The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 34, Ed. 1 Monday, May 31, 1920 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT. NORMAN. OKLAHOMA.
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_ . _ . . . ,, I What your arms have done for lib-
DAILTt TRANSCRIPT trty in France your spirits will con-
tinue to do for justice at horae.Great
experiences make great men and out
of the tragedy of this test a new,
heroic quality has come to American
manhood. You represent it and your
country's affection for what you have
Publt«hed every afternoon except Saturday,
•ith- Sunday morning isiue, by the Tranacripl
Publishing Co.. Norman. Oklahoma
DAILY SUBSCRIPTION SATES
Out of County.
By mail, one year $7.00! done is only equalled by its conii-
By Mail, six months 4.0*) 'dent hope of the manly part you are
In County. ! still to play.
By Mail, one year 5.001
By Mail, six months 3.0U
By Mail, three months 1.75
By Carrier, one week .15
Office, 215 E. Main St. Phone J
Entered at second class matter January 4
1914, at the postofftce. Norman, Oklahoma, un
der act of congiesa of March J, 1879.
All announcement! under this
head are made subject to the
dmeocratic primary, August 3,
FOR CONGRESS 5th DISTRICT—
F. B. SWANK.
JUSTICE SUPREME COURT—
L. C. ANDREWS
FOR STATE SENATOR—
M. A. FLOYD
FOR CO. SUPERINTENDENT—
P. W. BARTON
FOR TAX ASSESSOR—
J. G. TATE
J. L. (LEN) MAYES.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY-
J D HOLLAND
FOR COURT CLERK-
E. V. GEORGE
All announcements under this
head arc made subject to the
lepubltVan p imary, August 3.
FOR COMMISSIONER, DIST. 1—
MEMORIAL DAY BY
THE GODS ARE ATHIRST.
Comes now J. A. Whitehurst of
Doxey and the state capitol and ask>
that state troops be sent to Sequoyah
county to enforce cattle dipping laws
of Oklahoma. It scems that certain
festive characters of the Arkansas
dependency have manifested their
antipathy of the war on hull ticks by
violently dynamitiiiK the vats in
which cattle are supposed to take a
bath Tired of such sport at a time
when the game season is closed the
president of the state board of agri-
culture wrathfully demands that Gen-
eral liarrett of Crazy Snake and^ coal
digging fame proceetl forthwith to
Sequoyah and throw a ring of steel
around the habitat of the treacher-
Thus again doth Oklahoma rattle
her sabre, much to the delight of the
state house war lords and much to
the delight of a saffron pres, beyond
the Susquehanna. Such heroic con-
duct calls to mind the bloody days of
smoked meat rebellion, when the war i
power of the state was mobilized to j
suppress a crap game at Hickory
Mound. It calls back the thrilling
days when our embattled battalions
engaged through a smoke screen of
profanity and checked a horse race
at the Tulsa fair. It promised a rep-
utation of the matchless exhibition
staged for the gods last winter, when j
our veterans of a thousand unfought
battles followed General Barrett to
the very brink of the McAlester coal
pita and made one nugget of coal
sprout where many tons had sprout-
Here's to you, Mr. Whitehurst. [
With all your genius for front page
advertising you never made a bigger !
scoop than this. Your name is des- j
tined to go ringing down the col- j
timns of every yellow journal be-
tween Baltimore and the Kennebec.
FEKRIS AIDS DEFEAT
OF WORST FEATURES
Eliminate Three Objectionable Sic
lions of 'Wrv Bill Pending Be-
fore Congress, Ferris Says.
Washington, 28— (Special)—
Representative Scott Ferris, in an ad-
dress delivered before the senate this
afternoon, congratulated the house
I conferees the house members and
| the country over the fact that con-
' gress had succeeded in eliminating
three objectionable features of
the army bill. The three points are
as follows: That the president may
at any time declare an emergency
without congress and draft any man
| between the ages of 18 and
| third, the senate provision attempt-
ing to federalize the militia.
Mr. Ferris made the statement af-
ter his speech, that he felt sure the
action of the house would be grati-
iy ing to the many hundreds of Ok-
lahomans who had appealed to him
to defeat the propo ition, to the la-
boring people, and to the eighty
thousand soldiers in Oklahoma who
"were willing to serve loyally, faith-
fully and well during the war, but
who do not want any perpetual draft
law or compulsory training in time
Whoever is in charge of the park
at the Santa Fe station ought to take
the trouble to straignten up the let-
i ters of The University City sign.
I Visitors might get the impression
! that the town is as 'opsided as the
A man brought a paper into the of-
twenty-six years ago. It quoted
wool suits for $9.50 and twenty-six
pound, of sugar for one dollar
l'eople of that day were more for-
tunate than they dreamed.
