Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, February 5, 1909 Page: 5 of 8
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Coming and Going.
The best is at Maloy's.
Fine stationary at Lindsay's.
Bulk Olives at Mascbo's C. O, D.
Pure Ribbon cane syrup at Mas-
cho's C. O. D.
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Wall paper, Paints, oils & glass at
Lindsay's drug store.
sum ('■> —
Best coffee in town guaranteed to
give satisfaction, Mascho's C. O D.
Get Brick Ice Cream for your Sun-
day dinner at the Uni Confectionery.
4 inch No I Sewerage tiling 10c
per ft.— Hullum-Taylor-IMlnteer
We deliver bread, pies, and cakes
to any part of the city. Midden-
dorfs Bakery—Phone 289.
E. K. Himes and Clare Fisher are
dredging the Canadian today in
search of gold.
Wright's smoke sure cures meat—
Lindsay's drug store.
Hats cleaned and blocked at Bow-
ers & Boatman phone 347.
Take your perscription to the new
Phone the Farmers Co-Operative
Store Company for a sack of "Gold
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.
V ... 1
^ Classified Wants, *a
V 3 lines; 1 week, 25c-3 lines; 1 time, 10c'*
"Gold Dollar Flour" none quite so
good. Try a sack. Farmers Co-Opera-
tive Store Co.
Bread, pies and cakes like mother
used to bake,at the West Side Bak-
ery. Phone 377.
Rev. Theo. F. Brewer will preach
at the Baptist church Sunday night
Dr. Evans will occupy the pulpit one
week from then.
Wanted—50 people to bring their
work to Harris'. French Dry Clean-
ing a specialty.
For Sale—5 room house and 4 lots
for $600—who wants it? Must goat
once. State Investment Co.
Wanted:—A place to work during
spare hours by student. Address
"Worker." General delivery.
Surveyors are at worn on Noaman's
streets establishing grades prepara-
tory to paving. From all indications
paving will be begun by March 1st.
6 inch No I Sewerage tiling I5c
perft —Hullum-Taylor Minteer
Chas. Tuggle of Erick, Oklahoma,
who has been here visiting with the
family of P. A Maloy, returned to
his home this morning. Mr. Tugele
is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Maloy's.
The Noiman Milling Company
have ordered machinery for a new
ice plant. Speculation has been rife
for some time as to what Norman
would do for ice this snmmer the old
ice plant having been burned early
in the fall.
Copies of the Independent can
now be secured at Kingkades
Book Store. Subscriptions will
also be received there at the
If you are a subscriber and don't
get your paper phone No. 3 about
For Painting, varnishing wall pa-
per hanging and general house clean-
ing phone 377—Owen & Wetherbee.
Lost:—Young setter dog rather
large, black and white had collar on
wiih brass ring. Finder or holder re-
turn to John Taylor at Hullum-Tay-
lor-Minteer Hdwe. Co. and receive
Meyer, Meyer & Morris
The House Furnisher
The Globe Wernicke Book Cases
The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets
The Wheeler & Wilsoh Sewing
The Seally Mattress
And all of the very best
lines of furniture.
iIEPiricies _£^""5rs the Lowest
MASCHO'S C. O. D. !
"Does Offer Baits" %
Every article in our store Las a
price on it that makes yru thiuk
it is a BAIT. At least customers
always come back after they have
bit on our baits.
I "We sell the Best for the Least."
The New White Rock Cafe
Opposite Lindsay's Drug Store
Just starting in business; Call and give us a trial.
We are open night and day.
Dryden <fc Pennock.
LOST;—A gold bracelet with lock-
et with initials J. W. S. on outside,
Return to J. W. Stoyer.
H. G. Greenman as manager of the
New York Tailoring company has
rented rooms in the rear of the First
National Bank building and will
open up a high class tailoring shop
soon. Mrs. Greenman will be asso-
ciated with her husband. They have
had years ot experience in their
work and doubtless will establish a
good and creditahie business. They
will be prepared to do both ladies
and gentlemen's work and will be
glad to meet the public as soon as
they open up.
I now have ou hand
Brick and Swiss
I will also have a line of fresh
Eel and Smoke White Fish next
E. F. RE1TZ, East Main.
First National Bank Building
All work guaranteed. Norman, Okla.
Women of the Future. «&>
By Mme. MELBA, Opera Sinner.
"ITjTW <) MAN'S beauty will be more refined in the future. In a
hundred years from now the prevailing type will be of
extreme daintiness. GREATER USE OF HER BRAIN
will spititualize the woman of the future. Ilcr counte-
nance will be alight with intelligence.
FREAK FASHIONS WILL DIE. THERE WILL BE HARMONY IN
DRESS, DAINTINESS IN MANNER AND SPEECH, A SHUNNING OF
HOLLOWNESS AND AFFECTATION.
Woman's freedom, which she will surely win, will not rob her of
woman's LOVE FOR HOME.
After a man has battled with the world and been buffeted by it he
returns with an ever growing longing for the peace and beauty of
the home environment. So when a wider book of life open? before a
woman she will surely find the bonds of home life drawing mors
tightly around her.
A WOMAN WILL ALWAYS BE A WOMAN. THE HARD, UNSYM-
PATHETIC FACTS OF LIFE WILL MAKE HER HOME SEEM EVEN
MORE OF A HAVEN THAN EVER.
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Danner, V. E. Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, February 5, 1909, newspaper, February 5, 1909; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106711/m1/5/: accessed October 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.