The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 132, Ed. 1 Monday, December 4, 1916 Page: 1 of 4
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The Daily Transcript
MEDIUM IN TOWN
NORMAN, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, l>Kt K.MBKK I. ittlti
By Kuth N«w*U
GOING AFTER OIL AND GAS.
The oil and gas companies recently
l organized in Cleveland county are
getting busy in the matter of secur-
1 ing drillers to develop their leases,
and the "field" is attracting the at-
______________ cution of numerous outside oil men.
i. i.... nuite It is said the Harry Sinclair company
W.R. Haines who has been quiU I ha„ had a eouple of scouts here the
sick for the past week, is able to be monthi and they've also been
out again. , * J here from South Dakota, and from
. m i the Tulsa neighborhood. By the first
Miss Mildred Smith of Weather- ^jarch jt j3 believed there will be
ford, Okla., spent Thursday and *'rl* half a dozen rips up, with drilling
day in Norman visiting Mr. and Mrs. progressing in different part of the
Smith and daughter, Miss Juanita. j coUnty
The Cleveland County Development
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Maguire spent . .
the Thanksgiving holidays visiting
their son, James, who is in school
in Shawnee, Okla.
Miss Nola Stokes, who is in school
in Arkansas City, spent Thanksgiving
recess visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. R. Stokes, She was accom-
panied home by Miss Julia Dennis, a
* * •
Dr. and Mrs. S. D. Brooks and fam-
ily motored to Shawnee Sunday. Miss
Helen Brooks spent the week-end at
home and returned to Shawnee to
resume her teaching.
Misses Carrie Staggs and Bragg
; spent Friday visiting in Oklahoma
Mr. Floyd A. Smythe of Sidney,
Australia, is here for a two week's
| visit with his sister, Mrs. S. R.
i Stokes and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra McCall and
[laughters, Bertha and Ruth, spent
WOMEN'S FOREIGN MISSIONS J OIL MEETING AT DENVER.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary I The Cleveland County Development aauguiere, ,
Society of the Methodist church will company will have a meeting at the Thursday visiting in Oklahoma City.
v«r„ t n Thoburn at 426 lodge room over Warrens store in ......
College avenue Tuesday, at 2:30 Denver at 7:30 p. in., Tuesday night, Professor and Mrs. W. J. Griffith
„,° 'T ®ith Mrs c. M. Keiger as Dec. 5, 1916, at which time officers i pnd Mrs. Olive Kessler spent the
•lssistini? hostess. "The General and directors will be present and meet week-end in Oklahoma City.
Executive in Miniature" will he given the people of that locality. Everybody * * *
S the afternoon's urogram: is cordially invited to turn out and Mr. I,. D. Abney was a business
Pin mi Snln Mrs. Rucker hear the proposition discussed. Visi- visitor in Oklahoma City on Friday
. i .< rt ' fnre from Nnrmnn. Noble and all of ]ast week.
Mr. and Mrs. Strosler and Mr. J. A.
Hullum and family of Oklahoma City
soent Thanksgiving Day in Norrran,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs Ben
| Williams and family.
TiVhi'lpp Hvmn - ! tors from Norman, Noble and all
Devotional Service Mrs Howard , parts of the county will be cordially
Opening Session Mrs. Poole welcomed. . ,
Anniversary Service ... Mrs. Smith It is hoped to have a rousing meet-
•lubilee Hour . Mrs. Keiger ing, as the matters t0 be discussed
Ouet Miss Foster & Mrs. Tucker j are of vital interest to the county.
Service of Commission -Mrs Brooks 1 B..„lcTl, ...
Young Peoples Hour Mrs. Forbes OKLAHOMA BAPTISTS. u r.ii ,„„t n,. Thanks-
A ?p«ion in the Foreign De- Miss Ann M-Call spent the 1 hanKs-
uartment Mrs. Decker Oklahoma City, Okla., Dec. 2— giving vacation with her parents in
Closing Session Mrs. Thoburn Baptists of Oklahoma will hold their Norman.
