Cleveland County Enterprise (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 26, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 26, 1917 Page: 4 of 4
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Cleveland County Enterprise.
■SCHOOL MADE IN
County Superintendent ("lark Has
Everything Arranged for the
Vote on the Proposition
Early in January.
County Superintendent Clark
.Ins made all arrangements to
hold an election early in January
to submit the question of a con-
solidated hig-h and prade school
for five di tricts south and east of
Noble. The matter has been
thoroughly discussed by the pat-
rons of the districts and there
seems to be an almost unanimous
desire that such n school be es-
?d. The petitions calling
ction have been signed in
some of the districts by 100 per
cent of the patrons, and in none
of them by l"ss than fifty per
cent. The districts involved are:
No. 50—Lone Star.
No. 51—Willow View.
The questions to be submitted
are whether the school shall be es-
tablished, how much shall be in-
vested in buildings and equipment,
and the location of the school
house. The idea is to erect a
model high and grade school
building, with at least twelve
and twelve teachers, at a
[* entral for the five dia-
1 ^ and take children to and
from school in trucks and automo-
biles—gathering them up in the
mornings and returning to their
homes after school. The school
building will be located on a
campus of at least twenty acres,
and cost from $25,000 to $50,000
with equipment The school is
to be established under the Smith-
Hughes act,, which provides for
®n A, & M. fan; demonstrator and
a Domestic Science teacher, both
of which branches will be taught.
Half of the salaries of these two
teachers are paid by the national
This is certainly a move in the
right direction and if worked out
to a successful conclusion cannot
but be of great benefit to all the
districts interested, and if suc-
cessful there, other districts will
take pattern from them.
Ncvvs has been received here of
the death at Anadarko on I'ruiv.
last of Mrs. W O. Mills with in
fluenza. She v as formerly ?!i.is
Minnie Hunter of this city, an 1
well known to the oldtimers of
Cleveland county. She was a mem
ber of the A. O. U. \V. lodge of
Norman in whic' lie carried $1000
NOTICE OF aiti.IC VI ION OF
To name unknown, owner, occu-
pants, claimants or holders of a
legal or equitable interest in and
to the following described real
You anil each of you are hereby
notified that or the 'ith day of
November, 191(1, the following de-
scribed real estate was sold for
taxes liv the County Treasurer of
Cleveland county. Oklahoma, and
Tax Sale Certificates No , 482,
183, 484, 488, 498, 4JMS, 407, 498,
409, 500, 501, 502, 50;i, 504 and 505
were issued theieon by the County
Treasurer of said County of Cleve-
land, and said certificates have
been assigned and transferred by
law by Hie County Treasurer of
Cleveland County, Oklahoma, to
the undersigned, covering the fol-
lowing described real estate, to-
wit.: Lots No. 7, 8, 25, and 26 in
block H4. and lots No. 4, 7, and 8,
in block 85, and lots No. 1. 2, 3, 4,
5, (!, 7,and 8 in block K7 in the town
of Lexington, situated in Cleve-
land County, Oklahoma, and unless
redemption be made from said
sale within sixty days after ser-
vice of this notice, or sixty days
after the first publication thereof,
a tax deed will be demanded and
same will be issued as provided by
L. W. BLAKE,
Owner and Holder of Certificates,
Lieut. Frank Austin Writes
S. A. T. C. DISBANDED
upbuilding of the city, and is jus' ,
as disappointed as anybody can be! . . , ,, . .,
, ,mj n u i i .: , „„t , The Transcript learns that the
On How Gas Affects Victims crimp in hi, Christmas plans, But ^A. T. CIjW'M.berr^chaj-ged
the future has numerous thing, . Thj3 ^ ^ include th#
—— store for his well-beloved city, h
The following is part of a letter burnt steel. I don't mind it a bit
after we have gotten into the firht. ,in(j wajt
What I hate is waiting at the
starting point Yen oe we stay c T GORTON BUYS FARM
about three miles from the lies.
The nitrht before we go over we Charlie T. Gorton, who is here
leave about midnight, move up to from lnola, Okla., spending the hoi-
received by Dr. and Mrs. C. L
Austin from their son, Lieut.
