The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 29, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 12, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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Bargains in City Property
THURSDAY, RUCKER'S GREATEST CLEARANCE SALE SPRINGS INTO FU —
25 Presents 200 Misses vv/"fe Extra Special
Oxfords in sizes 9 J2 ] _ and 15c Lawns and
to First 25 Ladies pur-
chasing $1 worth of
dry goods I hursday
to 2, Clearance
75c Values Silk Mar
quisette - 59c yd.
Many patterns and some
Batiste extra good patterns.
l l- i #A An/ have the new Awning stripes
Just the thing for the hot
days. ** long J 1_2C f™fOT SUn£Zr' 59c
as they last for ' * Clearance Sale - ^
10c values figured
what you want right off
the bolt, fast colors.
Sale 7 1-2C
to First 25 Ladies pur-
chasing $1.00 worth of
dry goods Thursday
' I OK CON ti HESS,
ON THE SPUK OK IIIK
I'k of July 10 to 15, 191(1.
(fiv Roy K. Moulton.)
The Daily Transcript
.1 J. BURKE. Editor and Owner
Entered as second-class matter
January 17, J914. at the Portofftce at
Norman, Oklahoma, under the Act ot
March 3, 1879.
MaiT Subscriptions, year *2j>0
Mail Subscriptions, b months ---
Mail Subscriptions, 1 month ■&>
Bv Carrier, per annum --
Bv Carrier, per week
Issued Daily except 'lhursdays and
Those who are not interested in any
other baby registered in the Stork
Savin? club, and would like to turn
their script to "Billy," our Orphans
Home baby, please send same to me
„ l"nve at S. K. McCall'* store. You
ari. not making a mistak.- when you
,rive your script to him H s script
h is already amounted to quite little
i but not so much as it would have
been had all who are interested in this
horne and baby taken holt and saved
' ^'l"thank'those who have already
4,own an interest^and ^rnedm^hel
I script. HI HP.
Do you want to do your friends' The Ui^sit^Maines will meet
a good service. Send them to ie ^ ^ )( )( , 42f. South
Cottage Home. lahoma avenue, instead of at 1 rtsi
!|"nt Brooks as previously announced.
Vote for Jep Knight,
0. K. Transfer and
Reutepohler & Van Dyke
Office: 115 South Peters (Runyan
Building). Phone 225
Residence Phones 263 and 58.
Prompt attention given to all busi-
ness entrusted to them.
7 p. m. Y. W. C. A. Vesper service.
'The Kingdom in Daily Life," Dr.
II c. Cossard. On tht. campus.
p ni Piano Recital, Miss Mar-
jorie Calhoun. Room A :i09, Adminis-
tration llall. (Recital Hall.)
J ni v 12—Wednesday.
8 p in Open Meeting of Kappa
Delta Pi. Lecture: "American Edu-
cational Ideals," Professor V. D.
Brooks. Room 201, Monnet Hall.
!l a m.—Shakespeare Ter-Centen-
arv. 1 .ecture:Shakespeare, the Artist
of Character, President Edward His
lop (Oklahoma Methodist University
Guthrie). University Chapel.
8 n m.—Shakespeare lnterpreta
tions and Music, Miss Marie Ander-
son. 201 Monnet Hall.
i) p m,—Shakespeare Banquet for
! ShakespearP Lovers. (Further an-
nouncements to be made later.)
8:00 p. m.—Lecture: "Symbolism in
Religion and Life." Director C. C.
! Shannon of the Oklahoma Geological
Believing that the time has come
I when all old soldier should represent
Oklahoma in congress, and having
His voice is gently pleading as to tone, ■ had H""' '„ian i believe
And epigrams roll blithely from his people ot this district
He teClSme merry stories as his .and ^ifvUrLfatl' thfToys
That" Henry VIII enjoyed when he jurfon foTthe no°min-
The opposition's arguments he chokes
The rival candidate he loves to
By handing out side-splitting quips
From Doc llostetter's 1'amily Alma-
1 OST: Saturday night, a gold broach,
square shape, with grape design
I Finder please leave at Transcnpt
I LOST: Cameo Broach, Thursday eve-
I nine either at University theatre,
I or on Main street or University
j Boulevard. Valuable. Address 5011
' University Boulevard or Transcript.
