Norman Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 164, Ed. 1 Monday, November 1, 1920 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT
'; ill capacity. They may break at any time and it! is easier
L-hoaper to put In new lines than it is to repair old ones.
It is l'alse economy to vote against the bond issues. The state-
BY THE TKANSCKU'T-KNTERPRISE PUBLISHING CO. j nient of City Ibnsg* G ter that the taxes will not be more than
Norman, Oklahoma. '$2.16 & thousand and that the increased valuation may make up
Office, 225 gMt Main Street^ Telephone No.. 3 l amount, dispt-ls the only reason the people have for
Entered as second class rau.tey at the postoffice. Norman, Oklahoma, i opposing the issueft.
January 2, 1914, under Act of Congr-ss. March 3, 1897. (let; out tomorrow and cast a vote to have Norman progress.
Published every afternoon except Saturday. Sunday morning IHM. j ^ g|lent vote is counted as a vote |g|init the issue, 80 vote yes.
Member Oklahoma Press Association. Advertising representative: Ok-
Every citizen of Oklahoma who is registered and entitled to
vote should go to the polls tomorrow and cast his ballot. This elec-
t'.on'will be more important than any election in years. It is clear-
ly a matter of following the dictates of your conscience.
The league of nations is the chief issue of the campaign, made
so by the republican party in announcing its platform. Governor
Cox, democratic nominee, has expressed his stand as irrevocable
in favor of the league as drafted, with such reservations an will
clarify the meaning. Senator Harding, republican nominee, : ay
that rejection is his desire and that a new league would be created.
ahoma Advertising J'ureau, Norman,
DA1I.Y SUBSCRIPTION RATE—Out of County
mail, one year
By mail, six months
By mail, one year
By mail, six months J-uu
mail, three months ,-i?
By carrier, one month — —
racing \vom:iti) ought
electorate and demand
THERE ARE OTHERS
In the luirK burlv incident to tin l iH battle over the league of
nations, which'issue everyone '• discussing and very few understand,
there i- grave dinger that the |>n|>ulace will nverliMik I lie important
fact that there are other live and material inosuw in tins campaign.
The whole duty of man (embracing woman) due . not lie in voting
fur . >r against the covenant lb1 ('i am eiul
to re mem be i' that other issiu s are helore the
There i;. the bettei school amenilineiit to the state constitution.
A large element oposc all chance? and a -till larger element lad to
|nte and the silent vote is counted against tlie amendment, nitre
e a large silent •. .«.• in this approachnig election. Bttt (>KI_a-
needs better schools and must have better schools and will
h.'tv better .-lt« • 1 tin til revenues are provided for their iniin-
Tlir proposed i-snt is of sufficient importance to justify
careful consideration. It really ought to he adopted.
Then there is the question of fraternal insurance to be voted oil.
This question is little understood by the rank and file, hut it has been
submitted to popular vote and must be decided. It has been pub-
lished with the arguments thereon and should be read by every
voter. . .
The amendment providing for a ninety day session ol the legis-
lature l>\ all means -Itould l adopted. \\ hen statehood came the
fathers of the constitution believed that a sixty day session would be
sufficiently long. But every session since statehood has been tong^
cr than sixty days. \s the state grows its business grows and still
longer sessions become ner«-ssary! h< rc is no io«jic in the argil-
meat that we have l-io tii.niv lav. - alrivK and should will a lot of
laws we alreadv have. It takes as much time to kill a law as it
dues to pass onr. \ ninety day ses-ioii of the legislature is now a
necessity and should he permitted by the constitution.
positions which will mean much to the
are both bond i-sucs, one for
system of the city
<tcnding the water
Then we have twi
1 ro^ress of Norman.
tii repair and extend the intblic sanitary
and the other is for SI2,500 for repairing
works system. . .
Tliev are both of tremendous importance to every citizen anil
should be'given a majority of hundreds. Norman cannot progress
beyond that limit imposed by her citizens and means for progress
further must be given in Tuesday's election.
Vote ves on propositions one and two oil the
and vote tor a better Norman.
Acreage Tract For
Sale or Trade
We have an eleven-acre tract close to
Norman, well improved, lor sale or trade.
Priced at $(>,000.
This place has an eight room house, and i- conven-
ient to Norman's excellent schools, and the state univer-
If you are interested in moving to Norman, and still
wish to farm in a small way, this is an exceptional op-
Call, write or phone us.
M'DANIEL <£ MATTHEWS
REAL ESTATE, LOANS. INSURANCE
101 East Main Phone 23
Presidential Election Returns
Received by Special Wire
at This Theatre.
We have made arrangements lor a
special wire and operator by the Western
Union Telegraph Company and will give
Klectiou Returns Tuesday night from all
over the I'nited States on the screen as
last as they come in.
These returns will he given without in-
terfering with our unusually good picture
program—"L p in Mar\ s Attic.
