Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 26, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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NOT 80 HONEST.
while.it is news
Nothing But News
Tramp—You gave me a coat la«l
week and I found $8 In the pocket.
Lady—Honest man) so you hay#
brought it back?
Tramp—No, lidy; I've come for
other coat.—Chicago Journal.
THEY ALSO SERVE.
Want an c«en i....
A very substantial movement nan
been started among the business in-
terests of Clinton. Ok., for the exten-
sion of the electric line from Oklaho-
ma City to El Reno from the latter
place on to Clinton. Work is being
done on the line now from this city
to El Reno. A survey will be made
soon from El Reno to Clinton.
Delivered at Your Home
; Every Evening
For a Whole Month
Rampus—Yes. I'm willing to admit
that football Is a good game for those
who play, but most of the student*
take no part in it.
Campus—Well, we've got to have
somebody to root for us, haven't we?
For Only a Quarter
An Alleged Boycott.
Because the Frisco railroad secured
an injunction prohibiting the Smith
Oil and Gas Company from crossing
their right-of-way and tracks, in build-
ing a gas pipe line into Henryetta, a
town near here, the citizens called a
mass meeting and adopted hostile
resolutions, declaring a boycott
againat the road until the gas line
embargo Is remoed. The Frisco will
prosecute the alleged boycott.
THAT'S OUR WAY
Procure a pork loin roast. Do met
remove the tenderloin, but slit it, and
stuff with dry dressing made of stale
crumbs highly seasoned with salt, pep-
per and sage. Roast in usual manner,
and serve with potatoes roasted In
pan with meat, brown gravy, and ap-
Put Sugar In Teapot.
When putting away a teapot which
will not be used for some time wash
and dry thoroughly, then drop into It
a lump of sugar. This will absorb ^ny
dampness and prevent the musty taste
which is often noticed in tea made
in a pot which has not been in use.
Let Children Help.
A child's carpet sweeper will be
found useful in taking up crumbs and
threads and saves a person from stoop-
ing. A little child can be taught to
use it, thus helping a busy mather.
AN EYE TP BUSINESS.
A STOLEN KISS
The New Home
BEAT THEM ALL
I. M. Jackson's I
C. 0. D. Meat Market ••
t All Kinds of Fresh and ::
OYSTERS AftD FISH. t
I - I
% W. T. Thornton, Prop, t
Bob—If you do not marry me I
shall take poison.
Ethel—Well, don't forget that papa
keeps a chemist's shop, and his aim is
A BETTER BUSINESS.
PHONE NO. a
Grace—I think a stolen kiss the
most terrible thing I ever heard of. |
Helen—I don't think it is the most |
terrible thing I ever heard of.
Grace—Why not, my dear?
Plenty Who Want Jobs
Guthrie, Okla.—There are 200 ap-
plicants for the thirty-five positions in
the house and senate. The Import-
ant Jobs are senate secretary and chief
clerk of the hous«e, sergeant-at-arau
and reading clerks.
WE ARE CLOSING
ALL Goods at cost
Those knowing themselves to be
indebted to Marsh & Brown, Black*
Liz—My father's a scene-shifter, j smiths, Norman, Okla. Please
Bill. What's yours? come In and settle-up by the first;
Bill—Mine's a beer shifter! I as we are going out of business.
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Danner, V. E. Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 26, 1909, newspaper, January 26, 1909; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106702/m1/2/: accessed July 29, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.