The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 25, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 29, 1919 Page: 4 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
Local and Personal
I)r. R. D. Lowther arrived from
Marfa, Texas, on Monday, having
been released from the army on
Saturday. He looks well, and
comes home to re-enter into the
active practice of law.
War expenditures are beginning
to show decrease. Hut there is no
unmixed joy in the world, for the
price of coffee is going up.
We are showing a nice line of
hammocks. Minteer Hdw. Co.
Lawn hose, hose reels,
Minteer Hdw Co.
Correction: —The Transcript
s learns that it was in error in its
'af! 1H. E. Church, South, Dormitory
F- story, Sunday, by stating that it
I lm C1 would be iiuilt • m the lols former-
v"8k, lv owned by H. H. Bradley. The
new building will be on the lots
mten just south of the Bradley propcr-
wi11^ ty, lots purchased from Mr. and
led ^ Mrs. J. B. Cheadle.
>.dil Rf>frifrpr:itnrs and Ice
It seems that our aviators are
l etter flyers than talkers. When
it comes to making self-glorying
speeches at banquets, their motors
Minteer Hdw. Co.
Mr, S. D. Morgan returned on
i| Monday from Enid, where he was
S'ralled by the serious illness of his
ji 'mother. He left lior some better,
jgu?but still very low. Mr and Mrs.
0rkU'Morgan expect their son, Geo. I).,
phonic from South America on
1 i Wi iIni
m . The Transcript learns that at
eV.]the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. C.
|James, 502 East Symmes, five
CZtfl^nienilx ' s ot the i.iniily are <juite
ny^s:ck with the influenza, but none
kfof them dangerously.
ajt Miss Virginia Strossler, a well
"nisknown lady here when she atten-
ded the University, will marry
^U(>,|TtWilliam Harold Winn in Okla
Hionia City on June 4th.
^ The price of whiskey has been
going Up so fast that there is proli-
ne cabl> less of it going down.
FIrc Try the Wickless Oil Stoves. l)e-
^s',^riMt Vapor. Minteer Hdw. Co.
Th best-advertised individuals
in the country—Uncle Sam and
his Victory Loan.
Palmer's perfumes, toilet wat-
ers, lace powders and creams at
Barbour's Drug and Book Store.
May 1st in the city: Moving vans
coal smoke, furniture and rug
Fales, hurry and worry.
May '1st in the country: Foliage
and wild flowers, birds and blos-
May 1st in romance: A Maypole
at el a (Juecn of the May, and a
dancfe on the green.
Palmer's toilet articles at Bar-
bour's Drug and Book Store. 25-2t
Don't fail to be at the sale at
1 o'clock Wednesday, only $1.00.—
■ Mr. and Mrs. John H. Zink are
in receipt of a letter from their
son Townsent, saying he was feel-
ing fine, but anxious to get back
ito God's country and good aid
■Norman again. He is stationed at
Paris, and has been thsre for some
time, and has traveled over the
most of France in automobiles and
^lr, if the present generation dis-
l'e ppose of all the alcohol it will be
fitydt very ungenerous of them to leave
nothing for their descendants to
top . .. ,
Let posterity fight to-
2Vi .hacco—if it wants to.
Ice cream freezers. Ice picks,
il' .^and ice shaves, Minteer Hdw. Co.
<*t0 Swearing has been
i-j in the Louisville
M-Whether the team take the peti-
f^eijiant or not, they will certainly take
g*,3* th ki for being thorough ladies.
About 50 more of thase .$1.25
(^oi corsets to close out at
uesday at 1 o'clock.—Rucker's.
H. L. Muldrow goes to Oklaho-
ma City on Wednesday to attend
the first meeting of the new
Board of Regents of the UpiVers-
ity, which has been called by
Judge Sam Huyes. Mr. Muldrow
is one of the members of the
Miss Ethel |Cordell of Wanette
was the week-end guest of Miss
Judith Virgin, of West Gray
Editor-Postmaster Lee Woods
and wife, who have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Gooding for a
few days, left Tuesday morning
for their home in Duncan. Okla.
