The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 243, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 9, 1919 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma^
T ie Daiiy Transcript
tN-e • '-y jftrraoon *< ■^•indnjr
Ijt A* r-*r*i:npt-Eflterpn*< P-jbmhuiif Co.
£ar - *i aj *<rcon 4 <*(&§•! mAfter Jinutry
17 ' * i r'i- jMiit-offirr if Ninmir. ' >kl*
fcoivj lr* I 't i t of iwgreaii <>f March 3,
Off. - 215 Eut Main Street Tdtphoni 3.
DA >UCSCRIPT(OW RATE.S
corner, oae fe*r
i.J u ime . week
| tem and the formulation of the I system and the automobilist will
question for submission to the in effect be makintr a present of it
voters, say within 90 days. to the state. If this trunk lin
Anions the matters to be covered system, therefore, is seriously
will be the relation of this State worked out on the merits of thr
I Bond issue work to (a) state aid; j situation no county can justly claim
j (b) Federal aid; (c) county bonds: !a grievance because no paved road
! (d) local direct tax levy or road may paSs through it. This syste
district. as suggested would be found to
In general these state bond funds connect the majority of the count}
j should be applied only to permari- seats and would pass through 80 o
• ent hard surfacing, or pavinir 90 sizeable towns and small cities
' Grading, drainage, and all struc- The foregoing is intended as a
ture should be furnished from otii- discussion and statement of vit:1
er funds. Rights of way. detours, elements of the problem. N0 clai
etc., must be provided by the coun ;s made for completeness. Neithe
FOR SALE — Iron bed stead,
j springs, mattress and dresser,
at your price. Call phone 166 or
at 409 W. Symmes. 242-3t*
Fi > room, modern house, T lots
close in, food out buiMmg-.. iltiOO
4 room cottine, 'i lots,
$1 10<) ■ >)
Mitfierri 6 room houae t lots,
O' e lots i f [)'Barr Avenue,
fir* to .-.eil
If y >u are interested in securing
n , . I>usine > r v snt lots in
•Ntiri; in ee what e have to of-
fer « .'i
A fir. 1' farm, lii) aore^. <ood im-
pr iv.inents, posse given.
*71! '■'! i r acre
JOHN S. ALLAN,
Off over Broken Dollar Store
i'enth of Mrs. Rather
Mr. Mary Rather, wife of J. C.
liari' 1 . loii£ a re i<l-ir.t of this
\ 1 . (t'-I :it M'llit.- Cali .,
an January 2, '.HI. of influenza-
pneu otua; leaving a. husband and
four htlilrer Sh;' v.", a laugiiter
of Mi ami Mr. I <•'. Short, who
Wft ■ -t \<ti lie.).. I ■ wi er she pass-
ed !,' The body is expected to
rr . • here at noon tomorrow (Fri-
day J .v.'rvi.'1- v. ill • held at
the liar.arene chur with burial
>11 >. y
Mi >Utlier will be well niem-
Ihv : by (li old tn" peiipi of
tins ; if munity She was a most
estir vi,t ' lady, 1 <! vited wife,
moti* •. "''I .i'UHhr.'T • u nest
syiMp*'! > e . out t>> ' ■ b ■!' u-ed
are the estimates intended to be
anything more than estimates.
They are, however, believed to be
conservative and all subject 1
reasonable degree of verification
The constitutional limits involved
if there are any, are not here dis-
ty and so also must maintainence
and marking unless these are pre
vided by some other state funds
or by direct assessment 011 adjacen
property. Property lying within
two miles of the paved road does
receive a very great increment of „ — —
value by reason of the road. ;in< cussed or suggested. The detail
should fairly be taxed somethin 0f location or routes is purely ten-
for benefits received. 1 tative also. Discussion of all the
Illinois provides that where a , points given and of others nee
county has voted bonds for paved j sarily suggested is desired in order
roads that it be re-imbursed, con- j that the project may assume the
templating that all paved roads at j niost definite and effective fori
least those embraced within the as promptly as possible.
state bond system be paid for from
that state bond issue . Probably j
Oklahoma under the propose ! j
plan will do the same thing in so
far as work already done conforms I
to the plans, or routes selected
under the state bond program. N
IN STRUGGLE DAGGER
GASHES HER CHEEK
A dagger used in a struggle
scene recently caused a painful
wound to Miss Theda Bara. The
young woman was defending her-
self from a bandit. She finished
the work, however, and then had
the wound cauterized.
Miss Bara is appearing in her
latest super-production, "The She-
Devil.". At the Liberty Theatre.
FOR SALE-Seed oats and seed I FOR RENT-Nicely furnished14-, FOR RENT-Good 7 room house
corn. See J. A. Ramsey, Lahoma I room house on West side. Call
avenue, or phone 452. 242-3* phone 159. 240-.it
on Uni Bvd. $115 per month. R.
