The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 67, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 17, 1919 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
H. L. Muldrow is absent at Ard
more on a business trip, expect-
ing to return by Friday.
J )f A. Floyd was a business vis
1(at Wynnewood on Tuesday.
Miss Pauline Dellinger went to
Kansas City on Monday, where
she will visit her aunt, Mrs. Sam
J- P. Dellinger and a corps of
chauffers went to Kansas City
„ |on Monday, for the purpose of
,a L. Sjkes is visiting his I bringing several Patterson cars to
jfhter, Mrs. L. T. Hine in Pur- ! Norman overland.
lhe summer school of Columbia j The New Idea club will meet' Cards received bv their v I r> i - -
oiuunus at me session r^asc oymmes street,
which begins on July 7, and many J afternoon at 3 o'clock,
are expected from Oklahoma. I bers are urged to attend.
h, and Mrs. R. W. Hutto en-
ured Miss Bess Merkle and
,0.rank O'Halloran of Cordell,
(X o'clock dinner on Monday.
Mrs. J. L. Lindsay and son, ac- Dr. Edwin DeBarr spoke to 100
com pan led by her sister, Mrs. I Boy Scouts at a flag day celebra-
Sherman It. Deatherage, of Sham-1 tion in Oklahoma City on Sundav
rock, Texas, went to Wayne on morning in the First Christian
Tuesday to visit their aunt, Mrs. church on "The Flag and Ameri-
j for the government.
J. T. Dodds.
licenses issued since
were Chauncey H.>
floes to Okmulgee: Miss Grace
Marshall, who was teacher of
,hs. Belle Martin went to Pur- j A pleasing meeting of Norman .I?ng,i*h in the Norman hi«h sch°°>
A,jn Tuesday morning to visit Lodge No. 38, A. F. & A M was •> P"St t0rm' haS accepted a sim-
ut>" a few <lfly3 M<1 Masonic Temple on Mon- oLnwl'0" f'" ^ at Far,and- 32' ar ' Miss Laura Mc
day night and C. C. McClure and * <* *««*"* •<>- Hale, 23, both of Oklahoma City.
C. W. Carson given the Entered I t \ Sh° 18 reKilrfle<' - • y
Apprentice degree. ! "S a f,ne teacher- and the Ok-
I mulgee school is one of the best
j in the state.
Operation: Miss Anna Boyd! ~
•John Adams was in from across
the river this morning and says
he is getting busy harvesting his
canism." | 1G0 acre patch of wheat, which ex-
perts say will yield from 25 to 30
bushels per acre. The Adkins
brothers also have a big force of
Black, 26, and Miss Nina E. Keiger I ""'V W°rk CUtting their 200 acre
26, both of Norman; John F. Mc- fu-tC ' .m*"1 ad;iition have some-
oo i i* .. thing* like 100 in nnfs All
. ' nicy can ^ct
™1V!113 g WOrk 8 8urtable home. Mr. Faulkner is
the new city superintendent.
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Bert Edwards at Los Angeles,
( ali., but will possiblv postpone
his departure until after July 4th.
1 he last named couple were mar-
ried by Judge Allen on Saturday.
thing like 100 in oats. All the
farmers "over the river" have
large acreages of wheat and oats
and workers and binders are in
us Reynolds & Sons, the1 Monday and had an operation Giles <sT W I
1°3' are *reat'y improving1 performed for appendicitis Her1 1 Inv('f;tment colr'>,a-
r® s of the Jas. D. Maguire | Norman friends are pleased to1P n l? M°ndTaTy.°f the
n.re building, by coats of learn it was entirely successful . "me.n°. ,otn on U"'versity
vhnside and out. land shp i«? o-nffin,,- i 1 .Boulevard to Dr. Stratton D.
an<J She 18 etU,nt' a,onK n,ce,y- j Brooks, the consideration being
lied: Judge J W Tintm, ir .• t, $4800. It has a small house upon
uted Mondav June l' '.t . T Shlves' man- It. It is understood that Mr.
vilir 0f v.- T / ' r' j "fer 1 agricultural interests Brooks buys for the Y. M C A
Si U'B2n2r51,b2 h the1°kla!:0ma State Ho^ltol. which expects soon to erect a
rohhoma Citv Mr i t , " °f men at work $75,000 building upon their lots
ttSfZfSSilSr - - -
he home immediately after1 something like 200 feet square
vhtmony. ! ! 'rontmg on Boyd and University
Mrs. H. E. Sherwood, of Cross- Boulevard. The Gimeno lot is the
Cent Stamps: Don't go to ' ',yton' ,Texas'. arrivi!<1 last week
Jtoffice this afternoon and riVm- V ^ br°ther'
-oui worth of three cent "11 c °n Sunday
'd « You may never get rid j ^ Sp"n,?da,e' A^-, accom-
:on Three-cent stamps will ^uttreH
''exchanged for their value ^ .tdwanl Morter- t(>
Ut v's't with their parents, Mr. and
jHt stamps it is announced
JK°etin received at the post-
als morning, when the old
-ee rates go into effect on
Two-cent postcards and
.tlart stamped envelopes will
Mrs. W. B. Morter.
one upon which a moving picture
theatre building was contemplated
hut the sale will probably put a
quietus on that proposition.
