The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 258, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 1, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
FOR SALE—716 E. Gray street, j
Norman, Oklahoma, near Jefferson
school. Three work horses. One
12-in Oliver gang plow, One Bain
3-in. wagon. One Iron wheel 3 1-4-in. ]
truck. Other farm tools—as good as J
new. 257 t* j
WAN'TED-TO RENT—A ho!i«
near university. Call 431. 257-5* [
FOR RENT — Two unfurnished
rooms. 249 E. Acrees. 257-3t*
FOR SALE—Two Cyphers Incuba-
tors. A1 condition. £has. I Shears
at the Norman Battery Co. 257-3
WHAT HAVE YOU? Want to buy
5 or 6-room residence, modern,
from owner, any part of town con-
sidered. Address PBX, % Transcript
FOR SALE—1919 8-passenger Paige
automobile, "Linwood Model," I
perfect condition mechanically and
worth the price asked. Address 1'.
O. Box 663, Norman, Okla. 256-6t
FOUND—On section line of ceme-
tery road, one large rug and roll of
bedding. Owner can have same by
calling at J. W. Starkey residence.
Norman, Route 3. 256-6t*
120 acres joining Noble. Good 5
room house, barn, granery, j;
water and out-buildings. Why live
way out, when you can have town
churches, accredited high school at
your door? Rich smooth soil, 10
acres orchard, 20 pasture, rest in
cultivation. Like land selling for
$75 an acre, short while only, take
$55, possession and good terms.
F. Traue, owner. Noble, Oklahoma.
BLANCHARD MAN HELD I
FOR CLEVELAND LAW
Price Held in Arizona; Newblock
Gone After Him; Charged With
Selling Mortgaged Property.
Sheriff W. H. Newbljck left
Thursday for a trip to Phoenix,'
Ariz., after one R. L. Price, who is 1
said to be in jail in that city awaiting
the officers arrival.
Price is charged with disposing of!
mortgaged property and some other j
delinquencies, and the officers have;
been watching and waiting for himI
for some time.
Finally they got on to the fact that I
he and his family were at Phoenix,
through a letter Mr.. Price wrote to
friend* here, and the authorities of
Phoetrix'-(rere aslced -arrest him
and put him in jail.
Price is said to have gotten away
with some $1,200 by selling property j
he had mortgaged to Geo. Giles &
Sons. He formerly lived in the vicin-1
ity of Blanchard.
Deputy Sheriff Baker has gone j
to Ringling, Oklahoma, after another j
man charged with crime in Cleve- j
Rev. and Mrs. E. O. Whitwell and
family drove down |rom Edmond
Saturday in their fine new automp-
bile and were the guests of relatives
and friends in Norman. Mr. Whit-
well is well pleased with his work as
pastor of the Edmond Presbyteri-
an church and likes Edmond as a
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clay were Ok-
lahoma City visitors Friday
Union Paint Shop
R. W. VAUGHN, Manager.
Painting, Decorating, Signs
Office Smith Bros. Land Co.
Phone 280 Office Hours
GIRL WANTED—Phone 182. 256-3t
WANTED—Woman for general
house work. Good pay and pleas-
ant surroundings. Apply Mrs. Justin
FOR RENT—One unfurnished room
without heat. Young lady preferr-
ed. Call at 301 E. Gray. 256-3
WANTED A SALESWOMAN-One
of the leading dry goods stores re-
quires the service of a saleswoman.
To the right lady this i san oppor-
tunity to secure a good position.
While We prefer one with experience
we will consider any application.
Address your letter to Dry Goods in
care of the Daily Transcript. We
will not consider telephone applica-
Fancy poultry for sale, 30 varities
catalogue free. Herman Blumer,
Berger, Mo. 249-20t*
FOR RENT—Farm of 160 acres
near Franklin; 60 acres bottom
land, balance pasture. Phone George
Naill, owner. 253-10t*
WANTED—Two rooms, furnished,
close in. Call Transcript. 253-tf,
FOR SALE—Used Maxwell road-
ster, in good condition, at a bar-
gain. See Fox at Holtzschue Motor
FOR SALE—Four year old mare, in
foal by jack, cash or note. See Fox
at Holtzschue Motor Co. 258-3t
FOR SALE—Used 1-ton Ford truck,
at a bargain. Holtzschue Motor
Car Co., West Main, Norman. 258-3t
FOR SALE—Good Prairie Hay.
Mrs. J. C. Hardin, 3 miles northeast
of Noble. It*
FOR SALE—Hupmobile ''32"—five-
passenger; cheap. See Major Kidd,
at Muldrow & Kidd's office 258-2t
FOR RENT—One furnished bed-
room. Call at 301 East Gray.