He works up to his climax swift and
And mops his fevered brow and (
swings his arms— |
"This mighty nation's certain to en-1
dure . -ii
Throughout the ages, free from ills
The audience then gives a rousing
The band plays and the people leave
On what they've heard they re not ex-
But 'twas a rattling good speech
The orator winks secretly a wink, |
I And says unto himself in bed at
Hour Under the direction of Miss, night; .hint!
Stewart University Gymnasium. "I'm not exactly certain, but 1 thin i
Stewart, unive™. ^ pHELAN, 1 struck that bunch of patriots all
|ust VJII nic v.. -
myself as a candidate for the nomin-
ation for representative, subject to
the decision of the Primary on the 1st
of August, 1016. 1 am in accord with
I he Republican party and it's pro-
gressive ideas and doctrines upon all
the great questions of the day. Also
provision for the soldier and his fam-
ily while he is at the front.
I ask the support of the Republi-
cans of the district who believe in
sobrietv and a fair deal. ..
FRED S. GOODRICH
THE ARKANSAS CITY
I J. T.
(i:H0 p m.—Y. W. C. A. Recreation,
I: . .. ii i.: \li««
l)r. H. G. Goodrich
' WANTED: To trade a good upland
I quarter section of land (160 acres)
in Blain,. county for acreage near
! Norman. Might consider lots if well
(located. Address A. J. Thoes, 207
'Harrison avenue, Oklahoma City. t>t |
IFOR SALE OR TRADE: 160-acrel
farm, two miles from Norman, and|
an 80-acre farm in Comanche county,,
| Okla. Address Mrs. J. R. Dollarhide, |
1619 East Frank, Norman, Okla., or
' phone 566-3 rings.
I The directors of the Norman Public
I Library association will meet Wed-
nesday, July 12th, at :i o'clock, at the
residence of Mrs. George Giles, 501
East Comanche street.
A full attendance is desired.
MRS. G. P. GLENN,
Short grass farmers have found a
new use for the Ford car, according to
irossip from out that way. They back
the car up to a prairie dog hole, run
a hose from the exhaust into the dug-
out and asphyxiate the prairie dogs.
Extreme car,, must be taken, howevei,
I not to back up too close to the hole for
I if the car falls in, there is no way to j
—Lieut. J. B. Bennett, of Co. A, I
Engineers, came over from Fort Sill
vesterday to attend to some private
business before the Okla. N. G. leaves
for the front. While here he was
President. I get it out.
ICE CREAM SOCIAL.
WATCH NORMAN GROW
For 25 years we have been watching
and assisting Norman to grow. Dur-j
mg these years it has been our policy
to secure, improve and hold as an in-
vestment as much of Norman real
estate as our means would permit.
Our only regret is that our means
would not permit us to secure more
than we now hold. It has all proven
profitable. We cannot buy all of the
good investment propositions still to
A. McDaniel or Jno. Allan
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
be secured. Years of experience with
real estate in Norman enables us to
make choice selections for investment
for others, as well as for ourselves.
If any of the readers of this adver-
tisement desire to be shown where
they can safely and with profit make
i investments in Norman real estate,
j we would be pleased to have them
I drop into our office and look over
propositions we have listed.
An ice cream social will be given on
the lawn of the First Presbyterian
church on Tuesday evening from 7:.i0
or me --- | to 10:00. All are invited. A pleasant
"raised" to the degree of Master Ma- cg tQ regt and a large servinf, of,
son by Norman Lodge, the ceremonies. . ^ cream ami home-made cake for ten
taking place last night. Mr. Bennett ts. Be sure to pass that way.
says the boys expect to get away foi
the border in a few days. —Lost: Three keys on a keyring.
Finder please bring to Transcript of-
Uncle Abner. fice and receive reward.