Oon't stand over a hot
cool: stove to do your cook-
ing and canning.
Get a Rich-Con Oil Stove.
The heat is confined under
the vessel and does not heat
up the whole (kitchen—
makes cooking and canning
See the Rich-Con then.
J. Ross Bridgewater
203 W. Main. Phone 423
We receive pure cream
from one of the most sani-
tary dairies in the state—
delightful for making frost-
mgs and other good things
Delivered promptly in one-
quart bottles, carefully sealed
J. R. NEWKUMET
with the ROUND OAK
bYSTEM — the most
modern method of home
CaH at our store and
learn brw economic?.1 you
can operate this Moist-air
system. Estimates gladly
MAIN AND PETERS
3 lbs., $1.35
Superior, $3.00 a sack
121 East Main. Phone 237
East Main. Phone 347
The managing editor returns
thanks to Master Dell Williams,
son of Mrs. O. J. Williams, for
wasiged for stamps and sup-1 S T", """"l Sa"!pk's of the
either denominations. They 1 at4,7°'l ^'et°r,y *ardcn
Pr>%e exchanged for curren- youne man h J 'T , Th° I ' u«.
'"""exchanges will be made' ? , W° lr(l °" his
dayvust 1 made I garden and has one of the best l^T TTTM TTPT7 m
lill i kept and most prolific in the city, j 1 IJXll/ UU.
Gives Complete Satisfaction
j in rebuilding of Tires and
de Chine and Georgette
1 liese waists are worth much
than our spec-'al prices. Made irom
crepe de chine and georgette, good
perfect workmanship. The sizes are from
-*> to 40. t hoose from best $3.50 and $4 00
waists, special, $2.69.
Attractive Silk Skirts Specially Priced
There are about twenty of these extra quality all silk
skirts made of satm and taffeta in beautiful stripes and
belts of !r:d an?. ncfle m0dels Wi,h P°ckets :'"(I
I ^ ,llateri' s- Skirts that are the acme of good
a'Kl arc excePtional values at these reduced prices.
?v.M) Silk Skirts reduced to only c-?()r
$9.00 Silk Skirts reduced to only I. c.4Qr
$10.00 Silk Skirts reduced to only ~~~ o =
?12.00 Silk Skirts reduced to o-:n
>1.\00 Silk Skirts reduced to only S8 95
New Silk Dolmans Greatly Underpriced
Nature's Own Syrup—Karo
Preferred everywhere by those whe
demand pure, thick and whole-
some syrup for pancakes,
waffles, biscuits and muffins.
made of finest
U ■■■• > wtvts mad
coo/ taffeta, 111 pink, blue and green,
ing are some of nett 'l'h
We want to clear the
ten of these very beautiful silk
, ,. . , atin, taffeta and poplins, in
and black Some are full lined with at-
ve fancy silks, others are lined to waist. All
sw e with large dolman sleeves, larjre
s ^nd cuffs, many are trimmed with button*
, and draping. ^ 0ll „CVer have seen more
Ave summer_ coats. ()„lv one coat of a kind
/mm yu> 44. Xote the reduced prices:
Silk Coats reduced to only $1<>S()
S.lk Coats reduced to only' 825.00
.Nik ( oats reduced to onlv 8") =;n
EVENING DRESSES REDUCED" TO
re are seven of these c]
ThJce of .V:
y sold for $20 and
line, hence such a
There Are Three Kinds of Karo
"Crystal White"- in the Red Can; "CoJden Brown"-in the
Blue Can; "Maple Flavor"— in tSe new Karo with plenty of
substance and a rich Maple Taste—in the Green Can.
IMPORTANT TO YOU-Every can of Karo is marked
with exact weight in pounds of syrup containr ' Do not
be misled by packages of similar uze W. s lumbers
only and having no relation to weight jf ;ontentj
Be Sure of Perfect Preserves This Yea
Send for the wonderful CE-
— handsomely illustrated
v'orn Products Cook Book. All carefully
tested recipes—and easy to follow. It is
free. Write us today.
Corn Products Refining Company
P. O. Box 161, New York City
W R. ADCOCKr Sales Representative
904 A. O. U. W. Building, Little Roci, Ark.
NORMAN'S GREATEST STORE
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 67, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 17, 1919, newspaper, June 17, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114076/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.