backs and study. ; fused to accept the Pulliman apporfion-
will have to
frow-Turner-Galbralth—Niblack appor- Territory in which we live, and was
tionment business. Hble togive factstonceming this section
The populists of Logan county re-
that were ncw and interesting. In his
talk it was learned that the Major made
the first topographical survey of this
country and knows as much if not more
about it than any other man in the Ter-
ritory. lie said that at one time there
were 11,000,000 buft'alos on the hills and
in the valleys of the Wichita mountains.
A. W. Fisher.
FISHER & HENNESSY.
Prompt attention given to all business in-
trusted to us.
Fisher Building Norman. O.T.
DR. T. II. WILLIAMS
— :(>ffiee Over Norman State Rank: —
Norman, >' Okla.
As False aR Hades ! ment- The Democrats
The small fry or "e fellows that do j take all the credit of that job.
not belong to the ring within a ring in j The Choctaw railroad which runs
the pop party are basely misguided and j from El Reno to Oklahoma City and
made to believe a dastardly falsehood, j which will be extended to Soutli Mc-
They really want free silver but the j Alester, has been sold to George II. ne was in charge of 10,000 wild Indians
ring fellows wear a silver mask. The | Karl, of Philadelphia for $3,500,000. at the time that General Custer came
Republican irom Moore called Monday jnsi(]e-af-the-ring fellows do not want I original Oklahoma boomers will down in this country and fought the
and subscsibed for the Iranscriit. Mr. j free gilver an(1 thig country would never I ho,d a reunion and picnic at Coopers battle of Washita. He had charge of
have it if It were left to them to decide. lgrove near Seward October 13th, 14tli, and established Ft. Sill in this Ter-
They say they are in order to catch the Ln(j j3tj, Sunday the 14th will be de- rltory. All the students were delight
Western farmer's vote; but when they ! vote(i to the memory of D. L. Payne. with his talk and are anxious for him to
get into the hall of congress, show their j Th#re ,g nQt many peop,e w,l0 would come again.
hand. The following is a correct copy j bp tQ ,)c jn „alton,s bootSi
ofa bill introduced in congress by Jerry , ^ (here |s R man by the name of Advertised Letters.
Simpson: , Hewett who claims to have the boots For the week ending Oct. 5th, 1894.
"Skc. 15. 1 hat one year from, and w,lich Bi|, wore when lie "shuffled his Adams A G Goc B F
after the passage of this act the coinage mort>1 ^ „ j Q Grac;e
of gold and silver coins above the de- ; , „ vtarria Kirhv
nomination of twentyfive cents shall The Democratic papers throughout i 11'
cease, and three years from the date of the territory are making a great fuss be-j r|K88 •
the passage of this act such coins will cause of some Englishmen are coming onwor i i
no longer be legal, and the United to investigate the Southern Lynchers. I
States shall provide for the redemption They claim the south is not more guifly
of all such coins at their face value by , of such crimes than the north, if so the
exchanging for them legal tender paper investigation will probably show it.
money, and manufacture them into bars Democrats are not enthusiasiicly in
and keep the same on sale." ! favor of investigation anyhow.
Johnston had the misfortune to lose his
wife one day last week, ills many
friends extend to liini their hearttelt
sympathy in his sad breavement.
—Rev. Rowan preached a splendid
| sermon at the M. E. church last Sun-
| day night. Mr. Rowan is a good speak-
E. E. Hennessy. j er> is logical and can hold a crowd spell-
bound. He is the right man in the
right place and if the world had more
preachers like him it would be better.
—Judge Wilkin's enjoyed another
visit from his brother who liyes in
Texas, last week, Mr. Wilkins was up
here several months ago and was much
pleased with our country, and the
Transcript would not be much sur-
prised to see him move here. He
will receive a hearty welcome.
McDonald D W
Philips J Jj
Smith S R
Taylor Joe (2)
general confidence, and hard times, the
worst known by this generation, was
the results, and the same high com-
mercial authority said of 1893: "Start-
ing with the largest trade ever known,
the mills crowded with work, the year
'93 has proved, in the shrinkage of
trade, in commercial disaster and tho
depression of industries the worst in
fifty years. The year closes with the
prices of many products the lowe®' r
known, with millions of workers see., i ^
in vain for work, and with chai v
laboring to keep back suffering and
starvation in all our cities."
Contrast the condition of labor and
its reward in prices in 1890-1 and '92,
with what they have been in 1893-4,
and see what the people have lost by
putting the demo-populist party in
power. How is it with the scandals
and mismanagement of \ Kansas
finances, and state charitable and penal
institutions; mismanagement and in-
competence in high places; the assess-
ments being lowered on Pullman and
other railway property but kept upon
their horses and lands. Instead of 75
cents for wheat and 20 pounds of sugar
for a dollar, you now get 35 cents for
wheat and 15 pounds of sugar tor a
The remedy is to vote the Republican
I party into power next November,
i thereby restoring confidence and pros-
i perity, and driving from the halls of
i congress the men whom the 1 resident
In calling for the above please say | says passed the "bill of perfidy and dis-
gdvertised." T. J. Johnson, P. M. I honor."
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