The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 99, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1918 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCKIPT. FRIDAY. -H'l.Y 10. 1913.
Bl()llSeS for those who want to save
—If you have any desire whatever to save on your Blouses, then by
all means should you buy them here.
Just stop to consider that we are co-operating1 with the makers in
a manner that eliminates all selling costs, and reduces making costs
to a bare minimum.
Summed up this means Buying our Mouses for less, and in accord
with our established principal selling them for less.
We don't claim the impossible; but we do claim that co-operation
of the right kind between manufacturer and retailer cuts cost, elim-
inates waste and makes better values possible.
And because of such co-operation with the resulting superiority
in values you can always exercise substantial savings on the
Blouses you buy here.
A Dollar Blouse thatj worth more
Will Move Jo Norman—Rev. T. C.
Hays of Duncan, Okla., has purchased
'France, Our Ally,' Army Handbook,
Gives Insight Into French Customs
One million copies of a handy pock-1 himself upon entering Fiance par-
et-fitting booklet entitled "France ticularly in his money transactions.
After the first million exhaasted
more editions of "France, Our AJly"
Claud Pickard's property in East Nor- . Our Ally," are being distributed to |
man and will move his family here. every soldier and sailor whose duty .
takes him to French soil Clear, sim- will be issued until every American
Clyde Pickard Buys Farm—Clyde pig accounts of French life, customs,
Pickard has purchased the A. H. ideals, standards, history and geog-
Damron farm three and one-half raphy, set forth briefly in the boolc-
miles west of town at a consideration 1,|«, written by B. Van Yoret. serve
of #15,000. Mr. Damron will give po- to equip our boys with a good under-
scssion on January 1. j standing of the strange but friendly
Fourth Son iW-Born to Mr. and country and Peop,e to wl,om the>' are
Mrs. Farl C. Patterson of Taylor j* i •> , „ , ...
, .... , T , The false idea of French life ocn-
t.nvnship on Wednesday, July 17, a
boy. He is the fourth boy in the
Mother and child are doing
veeyd by musical comedies and cafe
fiction is corrected by this booklet,
which is distributed free to our fight-
ers by the Y. M. C. A., and Franc 3
Texas Residents Here—Dr. A. Jan- | and her heroic people are presented in
sing and Henry Jansing of Temple, their true light. The booklets are
Tex., were here Wednesday and
Thursday as guests of their brothers,
D. D. and W. A. Jansing. They say
that the crops in north central Texas
are burned up. and while here they
purchased hay for their winter use.
Here are some good examples of Thrift in blouse buying. Wirth-
mor Waists, that would really sell for more. that are worth more,
that are prettily styled, dependably made and perfect fitting, and
that are still priced at just $1.00. See these new models tomorrow,
and you'll wonder, as we sometimes do, how it's possible in the face
of rising costs to still sell these Waists at this low price.
"Norman s Cire.tot Store"
given nway to our soldiers on beard
the transports and to those already
in France up to the front-line
Thwarts Hun Propaganda
In the light of the fact that German
propaganda seeks to 3tir up misun-
derstanding among the allies who
speak different tongues and have dif-
ferent standards, the value of any-
work tending toward an understand-
ing cannot be underestimated. In fur-
I.k-ensed to \\ ed—T. E. Johnson, 37,
and E. R. Sloan, 24, both of Okla-
homa City were issued a marirage li-
j cense by Deputy Court Clerk Mrs. F.
A Adair. Thursday. The couple re-
turned to Oklahoma City to have the n£hingeach Amercan 'fighter'
ceremony performed. ths eyeopener, the Y. M. C. A. has
• performed a great servce for the al-
"Learn French!" the author urges,
| and contends that this is not a lux-
ury but a necessity which may equip
for France is
New Plate Glass—A large plate
glass, valued at $137, is being placed
m the front of the Jackson furniture
store, a part of the Franing opera
house building. The glass, which is .. , . .. , , -
being put in place by J. M. Thompson, , f?Ve a. and Thursday night.
replaces the one blown out by a de- |ro*ULT!'! fu".? ' Taylor, the mail carrier on
structive wind storm that visited Nor- ;™ Tt ,ook s(*f °rth ,that this route, is sick and a new carrier is
sons and books can be found at "Y „„
huts. It illustrates in
Mis. Caroline Grimmett is visiting
friend? and relatives in Oklahoma
Miss Mary Thornhill and Martin
Giay and Miss Pansy Matlock and
Edgar Grimmett spent Sunday, July
7 in Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Gaston and Miss
Ruby Gaston and Hallie Thornhill
spent Sunday, July 7, at the Starkey
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Graves and niece
and sister visited Sunday, July 7, with
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vaughan and
Dewey Gaston is away helping in
the wheat threshing.
