The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 229, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 21, 1918 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma_
The Daily Transcript
Published rverjr afternoon excent Sunday
t jr Che Transcript Enterprise Publishing Co.
Kmered a* teconri-clint matter January
17. !VI4, at the i* st office at Norman, Okla*
bom, under irt of congress of March 3,
OCfirc, 215 I *ut Main Street. Telephone 3.
DAILY SUBSCRIPTION HATES.
)*y r ail •< carrier, one year ...$3.50
*y mail or carrier, six months 1.75
9iv mail or carrier, one month 30
By mail or carrier, one week 10
A shiv ■ ran down the spine of
-every law:i!iiding and honest eiti-
*ctt of Oklahoma when he re.td in
Thursday's Oklahonian that Co-
R. I.. Will - had hy pardon and
parole turned loose twenty-eight
nr.-.,. ' i\ :d some eighty bur-
•glai'S, swindlers, embezzlers nnd
thieves upon the community. This
*^coTd hardly exceeds that of the
^notorious l.iov. lik.tse, of Souti!
'Carolina, who hy hi- misuse of the
pardoning power brought undi
served censure on that state, just as
will, we believe, Gov. Williams' ae
tion bring notoriety to Oklahonia:
making the -tate pointed at ;is t!
home of the criminal, where crime
is condoned and winked at by the
hii b powers of the state.
As head of the government ot
Oklahoma, C.ov. Williams is entitl
od to our respect and esteem, lutt
«ie cannot but feel that he was en-
tirely in the wrong in this action,
and that it will meet with the enrn-
es condemnation of a large majori
ty of the people of the state.
Local and Personal
Community Silver makes the best
Christmas gift. Minteer Ifdwe. Co.
The Senior's held a class meet-
ing Friday afternoon after school
in room 11.
Community Silver individual
ad forks. Minteer Hdwc. Co.
MONDAY IS FREE DOLL
DAY AT RUBER'S
Trade $5.00 cash and get a $2.00
Bisque doll free.
BUILDING AND LOAN NOTICE.
are delinquent. Let's make it a
clean slate for 1919.
Norman Building and Loan
Association, By A. McDaniel,
All payments of December dues
must be in not later than the 26th,
as the auditors take charge of the
books on the 27th and we will close D . .u . • . .
them-for 1918 payments on the: Be sure and see that picture at
26th. Those paying after the 26th the Liberty today.
Trade $1 f. 00 cash and get a 15-
ineh doll (: ■< valued at ?!!. >0, at
Married: F.lder J. W. Linton
officiated at the marriage of Vic-
tor Stirman, ">2. and Mrs. Eva L.
Price, 45, both of Oklahoma City,
on December 21, 191^. at the court
LOST—A black velvet stole, at
University Theatre, Wednesday
ni ,'ht Leave at Barbour's Drug
Store and reccrve reward. 227-3t*
FOR SAM' OR TKADK Five
room house on West Side. In
quire Minteer Hdwe Co.
One thing that detracts from
this week's notes was the many
and varied stories in the Trans-
cript the past week. Just consid-1
er them as a part of these notes
and all will be right.
Mrs. Norman Judd and children '
were here from I'onca City today, I
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Burke. Mrs. Judd was formerly j
Miss Hclene Moore, a well-known
young lady of this county.
Gillette Safety razors please tin
men folks. Minteer lldwe. Co.
The Y. W. C. A. committee met
Tuesday find decided to dress dolls
for the poor children of Norman
for Christmas. They also made
plans about sending a delegate to
The M. A. Copeland farm, five
miles south of Norman has been
sold thorugh the Pickard agency
t0 Mrs. Dora Jahn, who jrets pos-
session January 1st.
Community Silver tomato serv-
rs. Minteer Hdwe. Co.
STORM SEWER TAX
The above tax is due and de-
electrie iron, linquent and will be certified to
County Treasurer on Dec. 21, 1918.
J. MARTHA WISE HAMIL,
Owing to the shortness of our
crush this season it will be neces-
sary for those wishing to purchase
cotton seed meal and cake, to make
their arrangements to take their
entire requirements for the winter
during the present month.
