The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 1919 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
The Daily Transcript
J 0. FOX, Editor
, ,. . A Brooklyn woman, the other WANTED—Two rooms, furnished
6r the'Tr ns"i>Vm«T>ri£ PuwSshin^&j* ^'ly in,il *>etroit hotel, took the for light housekeeping. Phone
lives of two of her children and 3. 14-3t* I
J. 0. FOX
J. J. BURKE
p -j f sought t0 kill herself. I rued from ..
s tile bonds of her first marriii'o. I Ml
, the bonds of her first marriage,! STRAYED—A hog, Poland China
oecrelary-Treas. : jt was said she had looked for- weigh about 30 pounds. Return
R. H. PARHA.M - Business Mgr. j ward to marrying again, but the to 121 Cottrell AvenUv' 1-Vlt
man of her choice was reported to | —
**° u. « K«^ficr.«T"Zj"o"l hHV?u deSerted her and married FOR SAI^-3 room house screen-
- - another woman. The shock crazed
Kvperienpe is not always a good
Incompatibility of temper is
the chief cause of unhappy mar-
ried life according to divorce rec-
ords. Violation of the marriage
vows and neglect follow a close
second. Other reasons which have
appeared in cases of record, in-
Disputes arising over the rais-
in;,' of children.
Inability to furnish NN NN
Inability to satisfy craving for!
Office, 215 E&sl Main Street. Telephone i.
DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By mail, one year $.'i.50
By mail, six months 2.00
By carrier, one week .10
Eugene V. Debs
ed in porch, 4 lots, 100x140 feet,
near high school All for $800 if j
taken at once. Inquire at Broken !
Dollar Store. 14-3* j
WANT TO RENT—A 4-room
hoji.se or apartment, furnished
or unfurnished. Phone 34!",. 14-2*
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Four
horse gasoline engine, practi-
cally new; also a Ford S-passen-
p«-r car. 203 East Keith. 14-4t*
MnumUville, W Va., April 15.—
Eugene V. Debs, leader of the luxuries
Socialist party in the United Suspicion
States and three times a candi- A Supreme Court Justice in
< ,.te for the president of the na- New York recently started a ga-
llon for hu< party, is now a e'erk la*y_0f well-known lawyers ap-
in the hospital in the West Vir- peaiing in a divorce case of a
K r.ia penitentiary at ths place, millionaire, by halting the hearing
After spending his first night be- delivering a trade against has
hind the prison bars, for violation ty marriages. lie said:
f the espionage act, Debs arose "If young people who contem-
and had breakfast with the other I'lHte matrimony could but be en-
prisoners in the institution, ..iter dowed with power to look into the
which, until 11 o'clock, he was ire; future and contemplate the step
within the prison until 12 o'clock, f'le.y 'l("e "bout to take—whethf
when he was called before Warden " >s the' right thing to do what
J. Z. Terrell, who said: a great deal of misery and unhap
"Debs, you are too old a man piness could be avoided."
do very much hard work, there- ,Jh's 's exactly what happens in
fore I shall give you A-ork .hat "VVhy 1 Would Not Marry," the
best befits you. For vu present William Fox morality photoplay'
you will be assigned to the prison which will be shown at the Liber-1
hospital, where Dr. Wilson will ty Theatre Friday and Saturday. I
tell you what your duties are. You -
will have A ro-:>! i you u>- i ... _ _ , .
„jfht." *^rs- "• c- Robinson and daugh-
lu reply, Debs said: "Than!. ' Mrs. Kiracoffe, visited Mrs.
"OR RENT Five room house.
Call 214 West Apache. 14-3*
FOR SALE — Chicken faed
broom corn seed, 50c per sack.
Iv Hackstine, ltr. Soutii Pone.'t
Street, Norman, Okla. 12 3*
FOR SALE—All kinds of vegeta-
ble plants. Second rooting, Nan-
cy Hall sweet potato slips. Phone
V57, across the street from West
.'iide School. 13-6t
FOR SALE—Mule team, six and
eight years old, wagon and har-
ness, all for $300. Also a mare at
a bargain. GEO. 0. HOWE, No.
401 Chautauqua or phone 34G.
TO TRADE—No. SO Overland
automobile for residence house,
will pay cash difference. McDan-
iel and Matthews. 13-3t
FOR SALE—Fresh coming four
year old Jersey cow. J. II. Zink,
phone R-151. 13-tf
The White Mountain
See Cream Factory
Is now ready for operation
All new and up-to-date machinery.
