The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 18, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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A r ill l i | nn j while they are prtparintr for their j Sergt. Leslie Salter
" VHIIUIIICII l VII , future. Tliey are the very people
"Strangers's Letter that help bear the burden of the
bond indebtedness of our water
Norman, Okla., May 15, 1919 department, along with their own
Editor Daily Transcript, share of the rate which is based on
Norman, Okla. the actual cost of production. They
t)ear Sir:— are the ones who assume the ob-
The article jiSove referred to ligation for electric light bonds
was read and reread by me and as j just voted, that the citizens of
s citizen with a pride in my home Norman may be in a position to
town I appreciate what was said secure the best for the least ,|jst q0 x. C., who recently re
about our citizens in general, our money. Tliey are the ones who (_urne(j fr0m service with the Unit-
merchants, our churches and pas- pay the taxes to keep up our public e(j st.ates Army in Prance, has
tors, and our schools; but regret schools, which have a scholastic ^ (^en transferred to Camp Travis,
very much that "Stranger" should enumeration equal to a city of fif- Texas, from which place he will be
teen thousand. They are doing all ,rjv(,n Honorable Discharge from
they can to assist in securing gas j army Sergeant Salter saw ac-
for our city. : [jon Chatereaux and Berne-
The Transcript is in receipt of
the following from the Education-
al Service, U. S. Army General
Hospital No. 42, Spartanburg,
! South Carolina, under date of May
The Transcript, Norman, Okla:
Leslie E. Salter, First Sergeant,
corned as his record and position
By Harry L. K^lpe.
have so much to say about our
"old fogies" "with cobwebs in their
eyes," without first being inform-
ed of the real facts in the case,
before "speaking right out in
I am convinced by reading the
article that the writer is not in-
formed; anyway, I would take it
for granted that without time to
spare for religious duties no one
would have time to inform them-
selves as to the attitude of cer-
tain individuals in public matters.
Who are these "old settlers?"
Who are the "old fogies"? Who
are the members of the "Chamber
When vou have answered one
In fact, the least thing that
could be said in their behalf, is, we
wish we had more like them, and
they are not in the "have nothing
to do with it," class.
Yours to serve,
J. M. MOOMAU,
Secretary Chamber of Commerce
court, and he has been in the hos-
pital for disability incurred in ac-
He has given honorable service,
Manager Billings certainly had
a big pile of empty cans and bot-
tles before his theatre on Friday
morning and the boys and girls
were still coming in with them. He
gave a ticket to any child under
12 for Tuesday afternoon's per-
formance, 4 to 6 o'clock, who
brought fifteen empty cans or bot-
tles to him, and has distributed
over 150 tickets representing over
2000 cans and bottles.
Mrs. W. H. Weller, sister of Mrs 1
W. N. Rucker, who has been visit-
ing friends at Wichita, returned on
Put those books out on your
porch or in your front yard by
Sunday morning so that the Ro-
tp.rians can get them. Give the
boys of your best; they certainly
and it is hoped that he will be wel- deserve it.
W. H. Hoy was in from his farm |
near Denver Friday morning on
his way to Ludlow, Mo., where he
expects to remain for six months
or more. Mrs. Hoy has been there i
for some time.
Robert C. Berry is in receipt of i
news of the arrival of his son,
Dr. Chas. Berry, from overseas, j
where he was a prominent member |
of the medical corps. He expects
to locate in Oklahoma City.
The Clement Mortgage Company
We have for sale at all times choice 6 P" «nt
farm mortgages ranging in amounts from $500.00 to' 5 • ' ount
cured by improved farms worth two and one half times
We also have for sale second lien notes, iunio/J? °u[
mortgages, only, running one and two years ra g g fully
from $50.00 to $200.00 netting 8 per cent, tax exempt, and fully
guaranteed as to payment at maturity.
Paid Capital $50,000.00.
