The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 91, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 16, 1919 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
•United Sales Co.
60 Pairs of
p^ViLadies' Pumps in the
ntPliKid — High Louis
lX!|Heel — Colonial de-
^sign, with the long
j,'| vamp effect. This
™Pump is a real $9.00
av value — our special
f>- price for Thursday,
u Friday and Saturday
p. is just
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Phone No. 3. ♦
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Prof. T. F. Pierce and daughter,
Miss Gladys, were Oklahoma City
visitors on Tuesday.
Mrs. J. R. Smith has gone to
Custer county, Okla., to visit a
while with her sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Rae Lindsay ex-
pect to get away about August 1st
for a months stay in Colorado.
Miss Gertrude Siduer and Miss
Willa Mae Tuggle are guests of
Oklahoma City friends on Wed-
+ + +
Miss Mildred Meek and her
brother, Master Charles, are here
from Shawnee visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Ed H. Burke.
! Tennis Slippers for
i Men, Women and
Mrs. L. Meyer and daughter,
Mrs. H. L. Looniis, will leave on
Thursday evening for Colorado
M. T. Hawkins and C. J. llen-
| dricks of Midlothian, Texas, were
here the past week looking after
real estate interests they have in
| this locality.
Mr. and Mrs, Ned Wynne of
j Lexington, and their tieice. Miss
Mabel Wynne of Houston, Texas,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vincent
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miuteer and
daughter, Miss Elveta, and Miss
Vera Griffin, will leave about the
first of August for a stay in Colo-
Miss Edna Bessent entertained
with a slumber party on Saturday
night, having her guests all day
Sunday. Her guests were Misses
Margaret Pendleton, Catherine
Herrington and Dorothy Brooks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Foster and
children. Miss Pauline Quigg and
Messrs Carl Quigg and Harold
McCoy motored to Medicine Park
on Tuesday with the intention of
taking an outing until Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Owen left
Saturday on an overland trip to
Tishomingo, Oklahoma, where
they will have an outing of several
days fishing and camping.
Mr. Mack Ilammett and Mr.
Edwin Minteer were down from
Oklahoma City on Sunday and
spent the day with Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Minteer.
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Miss Elveta Minteer and her
house guests, Misses Martha Mil-
ler and Mary Minteer, of Chilli-
cot h e, Mo., will spend the week
end in Purcell, the guest of Miss
Earl Minteer, who has been vis-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Landt
in Chicago and taking in some of
the summer resorts in that local-
ity, arrived home Wednesday
Mr. Jim Tolbert, who recently
j returned from overseas where he
| made a fine record in the army,
j visited friends in Norman on
j Tuesday. Mr. Tolbert was a mem-
! ber of the winning team in the
j army football games, played in
| Miss Hettie Berry is here from
Muskogee visiting her uncle. Rev.
J. R. Smith.
Mr. Bud Capshaw, after a short
visit with his father, Dr. M. T.
J. Capshaw, has returned to his
duties as a guard at the army
barracks at Fort Leavenworth,
Miss Froma and Miss Arline
Johnson of Norman will arrive to-
morrow to spend several days
with Miss Janet Stuart of 410
West Tenth street. Miss Stuart
was their guest in Norman over
the week-end.—Oklahoma City
On Saturday evening, Mrs. G.
Glenn entertained Messrs. P.
Sapinose and S. Volderas of the
Island of Luzon, P. I., that they
might meet Mrs. C. H. Meeker,
of Tucumcari, N. Mex., who spent
seven years in the Phillipines. The
evening was spent in reminscenses
of mutual friends and the many
beautiful scenes of those beautiful
islands. These gentlemen are stu-
dents in the University and belong
to the Tagalop tribe, which is one
of the leading ones of the Phil-
Some years ago there was an
organizations of ladies in Norman
known as the Priscilla club, of
which Misses Hattie and Callie
Graham, now visting their sis-
ter, Mrs. E. B. Johnson, were
charter members. Mrs. Johnson
conceived the pleasing idea of
having a reunion of the club
members, together with a few
of the old-time friends of the two
ladies, and it was held Monday
evening on the lawn of the John-
son home. There were some 35
guests present, and each one of
them was given a boquet of car-
nations, tied with the Priscilla
colors. Mrs. Johnson, assisted by
her daughter, Mrs. Carl Giles,
served a nice ice course. The two
ladies were among Norman's
most popular ladies when they
resided here, and they were warm-
ly welcomed by their friends, the
time being most pleasantly spent
in recalling old-time happenings.