They were here welcoming home
Lieut. Otis Gooding, Mrs. Wood's
brother, who has just returned
from overseas. Lieut, and Mrs.
Gooding were here from McAles-
ter, and returned to that city on
Monday, where he will resume his
work as railway mail clerk, his
position before going into the
If you spend $2.00 Wednesday p.
m. 1 t0 2 o'clock you get a 98c
washable cap for the girl fres.—
Shaw Anthony, another of the
Transcript-Enterprise's boys who
went to the defense of his country
in its time of trial, dropped into
Norman Saturday on his way to
Marlow. He is a son of Hon. W.
B. Anthony, the well-known poli-
tician of Oklahoma, and was over-
seas for several months, gettiftg
wounded in one of the "over the
top" attacks. He has fully re-
covered and makes a fine lookinj
into his old quarters in the court
house, the rooms recently vacated
by the draft board. They are a
pleasant suite of offices.
Miiihoma Crops in
John A. Whitehurst, president
of the State Board of Agriculture,
in his May 1st report, says Okla-
homa's crops are in splendid condi-
tion. He says:
"On looking out over the state
after the splendid rains of the
past week, it is found that grow-
ing conditions as a whole were
never better in the history of the
state, and it is safe to say this
will be the biggest year agricul-
turally that Oklahoma has ever
had. Wheat and oats continue in
excellent growth and both crops
give promise of the largest yields
First 12 ladies spending $1.00
will receive a pair of 50c hose free, 'ever.
Wednesday 1 to 2 p. m.—Rucker's. , . . .. . .
* "Corn planting is a little late
! due to excessive moisture of con-
ditions and the lateness of the sea-
I son. The acreage planted and to
j be planted to corn will remain
j about the same as the total acre-
j age planted last year. The acreage
has been decreased in the northern
Geo. Orange. 21, and Miss Nellie
Sisk, 18, both of Moore, took out
a marriage license at Oklahoma
City 0n Monday, and wer(J mar-
Don't miss the final closing oiit
of all water damage goods Wed-
part of the state but this decrease
Miss Verda McMullen is here
from Shawnee visiting her cousin,
Miss Emma Davis.
George Harvey made a business
HOG CREEK ITEMS
The rain is fine on the corn,
but bad on the cotton.
Grandpa Davis has been here for visit Norman on Saturday-
the past two weeks from Shawnee
visiting his son, N. C. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs.Fred Bacon gave a
May Day Festivities
The West Side schools (Wash-
ington building) will hold their
May Day festivities at 7 o'clock
sharp on Wednesday evening,
All are invited to
The fifth annual graduating ex
pound supper in honor of their' ercises of thc Oklahoma Hospita! Aprjj 30t|,
daughter, Miss Alma, last week, j Sch°o1 for Nurses will be held at wjtness them.
It was her birthday, and she was the Oklahoma State Hospital or ^ ^ ^ heU on
Wednesday evening April 30th. A
pleasing program has been pre- the University Campus on Thurs-
pared and all are cordially invited, day evening at i o clock.
the recipient of many gifts and
good wishes from the large crowd.
Nearly everyone on Hog Creek
attended the January Bill sale and
report that property brought good j
prices. R. W. Hutto of the Secur-1
ity State bank of Norman was the
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Church vis-
ited in the Hico neighborhood on
Misses Mary and Georgie
Prance attended the social at Fred
Bacon's on Wednesday.
Orestus Davis and Virgil Ohles
were at the basket ball game at
Southgale on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tamon Williams |
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams, |
Mr.' and Mrs. Geo. Harvey had
a dinner and Easter egg roast at-
tended by a large number of
friends. All report a fine time.
Jack License No. 994.
GENERAL GRANT will make thc season of l(Hl>
at the O. K. wagon yard. .TERMS: $12.50 to insure
colt to stand and suck.
When mare is traded, sold or removed from county,
season becomes due at once.
All care will be taken to prevent accidents but will
not be responsible should any occur.