Il will he unnecessary to stand on the
street to get the returns when you can see
;t rip-roaring comedy drama and get
return- at the same time.
( )n account of this speci.
admission chargeon Tuesday
notice of meetings.
hereby given that the Mayor
AOt.ce 19 IJriruj j-. v.. v
.. i• t J " i' 111 ■
I jMHinnmrut on «llc v.n. ; Wl V'«" a"J
j , -1 - of I.-.I .lureta "'til tile
I ■ ami olh oi isi- improving Eufaula street
! ti on I III,' Kast lint- ol Chautauqua avenue to
ii„r „i fnivertily Iwulivaril and
„om the .a>t line oi fniv.-rsity boulevard to
tht wot Una o( WatuKac arenue In NorJM.
I Oklahoma, and the Rel'Otl o the Board ol
i \|.,.i i hereto attached and made
I part ol this notice. At ttid meetiny fie
and Board ol Commissioner.! will It-ar
I no! .,1 iii«,t any complaints or objections, am!
. or correct anj jpi>rti*men«
or apportionment made by the Board ol Ap-
praisers, as provided by law, and the Majro
and Board of Commissioners will adjourn
from day to day until their labors are com-
1' At ^ said meeting all persons interested may
I appear and be heard.
.SEAL) NO LA V.
HELMS, City Clerk.
anil Board of
1 )on't miss the
to see "l*p in Alary"
To the Honorable Mayor
I Commissioners, Norman,
WV. the undersigned Board of Appiaiscrs
! by resolution «>t your Honorable
Iholv M apprais.- and apportion to the t-rv-
J ,.r ,| lots ami tracts of land chargeable with
j ti,.- cost thereof, the benefits resulting there
to on account of paving and otherwise
Inrovlm P.ulaula itreet Iran Hie EaM line
!„■ , hatrtauqua avenue to the Weal line ol
I'niversitv Boulevard. and from the Ka -i line
I hi. i i sitv Boulevard to the West line ti
Webster avenue, in tht ayirregate amount oi
119,632,14 do hereby certT(jr that we met in
,|... t itv Clerk's oi'iee. in the < itv Hall m
Mid Cltr on the au« day n( October ,1 M,
r. l organized as a Board of Appraisers, and
lei ted E K. Himes aa Chairman, and Den-
i R|in, ui at Setre tar y thereof; that we.
at said time - v, rally look and subscribed
an oath to make true am! impartial appraise
incut and apportionment to tin; several lots
.lll(| tracts of land designated m the resolu-
tion by which we were appointed, of the ben
cfits thereto, as aforesaid: that within five
days after being notified of our appointment,
proceeded to appraise and apportion to
University I heatre
?ri?p*jrw£ sr;,'*'r'w3t*' skwmkbmk mysRiJaeMStW'
t-il\ ballot Ttusilay
SHALL WE HAVE BETTER SCHOOLS?
Tomorrow at the polls it will be decided whether the blessings
of education shall be extended to every child in • )klah;:ni;i, or
whether the be-t yhall continue to be reserved for Oklahoma City,
Tulsa. Muskogee, and other sections of the .state having high v al-
uation of proptrey.
Shtfe Question 109 should receive the vote of every citizen of
Norman and Cleveland county, becau:. • it provides an increase of
S8.G20 for the schools of Norm'in and $22,351 for the county with-
out adding to the tax now paid by property owners, but because it
is right that the state should guarantee a chance for a good ele-
mentary education to all of the children within its borders.
Our opponent all sa\ that they favor state aid for schools but
that they oppose the amendment proposed by the Oklahoma Edu-
cational Association to provide this aid. If they are sincere why
do they not initiate another me... are that is to their liking? The
fact is" that State Question 100 w ill be passed or the present un-
equal distribution of ect itional opportunity will continue. No
method of providing state aid for schools will ever be satisfactory
to the railroads, the oil companies, other public service corpora-
tions. and to those wealthy communities who believe in getting all
f(hey can from the state but contribute as little as possible to its
^ Do not fail to vote "Yes" on State Question 109.
middle one on the ballot. A failure to vote will be count
the amendment for better schools.
lom" million, "voters
1'epeal - n.© airesis
It is the
i.\ THE BALANCE
Norman's fate is at the hands of the city voters tomorrow.
Her progress hangs in the suspense awaiting ihe verdict of her
citizens. They can give her the means to progress or they can re-
tard her for years to come.
Two bond issues will be voted upon. One of these is for the
purpose of extending the waier works system and the other for
repairing and extending the unitary sewer system. Both are im-
portant assets to any city.
For more than a year, ever since Norman began her remark-
able growth which has attracied attention all over Ihe southw 'St.
se'"er lines have been overloaded to a point far beyond their norm-
Fiour, Feed, Produce
Call 1060 for Flour, Mill Feed,
Chicken Feed cad Poultry and Eggs.