Mrs. Jim Grimmett and Mrs. S. G.
Grimmett spent Sunday in Norman
with Mrs. Edgar Majors.
Mrs. Alice Stephens and baby have
been visiting relatives here the past
Miss Maysel Bell visited home folks
The Florida boys were in Franklin
now on the route.
racy man- Huron Jones visited Dewav Gaston
ner the need of understanding the Wednegday night
language. j £ Be„ and SQn Rector acd Foms
Boils Down Lecture Matlock and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Law-
A French captain lectured for half son and Mr. Sherral were a.1 in Nor-
an hour, minutely instructing the man Thursday.
man several weeks ago.
Buys Walter Gray Farm—I. /.
Rutherford of Martha, Okla.. has pur-
chased through the agency of W. C.
Weir and Clyde Pickard. the Walter
Gray farm one mile south of the uni-
Ytrsity. paying $17,000 for it. This Americans how to make an attacks Mr. and Mrs. Jim Starnes of Okla-
is what is known as the old Koepke assault on a trench. His American homa City has been visiting friends
farm and is one of the best farms in interpreter boiled all this down to here the past week.
the county. Mr. Rutherford will move says first crawl like snails and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lawson accom-
'sbout January 1 and take possession l^en when officer hollers, run for- panied Mr. and Mrs. Jim Starnes to
of the farm. ward like H f" Oklahoma City Thursday.
"What a marvelous language" ex- .
C. C. Downing Burs Farm—Walter claimed the admiring French officer. The belief is still current in Ger-
Parks Wednesday closed a deal with The story helps to explain the differ- many, thanks to the censor, that
Charles C. Downing whereby Mr. ence between the leisurely Frenchman there are but few American troops in
Downing gets his farm four miles snd the hurryup American, to which France, and that Washington is pot-
northwest of Norman. This is known difference the American must adjust 'ting up a flamboyant bluff.
as the Lee Ulhnan home place and
was sold by Mr. I'Urn an about a year
ago to J. B. Dudley, from whom Mr.
Parks bought it. The deal was made
through the agency of Clyde Pickard
COl \TY POULTRY CLUBS and this is the third time within the
past year that Mr. Pickard has sold
V. - .To"-: ) i has retur-ed from NOT1CK TO MEMBERS OF
Altus, where si c was called several
ays ago h\ the serious sickness of
her brother-in-law, .lack Ventres*. Mr Y<m Kly, and pir!$ ?ho.jM now tMr this particular farm.
Robert Taylor, manager of the ■
Ninteer HanNrare company's motor and reports aw to the effect that
Apartment, is transacts business m * « greatly benefited,
levngton this afternoon
and Mrs. Clare Fisher stopped
off in Norman Friday while on their
overland trip from Vinita to Colorado
fj d California Mr, Fisher formerly
ved m Norman
Ventre* has beer, taken W Colorado ou, |h(, firs, pj>ce of Vt>ur Wj. ation of this deal was $15,000.
Springs. Colorado's famous health re- sn<1 ,d(W ,t ,h<m mii, jt ^
that I ti*.*y have it to take with irse OLD SI BSC RIRER ^ R1TF1S
to Stillwater July 28. "I *njoy your paper very much anJ
It is very necessary that you should lrouid nw ** "■ " 1 " °°®
fill out your record book and maU the of th* 05 ' . ?,f -j0™*"'
cards to me as socr. as y.-i can. I vrTU^ Mrs ° °f Kans*?
have some reports in at this time and
1 am counting that you will send in
yours at once.
Do this now — L. E Bo gar.. County
.1 R. Carmen was here from O.
loma City Friday morning. Mr, Cj
ren is a former res dent of this
' Mrs Harrison Griffin and daughter.
Mrs, \ M Kimball, and baby re-
tv.mei Thursday from Shawnee.