L Pierson, 121 W Main. Phone 252.
FOR RENT—A south front sleep-
ing room. 317 West Apache.
HOUSE WANTED—Want to rent
a three or four room house. Ad-
dress F. N. Varnej Norman, or
call at Vicars' store. 240-3t*
LOST—N. H. S. pin. Initials B.
P. R. on back. Finder please
|FOR SALE —317 bales of first-
| class alfalfa hay, at my farm,
iten miles northwest of Norman, at- r,,n t„ Trunscrint office
,$1.00 per balp. Kate M. Stephens, return to Transcript omce.^
| Don't fail to visit the shoe de-
partment at McCall's today.
NORMAN MUSIC CLUB.
All members, active and asso-
ciate, of the Norman Music Club,
under the state Bonn program, in- 1 . . ., . . M,.0 T
other part of a county's system will meet at the home of Mis. J.
should be paid for, since this plan j F. Paxton on University Boulevard
contemplates probably only 1-2 ti jon Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 8,
1-3 of the amount of payed rrfilcage ^ ^ o'clock. The Spanish program
nltiiYint( lv needed, and mav not . . ,
will be of musical interest and of
HAY FOR SALE
The big farm sale of Williams
and Hutchin, which was to have
1 been held last week but was post-
poned because of the bad weather
j and sickness, will be held Monday,
I Jan. 13, at the farm place one
j half mile north and one half mile
! east of Pleasant Hill School. 2300
; bales of alfalfa and some millet at
; sale terms. adv.
FOR SALE—Slightly used piano.
practically good as new Will
be sold at a bargain if taken at
once. Easy payments if desired
The piano is in Norman, Okla For
further particulars write B. C.
Clark, Purcell, Oklahoma.
FOR RENT—Three unfurnished
^ rooms for light housekeeping.
No 120 E. Castro street, near
South Peters avenue. 243-3t*
FOR SALE OR TRADE—One
Hambletonian stallion and Blue
Maltest Jack. Both guaranteed
in first class condition and good
folders. Will sell or trade for
anything worth the money. Resi-
dence Stella, Address Newalla. E.
B. Wyatt 240-6t*
FOR RENT—Seven-room dwelling
orchard, garden and chicken lots
just south of University. Inquire
of W C. Weir or F. O Miller,
phone 59; office First National
Bank building. 239-tf.
WANTED—Several good boys to
carry paper routes. Apply Mr.
Jennings, Transcript office.
COTTON Mules — Three head
of coming five-year old good
cotton mules, about 15 hands high,
with no blemishes; two mares and
one good horse for sale: also four
or five hundred ba'es of No. 2
prairie hay, at your own price, if
taken at once. Will show mules in
Norman if notified. W. J. Morri-
LOST—A black steamer trunk. See
F. A. Martin or Joe Vincent at
Sooner Confectionery. 241-3t*
ultimately needed, and may not
even touch some of the counties
In fact all of the counties are lef
free to develop their local sys-
tems from county revenues, arr
this should be done. This state
bond issue would yield a trunk line
real musical value. The rojl call,
will be current music items.
Mrs. .IAS. D. MAGUIRE, 1
N Milo tltll M
New and Second Hand Goods
S. D. MORGAN
215 West Main. Phone 022
If you have ANYTHING to sell or want to buy ANY-
THING, don't fail to call at this store, where you will be
piven a "SQUARE DEAL" in every way.
FINE LINE OF NEW FURNITURE AT PRICES THAT
ARE VERY LOW.
Telephone 622 and Let us Tell you About it
■ ! ' ith An< 'i i i i ..e i ;ii the |
of Mr and M• . Rolla Mar j
!;«(•!■>, four mili < ast of
vli.i! la, . ; . -,n I |
ed away little Le >ra, age two
, r \i parent,-, weep not fur |
the H 'pii^ui • if y.ii ' iittle one.
She 'u • gon • t.i * t ljipy home
whei • i i t ir. -h i a h row roam.
SI, • i, rut ii ?ad, bu' sleeoing
WIi, *1 ail tlio.e t '.rj. of Weep-
ing T Wii' darliiu; child i.s sleep-
ing . I'f't th<.> >h r<- forever
mwcv, . - suffering ' <■'/.* ir< oe'r.
Th"- t«i little ejrs ar? closed for-
ever, t« 1 rtti's unholy ,.;ght Two
little eh ink wings now hover in
Jfeiw'i, ■ golden l aK* Twj little
feet K i.v' cea. d tn travel upon the
slior.v. .. time A little <em re-
leased ' ■ t \:' :• •. 1,-0ne above
to .Jim.- Let tiie little one sleep,
it is fr *•' ir in , v u -I of care
The Master hi c n:« and called it
feoiu . i' i, re.itmj over there
• Vil* • a«T .1 • • ■
L. C. GILES PHONB 59 W. C. WEIR
OFFICE—First National Bank Bid
Giles-Weir Investment Co.
