The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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No anxiety on
Baking-day if you use
I Insures light, sweet,
j A pure,Cream of Tartar
Political and Personal.
The Norman democrat who
wants to stand in with the next
nominee for president will get
busy at once and organize a Jud-
son Harmon club.
It is reported County Treas-
urer Sherman Davis will be a
candidate for county clerk or
sheriff at the Democratic pri-
mary. Under the law he cannot
again be a candidate for county
Bryan at Kansas Citv, Friday: !!
"Yes, prospects for Democratic j
victory next year are bright, but!
I have seen them brighter. Ap-;
pearances are deceptive."
Geo. Hutto, while searching |'!
an old coat owned by his father,
who died last February, found
a pass book containing twenty
$10 bills. This occurred at Still-
water, Oklahoma., last week.
"The Transcript is correct in
stating I will preach an obituary
sermon after the election, but 1
hope and trust it will be that of
m y cousin, President Taft,"
says the Rev. Geo. W. Taft.
Now, isn't that too bad.
The Democrats of Oklahoma
are arranging for a big slush
fund in 1912. Every office hold-
er has been assessed three per
cent of his annual salary, and as
few of them get less than $1000
and many of them from $3000 to
$5000, a fund of $150,000 will be
raised. Let the People Rule!
The leading newspapers of the
THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1911
Entered at the postoffice at Norman, Okla..
for transportation through the mails as second
class mail matter.
J. J. BURKE, EDITOR.
A. BRIGHAM, PUBLISHER.
THE LOCAL OPTION MATTER.
The liquor men of the state
are getting ready to spring an-
other election in Oklahoma on
the Prohibition Question; schem-
ing along "local option" lines.
In the opinion of the Tran-
script it is the duty of the con-
servative voters of the state to
refuse to sign petitions for this
election, for such election would
be not only expensive, but use-
There is not a sintilla of doubt
that the sentiment in Oklahoma
is for Prohibition, and that that
sentiment is constantly growing.
Take Norman, for instance.
The manner in which anti-liquor
laws have been enforced in this
city has proven that they can be
enforced and, when enforced,
are of incalculable benefit to the
community. On a straight vote
in Norman, four-fifths of the
voters would now declare in
favor of prohibition.
And the sentiment in favor of
it is growing in the larger cities,
too. Old-timers tell us they nov;
have to hustle like the very Old
Harry to get a drink even in Ok-
east are declaring that Harmon
President Taft at Chicago i stock is booming, and that he
last week: "They tell us there is will be nominated by the Demo-
•i mm co i r crats on a conservative plat-
aposibility ot Republican dt form. They declare that this
next year. All right. If the | j,ag been brought about by the
"Big Business" interests, who
have fallen out with President
Taft because he proposes to en-
force the law against them. The
same papers predict the Repub
licans will adopt a "progressive'
platform at Chicago, upon which
Mr. Taft will stand with both
feet, with a progressive running
Mr. J. B. Koons, who was
postoffice inspector in this dis-
trict some years ago, has been
appointed superintendent of sal-
aries and allowances at Wash-
ington at a salary of $4,000.
The Norman postoffice was the
first one he inspected by him-
self. He had frequently assist-
ed other inspectors in inspections
of large postoffices, but the Nor-
man office was his first individ-
ual experience. We remember
him as a kindly gentleman, and
very efficient, and are glad to
note his deserved promotion.
After all, Maine went Prohibi-
tion at the election last Sep-
tember. The returns as com-
piled by the state election board
seemed to show a majority of 26
for liquor, but a revision of the
figures gave a reversal of these
figures and the final' result is
declared to be 769 for prohibition;
against the repeal of the prohi-
bition law now in force in that
state. The liquor interests de-
clare another election will be
held on the question next Sep-
people of the United States
desire to take the reins of govern-
ment from the only party that
has ever been able to do things,
the real Progressive Party, the
upbuilding party of progress and
plenty, it is their privilege to
Certainly it is their "privilege."
But such talks as this from Pres-
ident Taft will make the people
sit up and take notice, It will
make them think; and when
they begin to think there can be
no doubt of the resuit. They will
not go back to the soup-houses
Commenting o n Tuesday's
elections the Oklahoman says:
"Nothing in the results con be
interpreted as diminishing the
democratic victory in th national
campaign next year." Emient-
ly correct. "Prospects" that
are almost to the vanishing point
at best can hardly be ''di t inish-
Another 89"er Gone.
Elijah Dwiggins was born in
Madison county, near Ander-
son, Ind., April 20/ 1840; was
married to Nancy E. McConrad,
July 30, 1860 at Franklin, Ind.
To this union were born six
children, 2 sons and 4 daughters,
4 of whom are living, one daugh-
ter in Illinois, one in Pennsyl- j
vania and one daughter and son
.Signs of Thanksgiving...