FOR RENT-Garage at 427 W. Boyd
or phone 746. 258-3t.
WANTED—Furnished room. Miss
B. Dudley. Phone 632. 258-11
FOR RENT-FIVE ROOM HOUSE
ON EAST EUFAULA, S25.00.
Call Roolew Phone 170. 258-3t*
FOR SALE—Seed oats. Otto New-
man, phone RJ-2. 238-3t*
O. K. Transfer Co.
Office Phone 225
Residence Phone 505
&ariPty !rmt& (UlatljrB
FOR YOUNG MEN AND MEN WHO STAY YOUNO
From first to last, the watchword in the maki.ig of
Society Brand Clothes is, "Take Pains!"
Take pains with the designing'! Create style that
selection of the all-wool fabrics, but with the linings
and inter-linings, with the very thread itself.
Take pains with the esigning! Create style that
shall be fresh and vigorous, style that shall express
taste and refinement.
Take pains with the tailoring! Cut each garment
individually by hand. Even sew by hand, that Society
Brand Clothes shall hold their style lines and shape-
liness as long as the fabric itself lasts.
"Take Pains!" That is the secret of Society Brand
prestige. . „ & 5 LflJtWI
CLIFF TURNES, Clothier
and Tires for small cars.
30x3 1-2 Double Cure
Fabrics. all - weather
30x3 1-2 Single - cure
Fabric, Anti-Skid tread
30x3 1-2 Heavy Tourist
Tubes in waterproof
You will be pleased with the Utility
Battery—the hard rubber separators elim-
inates reinsulation—the construction is
planned for those who understand how to
care best for his bat
teries and for those
who do not. The Util-
ity cares for itself.
Guaranteed for two
makes good. Put the
Utility in your car.
There are many tires thrown in the
junk pile that can 'he rebuilt—rebuilt
to your advantage.
Bring your tires here—if they are
not worth retreading or rebuilding,
we will tell you. If they are, we can
save you money. We have built our
reputation on our judgment and sat-
isfactory work. Tf we vulcanize a tire
for you, it means a regular customer
for us. Try us out.
GOOD ^ VICAR
KLINE TIRE CO.
230 East Main.
Even thought you may think
your gown is ruined and unfit
for furtlie* service, the results
we can s ure through proper
odorless and removes every
particle of soil.
Our process is guaranteed
cleaning and pressing will of-
ten prove a pleasant surprise.
Called for and delivered
The price of wearing apparel
is soaring. In five years statisti-
cans tell us that it has a<tvanced
100 per cent. And no one knows
when prices will reach the high-
To those of an economical
turn of mind it is essential that
a new lease of life of their
clothes be taken. A little extra
care here and there will iad<i
greatly to the longevity of
their wearing apparel.
More frequent cleaning, re-
pairs when necessary and a gen-
eral "overhauling" now and then
will do much to improve the ap-
pearance of clothes and add
months of service to their wear.
It's one efficient way of beating
the high cost of living.
Jack Bowers & Co.
415 South Webster
As soon as a song—or
a piece of instrumental music
becomes a great—it is record-
ed on Pathe Records.
The new great operatic
and concert stars choose
Pathe to give their art to the
world because they know that
Pathe actually duplicates their
The minute a hit is a
hit—Pathe has it.
The good old songs
we all love are brought to you
on Pathe Records in a new
You can play Pathe
Records on your phonograph.
We will gladly show you
No Needles to Change
New Records of Old
■ZSOO*—Silver Threads Among the Gold,
We've Been Chums for Fifty Years.
29124—A Perfect Day Harry McClaskey
Carry Me Back to Old Virginia
Campbell and Burr
29212—Old Black Joe Invincible Four
The Sweetest Story Ever Told.
?0256—When Irish Eyes are Smiling (Cornet Solo)
The Sunshine of Your Smile (Cornet Solo(
3042U—Dixie, unaccompanied (Old Standard Song)
Kentucky Rabe, unaccompanied.
40032—Tenting Tonight on the Old Camp Ground
The Old Oaken Bucket Peerless Quartet
40134—Church Scene, from "Old Homestead."
Songs My Mother Used to Sing.
Ruth Lenox and Henry Burr.
40140—Then You'll Remember Me, from "Bohe-
main Girl" Ackroyd Trio.
40146—Annie Laurie Shannon Four
Ye Banks and Braes o' Bonnie Doon.
Phonographs |4J to $1,000, and an easy way to boy
any one of them.
Meyer & Meyer
Better Furniture for Norman Home«
220 East Main
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 258, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 1, 1920, newspaper, February 1, 1920; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114264/m1/3/: accessed January 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.