The Norman Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 112, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 17, 1922 Page: 3 of 12
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THE NORMAN TRANSCRIPT-NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
In the Wake Of
Herald Belknap, who has been as-
sociated with the Transcript since he
was a small boy. piloted th- new er-
cillation manager uf the Transcript
over the various city routes th u pa.«t
week. Incidentally we picked im a
number of renewals to the paper and
just as incidentally we took the nti 1-
ber of everv. house where the Trail
scrip is not being delivered at the
present time. Later we hope to be
able to visit these homes and induce
the people to become subscribers to
their home paper.
T. N. Slaton, 411 Fast Krth, had
gotten a little behind with his sub-
scription, so he gave us a healthy
check which brought his account up
to date. IU gave us instructions to
call more often in the future that
the payments will be lighter on his
purse. Mr. Slaton was busy sowing
v heat on his back lots for his flock
of chickens. He evidently expects to
have plenty of fresh eggs this win-
Dean I. S. Ruchanau was at hi>
new home. -518 'Chautauqua, when
we called Wednesday afternoon. His
check was $6. That certainly swell-
ed the colli tions for that day, so
we went odwn the street about a
block, counted our money and took
a new lease on determination.
Speaking of the new home; the dean
has inst had a new residence
completed across the street from his
former home on Chautauqua. It is
very attractive, modern in every res-
pect with eight rooms and basement.
His garage is also made of brick and
is reached from the north side of
his residence. The dean is to be con-
J. C. Hendrix, who lives on route
one. called nt the office Tuesday and i
renewed his subscription to the
Transcript for another year. Mr.
Hendrix is one of Cleveland countv's
prosperous farmers and is usually
optimistic whether it rains or not.
He has a number of bushels of fine
wheat seed for sale, and farmers
who are in the market should see
Mrs. M. L. Alexander, 807 Mon-
nH, paid her subscription la>t week
ayd left for Toronto, Canada, where
she goes to make her future home,
lfcf u\'orman friends regret to see her
lejaVe, but will wish her happiness and
prosj'vrnty in her new home.
l-Yrch Young, who fives on route
erght, has the honor of saying the
largest amount on his subscription,
llis check was $7.50. Of course he
was a little behind, but this amount ;
put him in good shape with his home
paper. Mr. Young is one of the I
ty, and one of his main hobbies is
pioneer citizens of Cleveland coun-
to keep out of debt.
FORMAL CLUB OPENING
DATE TO BE SET SOON
Norman Country Club House Com-
pleted; Opening Program Be
Plans will be laid for the formal
opening of the new club house at a
meeting of the board of directors
of the Norman Country club some-
tin e this week, according to a state-
ment Friday from M. F. Fischer,
vice president of the cluh.
The building has been completed
and work of cleaning up the grounds
is underway. Electric light and tel-
ephone connections are expected to
he made soon preparatory to the big
opening, officers said.
While the program for the formal
opening will be worked out at the
meeting of the directors, members of
the club are making arrangements
for a big dance at the club house on
tin opening night. The building- in-
cludes a large dance hall and mem- |
hers of the club say it has already
been engaged for several big dances.
A golf tournament will probably
be held on the club's grounds within
the near future, officers said. More
club members 4ake interest in grill
than any other sport and if tentative
plans materialize, a good course will
i>e provided. Trap shooting will con
tinue to be carried on at the
grounds. - .
Directors of the club stated Tti-
dav that they were undecided as to
how the club house would be man-
aged in the future. A ground keeper
has alreadv been secured .and a
steward wil be employed soon. Oth-
er matters will be taken up at the
JUST KIDS—The Pride of the School!
