The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 274, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 15, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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.The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
Local and Personal
to Orlin Sellers, son of Mr. and
^Mrs. Homer Sellers, recently re-
turned from the army, has taken
his old position as clerk in the Ok-
lahoma City post office
Just a Suggestion: If you owe
any little accounts, remember Pay
Up Time, from March 1st to 15th
and square them up. Keep your
McAlester has voted $25,000 in
bonds for a new high school build-
ing The former 0"«' was destroy-
ed by fire and $100,000 insurance
collected, making in all $350,000
available for the new building.
Pauls Valley is to build a fine
new high school building. It will
be centrally located and promises
to be one of the best in the state.
A new court house is just about
completed at Pauls Valley, costing
well up into hundreds of thousands
of dollars. Evidently our sister
city on the south believes in doing
A dirty bunch of shirts and col-
lars receive proper attention in
our plant—for real high class
work, phone 71—Norman Steam
F. W. Holtzschue reports con-
siderable inquiry concerning the
Lay Porta saw rigs, of which a
demonstration was given in this
city recently. It appealed to all
who witnessed the demonstration
as being a machine of great util-
ity and a number of them have
been sold. Among others, W. A.
Sharp of Noble and Messrs. Dunn
and Bolding of Lexington have
purchased, and say they have more
wood sawed up now than they've
had for twelve years. The saw
rig is one that can be attached to
Mr. J. W. Swailes is here from
Newalla visiting his daughter,
Mrs. W. J. Hess a few days.
Our "flat work" service will
please you. Let us call for your
laundry next week. Phone 71.
Norman Steam Laundry.
S W. Spires was in from his
home near Franklin today getting
treatment for his arm. He was
h.rown from a wagon near his
home on Tuesday, suffering a com-
pound fracture of his left arm.
He suffered severely from the
painful wound, but it is now bet-
ter, although it will be some time
before he regains use of it.
The Pauls Valley Eenterorise
notes that Mrs. Butcher, wife of
Supt. of Schools Butcher of that
city, who has been in the hospital
several weeks from an attack of
potomaine poisoning and who un-
derwent a severe operation, is im-
proving and will soon be taken
home The Norman friends of the
lady will be pleased to hear it.
Wet Wash, Flat Finish—we will
laundry for you any way you
want it done—Call telephone 743.
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Miss Helen Murray is spending
a few days with Mrs. Floyd Mat-
tubby in Oklahoma City.
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Mrs. M. V. Bilby is spending the
week with her husband in Holden-
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Raymond Higgins, James McCor-
mick and Neal Maurer were here
from the state university at Nor-
man, Sunday, visiting with their
parents.—El Reno American.
Mr and Mrs. J. L. Lindsay en-
tertained on Friday evening with a
7 o'clock dinner, their giMwta being
Prof, and Mrs Padgett, Prof, and
Mrs. T. F. Pierce and Mr. and Mrs.
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The War Mothers of America
will hold a special meeting at the
Christian church on Monday eve-
ning, February 17th at 7:30. Busi-
ness of importance and every war
mother is urged to be present.
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Mrs. Arthur Gray and child are
here from Oilton. Okla., visiting
her parents. Mr and Mrs. M. r.
Fischer. Miss Pauline rischer,
who is connected with the Okla-
homa City high school, is also
spending the week-end with her
Let us do your dry cleaning. We
sruarantee satisfaction. Telephone
743. Ideal Laundry.
Funeral of Mrs. Vaughn: The
funeral of Mrs. Melinda Vaughn,
who died at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. L. F. Hull, on Fri-
day, will be held from the Hull
home, 214 West Symmes, at 3
o'clock p m. on Sunday, the ser-
vices being conducted by Rev.
Theo. H. Aszman, with interment
in I. O. O. F. cemetery. She was
the wife of R. J. Vaughn, and she
and Mr. Vaughn came from Ne-
braska some three months ago and
have been making their home with
Mrs. Hull. A daughter, Mrs. Cora
Barnes, lives at Mesita, Colo , but
is unable to attend the funeral.
L. C GILES PHONE 58 W. C. WEIR
OFFICE—Flret National Bank Bid.