CLEMENT MORTGAGE COMPANY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
If you want to spend the sum-
mer in a
question you have answered them j wr;te t0 j o. Roach, Foxton,
all. i Colorado, and learn his most
The Chamber of Commerce reasonable rates for rent of
members are composed of these cottages.
very people. As an organization
we are striving for improvements
in every sense of the word. We do
not expect to accomplish it all in
one day, but are proud of the fact
that the organization is active and
will not be content to "pat our-
selves on the back" and say good
"Foxton is on the Platte riv-1
er, thirty-four miles southwest j
of Denver on the Colorado and
.Southern surrounded by moun- |
tains. Pure air, pure water,1
best of accommodations — a j
place for families to hide away '
in the mountains, Furnished
enough, but always working for j cottages to rent in the forest
something better. ! on river and railway. A letter
You will find the members of j to Mr. Roach will bring you ]
this organization who have been j pictures of the place and the
called "old fogies," members of | cottages and full particulars-1
all other organizations that have Reservations must be made be- |
for its purnose ths betterment of
eur city. You will find that the
ones who donate with both time
and money in time of war as wel!
as in time of peace. They are the
the ones that help finance our
churches in a way that the student referring to them
and stranger within our gates may
find the proper environment, and
that the young lives may have the
proper influence to direct them
P. S.—Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Burke spent last summer at
Foxton, and Mr. and Mrs- E.
B. McCall the summer before.
Mr. Roach takes pleasure in
If Nearsighted—Be Farsighted
Come and see us
There's a hazy, dazed appearance to objects—it' re-
st Its in watery eyes; tired, sore and strained eyes—
headaches, indigestion, uncertain steps and ervous
Get our glasses and there's confidence, certainty,
and positiveness—efficiency, strength ad health.
Call and see us, over University Theatre.
C. F. TEEL, Optimetrist
Ten per cent discount on glasses—if you bring this adver-
tisement with you. Cut it out and present it before May 21
GXe Sad Tale
of a Sfiiri.
Yes, the tail of your shirt as well as the cuffs, col-
lar, neck band and front, presents a sad appearance
when done up the old hand sad iron way- Nothing
is more distasteful to a man than to wear a poorly
The business man, the young man,—the man who
cares, can have all the satisfaction he* desires in a
"just so" laundered and ironed shirt, even in the
most delicate fabrics, by sending it to the
Norman Steam Laundry
ARTHUR WILLIAMS, Mgr.
121 East Gray. Phone No. 71.
The Best oil stoves.
Hot Point Irons.
E. B. Kimberlm.
CAPS FOR MEN
AND YOUNG MEN
Ice Tea Glasses.
42 Piece Sets.
1001 Other Good Things Our Stock of Both
Hardware and Furniture is Complete
121 East Main Street,
1 HE FORDSON TRACTOR is the result of extensive trials
A and experiments covering a period of many years. Every e-
tail has been thoroughly tried out under actual farming conditions
and has proven that the Fordson is a success under all varying con-
ditions. It is low in first cost, reliable and efficient. It will pull
all farm implements and do the work generally done by horses on
the farm. The simplicity of its operation and construction will
appeal to you.
Com, in and let us show you the Fords„n Distributors to, Cleveland
advantages of owning a Fordson. an(j McClain counties.
Hot Point Elec-
tric Iron — Con-
venient and comfor-
table. Does away
with standing over
a hot stove to heat
—Make the break-
fast meal a pleasure
Electrify your home and
you electrify your life.
Folks who have really tried to find
reasons why they should not use elec-
tric power for cooking and living are
sutprised to discover that there aie
Turn your reasons over in your
mind, come to us and we will answer
The economy of electricity, its con-
venience, its satisfying effectiveness,
remove every possible objection. Its
comfort and coolness cake it the ideal
servant for the summer.
E. W. CRALLE AND CO.
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co-
get one of these fans
—8, 9, 10, 12, 16-
inch fans, straight
or osciLlatoring —
ready for your com-
Delightful to assist
in any meal—quick
and convenient —
prepare the meal
right at the table.
Great for a late lun-
cheon, when you
want something hot
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 18, 1919, newspaper, May 18, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114049/m1/4/: accessed July 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.