The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 11, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 16, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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The Daily Transcript
J. J. BURKE, Editor and Owner
Entered as second-class matter
January 17, 1914, at the Poetoffice at
Norman, Ok I a, undei the Act of
March 3, 1879.
kreaks of wind near k\id When you figure on
Twister Jumps Around, Destroying on j fj rpmpmher that
One Farm and Skipping the One palming, reilieillUCI tlldl
AdiolAgaiL?B^rud,# fewer gallon than your
Waukomis, oic^ne H.-Accom- painter estimates will be
panied by an electrical and thunder neecJed if VOU use Devoe L^ad-
■ c 11 1 OA IkaIiaii "
—Kain, rain, rain!
Will it never
IT DOESN'T PAY
—John Hamill is taking the bar ex-
amination in Oklahoma City today.
It doesn't pay to hate.
It doesn't pay to quarrel.
How often have I seen men who im- Mason
agined they had a grievance go out iind wiH immediately begin the con-
—Mrs. Maude Rogers, of Durant,
who recently moved to Norman to re-
side permanently, closing a deal last
week for the purchase of the W. J.
lot on University Boulevard
—Uouble-seated Buggy for sale, or on a search "in order to have an un- struction of a large modern house for
will trade for good cow. J. H. \ oss, derstanding," as they expressed it; rooming purposes. The deal, which
I phone 382. 8t* and in brooding as they walked they i is an especially important one in the
, i ■ - . _ „ . , j — ' „ would work themselves to such a state, realty line to that part of the city.
Iaeued Daily eacept Thursdays and ,torm, and a ramfall of l- 'nches. d.z, , he>g a Devoe -Blackberries Logan Berries, Dew- , of . that b ^ time they reach. ^ ^ ^ pio com_
section south and east of Wau- > , ! berries, New Cabbage, Cantaloupes— , ^ u u i
, > i 1 oenicB, i'cn * u""usi' ^v«.v,
~ ; komis was visited by a twister iate painter; then you won t CatCil fregh—at Crittenden's Grocery.
L25 Saturday evening that seemed to estjmating 17 gallons when
Mail Subscriptions, year
KJSSWaiSS'-" •SKv'r- 5-"- gwiiTJoT
^ Carrier, per annum 2-00 out-buildings. The wind seemed t<
) ed the object of their search thay pany.
would be unfit to talk, much less rea-
son. $ —Frank Ephraim came down from
It doesn't pay to hate anybody or the city on the car reaching here at
—Mrs. Josh Clardy and children of
^awnam:::::::: m j" too, that every T mriag' and"had^
half mile apart. less saves the cost of putting it on, as ™use 'nTure or5v "f \ T T '
At the home of Mrs. Simunek, the well a3 the cost of the paint. -Nyal's Face Cream saves your thing he: hates. He can injure only electricity in his experience. A ter-
n I ead-and-Zinc are real econ- complexion. Reed's Drug Store. himself by disturbing his peace of rific lightning, hail and wind storm
mind—and that gone, the satisfaction itruck th" car about half a mile
dry argument gone
™ I barn was made into kindling wood.
All her machinery, including a new omy jn paint.
hinder taken out Saturday afternoor. \NDERSON & COUSINS
Now comes the psychopathic labora-? Was destroyed. Her horses, seven In j * ^ g peterS( Ave
tory of the Chicago Municipal court, a|l, which were in the barn, were kill- j.j 2 Agency
speaking through Chief Justice Harry J ed. Parts of the binder were found a |
—Key Boyd is now connected with be 3eej-s against others is his personal south of the city, the electricity play-
ilarbour's Sanitary Grocery He is los8 ing throu(fh the ^ ^ ^
one of the best grocery clerk.- m the T[)e world ig filled wjth tr[ai3) but .stones hammering the sides and roof.
■ C^y* after all they are only trifles. At, It lasted only a short time and dia-
Mrs. Charlie_Morgan and pretty ZXZll ^
Olson to the mayors of New York j mjie away. "
state at Troy, N. Y., and explodes the j The twister seemed to take to the. west His barn was scattered half little daughter arrived from WicMta here in which to mQVe
favorite "dry" argument that drink- j air here and went for a distance of a , away, and in the field east of his today on a visit to her mother, Mrs. 1in „„
alcoholic liquors excessively couple of miles to the Bohemian kail, ^ |)arn [ot> [arge timbers were stuck in R. E. Leach.
ping out for himself a still higher i ed plenty long enough for him.
