The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 108, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1920 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT. NORMAN. OKLAHOMA.
Miss Alta Johnson from Tulsa is
visiting Miss Marguerite Pendleton.
Mr. Chester Baird attended the
Shrine picnic in Oklahoma City to-
Mrs. Frank Orenbaun and grand-
daughter. Madia Mozcll, from Hills-
boro, Texas, arrived today to spend
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. L.
Mr. T. L. Tackett of Fort Worth,
who has visited friends here, returned
Mrs. B. C. Crigor and little daugh-
ter, Frances went to Wynnewood
Thursday to visit her mother.
T. J. Baxter from Georgia, who
has been visiting Mrs. Margaret t
Moore, returned home Wednesday.
Mrs. Tom Stout was taken to Ok-f
lahoma City to be operated on for
goiter Thursday morning.
Mr. Regan who works at the post-
office, is back from his vacation.
Messrs. Fred Reed, Tom Clement
and son, Edward, and Mr. W. J. Hess
left this morning for a few days out-
ing near Ada.
Mi ard Mrs. Edgar Trammel from
Oklahoma City spent Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Geycr.
Mr. and Mrs Myrtle Matson from
Hea'd'on are visiting the Shrine pic-
nic and ceremony in the city this af-
Mr. and Mis. H. J. Ridings from
Oklahoma City were in Norman Wed- j
Mrs. Bob Barbour and Misses Mar-
ie, Roberts and Janettc Barbour at-
tended the Shrine picnic in the city
M: s M. A Floyd spent Thursday
In Oklahoma City.
Mrs. W. F. Criswell was shopping
in Oklahoma City Wednesday after-
Misses Lota Rue Dean and Ethel
McClurg of Norman will teach in the
Byars high school the coming year,
beginning September 6. says the News
Miss Hli/abtth Griffith is the guest
i f Miss Katberine Herrington and is
utet.dini: the Bow-Knots house party.
Mrs W. B. Howard was the dinner
guest of Mrs. W. F. Criswell Thurs-
Lucian Black was a businesa visitor
in Purcell yesterday.
P. C. Kidd is spending a few days
Mr. J. B. Dorsey sold his home on
South Webster to Mr. Thorton yes-
Mr. Richard H. Cloyd is in Okla- i
ho ma City today.
Mrs. Mark Sprague of McAlester
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dor-
Mr. W. A. Cook, who has been in
Tillman county for the past month
rtn his summer vacation, has returned
and is again on duty at Fleming's
store. Mr. nd Mrs. C. D. Hussey of
Denton, Texas returned with Mr.
Cook and will visit a short time in
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tarbet and
son, who have ben in West Texas,
and Oklahoma visiting friends and
relatives, returned home Wednesday.
According to the Purcell Register,
Skivy Davis pitched a game for the
Buffalo Boosters against Purcell last
week, losing 9 to 5.
Claud Pickard and a carload of
friends from Norman were visitors
to Byars Sunday afternoon.—Byars
Miss Allle Oliphant of route 6, who
has been visiting friends the past
three weeks, returned home the last
of the week.
A card from W. M. Newell says:
"We will leave Boulder for Denver
and Colorado Springs and you need
not send us any more papers as we
would not be able to get them. Will
be home about September 9.'
Lawrence Moses has movid his fam
ily from Norman over east of town.
He will beg n building his home this
week. ***Mrs. W. H. Robb went to
Norman last Sunday for a week's vis-
it with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wise. ***The Misses Steele of Nor-
man were at Woody Chapel visiting
friends last Sunday. ***Huel Adkins
of Norman was in town Monday.—
Mrs. G. L. Vanderpool and son have
turned after a six week's visit in
MARSHALL AND TAF-T
ARE TO SPEAK HERE
Vice-President Thomas R. Marshall
will speak in Norman on November
IS and Judge Ben Lindsey on March
31, is the announcement made by
Chamber of Commerce officials.
These are only tentative dates for the
lyceum course as booked with the
Redpath-Horner bureau for the com-
Ex-President William Howard Taft
also has been booked for some time
this winter. Definite dates will be
made on August 25.
Will Diehl and Ed Dean were Nor-
man visitors Sunday. '"Mr. T. W.
Wilson and family motored to Nor-
man Sunday.—Washington News.
Willard H. Campbell, who has spent
;m t i: on'h on an overland trip
through Colorado, was here yester-
day, enroute to Omaha to spend a
short time visiting relatives before
the university opens.
Northbound train No. 12 due here at
6:35 p. m. stopped at the river bridge
north of Purcell last night when the
fireman found three men riding the
blinds. The engineer said he saw
them tet on at Purcell, but he thought
he would take them out in the country
a little ways so they would have to
walk back in.
Phone No. 5 for
Your business will
he carefully taken
Mill Run Bran |
Standard' Grey Shorts
Whitwell Grocery Co.
211 East Main Phone 347
I George Reed of near Norman,
brother of our townsman, T. H. Guth-
1 rie, came recently to be at the bedside
I of Mrs. T. H. Guthrie, who is still
j very low.—Byars News.
Mrs. J. W. Sturgis entertained her
friends with a lovely sewing party
at her home, 910 Classen. Delicious
refreshments were served.
A good small house on
West Side. New house, lot
50x140 feet. House has four
rooms and bath. Priced at
McDaniel & Matthews
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
First Quality Groceries
The satisfaction of knowing that
whatever you set upon your table is of the
best quality—is a habit with housewives
who buy here.
