The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 19, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SCIENCE OF DRUGLESS HEALING
A COMMON-SENSE METHOD OF HELPING NATURE
Osteopathic Treatment imposes no additional work on the
Body, by ove loading it with foreign substances, but ever asaiats
Nature in her efforts to overcome the disease condition and bring
about a restoration to the Normal.
. If you have failed to get relief by other methods, see
Temporarily located at Cottage Home Hotel
Dr. G. L. DA V1DSON
The Daily Transcript
J. J. BURKE. Editor and Owner
Entered as second-class matter
January 17, 1914, at the Postoffice at
>rman, Okla . undei the Act of
arch 3, 1879
Phone items of interest for this
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—Victrolas ana new
Reed's Drug Store.
;—If you are interested in a Palm
Beach suit Rucker wants to see you.
—I have for sale some of the beat
residence lots in Norman, on West
aide, will sell cheap, lots 25 to 32 iti
block 19, Wagg ner's addition. Large
shade and fruit trees. L. C. Oliver.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McClure visited
Oklahoma City today.
Miss Blanche Holland i; here overi
Sunday from Edmond. Okla.
Mr. C. C. McClure returned home
yesterday from a trip in Kansas.
Miss Ruby McCall of Oklahoma
City is visiting Miss Bessie Elledge.
Miss Dora Brown, who has been in
Edmond, is spending the week-end at
• * *
Miss Foy Runyan is here from Ed-
mond for the week-end, where she is
[attending summer school.
Miss Mary McMillan is home fron.
Wynnewood, Okla., where she has
, been visiting for the past few daya.
Mrs. W. N. Rucker is expected to
return today from Texas where she
has been visiting her sister and;
• * *
Miss Margaret McClure gave a1
slumber party Thursday night in hon-j
or of Miss Mildred McClure who left
this afternoon for her home in St. I
Louis. Those who attended were ]
Misses Edna Bessent, Helen Berry,!
Xyla Pendleton, Helen Hudgens, j
Frances Buchanan, Mildred and Mar-!
garet McClure. Mid-night refresh-
ments were served.
Miss Mary Baker entertained a
triad w0W<l of young people at her home
* on Tonhawa, Friday evening. Danc-
j ing and cards were the order of the ]
li' u . , .. _ . , evening and ice cream and cake were
—i. The guests who enjoyed the!
evenings pleasures, included Misses I
Hessie Frost, Ruth Wingate, Irene
Ai/ibrister, Hattie I'oyntz Moomau, i
Bessie Elledge, Marguerite Jones.!
Jessie Acree, lone Sales; Messrs Her-!
bert Hyde, Dewey Wolf, Charley WU-1
key, Okla Bobo, Joe Hicks, 'and Carl j
Ince and Dave Morris.
—Mrs. Clarence Saunders left on
Wednesday to visit her parents in
—We have something very special
to offer you tonight. Rucker's.
—Nyal's Face Cream is greaseless
and protects your face against sun-
burn and tan. At Reed's.
—A good piano for sale or rent. A
bargain. Call at 412 E. Comanche or
phone 442. Prof. E. L. Howard.
-Win. Francy is here from Okla- cr0VV(1 of J
nr*iu I t' rn.I'i" rraHmir ha ir <in _
homa City today getting the
hand from his numerous friends.
of "brand new" summer dresses for
ladies and misses. Let us show them
to you. Rucker's
—Double-seated Buggy for sale, or
will trade for good cow. J. H. Voss,
phone 382. 3t*
—Prof. M. A. Nash is here from
Madill where he has been connected
with the schools at that place.
—For Rent: Six-room house with;
bath, near University. T. H. Brewer,!
488 Elm St. 3t* '
Okla., a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. S. M
Moore, made them a short visit this
week. They had not met for twenty-
five years, when they parted in Kan-
sas. Mr. King was much pleased with
Norman, thinking it the best little
city he has seen in Oklahoma.
hoice. See R. E. Clement, 933 East
Hubert, north of easl side school. 3t*
—I have for sale a good five room
iiouse in good repair, on three fine
lots at 203 East Eufaula, plenty of
fruit, shade and shrubbery Come and
inspect it. L. C. Oliver. ' 8-10t
—Extra specials from 6:30 to 9:30
—Rooms and Board:
-If you've never accompanied a men exclusively, at $4.
