The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 85, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 9, 1919 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman. Oklahoma
Don't fiiil to go to Rucker's for
your white pumns and oxfords. '
The Daily Transcript
J. O. FOX, Editor
f^ublisbed every afternoon except Sunday FOR SALS* Wood MW With LM -
Vy the Transcript-Enterprise Publishing Co. engine on truck. The engine Can
~~~~ T~ ~ be used as power to thresh broom
J. O. FOK - - President corn straw. Geo Howe, 401 Chau
J. BURKE - Secretary-Treas. tauqua Ave., phone HS-o*
ACCUSTOMED TO IT.
R. H. PARHAM k - Business Mgr.
— ! DO you want sonic nice lots near
Eatered as aecond-class matter January ^he University or a house built
mtna, under act of congrcsa of March 3,
| (leorgc O Howe,
—-— Ave., phone 346.
Office, 215 East Main Street. Telephone 3.
Notice to All
Base Ball Fiends
Men ko to Rucker's for your i
cool suits, $6.95 to $25.00. j .
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DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By mail, one year $:i.50j 111
tif n>ail, six months 2.00 ASP'
By carrier, one week — .10
WANTED: A dishwasher and help
A man took a friend to an opera
The music, grand as it wa.<, sound-
ed a little noisy, more especially There will be a meeting of all
when the bang of drums and the the "fiends" in Norman at the
crash of symbals occurred at in- I City Hall on Wednesday night at
tervals. But the friend'? face re- : 8:30 for the purpose of organizing
mained unmoved. 1 a city ball league, de there on
"Doesn't this glorious volume of time, and let us have some good
sound affect you!" , games this summer.
"Oh, not in the least," was the JOHN G. LINDSAY,
j calm reply. "Y-ou forget I am a JOHN W. BARBOUR,
I New arrival of ladies waists of
j crepe De Chine and Georgette
Crepe at Rucker's.
in the kitchen.
Phone 020, 700
WANTED—Plain sewing, and
making of silk shirts. Mrs. M. E.
Davis, 109 East Symmes. 84-Ht.
CAI.L Brooks Pierce, phone 724,
211 West Symmes, if you want
a message delivered any place in
the city for ten cents. 85-3*
C. A. JENNINGS.
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LOST: One gray side curtain for
auto—McDaniel & Matthews
STRAYED—A red sow pig weigh
ihg about 125 pounds. Leave
word at Transcript office. 84-3t.
LOST— A dgor off Oldsmobile
in south part of Norman Re-
ward. Transcript office. 84-3t.
WANTED—A cook at the Pierson
T«'OR SALE: An excellent piano,
in A1 condition, cash or install-
ments. Phone 463. 80-6
FOR SALE: Jersey cow. *••• *'
two gallons of milk a day.
Price $50.00, 423 North Find'ey.
WANTED: Experienced girl or
woman for general housework,
family of three. Mrs. H. P Meyer,
Phone 351. 80-tf.
FOR SALE—Five horsepower
Senaca in good condition, run
about 3000 miles. See Claud Pick-
LOST—On the University Boule-
vard or Main St, 36x4 1-2 buck-
skin inner tube. Reward. Holtze-
hue Motor Car Co. 85-3t
MR BUSINESS MAN.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY SOME-
THING IN OKLAHOMA CITY?
If so, call Wal. 1516 The Con-
solidated Sales Service, Buyers
service 406 Herskowitz Bldg. and
we will you where you can
get it and get it for you. Service
First. We bring Oklahoma City
to your door at any moment. Use
us as your broker.
CENSUS CLERKS, (men, women
4000 needed. $92 month. Age, 18
upward. Experience unnecccssarv.
For free particulars of examin-
ations, write J. Leonard (former
Government examiner) 887 Equi-
table B!dg. Washington. 84-2*
You Can Save Money
On Car Repairs
I lie larger per ccnt of repairs on your
car could have been saved had you hut
known the real condition of the
Ladies Take Notice—I will be in
Norman one week, fully prepar-
ed to repair all makes of sewing
machines on a guarantee. Head-
FOR SALE—Orchard containing I quarters 136 West 6th street.
2000 trees estimated at two | ok,ahoma citv. At Norman> 224
bushels apples to the tree, at a
bargain. See L. H. Marvell, one
kept going day alter day—then something
broke, a tire blew out,or was it the oil that
was out? You were sure you had plenty
"A Stitch in Time Saves Nine"
I lie new Palace Storage Service will save you mon-
v on repairs, because while your car is in our large,
lire-proof storage room ail expert mechanic examines
your ear in detail and reports its needs to you—advises
with you—"a stitch in time saves nine"—you save money
and we make a regular customer becau-c you will appre-
ciate this service.
Call and see our new storage room.