When a man is surrounded by those —The Board of County Comraia-
who prove thorns in his side, it is a sioners went up to Norman, Monday
irg aicononc iiquora coupie ... —' | Darn lot, large timoeis weie swul*. ... v. - —- who prove thorns in his side> it ia a sioners went up to Normani Monda,
causes insanity. On the contrary, the where that building, a structure about; the ground in every direction. The —- ha3eil simple lesson that if he would avoid in a body, to inspect some of the cul
laboratory sharks claim, a man has 25x<i0 feet, was moved across the road ,)arn was full of alfalfu hay> but not1 -Mrs; P' H'B*rrler ? ?!!! his unpleasant condition he should ----- ' -•-- - > - ----- - •
to be crazy before he will drink to ex-1 and north about 100 feet.^ The ndM , a aigll of hay remains. A chimney on j '^£5^35,23 look where there is a broader and high-
cess. "The laboratory has examined „f the building were caved in and , the bouse was taken away, and some
hundreds of chronic alcoholics," Judge every window light broken out Not' jama(?e to the roof. There was Rea'ty company.
Olson said, "and we have yet to find a tree or fence post around this build- j |lQ Qne [ivjng on the place.
the first case where there was not at jng was moved, and it looks as though prom here the wind took a lay-ofl'
Pickard l°°k where there is a broader and high
I er type of manhood. So, after all, he
can blame himself for being out of
W. M. Newell and instead of in that channel where he
verts used in Cleveland County. It ia
—Mr. and Mrs.
least a psychopathic constitution, ep- ,he building was bodily picked up and for a coup,e of miles andjiid not hit ^he" ifeau^ifurhonie^of 'Mr. ' hToesn^pa^ to hate anybody.
"" and Mrs. Will Bradford in Oklahoma you can't love or respect a fellow crea- entire satisfaction, besides being ex-
ture, pity him and walk away. pensive in the way of repairs.—Pur-
ilepsy. dementia praecox, manic de
insanity, or feeble minded
set down in its new location. A hang- (he ground again until wili Kreie's
pressive insanity, or leeme i.....uou- i„K lamp in the building was still i place, where again the barn was de-
ness as the basis, with the exception piat.e and the chimney had not even molished> an(i slight damage to the y>
of a few cases where there was a broken. Pictures on wall were still in ; houge At this place the barn is scat- —MARRIED- Judge J W Linton
physical luisis, such as diabetes or place, and the glass intact after its tered oveR the farm, and all his ma- perf0rmed the marriage ceremonv for
tuberculosis, and the man was whip removal. I chinery i, destroyed. A new carriage j Mr L R shannoni 22, of Oklahoma
ping up his flagging energy with al- From here the wind took another t ecendy purchased had not even; cit and Migs Mabel Beeknel, 20, of
.1 iKifP OlSOIl <!! anH liii iho mm f f .lOSenh Billi-I. i t- • ii. • i. 4-^ 1
hoped that as a result of this trip,
and their future deliberations along
the lines of improved highways that
McClain County will soon have better
culverts, some of the old style used
If heretofore in this county not giving
Look upward. Walk upward.—Ex cell Register.
THE CALL FOR BREAD —The Missionary Society of the m.
E. Church, South, met with Mrs. j. _3.
It will undobutedly interest son.a to ylldsay on Tuesday afternoon. The
coholic stimulants." Judge Olson dip and hit the barn of Joseph Balk, Hnough" left fol. a toothpick factory to' Cashion okla today
claims the laboratory's investigations about a half mile north of the hall. use The machinery has the appear-
prove that the cause of excessive His barn is a total wreck, and several unc'e of 1)eing lifted hij,h lip in the air
and then dropped to the earth. A load j y°At high price of wheat. According to '£ea were" appointedTo^rrange"'^
drinking will have lo be removed be- hcvses were also killed.