By AtJ Can<f
TOMW'5 WI&Q.LIN' HIS
you DOING: BEHIND THAI*
FOR SALE- Second haml coal I.ICIIT IIOfSEKEEPIXC Rooms
range, $15. J. 1". M. lledlcy, 479 fur rent. Phone H'JV. K <.ra\
| College, phone 789. 11 l-2t* 110-.1t*
F(>R S \l.l* I ted furnace. Phone FOR REN 1 .Furnished room. 425
111/-J. lll-2t* S. Santa Fe. 110-3t*
Women are now becoming promi-i''OR REN I Two small up-to-date
nent in the work of supervising high- 1 _, furnished. Also
the 'United tw0 houses. Phone 551. F. F. Fitch.
RATES AND INFORMATION
The want ad rate is 1 1-2 cents per
word each insertion. No ad accepted for
less than 25 cents. Want ads aie cash
with order. No phone orders accepted.
New \ ork City has arranged for
an automobile show exclusively de-
voted to closed cars. It will be held
"I love dark men!"
"Hut your husband is fair!"
"Well, I love fair ones also!"
Cleveland and McClain Co., 5^a%.
Major Kidd, secretary.
CITY LOAN'S—Low rates, easy
terms, no monthly • payments, un-
limited funds. Let us figure on your
loan. The Clement Mortgage Com-
FUR RE XT—Modern rooms to man
and wife, or four boys. 314 West
WANTED—Position as cashier or
housekeeper by settled woman,
i XV, ranscript. 112-lt*
QUICK. SALE—Two choice lots, lo-
| cated on Chautauqua. Price $850.
I Phone 277. 112-lt*
OLD EARTH REPLIES.
ONK night just before the Spring
called her children to come forth
in all their splendor of color and
beauty, a little flower poked out Its
head and asked: "Where does the
snow go that covered the Karth all
"Oh, what a useless question!" said
another flower; "who cares where the
snow goes as long as it goes and we
can come out and find the sun nice
"T think it must go just as the rain
does," said another flower who was
ready to come out in the morning sun.
"But where is that?" asked the first
flower; "that Is what I want to know
and no one can tell me."
"I do not use It," said a big rock.
MI let it slide right off of me. I'd
jj'Otf wUL HOT
jSo/vt*/) A/fws/t MY
much rather he nice and dry and I
cannot see of what use the snow and
rain can he to anyone."
"Well, I can tell you that if we
had no snow or rain we should not
grow," said a tree standing nearby.
"But where it goes after we have had
all we need for our roots, I cannot
"I wonder if the old Sunman drinks
St Up?" said the first little flower.
"Oh! no; I nm sure he does not,"
cr'1 the tree, for he lias all the water
ti --ants nearer home. There are all
the 5in clouds right up there where
dear, will no one answer my
?'• asked the first little flow-
er. 'Here I am ready to bloom and
the one thing I wanted to know I havi
not discovered, and all the winter 1
slept, with one eye open, too, just tc
"Ask the birds," suggested anothei
"But the birds are all asleep at
night when we can talk," said the first
"You forget the Owl; he is awake,
sister." replied one little flower, "and
I have heard that he Is a very wist |
"lie is so far away," complained the
first flower; "my head is hardly above'
the ground and I can never make him
hear. Where do the snow and rain
go? Will no one tell me?"
"Why not ask me where they go?"
said Mother Karth. who had listened
all this time to what had been said
"you seem to have forgotten me, my
I "But, Mother Earth, I thought you
were so old-fashioned that you would
not know," said the first little flower
"This is a new question. !• have
I never asked it before, and 1 hav*
never heard anyone else a*k it
"My child, there is nothing new un-
der the sun to me. and if you had
asked me first you would have been
spared all this bother. Even if J
am old I fiui answer all question?
old or new. that my children ask."
"Well, tell us then," said the little
flower. "Where does th® snow go when
we come back in the spring?"
"I drink it, my dear, of course," re-
plied Mother Earth; "how do yon
suppose you all would grow if I did
"Your roots are nourished, it is
true, but first your Mother Earth
drinks and then she gives i<> her chil-
dren the nourishment they should
"How would the infant seeds know
what is good for them if I were not
here to feed them?"
