The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 83, Ed. 1 Monday, July 7, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
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Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Prickett,
formerly well known residents of
Norman, are now living at Bur-
nett, Calif., and doing well.
Misses Lura Blanchard, Opal
Wilson and Majorie Calhoun, all
of Purcell, spent Friday with Miss
Lucile Blanchard, wh0 is attending
New arrival of ladies waists of
crepe De Chine and Georgette
Crepe at Rucker's.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moore and
daughters, Ruth and Virgie, are
home from El Reno where they
visited Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hyde.
$2.00 men's sport shirts, high
collars, for $1.00 at Rucker's.
Got Lots of Books: J. L. Reader,
who managed the collection of
books for the American Book as-
sociation in Oklahoma, secur-
ed 3200 books for the soldiers, and
is in receipt of a letter from head
quarters thanking him for Okla-
homa's liberal donation.
SG.50 white canvas oxfords on
sale Tuesday for only $4.95 at
Mrs. W. O. Dodson and daugh-
ter, Miss ■ Mary June, of Willow,
Oklahoma, are here the guc ! of
her sister, Mrs. T. P. C'.ay.
$10.00 men's cool cloth suits for
$G.95 at Rucker's.
John Merkle was a'business vis-
itor in Oklahoma City on Satur-
Mrs. Cecil Dickerson and son o-
Fort Worta are visiting her par-
ents,'Mr. and Mrs. S. II. McCall.
Mr. and Mr*. L. C. Lindsay and
daughter. Miss Thelma, were Ok-
lahoma City visitors on Thursday
LIKE MeLUKE SAY'S
. i.vcragp man -is willing to
let his own business got to pot
whilj he lulls you how to run your
«)f* ia- '• ij none of our bus-
| ir.ess. But judging from the
' transparent things the girls are
wearing they must imagine that
the men are near-sighted.
And, at that, the man who is
wearing transparent B. V. D.
pants has n0 business laughing at
the girl in the silhouette skirt.
As a rule, father never gets any
attention at home until he is too
sick to appreciate it.
Every man knows one fellow
who hasn't any faults. And he
doesn't have to get up out of his
j chair to find him.
When a womar. goes to ti^j
' races and bsts on a 7-yearold
maiden and the nag doesn't win
1 she remembers that she broke a
! looking glass a few years ago.
A woman is supposed to have
more sense than a man. But when
a man buys a pair of shoes he
doesn't insist on having shoes that
have heels that are longer than
' the toes.
There is always something to
be thankful for. The war and the
draft seem to have killed off the
crip f ma!.' Lizzies and male so-
The f'.'st time a man takes a
rnilro; d trip after lie takes out an
accident po!:cy he is kind of peev-
ed because t!.3 train wasn't wreck-
It doesn't take a wife long to
notice that her husband seems to
display more curiosity when he is
looking • ' oth' ' g'rls than when
he i3 looking at her.
When people do not like a man
t'' > :.y o v i other people, but
r. ■ • •• ,y -to .o the man himself.
Vi is q;; er fish. He pays no
r.::c.:i:cn to a .nee-high stocking
dis| v ;.t a 1 ithing beach, but
. . 1)2 sees the same
display *>!.■. u a girl is wearing a
Leader of the Senate.
for the Mo. of April was laid over.
1 The report of J B Whelis sheriff
for the Mo. of May was laid over.
The report of B F Clay Deputy
sheriff for the Mo of May was
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■ ^v- PA**
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You probably know something
of this ifotable man. He is U. S.
Senator Lodge from Massachus-
| etts and prominent figure in our
politics. Theodore Roosevelt' said
of him in 1916: "He has been on
the whole the member with the
largest vision and the most intel-
ligent devotion to American needs
' that we have on the Foreign Af-
fairs Committee during this gen-
eration." He will play an import-
ant part in the senate discussion
of the peace treaty, particularly
as chairman of the Foreign Rela-
I tions Committee.
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
This medicine always wins the
good opinion if not the praise of
those who use it. Try it when you
have need of such a remedy. Adv.
