The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 252, Ed. 1 Monday, January 20, 1919 Page: 4 of 4
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[The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma_
,ocal and Personal
lioys' winter caps at the United
let with ear flaps for 49c.
Mrs Janet Lanpford is here
|m Perry -visiting- her parents.
I. and Mrs. John S. Allan. She
■ resigned as teacher in the Per-
I schools and will leave soon for
llinpton, N. J., where Mr Lanp-
|d holds a responsible position
[ chemist in the Dupont Powder
Ladies union suits at the United
Sales Co. for 75c.
| Mr. Bill Abbott is spending the
, week-end with his sister, Mrs. A.
D. Harold at Jones City.
Men's work shirts at the United
Sales Company for 75c.
If-you want spiral leppins made
to order, phone 593. Price Dye
! Works. 210 W. Main. 251-2*
Mrs. (Jeorpe McKinnee and little
[son Jack are reported very sick
(with the flu. Georpe himself had
an attack but has recovered.
Lieut. "Hap" Johnson is xpect-
[to arrive at New York today on j
■ return from Europe He and
command landed in France the
y the armistice was sipned and
not pet into the fray. Ed
|;kson, brother of Mrs. John W
Barbour, belonps to Mr. John- !
Ii's company, and returned with
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Jackson are
here from Oklahoma City spend-
ing the week-end with Mr and
Mrs John W. Barbour.
Mr. and Mrs Phillip Frick, for
• past seventeen years residents
Cleveland oounty and amonp
e best known people, have pur-
ised a 120-acre farm near Che-
la, Kansas, where they will
,ke their permanent home. Hil-
•t Frick will leave this week to
fn them -.They carry with them
very best wishes of many
Charlie Greismer to Kansas
|e Transcript learns that Mr. and
rs. Greismer have sold their
j pert y, corner of University
Jul. and West Symmes to Mrs. S.
Salter, and will leave soon to
kke their home at Council
love, Kans. Mr. Greismer's
lalth has not been pood for some
jne and the physicians have rec-
hmended a rest for a year The
[parture of this worthy couple
Rll be regretted by a large circle
friends. Mrs Salter is said to
Ive paid }2,500 for the property.
R. E Maloy is now at Paoli,
Okla.. where he is "making
good" as manager of the Carey,
Lombard, Young & Co., lumber
Boys suits for boys from 12 to
18 years of age, knickerbocker
trousers with belted coat effects,
these suits are worth $8.00. The
United Sales Co. Clearance Sale
price is only $3.95.
M. C. Moore is here from
Apache, Okla., taking training un-
der A. E. Thomas in the lumber
business, preparatory to being
placed in charge of one of the
Carey, Lombard, Young & Co's.
yards. Thomas has trained lots of
them, and Mr. Moore promises to
be as good as the best.
Phillip DeLong is home ftom
Oklahoma City, where he has been
at) the bedside of his bro<her,
Lieut Paul DeLong, who has been
having a serious time of it with
double pneumonia. For a time it
was thought he could not survive,
but is now on the road to recov-
ery. Lieut. DeLong was at Platts-
mouth, N. Y., and als0 at Camp
Hancock, being kept in this coun-
try as an instructor, for which he
was especially fitted. He was re-
leased from the service on Dec. 16.
Children's heavy ribbed hose, a
regular 35c seller, for boys and
girls that wear, up to a size 10
shoe. A special bargain for this
sale per pair, 19c. You will find
these at the United Sales Com-
pany Clearance Sale.
Hutchin & Burke, attorneys for
the plaintiff, filed M. Rolater's pe-
tition in district court on Saturday
asking a divorce from Mrs N. A.
Rolater, to whom he was married
away back in 1874 in Georgia. He
says the defendant deserted and
abandoned him, notwithstanding
he is in bad physical condition, and
refuses to come back. There were
nine children born to them, six
of whom are living and all grown.
Rolater is 09 years old and his
safe walking in a physical sense,
so in the light from Him who is
life as well as light shall we walk
in a spiritual sense. We are told
by Him who said that He was the
light of the world that "He that
keepeth my words shall not walk
in darkness;" also that "He that
followeth me shall have the light
of life." This should be enough
and when one considers the trans-
cendent importance of the conse-
quences of right walking, he would
seem to be ready to exclaim "Oh,
for a closer walk with God." This
can be had only >n proportion as
we walk in the "true light, that
lighteth every man that cometh
into the world." Again we wish
to emphasize the thought before
alluded to, that we must "trust in
the Lord with all thine heart," for
long before He who traveled the
little road from Jerusalem to
Bethany, who walked along the
hillsides of Judea and the shores
of the Galilean Sea, shed His
light in the world we are told by
the Prophet, "It is not in man that
walketh to direct his steps," and
by the Psalmist that "The steps
of the good man are ordered by the
Lord." So that, knowing whence
his strength, his light and his
wisdom cometh, man should be
ready to say in the words of the
My hope I can not measure,
My path in life is free;
My father has my treasure,
And He will walk with me.
Men's dress shirts at the
lited Sales Co. for $1.00
[ fome of Super-Silent Drama
Ginghams, ginghams, ginghams
Thousands of yards in nice bright |
new patterns. Our January Clear-
ance sale says the price of these
ginghams is but 25c per yard—
come tomorrow. The United Sales
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Smith are
here from Mustang, Okla., called
by the accident to Mrs. A. E. Mc-
Cullough, Mi-. Smith's sister. The
Transcript is pleased to learn Mrs.
McCullough's condition is satisfac-
tory and there is every indication
of her complete recovery.
