The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 101, Ed. 1 Monday, July 28, 1919 Page: 4 of 4
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The Daily Transcript. Norman, Oklahoma
Miss Mary Baker was the guest
of Mrs. J. A. Riling at Oklahoma
City Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. J. J. Baker returned from
St. I.ouis where she spent tin-
past week with friends.
| the public in the Los Angeles
Chamber of Commerce. She also
I attended the lectures and moving
pictures that arc a part of the
daily program. The exhibit is the
! largest of any in the country
maintained hy a commercial organ
ization. Before returning home,
Miss Biggers expects to visit sev-
eral of the many other places of
interest in the Southland.
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Linton of
New Orleans arrived Sunday
afternoon to visit a month with
Mr. Linton's sister, Mrs. j. I\
Smalley aitd brother, J. \V. Linton
Rev. I. L. Flynn of Whitesboro,
Texas will preach at the Nazarene
Church Wednesday evening.. Ev-
Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Frank and
children motored homo Sunday
from Yale, Oklahoma, where
they have been the last week with
Mr. Frank's relatives.
Misses Mary and Esther Biker
will leave the first of August fjt
Colorado Springs and Denver
where they will spend their vaca-
Sherman Davis Better:: llis
friends are glad to learn that
Sherman Davis has so far recov-
ered front the effects of the oper-
ation performed on him at Sunny-
side Hospital for hernia, recently,
that he has been removed to the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Will
Clark, on Jenkins avenue, and
hopes to soon be able to return
to his own home.
Clare Palmer, cashier of the
Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance
Company, returned last Saturday
from a two weeks' visit with bis
■parents at Severy, Kansas.
J. R. Bell of Gainesville, Texas,
came in Sunday evening to spend
a few days with his family.
Garfield Leach was an Oklaho-
ma City visitor, on Monday.
Warren Mayfield, who is finish-
ing bis education in Medicine in
Oklahoma City, is spending his va-
cation with his mother, Mrs. W.
City of the birth on Sunday morn-
ing of a fine boy to Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Highley. "Tab," as he is
better known to his friends, is a
former University boy and a mem-
ber of the Kappa Alphas. Many
friends will heartily congratulate
the young parents.
Mrs. W. W. Johnson of Dallas,
Texas, is spending the week with
Miss Grace Vandiver. Mrs. John-
son was formerly Miss Olive Mc-
Clintoc, a sister of Congressman
James V. McClintoc, and is well
known throughout Oklahoma in
educational circles and the coun-
try generally as a reader of rare
Try This on
If your are afflicted with
any form ot dry eczema or
pimples, use the soothing,
healing ointment, Dry Zen-
sal. For the watery erup-
tions, Moist Zensal is the
only sure treatment. 75c a
Reed & Foster
Mayfield's Drug Store
POWER OF DOLLAR
KEEP ONE MOVING AND SEE WHAT IT WILL DO FOR
Mrs. James Lawrence and chil-
dren returned to their home in
Miami. They were accompanied
home by Mrs. Lawrence's mother
Mrs. Carl, who will visit them for
Miss Helen Biggers, of Nor-
man, was a visitor 011 July 22 at
the big exhibit of Southern Cali-
fornia products maintained free to
Mrs. R. H. Cloyd, formerly Miss
Agnes Chase, spent last week the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Chase of Wynnewood.
S. G. Ainbrister was a business
visitor in Oklahoma City 011 Mon-
Oliver Kendall, former well
known Norman boy, was here
over Sunday from Marietta, Okla.,
visiting friends. He is a son of
Lewis C. Kendall, deceased, form-
erly one of Norman's prominent
CARD OF THANKS
Our sincere thanks are extend-
ed to the many friends of our
dearly beloved wife and mother
for their many kindnesses a
J. B. Raines.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Shives.
Mrs. W. N. Lee.
Mrs. llattie Patterson.
Warren Cooksey left Thursday
morning for Norman where he
goes to make preparations for
entering the university for next
year. He will secure a home and
his mother Mrs. Nellie Cooksey
will go and keep house for him.
Mrs. Cooksey is one of our best
practical nurses and we regret to
lose her -Renfrow's Record, Alva.
News comes from Oklahoma
McDaniel & Matthews
Large frontage Elm St.
One fraternity house, Asp ave.
Residence on Jenkins.
"eg. u. s. pat orr
LOOK FOR THE NAME ON THE LABEL
Just received the largest
r=—_ and best assortment of Lu-
dies' Bathing Suits of the
season. All good swimmers
recognize this noted line of
bathing suits and all will
want one of these styles.
See this assortment while
we have your size.
Prices $9 to $16.50.
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.
WE BUY IT
WE SELL IT
You will find what you
want here—in something
good if you want to buy—
and a good price if you
want to sell.