Are daily indicating its rapid approach,
therefore do not wait until your turkey is
served before assuring yourself that your car-
ving set is in business order. We carry 15 to
20 different styles of carving sets, the tiner
grades of which come in handsome silk-lined
oases, but any of the sets we sell can be relied
upon to do their work in first class style, be-
sides being extremely handsome and durable.
JAS. D. MAGUIRE
Established Everything in Hardware 1889
A Nice Rain Sunday.
This section of the country
was visited by a nice shower of
Patrons' Day In City Schools.
Tuesday, Nov. 16th, will be
observed as patrons' day in the
rain Sunday which was a great | Norman city schools. Every
fall wheat. It was a I parent is urged to visit the
—Gold fish to be given away
next week at Mayfield's.
la. City, and officers are wide-j in Oklahoma. He was one of
awake in enforcing the law even 1 the first settlers in Cleveland
in that city. ! ^ount-y- 0kl^TT\nwa * Tn
. J , , „ , known as The 80 ers. In
So, let us let well enough j run for homes he set his
alone. Certainly neither this j stake on what afterwards proved
community nor any other in the to be a school section which is
state wishes to go back to the
open saloon, with all its demor-
alization, distress and damnation.
W. J. Bryan in his Commoner
urges the necessity, as he terms conducted by Rev. Arnold, of
it, of Democrats, Populists and California, which made a rad-
ical change in his lite.
insurgent Republicans organ-
izing and co-operating in order
to brinir about a national Demo-
cratic victory. Well, it would
take such an organization as
that, and then some, to bring
about a change in the national
affairs of this country. The
Democrats' only hope (and that's
a poor one) lies in appealing to
the insurgents on a "common
State of Oklahoma, Cleveland County,
In the District Court thereof.
K. V. Downing, Plaintiff,
Sirena Austin, William A. Mattox,
Ralph E. Austin, the unknown heirs of
William C. Mattox, deceased, and K.
B. Kent, Defendants.
To the unknown heirs of William C
You and each and all of \ oil are here-
by notified that you have been sued in
ihe District Court in and for th'' Comi-
ty of Cleveland, in the State of Okla-
homa, by K. V Downing: that on the
50th 1 lay of October, 1911, said plain-
tiff filed his petition in the office of the
Clerk of said court, praying for judg-
ment against you, each and all of you,
quieting title in said plaintiff to tlie
went following described land and premises
lying aud situate in the County of
,. , Cleveland. State of Oklahoma, to-wit;
again. I he climate not agree- The Northeast Quarter 14) of section
ing with him he came back to Seven (7) ill Township Nina (9) North
now the property of the State
He was converted in a Holi-1
ness meeting at Norman, Okla.,
21 years ago. The meeting was
life he located at Purcell, Okla.,
where he lost his wife. In the
meantime his children married.
A few years later he
back east where h e married
Oklahoma on a visit, hoping to
regain his health. He and a
friend took their camping outfit
and went for a fishing trip on
the Washita river. On the 4th
I of November, after they had re-
cause" and lining them up for turned with their boat from the
free trade and democracy, but i nets with a lot of tine fish, they
whpn lhf smokp of hattlp has landed their boat near the camp, be equitable and proper, and von must any w
when the smoke ot battle has, arranged ev- Pelltlou hied against 4t>0-2 r
cleared away not a mother s son erything fo/ t h e niKht Mr.
of the insurgent stripe will be | Dwiggins took a fish in each
KangeOne (il west of the Indian Mer-
idian, and adjudging that you nor none
of you have any interest, right, title or
estate in or to said land or anv part
thereof, and that you and each and
all of you be perpetually barred and
enjoined from asserting any claim to
or interest in said laud or any part
thereof adverse to that of the plain-
til-, and for such further relief as mav
slow steady rain and is estimat-
ed at about one inch. The clouds
are still in a threatening atti-
tude and it is to be hoped that
we will get many more such
rains between now and the first
—"I am pleased to recommend
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
the best thing I know of and saf-
est remedy for coughs, colds and
bronchial trouble." writes Mrs
L. B. Arnold of Denver, Colo. We
have used it repeatedly and it lias
never failed to give relief. For
sale by all dealers.
—Fred Merkle writes his folks
from Cache, Okla., that he is
now a full-fledged guard on the
forest reserve near that place.
He likes his work fine and will
make good in every respect.
—"I do not believe there is any
other medicine so good for whoop-
ing cough as Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy," writes Mrs. Francis
Turpin, Junction City, Ore. This
remedy is also unsurpassed for
colds and croup. For sale by all
— Allen Stoker, of Grandview,
Texas, is here on a visit to his
uncle, C. B. Harbert.
— FOR SALE—Several thor-
ough bred single comb Rock Is-
land cockerels and 1 doz. pullets.
Thomas Vincent, Phone 262.
—R. A. Isom, clerk of the
county court at Lexington, was
here yesterday on businnss.
—Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver tablets do not sicken or
gripe, and may be taken with per-
fect safety by the most delicate
woman or the youngest child. The
old and feeble will also find them
a most suitable remedy for aiding
and strengthening their weakened
digestion and for regulating the
bowels. For sale by all dealers.
—Mrs. C. A. Morgan,of Wichi-j
ta, Kans., is here on a visit to
her mother, Mrs. R. E. Leach.
-For Rent: Rooms for light
housekeeping; 2 blocks from the
University; also 7-room house.
56!) Elm street. 50-2t
-Wanted: All kinds of sew-
ing at reasonable prices; 229 W. 1
Apache street. 50tf
-Floyd Swank, who has been
in a hospital in Oklahoma City,
returned, Wednesday, and hopes
to be soon as good as new.
—If > ou want the Ladies Home
Journal, call 126 and have it de-
livered at your door.
—Miss Nina F. Rhoades is the
representative of the Ladies
Home Journal, Saturday -Eve-
ning Post, Woman's Home Com- j
panion. If you desire to sub- J
scribe for any of the above or
other publications, phone
schools and inspect the work of
teacher and pupil. Special ef-
fort will be made by the teachers
to have on exhibit representa-
tive work of each pupil.
A. R. Wolfe, Supt.
Rucker's Methodist Church Addition.
Lots in the Rucker-Methodist
addition are being offered at very
reasonable prices. One dollar
down and one dollar a week. If
interested see J. W. Linton or
Thos. Vincent, as these addi-
tions have been placed in their
hands. Watch the Transcript,
for further announcements.
—Try a bottle of Lindsay's
guaranteed cough syrup.
—Try a bottle of Lindsay's
guaranteed cough syrup.
—Take your hides and furs to
Renner & Son. They pay the
highest market prices for them.
— Renner & Son are in the mar-
ket for hides and fr.rs.
—Axle grease 5 cans for 25c
atU. S. Tubbs.
Fine line hand bags at Reed's
—Cookies two pounds for 25
cents at U. S. Tubbs.
—Paint, oil and wall paper at
—WANTED—At King Hall,
Asp avenue and Duffy street, a
—Wall paper, paint, oil and j
window glass at Lindsay's drug
Norman is all right.
I H. W. STUBBEMAN
We are still serving the
people f r 21 years at the
same usual low prices.
Our goods are all home
made. Call and see us.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. | 1
\ . W. STUBBEM^N
Horses, Cattle and Ve-
hicles bought, s^'u or
Handled on Commission
KALES & HAYNES BROS.,
501 S. Robinson Okla. City, Okla
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
Mary A. Watkins, deceased, are required
to present the same with the necessary
vouchers, to the undersigned adininis
trator, at the office of J. B. Dudley in
Norman, Oklahoma, within four months
of the date hereof, or the same will be
Dated this 6tli day of November, 1911.
L. A. Turley,
J. B. Dudley,
—Ladies' don't fail to attend
our free demonstration of Jewel
Fireless Cookers at Nolan &
Martin, Nov. 13-15.
-There is little danger fVim a ,
cold or from an attack of grip ex
cept when followed by pneumonia,
and this never happens when Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is used.
This remedy has won its great re
putation and extensive sale by its
remarkable cures of colds and grip
and can be relied upon with im-
plicit confidence. For sale by all
found divorced from the
The Associated Press states
that Bryan and Champ Clark re-
joice greatly over the results of
Tuesday's elections, taking them
as an "omen" of what will hap-
pen in 1912. "Omen" is a good
word, and certainly descriptive
of the evil that would result to
hand and started for the camp
but fell dead before reaching the
He was brought by his son-in-
law to Purcell, Okla. Rev. A,
W. Rogers was called to conduct
the funeral services, which wore
held at 3:30 p. na., Sunday, Nov.
5th. The services were held in
the Methodist church at Purcell,
He was buried in the cemetery
at Purcell. We extend our heart
felt sympathy to the bereaved
you by said plaintiff, on or before the
14th day of December. 1911, or said
petition will be taken as true on 1 judg-
ment rendered against you according-
ly, adjudging that you have no inter-
est, right, title or estate ill 01 to said
land or anv part thereof, aud that said
plaintiff's title to said land is valid and
perfect, and quieting title to said land
against you aud each and all of \<>u
and you and each and all ot vou will
he perpetually ba'ied 'and enjoined
from asserting any claim 10 said prem-
ises or any part thereof adverse to that
of the plaintiff.
Jackson \ l.agleton.
Attys foi Plaintiff.
, Tom Cheatwood, |Seall
Clerk District Court. 4y-.it.
Subscribe for The Transcript.
Notece to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
Heinrich Bruemmer, deceased, are re-
quired to present the same with the
' necessary vouchers, to the under-
signed Executrix at the office of C.resh.
am & (iresham, Norman, Okla., with-
t in foil' months of the date hereof, or
1 he same will he forever barred,
Dated this 16th day of October, 1911.
By G:esham& Gresham,
Her Attorneys. 47'Jt-
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