The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 183, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 10, 1917 Page: 4 of 4
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Outer walls No. I yellow
pine, tongued and groved.
Inner walls, No. 1-12 inch
California Redwood, mitered
together and cabinet con-
structed- The legs are hand-
somely turned from California
Redwood stock. The body is
non-warpable. Equipped with
two seperate glass doors, fit-
ted air tight. 12 oz. copper
tank with round corners—no
leak; no break. Safety at-
tachment on lamp burner prevents smoke and absolute pro-
tection ugai.'i ! fire. I Jot water heating system produces the
most natu M h<; ..iiplit il to an incubator. Prices:
Capacity 812 Hen Eggs $21.50
Capacity 21(1 Hen Eggs $18.50
Capacity 175 Hen Eggs $10.50
Capacity 12(1 Hen Eggs $12.S0
Capacity 60 Hen Eggs $8.50
Joseph ]\felson P°J„7
Hardware * * Furniture Oils
STILL ON DECK
With Host of Groceries and Meats at Lowest Prices
THE MODEL GROCERY ANI) MEAT MARKET OF
U. S. Tubbs
attracts and holds patronage by giving best of goods at
lowest prices, and best of service. Prompt delivery.
SPEClAimESTHlS WEEK: Canned goods of all
« n!t th BC5iptl01Su ,?a" phone 31 an(l him
about them. Reduces the H. C. of L to the lowest notch.
ANOTHER SPECIALITY: Cook*! meats, ready to
M rve—ami the very best cuts of meaf (as well as the
cheaper cuts) at lowest prices.
I I Rb ( AMIORNIA HONEY, 15 CENTS PbR CONK •
T uIf yo" are !'ot already a patron of this store, try us
Phone 31 and you will find
u. S. Tubbs
"a nice man to do 1ujsiness with"
Against Theft and Fire
FORD and other models
Rates: $1.75-$2.75 per $100
Vincent & Weir,Phne 50
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THE DA1LV TRANSCRIPT1 PECULIA« accident.
J. J. BURK'K, Editor and Publisher
Issued Daily Except Thursdays and
Entered as lecond-clftftf matter
January 17, 11>14, at the 1 ^office at
Norman, Oklahoma, und the Act of
Ma rcli 3, 1879.
type Way is
the Way that
Our Subscription Rates
Mail Subscriptions, year --$2.50
Mai Subscriptions, i; mo. 1.25
Muil Subscriptions, 1 mo.- .26
By Carrier, per annum 2.00
By Carrier, per week ,or>
An explosion that completely de-
stroyed the kitchen ran^e and did
property damage of about .$175 at
, ' jj®me Mrs. Catherine Bake!
i last thursday morning was remark-
able in the fact that no one was in-
jured thereby. The raniie had a
water back connection with a hot
water reservoir. The water was cut
o« Wednesday night on account ol
ho extreme cold. It is supposed that
I fie cook built a hot fire which was
allowed to burn sometime before she
> nought to turn on the water. The
•love was so hot when the water was
turned in that an explosion followed.
Mie range? was completely demol-
1 led. I arts of it were blown through
an oak door and other parts through
Hie walls. Two legs of a chair were
cut completely off by a piece of the
Mrs. Baker was not at home and
lie cook had just stepped out of th
kitchen, SO no one was hurt.—Paul
" n I allies Jilt
return same and oblige. Geo
| SA\ NEIGHBOR, It will pay you to
| _ read the announcement of the M.
| K. Church, South. Look it up.
! t KAB t.KASS HAY: Two hundred
bales for sale by Dr. G. M. Clifton.
