The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 25, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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of wagons for
to sell at the
ANOTHER CAR OF BUGGIES
NEXT nONTH. GET TO
TRADING AT THE
HERE THEY ARE:
McCormick Line McFarlin Buggies, Owens-
boro and F. & 1. Wagons, Hummer Plows.
J. A. Hullum, President.
E. B. Johnson Vice Pres.
C. H. Bkssent, Cashirr.
w ill Synnott Asst. Cashier
The First National Bank
CAPITAL, $50,000. X OF NORMAN. O. T.
A safe, conservative, banking institution, Special atten-
tion given to accounts of Fanners, Cattlemen and Mer-
chants. Satisfaction guaranteed.
HAYNES BUXION, M.
D. EDWIN F. DAVIS, M. D
BUXTON & DAVIS.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
I28J4 West Main Street, Oklahoma Ciry, O. T.
Brtablishw! in oklnhcina 11 Yearn. Cff ceOptn tor Patienla 365 Days of Every Year
Little Stories of Interest.
Tlie cruel newspapeisare publishing
the story tliat a 'Sweet-j?irlgraduate"
if) a neighboring town read an essay
on physiology in which she said: "The
human body is divided into three
the head, the ihist and the
stun niick. Hie head contains the
eyes and brains, if any. The chist con-
tains the lunps and a piece of the
liver. The stummick is devoted to
llie bowels, of which there is live, a,
e, i, o, u, and scniet lines w and y."
The editor of a country paper re-
cently received a tine chicken Sup-
posing it to lie a token of appreciation
from a discriminating reader, he took
it home for dinner. The following
day he received this letter: "Dear
Editor—Yesterday I sent you a chick-
en in order to settle a dispute which
lias arisen here. Can you tell us what
the chicken died of¥"
Editor Revill. of the Merriwether
Vindicator, wrote: "Yesterday a i
tMwarm of bees lit upon a limb of the,
' tree in front of Mrs. Smith Smither-1
.son and presented a very interesting
appearance." But the printer, wiioi
was in a hurry to attei d a ball game, j
set it up: "Yesterday n swarm of
bees lit upon a limb of Mrs. Smith |
Smitherson, which presented a very
interesting appearance." The next
day something madder that a swann
of bees lit upon tlie editor. It wus
Moore Enterprise Items.
John \Y. Maddox, of Norman,
«nd Ella J. Burkett of Newcastle,
I. T., were married last week.
Both parties are well known to
•many of our readers.
Charley Everett and family
"have gone to Sulphur Springs to
spend a month «>r two for the
benefit of his health. They >vill
-read this paper while there.
Miss Lizzie Cochran, aged 22,
died Tuesday morning at the
""home of her brother-in-law, \\ .
A. Lavender, of the Robinson
school house neighborhood; her
death resulting from consumption.
The funeral was conducted by
Rev. W. A. Howe, assisted by
Kev. A. M. Croxton. The burial
took place at the Odd Fellows
xemetery near Norman, Tuesday
Another Big Special.
The special sale at Rucker's
Cash Store on September 1, 2, 3,
1904, will be a hummer. Keep
-vour money in your pocket until
Nicodemus has been county
attorney two terms or four years.
Andy Hutchin hasalso held down
the job four years. Why not now
give Mr. Botsford an opportunity
to show what sort of a county at-
torney he would be? It is an im
portant office. No lawyer it
Cleveland county is better fitted
for it than C. L. Botsford. His
ability is conceded by all. He
would make a good record.
Oklahoma scored again this
week—and scored big too—when
Banker M. L. Turner, of Oklaho-
ma City, went into financial cir-
cles of the east and took $3,000,-
000 investment from the big bank
ers of Wall street. It was the
Philippine government bond issue
and Mr. Turner had to compete
with eight of the leading financial
fiims of New York. Hurrah for
There is not a single apology
needed for any candidate on the
republican ticket. Every nominee
is a man—in ability, honesty,
thoroughness and fitness. Every
nominee is worthy the hearty-
support, vote and goodwill of
every man and woman in the
county. Clean, honorable, up-
right, competent—just such men
as you would trust with your pri-
vate business. It is a pleasure
and a privilege to support such
men for public positions.
Mr. Render is a gold demo-
crat and has always been a gold I
! democrat, with 110 sympathy for
i nor confidence in Mr. Bryan's
> ideas, and with less sympathy for
I anyone w ho believes in Mr.
| Bryan's theories. His idea now
is to shift the fight from economic
ideas to his "racewar" issue, with
the hope that his own past treach-
ery to the party may be overlook- j
ed by the rank and file and that,
he may become the chief corner
stone of the reorganized democ-
racy in Cleveland county (he and
Hess) knocking out such old-
time and back-number workers
as Runyan, tWynn, Ben Wil-
liams, et ah
Special Sale September 1, 2, and 3.1
Look out for the big special
sale at Rucker's Cash Store on
September 1, 2 and 3. Keep your I
eyes open and save money.
