Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 10, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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Coming and Going.
Wood for sale Phone 295. S.Pat-
The season for furs, is now on in
See Lindsay the druggist for wall
paper and pants.
Try a bottle of Lindsay's guar-
anteed cough syurp.
Take your perscription to the ne v
H. Wells returned home to Wash-
ington, Okla., Monday.
J. H. Stull, of Lexington, came up
to Norman Saturday to pay his taxes.
Get Brick Ice Cream for your Sun-
day dinner at the Uni Confectionery.
Remember the Pipe organ recital
attheM.E. Church, South, Friday
French dry-cleaning a specialty at
Harris'. Second door west of King-
Don't fail to hear the pipe organ
concert at the M. E. Church, South,
Ladies' cleaning and pressing work
a specialty at Harris'. Second door
west of Kingkade's.
It will be warm by Friday night—
Don't forget the concert at the M. E.
Church, South, Friday night.
Join John Harris' pressing club and
keep your clothes looking like new.
Second door west of Kingkade's.
Prof. G. M. Roberts, principal of
the Noble schools, transacted busi-
ness in Norman Saturday afternoon.
The Broken Dollar Store is selling
queensware and glassware, tinware
and all racket goods at alarmingly
The need of a new passenger depot
in Norman is seriously felt. The
present passenger room is packed to
over flowing on days when passengers
cannot use the platform.
Mrs. Fred Carder and baby re-
turned to their home in Cordell, Ok-
lahoma last Saturday afternoon after
a short visit with Mrs. Carder's par-
ents and other relatives in this city.
Well, who would have thought it
last Saturday night, that Sunday
would be a day of wintry blasts of
sleet and snow driven by a stiff north-
easter and the storm still holds out
Mrs. Jesse Acre visited over Sun-
day with friends in Oklahoma City.
D. L. Larsh left for Ft. Worth and
other southern points on business
Deputy Sheriff Higbee, of Lexing-
ton, came up to Norman Saturday
Tom Henderson, of Ft. Cobb, was
in Norman on business Monday He
is running a mi l, feed and coal yard
at Ft. Cobb.
Sheriff Sales and Under-Sheriff Ab-
bott went to Oklahoma City this
morning to attend the Sheriffs' meet-
ing which meets there today.
The body of R. M. Irvin who died in
the Sanitarium was shipped to Perry
for burial last Saturday afternoon.
Mr Irvin was a prominent citizen of
Perry engaged in the milling business
and had been in the Sanitarium but
a short time.
Not snow bound; but bound in the
bonds of holy wedlock at the parson-
age of the First P esbyterian church
in this city Sunday afternoon. Rev.
Alexander officiating. Mr. Albert
Johnson and Miss Mary Morris, of
Miss Minnie Edwards one of the
teachers in the Norman putilic schools
was called to her home in Plainview,
Texas by telegram Sunday. He fath-
er, the telegram announced, was
some better but sister was sick and
work was too much for her mother.
Miss Minnie Forbes gave music les-
sons at Oklahoma City Saturday.
Cold weather has made skating popu
lar with students who have not used
all their cuts.
The next two meetings of the Y.
M. C. A. will be devoted to reports
from the Ruston conference.
In spite of the cold weather yester-
day the Y. W. C. A. held one of the
most interesting meetings of the year.
We want our readers to get into
the habit of phoning in news items
that they know of; persons com-
Ing, going, visiting, weddings, so-
cials, parties, deaths, funerals, and
all such like. Call up No. 3, and
tell us about all such things.
If you are a subscriber and don't
get your paper phone No. 3 about
Meyer, Meyer & Morris
The House Furnishers.
The Globe Wernicke Book Cases
The Hoosler Kitchen Cabinets
The Wheeler & Wllsoh Sewing
The Seally Mattress
And all of the very best
lines of furniture.
Prices s the Lowest;
Aft kXl k'Jt i
| are something that we eat so
is something very essential
ATCH were the people trade that Wants the best. It
costs no more If you buy at the right place. Go to
1\ A M^LOY'S
TF you want a good suit of clothes lor a small amount of
«*■ money we have it. Or if you want your old suit cleaned,
pressed, and made ready for wearing1, see us.
French Dry Cleaning a Specialty.
Norman, Oklahoma BOWERS & BOATMAN.
At Dreamland Tonight
Good Program. Good House
O. XT. vs. Edmond
Here’s what’s next.
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Danner, V. E. Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 10, 1909, newspaper, January 10, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106689/m1/3/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.