The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 234, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 2, 1916 Page: 4 of 4

Entered as second -class matter
January 17, 1914, at the Poatoffice at
Norman, Oklahoma, under the Act of
March 3, 1879.
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Issued Daily except Thursdays and
Sundays.
By HOPE AINSLIE.
Via. J ^
Make Alofman Hard to For£et
THE ( EMETKin ROAD
It's Just this way, Uncle Ted.
There s a girl up home, Betty Rob-
Coming
and we sei
■vents
bef on
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way beautiful by some labor of love
I l>e towed.
a t their shadow. | The ground must be cultivated all,
-f uou,B ""W nuo ' |* >• 'he shadow Of thi- summer, and made ready for
arts, and we used to be rather sweet the growing tree, as they shall ap- planting in the fall. Several hundred
ou each other. We both went to the I"'111 growing along the way, the way I tree-, and every tree a perfect one
same church and the academy, and 1 if11"1 ls '.'inging nearer every day the must be secured, holes dug, and then
suppose 1 did write letters to her, and i ' lest Vf P' ee of all.
so on when l was seventeen or . ' esterday ami tomorrow, the ties
around there. Mother likes her and " ™,a" 1 "K'ether are growing
Plies always said I d marry Hetty i i """TP rht' newmade graves bring
i ■ . "-to us a lesson and reminder that there
Last year I went after that concession is no other way.
and met Mrs. Leonard. She loaned wi)| you kjnd| |e|| us h(jw
collection of Chinese porcelains nee vou W1|| ^jVe to hell, the C ivic
to the exhibit and 1 give you my word, | Committee to carry out this plan '.'
--- - " nulla UUR, UIIU IIICII
fenced in and kept free from weeds.
"Then watch them trees," will be the
motto of all.
Tell us what share you will take in
building this monument in memory of
our loved ones who sleep the sleep out
yonder.
ONCE USED NOTHING ELSE
SATISFIES
POSTPONED
Manager Franklin announces the]
postponement of the opening of "That I
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Uncle Ted, from the instant we looked
at each other 1 didn't give a rap
whether 1 ever saw Hetty or any oth-
er woman as long as 1 lived.''
"Good looker. Jack?"
"She's Just divine." Jack spoke for-
| vently, reverently. "Shea been a wid-
ow for four years; married at nineteen
to a brute—"
"All good-looking widows' husbands
were brutes," murmured the major.
1 "Go on."
That's all. I told her I loved her
and she was giving me at least a
chance until mother came out to Kris
co and queered the whole thing She
met Mrs Leonard at Aunt Anna h. and
i told her 1 was an impressionable boy.
a perfect slave to sympathy and all
that rot, always used to being petted,
etc. Finally showed her Hetty's pic-
ture as the little girl sweetheart back
East waiting for me to get through
my travels. You know the way she
can put a thing over with that tone
of her voice and her eyes. Well, I
didn't have a chance after she hud
left. Dolores left for Santa Marbura
the next day."
Humph," mused the major. "Now
We cannot do this work alone.
I Money and labor will he needed, and
[then years of watchful waiting will
be required before we see it, this way
of sorrow made beautiful.
The Civic Committee knows no
such word as fail, and when this work
is done we want every citizen of Nor-
man to have an interest in making- the
SU fc,LT'y|,th7ide of I ''rank! in Show," until tomorrow
1,1'ing time bHnL hi,t it .Kr,"kK (Tuesday) ight, on account of non-
|tfLnf d f. how stuff in
KOIJTB ONE ITEMS
of n, ,« .. ....i i;r j • r UTU "euvery ot car load of sh-.. .....
