The Norman Daily Post. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 65, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1918 Page: 2 of 4
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Friday, June 7, 1918.
The Norman Daily Post
The . .ir *i! 1 a: y i cj.: i
THE NORMAN DAILY POST CO., Inc.
GEO. E. ELLSWOK ± H... r.ditor and Business Manager
Strict.v Cash in Advance.
A -t of 11::: h
at Norman. Okla., under
FOR SALE—A bargain! Good Max-
well car Good running shape. Fine
• (,r delivery. See A. V BollUdt 301
East Main 63"3t-
FOR SALE—One two-horse steel hay
rdke Inquire at Norman Music
FOR SALE—Ford car. 1917 model.
good condition; looks and runs like
new —Sea well Hotel
ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Ary «rrcnec js reflects n upon '.be
person, firm cr corpora:'on wi. h r.:; y
be fladly corrected jp- r: its be:rg i.-
Loracter. staccir-g ci reputation cf any
appear in the columns ot The 1'ost will j
gU to the anectioo of the publishers
The following candidates have au-
thorized The Daily P< -t tc ar.m :c-e
their candidacy lor office, sut.tct to
the action of the Democrat! primary
election. August 6th. 161b:
J B. PHILLIPS
J M (JIM) STOGNER
Fcr District Judge—
F. E SWANK
Fcr Ccurt Clerk—
Fcr Cojrty Jucge—
iSecond Te rm I
GEO. C. EURKE.
Fcr County Clerk—
ERNEST B HELV-
For County We-gher—
\V L MARTIN
WE HAVE JUST EEGUN TO FIG"T.
We've just begun to (eel th>. -tir.g
of the war We've just begun to sat
rifice. to give our money, our sons,
our ail Some ot us have hardly be-
gun yet But as • ertain as time will
come the pang of heartfelt sympathy
and grief v.hen the boys frcr: h'.nie
go over the trench tops in a t in pan..'
together The click-click of mat hit).'
gjns. the fumes of the gas bombs 'he
bursting of great shells, v. 11 mow
them dow::, as hundreds of thousands
?re be:: g mowed down every month
That's the essence of the r^a-'-n "by
no slacker ran be tolerated in our
immunity why anything less ".an
your whole duty to the war is a slan-
<er on th- government which t" > ts
v ! V. h^-her foreign < -ri. ais
In this issue of the Norman Daily '
Post appears the announcement of
H< a. Jam**- 11 Stogner. our popular
1 ourt Clerk of this county for repre
tentative Jim. as he is best known
t y that name. not only bv the voters
•i this county but be.ng known by ,il-
:.. st every man. woman and child in
.rvtland county, it is not necessarv
:• r a.: introduction as he nee-la no
ntrotuetion to the people of this
Jim promises, if he is favored with
] :he nomination and election to the im-
portant office of representative to the
--.ate legislature, he will always be
| d: nis vest of duty working and vot'.og I
tor what he thinks is right and against
■■hat he tb.r.ks is wrong, but giving
j every question fair consideration bf -
;ore voting for or against it.
You can always find out what side
: ,:t any question that tomes up where
.. stogner stands as he is frank and
fair with his people never wishing to
-!..rK a duty or go behind the stump
' >n any question but will tell you just
i what he minks about it on the spot
Ji;. Stogner having been reared by
a southern cotton larn.er near Paris.
Texas, in the blackland belt of Lamar
county, knows every need of the farm-
ers and the farming class, and for that
reason he ieels that he will be remem-
bered on the 6th day of August by a
great majority of the farmers of this
county Not only that he having left
'he larm some fifteen years ago and
moved to town and having had experi-
ence- with the business world for that
itngth ' ! ti:..4' he feeis that he can
represent both sides as he under-
stands tctb sides of th" question for
the reason he will make us a repre-
sentative that we will be proud of.
Jim says that he will not be able
'MY FOUR YEARS IN GERMANY"
COMING TO NORMAN SOON.
The film version of "My Four Years :
in Germany," which is a dramatization
of ex-Ambassador James W. Gerard's
nook of the same name, will be shown
at the University theater, beginning
Wednesday matinee. June 12.
The picture is the strongest kind of J
win the war propaganda. The c har-
acters playing the principal parts such
as the kaiser, the crown prince. Hin-
denburg and Von Tirpitz. are true to
life, and the impersonation ot every
i hara< ter is extremely good.
What the Germans did to Belgium j
and to northern France is shown with
marvellous and realistic fidelity to
fact Ambassador Gerard's visits to
the German prison camps are also pic- j
tured in a manner that leaves no,
doubt that he was equal to many try-
ing occasions It is the kind of pic-
ture that will awaken many to the
realization of what has gone on and ;
is going on. and how the German ma-
Contrary to expectations, the pic- i
tures do not end when Mr Gerard is
handed passports, after having told a
pompous German official that he :
would "stay in Germany till hell
freezes" before he would sign an j
agreement to permit all the interned j
German ship* in America to depart
The departing Americans were as-
sured that "no one was afraid of
America " Immediately there flashed
on the screen the words: "After five
months, kaiser, after live months,
and endless columns of American
troops, fully equipped and reauy for
battle, were shown swinging along
through the streets of London and j
LIEERTY THEATER NCTES.
"Home cf Triangle Flctures."
Monday and Tuesday of next week
we will have a mf\ed program Charlie '
Gunn in a six-reel super-production, j
"Framing the Framers;" Eddie Pole. |
in the "Bull's Eye"; episode S—"The j
Flaming Crisis"; an L.Ko comedy.
