The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 19, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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The Daily Transcript
NORMAN, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY. JUNE 19, 1915
The season is row on for Logan Berries—the finest berries
grown for preserves and jellies. If you will let us know your
wants in these berries we will keep you posted as to the price
so you can buy them at the cheapest prices. The more berries
we buy the better the price. Let us know what amount you
think you will need and we will call you when we think the price
is at the lowest.
Oranges, Lemons, Peaches
Cantaloupes, Ripe Toma-
toes, Beets, Cabbage. Squash
FRESH AND CURED
Pork, Beef and Veal.
Bacon, Cured Ham, Boiled
Ham, Minced Ham, Wennies,
We slice it for you right
over the block with wafer
$53 MORE FROM L. C. OLIVER |
MAKING $103.00 IX ALL
DEATH OF J. H. HARMON
,Mr- J H. Harmon, aged 64. died at Montford Johnson,
OFF FOR CALIFORNIA
Mr. Oliver Make Another Supplemen- his home, three miles east of korman, Frank McCann and ' Ha?ve Colons
! ITV. J-'1"8 «3 M°re , "l 1:62 a' m' thls (Saturday) morn- have fixed up the Johnson "Soldo*"
to the City—Cases Men- , ing, after a lingering illness with automobile in fine shape, overhauling
tioned. paralysis. The funeral will be held it, supplying it with camping outfu
' kv r j •. 1 o j1 E. Church, South, at 2 etc., and will leave in it on Monday
Ex-Major• L. C. Oliver deposited $53 p. m., Sunday, with interment in I. 0. for an overland trip to California. ex-
more with City lreasurer Bert Bag- 0. F. cemetery. : pecting to be gone ninety days or s>>
j gett yesterday, and transmitted the Mr. Harmon was one of Cleveland They will work in ti e harvest fields
receipt with the following letter to the county's old citizens, coming here in I they say), or at anything else that
city council: 1«>1, and settling on the farm where comes their way, and expect to have
Norman, Okla., June 13, 1915. he died. Few men in the county en- a fine time. After visiting the Pan-
I To President and Members of City joyed greater respect and esteem, and ama exposition, they go to Seiner
j Council of City of Norman, Okla. his death is universally regretted. He and follow the Canadian Pacific rail-1
1 Gentlemen: leaves a wife and eight children who road to Calgary and Winnipeg, com-1
1f>?Jnce n y reP°rt of June 15, mourn the loss of a devoted husband ing home via. Chicago. Thev prom
1915, it has been called to my atten- and father. The children are J. E.lise to drop the Transcript a card oc-
tion that the following persons have Harmon, J. R. Harmon. Robert Har- casionclly telling of their activities
paid fines to me that do not appear an mon, George Harmon and Mrs. Sarah Thev're good boys, and here's hopinr
the docket, which this day I have paid Brockhaus, all of Norman, Mrs. Ella they'll have a fine trip
to the City Treasurer as per his re- Fox of Watson, Mo.: W. P. Harmon of
ceipt attached. Some of these parties Hamburg, la.: Mrs. Maggie Akin, of SEEMS BECKER MUST GO
I do not remember of ever having as- Corpus Christi, Tex. All were pres-
. sessed a fine against. ent at his bedside except Mrs. Fox 1 All,any, N. Y„ June 18.—The court
1 am still satisfied that the amount and Mrs. Akin. The Transcript joins of -appeals today denied the applica-
of each fine, if they were fines, is now the numerous friends in extending its tion of counsel for Charles Becker, the
attached to the complaint.
Hugh Hanna $10.00
Clarence Sherman 1.00
H. V. Bozell 2.00
Lee Walker 10.00
Lester Devore 10.00
Paul Sullivan (I do not re-
member of ever seeing him) 10.00
A. J. Hurt _ 10.00
Total _ $5->.00
Now, gentlemen, if there are others
that you have the least suspicion I
owe, please inform me and thev will
earnest sympathy. i former New York police lieutenant,
for u reargument on its decision af-
firming sentence to death.
— | Becker, convicted of inspiring the
Hardie closed a deal to- murder of Herman Rosenthal, a New
JOHN HARDIE SELLS HOME
day whereby he sells his residence on1 York gambler, now is in the Sing Sing
the University Boulevard to Mrs. death house, sentenced to die in the
Alice Bradway of Noble, who will take1 electric chair during the week begin-
charge of the property about Sept. I ning July 12.
