Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 8, Ed. 1 Monday, January 11, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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Coming and Going.
Pine stationary at Lindsay's.
Wood for sale Phone 295. S.Pat-
See Lindsay the druggist for wall
paper and pants.
Get tickets for the pipe^organ re-
cital at Barbours.
Try a bottle of Lindsay's guar-
anteed cough syurp.
Wright's smoke sure cures meat—
Lindsay's drug store.
Wall paper, Paints, oils & glass at
Lindsay's drug store.
Get tickets for the pipe organ con-
cert at Lindsay's drug store.
Get tickets for the pipe organ
concert at Stauber's drug store.
"Just boarding around, wife gone
to Iowa on a visit" A. W. Lauer.
Get Brick Ice Cream for your Suu-
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-
Try a bottle of that guaranteed
cough syrug at the new drug store,
Fred Reed of the Palace drug store
is transacting business in Oklahoma
Don't fail to hear the pipe organ
concert at the M. E. Church, South,
Miss Lola Miller of Siam Iowa, is
here visiting Mrs. Frank Meyers and
Missouri today, for the lirst time
in forty years has a republican as its
chief executive officer.
A large number of boys in Norman
are trying to trade off their summer
clothes for a pair of skates.
It will be warm by Friday night—
Don't forget the concert at the M. E.
Church, South, Friday night.
Get your tickets for the pipe organ
dedication concert Friday night.
They are on sale at Fred Reed's
The board of education has adver-
tised for bids on the construction of
the new school buildings. They will
be opened January 30th.
County Superintendent McDonald
went to Guthrie this morning to
attend ^the-meeting of the state
school officers association.
Miss Avo Berry went to Oklahoma
City Saturday to be present at the
marriage of ner aunt, Miss Mattie
Henry to Mr. Ed Humphry.
Hon. S. M. Rutherford has been
named as the delegate to go to
Washington and deliver the electoral
vote of Oklahoma to Bryan.
In yesterday's paper it was stated
that Miss Carrie Ansen had been
called to her home in Missouri on ac-
count of the death of her sister. Her
sister is not dead, but only worse.
The next time Wm. Fleeharty
takes a pair of suit cases for a lady
to take to her home he will hang on
to the same until he delivers them.
Hon. S. W. Hutchin of tbis district
has been named as chairman of the
House committee on "retrenchment
and Reform." a very important
H. H. Jacobs a farmer living west
of Norman, is nursing a very soer
hand as the result of having the
tine of a fork run through one of
Mr. Gibson, local manager of the
telephone company, and wife were
called to Wichita Sunday by tele-
gram annoncing the death of Mrs.
L. F. Outhouse and a Mr. Hodges
of Tuttle were in Norman yesterday
and today looking alter the purchase
of some work mules and attending
tcsome other business matters.
Last night was the coldest of the
of the year the mercury standing at
zero this morning at 4 o'clock. (Don't
ask us bow we learned this fact.) The
wind has calmed and the storm seems
to be over at the present.
A prominent young society woman
of this city was heard to remark to
a young man who walked into the
Post Office today with her, "the idea
of paying two dollars for a license
and then not getting married." The
conversation was doubtless in regard
to a license secured by a young man
yesterday on a dare, and the party of
the second part wilting when license
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 THE Lowestj
k ■jMnjMLiJitik re* i
5 WnHnf? WnHn® <
are something that we eat so i:
is something very essential
Vl^ATCH were the people trade that Wants the best. It •
costs no more if you buy at the right place. Goto
JF\ A M ALLOY'S
TF you want a g'ood suit of clothes lor a small amount of
money we liave it. Or if you want your old suit cleaned
pressed, and made ready for wearing-, see us.
French Dry Cleaning a Specialty.
BOWERS & BOATMAN.
The plumbers in Norman are get-
ting a blessing at the present time.
They insist that they can't keep the
pipes from freezing in zero weather.
They let on that they don't like the
job of mending frozen pipes and the
people do say that their bills indicate
The storm has slackened the rush
to some extent, the merchants sales,
but they say they are pleased to sea
the cold snap for it meana so much
benefit to crops next season. It putu
the ground in good condition and
kills so many insects that would be
injurious to next seasons crops.
O. XT. -vs. Edmond
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Danner, V. E. Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 8, Ed. 1 Monday, January 11, 1909, newspaper, January 11, 1909; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106690/m1/3/: accessed July 31, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.