In the mater of Resolutions
A RESOLUTION CREATING A
TOWNSHIP TO BE NAMiiD
"STELLA" TOWNSHIP" AND
TO BE COMPRISED OF THAT
TERRITORY LYING AND
SITUATED IN CLEVELAND
COU N T Y, WHICH IS IN
TOWNSHIP TEN (10) RANGE
ONE (1) EAST OF" THE IND-
Whereas, Certain tax payers of
Little River Township living in
the territory described in the cap-
tion hereof have filed their petit-
ion asking that such territory be
made a township in itself, and,
Whereas, we find that such ter-
ritory contains thirtysix square
miles and more than three hund-
red inhabitants, and,
Whereas, we find that said ter-
ritory should constitute a town-
ship in itself, now therefore,
BE T RESOLVED BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF CLEVELAND
Sec. 1, That all of that terri-
tory lying in said County of Cleve
land which is in township Ten
(10) Range one (1) East Meri-
dian be and the same is hereby
made a Township to be named
Sec. 2, That the Clerk is hereby
ordered to make a plat and re-
cord of such Township specifying
its name and bound ries, which
plat and record he shall keep in
Adopted and. approved this 4th.
day of June, 1919,
In the Matter of Allowing Coun-
ty Road Claims.
Loss of Appetite.
' As a general rule there is noth-
■ ing serious about a loss of appe-
j tite, and if you skip a meal or only
eat two meals a day for a few
days you will soon have a relish
for your meals when meal time
' comes. Bear in mind that at least
| five hours should always elapse
j between meals so as to give the
food ample time to digest and the
stomach a period of rest before a
second meal is taken. Then if you
eat nQ «iore than you crave and
ta kea reasonable amount of out-
door exeraise every day you will
not need to worry about your ap-
petite. When the loss of appetite
is caused by constipation as is
often the case, that should be cor-
rected at once. A dose of Cham-
berlain's Tablets will do it. Adv.
Summer Complaint in Children
| There :3 not anything like so
many deaths from this disease
now as before Chamberlain's Colic
and Diarrhoea Remedy came into
such general use When this rem-
edy is given with castor oil as di-
of anything 1 have ever used for
j rected and proper care is talceil
;to diet, it is safe to say that fl
ninety-nine out of every hun(|
i a-' m is er Mr. W. G. Campl
of Butler, Tenn., says, "1 11
used Chamberlain's Colic and l|
rhoea Remedy for summer
plaint in children, it is far all
To Viffht Bolshevism
Dr. Edwin DeBarr and daughter.
Miss Hilda ,were dinner guests of
Prof, and Mrs, J. F. Paxton on
Mr. and Mrs. G T. Childress and
daughter, Miss Dora Dean, motor-
ed over from Collinsville, Okla..
on Thursday and are the guests "f
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McFerron. Mr.
Childress is proprietor of a mill
at Collinsville, and his numerous
Norman friends will be pleased ti
learn he is prospering. They like
Collinsville, but really think there
is no place like Norman and see
great improvement in our city
since their last visit.
The Clement Mortgage Company
We have for sale at all times choice 6 per cent, tax exempt,
farm mortgages ranging in amounts from $500.00 to $5,000.00, se-
cured by improved farms worth two and one half times the amount
We also have for sale second lien notes, junior to our own first
mortgages, only, running one and two years ranging in amounts
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.
ARE YOU GOING TO
Home of Your
You will be in-
terested in our
beautiful line of
solid bronze build-
You may get these to
match your interior fin-
ish and decorations—in
plain or ornamental de-
signs and patterns.
Wi will be glad to show
you this line of hardware.
Come in and sec them be-
fore you decide what style
md kind you will have in
MAIN AND PETERS
A Place of Safety for
Once tried, you will appreciate the
REAL VALUE you receive at the New
You drive your car to our door, where
we assume all responsibility for the car
and its contents while in storage.
While in our large, fire-proof storage
room an etficient workman inspects your
car—tests the tires, engine, sees to the oil,
gas and water, and a report is given to
von when you call for the car.
