The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 29, 1916 Page: 2 of 6
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only 10 th;
sold at $9..'
T. S. MOUNT'S 15 CENT SALE WAS SO ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY THAT HE PRO-
I'OSBS TO (JIVE MIS CUSTOMERS THE BENEFIT OF ANOTHER DAY AT IT.
I'ATRONS DECLARED THEY COULD BUY GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN
ANYWHERE IN SURROUNDING TOWNS, OR FROM MAIL ORDER HOUSES. SO
HERE \RE A FEW PRICES ON ARTICLES FOR
Saturday, July 29, 1916
25c Cans Mennens Talcum Powder 15c
25c Cans Collates Talcum Powder 15c
Candy, per pound -- 15c
Salted Peanuts, per pound 15c
4 Packages Chewing Gum 15c
25c Cuff Buttons, the pair 15c
Three 9-inch Plates, odd lots 15c
11-inch White enameled Wash Pans —15c
2 Cans 10e Talcum Powder 15c
2 Ten Cent Tooth Brushes 15c
2 Ten Cent Cans Tooth Powder 15c
4 Five Cent Bars Toilet Soap 15c
2 Bars Maxine Elliot Complexion Soap 15c
4 Bars Collates Shaving Soap 15c
4 Bars Bouton Laundry Soap 15c
25c Military Brushes 15c
2 Ten Cent Razor Hones 15c
2 Boxes Shoe Polish 15c
1 Shinola Polishing Kit 15c
2 Bottles Shoe Polish 15c
2 Ten Cent Curtain Rods 15c
2 Ten Cent Chair Seats 15c
2 Ten Cent Bottles Machine Oil 15c
4 Packages Linen Finish Envelopes __15c
4 Pen and Pencil Tablets 15c
4 Pro-to-Clip Lead Pencils 15c
Ladies' 25c Vests 15c
Two 10c Ladies' Vests 15c
Ladies' 25c Union Suits 15c
2 Pair Children's 10c White Hose 15c
Children's 25c White Hose 15c
2 Pair 10c Half Hose 15c
25c Half Hose 15c
25c Budoir Caps __15c
Two 10c Budoir Caps — __15c
Two Pair Ladies' 10c White Gloves __15c
Two Ladies & Misses 10c Straw Hats 15c
Two Ten Cent Glass Bowls 15c
25c Gold Band Pitchers 15c
25c Stone Tea Pot 15c
10 Spring Mouse Traps 15c
2 Four Hole Mouse Traps 15c
10 Double Sheet Tanglefoot 15c
4 Five Cent Fly Swats ! 15c
Two Boxes Fish Food 15c
2 Ten Cent Lunch Boxes 15c
4 Five and Ten Cent Fans 15c
Two Yards Ten Cent Elastic 15c
Seven Yards Cord Elastic 15c
Ten Balls Marking Cotton 15c
Two Granite or Alluminum Dippers __15c
Two Ten Cent Bread Pans* __15c
Two Pair Ten Cent Screen Hinges 15c
Two Pair Ten Cent Strap Hinges 15c
Four Pair 5 Cent Butts 15c
Two Ten Cent Ice Picks 15c
Seven Deep Pie Pans 15c
Two White Granite Funnels 15c
Seven Alluminum House Numbers 15c
Ten Malaca Plated Tea Spoons 15c
Two Ten Cent Flue Thimbles 15c
25c Yale Padlocks 15c
40 Best Spring Clothes Pins 15c
Ten Tin Cups 15c
Twenty Wall or Ceiling Hooks 15c
Two Ten Cent Cans Talcum Powder 15c
25c Dressing Combs 15c
25c Side Combs 15c
Two Ten Cent Side Combs 15c
25c Barretts 15c
Two Ten Cent Barretts 15c
25c Bandeau 15c
Two Ten Cent Bandeau 15c
25c Casque Combs 15c
Two Ten Cent Casque Combs 15c
Two Ten Cent Mirror and Comb Rack 15c
25c Flower Pot and Saucer, 8-inch __15c
Two Ten Cent Garden Trowels 15c
One 1-8 inch Jardineres 15c
25c Garden Hoes 15c
Eight Jelly Glasses 15c
25c Embroidery 15c
Two Yards 10c Embroidery 15c
Two Yards 10c Lace 15c
Two 10c Coat Hangers 15c
Seven Wire Coat Hangers 15c
Two 10c Concoleum Mats 15c
25c Ties 15c
Two 10c Ties 15c
Four 5c Ties 15c
25c Leather Gloves 15c
Two Pair Canvas Gloves 15c
All-25c Suspenders (except President) 15c
FOR SATURDAY ONLY.
T. S. MOUNT
OPPOSITE OF POSTOFFICE
ON THE "HOME STRETCH."
Primary Day is Next Tuesday, August
From Thursday's Weekly.
With Primary Day, August 1, 1916,
only five days away the candidates
for nomination for the several county
offices are working night and day in
an effort to get votes, and, judging
from the manner in which they are
I working, none of them feel sure of the '
result. The interest centers, of course, J
; in the Democratic candidates, al-1
| though there is quite a nice little race
I between Charlie Moore and Ben Craig
I for the Republican nomination for
I Sheriff. For the other offices the
J Republicans have but one candidate
for each position—and for some of
them not even that many. The Socia-
| lists have one candidate for each of-
fice, except none for county judge.
I No one seems to be posted enough
to be able to tell just who the Demo-
| crats will nominate for any of the
positions. It is "anybody's race" at
I this writing, and maybe there will be
some surprises when the returns be-
gin to come in Tuesday night.
