The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 82, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 6, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
Mr. and Mrs. Ed B. Johnson,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor, Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Brewer, Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Kidd, Mrs. John Taylor,
Mrs. H. T. Miller of Oklahoma
City, Misses Hattie and Caffie
Graham, Miss Bettie Miller, Lieut.
Pinney, Major P. Kidd and Messrs.
Neil, Montford and Graham John-
son erijoyed a picnic dinner at
Doll's Park on the Fourth.
Mrs. John W. Barbour gave a
line party at the Liberty on Wed-
I nesday night, followed by a slum-
I ber party at her home the same
night in honor of the sixteenth
birthday of her daughter, Miss
Jeanette. Her guests were Misses
| Mildred Lee Williams, Mary Cath-
' erine Maguire, Nellita Jones, Mil-
! dred Holland, Erma Hunter of
j Hobart, and Maxine McFarland,
of Peoria, 111.
| Mrs. Ed H. Burke is expecting
I her mother, Mrs. Minnie Womack,
j on Sunday, from Cameron, Texas,
! on a nextended visit. She will be
accompanied by her son, J. D.,
well known to Normanites. He was
I a member of the famous 90th Di-
] vision, in the artillery branch, and
j saw much active service overseas,
and was a member of the Army of
occupation at Coblenz. Germany.
A letter from Theodore Aszman
tells us he and Mrs. Aszman are
now at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colo.,
which he says is a "bit of Para-
dise." They expect to be home
about Saturday of the coming
cript for a few months. He is now
pastor of the Southern Methodist
Church at Wadesboro, N. C., but
evidently longs to hear from Nor-
Pennsylvania "Vacuum Cup'' Tires
Goodyear Service Station—all the name implies—
not only Goodyear tires and tubes, but we give you ad-
vice as to the best tare of your tires—how to get more
miles of service for your money.
Our large vulcanizing business has been
built on the good service we give—the
workmanship and results you get—that's
the Klein Quality Service. Try it next
time—and be satisfied.
Klien Tire Co.
East Main Street *
A letter from Kev. E. R. Welch
formerly pastor of the M. E.
church, South, in this city, tells
us to send him the Daily Trans-
The minature house displayed I
on the Minnetonka Lumber com-1
pany's float in the parade was
certainly suggestive, as indicating
what the company was dealing in.
The naked (?- boy in the Fle-
harty bath tub was also a good
advertisement. In fact all the
floats were good advertisements.
Men, you need look no farther
for shoes. Ruckers handle Hanan,
King Quality and Douglas.
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.
$5 50 for every puncture on 4 1-2-inch tires.
Let Us Convince You that We Have a Real Tire
Minteer Motor Company
Good Window Shades
Keep the Hot Sunshine
out of your Windows
Our stock is complete," shades are
easy to put up, or we will put them up;
See our line of Correct Curtain Rods.
This is a new extension rod that will
fit any window; is rigid; will not sag.
Suitable for any room.
Such a bunch of hammocks! Come
before they are all gone.
New Rucrs! For the bedroom, for
the living room, for the dining room,
for every room. Quality and prices
Rent a Thor Vacuum Sweeper
from us and clean your old rugs
Phone 491—"We are coming now,"
Furniture and Hardware
121 Fast A Tain Street. Phone 401
A Place of Safety for
Once tried, you will appreciate the
REAL VALUE you receive at the New
You drive your car U> our door, where
we assume all responsibility Tor the car
and its contents while in storage.
While in our large, fire-proof storage
room an efficient workman inspects your
car—tests the tires, engine, sees to the oil,
gas and water, and a report is given to
you when you call for the car.
This service will save you money in the upkeep of
the car, because we look after the little things that you
haven't the time or inclination to do; will assure you
against lo$s of parts or articles you may have in your car.
You will like the service and appreciate it when you
Start the next month on the Safety
basis—bring your car to the Palace.
THE PALACE GARAGE
306-308-310-312 East Main. Phone 19.