1st. This is one of the best residence) Unless Gov. Whitman pardons him,
properties in the city and Mrs. Brad-: or the United States supreme court
way is to be congratulated on securing nterferes, he must die.
FUNERAL OF THE TWO B(i\ S
it. It is understood that Mrs. Brad"
way's fine farm near Noble figured in
be paid. I do hope there wiifbe no t!'e transaction. The deal was made
more complaints filed against me. for through the Pickard company. It is There was a large attendance at the
1 have never yet used one dollar of e intention u: Mr. and Mrs. Har- double funeral of Clvde Ellis and Tom
the city money at anv time. Respect- ule to leave Norman. Imt they will Patton, held at the'Christian ehun h
fully submitted, L.C.OLIVER probably build a bungalow on the Thursdav afternoon, and the service
I This makes $103 Mr. Oliver has de- west Slde'
posited with the city treasurer to cov- „,.... ... ——
er fines he is said to be short, viz: $30 ' ' CHANNEL
on first report of Mr. Hardie. $20 to^ T, „ „ ~
cover the Ed Thomas and Bogle cases houth Canadian is a peculiar
made Thursday, and this $53. I •^l'eaTT1' During the rampages of the
^orth _ Canadian, Arkansas, Cimma
City Treasurer Bert Baggett states ft"' Washlta and Red Rivers during
his receipt: "Received of L. C. 01- ! ')ast two weeks, with all the
•er, former mayor and police judee ' streams running bank full, the South
f the City of Norman. Okla.. fiftv- i na"lan h.as declined to be flustered,
WAR MONEY IS POURING IN
FLAG DAY CELEBRATED
of the City of Norman, Okla., *.• >- • ,
three dollars, for fines against parties I on the even tenner of its way.
that claim they had been fined and een l,rett>' Wl. but not too
do not now appear upon the police; J"11.1? navigate, and the best part of
docket. I have no Complaints for any i !ts fullness 18 seen in the fact that it
were verj solemn and impressive.
Many of the young associates of the
two lads were present, and expressions
of regret over their untimely deaths
were universal. The caskets were
covered with the beautiful floral of-
ferings, presented by friends and rel-)
atives. A large procession followed
the funeral car which bore them to
I.O. O. F. cemetery, where they were1
laid away in graves side by side.
A Blessing to Houafe
wives In Making
tites are no less
keen than in
winter — the
trouble is with
the foods. There are hundreds of
ways to make summer meals
fresh, appetizing and delightful
by the liberal use of
ice. Fresh fruit,
melons and un-
are delicious when
served with ice.
Iced tea, lemonadft
and hosts of other
— cooling beverages
can be made delightful, stimu-
lating and healthful. Meats, sal-
ads and all other foods are kept
Tresh, wholesome and healthful tr
a well-iced refrigerator.
Use It Freely, It
duces the Cost
CARD OF THANKS
„ , , , , . , . . r- - -- We desire through the Transcript J
of these that I am aole at this time to 5 ^, 0 ,ls channel to tender our earnest thanks to tne
Morton Woolman 01 New York Tells Flag Day was beautifully ind ap- right."
nf !>•.<>. nn.Ul- TL„ I * . . *
find, therefore take it the claims are
of the Prosperity Wave—The
Allies Are Placing Huge
Orders for American
propriately celebrated Monday ufter-
l noon by the Black Beaver chapter of ^ rijvvf n iv itouu-s
) the Daughters of the Amwir^n * *' FURIOUS SMASH
the Daughters of the American Revo-
lution at the home of Mrs. H. H. Hos-
kins on the University Boulevard. The
Morton rooms were profusely decorated
under the bridge, thus minimizing the kind friends and neighbors who "gave I
danger that it might cut a new chan- us unbounded sympathy and assis-
nel at the south end of the bridge. tance in our recent sad bereavement
MR AND MRS. J. S. PATTON.
THAW TO GET TRIAL
MR. AND MRS. A. ELLIS.
Desperate Attack Near Arras After
Careful Preparation—Berlin War
Office Admits Their Lines
Were Pierced in
The Albany, N. Y. court of appeals
i has granted Harry Thaw a trial by
j jury as to his sanity. A judge grant-
Berlin, June 18 (via wireless
Kansas City, June 18.
