The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 171, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 3, 1916 Page: 1 of 4
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NORMAN. OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, X91G
Don't Forget the "Cosmopolitans" at
the University & Orpheum Theaters,
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INTERSCHOLASTIC IN MAY
IT IS THE BEST BRAND
OF FLOUR AND
EVERYBODY LIKES IT
JUST AS GOOD AS THE
FLOUR, AND EVERYBODY
LIKES THEM, TOO
TO COME TO US
EVERYTHING YOU WANT
ROCK BUILDING—WEST MAIN
PHONE 394 PROMPT DELIVERY
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11 The Time of Holding tile Big State
Athl ^•tic Meet Changed from
April to May.
May 6 has been set as the date for
the Oklahoma interscholastic track
and field meet this year, according to
an announcement by University of
Oklahoma officials in whose hands
rests the holding of the state's great-
est scholastic event of the year. The
oratorical and musical contests and
the tennis and baseball tournaments
will be held Thursday and Friday,
May 1 and 5.
The change from the last week in
April, which since the beginning has
been the time of the meet, to the first
week in May was made at the request
of highschool teachers throughout the
state. A state law1 providing that'
every highschool and grade school'
teacher in Oklahoma take the county i
examinations which are held the last
j week in April occasioned the request]
j foi a change in date, as most of them
I desire to accompany their pupils to :
the contests held here.
i According to information in the |
| hands of the local officials of the as-j
. sociation, ihe liiio meet promises to
make greater advancement over that;
| of the last year than any previously.'
] f loods prevented many athletic teams!
; arriving last year and there seems to'
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Finest Steaks on Earth
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i interest throughout
the state than
RECEIVED A BROKEN RIB
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Miss Clarice Hodges, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hodges, of 403
West Main, while out with a crowd of
young folks, coasting, last evening,
was the victim of quite a serious acci-
dent. The sled she was on was hitch-
ed to a jitney, and at the Varsity Shop
a quick turn of the automobile threw
her from the sled, and another sled
rai. into her. She was unconscious
.vhen picked up, and when removed to
her home was found to be suffering
from a fractured rib and numerous
finises. She soon regained conscious-'
r.ess and 's resting easy today. Miss
Lillian Gooding, who was on the sled 1
with Miss Clarice, also received many
| bruises. Coasting is a mighty nice1
and exciting sport, but gets too ex- \
citing some times.
We trust the young lady will soon
recover and congratulate her it was1
1 he undersigned wish to announce
to the public that we have gained full
control of Whit well* a Farmers
Store, formerly controlled by E. O.
Whitwell, and shall be known in the
future as Whitwell Dry Goods Co.,
carrying a full line of Dry Goods,
Shoes and Clothing.
It is the aim of the new firm to
carry the best that money can buy in
all lines, and many new goods are now
on the way to fill our shelves for the
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you do not watch the papers from day
R. F. WHITWELL
C. W. VARNEY
Whitwell Dry Goods Company
FUNERAL OF MR. WALCn
Hams and Bacon
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Oranges and Lemons
REGISTER YOUR BABY IN
THE STORK SYSTEM OF
And accumulate a fund for your
child's education. Trade with the
Stork merchants and deposit the
jcrip with the Farmers National
Bank. Register with any of the
stores or bank.
S. K. McCALL COMPANY.
I. M. JACKSON.
NOLAN & MARTIN.
^ The funeral of Mr. Lewis Walch at
St. Joseph's Catholic church this
j morning drew together a large num-
ber of his friends and the citizens of
I the town who wished to pay their last
11 sad respects to a good and worthy1
'man. The services were most solemn u, ,, . ■- * *"
'and impressive, and (he flora! trib- , January will not apply to be
iutes very numerous and beautiful. A^e'fase5.,°,n, on"' but e'ect to stay in
11 long procession followed the remains u j the, n.ext term of court, and
' j to their last resting place in the i' el} demand immediate trial. The
[ Catholic cemetery. ! next term of district court convenes
in Monday, March 6th, and it is prob
WILL NOT APPLY FOR BAIL
The Transcript learns it is probable
GET YOUR SMOKED GLASS
Pro'* Howell Lewis, the Oklaho-
ma City weather man, says:
"There will be a full eclipse of the
sun on February 3; it will be plainly
visible in Europe and the mid-Atlantic
ocean. In Washington there will be
a half eclipse.
"In this section of the country the
southern limb of the sun will be on
exhibition between the hours of 9 and
I I o clock a. m. of the aforementioned
McCOMB ROBBERS CAPTURED
|able Mr. January's trial will be the
first one called.
O. B. FLOUR THE BEST
. Yesterilay we promised to tell the
readers of the Transcript why the
east side school house was built where
it now stands. There are many other
incidents that happened in the build- . , ,
ing of our city that would make good w"ole school h<
readinc for those who are inclined to expected when
reading for those who are inclined to
In the beginning, everybody wanted
to get a corner lot, and then wanted
the town to grow up around their par-
ticular lot, and in order to get a corn-
er, on the right corner, several lot
owners would group together and try
to persuade everybody else that the
future town would be right where
their stakes were set. The stakes
were driven clear out on the prairie
on the east side of the track, and
enough ground was staked off to
make a London, or New York, and
everybody was rich in their own feel-
ings. Small tadpoles were soon full
grown frogs, and began to croak, and
make a terrible noise about something
that wa3 going to happen and make
them all rich on account of their stakes
being driven down in the right spot.
Many of these stakes rotted away, and
fortune never came to the owners.
The surplus, and promising lots that
no one needed had to go back, as un-
occupied lots always do.