All of the Sunday school chil-
dren of the Christian church are
requested to be at the church this
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock
to practice for Children's Day.
The program will be given Sunday
Members of Club No. 16 are
finishing the course In Hygiene.
So to show some slight token of
appreciation for the work of our
instructor, we planned a picnic in
her honor. The afternoon of July
11 found us gathered at the home
of Mrs. Jack Merkle. The lesson
proceeded as usual, after which
those present, which included sev-
eral visitors, "climbed aboard" the
waiting cars and were driven to
the chosen grounds a shady group
of willows on the creek north of
the house. We proceeded to
make ourselves comfortable with
the cushions and quilts to sit
upon, the while the children of
the party raced up and down the
creek, their joyous shouts proof
sufficient that they were not miss-
ing their share of fun.
There is something about the
big out doors that gives a keen
edge to one's appetite, so when
some one said "Let's eat the
cream," the motion immediately
carried, and shortly afterwards
the freezer of "real home-made"
brought by Mrs. H. McNamee was
receiving such compliments as,
"My! Isn't this fine!" "Tell us
how you made it?" After the
cream we listened to the reading
by Mrs. McCormick, our club
president, the chapter from the
life of Mrs. Laura Madison, ti e
woman who in the face of dire
misfortune could always see the
humorous. We were especially
interested as this lady is none
other than the mother of our es-
teemed Instructor, Mrs. Morison.
Some time around five or six
o'clock perhaps, the contents of
the baskets were spread forth and
the edibles in view would have
made even Mr. Hoover hungry.
Indeed, the fried chicken, fresh
tomatoes, white bread and big
thick slices of "black" cake were
enough to make us all forget the
substitutes" of last year, not to
mention the thirst quenching
lemonade and ice tea. Then with
merry jests and laughter the after-
noon passed till the shadows
lengthened and the sun sank low-
er, we took our homeward way,
feeling that the few hours spent
there would long be a bright and
OCTAVIA MOORE, Sect'y.
Mrs. Frizer of Wynnewood
was operated upon for appendici-
tis at the Sunnyside hospital on
Tuesday and is getting along
One lot of ginghams at 12 l-2c
the yard Thursday. Rucker's
Rev. J. R. Smith is home from
a visit to his Custer county farms
and reports a good yield of fine
wheat this year. He had in
about 200 acres and will get more
than 5000 bushels.
TO MORNING; GRACE
RAY IS ON STAFF
Shawnee, Okla., July 16.—An-I
nouncement has been made that I
beginning Tuesday the afternoon
publication of the Shawnee Daily |
News-llcrald would change to
morning carrying a full 24-hour
Associated Press leased wire.
Miss Grace Ray, daughter of
Mrs. G. B. Ray, 414 West Sym-
mes, is doing reportorial work on
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
he 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.
United Sales Co.
Where Cars Are Groomed for
Yes, "Groomed"—we take pride in the
results we are getting by this new service—while your automo-
t, r? OUr "evv sl?raKc room one of our expert mechanics
look, after your car, i, i, needs oil, gas, repairs-if anything is
fnr„1 1VT °r broke,n-°r ,llc ,ir« "eed attention, you arc in*
formed at once, so that you may save the expense of a big r'e-
£ *.«• That old saying—"a stitch in time saves nine" es-
penally applies to the upkeep of your car
car to" Wi" appreciatc this REAL service w'hen you bring your
THE PALACE GARAGE
306-308-310-312 East Main Street. Phone 19
W. A. JANSING
We are Responsible for your Car and its Contents while in
Economical and Dli! so
delightful for the ^ffice or
Corner Main and Peters
Policemen in Oklahoma City, it
seems, are getting to be privileged
characters. A few weeks tgo a
man who had merely been author-
ized to take a prisoner to the jail,
with no authority to make arrests
is alleged to have shot at a car
which did not stop at his com-
mand,killing Lyman Crane, an in-
nocent bystander at Fourth and
This man Pamplin enjoyed his
liberty for two or three days be-
fore being arrested, and then the
day after he had made bond and
was released from jail, he was
placed on the city police payroll,
it is claimed.
