The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 15, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 22, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SCIENCE OF DRUGLESS HEALING
A COMMON-SENSE METHOD OF HELPING NATURE
Osteopathic Treatment imposed no additional work on th«
Body, by overloading it with foreign substances, but ever assists
Nature in her efforts to overcome the disease condition and bring
about i restoration to the Normal.
If you have failed to get relief by other methods, see
Temporarily located at Cottage Home Hotel
Dr. G. L DA VIDSON
1 hll TONS INVEST LEMBERG MIGHTY SENSIBLE REMARKS *1*'["i"]''I'■*,,|, |« |«*'**1'>
London, June 21.--Rawa Ruska, ac-
cording to a Berlin official leport is
the latest Russian position in Galicia
to fall into the hands of the Auatro-
Germans and as the Teutons also are
reported to be fighting east of this
town the investment of Lemberg must
be so nearly complete that the Rus-
sians must withdraw from the Oali-
c rnn capital or leave a portion of their
forces there to be besieged.
The German general, Von Macken-
zen is reported to have seized the rail-
way connecting Rawa Ruska with
Lemberg thus cuttine off the retreat
northward of the Russians. Accord-
ing to the latest new* from Berlin the
Teutonic allies are within nine miles
Bro. Burke: I inclose an ar-
ticle which I wrote hastily last
evening after listening to some
good and learned men discuss
the great problem of rural
life. I am intensely interested
in that subject and would like
to have you publish this ar-
ticle in the hope that it may
attract the attention of some
people* at the University and
others whose influence for the
betterment of country life will
go out all over the state.
M. I. McNAMEE.
The Daily Transcript
—Fresh candies at Reed's.
Petrograd, June 21.-10:40 a. m., Kditor Norman Transcript:
via London, 6:45 p. m.)—The Austro- "At the Christian church yesterday
„m,,, .. t .. , German attempt to force a wav afternoon 1 listened to Rev. Wickizer.
J. J. BL RKE, Editor and Owner .. r„i r ,„J?1 through the Russian lines north and Rev. Ownbey, Dr. Scroggs and Judge
fire house stood- The Cl%lc Commit-. .south „f r.rodek, in the battle for ' Eagleton discuss the question of how
January 17, 1914, at the Postoffice at
Norman, Okla., under the Act of -
March 3, 1879. value in union suits and we will save
Lemberir apparently has not vet been to build up social centers in rural
i successful. communities and how to make rural
V\e want to show you a real good Regarding the approaching crisis in life so attractive that people of talent
e in union suits^ and we will save the Galician campaign the Bourse Ga- and character would not move from
you money. Rucker's zette says: the country to the towns and cities. I
"If in view of continued German re- was glad to learn that men of their
—Mrs. S. D. Brooks and Mrs. L. J. inforcements in Galicia the situation talent and influence were learning
Mail Subscrii-inns yeai ..$2.50 Edwards r.re Oklahoma City visitors j forces us to choose between retaining something of the real condition of af-
Mail Subscriptions,'8 months III 1.25 this afternoon. Lemberg and preserving the freedom j fairs, the bad drift of things and were
except Thursdays and
Mail Subscriptions, 1 month .25
By Carrier, per annum 2.00
By Carrier, per week ! - .05
—Fresh Jersey Cow for Sale: Very
choice. See R. E. Clement, 933 East
Hubert, north of eas:, side school. 3t*
—Col. J. M. Stovall was in the city
from Lexington this morning.
—A big saving in men's Union lrn-
derwear at Rucker's.
—Victrolas and new
Reed's Drug Store.