United States Post Office, Norman,
Oklahoma, July 5, 1916.
Mrs. Thomas W. Abbott.
Mrs. A. B. Clark.
. Hall & Family.
W. H. Hicks.
Supt. A. W. Hoffman.
Mrs. Roy Moore.
R. A. Reynolds.
J. L. Rich (2).
Mrs. Bell Smith.
Mrs. G. A. Brewer.
Mrs. Charlottee Butterfield.
D. N. Fraysher.
J. Floyd Frazier.
H. N. Jones.
J. R. Reed.
Mrs. W. P. Potty,
When calling for the above, please
state that they were advertised. One
cent due for each letter or card ad-
vertised. FLOYD L. SWANK,
Grandpa Bibbins is hopin, that a m. _nr Rioe uses pure Physculto-
|wav,; of crime will st"ke AllllOtlltCCIttClttS Lathy only. No drugs or serums. He
! work at ^gula^'patTon, whkh \ camlidate for r^ominrfJ gets good results in alld.sea.es.
lis settin' on the jury. t i for the office of C°unty I
ttin on the jury. for the ollice 01 v^uunvy -' "TT
There is only one worse bore than ;ect the decision of the l>emocrmtic
the fresh air fiend, and that is the 1 voters at the primary in August, 1910.
' * an i b. r. wulr.
feller that wants the windows
doors closed all the time. # !
Perhaps there is somewhere in a j am a candidate for the nomination
remote corner of this world a minister ^or gtate Senator of this district
who never wears a Prince Albert coat, /cleveland, McClain and Garvin JouJ-
but if so. 1 have never seen him. tjes) subject to the decision of the
A me Tubs says about the only way Democratic voters at thei Augjuit,
' 16, primaries. JEP ICNIGHT.
Wynnewood, Okla., March 7, lirlo.
I will be a candidate at the primary
in August, 1916, for renomination for
county commissioner from the r irst
(northern) district, subject to the de-
cision of the Republican voters of that
district. J* J- WARD.
You are authorized to announce me
as a candidate for Sheriff of Cleve-
land county, subject to the decision of
the Democratic voter^a^jj£gjj§USt
"■* KOHLER 4,~mmrtrUvaimy pluMNo K.3JZ
"Colonna" Bath. Hlate No. K-64
• ,,r K|.| 11 •' u if ii;i nit* It'd plumbinit wure It ist-ti
This iiiidt- niiitW ,i,t cniiint'l. t Hit- indivntrd bv the arrows,
uiuuenily iucoipoiutfd iu inint>" u,c c
1 KOIILER bathtubs, lavatories and sinks art- always j
S < f one quality—the highest.
1 Kach fixture is cast in me-pitce. I here are no p«i« j
I to make dirt-collecting cracks.
| KOHLER enameled 1
! SrclrtVmaek« c.eln^ easy, thus adding to the hygienic |
1 a lb- — I
fi plumbing ware made—will interest you.
| Call ut any time, whether you are rea.ly I" l-'Y n'"
"Its In the Kohler Enamel"
I LEHARTY & COMPANY
tys aooui mi: , Democratic vo
he knows of to get rich quick is to 1916> primaries
black up and get a job as porter on a I Wynnewood,
I.afe Purdy, who has been captain
of Anse .ludson's stoneboat for nine
seasons, has resigned to accept a
position as ehafeur of a traction en-
gine. The speed craze seems to be
petting all of the young men around
Hod Peters says there am t no date
011 the calender that comes around so
quick and so often as the first of the
month. It seems as though when he „
ain't just paid the rent, he is just goin j 1916, primary.
IO It "seems as though Noah Webster L. P. Barker authorizes his an-
,luring the course of his literary work | nouncement as candidate f«
used almost every word in the English ; Democratic nomination for fan jil ,
language. I subject to the primary August 1st.
during the course of"his literary work! Mrs. Lillian Foster is a candidate
,sed almost every word in theKnglish for Coub^ Supermtendent
! laniruage. .
