The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 1919 Page: 1 of 4
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The Best Investment on Earth is Norman Property. It is going to l:a a 12,000 City
Th Daily Transcript
VOL.. VII. NO. 15.
NORMAN, OKLAHOM , THURSDAY, APRIL 17. 1919.
I'RIC'K FIVK ( EN IS
Notice to Farmers
This is notification that J. J'.
Delinger, who is now canvassing
Cleveland and McClain counties,
taking orders for farm machinery
bale ties and twine, is not now em-
ployed by us and has not been in
our employ since March 1st, and
has no authority to take orders
nor make agreements in any man-
ner for us.
MINTE8R HARDWARE CO.
Your battery i# not a catnel—
so bring it to the willard Service
Station and we will give it a
drink. Try Willard free service.
charming photoplay Don't Forget the
Ethel Clayton, the charming
Paramount star who is seen in her i
second starring vehicle, "Women's !
Weapons," at the University the- : *
atre tonight has an excellent role I
in the portrayal of which she eviJ I>«i t forget the \ ictory Bond,
- • a* i tu„ Mass meeting at the t-hristian
drace* undisputed Tte Thursday night K-
picture is in every way charming G Rousscau will ,H. th<. princi.
and evokes admiring comments , uker and wj„ be gur(?
from each succesive audience. (0 bel entertained and interested..
1 _ ma]e (|uartette will sine |
Miss Laura Bell Hamilton left some of their popular songs, and ;
on Thursday morning for Moun-! there will b other ertjoyib!1; IV |_
tain View, Okla., to spend the tures. Ralph C. lliuule, ciidU^
weekend with her sister. Miss J man of the speakers' bureau, will nnr,nrnTv
Elizabeth Hamilton, wh0 is a have charge of the meeting. Ad- PERSONAL rnUrtnIT
teacher in the high school at that I mission is free and everyone
GET READY FOR FRENCH SENATOR IS
VOLUNTEER DAY TRIED FOR TREASON
i Manager Cldye I'ickard
huge force of volunteer workers court
Admirable Community Spirit:
Owing to her long continued sick-
ness, Mrs. Jennie Clark comer
Gray and Muskogee, has been un-
able to get her garden planted, so
her neighbors conceived the ide
of doing it for her. No sooner
thought, than done—and now Mrs.
.ark has a growing garden J. M.
ordially invited to attend.
Senator Humbert, one
Heading men in Prance, is facing Daniels plowed the lots. Mr M.
, court martial at Paris on the McCullough superintended the job
ending out literatu''" for the Vic- charge of "commerce with the on- an I eight of the neighbor women
Itory Liberty Loan, especially "nj- I emy." The trial is taking place planted the seed, which was fur-
i phachzing Volunteer Day, w'licli jn (]10 nai| 0f the Seine Assizes nislied by the neighborhood. It is
is next Tuesday, April 22nd, when the Palais de Justici 11 ne such little amenities a* these that
I everybody who P'ssiblv can is same room where Bolo Pasha was makes life worth living Have
asked to volunte r n subscript. ' i condemned to death by court mar- you helped your neighbor in an>
| ti this most me.i'orious and pa- tial. It is realized in Paris, how- way?
PAH''T DC CnWPCAl Cn triotic loan. Mr. ''iekard has h ie cver^ that Senator Humbert in
UAIM I Ot UUWL'tHl-DU | numerous responits already, and to put up a stiff fight foi
'is certain that if we do our shari• • freedom and will not yield ai i ur i n v,,,,,...
something, Cleveland,easilv Bs di(i Bolo. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. D .our,,!
Roster Eggs for
PARTICULARLY THE CHILDREN
The purest, most delicious Choco-
late-coated, cream-filed dainties
ever offered. Packed in almost
life-like Bunny Boxe-, and just
loaded down with Fruits and Nut^.
The Eggs with
10c, 15c, 25c, 50c.
Also complete line of Liggett's, Fenway and
10c to $5.00
From the Candy Department
our part, something, Cleveland, easi|y as did Bolo. j «r. n-i . '-■ y .are
county's quota will soon be raised., " | in receipt of letters f.ow thoir son
Mr. Pickard has receved specif 'i7 . Senator has had a remark- Edg^r, wno is ;i membei o e
ic detnils of tho loan, giving inter-fable career. He rose from a dish- "1th hngineers, statin;- that e
Lists of taxpayers and the valu-
ation of their personal property
will be published on or before the ,t v,.„ „ „ , „
first Monday in May. in accord est rates, dates of maturity, and t washer in a provincial cafe to h >s an'' enjoying
ance with a law passed by the IR0 otl n influential Senator, a famous jand experiences, lie u .i six yio
last legislature, W E. Barnard, Redeemable in Three i'Hts. journalist, President of the Armj days on the lront. an.. ••• >na
The entire national quota of Commission, and he very near be close places, but 1 "u" 1
four and a half billion dollars ma- came War Minister of Franc ■■ scathed. He sends his parents
county assessor, points out
'This law was intended
make taxation more equitnble by tures in four years and is redeem- medal received by him from the
giving taxpayers an opportunity I „b - i three' if the government Humbert is accused of us in- French government, a clone aux
to check each other on the valua- ; chooses. fun(ls- obtained from certain rich combatants; one that is much
tions," said Mr. Batnard. "If a| Xhe bonds of two classes. Parisians, for the purchase of the i/.ed by its recipients
man owning $5,000 worth of per - i on(, r|a;,
sonal property lists only ?1001 (,Cilt am|
(iermany and was
bear.- interest, at -1 :i-l ■' 1['"ris newspaper
is exempted from I ^ knew the. money came
worth, his neighbors can see it. It1 state an(j ]oca] tax. except estate f,
lis expected that in such a case ntn,ice tax, and from nor-1 an Propoganda purposes.