LA R A BEE'S BEST FLOUR
If you only use it just once,
You'll always insist on it.
B. F. Wolf
From Thursday's Weekly.
Remember "the old man" when you
go the polls on Tuesday, and give him
your vote. He has been earnest,
honest and square in the performance
of his duties as County Judge during
his first term, and deserves a second.
Help him 'round out his career, for
in the very nature of things he will
not be with us much longer. Stamp
in front of his name when you go to
the polls on Primary Day, and thus
remember a deserving man.—Pol.adv.
VOTE FOR KATE BARBOUR FOR
OF CLEVELAND COUNTY.
An Oklahoma University graduate,
a teacher in Oklahoma schools for
twelve years and a county superin-
tendent for three years. Pol. Adv.
—The man who will serve you best
—Ernest B. Helms.
PALM BEACH AND KOOL KLOTH SUITS
Double fronts and taped seams. Made up with the best
care and tailored to fit. Latest Colors and Patterns.
SPECIAL PRICES—$5.00 to $8.50
CHOICE OF ANY STRAW 1IAT FOR ONE DOLLAR
Panama special. $3.50 to $5.00.
MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTH HATS ONLY 50c
Nifty Line of Silk and Wash Ties 25c and 50c
Canvas Shoes $1.00, $2.00 and $2.50
Hosiery, Underwear and Collars, Belts and everything
to Fix You Up for Primary Day.
We have just received a late shipment of Summer
Weight Wool Trousers. Just the kind or evening wear.
Priced Right. All Sizes. See East Window.
FOR SALE: One range and one large
heater, both almost good as new.
Prices right. Call at 312 W. Apache,
Norman, Okla. Chas Buthod. lw-2a
—Ernest B. Helms has lived
—Mrs. J. H. Armstrong of Tyron
Nebr., who was called to Norman some
weeks ago to assist in caring for her
daughter, Mrs. DeVore, through a
siege of fever, visited out on Route
5 the last of the week, near her former
home. Mrs. A. E. Kanale gave a very
delightful reception in her honor on
j Friday evening, July 21st, at which
I there was a number of her old friends
and neighbors present. After dainty
refreshments, the remainder of the
evening wa# spent in music and social
j time. At a late hour all departed, de-
claring they had been royally enter-
tained and wishing Mrs. Armstrong a
safe journey to her far away home. I
She expects to leave for Tyron about
YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE GREATLY
Democratic Candidate for Re-Election
County Superintendent of Schools
OF CLEVELAND COUNTY.
Subject to Democratic Primary, August 1, 1916
Five Good Reasons Why You hhould Vote for Kate
Barbour for County Superintendent of
1. Because she has been an efficient and economical
officer, saving the county nearly $700 yearly in clerk
hire and school visiting expense.
2. Because she is well fitted for the position. Being
a University graduate, a teacher of twelve years' ex-
perience in Oklahoma schools and a county superin-
tendent for three years, she knows the needs of your
schools better than one of less experience and inferior
3. Because the office of county superintendent
should be filed by a woman and a good woman in this
place means protection to your sisters and daughters.
4. Because yu know her relatives and her past rec-
ord for more than twenty-five years. What assurance
have you that you will be benefitted by a change?
■ 5. Because only a very small per cent, of the county
■superintendents of the counties in the United States
are college graduates. Cleveland county is among these.
Do you wish to lower your standard?
J. W. MITCHELL MEETING.
J. W. Mitchell, candidate for Jus-
tice of the Peace, will speak at the cor-
ner of Main and Peters at 8:15 p. m.,
Saturday 29th. Opponents invited to
be present. Also all candidates in
Cleveland county and their campaign
managers, generals, captains and
—Another old-timer dropped in on
Norman yesterday. He was W. T.
Wallace, now of Dustin, Okla., where
he has been in business many years
and has got rich. He was given a warm
welcome by the old-timers here.
—Jim Corbett is deserving and ef-
ficient, courteous and competent.—
OFF FOR PITTSBURG PA.
From Thursday's Weekly.
Mr. H. P. Alden will close his
jewelry establishment this (Thursday)
evening, and he and Mrs. Alden will
take the 6:30 train on a visit to their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Vern Alden, at Pittsburg, Pa. This
will be the first time Mr. Alden has
been away from his business for
seventeen years, during all that time
having taken a vacation for three
days all told. He expects to remain
away until August 10th, but Mrs.
Alden will probably be gone until the
1st of September. Their friends will
wish them a good time.
—Be on the winning side by voting
for Ernest B. Helms.
Dollar Day at Rucker's
It Might Be Called Dollar Shoe Day.
One lot Ladies' one-strap Comfort Slippers,
One lot Ladies' Juliette Slippers, sizes 4 to 7.
One lot Ladies' Brown Buck Button.
Oxfords, small and large sizes.
One lot Misses' white canvas Mary Jane
pumps, rubber heel and sole.
Thev Dress The Men And Boys
MODERN HOME PLANNING '
We have on hand a number of booklets of designs for Modern Bungalows and all
other kinds of buildings. We would be pleased to send you one.
Before You Build
Whether you contemplate building a house,
bungalow, barn, garage—anything at all—
come in and look over our assortment of up-
to-date plans. And let us give you practi-
cal help—ideas and suggestions that will save
you money, time, trouble and worry.
Costs nothing to talk with us, and we can
save you money if you buy.
This Firm Can Supply
\ ou with every piece of Lumber, Cement,
Sand, Brick, Roofing and Builders' Bardware
that you need.
This yard is kept well supplied, so you do
not need to wait for materials.
The Carey, Lombard, Young Company.
Established 1889. South Peters Avenue.
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