The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 252, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 25, 1920 Page: 3 of 6
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NORMAN, OKLA.
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WILL BE EFFECTED
North and South Factions Unite;
Many Changes in Rules of
Following action on Tuesday by a
joint commision of the Methodist
Episcopal churches, north and south,
held at LouisVille, Ky., when it was
recommended that the branches unite
and make one denomination, the two
Methodist churches of Norman will
probably become one church.
It may, however, and probably will
be some time before all the details of
the union are worked out.
Rtv. H. W. Lewis is pastor of the
First M. E. church of Norman and
Rev. W. L. Broome is pastor of the
M. E. church, South. Both have
large memberships and large con-
The recommendation of the joint
commission was unanimously adopt-
ed by the convention of one hundred
or more bishops, pastors and laymen
of both churches.
The merger plan provided that the
unified churches be named the
The recommendations of the com-
mission will be submitted to the gen-
eral conferences for final decision.
Under the new constitution of the
Methodist church there would be
a supreme general conference com-
posed of seven regional conferences.
Six of these would consist of white
members, averaging about 1,000,000
members each, and the other one
would embrace the entire negro
membership of 303,000.
The general conferences which
have governed the churches sinte
their division in 1846 after a disa-
greement over the slavery question
will lose some of their power. Re-
gional and local conferences would
have entire control of their respec
tive regions, except in general mat
ters. Bishops will be chosen by lo-
cal conferences, subject to confirma
tion by the general conference.
j REPUBLICAN COUNTY CON- and that. hc ti. no* i-.cpaie. u> cart
VENTION for their most exacting wants in fine
To the Republicans <?f Cleveland dress making.
County: ' Those planning die >>e>, will find
\ ou arc hereby notified t'la! a del- ^|rs sco„>s extensive experience of
egate convention of the republicans
of 'Cleveland county will be held at I great assistance, and are invited
the court house in Norman at two — —
o'clock on Thursday February 5th
1920. for the purpose of reorganiza-
tion of the County Committee and to
?ll at any time.
MRS. SCOTT'S SEWING SJIOP.
107 1-2 East Main. Phone 729
Mr- Arthur Williams spent Friday
in Oklahoma City, the guest of Mr
10 and Mrs. B. F. Williams.
Prof. Julio G. Berzauiiza arrived in Mi VV. C. Weir, Prof. S. W.
Norman Thursday from Van Buren, and Mr. E. W. Cralle were in Okla-'
Maine, and will take up his work homa City Friday conferringjvith
i next semester in the Spani-h Depart the contractor in regard to the new
ment of the University Baptist church.
select six delegates to the Stale Con
vention to be held at Oklahoma City
on February 11, 1920, and to the Fifth I
Congressional District Convention to
be held at Oklahoma City on ,
February 20, 19£0, and for the !
transaction of any other business |
which may properly come before the j
To select delegates to the conven- i
tion Precinct Caucuses will be held j
each precipe at Two O'clock in |
country precinct? and seven thirty
Hi. ih the cuy precincts on Monday
February 2, 1920. The following is j
the number of deffgates to the county
convention to which each precinct
entitled; on the basis of each ten
otes or major fraction thereof cast
for the republican nominee for gov-
ernor in the last election:
Precinct No. of Delegates
Noble City 6
Lexington City — 2
6-1 East 4
6-1 West 2
7-1 East 3
7-1 West - 3
7-2 West — 1
8-1 East 1
8-1 West - 3
9-1 East 2
9-1 West (Franklin) 2
9-1 West (Denver) 2
9-2 West 4
9-3 West - 3
10-1 East 2
10-1 West 2
10-2 West- - - 3
" 10-3 West 6
10-4 West — 2
Norman City ward 1 3
ward 2 2
ward 3 Precinctl— 2
ward 2 Precinct 2.-2
ward 4 3
Republican County Committee.
R. V. DOWNING, Chairman
R. F. ELLINGER, Secy.
L C. GILES PHONE 59 W. C. WEIR
Office—1 irst National Bank Building
Giles-Weir Investment Company
FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
Call and see us, we have pome good properties listed worth
the money. Sec us if you desire a loan on farm property.
If you have property for sale, liSt it with us.
Mis5 Vivian Edwards, who has
been in the hospital being treated
for stomach trouble, has returned to
her studies at the University.
Mr. Jake Lewis has been in th
hospital for the past two weeks, and
improved so much that he has bee
Miss Ruth Vine was operated upon
for appendicitis on Wednesday
is getting along nicely.
Mrs. J. D. Turner of Pauls Valley
is now : patint at she hospital,
her condition is reported satisfactory
as is that also #t Mrs. Vick and
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 $5,006.00, e-
cured by improved farms worth two and one half time* the amount
We also have for sale second lien notes, junior to our own first
mortgages, only, running one and two years ranging in amounta
from $50.00 to $200.00 netting 8 per cent, tax exempt, and fully
guaranteed as to payment at maturity.
PAID CAPITAL $75,000.00.
