The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1918 Page: 4 of 4
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BTTP COKSEHVE THE
It's Your Patriotic Duty to
Help Conserve America's
The Government needs every transporta-
tion facility to move troops and supplies. Will
you block our success in this war by 1 iding
on the trains unnecessarily? Cooperate in
this great National movement. "Do Your
Bit" and Give Uncle Sam your full rights
to use passenger, express and mail cars.
Be a Home Town Booster and don't spend a dollar out-
side of your town unless it is absolutely necessary. This
enterprising store is capable of supplying your every
uersonal and household need at all times. Out stocks
are complete and our styles and qualities aie as good as
the best in even the greater cities.
Local spending keeps your money at home and you
can't hell) but benefit by it. Only through Co-operation
can the best results be obtained, and we want You to
cooperate with us in our busiess . You will save time, in-
convenience—fare and money by patronizing home in-
dustries. Help yourself by helping others and save every
cent you can by Trading At Home.
It will have to be a most peculiar requirement that this
modern store cannot supply, but even if you cannot tind
Buy Yourr Necessities at
Home and Keep Your own
exactly what you want in our stocks, we will
cheerfully undertake to get it for you at a
lower price than you
yourself could buy it
for elsewhere. The re-
sources of this store
are almost limitless
and we rely upon your trade to
increase our buying capacity so
that we can give you better ser-
vice and best quality merchandise
at the lowest possible prices.
Every effort will be made by this
store to help this Patriotic
If we haven't what you want,
we'll get it for you.
We'll sell you anything you can
buy elsewhere and charge you less
^savFmoney "" trade atihome buy here
Trade at Home Offerings In
WOMEN'S FASHIONABLE APPAREL
These special groups of new Suits, Dresses and Oats were
.selected from the most favored models that fashion designers
had to offer for the coming season's wear.
Every little style idea is clearly portrayed in each of these
new garments. Materials are ofthe finest quain.es cdors are
in every Springtime tone and workmanship is of the be. t.
Come view them all at these Trade At Home prices.
Beautiful new suits of menswear serge in newest Spring
models, special values at $20, $22.50, $25 and $29 oO.
Attractive Spring suits of best polin in navy, French blue
buftan, grey, newest style ideas, unusual values at $2o,
rind $3o. , .
Silk suits of taffeta and poplin in black, navy, grey and tan.
Prices start at $17.30 then $20, $25 and $29.50.
Excellent range ol' new Spring coats in both short and full
length models, prices start at $10, then $12.50, $15.00, $1 (.50,
$19.50 and up.
Newest dresses of taffet, foulards, crepe de chine and georg-
ette. every new spring shade is included. Special values at $lo,
$20, $25 and up to $40.
DON I block™
Trade at Home Offerings In
NEW STYLE WAISTS AND SKIRTS
These are the sort of Waists and Skirts that fashionable
women demand for dressy and general wear because of the
exclusive appearance and distinctive style which each model
bears. Materials, trimming effects and designs are in keep-
ing with style standards as set for this season.
ATTRACTIVE NEW SPRING SKIRTS
Attractive new Spring Skirts of newest woolen in black, navy
and many new novelties, special values at $6, $7.o0, $10 and
Handsome new silk skirts in beautiful color combinations,
all new; just received twenty brand new styles, prices are
$7.50, $10, $12.50 and up to $20.
Famous Wirthmor waists in new styles, all sizes, best waist
in America today for $1.
Welworth blouses in new April styles are ready both voiles
and tub silks, special values at $2.
Attractive voile waists, hand embroidered at $2.50, $3, $3.50
Silk waists in many attractive styles of white and flesh at
$5, $6 and $7.50.
. * Trade At Home Offerings In
WOMEN'S DRESS ACC ESSORIES
Gloves Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Hand Bags. Veilings, Corsets, and num-
erous other of women's dress requisites are here in large varieties. Each
individual accessory is of the supreme quality
which fashionably dressed women so em-
phatically demand. These are but a fe\yol
their interesting little prices.
New neckwear, very latest styles, special
values at 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50.
Real French kid gloves in black, white,
grey and tan, special values at $2, $2.50, $3
Silk gloves with double finger tips in white
and black with contrasting stitching, all sizes
at 75c, $1 and $1.50.
Beautiful new leather purses at $l.o0, $2
and up to $7.50.
Knitting ba^s in leather, black, grey, tan
and blue, special values at $4, $5 and
NEW WASH FABRICS SPECI-
Excellent voiles, 40 inches wide, attractive
patterns, the most satisfactory of all wash
fabrics for summer, special values at 15c, 25c,
35c and 50c.
Attractive patterns in ginghams, the most
popular w ahsfabric of the year. Wide range
of handsome new patterns at 20c, 25c, 35c,
75c and 95c.
Persales in light and dark colors, we advise you to buy your season s sup-
ply at the following prices, 25 inch percales at 15c, 30 inch percales at _(<_
and yard wide best quality percales at 25c.
♦ LOCAL AND PERSONAL ♦
—See J. Warren Kerrigan, Mux-it
IJol of millions in "In Turn of a
Card." University Theatrt today.
