The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 308, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 26, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily Transcript. .Xorman. Oklahoma
Hico Items Tom E. Smith
w J. Plans Compromise
We arrf having some nice spring j
showers at this writing:. j "Neither from the standpoint of
All of the old farmers are be- | principle, right, equity or justice
sinning to farm again. j do I think the whole city should be
Quite a crowd gathered at South j compelled to pay the whole amount
Gale Sunday evening to see the j for the paving in District No. 3,"
boys play ball and hear the Vic-i pays Tom E. Smith, himself a
| property owner in that district for
Misses Nabbie Talbot and Bessie i whose paving the whole city is now
White called on Mrs. Wynee Sun
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. White and
children visited with Mr. Mont-
gomery's folks Sunday. Mr. Mont-
gomery has been very ill of blood-
being mulched. "It is unjusc and
against all my ideas of right that
widow women and small property
owners of the city should be com-
pelled to pay a portion of that tax,
or that property owners in other
poisoning of the hand. But is im- paving districts should pay for
proved some at this writing. 'their own paving and part of that
Misses Ida and Maggie Church! of Uigtrict No. continued Mr.
and Thelma Burgess called on Miss j Smith. "The property owners in
Lois Hairaes Sunday. | tnat district, should no', even if
Mrs Eva Moore is visiting with | they could, under the law, attempt
lier brother, Everett Davis at j or be willing to do this unjust
Chickasha this week. \ thing.
Mr._and Mrs. Lawrence Moses, i "Maybe the paving is defective
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Barnard and | and whs not put down according
CARD OF THANKS
To Our Friends:
We desire to thank our friends
for the touching kindness shown
us during our recent bereavement.
We accept it as not only a person-
al kindness to us, but also as an
Governor Will Veto "The Rainbow Trail"
Gov. Robertson has given it out ;
that he will veto the bill passed by ! "The Rainbow Trail," opens
the Oklahoma Legislature Tues- j Friday at the Liberty theatre,
j day revoking the charter of the ! "Riders of the Purple Sage," re-
j Southwestern Telephone company, j cently shown at the Liberty and
expression of the affectionate es- j which would prevent it doing busi-1 brings William Farnum back in
teem in which you held our be- ness in Oklahoma. Th< Governor j the role of the feared
lo\ ed mother. j that the company is simply ■ Lassiter.
obeying the orders of Postmaste
General Burleson and should not I " 18 * StronK Western tale, pack
be held responsible if those orders
clash with those of the corporation
commission. The supreme court
of Oklahoma also decided on Tues-
day that the telephone company
should obey Mr. Burleson's order.
Jack Fairchilds was here from
Oklahoma City on Monday.
Bernice Taylor, Judge and Mrs.
W. M. Taylor, Rev. and Mrs. Jas
M Taylor, Guy T.iylor. Mr . and
Mrs. Jack Taylor. Mr and Mrs. W.
A. Paden, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wad-
dle, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bowling,
Mrs. Fanny McCaleb, Martha Tay-
^ fmc co3//mz
Mr and Mrs. Ernest CWhrch call-
ed at the Talbot home Sunday.
Mr. Frank Jones and family
spent Sunday at his father's, OJJ.
Quite a number of the young
folks attended singing at Mr.
Burgess' Sunday night. They all
reported a nice time.
at Franklin Sunday night.
lone Alexander attended a meeting
atFranklin Sunday night.
Misses Mary and Georgia France
spent Sunday night at the Church
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wilson are
rejoicing over the arrival of a fine
son at their home Thursday,
A number of the South Gale
school children and teacher, Miss
Alexander went to Blackburn
school Friday. They had a spell-
ing contest, basket Ixill games and
dinner on ground, all reported a
Mr. and Mrs. Lumley and chil-
dren spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Will Gibbons.
to specifications, but that fact
does not justify the property own-
ers saddling the whole amount on
the city. Let us come to some
equitable middle ground concern-
ing it. My idea would be to have
the property owners of District
No 3 appoint one of their number,
the city at large another repre-
sentative citizen, anci the two
choose a third, and let the three
decide what part of the pav-
ing the property owners are equit-
ably liable for and what part the
city as a whole should assume,
and let the decision of that board
be final and all parties abide by
"As long as the matter is in its
present phase," said Mr. Smith,
"there is going to be bitterness,
and the property owners of the
district are going to be condemn-
ed by other citizens from one end
of the town to the other for sad-
dling this burden upon them or
even being willing that it should
be saddled upon them. Let us get
together on some plan; some hon
est, honorable, equitable plan, and
... ... i . I "et the trouble out of the way."
We are glad to welcome Mr. Lee
Harris and family back to Hog
Creek. They have moved to the
place v.'.cated by L. L. Mayfield.
.Mrs. Church visited with Mrs.
There is to be a pie supper at
South Gale Tuesday night, March
Geo. W Miller got that fine
Remington typewriter sold by the
selective draft board, his bid being
$70 Judge Linton bid $65. The
filing cases were sold to M. F.
Fischer. No bids for the stoves
THE RAINBOW TRAIL
William Farrum, starring in
"The Rainbow Trail," is the stellar
attraction at the Liberty heatre
today. This film is replete with
tense and thrilling situations and
proves that Farnum is easily the
greatest delineator of Western
types now playing before the cam-
The story is a sequel t0 "Riders
of the Purple Sage," but those
who did not see that picture will
in no way be at a loss in viewing
"The Rainbow Trail" as the inci-!
dents in the later production are j
all in a separate form.
