The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 201, Ed. 1 Monday, November 24, 1919 Page: 2 of 4
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Published every afternoon except Satup
day, with Sunday morning issue, by the
Transcript Publishing Co., Norman, Olcla
Entered as second-class matter January
2, 1914, at the postoffice, Norman, Okla-
homa, under act of congress of Match ',
Daily Subscription Rates
By mail, one year $o.5C
By mail, six months 2.00
By carrier, one week .10
Office, 215 E. Main St. Phone
FOR SALE—Good horse, or will
trade for two shoates. No. 302 East
Comanche or phone 39. 200-6t.
THE DAILY TRAN^K; . . NOKMAN. OKLt\
NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
The Telephone , Directory goes to
press within the next ten days- For
any changes of name or address or
advertising call <he Manager's of-
fice. phone 390. 197-tf.
W. O. W. NOTICE
Members of Norman Camp. VV. O.
W„ fvy Grove No. 17, W. C., |.ay your
dues to L. A- Leffler at Orenbaun's
hardware store, on or before the 5th
of each month. L. A. LEFFLER
Miss Edna Foster was here from Ok-
lahoma City on Sunday visiting Miss
Mary Burke at the F. F. Fitch home,
318 College. Miss Foster is now
teacher of French and Spanish in the
Oklahoma City high school and says
great interest is being taken in those
languages by the pupils, her classes
in Spanish being especially large.
son, Omer, is doing well at Miami,
Olcla., getting a good patronage in
the practice of law and building up a
( good reputation. Omer is a Norman
boy whose friends are glad to hear
he is prospering.
Mrs- W. C. Henton and aunt, Mrs.
Moseley. left on Sunday for Alvord
Texas. to visit with relatives a few
D. VV. Gooding is now carrier of the
mail between the Santa Fe depot and
postoffice, being employed by the
company at $60 per month. As it
does not require a great deal of his
time it is a fairly good job, giving
him time between trains to engage
in other pursuits.
Mr. J. D. Young tells us that his
j The United Daughters of the Con-
te P , heM its regular meeting
| on Friday with Mrs. Arthur Williams
as hostess and Mrs. J. A. Edwards as
The program was of unusual inter-
est. Mrs. Goodrich read an excellent
jape- o Stand Waite." and a Kensir-
al discussion on Oklahoma history
followed. Delicious refreshments
were served at th* close of the pro-
:n Ai Baggelt assisted in serv-
ing. The next meeting is to be desig-
nated as "Mother's Day". Mrs. Geo
Giles is hostess. A special program
is being prepared.
a week's visit to eastern markets.
The Gamma Phi Beta Sorority en-
tertained their fathers and mothers
who live in Norman with a delightful
dinner. Sunday, at their home, 725
Asp avenue. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Herrington, Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Giles, Mr- and Mrs.
J. C. Vaughn, Mr and Mrs. Jackson,
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter.
W. N. Rucker returned Friday from
a week's visit at eastern markets,
where he and his buyers scoured the
markets. The goods purchased in
the east will begin to arrive tomor-
Mrs. Sam Hooker and Miss Ken-
nedy of Oklahoma City were guests
of Miss Clara May Hooker, Sunday,
at the Pi Beta Phi House.
•Mrs. Velma Parnell and Mrs- Texie
Alder returned Thursday from St.
Louis and Chicago, where they spent
Mr. and Mrs. D- VV. Gooding of
East Main are enjoying a visit from
their brother and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Gooding of Palona, 111.
The brothers married sisters and are
therefore double brothers-in- law, and
sisters-in-law. This is the first visit
of the Illinois Goodings to Oklahoma
and they are greatly pleased with the
city and country.
ROOM for two boys. Call at 421
West Gray- 100-3'"'
FARM FOR RENT.—E. Haksteen,
Norman, Okla. 200-11
LOST—One army wrap legging, be-
tween University on Asp and Main
street. Return to Carey, Lombard.
Young & Co., lumber yard. 200-1*
FOUND—Large bunch of seemingly
very valuable keys. Owner can
recover by calling at the Transcript
office and paying for this notice
DON'T GO HOME hungry. If it's
turkey and dressing, with cranber-
ry sauce you want Thanksgiving |
dinner, come to the English kitchen.