the neighbors would report the ma! in'CHmo tax. The second class 1
I undervaluation to the tax asses-j |)0als ;; ;j. j ,„,r cent interest, and
sor. I shall treat all such reports js oxemj^t from all federal, state,!
made to tm> as absolutely eonfi- : ,ind ]oca| ; lX except estate and in-
Either form of note may be eon-
verted into the other form at any ;
time during the life of the issue.
Notes will be dated May 120, 1919,.
and will bear interest from that I
date, which will he paid December i
15 and .June 15 of each ye r and
when was a lawyer before going into
from ;he army and is continuing his
intended for studies ilong that line while in
Valuation of real estate will '
not be published, for real estate
cannot be concealed, and the as-
sessor has every opportunity to
list it at its true value
THE LIBRTY THEATRE
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
iSf J,-: ,y&VBSi4>v
■Married: Fent Bell, 21, of Mc-
Comb, Okla, and Miss Mary Bar-
| ker, 18, were married by Judge j at maturity.
• Allen on April 11th and returned Oversubscriptions will be rejec- |
I to their home at McComb rejotc- ^ anf, .,jlotm(.n;. ..ill I... mad.
on a graduated scale, similar to !
that used in the first Liberty loan, jj
will be made in lull, up ,;
HOLTZSCHUE MOTOR CAR CO.
W'e r< it Service Storage Hatteries tor any make of
car, while we are charging your car battery.
Kvereadv Hattcries for all make- of cars on hand.
We overhaul and repair all makes of batteries. All
We sell distilled water.
Phone 28 107 East Main, Norman
. to and including
ten thousand dol-
DRILLING POSHED IN
ALL WELLS !N COUNTY
WITH GOOD PROSPECT
SHE REFUSES TO BE AUCTIONED TO Till I' 2KEST BIDDER
THATf THE JTRONO ^TORY IN
THE W1L17AM FOX JTNSATI0NA1 MORALITY IV.AV
WHY I WOULD
Wiiiiain i-ux l'resents
TOM MIX IN
"TREAT 'EM ROUGH"
l ite kind of a |ila> that makes Americans respected all over
the world. Sec it and be glad you're a nephew of I'ticle Sam.
Dramatized from famous novel, I he i wo-( ittn Man. by
I baric- Alden Seltzer. A special William l ox \ ictory picture.
The -ton <>i :i bold westerner, who unaided, actually stojis
tremendous ru-h of thousands of cattle stampeding before wind-
fanned prairie fire. See Mix bulldog a wild steer—-ride horse-
less wagon down mountain -crash into cattle thieves' den—
shoot spots off plaving cards -wim lake on horseback. \ play
with si\--hooter thrills. \ picture that takes you t<> the west.
It will make the red blood hop in your veins. A bill bang story
of a human fighting engine—up to the minute and beyond.
"Treat 'em Rough" is the most sensational darim
\i\id picture ever produced b\ l oin Mix.
The love trials of the most beautiful woman on earth.
Reports from the oil wel's be
inir drilled in Cleveland • mntv arc!
to the effect that the work of drill-
ing is steadily progresin:t, and >•
some of them nisht and lay shifts |
ar<" working. Nothin;: definite
known as to how far they are |
down, as the drillers decline to !
j;ive out much information, but in- |
dications continue favorable and j
the drillers and promoters cont'n i
Attorney Oliver Kennedy was
Ik ''rom his farm in the Etowah
mi^hborhod on T:.ur; day and U!!
us th" demand for lease, i n acli
inK his part of the country. He is
between the Macklcnburt; well
and the National Oil company's
well near Banner, . bout, three mile
from each of them, and leased
i acr< ■< of his farm on Wednesday
at , acre. He says the Na-
tional company is working the dril
ni rhf nd day and mu.it be down
nearly 1K(H feet. This iboui
the s.ime estimate placed on thv
WClls are going down in Potta-
watomie county, just across the,:
hne from Cleveland notably at i
Burnett, where a well has been ta- >
kc.u over by a rich oil company ,
and ilrilling recommenced. Indi-'1.
cations there arc said to be good j
Beyond ; iin(j the oil company is gathering j
The Stetson hat accepted as the
standard for «|ua 1 it\ and style—always.
