The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 71, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 22, 1919 Page: 6 of 8
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
§11 Celebration that Will Cost
™'50,000 and Have Interesting
id Unique Features — Will
i «atn ' from Ml Over the World.
olumbus, ().. June 18.—When
three wise men from the east,
tig their careeninK camels, fol-
l;d the truiiling: star to Bethle-
t find Jesus so that they
,ht brine him their pifts of
ikincense and myrrh, they did
|at o honor Him "who had been
i King of the Jews."
|Lhey were forerunners of count-
l, crusaders and pilgrims, who
'.he a.ris that followed, >uut:lit
lo homage to Him who is now
nowledi_red to be the Kinp: of
Kme hundreds of thousands of
T| .thodists and other Christians
"^ilRrims of the present day-
ling from east and west, from
Jlth and south—many .if them
he 11 the uttermost parts of the
Vth—in ship and train and trol-
car, in carriage and stage and
lomobile visiting Columbus dur-
the centenary celebration of
thodist missions, June 20th to
_Jy 31st. will see what has been
P mght in the name of the same
llus thru the preaching of His
|: pel during 100 years in every
j d and among every race by the
thodist Episcopal church.
ust a quick glance at some of ;
I outstanding facts about the j
•brution. It will cost $750,00(1
bring together the people anil
equipment for the celebration,!
maintain it for 24 consecutive j
•s, and to carry out the pro-1
. m of pageantry, music, pa- 1
es, fireworks, motion pictures,
nonstrations and addresses.
4usic will be furnished by a '
nphony orchestra of 100 pieces, \
,ss bands, a trombone choir of
hi pieces, a chorus of 2500 voices |
'•hildren's choir of 1500 and the |
I v $50,000 organ, built especial 1
[ for the celebracion, besides well
>wn quartets and soloists.
j Ten thousand "stewards" will
jjve in various parts of the
rounds and in the buildings, ex-
lining the details of thf ex-
\ thousand cadets from Metho-
t schools will have an encamp-
nt under the direction of an
ny officer, Maj. Gen. Leonard
jod having consented to serve
Visitors will drop unexpectedly
o a street in Peking, spend a
lple of hours in the heart of an
rican village, cross a bridge
er a pool and find themselves
in Japan; take a few steps fur.
ther and be in Alaska, the land of
! snows and romance.
I There will be a reproduction of
an European church shelled by the
• Germans, and thru its battered
| walls you may see the devastated
i village just beyond.
i A section of the great "Chinese
Wall" will be shown, "life size,
and the China building with its
pagodas and shops and chop suey
restaurants, its monastery and
hospital and theatre, its schools
and industries and farms and
temples will be typical of what
may be seen in the African, Jap-
anese, India and other buildings,
all in actual operation, and most-
ly conducted by the thousand
people who are coming from all
lands to help in the celebration.
okla law school
admitted to bar
Oklahoma City, June 20 —The
twenty-seven successful applicants
who have just finished the exami-
nation for admission to practice
law in Oklahoma, were formally
admitted to the bar of the state
by the supreme court at 10 o clock
this morning. The grading of the
papers of the applicants was com-
pleted yesterday by the state bar
commission. Many of them were
graduates of the Law Department
of the University, Class of 101!).
K. H. Lott of Oklahoma City,
law clerk to Justice J. F. Sharp,
of the supreme court, with 1,664
points made the highest record.
Other successful contenders were:
L. E. Becknell, Okemah; H. H.
Cook, Atoka; J. H. Cerny, Chand-
ler; C. B. Ellard, Anadarko; ^lr?
A A Pitnev Yukon; C.| Elmer Phillips Home: Carrying
II Par'rick, Oklahoma City; J. E two gold strlP^ °n
Rvan Rushville Ind.; I D. Ross, eating at least a year s ser™
Nowata; L. S. Reed, Hobart; Stan 1 overseas Elmer Phillips son
ley Williams, Caddo; V. P. Wilson Hill Ph.lhp*. and^ brother of ;
gladdest boy to get home safe and
sound that we've seen. He made a
good record as member of Co. C
357th Infantry, 90th Division, and
was given a warm welcome by his
ble, Oklahoma City; C. W. Gar_
rett, Muskogee; P. B. Holtzendorff
Jr., Claremore; J. F. Hatcher,
Stonewall; J. F. Hunt, Tulsa; H.