THE NORMAN COTTON OIL
MILL COMPANY. 215-26
Get the wife
Minteer Hdwe. Co.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tarbet are in
receipt of a letter from their son,
Clarence, who is overseas with the
Kith company of the 6th regiment,
U. S. Marines, and has experienc-
ed some strenuous service. He
has been wounded three times, and
blown out of a dugout by a boche
shell. He was in the Chateau
Tierry battle, and several other
active engagements. He has been
in a hospital but is all right once
more, and hopes to soon be home.
Dr. Edwin DeBarr was elected
high priest and prophet of India
Temple Shrine in Oklahoma City
on Thursday night. Leslie II. Swan
was elected illustrious potentate
and Wm. Barrowman of Purcell,
Chief Robban. Geo. W. Spencer
was elected to his fifteenth con-
secutive term as secretary. The
organization is a tremendously
strong one in numbers and in- ANNOUNCEMENT.
fluence, its new membership within Beginning the first of the year,
the past year numbering 777. Miss E. Marie Anderson will con-
S duct a class in Expression for
Ray Hodges writes his parents, children. For particulars, phone
Mr and Mrs. S P. Hodges, from ! 749 or see me in Studio 105 Fine
Jle good to your wife? Remember she puts
in much of her life cooking meals. Make
it as easy as possible by giving" her a
FIRST CLASS COOK STOVE
We give you the best in a range—in Price, Service
anil Economy. PERFECT WORKING HEATER TOO.
We sell Satisfactory Razors, Sensible, Satisfying
Scissors, Pocket Knives, Purses, Percolators. In fact
anything that belongs to a Hardware and Furniture
Store. See our stock of Furniture.
QUALITY, PRICE AND SERVICE
Orerebaun & IVSathews
Hardware and Furniture. 121 East Main
Hauling of All Kinds
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HAULING TRUNKS
Office Phone 225 Residence Phone 505
Christmas Trees—All sizes at
prices from 50 cents up. Delivery
Saturday or Monday.
3t) NOBLE NURSERY.
Community Silver ice cream
forks. Minteer Hdwe. Co.
Casseroles for the housewife.
Minteer Hdwe. Co.
FOR RENT—To responsible party,
nine room barracks at 542 Uni
boulevard, kn • vn as the Toberman i cve'e dispatcher, and cxpects to be
Toul, France, under date of Nov.
24th, that he is well and hale and
hearty and has come through with-
out injury, although having sev-
eral narrow escapes. He sends
several postcard views of Toul,
one of a cathedral built in 1249,
:>nd others of the Main street nnd
prominent buildings. It is a
pretty French city in Lorraine,
near Metz. Ray has been a motor- I
Arts building at the University on
December 31st. 227-4t*
Electric Toaster. Minteer Hdwc
particulars see A W.
home in January.
MONDAY IS FREE DGLL
DAY AT RUGKER'S
Trade $100 00 cash and get a i
handsome doll free.
FOR SALE—We have a few Ames ,
hilt Ford bodies, and one Special'
Ford body.—J. G. Hollingsworth.
W ANTED—Woman to do family
washing Call at 420 West Eu- j
fnula or phone 434.
WANTED TO RENT—Two or
three furnished rooms. Address !
X. care Transcript. (3t*)
FOR SALE—Why not make that,
Christmas present a piano? We [
hnve two Rood pianos priced to
sell, and on terms to suit anyone.
S.' • J. 1). Pierson, 200 W. Main st
Phone 3 4 22G-3t
FOR SALT -Canarie4; beautiful,
deep yellow registered trained
singnrs; als.> deep yellow females.
Special prices for Christmas. Mrs.
B. F. Myers, Shoe Store.
Hullingsworth Says: "I have 1 bay
mare 7 years old, weighs about
1180 pounds, in foal by jack, and a
span of buckskin horses, weighs
1180 and 1200, for sale or trade.
Ai^b have a few used cars for sale
or exchange. See me, corner West
Main and Santa Fe."—J. G. Hol-
WANTLB—By January 1st, two
or fo«r roomed furnished apart-
ment or house on West Side. Phone
Special Prices on inner Tubes
At Holtzsclute Motor Car Co., 107 East
Main St., Norman, for today and
28 by 3 Gray inner tubes, each $2.60
32 by 3 1-2 Republic inner tubes, gray, each ^_$3.35
These would cost wholesale today $4.10.
