The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 75, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 26, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahom;
Stolen—$250 Reward Sunday evening at Southgale by tah where he had been inspecting
j Rev- Helms and everybody is in- land which Clyde Pickard recently
Cadillac roadster, with rear c°'ne.. . purchased from Mrs. Dewey Wolf.
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Miss Elletris Evans was in Nor-
man Friday to greet her brother
who has just returned fro/n the
The regular Sunday services
will be held at Newcastle, Sunday,
the pastor, Rev. Ward, being there
from his home in Chickasha.
Farmers navs not vet gor all
.. . , coinpai
efa,n cut> own? t ^ fishing tackle.
passed away at the home of her
son, Frank, on Friday night, June
13th. She was laid to rest in the
Blackburn cemetery on Saturday
evening. Our heartfelt sympathies
go out to the bereaved ones.
Fred Lumley has been chopping
cotton for W. H. Moore.
Mrs. Talbot was a guest of Mrs.
Miss Zellamae Dickerson was, „„„ ,c„,
the Sunday guest of Miss Bertha | compartment and emergency seat,' Hied: Grandma Hartsock, who
Fisk. j at Chanute, Kans., night of June J has been very ill for some time
f„„i t ii . , , 123. 1917 model, engine number
Earl Howell returned nome, 56H273 license number 7003!).
m the army Thursday, where Freshly painted black, slight
he has been for about a year. He j white tracings on wheels. New
was greeted by his wife, and the ! black top, long plate glass in back.
little daughters whose acquain-1 B.ack ^,w inside,and. , ^ toP
i , - 1 ! rim still covered with old pray
tance he had not yet made. covering. Kelley - Springfield
-Ben Brandt assisted Elbert Eeh- tires, 34r4 1-2, all new but left
ols with wheat and oat harvest front one. Right front tire driv-
ing tread. Rear tires non-skid, i
Tool chest right side empty, front i Wynne Sunday afternoon.
lock out of order. Clock not run- I There was no singing at Mr '
ning, set about 5 o'clork. Door Hartsock's on Sunday, owing to
openers and electric light covers' . . "WU'B LU
on inside all painted blark. Spee- j rain'
dometer registered over 13,000 Everybody in this locality is
miles. Floor covering in bottom arranging to take in the celebra-
back of foot feed worn thru. The tion and home coming of the sol-
guard in front has no end plates. * m t i o ,
Two old Goodrich cord tires wfth | ** Norman on July 3rd and
black and white coverings on rear. are expecting a fine time.
Rear compartment filled with There are lots of returned sol-
1 diers in this locality, and they will j
all be there.
Everybody reports a good time j
at the ice cream social at O. J.
Jones' last Saturday night. Lots I
rain. A hard rain fell here, Sat
urday night, followed by a light
shower Monday noon.
Mrs. C. B. Dye visited Mrs Jim
Robison, Sunday afternoon.
Jewell, Emett and Buford Wag-
ner spent Saturday night with
their sister, Mrs. M. Boshell.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Robison and I
family were Norman visitors, Sat- |
Mrs. C. B Dye and son, John, i
were in Norman, Friday.
Our mail carrier, on route eight,
is now taking has route in the
butrgy but the roads will be so
that he can come in his car in a
Binders were running in this '
community, full blast, Sunday, |
and farmers hope to have their j
grain in the shock in a few days.
City of Chanute offers $100 for
information leading to arrest and
conviction. Chanute A. H. T. A
and owner, Herbert Cavaness, of-
fer $150 for arrest and conviction
"nSTjOHN A. BOWER ;of delicious ice cream and cake
President A. H. T. A., 191, Cha- 8 a K° crowd.
nue, Kansas, oj■ HERBERT CAV-
ANESS, Chanute, Kansas.
ITEMS FROM HIC0
are still having plenty of
Everybody is busy chopping
cotton when it isn't raining.
There was a large congregation '
at the preaching by Rev. Havill
at Southgale on Sunday morning, ^
and there was also preaching by j
Rev. Helms on Sunday afternoon, j
I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. White were!
