The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 201, Ed. 1 Monday, November 24, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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the daily transcript, norman, oklahoma.
UNIVERSITY TO CLOSE
FOR TURKEY HOLIDAYS
Thanksgiving holidays at the uni-
versity will start at noon Wednes-
day, Nov. 19th and last until 8 o'clock
Monday forenoon, Dec. 1st- While
* number of students who live in
distant parts of the state will leave
for home Wednesday, a majority of
them will remain until Thursday
wfcen they will go to Oklahoma City
for the Sooner-Aggie football game.
NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
The Telephone Directory goes to
press within the next ten days. For
any changes of name or address or
advertising call the Manager's of-
fice, phone 390. 197-tf.
Attorney and Mrs. Edgar Young
were here from Oklahoma City on
Sunday, visiting Mr. Young's par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Young. Ed-
gar now holds a good state position
and is "making good."
Mrs. Sam H. McCall and Mrs.
Mary C. Johnson gave a six o'clock
dinner on Sunday evening in honor
of their brother and wife, Mr. and
[ Mrs- Geo. C. Cobb, of West Plains,
Mo„ at the home of Mrs. McCall.
Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. L.
C. Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mc-
Call, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McCall,
Mrs. Madge Dickerson, Miss Bess
George, Mr. and Mrs- Clint Johnson,
Miss Thelina Lindsay and Messrs.
Worthington Taylor, Dickerson, jr..
and McCall jr. A most pleasing
family reunion is reported.
Messrs Jay Sherman and Sam
Ilawk are here from Lexington today
attending the resale at the county
treasurer's office. Lots of Lexington
property is being offered, but over
$1000 worth in that town has been
redeemed since the" list was first pub-
them with us.—PEARL WELLS
_ Rev and Mrs. Theo. H. Aszman
visited in Arkansas City on Mon-
day. Mr. Aszman being invited to
j make an adress before the Rotary
club of that city-
Mr. and Mrs. Rae Lindsay, Mr-
land Mrs. Milton Meyer, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Meyer, Mr: and Mrs. R.
F. Ellinger, Messrs John Lindsay,
Sam Crawford, Will Hetherington.
and Jim Corbett attended the Shriti-
ers' dance at the Auditorium in Ok-
lahoma City Friday evening.
U. S. Tubbs, "the nice man to do
business with," has put up some nifty
Interesting Revival Services: The
revival meeting at the Free Metho-
dist church is progressing quite well
and are most interesting. Rev. James
Wright is a forceful preacher of the
oldtime religion- On Sunday night
the evangelist's sermon which was
on Paul's commission was with no
uncertain sound. The congregation
was deeply moved with the spirit of
God. The meetings will continue all
this week, and we desire you to enjoy
signs throughout the country—an ar-
row in red, designating the way to
U. S. Tubb's store.
Mr. and Mrs- Fred Burris are here
from Wichita. Kans., visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W. N. Rucker. Mr- Bur-
ris is clerk of the court of Sedgwick
county, being elected a year ago by
4200 majority. He is a very pleas
ant gentleman and one who meets
him can well imagine how popular he
is with his home people. He ran
on the republican ticket.
dr. forrest h. hale
Office Hours Afternoons
210 1-2 W. Main. Phone 575
l was mere to make a sketch or
lier. ■ Luncheon was just over, and
*he was talking to a little knot of
women. The first,
I slid quietly into a
mitly my own tasty
eon. I liked her.
fortably as si
and ears 1>)
"Between "the dark an
ihe was quoting, "th
lit of pause
labres. First I had
Then, when thej;
o toddle, I tiv
ue in my
dren's Hour like a fe- st. For th
tiny toddlers there is a varie.
menu, sometimes Uneeda *3iscui
and milk, sometimes Graham Crack
ers, Oatiueal Crackers or Lunch Bis
cult. This is changed on speeia
j occasions te Old Time Sugar Cook
1 coin-1 ies ot^jjMKewtons and, rarest o
m. my pen days when we tun
~ Team and Nabisco, and thosi
were our party days.
iys aj "Don't think my hour is just i
world [ lunch hour. It started us happily
for us sure the;
n imr-it fee<
Always ready— |"us
always fresh — always wel-
come. An appetizer at the be-
ginning of the meal, making the best
soup better, and the final touch of satis-
faction when the cheese and coffee are
served. Nothing can take the
place of U needa Biscuit
on the family table
"You see, eveS
vent on. "are much"
lials. They are most lo
nost tractable after they®
something to eat. National Bis?
iaintles always hegin our Chil"
^on'.v Nation a
^an be. During tin
my babies were growini
" never missed the •Chil
Hour with its tasty feasl
TURKEYS on foot.
Fresh Pork and Beef of all kinds.