"Do you know everything. Mother
Earthf" asked the little spring flow
"All you need to know, my dears."
replied Mother Earth. ''Now go te
sleep or you will not be able tc
i HOARD for $(> a week or meal ticket
of 21 meals, $6.50. Phone 39-J.
WANTED — Hoarders. Reasonable
terms. 212 W. Lynn. 112-10t*
W)R RENT—Two furnished rooms,
men preferred. Phone 269-J.
E< )R RENT—6 room apartment.
Call 435 or City National Bank,
I LOR SALE—Ford touring car $65.
and up. Terms. Hoitzschuc Mo-
'or Co i!2-3t*a
FOR V\LE—Good upright folding
| bed. 328 East Eufaula, 112-2t*
! FOR RFNT—Six room house a.i 1
ball.. 323 North Stewart l!2 2t
i \\ A N T H) T RA DE—Ne .v modern
7-roomn hi use, lar^c basement,
I with or wit! cut acreage, for small
modern house. See owner at 310
Lahoma or Bradbury and Bryan.
I-OR RENT—Two light houatkeep-
ing rooms. Call 92. I12-2t*
FOR SALE—2 lots on pavement and
jitney line. Phone 823. 112-2t*
HOUSE FOR RENT—Phone 381.
WANTED—Sheaf oats, call 103f>
WANTED—15 good cotton pickers.
55 acres good cotton. Bring your
camping outfit and come at once.
Leonard Fore, 10 mile flat. U2-3t
FOR RENT—Three unfurnished
rooms in four room house. Water
lights and phone furnished; fifteen
dollars. See house second door west
of Baptist church, or call 1036.
FOR RENT Furnished room in
new house, ladies preferred, phone
FOR SALE OR RENT—Five room1
modern house, basement and
age. Phone 723. 1-12 2t
FOR RENT Room and parage.
nicely furnished, phone 856-1 Call
at 318 AImeda. 112-3t*
FOR RENT Two well furnished
light housekeeping rooms to ad-
ults. $25 month. 316 West Tonkawa
Phone 317. 112-3t*
WANT TO HEAR from owner
having farm for sale—give partic-
ulars and lowest price. lohn I.
Black. Oklahoma Street. Chippewa
Falls. Wisconsin. !12-l t
FOR RENT—Large southeast room
205 W. Comanche. 112-3t*
FOR RENT—Two new south rooms
near campus with special privi-
leges for study. To ladies, gentle-
men or married couples. Call 1015
Trout street. Phone 1167-.L 112-lt*
PIANO Pl'PILS—Win ted Mondays
and Fridays. Special attention
given to pupils desiring high school
credit and beginners. Prices reason-
able. Call at 1015 Trout street
Phone 1167-T. 112-lt*
W ANTED—Girl for ireneraV house-
work, mornings. Phone 517-R.
FOR RKttT—Furnished seven room
modern house, 4J2 West Main.
Could divide into two apartments.
PORROWED FANS—Will those
friends to whom I loaned electric
fans last July and August, pie re-
turn them to me as 1 nee I 'em.—
Josh Billings, the Billings Theatre.
11 J-.'t* a
SLEEPING rooms for rent- Men
only. 105 W. Tonkawa. 110-3t*
FOR RENT—Two furnished light
housekeeping rooms, 421 W. Main.
Phone 324. U0-3t*
FOR SALE—Boy's bicyble. 221 W.
FOR SALE—Eight piece mahogany
William & Mary dining worn fur-
niture. 525 West Eufaula. lll-3t*
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
women. rMs. ,(Soutar. 525 West
| WAN TED—Cotton pickers. 1*. L.
