Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 30, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 6, 1909 Page: 5 of 8
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The best is at Maloy's.
Fine itationary at Lindsay's.
Wright's smoke 9ure cures meat-
Lindsay's drug store.
Bulk Olives at Mascbo's C. O. D.
Pure Ribbon cane syrup at Mas-
cho'sC. O. D.
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Wall paper, Paints, oils & glass at
Lindsay's drug store.
Best coffee in town guaranteed to
give satisfaction, Mascbo's C. O D.
Hats cleaned and blocked at Bow-
ers & Boatman phone 347.
Get Brick Ice Cream for your Sun-
dry dinner at the Uni Confectionery.
4 inch No 1 Sewerage tiling 10c
per ft.— Hullum-Taylor-Mlnteer
See the Cleveland County Fair at
Opera House Feb. 19.
Mrs Donley and daughter of Ft.
Worth Texas are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. L J Edwards. Mrs. Donely
is a cousin of L. J. Edwards and
they have not met ior 19 years.
We deliver bread, pies, and cakes
to any part of the cily. Mldden-
dorfs Bakery—Phone 289.
"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.
Everybody should go to the Cleve-
land County Fair.
6 inch No 1 Sewerage tiling 15c
per ft —Huilum-Tayior Minteer
It's the greatest of the season
Cleveland County Fair at opera
house Feb. 19.
The New Idea 1909 Olub-
Friday afternoon a number of la-
dies mrt at the home of Mrs. Riley
ard organized the New Idea 1909
Club. Those elected to office were
as follow?; President Vlrs. Kimberlin,
Vice-i r> f-ident M a Essex, Second
yice Pres. Mr*. Hutngarner, Secre
tary Mrs. Gilkev, Treasurer Mrs.
Carder, Literary Recorders Mesdames
Rilej, Herrington and Westervelt.
Bring your pumpkins and taters
aiid win the prize at the Cleveland
County Fair Feb. 19.
LOST—A bird-dog black and white
spotted, about 10 months old, has
a collar on with Dr. H. H. Wilson,
Shawnee Okla. Finder please return
to Dr. Capshaw Norman Okla , and
Try a bottle of Lindsay's guar-
anteed cough syurp.
Take your perscription to the new
Phone the Farmers Co-Operative
Store Company for a sack of "Go d
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 Classified Wants.
y 3 lines; 1 week, 25c—3 lines; 1 time, 10c'JjJ
Wanted—50 people to bring their
work to Harris'. French Dry Clean-
ing a specialty.
Wanted:—A place to work during
spare hours by student. Address
"Worker." General delivery.
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
wi'h brass ring. Finder or holder re-
turn to John Taylor at Hullum-Tay-
or-Minteer Hdwe. Co. and receive
LOST;—A gold bracelet with lock-
et with initials J. W. S. on outside.
Return to J. W. Stoyer.
I now have ou hand
Brick and Swiss
I will also have a liue of fresh
Eel and Smoke White Fish next
E. F. REITZ, East IMain.
Meyer, Meyer & Morris
The House Furnishers
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.
IPlRICIES .ikl-iTHE LOWEST
MASCHO'S C. O. D.
"Does Offer Baits"
Every article in our store has a
price on it that makes yru think
it is a BA J f. At least customers
always come back after they have
bit on our baits.
For Sale—5 room house and 4 lots
for $600—who wants it? Must goat
once. State Investment Co.
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 Sz Pennock.
First National Bank Building
All work guaranteed. Norman, Okla.
Women Are as Well
Fitted to Vote as Men.
By Ex-Judtfe CHARLES G. NEELY of Chicago.
CIIR woman's suffrage question is nothing more or less than
a constitutional one, for men made the constitution and
bestowed upon themselves the right to vote. It is claimed
that women should not be dragged into public affairs, but
men are no better fitted to wade into the
mire of poliiios titan women, except by their dress.
Generally speaking, women are finer than men in their reason and
conduct. History proves that everything that the women have put
their minds to have been MADE BETTER. Why, then, hesitate
to invite the BEST ELEMENT OF SOCIETY to participate in
' * * *
FRANCHISE FOR WOMEN IS COMING. I BELIEVE WE ARE IN
A GREAT PERIOD OF HUMAN HISTORY, AND WOMEN ARE TO
TAKE AN IMPORTANT PART IN CIVIC AFFAIRS. THE GOVERN-
MENT OWES A DUTY TO ITSELF TO INVITE THE WOMEN TO
PARTICIPATE IN THE GREAT QUESTIONS OF THE DAY.
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Danner, V. E. Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 30, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 6, 1909, newspaper, February 6, 1909; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106712/m1/5/: accessed October 15, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.