We will serve it. And will do our
best to make you fee! at home. B.
M. Campbell, Prop. 200-3t
WANTED—Two unfurnished rooms
for man and wife, no children. Call
"E" Transcript. 200-3t*
NOTICE: We do family washing at
35c per dozen. Washing and iron-
ing, 75c dozen. We guarantee satis-
faction. We c^ll and get and deliver.
515 N. Porter. I Ml 80!. l'W-3*
25 Colt automatic
FOB SALE- Five-passenger Ford.
Will take good cow in trade. A. F.
Bolland. 201 W. Main I i )-t;
Been run about 1 year. In good me-
chanical condition. 1'his car is a
bargain at $800.
Minteer Motor Co.
BARGAIN in nice 6 room bungalow.
Two blocks north of Christian
•church. $750.00 cash will handle, bal-
ance easy- l'hone Will Boyer, Maple
5699-R, Oklahoma City. l<>7-tf.
FOR SALE—-11 ive-room. Bungalow
on West Boyd street. Monthly
terms if desired. See C. P. I.andt
or phone 258. 176-tf.
FOR RENT—One four room house
on west side, for five months, pos-
session at once. J. D. Pierson, phone
We have an Oldsmobile "8" for sale
at very reasonable price. It you
are looking for a good used -even
passenger car. don't fail to inspect
this Oldsmobile before buying. Fully
Minteer Motor Co.
1'OR REN I" Large, newly furnished
downstairs room Large garage
open to street. 320 N. Peters. Phone
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Ford Coupe For Sale
We have a Ford coupe for sale at
$540. It is in good mechanical shape
and makes a fine winter car.
Minteer Motor Co.
LOS I -Raincoat, with cape attached.
Return to Transcript office and get
$2.00 reward. 199-3*
SEND your hogs, cows, etc., to pack-
ing town by truck and save shrink-
age. Hauling both ways. Call W. D
Roane. Phone 738. 195tf
Sedan For Sale
We have a Sedan for sale that is
practically a new car. Will sell at
a bargain if taken this week
Minteer Motor Co.
LOST—An army trench coat. Com-
bination raincoat and overcoat.
Size about 30. hinder please return
to Phi Gamma Delta house. 535 Uni-
versity Boulevard. Reward. 199-3t
You can save money by looking
over our used car bargains
Minteer Motor Co.
FOUND—Money on Main St- See
Art Wilkerson. 409 N. Ponca.
WHY PAY RENT?
Norman real estate is a safe invest-
mentment. THE LOCAL BUILD-
ING & LOAN association, of Okla-
homa City, capital Fifteen Million
Dollars, has plenty of money to loan
at $14.30. per thousand monthly pay-
ments No red tape or delays, quick
MULDROW & KIDD
Real Estate, Loans & Insurance
Phone 50 160-tf
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With Three-Point Cantilever
Springs New Overland 4 Seems to
"Sail Over The Roads"
THE new Three-Point Cantilever
_ Springs of Overland 4, by their special
construction and design, protect car and
passengers from ordinary road jolts. Hump-
ing, twisting, swaying and vibrating are
wonderfully lessened. 1 he blows of the
road seldom reach you. There is less ten-
dency to bodily fatigue after long rides.
The springs of Overland + attached at
the ends of a 130-inch Springbase j^we the
riding comfort and road steadiness hereto-
fore possible only with cars of long wheel-
base and great weight, yet Overland 4 retains
the 1 ight weight and economy advantages of
Tnree-Point Cantilever Springs protect
the car from the hammering and wear of road
blows. They lengthen its life and reduce
Equipment of Overland 4 is dependable
and complete from Auto-Lite Starting and
Lighting to I liiotson Carburetor.
250,000 miles of test have made the
strength and endurance of this car a matter
See Overland 4 cr the firs: ry'pc v.nity.
Ask for booklet. Overland -) I'ourin^ S845:
Roadster, Crm-e. $1325: S_dan.
• I m
\ lOO inch Wheelb&se 7
228 East Main
MINTEER MOTOR CO
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