"Her Movie Madness"; aiso a Triang>
comedy "His Double Flivver" This
pre gram consists of eleven big reel?
ic.iav a.. I Thursday of next
have William Desmond in a i
reel production. "Fighting
er.: l White i:i The House i.l i
FOR SALE CHEAP—Plug team, wag-
on and harness Sudan grass seed
;.::d cow peas. Call at 425 East Eu-
faula. or see Dave Brendle 63-3t. j
WANTED—Old iron. "5c. heavy cast
tide; rags $1.15 pe-r hundred: bones
fiOc; rubber to ><• 11 ; copper and
brass 8c to 15c lb.; sacks 10c each
COOPER & DRBNEY. Knox's Wagon
Yard. e'4"4t I
WANTED—To trade for or buy ten
second hand organs Norman Music j
company 63-tf. |
FCR RENT—12-room house on Boule-1
vard. two blocks University. Phone!
Willie Melton No. 474 after 5 p. m
Black Cat Wall Paper
FOR RENT—Three rooms of a 4-room
house. Call at 425 East Eufaula, or
see Dave Brendle on the street. 63-3t.
FOUND—Application filled out for
entering aviation service. Owner
can have same by calling —The Post
FOR TRADE—Good Maxwell car. in
fine shape, will trade for gasoline
engine or electric motor See 0. F.
Beland at 301 East Main street. C4-2t
TAKE your automobile troubles to H
P Daniels Co—311 East Main.
!* II': g
i ami It
he > willing :o
ol our country
iniav will I a Hart
rig - v.p«
thful Tulliver." Besides the grta!
teature we win show rnarl:
haplin's double, fcillie West in a
ream of a comedy, "The < niei
Marie Walcamp in . nt
laws." and a Keystone cora
Eleven reels in all. and every cc
a Jeature worth the price oi admisslor
PC LIT 'CS INTO T^E D SCAR?
ally no p<
Klah.'iiia at thi
reports irt :n oth«-r
man elections have already
show a tremendous l<
Things will liven up
h< v.ever. unless war
such desperate activity ti.a*
have no time cr thought !
nearer h >:. e July should
an attain on a rival
lishnes-s ,s betrayed bv
t .:se of the pronour "1."
he Liberty always charp
same price, night or afternoon, lit
I am: fifteen cents There is no •-xtri
ge for feature j ture- V
ther; every da>
■ -y. i-foHgg
con't ^'.£s R-c^ers Do'lar Sole
3= t tror v ; nd Monday.
We hsve Flenty Ejilding and
Lean Mciey cn Stie-I Monthly
Pryments ItWe p^yr.g --er.tc.
We Don't Charge
cn Scares to Secure Vcur Loan.
Vt e v. .I Furnish Money to Build
cr Lean cn Ycur Euilding.
We nave several thousand
Vincent & Muldrow
Condensed Statement of the Condition of the
Security State Bank
as rendered to the State Banking Department at the close of
l u^iness. .May 10. 11' 1S.
Loan.- and Discounts
Bonds. Warrants and Sei irities
Banking house, furniture and t:\t\ires -
United States Liberty Bond account
Payment made on Third Liberty i-oan
Bills of Exchange -
Securities v.-ith Banking Board
Cash in tank and due from banks
. IS. 954.49
Undivided profits ...
Reserved for taxes
The above statement is urea
OFFICERS: C. H. BESSENT. P;
JR. Vice President: R. W. hl'j'.'O,
VAN. Assistant Cashier.
R, \V. Hl'TTtJ. Cashier
iJdent; WM. MORGAN,
[.shier; DEN\'ER Rl N-
I Some people are so inconsistent It is a good thing to remember, as
they will denounce gambling -inful V*1' ■ <cble along iti this old vale ot
land then they will go and buy a ti -appointment, that you are not going
| ondhand automobile And if that isn't cet any more out of life than you
I gambling, what is it? pj' nto it—Luke McLuke.
^fie A test Beautiful Car ir./l?nerica
t-!F seven passenger Paige "S1
" r.rd the
five passenger "Sl\-3v>" arc the supreme
leaders in their respective ficlos. PAIGS
PRIDE of OW^TRSHIP and PAIGE PERFhO
TION distil.them—both 01 tiv.m.
A choice between these two modc1-
governed entirely b;
/our •"." on;.i roc
! ? "
But, in eit. .:r case, you cannot tnal
: ihtv is iocntica!.
brothers cr the same strain.
The really important th.".-; about b
Paige name plate, fhat is y> ^
i > 'i
. "Six-JP Chum
cr •?-}.. :er p.r 5.
. ' .r tl'10
jan "Six- JP"
PAJGE-DETRCIT MOTCMl CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICH
PAIGE MOTOR CAR COMPANY
Hft *ie is SEtride Hii wooden ncrte. Ti s it trje A-ncrtsador Ge'-
ard saw Him. The elf-«tyled Gcd-given ka-ser. The ruler of the Gerrr,sn
people and the tjpreme n-erace of the earth.
At the University Tneate' Wednesday and T--jrsday, June 2 and '3, in
Ambassador Gerard's "foor Years in Germany.'
C R M AN. OKLAHOMA
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Ellsworth, George E. The Norman Daily Post. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 65, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1918, newspaper, June 6, 1918; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111296/m1/2/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.