The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 85, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 9, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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The Dai!y Transcript, Norman. Oklahoma
W. W. Barto went to Norman on
Friday after his daughter, Miss
Miss Mabel Fox, accompanied ' ^lad>'s; who _is attending school at
by her father, Mr. Chas. Fox, call
ed on their grandmother, Mrs.
John Echols, Friday.
Carl Echols was here last week
from Tuttle visiting relatives and
attended the celebration at Nor-
man on the Fourth.
"Miss Nellie Janes spent last
week hi Norman with relatives.
Married: Miss Ola Holiday
and Mr. Jimmie Wilson went to
Norman on Sunday and were
quietly married. Both are very
popular young people of the New-
castle neighborhood and have
many friends to wish them well in
their new life. A number of their
friends accompanied them to Nor-
man to see the happy couple start
on their wedding journey. They
will spend this week with rela-
tives and then be "at home" at the
home of the groom's parents,
where he has his crops.
Mrs. John Echols visited Mrs. C.
B. Dye Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dye and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Dye and family and Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Monroe formed a merry din-
ner party at the celebration at
that place, the occasion for the
trip being the serious illness of
her mother. We all trust she will
The showers last week prevent-
ed the threshing of whe«t as
planned, but Mr. Dickerson hopes
to get in good work this week.
Miss Viva Dye is visiting home
folks this week.
Misses Bertha and Viola Smith
were visitors at the Fairview
The Baptist church will hold
their annual revival at Newcastle
next month conducted by Rev.
Miss Annalee Janes is visiting
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Geo. Deskin and little
brother are here visiting with kin
Tom Sharp is here visiting his
Mrs. flarence Smith is enjoying
a visit from her soldier brother,
Messrs. Will and Jim Deskin
had their soldier brother and wife
as their guests on the Fourth.
Hall Barefott and Buddie Allen
You save one-third of your pur- ' Don't fail t0 see the be'autiful I«
chase on vacation necessities at line of new style dresses just ar-
Mayfield's this week. j rived at Rucker's.
We have on hand a good assortment, all sizes
WEED TIRE CHAINS
A FEW TRUCK CHAINS.
Holtzschue Motor Car Co
PHONE 28 107 EAST MAIN ST.
Norman on the Fourth.
Fred Ezzell has gone to Devol, ma<^e Oklahoma City a visit on
Okla., to work in the harvest ' r'day.
Mrs. John Echols spent last
week with her daughter, Mrs. !
Misses Bertie and Nina Holiday
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. |
Hugh Price on Sunday.
Misses Tine Fischer and Emma
Borguise came up from Purcell on
Friday to attend the home coming
celebration at Norman, and Miss
Tena spent the afternoon and
evening with her sisters. Misses ~
Henrietta and Elsa Fischer. j $4.50 canvas pump's on sale~for
McClain county was represented [ on'y at Rucker's.
by many Newcastle and Lindsay
Ridge people at the celebration at Caught in a Baler: While Gar-
Norman on Friday. i ^'e'r' Leach was attempting to ad-
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and family just a belt while his baler was J
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al- running, on Monday, his clothing
bert Short on Friday. i v as cau£ht in the machinery and-;
Miss Belle Dilbeck of Blanchard wen' round and around ami
visited last week with Miss Luella j was f'lla"y slamed against the
Hodges in Norman. j Kr°und, receiving a badly gashed
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dye were i 'lea(' a"1' sprained arm, besides
in Norman on Tuesday, called to numerous minor bruises. He is
see the doctor and dentist about a^'e to '5e out and about, but it
a "rising" in his head. The remov- j w'" some time before he can
al of an ulcerated tooth greatly re- j make a full hand. Hereafter he'll
lieved him. j stoP the machinery, he says, be-
Mark Boshell attended the pic- ' fore attpmPt'nE to fix it.
nic at Norman on the Fourth, 'just
to take the children,' but that does
not explain his presence there on
Thursday, "all by his self."
E. W. Standley visited his neph-
ew and neice, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Standley in Norman on Friday.
Newcastle contributed quite lib-
erally to the Blanchard picnic on
Miss Mabel was the guest of
Norman friends on Friday and
Leslie Blanchard, who lives near
Noble, has returned from the
Wheatland wheat fields, reporting
little work being done on account
of rains, and the yield light.
Mr. and Mrs. Qllie Huckaby of
Qklahoma City, and Miss Esther
Dye and little brother, Bailey, and
Mr. Lee Adudell were Sunday din-
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Hon. and Mrs. H. Q. Miller and
daughter, Miss Mary, were over
from Cleveland county on Sunday,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
Mrs. Charlie Fisk and little
daughter spent last week with her
mother, Mrs. France, near Denver.