L. C. Hall
I is mnde up by the increase n thc
nesdav p. m. one o'clock.—Ruck-1 ,. ,. . , ,
J 1 | southern courties. This leads to
, fhe general belief that the cotton
... , ! acreagc will be decreased and corn
Mts. J. B. A. Robertson, wife of . , , ,
„ , . and gram sorghum j be gtve.i the
Governor Robertson, will be in ! , . „
... , .' . , avger part of tho acreage.
Norman on Wednesday, the guest
of th? Faculty Women's club al a i "The fruit crop gives promise of
meeting at Mrs. Sturgis'. Mrs. better than an average crop. A
Robertson is a gracious lady and few of the early peaches were
her Norman friends and admirers! damaged by the late frosts, but
will gi^e her a warm welcome. j the crop as a whole will be far
I above the average in production.
Final closing out sale of all All danger from further damage
water damage goods starts at one ( by frost is practically over in all
o'clock p. m. Wednesday. Store i localities except the extreme
closed until that hour.—Rucker's. ! north and northwestern counties.
Excellent growing conditions are
County Superintendent W. R.' general, all parts of the state re-
Clark has moved his office back porting plenty of moisture."
LICENSE NO. 458
CHASLIN is a purebred black Perch-
eron Stallion, No. 107,503, six years old.
He will make the season of 1919 at the Cedarville
farm, 1-2 miles southeast of Norman.
TERMS: $15.00 for grade mares and $25.00 for
thoroughbred mares to insure colt.
All care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will
not be responsible should any occur.
Come See These Beautiful Dresses
At no time in the past have we
shown such a wonderful assortment of
ladies' and misses' attractive dresses.
Materials are the very newest including
printed and plain Georgette; Taffetta,
Foulards and Crepe de Chine. Colors
are all the many shades of blue includ-
ing plenty of navy, sand, grey, taupe,
green, rose and black.
Styles are those most favored by the best dressed
women in America this season. Many have overskirts
and tunics in many novel styles, others are draped in
many pleasing ways. Trimmings include collars and
cuffs of contrasting materials, hemstitching, hand em-
broidery, beads and dainty laces.
All sizes from misses' sixteen to ladies' fort}' six.
Prices are $19.75, $25, $29.50, $35,
$39.50 and up to $45.
Norman's Greatest Store
We have just 100 No. 1 Parlor
v,-:* i 4
65 Cents Each
["J Pure Milk
These thoroughbred Holstein-
Jersey Milch cows produce rich,
wholesome milk such as every
mother wishes to obtain for her
The milk is strained through
metal gauze and a flannel cloth,
then properly cooled and placed
in bottles which have been scalded
with boiling hot water and steri-
lized with steam.
The cows are cared for in a mod-
ern dairy-barn where cleanliness is
the first consideration. They are
fed alfalfa hay and allowed the
freedom of new prairie-grass pas-
ture; are given fresh, pure water
For Your Convenience—
You can get this wholesome
milk any day at this store with
your grocery order.
F. J. McGinley
There will only be 100 of the
brooms at this price.
Fresh car load of Kansas
Best Flour, per sack only
U. S. Tubbs
Phones 31 and 224
■ ■ ■'/
Call at our store and let us show you how this
oil stove works like gas! We are demonstrating
these stoves every day.
No Wicks—Light Instantly—Work like
Delicious Piirthdar Cake! puts the joy in-
to Johnny's birthday. And the new De-
troit Vapor Oil stove insured the rapid,
thorough baking necessary for a perfect
result. It's a real pleasure now for Moth- ■
er to cook and bake with her new stove.
So different from the ordinary oil stoves.
The Detroit Vapor Stove is the only oil
stove without a wick. Lights instantly
and at once you have an intensely hot
blue flame dirctly under the cooking
litirns kerosene, gasoline or distillate—
19 hours to a gallon. More economical
than gas, coal or wood.
Minteer Hardware Co.
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 25, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 29, 1919, newspaper, April 29, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114033/m1/4/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.