Frank Austin, detailing his exper-
ience with gas. He is in the ser-
vice in France, in the 301st bat-
i talion, in charge of a tank, and
, , , vocational men who have been
says and just wants them to watch trainjng thu3 doing away
entirely with the war activities at
the University of Oklahoma. The
barracks, mess halls and other
buldings which have been used
for the soldiers will probably all
be sold at public auction. They
see in a tank the fumes from your line and then have to just wait
own engine and from our jruns until the zero hour comes. We can
within several hundred yards of idaystell3 us he has purchased ' belon7to"the"u ^Government
Dear Fother and Mother: You our own lines, fill uo with gaso- , . belonK tlle 11 •
280-acre farm near that town, ami —or at least will belong to it
expects to make it (in addition to j when the state is reimbursed for
you'donTreal°M that the Gemini only ta!k"in"a"whiter and'll -en other activities) a model poultry the money put into them,
are gassing until we commence to to the German shells trying to find fa'™, hoping to move Mrs. Gorton 1 All the fraternity and soroiety
feel the effect of it. Believe me, ua—and some times they do. Ten <" i Miss Wilma to it next spring houses which have been occupied
it does not take long to knock you 1 minutes before the time to go over Mr. Gorton, who is superintendent the S. A T. C. boys wi now
out after it once hits you. I was we start our motors. of the McFarlin Hereford ranch at go„, k to, original^owners,
driving when it hit me. It seemed "I believe that I have thought of Inola, looks prosperous and as if he
to commence in my legs and every mean thing I ever did and was enjoying his work.
spread all over me. I tried to put anyone that tells you that they
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
\11 persons having claims against
H. L. Hutchison, deceased, are re-
quired to present the same with the
neeessary vouchers, to the under-
signed Lon L. Hutchison. Adminis-
trator of said estate, at the law of-
fice of Dudley and Hardie, Nor-
man. Okla , within four months of
the date hereof, or the same will
be forever barred.
Dated this 10th dav of Decem-
ber, 1918. L. L. HUTCHISON,
DUDLEY & HARDIE,
thy foot on the foot brake, but don't pray before they go over is
could not move my foot. I was a fool. Believe me, I prayed and
going to tell the map reader, who I was not fooling either. I be'ieve
was on my left to call my machine, in it, too, for we never all came
but found I was paralyzed all back. Of the first crew I drove
over. When I regained conscious- over, six are in the hosnital. Two
ness I was lying in the bottom of were wounded the last time. Ar-
my tank, half covered up with six other time an armor piercing bul-
pound shells. I had only been un- let came through and passed so
der for twenty minutes, but they close to i\iy head, it filled my face
said they thought I was killed with sparks. Of course it all goes
when a big shell burst ahead of in war, I believe I was telling you
our tank and they had to force my about getting started over. After
hands loose from the guide levers, starting our motors, they run the
I took a few ammonia tablets and ten minutes and we begin to move
was able to drive for the rest of toward No Man's Land. No soon-
our advance, but it will be some er than we get over our own lines
time before my heart will be and to the very second our art 1-
normal again When I do physi- lery of hundreds of guns fire at
cal exercise my heart nearly once. Then you know the battle
jumps out, but I am beginning to ; is on. In a few seconds the Ger-
feel fine again; expect to drive man artillery starts to shelling us.
my tank right into Berlin. ! They go over the sides and some-
"Remember how hail hits a win- j times a big tank gets a dirc-ct hit.
dow pane? That is the way the It is hell right. After we are once
machine gun bullets play against through the German barrage fire
our tanks. Every time an armor and hit their machine gun nests
iercing bullet hits, it knocks a is when we give it to the Huns "
string of sparks clear across our
tank inside, and you can smell the
The next semester of the Uni-
versity begins January 1, 1919. It
is believed fifty per cent of the S.
A. T. C's. will return for that
semeser, and many new students
_ come in. The period of recon-
Messrs. Clyde Pickard and Y\ . struction is "on" at the University
C. Weir closed a deal^ yesterday as in a„ other jnd„stries, and it
will have to go through that per-
Landt Farm Sold
whereby they sold the C. B. Landt
farm south of town to Bob Wil-
liams of Purcell, the consideration
bein«: $20,000 It is finely improv-
ed and regarded as one of the best
farms in Cleveland county. Mr.
Williams pets possession January
iod before reaching its former en-
rollment and prestige.
