The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 90, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 15, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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1 lie Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
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~~| Mrs. T. M. Boyd and baby went
to Cleveland, Oklahoma, Tuesday
morning to visit her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. T. F. Renfrow. Dr. Ren-
frow has returned from France,
Perhaps you imagine that dur-
ing the war you gave until it hurt.
You probably know nothing of
pain from that source. Consider
the New York man who died last
A lecturer at the chautauqua in
Erie, Kas., the other night advo-
cated "one church and one party
for all." Just as the Record re-
( porter was leaving the tent, he
where lie has been in the service week, leaving an estate of more heard a woman say, "I am for this
than 2 million dollars, included in
Summer Complaint in Children
the past year.
of Oklahoma i WynnCW0°d
Miss Joe Hodge?
City spent Saturday and Sunday |
with Dr. and Mrs. Francis De- j
Miss Loretta Hullum to Marry:
Mrs. Ben F. Williams and Miss
Florence Furman attended an
elaborate wedding shower party
in Oklahoma City on Saturday
given in honor of Mrs. Williams'
sister, Miss Loretta Hullum, who
will soon wed Mr. Roy Gardner,
well known young man of that
city. Miss Loretta is a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hullum,
and formerly a popular Norman
girl. Her friends here will wish
her every happiness in her mar-
after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C.
B. Rollow. She will return next
week and enter Fleming's Busi-
Just arrived a fine lot of Boys'
Blouses, price $1.00. Rucker's.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Berry, Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Lindsay, Mr. and
Mrs. John McCall, Mrs. Cecil
Dickerson, Mrs. Bess George,
I which was found one first Liberty
bond for $100. It is very evident
that there was a man who gave
I until it killed him.
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IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
SVhat a Heap of Happiness It
Would Bring to Noramn Home?
Hard to do housework with an
ills. Tlidma U,„.„ ,„d | "
treasurer Jim Corbett motored to j If women only knew the cause
Sulphur Saturday evening, for an —that.
outing, returning Sunday. Backa.-he pains often ccme from
I weak kidneys
ii ti - n ' 'Twould
ins. John Iaylor entertained j woe.
with a dinner party on Monday ; Doan's Kidney Pills are
There is not anything like so
many death* from this disea; 3
now as before Chamberlain's Colic
, , , and Diarrhoea Remedy came into
one church and one party business such general use. When this re -
but for me it must be the Metho- edy is given with castor oil as d'-
dist church and the Republican rect?t' ant' Pr°per care is taken
party j to diet, it is safe to say that ful'y
i ninety-nine out of every hundred
cases recover. Mr. W. G. Campbe 1
Mrs. J. L. Corbett of Norman, of Butler, Tenn., says, "I liavo
who has been visiting her daugh- j use^ Chamberlain's Colic and Diar
ter, Mrs. Jim Gault, the past six r\,oe" Rem,e<Jy for summer com-j
\xr«w io i ♦ , , r. . plaint in children, it is far ahead
wteks returned to her home Fn- ; ()f anything I have ever used fori
day. Purcell Register. j this purpose." Adv. I
1 he New Yurk World thinks the i
prohibition amendment is an out-!
rage because it says it will in- j
crease the demand for sugar, and
that will send the price of sugar
higher. This is very unfortunate
just now, because there never was
a time when the world was so sour
or needed sugar so badly.
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Just arrived a fine lot of Boys1
Blouses, pricc $1.00. Rucker's.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave I nee have
received word that their son, Carl,
has been promoted to the posi-
tion of chief wireless operator on
the V. S. S. "Yarncll," and will be
home from San Francisco soon on
evening* her guests being Mr. and
Mrs. S. K. McCall, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Taylor, Mrs. Geo. Miller,
S. T. Burch, Mrs. Manley Bailey
and Misses Nannie and Emelyn
MiGladys Milam of Chelsa
will arrive Wednesday to visit
several days with Mrs. John Lam-
Mrs. J. P. Dellinger and daugh-
ters, Misses Pauline : d Retha,
left Monday evening for Boulder,
Colorado, to spend the ummer.
Iom Matthews Coming Home:
Aaron McDaniel is in receipt of a
telegram from his partner, Tom
B. Matthews, stating that he has
landed at Hoboken from overseas
and would be in Norman in ten
days or so. He has been in M.
C. A. work in France.
Read what a Norman citizen
Rose Moore, 119 E. Beal St.,
Norman, says: "Poor drinking |
water caused my kidneys to be- J
come badly disordered. My back j
pained me and I was in misery j
all the time. I also had frequent
headaches and dizzy spells which
blurred my sight. I was so ner-
I vous I couldn't get around half;
I °'. time. I learned of Doan's i
Kidney Palis and bought some, i
i They sure gave me much benefit, \
j for the pains left my back and |
my eyes ceased to blur. I have
taken Doan's Kidney Pills on sev-
Try This on
If your are afflicted with
any form of dry eczema or
pimples, use the soothing,
healing ointment, Dry Zen-
sal. For llic watery erup-
tions, Moist Zcnsal is the
only sure treatment. 75c a
Reed & Foster
Mayfield's Drug Store
• TRIED IT?
Bring your next job M
from your tires.
Klein Tire Co.
|317 East Main. Phone 5|
Where Cars Ar« Groomed for
-we take pride in the
arc wetting by this new service—while your autoino-
. II 11 neetls nil
badly worn or brok
A telegram received from Mrs.
