The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 13, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 20, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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THE ARKANSAS CITY
■& g fAe"ON
ARKANSAS CITY, HAMS,
Look Who Has It
S. P. Vicars & Sons M. M. Furray
S. II. McCall V Scin J. VV. Abshier
1'. J. Mcdinley Itlackburn & Altshier
The Howling Grocery Company
Order "KANSAS DIAMOND"
And be sure of GOOD Flour.
Wholesale and Retail Phone 475
The Daily Transcript
J. J. BURKE. Editor and Owner
Entered a? second-class matter
January 17, J914, at the Postoffice at
Norman, Oklahoma, under the Act of
March 3, 1879.
Mail Subscriptions, year $2.50
Mail Subscriptions, (I months 1.26 |
Mail Subscriptions, 1 month .26
By Carrier, per annum 2.00 '
By Carrier, per week .06
Issued Daily except Thursdays and J
K. Transfer and
Keutepoliler & Van Dyke
Office: 115 South Peters (Runyan
Building). Phone 225
Residerice Phones 2(>" and 58.
Prompt attention given to all busi-
ness entrusted to them.
We are headquarters
for all kinds of granite-
ware, Queens ware and
Glassware. We also
carry a complete line of
notions Make our
store your stopping
The Broken Dollar
J. W. Rodgers
Furniture made to order or
repaired in firstclass shape, or
any other clas> of woodwork.
See us at shope on West Main.
THE IMYERSin (in ELEC-
TRIC (I p-to-Date) HOOT \M>
SHOE SHOP. (Best Leather Csed.)
Men's sewed half soles 85c
Ladies* h*lfsoles 70c
Rubber he«'ls l" c and up
The Lame Shoemaker
Eyes scientifically tested.
Glasses correctly fitted.
<. F. TEEL
Over Barbour's Store
At the Cottage Home will be 50
cents tu all except tegular weekly
Make Norman Hard to Forget
There is a higher and a better law will make you fee| better thun to
:.liun that which was written by man. - have a seared conscience in thinking
\ conscience thai tells us that which about discomfort caused to your
i.-lit is the guide to follow. 1 neighbors by your hogs and dog*.
The meanest man on Earth is the Norman will never rise to the de-
.ii l u i> governed by some written , sired heigth while carrying such a
■ . te, and that statute alone. Some weight of hogs and dogs. Throw
>l |e tn Norman disregard the rights them overboard, and let the balloon go
jit' ti r neighbor in many ways be- up.
• >e there i no written law against; Either push or pull in city build-
l. Several complaint have been I ing. The way you keep your premises
. I j ei I into our ear during the'tells which side you are on. What
t week, concerning bad odors from I you keep on your premises tells still
pen . ar.l one or two about dogs, plainer whether oi not you want to
< ■ .itching up flower beds. This act see Norman grow bigger and bettt..
1 iltt. owner or owners of both hogs, Norman is the best little home town
( •J dog.-, should be governed by the j in Oklahoma, and would be still bet-
u t;t ten law, even if not covered by I ter if a few fly specks were rubbed
lut iitr. "Do Un£o Others as You j off of the window panes.
II. ve Others Do Unto You" | THE CIVIC COMMITTEE
ii. M. Runyan wa.^ here from
.won the past week, called by the
ih of Perry Woodard. He former-
!• I here, ami was greatly pleased
the progress of our little city.
Prof. II. V. Bozell writs from
Kansas City to send his Daily Trans-
it ipt to that place, lie and Mrs,
Bo/ell and child left on Friday, June
9th, via. automobile, and had a pleas-
ant trip, although over uad roads part
of the way. They\vill leave the baby
with its grandparents, while they
pe nl some weeks in Cleveland, New
York, Washington and other Eastern
citis, expecting to be back to Norman
about August 1st. Mr. Bozell is a
delegate from Oklahoma to the
American Institute of Electric Engi-
neers' convention which meets in
-Every lady who is interested in
how to sew, how to make any style
of garment she may wish should
make our sewing school a visit. Mc-
The financial institutions of Nor-
man are taking care of the town's
bond issues. The Norman State Bank
purchased the paving bonds in Dis
trict No 20 (West Norman) paying
I he little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Chopoton was first prize
winner in a "perfect baby contest"
recently held in their home town,
Waco, Texas. Mrs. Chopoton and
child are now visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Criswell, in this city.
