Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 3, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 6, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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PURELY PERSONAL ITEMS PICKED UP HERE,
PERSONAL ITEMS PICKED UP
THERE AND EVERYWHERE.
R J. Morgan was a business visitor
to Oklahoma City, Tuesday.
W. M. Carr of the Democrat-Topic,
was a passenger to Oklahoma City,
H. P. Alden is mourning over the
death of two kittens—too much rat
condolence in order.
Sam Davis of Lindsay, stepped off
the train in Norman la9t Tuesday af
ternoon to visit relatives.
Mrs. George Kelser of McAlester,
arrived in Norman, Tuesday after-
noon on a visit to old friends.
Hon. J. Sherman, the republican
war horse of Lexington, was in Nor-
man on business, Wednesday.
Ben Williams was elected one of
the vice presidents of the State Bar
association at Oklahoma Ciiy, Tues-
T R. Cook of Tecumseh, returned
home Tuesday after a short visit
with his brother, Teen Cook, of this
Died—At the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Russell, of the
Denver neighborhood, Oscar, aged
20 years, from consumption.
A. H. Bachelor, of Chambers, coun-
ty, Texas, is in Norman today on
business with Prof Sawtel, for whom
he is draining some Texas land.
Ark Fersuson and family returned
to their home at Lexington, Tuesday
afternoon after a short visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Ferguson of this city.
Mrs. C. A. Newby arrived home
from Brownsville, Texas, Tuesday af-
ternoon, where she visited her hus-
band who is a preacher, located at
Edward L. Monser, president of the
Wenona Coal company of Wenona,
Illinois, is here looking after exten-
sive real estate interests which he
Miss Nellie Short, who has been
visiting some time with her uncle,
Hon. J. Vandevecr of this city, re-
turned to her home in Greenfield,
Illinois, Tuesday afiernoon.
Judge Newby and wife of Friend,
Nebraska, returned to their home
Tuesday afternoon after a short vis-
it with Mr. Newby and family of this
city. Norman pleased Judge Newby
and he talked of arranging to move
to Norman to make his home in the
A visit to the court house revealed
the coanty comissioners in session in
one room allowing bills and in anoth-
er room a long line of taxpayers in
front of the county treasurer's win-
dow paying the bills. It is taxpay-
ing time now and the same seems to
be looked upon more seriously by tax j
payers than voting time.
Herman I. Pincus, agency super-
visor of the Equitable Life, and C.
F. Wheeler, the Oklahoma agent for
the company, were in Norman last
Tuesday paying Mrs. Cora E. Pritch-
itt the $2300,00 insurance policy car-
ried in their company by Rev. Prit-
chitt, her husband. The check for
the policy was issued on the same
day the proof of death was filed.
Bert Tate went to Oklahoma City
on business Tuesday afternoon.
A. V. Hulse of Stella, transacted
busiuess in Norman last Monday.
The Big Overstock Sale will open
Friday morning at Frank Ephriam's.
E F. Morgan, clerk in Hale'a gro-
cery, left for Ardmore on business,
Don't forget about that $5.00 Stet-
son hat at F. Ephriam's, Friday
Mr. Price would be pleased to meet
every man at Frank Ephriam's Fri.
J. B. Glenn of Cement, Okla., ar-
rived in Norman Tuesday night to
look after business interests here.
L. F. Authouse of Tuttle, who was
looking after business here, return-,
ed to his home Tuesday afternoon.
R. C. Murphy of Oklahoma City,
and M. L. Murphy of Holton, Kansas,
returned to their respective homes
Tuesday afternoon after a short visit
with their parents, F. J. Murphy and
The date of the third number on
the University Lecture Course has
been charged from Jan. 9 to Jan. 8.
Laurant, the magician who is con-
ceed to be the best entertainer of
the kind on the American platform
this season, will exhibit a number of
new things in magic on this occasion.
BERRY has decided to Reduce the Prices
on his High Grade, All Wool, "Hart,
Schaffner & Marx" Men's Clothing to Cost.
His distress is your opportunity.
i Goods in Same Proportion at
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Like Old Times.
The opera house last night was
packed and jammed with an enthusi-
astic audience. The attraction was
Robert A. Neff in "An American
Hobo." Bob was made to promise to
play a return date nere next season,
and if he does Manager Chase will
have to enlarge the opera house to
accommodate the large audience
that will turn out to greet him.—
Medicine Lodge, Kansas, Cresset.
Lamont, the Great Magician, and
his company will appear in the
Franning, Friday, Jan. 8, in piace
of Jan. 9, as stated on the season
tickets. Can you afford to miss
this occacion to see and hear the
greatest entertainment of its kind
on the platform this season?
Meyer, Meyer & Morris
The House Furnishers.
The Globe Wernicke Book Cases
The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets
The Wheeier & Wilson Sewing
The Sealy Mattress.
And all of very best
lines of furniture
The right kind at the
We can guarantee
Satisfaction because we
Sell Only ttie Best.
J\ A MA.L,OY,
Successor to M. T. Brockett Company.
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Danner, V. E. Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 3, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 6, 1909, newspaper, January 6, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106685/m1/3/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.