• *«* *«• t? «* <«
home, you'd better read "Foxy Grand- men a women. Gibson House
pa's" trip with the Newly Weds in the (Sigma Chi House) 678 Asp avenue
T . — - - •
Watch for it.
O. K. TRANSFER AND
Reutepholer & Frick Props.
OFFICE PHONE 225
RESIDENCE PHONE 263
Your Patronage Solicited.
—Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Hine and babe
♦ are here from Purcell visiting Mrs.
♦ (line's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
♦ | —Purily Ice Cream: Order a brick
♦ or two from Phone 364, for that Sun-
♦ lay dinner. An elegant desert.
| —It will be well worth your while
i to visit our store tonight from G:30
I to 9:30. Rucker's.
I. O. O. F. CEMETERY
Persons owning lots in I. O.
O. F. cemetery should confer
with the superintendent, A. J.
Sells, and have lots cleaned up,
sodded, etc. Charges reason-
able. Cement work done. See
Sells on the grounds or ad-
dress him at No. 807 E. Main.
—Large list of rent proDerty for
next school year. See A. McDaniel.
Why V/ish and Wait?
—It's Yours Now
Sooner or later y >u are going to buy a good kitcher. cabinet. You naturally rebel at useless kitchen labor,
long hours and thousands of extra steps.
Even now you ..re dreading the coming summer's heat. Why not be guided by the judgment of over
800,000 Hoosier owners? They have solved your work problem.
With a Hoosier you can sit down at your work. You overcome summer heat and escape excessive toil
merely by putting into your kitchen now.
The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet
Saves M>!es of Steps
Thousands of women all over the country are buy-
ing Hoosiers this month to escape summer drudgery.
The have the joy of a Hoosier all summer long. By
the time summer is over all the little payments will
have been made, and their Hoosier works for then:
a lifetime free.
Inspect the Hoosier yourself and you will be con-
vinced that you should not go through the summer
months without the relief it brings.
One cabinet lasts you a lifetime if you select the
Hoosier. As an example of its quality, $100,000 ex-
tra every year goes into the pure aluminum on the
tables alone. Yet, enormous sales everywhere have
brought the cost of each cabinet down to an insig-
The quality of the Hoosier you buy from us is
backed by this famous g-uarantee—"Your money
back unless you are delighted with your Hoosier."
So when you buy your kitchen cabinet, choose the
Hoosier. You'll never make a better investment.
This week $1 wiil put the Hoosier in your home
We will deliver a Hoosier to your home this week if you merely pay us $1—a few pennies a day for a
short time completes the low cash price. No extra fees or interest. Why wish and wait when merely a
dollar gives you afternoon freedom instead of all-day drudgery? This famous Hoosier Club Plan was initi-
ated solely to enable you and every other woman to get a Hoosier the minute you know you would like to have it
Come in today. Don't.delay. Don't let summer come upon you unprepared. Other women are turning
their kitchens into scientific workshops now, and a single little dollar will do as much for you. ACT NOW
I. M. JACKSON
—Nyal's Face Jream save3 your
complexion. Reed's Drug Store
—Just received a nice lot of canta-
! loupes and Logan berries. McGinley's
Warm weather combined with fam-
—Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Armstrong iiy washing is no pleasant combina-
Clarence Haun, of Oklaho-! we enjoying a visit from Mr. and Mrs. tier..
ma City, is here visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H "" ~
■ —For Sale:
least of Noble
—Have you seen those pretty dress-
es made of the latest stripe voile?
Both the styles and the prices are
—Our shoes and ready-to-wear is
the talk of the town. We are prepar-
ed to fit all sizes with the newest. We
J. Armstrong, of Polytechnic, Tex., Let us make life more comfortable
McCall for a few1 a sui3urb of Fort Worth. The two for you by having our wagon call for
' gentlemen are brothers and the two your "flat work" or family washing.
ladies sisters, so it may be imagined Its cheap and will please you. Phone j are very anxious to prove to you that
80 acre farm 9 they are having a fine time. 71. Norman Steam Laundry. we have just what we advertise.
19 acres in cotton, r.j 1 Rucker's.
acres in corn, 50 acres heavy bur oak1 —County Commissioner J. W. Simp- —Try a Classified Liner
timber, and pasture; house and well. son W6S >n town Saturday enroute to Transcript.
