The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 14, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 19, 1917 Page: 4 of 4
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FINE HLROC JERSEY SOW FOR
SAI.K: Bred to a $190 male from one
< f the best herds in Oklahoma. Price
$60. For particulars apply at Trans-
V\ ANTED: Experienced woman or
strong girl one day in the week at
.117 West Main for house cleaning-
Apply between 10 and 11 o'clock
Tuesday or Wednesday morning.
! —First Lieut. Campbell: Willard
I H. Campbell, a junior in the college
of art and sciences, University of
j < Iklahoma, formerly editor of the
j Oklahoma Daily, received his com-
| mission from the adjutant general of
the army last Saturday. He was com-
missioned a first lientenant in the
Washington, June 18.—An Ameri-
can air navy of thirty thousand ma-
chines is the government's areoplane
program for the first year of the
war, it was officially learned today.
How to produce this number of
F CRN ITU RE FOR SALE: Daven
port, ont matting shirtwaist box, li-
brary table. Phone 404, or call at 211
Officers Reserve Corps, Signal Corp ( aircraft when the eight small Ameri
Branch. He does not know at the I can areoplane factories were unable
present just when or where he will be | to fill hajf the jrovernment's orders
ordered to report for active duty but. ja8t year> has been worked out by the
has been ordered to enlist men for aircraft production board of the
tb ' Signal Enlisted Reserve Corps Council of National Defense and now
until he is ordered into active field '
service. Good boy, and the Transcript j
is sure he will "make good."
is told for the first time.
The United States will make three
main classes of war areoplanes.
Training planes, bombing machines
and other allied battle planes will con-
tinue to be made almost entirely by
France and Great Britain, where
this type of machine has already
j been perfected.
American motor car plants, in part,
..... , i will be utilized to make the standard-
ir a Hoosier saves for the busy house- | . . ... .
If you want to ... .... ! i7.ed engines for the thirty thousand
areoplanes the first year.
Furniture factories, typewriter
—Hoosier Cabinets: The I. M.
Jackson establishment has a display
in its window that must be not only
14-j attractive but appealing to women
who do not own one of those cele-
FOR SALE: One heifer calf; on
months old Jersey heifer; one mare
8 years old, a dandy; surry, harness, , ,
and spring wagon. See Bill Vinson, 1 b**ated Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, for |
west of City Park. ; they can easily see how many steps
HOUSE FOR RENT. „
rent a good house at a bargain, see | wife. Men who have regard for their
the owner TODAY at 214 West Linn wives, for their comfort and pleasure,
_ should investigate the Hoosier, for
PIANO FOR SALE: Good one, and they could not give a more apprecia-
' plants and other mills equipped for
• the work will manufacture the* wings
. will be sold at reasonable price and ! tive present to their women folks. i , „ ,
on terms to suit purchaser. Phone I j and other parts. Ihese arrangements,
j l,r>7. —Mrs. Henry Meier is here from j already perfected by Howard Coffin,
9! "HAR\ \H\) CLASSICS," History of Danville, Ky., visiting her daughter, chairman of the board, only await the
11 Nations, Irwin's Works and 4-section | Mrs. Roy Lewis. She came from passage by Congress of the GOO mil-
Burtlesville, where she visited her \ lion dollars' aviation appropriation
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
FOR SALE: A block of stock in the Mrs. Walter Meier. Prof. Henry
leveland County Development com-1 Meier is teacher of German in the
University at Danville, and
The factory is making now its second million
Hoosiers. Enormous output makes possible our low
prices. Make a small payment now and have the
Hoosier delivered at once, then pay the balance $1 a
week. This will avoid all waiting—so come at once.
I. M. JACKSON
Home of the Hoosier
The only store in Norman where
Hoosiers are sold.
| book case. All new. Can be seen at.
503 West Symmes, or phone 260. I
pany. What offer will you make. A.
G. C., ~ ~~~ "
Box 583, Norman, Okla.