Some fellers can get rich on a
j week, while others die on a $700 a
; week. It all depends.
I They are advertising a green hoss
race and Lafe Higgins has bought a
can of paint and is changing the color
! of his sorrel mare so he can qualify.
i Since Elmer Spink has been writin
love letters to Miss Pansy Tibbitts, he
' is thinkin' some of going to a corre-
| spondence school for a year or two
in order to improve in that line.
lor V^ouilty ouj;cmiuv.iuv..v
subject to the decision of the Demo
cratic voters at the primary on Aug-
Will R. Clark is a candidate for the
nomination for County Superintend-
ent. subject to the decision of the vot-
ers of the Democratic party at the
primary August 1st.
FOR C LERK OF THE COURT.
1 am a candidate for the Republi-
can nomination for Clerk ot the
District Court and respectfully ask
your vote and influence at the primary
and also in the general election. If
elected, I will sure endeavor to do my
' whole duty and treat everybody fairly
and squarely. . ..
QUALIFIED TO SEKVEYOL.
Have Vou Heard These?
"You know perfectly well that 1
can't go to the reception, I.ycurgus.
I haven't got a thing to wear "
"Oh, Percival, Mrs. Jones has got
the loveliest tea wagon and 1 can get
one exactly like it for $57.
"Huh! I don't like to take no pos-
sible interest in baseball and I get
tired of hearing about it. Say, whats
the score?" ... .
"Gosh, I hate them automobiles. 1
never had money enough to buy one
'"Wv'kid said the cutest thing the) I am a candidate for Clerk of the
My kid sa£ '.«hecru^oin(f t0V n| District Court, subject to the dec.sion
„r a humorist when he of the Democratic voters at the
or a numorisL j primary on August 1st. Efficiency,
I never saw business so conscientious work and a square deal
can't to all. Your «onnort solicited.
B. T. IRVING
PAINTER — PAPER HANGER
Business Phones 225 and 9
Residence Phone 300
Shop No. 115 S. Peters
Estimates Cheerfully Given #
1 am a candidate for the nomina-
tion for County Surveyor, subject to
the decision of the Democratic voters
at the primary August 1st. Your
support will be appreciated.
J. W. (Jim) KLINGLESM1TH.
bad as it is at present. You
have a limousine this year.
J. W. Rodgers
Furniture made • to order or
repaired in firstclass shape, or
any other class of woodwork.
See us at shope on West Main.
***' sac* aiMRANTte0 "*
TISfAr r,_.. ^
:'J> ' ■S4C"
w® < :
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT KANSAS DIAMOND IS
AN all-MIDDLING PATENT AND NOT TO BE
COMPARED WITH THE STRAIGHT GRADE FLOUR
MADE BY MANY MILLS.
BUY KANSAS DIAMOND—IT IS GOOD FLOUR
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.
Wholesale and Retail
■ • ! —Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams re-
Auto-intoxication, constipation j evening from visiting
and diseases resulting from them are ^ ^ ,g .iarentSi Mr. and Mrs. B. V
relieved and cured by Dr. Rice s me w ... McAlester. They report
thods. Over First National bank.
Miss Gladys Peyton, who has been
visiting friends in Norman, left today
for her home in Shawnee.
THE UNIVERSITY CITY ELEC-
TRIC (Up-to-Date) BOOT AND
SHOE SHOP. (Best leather Used.)
Men's sewed halfsoles 85c
Ladies' halfsoles 70c
Rubber heels - 45c and up
The Lame Shoemaker
Aruiur a I'tticuw, -
Williams, at McAlester. They report
an enjoyable visit and that Mr. and
Mrs. Williams, Sen., are nicely located
a.id happy in their home.
Eyes scientifically tested,
Glasses correctly fitted.
C. F. TEEL
Over Barbour's Store
BETTER THAN EVER
THE BEST IS WHAT MY CUSTOMERS DEMAND
Farm and City Loans
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGED OR SOLD
LIST WITH US.
Vincent & Weir
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