Price $500.00; terms on part J. W his home at Cole, after a visit at Nor-
Linton. man and Oklahoma City. He was ac- —Mrs. W. N. Rucker and two sons, ing, but lived only a little while. _ ^
companied by his grandson, Amon Trurnan and Ralph, came home today | funeral will be held this afternoon| mendous acreage" of wheat and oatir
for [Ince, from Norman, who will spend from a three week's visit with Mrs. ] fromthe home, corner of Santa Fe
j —A little son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Norval I. Sommers this morn-
—We have a nice line of fresh veg-
etables daily. F. J. McGinley.
—"Foxy Grandpa" knows who's who
in Norman. See who he visits in the
—Are you thinking of buying a
man's Palm Beach suit? If so, Ruck-
er wants to see you.
—■-Harvest is in full blast over in
McClain county, and never before In
the history of that country have ihey
had a better yield. There is a tn*-
J. S. DREISBACH
Singer Sewing Machines on
Live and Let Live My Motto
Give Me a Trial
Residence Phone 502
—We are still headquarters
wearing apparel for each member ofjseverai months at the home of his
the family. If you are interested in t grandfather.—Purcell Register.
anything in our line, see us. Ruck-
er's. , —Fresh Jersey Cow for Sale: See
Tom Cheatwood at office over Lind-
say's confectionery. 3t
—Prof. H. H. Lane instructs us to
send his Transcript to Peoria, 111.,
where Mrs. Lane and the boys will | —C. M. Keiger tells us his loan
# spend the summer. Mr. Lane expects company, the National Building and
I to remain in New England until Loan of Detroit, writes him that Nor
R ker's sister, Mrs. W. H. Weller,'and Eufaula. The numerous friends
in Katy, Texas, and friends at Hous- of the young parents will sincerely
ton, reporting a delightful visit | ?ympathise with them. It was their
I firstb' rn. *
—Washing and Ironing solicited.
Price right. 612 Hubert street.
—Call McGinley's Grocery for home
grown vegetables and fruits.
—Fresh candies at Reed's.
—For Rent: Six-room house, close
to University. Inquire 706 Asp Ave.,
W. W. McCullough. 3t*
August, when thev will all return to. man is the only'town or city in Okla- Wilson. The lady i;
Norman. * | homa where it will make loans, which Mlla M. A. Jolly, c
ertainly speaks well for the Univer-
♦ CARPENTERING AND CON-
♦ TR ACTING
♦ N. H. Spencer
♦ No. "26 East Main
♦ Job Wrork a Specialty
♦ Drop me a card and I will
♦ call and figure with you on big;
or little jobs.
E. Ilaxsteen showed us a very in- dty City.
teresting book yesterday, printed in '
Albany. N. ^in 1819, almost 100 —Dr. Kate Harris returned yester-
years ago. It is an old grammar, and day from a six week's stay at the bed-
the rules it lays down are little differ- side of a sick sister in Missouri, and is
I |ent from those of the present gram- visiting her sister, Mrs. S. M. Walters,
j mars. On its flyleaf ir bears the in- .1 few weeks. She expects to go to
rriuption, "H. L. Cobb, His Rook, Ann Arbor in a short time and spend
^ sept. 17, 1828," and one can imagine the summer in post graduate work in
. with what pride the owner inscribed Osteopathy, in which she has been
- it. and how carefully he preserved it. very successful.
. Even at this late day It is in a good
I -tate of preservation He also has —Purity Ice Cream: Order a brick
■ I ^ev,e^„ ''°°l<s published in the 1820's or two from Phone 364, for that Sun
♦ and 18:)0'r- day dinner. An elegant desert.
—Mrs. M. Endicott was called to
Noble yesterday by news of the seri- j
ous illness of her mother, Mrs. M. A.J
The lady is better known as
ami has numetousl
friends who will trust she will soon j
—For Sale: A good violin. Cheap
See Clifford R. Loucks, Extension Di-
—News from Will Goe. who went
west some weeks ago, says that he is |
now in the Jackson Hole country.
Wyoming, visiting relatives. He tells j
nf taking a 35-mile tramp over the
countrv, which tried his metal con-]
iderably. He says that is a good
country out there, with great possi-
bilities, and that he may stay.
SEE IT I!
QUICK STEAM WATER HEATER. CANNER AND COOKER.
Greatest opportunity to make good honest money in the State
of Oklahoma. Twelve articles all in one. Think of it! A new
device doing twelve different things in the home.
Quick seller, does the work, delights the purchaser; a God-
send to the women of America.
100 men wanted at once to distribute this article. Come
quick. On exhibition at No. 112 N Peters Ave., Norman, Okla.
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