The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 131, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 17, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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J. J. BURKE, Editor and Owner
—It will surprise any fellow
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-
Entered as second-class matter;of the season. Get a
January 17, i J14, at the Postof-j su;^ before its too late. Mc-
rtce at Norn .n, Okla., under the ,• m .
Act of March 3, 1879. i . .
By Rev. D. A.
Issued Daily except Thursdays I Wickizer on Sunday, Nov. 15th,
and Sundays. 1 Mr. Reed V. McKee and Miss
J Josephine Starks. Both the con-
Mail Subscriptions, year $2.HO tracting parties are connected
" 6 months $1.25; with the Sanitarium, and are
I month .25 among the most popular young
By Carrier per annum ..$2.00 people in that institution. The
By Carrier per week 05 bride, daughter of Mr. S. B.
1 Starks, is a Norman girl, hav-1 'em along, for we look
PHONIC Ifi ! ing grown to womanhood in this anxiously every week."
city, and has a world of friends ! —These suits and overcoats
to wish her every happiness. j were made to sell at $15 to $20.
—Rev. J. L. Patterson camel —Robt. J. Burdette, the well The makers needed the money,
down from Tonkawa today to' known humorist, is dead at Los j Your choice of any one of the lot
visit friends a few hours. He j Angeles, Cali., where he has at just $10.00. McCall's.
reports his family well,
-It's amusing to watch a fel-
low look them over and ask;
what's the matter with them, j Guthrie, Ok., Nov. 12.—There is!
Nothing more than that the much excitement here today j
price is about half. Those suits among oil men and others who! 4-
and overcoats at McCall's. have leases in Lincoln county , j
—Rucker's "House Furnish- and along the eastern line of this j £
ing Sale" is drawing crowds this county over the rich strike at j *
week. If you need anything in Prague, thirty-five miles east of! *
the line you are missing a great
opportunity by not taking ad-
vantage of some of the many
bargains offered. Rucker's.
—Mr. A. D. Cox writes from
Grants' Pass, Oregon, "I haven't
received the last two issues of
the Transcript. Why? Send
and 1 T' < n pastor of one of the big
pleased with their new home. churches for the past ten years.
—We will not have this to of- j He was in his 70th year.
fer iijfain this year. Suits thai j —Let us insist on you looking
will easily bring $16.50, $18.00 them over. If you don't confess
arid $20, this week only $10.00. we can save you half your money
McCall's. ; we have missed our guess. Mc-
—WANTED: Position at house | Call's.
work; chambermaid or dining —Col. Stovall and his son,
room preferred. Write G, Box Pres. were here from Lexington
123, Route 1. today.
—G. E. Fuller, who is work-' —The best line of men's cloth-
ing in the gin a' Washington, ing at popular prices. — Ruck-
Okla., spent Sunday and Mon- er's.
day at home. He reports the; _Dr. S. H. Gallier went to
cotton crop very good in that Purcell today on veterinarian
locality. business. He is getting the rep-
—The manufacturer needed m tion of being one of the best |
th money and needed it badly, "n his profession.
We made the offer, he accepted. I _\ye never before had such a
and now we are offering you v-ugain to ofFer you at this sea-
new up-to-the-niinute all-wool ,«on 0f the year. Suits and over-
suits and overcoats at less than j coats up to the minute at half
nail their value. Buy now. Mc- pr;ce McCall's.
Cal1'®; , . ... I —L. C. Allen, Jr., is here
- how that, 1 hanksgiving is from Missouri putting up a mon-
approachmg a man's mail will' iar.f-nt to the memory of his
be flooded with whisky circulars, j'.uh< ,. L. C. Allen, who is buried
but it will be s<*ne variation
from the annoyance of looking
through a bunch of literature
sfint out by the candidates.
—C. H. Harrington is teach-
ing a go ! school near Wanette,
his new address being Wanette,
—Two rooms for light house
in I. O. O. F. cemetery.
—We are headquarters for la-
dies high class ready-to-wear,
and the prices are right. Ruck-
—Couldn't stay away! After
absence of about a year at
letcher, Okla., Mr. and Mrs.
John Stebbins have returned to
keeping for rent, partly furnish- Norman, arriving with family
en. Apply 219 East Ponca Ave. land household goods this morn-
Mrs. M. C. \\ oods. j jnsr. He will again engage in
—We picked them up at a bar- farming. Glad to see them back,
gain. Never have even put them | —Mrs. Jean Burrage is build-
in stock: right from the express ing a residence on her "eighty"
office to the sale racks. Choice east of Denver, which will be oc-
of the entire lot just $10. Mc-1 ctip:ed by Mr. and Mrs. David
Dr. D. R. Boyd left this
morning for his home in Albu-
querque, N. Mex., after a week
or ten days' stay here. He thinks
Norman the best and finest lit-
tle city in Oklahoma, but even
at that is susceptible of improve-
—They all acknowledge that
they never have seen such bar-
gains in new, clean, crisp, up-to-
date suits and overcoats offered
at this season at such prices.