WTollman, twenty years a resident of flags and flowers, sweet peas, roses
Kansas City and now a stock broker and black eyed Susans. Mrs. J. B.
in New York, sees nation-wide pros- Smith of Oklahoma City and Miss Lu-
perity on account of the war. He is cille Bell served punch in the dining
nere on business. room. r tl, n - ~"ii-— T
"Your prosperity here is due, of In the absence of the regent, Mrs. m:.„ n. ^ar °1 5e now K'e his case.
course, to your big wheat crop and the1 Earl Porter, Mrs. J. B. Thoburn, the u.. French troops
war prices it brought, the prospects vice regent presided. The program „t f f >;fflit,,n. Jre"c^es
for another, and the big prices for opened with the guests rising and re- Kattip '.'.Y # . rce
lead and zinc," he said. "In the East peating the Lord's prayer, followed ^ g ess noith of Arras.
it was expected everything would go ! by the singing of America. Mrs. De p.,:, T„„„ 1C „ .. „
to pieces when the war started, but Golyer playing the accompaniment. nn,.tu 'f 4 ' .a rm' ,e ^1-ont:
that proved to be untrue. There is no Miss Marie gave three readings, lul- wrp,.L.pr| ^ -^a, . ovel\
talk of hard times now and the pros- labies, in a delightful manner. A very ...jti 1 j • . ■ 1 hillsides strewn
perity of the country's financial cen-jinteresting talk was made by Pro' Wlth dead ,s maiking the centenar
ter is bound to be reflected out here. J. S. Buchanan on
GETS HOOSIER CABINET
; o The splendid $35 Hoosier Cabinet
ea it to him, but the great state of donated by enterprising Norman mer-
-\ew York took an appeal, endeavor- chants, was awarded to Rev L H
| ing to have him returned to Matte- Havill today. It came "rom the I. M
to | wan without a trial. Twelve men will Jackson establishment, and Mrs.
Havill will sure get a nice present.
AT THE CHURCHES
as mane nv i-rof ^ th dead is marking the centenary of
, f? ' Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo,
the history of the Th„ F,.„n„h aro
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Usual services Sunday. Sunday At eleven, morning prayer and ad-
It's &u economic fact that a few]
Cents extra a day for ice will save
s\. many dollars a
month in foods.
It saves the wast-
ing of good foods
which the family
will not eat when served warm or
wilty, by making them tasty and
deliciously welcome. Have our
wagon stop regu-
llarly at ypur
'ti o tn e. Let the
rfian leave all the
pure ice you can
use. It's econ-
omy of the high-
"Th. war business has r.achsd tr,- f)aB from th« emblems first "used by lo TltTthS M b. Zt tZ'sV"£i'","hZ'. Si, Stat5T5rf bSS" m Milling. & Ol'ain Company -
Our summer campaign is starting off Them."
mendous proportions and practically1 the colonies down to the flag of the tVi'^r ene"1-v,':^rcei;,'r
every factory that can make war mu-j present day Mr. Schmidt closed the a hiu Souchez heavf. artil'ler^is well and we are making a special ef- address
mtions has more orders than it can program with two beautiful selections <weenln„ fu„ «t,"lely fnrt t iv t .u fu„ . „ _
fill. The steel mills, in so far as thev which were encored. wKSI • ar0U.^ I sfble ^Ti fnr ,,S" Ahe mol;"'!1>r of Sunday, June
can work on war orders are running A social hour closed the mwram .,ouc"ez the fighting is going on with sll)le seivice. Our classes for the _4th, there will be no services at St
at full capacity Povvder factories Lre a^d refie4,nents we re served.nX the greatest intensity. The French young people are aught by the best John's on account of Mr. Griffith's
compelled to turn busInLs away ; hostess assisted bv Mrs Hutchins! ^df with^a^illerv V'T' > now teac"hine ouTm^'s Bib^ ^ lCathede?1 in 0klaho'
"The Allies have placed orders for Mrs. Glenn and Mrs. DeGolver. liiLZ a f? y , l^.nouteaihing °ui Mens Bible ma City, where he is to deliver an Or
delivery two and three years in thej Mrs. B. M. Dillev and Mrs. J. B. a£rain«t two themselves
future. The war may not last that Smith of Oklahoma City were out of|nfans engaged in a desperate effortto
i hold their lines before Lens.
i Tremendous importance is attached
to the conflict north of Arras by mil-
j itary officials here. For the first time
the in many weeks the screen of censor-
La ' ship was drawn tightly over the oper-
Iong, but they are taking no chances.' town guests.
