The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 226, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 24, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NORMAN, OKLAHOMA.
Appreciations and BestWishes from Our Business Men
NORMAN BUNDLE LAUNDRY
WILL OPEN MONDAY
The "Model Bundle Laundry," now
Being installed at 575 Elm street, will
open its doors for business Monday
morning, December 29, according to
N. L. Biggs, owner and general mana-
ger. I*ourteen employees will start
Manager Biggs installed the Ideal
laundry and managed it during the
first few months of business. He has
had a number of years of laundry
work experience and understands
thoroughly the needs of the house-
wife, especially the mother who has
a number of children whose clothes
must be washed carefully and quick-
„ '.0ur Krca<est aim," said Mr. Biggs
"will be to give prompt and efficient
service to all Norman citizens who
entrust their work to our care. Only
experienced workmen will be em-
ployed—new help being given special
training and instruction before start-
ing regular work. Our telephone
number will be 743."
Funeral of Chester Calvert
There was a large attendance at
the funeral of Mr. Chester Calvert
the young man killed in the Interur-
ban wreck on Monday, which was
held at the M. E. Church in Moore
on Wednesday afternoon with Rev.
L. H. Havill conducting the services,
and much sympathy was expressed
for the bereaved wife and children
and parents. Mr. Calvert was a mem-
ber of the Church of Christ and a
young man of most exemplary habits
and earnest christian character. In-
terment was made in the Warren
The Transcript understands Mr.
Calvert carried a $2,000 insurance
policy in the Safety First Health in-
surance company, taken out only a
short time ago. The policy also
covered death by accident and had a
double-liability clause whereby he
would be entitled to $4,000 if it can
be shown he was a passenger on the
milk car. It is probable, however, the
company will claim he was an em-
ploye, which would cut the amount
to the original sum—$2,000. It is also
probable his family may get some-
thing from the railway company.
Christmas Mail Deliveries
One complete delivery of mail will
be made by the city carriers tomor-
row morning (Christmas Day.)
Rural carriers will make their usual
trips. Every effort will be made to
deliver all parcel post arriving dur-
ing the day. Office will be open from
9:30 to 10:30 A. M. All mails will be
dispatched as usual.
FLOYD L. SWANK. Postmaster
. Prof. H. H. Herbert will leave Nor-
I man Wednesday night for Durant
where he will spend Christmas with
R. V. Jennings, former university
Miss Bess Merkle, who is teach-
ing in the high school at Lone Wolf,
is home to spend the Christmas holi-
days with her mother, Mrs. John
The local chapter of the American
Red Cross sent telegrams of Christ-
mas greeting to the twelve Cleveland
county soldier boys who are now
recuperating in the national hospitals
in the country, to let them know they
are not forgotten.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smalley are here
from Muskogee spending the C hrist-
mas holidays with Mr. Smalley's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smalley.
Albert is now in charge of a large
herd of Herefords at Muskogee and
is regarded as one of the best Here-
ford men in the state.
Dr. A. B. Adams and daughter are
now at the home of Or and Mrs
John F. Torrey while Mrs. Adams is
in Sunnyside hospital, recovering
from an attack of the influenza. Her
condition is not critical and slit
hopes to be able to be home soon.
LECTURE AT NEW HOPE.
On Saturday, Dec. 27th, under the
auspices of Neighborly club, No. 10,
Dr. Lewis on "The Challenge of the
New War." Admission, 10 cents for
all over ten years of age. The club
will receive the proceeds, so it is
hoped there will be a good attend-
ance. Come, and help the club as
well as hear a good lecture, says the
"Peace on Earth, Good
Will toward Men" has
a new a n d greater
And may we all so live that at
all times we can enjoy to the
utmost the many blessings
that are ours.
® Cliff Turner
Is Our Wish
The Spirit of
May it reach out and
enfold you in its gra-
And then cur wish
would echo true—that
this be the happiest
Christmas you have
We take this occasion
to thank you for your
oyal support during
the past year.
It is only through your
co-operation that we
grow and prosper.
Heartily we wish you
A Merry Christmas
The Store of fhrsom1 Servi
How mighty was that Creation
that could give to all a Day—-a
Guide along Life's Highway that
leads to Better Things
On this Holiday occasion we ex
tend to you and yours our most
sincere wishes for the greatest
Happiness and Prosperity.
It ould seem as if all the murders,
thefts and depredations in Oklahoma
City are being committe dby negroes.
At any rate, the officers do not seem
to be able to hang any of them on
anybody except negro men and wo-
men. 1 he two latest murders were,
the officers say, committed by color-
ed men and oil Tuesday, failing to
settle the crime on wiiite persons, i
negro woman was arrested for steal-
ing the Collins diamonds Mighty
fine thing to have scapegoats, espec-
ially when they haven't a friend iti
And have you thought aTiou! the
New Year's resolutions?
Have you completed your Christ-
mas shopping yet? Better hurry or
Old Santa will catch yon napping.
TV/1 AY all the best
^^ joys of Christ-
mas he yours, and ma\
the New Year he ful
to overflowing witn
t h e World's g o o
Again comes the hap-
py time of the year when
we can extend to our
Friends the Season's
May this Christmas
Day he the Merriest you
lave ever known.
REED & FOSTER
May the Spirit ol
Christmas ever live in
the Hearts of Men, and
so bring joy to all.
And we peak for a
full share of the New
Year's blessings for
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 226, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 24, 1919, newspaper, December 24, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114233/m1/3/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.