The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 266, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 5, 1919 Page: 2 of 4
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The Dail> Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma,
The Daily Transcript COMING TO
Published every afternoon except Sund.iy
toy the Tr«nscript-Enterprise Publishing Co.
Entered as second class matter January
17, 1914, at the post-oftiee at Norman, < >kla-
fioma, under act of congress of March 3,
Office, 215 East Main Street. Telephone 3.
DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By mail, one year $3.50
By mail, six months 2.00
By carrier, one week .10
You to Live"
A soldier, fresh from the front,
was recently addressing a trroup of
American undergraduates in the
Reserve Officers' Training Corps.
■"There is not a man in this room,"
h said, "who would not willingly
<iie for that flag " Then he smash-
ed his fist down on the table and
electrified his audience by crying:
"But we don't want you to die.
We want you to live."
And that is the reason also f°r
buying War Savings Stamps. It
is not a question of sacrifice.
There has been far too much talk
about the "beauty of sacrifice" in
this war. If sacrifice were an end
in itself, all we should have to do
would be to continue war indefi-
nitely. Noble sacrifices have been
made by thousands, but wc are
fighting and sacrificing for one
srreat end—to make those sacri-
fices unnecessary in the future.
The War Savings Stamps are not
a sacrifice, but a life preserver, to
the soldiers and sailors of the
United States, and also to those
who buy them. And it is more
than that—it is his declaration of
faith in his country and in those
principles of honor by which alone
our civilization can endure
Ground Hog Day
Sunday was Ground Hog Day.
Before the scicnce of meteorology
was developed and when the peo-
ple h d to depend upon natural
signs for forecasting the weather,
they looked largely to the ground
hog or woodchuck, a hibernating
animal, looking very much like an
overgrown prairie dog, and i n-
habiting the northern part of the
United States and Canada, lit was
believed th t the ground hog
roused himself upon the second
day of February and came out of
his hole. If he saw his shadow,
he immediately took to his hole
again, for seeing his shadow was
a sign that then would be six
weeks' of winter. But if he did
not see his shadow, he felt war-
ranted in believing that winter was
over, "nd lie shapped his conduct
Just how the idea got abroad
that the ground hog knew more
than other animals about the
weather, or what sunshine or
clouds on a particular day in Feb-
ruary, could possibly have to do
with the weather of the following
six weeks, the literature on the
subject fails to explain. Nither
has it been explained how the peo-
ple inhabiting those portions of
world where there ire no ground
.liogs were to find out when winter
Sunday was a cloudy day in this
locality. Once or twice the sun
came out for a few minutes, and
the size of the coal bills of the
people for the month will depend
upon whether or not the ground
hog mode his appearance during
that bright interval
Try our WET WASH—4 cents
per pound. We make delivery the
.same day we wash. Call phone
743—Ideal Laundry, and ask us
about the WET WASH
Read the Transcript ads. Patron-
ize the merchant er firm thus in-
viting your trade
Try our WET WASH—4 cents
per pound. We make delivery the
same day we wash Call phone
743—Ideal Laundry, and ask us
about the WET WASH.
cookies, 53 Ever Ready Safety
I razors, 1 ice chest, 1 refrigerator,
_UI . ! 1 table, 10 boxes safety razor
MllKMAni 11 ft I A 'blades, 3 show cases, 1 ice cream
llUnillHll| UlxLHl box, 3 boxes aromints, 6 chairs, 1
galv. tub, one-half kag Coca Cola,
The Physician on Chronic Diseases ' P*g- 1
it ii I- •• (i sausage mill, 3 waiter platters,, 1
pkg. Juicy Fruit chewing gum, 2
sacks pepper, 1 cook stove, 15 shoe
laces, 1 heating stove, 1 oil stove,
1 chum, 1 flour can, 2 boxes salted
peanuts, 1 (5) gal. keg, 10 bear
goblets, 22 pkg. Prince Albert
tob., 15 bottles flavoring, 18
brooms, 1 cartoon Bull Durham S.
tob., 1 waffle iron, cooking uten-
sils, 1 cady Star tob., 54 pkg. Post
Tosties (small), 23 pkg. Grape
Nuts (small), 22 memorandum
books, 5 box cough drops, 2 box
ice cream cones, 96 writing tab-
lets, 21 doz. tah
saiil property to be sold in bulk:
said property having been levied
Will Visit Our City.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH.
