The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 274, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 15, 1919 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
I e Daily Transcript
[«hed every afternoon except Sunday
Tran*crif>t-F.nterpn e Publishing Co.
J H za second-class nutter January
J • at the post-office at ?«'orman, Okla-
i under act of congrcss of March J,
LY SUBSCRIPTION RATF.S.
^lil, one year .. $:V.r>0
ti], six months 2.00
rrier, one week -. - - .10
215 East Main Street. Telephone 3.
'ide subject to the action of
mocratie voters at the pri-
March 18. 1919:
ty Clerk -
) CLAY. Jr.
t the Churches
. E. CHURCH. SOUTH
-awford and Tonahwa)
ay school at 10 a. m.
njr by Pastor at 11. Sub-
.pplied Christianity." The
larterly conference will be
nday afternoon at 4 o'clock
h Leagrue at 6:80. Evening
at 7:30. when Dr. Butler
>aeh. Missionary societ •
:hurch on Tuesday at 3 p.
■ University Bible class
n Sunday at 10 a. m. at the
iave a cordial invitation to
Z. S. WALKER, Pastor.
Attention, Red Cross Workers:
D0 not blame the committee if
you do not receive a badge of
honor from the National Chap-
The committee can only recom-
mend those who report their
Report your time to the com-
mittee, your name and the
amount of work you did must be
handed to the committee at once
and must be in hands of the com-
mitee before the 19th of Febru-
of Moomau Store
I.to McMackin has sold the
stock of clothing .mil men's furn-
ishing Roods which he recently
purchased iroin J. M. Moomau,
known as the Moomau Clothing
company to Cliff Turner, an ex-
perienced merchant of Davis,
Okla., who is now in charge. It
is an excellent stock of clothing
furnishings, hats and caps and
boots and shoes, and the store has
enjoyed a fine patronage. Mr.
Turner intends adding to the stock
very materially and keeping the
establishment up to its former high
standard. He is a apleasant gentle-
man and will undoubtedly prove an
asset to the business life of our city.
Mrs. J. J. Burke was the guest
of Oklahoma City friends on Fri-
In the Transcript's write-up of
the birthday celebration of C. G.
Bible yesterday, the types added
ten years to Mr. lijble's age. It
should have been nis 53rd birth-
day instead of his 63rd. We beg
his pardon, and will expect a bid
to his 63rd birthday dinner.
C orp. John T. Eiscliicd, son of
Mr and Mrs. Theo. Kischied, got
home on Friday from Camp Travis,
where lit- bad been discharged from
the service with the best of rec-
Melvin Fox renturned on Friday
from oversets, triad to get back-
to the Good Old U. S," as he ex-
Dressed it. He returned, however,
to a home bereft of the mother
whom he had left in good health—
Mrs. T. J. Fox. who died some
weeks ago from pneumonia.
FOR SALE: Baled cane and wild
hay. J H Zink, Phone R-161.
275-3d. 2 w.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred bar-
red Rock eggs ?1.00 for sixteen.
One hundred for $0.00 ^ Mrs.
Charles Standley, Phone 107, 603
West Comanche. 27.r>-3t
WANTED—Housekeeper. Call at
Santa Fo section house. A. F.
Cantrell, Section Foreman. 275-3*
| LOST: Milk basket on west side
I of town, finder leave at Trans-
! cript Office and receive fifty cents
! reward. 274-ltd.
WANTED to trade horses or a
Ford automobile for a truck. If
you have a truck you want to dis-
pose of see Hollingsworth & Blake-
FOR RENT: A six-room new
bungalow, oak finish, near Uni-
versity. See C. W Vaughn, at
Minnetonka Lumber Yard. 268 tf.
LOST—Small blue hat return to
729 Asp or phone 363 for re-
ward. 274-2t d.
F'OR SALE: Dark brilliant sin-
gle comb Rhode Island Reds.
Airhurt strain, pen eggs, $2.00 set-
ting fifteen, $3.50 for thirty, range
flocks $5.00 per hundred. MRS. S.
E. BOYD, phone W. 2.
273-3d 1 w*.
