The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 29, 1916 Page: 1 of 6
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The Daily Transcript
NORMAN, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, Jl l.Y 28. 1H1K.
FOR THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR
Denver is a real Norman and Cleveland county boy, having
lived here since 1889, and in every way has "Made Good," as
everyone who knows him (and everybody knows him) fully
If you put the financial affairs of the county in his charge,
you may be and will be fully assured that he will give a faithful
account of his stewardship, and give an honest, careful and ef.
^our vote and influence will be thoroughly appreciated.
CLOUDY; LOOKS LIKE RAIN.
MISS MARIAN BROOKS.
Dr. and Mrs. Stratton D. Brooks
went to Oklahoma City this morning
and brought their daughter, Miss
Marian, home on the 9:50 train. While
very much better, and with expecta-
tion of complete recovery, she was
brought home on a cot, and it will be
some time before she will be allowed
on her feet. It will be remembered
she had an operation for appendicites
some weeks ago, and came home, but
complications set in and she had a
relapse which necessitated her return
to the hospital. The numerous friends
of the young lady and her parents
earnestly hope for her speedy re-
DEATH OF MRS. WITTE.
Mrs. Louie Witte died at her home
near the Henry Johnson place, east of
Norman, at 5 o'clock Thursday morn-
ing, July 27, 1916, of a complication
of diseases. She was aged some 30
years and leaves Mr. Witte and one
child, a son, and many warm friends
to mourn her demise, for she was a
most estimable lady. The funeral will
be held from the Baptist church on
Saturday, the body being held to await
the arrival of her mother from Iowa.
NEW FIRE AUTOMOBILE.
That red streak you noticed going
down Main street this afternoon, pre-
ceded by a honk, honk, honk, and leav-
ing nothing but a dust storm in its
rear mixed with the odor of gasoline,
was the new fire automobile. It was
in charge of the expert as chauffuer,
and it is not probable it will be so
speedy under the ehaperonage of
Chief Geo. McKinney; at least not un-
til he gets used to it. It is a power-
ful machine, capable of great speed,
and when it gets into action looks like
one of those German war automobiles
you read about.
The Transcript understands the ma-
chine is up to specifications and will
be accepted by Mayor Lindsay and
the city council. It is being limbered
up today and the demonstration will
he held Monday.
-Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Bo/.ell are
on their way home in their automobile
and expect to arrive Wednesday or
Thursday next. They have been visit-
ing in the east, and also at Kansas
City and Topeka.
—Subscribe tor The Daily Tran-
The Federal prognosticator at Ok-
lahoma City prognosticates as follows |
for the weather to 7 p. m. Saturday:
"Oklahoma City and vicinity—!
Partly cloudy and unsettled tonight1
and Saturday; not much change in |
"State forcast—Tonight and Satur-
day generally unsettled."
And the prognositication is a good
one. It is cloudy this afternoon, es-
pecially in the west and north and
looks like rain. News from the north
by phone says it is now raining in
the northern part of Oklahoma and
A rain would be a great benefit just
now, especially in the northeastern
part of the county, which did not get
much of the recent three-inch down-
GRADUATE OF THE OKLAHOMA LAW SCHOOL
WANTS TO BE YOUR NEXT
lie stands for Honesty, Efficiency and Strict I .aw Enforcement.
WILL YOIJ VOTE FOR HIM?
Miss Nell Reading, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Reading of West Main
street, Norman, and Major Ellis
Stephenson of the Oklahoma National
Guard, were married at the Baptist
church in Lawton on Saturday last.
This unites two old '89 families of
Oklahoma City, the groom being a son
of the late Geo. W. Stephenson, in
his life time one of Oklahoma City's
leading men, and Mr. Reading was
also a prominent man in the early days
of that city. Major Stephenson will
soon leave for the border, leaving his
bride in Oklahoma City, where she will
make her home with her mother-in-
By RUTH NEWELL
—Drive dull care away. Honest
folks you will even forget troubles
when you hear what the Jew Come-
dian has to say. Saturday night at the
Pennant Musical Comedy.
—The scenery for the staging of the
Pennant Musical Comedy has arrived
and is being arranged on the enlarged
stage at the Christian church operetta.
—The man who will serve you best
—Ernest B. Helms.
A STENOGRAPHER ASKING FOR STENOGRAPHIC
,i 1?13uSnS?i0n Laws> chaP- 161, Sec. 2. The court
clerk shal have power to appoint one, or more deputv
court clerks by and with the consent and approval of
unu of county commissioners; one of said deputies
shal be a competent stenographer, whose appointment
shall be first approved by the county judge, and who
shall possess the same qualifications in the art of steno-
graphy as is now required by law of such officers in the
THE ENACTMENT CREATING THIS OFFICE
SPECIFIES THAT EITHER THE ELECTED CLERK
OR HIS DEPUTY SHALL BE AN EXPERT STENO-
GRAPHER. HAVE YOU HAD ANYONE APPLY TO
YOU FOR THIS PLACE OFFERING TO MEET
YOU ARE GOING TO GIVE SOMEONE THE HEAD
OF THIS OFFICE WITH THE HEAD SALARY. WHY
NOT GIVE IT TO THE MAN THAT OFFERS THE
I AM ASKING FOR THE HEAD POSITION AND
HEAD SALARY, AND OFFER FOR YOUR INVESTI-
GATION QUALIFICATIONS THAT MEET THE
SPECIFICATIONS OF THIS ENACTMENT. DOES
THIS MEAN ANYTHING TO YOU IN THE FORM
OF INFLUENCE IN YOUR BUSINESS CONSIDER-
"HE SERVE? BEST WHO KNOWS BEST.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hardie left this
(Friday) evening for Portland, Ore-
gon, where they were called on ac-
count of the serious illness of their
Mr. Phil Kidd expects to leave soon
for Colorado, where he will join his
wife and baby, at Colorado Springs.