Aand Will Be at the Cottage Hotel
Until 12, Noon One-half
and refunds for moneys paid for
rents, while making assessments
other than the County seat. That
the above and foregoing provis-
ions and appointments shall be
made by and with the approval
and consent of the Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners of Cleveland
County, Oklahoma. 31-4t*
Dr. Potterf of 3108 Garfield
Ave., Kansas City, Mo, who has
treated thousands of patients with
electricity and medicine, will give
consultation, examination and all
the medicines necessary FREE
All parties taking advantage of on as the property of the said Gib
this offer are requested to state
to their friends the result of the
Treats DEAFNESS- by an en-
tirely new process.
Treats catarrh, throat and lung
diseases, eye and ear, stomach, liv-
er and kidneys, gravel,N rheuma-
tism, paralysis, neuralgia, nerv-
ous and heart (liseases, epilepsy,
Bright's disease, diseases of the
bladder, olood, skin, goiter, stam-
mering, and asthma.
Piles and rupture, without de-
tention from business.
If you are improving under
your family physician do not take
up our valuable time. The rich
and the poor are treated alike.
Lowenberg, and taken on attach-
ment issued out of said court in
favor of the Minnetonka Lumber
Dated this 29th day of January,
J. B. Wheelis, Sheriff.
B. F. Clay, Deputy.
Newell & Cooke, Attorneys for
Notice is hereby given that in
pursuance and compliance with
the provisions of Section 32, Arti-
cle 5 of the Constitution of the
State of Oklahoma, that the State
Legislature of the State of Okla-
homa, in regular session of 1919
will be asked to consider and pass
, a local or special bill which in sub-
Idlers and curiosity seekers will j stance ja as follows:
please stay away. Our time is j That the County Clerk, of Cleve-
valuablc lan<* County, Oklahoma, may ap-
r. u Kir>T a pfvmv u,;n point one chief deputy at a salary
Remember, NOT A PENNY will £ . £i0o.(M) ner month.
be charged for the medicine re-
quired to all those taikng treat-
nient this trip. Office hour, 8 a.
Positively married ladies must
be accompanied by their husbands.
Remember the date, Monday, Feb
10th, at the Cottage Hotel, until
12 o'clock, noon, Norman, Okla.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
not to .exceed $100.00 per month,
and one deputy at a salary not to
exceed $75.00 per month, and
other deputies in case of an emer-
gency at a salary not to exceed
$75.00 per month. That the county
Treasurer, of said County, may ap-
point one chief deputy at a salary
not to exceed $100 00 per month,
and one other deputy in case of an
emergency at a salary not to ex-
ceed $75.00 per month. The County
Attorney may appoint one deputy
who shall also act as stenographer
at a salary not to excecd $90.00
per month. The County Superin
tendent of Public Instruction may
appoint one deputy at a salary not
to exceed $75.00 per month for a
period of six months. The Court
Clerk may appoint one deputy at
a salary not to exceed $100.00 per
month and one deputy at Lexing
ton, Oklahoma, County Court, at a
salary not to exceed $4000 per
between the hours of 9 o'clock a. month, and in addition thereto the
m. and 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, j Court Clerk shall be allowed his
at the court house in Norman, j actual expenses while in atten-
Cleveland County, Oklahoma, of-1 dance upon the Court other than
fer at public sale and sell to the j the county seat. The Sheriff may
highest bidder, for cash in hand, \ appoint one field deputy at a salary
the following described property, j not to exceed $125.00 per month,
to-wit: J one Under Sheriff at a salary not
39 pkgs. cigaretts, 2 pkgs. paper 110 exceed $75.00 per month and
bags, 45 boxes stationery, 18 cans j one Jailor at a salary not to ex-
(1 gal.) fruit, 4 doz matches, 24 | ceed $85. per month. The County
bars laundry soap, 15 cans toma- ; Assessor may appoint one deputy
toes, 19 pkgs. spaghetti, 24 bottles 1 at a salary not to exceed $100 00
3 in one oil,, 10 cans milk, 38 cans ' per month, and be allowed to ex-
minced clams, 1 water cooler, 1 j pend $250 00 for additional help in
box drinking glasses, 3 cans K. C making up the tax rolls, and in ad-
[ Baking powder, 68 pkgs. S. Shine dition thereto he, or his deputy,
crks.. 4 boxes candy, 40 boxes j shall be allowed feed for their
small crackers, 10 boxs animal i team, gasoline for their automobile
By virtue of an order to me di-
rected and delivered, issued by F.
B. Swank, Judge of the District
Court of Cleveland County, Okla-
homa, in an action in said Court
wherein the Minnetonka Lumber
Company is plaintiff and Gig
Lowenberg is defendant, I Will on
the tenth day of February, 1919,
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
In the District Court of Cleveland
County, State of Oklahoma.