: gatherth«. «•,' M rem""Je'' w*al timLe *et ready tonight. Tomorrow
We make thi over yonder I night the plav will be "The Belle of I
to eve^ eftilen n? Mpert 5PPMl|Richmond' tht' I'I«V advertised for
lo <-vcij Citizen ol Norman and sur-1 Monday night
rounding country. All who think of! __
whVeOawetHhh^llHl|,Smt °t0Ur temetery '-Mi*. Ina Harvey will be connect-
nio'i level, ifye an!! bye P°" " C°m" a<1 T ^Crescent Grocery company
THE CIVIC'COMMITTPP ?? West Mam street, in Oklahoma
tIVK COMMITTEE, i Citv—one of the big stores of that
and we are certain will prove
City-
town,
'ROOSEVELT TALKS IN CHICAGO I most efficient and a valuable employe.
Voices Sentiments of All True Ameri-j „—w- Smithpeter, writing from |
cans—Our Duly as a Nation , Orove, Okla., desires to be remember-1
n- . f . iti . , to all old friends here. He form
we may uv bILT 7h' ,whateVer er'y 0Wned the sto,e at ''^ver, and is'
oninion <r ? j whatever our now prospering in the real estate busi-
(.01- Theodore Roosevelt! ness in Delaware county.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lawrence and ft r if . he 18 r'Kht in hisi
Master Pleasant, Mrs. Leach and son, 'Al,l«r"'« should be and, —J. W. Rodgers has a complete
Garfield, were afternoon visitors at Americans should act in this w— '' '
How I Gained Health
I became interested in Physcultopathy because I was sick.
At first I made many mistakes, but, after I found the right
way, it was not long until I had gained health. I then made a
special study of its methods so that I could apply them to others.
I have found in practically every instance that these same meth-
ods which gave me health would give others health if they fol-
lowed them for a time.
Dr. Earl C. Rice
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
/I
Miss Josephine Smith spent Thurs-
day afternoon and Friday with home
folks near Denver.
Miss Frances Miller entertained the
young ladies of the Christian church
ut her home Sunday afternoon.
LARA BEE'S BEST
Mrt
weeks.
j . ^ • M ■ ' """ H VUIII|JIIUI
vood-working shop in the R. L. Pier
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ram- TI"*' , hls, speech in Chi-j son building on West Main,'with up
Sunday. This is the first time'u '?" ™turd«y night, for instance, todate lathes, sawing machines, etc
Lawrence has been out fori ?* Americansm, the real all run by gasoline engine. It is worth
We sincerely hope her health thjt we al1 believe in, your while to drop in and see it, and
win continue to improve. , .,?! ows: , get a line on his fine work.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Newman are re-1 APnJ, 29.—American-
juicing over the arrival of a little acTeM^'the'hMl 'tL"aVonal' char"I —Harry Lindsay returned from Ok-
la ugh ter at their home Wednesday veltdeelaroH^nt ' j 16 ose;lahoma City at noon toda>'> having
'""i ' "• II declared in a preparedness appeal secured his release as juror in th
nurnt to ihc ininnio litnrifw m Federal court rnL .. .
morning, April 10th. > i, : *" ~ r-^-vunvo.-.
Mr und \i,c c p n i ... . , tonight to the people living in
An. and Mis. ( K. Dye and little, the territory "between the Alleirhenies
J. ...... ••••II, of Washington, and Miss Lillie and the Rockies." The former Presi-
she comes here. Did she know you Dyt, ol Norman, were Sunday dinner dent, speaking before the Illinois Bar
were with me at the Springs" I ^ests ol Mr an,I Mrs C. B. Dye., \ sociation, discussed "Na S Duty
Misses Anna Lemon and Mildred (5a- and International Ideals?"Xing to
hall, and Mr. Samuel Oliver were af- conditions in Mexico and in Fu one
ternoon callers at the Dye home. and urging industrial and social as
Mr._a*Ki Mrs. (,eo. Cahall, Mr. and ue" a-s military preparedness.