know to what extent the entire wheat f jf^h chapter of "In Red Man's Land"
producing world has responded to the proved a most interesting one, with
Nyal's Face Cream is greasele.-s coil for bread as manifested through jIrg A McDaniel as leader. Commit-
fore we can cure the drunkards. He a mile north of Balk's the twister ()f hfty put -n the barn Saturday after-
laid the state of Illinois spends 28.1% hi' the barn of Benton Roads, acro33
figures gathered by the U. S. Depart- ..Woman-g Day> june 20th. This day
of its total expenditures for chari- the road - WH M. low and -oon was left there, and all his hordes _Frank Mdnical commenced cutting J ment of Agriculture, the increased, wiH be observed throughout Southerll
table institutions, of which the men- carried
tal. nervous and insane group make tance of
«P 21-8%. on the farm was laid low while that. u wag a heavy wind, and the next! it is the best he ever raised
of his father, just across the road was minute it was all over and the barn
—Parents and children of the 1 not damaged and shows no sign of gone barn was scattered for —Rooms and Board: Room
j invited to worship with us on this day
i i : i I,;. in, nn.i . —r.ai.R. 4uu.u<.-ai . uu.ure.nm > • -o —> — win oe ODservea tnrougnoui aouuiern
id, and mill 111s .£ |. were lejt tjed t0 the munger posts. | his fjfty acres of wheat) Tuesdav, but acreage of wheat due directly to the Methodism as "Woman's Day." The
the top ot his windmiL a ais- Mr Kreje gayg it was all over in a (fter getting about ten acres down „ai in Europe, is shown to be three pastors wil, preach a sermon at U
t more than 80 teet. ine wne t sec(>ud He remarked to his wife that u.as forced t0 quit by the rain. He pel cent for Denmark, five per cent 0.c,0ck on the woman-s part in the
tor Italy, ten per cent for Switzerland (,,-eat work for the Master. Special
ten per cent for Great Bitain, eleven , music by the choir. The entire mera-
. . ... . , ..0 !«."••- "rn was scattered fo' —Rooms and Board: Rooms for pel cent for the United States, twenty-! bership and friends of the church ara
Christian Sunday school please take wind. A water tank tiom the tia'k neai-lv a half mile along the road men exclusively, at $4.75 per week two per cent for India and thirty- i„vited to worship with us on this dav.
- - j 1 ti j. 1 j 1 nearly a half „ — .
notice that all children who are to as- t rm was found in Roads bain yard, llortht at the home of J. A. Dod-' with board. Table board $3.50, for three per cent for Canada.
sist in the Children's Day exercises nearly a mile away. j SQn^ jus^ north of the Kreie farm, no men and women. Gibson House In this connection it might be inter-
for Sunday night are to meet at the At the Elmer Scott tarm, a ha.f wjnd wa5 noticed and no damage was .(Sigma Chi House) 678 Asp avenue, esting to know that wheat constitutes
church Thursday at 2:I!0 p. m. for mile north of Roads, there is nothing done , but twelve per cent of the diet of the
practice. The rain interferred this left of the barn, and an orchard of ^ the .Mike Selbers farm several j —Mrs. Ruth Keffer and babe aniv- countries mentioned, and those in-
XOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
APPOINTMENT OF ADMINIS-
morning, and it therefore is neces- fifty trees was uprooted. Some trees j outbuildings were destroyed, and two ■ ed today from Enid on a visit to her | voived war. This is about the same
tary for those who git this notice to were headed east, while others not; horse3 were killed. His wheat was parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Frick. per cent that poultry and eggs supply
pass the word to others. o .vr fifty feet away, were headed ruinedt . As Miss Ruth Frick, Mrs. Keffer had under normal conditions. Meat and In the County Court. ^
—fhe storm also struck the village i many friends here who gladly wel- da;ry products constitute forty-eight Matter of the Estate of B. P.
NORM CREAMERY COMPAN Y k Bison. I'assinS over a corner of the,come her- per cent; vegetables, eleven per cent, To'the'heir^'nlxt of kin and credi-
" ' place and tearing a freight car to . fruits, nuts, sugar, fish and other tors of the said B. P. 3yrum, deceased.
