The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 130, Ed. 1 Monday, November 16, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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PROPERTY FOR SALE.
A Paris View of Conditions
T *1 —Seeing is believing. Just a
Tne iiaity Iranscript 1()()k wiu make the sale for us.
— — — Choice of any suit or overcoat
J. .1. BURKE, Editor and Owner $io. MeCall's.
-Dr. Mezes, after a service of
twenty years as President of
the University of Texas, has re-
signed, to accept the presidency
of the University of New York,
ig^ued Daily except Thursdays The picayunish policy of Texas
and Sundays. i in making inadequate appropria-
! tions for the support and im-
Mail Subscriptions, year $2.50 provement of the Texas institu-
" . " 6 months $1.25|tion, is the real reason for his
1 month .25 j resignation.
By Carrier per annum $2.00 —]t will surprise any fellow
Entered as second-class matter
Jai nary 17, 1014. at the Postof-
fjci at Norman, Okla., under the
Act of March 3, 1879.
By Carrier per week
—The enrollment of the Uni-
versity of New Mexico increased
30 per cent, over last year. The
work of President D: R. Boyd is
bruin ng results.
—We r over before had such a
bargain to offer you at this sea-
son of the year. Suits and over-
coats up to the minute at half
—Kansas will send 100,000
barrel of flour to the Belgian .
gijffi ,, , hi iles many other i Almost a full
if he will take a look through the
lot we are offering. Over fifty
different patterns of the very
latest cuts. .Just at the very be-
ginning of the season. Get a
suit before its too late. Me-
—On Saturday, Miss Anne
McCall, assisted by her mother,
was hostess to the Daughters of
the American Revolution. After
the business period the Chapter
listened to some very interesting
accounts of the patriotic and
humanitarian work being done
by the older Chapters. Also the
history of D. A. R. was given.
—Judge F. B. Swank and J.
A. Fox went to Helsel today to
attend a big W. O. W. doings to- Paris> Nov 14.—All the at-
night. A big Lexington delega- tempts 0f the Germans to reach
tion will be present. 1 Calais have been frustrated by
—Lots of times we offer you ! the forest of bayonets presented
good bargains, but never be- j by the allied F rench, Belgian
fore have we offered such bar- and British troops, lhe oppos-
gains at this season of the year, j ing forces in these regions are
Your choice for $10 and they about equal, which accounts foi
are easily worth double the!the fact that neither side has
money Those suits and over- been able to overwhelm the oth-
, coats at MeCall's. er at any of the three chief
points of combat — Dixmude,
I —Have you seen the new ar-j Ypres an(| Armentiers. The
I rivals at.Ruckers Exclusive prench official report declares
! Ready-to-Wear Store. that the Germans have been re-
j —Judge J. W. Linton attend-, pu]se(j everywhere, the attacks
led the convention ot the Psaza-jjjy (-}le Germans have been car-
| rene church at Oklahoma City :
—Hous6 Furnishing Sale at
^Rucker's — blankets, comforts,
table linen, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed H. Burke
were visitors to the capital yes-
Have you seen the two big
specials in ladies suits? Lot one
price is $15.00, lot 2 price is
$19.50. We gladly show you the
Seven houses on west side;
! eight on east side; monthly pay-
j ments; low interest; small pay-
| ment down; buy before prices
[advance; own a home by paying
I rent payments; buy from the
! jwner; no commission; no ex-
pense. Phone 215. Postoffice
building. J. W. LINTON.
■up-tlics. present, with Miss Porter and
Every man in Norman can Williamson as special guests.
h vo a new "'lit or overcoat if Dainty refreshments were serv-
he is so inclined. The price ir ed.
.lot in the way. They arc J1 go- j —You could shut your eyes
rn.tr to sell, for every fellow that land pick one, and you couldn't
t. - a look buys. Those suits ' make a mistake. Everyone a
a< MeCall's. ! real bargain at almost double the
—Mr. and Mrs. Grover Schaf-, price. Those suits and over-
fei are here from Depew, Okla., .coats. MeCall's.
visiting his mother, Mrs. Jennie, __The New Idea club meets
ClaVk. _ j with Mrs. Hi Downing, 530 E.
—Let us insist or. you looking j Comanche, 011 Wednesday after-
them over. If you don't confess■ noon at 3 o'clock.
we can save you half your money __The manufacturer needed
we have missed our guess. Mc-|th(j money and nee(,ed it badly
Cali?; , r,. . , rrw... | We mado the offer, he accepted,
T alo Pinto county, TYxa., . n()w we are offering you
m which Mineral \\ ells is locat-
ed, went "dry" in in election
held Saturday, by > majority of
ried out at each place with heavy
masses of men> in the belief that
one point may yield. Some ham-
lets in the neighborhood of Dix-
mude, which have been taken
and retaken three or four times,
now are in the hands of the al-
lies, who are strongly situated
on the canal, the crossing of
which would be of great impor-
tance to the Germans.