a ^ iiTMi W,,,,and son Mr. and Mrs. "1 ask you of the West," he said
A. h Will, and daughter Grace, Mr. "'o take the lead in the effort for a
Marry Woods and Mr. Richard Dye!l 0',ust and virile nationalism, fit and
were afternoon visitprs at the Oliver ready to cope with all possible dan-
home Sunday. j gers at home and abroad ... I ask
Mr. Raymond Hodges, of Oklahoma lurL",lilit;"'y PreP redness as an arm
City, spent the Easter holidays at the help the soul of the Nation. I ask
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. to.r to 'lu'cken the national con-
r. Hodges. He is employed in a bank seIence' '"-"'P the national discipline,
in Oklahoma City. [. • . I ask you to prepare so that
Miss Gertrude Binford of Oklahoma r n',1y secur® P®ace for ourselves and
City, spent the Easter holidays at the' "theis; not the peace of cowardice
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R i "°r t,U*pc'aVe of se^ shness, but the
B. Binford. Miss Thelma Binford is 'K?fCe ° n5h,teousness and of justice,
home from Oklahoma City for a two! Pl'ace o/ brave men pledged to the
weeks' visit. se,;Vl'e of this mighty democratic Re-
of the school Friday. , PI0<?u<;e merely the self-seeking,
Mr -ind Mrs p p ,, i ease-loving, duty-shirking man,
tained . i!!i w Hardman enter" i whether he be a mere materialist or a
at an fr r OI'?la,i y0UnS people sl ly sentimentalist; if we pro-
Mr 'ind Mro c* DUniay; t!uc® 0"'y the Americanism of th
You see
Stars in
METRO
PICTURES
Your
theatre
should
show them.
"No, sir. We haven't written.'
"Well, I don't blame you, mind,
Jackie. She's a wonderfully attractive
woman. And you're twenty-six, you
know, old enough to toddle without
the maternal apron strings. I should
say, Lucia is a fine woman, good sis-
ter to me, bar still—what's this Betty
like?"
"Oh, she's all right," said Jack
vaguely.
'There goes the widow," said the
major, suddenly leaning forward.
"Gad, she can ride!"
Jack vaulted the veranda rail and
made for the mounting stone to meet
the chestnut mare as she galloped up
the shore road. His voice was a bit
husky when he spoke to Mrs. leonard,
slim and erect in her black habit, her
hair wind-blown around her face, her
eyes dark and evasive as he leaned
toward her.
"Don't go in yet." he begged as the
boy took the bridle. "1 must speak
to you. You've avoided me ever since
you found I was here. Dolores—"
"Hush, Jack. Someone will hear
you, you foolish boy—"
"Don't call me a boy." he swung
back miserably. *Tm not. Come
along the pine road just a little way
You wouldn't speak to me hardly at
lunch. I know you were sorry even
to see me here—"
"Oh, no, I was not. It was a pleas-
ant surprise, really it was, Jack.'
The rest of the Nor-
manites—0. J. Martin, R. V. Down-
ing, E. A. Foster and Charlie Rich-
ards probably j ot stuck.
-Dr.
LARABEE'S BEST
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE
CLASSIFIED
LINERS
GOOD BREAD EVEKY DAY
Announcements
FOR COUNTY JUDGE i •><-■ ><iu
I am a candidate for renomination Parlor
for the office of County Judge, sub-'
Ject to the decision of the Democratic
voters at the primary in August, 1916 1
B. F. WOLF. I
FOR STATE SENATOR
I jun a candidate for the nomination
for State Senator of this district I
(Cleveland, McClain and Garvin coun-
ties) subject to the decision of the
Democratic voters at the August.
1916, primaries. JEP KNIGHT,
wynnewood, Okla., March 7, 1916.,
BOOK EXCHANGE
W e exchange 10c paper novels
at our hook department on the
following basis.
You return the book in good
condition after reading it, and by
paying five cents can take a new
book.
Carter's Nickel Store
\
Katherine Harris makes Nor-
man on Tuesdays and Fridays. Can
j he found at Mrs. Westervelt's B
Phone 597.