Beach s^it" RuAer tanfs t°o see you. items make up the other nineteen per You are hereby notified .that WU
State of Oklahoma, Cleveland County,
I place and tearing a freight car to
pic as, and destroying some buildings
j belonging to I. F. Woodring.
Several farmers report wheat down
jt'Ut not damaged enough but what a
! few bright days will bring it back up
; in shape.
! OKLAHOMA'S NAMESAKES
GRADUATE FROM OKLAHOMA
items make up the other nineteen per
cent.—Oklahoma Farm Journal. liam Synnott has applied for letter*
of administration on said estate ana
1 that said application will be heard at
NO DOUBT SHE WOULD 1 the court rooms of aid court in the
' City of Norman on the 21st day of
"Your sister is a long time about Tune 1915, at 10 o'clock a. m.
four weeks has just been opposite making her appearance," suggested ^ my ha,^ and ^the^ea^^f
the caller. - —
—The weather forecast by the Fed-
eral department for the coming week
is "intermittent showers, beginning
Friday." The weather the past three
its predictions, so here's hoping.
'Well," said little brother, "she'd
B. F. WOLF,
An interesting story is attached to
I the lives of two of the young people
| who were graduated from the Univer-
—Dr. G. L. Davidson, a graduate of be a sight if she came down without THOS. W. MAYFIELD, Atty. for Itt.
the American School of Osteopathy at making it."
Kirksville, Mo., under the tutelage of _
the founder, has located in our city, Leetle Ole vent tu a picknick an
(Published June 11, 14, andlG, 1915
in Norman Daily Transcript.)
sity of Oklahoma at its recent com- He is a pleasant gentleman, evidently after refrashmants baen surved hae
1 mencement exercises. The principals1 %v en Up jn his profession, and solicits baen standing bi a beeg tree al bi hee-
J of this story are twins, a brother and j a cali from those desiring services in ; salf, an sumboda sed: "Vot baen der
1 sister, who were born on the opening : bis line. matter, Ole? ant yu gat al yu vant?
i day of original Oklahoma. Their fath-! Hae sed: "Yas; Ay gat al Ay vont al
er, who was a pioneer of the new state —Prof, and Mrs. Henry Meier are rite, but Ay don't tank Ay vont al Ay
i was so attached to the new common- here from Danville, Ky., visiting their ?0t.—Knute Knutesen.
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy V. Lewis. Mr. Meier is now Boundaries Needed.—"Ma! Ma!"
head of the modern language depart- bawled Freddie as the usual morning
wealth that he named the girl Okla
and the boy Homa. Okla and Homa
Wood have lived all of their lives in _ _ .
Oklahoma and have gone through the' inent in Central college, Danville, and wash was going on. Do my ears be-
publio schools of the state receiving taking a front rank among the educa- long to my face or my neck ?
- of the "Blue Grass" state. Ma temporized. "Why, what is the
matter?" she asked.
-Blackberries, Logan Berries, Dew- "I want it decided now. Every time
DR. G. L. DAVISON
Temporarily located at the
Cottage Home Hotel
the degree of Master of Arts in the
recent commencement ceremonies of
the University. Miss Okla has spec-
1 ialized in education and has been elect-
ed to a position on the faculty of the
Oklahoma College for Women at
i Chickasha for next year. Homa Wood
was also graduated from the Law
School with the class of 1915. He
will soon enter into the practice of
his profession in one of the Oklaho-
.... . ,. r-i, 'which is i
THE BALL-PLAYER S PRATER | ,)ack yard
Lord, help me to play the game. It'
berries, New Cabbage, Cantaloupes— you tell Mary to wash my face or my
fresh—at Crittenden's Grocery.
—Last evening, Mrs. J. J. Burke en-
tertained Prof, and Mrs. Victor Kulp
and Master Albert and Mr. Oscar Big-
gers and sister, Miss Florence, at a 7
o'clock dinner, served in her back yard.
A very pleasant evening was spent
neck she washes my ears too."—La-
dies' Home Journal.
Two soldiers were speaking about ♦
O. K. TRANSFER \ND
Reutepholer & Frick Props.
