The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 149, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 17, 1918 Page: 4 of 4
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NORMAN, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY. SEPT. 17, 1918.
ExamininR Trial Postponed-The
examining trial of the five youn*
men of Noble, charged with petty
robberies, which was to have been
held before Justice J. D. Grigsby
this morning has been postponed un-
for S. A. T. C. men- She will >^|
My rent a t;0^eJith herCdaughter, dents will come from Tulsa to enter
year, bo as to be witn ner k . university this year, according to
—-£• - — *
$4.00 extra heavy full-size blan-
kets going on sale the 18th at $2.9H
Mrs. Walker to Leave—Mrs. E. E
Walker, who has conducted a board-
ing and rooming house at 715 Asn
avenue for several years, is planning
to move to Oklahoma City, her home
having been taken over as barracks
Everything will be seld as repre-
sented and advertised at Rucker's.
Cooks, dishwashers, yardmen and
all kinds of help for Students Army
Training Corps. Apply immediately
at west mess hall. Ask for Mr.
Now is the time to clean house.
Let us help you. Send us your
blankets, quilts, rugs, curtains and
linen before the rush of school work
The cost is small a our work will
please you.—Phone 71.
NORMAN STEAM LAUNDRY. ,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY |
LOST-A white baby sweater near
Comanche street and North i eters
avenue. Return to Transcript^
FOR SALE—One combination china
closet and sideboard, one combina-
tion book-case and desk. 531A College
Don't forget the big Necsesity Sale
which begins Wednesday, Sept. 18th
(Continued from page one)
629 YOUNG MEN ARE
FOR S. A. T. C. WORK
the ideals and purposes of the allied
nations are set forth in a thorough,
systematic manner. This course, oc-
cupying three hours a week, is re-
quired by the war department and is
uniform throughout the country.
Prof. H. H. Foster of the school of
law has been given direction of th
course in the University of Okla-
homa. He will teach five sections of
fifty men, Prof. M. A. Floyd will
teach one section and other profes-
sors will be asigned to teach the
thirteen other sections. Theye are
nineteen sections of this course, most
of which will meet in the law build-
BOYS AND GIRLS IN WAR
On the Market
Well improved five acre
Five-room house, new,
four nice lots in a choice
And other bargains.
McDaniel & Matthews
arrived here Monday. Stone has been
employed as a reporter on the Tulsa
Times and Democrat this summer.
This is the largest delegation Tulsa
has ever sent to the university. It
includes many young men who for-
merly went to universities in Kansas,,
Missouri, Illinois, Virginia and other |
Mothers' Club to Meet—The Moth- j
ers' Patriotic club will meet Wednes-
day afternoon with Mrs. C. L. Tur-
ner, East Hughbert street.
Returns From Massachuetts—Prof.
and Mrs. L. B. Nice and children re-
turned Monday from Amherst, Mass.,
and other eastern cities, where they
have been for the past few weeks.
Amherst is Mrs. Nice's former home,
Social This Evening—A social for
the members and friends of the Sun-
day school will be held at the First
Methodist Episcopal church this
evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. Games
and story-telling will be a feature of
Moves to Elm Avenue—C. W.
Vaughn, manager of the Minnetonka
Lumber company office here, has
moved with his family to 424 Elm
avenue from the apartment over the
office of the company on West Main
attachment which ^demonstrated on the streets in Nor-
man, Saturday is FOR SALE BY
HOLTZSCHUE MOTOR CAR CO.
107 East Main Street Norman.
It is undoubtedly the.best a^hment yet tavented^
is so constructed as to utilize the p '[-f you did
automobile as the cans built todelwcsr 1po ^
not see the demonstration call and see
* Batteries re-charged $1.00. Most modern recharging
machine made. .
We sell Prest-O-Lite Batteries. Maxwell Serv.ee Sta-
HOLTZSCHUE MOTOR CAR CO.
107 East Main Street, Norman, Okla.
Close Meeting at Hico—Elder J. C,
Cooke and Elder L. H. Havill of Nor-
man have closed a two weeks* meet-
ing of the Church of Christ at Hico.
There were fifteen additions as a re-
sult of the meeting.
Course begins Monday night. Lower flooi
Next dors to the postoffice.
STENOGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING courses
now in progress.
BOOKKEEPING course just established.
BANKING course to be added in the near future.
Penmanship Monday night: 7:30 to 8:30. tree
A. E. THOMAS.
For further information as to courses, rates, etc.,
NORMAN BUSINESS COLLEGE
M. L. FLEMING, Manager
Here From Pauls Valley—J. A.
Goodwin arrived in Norman Mon-
day from Pauls Valley, where ha |
has been foreman on a construction ,
job for the Sinclair Oil company. He
will probably remain here on the
construction jobs at the university
or state hospital. His family is at
Pauls Valley, but will move here if
Mr. Goodwin can obtain a house.