Wenner. 3 miles south and 1-2
west Canadian bridge. Tent furn-
FOR SALE—Few choice pieces of
furniture including Wilton rug.
call 379-J. lll-3t
FOR RENT—.One large apartment
or place for 4 boys or girls, in one
half block of university, 570 Buchan-
an St., Phone 318-J. 11-lt*
FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms,
light housekeeping or sleeping. 115
East Castro, phone 1152-R. lll-5t*
FOR RENT—Brand new modern ^ix
room house, two extra rooms in
basement, clo^c to University, 408
Park Drive. Must see to appreciate.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Five room
house near high school and Jeffer-
son school. Excellent location. In-
vestigate this. Phone 146. lll-3t*
FOR RENT—Nyie room house, 752
DeBarr, Norman, modern through-
out, 5 rooms first story, 4 rooms sec-
ond. Elegantly finished, ready to
move into. $120 per month. Write
or call E. I). Graser, owner, Purcell,
FOR SALE OR RENT—New east
front, 11-room house with basement
under entire house, 2W blocks from
campus at 410 College. Geo. O. Howe
401 Chautauqua, phone 346. lll-2t*
FOR RENT—Nice room for girls or
light housekeeping rooms with
sleeping porch. 401 Chautauqua,
Phone 346. Geo. O. Howe. Ill-2t*
GIRL wants position—High school
graduate. Ruth Weedeil, Washing-
ton, Okla. lll-3t*
FOR RENT—Light housekeeping
rooms. Phone 1032. 500 West
F(>R SALE—Player piano. 826 N.
FOR SALK 120 acres, 24 improved,
fruit, new buildings, $1800 cash;
210 acres, lt) improved, $2,500, time;
-s" acres, 15 improved, $360 cash; 80
acres, 0 improved, $280 cash; 3 miles
to railroad town. A1 M. Suchanek,
Elba, Ark. lll-4t*
PLAY school for children under
school age will be opened Sept. 18.
Call Mrs. Roys, phone 1175-J. lll-2t*
1 ROOM AND BOARD—For four
girls in private home, 012 Asp ave-
nue, close to university. Price reas-
onable. Phone 1193-J. Ill-3t*
I'OR SALE—Six room house, three
lots, neir univei-it v FOR REN l
— burnished house. ( bickering piano
i Telephone 458. 110 2t*
FOR REN T- Light housekeeping
rooms, 430 W. Symmes. Phone
! 543. U0-3t*
COMFORTS Made—Anyone want-
ing comforts made phone 824.
Prices reasonable. 410 East Ilugh-
WANTEP Plain sewing* Phone
lIHti I. U0-3t*
KEEP A LITTLE MONEY about
home to pay for the Transcript
i when the collector conies around.
WAN TED—By widow, a position as
hostess in fraternity or sorority
house. See J. L Lindsay for reier-
I ences as to ability and character.
Phone 1117-J. llU-Jt*
FOR RENT Room and garage. 420
\\. Comanche. 110-.U*
FOR RENT—Nice south bed room,
cheap, for women, or man and
wife, on jitney line, Phone 1122-1.
ROOMS AND BOARD—1003 X.
FOR SALE OR TR \DE—Stock.
tools, and feed. Bottom farm
opened for lease. Lee Wilson, phone
RM-53, Route 7. Norman. 110-3t*
FOR RENT—Room for women, 315
E. Daws. Phone 242. 110-3t*
ROOMS AND BOAR D— Ligh t
housekeeping rooms, 124 W. Eu-
faula, Phone 793. 110-3t*
WANT TO TRADE For farm, two
story brick business house, rents
for from $200 to $250 per month, in
live oil town. Eastland, Texas For
further information write Hcdlev
Brothers, Eastland, Texas 110-4t*
BOARD AND ROOM 417 East
FOR RENT—Three new four room
bungalows. \lso 2 sits of light
housekeeping rooms, furnished. One
3 room and one 2-room. All on pav-
ing. Phone 895. 108-5t*
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD Tor the
address of G. W. Bone. A. P.