Opposite th: Ice Plant
you," and he was the given seven Harden Thursday afternoon
telegrams from friends who ex- j "
pressed sympathy for him in his ,.
imprisonment. After reading the 1 ' lm Mattox and
telegrams Warden Terrell said: Mr. and Mrs. Kiracoffe called on ~ T~,
Debs, all we are going to expect Mr. and Mrs. Marti Sunday after I SALE—Cane seed at $500
ot' you is that you comply with uoon I per hundred. J. It. Zink. Phone
prison regulations. We have no I Jt-151 13-tf
hard and fast rules and tha only — ■■■ . __________
promise I ask of you is that you
preach none of your political doc-
trines among the prisoners."
"You have my promise," replied
Debs, "and if 1 transgress it will
be' unknowingly, and if I do so.
only ask you to remind ine of what
I have done and I will change my
"This is the best prison in the
country," said the warden, "and
you will be a full fledged inmate
hs soon as we get your suit ready.
And in reply Deb;, remarked: "it
seems like a very nice place. I
fuive been impressed with its con-
dition during my short ti".ie here
and believe that I will like it. It
seenu like a first class hotel,"
As Debs retired from the war-
den's room he remarked; "I sha I
scrupulously keep my promise to
you, Mr. Warden.
Warden Terrell has contemplated
assigning Debs to th? prison li-
brary, but changed his ;ihr« bc-
eau.-e nc tl.ou^.i. toy 11.uCi. vui.u.
ify would be shown by visiters.
Mr and Mrs. Taylor and Mrs.
Adair visited Mr. Taylor's dauirh-
t- Mr Clarence Spires Sunday.
Mr. Babe O'Keefe ar.d Mr. Joe
B 'es took dinner with Lewis Gill
the best, but better than the best'
Factory Phones, 5~3 or 211
iPlili ll I I
by R 1 Ki-vnulJ*
Topp^ red bags, tidy red tins,
Aana^omm pound and half-
pound tin humidors—and—
that ciassy, practical pound
crystal glass humidor with
mporig* r,ioiatener top that
hkren• thu tobacco in ouch
PUT it flush up to Prince Albert to produce more smoke
happiness than you ever before collected! P. A.'s built to
fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands! It has the
jimdandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran
Just what a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want
to find out the douoie-quiCivesi thing you do next. And, put
it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without
tongue bite or parching. Our exclusive patented process
cuts out bite and parch, ,
Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy'us jimmy
pipe or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to
beat the cards! Without a comeback! Why, P. A. is so
good you feel like you'd just have to eat that fragrant smoke 1
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. G
CLOSING OUT SALE
' >n count of other business interests 1 have got to close out this stock of goods
in the next 30 days, so beginning Friday, April 18, every item in our store goes on sale
at less than manutacturers cost. This is one sale you can not afford--to miss for we
die absolutely going to close out this stock regardless of cost, so come early and get
our best bargains-
assortment of feathers and
tlowers for trimming I0c
Men's 35c hose, 3 pair for 50c
Men's 15c hose, per pair 10c ! T - -«-• - tt _ ai.
Men's 25c heavy grey mixture 15c 1 --"—lies -lOUSe Slippers
Ladies' 3.*c hose, 3 pair for 50c I SI.25
Ladies 20c hose, 2 pair for Z'5c
Ladies' silk hose, pair 50e
Ch;!<lren 25c sox pair 19c
Childrens, 11 1-2 to 2 50c
Hoys' 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 65c
Hats and Caps
Men's 50c straw hats, now 35c
Men's 50c I' Black hats now 25c
Ladies' and Misses' straws, 50 to
75c grade, now 35c
C hildren's 25c wash hats now 19c
1 lot children's 35c hats and caps 19c
1 lot men's 50c and 75c caps, now35c
l.adies and children > bucknm
hat shapes isc
Men's and Boys' Work
Aien> blue work shirts 75c
I lot tnen s trousers, pair $1.25
I'oys 50c blouse waist 39c
i" . SI.CO blouse waist 69c
Men's Si.50 Halbriggaii union
suits ^ 2 (JO
Men a Si.00 .Athletic union suits65c
;v,'l'n,s^5c Athletic unionsuits _.50c
ilov s 75^Athletic union suits __50c
Ladies 7?c knit unionsuits 50c
Ladies ,-0c knit unionsuits 35c
Ladies 35c knit vests _• 23c
Ladies' 20c knit vests 12 l-2c
Ladies 15c knit vests lOc
Children's 20c knit vests 12 l-2c
Children's 15c knit vests 10c
j Children's 35c taped waists 19c
j Ladies' and Children's
MIDDIES AND WAISTS
Ladies' $3.50 gingham dresses $2.50
Ladies' $3.00 gingham dresses $2.00
Children's $1.50 gingham
( hildren's $100 gingham
dresses 4__ 75c
(. hildren's 50c gingham dresses 39c
Ladies $1.50 middies $1.00
I lot ladies' waists 75c
Laces, Threads, Braids, etc
2000 yards laces, per yd. 5c
( 'rochet thread 10c
Sewing thread 5c
Ivick Rick braid 5c
Needles, 3-9, per pkg. 10c
I'ins and Safety Pins 5c
Darning Cotton, all colors, 3 for 10c
J looks and eyes, 2 cards for 5c
Dress clasps, 15 on card 5c
Plain white cups and saucers, set of six
Large dinner plates to match, set of six
Smaller dinner plates, to match, set of six ...
