The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 258, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 1, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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NORMAN, OKLAHOMA. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
PREDICT FAIR WEATHER FOR MERCHANTS' MONTHLY DOLLAR DAY
SUIT IS FILED BY
M'CAU. FOR LEASE
ON THEATRE HOUSE
PETITION DEVELOPS FACT
THAT MRS. FLOOD HAS RE-
MARRIED TO OIL MAN
Suit was filed in district court yes-
terday by the S. K. McCall company,
through Judge W. L. Eagleton, its
attorney, against Mrs. Nannie J.
Greenwald, Ray C. Berry, Robert C.
Berry and Arthur Lewis, to enforce
the provisions of ?. certain lease or
contract entered into by Mrs. Green-
wald (formerly Flood) and the com-
pany last June, by which the com-
pany was to secure the building now
occupied by the University theatre
and add it to their present store
It is alleged that the contract was
fully entered into between Mrs.
Greenwald and the company, but
later Ray C. Berry went to the home
of the owner and induced her to re-
pudiate the lease and enter into one
with him for a term of five years.
The case is expected to come up
for adjudication at the next term of
district court, the company still be-
ing anxious to secure the building.
The filing of the petition develop-
ed the fact that Mrs. Flood has re-
married, an incident not generally
known in Norman. She was the
widow of Mr. Frank Flood, well
known carpenter and contractor
here for many years, and after her
husband's death removed to Drum-
right or Cushing, where she married
a Mr. Greenwald, an oil man, some
GROUND HOG DAY
Tomorrow, Fberuary 2, is Ground-
If the festive little rodent comcs
sut of his hole and the sun is shining
to such an extent as to cast his
shadow, and he sees it, he is sup-
posed to get scared and return pron-
to to his lair, pulling the hole in after
All of which is taken by some to
mean that we are to have "quite a
spell" more of cold weather. Some
people believe this, and don't stand
on their heads either
The following meetings are an-
nounced for the week at the Masonic
Monday evening, regular commun-
ication of Norman Lodge No. 83—
work in E. A. degree.
Tuesday evenin, regular meeting
of Norman Chapter No. 41, O. E. S.
Thursday evening, special conclave
of Norman Commandery No. 38—
work in Red Cross degree.
Friday evening, special commun-
ication of Norman Lodge No. 38—
work in F. C. degree.
Mr. Wm. Barr was able to be out
again Saturday after a two weeks'
siege in bed, caused by an accident
that almost paralyzed him. He was
fixing up a clothes line for Mrs. Barr
when the prop fell and hit him in
such a tender place on his spine that
he was knocked to the ground and
had to be carried to the house and to
his bed, where he lay for several
days unable to turn his body. He is
recovering, but still feels the effects
of the accident. His experience
should be a warning to husbands to
allow their wives to fix up their
, MONDAY AND TUESDAY
The Home of the Super-Silent
Wallace Reid in
Alias Mike Moran
A good drama from Fred-
erick Orin Bartilett's story
Good Keystone Comedy
Matinee 1 p. m. Continuous
Admission 10c and 20c -
Says Flu Is Grippe
Dr. H. C. Church, most pro-
minent physician of Canada, says
Chicago and New York have no
influenza at all.
"Not only ttiat," says the doctor
"but there will be no recurrence
of the influenza epidemic in this
generation. The cases reported so
faithfully from day to day in such
numbers are nothing more or
less than grippe.
"The symptoms are no different
and the death rates arc no higher
than the old and more familiar
SENATE CONDEMNED BY
DEMOCRATS OF COUNTY
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Johnson Will Be
Urged as Delegates to National
Convention at San Francisco
Eighteen men delegates and eigh-
teen women delegates were appoint-
ed to represent Cleveland county at
the state democratic convention held
at the courthouse Saturday afternoon.