Choice for $10. McCall's.
—While taking a joy ride in
the Ford car of Wm. Byers of
Blanchard in Oklahoma City
Monday, Mr. Byers, Tom Staggs,
Mrs. John Love and Claude
here, in Lincoln county. The
well, which was a strong gasser,
blew out the casing and began
flowing oil, the output today be-
ing estimated at 1,000 barrels.
The well at Luther , twenty
miles southeast of here, has a
showing of both oil and gas.
Work will now be pushed on the
Cimarron Valley well, ten miles
east of here, which now is a ten-
inch hole down 1600 feet.
Alleged Night Riders Arrested*
Ardmore, Okla., Nov. 12.—Six
alleged night riders were arrest-
ed in Love county today, bring-
ing the number now under ar-
rest on similar charges in that
county to twenty-one. The
Five Riders Pinned Underneath
when car turned turtle. Will Byers has a broken leg,
Tom Staggs a broken arm and three others bruised by
accident. About two weeks ago A. J. Smith of Moore,
was seriously injured by accident when his car ran off
Last week Roy Foster's arm was accidentally broken
while cranking an automobile.
Western Indemnity Accident Policies cover all such
providing $25 weekly pay while disabled, besides pay-
ing your doctor bill. Pays $5,000 if accidentally killed.
This policy only costs $25 a year for select and prefered
risks. You may be the next one to get hurt accidental-
ly. Insure now, tomorrow may be too late.
J. R. Holland, Agent
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The War in Europe.
vance made and advantage gain-
ed by either army counted al-
most by inches! They cannot
keep it up forever, but it would
seem that the Allies can keep it
And now comes reports that
Russia is mobilizing more troops,
It seems almost impossible
that the Germans can keep up
charge in each case is conspiracy j their campaign against the Al-
and threats to destroy property; lies much longer, but the re-
and do bodily harm According] eg f Germany in men>
to cotton growers, the night rid- ... „ ' , , _, , , , ,
ers ha VP nrcr:ini7pd tn fnrep a munitions of war, food stuffs and already has seven armies,
seiling price for cotton of not and finances likewise seem inex-' numbering 2 400,000 soldiers, in
less than 10c a pound and for|haustable. It seems so unequal,! ' a adding *
new ones every month. What
| world, as it were, and the re-jmatters if Germany takes 5,-
ncf no !
000 tomorrow? She has to feed
cotton seed not less than $16 a with Germany against the whole new ones evei'v
ton. world, as it were, and the re-; AA_ . , , , , . n
, "T,- , . ■ ,h~v ' «r thrift na-lSS Kl'™
(First published in the Norman tion on earth cannot but become
Daily Transcript, Nov. 4, 1914 exhausted sooner or later. t hem; and the \acancy in the
last nublication Nov. 18, 1914) England, France and Russia ranks is a once
NOTICE are pouring in reinforcements j ^.wlt^^ore.!?1.dlers_Jfi)„r.J the
Chapman, ail of Blanchard, were Notice: To the Stockholders |daily by the thousands, and the Ge™ans to capture and feed,
spilled out by the machine alHi Directors of Oklahoma Sani- j battles are being waged on what No wonder the Kaiser is re-
"turning turtle." Byers received; tarium Company, and to whom: might be termed their own
a broken leg and Staggs a brok-
en arm, but the other two were
—You will regret it if you let
this opportunity pass, for it will
not come your way again this
year. Get in quick on the deal.
Your choice of the lot for just
$1.00. Cheap at double the
ported as looking anxious and
it may concern: | ground, while Germany is com-! wo.rrfie.d- Pre^
You are hereby notified that, felled to carry its i^ien and|Pomt to a comPlete ruination of
whereas, the president of the j munitions a long distance. In | nopes.
Oklahoma Sanitarium company, | the very nature of things, this
a corporation, has called special; militates against the latter and
meetings of the stockholders and j sooner or later must be their
directors to be held at the office undoing.
of the company in the Sanitar- And, too, it wdVild seem as if
ium building at Norman, Cleve-; t he Germans had met foemen
and county, Oklahoma, for Fri- j worthy of their steel in the Al-
—Col. Cris Pierce was here jday, November 20th, 1914, at 10 lies, for thirty days
from Noble last night attending o'clock a. m„ which call is injous fighting neither side has
A F. & A. M. lodge. He is one writing and addressed to the un-1 gained an appreciable advan-
L'UJTS MADE TO MEASURE AT FROM X
$15 00 to $35 00 |
Cleaning and Pressing promptly done.