CLEMENT MORTGAGE COMPANY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
Mrs. C. C. Scott has just com-
pleted the furnishing of rooms over
the I. M. Jackson furniture store
where she will be prepared to do
plain and fancy sewing.
Mrs. Scott has been in this busi-
ness in Norman for several years
and has many friends who will be
glad to learn of her new lacation,
Good Buys in Norman
City Real Estate
Six room house and hath, barn, lot 50x140 feet,
half way from town to the University; 3 doors from
Jitny line. I'rice .$2500; terms.
Nine room house, hath, garage, on pavement,
100x140 foot lot. One of the nicest homes in Norman.
For sale or will trade for farm.
Six room house on West Side in one block of
pavement. Lot 75x140 feet. Price $2500; terms.
Call on, write or phone 23 about
these. We'll he glad to tell you more,
and take vou out to see them.
McDANIEL & MATTHEW
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
ast Main Telephone 23
The Democratic members of the bar
association of McClain county met
last week at Purcell and passed
strong resolutions favoring Judge
Swank for the nomination for Con
gress. They declare they know him
to be a "man of high honor, ability
and sterling character," and well
fitted for the position.
O. K. Transfer Co.
Office Phone 225
Residence Phone 505
New and Second Hand Goods
If you want to buy or want to sell
anything don't fail to call at
this ;tore, where you will be giv-
en a square deal in every way.
Fine line of new furniture at
prices that are very low.
Telephone 622 and let us tell
you about it.
S. D. MORGAN
215 W. Main. Phone 622.
SPEAKS TO THE PUBLIC
My father wai a skin specialist. For
7un he mode a study of that dread
There are two general tvp« of thU
trouble, namely Dry and Wet.
I have put father's two prescription*
for ttxwe troubles on the miukct. Do
not take a substitute. If your druggist
does not can y It ma.ke him get it for
you or write me.
Use Dry Zen sal for the dry, scaly
afcin and Moist Zeiis&l for the watery
Tov will ftnd Dry Zen sal good for
IDvee, Prickly Heat. Insect Bites. It
Irftl remove plpiplas and leave the skin
•oft. white and clear. A liberal Jar for
1W Zcual Cr «f Oklahoma Gtj, Okla.
Nab Darting, Pra«L
REED & FOSTER
Inner Tubes F ree
Automobile casings and tubes are sure to be higher,
but in order to more thoroughly introduce the
RACINE HORSESHOE BRAND
we are gong to give one of the best HORSESHOE inner
tubes FREE with each casing sold, beginning
Thursday January 22, 1920
The sale will continue until February 7, 1920. This
will mean a saving to you of from 17 to 22 per cent. Now
is the time to get your supply for the season.
CLOSE PRICE—QUICK SALE—CASH ONLY
Plain Horseshoe Tread
We also have many other sizes. All kinds of accessories.
One 1918 Dodge. One 1918 7-passenger Studebaker
One 1917 Veile and One Ford touring Car.
One 1918 Ford one-ton truck
All in A1 mechanical condition and worth the money.
We sell Maxwell and Chalmers automobiles and Maxwell Trucks
Holtzschue Motor Car Company
117-119 W. Main, Norman, Okla. Phone 28
Our Prices Mean Shop-
Buying your Grocery needs here
brings more than ;i monetary saving.
It brings a saving in health and strength
as well as added values in energy.
Puritv is the watchword of this store. All the
food-stuffs we handle must measure up to our high
standard of quality or they do not reach our shelves.
Below we mention a few <>f our "Economy Specials:"
1 box wipesap apples $3.25
1 can No. - l.ibby Kraut .10
1 can No. .1 Llbby kraut .15
1 can No. 10 aprfcot butter 1.15
1 can No. 10 spinach .85
l can No. 10 pineapple -95
1 can No. 10 tomatoes *95
2 packages None Such mince meat .25
1 package pitted prunes .*0
1 package fancy blue ribbon dried peaches .20
1 pan 25-oa. Health Club baking powder .20
1 can 50-OZ. Health Club baking powder .40
1 package Dromedary dates .25
1 package Royal raisins ... .18
1 packagc Two Crown raisins .20
1 can No. 3 California plums iij syrup .30
1 can No. 3 California grapes in syrup .35
2 packages dried corn *2.5
1 pound lirazil nuts -JO
i pound almond nuts .40
i pound pecans •}'
1 loaf Merit bread - - - -JO
3 pounds sugar •"
The Siore of fbrsonal Service
A Time and
So much of a woman's time is
spent in the kitchen preparing meals
that no labor-saving appliance can
compare with a new model, labor-sav-
ing Electric Range.
There is nothing erperimental about it. Science
has given the Electric Range to the housewife to
enable her to cook better with less time and effort.
The new Electric ranges have automatic control,
enabling the housewife to place her /oast in the oven
and forgeet it. She may then go shopping, visit -
ing, or devote her leisure to other matters. The
roa-t will cook perfectly without further attention
The housewife will do well to ask her dealer
about these wonderful ranges.
Oklahoma Gas& Electric Co.
FRANK CARDER, Mgr.
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 252, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 25, 1920, newspaper, January 25, 1920; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114258/m1/3/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.