William Hubbard, Plaintiff,
Vena M. Bradshaw, et al, defend-
The State of Oklahoma to Vena
M. Bradshaw, defendant:
You are hereby notified that you
have been sued, and unless you
answer plaintiff's petition in said
Court and action on or before
March 5, 1919, judgment will be
rendered against you and in favor
of plaintiff, William Hubbard, on
note for $1577.33, with accruing
interest at 8 per cent from Jan.
22, 1919, for $157.73 attorney fee,
and for mortgage foreclosure and
sale, without appraisement of W
1-2 of Lot 3 and all of Lots 4 and
5, in Block 19, of Waggoner's First
Addition t0 Norman, Oklahoma.
Witness my hand and official
seal, Jan. 22, 1919.
(Seal) Court Clerk
By Ella Smalley, Deputj
James M. Gresham,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 30-4t.
Ask some one that has a DE-
TROIT VAPOR OIL STOVE —
Minteer Hdwe. Co.
LOST—A small black purse, con-
taining a $5.00 and $2.00 bill and
small change Leave at Trans-
cript office and receive reward.
FOR RENT: A five room, furn-
ished semi-modern bungalow, on
paved street. Enquire upstairs,
over Moomau's Store. Call 540
Join our night class in Book-
keeping, 7 to 9, over the Variety
Store.—Norman Business College.
Phone 714. 265-3t.
FOR SALE—Hogs—-Several bead
of nice Duroc gilts and a few
head of old sows, all bred to full
Duroc male. Also a few head of
horses and mules. Davis Brendle,
one mile north Mardock. 265-3t*
Before buying your spring hat
call and see our new line of millin-
ery.—Kimberlin's Cash Millin?ry.
TREES FOR SPRING.
Kimberlin's Cash Millinery is
now opened for business. Call and
see our new millinery goods.
500 families to have their wash-
ing done with us, the wet wash
way. 4 cents per pound dry weight
Avoid the flu and call 743, Ideal
Laundry, and ask us about wet
Good assortment of the best
stock we have grown in five years.
Our apple, peach, cherry and shade
mulberry are especially fine. Our
prices are 25 to 50 per cent under
those asked by agents for trees
not so good.
Give us a chance to show you
real tree value.
NOBLE NURSERY, Noble, Okla.
ONLY TWO HORSES LEFT, if |
you want one better hurry and
see Hollingsworth & Blakely.
IFOR SALE—A Jersey cow, fresh,
| a 4-gallon milker. Phone R3,
WANTED TO RENT—A five or
six room modern house. Inquire
at Transcript office. 256-tf.
FARM FOR SALE: 160 acres, at
a bargain; would take a resi-
dence in Norman as part pay. See
M. Stanley, at 303 Tonahwa
Let the Ideal Laundry handle
your rough dry laundry. Phone
LOST: On Tuesday, between
Moore and Norman, a set of tire
chains for automqbile. Finder re-
turn to Holtzchue Motor Com-
pany, Norman and get reward.
EGGS FOR SALE — Plymouth
Rocks, 60 cents per setting. Phone
452 or call on J. A. Ramsey, La-
homa avenue 264-3t*
WANTED—Small hot water in-
cubator, must be in good condi-
tion and priced right. Mr. Jen-
nings at Transcript office.
WANTED to trade horses or a
Ford automobile for a truck. If
you have a truck you want to dis-
pose of Bee Hollingsworth & Blake-
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Remember that the Price Dye Works arc
now fully equipped to do 1' irst-Class
Cleaning and Pressing as well as Dyeing.
We will call for and deliver your clothes.
PRICE DYE WORKS
210 WEST MAIN
Dr. Katherine Harris
'''1 WSSEt IF" *
123 East Main
Just received another car
load of those fine fancy Irish
potatoes, which we are sell-
ing at the very small price of
By the sack
We also have a large sup-
Phones 31 and 224
Any Kind, or City Loans, Building and
Loan or Private.
Buy or sell Real Estate. Ask us.
Vincent & Muldrow
PHONE 50. 127 East Main.
Oakes 6 Ownbey
Before You Sell Your
And get the Highest Market Price
And Get Our Prices on
FEED, FLOUR and SEEDS.
No. 211 West Main Street
L. C. GILES
W. C. WEIR
OFFICE—First National Bank Bid.
Giles-Weir Investment Co.
FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY.
Call and see us, we have some good properties listed
worth the moeny. See us if you desire a loan on farm
property. If you have property for sale list it with us.
Hauling of All Kinds v
DONE PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. GIVE US
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HAULING TRUNKS
Office Phone 225 Residence Phone 505
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