The Rexall Store
(Taken from the American Legion1 Your manifesto wi" be, nuts to the'
<. Weekly.) I cr°wd who hunger and ^hurst for sen-
' . . Rations. In their jaundiced eye you
We approach the annual celebra- ( loom larpor than anv scream that has '
tion of Memorial Day with our hit the headlines since the U. P.
hearts filled with tender and grate- pu|led off a fake armistice or old Doc
fill memories of those who have giv- , Cook came marching home.
en their lives for America The day
by custom has hen consecrated to t LEE AT FREDERICK
theheroic dead. It is observed by j
those who were comrade, in arms | Josh Lee. celebrated humorist
and who shared with the well-remem- from Norman, will deliver an address
bered dead the experiences, the hard- at the h!gh school commencement
ships, the perils and the glory of exercises tonight and. after the val- j
war; it is celebrated by the people edictory address is given, will pre- j
of the country generally who take it sent the all-round student's medal
as an annual occasio nto renew their to Robert Roberts, given each year j
loyalty to their country and to draw by Dr. L. A. Mitchell, to the student i
fresh information for the task of who makes the best showing in alt J
peace from the memories of the sac- branches of school work.
rifices which were made so freely in Lee is noted for his wit, and his
times of war. The day is come there- address, while instructive, sparkles ;
fore, filled with both memories of with a humor that effectively im- I
the past and inspirations for the fu- presses the dearer with the thoughts
ture. It gathers the traditions of conveyed.—Frederick Leader..
what \ye have done in ortler that we
may have courage for what we have Misses Froma and Arline Johnson |
to do. Progress move, like an army: and Miss Irene Ambrister returned ]
it has its days o ftraining and_prep- home Saturday from Washington,!
aration, its day&^pf conflict and its D. C., where they spent the past win- |
days of vindication: it has its camp- ter attending National Park semina- j
fjre,s and its memories. To you who ry. They had a profitable and very
were soTtTiers of America in the great pleasant time, making many side ,
war I send affectionate greetings, trip, of great interest. i
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 3, 4 and 5th
WHAT IS A ONE-CENT SALE
It is a sale where you buy an item at the regular price—then another item of the same
kind tor lc. As an illustration: The standard price of Rexall Tooth Paste is 25c. You buy
a tube at this price, and by paying lc more or 26c, you get two tubes. Every article in this
sale is a high-class standard piece of merchandise, just the same as we sell you every day at
regular prices and have sold you for years.
A NEW WAY OF ADVERTISING
1 his Sale was developed by the United Drug Co. as an advertising plan. Rather than
spend large sums of money in other ways to convince you of the merits of these goods, they
are spending it on this sale in permitting us to sell you a full-size package of high standard
merchandise for lc. It costs money to get new customers, and the loss taken on this sale
will be well spent if the goods please you.
A few of the items included in this sale:
Household Remedies and Toilet Articles, Rexall Rubber Goods, Toilet
Preparations, Soap, Powder, Etc. Aspirin Tablets, Candy, Grape Jam and
Coffee and Tea, Box Stationery.
DON'T MISS THIS SALE THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
The Pioneer Drug Company
205 East Main
The Rexall Store
Oil Cook Stoves
l^TEW Perfection Oil Cook Stoves bring new freedom
^ and comfort to housewives.
Speedy, Steady, Clean, Intense heat is driven against the
utensil at any flame height. Ready at the touch of a match—
no fire to build—no smoke, soot or disagreeable odor.
Buy a New Perfection Stove for kitchen Jreedum and a New
Perfection Oven for perfect baking.
Sold ly zood dealers everywhere. Ask for a demonstration or writt
for the New Perfection booklet.
THE CLEVELAND METAL PRODUCTS CO.
T600 PUtt Arenue Cleveland, Ohl«
Dealer* Note:- The Magnolia Petroleum Company distributes the New Perfection
in your territory. Complete stocks are available at convenient points.
—an<^ what's more
you can't buy a better cigarette
no matter what you're willing to pay!
GREAT thing to be cigarette contented like you'll
find yourself with Camels —an expert blend of
choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which
you will prefer to either kind smoked straight!
Camels are a revelation in flavor, in refreshing good-
ness, in smooth, mellow-mildness. Yet, Camels have
a delightful "body" that meets your keenest desires.
Camels are so good you will want to smoke
them liberally. And, you may—for Camels never
tire your taste! Camels quality and Camels
blend take care of that! You will also enjoy
Camels freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty
aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor.
If you want to get some personal information
about Camels com-
pare them with
any cigarette in
the world at any I
5^1 f* everywhere in Ksh.ltifically aeaM packatea
!!/ " 20 cents; ortenpackaitva(300aigarethis^
th * '""-paper covr>r«l cation. Wr strongly recommend
this virion for the home or off! „ sorr y or when you (ravol
R. J. Reynold. Tobacco Co., Wnston-Salem, N.C.
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 34, Ed. 1 Monday, May 31, 1920, newspaper, May 31, 1920; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114358/m1/2/: accessed December 12, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.