THE PALaCz GARAGE
306-308-310-312 East Main. Phone 19
W. A. JANSING
mile north of Franklin.
1-2 East Main (Winsom Rooms)
phone 155 or 671. Instruct hem-
stitching LOUIS K. WALKER.
FOR SALE—Nearly new L. C.
Smith typewriter and Todd
Protectograph check writer. 406
Herskowitz Bldg. Oklahoma City.
If you want to buy anything from
office furniture to real estate Call
Wal. 1516 406 Herskowitz build- i *
ing. We can tell you where it can
be bought for l.'.-V Buyers So v: c | vulcanizing insures extra mile-
Service First. age cut of your tires. Brine. |
LADIES TAKE NOTICE—I Will
be in Norman one week, fully
prepared to repair all makes of
sewing machines on a guarantee.
Headquarters 136 West 6th street
Oklahoma City. Phone 155 or 671,
Norman.— Louis K. Walker. 84-3
your vulcanizing to us.
will do the job right.
KLEIN TIRE CO.
East Main Street
Bargains in Paint
Your choice of aity color Sewell's or Simmons' brand
pure lead and pine paint until Saturday, July 19, at 10
per cent less than regular price.
Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Brushes and Painters' Accessories.
, This is your opportunity to paint your home at a nice
saving in money. Call and let us estimate your paint hill be-
fore July 19.
Quality, Price and Service Right
121 East Main Street. Phone 491.
Made of well-
seasoned, ;k i 1 n -
sawed oak, lined./
with o d "o rl e s s
white spruce, and
lated bet w e e 11
walls a n d doors
with highly sani-
tary mineral wool.
Isn't it wonderful how an air-tight refrigerator can
keep dry inside, yes, so dry that matches, salt andsara-
toga chips stored on shelves will never show the least
trace of dampness? A wet rag hung on a shelf in a
Jlerrick will dry in 3 to 5 hours.
An Alabama dealer handling the Merrick Refriger-
ator, tested the Derrick against other refrigerators for
quality and economy by storing strawberries in all of
them for a week. At the end of the test the strawberries
m the Merrick were perfect, while those in the other re-
frigerators were molded.
it's perfect circulation in the Merrick that does it.
Ask your neighbor.
Nolan & Martin
Hardware and Implements. Chevrolet Cars. Accessories
Ike Mission of
Swill & Company
Swift & Company has become
one of the large businesses of the
world through continuing to
meet the growing needs of a
nation and a world.
Society has a right to ask
how the increasing responsibil-
ities and opportunities for use-
fulness which go with such
growth are being used by the
men who direct its affairs—and
the men have the right to answer:
To promote the production of live
stock and perishables and in-
crease the food supply;
To reach more people with more
and better meat;
To make a fair competitive profit,
in order to reimburse the
25,000 shareholders for the use
of their capital, and to provide
for the future development of
To reduce to a minimum the costs
of preparing and distributing
meat and to divide the benefits
of efficiency with producer and
To live and let live, winning
greater business only through
greater usefulness, with injury
to nothing but incompetency,
inefficiency and waste; to deal
justly, fairly, and frankly with
These are the purposes and
motives of the men who direct
the policies and practices of
Swift & Company.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
215 West Main. Phonell
215 W. Main. Phone 622
to sell or want to buy any
thing, don't fail to call at
this store, where you will
be given a "SQUARE
DEAL" in every way.
Fine line of new furn-
iture at prices that are
Telephone 622 and let
us 'eli you about it.
FOR SALE BY
Is the best Portable
Typewriter on the
market. Writes like
a large machine, and
only weights 7 lbs.
Has all modern fea-
tures of a large ma-
chine, and carrying
case equipped for
. stationery. All for
Transcript - Enterprise $50.00 cash. Terms
Norman, Okla. desired.
— or —
„ , _ . „ . ERS ARE BEST
Oakes Typewriter Exchange
207 West 2nd Street
Oklahoma City, Okla.
State Dealers ior Oklahoma
We Have the Good Old Summer
Time Foot Wear
Just the Shoes to Keep Your Feet Cool
One lot of Men's $4.50 Canvas Oxfords, latest styles
at only . .-__$3.45
Men's $4.00 white canvas Oxfords with Neolian heels
and soles, at only the pair -$2.95
Ladies' $4.00 white canvas Oxfords, with either mil-
itary or Louis heels at only - $2.95
Ladies' $6.00 white rain cloth Oxfords with white
ivory soles and military heels at only per pair . .$4.95
Ladies' $4.00 canvas pumps with baby Louis heels, very
stylish shoe, with dream toe, at only per pair . . _$2.95
W e have a complete line of all kinds o'f tennis shoes
for men, women and children at the lowest prices.
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