Mr Farnum is again seen as
Lassiter, the feared rider of the I
range and the terror of the Utah
border. Indeed, this sterling play-
er portrays tw0 roles in "The Rain
bow Trail," that of Lassiter and
of Shefford, who searches the
mountains for the girl he loves.
There is every indication that
thevaluation of personal property
in Norman and Cleveland county
will be materially less in 1919,
than it was in 1918, owing t0 the
large amounts of Liberty bonds
taken in the several "drives."
Those bonds are not taxable, and
take just that much from the tax-
j able wealth of city and county,
i In view of this fact, is it not un-
! wise to add to the debt of our city
and cause an even heavier tax rate
than at present?
I It is a strong W
Led with love and heart interest,
|and affords an unusual number of
J real thrills. It is one of the best
j Farnum productions ever shown
j here. The scenes are largely laid
j in Grand Canyon of Arizona and
j form a scenic standpoint the pic-
j ture probably excels anything of
I the sort yet undertaken by yihoto-
The scenery is not the whole
thing in this picture, however, as
many scenes in "Rainbow Trail,"
rise to great heights of dramatic
McDaniel & Matthse<|
FOR SALE: Upholstered leather.
Davenport, two good dressers
and one library table. Call at:
304 East Daws or phone 129. Mrs.
C. A. Richards. 306-3t. I
STORAGE BATTERY SERVICE!
Official Willard Service Station. I
The only exclusive battery station
in the county. We repair and re- J
charge and make of battery.
CITY AND FARM
Fire and Tornado,
We have a full and com-
plete stock of
And if there is a special
form you want, we will
print it for you.
prise Pub. Co
Watch for dates to be announced ]
later—Mayfield's Semi-annual One !
Cent Sale—some time in April. j
NORMAN BATTERY CO.
We do nothing but battery work
-results—the best of service.
NORMAN BATTERY CO.
L. C. GILES PHONE 59 W C. WEIR
Office—First National Bank Building
Giles-Weir Investment Company
Farm Lands and City Property.
Call and see us, we have some good properties listed worth the
money. See us if you desire a loan on farm property.
If you have property for sale list it with us.
The beautiful work of the "Lloyd Loom,"
used in making these baby carriages—the
dainty tasteful color-enamels—the grace-
ful designs—the harmonious upholster-
ings—has made them so popular that the
manufacturer cannot supply the demand.
By getting in our reservation order early,
we were enabled to secure a splendid ship-
ment. These are, without doubt, the
handsomest baby carriages made. Noth-
ing else like them. We guarantee the
quality to be unequaled.
Cannot Be Duplicated
at Our Prices
Through the wonderful new method of
manufacture—invented and perfected by
Marshall 11. Lloyd—a great saving is made. This saving I
permits tin- use of the highest quality of materials—
Even in the cheaper models. We are sharing this sav-l
ing with our customers by—
pricing remarkably low
Seeing Is Believing
MEYER & MEYER
CLYDE PICKARD, President
JOE PATRICK. Vice-President
F. F. FITTS, Treasurer
V. M. TIDFORD, Secretary
American Heating Company
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL 8250,000.00
The American Heating
Company, is a home institu-
tion, incorporated for the
purpose of manufacturing
the PATRICK OIL and GAS
GENERATORS, which is an
oil and gas burner, that can
be easily used with any kind
of a stove or range, and will
give the same results as na-
tural gas with much less ex-
These burners have been
used in Norman for the past
five years, and have proven a
positive and absolute success
from the start.
The American Heating
Company have taken out the
patents for the United States
and will place the BURN-
ERS on the market in every
city in America.
There are 14,000,000 rural
homes that these burners
should be placed in, thereby
the possibilities of this com-
pany is unlimited. Here is
what we expect to do.
Place 100,000 burners in
homes and business places
this year, thereby making
the American Heating Co.
the biggest divident paying
company in Oklahoma.
Pay you a dividend this
year that will make your
stock worth three to five for
We do not offer this as a
get-rich proposition, or a
chance game, but we do of-
fer it as a legitimate invest-
ment that is absoluetly safe,
with possibilities of great re-
turns, which will pay you
form 50 to 100 per cent an-
nually on your investment.
For advertising purposes
For further information call on or write
JOE PATRICK, General Manager
Office in Sooner Barber Shop
the company offers a block
of 25,000 shares of stock, $1.00
par value, at 50c per share, to
the people of Norman and
Now is your chance to
grasp the opportunities this
company offers, and secure
some of this stock, as it will
prove the best and safest in-
vestment you have ever
Fill out the coupon attach-
ed and send it in today, for
after the first block of stock
has been sold, the balance
will not be offered for less
than par value, $1.00.
AMERICAN HEATING COMPANY,
I hereby subscribe for shares of
the Capital Stock of The American Heating Com-
pany, par value $1.00 per share, which is fully
paid and non-assessible, at a special introductory
price of 50c a share.
Xorman, Okla., 1919
Street or R. F. D.
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 308, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 26, 1919, newspaper, March 26, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114005/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.