Soln Mrs. Steitz s eleventh annual convention in this *
a.-, ,,,,,city December 6, 7, and 8. Prepara- Or. F. A. DeMa.no of Oklahoma
Over tl.OS^.OOO.OO was raised and llt.en made for 500 minis- pity. spent Saturday in Norman visit-
expended by^ this organization ^last ^ >nd other ,.hurch workers to at- i,J Mr. W. M. N-well and family.
company directorate had a meeting
Saturday night and elected S. K. Mc-
Call as president, with W. L. Eagle-
ton us secretary. They are in negotia-
tion with the Davis Drilling company
of Ardmore to put down their well,
and it is probable that company will
get the contract. The well will be
drilled on the Braman land in section
31, near Big Jim's crossing, which has
been designated by geologists as the
most likely prospect. This location,
too, is near the center of the 3,500
leased acreage, so it gives everybody
a fair show.
The Transcript learns that a rig
is being erected some six miles north-
east of Lexington, east of the Frank
Boggs school quarter, and the promo-
ters mean to go down 3,500 feet to
make a thorough test. This is what
is known as the Jack Etheridge com-
pany, organized in and around Lex-
ington. It is also said that the Celve-
land Oil and Gas company, which
has a large body of land leased in
the southeast part of the county, will
have a rig up in a few weeks. And
then the Rucker-Pickard company
that have leases southeast of Moore
is also making arrangements to put
down a well on their prospect.
So it would seem there is to be con-
siderable activity in oil and pas cir-
cles in Cleveland county during the
coming year. The land owners along
the South Canadian should get busy,
too, for the Transcript believes there
is good prospects there if they were
IN THE ROLE OF
expended by this organization last ^^d Qther (.hurch wo,.kers to
year. We will learn something of the ^ Th(i meetinKS wiU be held in
business methods. You are invited., ^ Fi[,st Baptist church. A meeting
*- ome. ; of the Women's Missionary Union
IXT „, nv will be an auxiliary of the general
OIL ACTB ITIES IN GRADY. , convention.
Chickasha, Okla., Dec. 2.—Unusual t _jU(lt!re J. F. Sharp will probably
activity in the filing of oil and gas |1(. c),jef justice of the Oklahoma
leases in Grady county has been; sUprt,rrn
shown the last week, most of the j
Mrs Clarice Williams and little son,
Truman, of Bartlesville, Okl—,
have been visiting her sister, Miss
Stella Murphy for the past two
weeks, returned home Sunday, ac-
companied bv Mr. Williams, who
crime down 'for his Thanksgiving
LEXINGTON LOSES OUT.
Express Traffic ill Beer Did No! Ap-
peal to Corporation Commission.
be chief justice of the Oklahoma
Court after January 1st.
ieases being in the eastern and south-j Prof, and Mrs. E. L. Howard are B. F. Williams was here from Mc-
ern part of the county. Lindsay, J enjoyint; a visit from Mrs. Howard's Alester, visiting his son Arthur, and
Bradley, Bailey and Blanchard are j Mr 1. D. McGinnis, of | taking Mrs. Williams home with him.
the towns in whose vicinity most of ; BloominRton, 111. The old gentleman 1 she hail been visiting here several
the interest in oil is being shown, and jg in y,js' year. but still very hale ,iuyS. The Williams family held a re-
two big companies, the Uncle Sam and anj hPai ty. Mrs McGinnis is also ; ynion at Oklahoma City on Thanks-
the Santa Fe Oil and Gas company,; 9tju ajjvej being in her 88th year, j giving.
are sinking wells. The Santa Fe com- j (jj(j noj come to Oklahoma this j
pany unloaded equipment this week | frj,j I Social Events
for their location near Bailey. j j The ladies of the Home Economics
——- : olub entertained their husbands at a
six o'clock Thanksgiving dinner last
I Wednesday evening at the_home of
—C. H. Conwell of Manhattan,
Kas., has been visiting his sister and
family, Mrs. J. B. Thoburn.
