Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 30, 1909 Page: 7 of 8
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Coming and Going.
The best is at Maloy's.
Bulk Olives at Maloy's.
Fine stationary at Lindsay's.
Bulk Olives at Mascbo's C. O. D.
Pure Ribbon cane syrup at Mas-
cho'sC. O. D.
Wall paper, Paints, oils & glass at
Lindsay's drug store.
Best coffee in town guaranteed to
g'ltve satisfaction, Mascho's C. O D.
j5et Brick Ice Cream for your Sun-
day dinner at the Uni Confectionery.
4 inch No 1 Sewerage tiling 10c
Rev. Willis was a passenger to No-
ble Friday afternoon1
J. B. Dudley left for Kingfisher
yesterday on legal business.
Hon. Jay Sherruan returned home
to Lexington yesterday afternoon.
Brant Kirk, of Oklahoma City
transacted business in Norman yes-
Try a bottle of that guaranteed
cough syrug at the new drug store,
"Gold Dollar Flour" none quite so
good. Try a.sack. Farmers Co-Opera-
tive Store Co. ,
Good things to eat at the West
Side Bakery—Delivered every morn-
ing. Phone 377.
3 Inch No I Sewarage tiling 7 1-2
tents per ft.—Hullum-Taylor-MIn
teer Hdwe. Co.
Mrs. Chas Herrington was a passen-
ger to Oklahoma City yestetday af
Mrs. J. M. Corn left for Noble Fri-
day afternoon to attend to some
County commissioner John Fox was
a passenger to Oklahoma City Satur-
Sheriff Ike Sales and wife were
passengers to Oklahoma City Satur-
Miss Maggie Alford of Mulhall is
in Norman visiting her sister Mrs.
Huey and settling up her fathers
Bread, pies and cakes like mother
used to bake,at the West Side Bak-
ery. Phone 377.
Phone the Farmers Co-Operative
Store Company for a sack of "Gold
We deliver bread, pies, and cakes
to any part of the city. Mldden-
dorfs Bakery—Phone 289.
Mrs. Oliver Foster returnrd 'home
Canadian County Saturday morning;
to resume h6r duties in the school
room next Monday.
Carl Brown of Oklahoma City,; in
hunting costume pissed through
Norman on yesterday afternoon s
Robt. N. Paschal aged 25 and Miss
HattieGuy age 19 both of Washington
were granted a license to wed by
Judge Sharp, also W. S. Shaffer age
19 and Miss Myrtle Bertram age 17,
both of Moore prevailed upon Judge
Sharp to issue a license to get mar-
If you want good coffee go to Ma loy
Get your groceries at Maloy's.
Try a bottle of Lindsay's guar,
anteed cough syurp.
6 Inch No I Sewerage tiling I5c
perft — Hullum-Taylor-Mlnteer
Prof, Roberts of Noble came up to
Norman on yesterday afternoon's
train with an armful of books to ex-
change for new bjoks for school at
Mrs. A. Kingkade returned to her
home in Oklahoma City yesterday
afternoon after a short visit with
her parents and other relatives in
Prof. Jerome Dowd left for Purcell
Friday afternoon to spend Saturday
with Mr. Wantland hunting, pro-
vided the wind was not so high as
Wright's smoke sure cures meat—
Lindsaj's drug store.
Hats cleaned and blocked at Bow-
ers & Boatman phone 347.
J. C. Powell Coal Dealer at old
Ice Plant. All orders delivered
promptly, Phone 417. No deliver-
ies of less than 500 pounds.
Take your perscription to the new
Dr. Kingsbury and wife Miss Ber
tha McCreary, xMiss Adie Hardie and
ot her members of the Knights and
Ladies of Security attended a meet-
ing of the Oklahoma City Lodge
Oklahoma Oity Newspapers in a Fire-
The printing plant of the Daily
Oklahoman the finest and best equip-
ped newspaper plant in the state
was gutted by fire Friday morning
between 10 and 11 o'clock. The daily
Times is also printing in the same
office and the men were just putting
the Times forms on the press when
the fire broke out. The men work-
ing in the plant all escaped and an
issue of the Times was gotten out on
the Western Newspaper Union office
and the news got out the morning
edition of the Oklahoman both pa-
pers not missing a single issue. Don't
seem to be able to suppress a news-
paper in Oklahoma by burning the
plant. They simply wire for a new
plant and go over to the neighbors
and have their paper printed until
new plant Is installed.
Meyer, Meyer & Morris
The House Furnisher
The Globe Wernicke Book Cases
The Hoosler Kitchen Cabinets
The Wheeler & Wilsoh Sewing
The Seally Mattress
And all of the very best
lines of furniture.
Prices -JL.jlj'w tieize Lowesti
j 1*. A. M A I, O Y %
j Dealer in
| Pure Groceries
I China Ware
We Offer No Bates.
Every article stands on its own merit
| 2J. A MJLLOY'S
If you are a subscriber and don't
get your paper phone No. 3 about
Sheriff Parkbam Indicted.
The grand jury in Kiowa county
returned an indictment against Sher-
iff Parkham for assaulting attorney
P. C. Lally in the court room during
the progress of the trial of the Roop
O. S. Martin formerly of this city,
but now residing at Wichita Falls
Texas shook hands with a few ac-
quaintances on the platform at the
depot yesterday afternoon as he was
on his way home from Kansas City.
Yesterday evening marked the
close of the severest gale experience
in Oklahoma for six years. For 24
hours the wind blew a gale. Some of
the towns in Northwestern Oklahoma
notably Goltry and Carmen suffered
heavily from wind and fire and Okla-
homa City had a $200,000 blaze de-
stroying the Daily Oklahoman and
Times offices and the J. I. Case ware
In the liquor case of the state vs
Phiipot, the jury returned a ver-
dict of "not guilty" the only liquor
case lost by the state during this
term of court. J. B. Dudley presid-
ed as special -judge in this case. It
seems that 'Phiipot ordered a quart
of whiskey with one named Green
and when liquor came the package
was broken open at depot and Phiipot
took his quart and went up town
with it and was. arrested by Deputy
Sheriff Wadley. He had not offered
to give away or sell any of it but
seems to have drank some out of the
bottle before reaching home, al-
though state failed to prove that he
did drink any of the contents of the
First National Bank Building
All work guaranteed. Norman, Okla.
J Classified Wants, -a
S/ 3 lines; 1 week, 25c-3 lines; 1 time, 10c /jy
Wanted—You to know that we are
till in the ring for your barber
work. Hair cut 2oc, shave 10j.—Hen-
ton & Wynne, 326 E. Main St.
Small stable on lot.
3 room house—
See M. McCul-
Wanted—50 people to bring their
work to Harris'. French Dry Cleans
ing a specialty.
LOST—A- small black morrocco
leather pocket book, containing a
$10 bill a $5 an 1809 copper piece-
finder return either to University
registrars office or Barbour's Drug
store, reward $2.
For Sale—5 room house and 4 lots
for$(i00—who wants it? Must goat
once. State Investment Co.
Copies of the Independent can
now be secured at Klngkades
Book Store. Subscriptions will
also be received there at the
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Danner, V. E. Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 30, 1909, newspaper, January 30, 1909; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106706/m1/7/: accessed October 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.