LOST: A black patent leather pocket,
book between Reed's drugg store and
200 East Eufaula on Saturday. Finder'
return to this office and receive j
ACME OF TACT.
I FOR SALE: Six room modern bunga-
low with basement, in splendid
neighborhood, southern exposure;
(lose in; terms, 70x140, trees ar.4
I lawn. 315 East Daws.
| —Court of Inquiry: The county at-
torney and county judge had a large
! number of witnesses before it yester-
| day, investigating alleged violations
| of law in the Little Ax neighborhood.
I It is said, however, that little was
learned. It developed there were a
i number of violations, but it was dif-
} ficult to get proof of them, witnesses
; being rather afraid to give testimony
against their neighbors.
, A lady in the suburbs was consid-
erably annoyed to find her neighbor's
i fowls continually overrunning her
I garden and playing havoc with the
geraniums. "Go round to the next
door, Jane," she said to her new Eng-
lish maid, "and point out to Mrs.
| Jones that her fowls bother us a good
, deal, and if she'll kindly try to keep
them at home."
The girl returned with a satisfied
look on her face. "I don't fancy we
to be asked. Three training schools
for aviators for the new air navy are
already under construction at Dayton,
O.; Champaign, 111., and Detroit. Six
others, and more if necessary will be
Each areoplane will cost about
$18,000. They will be of the slower
type, with a speed of from seventy to
one hundred miles an hour. The battle
planes being made in France and
Great Britain are capable of speed
up to 150 miles.
The use of parts of American mo-
tor car plants in the manufacture of
areoplanes may cut down on the
production of pleasure cars, it is re-
garded as likely by officials-.
J. 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
make annual payments—I don't
No commission; No expense. See
J. W. LINTON, Owner.
Upstairs, over postoffice.
NEW AND SECONDHAND
215 West Main Phone 622
Pay 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 "Jid other repair* on
A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL.
Denver Kunyan J. R. Stogner
Runyan & Stogner
LOANS AND INSU1M Mrv
Office: In Cleveland Co. Fnt.r-
All business Intrusted to us
will be carefully and con-
—Wheat Beyond Expectations:
shall 'ave 'em around 'ere again in a | John Allan says the Allan-Jones 20
'urry, ma'am," she replied. acres of wheat mentioned yesterday
"I hope you were polite, Jane," re- averaged just nearly double what he
marked the mistress. j thought it would. He figured a week
"'Oh, yes, ma'am!" came the reply, or so ago on 150 bushels for the
'Missus respects,' I ses' 'and if your whole patch, and really got 280 bush-
New Photo Studio: J. A. Brodie ^ow^s a>n't kept at 'ome you won't be els. The quality, too, was the best he
has opened a photo studio over Reed's ^'ettin' 80 manV em of a mornin', has ever grown. The heads were al-
Drug Store. an(* we shall be eatin' poultry.'*— most as long as the straw, and filled
Christian Register. out and matured perfectly.
List your property for sale or see
me if you want to buy REAL
Fire, Tornado, Hail, Live Stock,
Automobile Bonds. Pay losset
Tribute to Samuel Civil Service Exam.
li. Donaldson -Clerk-Carrier
Anions the 01d~ Confederates of! An examination for post office
Tennessee and Oklahoma, as well as , clerks and carriers will be held at
among kindred and friends of all
ages, there is t reat sorrow over the
loss of Capt. Samuel B. Donaldson,
whose pure spirit passed from earth
to its Heavenly Home at seven
o'clock, Monday evening, May 28.
1917, in Nashville. Tern.
On Tuesday afternoon n beautiful
the postoffice in this city July 14,
Age limit, 18 to 45 years on the
date of examination.
Married women will not be ad-
mitted to the examination.
Applicants must be physically
sound, and male applicants must be
service was held by Rev. W. L. n°t less than 5 feet 4 inches in height
Wheeler at tne home of his daughter, 'n bare feet, and weigh not less than
Mrs. C. Osborn Rhea. Wednesday 125 pounds without overcoat or
morning, the remains were carried to hat.