—Get shod at McGinley's. Shoes at
old prices. We can show you.
A REAL BARGAIN IN A HOME.
For a Short Time Only. We are in
a position to offer you one of the best
bungalows in West Norman for $1,000
less than you can duplicate the prop-
erty. Rented at $30.00 per month.
Takes $1,000 cash to handle.
JOHN S. ALLAN,
Phone 23 or 410 Party R.
Violins. Hows, Strings, Etc.
and Bow Rehairing
Old Broken Violins Bought.
Room 217, 1281/2 W 2nd St.
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA.
$1 Down and $1 per We e
k UR low price on this new cabinet will sur-
' prise you. Save miles of steps, save health
and strength, save time- Come today and
let us demonstrate this wonderful kitchen helper
and tell you our low prices and easy terms.
'A. m. 3lark0Ott/urn,<ure
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ramey. The home
was very artistic in its decorations
of the season. The tables were taste-
fully designed and the hand-painted
place cards were of Thanksgiving
scenes. An elaborate five-course din-
ner was served. Mrs. Castle, in her
usual charming manner, presided as
''Toast Mistress" and in response,
very interesting and humorous talks
were given by Mr. Keiger, Mrs.
Shannon. Dr. Day, Mrs. Rucker and
Prof. Gossard. About thirty-six club
members and guests enjoyed this
Mrs. S. K. McCall will entertain the
Fortnightly Card Club with a one
o'clock luncheon, at her home, on
Tuesday, December 5th.
Mrs. L. A. Turley was at home to
the Oklahoma Dames Club on Sat-
urday afternoon. A most pleasant af-
ternoon of needle work and conver-
cation was spent, and at a late hour
a luncheon was served by the hostess
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Weir enter-
tained Prof, and Mrs. J. F. Paxton
and family at dinner on Sunday.
The Old Regime Club will meet on
Thursday afternoon of this week with
Mrs. D. W. Griffin, as hostess.
Mesdames Phelan, Childress, Wil-
liams, Brett, Jones. Hodges, Weir,
Gayer and Cralle will fro to Oklahoma
City tomorrow (Tuesday) to attend
the Baptist State Convention, there
• ♦ ♦
The Presbyterian ladies will hold
their social meeting on Tuesday,
December 20th, at the home of Mrs.
W. L. Eagleton. All the church ladies
nre invited to attend and bring their
A FORI) SOLI) FOR $75,000.
Wichita, Kan.. Dec. 2.—A month
ago Deering Marshall and Harry
Heimple traded a Ford car for an oil
lease twenty feet wide and a mile
long, near Augusta. The lease is on
the Purcell farm, which has a 400-
barrel well on it. Today the Van
Arsdale-Marshall Oil and Gas com-
pany paid Marshall and Heimple
$75,000 for the lease.
Oklahoma City. Okla., Dec. 2.—
The Corporation Commission has re-
fused t0 order Wells, Fargo & Co.
express installed at Lexington, a
town in Cleveland county that has no
railroad, but is just two miles from
son, Purcell, in old Indian Territory, that
who has a railroad. The Commercial club
of Lexington asked for the order. At
a hearing it developed that the pres-
ent express business of Lexington, as
shown in the office of the express
company at Purcell, is insufficient to
justify a pick-up and delivery service
in that town. Testimony was intro-
duced to show that if an express office
was established in Lexington the
business in beer would probably make
the office pay. The beer is now
shipped to a town some distance from
Lexington, which is in old Indian
Territory. In dismissing the com-
plaint, Commissioner Humphrey said:
"The policy of this state, as ex-,
pressed by its constitution and laws,
is against traffic in intoxicants and
we can not be justified in ordering
the establishment of an express sta-
tion to facilitate the handling of
15 - PEOPLE -15 IN THE LATEST
Comedies and Dramas
One Week, Starting TO-NIGHT, 4th
FRANING OPERA HOUSE
either with or without
a paid ticket
Now On Safe at
10c, 20c and 30c
\OSNOHfl M )\ f
WHEAT AM) COTTON DOWN
—Boys, the new Pinch Back Suits
are here - RUCKER'S. Corn
I wish to announce to my friends . Seed Cotton
and customers and to the people of, Cotton Seed
Norman and Cleveland county that I • Rebate on Cotton
have established an office and sales- Rebateon Bollies -
room in the Security State bank j
building, where I will have on display | ^
and for sale Dodge Brother Cars antf •
There was a little slump in prices
of wheat and cotton this morning;
also a couple of cents in corn. Prices"
paid today are:
78 to 80 cents
_$55.00 per ton
GOING IT TOO STRONG.