Rumania and Greece have placed large !
orders. Orders have been offered for! ALL SORTS OF ITEMS
five million guns that cannot be ful-1
filled. The prices of raw materials \
have advanced so ranidlv that manu-1
•' Pressed that city, exists^no more, ations today, indicating the seri-
At seven-thirty, prayers, no
an evening service at
to twenty-four hours. I know a man
who took a contract when the material
was at twenty-six cents. Before he
could start work on it the material
had gone to thirty-one cents.
"In order that there may be no re-
fusal of goods as not up to contract,
the manufacturers have stationed
class. We hope to do a great work in dination Sermon.
that class. j There will be
Preaching at both hours by the pas- seven-thirty.
tor. At 11 a. m., subject: "The In-
heritance of the Meek." ! CHRISTIAN CHURCH
8:15 p. m. "The Essentials of a ... , „ . „ . ~ „
Successful Life" ! A" regular services will be held Great Bend, Kan., June 17.—The
In both of the^e s-bWts thf. naotor ?-unday'June 20' Bible school at 9:4.") heaviest hailstorms that western
if,V... ®".bJ*eJ;^thepa?5°! I Endeavor Societies at 7 p. m. Preach- Kansas has experienced in years pre-
HEAVY HAIL IN KANSAS
will try to bring you some lessons that
Of its 1,600 men only 175 remain, and ness of the strugele. The war office1 S0I2ie *?vlp -'?u,in ! Morning subTect'°will' 'be'1^ "ReHei
these have been incm-nornteH in other this afternoon anronn^H that ™ ties of !■# Tn hnth „.,11 ! . _ * . .. J .. win ue. iteugl
these have been incorporated in other, this afternoon announced that no of-
regiments. The story speaks for it- ficial bulletins regarding the progress
self as to the slaughter that i3 going ; of the battle would be made public for
on in Europe. I at least twelve hours. This announce-
* * * | ment only increased the tension here.
_ In some quarters it is believed Bry- ^?r wee'is hints have gone out of a
their m!fls~expe"rts from"' the ""nations1 an is intent on organizing a new party j s'?ash against the German
making the purchases and everv stage1 wlth German-American voters as its the anniversary of Waterloo,
of the manufacture is closely super- nucleus; but asks the Topeka Jour- A'though officiall> discredited, Pari
vised nal, how will he bring about a coali- been led to believe that the climax
"A' tremendous amount of monev t'0'1 between bis German-American "f the French thrun north of Arras
has been poured into this countrv. It and Prohibition friends? , jas t:o 'be reached today, and the pub-
is customary for the purchasing * * • feverishly awaited more news from
agents to place 25 per cent of the con- Thomas A. Edison says he knows of I The Germans are counter attack-inn-
tract price injiank on this side as a still more cruel methods of warfare j with great fury Bombs hand gre^
manufacturer can get the money for The^e^rvriu''ne^niX3 -i "a(^es .bayonets all are playing
the raw material purchases as rapid- less the United States
vailed Tuesday night in Rush "and
of life To them hn>h he will irive I =""jeci, wm oe: "Kengion Pawnee counties. Tnousands of acres
a practical turn dfs^ussine them from and, T,'utk- See announcement- for of growing wheat was levelled,
the evervdav point of view We es^ I "nterence oi. Rural Church Work, to The hail was driven by a terrific
peciallv invite vou to be out to hear il ln church in the afternoon wl.nd. Two strips of territory, twenty
these discussions Our series are „ Th^ ,eyening will be given over to miles long and eight miles wide, bore
very short. They are confined t0 ^children^s program, in observance lhe l'ru"t of the storm. The first
Iren's Day for 1915. An truck the Ash valley district of Paw-
interestinir program has been arrang- nee county, one of the richest wheat
K , ed and will be enjoyed by ail who sections of Kansas. It centered about
thirty minutes only,
weather we shall try
to make our
services short helnfnl anrf intensok- come Miss Naonia' Lowe,'of the con Larned, extending to Pawnee Rock,
oracdcal Let's have Trtt^crowds ^rvatorv of Music of Cincinnatti. e.yht miles, and from the Seamon dis-
Sundav 0hio' "i11 sin,r "The Ho1" City" at the trict north of Larned twelve miles, to
- ) morning services. the neighborhood of Ray, nine miles
Remember the young people's work A cordial invitation is extended to southwest. Practically all wheat in
at 7:lo. Our union is forging ahead; the public, and especially strangers, this district was damaged. In Rush
and doing splendid work. We want to who may be in our city. A welcome eounty the hail covered a district
get in the work with the other young will be given to all.