FOR SALE: Span of well broken | FOR SALE: Buff Orphington
mules. E. C. Patterson, Route! eggs for setting $1.00 for 15.
3, Moore, 6 1-2 East of Moore. | eggs, Phone 486 or call at 316 N.
270-1 mo. d. and w. I Crawford. 273-2t.
FOR SALE: One team of heavy
work horses. Will sell at a bat-
gain. Norman Milling Grain Co
Phone 33. 274-tf.
FOR SALE: Presto lighting sys-
tem for car or truck. Phone 172
and call for George. 272-3*.
FOR RENT: 3 rooms, light house-
keeping, close in, 302 E. Gray.
Emery Wilson visited in King-
fisher on Thursday.
The Eastern Star met at the
rooms of the Red Cross on Friday
and did some good work on refu-
■es at 11 o'clock Simla-
■ and at 7 in the evening.
have one of our best
•8 with us; also Prof. Lon-
grcat singer. Come early
TOMMIE HAYS, Pastor
ng prayer arid sermon at
iject: "The Call to Higher
i." During the offeratory
irtha Bennett will sing
ith Not Seen," from Gaul's
*ity." Evening prayer at
cordial invitation is ex
o all to attend the service?
RST M. E. CHURCH
Fe Ave. and Eufaula St.)
y school at 9:45, a. m. Mr
ick, superintendent, and
g 11, a. m., subject: "The
Kingdom." Mr. Neal will
olo and there will also be
•m by the choir. Ep\^>rth
3:45, p. m., leader. Miss
jrg. Preaching 7:45 p. m.
"Parlying." There will
ithem by the choir and
Mr. Stacy and Prof. Snell
estra will also assist with
ic. Everybody is cordial
d to these services.
^lark E. Snell, Musical Di
ERT D. POOL, Pastor.
W. J. Harris, one of the sub-
stantial farmers of the Noble j
neighborhood, was here today on I
a shopping and settling up trip.
W. N. Rucker visited his Guth-
rie store on Friday and found it in
good shape and the promise of a
good 1V19 business very excellent.
Everett Carpenter is here from
Bartlesville, Okla., visiting his sis-
ter, Mrs. J. O. Fox. Mr. Carpen-
ter is now the head geolog st of the
Quapaw Oil and Gas company of
Scald 1-2 cup milk, add 1-2 cup
hot coffee. When cool add 1 eom-
oressed yeast cake, dissolved in 2
tablespoons water, 2 tablespoons
sugar, same of shortening, 1-2 tab-
lespoon salt, 1-2 cup mixed nuts,
and raisins, 3 cups flour. Mix
and let rise Pull into a sheet
three-quarters of an inch thick.
Let rise an hour. Brush with melt-
ed butter, sprinkle with sugar and
I cinnamon, and lastly pour 2 table-
| spoons cream over shet and bake
1 fifteen minuets
FOR SALE: A car load of No. 1
. alfalfa hay at my barn, 330 West
Gray, N. W. corner First Christ-
ian church block. 270-6"
EGGS FOR SAI E: Brown Leg-
horn eggs, $2.06' for setting of 15
TO TRADE: A 1918 Maxwell
car to trade for residence lots in
Norman. What have you?
Holtzsehue Motor Car Co., Nor-
man, Okla. 274-tf.
or $12 per 100, Address E. C. Pat-
terson, Route 3, Moore, or call 6
1-2 miles east. 270-1 mo. d & w.
ONLY TWO HORSES LEFT, if
you want one better hurry and
see Hollingsworth & Blakely
WANTED—A machine, good sec-
ond hand, reasonable price by
the Eastside Junior High School
girls. See Mrs. Ruby Clifton or
call 277. 274-3t.
POSITION WANTED: Married
man just returned from navy
will accept position as salesman;
surveying in oil fields preferred.
Open to interview leading! to any
paying position. Phone 437
Everybody goes to the Libetry.
j FOR SALE—A Thor Electric
] Washing Machine. Call at 422
I East Tonahwa street. 273-3*
.-Married: At the court ho.ue on
Saturday morning, with Judge J.
W. Linton officiating, the marriage
of G. C. Hill, 21, and Miss Mary E.