of t hi
—Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wantlq
and "Millie" visited Mr. and Mrs.
The Boards of Health in the eastern ^- Lindsay during the ThanJuglH
States are evidently "going it too hohdays Mr Wantlands footH
strong," judging tom the comments heroes of the Edmond norma ma id
made upon thatr activities by some of f""' recuid dining u m ,is ,
the big papers of New York and J?* UP™ " the "rmals of the
l oy l Pennsylvania. The following from the
$Y<U)0 t0p j Lackawanna, Pa. Journal is a sample
$:5.8f) top of the comment:
$7.25 top j
The People Are Getting Restless.
"And now they are injecting a 'se-
rum' into the spinal cord of the babes
of New York City.
"It the health authorities of this
country do not produce a nation of
physical wrecks during the next ge
, _ , ... , „ . . fine line of Boys and Misses
and for sale Dodge Brother t ars and, S|l0e3 fit McGinIey.s>
parts for same, also Hudson Super- rmma „
Sixes. I will also carry a line of auto-, r . i, , , j e ration, it will not be because they
mobile supplies and accessories and' -Lester < rittenden underwent an Uave n(,t; usecj every means within
will appreciate vour business in this operation one day last week, having ^heir power, but it will be because the ;
line. J. P. BRAWLEY. hls tonsiis and adenoids removed. He ] |(f wi|) final| ,et up in arms
lis the little son of Mr. and Mrs. W.1 r • • • « " - •• •
—A marriage license was issued on Crittenden, and is recovering
Saturday to Gerth St. Leon. 23. and nicely
uatuiua)1 lu vie i hi uu iiwii, ts-i, aim
Miss Cecil Royalty, 19, both of Ok-
A NEW FURNITURE STORE IN YOUR TOWN FOR
You should .see the excellent values I have in both new
A car load of furniture that I can save you money
Have both new and used at a low price.
Some good stitchers in used machines with the
guarantee as a new one.
COME IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
J. Ross Bridgewater
210 WEST MAIN STREET. " '
and lynch a bunch of the serumites.
"Vaccination has produced a na-1
tion-wide army of syphilitics, con- |
sumptives, nervous wrecks and mor- 1
phine dope fiends, and now the Board |
of Health has come along with an- 1
other 'serum' and is injecting it into I
the spinal cord of the innocent babe I
to make it a detriment to itself and I
society, if it should happen to live |
long enough to grow up.
"Doctors positively say that they i
I have been unable to find a germ that |
j would produce infantile paralysis, yet
they are injecting a serum into the
bodies of the babies to kill something ■
| that they know not of.
I "It is getting pretty near the tinv'
that the Medical Trust of this country |
was curbed, for if they have their 1
say much longer, you will not have to
raise your boy to be a soldier, for
| the reason that he will not live long j
enough to get acquainted with his
mother, _ i
. "The span of human life is getting j
shorter every generation and there is j
no other thing more to blame for it I
than serums that are being shoved
into the systems of the infants by
authority of the health (?) authori-
ties. The question of the hour now is,
what will the next serum be?"
—Lackawanna Daily Journal.
•e me for money on City Prop-
Bargains in City Property and Farm Lands-See Pickard Co., Real Estate and Farm Loai
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