The little one is a beautiful child, and
we can well imagine the prize was
Mrs. II. G. Goodrich was a visi-
tor in Oklahoma City today.
Tony Nolan visited Paoli on Sun-
Myer's Selz Royal Blue Exclusive Shoe Store, 230 E. Main
The Daily Tran
—Berry & Meyers are giving first
claBs pictures now, just as good as
those given in Oklahoma City. Their
entertainments are "worth while."
—Ladies Street or Sport Hat Free.
Ask at Rucker's.
—Dr. I). R. Boyd left this evening
for his home in New Mexico, and will
spend the summer in Alburquerque,
superintending the construction of i
new chemistry building for the Uni
versity. He is greatly pleased with
the progress of Norman. Dr. Boyd
suffered a severe accident a few
days ago, by which he received a deep
and wide gash on his head, but has
about recovered. He was in an auto-
mobile, going at a rapid rate, and in
crossing a bridge he was thrown up in
such a manner that his head came
in contact with an iron support in the
top of the car, making a severe and
—Charlie Berry is
in Pawnee, Okla.
Mrs. W. M. McLean leaves to-
morrow morning (Tuesday) to visit
her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Wallace,
at Okarche, Okla., and will probabiy
make her home there. She has re-
sided many years in Norman and
takes with her the earnest good wish-
es of many friends.
Deborah Haines arrived
from Long Beach, Cali., on Sunday.
and will visit for a few days with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haines,
leaving on Saturday for Madison,
Wis., to take advanced work in Do-
mestic Science. She holds a very ex-
cellent position in a college at Long! —The Pauls Valley Enterprise
Beach, with fine salary, and has been' "°tes that Mr. and Mrs. R. E. P,owl-
elected for the coming year. j ing are now "at home" in that city,
and receiving the congratulations of
We have had some of the most | the entire community. Mrs. Bowling
beautiful dresses ever shown in Nor- was formerly Miss Clara Merkle.
man made by girls and ladies with- —
out any experience. Don't fail to| 4^r* an(' Mrs. Smith, fomer-
visit our dressmaking rooms. McCall's Norman Telephone company,
. j arrived today 011 a short visit with
Mrs. A. R. Sollenherger, who has Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Smith. They
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. have been taking life easy since leav-
Hoi kberry and other Norman friends ing here, automobiling through Texas
I "i :t week, left for her home in Or- and Oklahoma, and look a>- if they've
la., this afternoon.
B. T. IRVING
PAINTER — PAPER HANGER
Business Phones 225 and 9
Residence Phone 300
Shop No. 113 S. Peters
Estimates Cheerfully (Jiven
It. does not cost any lady a penny
lor the instructions we give you, its
fiee to any lady interested in how to
make any garment she may wish.'
Reg 1 ter today. McCall's.
F. J. McGinley was a visitor toj
Olahoma City this afternoon.
One fact stands out. All who
take Physcultopathy get improved
health regardless of complaint.
—Tornado Insurance. 16c per $100,
or 40c for three years. Now is the
storm season. See Vincent & Weir.
—You will be needing a fountain
pen—Get it at Barbour's.
All Text Books used at Univer-
can be found at Barbour's.
— Married: Judge Linton officiated
at the wedding of Wilber Landis, 21,
and Miss Katherine Naudock, 19, at
the court house, Saturday, June 17,
1910. The contracting parties wore
front Oklahoma City.
—Judge C. A. Galbraith was here
yesterday from Oklahoma City, call-
ing on Prof, and Mrs. .J S. Buchanan.