—Mrs. M. Endicott went to Noble
records ai today on receipt of news that her
mother, Mrs. Wilson, was worse
THE ROMANCE OF GARIBALDI
—Claude Sumpter is still in jail
awaiting the arrival of an officer
from Bakersfield, Cali., who is on the
—We have all sizes in Palm Beach
pants for both men and boys and just
the thing for these hot days. Ruck-
—Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Fair, who have
been visiting Mrs. J. R. Barsalow for
—Plenty of cool suits for men and
women can be found at Rucker's
Ready to Wear store. Call and see
—Mrs. H. P. Alden received cards
today from Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Alden
telling of their safe arrival in Ha-
vana, Cuba, on their way to Panama.
of our operations it is possible we actually getting spme small vision of
shall have to make a sentimental sac- how conditions might be made better
rifiee and abandon the Galician capi-; and bad tendencies in rural life
tal." checked. Preachers are beginning to
Kaiser William himself is manag-, see—some of them very indistinctly
ing the campaign against Lemberg yet—that the spiritual life i; at most
and under his eye his soldiers are not more than half of life; that
fighting brilliantly and making con- preaching the beautiful of heaven and
iinual advances. the horrors of hell is only a small
part of their duties on this earth.
They are beginning to see very faintly
most of them, that correct physical
The grandsons of Garibaldi and his' a?d f.conom'c conditions are the basis
wife, Anita, have gone to the war, of al1 .sPm,tu ' Perfection. There is
their souls filled with an hereditary one that every preacher and
hate against Auatria. ev?'T, social welfare worker should
Three generations of Garibaldis fet thoroughly worked into his sys-
have fought Austria, and these four tem *nd that is this. Everything in the
of the youngest generation, Peppino, n°r ■ y,e'd?. t° economic necessity.
Ezio, Ricciotti and Menotti Garibaldi, Rellf?'°n. politics morality, marriage
men's athletic unions for fifty cents, j have set out to join the Italian army ^'e!\ , propogation of the race, ah
Come to Rucker's. land to fight where, their grandfather ! •' inexorable law of econo-
fought and where their grandmother, "!lc n®ce®:s'ty- Given a lot of landless
the beautiful Anita, pursued by the tenants living in hovels on farms
Austrian*, died in his arms and was ^ absentee landlords and we
buried in a swamp. a^ays Ket t!je same result whether
In all the history of war and the lf be ,n. free America, autocratic Rus-
struggle of man toward freedom, there sla,01 Tln constitutional Great Britain
iR no more herni** fio-urp than that nf a. Ireland. Schools deterioate,
—Nyal's Face ^'ream saves your
complexion. Reed's Drug Store.
—Banker R. F. Eilinger was here
from Noble yesterday looking after
the 1915 assessment on his property.
We give you a good 75c value in
—The body of Mrs. D. C. Weaver
days returned to their home in who '"e(' in this city last evening aged
10 this morning. 68, was shipped this morning to her
former home at Wynnewood.
—Nyal's Face Cream is greaseless
and protects your face against sun-
burn and tan. At Reed's.
—E. L. Sheets was here from Wash-
ington, Okla., today. He is in the
mercantile business there, doing welt,
and says the prospects for an excel-
lent crop are good
♦ O. K. TRANSFER AND ♦
O. K. TRANSFER AND
Reutepholer & Frick Props.
OFFICE PHONE 225
RESIDENCE PHONE 263
Your Patronage Solicited
is no more heroic figure than that of , , . .
