The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 51, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 20, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
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Published every afternoon except Saturday,
with Sunday morning issue, by the Tranarrir' |
Publishing Co.. Norman Oklahoma
DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Out of County.
By mail, one year $7.00
By Mail, six months 4.00
By Mail, one year 5.00
By Mail, six months 3.00
Bv Mail, three months 175
By Carrier, one week -15
Office. 215 E, Main St. Phone J
Entered as second-class matter January
1^4. at the postoffire. Norman, ' )klahoma. un-
der act of congi r*s of March J. 1879
MONDAY AT UNIVERSITY.
9:00 a. m. Chapel. Lecture:
News and Editorial. Prof. Burgess
Johnson, \ assar College. (Educa-
tion 63), auditoriui".
11:00 a.m. Lecture The News
paper, Prof. Burges Johnson. (Ed-
ucation 64), auditorium.
7:00 p m. Story Tellers League.
Direction of Miss Kirk East >teps
of the Law building.
"145 p. in. Hand Concert, Di-
rector, Prof. O. J. Lclirer, Entrance
IHifii) CANDIDATE ASKS
FuR ASSESSOR S PLACE
7. 7Z T , i McComb, Former County Clerk, and
MM, D. W Gooding and_her daugh- „ AMe.HOr Adl1s
ter Mrs, l ee Woods of Duncan at-
tended the Billy Sunday meeting in
the city Saturday.
Mrs O^car Lehrer went up to the
citv Saturday to visit her brother,
-Lieutenant Governor M. E. J1""™'
and fani'tv, before tliev leave for Lai
Iforn i a M a «•!£ j to attend the demo- ^
* Miss Elizabeth Armstrong went <for
to the city Saturday.
Present Deputy Assessor
Interest to Contest.
Mrs. T. V.. Pickens of Oklahoma i tj,,
Citv returned home Saturday after ,)lt
visiting Mrs. W. A. Britt and Mrs ;
Miss Helen Brooks was in the city
Saturday visiting her parents. Dr.
and Mrs. S D. Brooks at the Univer-
Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Johnson will
leave Monday for Alva where they
will visit several days, then go to Col-
orado where they will remain until the
first of September.
The Missionay socierv of the M
i:. church. South, will attend a mis-
sionary group meting at Purcell
Tuesday, going down on the 10 o'clock
train in the morning an'1 returning
at 6:30 that evening. The district
secretary. Mrs. R. F. Jonss of El Reno
is anxious to have all of the members
E P Given of Lebanon, Kan , and
Mi and Mrs C. P. Givens and family
of Columbia, Tenn.. are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Givens at 422 West
Svmmes street. .
L. C. Giles was a busin ss visitor
in Purcell Saturday.
Miss Lucretia Miller of Antlers,
returned to her home Saturday morn-
inc after a visit with her sister, Mrs,
Roy Foster and Mr. Foster.
Miss Frances Rose went to Ma-
rietta Saturday to visit her mother
M T Means of Claremore came
over Saturday to spend the week-end
with Mrs. Means, who is attending the
Guv Warren, graduate of the Nor-
man Business collece. has accepted a
position as bookkeeper in the Keifer
State bank at Keifer,
With the entrance this week of L. J. M"
L. McComb into the county assess-
or's race, that department of the deitv,,
ocratic primary ileciton proitvoPg (
14 MI iKiri
Mi i oii.b IS loo well known
I'ranscript to go into detail
lonctrning. He has lived in Cleve-
land county for thirty years, m<v>t of
M. A. Courtright was down from
Edmond Friday looking for teachers
for his school at Marshall where he
will be superintendent for the coming
Mrs. Roy Gittinger went to the
city Thursday to meet Mrs. Gittin-
ger and children. Dorothy and John,
Ivho have been visitinr relatives in
Barnard. Mo. for the past month.
Price Gittinger remained for the
summer with his grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M Walter of Ok-
lahoma City spent Friday with Nor-
I man friends.
Mrs. M. A Sanders of Oklahoma
City spent Friday with her sister,
Miss Lota Jahn.
F. W Holtzschue made a busi-
trip to the city Friday.