L ee and Bertram Robison spent J the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilev '
jnclatr ..ft,,... -,i ■ - _ _ J
Lieut, and Mrs. Walter Meier
arrive today from Washington,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lewis
and Walter's mother, Mrs. Henry
Meier, who is visiting her daugh-
ter, Mrs. Lewis. Lieut. Meier
has just returned from overseas,
and may remain in the army, in
which he made an exceptional rec-
M. F. McFarland returned
Wednesday morning from Checo- !
OLD WORM OUT
Don't discard them or
throw them away, but
bring them in and have
them recharged by an
i expert mechanic and our
new re-clwging machine.
A. F. BOLLAND, 301
East Main. Ford tops
and back curtains a
mi*rrmz:;a-Kz*Tsrnrr bdhhm «
Sunday afternoon with Emmett
C. B. Dye, accompanied by his
son, Bailey, called at the Dicker-
son home, Sunday afternoon.
The people of this locality are
going to the celebration and sol-
diers' home coming welcome at
Norman on July 3rd and 4th.
Great interest is being taken in
it, and we expect a fine entertain-
Local people desiring conces-
sions for the big Liberty Celebra-
tion, July 3rd and 4th, can obtain
full informatir r. from Wm. Mor-
gan, Jr., or F. E. Westervelt. A
plat of ground is being made and
the selling of concessions, now in
full blast. Get yours while the
getting is good.
Mrs. S. A. Brittian, former well
known lady of Norman, is in Ok-
lahoma from an extended stay in
Canada, and will be here soon on
a visit to friends and relatives.
She is now at Allen, Okla., visit-
ing her daughter, Mrs. Carl Wel-
don—formerly Miss Lee Brittian.
Herrman on Sunday.
Croquet is enjoyed every Satur-
day and Sunday at the Wynne
Mr. and Mrs. Travis Jones and
baby were visitors at the O. J.
Jones' home on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Griffin
were visiting friends in and
around Southgale on Sunday and
took dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Church are
the proud parents of a little daugh
ter who came to them on June 19.
There will be preaching every
From Tenant Firmer to Owner
We have several attractive farms that wil
nit, and we will loan you the money to buy.
Ask us about it.
Will that be you? Provide a home for
your family. Invest your money in a farm
home of your own.
Vincent and Muldrow
See an Essex and then ride in
it, and you will be another believ-
er in this new sensational car.—
Miinteer Motor Car Co.
You've intended and
someone else, maybe—
you'd have that stone
placed in memory of the
loved one who has gone.
Fulfill that good inten-
tion now, while we have a
most varied selection of
beautiful stones for yon
lo choose from.'
Come in and let's talk it
over—see our class of work
ind the many artistic de-
signs we have made for
We will execute the order
o your satisfaction, and you
ire sure to appreciate this
reminder when you see at
the last resting place of your
loved one a beautiful memor-
ial expressing your tender
rare and affection.
G. W. BEARD
Designer and Manufacturer
of Artistic Memorials in
Granite and Marble.
United States Ti res
arc Good Tires
Thi ng Right Through
Put United States Tires under your car and
you'll find them the real thing.
They're built to wear—to give you the kind
of economical service you want. And that's
ji::; what they do.
Hundreds of thousands of regular users will
/cuc i ior that—lots of them right around here.
Ti: .re r.re five distinct types of United States
Ti "es—one for every need of price or use.
We have exactly the ones for your car.
We KNOW United States Tires are GOOD-
That's why we sell them
McINTIRE GARAGE MENDENHALL & SON
EVA DRUG CO., MOORE
U. S. DEPARTMENT
ADVERTISING will develop the dormant demand for
the goods on the shelves of merchants and in the
warehouses of manufacturers.
Mr. Merchant and Mr. Manufacturer, the public
wants and needs the things you have to sell and is willing
to pay for them.
Tell your story through the medium of well pre-
pared advertising. Talk to thousands through you rlocal
press instead of standing idly by waiting for something
to "turn up."
Now, more than ever before, advertising offers
greater assurance of profitable returns to live, wide-
awake, progressive merchants and manufacturers who
The message of the Department of Labor is: Adver-
tise—increase your advertising—so that selling costs may
be reduced and ultimately prices will follow in reduction.
U. S. DEPARTMENT
W. B. WILSON, Secretary
ROGER W. BABSON, Director General-
Informatjon and Education Service
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