The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 67, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 17, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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The Dailv Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
UNCLE JOSH SEZS
Copyright, 1919, by .1 nek*
Josh Newspaper Syndicate,
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with not very much above an
less below i c where a professor
on fashions has predicted thet the
fashions is goin back to the styles
of adam and eve
The boys made good fighters
akross the pond but akordin to
done handed out by sum of them
Mrs. wifey dear seems to be the
1 who wears the medals at hum.
doin a mans work, thet's the rea-
son why i is against woman suff- j
i lows as how sum of the fellers
is gittin out'a practice pichin th :
horse shoes, we aint had iny gaims |
now fer 2 weeks, kount of the (
grounds bein 2 wet.
With the comin of so many rod
headed phemales to our town, we '
is addin more beautie every day. i
Son—Father, when I graduate,
I am going to follow my literary
bent, and write for money.
Father—Well, my son, you j
ought to make a success of it;
that's all you have done during
your four years at college.
Dean Crenshaw, Durant.
Secretary — Grace Marshall,
Treasurer—Olive Nash, Madill.
There will be a program on
Monday evening at 7:30, June 23.;
on the east steps of the Law j
Building, and an interesting series
of stories is expected.
University theatre popularity
contest at the close of business,
Saturday night, June 21st.
A $10.00 gold piece to the can-
didate that stands highest in the
BUY A HOME—Two G-room resi-
dences, west side, very choice
'ocations, price $1050 and $2500.
Going to sell. If interested see us
at once. Best bargains in the city.
Allan Real Estate Co., office over
Broken Dollar Store, Phone 4101i.
WEIR & GILES INVESTMENT
Story Tellers' League
The Story Tellers' League met j
Monday evening on the west steps ,
of the Law Building with an ex-
cellent attendance. W. T. Scott j
of Tahlequah presided. After a
series of extemporaneous stories |
by Prof. Paxton, Mr. Hampton, j
Mr. Kaufman and others the fol- j
lowing officers were elected for j
the summer session:
| Oklahoma City.
I Vice - President — Edward
GET A HOME NOW
CASH OR TIME
6 Rooms, modern, close in $3,500
7 Rooms, modern, close in 13,500
3 Rooms, good location | ■ '00
5 Rooms, good location 3>i,<:uu
These are worth the money
McDaniel & Matthews
AN EASY WAY
IN WHICH TO
We will sell you a
home and loan you the
money to pay for it—
You pay back like paying
rent—but you are invest-
ing—saving, with inter-
est—that amount each
month, for in a few years
the home is yours.
Stop the rent receipt -
invest your earnings in a
Ask us about it—no ob-
Vincent & Muldrow
Her Opinion of Boys.
A little girl wrote the following
essay on boys:
"Boys are men that have not
got as big as their papas and
girls are women that will be la-
dies by-and-by. When God looked
at Adam he said to himself, 'Well,
I think I can do better if I try
again/ and He made Eve. Boys
j are a trouble. They wear ouf
erything but soap. If I had
way the world would be girla|
| the rest dolls. My papa
nice that I think he must
been a little girl when he
I little boy. Man was madej
j on the seventh day he
I woman was then made, and ^
' never rested since."
u know it gits my nanny to c 2
womin meet on the street an kiss
each other. I hates to c a woman
Save steps in your
daily work by
using one of these
We have unpacked sev-
eral new models in these
useful step-savers. They
are complete with con-
tainers for flour, etc.,
have numerous drawers,
shelves, bread boxes
which are air-tight, places
for cooking utensils, pot
lids—a whole kitchen in
one piece of furniture.
We will enjoy showing you
these new kitchen cabinets,
whether you are ready to buy
or not. Call and see them.
121 E. Mair
15c and two for 25c
THE STORE OF WHITE
THE LADY WHOSE TASTE IV;
CI IXFS TO THE POSSESSION
OF PERIOD FURNITURE i OR
HER HOME WILL FIND THIS
in American walnut to be excep-
tional beauty. The suite consists
of bed, dresser, chiffonier, rocker
and dressing table with bench.
The bed has high head board ot one single
panel forming an artistic irregular curve at the
top, the foot having a wide center panel with
(our posts on each side.
