The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 292, Ed. 1 Friday, March 7, 1919 Page: 1 of 4
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"The Umv rsity City" appreciates the value of great things, which she is striving each
VOL. VI. NO. 292.
day to attain—lets all pull
NORM AM. OM. \ HUM A-JJ^OTTESDAY,' MARC
Postage Back to
PRICE FIVE < K\ n
Old Rates July Is. Wynne's Pony Gro.
Last Day for
Masonic Meeting Special Pervice at
Postmaster Swank received in
structions from the Posto-ffice
Department on Thursday morn-
ing that letter postage would be
put back to the old rates, taking
effect on July 1st. This also ap-
plies to postal cards and postcards.
Tlius, postage on all letters based
on the ounce weight will ba two
cents on and after that date, and
postal cards one cent.
The War Mothers will hold
their regular meeting Monday
evening, March 10th, instead of
March 11th as had been planned.
They hope to have an overseas
soldier to talk to them at this;
time and ask all the mothers to
, Burglars obtained entrance into
Wynee's Pony Grocery on East
Main street, Thursday night, get-
11 ng in the back window. They
J got a lot of pennies in the cash
drawer, and a considerable amount
of pipes, candies,, chewing and
smoking tobacco, cracker jack,
chewing gum, etc., all of the vau-
ue of $10.00 or more. Mr. Wynne
found a pair of men's gloves in the
store the next morning, which is
the only ciUe to the theives.
~ i ' vice ai
Registration Masonic Temple First M. E. Church
Today (Friday, March 7th)is the
last day for registration of vot-
ers, and unless you get your cer-
tificate before 12 o'clock tonight
you cannt vote. For goodness
sake, go to registration place be-
j fore the time expires.
Don't fail to read Rucker's
special ad in this paper for Sat-
urday's Dollar Sale.
Full line of Spring Hats
Caps at Cliff Turner's.
; fairly well, but there are many
I who should register. The follow-
i ing are the reports to noon today:
j J. W. Armstrong, ward one, at
J Mayfield's drug store, 125.
j E. B. Kimberlin, ward two, at
j his store, 100.
I Bob Barbour, precinct one, i
j ward three, at drug store, 130.
j Mrs. A. W. Toberman, precinct
| two, ward three, at her home on
Norman Lodge No. 38, A. F. &
A. M., expect to entertain a large
number of their Purcell and I.ex
ington brethren, tonight (Friday.)
There will be work in the degrees,
and when the call froiff labor to
refreshments comes, the members
and their guests will be regaled
with a feast prepared by the ladies
of the Eastern Star. All Masons
Found by J. I). Pierson
The Old Regime
the Boulevard, 130.
Mrs. Arlo Davis, ward four, at
her residence on East Eufaula,
Total number registered, 623.
Get to registration place this
evening without fail, if you have
not already registered.
Or Be: be of Denver, Colorado,
president of lliff School of The-
ology; Dr. Ennas of Delaware,
Ohio, one of the professors of the
Ohio Wesfyan; and Mrs. Curitis
of Salem, Ohio, a national secre-
tary cf the Woman's Foreign
Missionary Society, will be at the
'mvs' Method st Episcopal church J
j hanlAndw,oyg;,icetaon eta e eaea i
throughout the day next Sunday.i
j They will have a part in the Sun- 1
dav school and Epworth League
and will have charge of the public
services both morning and eve-
ning. They are coming in behalf
of the Methodist Centenary and
will have a message of interest to
all. You will want to hear them.
Do not fail to be present.
\\ hile wrecking a house in the
north part of town near the home
of Mrs. Andy Berry, J. D. Pier-
son found a set of plaster paris
moulds behind one of the base
boards. The moulds had evidently
been used to make counterfeit
half-dollars and dimes, as im-
pressions of those two coins were
upon it—and very good impres-
sions too. How long they had
laid there is a question, but be-
hind the same base hoard was
lound an envelope postmarked at
Jonesboro, Ky., in 1895. The ad-
dress on it was Mrs. A. S. Har-
desty, Norman, Oklahoma. The
old house was one of the first
built in Norman and has had a
large number of occupants, and
no one can remember who lived
in it twenty-seven years ago.