OFFICE PHONE 225
RESIDENCE PHONE 263
Your Patronage Solicited.
the battle of Bull Run. One of them
was a Yankee, and the other an Irish-
"Pat," said the Yankee, "were you
ound the outdoor fire-place. at the battle of Bull Run?"
pleasing feature of the
matters not to you whether I am tal-1
not,,,..,] ■rifts- weal-' ^ouse in good repair, on three fine
ented or poor in natural guts, weai- 5
Ask Your Doctor
C^OOD ICE CREAM is the ideal
J diet for the growing child. It is
just the nourishing, healthful diet they
n*ed. Order it in bricks packed in
the original package—and let thein
have all they want. /
"But insist upon"
Sfe Ice Cream Supreme
Bricks in Original Package
Your druggist or confectioner can easily secure the
popular flavors for you. Ask for it by name—
instruct your children to do the same.
Copyrighted 191s, Tn* B.S.Co.lnc.ji.Y.
I was," said Pat.
Did you run, too?"
—-- — "I did," said Pat, "and the feller
—I have for sale a good five room djdn't run is there yet."
juse in good repair, 011 three tine
inspect it. L. C. Oliver. 8-10t det jung fallar kiss yu las nite 7
Dawter sed: "Mamma, du yu tank
thy or starving; a leader among men
or a simple follower, so that I play the
game as you would have it played.
Help me to keep my eye on the ball,
that the curves of temptation not de-
ceive me. Keep my feet in the path
of righteousness, that I may touch .
"round Was a very large attendance) to have \"on voman baen bragging about ho
been most enjoyable. Every portion tenderharted hur husban baen. She
—The social gathering at the fallar kum up hare al der vay
Christian church last evening to wel-1 frQm vichita yoost tu hare mae sing?"
come the new members is pronounced Knute Knutesen.
by those in attendance (and there
I. O. O. F. CEMETERY
Persons owning lots in I. O.
O. F. cemetery should confer
with the superintendent, A. J.
Sells, and have lots cleaned up,
sodded, etc. Charges reason-
able. Cement work done. See
Sells on the grounds or ad-
dress him at No. 807 E. Main.
second and third 011 my way
the bases. Help me to beat out my
bunts, and hold me that I stray not
too far from base when the catcher is
ready to peg me. Count not my foul
balls against me, O Lord, for the bat-
ting eye sometimes goes wrong,
'though the intention is right. Help
me in the pinches, Lord, because a
good single might bring my brother
home. Let not the music of the fans
| keep my eye from the ball, nor the
of the church building was used in the sed hae voodn't vip der children, speek
entertainment, and good music, good , kross vord or even kill a fly. An-
speaking, good feeling and good re- odder voman sed: "Det baen notang;
freshments abounded. Ice cream and
cake in abundance were served.
y husban baen so tender-horted hae
vont even beat der carpet.—Knute
ENTITLED TO THEM
—Prof, and Mrs. J. B. Cheadle and
sons have gone to Chicago, where
they expect to spend the summer: Mr.
Cheadle taking special work in the
University of Chicago. From there
enticements of the slabman draw me t,ipv wiI, g0 to Massachusetts, where page and read, "Jeremiah G
I'-way from the need of a clean single. ^ chead,e wi„ take a post graduate XXXX, Skeezixville."
with a man on second. Help me, O ""
J. S. DREISBACH
Singt* Sewing Machines on
Live and Let Live My Motto
Give Me a Trial
Residence Phone 502
After the new arrival had regia'ar-
From there ed the hotel clerk looked down tbs
course in the law department of Har-
Lord, to bat over 300, because my eyes ^ fQr hjs doctor.s degree. They ex.
are on the big league for eterfnty even ; tQ bg absent a year or more
while I sojourn here among the bush-
—Just received a nice lot of canta- Make arrangements
1 loupes and Logan berries. McGinley's McDaniel.
"What do all those X'p mean aft«r *
your name?" queried the officer «
"That means a lot " explained the ♦
1 new arrival. "I'm ex-school director, *
—The prospects are that houses ex-township trustee, ex-county com- ^
will be scarce the coming school year. mjssjoner and ex-mayor. See?"—
CARPENTERING AND CON-
N. H. Spencer
No. 326 East Main
Job Work a Specialty
Drop me a card and I will
call and figure with you on big
or little jobs.
early. See A.
Kansas City Independent.
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