J. Ross Bridgwater
203 W. Main. Phone 423
PAYS MULTITUDE OF DEBTS
When It Is Sent Out of Town, However to Pay For What
Can Be Bought at Home It Is Gone Forever
Kimberlin It Is a rather wonderful thing, when
Stylish and Durable Clothing | you stop to think about It what one,!
For Men and Young Men
EAST MAIN STREET
Vicars & Beaird
FLOUR, FEED AND MEAL
We pay highest prices for poultry
Courteous treatment and
prompt Service. Try us.
320 E. Main. Phone 194
We try to carry everything for automobiles. When
you can't find yhat you want elsewher, come here.
Repairs for Stewart Speed- Rim Lug Bolts
ometers. Oil and Gas Lines
Ford Switch Locks
Repairs for Vacuum Floats
Repairs for Dodge Bros, and Overland Cars.
GIVE OUR REPAIR SHOP A TRIAL
MINTEER MOTOR CO.
Visit our T'athe Conservatory.
An instrument which duplicates
the voices and music of the best
Meyer & Meyer
Call and see the Round Oak
Moistair system of heating be-
fore placing your order for heat
in your new home. Get the il-
lustrated Moistair book on home
and it may save you much time
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
Car Tops a Specialty
G. W. Polk
125 East Gray
For Real Bargains
United Sales Co.
Velie and Case Cars, Trucks and
Also good second hand Reo and
Dodge cars for sale.
J. L. FOREE, Mgr.
Kodak Films developed FREE
Prints 2c to 4c each
Fine photos at one half price
Over Reed & Fosters drug store
The Man Of The Hour
takes a commendable pride in his personal
appearance. He wants to show by his up-to-
a millionaire, but he dresses in such a way
cess—that he is prosperous. _He may not BE
a millionaire, but he dresses in such a way
that he "feels like one." Feeling that way
helps to bring success and hold to it.
Isn't it really a great source of satisfaction to
know absolutely that the clothes you are
wearing fit you perfectly—that they are hand-
tailored and shaped to your personal form
and that the style put into them is the COR-
RECT style and put there to stay?
If you agree with us, then note this important
AT OUR STORE
July 30 & 31
a special representative of Chicago - Kahn Bros.
TAILORS THAT SATISFY, will be at your ser-
vice. He will carry a bip trunk of full length fah-
rics—of the newest snappiest woolens ever shown
—dependable in quality and attractive in price. All
the new greens and browns and iridescents—silk
stripes, herring-bones, hard and soft finished worst-
eds—staples and novelties and in overcoatings, also
raincoatings in abundance.
He is an expert in the art of taking measures and an
authority on men's styles.
Come and see this wonderful line, whether as a
prospective customer or merely a visitor.
You are welcome.
If you place your order—the time of delivery can
be fixed at any later date to suit your own con-
venience but general market conditions, make it de-
sirable that you order your fall clothes without de-
Your absolute satisfaction in every respect is
guaranteed both by Chicago-Kahn Bros, and by us.
E. C. Green
For First Class Work
Star Shoe Shop
110 N. Peters
EVERYTHING TO READ
Edison Phonographs, Victor^
Talking Machines and records
REED & FOSTER
Drugs, Wall Paper, Oils, Glass
Fancy and Toilet Articles
We Want Your Business
Minnetonka Lbr. Co.
| Phone 51. C. W. Vaughn, Mgr.
I We have got it, We will
get it, or it is not made.
Barker Lumber Co.
Everything in building material.
Repair All Makes of Cars
Good line of Used cars for sale.
O. B. Blakney
When you want a vulcaniznig job
done that will stay vulcanized let
us do it. All we ask is one trial
We handle REAL Tires
Klein Tire Co-
230 E. Main
M. F. Fischer & Son
Plumbing and Steam Fitting
Estimates furnished on steam
and power plants.
Pneumatic water and acetylene
plants for rural homes.
ARE THE BEST
vi* ■ rne and repairing of
Or for a good used car come to
Minteer Motor Co.
East Main St.
lone dollar will do, If It Is kept at1
work. This has been Illustrated In a
striking manner on several occasions!
iby means of a very simple experiment.,
|If you want to see just how Important,
p role a silver dollar or a dollar bill,
'plays In the life of a community here,
(is the way to do it. Just attach a tag
ito the dollar and turn It looso, with
'the request that every person who
receives the dollar make a note on the
tag as to how he received It. The re-
sult will be an eye-opener.
