The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
The proposed charter for a com-
mission form of government for
Norman has been ordered publish-
ed by the mayor. The charter
will be carried in next Sunday's
edition of the Transcript. If you
want a copy of this issue leave
your order at the Transcript office
36inch taffetas, plaids a n d
stripes invest patterns, $1.29.
FOR SALE—One 6-room story
and lvilf residence, located on
East Main street, 41-2 blocks
from bank corner. This is a nice
home-like place and can be pur-
chased on easy terms. For full
particulars call on the Pickaril Co.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Two
row P. & O. high wheel cultiva-
tor. For Sale—A fine Duroc male,
weight about 120 pounds. Frank
Burkett. one half mile north of
Corn School House. 38-2t
With Our Readers
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visiting or have they been away
c.n a visit? If so, let us know of
Did you hear Mrs. say she
didn't get her paper last night?
Remind her to notify the office ■
she may forget it.
after the United States entered i
"She was a woman o£ striking !
personality and appearance. Regal j
in carriage, a mass of snow-white
hair crowning a strong but kindly
face, she was a commanding fig-
ure in any gathering. The aver,
age soldier who was the benefici-
ary of the nursing service prob-
ably knows nothing of the fine
woman who directed the procure-
ment of the nurses who helped him
so much, but if he knew the whole
story, Miss Delano might easily
get an enshrinement in his heart
in some measure comparable to
that which Florence Nightengale
got in the hearts of the English-
men in the Crimea."
Miss Delano served the Ameri-
can Red Cross for ten years with-
out a cent of pay—a true volun-
IDORA ROSE SCROGGS,
Chairman of Committee
on Nursing Activities.
Centenary Booster Supper:
There will be a general church
supper, in the basement of the
First Methodist Episcopal church,
Friday evening of this week. All
members and friends of the church
are cordially invited to be present.
Supper is called for 6:30. The
plates will be free.
with influenza, is reported much
better today. His early recovery j
Every mother should bring the
tots to Rucker's Friday, 4 to 6
| p, m., and fit them in wash hats
! and baby sox at half.
WANTED—Aplace to work this
summer by a lady. Apply at
Transcript office. 38-3t
WARNING TO PARENTS—No
trespassing will be permitted on
NW 1-4 of Sec. 19. 38-3*
FOR SALE—A disc cultivator. 5?0
N. Porter. 38-2t
WANTED—To rent for summer.
Small furnished modern house
by man and wife. No children. In-
quire at the Transcript. 37-3t'
FOR SALE—Two rugs and litio-
leum 215 W. Duffy. 37-3t. I
FOR RENT—Three light house-
keeping rooms. 203 E. Kieth.
Any one that isn't a regular sub-
scriber and would like to have our
Sunday paper left at their home
can have same by notifying the
Any one who desn't take the
Transcript is missing a good pa-
per. The Sunday paper alone is
worth the price.
For the benefit of our readers
we have secured the services of
Uncle Josh, a writer whose articles
will appear daily, beginning yester-
day. You should not miss a sin-
gle story he writes.
Tell your friends about Uncle
Perfect delivery. Phone 3.
The Circulation Manager.
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL
ADVERTISED FOR SALE
The Grand- Central hotel, one
of the landmarks of Norman,
which has been in use since the
early days of the town, has been
offered for sale through J. W.
Linton. The building was erected
by Mrs. Sophie Williams, who man-
aged the establishment for some
fifteen years. Mrs. Williams has
decided to make Oklahoma City
her permanent home and now wish-
es to, dispose of the property.
Oil Strike Report False: The
report came to Norman this morn-
ing that oil had been struck in
the Box well of the Cleveland
County Oil and Gas Co., seven
miles east of Lexington, but a
telephone message from there at
noon (Thursday) stated that it
was not true. The message gave
the information that a heavy pock-
et of gas had been struck at 1900
feet and that indications for oil
Robert Rucker Improved: Rob-
ert Rucker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. N. Rucker, who has been ill
The banquet of the Norman
high arhool Parliamentary Debat-
ing club will be held Friday night
in the banquet rooms of the First
Christian church. The first an-
nouncement said the banquet
would be held Saturday night at
the Methodist church but Wayne
Miller, in charge of arrangements,
made the change.
The Robert E. Lee chapter of
the United Daughters of Confeder-
acy will meet Friday afternoon,
May 16, at the home of Mrs. Bum-
garner on East Gray street. Mrs.