From a Norman Citizen.
Is your back lame and painful?
Does it ache especially after exer-
Is there a soreness in the kidney-
region ? -
These symptoms suggest weak kid-
If so there is danger in delav
Weak kidneys get fast weaker.
Give your trouble prompt attention.
Doan's Kinney Pills are for weak
Your neighbors use and recommend
Read this Norman testimony.
Mrs. J. F. Boyd, 103 Acres St.
says: "I have known the merits of
Doan's Kidney Pills for a number of
years. Many members of my family,
including myself have been greatly
benefited by this medicine. They have
never failed to relieve me of any at-
tacks of nains in my back or suells
of languidness that I have had. I sin-
cerely recommend Doan's KMney
Pills to anyone who has kidney trou-
ble in any form."
Price <>0c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Boyd h 'd.—Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Through the Pickard agency,
Mrs, Olive M. Quigg has purchas-
ed the E. L. Mohr farm, four miles
north of Norman for $4,000.
Lieut. Lewis McCall, son of Mi
and Mrs. S K. McCall, arrived
home from Garden City, N. Y., on
Sunday, and after a few days'
visit will go to Arlington flying
field at Houston, Texas. He looks
well and says he has greatly en-
joyed his flyinr experience at
Garden City, where he became an
expert in the work.
Glenn Porter, partner of Justin
inshaw in the United Sales store,
rrites his partner that he is wel
and enjoying his work in France
As he is in the Quartermaster's
department, he does not know when
he will be home He sends Justin
• ropy of the Stars and Stripes,
official paper of the boys pub-
iibiiw-J in France, which is an inter-
esting sheet giving much mention
of the activities of the overseas
Clarence Cox arrived home on
Sunday from Houston, Tex., where
he has been in a hospital a few
days recovering from an accident
which gave his leg a bad wound
He has been discharged from the
armv and comes home to reenter
The very first organiation in
America to grapple with the subject
of a system of perfect highways
throughout the country, wws the
"League of American Wheelmen"—
bicycle riders. A court decision
wh? necessary to l ive a bicycle a
right on the public highways. The
court held that bicycle was a ve-
hicle and therefore entitled to the
use of public highways. It was a
thinking animal using its leg pow-
er, that rode the bicycle— not o'd
Dobbin, hence the necessity for
good surfaced roads impressed it-
self as never before, and a cam-
paign for Good Roads was inaug-
urated at once. Later the coming
of the motorcycle and automobile
assured a wider and deeper inter-
est in public highway improvement.
Great improvement of the public
highways in many states has been
made within the past 25 years, and
the experimental stage has passed
uccessfully and the question now is
"How to secure as quickly as pos
sible more mileage of improved
public highways," the same beiiv
universal as an accretion to the
wealth of the country as any other
Road improvement means added
civilization to our state and country
as well as wealth.
It means the cheapening of trans-
portation and the reduction of cost
to consumers of the products of
farm and factory.
JOHN S ALLAN.
(To be continued.)
Mrs E J. Keller reports the re-
ceipt of a Christmas offering to the
Red Cross of $5.00 from the Bide
a Wee club, and $5 00 from Mr
Oscar Beard, of Indian Mission
Okla. Mr. Beard formerly lived
The Civic Committee Had All Ar-
rangements Made to Give De-
lightful Christmas En-
Mr. L. J. Edwards had all ar-
rangements made to give an extra
fine Christmas entertainment at
Edward's Park on Christmas eve,
with many interesting and unique
features, but the weather man pu
a quietus upon it by sending thi
severe Christmas storm. It has to
be postponed until some more aus-
picious occasion, full particulars of
which will be given of the time a"
place.. As outlined by Mr. Edwards
the entertainment was to be a most
elaborate and interesting one, and
we certainly have all missed some-
thing worth while.
Have you seen the "Star of
Bethlehem" he has erected on the
west wall of the Odd Fellows'
building? It is certainly a beauti-
ful conception, and as it flashe
upon the night brings to us all the
thought of the Christ child and o
the joyful Christmas time.