1 hone 400 for particulars.
bright, al- j
per bale, i
DON'T MISS SEEING
"THE MARRIAGE OF
BORROWED: A saw, square, level, v ;,c TODAY i* me s
also a jack screw. Parties please ♦ J | Hospital
O ^£ + ^+ ***^44444 Withii
| " Investigate Norman" ha* ever
j been the request of the Tian script to
I those v.ho are seokin,. a home in a
beautiful and desirable little city, or
a place for business, or a city for in-
vestments, or a desirable location in
any and every way. "Don't take our
word for ,t, but- investigate for vour
selves. ( ome and ,ee. has been the
I And many, very many,* have come
.and saw and been conquered and or"
, now desirable citizens with us And
more are coming and looking an,j be-
ing convinced every day.
This matter of investigating has
brought two of the greatest corpora-
tions of the country to our Univer-
sity City corporations that are not
I investing in "dead" ones, hut JookinL'1
out for cities and towns of brightest
future and promise. The very fact
| that the Pioneer Telephone company,
and the H. M. Byllesby company
came and investigated, and have in-
vested hundreds of thousands of dol-
lars in our city is proof sufficient that
■Norman certainly has something pood
to offer; something good not only
now. but more especially in the fu-
ture. The very fact that these two
great wealthy corporations have
recognized Norman as a "comer" is a
feather in her cap, the value of which
cannot be estimated -for if tlx - ■
people sec the great promise in Nor-
man, we small fry cannot help but
recognize it in a greater or less de-
Nonnari is to lie a fine little city
ot 15,000 population. That is just as
certain as that the sun rises and sets.
Every month of every vear is to
see her population increasing. There
is no drawback to her ping, ,.; There
is nothing that can cause a rc'.-ip-c
m her .substantial and satisfactory
progress for she is:
The best little city in Oklahoma.
The seat of the great University.
The seat of the splendid State
First Nat'l Hank Bldp.
9; Res., -188.
L. C. GILES INVESTMENT CO
WHOLESALE FARM LANDS. INDIAN LANDS A
Money to loan on improved farms. District Mana-
ttfi and Inspector ior Alliance Trust Company, Dundee,
Scotland; Investors Company, Edinburg, Scotland, and
It. E. Holm. & Sous, Wins ted, Conn.
in 18 miles of Oklahoma City.
Great Xante Fe System:
Best of public schools.
bhju Splendid high school
they will not'be "discharged'until"he -M"st durable m< i il and religious
danger of war with Germany blows I e™ronment.
over, and no more resignations of of-1 ,ne*haustil
fleers will be accepted.
,,, , A number of companies of the
Oklahoma National Guard are now-
stationed at Fort Sill, but it is said
ozark trail meeting
At Ihe < ourt House in Norman on
Tuesday Night, Feby 13—Col
Harvey to lie Here.
Col. "Coin" Harvey, Ozark Trail
promoter and good, road enthusiast,
will be here on Tuesday night, Feby
loth, and meet the people of Norman
and Cleveland county at the court
house at, 8 o'clock. The possibility
ol sw inging ,the Trail east? and west
through Cleveland county is very
promising, but it depends largely
upon your presence at this meeting'
ai.d the interest manifested.
Col. Harvey says: "The interest!
shown by the farmers as well as the
business men along this proposed
route will have much to do with es-
tablishing this road."
He is making this visit to see if
you are interested.
Let us show him by being present
at this meeting.
Norman Chamber of Commerce.
HAY FOR SALE: Good,
falfa hay for sale. 50c
PRIVATE MEAT MARKET. Tele-
phone 672, and we will deliver
meats in all parts of the city. Get
our prices before you purchase else-
where. Houch Bros. tup!
FURNITURE I'OIt SALE: Upstairs
at 105 East Main, over Mount's
Kacket store. Excellent furniture,1
and must be disposed of immediate-!
ly, therefore, very low figures. H. W.
enue. | t-x > r .
-r Day for the
MORRIS VS. WISE.