* ♦ *
Miss Avis Sellers returned to Nor-
man on Tuesday after a month's work
in the Edmond Normal school.
Dr. W. W. Phelan and family were
Oklahoma City visitors (today) Fri-
♦ ♦ •
Mr. Willingham of Oklahoma City,
visited Norman friends Tuesday.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr ami Mrs. Bennie Owen and chil-
dren expect to motor to Colorado in
their "Hudson" about the sixth of
Miss Irene Gillette spent the week-
end visiting her parents in Purcell,
Miss Eunice Barnard of Oilton, Ok-
lahoma, will leave Saturday for her
home after a several days' visit with
Miss Opal Crane, at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Hodges.
* * *
Mr. Ralph Shead entertained with a
morning breakfast, at the Abies Con-
fectionary Thursday, the following
guests, Miss Erma Lowther, Mi3s
Pearl Lutrell, Miss Clover Gorton
and Miss May McMillen. After
which Miss Lowther motored the party
to Moore, Okla., where they were
guests of Miss Gladys McLennon.
♦ * *
One of the most enjoyable events of
the season was the all day meeting
held by the Crocket Club at the home
of Mrs. John P. Torrey on Chautauqua
avenue. The members gathered near
the noon hour ladened with the best
the season affords. After a sumptous
dinner the club engaged in fancy work.
In the late afternoon the hostess
served ice cream, cake and ice tea, af-
ter which the guests departed highly
complimenting Mrs. Torrey's hospital-
ity. Among those present were Mrs. |
Thoburn and her visitor, Mrs. Wallace
of Oklahoma City; Mrs. Jacobson,
Mrs. Berrigan, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs.
McCall, Mrs. Eagleton, Mrs. Williams,
Mrs. Kieger, Mrs. Monnett, Mrs. Pos-
ter, Mrs. Lindsay, Mrs. Rucker, Mrs.
Castle and Mrs. Ramey.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bessent, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Newell and Mr. and Mrs.
Bennie Owen were dinner guests1
Saturday evening of Mrs. N. White j
and the Misses White.
On Sunday evening, July the 23rd, I
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Owen entertained ;
Mr. and Mrs, C. II. Bessent and daugh-!
ter, Miss Irma, and Mrs. N. White |
and Misses Nannie and Lida White, at S
their home on Elm street. It was a j,
joint birthday party, Mr. Owen's birth-
day being on the 2.'lrd and Mrs. Owen's j
on the 24th. Two birthday cakes were
brilliant with lighted candles. With
the cake delicious ice cream was
« * ♦
The second division of the girls'
Sunday school class of the Baptist
church entertained the members of
the first division of the class, on Tues-
day evening at the home of their
teacher, Miss Mary Hughes. The
nature of the entertainment was a
lawn slumber party, followed by a
sun-rise breakfast. The evening was
pleasantly spent in music and games,
after which an ice course was served.
The following young ladies attended:
Misses Doradeen Childress, Katy
Nelms, Margurite Jones, Esther Stog-
ner, Nola Stokes, Ella Polk, Olga Gar-
rison, Frances Williams, Christine
Alexander and Charlottee Gates.
Special guests were: Misses Leola Mc-
Gee and Vannah Davis, and Rev. and
Mrs. Gayer were guests at the break-
fast party on Wednesday morning.
An announcement of the approach-
ing marriage of Miss Addie Maloy to
Mr. Terence Westhaver was made on
last Monday to the members of the
j Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority here,
| of which Miss Maloy is a member.
| The wedding to take place in early
* * *
This (Friday) afternoon, Miss Nina
j Keiger is giving a miscellaneous
I shower in. Miss Maloy's honor. Sev-
''ra 1 other affairs are being planned
j for her.
—Be on Ihe winning side by voting
for Ernest B. Helms.
YOUR SUPPORT RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
Jim L. Corbett
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
SUBJECT TO ACTION OF PRIMARY AUGUST 1st
For several years I have held the position of Deputy
County Treasurer, and refer you to County Treasurer
Clement as to my efficiency and reliability, or to anyone
with whom I have-transacted business. A faithful ser-
vant I've been in the minor position, and now ask a
promotion to the higher plane.
I will appreciate your support, and do everything
possible to merit.
Jim L Corbett.
Judge B. F. Wolf
CANDIDATE FOR THE
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR
"One Good Term Deserves Another." I have en-
deavored to do good and conscientious work during my
first term, and ask you to consider by claims for re-
r.omination. I can only promise that I will give the
same earnest attention to the duties of the position in
ihe future as in the past, taking care honestly and care-
fully of the interests of the widows and orphans, and
being honest and square in my administration.
B. F. WOLF.
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