I —The Union Bible Study class
will meet with Mrs. John Hardie on
Friday afternoon, April 12, at
o'clock. AH are cordially mvitea
LP COXMRVt TMt
Trade At Home Offerings In
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS
Every kind of Fabric is to be seen in this large showing of silks, serges,
crepes, tricotines, foulards and other dress materials including wash goods
and white goods. Patterns and qualities are ot the best and colors are
those favored for new season wear. For Homesewers this showing will
prove a revelation for timely suggestions. v
All silk h-ndloom Pongee in natural color, very special value yard $1.
French lines in white, rose, pink, blue, green and grey, 45 inches wide,
very specially priced at per yard $1.25.
All wool French serge in navy and black, 45 inches wide, ideal tor skirts
and dresses, real $3 value today, special yaid $2.
Fancy all wool suitings in beautiful stripes and checks, 50 inches wide,
unusual good value at yard $2.95.
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' UNDERGARMENTS
The newest ideas in Undergarments of every description are all to be
«een in this wonderfully large showing of silks, linen and muslin under-
wearables. Any selection you make will be reasonable in price because of
our Patriotic Trade At Home endeavors.
llnionsuits and Accessories
Children's knit union suits a t25c, 35c, 50c and 75c.
Ladies' summer knit union suits, open or closed styles, at
Knit waists for children, sizes 2 to 12 years at 2oc- and 3oc.
Muslin pants for children, good styles, well made at 25c.
Ladies' knit vests in many styles at 15c, 19c, 25c, and 50c.
50c, 75c, $1
NORMAN'S GREATEST STORE
-Mrs. Cora B. Wei*--, <.ao im?
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Vi" N.
Rucker, left on Wednesday to spend
a few days at her old home in Flat}-.
—See J. Warren Kerrigan, Movie
Idol of millions in "In Turn « f ..
Card." University Theatre today
—The S. K. McCall Company i-'-
100 per cent, loyal. Tht proprie*«rr-
and all the clerks invested in Liberty
bonds, the total amounting to sobu
—W. N. Rucker is tjprne fro- ;
visit to his store at Picher, Okia.,
which he reports doing a good
ness, notwithstanding the pric* of
ore has fallen off a little.
—The Transcript is requests to
state that there will he no registra-
tion of women next Saturday, but
it will be resumed some time if. tbr
future, due notice of which w'.U he
—Mr. and Mrs. Clay Burri- and
daughter, Miss Elizabeth, are re t
spending a few days with Mr and
Mrs. W. N. Rucker. They are on their
way to Colorado. Mr. Burris is a
prosperous farmer of Bethany, Mo.
—C. D. Adkins has sold lots T ami
8 in block 66, Norman, to the Acree
Oil company. This is the property
snow occupied by the Mclntire Gara-'
land consists of the two lots anti .
i good brick building. The cons.iera-
j tion is given at $5,000.
i —A. W. Fisher is here from Pryor.
| Okla., visiting old friends, who ai>
I giving him a warm welcome. He
one of the oldtimers of Norman, but
removed some years ago to Pryo .
where he is doing well in the prac-
tice of law. He tells us his son Clart
is still in the newspaper business
I there and prospering.
! —Hon. H. O. Miller went to Pauls
Valley and Wynnewood yesterday t
i interview some of the citizens r« -
garding his candidacy for the stat t
, senate from this district. His cam!
dacy is meeting with marked appro- -
a] all over the district, for his recoi l
in the lower house is evidence of the
good work of which he is capable.
j —Billie Kurke will be here tome -
row at the University Theatre in "T! •
1 Land of Promise." It's a Paramou' i
—Subscribe for the Transcript.
The Physician on Chronic I>i«-
eases Will Visit Our City.
FRIDAY, APRIL 12
And Will He at the Cottage Hotel
Until 4 p. m.. One Day Only.
Dr. Potterf of 3108 Garfield Ar< ,
Kansas City, Mo., who has treated
thousands of patients with electricity
and medicine, will give consultation,
examination and all the medicines nec-
essary FREE. All parties taking ad-
vantage of this offer are requested to
state to their friends the result of ti <
: Treats DEAFNESS by an enttre'v
Treats catarrh, throat and lung ois-
ease, eye and ear, stomach, liver ar •!
kidneys, gravel, rheumatism, para'-
ysis, neuralgia, nervous and heart dis-
ease, epilepsy, Blight's disease, dis-
eases of the bladder, hlood, skin,
goiter, stammering and asthma.
Piles and rupture, without detention
If you are improving under your
family physician do not take up our
valuable time. The rich and the poc
j are treated alike. Idlers and curiosity
seekers will please stay away. Our
j time is valuable.
j Remember, NOT A PENNY will tie
| charged for the medicine required t >
j all those taking treatment this trip
S Office hour, 9 a. m.
| Positively married ladies must be
accompanied by their husbands. Re-
| member the date, Friday, April 12, at
the Cottage Hotel until 4 p. m., Noi-
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Burke, J. J. The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1918, newspaper, April 11, 1918; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc113720/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.