Mrs. U. J. Griffith of
ed to her home Frida
with Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
/ fitter a visit
.v t Parsons
58V Ambrister of
/ art- visiting Mrs. Am-
pftmits, Mr. and Mrs. Owen
be a spiri'"
time in Noble township
till owns his homestead.
l or if .ht years, lie served as trus-
tee and "clerk of Noble township,
giving more than satisfaction to his
people. In 1907 lie was elected coun-
ty clerk and held that office for two
terms. As deputy assessor under
Brown, he added three and a half
more years to his public service rec-
ord, and he is in his second year of
service under Barnard.
Mr, McComb well understands the
value of both personal and real es-
tate property in this county, and is
well qualified for the position for
which he seeks
1, A, Murray went to the city ,
I ri<Tay afternoon to consult a doctor
Mr. And Mrs. Edwin Hoskins, who ,
arfc attending the university nvtv\rid
tu Jefferson Friday and will remain
Frank Gahrtz went to the city Fri-
Miss Lillie \11cn and T.ucile Cool
were in the city Friday afternoon and
heard Billy Sunday.
George O. Howe went to the city
Friday to hear Billy Sunday.
Mrs. Jake Scherer and son, Jake.
Jr. went to Geary Friday to spend
the week-end with relatives.
W. N. Rucker and Robert Rucker
returned Friday from Duncan, where
thev have geen since Monday attend-
ing to their business interests.
Guy Hardie and W. A. Slead, two
of Purcell's livliest and best boosters,
the\ have been, since Monday attend-
homa City on business.
GEORGE ALLEN IS OUT
FOR RE.ELECTION, SAYS
I take this means of announcing
to you that I am a candidate for re-
election to the office of county judge,
subject to the action of the demo-
cratic primary, August 3. During the
time I have been county judge I have
endeavored to conduct my office in
a manner to reflect credit upon the
county and myself, and I assure you
that if re-elected my duties will be
performed wit hthe same impartiality
and fairness that 1 have used hereto-
For vour support in the past I am
deeplv appreciative, and respectfully
olicit a contiuuation of your good
will and influence in my campaign for
re-election for a second term.
FOR SALR—Library table, center
table study table. 324 West Sym-
mes. Phone 509. 49-3t.
FOR SALE—One threshing rig. 12
horse Case Steamer, one new 28x44
Ideal separator. The Oil Pull Tractor
Agency, Holtzschue Motor Co. 117-
19 W. Mair 50-6t.
ilERi^ may be a better place to eat |
—"7^ I and drink but we don't know know I
FOR SALE—Ford Sedan, New 1920 i w|lere jt is._The Varsity Fountain,
sedan run less than 500 miles. Five jj g Halbert, Prop. 47tf I
1 ere for you and welcome. Varsity |
Fountain. J. E. Halbert, Prop.
new t res covered with Gooden seat
covers. New Decker steering wheel I MEET YOUR FRIENDS at
lock This car is in first class con- | Varsity Fountain, sit under
dition, no trade considered—must be | electric fan and drink ice water,
cash. Will sell less than cost price.
Address D. care of Transcript. 50-tf.
V. ANTED Mattresses to repair, re
build We make them like new at
fraction of cost of new one. We call
fur and deliver wprk promptly. Call
187 and have the old mattress made
serviceable aeain. Satisfaction guar-
anteed. Sieen Easy Mattress Facto-
ry. South Crawford street. 50-2t*
WANTED—A man for janitor work
at Holtzschue Motor Car company.
117-19 W Main. 50-3t.
FOR SALE—By owner, new home,
cheaper than you can build. Also
a paying small business at invoice.
Leaving town. Phone 523. 49-3t*
FOR SALF — O. K. Wagon y*rd.
Possessior October 1st terms,
must sell. See J. W. Linton. 40tf
J. W. Linton—Business phone 1025.
FOR RENT—Furnished bedroom,
separate entrance. Phone 320. 404
West Main. 40-tf
FOR SALE—Cottage on Asp aven-
ue. Frt nifhed with all new furni-
I ture Will eil with or without fur-
niture. 330. 42-tt
WANTED—Mattresses to repair, re-
build. We make them like new at
tract; n of cost of new one. We call
for and deliver work promptly. Call
1£7 and have the old mattress made
serviceable again. Satisfaction guar-1
antee S'eeo Easv Mattress Facto-
ry. South Crawford street. 50-2t*
ROOMS—Clark's place one block
west one block north Terminal de-
FOR SALE—A cooking range, two
rugs and other goods at 629 East
best is not too good for you. J. E.