Lynnville, Tenn., where a large as-
sembly of friends had gathered to pay
respect to one they had honored and
The last tribute was paid by his
comrades of 1802, men of the "thin
grey line," who had fought with him
for their honor and duty. A flower
covered mound, beside his wife's in
Lynnwood cemetery, marks a noble
Soldier's last resting place.
Capt. Donaldson was born in
Franklin county, Tenn., November 23,
1845. At the age of 17 he obeyed his
"country's call" and enlisted July 12,
1862, in Starns Fourth Tennessee
Cavalry and served faithfully until I
captured with his brigade in Febru- !
ary, 1865. He was imprisoned at |
Point Lookout, Md., until May, 1865. j
j Captain Donaldson was by faith a j
Presbyterian and a ruling elder in .fris
church forty-eight years. He was I
educated for a lawyer and followed
his profession until failing health j
warned him to seek outdoor life. He
was a successful fanner of "Emerald
For application blanks and for full
information relative to the examina-
tion, qualifications, duties, salar5?s,
vacations, promotions, etc., address
ROBT. L. MORTER,
Secretary Board of Civil Service
Examiners, Postoffice, Norman, Okla.
First published in Daily Transcript,
June 18, 1917.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, CLEVE-
LAND COUNTY, IN THE DIS-
TRICT COURT OF SAID
COUNTY AND STATE.
V. T. Attaway,
., plaintiff vs. Nancy
C. Attaway, defendant. No. 4858.
■ \F, fOTS FOR SALE: Two lots
" }[' ne'f street. State University
iinirn, for sale very reasonable.
- Alts. 31. O. Woods.
LOST: A gold wrist watch t Mne-
where east of Varsity Shop. Has
initials C. L. J., Tinder call phone 171.
-Borrow money of A. McDaniel.
— Special inducement on fine photos |
now at Brodie's Studio over Reed'..
0. K. Transfer and
Keutepohler & VanDyke
Office: 115 South Peters (Runyan
Building). Phone 22fi
Residence Phones 268 and 68.
Prompt attention given to all bual
neu entrusted to them.
Said defendant, Nancy C. Attaway,
will take notice that she has been
sued in the above named court for an
I absolute decree of divorce upon the
grounds of desertion and anandon-
ment and must answer the petition
filed herein by said plaintiff, on or be-
1 fore the 24th day of July, 1917, or
said petition will be taken as true and
a judgment for said plaintiff for an
Tenn. Three years after the ; absolute divorce will be rendered ac-
to our customers
Owing to prevailing high values of
commodities which we handle, requiring
additional capital to carry stocks, we find it
necessary to insist on accounts being paid
promptly when due.
All accounts are due and payable
on the 1st of each month, and if not paid by
the 10th such customers will be placed on the
C. O. I), list.
This will apply on accounts becoming
due July 1st, and deliquent July 10th, as well
as accounts that have been due for prior
Norman Milling & Grain Co.
S. G. A min ister
Massey & Sons
Honrs out of
Work by Using '
Every minute wasted on the road by slow,
inefficient hauling and delivery costs you
real money. Horses take from three to
four times as long to cover the ground as
it will take you when you install Smith
Form-a-Trucks in your service.
Three to four miles an hour is the best horses can do
with a ton load. Smith Form-a-Truck replaces the
slow, time wasting walk of horses with a speed of from ten
to fourteen miles an hour under every condition of work.
And it costs no more to buy a Smith Form - a-Truck
than it does to buy a good pair of horses equal to the
work of hauling a ton load. If your hauling or delivery
requires all-day service every working day of the year,
ou must have at least two teams for every wagon.