The mirror feature of the dressing table is of
especial, interest comprising three large mirrors,
two of which may be swung to attain any de-
sired angle of vision. The bench with this dress-
ing table is of attractive design and a pleasing
addition to the suite.
We now have this moderately priced bedroom suite
in our show window and especially invite you to call
and see it whether you desire to buy or not.
The workmanship and finish of the entire suite
shows the art and skill of the expert cabinet
maker and designer.
Meyer & Meyer
Make our Pathe Conservatory your resting place
while down town. It is furnished for your Wort
md convenience, and the Pathe Phonograph and
records are here for your entertainment, and there s no
obligation. We want you to hear this wonderful in- _
strument which reproduces perfectly the voices of the
world's most famous artists.
The Clement Mortgage Company
We have for sale at all times choice 6 per cent, tax exen|
farm mortgages ranging in amounts from $500.00 to S5.000.00,
cured by improved farms worth two and one half times the amor
Wc also have for sale second lien notes, junior to our own J|
mortgages, only, running one and two years ranging in aI™OL
from $50.00 to $200.00 netting 8 per cent, tax exempt, and
guaranteed as to payment at maturity.
Paid Capital $50,000.00.
CLEMENT MORTGAGE COMPANY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. i
Established 1900. Nj
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BARGAINS EVERY DAY THI
WEEK AT THE
Some of Our Extraordinary
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Summer's pleasures hold
no terrors for the woman
supplied with these skin
Get one of these before they
are all sold.
Reed & Foster
()ne table of men's $2.00 and *2.50 Straw I lats,
$12.00 Men's Cool Cloth Suits for W
$15.00 Men's Cool Cloth Suits for
$15.00 Men's Palm Beach Suits fur $liea«
In s'>liil and stripes laij
]Soys' 6.50 Palm P.each Suits, sizes 8 to 18 for $■ "
Boys' W ashable Crash Suits, $6.00 values for $
.Men's $2.00 Dress Shirts, without collars for $
Mexican Straw Hats, 35c and 50c values, for
Men's $-.00 Summer Wash Pants, in plain
colors and stripes, for only
Blue Chambrey Work Shirts, $1.25 value for ™
Men's Sox, in blue, black, slate and white, 35clr€fl
value, for onlv per pair __ '"V"*, ■
Men's and Ladies' Hose, 25c value, two pair lo'Udyl
Men's B. V. I), style Athletic Union Suits, S1.00
value for only —. ■
Men's B. V. I), style Athletic Union Suits, $1.5(.thisl
value for only "bIe|
WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF
GAINS OF RARE QUALITY
FOR YOUR INSPECTION
Six 10c Ladies' Handker-
chiefs, 25 cents.
Thousands of yards
laces and embroiderieswhen
3 cents the yard.
With Summer with us and Spring having made ahasty retreat, this QUALITY STORE is crowded
with new cri® merchandise offered at prices that mean a VERY GREAT SAVING on your aggregate purchases.
The wholesale cost on all items is considerably higher than a short time ago and prices are still soaring, yet des-
pite this we are now offering you qual ity merchandise at less than you have been accustomed to pay.
Special Sale of Men's Dress Shirts
$2.50 values fi\«K
~~ FANCY SILKS
Silks are hard to get and the prices are jumping up-
ward almost daily which makes this a real feature op-
portunity for saving. . '
36 inch Taffetas, beautiful plaids and stripes, $2.25
values for a short time at $1.69 the yard.
, 17c the yard
35c value" the yard
35c values 23c the >'ari1
College Girl and J. C. C. Cor-
sets—the kind that fit.
$5.00 values $3.98
4.00 values 3.48
3.50 values 2.98
3.25 values 2.(59
3.00 value 2.48
2.50 values 1.98
2.00 values 1.69
1.75 values 1.48
Values—$3.50 to $12.50 at $2.75 to $8.75
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
Aprons, Dresses, Middies and Smocks—Tn Gin
Percale and Pongee—in beautiful plaids and solid •
at greatly reduced prices.
Prices range from 79 cents to $4.98.
'BLOOM-PETTS" Combination Petticoat and
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