The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 200, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 15, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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he first on the market. 15c per box.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
I am a candidate for renomination
for the office of County Judge, sub-
ject to the decision of the Democratic
voters at the primary in August, 1916.
11 F. WOLF.
FOR STATE SENATOR
I am a candidate for the nominatioi
for State Senator of this district j
(Cleveland, McClain and Garvin coun-'
ties) Subject to the decision of th>.!
Democratic voters at tile August,,
1916, primaries. JEP KNIGHT. I
Wynnewood, Okla., March 7, 191 f |
, FOR COUNCILMAN—THIRD WARD (
I am a candidate for nomination as'[
member of the city council, subject to ■
the decision of the Democratic voters |
of the Third Ward, art the primary on;
March 21st. I would appreciate vour
] support. D. BORJES. I
Save money now by buying your supply
at these prices on gallon goods.
40c gallon can sliced Lemon Cling Peach 30c
40c gallon can Apricots 35c
40c gallon can Yellow Free Peaches 35c
85c gallon can Peach Butter 70c
50c gallon can Puyallup Blackberries ..40c
60c gallon can Puyallup Logan Berries -55c
35c gallon can Delmonte Pumpkin 25c
76c gallon Loomis Pears — 50c
86c gallon S. B. S. Red Raspberries 60c
65c gallon String Beans _ 50c
65c gallon Peas 50c
40c gallon Kraut —30c
40c gallon New York Apples - ..30c
90c gallon can Castle Haven
or Monroe County Cherries - 70c
Pork and Beans 50c
These prices are good for this week only.
Mr. Borjes needs no introduction to
the voters of the Third ward, for he
has ever been an active, energetic and
enterprising citizen of the ward, and
iis a private citizen ever looking after
i her interests. He is a property owner,
a friend of education and of labor, a
man who would give a ' square deal"
to every interest. His long residence
in Norman gives him especial knowl-
edge of her needs, and he would be a
representative of all the people.
SCHOOL BOND MATTER
., The election proclamation for school
., bonds, and the statement of the Board 1
., of Education concerning the proposed |
., buildings is reproduced in this issue,
., on the third page. This isue of the 1
Transcript goes into every home in
Norman, and the statement should be
read by every voter, so that he or she
•j* may vote understandingly.
Norman can not afford to take a
step backward in the matter of
edeouate school facilities. "The Board
is None too Good for Norman" should
be our motto. The citizens should
stand solidly behind the Board of
Education in the efforts of the mem-
bers of that body to give us the best
schools in Oklahoma.
Women in the city who are regis-
tered can vote on this proposition.
All the women in the attached part of
the school district (outside the in-
corporation) can vote, if they are of
votable age and have the other
+ qualifications as to residence, etc.
• • These latter ladies do not have to
'' j be registered, as they live outside the
The election is to be held next Tues-
j day, a week from today. The Tran-
i script hopes to see a thoroughly good
j vote polled, and believes it will be
10 to 1 in favor of the proposition.
•' i cit;
—Take a cold bottle home.
Special, a health drink.
—Ladies, call at McCall's at once
' ' | and get your tickets for that free mov-
' ing picture demonstration of the
Gossard corset at University Theatre
HAVE YOU SEEN 5001?
AN IMPRESSIVE SHOWING OF
That unfolds the newest and most delightful of fashion's
innovations in coats for youthful figures.
Every college girl
can find just the coat
she wants, with the
added assurance that
she will not see it dupli-
cated on the campus.
Exclusive styles, many
showing smart little
capes and oddly shaped
sleeves and a variety of
trimming modes, while
others are fashioned
especially for the "tail-
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The S. K. McCall Co.
"NORMAN'S GREATEST STORE"
HOUSE FOR RENT: Good six-room
house on East Main, south of high
school. Apply C. F. Cox, Route 4, or
Phone 451—1 long, 1 short. 0-31*
Don't fail to call for your Stork Script at time of purchase.
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The Daily Transcript A ~
J. J. BURKE, Editor and Owner
Entered as second-class matter
January 17, 1914, at the Postoffice at
Norman, Oklahoma, under the Act of
March 8, 1879.
Mail Subscriptions, year $2.60
Mail Subscriptions, 6 months 1.25
Mail Subscriptions, 1 month .25
By Cirrier, per annum 2.00
By Carrier, per week ' .05
Issudd Daily except Thursdays and
NOTICE TO W. O. W. AND W. C.
To all Member* of Norman Camp No.
154 and Ivy Grove No. 17:
You will find the clerk's office in
the M. C. Runyan building on South
Peters avenue, opposite Carey, Lom-
bard Lumber Co. office, phone 225.
—You can get anything you want in
'rnit or shade trees from L. C. Oliver,
203 East Eufaula. 5td
JERSEY FOR SALE:
cow, giving milk.
See A. McDanief.
—Miss Maud Hartley left last even-
ing for an extended visit with her sis-
ter, Mrs. Pearl Stukey, at Denver,
J. W. Abies is again in charge of
the Sooner confectionery, the proceed-
ings in the McCall bankruptcy case
having reached the stage where the}
room could be released. Mr. Abies
will add materially to the stock and
expects to make the "Sooner" a first
—Mrs. W. C. Smith came down (
from Guthrie this morning to attend j
the Merry Makers function tonight
and visit friends She reports all the
folks well and prosperous.
HORSE, BUGGY AND HARNESS for
sale: Black mare, 11 years old. In!
good condition and without blemish.