Then Sunday night, a car car-
rying a policeman in uniform,
came down Broadway at about
thirty miles an hour, and at the
intersection of Fifth street struck
another car, damaging it to the
extent of several hundred dollars.
The policeman went on his way,
while the "poor common man"
was forcer to have his car towed
into a repair shop.
When a complaint was made at
the police station, the man was
answered by the assistant chief,
"well, you know policemen are
privileged to drive fast."
Meanwhile they continue to
draw pay for protecting the in-
terest of the citizens, while they
are really placing it in jepardy at
Rose Moore, 119 E. Beal St.,
Norman, says: "Poor drinking
water caused my kidneys to be-
come badly disordered. My back
pained me and I was in misery
all the time. I also had frequent
headaches and dizzy spells which
blurred my sight. I was so ner
vous I couldn't get around half
of the time. I learned of Doan's
Kidney Pills and bought some.
They sure gave me much benefit,
for the pains left my back and
my eyes ceased to blur. I have
taken Doan's Kidney Pills on sev-
eral occasions since and each
time they have given me immed-
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—
get Doan's Kidney Pills—the
same that Rose Moore had. Fos-
ter-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo,
Summer Complaint Quickly
N Floyd Greenfield, another grad-
uate of the Fleming Business col-
| lege, has secured a position with
i the Office Appliance company of
Oklahoma City, at $70 per month
- | One lot of ginghams at 1.'l-2c
the yard Thursday. Rucker's.
"About two years <*go when suf-
j fering from a severe attack of
summer complaint, I took Cham-
berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rem
edy and it releived me almost in-
stantly," writes Mrs. Henry Jew-
ett, Clark Mills, N. Y. This is an
exceljsnt remedy for colic and
diarrhoea and should be kept at
hand by every family. Adv.
• TRIED IT?
Bring your next job to
us and get MORE miles
irom your tires.
Klein Tire Co.
317 East Main. Phone 691
MULDROW & KIDD
WE HAVE FOR SALE
Good Buys in Norman City Property
Good buys in Farm Lands.
We have cheap money to loan ond well improved farms.
LET US INSURE YOUR PERPERTY
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
What a Heap of Happiness It,
Would Bring to Noramn Homes
Hard to do housework with an
Brings you hours of misery at1
leisure or at work.
If women only knew the cause
Backache pains often come from
'Twould save much needless .
Doan's Kidney Pills are foi
Read what a Norman citizen
Don't rely on a cold patch. Vulcanize your
own inner tubes in five minutes with a Shaler Vul-
canizer. Patches and clamps cost only $1.50 and
work can be done in five minutes.
Common Sense Auto Polish will bring out the
gloss on your car and won't catch dust.
Minteer Motor Company
r -/tem/ // //\ A
Health and Happiness or
the Wash Tub = =Which
Washing and ironing in warm weather is
.drudgery. Why make a drudge out of yourself
when we are here to relieve you of such annoy-
Laundering is our business and our organiation is
equipped to take care of your work as thoroughly and as
satisfactory as you, yourself, could.
We specialie in family washing—rough dry and flat
work—send your bundle when our wagon calls Saturday
morning—it is returned to you Tuesday clean and sweet,
and you have four days of tlie week in which to do the
A guarantee of satisfacti. n and a reputation second to none—all of
which we offer, ought to warrant you at least considering our service.
Phone 71 and let us call for your bundle Saturday morning.
Twenty-Five per cent discount on regular listed bill.
Norman Steam Laundry
L. C. LINDSAY, Manager
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