K Lott, Oklahoma City; J. R Mc-
Ciendon, Madill; W. G. McWhor-
ter, Tulsa; J. N. Mabry, Weather-
ford; G. B. Moore, Muskogee; J. S.
Moss, Porter; B. S. Null, Hart-
A Veteran of the Civil War Writes: I had occasion to take
a trip with my wife and grand-daughter, and I made the trip ot
351 miles as shown by my speedometer in the elapsed time; ot
eleven hours and forty-nine minutes nom Cincinnati to Chicago.
I averaged 25 1-10 miles per gallon for the tup and drove the
car the entire distance myself.
Chevrolet "Four-Xinetv" Touring-
comfortable to ride in, and easy to
t has weight enough to keep to the
times. It has' ample spring
The seats are well upholster-
ed, deep and
to handle in
roomy. And it
is an easy car
If you are interested in a profitable and pleasurable
investment, come in and inspect our line of Chevrolet
models, then ride in one. You will be surprised how en-
joyable and smooth riding they really are, and their
economy of operation will also interest you.
Nolan & Martin
Hardware and Implements
Chevrolet Cars and Accessories •
(ikof ■ is
IN remembrance of the loved one who has passed
to that heavenly home; the cherished one who
while here made your life happier and brighter.
Was it the tiny baby hands whose gladsome
touch you loved so well, or the welcome smile of
your wife who met you when you returned from
the day's toil in the evening?
Cherish that memory; make the last resting
place one of sacred thoughts and cares—teach the
young hearts to reverence and respect that memory
by making the burial plot a place of enduring
Captivating for picnic
dinners, luncheons, or
when served at any meal.
It improves the flavor
of roast beef, roast pork,
steaks, fried chicken, ham
and all other meats and
salads; adds that touch
of flavor that only' Dur-
kee's Salad Dressing can
Durkee's Salad Dress-
ing is a rich wholesome
mayonaise dressing with
a flavor distinctively its
own. Prepared with great
care and only from choice
condiments and purest ob-
Order Durkee's Salad
Dressing and improve
The Store of White
Bring Us Your Old Worn Out
We will make you an adjustment on any ma^e of ^
We handle the best lines of casings and tu e.
Hoods, Racines, Firestones
HOLTZSCHUE MOTOR CAR COMPANY
w, will del,v"°hi2and install anjwta "whWn Ii e miles
F. 0. B.
A car load ol Fordson Trjc.ors on the road-expected to arrive any day^
The Fordson is the ideal tractor for the (arm. and the new
FOB factory will be an inducement for you to place your order n
°ne wo weeks we have sold seventeen o, these tractors, and they
are all giving satisfaction.
Distributors for McClain and Cleveland Counties
Make Up Your Mind
To Build Or Repair Now
There is no need to put off building a new home or repairing your, old
one in the hope of getting materials cheaper. If you put it off in proba-
bilities it will cost you more in the future.
See our complete stock of building materials and get our prices. No
matter what it is you can find what you want at this yard.
Use Monarch 100 per cent pure paint and varnishes. It will make the
old house look like new inside and out. No better paint on the market-
wears longer and looks better—it is guaranteed.
Our Vulcanite Roofing and Slate Surfaced Shingles ares the very
thing for that leaky roof. Colors red and green.
Erect a memorial—one that does justice t<> the
loving memory of the departed member of your
family. Call and see the material we have on hand
to fill your most exacting needs. Select a design ol
beauty and simplicity with the assurance that we
will execute your order with care and precision.
Norman Monument \\ orks
G. W. BEARD
Designer and Manufacturer of Memorials off Granite and Marble.
Carey, Lombard, Young &
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 71, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 22, 1919, newspaper, June 22, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114080/m1/6/: accessed March 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.