-..90c Pie or lunch plate, set of six _ 60c
....85c Bowls and platters of all size and shape to match at
75c about one half price.
\\c have jus received a large shipment of decorated china of an excellent «uil-
ln'th s rlJr0 !• decorations which will go at just .about half their actual worth
In th s decoration we can sell you as little as you want or we can fix you up a complete
V. as Iaii;c as >011 like, cream and sugars, covered tureens, soup plates oatmeal run
saucers and plates and bowls of all kinds to match. ' 1
1 i^ assortment oi 50c water pitchers now 35c. W ealso have about 1 ,in,«n n:
< 1 cut glass that sold for $1.50 to $2.00, your choice while they last for 85c Also some
very pretty hand painted china at just about half price, all kinds of water, ice tea and
fountain glasses at a big reduction.
Tinware. Graniteware, Galvanized Ware and Alumnium Ware
Large size galvanized tubs _ $1.50 j 4 quart tin coffee not r I ai.
Small size galvanized tub« ®i « I 2 X I Alumn.um dipper
.$1.25 I 4 quart enamel coffee pot 50c i
? : ' vi ' >- ^uiicc pui
Copper bottom wash boilers ..$1.50 J $2.50 alumnium coffee percola-
^allon churns. 75c
14 quart dairy pail
j tor $1.50
. 50c J Large size enamel wash basin—25c
10 quart galvanized pails 35c j Large size enamel dippers 15c
All kinds of kitchtn utensils and
cooking ressels at greatly reduced
Stationery, School Supplies and Notions
1 lot stationery 50c 75c and $1.00
grade, choice 35c
Hot stationery, 35c grade, choice 19c
1 lot tablets, 2 for 5c
< lood pencil tablets 4c
Spelling pads 4c
Ddawing pads 4c
5c pencils, 3 for lOc
2 for 5c pencils, 6 for 10c
Carter's Writing Ink 7c
10c box wire hair pins 5c
15c Celluloid hair pins 10c
1 lot J oilet Soaps, 5c bar
Palm Olive, Scotch Tone, Kirk's
(Hive, Kirk's Bath Soap 3 for 25c
15c black head dress pins
Best quality sewing needles
Dress clasps, 15 on card
Hooks and eyes, 2 cards for
Pearl buttons, 12 on card
1 lot 25c mirrors
1 lot 50c mirrors
75c Ivory mirror
Ladies' 75c and $1.00 purses —,50c
Wide laffeta Ribbon, per yard 15c
-'5c celluloid baby rattle 15c
Hair nets, all coIors,*2 for__IIi 15c
Envelopes, 25 in pkg
1 lot 35c Boy Scout books 25c
Post cards, per dozen lOc
Children's supporters ~ioc
15c nail brush _igc
15c tooth brush ioc
25c hair brush ~]5C
15c scrub brush iqc
Soaps and Toilet Articles
Good grades talcum powder 10c j 50c face cream
Good face powder ioc 35c face cream ~
25c tooth paste 19c 25c face cream
W agons for the Little Folk-
10c to $3.00
j hlectric Light Globes
| 110 volt, 15 Watt, fufigstein light bulb, each 20c
Search Light and Blue Star matches per ! Toilet Paper
('"/cn $0c j l()c Toilet Paper, per roll 5c
While we have only quoted you prices on a few items we carry we want vou to know
Iln.s I- .1 ical clo,e out sale am every item in the house will he marked down at uftt
or less as we arc going to sell this entire stock in the next .50 davs regardless of cost
so il you don t come in and get your share of the bargains you will be the loser.
Norman Variety Store
122 East Main Street Norman, Oklahoma
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