VEGETABLES AND FRUITS
Cabbage, pound 5C
Sweet Potatoes (yellow), bushel $1.25
Cranberries, quart 15c
Cauliflower, trimmed, pound I7l/2c
Grapes, pound i5c
Bananas, dozen 45c
Oranges, dozen 35c, 50c, 60c
Fancy Johnatban Apples, peck $1.00
Ben Davis cooking apples, peck 50c
Grape Fruit, 3 for 25c
i'resh fomatoes, pound 15c
NUTS OF ALL KINDS
Walnuts, No. 1, pound 50c
Brazils, No. 1, pound 40c
Almonds, No. 1, pound 40c
Pecans, borne raised, pound 15c
Fancy Cookies, both in packages and bulk.
Red Star Flour, sack $3.15
Wichita's Best Flour $3.15
L. C. GILES
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.
Everything for a good Thanksgiving
There's fresh, crisp celery, fancy eat-
ing apples, cooking apples, candied citron,
candietl lemon peel, candied cherries,
stuffed olives, ripe olives, pickles, fresh
oysters. Turkevs on foot or dressed.
Cranberries, per pound, 13 cents.
Xo. 2 Standard Corn, per ease $3.25
No. 2 Standard Peas, per ease $3.25
Xo. 2'/-> Standard Tomatoes, per ease $3.90
Fancy Navy Beans, 11 lbs. for $1.00
BARBOUR'S SANITARY GR0.
Quality unquestionable in dress
shirts, extensive showing, $2.50 to
Silks, Madras, Percales, Silk and
Linen. New shipment just received.
Hanan & Sons and W. L. Douglas,
in all leathers; English and straight
lasts; $7.50 to $17.50.
S. D. MORGAN
New and Second Hand Goods
If you want to buy or wan? to sell
anything don't (ail to call at this
store, where you will be given a square
deal in every way. Fine line ot new
furniture at prices that are very low.
Telephone 622 and let us tell
you about it
21S W. Main.
Jf you have any form of
dry Eczema or Pimples,
heal your skin with the
soothing ointment Dry
•Jensl Fcr ths watery
eruptions Moist Zenzal
will give speedy relief.
ISc a jar.
REED & FOSTER
The Clement Mortgage Company
We have for sale at all times choice 6 per cent, tax exempt,
farm mortgages ranging in amounts from $500.00 to $5,000.00 se-
ized ,mpr0ved farrns worth two and one half ti""' the amount
We also have for sale second lien notes, junior to our own first
mortgages, only, running one and two years ranging in amounts
from $50.00 to $200.00 netting 8 per cent, tax exempt, and fully
guaranteed as to payment at maturity.
PAID CAPITAL $75,COO.OO.
CLEMENT MORTGAGE COMPANY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Security State Bank
OF NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
November 17, 1919
Loans and discounts $152 214 43
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 751.17
Stocks, Bonds, Warrants, etc. 161,243 54
Banking House _ 7,000.00
rurmture and Fixtures 3 000 00
Due from Banks ~ 236*573 56
Checks and Other Cash Items 2,273 M
Bills <_.f Exchange " 44,368.40
Cash in Bank 4 998 90
Capital Stock Paid in $ 30,000.00
Surplus Fund 7,500.00
Undivided 1 rofits, less Expenses and Taxes Paid * 7,044 53
Reserved for Taxes 413 25
Individual Deposits Subject t.i Check 456,528.44
lime Certificates of Deposit 101,657 87
Cashiers Checks Outstanding 'J,270 22
State of Oklahoma, County of Cleveland, ss:
1, R. \V. 1 lutto, Cashier of the above named Bank do
selemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief so help me God.
c P- W. HUTTO, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22nd day of Nov-
Correct—Attest Denver Runyan, Notary Public.
C. II. BESS EN 1, \\ M. MORGAN, JR., Directors.
Loans and Discounts $152,214.43
Stocks, bonds, warrants, etc. .. . 161,234.54
Banking House, Furniture and
C ash in bank and due from
banks • 243,845.77
Bills of Exchange 44,368.40
Capital Stock .....$ 30,000.00
Surplus Fund 7,500.00
Undivided Profits and Reserves 7,457.78
During the past year deposits in
this bank have more than doubled
which we feel indicates that the service
we render is satisfactory. In'selecting
your bank you should look for Safety,
Strength and Service. Safety in that
the funds you deposit will he returned
to you promptly on demand; Strength
in that you will receive the financial
assistance that your needs require, and
Service in that you will receive prompt-
ly, cheerfully and accurately the proper
account of your financial transactions.
We invite the accounts of responsi-
ble people who are seeking a bank
home, assuring them of a safe, con-
venient and satisfactory bank connec-
Deposits Guaranteed by the Depositors
Quaranty Law of the State of Oklahoma.
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