We Call for and Deliver your clothcs.
YOUNG BROS, !
"J——j* 'J* -? ■ -j. J—1
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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
' ' *1 of Hie 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
Slates, are worthy of your consideration if in search of a
climate, where man receives the fruit of his labor.
If interested, all on or write W. H. SMITH, General
Agent for Oklahoma, 206 Westfall Building, Oklahoma City.
of the oldest Masons in Oklaho
ma. Norman Lodge conferred
the Master degree last night,
and has several more on the way.
—These suits were to sell at
$15, $18, and $20. Just at the be-
ginning of the season we offer
them to you at only $10. Mc-
—Claud Ilines is here from
Ardmore visiting his mother,
who has been visiting Mrs. M.
L. Drake a few days. Claud is on
his way to Amarillo, Tex.
—Bring all your family to
Rucker's for their shoes. Our
stock is complete and our shoes
hard to beat. Rucker's.
—D. C. Lewis, formerly a well
known Democratic attorney of
Oklahoma City, was elected a
member of the Oregon legisla-
ture at the recent election, as a
Republican He writes thnt
On < 'on elected an entire R'-pub-
Ucan corps of officers; Chamber-
lin for United States senator be-
ing the only Democrat. He
writes: "The sample ballot is a
'honey' of a reform sheet with
enough (29) isms on it to de-
stroy any state but Oregon. Here
the voters have learned to vote
'no' and this time did it with a
vengeance, except on the dry
proposition; on that it looks as
(hough everybody was tired of
—Notice Rucker's windows
and get an idea of what will be
offered on sale next Saturday at
Rucker's House Furnishing Sale.
—Rev. R. L. Ownbey and Mr.
John Hardie leave today for
Chickasha, to attend the annual
Western Oklahoma conference
of the M. E. Church. South, Mr.
Hardie going as a lay delegate
from the Oklahoma City district.
The conference will continue
over Sunday, and other Norman-
ite will attend.
—The store worth while—
MRS. ELMER HAYNES
209 W. Main St.
dersigned as Secretary of said i tage. Think of it! Thirty days
company. j of carnage and slaghter, and loss
Now, Therefore, I, H. W.; of thousands of lives, and the ad-
Pentecost, Secretary of said Ok-1
lahoma Sanitarium Company,;
pursuant to the call issued by .
the president and directed to me J t
as secretary of said company, j ^
and pursuant to the statutes and ! 4*
laws of the State of Oklahoma j j
for such case made and provid- j T
ed, do hereby give two weeks'! .j.
public notice of the time and ] H*
place of holding said meetings in j
the Norman Daily Transcript, a j J
newspaper of general circulation j 4.
in the city of Norman where j •!*
the principal place of business J
of said corporation is located. ^
Said special meetings will be •£•
held in the office of the Sani- jh
tarium Company at the Sani- T
tarium building in the city of 4.
Cleveland county, Ok- •'*
lahoma, Friday, November 20, v
1914, at the hour of 10 o'clock ^
a. 111., and if said business is not 4.
completed on said date, said 4*
meetings will be adjourned from J
day to day at ten o'clock each 4I
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 "rd dav of November, A. D.,
(Seal) H. W. PENTECOST,
Secretary Oklahoma Sanitarium!
D. W. GRIFFIN, President.
"Music wipes away from the soul the dust of everyday
The Swiss Bell Ringers
Present for Your Approval the Following
Trio—7th Concerto De Beriot
Violin, Cello, Harp.
Cello Solo—Traumeri Schumann
F. L. Georgette
Saxaphone Solo Popular Ballads
Josephine A. Gorgette
Trio—Sextette from Lucia Donizetti
Mandolin, Violin, Harp
Violin Solo—Mazurka de Concert Musin
Josephine A. Georgette
Mandolin Solo—Boston Ideal Siegel
Ocarina Solo, Cello Obligato—Southern Airs — Foster
Josephine A. and F. L. Georgette
Xylophone Solo—The American Patrol Deagan
Josephine A. Gorgette
Musical Aluminum Tubes Popular Airs
F. L. Gorgette
Harp Solo—Reverie, op. 42 Wilson
Eleanor N. Gorgette
Violin, Cello, Harp.
Banjo Solo—Darkies' Picnic Brown
F. L. Georgette
((a) Last rose of Summer
<(b) Irish Airs
|(c) My Old Kentucky Home
Hungarian Dulcimer Solo Popular Airs
Josephine A. Georgette
Marimbaphone Trio—William Tell, Potpourri—Rossini
Eleanor N„ Josephine A. and F. L. Georgette.
Musical Flowers—La Paloma Yradier
F. L. Georgette
Organ Chime Trio Melody of Popular Airs
This program subject to change without notice. T
Swiss Hand Bell Trio
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