The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 75, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 26, 1919 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT. NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
Local and Personal
Give our repair shop a trial.—
Hinteer Motor Co.
A Mexican Villa is not as agree-
able as one at Newport.
Very special 25c ladies vests
for 11c Friday at Rucker's.
Part of our citizens evidently
Ldesire to prohibit prohibition.
Anything you want in the auto-
mobile accessory line. Minteer
| .Motor Co.
$7.50 Silk Taffeta skirts, beau-
Jj"tiful plaids, extra special for t ri-
f'dav $4.95. Rucker's.
Prof, and Mrs. Oscar Jacobson
land daughter were Oklahoma City
visitors on Wednesday.
, $10.50 men's Cool Cloth suits,
/'special for I rk!.,y. $«.05. Hats
,Vto match these suits for $1.00.—
; I,ee Puncture Proof Tires are
j not solid tires, but they can't
i puncture. Minteer Motor Co.
| Mrs. Frank Balyeat is in re-
ceipt of a telegram that her hus-
! band. Prof. Prank BalyeSt, will
arrive in New York from overseas
on Saturday and hopes to be soon
discharged from the service. He
will again take up his work as
superintendent of the city schools
at Hobart. He will come to Nor-
man as soon as discharged "hnd
meet Mrs. Balyeat, who has been
making her home with her moth-
er, Mrs. J. E. Alexander, during
her husband's absence.
J1' Pronounced by all who have
seen it to be great. "Common
/®Clay" being shown for the last
rtime at University theatre today.
A story of gripping interest.
61 One that you will remember for a
"long, long time. "Common Clay"
fis really worth while. See it at
University theatre today.
Extra special for Friday at
Rucker's. $1.50 mechanical khaki
work shirt with short sleeves for
Friday fancy plaid percales, 25c
value for only 12 l-2c. Rucker's.
ladies' extra size vests, 25c
quality Friday for l'lc at Rucker's.
Theodore Osterhaus Home: The-
odore Osterhaus, who wears two
golden stripes upon the arm of
his uniform, indicating a year's
service overseas, got home on
Monday from Camp Bowie, hav-
ing been a member of a field sig-
nal corps battalion of the 36th di-
vision. His brother-in-law, Jas.
Hopper, who was a member of the
357th Infantry, 90th division, is
also here, discharged at Camp
Pike. Both made good records
and come home with a conscious-
ness of duty well performed.
Men's pongee shirts, fancy col-
lars, short sleeves, $2.00 value,
Friday for only $1.00. Rucker s.
Mercy! but geese and ducks
would put on airs if they
knew that members of their fam-
ily were selling for $60 each in
The appearance of white bread
in Germany is said to have done
. |niore to calm public feeling than
"rall the speeches of the diplomats.
Keith Miller, son of Mr. and,
'Mrs. Geo. W. Miller, is now at j
, JLos Angeles, Calif., where he will
remain a couple months in the
hope that he may completely re-1
'' Cover from the serious attack if
influenza which struck him soon
r after his return from overseas. It
. is hoped he will soon recover per-
The Transcript regrets to learn
that its old friend, Mr. A. J. Craw-
ford, is seriously ill; so seriously
that faint hopes are entertained
that he can recover. He is one of
Norman's oldest citizens. His ail-
ments are those superinduced by
old age, he being quite elderly.
Preaching at New Hope: Rev.
Curry of Oklahoma City will
preach at New Hope school Rouse
on Saturday and Sunday next,
June 28th and 29th at 8:30. He
will also preach at Liberty on
Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. All
are cordially invited to attend all
Colorado Springs, June 26.—
Tourists to Colorado Springs and
the entire Pikes Peak region will
have the opportunity of gazing
this summer on the scenic Von-
ders of the nation's playground
from the air. A three passenger
Curtiss biplane, with an altitude
possibility of 20,000 feet will be
installed here for regular flights
about July 1. It is now being as-
sembled in Denver and trial
flights are to be made beginning
June 25. The machine will fly
around Pikes Peak, over the Gar-
den of the Gods, and will make a
complete circle of all the trips.
A landing field and hangars have
been built at Broadmoor. Several
wealthy Easterners have signi-
fied their intentions1 of flying to
Colorado Springs in their own
' We know the weather is warm
but "Common Clay" is worth a
little discomfort. See it at Uni-
versity theatre today.
