The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 327, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 21, 1920 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NORMAN, OKLAnu«iA.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF NORMAN
A Visitor's Observations of The Uni-
versity Ci ty.
Well, that is a piett\ Mil pc t <ju«* tup mcunp'Q QUA ME
tion and one, too. which might' be - THE BISHOPS SHAME,
answered in a variety ot wa}> Bui A certain bishc^ hiving partaken
i modest opinion concerning ques rathjr freely of lobster salad
tion. and from one who admire- ti. * inin.e pie, was suffering torments
little I niv. rsity City may j o-ibl\ both physical and mental. When he
be read with sonn interc ut; t\ < iti brgan to improve his hostess bad-
gered him a bit, "Why, bishop, she
said surely you weren't afraid
'Afraid to die? Oh, no," replied
the bishop, ''btu I would have been
Hie youth seated himself in the
dentist's chair. He wore a v/onder-
M„. ful striped silk shirt and aa even more
The people here are observed \< wonderful checked suit. He had the
be thoughtful, kind, sympathetic .,ml vaoant stare that often goes with
helpful t* one another. And. .i> ti c h^th.
Norman is indee<l beautiful fo
situation. Nature settns tu havednn"
for a town of genuine woAh and in
her utmost in creating a fine sit
during progress. Every town or tit;,
has an ndividuality, a type of its
own, and thus attracts riti/en- >i ♦in-i
same general characteristic- to . '
great extent, at least, 1 think this i
1 .an afraid to give him gas," the
1 dentist said to his assistant.
Well," replied the dentist, "how
will know when he is unconscious?"
With His Teeth
\ dentist in a middle wes. town had
considerable difficulty in collecting a
biil which he had sent each month
Postum man is wont to
This is preeminently a town oi
homes The very atmospher. ot
things imparts to one a restful feel
ing, a thoughtful spirit, and all art-
concerned in the development and
growth of the town.
In speaking of N'orman as a ♦'own
of homes, however we do not me«... re.uIarly for a period o( , ye„ t0
to «ay that is .s not also a plaoc of|8„ lnd,vl(Jua| for whom he had nude
substantial husine ntr^t. By an ospec,al fine ,et oj artificial
no means! All the various kinds ot teeth.
business arc well represented ,mi hcn he returned home alter te-
conducted b\ men « t genuine * •'• k- so ting to another method, his wife
ress. the places of business ire. asked:
for the most part, well arranged and "'Well, did a personal call do any
managfed with a promptness and ^ood? Did he pay your"
courtesy toward customer that I'ay me" repeated the dentist in
part- favorably^ with many town-. <•, a rage. "Not only did he not pay
much larger size. nu, but he actually had the nerve to
The people of tin* town and v'uin- gti^sh me with my teeth!"
ity are elated with the way the local
daily is co-operating in the upbuild Yes, e are all a day older than we
ing of Norman and Cleveland were at this time yesterday. But
county. ' some of us hate like sin to admit it.
Attorney Ralph Hardie , \\^s in
Purcell today on business
W. G. Blanchard of Purcell was a
Norman visitor Wednesday.
George Miller and sou, \\ infield
motored to the city Tuesday.
Mrs. J. E. Vaughan went to C or-
dell Sunday to visit her mother.
Manley Bailey of Blanchard
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bailey
Mrs. S. H. Warren was in Okla-
homa City on business Wednesday.
Mr. J. B. Brandenburg of >«her ;s
visiting his family at 1012 Monnet
Mrs. W. T. Mayfield and son,
Warren, were Oklahoma City Visi-
Mrs. Addie Berry left Wednesday
for Sulphur in the interest of the
This town is full of brains. What
it needs is a little more coordination
and cohesiveness. Brains produce
wisdom only when they are employed
Xotice To The Public
[ have sold out my interest
in the Middendorf bakery to
l)<xk & Sullivan of Oklahoma
City, and wish to thank ray many
customers for their patronage
jjiven me in the past
I will be in the retail business
of bread, pies, cakes, cold drinks,
etc, at the East Side Store, and
invite my old customers to call.
Fred Middendorf 325—3t*
If you want dependable Insur-
ance 011 your property at pre-war
rates, with prompt adjustments.
If you want a good home in Nor-
If its a good farm investment
If }ou want a good Building and
. Muldrow and Kidd
Real Estate, Loans and In-
Whenever accident or wear
makes your car go wrong bring
it in here and you'll understand
what real economy in motor re-
pairing is. There's economy in
our charges and effectiveness in
"WHERE SERVICE IS A HOBBY
AND SATISFACTION IS YOUR
Here is an "bp-Town" garage, built to fill a long
felt need of Norman people. Every <1 tail has been
attended to with a view of gtviug you t ie service and
satisfation which will make you a constant customer
of this place.
Sell mitt's Garage
CORNER MAIN AND PORTER
JUST DRIVE UNDER OUR CORNER
A "Cord Tire" Storage Battery
Philadelphia Diamond Grid Battery
Llike the cord, it not only lasts longer but all during its life can be depended upon for more
Two exclusive, patented features are: the Diamond Grid and the Philco Slotted Retainer.
1. The Diamond Grid, "Built Like a Bridge, * 2- The Philc« Retainer is sheet of hard rubber
gives strength to resist strain of sudden discharge closely perforated with long, narrow slots, placed
and to with stand the rough jolting of hard serv- against each positive plate, to prevent active ma-
vice. terial from falling off the plates; this adds at
least 25 per cent to the life ot the battery.
To you, as a motorist, these features mean 11 ot only longer life, but more snappy st": ting, more
reliable lighting and fewer repair bills.
We also have the Eveready Battery.
Firestone and Ravine Tires. The best tires and tubes on the tnarket--More Miles per dollar.
Holtzschue Motor Company
Agents for Maxwell and Chalmers Automobile. Also Maxwell Trucks.
117-119 West Main . Phone 28
Here at Last!
What every one's been talking about—
thinking about—hoping for and waiting for.
It's here—for sale everywhere—that won-
A beverage of delicious flavor, mellow and satisfying,
and of great health building and strength preserving
Rich in food value, wholesome and nourishing, it
has won the unqualilied approval of physicians.
As a family beven ge Edelweiss Cereal Beverage has
no equal — it is good for all and enjoyed by all.
Try it today — you will be most pleasingly surprised.
For sale everywhere.
m * $
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 327, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 21, 1920, newspaper, April 21, 1920; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114326/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.