J. J. Burke on Monday stated that
she rear-id the end of her 5 days'
journe, , Port Townsend, Wash-
s ife 'ml sound, and found her sis.
since and each
given me immed-
j eral occasions
j time they have
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-
get Doan's Kidney Pills—the
Mr. Charles Price of Pauls Val-
ley spent Tuesday with Major I..
Miss Dorothy Brooks is home i
from Massachusetts where she
has been attending Smith Col-
lege, one of the famous colleges
for women in the country. She
will return to the college in the
fall, from which she will graduate
. I same that Rose Moore had. Fos-
t". Mrs. Pattie Andrews, some" ^ilburn C°" Mfgrs., Buffalo,
pile is in our new storage room one of our
looks after your car, if ii needs oil, gas, repairs—if anything is
. worn or broken—or the tires need attention, you are in-
formed at once, so that you may save the expense (if a big re-
pair bill. I hat old saying—"a stitch in time saves nine'* e
pecially applies to the upkeep of your car.
.. ) 011 w'" aPPrec'ate tliis REAL service when you bring your
THE PALACE GARAGE
FOR SALE BY
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Is the best Portabll
Typewriter on thl
market. Writes likl
a large machine, anJ
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Has a'.l modern fea
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ER3 ARE BEST
Dodge Bros. Cars: We are ac-|
cepting orders for Dodge Bros. _
automobiles, i;nd expect a carload i P
in soon. Only twy left inthecar.
Get your order in early Minteer kfl
Motor Co. 86-tf.
The meeting of the New Idea
club dated for Wednesday with
the president, Mrs. J. B. Cheadle,
as hostess, has been postponed
Mrs. Roscoe, house mother at
King Hall, left Monday to visit
her niece, Mrs. Miller Hammett,
of Tulsa, and from there will go
to her home in Kansas City, until
fall, when she will return to Nor-
One lot of ginghams at 12 l-2c
the yard Thursday. Rucker's.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Givens'
dinner guests Sunday were Mr.
and Mrs. Homer Towers, Mrs. D.
E. Finchum and daughters, Ruth
and Fay, of Oklahoma City, and
Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Jones. *
of your own—a "homey
home." \Ye have several
on our For Sale List. Easy
to pay for—cheaper than
to build. Call on us—
there's no obligation in
showing you what we
Muldrow & Kida
127 E. Main Phone 50
Oakes Typewriter Exchange
JO7 West 2nd Street
Oklahoma City, Okla.
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Mrs. Frank Bell and son have I
returned from a visit of several
days with friends in Yukon.
Miss Cora Keith won a $5.00
prize offered by the United Drug
■ >mpany this spring for .^ugges-
" to make the Rexall Weather
' hart calender more effective.
■ ud has been paid the prize by
goods from the Rexall drug store
of this place.
L. C. GILES PHONE 59 W. C. WEIR
Office—First National Bank Building
Giles-Weir Investment Company
FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
Call and see us, we have some good properties listed worth
the money. See us if you desire a loan on farm property
If you have property for sale list it with us.
The added comfort you
enjoy from being proper-
ly prepared for the hot
days is well worth while.
To aid you in selecting
the articles you need we
have arranged a special
list of hot weather com-
forts moderately priced.
Deado Toilet Powder
"Tan-No-More" skin beauti-
Nyal's Face Cream—absorbs,
leaves no shine.
Nyal's Beauty Balm
Baldwin's Trailing Arbutus
These will give you com-
fort and the hot days will
not be so noticeable after
their use. Come in and see
Reed £ Foster
129 East Main.
The A latta Kids
With the Aerating Dasher
TilF, most wonderful of all freezers. Its
astonishing aerating spoons whip air1
into every particle of the cream, making
ice cream that is a revelation in texture
and delicacy. It breaks all records in speed—
makes perfect ice cream in 3 minutes.
Requires much less labor and uses less ice and
salt than any other freezer.
Nolan & Martin
Chevrolet Cars and Accessories
Implements and Hardware
What Makes The Tones
of the Pathe So Clear
Wliv, it's the Sapphire Ball.
A very hard jewel which does not
scratch the record but smoothly,
softly traverses the sound-produc-
ing-grooves in the record, bringing
out the music of voice or instru-
ment without itself making a noise-
No needles to change—no matter
what kind of record you wish to
play—the Pathe is so built that it
plays all records with the wonder-
ful Sapphire Ball.
It will be a pleasure to demon-
strate the Pathe—the wonderful
music reproducing instrument.
Shall we expect you to visit our
Pathe Conservatorv soon?
G ERE'A I.
It is easy to write a good ad,
but it is difficult to make a good
cereal beverage that will make
you smack your lips and say "By
golly I thought they were all alike,
but at last here is one that is dif-
ferent. The best I ever twisted
my tongue over."
PEP is sparkling over with life
- has plenty of snap - the delight-
ful hop flavor and rich creamy
foam that you like so well.
PEP is the one cereal beverage
that will fool the old time con-
noisseurs who have said "it
could not be done."
Try a cold bottle of PEP and
get the surprise that awaits you.
Then you will know why every-
one likes PEP so well.
Order from your dealer, at groceries,
drug stores, restaurants, soda fountains,
confectioneries, etc., or from
.'NORMAN MERC. CO,,
• • Distributors
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
THE INDEPENDENT BREWERIES CO. ST. LOUIS, MO.
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 90, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 15, 1919, newspaper, July 15, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114097/m1/3/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.