Tom Rose Buys Grill Property:
Tom Rose, from east of Lexington,
was in Norman Tuesday closing a
deal through Clyde P'ckard for
the Fred Grill property, formerly
the George Winans house, in
southeast Norman, the considera-
tion being $4000. This is one of
the nicest residences in Norman
and Mr. Rose is to be congratulat-
ed in securing it. Tom expects to
move his family within the next
thirty days and will make Nor-
man his permanent home.
Eemry Stubbeman and Clyde
Pickard have purchased the J. H.
Sawtell lots at Boyd and Jenkins
avenue, cornering with the Uni-
versity campus. There are five
lots and will make a splendid
When we think of the high
price of milk, our oply way of
relieving our feelings is to go in-
to a neighboring field and scold
If passenger and freight rates
go up to the point where we all
have to walk and carry our goods,
we shall begin to suspect that the
railroads are run for the benefit |
of the employes.
It has been a source of specu- j
lation t0 us whether a soldier has !
to run all around himself in order |
to put on his spiral leggings.
J. B. Phillips, representative of
Cleveland county in the legisla-
ture, is now a cattle inspector at
the Oklahoma City stock yards at
a salary of $1800. He is working
under the Board of Agriculture
of the state, getting his appoint-
ment from J. A. Whitehurst,
president of the board.
Sergt. Frank Cornelius Home:
Sergt. Frank Cornelius, formerly
night watchman in Norman, has
returned from overseas, and is
visiting his mother, Mrs. B. I".
Cornelius. He looks well, and as
if his experiences agreed with
him. He was a member of the
The next question to be ans-
wered is what will become of the
whisky glasses and the drinking!
The biggest picture of the year.
"Common Clay" starring Fannie
Ward at University theatre today.
As the hot summer weather be-
gins, the young woman breathes
reverently, "Thank God for or-
A FEAST FOR THE KIDDIES
Serve Ice Cream
The White Mountain Kind—made of pure Holsteln
cream—and Colonial crushed Fruit Salad pre-
served cherries, strawberries and figs.
Phone 558 or 211 and it will be delivered in brick form or
White Mountain Ice Cream Factory
J. R. NEWKUMET
Friday, men's $2.00 wash pants,
S pin stripe for only $1.00. Ruck-
Let us show you a cross section
of a l.ee Puncture Proof Tire and
convince you it can't puncture.
Minteer Motor Co.
It didn't take long to transform
| , a nation that was "too proud to
fight" into one that was proud of
j its fighting and its fighters.
Friday, $15.00 Palm Beach
|^a. suits for $10.95. Rucker's.
j Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Fischer, ac-
companied by Mr. Fischer's moth-
I er, Mrs. Michael Fischer of Tex-
! as. leave tonight (Thursday) for
> a two weeks' visit with relatives
| at Red Cloud, Nebr. Red Cloud
is the old home of Mrs. Fischer,
| sr., and it has been twenty-eight
, years since she has visited it, so
it may be imagined that they will
have a pleasant visit.
Mrs. Geo. W. Miller, who has
been in an Oklahoma City hos-
pital for a couple of weeks, is ex-
pected home next Tuesday. Mrs.
Geo. A. Smith, who was in the
same hospital taking treatment,
returned home this week, much
Her numerous friends will be
pleased to learn that the condition
of Mrs. Ben T. Fleming is all that
could be wished for. She is at
the Sunnyside Hospital, where she
underwent an operation for ap-
pendicitis on Monday.
Women's skirts are tight, but
the money to buy them with is
Boys' $6.50 Palm Beach and
Cool Cloth Suits Friday for only
Judge W. L. Eagleton was in
El Reno on Wednesday attending
the funeral of his old friend and
co-worker in Masonic circles, Mr.
Otto A Shuttee. Mr. Shuttee
was a past grand commander of
the Knights Templar. Mr. Eag-
leton assisted in the Masonic ser-
vices at the funeral.
We pay y u real money if a
Lee Puncture Proof Tire is not
puncture proof. Minteer Motor Co.