W. A. Jansing
The Hot Point is the Best
Make your ironing a time and mon-
ey saving operation. Conserve your
strength, maintain your good health
and preserve your beauty by abolish-
ing the laborious method of ironing
with the old fashioned iron.
Use an electric iron and save steps—
steps that sap your strength and ener-
gy—the needless steps you take when
ironing the old way.
OKLAHOMA GAS & ELEC-
TRIC COMPANY• •
Christian Science.—First Church
of Christ, Seientist: Regular
services at the church edifice on
West Eufaula at 11 o'clock. Sub-
ject: "God." Golden Text from
Psalms: "The Lord is my rock,
and my fortress, and my deliverer;
my God, my strength, in whom I
will trust." Wednesday evening
testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock.
All are invited to these services.
Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock. The
reading room at the church is
open from 2:50 to 5 o'clock Wed-
nesday afternoon, when literature
may be read or purchased.
Christian Church.—Corner Main
and Webster. Bible School at
10 a. m. Preaching and Commun-
ion services at 11 a. m. Junior
Endeavor at 3 p m. High School
and University Endeavor societies
at 7 p. m. The pastor's subject
for the morning will be: "World
Liberty through Christ." We have
two great illustrations at hand,
the -one the great war waged by
Germany, the other the Willard
and Dempsy Fight. Special mus-
ic will be furnished by a mixed
quartett. A most cordial invita-
tion is extended to the public.—
D. A. Wickizer, pastor.
L T. and E. V. Monnett enjoyed
a visit the past week from their
father, Mr. Ira Monnett, formerly
well known citizen of this city.
He is still in the laundry business
at Eufaula, Okla., and enjoying a.
Our Family Laundry Service
—What it is
A help that will simplify your par-
ticular washday problems—such is
our Family Laundry Service.
If you are one of the many house-
wives who prefer to do some of their
ironing themselves, and to have the
washing done "out' this service will
appeal to you.
These are its features:
Our driver caills for your family
bundle at a definite time each week,
and we do your washing in our cus-
tomary consiredate and sanitary
Also we iron the flat pieces, like
tablecloths, bed linens, and towels.
The other articles, Si immacuately
clean, and startched when necessary,
we carefully fold and leave you to
Our driver delivers the bundle to
you again at a definite time—every-
thing as sweet and clean as you
could wish, and the flat pieces fin-
ished in a way that will delight you.
We relieve you of the steam, spash-
ing, muss and toil of the washtub—
and what is of equally vital concern
to yoiT as a thrifty housewife, there
is no boiling, no rubbing, and no
bleaching to wear out household lin-
ens and garments. Our method is
simply one of thorough sousing and
^rinsing in clean, soft water and suds
of pure white soap.
To you we leave only the ironing of
the lighter pieces.
Doesn't ths appeal to you as being
immensely easier and much more
economical than the antiquated
scrub board way?
We can save you time, labor and
clothes for you—telephone and our
driver will call.
Norman Steam Laundry
ARTHUR WILLIAM, Manager
Your opportunity is here if you
want to own a Fordson Tractor
are now within the reach of any ambitious farmer
$750 F. O. B. Detroit
In the past when Henry Ford first placed on the market
the famous Ford Automobile, the demand and sales govern-
ed the price.
So it is today with the Fordson Tractor. The universal
satisfaction the Fordson Tractor has given its users has crea-
ted a demand for this efficient tractor in all branches of
farm work-Mhe. plowing of the field, the planting, the harvest
of the grain and the many and various uses it fills—has in-
creased the demand and sales t< -nich an extene that the in-
creased output of the factory i- now sold at a considerably re-
We have sold out our present supply of Fordson Tractors, and have several or-
ders booked ahead. We expect to receive a carload of these tractor^ in a few days,
and if you have had in mind placing your farm on a more efficient and productive
basis, place your order now, as this car will probably not last long.
Call and see us this week when you're in town, or write
Distributors of the Fordson Tractor for Cleveland and McClain Counties.
104 West Main Phone 21
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