Mr. Pierson has wrecked the
old building and is building a new
one on its site.
WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS
The Grandest Achievement and Advance in Dramatic
and Spectacular Presentations in ail li;e history of t ie Sia <e
j The Old Regime club met in
lightful session at thome of M
W. N. Rucker un Thursday aft|
noon at 3 p. m.
Mrs. Rucker being absent in
Eut, her sister, Mrs. Weller, gj
ciously took her place as hoste
in conjunction with Mrs. W.
Newell, who also shared the ho
ors of hostess. After a brief bus!
ness meeting the club enjoyed
round table talk on the subject
"Music, the oldest and finest
arts" Mrs. Sue Weller read ;
exquisite po( m and two delightfl
papers were presented— "Tit
Spinning Wheel in Music," read q
Mrs. D. W Griffin and "Tr
Music Possibilities of the Amer|
can Child," read by Mrs. E. 1
McCall. Both papers were arti
tie little gems and beautifully prJ
• ented. At the close of the prl
gram. Master Ralph Rucker grealf
ly pleased his listeners with a reril
tation and Mrs. DeMand s(ing twj
selections in her most eharminJ
in ^!l^SlghtS'-SC,!neS 3nd stllPenfknis spectacles ever devised are as nothing
ni magnitude or ought, in magnificence, massiveness or munificence to this man"
w 'lT °J a" afS, and a" times- So dutiful as to make description be^for
words to portray and the artist search his pallette in vain for colors with which to
picture its bewildering beauties! CLEOPATRA, Co-,-cm,undent to %J
THE SIREN OF THE NILE-For whom men
gave their lives "CLEOPATRA" is the most
gorgeous, spectacular photo-drama ever releas-
ed—it is inspiring, overwhelming, towering in
its grandeur, breath-taking in the sweeping
smash of its action.
Cleopatra is truly one of the most sumptuous
and sensational motion picture spectacles that
has ever been produced. In largeness of scopc,
the appearance of solid reality its ensemble has
had no superior and few equals."—New York-
Batteries rebuilt satisfaction
guaranteed. I see those Spring Hats and Cap
MINTEER MOTOR CO at Cliff Turner's
WE FIT FAT MEN
SLIM MEN Too
WHATEVER BE your .SHAPE WE ARE IN
.SHAPE To FIT YoU. WE HAVE ".slim" .SUIT.S
for .slim men, ^jtout" juitj for jtoi/t
men, AND "regulars" FoR regular
we have built up out ciothing bu.si-
nl.5.s by clothing men right. v/e will
Not let you leave our .store with
CLoTHE-5 THAT Do NoT FIT.
come in and "try on', a new .suit
E. B. Kimberlin
Home of the Super-Silent Drama''
SHOWING AT USUAL
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH ?•
TODAY' TODAY! TODAY!
In His Famous Paramount Production
"BOUND IN MORROCCO"'
Like all Douglas Fairbanks pictures there is something
doing every minute. See this by all means if you enjoy
a good laugh.
Abig Two-Reel Sunshine Comedy. The costliest two-reel
The most remarkable animals, funniest men and prettiest girls,
keep these comedies the comedies above all.
That noted serial with dainty and daring Leah Baird in a new
"The Wolves of Kultur."
A serial of innumerable thrills, revealing the enemy within.
NOTE—Comedy will not be ghown after 8:00 o'clock either
night. Come early.
Also Today—Big-V Comedy
"Farms and Funblers"
ORCHESTRA MUSIC MATINEE DAILY, 2 PM.
Admission Matinee, Children 5c, ' Adults 20c
Night, Children 10c, Adults 20c
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 292, Ed. 1 Friday, March 7, 1919, newspaper, March 7, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc113989/m1/1/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.