The Transcript is pleased to hear
(a pleasure in which it will be joined
by all its readers) that Mrs. Buchanan
is much better and there is now every
indication of her complete recovery.
—Messrs. Chas. Smith and John
Wright were here from Eason, Okla.,
Sunday, visiting J. D. Young. They
feel certain there is oil or gas in pa>-
ing quantities in the well being put
down there, and they look for it to
"come in" in a few days.
—Buy your Student Supplies from
—Charlie Schirck, formerly witn
the McGinley meat market, is now in
charge of the Tubbs' market. II,
regarded as one of the best meat
cutters in the business.
—Yukon's Best Flour now $1.50 per
sack. Fleming's Grocery.
—Dr. I). R. Boyd, Tom Matthews
and H. P. Alden were guests of Ok-
lahoma City friends yesterday.
—Physcultopathy makes weak
hearts strong. Dr. Rice gives free
examinations over First National
—A short course of Physcultopathy
greatly benefited a case of Neuralgia
Rheumatism, Heart and Stomach
—Crepe Gowns (like cut) 50 cents.
Jap Silk Waists (colored or white col-
lors), $1.00 at Rucker's.
Married: In the parlors of the
Kingkade hotel in Oklahoma City,
Saturday night, June 17, 1916, Rev.
Frank Roach united Calvin J. Hob-
son and Miss Mabel A. Thacker in
marriage, and they have gone to
Drumright to reside. The bride is a
member of the Thacker family of
Lexington, and a charming girl.
Palm Beach Oxfords accent
uate light summer
New line Summer
When a feller's wife picks out his
clothes there ain't much doubt as to
who wears the lower portion of 'em
around the house.
Hank Spink says horseshoes ain't
a sign of good luck. He's been pitch-
ing 'em for nine years and ain't won
a game yet.
If a feller has got any doubts
whether his gal loves him and is
thinkin' of him seriously, they dis-
appear when she begins to criticise
hs neckties and pick ravelin's off'n
The kind of gal to marry is the
one that can look as neat at 10
o'clock in the evening. N. B.—
There isn't any.
Hank Tumms hunted for his razor
strop six weeks before he discovered
that his wife was using it for a belt.
Some women are so ingenious.
There may somewhere in deep,
dark obscurity be a self-made man
who ain't proud of the job, but if
there is, he has kept himself care-
fully concealed from the public gaze.
Some men are born foolish and
others raise pompadours.
There may be some difference be-
tween exercise and hard work, but it
never hus been discovered.
One of the mysteries of this world
is why a statesman always has
scowl when he has his
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT:
Nice rooms, and piano in the house.
509 West Symmes.
GOOD PIANO FOR SALE: At a
bargain. Apply after 6 p. m., at 412
- Miss Yetha Alden got away yes-
I terday on her visit to her brother and
sister-in-law and that new nephew,
Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Alden and son,
at Panama City, Canal Zone. She
journeys via Springfield, Mo., and
from there to New Orleans, where
she takes a ship for the Panama canal
through which she will journey its
entire length, Panama City being on
the Western coast. She will be gone
all summer probably, and it will cer-
tainly be be a great experience.
FOR SALE: Large six hole kitchen
range with water front; set bed room
furniture; Wilton rug, 10x13% feet.
These articles can be bought at very
low prices. Must sell this week.
Phone :J36 or apply at 51G University
qualified and ef-
HOUSE FOR RENT AND FUR-
NITURE FOR SALE: Six rooms and
bath. Modern bungalow, with fui-
nace heat, corner West Symmes and
Santa Fe. Well furnished through-
out with new furniture. For partic-
ulars call on premises, or phone 105
—Boys—Buy Palm Beacfi Suits,
any color for $0.45—Rucker's.
t'AKEN UP: Five calves—three red
one brown and one brindle—aged
from three to six months. Owners can
to j find them at the State Hospital Farm
photograph and recover by paying for this adver-
W ANTED—From 15 to 25 head of
j cattle to pasture. J. W. DeGOLLYER
We farmers all feel fine after the -•
nice little rain we had Tuesday night.