W ' ere they have been visiting frrend.,
*• .1 relatives the past weeV
WITH THE FLAG
City, Mo. Mrs. O'Mally lived here
until a number of years ago and is
well remembered by the older resi-
dents of Norman.
CANNING DO NTS
Don': plan to can more than three
six ;.ars of fruit or vegetables the
day. Speed up gradually says a
\er rs Fisher, little daughter of Mr
*r.,i Mrs. John Fisher, who V.as been
serrously ill at the Fisher home on
East Fnfsula street, is greatly im
proved toda> and prospects of her
c. -r r-V-te roc.^ve ry are very promising
„ ,, , , x, . u ln Napoieons time a battle which
F aff Htcks, sor, of Mt ani Mrs , , ,,
, „ , . . . . . engaged a half million mer. was a big firs. _ —... -
' ' • S11 ■; j * event. The Americans naployed 251,- bulletin from the National War Gar-
' e^a>, . ■"v •• v 000 men in the thrusts at Chateau den commission of Washington which
will send you a free canning manua"
lv,ke. Ask . where he will enter an of-
, _ T ^erry. which were merelv •^-.ibbles''
ficers" training school This movement thp 0rfrmM
is contrary to former plans, as he
* rst cvperte.- t.
Petersburg, \ a
be sent to Cam? Lee,
about August 1
Carney O, Dean, former circula-
tion manager for t' e Oklahoma Daily,
wntes friends from Fort Riiey. Kan
T Roh.r.son, formerly w-th the t>l1 fATyv)t w Vave the Jay-
si,-,",e scKkJ 1*>1 .iepartr.ert, spi 'M y,j,wi,eT camp Saturday. July #0, for
TVarSkUy e^-ening Msitmg frieiws - Hobokvn, N .1 , from which place he
Norman Mr Kobmsor. is trawlv-.c ,.r, start for
MVMMMtatfor the Manlrtt Br'd.re lf lr, Convaletscent Camp No 5
ccr panx. witV Ke*d.;natters at Oklt -Oar three week* training has done
something for us yet a lot needs to be
done. It is drill, l iter drill, twit
year oV. pi''cv, .ng and gas mask drill, together
>hem of v. .-'asses, hiVees, basehall games to
■ ige to and sometirres loafing while
for meting for or,Sen dur.ng which t-.rne
■oma v 5ty.
Janrn Bryoe Ohen
on vf Dr a~i<i Mrs D
Oklahoma City, is sr >oua\y ill
tyohoid fever The Oherr. f>.r. :y
-lan ar>.; ha\t w* are afraid to unlace our eggi-.s
on -e. -ov-f r
hope the hey
for fear of being called intc line."
Dea- says. .r. speak -g of arr.-y life.
Ma%e Your Monet;
During the^e strenuous times it is
to your ad* antage to make your
money go the farthest and in order to
do so. trade where you can get more
srood groceries for vour monev—1". S.
Below are only
a few of our many
Hauling of All Kinds
i>o\n rROMim v axt> carf.fh.i y ghk us
WK V \Kh V S.FRC1AITV OK HAILING TKV>'RS
Office Phone 225 Residence Phone 505
Two Cans of Peaches, put ap in syrup-.^c
T«(i On ef Apricots, pnt op in rnp 2.V
Tw-o Cans .if Pork and Beans ~>e
On* Pafkat e of Cream i>f R>e if*
kafenia Pan tAke Flour is one of the best
substitutes on the market. Trr a sack.
We hax a fol! lint f Fruit Jars ar d Jar
Fresh Potato Chips. You shouic try them.
\ fall oe of Fresh Fro is u>d Veretahte^
U. S. Tubhs
PHONES SI ANP 224.
A COOL BREEZE
ALL NIGHT LONG
will summon peaceful, strength-building slumber on
ho: nights that would otherwise be unendurable.
An Electric Fan
of the oscillating type will keep Iresh air circulaTing in
your bedroom all through the long warm night, enabl-
ing you to sleep and to arise completely refreshed in the
AN ELECTRIC FAN is a hot weather comfort
n««e«sary every hour of the day or night.
PRICED S15.M and up
McELDOWNEY & SON
OKLAHOMA GAS & El-ECTKIO CO.
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 99, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1918, newspaper, July 19, 1918; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc113804/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.