The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 29, 1916 Page: 6 of 6
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4 35c Cans Lemon Cling or Yellow Free Stone
Peaches—Acroplis Brand $1.00
2 60c Bottles Colonial Fruit Punch $1.00
8 15c Cans Van Camp Pork & Beans $1.00
10 25c Cans Jack Frost or Shipherd Brand Baking
Powder ; $1.00
4 :?5c Quart Jars of Olives $1.00
The hot weather causes lots of cleaning to be done. We have listed here some genuine bargains that will
4 5c Bars Assorted Toilet Soap— 1 25c Box of'Peloxide Toilet Soap—1 10c Bar of Tar or Tril/y Toilet
Soap—18 5c Bars Lenox Soap
ALL FOR $1.00
ti 5c Boxes Peurline or Naptha Powder—3 10c Bars Ivory Soap—7 5c Bars any kind of White Soap—5
10c Boxes of Mary War Lye ALL FOR $1.00.
It is so hot that you won't want to cook much, and
we have listed some splendid bargains in Breakfast
2 15c Packages Puffed Wheat or Post Toasties—
2 15c Packages Shredded Wheat or Grape Nuts—1
25c Package Uncle Sam Breakfast Food—1 5-Pound
White Pony Oats ALL FOR $1.00.
Pound Star or Horse Shoe Tobacco—2 Pounds 25c Pea Berry Coffee—3 Pounds Cane Sugar ALL FOR $1
15 Pounds Cane Sugar with a $5 Purchase for ONE DOLLAR
Barbour's Sanitary Groccry
RURAL DELIVERY—On all orders amounting to $10 or more. We will give free
rural delivery to all points within a radius of ten miles of Norman .
—Ernest B. Helms for county clerk Subscribe for the Norman Dally
without a deputy. Transcript.
Solicits Your Vote and Influence for the
Democratic Nomination for
SHERIFF of CLEVELAND COUNTY
He points to the fact that for 3l/2 years he was night
watch in Norman, and it was largely through his ef-
forts that all laws against bootlegging and public
decency were enforced and the city made clean and kept
clean; made into the sort of a town that you and your
families want to live in. He was also called to Okla-
homa City to assist inMeaning up that town, and refers
you to County Attorney Embry of that county, as to
his good work up there.
In every way as an officer has he shown a courag-
eous, honest and earnest desire and intention to per-
form his whole duty.
Ed Mays is a Cleveland county boy, having lived here
all his life. His family consists of wife and eight chil-
dren, indicating that he has also done his duty in that
Should he receive the nomination an earnest, honest
effort to give an honest, law-enforcing administration
will be exerted. If you want such a man in the sheriff's
office, one that will perform his whole duty without
fear or favor, Vote for
EDGAR J. MAYES
—People—if you miss seeing the
Pennant Musical Comedy Saturday
night you will always be sorry—Its a
great production and is being staged
entirely with home talent.
—J. F. Benke, the popular cigar
man, is visiting relatives jn the vicin-
ity of Perry this week.
—See the Pennant Musical Comedy
Saturday night, and forget that
HAS THE BREMEN
Reports from Portland, Maine, and
Chicago State the German
Merchantman Is in
Portland, Maine, July 28.—A tele-
gram saying the German underwater
merchantman Bremen has been cap-
tured and is being towed into Halifax
was received in this city today from a
Canadian source believed to be re-
The Bremen is a sister ship of the
Deutschland, the German submarine
merchantman whose feat in running
the British blockade astounded the
world recently. It was announced that
the Bremen was on her way to the
United States and warships of the al-
lies have been keeping close watch
for her all along the American coast.
Washington, July 28.—The report
of the capture of the Bremen is given
in a letter said to have been written
by the secretary of a high Canadian
official to a business man of this city.
The letter is declared to have been
mailed from Buffalo, N. Y.t two days
ago. It was written in confidence, it
is stated, but the information it con-
tained was divulged by the recipient
to a friend in the course of an argu-
ment as to whether the Bremen could
pass through the British barrier. The
"You seem in New York to be wor-
ried about the Bremen. There is really
no cause for worry, for at the present
time she is tied up in what we call the
Northwest Arm, in the harbor of Hali-
fax, and is being well taken care of."