C. W. Richards will be hostess.
A pleasant reunion of the Hak-
st.een family was held at the home
of Mrs. Maude Fox on East Duf-
fy, Tuesday night. Those pres-
ent were Mr. E. Haksteen and his
three daughters, Mrs. Fox, Mrs.
Nettie Dermid and Mrs. May
FOR SALE—Jersey Cow. W. L.
Notice of Dissolution of Partner-
FOR RENT OR SALE
1 12-reo n stucco house, corner
Apache and Boulevard, all modern.
1 8-room house., Miller and Clas-
sen addition, modern, known as
Russell Chastain house.
See Vincent & M.uldrow or owner.
Dr. J. W. Melton at our office to-
morrow, May 14, 1919.
FOR SALEOR TRADE QUICK—
A good new 6 room bungalow,
two rooms oak finish. This place
can be bought cheaper than it can
be built for now. Will sell for a
small cash payment and the rest to
suit purchaser. Would consider
good vacant property or small im-
proved property or good car. If
you want a nice little home see me
at once. C. W. Vaughn, at Min-
netonka Lumber Co.
FOR SALE—Tw0 Ford trucks.
Stake bodies and cabs. Good
share. Mintosr M< or Co. f
FOR SALE—The Grand Central |
Hotel. Price <;ut almost Half; |
must sell; part cash five years on j
balance. See J. W. Linton. ''-J ''' j
FOR RENT—June 1st, my up- j
stairs rooming house, partly I
furnished. S. Peters Ave. 15 rooms I
M. (' Rnnviin. ''S-tf. S
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE—New |
5-room bungalow. W. E. Crab-1
tree. Phone 548. 34-6*
The supreme sacrifice was made
in the death of Miss Jane Delano,
Director General of the Depart-
ment of Nursing of the American
Miss Delano died April 15, in
Base Hospital 69, Savaney, France.
She sailed from New York Janu-
ary 2, on the steamship George
Washington for a personal survey
of the nursing situation in France,
Italy, the -Balkans, and other coun-
tries where the American Red
Cross is engaged in work.
Miss Delano was a graduate cf
Bellevue Hospital, class of 1886,
and has filled many important po-
sitions in the years following. She
was head of the Army Nurse
Corps at the time of her appoint-
ment as chief of the Red Cross
Nursing service. She was intense-
ly patriotic. Her father was
killed in the Civil War and this
seemed to intensify her American
Under her direction more than
30,000 nurses were recruited
through the American Red Cross
for service in the Army and Navy
Notice is hereby given that the^
heretofore existing partnership
between J. A. Mendenliall, C. A.
Mendenhall and C. D. Mendenhall
under the firm name of Menden-
hal! and Sons was dissolved on the j
1st day of May, 1919, by mutual)
consent: said J. A. Mendenhall is
hereby authorized to collect all
debts due said partnership, and all
bills will be paid by him.
J. A. MENDENHALL,
C. A. MENDENHALL,
C. D. MENDENHALL.
Dated May 14, 1919. 46-3t
On the refreshments depend in
a great measure the success of
the party or
(iqSia uo panui}U03)
White Mountain Ice Cream
assures the success of the re-
This cream is made in a new,
modern factory of pure cream
from a herd of contnted Jer-
sey cows. .
That good Colonial fruit salad
of preserved strawberries,
cherries and figs in crystal su-
gar syrup wil be frozen into
the cream ready to serve if you
Place an order for White
Mountain ice cream and be
more than pleased—be satis-
White Mountain Ice
J. R. NEWKUMET
Use the best. We
have it and will be
glad to demonstrate
it to you.
We also handle
the best refrigera-
tors o nthe market—
Now is the Ideal
time to use the
Lawn Mowers and
Garden Hose. Our
line is complete, and
we will be glad to
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Notice to Customers Who Are Waiting for
Detroit Vapor Stoves.
Owing to the unusual demand for these stoves we have
been unable to supply our customers, but have assurance
from the Detroit Vapor Stove Co., of Detroit, that they
have en route to Oklahoma City several car loads and we
expect to receive our allotment by the middle of the week.
Just as soon as they arc received we will immediately de-
liver to those on our waiting list.
MINTEER HDW. CO.
After being out of town for three months,
we wish to inform the people of Norman
that we are now at home and ready to fig-
ure on any building—large or small.
You will find us at my hotel at 121 West
Main. Phone 252.
L. C. GILES PHONE 59 J. 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
See us if you desire a loan on farm property.
I! yen have property for sale list it with us.
R J. Krvnolda
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