L. L. McComb sailed the meeting
to order and those present Immedi-
ately began the business of the con-
vention. H. O. Miller was elected
chairman of the county organization
and Mrs. Robert Isom of Lexington,
Various resolutions praising the
work of President Wilson and con-
demning the actions of the senate ni
regard to the league of nations, en-
dorsing Ferris's and Swank's candi-
dacies, and other matters were pass-
ed. The Transcript will give them in
detail in Monday's issue.
The delegates appointed were:
Women—Mrs. John Lambert, Miss
Dorothy Bell, Mrs. Robert Isom,
Mrs. E. A. Foster, Mrs. C M. Grif-
fice, Mrs. W A. Britt, Mrs. E. J. Kel-
ler, Mrs. L. K. Brosius of Noble,
Mrs. E. Levy, Mrs. J. L. Goodwin,
of Moore, Mrs. Tom Keller of Lex-
ington, Mrs. Will Parnell of Lexing-
ton, Miss Ella Smalley, Mrs. Robert
Muldrow, Mrs. John Vicars, Mrs.
Cora HuH, Mrs. J. D. McOuire, and
Mrs. R. & Evans, of Lexington.
The men—E. B. Johnson, W. L.
Eagleton, R M. McBride, C. P.
Klinglesmith, H. L. Muldrow, Z. K.
Westervelt, R. M. Evans, R A. Isom,
John Hamil, S. G. Dyer, H. O. Miller,
W. R. Jennings, Paul Lesley, Robert
Muldrow, W. M. Newell, Phil Kidd.
Woodson Northeutt and Dr. C C.
The Cleveland county delegation at
the convention in Muskogee will urge
that Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Johnson be
selected as delegates to the national
convention at San Francisco.
A more complete report of yester-
day's convention will be given to-
BEST DOLLAR DAY
OF CAMPAIGN SET
FOR NEXT TUESDAY
MERCHANTS OFFER EXCEP-
TIONAL BARGAINS FOR
Bargains offered by the leading
merchants of Norman for Tuesday,
February 3, are ones which no one
can afford to miss.
It may have been the misfortune
of the merchants where you have at-
attended these doHar d^s at other
places, to place articles which you
did not need and for which you had
no use, on the special dollar list.
Norman merchants are offering
you common, every-day needed ar
tides, valued from $1.50 to $5.00,
staples which are used by everyone,
Despite the bad weather and the
poor conditions of the roads in Jan-
uary, the dollar days were well at-
tended and everyone saved many
dollars by purchasing the merchan-
The items offered you for Tuesday
are such that you cannot afford not
to come. You can supply any need
you have by participating in this
Read the page ad on page four and
then come in Tuesday and replenish
your stock. Many other bargains
besides those listed are offered.
Fair weather is predicted by the
weather bureau for Tuesday. The
roads will be in good shape by then,
so prepare now to drive in Tuesday.
NEWS TOLD BRIEFLY
Norman decisively won the debate
from Ada Friday night. Good argu-
ments were made on the part of both
participants, but the gem of the eve-
ning was made by James Buchanan.
First precinct, third ward, mem-
bers of the republican party will
meet at the Pickard garage on East
Main instead of the J. D. Pierson
grocery store, as stated on page five.
A silver loving cup will be given
to. Sunday school having the largest
increase of attendance of the univer-
sity bible classes, in a contest start-
ing today and en#ig February 29.
T. Earl Sullenger, religious secretary
of Y. M. C. A., is in chargc.
A combination of Cox and Wait#
was too much for Central state nor
mal last night, and they were de-
feated by the university five, 25 to 13.
Friends in Cleveland county and
elsewhere in the Fifth district are
pushing Fred Reed for delegate from
the district to the republican national
convention at Chicago in June.
Thrift programs were given in all
grades of the Washington school
Friday to clinch the talks and dis-
cussions of the value of saving that
had been made every day last week.