Tljiis Sfrvj|e tviU save you money in the upkeep of |
the car. because we look alter the little tilings that you
haven't lite time or inclination to do; will assure you
against loss of parts or articles you may have in your car.
You will like the service and appreciate it when you
Start the next month on the Safety
basis—bring your car to the Palace.
THE PALACE GARAGE
306-308-310-312 East Main. Phone 19.
W. A. Jansing
NOTICE TO FARMERS OF
CLEVELAND AND McCLAIN
Havinp re-purchased the Cont'
nental Fire Insurance Agency of
Vincent and Muldrow of Norman,
we take pleasure in anouncing to
our friends and former patrons,
that we are back on the job, and
are now ready to look careful!"
after your fire, tornado and hail
insurance. And hail damages to
growing crops. We will insure
you against total loss or damage
to your house, barn feed or stocV
Also carry automobile insurance
protecting you against fire and
theft. It is extra good policy to
have your farm policies written by
an experienced agency. Also
farm loans at lowest terms.
We will appreciate your busi-
102'/2 E. Main Street, Shawnee.
Phone No. 860. El-3t
Mj/t milts per gallon
XIorr wiles on tnei
i'leuer.ck W. Gillett, Speaker
of the House cf Representatives,
who says Con-.r •.« v'll act vigor-
ously to curb Bolshevism by
strengthening the laws aimed to 1
rerch offenders a;ra'r..;t the Gov-
ernment of tho United States. j
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims :
against estate of Aileay Crisp, de-
ceased, are required, to present
the same with necessary vouch- j
ers, to the undersigned John M.
Crisp, Administrator, at the office |
of the County Jud;;e, within four '
months of th? date hereof, or the I
same will be forever barred.
Dated this 54th dav of June,
John M. Crisp, Administrator,
Just what you've wanted all
this long time—we've just got
'em in. Colors of !
gray, brown, green.
Come in and try
hit. S. KIM 'j&ju ...
East Main Street
The 300,000 Maxwells
the Same Story
.. B . . JL w
The Hot Point is the Best
Make your ironing a time and mon-
ey saving operation. Conserve your
strength, maintain your good health
and preserve your beauty by abolish-
ing the laborious method of ironing
with the old fashioned iron.
Use an electric iron and save steps—
steps that sap your strength and ener-
gy—the needless steps you take when
ironing the old way.
OKLAHOMA GAS & ELEC-
TRIC COMPANY■ ■
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L -ili. ~ lC
WELL first caught on in those sections
America where grades are long and
. where roads are none too good,
; nee; arc great, and where few cars
' :r;ad'3 good.
Y lay you could visit those places, those
-so.'Tic of them hundreds and hundreds of
s .-c- would see the Maxwell the
Vi "■ [r.;:well areas," so to speak, have
u .'.ho nation-wide—even world-wide
-y—far 'iho ell thing ; good, news travels fast.
Today there's no rp: t of : ..uenoe where
cvvell cannot' e found v. over-fijereaeittg numbers.
3eco.—;3 I'l W' '1 ' > a marked de-
.• thr.t: r , :o . . ; : v v one seeks in a
.if car—everastirj;; ,re: -ability.
Vhi:• .'ooti, L'!./; oi the Maxwell was
bo ili; •domi'v' 'rail.
Instead z2 a '!: a. I .... ;; not" .1 every year with
•reruent -xpensiv.-j changes in design (changes
cc-J!y to the purcha. - a very simpie Maxwell
'esigned /ivo years ai o.
A. d r: .00 th; i 'ime ho radical chance j L^ve
r j ncv/ bui'i:, \-.v'c instead a
o.iily : ' proces$ has gone
t . lx v 13..'i ■ : . •* -!1 (ells the same
.. I •_ i.Lc * ue, more refined,
cuirr'- "••••: ... Out ic wo'.ild
L nvrolv a 1919
HOLTZSCHUE MOTOR CAR CO.
Maxwell Cars and Service
Phone 28 107 E. Main
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 83, Ed. 1 Monday, July 7, 1919, newspaper, July 7, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114090/m1/3/?q=%22Milton%20Keck%22: accessed June 24, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.