Bone, Paradise, Ariz. 109-7t*
rooms. Phone 799-R.
FOR SALE—(iood seed wheat, test*
60 pounds; $1.00 per bushel. C. J.
Hendrix, route 1. lll-5t*
FOR RENT—Six room furnished
house on Asp. W. W. McCul-
lough. 11 l-3t*
FOR RENT—One furnished room,
call at 102 East Eufaula. lll-2t*
PC) NIES WA NT ED—Three yuong
riding ponies. Call 1036. lll-2t*
BOARD AND ROOMS at reasonable
prices. Phone S4o. 531 East Eu-
faula. Ill -3t*
TWO furnished rooms for boys to
rent at 630 East Main. lll-3t*
New Phone Directory
goes to ipress soon. Any changes
in youi* listings <or advertisement
should be reported to the manager
You Think Are
Don't throw them away—
just call 149 and let us put
them in wearable shape
Often you think a gar-
ment is worn out when 't
looks rumpled, worn and
It is not.
You'll he pleasantly sur-
prised when we deliver them
to you—ready for another
season of service, looking a-1
most like new.
Look through your last
ball s wardrobe now. 1 lion
Bill Nolan's Cleaning
113 South Peters
FOR SALE Parlor orjyan ;n first
class condition Phone 161.
FOR RENT—Piano. Call M-ve-
and Mover. 112-.>t*
TWO Nicely furnished upstairs
rooms and board. Close in. con-
venient for working men or students
Phone 833. 112-3t*
ROOMS, with or without bo\rd
for light housekeeping, 200 \\\
Tonkawa. . 112-lt*
FOR SALE—Cheap Niee upright
piano in good condition. Can be
.seen at 625 X. Crawford 112-lt*a
FOR SALE ( HEAP, Mc-'mm ring.
stove, used six months. E E
Bailey, 319 \Y Comanche. 112-3t*
Get Christmas Portraits
To OL'R CITY Cl'STOMF.RS:
Mam of our customers have asked us
when our studio would he open so that
they could get portraits made.
We suggest that the\ come now. In
iust a few weeks we will be rushed with
the student work, thus right now we
ivill he better able to care for our city
Telephone for appointment.
Clarence Ireland Studio
LOST Ring of four keys. Liberal
reward for return. Leave at Tran-
script office. U2-3t*
PLAIN and fancy sewing, in your
home it desired. 221 West Symines.
Phone 487. 112-3t*
Being Natural Hetore
Realizing that the art of being natural before
the camera is dependent largely upon ability of the
photographer to put you at yuor ease, we try t«>
make our studio as pleasant as possible, and trust
that vim will meet an air of friendliness which will
.destroy that self-conscious feeling.
Decide to call this week for a sitting and see if
you do not secure one of the most natural, life-
. like poses you ever had.
203! 2 East Main
You Notice the Ease With Which You
Make the Hills When You Use
THE GASOLINE THAT'S
GOT THE KICK
BUCKLES OIL &GAS CO.
SANTA FE RAILWAY AT TONHAWA
Your Confidence Would Be Lost If
We Misrepresented Our Product.
pm th mm' job j ,^-fi ■ bc nunvEManniwi 4*wwwwai
127,' ^ East Main
The Secret of
a Good Boarding
I louse Is in Quality
The thin.■ that nial . a boarding house popular,
makes it- tabh s :tl\va\ lull, and maki • the price sat-
isfactory is quality.
No matter how _;ood .1 cook .lie ma; be, she r.inti"t
have uniform <|i 1 n 1 its unle-> she has good groceiics and
meats both in the -"iple and fane\ line.
Through sanitation, handling of the best brands in
canned and package goods, and frc:-h ami curco ineat-
and quick deliveries on in -h vegetables and fruit-, we
are able to gi\e you the highest quality in lood stuffs.
We im ite a trial order.
College Grocery & Market
SOONER BLOCK ON WEST BOYD
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