Beauty
Prices Reasonable
"SAFETY AND SPEED"
Falkenstine's Livery
Service
Calls Answered Promptly
BAGGAGE AND TRANSFER
Phone 254
JITNEY
We Meet All Trains and
Interurbans
Garage and Office: 210 W. Main
Norman, Okla.
FOR TRADE: Oklahoma City resi-
dent property for Norman resident
property. Write C. I). Ewing, Okla-
homa City, R. 11. 3t
J1';, wld P- Hodges enter-j grafter and the moVljx'oddi'e and the
tained Mr. and Mrs. John Hodges and safety-first, get-rich-quick peace-at
am.ly of Norman and Mr. Raymond 1 any-p,ice man, we will have produced H0USE POR RF\'T F'
an faithful onlv tn I HtlUhfc MIR KEN I : I- ive rooms and
bath. No. 221 West Symmes. See
Benjamin, Mr. and Mrs.'Wm
"A pleasant surprise. It made me j mother' \<!r ri!f?nCey I{!?iCk« aiK'
perfectly mad to see you again-" « ,Black a,ld
"The train service to Santa Bar-I school'at Independence in'tht aft//'
bara ts qutte regular," she said de ! noon, where Mr. Black cave a shnrt
murely. jtalk.
"You wouldn't have seei me. You j ^r* Raymond Hodges on his visit
left without a word. You believed ev 1JM'10 fl'0,.n Oklahoma City announced
ery last thing mother told you about I ,./f,.mal,7laK.? to ? >'0llnK lady of that
me and Betty." r . forgot to tell the young
"Did i?" i !a(lle.'s name but we trust Mr. Hodges
"You cared, didn't you? Even though 1ll?,r,JpetePt helP"
you went away Never mind Betty. I
haven't thought of anyone in the
dim,?r'Vundavif° Oklahoma Anierican"'fiitWuTonl7to thelpirit
V „ i? y* ^ kT ()f the lories of 17715 and the Conner-
A number of Norman children heads of 18(11, and fit onlv to vanish
gi eatly enjoyed an Easter frolic at the from the earth."
dence SundYv* M°0"' "ear IndePen' Colonel Roosevelt said he did not
\li- m'ii i w f■* i>- agree with those "prophets of gloom
n,. u 'j ^rs'k''"- H'PrtTBrs and fam-l who have said that the West nros-
5U„e,StK S^nday' J?ev. | lirtous and indifferent, secure 'in her
S. R.^Hadsell, 204 South Santa Fe.
COMB LOST: A ladies tortoise shell
back comb, plain, on Saturday.
Please return to Transcript office, fit
and Mr:
Clifton
world but you for the last six months.
Uncle Ted took me under his wing and
brought me South because 1 wasn't
fit for anything else."
She smiled, leaning forward as he
crushed her hands in his, and quoted
• softly under her breath—
I ' I,ad "o* dreamt that love would stay.
: iet here he lingers many a day
"Don't go away from me again, Do-
lores. I swear I'll follow you this time
to the ends of the world—"
She laughed, her eyes brimful of
tenderness.
' Oh, Jack, Jack, why didn't you fol-
low me then if you really cared."
The major came leisurely toward
them, the late aftoruoon mail in his
hands.
"By George, Jack boy, here's news
Good afternoon. Mrs. leonard. Hetty
Roberts eloped with Hatcheller Phil
lips Saturday."
I know Betty," said Dolores gently.
"We are distant couains. but she
writes to me."
' Yes? Writes to Jack, loo, I should
say. Here's one with a return line 011
It, 'Mrs Batchftler Phillips. Wash-
ington, D. ('., Hotel Grosvenur." Break
the news to us. JacQcie.'
Jack opened the letter with a frown,
and then smiled. He handed it to Do-
lores. It was typically Betty.
mate. We wish them all happiness.
Messrs. Sam Oliver, Clarence, John
and Richard Dye and Master Bailey
Dye enjoyed a motor trip to Norman,
Sunday afternoon.
LOST: Hub cap to the fire wagon.
