The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 71, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 22, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
FOR RENT—A 9-room modern
furnished house for the sum-
mer. Phone 525. 59-3t
WANTED TO RENT—Four or
five room house with bath for I
year. Phone 441. G!)-3t*
WANTED;—A number of young |
women between the acres of 18.
FOR SALE—Household furniture.! unA ,26.are want?d for Positio"s
including ice box find Detroit | a3,_^k,/,hon?_oper„n,tor„8;..sal!P'J>al,d
Vapor stove at 411 W. Symines,
phone 07(3. 59-3*
PLANNING BIG GET-
while learning and increase! made
thereafter according to length of I
service and proficiency. Apply to j
Chief Operator, Telephone Office.
Norman Camp, No. 154, W. O.
W., is planning for a big meet-
ing and "Get Together" banquet
for on the night of Wednesday, June
wages. If suitable for
it j ,■ . *> i. I longer. Old or young, but indus-
teer Hdwe. Co., or Mmteer Motor , tr>s and depen^abk, n, be reas.
MAN WANTED: Permanent
FOR SALE—Six room bungalow
near University. Modern in ev-
en; detail Will accept Part pay-1 f t„ j , t fair 12Sth at their
xnent cash and give goo dterms; If fnr ,()20 , "• at lnelr
ana an elaborate program of eats
and talks and music is being pre-
Ll'iuua .111(1 UBUGIIUBUIO^ * II UC I too" | ° r
on the balance. See either Min-
HOTEL—Grand Central hotel for
sale or trade for Norman prop-
erty. Terms. J. W. Linton, Own-
WANTED—Students to do all
onable with you and give you a
good future if you do right. Apply
to C. B. Cummons 1'. 0. Lock Box
448 or White Mountain Ice Cream
Factory, Norman, Okla. 69-3t*
.... , , , WANTED—A number of
kinds of general work, such as womPn betwcen the ages
waiting tables, mowing lawns, etc.
Call at Y. M. C. A. rooms, 103
Administration Bldg., phone 935.
and 26 are wanted for positions
as telephone operators; salary paid
while learning and increases made
thereafter according to length of
service and proficiency Apply to
Chief Operator, Telephone Office.
HOUSE FOR SALE—Five rooms
and bath, 221 West Symmes.
Immediate possession.—S. R. Had-
WANTED—A number of youn
LOST—Bunch of keys. Patent1 women between the ages of 181
shoe button hook on ring. Re- ani1 26 are wanted for positions
turn to Transcript office and re- i as, telephone operators; salary paid
ceive reward. 70—'It" W""B learning and increases made
^ •! thereafter according to length of
pared.. It will be in the nature
of a reunion of all the members
of the Camp who pan possibly be
reached, and all such members
will be expected to be present.
Letters have been sent to every
member insisting they be present,
and it is expected that it will be
the biggest meeting of Norman
Camp that has been held for
Judge F. B. Swank is chairman
j of the committee on arrangements
j and will preside. Dean J. S. Bu-
chanan will deliver the address of
j welcome; Judge McMillan will
WANTED—Work in afternoons
by student in University. Ad-
dress 40S S. Chautauqua. 70-3t*
service and proficiency. Apply to
Chief Operator, Telephone Office.
BUICK FOR SALE—Thoroughly
overhauled and in A1 condition.
See Buck Clement. 66-6*
FOR SALE—Five year old Jersey
cow. fresh six weeks, giving .'!
gallons per day, good butter cow.
2 miles west and 3-4 mile south,
this end of bridge; 1-4 mile north
Lakeview school house. 70-3t*
FOR SALE—Desk, couch, oil
stove, table, dressers, wash
stands studv tables, small Cole's
Hot Blast heater, two iron beds
with mattresses, plate racks, two
small stands, 10 yards of stair ]
carpet. 525 West Comanche, or
Best Price Hardware
STRAYED—Red shoat, weight 80
lbs., from 128 W. Lynn, Tuesday.
Notify O. B. Knox. 70-3t*
Lexington swimming pool is
now open, supplied with filtered
running water at all time. 63-lGt
Money to loan on city property.
W. W. McCullough Agent. G5-G*
Hen's Teeth are said to be scarce,
and homes to be had in the
University City after school opens
this fall will also be scarce. Bet-
ter do your buying while the buy-
ing is good. I have several places
both in Kast and West Norman
for sale. Three nice bungalows
on Monnet street worth the price.
Also a Model-90 Overland car for
sale, or to trade for lots. See W. D.
Roane, phone 738, Norman 69-2t.
^ ^ A HOME—Two 6-room resi-
dences, west side, very choice
locations, price $1050 and $2500
Going to sell. If interested see us
a'i0nc®; Best bargains in the citv.
Allan Real Kstate Co., office over
Broken Dollar store, Phone 41 OR.