Does Knitting in Colorado—Mrs.
Hannah F. Haines, who returned re-
cently from her summer vacation
spent at Pine, Colo., brought with her
Red Cross knitting completed during
her absence and decorated with red
berries and autumn leaves from th
mountains of Colarod.
New Idea Club to Meet-The New
Idea club will meet Wednesday af-
ternoon with Mrs. R. K. Kimberlin,
216 East Symmes street.
Wins Prizes With Herefords—E.
Alfred Smalley, formerly of Norman
now manager of N. B. Pike's herd of
Hereford cattle at Weatherford,
Okla., won five firsts and seven sec-
onds with stock which he exhibited at
the Kentucky state .fair at Louis-
ville, last week. Mr. Smalley is a son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Smalley of
Norman and was formerly employed
by T. E. Smith on his stock farm.
here ready for you to see tomorrow.
Such fabrics as these will help every home dress-
milker to reduce the living cost. Come, see these
tive cloths and note the very modest prices.
BOYS and girla of America ara helping
produce food for the world. In recofni-
t«n of thier highly-important contribu-
tion to civiliiatlon the OKLAHOMA
STATE FAIR AND EXPOSITION la
riving $7,366 in premiums and pn«e« «•
the youngiters of Oklahoma Inia 7
who exhibit club work. A new doMiltOtT
and dining room has been built •*
coat of $5,000 to care for them Write
now for the annual premium Hat giving
in detail the manner in which this f.,M*
la to be distributed. And above all. don t
forget to attend the
OKLA. STATE FAIR &
September 21 to 28, 1918
PICTURES THAT PLEASE
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Afternoons 2—6 tMights 7-11
A Picture to deepen the sympathies of Men and Women
She went to New York seeking Content, but found it in the
arms of the man she had wedded; and deserted because ot
misunderstanding and loneliness.
Also Vitagraph Presents
With Edith Johns an and Joe
Rvan in Regular "He-Man"
"A Fight for Millions"
Greatesst Serial Ever Made
Also Monday and Tuesdaj
Miss Eva Tucker wishes to an-
nounce that she has returned to Nor-
man and has reopened her beauty
shop in the Sooner Shop bull(il"j\
She will be elad to have new and old
patrons call and see her.
MUTT AM) J EI F in
."A Burgular Alarm"
Also a big 2 reel Comrfy. Ono of
"RITSINESS BEFORE HONES!\
FIRST RUN 10 REELS 10 FIRST RUN
THED BARA, GEO. WALSH, and WILUAM > AKNUM
are coming soon, the whole of FRE FOX W
KIDDIES 5c LIBERTY ADULTS 15c
Coming Wedesday and Thursday T "thF PAINTED
I'lm ei' 1 v'-1' \V H O N G E1) ^ ^ ^ MIS'
Choose from extra quality aN
French Serges in grey, taupe, na. ,
nitrht green, plum and wine, wan ante
every thread pure wool very specia va ,
All wool storm Serges 50 inches wide, in
hlack and every wanted tall shade, this s a
very popular fabric and gives mort excellent
service, special value, yard at $2.00.
French Serges in plum grey, navy
oreen taupe, brown, wine and black vers
popular for dresses, specially priced at only
French and storm Serges in black and all
wanted fall colors, also suiting: iri a great
variety of colorings as well as the new 1 laids,
these cloths are yard wide and are excellent
value at our special price of only >ard $1.00.
Silk and cotton black and white check
suiting yard wide very attractive checks,
specially priced at per yard 7oc
Yard wide suitings in brown, tan, navy
and black, yard wide, special value per yar
SUCH SILKS AS THESE WILL
Attractive silks are very scarce and very
ago*we havTevery new'coiorln'idl the wanted weave, at prices which are
much less than their actual value today. We ask that you see these.
Best qualitv silk and wool Poplins, 40 inches wide in black navy, grey,
alice, wine, dark brown rose and white, excellent value, >aid $2.25.
TWn.mHtv vard wide yarn dyed, Taffeta in white, black and every
street and evenig shadeT best quality and most excellent value at our
special price, per yard $2.0#.
All silk Messaline in black and twenty of the seasons best shades, here
is a silk we would be compelled to sell for $2 a yard if bought today, priced
here at $1-75.
All silk Crepe de Chine, 40 inches wide, white, black and all colors,
worth $2 a yard on today's market, our price, per yard $1.50.
Wash Satin of extra fine quality in white and flesh, 40 inches wide,
unusual good value, pard $2.25.
Extra quality real dress Satin, yard wide in black, navy, brown, grey,
Finest quality dress satins 40 inches wide in all street shades, best
possible quality, specially priced at, per yard$3.00.
Norman's Greatest Store
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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/m1/4/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.