the elder Garibaldi. "There is around H' ,. interest wanes, community,
his name a halo which nothing can Pr,t'e dies, morality fades, people de-
extinguish." And in all the annals of generate, patriotism languishes. If
romantic and adventurous love, and! ■you \va country people to build and
of woman's devotion, there is nothing good schools and churches
more fascinating than the story of | an~, socl? centers, and build good
Garibaldi and Anita. modern houses and barns and raise
He was a sailor who imbibed from i K° families of bright children; it
the great Mazzini a love of liberty and ■vou want them to be patriotic and
—The best line of men's underwear j joined with the "Young Italians" in a m?'a' an'j decent and have community
carried in Norman can be found at I revolution to overthrow the govern- P,r , ar) personal pride give them
i Rucker's and the price is right j ment. But the movement failed, and, , . ." aJ? 8lve tnem a chance to
' with a price on his head, he fled to keeP J4' ,Pe.°Ple w^out land are a
—Mrs. Belle Smith, accompanied by 1 South America and joined in the m ' without people is a wilder-
■ her two daughters, Lillie and Lizzie, struggle of the new republic of Uru- ^ss" ,. V1 together and let
arrived from Kansas City. Mo . yes- guay against the Argentine dictator, ^ 011 V"' ,a own 11
terday, on a visit to her nephew, C. M Hosas. and till it and you have the greatest
Smith, of the book store. There he met Anita, washing her co™bination on e?.' '■
I husband'- shirt on the bank of a . Landlordism will damn any country
—Typewriters for Rent. Smith's I stream. The beautiful girl glanced , the preachers and social
, intn tho (W nf workers in Christendom cant save it
i up into the face of the handsome
young man on horseback; he beckon-
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♦ Live and Let Live My Motto •
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♦ Residence Phone 502 *
| unless they begin at the root of the
and cure that first. Then a very
—Mrs. Clyde Pickard and her two j ed to her, she came, he lifted her to a J ev" .^e Physical_ and economic side
peller, are spending a week at Weleet-j wedding, but for a quarter of a cen- uaiTsit'e"T , ,. ,
•• tury she shared his lot in peace and in ,Now- 1 don t " «"} that we should
war and was never away from his side une any?Ve, a,,y 'a"d' „ I think every-
pretty little daughters, Winfred ar\u .seat behind him and they rode off to-,,.... . ... . . ~i~v ~
Julia Emaline, and Miss Annie Ka-1 gether. There was no divorce and no vo V1 are 0 the spirit-
ka, Okla., visiting Mr
ter, Mrs. Osterhaus
CARPENTERING AND CON
N. H. Spencer
No. 326 East ?Iain
—"Foxy Grandpa" knows who's wh
in Norman. See who he visits in the
—Mrs. R. E. L. Morgan and daugh-
ter left thi~i morning for Sulphur,
Okla., to attend the Oklahoma M. E.
Assembly a week or so. Prominent
men of the denomination will be pres-
ent and the attendance this year is
expected to break all records.
until her death.
Their honeymoon was, spent on the
fighting line in Uruguay and she load-
ed the guns for Garibaldi as he fought.
Once.in that time of desperate fight-
ing they rode together on horseback
one hundred miles without food
rest Their first son, Menotti, was
born in those days of wild
fighting aiid twelve days after
Job Work a Specialty
Drop ir.e a card and I will
call and figure with you on big
or little jobs.
—Payn, district manager of
Maccabees in Oklahoma City, i
jail ill that town changed with for-
gery, and the evidence is so strong
against him that the court wants
$'J,500 bail. It does not surprise us.
He cheated the Transcript out of a
couple of dollars a few week? ago, and
anyone who will "do" a poor printer
will do anybody and anything
birth she strapped her baby upon her "a)re a graduated land tax coi
hack, mounted a horse, rode sixty eftect a[tej' a specified nui
miles to escape capture and took ref- .vears which would make it
How to Cut Down
the Cost of
one should buy every foot of land he
gets if we admit of private owner-
ship of land. And I do not think any
man's land ought to be confiscated if
he is an absentee landlord and owi,
too much. I think vhe state or gov-
ernment ought to establish a system
of .rural credit that will enable any-
ruerrTlla "ne t0 1,uy 'and on 'on" time at a low
his 1 ate interest. I think we should i
have a graduated land tax coming into;
I H number of
able for men to own a large amount!
nf land. Give people who live on the
Ijuni'ing again'Tri'ItaVrGrribal^rwith lan.d tax exemptions, and espec-
his wife and baby, returned to fight lall>' ® the way of improvements and i
the Austrians at the head of a corps PeoPle. Wll! stay on the land, build'
of volunteers and Anita went with *ood houses and good churches andi
him. They were defeated and Gari- *ho°ls, good roads and good improv-
baldi and Anita fled in a fisherman's '^nts generally love God and their
boat, hoping to reach Venice. A storm neighbors and be happy prosperous,
drove them ashore and they hid in a patriotic people instead of a howling,
swamp and there Anita died in his discontented, shiftless mob Preach-
arms. The Austrians were hunting «■ a"d,.s(fal ''formers, nlease donti
them. So Garibaldi dug a shallow 1 that the physical and economic
grave and hastily covered the body of ™me first in this wor d; then the in-
the faithful Anita and fled. Her dog te'j'®ct"a_I and spii ltnal. That is noti
refused to leave the grave and pawed contrary to ^hrist s teaching
,je in a dense tropical forest.