We have mrde arrangements for
delivery servicc at a small additional
309 East Main
SPEAKING OF election?.
BUT GENTLY, If possible.
TO AVOID bloodshed.
YOU KNOW what chance.
A REPUBLICAN used to have.
OF GETTING votes.
IN THE "Solid Sou.h."
WELL, THERE was a bird,
WHO RAN tor office.
ON THE Republican alate.
IN GEORGIA, of all places.
AND WHEN tho returns.
WERE FIGURED out.
HE HAD two votes.
AND THE election official*.
HAD HIM arrested.
SO ALL you voters.
WHO WANT to repeat.
DON'T DO it with votes.
GO TO some smoke shop.
AND CAST a ballot.
THEN YOU'LL "repeat."
YOU JUST can't holp it.
AND NO election official.
CAN PINCH you, either.
FOR "COMING back."
IN FACT, wo hear.
FOUR MILLION smokers.
OF THIS ciivretto.
X' 0 other candidate has a chance with ( h"".-
terficlds in the running. Ov- r four millicn
smokers have pick- 1 < lit:rliel; , and c '
return swells the votes- It :;uivly i- 1 lar. 1-
j slide for the "satisfy" idatform. Arc you on.
hii.II*.>i.ii mi' T'F i -f: t iavTsv'. T awnum ww—i iiui—,,
ill 'llll I I—HillTT'ililitTi ' . SHi'fESE
■aid several lot* an.l tracts ol land the bene-
fits resulting thereto on account of the mak-
ins of said improvements; that in making
said appraisement and apportionment, we first
apportioned to each quarter-block its due
proportionate charge, according to tlie
amount and cost of work performed upon
th:• .ihhutting streets and other public plac-
es including street intersections and alley
sings; which respective amount *< ap*
and adopted we find
accurate, and that the
quarter blocks are
extent oi the re-
so apportioned; that
:ion into quarter-block
1 and apportioned to the
« of land therein, the re-
t opposite the descrip-
I lots and tract- of land con-
tained in Ihe statement attached hereto, mark-
~d "I Ml I HIT A", and made a part hereof,
which respective amounts we find equitable
ami iu-t. and according to the benefits ac-
cruing to s.iid several hits and tracts of land.
!•.. K HIM KS,
( 11AKI.KS STANDI-KV.
Exhibit "A" Appraisers.
r tatement of lot- and Tracts <il land ti,
which are to be Appraised and Apportioned
t'n n-neiits resulting from the Paving and
Otherwise Improving. Eufaula Street from
just, equitable and
lefitted to the
after such subdivn
distrl< ts. we appraise
several lots and tract
11I , ,( St line I "niversitv Boulevard and
from the East Line of University Botih ard
to the West Line of Webster Avcru-, in
the City of Norman, Oklahoma
T. R. Waggoner's First Addition
Lot 1, block 9, $H 1 6.?.
l ot J. block 9, $161.6.1.
East two-thirds of lot 3, block $107.76
West one third of lot block 9, $53.87.
I.ot 4. block $161 63.
Lot 5, block 9, $16163
East one third of lot 6. block r" -7
West two t-irds of lot 6, block 9, $1/7.7^.
I.ot 7. block 9, $161.63.
Lot <S, block ", $161.63.
Lot 9. block 9. 63
Lot 10. block 9, $161.63.
I.ot II. block 9, S16I.63.
Lot 1.'. block 9. $161.63.
South 911 feet of lots 13, 14, 1?, 16, l>lo«
T. R. Waggoner's First AdH'tion and
D. L. I.arsh's First Addition
South one-hah' of L 8, block 10, 5JD6.33.
\o-th one halt of lot block 10, S440.17.
■ . '
T. R Waggoner's I";' t Addition.
n k 10
tck 16, $161.64.
block I ft. s, 1ft 1.03.
, blot k 16, $161.63
hi . k 16. : ill 03.
bio '< H>. $161.ft .
block 16, $161.63.
, bh. k If). * 61 63.
bloek 1ft, $161 ft ;.
block 16. $197.10.
SJ _• 4;.
$209. s J.
$20J.4 ' .
E . -t
.t 23, bio
h 50 feet
$ J 14.84.
3, block 1
7. block IS. $192 55.
l . ■
sq. ft i
\ sq. feel
k IS, $"
v < I.1< .'isterly -'630 squaic feet lot 27, block
Southeasterly 3458 V| feet lot 29, block 22,
South one half of lots 2'J, 30, 31, 3J, block
XoiiJi one-half of lots 29, 30, 31, 32, block
>" "h 7d feet . ! Lot 1, block 2:. 3513.26.
"_"-ct oi lot 2, block J3, $105.96.
Southeatterly 4J1 aquate feet of lot J
W 4 55 .0;
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