The most intense interest is
concentrated on this portion of
Turleyp F T5 9wank takes ithe extended battlefield, but
—Judge I . B. Swank takes, h scene
his position as judge of the dia-- ™ * p
—Character dolls and Teddy
i Bears at Reed's Drug Store.
—Better candfes at Reed's
—Another episode in "Trey 'O
; Hearts" is to be given at the
! University and Orpheum thea-
jtres tonight. As the story de-
i velops on the moving picture
films it becomes intensely inter-
esting. See it at either theatre
—Make out your "want list,"
and be at Rucker's House Fur-
nishing Sale next Saturday, the
21st. You'll find all you need
there, and prices will be almost
of stiff conflicts, which have re
suited in nothing more definite
than the capture of a few
It is officially announced that
two German regimental flags
when you get your eyes on them. | foUnd ;n the trenches formerly
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occupied by the Germans on the
trict court the second Monday in
—If you really do not want to
buy, you had best not look them
over—for it means a sale for us
new up-to-the-minute all-wool
suits and overcoats at less than
held Saturday, by , majority 01 half their value. Buy now.
284. lhe saloons close Novem- , ...
ber 20th. This is the first time „ .. .
in eighteen years the county has
C. H. Sherburne came down
from Oklahoma City this morn-
—We°picked then, up at a bar- j™ «nd. the Transcript learn^
gain. Never have even put them has taken his old position with
in stock; right from the express 1 the IK mocrat Ti pi
office to the sale racks. Choice
of the entire lot just $10
-Mr. and Mrs. Chas. DeVorss 1123, Route 1.
—WANTED: Position at house
Me-1 work; chambermaid or dining
I room preferred. Write G, Box
visited friends in Oklahoma City
—We will not have this to of-
fer again this year. Suits that
—Mr and Mrs. Louie Wittejwill easily bring $16.50, $18.00
spent Sunday with Oklahoma | and $20, this week only $10.00.
City friends. | MeCall's.
SUIT ' MADE TO MEASURE AT FROM
$15.00 to $35 00
CleanIttfi and Pressing promptly done.
We Call for and Deliver your clothes.
THE FLORIDA EVERGLADES
The famous Everglades of Florida, bound to the past
by stories both weird and strange, with a territory larger
than .some of the states, clothed with tales that are romantic
made famous by stories that carry the mind of man to the
strangest field of thought and adventure, are now producing
more than any land tilled by civilized man. The Garden of
Eden of the United States, with fields of verdant green and
with golden fruits ripening beneath the tropical sun in the
only truly tropical climate of the main land of the United
States, are worthy of your consideration if in search of a
climate, where man receives the fruit of his labor.
If interested, call on or write W. H. SMITH, General
Agent for Oklahoma, 206 Westfall Building, Oklahoma City.
Those $15, $18, and $20 suits
and overcoats at just $10. Me-
—MARRIED: By Justice of
the Peace Moore 011 Thursday,
Nov. 12th, Mr. Chas. McCloud,
35, and Mrs. Alice Cook, 38,
were married at the court house, j
They were from Oklahoma City.
—Why pay $18 to $20 for a
suit or overcoat when you can
get them this week at $10? Me-
—Marriage licenses were is-
sued by County Court Clerk
McComb, Saturday, to Reed V.
McKee, 21, and Miss Josephine
Stark, 18, both of Norman; and
to Otto Heims, 27, and Miss Et-
ta Born, 21, both of Norman.
The November term of the
district court adjourned this
morning to Dec. 4th, when a
special day of court will be held.
We have a full line of
blankets ready for the winter
weather. See them before you
buy elsewhere. Rucker's.
—Frank H. Rice was here
from Oklahoma City today with
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Seawell, in
the latter's new "Oakland-6." It
is a beautiful car, and an innova-
tion is its silver-tongued bell of
warning, instead of the roaring
whistle. F>ank is in the real es-
tate business in the city and do-
—Col. Geo. D. Graves, the
auctioneer, now has his oilice in
the Fivft 4\or.-:\ bank build-
ppvf (i,>or to Clements real
If its shoes, clothing, dry-
goods, or ladies' ready-to-wear,
you'll find it at Rucker's.
—Messrs. F. M. Maxwell and
A. A. Zinn, of the Maxwell In-
vestment company of Kansas
City, and Mr. W. J. Bales, treas-
urer of the Midland Life Insur-
ance company, were here today
looking over their loans made by
their local agent, A. McDaniol.
They were pleased with local
conditions, and regard invest-
ments in Cleveland county as
giltedged. The Maxwell Invest-
ment company is regarded as
one of the best doing business in
■The Kappa Sigmas
Marne have been handed to
Field Marshal Sir John French
by General Joffre, as they were
discovered opposite the position
then held by the British.
