The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 22, 1920 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT. NORMAN, OK' V IA.
fubli*he«J every neui<
ti. Sunday moruii ^
Publishing «. o.. N
ion r* c<pi ^atuiUy
, the Trantcrip'
Entered at second 4M mtttci J>ru«rv
UH4. at the i ustottt>-c. Norman. Oklahoma
ler act of congistk ol Mai eli J. lU7v.
lAILY SUHSiKIFTlON RATES
rt> mail, out of I leve'.and Cuumy 55.01
H mail, one yeai
Hy mail, montl '00
K\ carrier, one week -10
Office, 215 E. Main St. T*hone «
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
There were fewer real estate trans-
fers recorded at the office of the
county clerk yesterday than tor
sometime, records show. Those rec-
J. L. Corbett, county treasurer, to
M. Endicott, tax deed to lots 9, 10
and 11 of section JO. township H,
range 2 west of the Indian Meridian.
The Church of (.'hrUt of Moore,
through Sarah I. Decker, C. U.
Meloy, Zeal K McAllister, to Wil-
liam H Flood, lots 13, 14, 15, arid
16, in block '7 of the town of Moore,
A building permit was issued yes-
terday to W. 11. l letharty, of *22
Almeda street, to construct a $l,OU0
addition to his home.
A "Dust Sandwich*'
The story of th< Oklahoma man
who buried one of his yoke of < x
en which had perished from -nil-
stroke only to return and find the
other one frozen to death scarcely
holds a candle to the varied weather
Ushered in with a light shower,
followed by bright blur skies ov
head, climaxed the fifty-four mile
an hour gale and an unprecedented
dust and sand storm with tempera
tnres ranging from 7** to 48 degrees,
and finally led out by the nose with
a short shower at 11 o'clock at night
is Sunday's unique history. It wa
a dust sandwich.
Damage to growing crops by drif-
ting sand is reported in many s
A bright morning sky and warm
sun lured women into a belated Eo
ter dress parade. Participants
scampered to cover and heavy wraps
in the afternoon, when a sickly pall
Enveloped the city and dust conceal
ed the sun.
It begins to look now Wednes-
day, like we might have some real
spring days, the old fashioned kind
that we used to have when you and
I were boys. You remember 'em.
How Old Is an Orphan?
lip to what age ra l one call one-
elf an orphan? This is the question
which Lieut. E. W. Tuckcrman. of
the American Red Cross asked him-
self the other day when he proceeded
' distribute garments to 400 orp-
hans in Tirara, Albania. A v-oman
in rags presented herself. She
swore that she was an orphan and
stated that she was 87 years old. She
was given her share in the disthi
The Dallas News is complaining
of a shortage of print paper, and is
curtaining its daily and Sunday is
sue*. The Dalily Ardmoreite w s
not able to s.,ue its last Sunday's
edition until tale i:i tii3 aftorno*. :i
on account of the paper shortage,
and other papers are in a like rendi-
tion. Verily, the way of \ new p^-
1 tr man is a hard one these days.
"SANDWICH GIRL" APPEALS •*
FOR AID FDR WAR VICTIMS
We are all familiar with the «&d
ttme "sandwich" man who advertised
hit employer's wares with signs oar
i ied fore and aft. But here iu a 192"
innovation the "sandwich" girl.
Wh«n Mrs. Roy Graham, a member
of Oklahoma City's younger society
set, heard of the terrible suffering
among Europe's starving war victims,
she volunteered her services to the
Oklahoma Jewish Relief Committee
T'le comrifttee is enidacting a can
titer* ■:* . • "V. «
paign for iunds to save the lives of !
homeless, hungry Jews abroad.
MVh Graham hit upon the unique
idea of the "sandwich" sign. Gov. J.
B. A. Robertson, a personal friend of
Mrs. Graham, autographed the Jewish I
relief poster, and the young lady began
doing her "bit" by displaying the ap
peal lor relief funds.
The Short Cat Wu
PERCY L. CROSBY
% br Uio MeClara I
That S Tne KINP
Of ICuY I AM.
L I wah r to
fou rnow Mt,
TIMMIC- I'll TRY
ANY7)i IM6 OHO.
I PONT THINK THIS
,is so "ooo,t .rJ
JUDGING l-ROM reports
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IN THE Joplin papers.
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NORMAN ROTES were the.
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LEADING LIGHTS and
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SHINING STARS at the.
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AND IT is clear.
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THAT THEY succeeded.
IN PITTTW; Norman.
ON THE map up there.
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AS WELL as down here.
I'M GLAD to .see this.
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AND KNOW the good work.
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I THANK you.
Mrs. G. M Clifton was in the city
C.W. Eichorn was a business vis-
itor to the city Thursday.
Mrs. Paul Russell was a busine * ■
visitor In the city Thursday.
Mrs. H. L. Sadler of Oklahoma I
City was visiting friends Thursday.
Admiral Horthy, the Hungarian
regent, has been allowed a salary of
Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Pickens are
of \toka are vi«itiii" Dr. and Mrs I
C. S. Bobo. 1
It may be true that it takes a thief
to ■ atch a thief, but it takes a wise
man to catch them .both.
Mrs. William Cobble and daughter
Mi*-* Beatrice Cobble, were Okl-v
homa t ity visitors Thursday.
Some men never know enough to
( t good enough alone That's the
rea on they always have more.