Kayser for State
Hoard of Affairs
iOMETHING SPECIAL for
THOSE WHO LIKE
As "Cheyenne Harry" in
1'hey are as Bold as Brass and
Smooth as Glass.
| t's a Universal Special Attrac-
foreign and Domestic News
As It Really Happens.
|| Our Comedy Picture Today
CARTER DE HAVEN in
"Perils of the
Miss Vie Abbott delightfully
entertained some of her friends
with a slumber party Friday
night. A midnipht luncheon was
served to the following guests:
Misses Jessie Frost, Mabel Her-
rington. Marguerite Xewblock,
Bess McClellan, of Oklahoma City,
Elizabeth Miller of Watonga.
Tom Ferguson Dead: News
comes of the death at Fort Sill
on Friday of Lieut. Tom Ferguson,
son of ex-Gov. and Mrs. T. B.
Ferguson, of Watonga, and broth-
er of Editor Walter Ferguson of
Cherokee, Okla. He was in the
aviation department of the army,
but his death was caused by pneu-
monia. The young man formerly
attended the University and was
well known here. His parents and
relatives will have the earnest
sympathies of the whole state. His
age was 24.
j w. Kayser, wtyo ras just been
appointed by Governor Robertson
as the Republican members of the
State* Board of Affairs, was born
in Palo Pinto county, Texas, in
1881. He is a graduate of the
University of Kansas. He was a
reporter on the Kansas City Star
before coming to Oklahoma, where
at Chickasha he established the
Chickasha Star in 1907 "and still
runs it," as he says. During his
residence in that city he was post-
master four years. He farms as
a side line and raises thoroughbred
hogs and cattle.
Mr. Kayser was indorsed for the
position of the board of affairs by
the Republican members in both
the House and Senate, and is a
personal friend of long standing
of the governor.
The Clearance Sale
At The United Sales Company is
accompanied each day by great
They art buying those Men's
Overalls up to size 34, made of
250 weight Denim at the United
Sales Company for only $1.50.
The Sealy Mai tress
(Continued from page one)
'having eyes full of adultery, and
'hat can not cease from sin," arc
:n..b1e t0 look upon the beauties of
he upward path, "Having the un-
lerstanding darkened, being alein-
ted from the life of God through
he ivnorance that is in them, be-
cause of the blindness of their
lust as the light of the sun
•noon and stars is necessary to
8 - Full Reels — 8
Admission With War Tax
2 p. m.—10 p. m.
Special Return Engagement
M. W. A
Officers will be installed on
Every member is urged to be
Lodge opens at 8 o'clock sharp
ROYCE HOBBS, Clerk
For the tired body and care-worn mind,
sleep is a tonic for which there can be no substitute. At
the end of a day's labor to "lay me down to sleep'' upon a
Sealy Tuftless Mattresl is to
awaken on the morrow refresh-
ed, vigorous and full of energy
to combat the problems of a
In the building of the
Sealy Tuftless Mattress not
only choice materials and the
clever craft of the skilled work-
er are employed but the ideal
that it shall be a restful bed.
The soft downy cotton fits snug-
ly up against every curve of
vour body. To the tired muscles
it gives real relaxation and de-
lightful, refreshing sleep.
1 We (Jnarftntpo thrSeatyto
be mnde of Pure Lonn-Fibre Cot-
ton, without Linters or Mill-Waste.
2. We (InnratilPt* the Sealy for
Twenty Years against becoming
Lumpy or Bunchy.
3 We Guarantee that after
Sixty Nights Trial you will pro-
r,ounce the Sealy the most Com-
fortable Mattress you have ever
used, or your money back.
Should the Mattress fail in any
one of these conditions, when sub-
lected to • idinary use, on present-
i!,K 'his Contract, we will replace
the Mattress or refund the pur-
Sealy Mattress Co.
fcR & MEYER
THE HOME FURNISHERS
Cash if you have it—Credit if you want it
At the United Sales Company—a
whole table full of shoes for men,
women and children- Positively
every size guaranteed to be on
the table. Your unrestricted
choice for this January Clear-
ance Sale $2.50.
List your property with us for quick sale
or if wanting to buy a home we can please
W e have the best building and loan in
state, rates low, or can make you a private
loan to help you buy a home.
Fire, Tornado- Automobile, Liability,
Burglary, Bonds, anything you want.
WkM & Muldrow
127 E. Main. Phone 50.
Hauling of All Kinds
DONE PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. GIVE US
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HAULING TRUNKS
Office Phone 225 Residence Phone 505
•Make A Note of This
The Best Sheet Music
When a dealer sells Century Certified Music, you
can be sure he is serving your best interest.
Dealers make less money, but make MORE custom-
ers on "Century" than on any other sheet music;.
"Century" is sold for 10c a-copy. but you can get most
all of the world's greatest masterpieces—the same music
that is being sold at many times the price of "Century."
Mothers — Pupils — Teachers
Insist on "Century" Edition and get authentic Certified
Music at 10c. If your dealer won't supply you. we will.
Complete catalogue of 2000 masterpieces, free upon re-
CENTURY MUSIC PUBLISHING COMPANY
235 West 41st St., New York City.
Norman Music Co.
Here's Kitchen Help
And Plenty of It
Half the Work in Half the Time
EVERY woman owes a part of each day to the service
of the nation, and the easiest way to get that extra
time is by getting the Hoosicr Cabinet and doing
kitchen work in half the time.
1 he Hoosier is more than merely storage space—it
is a labor-saving machine scientifically planned to save
you miles of steps and hours of drudgery.
Its Partitionless Work-Space is the roomiest made
Don't forget that, because there is where falls 90 pet
cent of your work.
Before We Run Short
come in and see the new Hoosier "Reauty." Our allot
rnent is limited and freight congestion may keep you
from getting any more soon. By ordering now you catt
have your cabinet delivered for a small part payment—
balance as convenient.
/. M. Jackson
THE HOME OF THE HOOSIER
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