Halbert, Prop., Varsity Fountatn.
FOR SALE—Furniture for five room
house, consists of new Kimhall
piano, new Bruce sewing machine,
ice box. oil stove, kitchen cabinet, 3
rugs, 3 iron beds and springs, and
many other articles. Wfll sell all or
any part. 571 Elm. 51 - It*
LOST—At Liberty theatre. g"ld wrist
watch. Swiss make, Reward. Re-
turn to Liberty theatre. 51-2t*
TRANSFER—City and Country
hauls. B. F. Long, Acree Garage,
phone 364. Residence phone 836.
PUPILS WANTED—A limited num
ber of pupils will still be enrolled
for summer term kindergarten; also
classes in first and second grade
work just starting. Phone 789. 48-4t.
FOR SALE—Ford truck, price $300.
Call at 316 West Tonhawa, phone
IF thev don't feed you good ar your
boarding house, come eat with us.
The Varsity Fountain. J. E. Halbert,
FOR SALE—Second hand army
shoes at August Miller's shoe shop,
l(lt !■• M-'in 49-3t*
LOIS OF ICE WATER and electric
fans. You are welcome to loaf
with us. Varsity Fountain. J. E.
1'albert, Prop. 47-tf.
FOR SALE—Nancy Hall sweet po
tato plants, 30 cents per hundred:
$2 50 per 1000. 10,000 lots or more
$2.00 per 1.000. Phone 898. J. M
Sheppard, 756 Asp. 51-2t*
-Cottage, phone 381.
LOST—On Saturday morning, down-
town, Norma#, old fashioned gold
brooch, enamel setting—reward. Re
turn to King Hall. 51 -2t
WANTED—Two light housekeep
ing rooms, furnished, phone 680
from Lucian Black Mercantile com
panv ti 09 West Main. Mr '•> H.
Warren No longer connected with
that firm. 51-3t*
FOR SALE—Five room
two lots at 316 West
Price reasonable, Phone 317.
SEWING MACHINES New sin-
gers sold. Other makes second-
hni,Be and i hand bought and sold at Singer office.
Tonhawa 209 West Main. Phone 6H4. 51-3t>
Plate T nnch wrvp.' ing machine installed in Lucian
a m. to 2 p. m. Varii- Black Mercantile establishment 214
J. E. Halbert, Prop. I East Main. Mise Nellie McDaniel.
New and Second
New and Se?on 1 Hani Goods
If you want to buy or want to sell
anything don't fail to call at this
store, wh^te yoa will be given s
square deal in every way. Fine 'ine
of new furniture at prices that are
Telephone 622 and let us tell
fou about it
S. D. MORGAN
215 West Mala
O. K. TRANSFER.
Office phone 225.
Residence phone 505
In Fant-a-Si, Crepe de Chine, Georgette and
You will find these smart new skirts very beautiful
summer wearing apparel. They are all of excellent ma-
terial, wonderfully made, and will make most delightful
garments for sport and general wear.
The selection is large and being new at the beginning
of the vacation period affords you a choice of garments
which will fill the wardrobe with much wanted garments.
Also there is a new ship-
ment of fancy brassiers
See them while the
choice is unlimited. You
will appear well dressed
with these proper gar-
CELEBRATE JULY 5 WITH NORMAN. BE HERE
Stock Reducing Sale
On account of the arrival of large shipments of
goods bought for fall, it becomes necessary for us
to reduce our stock in order to make room to store
the new goods.
It has been our policy in the past to buy our
stock in large quantities for cash as we always
get lower prices, and in turn pass the gocd buys
on down to our customers.
Beginning Monday we will start
o do this fast and realize quick
make remarkable low prices.
All the good things in our store are reduced in
many instances to less than they can be bought by
us on the market today.
Make your purchases now to last you for
months to come• Not again will you have
an opportunity to buy groceries ct so low
prices as curing this Stock Reducing Sale.
returns we will
115 East Main
U. S. TUBBS
Phones 31 •• 224
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