WE HAVE IT
When we entered the Hardware and Furniture
business we decided first to make our prices as low
as a moderate margin of profit would permit. We
have adheared rigidly to this plan and it means
that on most of the articles we sell
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
IN COMPETITION WITH
EVERY OTHER SOURCE
We will easily prove this to be a fact if you
will give us a share of your business. YOU are the
most important customer we have.
Trade With Us
121 East Main
Your satisfaction means so much to us that we guarantee it
We couln't if our merchandise were not so dependable
/ 'iirsity Alodds
Always lead in style
Ol know how popu-
lar the Hart Schaff-
ner & Marx "Varsity"
suits always ar^. This
season they're more dis-
tinctive than ever, as
this illustration shows.
'S ou'll like the new pat-
terns and fabrics and the
1919 refinements in tail-
oring. They're all-wool
They're the style hits of
the season. You 11 find a
great selection here—
single and double-breast-
ed models by Hart
J Schaffner <!v Marx. W ell
be glad to show vou.
The home of I lart Schaffner & Marx clothes
! make an address on "Fraternal
Insurance," and Major L. C. Giles |
will talk on his experiences in the i
war. Other interesting talks will
be made, all interspersed with
The affair will also be a cam-
paign for new members, and Dis-
trict Manager Fox has asked all
members to bring to the meeting
the name of at least one new
member. He asks chat each mem-
ber carefully reads his letter and
comply with its request.
"Every Wer>dnnnn at this ban-
quet," is the slogan,
STOP WHEAT WASTAGE,
$1,000,000 SAVED BY IT.
Representatives from the bu-
reau of markets probably will be
sent out through the wheat belt
to give suggestions as to the nre-
vention of waste in the handling
of the crop, according to Wayne
D Matthews, of the bureau of
grains, of Oklahoma City.
Owing to the high price to be
paid for the wheat every effort
will be made to save all the grain
that frequently is wasted. Cracks
!n wagons and cars, leaks in sacks
and bins and waste around the
threshing machines will be pre-
vented. Also farmers will pay
more attention to gleaning than
evor before. Stray shocks of the
wheat and grain that escapes the '
harvest machines on the first trip
wi" b<> saved.
Matthews estimates the saving
will run into a million dollars in
the state if the farmers are care-
ful. He said much of the waste
comes in the handling of the crop
when it is being marketed. Wag-
ons with poor bottoms and sacks
with holes are especially to be
watched, he said.
M. T. Myers was an Oklahoma
City visitor on Friday.
OLD WORN OUT
Don't discard them or
throw them away, but
bring them in and have
them recharged by an
expert mechanic and our
new re-charging machine.
A. F. BOLLAND, 301
East Main. Ford tops
and back curtains a
Are You Having AM The
Modern Conveniences Put
In The New Home?
No home is complete unless it is wired for electric
ci:"rent. Not only for the purpose of lighting the home,
at for power conveniences the electrical home is the
pleasant home. Electricity in thousands of ways
-/ill save steps and labor. Let it run the sewing
r iachine, the wash tub, cook breakfast, dinner and supper,
keep you cool these hot days, heat your smoothing
Have your new home wired for all electrical
Oklahoma Gas and Electric
When youth and middle age have
passed will you still be paying rent
for the house in which you live, or
will you be safe and contented and
y'- $ • ■
Use the famous Long-Bell Brand
lumber. Every stick has the I.ong-
Heli trade mark.
Own a Home of Your Own
Statistics are dry things and some-
times they are almost brutal in their
disclosures. 11 ere is a statistical fact
that ought to stir your deepest
thought—statistics show that of
every hundred men over sixty years
of age, ninety-six are dependent
upon their daily wage or the assist-
ance of their children.
No man really wants to go
through life dependent for the shel-
ter of himself and loved ones upon
bis daily work—nor does he wish to
be a burden to his children when old
age overtakes him—the bread of de-
pendency is bitter. Yet a vast ma-
jority of men are forced to do these
very things because during the hey-
day of youth they failed to provide
for age. Now is the proper time to
squarely face these questions and
consider vour future. And not onlv
your own future but that of your
wife and children who are dependent
upon you. It is right that you pro-
vide your family with the shelter of
a home. As a husband and father it
is your duty to guard their future
welfare and assure them and your-
self permanent safety, comfort and
Build the Minnetonka Way
1 )ur service department will furnish yon
Ye I'lanery books with many suggestions
for home building—detailed plans and
specifications, and give you estimates of
the completed house; or if you have your
flew home already planned, bring lis your
sketch and we will place at your service
our building department who will estimate
or advise with you. This service is en-
tirely at your disposal and costs you noth-
ing—Build the Minnetonka Way.
Minnetonka Lumber Co.
Home of ' Sudden Service'*
C. W. VAUGHN, Manager
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