Paper currency in circulation wu n
the war commenced represented -ev-
en and one-quarter billion d.olla:
Mr: and Mrs. Monroe Forehand
went to El Reno this morning to at-
tend the funeral of Mrs. Forehand's
Mrs. Guy Y. Williams came home
from Drumright where she visited
lier sister, Mrs. L. W. Saunders and
WORD OF THANKS
We desire to extend our sincere
thanks to the friends who are in t
members of the Presbyterian church
in Norman, for their kindness in
agreeing to furnish entertainment
for the delegates to the Oklahoma
Presbytery, which has just closed.
While we did not have to take ad-
vantage of the hpfcjpitality offered,
yet it is just as much appreciated as
if we had. We found that there
were not so many in attendance as
we thought, there would be, and
members of the church were anx-
ious and willing to furnish the beds
and meals needed, and therefore we
did not have to call upon our friends
outside of our church.
l he fact, however, that the enter-
tainment was offered assured us
that even a much larger crowd could
have been properly looked after
Accept our thanks, with the aiiu-
rancc that if it ever becomes so we
can help you we certainly will take
pleasure in doing so.
W. L. Eagleton.
Chairman of Entertainment commit-
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Richardson
and baby returned to their home in
Denver, Colo., Thursday evening af-
ter a visit with Mrs. Richardson's
mother, Mrs. J. Barton. Mrs. Bar-
ton accompanied them and
spend the summer in Colorado.
Hard times are in store for the edi-
torial jwrilers. If old j Calrranza
peters out they will have to find an-
other goat for their shots.
Just note, will you, how cheerfully
dad pays the household bills these
days. He's becoming both a Solo-
mon and a martyr in his old age.
$6 to $15
The reason we can >ell these shirts at these
popular prices is that we bought them over a year
ago. ami havt not advanced our prices like the
niarki", prices have gone up since our purchases,
liuv these, where you are protected from the raise
in iln manufacturers' prices.
These are shirts that every man will wants.
I xccllent fabrics that will wash, wear and look well.
Made to fit in a way that will be a pleasure dur-
ing the coatless days of summer.
fieauiful patterns of silk, stripes, figufes and
- >'ii| colors Pearl buttons and French cuffs.
Le us show them to you now.
E. B. Kimberlin
Furnishings for Men and Boys
125 EAST MAIN
Blooms Where Yanks Lie
Under the direction of the best
known landscape gardener in France
140 men are at work beautifying Ar-
s 'Mine Cememtery, where $23,000
American soldiers ar * buried. Na-
ture has not had time to embellish
this desolute area, but the gardener,
ho for 30 years has been emoloyej
hy the presidents of France, will em-
ploy the skill for .vhiHi he is n.itod
in transforming the spot into one ol
the most beautiful in France. The
American Red Cross will provide rv.-t
houses for visitors to the cemetery.
One On The City Editor
A certain eastern city editor had
a notice above his desk: "Accuracy!
Accuracy! Accuracy!". This he al-
ways pointed out to new reporters.
One day the youngest cub came
in with his report of a public meet-
ing. The eagle-eyed city editor read:
"Three thousand, nine hundred and
ninety-nine eyes were fixed on the
"Here, what do you mean by such
stuff.'" wrathfully asked the C. E.
"That's accuracy, sir. There was
a one-eyed man there."
The E. went out for a drink.
The spring rush to the northern
gold fields has conynenced, Paciln
coastal steamers leaving for arctic
points are carrying capacity crowds.
WANTED—First class cabinet jnak
er. A F. Boland 20 West Main.
FOR SALE—One feinal Airedale
pup, 2 months old. C. R, Haye
Phone 9, Rexall Drug Store. 3J' -3t
FOR SALE—Sunstrand adding ma-
chine, $125 model. Will sell at a
bargain or trade for good typewriter
Pioneer Drug Company. Rexall
FOR SALE—Or trade two choice
resident lots, on Jenkins. Phone
WHERE PAT WAS
In a small village in Iretail I t* c
mother of a soldier met the \ Mage
priest who asked her if -he ' id had
had news. "Sure 1 have." she said
"Pat has been killed."
"Oh. I am very sonv," said the
priest. "Did you receive word from
the war office?"
'"No." she said, "I received word
The priest looked perplexed, and
said, "But how is that?"
"Sure." she said, "here is the let-
ter; read it for yourself."
The letter said, "Dear Mother— I
am now in the Holy Land."
FOR SALE—Windmill. Mrs Ella!
l orbes, 252 South Flood . 26-5t*
TOMATO PLANTS— This Week
40 ei nts hundred. Noble Nursery.
equipment to do all kinds of work I
Guarantee satisfaction. Jesse War-
ren. First door east of Levy wagon
When George Washington was
elected president he was one of the
richest men in America.
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The inrxquitos which infest G- an
'and ('-nrg lhe summer are l;r <er
and more ferocious than the mo ;ui-
tos of the temperate zones.
O. K. TRANSFER.
Office phone 225.
Residence phone 505.
HAIL INSURAN CE
On Growing Crops
Now is the time of yeai
when growing crops are 1-
able to damage by hail. Ha v s
you safeguarded your pro)
by taking insurance agait.
We also have fire insu
ance protection you shau' 1
investigate. Does your pre -
ent insurance cover the 1«.
you would susain in ca ;
McDaniel & Matth
Real Estate, Loans, Insura
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