Giles-Weir Investment Co.
FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY.
Call and see us, we have some good properties listed
worth the moeny. See us if you desire a loan on farm
property. If you have property for sale list it with us.
Miss Delse Norman of Purcell is]
spending the weekend with Miss
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Cut flowers and valentine sug-
gestions were carried out in the
decorations at the home of M'ss
Margaret Hendon, where she cie-
i: entertained some of her
friends with a card party Thurs-
day evening. "Hearts were played
throughout the evening. A boun-
tiful luncheon was served
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The State Board of War Mothers
met Thursday at the Chamber of
Commerce in Oklahoma City. Sev-
eral subjects of interest were dis-
cussed and passed on, one being
the woman's building at the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma, and a mem-
orial hall for the soldier boys.
Mrs. John Threadgill of Oklahoma
City was appointed chairman of
the Advisory Board.
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| The boys and girls of the His-
! tory class of the high school to the
number of thirty-six or more went
to Oklahoma City on Friday and
attended the Legislature, and also
i took in the Supreme Court, which
was in session. They secured
I many pointers which will enable
i them to fill those positions with
i credit and honor when they are
I called upon to do so.
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| The Freshmen class of Norman
High school had a party at the
home of Mrs. Fitzpatrick, their
class parent, Friday evening. Dur-
ing the evening many amusing
1 games were played, one being a
fieldmeet between Oklahoma Uni-
, versity, Northwestern State Nor-
Home of the Super-Silent Drama
Programme for the Week Feb ruary 17th, 1919
Universal Special Attractions Presents
MARY MACLAREN IN
The Story of a Hungry Soul
Also: "Let's Fight"•Comedy. The only battle scenes in this
picture take place between husband and wife.
And "HEARST NEWS,"
The World Before Your Eyes in Motion Pictures
Metro Pictures Corporaion Presents
VIOLA DANA IN
"FLOWER OF THE DUSK"
From the novel by Myrtle Reed. Viola Dana is known as one
of the mo*t popular and dainty stars now m picturedom and
she is seen at her best in this interesting play.
Also: .Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran in their latest "Nestor
Comedy, "SWAT THE FLIRT .
A Few of the Many Good
Where To Go When in Oklahoma City
For Rest and Recreation—in the Center of the
LATEST AND BEST PICTURES
You All Know the Place
Special Reserved Seate
For Ladies and Their Escorts
No Advance in Prices
Thos. H. Ince presents
"THE MARRIAGE RING"
i versity, A wonderful director, a charming star, a Paramount play
mal, and Yale; with Yale college, (guarantee it—you'll like it. _ „
of which Miss Ruth Ince was the Also: 2 reel Lko Comedy, "HOP, THE BELL HOP.
president, receiveing the "tin" lov- *
i Jewel Presents
MILDRED HARRIS (Mrs. Charlie Chaplin) IN
"FOR HUSBANDS ONLY"
Don't Miss this one, the best bet of the week.
Also - Harold Lloyd Comedy "FOLLOW THE CROWD
AND PATHE NEWS
50c fine bleach middy
S Short lengths in eam-
| brics and fine muslins,
"i SI.50 flannelette shirts
sizes 14 1-2 to 17, $1.20.
Men's best union suits
regular sizes $1.20.
Ginghams*. 21c yd.
Broken lota from the
j early spring selling,
i many pattern* and col-
] ors, very special at 21c
perfect bleach, soft fin-
ish, extra weight, 10
Size 81 x 90 inches,
sheets, ppecial Clear-
ance Sale, $1.45.
Extra heavy ribbed
hose for boys' rough
wear, sizes 6 to 10, pair
Boy Army shoes sizes
3 1-2 to 5 1-2. Today's
value, $8.00 special,
$14.95 is a special that
we are making on ladies
capes, Dolman effect,
and ladies silk dresses.