FARM LANDS ANO CITY PROPERTY.
Call and see us, we have some good properities listed
worth the moeny. See us if you desire a loan on farm
property. If you have property for sale list it with us.
. t ti
•or u*f««. ti. * i, *ri' *
by tk<- 1 ?f JjLU'iiry.
finishe i i
We want to show you the best attachment yet in-
vented to use your automobile for power on your farm_
Free Demonstration Saturday
Bring a half bushel of corn to town with you Sat-
urday, and we will gTind it for you, FREE, to show you
why every farmer should own one of these machines.
GOtlVi r VI*.-. FOR OKLAHOMA '
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the 411 tr 1 !! i,-ir • > .. :ff ■ : ■ 111.
Uien p'ri'i. iive ■ •, ;i ,11 will In-
enact>'4 : 't)mptly by the present
legislate- • ■ fi. r ■ th<- 'iii ira
tion ef a suitable plan for the sys-
rubh^W-r i Refiort M tile ' imdition,
.111r. NORMAN mil.DIM
, V>e.:ei lMT Hi, 191S.
Ca:tt) on ;i nii t 10U4.H0|
Iaiiuis i.i mortgage se-
curi" y 139,450.00
Loans an .to k ei'urity 303.00
Heal I'jState 1,650.05 j
iEKpems-. oaul _ 70H.69 j
Insuraji ■ mil taxes due
fioi>. horrowerb 735.59
I:itereit fat if 1K0 91 '
11 i.ie on instalment stock $l'J3.1S:i.80 j
■ F>ue Mn-jwers (incom-
plete loans > _.
t ills payable —
•Jontiagei i and reserve
l ndivul-rt profits
HOLTZSCHUE MOTOR CAR CO.
107 East Main Street
REPRESENTING LAY-PORTA FARM POWER
13,535 17 I
I TO! M- $144,113 04
Stat<! or Oklahoma. County of
' Glev'iliu.i SS
j I, A ijt'Oamei, Secretary of
Mie wtoo * n^med a.s^ociation, do
| vdemoly «'ii that the abovi
I ^UitcraetiL is true to the best 1
I wy kyuwl 'due and belief, so help
(M ' (Uhi
Suh* ruli'iJ tn* sworn to before
' 1 ae this Stli Jay of January , 1919.
' Cuoitaii.aian -cpires April 18, 1922.
VT M NEWELL,
FOR THIS WEEK
Children® Union Suits, 2 to 16 years 75c
One lot Children's Caps, 35 to 50c grade 25c
Ladies' $1.75 House Slippers $1.35
Ladies' $1.25 House Slippers 95c
Ladies' Hose, good grade 25c
Men's Half Hose, 15c grade, two pair for 25c
Men's Half Hose, 35c grade, 25c
Men's Cotton Gloves 15c
No. 2 Lamps complete 50c
9 1-2 inch floral Salid Bowl ' 25c
$12 50 Dinner acta, 42 pieces $9.85
Nc 1 Galvanized Wash Tub
No. 2 Galvanized Wash Tub $1 75
Wo. 3 Galvanized Wash Tub .£2.00
10 quarts Galvanized Pails 50c
Large size Enamel Wash Basin 25c
$.5.ilb chest of Silverware S3.85
It will pay you to visit our store when in need of
anything for we have some extra good values in all lines
of merchandise which we have not quoted here.
NORMAN VARIETY STORE
222 East Main Street
r!' HH !jTim'i!|' - - f r . ;;|*pt|rr j*l • :H jp
Prices Still Good
Our Clearance Sale prices are still good and
our selection of Fall and Winter merchandise
assures you of a variety to choose from.
We want to show every man, young man,
and boy in knee pants, the big saving we are of-
fering in clothing, overcoats, mackinaws, hats
Your Liberty Bond is worth one hundred
cents on the dollar here.
Bring us your bond. You may apply it on
your account or on your purchase. Buy mer-
chandise at Clearance Sale prices.
REMEMBER THIS SALE CLOSES SAT-
URDAY, JANUARY 18.
Suits and Overcoats
$-10 Suits and Overcoats r_$32.00
$30 Suits and Overcoats $24.00
>25 Suits and Overcoats $20.00
S35 Suits and Overcoats $28.00
Hats at a Big Saving.
Don't miss buying what
$17.50 Suits $14.00
$15.00 Suits $12.00
$12.50 Suits $10.00
$10.00 Suits $ 8.00
123 East Main
Men s Corduroy Suits, Here is Bargains you will
$18.50 values, now $13.95. . never see again.
TRANSCRIPT WANT-AD DEPARTMENT
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