Concession Seekers: There will |
be a great crowd here for the
celebration on the 3rd and 4th,
and concessions are going like hot
cakes, according to Wm. Morgan,
jr., and Floyd Westervelt, who are
handling them. They have been
very busy today taking care of
persons desiring concessions, a
number of out of town people
making application. If you want a
concesion, better see them at once
and get in on the ground floor.
Any woman will
agree that the de-
mand of a refrig-
erator first, last
and all the time, is
that "It must keep
the vituals cold."
A refrigerator must be
something more than a box
(or ice and a place to store
food. It must keep the food
cold a(nd it must keep it
cold by a constant circula-
tion of pure, dry air .It must
also be so constructed that
it can lie kept constantly
clean, otherwise germs will
gather and not only destroy
the food, but seriously men-
ace the health of the family.
Bearing these points in
mind, you will lie pleased
when you see the Leonard
Call the next time you are
East Main. Phone 4^1
will make your farm work
Ughter, increase your ef-
ficiency in marketing
your crop. It is made of
best materials and will
stand the heavy usage re-
quired of the farm truck.
When you are in town
come in and let us show
you this general utility
farm truck. Terms may
be arranged if you desire.
Corner Main and Peters
How good they are
when served hot with
salt, pepper and butter!
We receive new roast-
ing ears fresh each
morning. 1 hey are the
first on the market and
are sweet and tender of
Place your order this
evening for a dozen of
these good roasting ears.
the store of white
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has made us many cus-
tomers. Next time you
have a vulcanizing job
bring it to us—If we do
the job you will be satis-
fied—you will become a
Klein Tire Co.
East Main Street
We Pay You For Every Punc-
ture on Lee Puncture
$3.00 for every puncture on front Ford tires.
$4.00 for every puncture on rear Ford Tires.
$5.00 for every puncture on 4-inch tires.
$5 50 for every puncture on 4 1-2-inch tires.
Let Us Convince You that We Have a Real Tire
Minteer Motor Company
Music For the
IN your preparation
for the wedding in-
clude the wedding march
and special music by the
world's most famous ar-
tists. You may have this
music in your own home
without any obligation to
"The phonograph with a
will re-create the most
appropriate music for the
wedding by the world's
Phone 13 and ask
about this service which
will make the occasion
The New Edison
all forms of music—
is like unto the
Reed & Foster
Those dainty, light
light of all the
Successful baking is
guaranteed by using
48 Pounds, $3.00
Phone your order now for a
sack of this better flour.
GET A HOME NOW
CASH OR TIME
6 Rooms, close in
7 Rooms, modern, close in $3,500
3 Rooms, good location $
« • <C1 900
5 Rooms, good location
These are worth the money
McDaniel & Matthews
Canning season is here and all Cali-
fornia can goods will he much higher the
coming year than they have ever been
before. Therefore, every one should can
all the fruit they can, even though you
think cans and sugar are high. _\Ye have
on hand plenty of cane sugar, Mason Jars,
all sizes. The i'anious Economy Jais.
The best jar known to the canning science
is the E. Z. Seal. Call us for prices on caps,
rubbers and all canning utensils.
We are here to serve von. Make Fleming's Grocery
your store. We will keep in touch with the best fruit
farms in the cottntv and will gladly furnish all the market
informations we can obtain.
Yours to serve,
B. T. Fleming
A nice Panama, Leghorn |
or imitation Panama Hat is |
the very thing for these hot |
summer days. We have a |
nice line of Straws, large |
range of styles and prices to =
suit. Come here to make |
Genuine Panamas $5.00
Imitation Panamas $2.00
Hats and Furnishings for
Men and Young Men
R. J. Reynolds
PLAY the smokegame with a jimmy
pipe if you're hankering for a hand-
out for what aila your smokeappetitel
For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question
that cuts you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat worries!
Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is scotfree
from bite and parch and haqds you about the biggest lot of smokefun
that ever was scheduled in your direction!
Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-pal; rolled into a cigarette it
beats the band! Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any
man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing to
figure up the sport you've slipped-on once you get that Prince
Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesystem!
You'll talk kind words every time you get on the firing line!
Toppy r«/ bag a, tidy rad tint, hanJaome pound and half-pound tin Aiumi-
dor a — md—that claaty, practical pound cryatal glaaa humidor igitk
a pons a nioiatanar top that A««p« th• tobacco in such parfect condition.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C.
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