A 2>on of That Good
BRIAR CREEK COAL
Millin?TS Grain Company
ing cups. Dainty
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The "As You Like tt "Club met |
Friday with Mrs. W. M. Newell as
hostess. The entire house was
beautifully decorated with valen-
tine suggestions. Roll call was
answered with quotations from
Shakespere and Miss J. B. Cheadle
made a short talk on the life of
Shakespere Mrs. Lee, wife of
Prof. Lee, of the University was
taken into the club by a unan
mous vote. Music by Mrs. De
Mand and Mrs. Alden was much
enjoyed. The remainder of the
afternoon was spent informally
with nee<He work. After which a
delightful luncheon was served.
Snecial guests were: Mrs. Ben
Williams, Mrs. Artie Alden, Mrs.
II W Hutto and daughter, Louue
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' Many incidents of childhood
days were recalled and a •i°,''y
good time was had at the "kid
party at the home of Miss Xyla
Pendleton, 116 E. Daws, Friday
evening. The girls were all dress-
ed in their very best sashes and
bow3 with curls galore. The
prize was awarded to Miss Roxey
Fitch for being the prettiest lit
tie girl, and to Miss Vie Abbott
jfor being the most handsome boy
I "Stiff-starch" "and other similar
games were played throughout the
| evening. Ice cream hearts and
1 cake wes served to Misses Roxey
Fitch, Retha Dellinger, Marguer-
ite N'ewblock, He'en Vincent, Lena
Adkins, Mabel Herrington, Mar-
garet McClure, Oweda Baily, Vie
Abbott, Birdeen Vancamp, Isabelle
Duffy, Iona Pledger, Jessie irost,
Charline Armstrong, Agatha
Burke, and Delce Norman of Pur-
Artcraft Pictures present
MARY PICKFORD IN
We need only to mention Miss Pickford's name in connection
with the program of this date for you to know that it is par-
excellence. Actress come and go, but Mary Pickford stands
head and shoulders above them all- t*c ..
Also "Big V" Comedy, "BUMS AND BOARDERS.
Charming CARMEL MYERS IN
"THE LITTLE WHITE SAVAGE"
All Bluebirds are good, but Carmel Myers Bluebirds are great
You remember her in "Who Will Marry MePAUNighl, The
Dream Ladv," and many other good ones? W era t they P£eat_
ThisTs equally as good as any of the others. It w.ll be shown
here for the first time in the state.
Also- Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle in a dandy two reel comedy
Admission—Adults 15c, Children 5c including War Tax
Matinee Daily 2 p. m. Continuous 11 p-m.
1 Our Specialty
You will never know how well we can please you
in making your clothes until you give us your order.
Our display of the
offers a wide selection, and we give our patrons the
best that skilled tailors can produce.
For Dry-Cleaning and Steam Pressing we have the
latest improved sanitary
We clean and press all kinds of HATS.
OSTERHAUS & CO.
The Up-to-taU TAILORS, CLEANERS «d Preaselr.
14 1-2 East Main Street—Over Seawnght s Cafe
Certified Minnesota Grown Red
River Triumph—Our Price is
For 2 1/2 bushel Sack
This Price is out of car. Let us have your order
now. We are booking orders on arrival of car.
The car will be here the latter part of this week or
the first of next.
Onion Sets lie per pound or 44cc per
Gallon. Red or Yellow
The Cash Store
111 Pay My
So You Can
jfflU ffp—I linn —I'll 1II IlifgiWi
"PAY UP TIME" MARCH 1st to 15th.
Square yourself with the merchant, the
banker, the doctor, or whoever he may be, to whom you
The accommodation was extended you in
pood faith. You must now square yourself. Here s
Jour chance to do it. Do it now, or at any "teatPay-
Up Time, from March 1st to 15th. Your creditor will
look at you with a smile. He has no hard
cause you haven't paid before. But he should get hia
money. You've used it long enough.
If you can't pay all you owe, pay as much
as possible and tell 'em when you'll pay the bal-
lance. That's the only way to do business, i hen you
can say, "I'm Even" "I've done the right thing.
You Pay Me!
I'll Pay Him!
He'll Pay You!
Go to Church Pav Ut> Sundav
With Co-Operation of
Chamber of Commerce
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 274, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 15, 1919, newspaper, February 15, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc113972/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.