Finder please return to Chief Geo.
McKinney at fire house.
FOR SALE: An excellent, uptodate
paper baler. Call at Transcript of-
fice. Good chance for boys to make
spending money.
UMBRELLA LOST: On Thursday, a
black taffeta silk umbrella with
long square black handle. Finder
please leave at Transcript office. 3t
Nice Man to Do Busine.1'
u. s. TUBBS
31
Phon
STRAWBERRIES
Finest in Market
Fresh Tomatoes
Arkansas Black
Apples.
Oranges
Bananas
Cabbage
Greens
THE GROCER
Prompt Delivery
k\
I
G reens
Beets
Potatoes
I. nions
I Jeans
Lettuce
Rhubarb
Turnips
lancied safety because she is in the
middle of the continent, cares nothing
of the dangers that might befall the
cities on the Atlantic or the Pacific
Toast, cares nothing for what has be-
tallen the dwellers along the Mexican
boundary."
"It I did," he declared, "I should de-
spair ot' the Republic. The West is to
■' peculiar degree the democratic, the
intensely and characteristically Amer-
ican section of our land. The West
produced for the service of the whole
Nation Abraham Lincoln and Andrew
• ackson, and I know that their spirit
is still the spirit of her sons. I appeal
to the men of the West to take the
lead in the movement for the genuine
nationalization of our people."
Discussing industrial preparedness
Colonel Roosevelt said he stood
"heartily for protection." "By that I 1
mean not only protection to American i r, SUIrey f°r sale at a bargain
industries and to the material inter-1 hone 435,
ests of American workingmen, farm ... . vr„nil
and business men," he explained, "ANTED:
J. J. WARD FOR COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
I will be a candidate at tho primary i
in August, 1916, for renomination for
county commissioner from the First
(northern) district, subject to the de-1
cision of the Republican voters of that I
d,Stnct' J- •'• WARD. *♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦„.
EdKSf I"0W SHER,FF ♦ T aPhR0Ff E. L. HOWARD :
You are authorized to announce me ♦ ~ Pi=n« UnH n"d Dealer in *
as a candidate for Sheriff of I NoShe I
— —unci ui. v^ieve- ▼ No. 41'5
land county, subject to the decision of ♦ Phone 414
democratic voters at the August ♦ A
1916, primary. J. B. WHEELIS. «♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦««««*
Norman, Okla.
18 FORD OWNERS-
interested in a proven
substantial FORD STARTER
' '' $7.50, write Box 353, Gainesville, Texas
STRAYED: One mouse colored mare
mule, about 14 hands high, 2 years
old; strayed from 7 miles east and 1
mile south of Noble, on Sunday, April
23. Anyone knowing of her where-
about please notify Lewis Douseit,
Noble, Okla., Route 2. 32-10t*
INSURANCE
FIRE AND TORNADO
IN COMPANIES THAT I'AY THE LOSSES IN FULL WHEN
YOU ARE ENTITLED TO FULL PAY
VINCENT 8c WEIR
PHONE 50
1 FOR SALE: Fine rubber-tired Velie
3t
;,•. y — ."-oo mcii, He explained, " — —Stock to pasture.
'I also mean, and with even greater! Krass, shade and water. % ,um;i
pmnh"t protection for the whole i ®as£ a.n„d J n.0,;'h of Johnson's corner
Good
miles
Six cans of milk for 25c.
I wo large cans Pineapple for 25c.
I' ive gallons best Gasoline for $1.25.
Regular 35c can Quail brand As-
paragus Tips for 25c.
Quart of large Queen Olives 25c.
