The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 29, 1916 Page: 5 of 6
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II you have not yet visited our new store, do so at once. We
are here for business, as you can readily see by a fllance at
the few items listed below. These prices are good lor
Dollar Day Only, Saturday, July 29th
But all over our store in every department you will find Irom
now on money saving prices on any article that you are in need
ot. Just call in some day. We will look for you Saturday.
Shoe Bargains for Dollar Day $1,00 Oil finTH
1 ."SMr-™nh #2-50-II00 SS"'*s"k "™e-r>0cval"e' ^ Vnn
w I ,yy _ |,u U .We have just received a large shipment of the M -t
C™" > White Canvas Oxfords and Pumps, 01 nn , Men's Collars Saturday—8 for ONE DOLLAR Owinir 0l1 ClotJ?- This is the best on the market. There is u'widi^
worth $1.50. Special for Saturday 3 pair for __„_Sl.OO l° thef ad,?nce in th" «>«t of materials in the m wmfactur S fttei™ -select from and they are all Vl ftft
— <J! — ' :"TT -V r yard* for - S .CO
rhildrpn'« P w i n, „ ' ^,^tra fine grade All Cotton Hose for Women and'ot nn ?Iut'and White Check Table Damask. A 75c value <M nn
121/, to 2 f iUn Pumps in sizes Children, in white only—Saturday, 7 pairs for *00 —Saturday special. 2 yards for ___ SI,00
FIRST DOOR EAST OF SECURITY STATE BANK
Has saved the county nearly $700
each year. In four years she will have
saved a sum sufficient to pay the
salary of the office for one term.
—Mr. and Mrs. Dave Armold and
family were here from Banner, Okla.,
yesterday, coming overland in their
Overland. It has been the first time
Mrs. Armold has been "home" for
several years, and she saw many
things to admire in the way of im-
provements and beauty.
LARABEE'S BEST FLOUR
STATEMENT FROM MISS KATE
avtutr •) r IMUM mut ^
If you only use just one sack
The jig's up with all other brands.
—Mrs. L. O. DeVore, who has been I —A vote for Jim L. Corbett for
confined to her bed six weeks with I County Treasurer means a vote for a
fever, is able to be 'out again to the! deserving young man—honest, care-
joy of her numerous friends. ful and experienced.—Pol. Adv.
Your support will be appreciated.
CHAS. L. MOORE
Candidate for the Republican Nomination for
Sheriff of Cleveland County
Subject to Primary on August 1, I91G.
Member of Bennett Lodge No. 900, A. H. T. A.
From Thursday's Weekly.
To the Voters of Cleveland County:
As a last appeal to the voters of
Cleveland county, I wish to make the
following statements in regard to my
qualifications for the office of Coun-
ty Superintendent of Cleveland
I am a graduate of tho State Uni-
versity of Oklahoma and hold a state
life-certificate in Oklahoma. I hive
taught for twelve years in the schools
of Oklahoma and have had three
years' experience as county superin-
tendent of this county.
I11 the beginning of my campaign I
stated that I believed myself better
qualified for this position than either
of my opponents.
Mrs. Lillian Foster formerly held a
first grade certificate, issued in this
county in June, 1913; and expired
Mr. W. R. Clark holds a first grade
county certificate, issued in this coun-
ty October 28, 1914, and will expire
October 28, 1918. Mr. Clark took his
examination in Oklahoma City and
transferred his papers to Cleveland
county. Concerning the first grade
state certificate issued to Mr. W. R.
Clark by the North Texas State Nor-
mal at Denton, Texas, I wish to call
your attention to the reproduction in
this issue of the Transcript of a letter
received from Dr. W. H. Bruce,
president of the above named insti-
tution, in which he states, "No student
with the name of W. R. Clark has en-
j rolled in this institution or received
a certificate of any grade from this
institution," since its organization.
Many of the teachers of Cleveland 1
county have had Normal school or j
University training, and I earnestly |
believe that no county superintendent I
can properly supervise their work un-1
less he or she has had a similar train-
Mr. Voter of Cleveland county, I
ask for the sake of the boys and girls
of the rural schools of your county,
that you consider carefully the char-
acter and qualifications of each ap-1
plicant before casting your vote next I
Yours for Education,
KATE BARBOUR I
LARABEE'S BEST FLOUR
Housewives who have used it
Will always insist on it.
—Just the sort of man the county
needs for County Treasurer-Jim L
Corbett Remember him August 1st
FRED REYNOLDS FOR COUNTY
The Republicans are offering a
thoroughly competent, honest and con-
scientious young man for the nomina-
tion for county assessor, one who fills
the bill in every particular. He is
Fred Reynolds, who has grown up in
Cleveland county, whose ability is un-
questioned and who asks your support,
vote and influence in his behalf
-Clarence Saunders left this morn-
ing for Drumwright, to his job with
the Santa Fe. Mrs. Saunders will re-
main here a few days longer, visiting
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Guv Y
—R. E. Bowling is a candidate for
re-nomination for county attorney of
Garvin county, with every expectation
of being successful. Mrs. Bowling
was formerly Miss Clara Merkle of
R. S. DAVIS
HE IS THE MAN FOR THE PLACE
c this morning
ildren of Perry
of insurance on
,500 policy, but
} of hundred on
assist the two
man the county
him August 1st
le Good," as
n his charge,
jive a faithful
ireful and ef-
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Burke, J. J. The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 29, 1916, newspaper, July 29, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc113267/m1/5/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.