Mr Edwards is certainly a grea
asset to a town, always earnest
and active in his endeavors to brin<*
joy and gladdness to the young and
old and ever looking for new an
charming conceptions that will ap-
peal to the people. He spares
neither time nor car# nor mo?
in carrying out his plans for the en-
joyment of his fellow citizens and |
When your back is broke anil your eves bill 1
And your shin bones knock and your tongue
And your tonsils squeak and your ha r yets
And you're doggone sure that \ou're oin
But you're skeered you won't and a find ou
Just drag to bed and have your chill,
• And pray the Lord to see you thro.- h.
For you've got the Flu, Coy,
You've got the Flu.
When your toes curl up and our ;m s
And you're twice as mean a 1 in . t,
And life is a lont;, rlisnial - '
And your feed all tastes li' ,i h 1-boiled h
When ' our lattice aches m ' • • tr h<- d's ;>-!
And nothing is as it ever was
Mere are my sad regrets to vnu—
You've got the Flu, Boy,
You've got the Flu.
What is it like, this Spanish Flu? '
Ask me, brother, for I've ' ti •"
It is by misery out of despair:
It pulls your teeth and cur' our l air :
It thins vour blood and 1 ra - it linn ■ .
And fills your craw with rr • !
And sometimes, maybe, vou : el)
Some call it Flu—I call it bell
A Life Policy Protects All Th
ARMSTRONG & McDANT
To Those Who Have
Made It Possible:
We want to express
our appreciation of the
Biggest an d M o s t
prosperous year's bus-
iness we have ever had
Wishing you and yours
a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New
Minnetonka Lumber Co.
C W. Vaughan, Mgr.
We wish you one and all a Merry
Christmas and a Happy and Prosper-
ous New Year.
We have enjoyed a splendid busi-
ness during the year 1918, for which
we thank you, and trust that by our
fair dealings we have merited a con-
tinuance of the same for the year 1919.
We carry everything in the better
grade of Pianos, Player Pianos, and
stringed instruments, sheet music,
player rolls and records.
Call and see us when down town.
'b baivc, formerly called
■m. Hum' i. Cure is especially com-
VJv «i. I /or the treatment of
/7U T H ««na, King worm, ci. ;
f f . and is fioid bv ti
i the strict guarnni • tL. i
irohftM price, 75c,
tiV refunded to jtn • >•
-fonier. Try Rni
PIONEER DRUG STORE
The ream .• j
pleased to le
been able to •
that is catarri
acts thru the lil
as paper will be
tat there is at least
tto.it science hat
in ail its stages and
uiurrli being greatly
-nil treatment. Hall's
taken internally and
! "ii tiie M'l'-'.us
... es of- the System thereby destroying
the foundation of ilie disease, giving the
patient strength by building up the con-
stitution and assisting natur.' in doing its
work. Tiie proprietors have so much
faith in the curative power of Hall's
Catarrh Med!cln«> that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails
to cure. Send for list of testimonials
Address F\ J. CHKNEY A CO., Toledo
Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
I>R. S. HOBO
Pli.vsiclnn and Surgeon
Office hours 9 to 12 a. n
• rn 5 p. m.
Office Phone* 60, Residence 69.
.NORM \ \. OKLAHOMA
♦ ♦ « • ♦
♦ W. U Eagletoii W. L. toil. Jr. «
♦ EAOLETOV \ EAGLKTON *
♦ MWYEK8 •
• Office o h ••'irst National Bank •
As you grow older you find your
thoughts turning more to the past;
an ever increasing part is played in
your life by memories.
A subtle perfume perhaps; what
memories it can bring! Or the first
hint of coldness in the morning air
late in summer; how it brings
back autumn days long past!
But it is in music the richest memories lie. Melodies of the
past; how they thrill you, how they bring back scenes you had
thought were gone forever ! Happy times of long ago you will
live over again. And perhaps there is a melody of which you
are just a little bit afraid. But you want to hear it; you want
the sweet sadness it brings.
All the memories that music has stored up for you
Urn NEW EDISON
"The Phonugraph with a Soul"
will give in all the rich warmth and with the thrill of reality. It: will play
for you in the summer twilight; its music will mingle with the sightng
wind on long winter evenings. It will make you merry, or sad; it is ever
ready to serve and tireless in its service.
Visit our store and hear the melodies you have learned to love.
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Fox, J. O. Cleveland County Enterprise (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 26, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 26, 1917, newspaper, December 26, 1917; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc108689/m1/4/: accessed September 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.