The new Stetson hats tlii< spring are
made especially for men and young men
desiring a neat and conservative style.
Tlie\ are here in many pleasing colors,
including navv blue. grey, black, and dark
green, assuring you a hat in perfect harm-
oil'. with vottr other apparel.
The narrow stripe in either the wide
or narrow bands i\i-s the Stetson that
finished appearance that so well la*--t
it among the qualitv hats.
Priced at $7 to $12.
E. B. Kimberlin
tsar*. s^r 7«l
I ill doubt the mdst amazing, most fascinating, most unusual photoplay
' ;liar has ever beer, produced—a Sensation. "W11 r I WOULD NCI
| MARRY'' is a play that dissects the problem of marriage, laying ,,are
he pitfalls, the snares, the selfishness, the cruelty and the heartl^ss-
ness that often characterize the institution that has been called holy
wedlock. This great play is PITILESS in the searching light it throws
<pon the state of matrimony. It will make the selfish, thougntless,
omplacent husband squirm, t willl cause wives to look at life in a new
ight. t is a challenge to the world, and it rips away the veil of Hypoc-
risy *nd deceit that has enshrouded marriage and made it a mockcry
imorij decent men and women.
story is unfolded are tense, gripping, and full of overwhelming power.
i un leases wherever it can
Drilling in the Cleveland Coun- i
tv Development company's well at i
Braman's is down fat past the
2000 level and the drillers ar./ •
pushing on th.- work. Some trou- i
hie in the hole laid them off a ;
couple of days, but it is believed |
j the work will be eontinous from |
now on until the proper depth in j
reached Indications continue
The scenes in which this amazing good in this well, but paying r< ■
sult> . re not expected much be j
fore the 2500 foot level is reached. ,
; An elaborate and stupendous production.
GIRLS. BEWARE! Eour times in my life have I been deceived
hy men who professed undying love for me, and whom I believed,
"Home of the
^ V%c ■
;Se v 0^«
MEN ARE SNAKES! VULTURES! HUMAN BEASTS! Anci I
Fatty Arbuckle and
Mable Normand in
"Fatty s Hooclo Day
Packed full of fun with Fatty
and Mabel at their best.
I lie greatest
■ have proved it in the great William Kox morality production. Why Ijusinc
[ Would Not Marry." This picture tells my life story—the story of a know
vciy hu'vian, vciy real incrican girl.—ADELE MOORE.
with fearless, peerless queen of
.he serial kingdom Pearl White
er Also Fastest Picture Even Made
"The Silent Mystery
Packed with Melodramic Thrills
Coming Friday and Saturday—i he great morality
Prof. N. II. Edwards is here,
from Dallas Texas, visiting his!
friends and attending to (.me
matters. H? does not |
ether he can come Dae-:
to take up lii« duties as city .sup-
erintendent of Norman's schoeis
at the begining of the next school
year, hut is trying to arrange h-
wor;: tu do so. lie 13 on 'I,".ve
' . eiice" given by the Board of
to run. He is connected with the
Federal Vocational Education
The funniest and costliest two-reel W(irk al [)u|iaSi and says the work
comedy ever made. Just released, j, Krowjn}! ,tc;.«.ily. the depar'
.'\lso Wm. i'"ox Presents Another
New Sunshine Comedy
The greatest laugh producer in the
His Newest and Greatest Serial film world-pretty girls, big stunts ^,lU!|ul(,n. hl t,,lltraet as
•, T■. •. ' inteiider.t still having two
Choose Your Kxit
— i ^ , , , ■ , i ment now having 7500
Coming Monday and Tuesnay—IYiangle presents the hn of tiie so|()jers un,|er its charge and that
i'l W'illinm l.'nv Wbv Should I Marrv'" 1 eli season, with Charlie Anderson in THE UKl-.v PAKSUL. Leave mln,h, , increasing several liun
the age presented b\ \\ llliam I ox. Wliy bnouid ivia y „ to t),e piucky American girl to conceive an amazing bit of strategy (||.t,(| ev(,rv w(.,.k Th(. Wl„.k ,
him no. girls, and when he r.sks the reason take linn to see tills, ,l0 out wit enemies, told in five big reels Also a Mack Sennett-Key-. hp ,)0ar(,' ig instruct crippled
the greatest picture of its kind, the most powerful matrimonial stone comedy, featuring Louise I-azenda in Her Torpedoed Love so|f!i(rs |n v<M.Ktions that will
drama ever presented on tin screen or stage. Also a big Sun-(Also Mutt and Jeff in* ^ m k" them self-Rupiwrtrng. Mr.
shine comedy. "Choose You Exit," and
new chapter of the i a new chapter of the Man of Might, with William Duncan, Joe ^ Edwards leaves for Dallas Thur-
Ryan and Edith Johnson. day night
"Home of the
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