Full line of Pratt's Chicken Reme-
dies and Foods.
mphasis. protection for the whole i <r^lal' allu 6 non
American Nation, protection for '''• K- McDaniel. at
American honor, protection for Arner- ... . —
iea > sell-respect, protection for Amer- " or *' room house, with-
tea s position among the nations, pro-1 ou* ^u' lots. Box 268, city.
t' i tion t<>r her when she strives as v<n> ^ " ; : —;
he ought to strive, to bring peace to SALE at a bargain. Modern 8-
the rest of the world. And tl.ere can i, i'T"1 l?ous.e', flose $1000.00 less
lean be no such protection ithan C08t Address B Transcript. 3t
!'olTan<findustHal"rati0n~miUtary' ''"ST: ,32x4 ™n.r tube and rim,
Colonel f. . i , Saturday. Return to John G. Lind-'
'lie I k pointed to what say and get $2.50 reward.
I ni iiniaieil to tie the Nation s future -
to prepare since the European wari RHODE ISLAND REDS: Baby
! 'egan, declaring that the House of chicks for sale. Mrs. M. L. Drake
^representatives "has taken what North Findley Ave.
| measures it could to interfere with the
organizations on which we should
have to rely in any belated and hur
AT THE SAME BUSINESS
MAKING BONDS FOR THE AMERICAN SURETY
CO. LARGEST ON EARTH.
A. McDaniel, Agent.
PHONE 23
1
3t
FOR SALE: Lots 29-30, block 33 in
Norman, close in and a convenient
nave to rely in any belated and hur- A>0,nia'1 close in and a convenient
i ied effort to meet our needs should ^aTlce *r?m the high school, sewer-
\ve have to act in support of our note'a^e anc^ sidewalks. Ideal residence
(the first American note to (Jermanv) |Property. Write box 363, Purcell, Ok.
and has nasseri l< iri<l.if mrm ■. ■
Dea
1
....... what evarybody'll
-.tj, adu I .ion 1 care. I've always* liked
Hatty and I'd like ti know why 1 can't
I marry him if l want to. So we're eloping
I'm just as *U-k and tired us you are of
j forever beinif hurled at your head. I've
j written Dolores -she's my cousin. I wish
you all kinds of luck. Happily,
BETTY.
Jack s shoulders unconsciously
straightened. He turned resolutely to
the major.
"Uncle, Ted, I'd like to have you
know It lirst that Dolores and I are
engaged,' he Bald. God Uless Betty." I
(Copyright. 1916, by the McClure Newspa
per Syndicate.)
nd h;. |
designed to prevent all efficiency from
the military standpoint.
'II now there is no war," Colonel
Roosevelt continued, "it will be proof
Bulk Chicken Feed—tfrit oyster iv.Tl'.'T '/ f""rtee" months aKo
Mit, ojstc u . had made it evident that we meant
blood meal, meat what we said Germany would have
. - . I
passed.'eKisjaUon excellently FOK QUICK SERVICE, good teamf
and careful drivers, see J. L. Harri-
s°>>- the Transfer Man, phone 623 or61
shell, bone meal.
scraps and anything else you want in
the Chicken Feed line.
I' resh barrel of kraut just opened.
th.
U. S. TUBBS
and
115 Kast Main Street
I'hone .'11
ndoned her submarine policy
lives of thousands of noncombat-
ants would have been saved, so that
their blood is at our doors because we
failed, when we sent that note, to
show that we meant what we said.
"If on the other hand war does come
ii will be a cruel and a dreadful thing
that, having had the amplest oppor-
tunity and time to prepare for it on
the largest scale, we drifted into it
^ternforemost, having shown ourselve
helplessly unable to provide i
smallest degree to make our
——■ strength effective."
—City loans, building and loan plan,
at reduced rates. W. W. McCulIough.
TEAM AND AUTO LIVERY
O. C. B ANKS, Proprietor
Best of service at reasonable rates either with
teams or automobile.
Phone 481 No U4 N Crawford
I.ARABEE'S BEST
the
vast
NEVER DISAPPOINTS
PLANTS, VINES, SHRUBS,
BULBS and ROSES
YOU WILL FIND A GOOD VARIETY ADAPTED TO
THIS LOCALITY AT
Levy Green House
5G7 WEST MAIN—PHONE 178

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