~D. A. WICKIZER, Pastor.
guarantee of payment. Then the than even this war has disclosed. I narfoa neople so be on hand Sunday night.
r~A I Fai u in Luc ^itrut cuniiicl. j_juss , ^ ^ h&v6'd hearty handshake for you,
ly a,,h. turns «tb, completed in- ^
uffect^? ways ?f d?str?y.ng life than sea, and for this reason the Teutons I us. W. E. GUY, Pastor.
by artillery and nfle fire, or the use are throwing their forces into battle
—Purity Ice Cream: Order a brick of hl£h explosive, he says. with utter disregard.for lives.
or two from Phone 364, for that Sun- * * * No estimates of the loss of life have
day dinner. An elegant desert. Mrs. Haley of Wichita gave birth to reached Paris, but it is accepted here
a babe that weighed but two pounds,1 that heavy losses are occurring on
—Don't you need a pair of these Tuesday. Mother and child doing both sides. The war office was silent
Palm Beach shoes to go with that we"- ... | this afternoon about_ operations along
new summer suit of yours? If so, we
can fit you. Rucker's.
M. E. CHURCH. SOUTH
—Wall Paper and Paints at Reed's
* * * the River Fecht. All unofficial re-
Pauls Valley, Okla., June 15.—Sev-' P°rts said that the French are mak-
cnteen children of Pauls Valley fami-1 inK steady progress in the direction of
First Church of Christ, Scientist:
Regular services at the church edifice
I on West Eufaula at 11 o'clock. Sub-
let: "Is the Universe, Including
Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?"
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Let Wednesday evening testimonial meet-
every scholar be on hand promptly. ■ ;n*J} o clock. All cordially invited
. 1, 0 these services. Sunday school at
• ^|, ? !ce ^ a- m* ^ ,s Jn o'clock. The reading: room at the
service^ will be in the interest of ou. church is open from o;30 t0 5 0.cl0ck
«omens wo.k and all our women are every Wednesday afternoon.
around LaCrosse. From the Pawnee
county line to a point eighteen miles
north the storm prevailed.
urged to be present. The pastor will
DR. G. L. DAVIDSON
Temporarily located at the
Cottage Home Hotel
When in Norman
♦ Stop at ♦
The Grand Central
on North Peteit,
Clean Beds and Plenty to Eat
W. M. Langford, Prop.
Best $1.25 House in the State
rauis vauey iami-; ... u,in„llulj •
lies all bitten by a pet cat Saturday,:the German military center at Colmar.! >" -aul-
weie either in Austin, Texas or cared | Evening service at 8 p. m. Subject:
l'or by local physicians today under-' Berlin (via. London), June 18.— | Meaning of a Great Life."
going Pasteur treatment. State1 The war office announced the almost!
Chemist DeBarr, who examined the complete annihilation of a British de-1 METHODIST EPISCOP AL CHURC H
cat's head after it was killed, said it tachment in the fighting north of the J
showed unmistakable signs of rabies. Bethune-La Bassee Canal. The Eng-i in .
The cat entered the yard where the lish troops rushed forward to within1' An'\US aVL A'mol'-v
children were playing. It attacked one a few vards of the German positions.! anci Phii«th Q I'll8, n®
and the others tried to beat it off but A terrible artillery and machine gun ias es wl" ,meetTJ?"
the cat lacerated every one before it fire was turned upon them and few of 7,-i 11 ho ml u Armory a pa in Thi-
♦ was killed. , the trcops escaped. I « l'be our last Sunday at the Armory
^ * otn tor Sunday school and preaching:
Mrs. Mabel Hammond is dead at ^ Purity Ice Cream: Order a brick basment of^thT^'ew chu/ch he'reaft"
Harlan, Ras., of stomach trouble. She or two from Phone 364, for that Sun-: er. Though unfinished this will be
weighed 800 pounds, and has a sister day dinner. An elegant desert. ; far more comfortable for
tipping the scales at 560. When as'
girls they went to school, the door
r., ... „ j . ^ork on the new church is progres-
Court, Fidelity, Con- sing very *- ' ' —
bad to be enlarged ti" Vimi'i" tkii",' ImtKipSlurT" I'ny^lE'ktaTta' UM
xsxaittjfcr.a!A MtD- trAsss,''th;,
160 acres unimproved land, 6 miles from county seat of
Sherman County, Kansas. This is a nice level piece of land; a
bargain for some one.
Want Norman property or farm land near here. See us for
quick deal while party is here.
VINCENT & WEIR
107 E. Main
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