MIrf. Tr""srriP« lenrns that Glenn
Morris will be a candidate at th"
coming primary for the Democratic
nomination for City Clerk. Mis-
Martha Wise will also probably h, a
candidate for the ame position t'
Cigarette Smoking Students
A bill making cigarette smoking
by a student of any state institution
ground for expulsion has been report-
ed favorably in the Oklahom i Senate
and will probably j. Senator Wal-
ter terguson i apposed to be the
1 ~*!ps- J', T- H'ghley and daughter,
IISS rumple, came down from the
" '-V '"st evening; Mrs. Highley to
' sit her sister, Mrs. J. .1 Burke
and Miss Temple to be a week-end'
: llurke rousin. Miss Agatha
—Mr. E. G. Sehulze writes the
I ranscript that he expects to be
home from Little Rock about Febv
—Beautiful spring millinery models
and shapes, latest and most artistic.
Ladies should see them at Mrs. Liz-
it'e Smith's 110 South Peters avenue
FURNITURE FOR SALE: Bedstead!
kitchen cabinet, dining room table All A
and chairs to match, oil stove and I -cAH-WVer AprOnS,
oven, good refrigerator and other
articles. Phone Bud Gibbs, 38, from I ^J-OUSe lJreSSeS, Ppttl-
" to 7 p. m. otn i . _
coats, in fact about a
nexhaustible supply of pure water.
Miles of paved streets and cement
j Automobile fire department.
I Most excellent sanitary sewed svs-
j Beautiful homes and public build-
' Over million dollars invested bv
I Tree-full and park-full city.
I Free from undesirable characters.
Splendid church buildings of all
Young peoples' societies of all
I All secret societies with very large
j And many other advantages- too
numerous to mention. Come and see.
I Investigate for yourselves.
-Several theatre parties from
Norman are attending "The Eternal
Magdalene' matinee at the Overhol-
ser this afternoon. The house for
ne matinee was completely sold out
yesterday, and no seats could be se-
cured tins morning.
—Many of the world's greatest
meatea 1 authorities say that massage,
exercise, diet and water are the best
modern treatment for disease. Dr.
U;ce uses these modern methods .Of-
fice over First National bank.
—New Spring Millionery. Mrs. Liz
>-.ie Smith, First National bank bldg"
New Meal Market
M. E. FOI.LMAR, Prop.
AT McKINNEY'S GROCERY
No. 303 East Main
All kinds of meat on hand at
most reasonable prices, and your
P«tnm«g, solicited. 'Prompt free
delivery. Give me a triaf and I
*PK.",r;,7 —•* •""< iu
R S. DAVIS
Don't make arrangements
tor your auctioneer until you
have got his rates and dates.
Him at his Barber
I>R. MARY JOHNSON
| - Osteopath.
; from Oklahoma City. Can lop con-
] suited at the Cottage Home ever,-
Thursday or ot other times bv
All the Latest War
at the ORI'HEUM*
♦ ♦ ♦♦
i. W. Linton
REAL ESTATE DEALER
Buys and sells real estate.
Twelve to fifteen houses and
fifty to 100 lots always on hand
to select from.
Pay cash, pay by monthly or
in.il.e annual payments—I don't
No commission: No expense. See
J. W. LINTON, Owner.
Upstairs, over postoffice.
FINE BUILDING SPOT: The Board I ,
rustees ot the Southern Methodist dn7Pn
church are offering1 those four fine
lots, corner S. Peters and Eufaula at
a rare bargain for quick sale. John
are pronounced by
aianv to be as funny as
t harlie Chaplin Comedies
See For Yourself at the
China Closets, Cabinets, Porch Swings made and
l inished to your order.
J. ROSS BRIDGEWATER
New and Used
Fl RNITURt; and STOVES :-: PIANOS and SEWING MACHINES
New go-.,, exchanged for old. Furniture and sewing machine, re-
210 West Main 8t
NORMAN HOME FOR SALE: Al-
most new, cement bungalow, con-
sisting of six rooms, bath, pantry,
large closed-in sleeping porch
screened front porch, extending on
east and north; cement basement 30
by .10 ft., stationery tubs and laun-
dry stove in basement, furnace heat
housefaces east with three bedrooms
► °.n so"th, closets in every bed room:
► a so bed clothes closet in hall and lirf!