Every article we sell is ckosen with the
niost scrupulous care—our only guide be-
ing superior quality.
We offer for Friday and Saturday the
'ir. -18 pounds
Susrar, 4Vi pounds 1.00
( ■rrmottn'1 I.ard, per pound .25
Health C'ttb Raking Powder, 25c can .19
White Pony Crushed Pineapple, per gallon 1.10
West Side, 8:15 East Side, 10:15
West Side, 1:30 East Side, 3:30
Phone Your Orders Early.
Whitwell Grocery Co.
211 East Main Phone 347
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REDUCED RATES 01AA RAHR0A&S-VWITC fOR PREMIUM. Ml JT
New Are These
Fashionable Jail Suits
They are the first suits to reach the
store, yet one need not hesitate in mak-
ing a selection so early for each pre-
sentation embodies the best of the new
features which have been introduced
for fall. They are absolutely authen-
Materials are Veldyne, Peachbloom,
Duvelyn, Velour and Tricotine in
brown, reindeer, taupe, naykyn, navy.
Both fancy fur trimmed as well as
tailored models in ladies' and misses'
Prices start at $29.50, then $35,
$39.50, $49.50 and up.
Norman's Greatest Store
A Half Price Sale of Ladies'
Misses and Infant's Hosiery
Friday and Saturday we
are going to offer five hun-
dred pairs of cotton, lisle
and silk hosiery for ladies,
misses and children at
Half Price. This we feel is
by far the best hosiery sale
of the year and we advise
every customer to make the
store a visit tomorrow or
next day and secure some of
these excellent values.
Ladies' hosiery in cotton,
lisle, fiber silk and real
thread silk in white, black, brown and navy. While we do not
have every number in every size, by combining many lots
we have practically every size to start with. At half price
they are by far the best hosiery values this store ever offered.
Ladies' white cotton hose that were 25c, special for two days
only, pair 12Vic. ,
Ladies' lisle hose in white, excellent quality, regular 50c
special for two days 17 Vic.
Ladies' excellent black cotton stockings that were 35c,
special at only, pair 17Vic-
Ladies' fibre silk hose of excellent quality, white only, all
sizes, regular $1, special for two days 5t/c.
Real Japanese thread silk hose, lisle garter tops, double
heel, toes and sole, regular $1.50, special 75c.
Ladies' excellent black silk hose, all sizes to start with,
lisle garter top, seam at back, double heels, toe and sole, reg-
ular $1.95, special at only 98c.
Ladies' silk stockings in black, white and navy, regular
prices were $2.50, $3 and $3.50, special for two days at $1.25,
$1.50 and $1.75.
Misses' white cotton hose in sizes 6 to 9, good quality,
regular price 25c, special for two days only, pair 12'/ic.
Misses' excellent lisle finished hose in sizes 6 to 9, best 50c
quality .special at only, pair 25c.
Infants' stockings in sizes 4 to 6V6 in black and white, at
half price. This includes cotton, lisle and a few pairs silk,
regular prices were 25c, 35c, 50£ and 69c, for two days only
the prices will be 12'/ic, 17Vic, 25c and 35c.
There Are Only f wo Days More
For the Gingham Sale
You are standing in your
own light if you have a sin-
gle want in Ginghams for
the coming fall season. This
is National Gingham Week
and we are offering the low-
est prices of the entire year
on our entire stock of dress
and • apron ginghams. In
many instances we are sell-
ing these goods for less than we can buy them for at the mills.
We know that you can not buy such ginghams as these any-
where in America for the prices we are naming this week.
Note the special prices, then come tomorrow and make your
Imported English Zephyr Ginghams, soft and fine as silk,
beautiful patterns in plaids, checks, stripes, many three and
four color combinations, all 32 inches wide, every color fast.
These are our finest $1 ginghams, special this week, yard
Extra quality Zephyr Ginghams, full 32 inches wide in a
wealth of beautiful plaids, checks, stripes, as well as all plain
colors, fifty pieces of our very best 75c ginghams, this week
only the price is 49c.
Dress Ginghams in a great many attractive new patterns,
both light and dark colors, plaids, stripes, neat checks, also
solid colors, 27 and 32 inches wide, best 50c quality, special
this week only, yard 39c.
Romper Cloth, a very superior quality of extra weight
gingham that makes ideal wash suits for boys, girls' dresses
and ladies' house dresses, 32 inches wide, both light and dark
patterns in neat stripes, regular 50c, special this week, yard
Very best quality Apron Ginghams, 27 inches wide, all size
checks in blue, pink, black and green, every color fast, reg-
ular 40c, special this week only, yard 25c.
Tissue Ginghams in a very wide range of desirable pat-
terns, 27 inches wide, stripes, checks, plaids and plain colors,
our best quality, special this week yard only 39c.
Very beautiful Tissue Ginghams, 32 inches wide, some
pieces are full yard wide, very smart patterns, every color fast,
ideal for dresses for both ladies and children, regular $1,
special this week at only 50c.
tfQfil iPl "
The September Sale of Blankets
And Comforts, Monday
Hundreds of our customers have been asking when this
great bedding event would start. We know it will be wel-
come news to every housekeeper with blankets or comforts to
buy to know that we are going to offer more than five hun-
dred pairs of best blankets at great price reductions as well as
hundreds of beautiful comforts. Watch Sunday Transcript
for full details of this great September Sale of Blankets.
Norman's Greatest Store
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