The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 149, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 17, 1918 Page: 3 of 4
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WEVE GOT THE
IF YOU HAVE HAD TROUBLE WITH YolR
FEET COME AND .SLIP THEM INTO A PAIRoF
OUR "COMFORT" JHOEJ. THEY WILL FEEL
So GOOD AND BE PRICED So LoW THaT YOU
WILL BUY THEM AND THANK US FOR TELL-
ING YoU To COME To US FOR YOUR ShoES.
all SHOES for the .same price are
Not the .same quality. No poor jhoej
at any price in our .store.
YoU.JUST OUGHT To .SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL
E. 3. Kemberlin
WITH THE FLAG
Mrs. C. D. Sheldon received a let-
ter from her son Carl, stating that
he has been assigned to the Fifth
battery in the central field artillery
officers' training school at Camp
| Zachary Taylor, Ky. Sheldon left
Norman September 5 to enter the
j school as a candidate for second lieu-
tenant. He writes that he is enjoy-
ing the work.
"The people back home wouldn't
know me, writes E. I). Cornelius to
his father, B. F. Cornelius, from
Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga., where
he is a candidate for a commission
in the machine gun officers' school.
The strenuous work and exercise of
the camp is having its effect, he says,
but he is sure the training is bene-
consumption. While "speed up" has
j been the government watchword, th
warning will be issued that the na-
tion must look to more economy for
any increase in the available finan-
Depends on People
Delving deeper into the economic
phases of the country's problem than
ever before, the federal reserve
board says that the application of
fiscal measures during the coming
year depends largely "Upon the ex-
tent to which the taxpayers and
consumers are willing to make their
resources the resources of their gov-
ernment. Only through a "genuine
process of saving" can the govern-
ment be made secure in the financial
program it has outlined it is assert-
Progress has been made in the cur-
tailment of nonessential credit, the
board reports. There are, however,
certain elements which refused to
subordinate their private interests
to those of the nation. These must
be whipped into line if that arm of
the nation's resources is to become
entirely free for use, the government
NATION MUST SAVE
TO MEET WAR COST
I' ederal Reserve Board Issues
Warning That Americans
Must Forego Extravagace.
Home of the Super Silent Drama
MARGUERITE CLARK in
Rich Man Poor Man
fBy United Press.]
; WASHINGTON, Sept. 17.—The fed-
eral reserve board, renewing its plea
for wiser utilization of resources, has
called upon the nation to consume
$24,000,000,000 less than it produces
next year and thus pay the year's
; war cost.
i This means that America must
' save $6,000,000,000 more in the next
j twelve months than it did in the last
"Only two alternatives present
themselves through which the na-
tion will be able to make ends meet;
j the board pointed out. Either there
must be more intense production or
a decidedly decreased economy in
Everyone likes this winsome
little star, and this is hex- newest
picture, and will be shown at the
University Theatre, both today
matinee and night and Wednes-
day matinee and night.
Matinee 2:30 p. m. to 6 p. m.
Daily admission 5c and 15c.
Nights 7:00 p. m. to 11:00 p. m.
Admission 10c and 20c.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The First National Bank
OF NORMAN, OKLA.
As made to the Comptroller of the Currency, at the close of
business August 31, 1918
Loans and Discounts $405,802.09
United States Bonds J49 850 00
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 2'mn nn
Ranking House ~~ _ 22 698*31
Furniture and Fixtures 2 000 nn
Other Real Estate Owned 6,200.00
Int. earned but not collected 1 00O 00
State Bonds 51,656. oo"
Warrants and Securities 20,303.72
Cash and exchange ...101,031.49 $172,335.06
_ . LIABILITIES
Capital Stock $ 50,000.00
Circulation — 5o|ooo!oo
Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank 17 000 00
T^tal u" --- $822,817.47
the above statement is correct.
WM. SYNNOTT, Cashier.
FREE this big
with every High
Oven sold on dates
We arc Ready to
Wi!!i the best Ladles' Coats,
Suits and Even's Clothing for
the money, and our lines are
Ladies—Your Attention Please!
You are invited to visit our salesroom on
the dates printed be!o\v to witness the unusual exhibit
ot the greatest fuel-saving, time-saving and labor-saving
range ever seen in this community. One-third to one-
half fuel saving easily made with
Cole's High Oven Range
Besides cooking and baking it heats several
rooms. The oven is heated and bakes with the waste
or chimney heat of other ranges.
Oven is shoulder high — no stooping or
backaches. Oven is belted on 4 sides—thus makint
a perfect baking, rvr en. Remember these
m9.7h.oa portant dates aw*
We have an enormous line of
Ladies Coats and Suits bought
early and priced to sell at very
conservative prices. You loose if
you don't take advantage of this
Our clothing c
good wool suits f
which we want 1
ot is full of
in and boys,
- e out at a
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 149, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 17, 1918, newspaper, September 17, 1918; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc113852/m1/3/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.