When the flame of revolution began
M. P. McNAMEE.
Advantageous buying is the
basis of economy. To know
when and where to buy is a
problem, which can be easily
solved by reading the announce-
ments of the live merchants who
use th - columns of the Daily
Tr." script to enlighten the pub-
lic, on where and wher to buy.
The news columns play an im-
portant part in the make up of
the new paper, but the advortis-
ing columns are just as import-
ant and in many instances are of
vastly more importance to the
reader who wishes to economize
in the high cost of living.
Begin now and economize by
reading and taking advantage of
the advertisements that are ap-
pearing dailv in the Daily Tran-
It will save you time and money!
the earth from the body, thus dis-
| covering it to some Austrian skirm-
I ishers who came that ya. The are !
j -aid to have mutilated the body, and —Pasture for Rent: See Robert
; Garibaldi never forgave, and he pass- Rucker, at Rucker's store.
I ed on the legacy of hate of Austrians.. -
| to Menotti and Ricciotti, his two sons,M: -Lost: A silver bar pm with
f and tha; hatred has descended to the creen jade setting. Please return to
f four grandsons who have just gone to Transcript office and receive reward. ;
I,; RE ON CHATAUQUA
—White canvas and Palm Beach
English Oxfords in all sizes and!
widths at Rucker's.
U. S. Senator T. P. Gore started out
Sunday from Lawton on a Chatauqua
tour of Iowa, Missouri, Colorado, Ne-
braska and Texas, being under con- Gov. Arthur Capper and give him ou
tract to deliver seventj lectuiesat '/ regards. Gov. Capper was a devil i
—Mr. J. J. McGlone leaves this af-
ernoon on a visit with relatives in
Topeka, Kas., and promises to call on
regards. Gov. Capper
the lecture. In this way be material- .|ie writer's print shop in Kansas long'
ly adds to the little $(,500 per annum . eEr;! a^o, and a little devil of a devil
he gets as senator. ;vas j,e
— I ry a Classified Liner
—When at last our work is done you
will all be glati that the Civic Com-
mittee of the Norman Chamber of
Commerce caused the removal of the
old fire house. A wonderful transfor-
mation will soon take place where the
old fire house stood. Watch this spot
keep it in your eye and mind, remem-
ber how it looks now and how it will
look when the Civic Committee gets
through with it.—The Civic Commit-
—If you've never accompanied a
June bride on a purchasing expedition,
especially 'h« furnishing of her new'
home, you'd bette-- read "Foxy Grand-
na's" trip with the Newly Weds in the
Transcript. Watch for it.
—Don't put off buying that sum-
ler knee length union when you can
' vy that at Rucker's for fifty cents.
—Household Good- for Sale at 50'-
South Santa Fe. Call from 2 to .Ti
o'clock p. m. Tuesday. 3t* |
The season is here for cool under-!
clothing and suits for all of us. Now j
is the time-and Rucker's the place
—Mrs. Tom Cheatwood and child-j
ren are home from visiting at Lexing-
ton, and Miss Agnes Rule and Miss
Billie McFadden of Lexington are her
grests this week.
—A good piano for sale or rent A
bargain. Call at 412 E. Comanche orj
phone 442. Prof. E. L. Howard i
—C. M Hobaugh is here from Bris- —A large line of ladies new style
town, Okla., a few days. He reports, dresses, right from New York to us.
it pretty quiet over that way. Come and see them. Rucker's,
Want to Sell
War t to Buy
Put an Ad in the
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have all they want.
"But insist upon"
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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.
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