Miss Lena Janes visited last
week in Norman with her cousin,
Miss Myrtle Stansberry.
Rev. Jesse Ward, Misses Nellie
Janes and Lillie Aduddell and Es-
tridge and Kyle Smith were guests
at the Charles Price home on Sun-
day. In the afternoon the young
ladies and Miss Lola Price -isitej
Misses Alice and Marie Haun
MAYBE THIS EXPLAINS IT.
Notice is hereby given that I,
the undersigned, W. D. January,
who on the 25th day of March,
191G, was convicted in the Dis-
trict Court of Cleveland County,
Oklahoma, of the murder, of
Milton Keck, in said Cleveland
County, Oklahoma, and who was,
by the District Court of Cleveland
County, Oklahoma, on the 31st
■Jay cf March, 191(i, sentenced by
*j.d District Court to serve his
natural life-time in the State
Penitentiary of the State of Okla-
homa, will, on the 1st day of
August, 1919, and after 4 weeks
publication of this notice, make
application to the Governor of the
State of Oklahoma and the par-
don authorities of the State of Ok-
lahoma for a pardon or parole
from said conviction and sen-
Witness my hand this 30th day
of June, 1919.
W. D. January, Defendant.
By Williams & Luttrell, At-
torneys for said W. D. January.
An American teacher was try-
ing to impress upon a 'class of
. .nail children the Itjs^on suggest-
1 by the anriversary of George
V.rashington's birth. Special em-
'lasis was laid upon the fact tha
:'2 never told n lio.
One little foc was much impress-
ed by this unu.:u;il decree of vir-
i ue, and in hs. effort to account
• '• it startled the t.acher with
"Couldn't he talk?"
No Wicks—Lights Instantly—Burns Like Gas
We have just received a small shipment
of Detroit Vapor Oil Stoves.- This is the
only oil stove without a wick. Lights in-
stantly and at once you have an intensely
hot blue flame directly under the cooking"
Burns kerosene, gasolene or distillate—19 hours to
a gallon. More economical.
Call and get one of these stoves this week, as they
Minteer Hardware Company
Corner Main and Peters
The Norman Steam Laundry has been purchased by
Wm. Morgan Jr. and L. C. Lindsay and will be operated
under the management of L. C. Lindsay in the future.
\\ e expect to tear down frame building and replace
same with a modern brick building 50x140 feet in which
we will install a new line of modern laundry machinery.
Change in Prices
\\ liile this is our first experience in the laundry busi-
iness we believe that by making a liberal reduction in the
present prices we can induce a great many families that
v vc now doing their washings to send them to the Norman
Steam Laundry thereby increasing our business and keep-
ing the machinery running. Therefore beginning Mon-
day, July 14th, and until further notice, all laundry work
will be billed at present prices less a discount of 25 per
cent, making a net reduction of one-fourth of the face
amount of your bills.
Will be our motto and all calls will be answered
promptly, your laundry finished and returned with dis-
Why let the wife bend over the wash tub these hot
days when you can get vour washing done for these
before the war prices. Think it over and call phone 71.
NORMAN STEAM LAUNDRY
L. C. LINDSAY, Manager
Why a Dixie WeaVe?
This hot weather is an-
swer enough. A Dixie
Weave suit is like a cool sea
breeze or an electric fan.
Part of our service is to see
that you get clothes comfort
the other part is to see that
you get style and satisfac-
Hart Schaffner & Marx
give you more of the things you want
than any other summer clothes we
know of. Sizes and styles for every-
Normans Greatest Store
i \ il
Copyright 1919 Ilarl Schaffner Sc Marx
Hot Spot Chalmers
Nigh Trouble Proof
a wsi troubles in a ear come from faulty lubrication.
An authority remarked the other day that 75% of all
troubles could he traced to this cause.
A former professor at Yale said: "Give a car plenty of
lubrication and it will take care of itself."
Now here's how the I lot Spot Chalmers happens to be
free of lubrication ailments.
Hot Spot "heats up
that when !
it on to the cylinders i'
No raw psriT' do v.
to thin out the !ubr' ;t
the raw gas, "turns it ir.to a vapor
c ingenious Ram's horn has passed
tons into t!".- e
In engirc <
b.ic'i things you rarely experience in a
Ghahner: and then only through extreme per-
See '.he modern engine n «'
the Hot Spot C hain era,
era dth— r~) '
in the modern car-
one of t': ■ fev "iv;
HOLTZSCHUE MOTOR CAR CO.
Chalmers Cars and Service
Phone 28 107 E. Main
/ jMzzai'Jir i, . ~ '■ —T. V-iLU'Jivv Ti.
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