Are Risk of Depositor
Banks and bank depositors over
the country are very much inter- I
ested in a case now in the Third '
court of civil appeals of Texas,
involving the liability for loss sus- '
tained through raising of pencil
In this case a $5 check was
raised to $500 and cashed by the
The lower court held the bank
1 not liable, as the drawer of the
i check had not used diligence in
ESTIMATED AT 5000
RY LOCAL CITIZENS
ENUMERATORS TURN THEIR
REPORTS IN AND CENSUS
IS OVER FOR TEN YE*RS
| even the 5000 figure will show an in-
crease of something like thirty-five
There are, too, numerous families
living in homes in the suburbs of
the city who ought rightly to belong
to Norman's population.
Mrs. Ada Bowling and her sister-
in-in-law, Mrs. Bessie Harvey, came
down from Oklahoma City Saturday
and are visiting Mrs. Ed. H. Burke
and other Norman friends.
Guy Taylor and Mrs. M. F. Me-
Farland went to Oklahoma City
yesterday and turned in their reports
as census enumerators of Norman,
so it is now too late to get in any
more names of those who were miss-
ed, if any such there be.
It is the opinion of both Mr. Tay-
lor and Mrs. McFarland, however,
that very few, if any, have been
Quite a number of names were ad-
ded to the list by the activities of
the Chamber ef Commerce and the
Daily Transcript, but about half of
F«rris for Senate Clubs to be Organ-1 those who tkought they had been
ized in Cleveland County; Speaks missed had been properly enumerat-
SCOTT FERRIS TO
SPEAK IN NORMAN
at Court House.
Congressman Scott Ferris, can-
didate for the United States senate,
will arrive in Norman at 3 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon and speak at
the courthouse at 7:30 o'clock Wed-
Ferris desires to meet as many of
the good citizens of Norman and
Cleveland county as possible at that
time, stated a telegram from him to
John Barbour, received yesterday
The enumerators are not at liberty
to give out the figures or any in-
formation concerning the census,
and the official figures will not be
known for several weeks. A good
guess, however, is in the neighbor-
hood of 5000,
One who has kept pretty well in-
formed on the matter of Norman's
growth during the past ten years
thinks there are several years when
the population was about at a stand-
still if, indeed, it did not decrease
The population in 1910 was placed
at 3700 by the federal census, so that
As spring approaches, you are no
doubt making plans for improvements
on your farm.
That's a good idea.
Another equally good, is to see us
about the farm loan you will require.
We give prompt; service, and the very
lowest rates you will find anywhere m
Oklahoma. ' . " V'V
Call and discuss it with us anyway.
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
West Door Odd Fellows Bldg. Phone 2&0
Monday — Tuesday
Four Big Stars in a
Thomas H. Ince Production
in the greatest picture of their
The kind of a drama that
will make you stand up and
cheer—stupendous is the word
—and will be the talk of Nor-
man after it is shown.
A Vltagraph Big "V" Comedy
with Harry Mann and
A new chapter of Vitagraph
mith William Duncan, Joe
Ryan and Edith Johnson
A Pathe News will complete
the bill. See the very latest
happenings in pictures.
Coming Wednesday and Thurs-
day. — William Fox presents
Gladys Brockwell In "Chasing
Rainbows," in which beauty
conquers lawless men. "Gale
Henry in "The Faireretts" and
Pearl White in "The Black
A Power and Prestige
The things "not seen" oft'times
are more potent than the most
Among the plainly apparent
benefits of a Checking account
are safety, accuracy and con-
But perhaps even greater and
deeper than these are the exhil-
arating sense of power inspired
and the valuable prestige
which springs from business
You will not be completely
equipped for success till you
have an account. See us to-
The Farmers National Bank
THE BANK OF PERSONAL 8ERVICE
BUY YOUR HOME SITE NOW IN
We have a few lots left in this beautiful restricted addition. Two blocks west of Uni-
These lots are priced to sell.
If you want a home we will build it according to jrour own plans, and sell it to you on
tasy payments. i..
C. P. Landt
At Minteer Moto* Co. 7
Phone 319 / ft'
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