Gentle for family driving. C. W.
Shannon, Phone 37. 0-3t
GOOD HEAVY OATS FOR SALE:'
About 400 bushels still left. Henry
Luttmer, one mile north and one west
of Norman. 3t
See Rucker's window**
for newest thing in
Don't fail to give them
A Good Assortment of Colon.
SOc and $1.00
MR. HAVILL TO HOSPITAL
Rev. L. H. Havill, whose injuries by
being run over by a wagon was notjd
yesterday, was taken to the Wes'.? y
hospital by Dr. McLaughlin of Denver
last evening. He is suffering from
three broken ribs and a fractured
Choctaw Flow, per sack $1.60
No. 1 Pork & Beans 5c
8 rolls Toilet Paper 10c
2 bars Soap for 5c
Sunlight Sugar Cured
Bacon, per pound 25c
Winchester Sugar Cured
Bacon per pound 20c
Eating Potatoes, bushel $140
Large Gano Apples, pk. 30c
Nice Bananas, doz. 15c
2 lbs. Dried Peaches 15c
Bulk Ginger Snaps, lb. _6c
1 lb. can Quail Coffee . _S5c
3 1-lb. cans Quail Coffee $1
I lb. pkg. R.B.M. Coffee 25c
—Try a stine of Reif's Special with
one of our five cent sandwiches. Jit-!
ney Lunch Room. % j
—The Get-Together banquet of the
Norman Chamber of Commerce will;
be held at the Presbyterian banquet j
hall tomorrow (Wednesday) night. A
fTood program of "eats" and of ad-
dresses has been prepared and aj
splendid time is anticipated. These
Get-Together banquets are "worth
while" in every respect, and, judging:
from the way the tickets are going,
this one will be well attended.
REPUBLICANS, FOURTH WARD NORMAN CREAMERY COMPANY
Take notice there will be meeting
at the court house tonight (Tuesday)
at 7:30 for the purpose of ejecting
four (4) delegates to the county con-
vention A. McDANIEL,
My office will be closed the week
beginning March 20th to allow me to
attend the Post Graduate Dental
mooting in Kansas City, Mo.
DR. GOODRICH, Jr.
—Those new spring offerings at
Rucker's are something out of com-
mon. All the new spring patterns.
Ladies are invited to see them.
—Lots of local news on the inside
pages of the Daily today. Read every
Every Norman Lady
Shonld see those
New Silks at
—Mrs. R. C. Manley was here fromj
Noble over Sunday, the guest of Mr. j
and Mrs. Chas. Gough.
^wberrtes, Per Box, 15c
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTER-KRUST BREAD
McCALL'S C. O. D.
207 EAST MAIN
—Green Carnations at the Levy
| Green House. St. Patrick's Day.
Junior Big Sticks
2 for 5 cents
For Hi School Kids. Get one |
•inder your hat or bonnet.
See them in our window, then \
put one tween your teeth.
Carter's Nickel Store
ENTY of GOOD
should he included
in the <iiet of every
"But insist upon"
-j/fic Ice Cream. Supreme
ghied iQifc The ft.S.CoInc.,N.Y.
DO people read this column?
Your are reading it pow. I
INCUBATOR WANTED: A 120 or
240 egg Safety incubator wanted.
What have you? Address J. R. New-
kumet, 912 East Main, Norman. i
WANTED: Salesman and collector
(with team of ponies) to handle an
old established line in Cleveland coun-|
ty. Address F. W. O'Banion, 10 N.
Harvey, Oklahoma City.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE:
2 rocking chairs, dining table, rug,
heating stove, kitchen cabinet, bed,
mattress and springs. Call 430 East
EGGS "FOR HATCHING: Rose Comb
Rhode Island Reds, good ones, 15
for $1.00; 30 for $1.75; 100 for $5.00.
Two miles west of Norman. Mrs. C.
TO TRADE: Good residence in Guth-
rie for Norman property. What
have you ? Address C. A. ' Moody,
EGGS FOR HATCHING: First per
51 for 15; range eggs 50 cents for It
or $3.00 per 100. Pure bred Barrer
Plymouth Rock. Also day old chick-
for sale. Mrs. Chas. Standley, 60?
West Comanche, phone 107.
"Norman's Brightest Spot"
Edwin Thanhouser present!
A Drama of Love and Sacrifice in
Admission Only 5c and 10c
ROSE BUSHES FOR SALE. Call at
602 Asp avenue or phone 538.
Your laundry work is to be done
What does it cost you?
Will you care to save yourself mon-
ey and avoid hard work by sending US
your "flat work."
If you have not tried our "flat
work" service you should give us a
Our price for washing and ironing
is no more than the wash woman will
charge you for washing alone.
Ask us about it—Phone 71.
NORMAN STEAM LAUNDRY.
♦ PROF. E. L. HOWARD ♦
♦ _Teacher of Music and Dealer in ♦
♦ Pianos and Organs ♦
♦ No. 412 East Comanche ♦
♦ Phone 414 Norman, Okla. ♦
: RESULTS COUNT :
Not one death under Physcultopathy; not one acute
case but got well; not one chronic case Hut improved
greatly in health, some cured, others well on the road
to cure. Think it over. Compare these results with
the deaths and prolonged sicknesses around you this
year. Remember that Physcultopathy is restoring life
and health to others every day. Why not you? You
are no worse than others. The sooner you start the
sooner you will get these results.
Dr. Earl C. Rice
FIRST NATIONAL BANK nUILDING
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