Here Is the way It works: Smith,
the lumber dealer, who first possesses
the dollar, buys some groceries from1
Brown and pays for them with the dol-
Iar. About that time Jones, the plum-
ler, who had done some work for
iBrown, sends his collector around and
[Brown pays the bill with this dollar,
[jones owes Green, the printer, a small
^advertising bill, so he sends this dollar
with possibly some others, to Green
■to pay his bill. Green hi)d just put
the dollar in his cash drawer when
in comes Black, the milkman, to whom
[Green owes a dollar for milk delivered
at his house. Green takes the dollar
but of his cash drawer and pays;
Black. For some time Black has owed
White, the carpenter, for some work'
done on his dairy house, so now he
takes the dollar that Green has paid
him and pays up what he owes White.
White still owes for some lumber that
he bought from Smith, the lumber
dealer, so he takes the dollar and
squares up his account with Smith.'
Smith now has his dollar back. Brown
has been able to pay his plumbing
hill, Jones has squared up with the
printer, and so on, all around the
What Might Have Happened.
Now suppose that Smith, instead of
buying his groceries from Brown, had
purchased them from a mail order
house in a far distant city and sent his
dollar to pay for them. Brown would
not have had that dollar to pay Jones,
khe plumber; Jones could not have
paid his printing bill; the printer would
have had to stand off the milk man;
White, the carpenter, would not have
got the money for the work he had
done for the milkman and Smith would
not have got the money which White
owed him for lumber.
This Is all so simple that it requires
no student of economics or professor
of mathematics to figure it out. Any-
one can see that when Smith sends
that dollar to Chicago or some other
city where the mail order houses flour-
ish, that dollar is gone so far as Smith
find Jones and Green and the rest of
the people in Smith's town are con-
cerned. That dollar will never come
back to pay any bills In Smith's town.
And the thing that stands out most
striking, but is most often overlooked,
Is that Smith, the man who first spends
the dollar, Is hurt just as much when
he sends that dollar out of town as is
the home grocer from whom he might
have bought his groceries.
Now just multiply this one dollar by
a hundred or a thousand or ten thou-
sand. One dollar may not seem to
make much difference In the average
town, but n thousand dollars or even
a hundred dollars does make a differ-
ence. Just as one dollar will pay a
dozen or a hundred small bills, a hun-
dred or a thousand dollars will pay a
dozen or a hundred big bills. When
Brown, the grocery man, owes a thou-
sand dollars and can't pay It, he is j
headed for the bankruptcy courts.
When Jones, the plumber, can't collect
the money which is due him from
Brown or maybe a dozen Browns, he Is
headed In the same direction as Brown.
And so It goes all around the circle
until it hits Smith or a dozen Smiths
who have sent their money out of town
to ndd to the fortunes of the mall order
Buyer One Who Is Hurt.
Thus, it will be seen that this buy- j
at-home proposition is really a selfish !
one with the man who buys the goods, j
He Is not hurting the home merchant j
when he sends his money out of town,
any more thnn he Is hurting himself. I
Every sensible man knows that his 1
livelihood depends upon whether busi- '
ness in his town Is good or not. If !
business is not good, he cannot make a !
good living for himself and his family, j
no matter how hard he may work, and ;
business cannot be good if the busi- j
ness men in the town are not making '
money. This Is a plain business propo- I
sltlon for every man nnd woman in the j
community. By spending their money j
nt home they are helping the home i
merchant only incidentally. They are
buttering their own bread. When they
send their money to the mail order
house, they are not only hurting the
home merchant incidentally but—a
thing more Important to them-—they
ore likely to be taking the bread out
of the mouths of their own children.
For Everything in Styles
First National Bank
The Bank where you
Feel at Home
Oldest and Largest in Cleveland
Great Reduction in Millinery
We are offering all trimmed 1
at greatly reduced prices—,
I good, up-to-date goods
124 1-2 East Main Street
M. Z. Anderson
The Green Frog
For Sodas and Sweets
A full line of fresh chocolates
lour patronage solicited and
Powell & Madden, Props.
FOR OLD AND NEW
Call in and See
West Main Street
J. A. Mclntire ^
Livery and Garage
West Main Street
When Looking for
Fleharty & Co.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
All Work Guaranteed
We repair, rewind or rebuild
Electric Motors, Starters and
Generators. Machine hvork,
forge work and Actylene Weld-
Norman Machine and
113 So. Peters
For your Hardware, Wagons,
Buggies, Harness E-Z fit collars.
New Improved Chevrolet tour-
Nolan & Martin
When you want accessories why
run all over town. We have the
most complete line of accessories
and parts in Norman. We solicit
THE BEST DRY GOODS AND
GROCERIES AT LOWEST
Oklahoma Gas &
LIGHT, HEAT and POWER
Norman Music Co.
Waltham i lano Company
Manufacturers, Milwaukee, Wis.
0. C. Banks
LIVERY AND BAGGAGE
101 East Main Phone 48
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