Big Sale Still On
^ Mesdames Schader & Britt *
♦ DRESSMAKERS *
^ 126 W. Gray—Phone 271. ♦
♦ Prompt and Careful Work ♦
♦ Guaranteed. *
Our removal sale which start-
ed last week still continues with
unprecedented success. To that
excellent list of last week's bar-
gains we are adding the follow
Extra fine winesap apples, 2.1c
Bananas, 15c a dozen.
Oranges, 15c a dozen.
Extra fine Grape fruit, •'! for
♦DR. H. E. LUEHKS*
♦ (Speaks German)
♦ Successor to Dr. A. C. Hirsh-
♦ field. Office over Barbour's
♦ Drug Store.
♦ Country Calls Answered
♦ day or night
♦ Office 235 Residence 369.
MRS. ELMER HAYNES ♦
209 W. Main St. Norman. ♦
Fancy red grapes, 10c per lb.,
3 pounds for 25c.
Extra fancy cranberries. 3
Fine assortment of cookies, 2
pounds for 25c.
Fancy creamery butter, .'50c
Five pounds choice California
evaporated peaches, 25c.
Don't forget that choice sugar
cured bacon at 25c a pound.
Read this list carefully and
get the lowest possible price on
♦ ♦ ♦
Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays from 1 to 5
First National Bank Blgd.
(First published in the Norman
Daily Transcript, Nov. 4, 1914
last nnblication Nov. 18, 1914)
Notice: To the Stockholders
and Directors of Oklahoma Sani-
tarium Company, and to whom
it may concern:
You are hereby notified that,
whereas, the president of the
Oklahoma Sanitarium company,
a corporation, has called special
meetings of the stockholders and
directors to be held at the office
of the company in the Sanitar-
ium building at Norman, Cleve-
land county, Oklahoma, for Fri-
day, November 20th, 1914, at 10
o'clock a. m., which call is in
writing and addressed to the un-
dersigned as Secretary of said
Now, Therefore, I, H. W.
i Pentecost, Secretary of said Ok-
i lahoma Sanitarium Company,
pursuant to the call issued by
j the president and directed to me
! as secretary of said company,
and pursuant to the statutes and
i laws of the State of Oklahoma
! for such case made and provid-
I ed, do hereby give two weeks'
1 public notice of the time and
place of holding said meetings in
the Norman Daily Transcript, a
I newspaper of general circulation
| in the city of Norman where
the principal place of business
of said corporation is located.
Said special meetings will be
held in the office of the Sani-
tarium Company at the Sani-
tarium building in the city of
Norman, Cleveland county, Ok-
lahoma, Friday, November 20,
1914, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m., and if said business is not
I completed on said date, said
meetings will be adjourned from
I day to day at ten o'clock each
day until the business coming
' before said special meetings is
transacted as follows, to-wit:
Consideration of the question
of the expiration of the charter
of this company by limitation
and the disposition of the prop-
erty and affairs of this corpora-
tion, and such other business as
may legally come before such
Of all of which you will take
due notice and govern your-
In witness whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and affix-
ed the seal of said corporation
this 3rd day of November, A. D.,
(Seal) H. W. PENTECOST,
j Secretary Oklahoma Sanitarium
D. W. GRIFFIN, President.
Allies Regain Dixmude.
O. K. TRANSFER AND
Reutepholer & Frick Props.
OFFICE PHONE 225
RESIDENCE PHONE 263
Your Patronage Solicited.
The Germans did not keep
Dixmude, the gateway to the
coast, very long. Reports come
that they were sprayed with
scrapnel and • high explosive
shells until extermination
| threatened them, and they evac-
uated the ruins and fell back.
On the river Ypres, however,
they made a slight advance,
getting a foothold on the allies'
side of the river. These battles
are thought to be the supreme
jtrenchments to recuperate and
offensive efforts of the Germans,
and if they fail it is expected
they will fall back to their en-
—Mrs. Ellen Shultz has been
appointed administratrix of the
estate of her husband, S. J.
Shultz, who was found dead in
his store at Franklin some weeks
ago. He left no will, and the
gave j estate will be divided in accord-
their annual "Hoodoo" ball at ance with law. It will probably
the Armory last night, and en- , amount to only some $4,000 or
tertained 'several out-of-town $5,000 after debts are paid. The
guests. The orchestra furnish- store has not been opened since
ed the music, and the affair is |the death of Mr. Shultz, and the
said to have been one of the best stock will be closed out. Ralph
and most enjoyable given this jC. Hardie is attorney for the ad-
THE WEST SIDE FEED STORE
will save you money on all kinds of Feed. My
prices are right.
F. B. JONES
201 W. Main - - Phone 309
GIT MY PRICES.
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