ITie sturdy, efficient, untiring Smith Form-a-Truck never
takes time out for rest, never has to lay off the job. It
works steadily day in and day out, always maintaining
its high speed, always moving its load quickly, easily,
and at lower cost than any other form of service you
Records of service obtained from over 18,000 Smith Form-a-Truck
users show a ton mile cost of less than 8 cents. And the first
Smith Form-a-Truck ever sold has been in service four years,
covered 20,000 miles and cost only $8 for repairs
Get a Smith Form-a-Truck, attach it to any Ford, Dodge Bros.,
Overland, Buick. Chevrolet or Maxwell chassis and end your
excessive hauling and delivery costs
Put your hauling problems up to us It doesn't cost ydu a cent
to learn just how much money we can put back into your pocket
that you are now putting into horses.
F. O. B. Chicago
STARZER MOTOR CO.
At Mclntire's Garage Phone 565 Norman, Okla.
death of his wife he bought a home
in Norman, Okla., and moved there
with his daughter, Mrs. C. C. Mc-
Clure. Here he lived a beloved and
honored citizen, until a few weeks
ago. Becoming very ill, he was told
by his physician, a trusted friend, the
seriousness of his condition. He re-
quested that he be brought to the |
home of his daughter, Mrs. C. Os-
born Rhea, in Nashville, Tenn., so
that his last days might be spent with
his children and grandchildren around
him. All that love and skill could do
was done, but of no avail. The Father
called, he was ready, he obeyed.
Capt. Donaldson's wife was Miss
Pink McClure, youngest daughter of
the late Milton McClure.
Three brothers survive Capt.
Donaldson: Robert and Andrew
Donaldson of Belvidere, and Capt.
William E. Donaldson of Chat-
j tanooga, Tenn. He leaves three de-
| voted children, Mrs. C. C. McClure of
! Norman, Okla., Mrs. C. Osborn Rhea
i of Nashville, Tenn., and Samuel M.
i Donaldson of New Mexico, and three
grandchildren, Margaret McClure, C.
I Osborn Rhea, Jr., and baby, Samuel
1 B. Donaldson Rhea, his precious
jewels. Cap*. Donaldson was a man
of highest integrity and morals, fine-
ly educated. He had a kind and gentle
nature, beautiful manners and was a
christian gentleman. He greatly
loved little children.
"He lived a noble life, a christian
tried and true. In manner graceful,
stately, grand, and splendid through
J. M. STOGNER,
Clerk of Said Court.
THOS. W. MAYFIELD,
Atorney for Plaintiff.
First published in Daily Transcript,
June 18, 1917.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
CLEVELAND COUNTY, STATE
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
.Margaret Livingstone, plaintiff vs.
S. A. Livingstone, defendant. No. 4860
TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE-
FENDANT, S. A. LIVINGSTONE:
You will take NOTICE that you have
been sued in the above named court
by the named plaintiff for an abso-
lute decree of divorce and that you
must answer the petition filed there-
in by the plaintiff on or before the
3pth day of July, 1917, or said peti-
tion will be taken as true and a judg-
ment for the plaintiff for an abso-
lute decree of divorce from you, the
said defendant, will be rendered ac-
Witness my hand and the seal of
Siud court, this 18th day of June,
(Seal) JIM STOGNER,
By F. A. ADAIR,
WILLIAMS & LUTTRELL, Deputy'
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
—Mrs. T. A. Chesney and children
are here from Wagoner, Okla., visit-
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
—Attend Rucker's Shoe Sale. Some
more bargains there.
Phone 342 or call county scales. 1
am handling the Creek coal, form-
erly handled by J. L. Hileman.
This coal gives satisfaction for
heating or cook stove. Quality and
price always right. Be sure and
get. my price before you buy; if
you care to save money. COAL
WEIGHED ON COUNTY SCALES
G. D. WASSON
WARNING TO THE PUBLIC
There is an ordinance against
burning papers and trasli in the city
unless they are in wire containers.
This ordinance will be strictly enforced
on and after June 20th.
Also, you must park your auto
when (here is a fire alarm, and stand
for five minutes.
You will do the Fire Department a
favor by obeying these ordinances and
save yourself from a fine.
GEO. r. L. Mc KINNEY,
Chief Fire Dept.
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