Feci Certain that the President la
5ure of Ke-election--Table of the
Votea (liven Out--Mr. Roose-
velt Given 164 Votes and
Mr Parker 1S9, With
Washington, August 18.—President
Roosevelt's close friends and his otti
cial family have a strong and abiding
faith in the outcome of the election
this fall. They believe tljat he will
be elected by a tremendous majority
and that nothing can beat him. The
air of supreme confidence that the
President shows to all his visitors is
equally shared by the members of his
cabinet and by the leaders of the
party. They are going into the light
with the most valuable asset they
could possibly have—confldence in a
A table of the electoral votes was
submitted to a member of President
Roosevelt's cabinet today with the re-
quest that he revise it according to
his own Ideas. The request was will-
ingly compiled with, the only stipula-
tion being that his name was no tot
be used in connection with it. With
hasty strokes of pen he made the
changes In the Roosevelt. Parker and
doilbtful columns and wlien Ink. had
finished there were a total of 284 votes
for Roosevelt, 159 for Parker and
tifty-three doubtful, Connecticut,
New Jersey, Rhode Island and West
Virginia lie transferred from the
doubtful column. Colorado he took
away from the Roosevelt column and
classed among the doubtful. Dela-
ware he also took from Parker and
placed among the doubtful votes.
When he had finished the table stood
Roosevelt—Maine 8, New Hamp-
shire 4, Vermont 4, Massachusetts 16
Minnesota 11, Iowa 13, North Dakota
4, South Dakota 4, Nebraska 8, Kan
sas.10, Wyoming 3, Utah 3, Washing
ton 5 Oregon 4, California 10, Idaho
3, Illinois27, Indiana 15, Michigan 14
Ohio 23, Pennsylvania 34, Wisconsin
13, Connecticut 7, West Virginia
New Jersey 12, Rhode Island 4, mak
ing a total of 264
Parker—Virginia 12, North Caro-
lina 12, South Carolina 9, Tennessee
12, Georgia 13, Florida 5, Alabama 11,
Mississippi 10, Louisiana 9, Texas 18.
Arkansas 9, Missouri 18, Kentucky 13,
Maryland 8, making a total of 159.
Doubtful—New York 39, Nevada 3,
Montana 3, Colorado 5, Delaware 3,
making a toial of 53.
This table shows that President
Roosevelt will be elected by a majori-
ty of tifty-two electoral votes, even
should the democrats carry all of the
states here classed as doubtful It
has been asserted by leading republi-
cans from the first that Roosevelt can
lose New York and still win, though
it is admitted that the election usual-
ly goes as does the Empire state.
However, the,' above table may be
taken as representing the views of
the administration on the outcome of
the campaign. Prepared as it was by
a member of the cabinet it may safely
be assumed that this alignment of
electoral vote is what is expected by
President Roosevelt and his advisors.
In explanation of the table the cabi-
net member who prepared it said:
"The democrats have been claiming
Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Is-
land and West Virginia, but there
not the slightest ground for such
grounds. They are all normal repub-
lican states and until some reason lias
been shown for classing them as doubt-
ful, 1 see no excuse for not putting
them in the republican column. I
am certain that they will all go for
Roosevelt. The talk of Illinois or
Wisconsin going democratic also lacks
the basis of fact. Republican leaders
of Illinois claim the republican ticket!
will carry that state by 100,000 and allj
the indications point to the accuracy
of this prediction. Nothing has de-
veloped to warrant any claim that the
democrats have a show to get that
state. Up in Wisconsin there is talk
of the state going for I*arker, but
these who are familiar with the situa-
tion there have no fears of that re-
sult. The best judgment is that the
factional Hunt, bitter as it is, will not
endanger the success of the republi-
can ticket and it is reasonable to
claim that Wisconsin will go for Presi-
dent Roosevelt by 60,000. Of Indiana
also, there is no d.iubt. Mr. Fairbanks
makes that certain
The conditions in Colorado are
well known and there is no denying
that they are such as to warrant plac- i
ing that state in the doubtful column.
We believe wf have as good chance to
carry it as 1 lie democrats, and possio-
ly a better one, but I believe at this
time it can only be properly classed
as doubtful. The same estimate ap-
plies to Delaware. Possibly the
chances in that state are even more
favorable for the republicans, but the
political conditions there are so cloud-
ed that no one can at this time pre-
dict the result with any degree of cer-.
