Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 42, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 20, 1909 Page: 5 of 8
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Coming and Going.
Two=th irds of your life,
TRADE MahK REGISTERED 1 0f
Your dollars do tbeir greatest
work at Holland's.
The Baptist Ladies White Sale
Mrs. Frank Ephraim and son left
Friday afternoon for Oklahoma City
to visit friends.
Mrs. L lienner and Mrs. E. G.
Sherman visited in Oklahoma City
Candy! Fresh chocolate and Bon-
bons—Lindsay the druggist.
Mrs. Reed and husband were called
J. C. Wails was a passenger to OU-!to Norman yesterday afternoon by
lahoma City Friday afternoon. the su^den death of Mrs. Reed's
mother, Mrs. S. M. Scott, of this city.
Prof. J. W. Sturgis was a passenger
to Oklahoma City Friday afternoon. 't*s the greatest of the season,
the Cleveland County Fair at the'
Franing February 23. Benefit Nor-
man Public Library and the Christ-
Geo. Giles and wife wire passengers
to Oklahoma City Friday afternoon.
Wall Paper, Paints and Glass
Miss Louise Rouzie Smith, Instruct-
or of Oratory, University, Okla., will
give an evening at the Franing Opera
House on March 6tb. The first of the
program will bo "reading" given by
Miss Smith; the second part will be
amateur work by her pupils in a two
A Musical, - Mrs. Leland T. Powers.
A*-1' I ■ - The Rehearsal
ACT II. - - The Musical.
A Kentucky Cinderella, F. Hopkinson
Apple Blossoms, - William Martin
Tenvoi, - - Rudyard Kipling.
The Broken Pitcher, - Pontet.
I he Nustard Plaster, - Howard
A Reminiscence, - Louise Rouzie
The Gum Swamp Debate, Harry Still-
well Edwards (Resolved: dot de pen
am more powerful dan de powder.)
Miss Smith presents the following
pupils in, two act comedy.
Second Floor Spoopendyke.
by Grace Livingston Furness.
Artie Bruce, - - Dean Harr.
Bigler Jimpson, - Roy Johnson.
Colonrl Thomas Quincey Ginty,
Homer T. King.
Tyrone Herbert, - Carrol Moore
Jenks, - - Mark Hodson,
Kessie Ginty, - Ina Johnson.
Dodo McLaren, - Agnes Lindsay.
Sarah, - - - Nina Davis.
G. W. Burke was down town yester-
day for the first time in several days.
He has been nursing a bad case of La
Don't fail to take notice of the In-
dependent's big piano voting contest
and nominate some young lady you
know as a contestant
Three Button Novelty Sack,
dip front, slanting buttonholes.
the working, producing,
public portion of your earthly
career, is spent in your
clothes —why not have them
made expressly for you?
You can have the best
clothes — embodying admir-
able fit, permanent shape
and correct style, made by
Ed. V. Price & Co., of
Chicago, at a moderate price.
Make an early selectio/i
of their handsome fabrics
and original fashion ideas
and have us take your meas-
Bowers & Boatman
Mrs. J. A. Mitchener, of Konawa,
Okla.: deputy state manager for the
Woodmen Circle, is visiting in the
city: guest of Mrs W. C. Henton.
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.
M O R B NOMINATIONS
TO DA 1"
Hereafter all notices of church so-
cials excoanges, box Suppers and all
such meetings where charges are
made will be charged for at the
regular local rate of five cents per
ine payable in advance. This course
is taken because we receive so many
requests of this nature that it is im-
possible for us to publish them all
without losing money, and cannot
very *ell afford to cut, any out with-
out cutting all out. Neither can we
afford to send collectors around to
collect small sums at places which
we spend more time finding than the
account is worth.
Meyer, Meyer & Morris
The House Furnishers
I he Globe Wernicke Book Cases
The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets
The Wheeler & Wil.soh Sewing
The Seally Mattress
And all of the very best
lines of furniture.
imp IEr RICES TI-EEIE T ,ci\X7"rg|"pl
Votes are coming fast. Ten more
days and somebody gets $io in
gold. Subscriptions count up fast-
est and the girl who wins will be
the one who gets the most.
I he following young ladies have
been nominated as candidatee in
the Independent's big piano voting
contest—\ oting on all these candi-
ciatss began today. Other nomin-
ations will be printed as soon as
they come in.
i Miss Anna McCall, Norman.
" Leota Winton, "
" Dot Bell,
" Nina Davis, "
" Lucile McKittrick, "
" May Bumgarner, "
" Agnes Lindsay, "
Blanche Smith "
Mary Taylor, "
Euline Capshaw "
Madge Mays, "
Anna Ka hoe, "
Lula Sherrod, R 5.
Bessie Lvies, K. 5.
Nadine L-twther, Norman.
Mrs. Stella Sadsberry, R 5.
Miss line Webster, Norman
Miss Ina Johnson, Norman.
Miss Dixie Lindsay, Norman
" l iesa Donnelly, "
" Lee Siler, Moore
" J >sie Dyer, "
" Pearl Cundriff, "
" Elsie Griffin, R 7
" May Harris "
" Beatrice Gill "
" Etta Alexander
" May Baker
tion turned in counts 1000 votes;
each 5 year subscription io,oo
votes; $ 1.00 worth of advertising
secured by a candidate herself
counts 500 votes; and each 25c
want add 200 votes. Also every
dollars purchase at the following
merchants counts 25 votes:
Nolan & Martin,
Barbour & Sons,
H. P, Alden,
Mrs. Lizzie Smith,
S. K. McCall & Company,
P. A. Maloy,
Meyer, Meyer & Morris.
SEE RULES OF CONTEST
ON ANO ! HER PAGE.
Bring your pumpkins and tatcr*
and win the prize at the CEeyelat#
County Fair at the Franing Fch„
2 3. Benefit of f.he Norman Puhlfc
Library and the ChHstfan Church.,
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Danner, V. E. Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 42, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 20, 1909, newspaper, February 20, 1909; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106724/m1/5/: accessed October 15, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.