Out in the country east of town
farms were staked the same way that
lots were staked in the cities and
tcrwns, and about that time a man
from Indiana came along and staked,
or bought out, a "sooner," and we were
the sole owner of 160 acres of land ad-
joining Norman on the east, and on
♦Ms allotment the government had
designated a country school house site,
and this is just what we wanted. We
had but little school house experience
from the inside and wanted to help our
boys get enough learning in order not
to be compelled to chop wood with a
dull ax as we had done. To own a
whole school house was better than we
we came west to grow
up with the country. We had "that
school house lariated and staked down
and was going to keep it. We changed
our mind, and it got away.
Read Friday's Transcript for par-
ticulars about that school house.
THE CIVIC COMMITTEE.
The Patrons-Teachers club of the
Washington school will be held on
Friday afternoon, Feby 4th. At 2
o'clock the 8th grade will have a de-
bate. At 2:40, in Miss Olander's room
there will be a model recitation in
physiology. The Patrons' meeting
will begin at 3:00 a'clock. Mrs. Nice
will give an interesting paper on
"Montiserrs Methods." All interested
are cordially invited.
IN BEAVER COUNTY
The two men who robbed the bank;
at McComb on Saturday were captur-J
ed yesterday in Pottawatomie county.)
Loren Johnson and Ed Wilder were' You'll never get perfect satisfaction
their names, and they lived south and i until you try "0. B. Flour" the Per-
east of Etowah on a farm. Johnson [feet Flour. F. B. Jones, West Main
has confessed. The officers recovered i street. Prompt deliverv.
j S1 o00 of the $2000 taken by the roll-J
| bers, and the men will probably serve ' ——
a long term in the penetentiary.
BILL MAIN RELEASED
I Bill Main, noted in the Transcript ft
few days ago as awaiting trial for se-
duction and desertion, fixed up his
troubles with his wife, Monday, and
was released to go home and take care
of his wife and baby. He promised to
be good and faithful. The case against
him was not dismissed, being held over
against him to see how he behaves.
The parties reside near Noble.
MAN ALIVE! LISTEN!
The Cosmopolitan Program at the
University and Orpheum Theatres on
Thursday night will be too good to
ED MAYS GIVEN CREDIT
—Married: On Thursday, Jan. 27,
1916, Rev. W. E. Guy officiated at the
wedding of Mr. Nathan Howe, 30, of
Noble, and Miss M. Lucile Payne, 24,
of Bartlesville, Okla. The happy couple
wili reside on a farm near Noble.
—Mr. Jas. McDaniel left this after-
noon for Bertrand, Okla., way up in
Cimmaron county, to visit his sons
and other relatives a couple of weeks
and see whether his half-section of
land is still there.
Reports of the discovery of oil in a
well at Gate in Beaver County have .
interested oil producers the last week.! conviction of "Red" Cameron
This discovery expands the oil field 'in(' Frank Pence, the two notorious
area of Oklahoma materially, as the! bootleggers and gamblers of Oklaho
new well is in the Panhandle of Okla-'ma 's due to ^ Rood detective 1
homa, which lies between the Pan-! wol"k of Ed Mays, according to Conn
handle of Texas and the State of Kan- ty Attorney John Embry, under'
sas. The oil was found at a depth of whose direction Mays is working in
about 1,500 feet. A number of form- ,'le c',y- Cameron and Pence face a
erly-of-Norman people own land up ,onK term in jail and heavy fines, and
there and maybe they'll all get rich. 'ire now trying to compromise.
The well has not been completed,
but the indications are that the strike SIX WEEKS MORE OF WINTER ;
is of sufficient magnitude to bring —
about general prospecting in that part If there's anything in the saying!
of the State. There are large tracts that if the groundhog sees his shadow
of school land yet. unsold in that re- ,,T1 FeFby. 2nd we'll have six more
gion and the State may be expected to weeks of winter, we are certainly in
join in the oil excitement there to the! for some bitting weather. Any old
extent of segregating these lands for time he popped out of his* hole today
mineral development under the law. he popped right in again for it has
| been sunshine all day.
For Rent: Six room modern
house, 530 West Main St., sleeping
porch, nice shade. Can give possession
at once. See or phone Vincent &
Weir. Phone 50.
FIRE AT GRAVES* HOME
,:r!VIa"ie<,: Rev E. S. Benjamin
officiated at the marriage of Mr. Dee
Odor, 21, and Miss Opal Smith, 18, at
the M E. parsonage on Jan. 29th. j done.
Both the parties are residents of Nor-
man, and numerous friends wish them
much joy and happiness.
The fire department was called out
this morning in answer to an alarm
from 420 North Porter—the G. I), j
Graves' home. The fire had caught
from the flue, but was put out by the
fire laddies before much damage was
—The best program of the year at
the picture shows is the Cosmopolitan
Program in which Miss Margarhita
Gimeno will appear singing some
A PERFECT FLOUR—"O. B."
Try a sack. F. B. Jones, West Main.
Phone 309. Guaranteed. Prompt de-
—Do not fail to hear Morris Lhevine
in the Cosmopolitan Program Thurs-
Post Exam Jubilee
Y. M. C. A. BENEFIT
University and Orpheum Theaters
Thu.sday, February 3rd
2 Hours Entertainment. 5 - REELS - 5
Gladys Hanson in
"THE PRIMROSE PATH"
A Broadway Universal Feature
2 ACTS. HIGH CLASS AMATEUR VAUDEVILLE
SEVTS FOR A THOUSAND PEOPLE. REMEMBER
A DMISSION 10c and 20c
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