Land, 19, both of Oklahoma City,
was solemnized. The judge says
they were a fine looking couple,
and he tied the knot good and
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Remember that the Price Dye Works are
now fully equipped to do First-Class
Cleaning and Pressing as well as Dyeing.
Wt will call for and deliver your clothes.
PRICE DYE WORKS
210 WEST MAIN
Onion Sets and Garden Seeds
123 East Main
Oklahoma Weather reminds one
of that little girl, who "when she
was good, she was very good, and
when she was bad she was hor-
rid." After our experience with
Thursday and Friday, today is
URCH OK CHRIST
chool at 10:00; preaching
). Subject: "Encourage-
ommunion at 11:50. Song
eginning <•'. 6:30; preach
ew Hope school house a
lNK L. COX, Minister.
Let us do your dry cleaning. We
ruarantee satisfaction. Telenhone
743. Ideal Laundry.
• Main and Webster ave-
school at 10 a. m. Good
provided for all classes |
i interesting. You are |
Preaching and commun |
*s 11. The subject for
ng will be- 'A Surrend
Endeavor soc et>
at 6:30, special music
ovided for the services
ig services w M be <s
service of Thanksgiving
turned soldiers. Severa1
vill give short talks
help to make the service
ion service of which the
A. Wickizer, Pastor.
The World Moves On
Printers thought the typesetting machine was not
The horse breeders said the automobile would liever be in
The wire manufacturer said "Wireless" was a dream
The Same idea was held about
the talking machines, but the
Has dispelled all doubts.
It is the best talking machine
on the market.
Hear the Playerphone first—
then decide for yourself.
All Models and Prices
Cash, Bonds or Terms.
Main and Webster)
school begins promptly
dorning service at 11
>ie "Balaam." A splen-
by the choir is on the
The Christian Endeav
meets at 6.3*. Eve
■e at 7:30. To-ic: "It
of Life to Live, nor AM
to Die." Musical pro
des a rumber by th
i. Mrs DeMand is ti"
cordial invitation t
all who have no re -
E H. ASZMAN Pasto
'TI * N SCTF' CF
mrch of Christ, Seien-
ar services at the
ice on We- i
jck. Subject, "Soul."
from Kings: "Will
Dwell on the Earth
cannot contain thee."
8 o'clock. All arc
iv ted t0 h s
day school at 1
reading room at
s open from 2:30 tc
try ,.edne.-<lay ai'.er
to attend the Boys'
his week—a fine bnse
ith each suit. At
Don't Lay Yourself Liable to
Catch the "Flu
Take care of yourself. Take particular care of yourself while the flu epidemic «
is still in the country—be careful of exposing yourself until the warm summer
weather comes. This is the advice of your doctor.
Stop washing at home. It's the hardest work you do, and lays an entirely
unnecessary tax on your strength. Save your energy for other things.
Our big machines do the heavy part of the laundry work. In your home you
do this work by hand.
Welcome the Norman Steam Laundry wagon and its driver. They come to
relieve you of a lot of hard work. When they come back, they bring the
clean, neatly-ironed clothes. Week- afer week they will lift the burden of
wash day from your shoulders.
The Kites for family washing are quite reasonable. Phone and ask that our
wagon stop at your home.
Norman Steam Laundry
121 East Gray.
Phone No. 71
We have just received a large ship-
ment of Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets and
Garden Seeds and arc prepared to sup-
ply you. We want you to get our
prices for they are very attractive.
We also have a car load of eating po-
tatoes at only $1.35 per bushel by the
sack. They are certainly fine.
Also a full line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats,
also Chicken Feed.
u. s. TUBBS
Phones 224 and 31.
Real Estate in Cleve-
land County, Oklahoma
never will be cheaper
in it is now.
The opportunities for
^u to own a farm will
^ver be better than
they are now.
From day to day,
month to month, and
year to year, Cleveland
County Real Estate will
advance in price.
The time for you to
act is NOW.
See me, I can be of
material assistance to
vou in buying your
Real estate is the best
investment you can
make the safest place
for your money.
It is the desire of the
government that you
own your own home.
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