( en closet in bathroom. Clothes shute
> j"'om bath room to basement. Size of
> .ot 75 by 140 ft. Fruit trees and
, | "wers. Also dewberry vines. Within
i ivt blocks of university campus. This
is a strictly modern and up-to-date
11 home, built with an eye to comfort
., and convenience. Price reasonable.
. tall ^.i9 or write Lock Box 28G for
. GIRL V ANTED: An experienced girl
or woman can find a good position I
- !r, housework at A. W. Toberman's,
t j| 1Tni. Boulevard, or phone .'132.
BOYD STREET PROPERTY FOR
SALE: A big bargain; really a
sacrifice. See Mrs. L. E Ciirtis-
Shull, at 115 West Boyd/
JERSEY COW FOR SALE: Fresh
Inquire at C. W. Eichhorn or phone
LOST: One black auto gauntlet
glove finder please leave at
I ranscript office, or notify C I'
\ NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE:
Drop leaf, all complete, with full
sot of attachments. Absolutely new;
has never been taken from 'case in
which it was shipped from factory.
1 interested, call at Transcript. Will
1 e sold very reasonable.
in T 3- -Th,e mos^ inter. :u:d most
, . ±-'a w^ely read part of the Transcript j.
dies wearing apparel , j it yourself^ so you' may th"1' ^
any one of them \TZ ^tUpe^ieT.t
1 to sell or what they want to buy. or
rent or anything along that "line. I
Terms are very reasonable. Try a I
j classified liner. The average price is
only 25 cents for three insertions,
and a "liner" might make you many
Rev. Robert D. Fool
Methodist Episcopal Minister
' aM on me for anything where
the presence of a minister is le-
sired. Special interest in all
non-church-going peopK Resi-
dence, 209, W. Eufaula St. Phone
Dr. H. G. Goodrich
-The Housewifes League will
meet on Monday, Febv 12th at 3 P
thl> fi*y ball. Mr. Adams will
-Peak on the "Marketing of Perish-
able Products." All ladies, whether
. member of this league or not, arc
urgently invited to attend.
♦ ♦ ♦ «
COMING—Watch For h-
Denver Runyan J. R. Stogner
Runyan a Stogner
LOANS AND INSURANCE
Office: In Cleveland Co. Enter-
All business intrusted to
will be carefully and con
K. Fransfer and
Reutepohler & VanlJyke
t'ffice: 115 South Peters (Runyan
Building). Phone 225
I Residence Phones 263 and 68.
Prompt attention given to all busi-
ness entrusted to them.
If you want to build a house,
why don't you call phone 277, or
come and see me at 004 S. Craw-
ford, and if you haven't got the
money, say so; think I can ar-
range it for you.
Also have some close in acreage,
good stuff and on E Z payments.
Rodger's Wood Yard
North of transcript Office
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
215 West Main Phone 622
i'ay best prices for second-hand
goods of every description.
Sell new and second-hand goods
at most reasonable prices.
Repairing of furniture a special-
Grates and other repairs on
A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL.
Heating, Cooking and Fur-
Mostly Blackjack, and cut
to any length desired.
Phone 364 PROMPT Delivery
J'-yes scientifically tested,
Cilasst correctly fitted.
C. F. TEEt
.Over Barbour's Store
are pronounced by
many to be as ^niny as
Charlie Chaplin Comedies
See For Yourself at the
Sc<?*ie from t6e first episode*
"last cf ifwp Fighting
Featuring Miss Vernon Castl
■j MONEY AND PROPER!!
HAVE BOTH TO DISPOSE OF
$3,000.00 Pl^t e on t ollege for $2,750.00. Terms.
$1,000.00 Place on Webster for $3,300.00. Terms.
1 tivate Money to Loan on City Property.
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Burke, J. J. The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 183, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 10, 1917, newspaper, February 10, 1917; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc113402/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.