Married: Joe Russell, 23, and
Miss Myrtle Hancock, 17. They came
town from Oklahoma City, Saturday,
accompanied b the bride's mother,
Mrs. Lottie Hendrickson, and were
married by one of the ministers of
Let us fit your hoy
a Cool Suit for
Fine Quality Latest
R. t. BERRY
During the electric storm Sunday
morning Mr. John Pope's barn was I MRS. M. I
struck by lightning and somewhat de
molished. His stock was not arounc
Mr. and Mrs. I). T. Sabin
daughters made a business trip to
Mr. Alfred Carr of Colorado is
here visiting relatives and friends.
Lovely house party was given last
Saturday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Blanchard.
Baby Chicks for Sale: Plymouth
Rock and R. I. Reds, Seven cents each.
DRAKE, North Findley
un«' Chickens for Sale: Two dozen
young barred Plymouth Rock hens,! 18(
and Ringlet strain; also two roosters and i
t a few chicks. Apply 409 North;
ARE VOU TAKING ADVANTAGE
OF THE JUNE SALE?
Embroidered Voiles __ Lie
Imported Sheer Bastiste 12'/i
Fast Colored Lawns 9c
>een broken, i
The singing was held at Indepen- BOARD AND ROOMS: At No.
LOST: One Yellow
female, front leg hus been broken, j m yards
Will pay reward for information lead- o„i'
ing to her recovery. Address J. () ;S|)kml"J "I""1'1*
TALLEY, Route 8, Norman, Okla. | l)re: s C<"ghanis, yard 7Vi
Double Fold Percale, yard 7 /i
inch Bleached Muslin $1
Apron Check and
dence school house.
University Boulevard, Phone 530. j DON'T
Miss Esther Monica!, who taught | Excellent table |
Independence school last year, will
teach it again the coming year, which L ' '1ms to fit ivery Kodak can be
, . J lound at Barbour's.
means a good school. ^
Mr. Jasper Barto, who has been r Miss Aline Pelfrey of Shawnee is
visiting in this community, has left visiting with Norman friends.
Mrs. Jackson and children were wmr
Sunday dinner gu- I of Mr. and M' WATCH NORMAN GROW
Rath. , | c,
are attending the normal at Norman, ing these years it has been our policy
Kev. and Mrs. A. F. Bolland were secure, improve and hold as an in-
Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and. ve8t'nent as much of Norman real
m. n i \i i i estate as our means would permit
Mrs. I rank Monical, and on account Our only regret is that our means
of their car breaking down, remained would not permit us to secure more
over night. than we now hold. It has all proven
We girls of this community are f^i^!,6, f cannot buy all of the
i 1 . - . i .. investment propositions still to
wondering what is the matter with !
Merle Delong, as he does not look as
pleasant as he used to.
The Sunday School is growing larger
crowd at Sunday School next Sunday.
The Sunday School is crowing larger
and more interesting every meeting.
Wheat cutting is the main busi-
ness in the community now.
All should come to church Sunday
at Independence for Brother Reaves
will preach, and he certainly is a fine
be secured. Years of experience with
real estate in Norman enables us to
make choice selections for investment
for others, as well as for ourselves.
If any of the readers of this adver-
tisement desire to be shown where
they can safely and with profit make
investments in Norman real estate,
we would be pleased to have them
drop into our office and look over
propositions we have listed.
A. McDaniel or Jno. Allan
PHON E 2.1
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
—Dean Roy Gettinger leaves in a
few days for Berkeley, Calif., to
finish his work for a Doctor of
BETTER THAN EVER
\.MOTHER GOOD COMPANY TO TAKE ( ARE OF AN
INCREASED INSURANCE BUSINESS
THE BEST IS WHAT MY CUSTOMERS DEMAND
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