A dispatch from Ottawa, Canada,
says there is no truth in the rumor.
WILL UNDERGO OPERATION.
Druggist Rae Lindsay is again in
the store, recovering nicely from his
broken arm. He expects, however, to
leave about August 2nd for the hos-
pital to undergo an operation for
goitre, with which he has suffered
for some time. He is in good spirits,
feeling that the operation is something
necessary, and that he'll come out of
it all right, with renewed health,
which his friends are certain he will.
COL A. P. WATSON.
Evidently the Democratic powers
that be are frightened by the strength
of Col. A. P. Watson for corporation
commissioner. It will be remembered
they impeached and fired him from
that position, and he is now a candi-
date for re-election on the ground
that his impeachment was a frame-up.
State senators and representatives are
appealing to the "peepul" with tears
in their eyes, begging them to vote
against Watson, for a vote for him
is a repudiation of the members of
the legislature who fired him. Hon.
H. O. Miller is out in an appeal to his
friends to swat Watson at all hazards.
The Pennant, the comic operetta,
which is to be given at the Christian
church Saturday night, July 29th, has
its plot woven around the Oklahoma
University All victorious 1912 foot-
ball team. Mr. I.ehrer, the author wa3
a strong Oklahoma admirer and wrote
this play immediately after that suc-
cessful season. The operetta is replete
with comedy and beautiful song hits.
Among the many good points of the
production, the management has the
| pleasure of presenting Miss Mable
Kirkpatrick in the role of Doris Bond,
I as leading lady. Miss Kirkpatrick is
! supported by Mr. T. J. Hinshaw and a
| strong cast of principals as well as
I a splendid chorus. This is entirely
j a home talent production and the
I talent production and the talent which
A GOOD REFRIGERATOR FOR i has been secured is by no means
SALE: W. J. Ruble, Phone 436. mediocre, and you cannot afford to
I miss the best musical comedy that has
FOR SALE: Sewing machine. Call j ever keen produced in your city.
millinery department, of S. K. Mc- I
Call store not later than Saturday. ! THIS CERTAINLY MUST BE A
WANTED: A cook, $40 and board.
W. J. Ruble, Phone 436.
FARM WANTED: To rent a good |
farm on the shares for the next' New York, July 27.—Guardsmen at
year. Can give very best of references. border, discharged because of the
Apply to J. B. Wilson, now working
on the parks. 6t
WANTED: Position by high school
graduate to work for board and room
this fall while attending University.
Perry Whiting, Hartshorne, Okla.
Honesty, Integrity and
Are the foundations of every successful legitimate business enterprise.
should be conducted in the same manner and if I am elected to the office of
the office will be so conducted. I earnestly solicit your support and influ-
ence. If elected 1 intend to do the work without a deputy, and a deputy's
salary is worth saving.
ERNEST B. HELMS
necessity of supporting dependent
relatives, will have to pay their own
expenses home. This was announced
Thursday at the headquarters of the
department of the east, where it was
said many letters had been received
from soldiers applying for such dis-
charge indicating expectation that
their fare home would be paid by the
government. It was explained that
under war department regulations this
compensation would not be allowed.
Thus, if you demonstrated your
patriotism in Oklahoma, Maine or
Wisconsin by enlisting, and found
when you arrived at the border that
there was no real need for your ser-
vices, and therefore desired to be dis-
charged because of dependent folks
I at home, you must pay your way home
I or walk—or stay in the army. The
I boys certainly should be returned to
I their place of enlistment.
the Norman Daily
-LARABEE'S BEST FLOUR
There is no substitute for it
If you wish the best bread.
New Dresses, just like cut,
several other styles worth 6
or 7 timse $1.00. Dollar Day only
Positively none sold until Saturday,
Men's light weight wash suits, mis-
matched pants and coats, different pat-
terns. Choice, coat or pants, $1 00
Two For One
Men's Dollar Union Suits, athletic,
made in good quality voile, 2 for $1.00.
Genuine B. V. D. Union Suits, fpiostly
large sizes, always a daollr. 2 suits for
$2.00 Men's Wash Pants for $1.00.
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