30 by 3 1-2 inner tubes, gray $3.25
80 by 3 1-2 inner tubes, red $3.05
31 by 4 inner tubes, gray $4.35
31 by 4 inner tubes, red $5.15
These prices positively good during the above specifi-
ed time only. Parcel post delivery extra. Phone 28.
HOLTSCHUE MOTOR CO.
FOR SALE—Six-cylinder Mitch-
ell, overhauled and new battery; j
?ooks like new. Will take in good i
"Ford. Apply at the Transcript of-
■fiee. 226-31. •
FOR RENT—Six room house in
first elas condition, $20.00 per
maDth. Phone 40. (225-tf.)
IF you want a job and can run a
sewing machine, apply at Price
1 )ye Works at once 210 West
FOR SALE—At holiday prices,
two pianos, one a player; tone I
action and price can't be beat j
Come and see for you/self. E. L. j
Howard. 41i! Kast Comanche. 225tf
TO TRADE—Good automobile for j
vacant lots, mercandise or town I
•property anywhere What have j
you? See J D. Pierson, 206 West
Main street Phone 394. 226-3t
FOR RENT—One new five-room
bungalow, on paved street, nowj
ready to move into; also two six-!
xvarri modern bungalows, will be
ready to move into about Febru-
ary Ut. See -I D. Pierson, 206 W.!
Main street Phone 394. 226-3t
FOR SALE—iDuroc pigs, at $5.00
each- Jerome Dowd, No. 1
Brw)ri St., Norman. 229-ldlw*
CIGARS FOR CHRISTMAS
-In fact most any kind of a gift.
COME SHOP HERE!
REXALL DRUG STORE
A Merry Christmas
We have many of those things which
you will need to make this Christmas
what it should he. A REAL MERRY
NUTS OF ALL KINDS
CANDY—A NICE VARIETY
EXTRA FINE WINESAP APPLES
Special at $3 per box—Only 50 Boxes at this price
Give us your order and we will take
care of it. Order early and help the
delivery boys and avoid the rush at the
Store closed all day Christmas.
B. T. FLEMING
LARGE SHIPMENT OF
We urge you to come in now and
secure your Christmas Candies,
Nuts and Fruit, while our stock is
complete in every line.
We are making special prices to
teachers, Sunday schools, churches
and lodges on candies, nuts and
Also we wish to call your atten
tion to our grocery and meat de-
partments. We have everything
that is good to eat, and at a price
that you can afford to pay.
Come and see us.
U. 3. TUBBS
Phones 31 and 224
And Now For An
LIKE MOTHER ALWAYS HAD
Kitchen deliciously homey with the arorna of roasting fowls and winey odors of plum
pudding, pumpkin pies, nuts, fruits and celery and other dainties as only Mother knows
how to make. Why not have one like it? We have all the "makin's."
Red-cheeked apples from Missouri, oranges from California, Nancy Hall sweet
potatoes from our own Oklahoma, celery, dates, candies, cranberries—just look at the
Irish Potatoes, per bushel $1.40
Wichita's Rest Flour (White), per sack $3.00
Pink Salmon, per can 20c
Red Salmon, per can 30c
Goodwin's Brand Mince Meat, per pound 20c
Goodwin's Apple Rutter, quart 30c
Standard Tomatoes, large size 20c
Standard Peas, per can 15c
Standard Corn, per can 15c
Fancy English Walnuts, per pound 40c
Apples, per peck ^ 75c
Peaches, per gallon 50c
Apricots, per gallon 50c
Plums, per gallon 60c
Rlackberries, per gallon $1.00
Catsup, per gallon 75c
Cherries, per gallon $1.10
Nancy Hall Sweet Potatoes, per peck 50c
Our dry goods and notion departments abound with useful and practical gifts for all
and we are making the same low prices on them as we have been for the last ten days.
Let us show you what we can offer you before you make up your mind about that
PHONES 4and 14
R. C. BERRY
PIIONES 4 and 14
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