We all admit that New York- is'
fighting ground and that both parties
are justified In making a great effort
there. The republicans expect to
carry it, but there is no denying the
fact that we will have to tight for it.
Judge Parker's speech of -vcceptance
failed to arouse the enthusiasm that
it was hoped It would. There i$ no
evidence that the democrats are mak-
ing any progress whatever in their
campaign and therefore I cannot see
that they have any good ground for
claiming New York or any other
EOR ANYTHING IN
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Sunday School Convention.
The Sunday school convention
and picnic Yi mile north of Frank-
lin last Saturday was a success in
every way. The following Sun-
day schools were present: Stella,
Capshaw, Union Grove and the
The Capshaw reported enroll-
ment 141, parents enrolled 35,
cradle roll 23.
Stella enrolled 75, cradle roll
3, parent 16.
Union Grove enrolled 101, par-
ents 28, cradle roll 17.
Blackburn enrolled 101, parents
38, cradle roll 24.
Capshaw and Blackburn tied
for the banner each winning two
points. The banner was then J
awarded to Union Grove for the j
The recitations by the young!
people of the different schools j
Dr. J. L. Hoshall, of Black-
burn school had charge of the
W. R. HAINES, Pres.
S. N, BREES, Cashier.
THE NATIONAL BANK
MRS. CECELIA ST0WE.
Orator. Kutre Nous Ulub
176 Warren Avenue,
Chicago, III., Oct 22,1002
For nearly four years I suffered
from ovarian troubles The doc
tor insisted on an operation as the
only way to pet well 1, however,
strongly objected to an operation
My husband felt disheartened as
well as I, for home with a sit :k
woman is a dim onsolate place at
best A friendly druggist advised
him to pet a bottle of W ine of
Gardui for me to try. and be did so.
f began to improve in a fev davsand
my recovery was very rapid. V> ith el
in eighteen weeks I was another EL*
Mm. Stowc'd letter «nowi fvery
woman how a home is saihieneil l>y
female weakneaaml howcompletely
Wine of Cardiii cures that sick-
ness and brings health anil happi-
ness again. Do not po on suffer-
no. Uo to your druggist today
no secures $1.00 bottle of Wine
New Millinery Department.
The Lion Store's new millinery
department is now fairly launched
on its way, and new and up-to-
date pattern hats are being plac-
ed on display. Mr. McGinley has
secured the services of Mrs. Lizzie
Smith, an experienced trimmer
of St. Louis and under her super-
vision we predict a most success-
ful business for the department.
Look out for future announce-
Billy Reid, republican candi-
date for register of deeds, was
circulating among folks around j
here this week. He is a man who,
makes friends with all he comes j
in contact, And in ability, honesty j
and carefulness his superior can- j
not be found in the county. If
you want a competent man in
that position, one who yon can
trust to get your deeds and other
; papers on record correctly, you
will vote to put "Billy" Reid in
| that position. The office needs a
careful, competent man. You
' know it. A careless man may
1 cost you your farm.
We A re Just as Thankful
for a small package as a large one.
Each will /eceiye same thorough
;md careful attention. I; we get
the former, it may in time grow
to the latter, by the satisfaction
vou will derive in wearing our
Oklahoma sn am Launpry,
Phone 209. _ w st Mam.
Room For Rent.
Anyone wishing a nice, well
! ventilated room will do well to
(call at this office. Can secure'
good board just across the street-
Melons on Ice.
See the Star ,Ice Co
j melons on Ice
We have a new bank in our midst known as The Na-
tional Bank of Norman. This bank is prepared to do all
kinds of Banking business and does it most welcomely. So-
licit at least a part of the business in and surrounding Nor-
man. Plenty of short time money on approved security.
Courteous treatment and business done on nice banking
principles. Call and get acquainted. Those needing money
come and make your wants known. You that have money
call and deposit. We shall be glad to see you at our counter.
Yours for conservative banking,
5. N. BREES, Cashier.
rf teii" Farm Loans Solicited.
C M. C. KERR, Notary and Stenographer.
The Andrew Kingkade Company,
For the Most Favorable
Interest payableat Norman.
Money paid when papers are
signed. Abstracters for
Cleveland County. Titles.
Fidelity Building, Norman, Okla.
Walker & Jenkins
Have the Most Complete Line of
Up=to=Date Livery Rigs
In Norman. When you have driven one of our Turn-Outs
you will have no other. We are specially prepared to handle
Fishing and Picnic parties. We also have a number of
FIRST-CLASS DRIVING HORSES FOR SALE. Have
added a Bus and Baggage Line and will meet all the trains.
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