The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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i Barbour & Sons
Pennants, Kodaks, Fountain
Pens-the best in the world-Foot-
ball and Gymnasium goods, and
watches, clocks and jewelry.
Barbour & Sons
Mrs. D. W. Griffin gave an in-
* . ? formal dinner at six Saturd y
* SOCIETY NEWS ^ evening in honor of the Doctor's
.i.****************! birthday. Dr. and Mrs Bobo,
! Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Edwards
(Held over from last week.) were £uets-
Mrs L. Short and her daugh- Monday evening a farewell
ter, Miss Myrtle, both of Arizo- dinner was given by the Minis-
na, spent several days visiting tenal Association, at the home of
their relative Mrs. Dave Ince, Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Reed, 115
leaving Thursday afternoon for S. Porter Ave , in honor of Kev.
NEW YORK TAILORING COMPANV
Our Fall and Winter wool samples are now
on display for the fall and winter
Our cleaning and pressing department is
second to none
We Are the Only Hatters in Norman
All clothes called for and delivered
Dr. and Mrs. DeBarr gave a
charming dinner-party Monday
night, their guests numbered
Prof, and Mrs. House, Dr. and
Mrs. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs.^ But-
ler, Miss Dora and Prof. Erwin.
The Guild of St. John's Epis-
copal church spent a pleasant
afternon at the prettv home of
Mrs. H. V. Bozell 508 Chaut iu-
qua Ave. The afternoon was
spent in fancy work which will
be sold and the proceeds donated
to the church work. Mesdames
J. W. Davis, Tucker, Rue, Ba-
ringer, Dwight, Holmberg,
Reaves and Miss Brooks were
in attendance and later in the
afternoon the Reader, Mr. Grif-
fith, called and chocolate whip
and Mrs. R. E. L. Morgan and,
Rev. and Mrs. D. F. Styles, who
will be departing in a few days
for their new homes. Mrs. G.
W. Taft and Mrs. Reed were
hostesses for the occasion. The
long table presented a pretty
picture with its display of fruits
asparagus and many shaded j
candles. At each corner was j
placed a leaf of Virgina creeper, j
with a hallowed-out apple con- j
taining a lighted candle. A so-1
cial evening was spent after the j
A halloween party f great]
sport and fun was given by the
Misses Taylor at their home, 323 j
N. Stewart Ave. The house
decorations and parlor games |
were all suggestive of witches
pumpkins and black cats. The
ped cream, margurets and mints suggestion was carried on with
were served. On November the
14th the next meeting will be
held at King Hall with Miss
Brooks as Hostess.
Mrs. A. E. Foster's "at home"
Tuesday afternoon was one of
the pretty affairs of the week.
She was assisted
and entertaining by Mrs. Ben
Williams and Mrs. F. B. Erwin.
A short musical program was
given, one of the special num-
bers being a vocal solo by Mrs.
G. W. Taft, "Just for To-day."
Another pretty number was a
solo by Mrs. Gallier. Miss El-
vie McFerron and Miss Mary
Hughes furnishc d pretty piano
! solos. Mrs. Foster in a charm-
ing manner gave a short person-
al greeting to all. The Misses ^
] Hughes and Mrs. Gallier served ^
a course luncheon in the dining
room. Autumn flowers were
i given as favors.
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IF WE HAVE VDtiH BUSINESS "
We Appreciate it. If Not
WE WANT IT
Our treatment of you will convince you
of our sincerity. Business relations with this
bank are of special advantage to you in an off
year. Man> farmers in this locality can look
to the future cheerfully even if crops are a
failure because their business has been with
us. Think about it.
THE FARMERS NATIONAL BANK OF
A GOOD BANK IN A GOOD CITY
the refreshments. All pronoun
ced it a most enjoyable evening.
Out of town guests were Mrs.
Paton of Purcell and Mrs. Tom
Waddle of Lexington.
Mrs. Geo. Smith was hostess
to the M. E. Ladies Tuesday
receiving afternoon. A large attendance
was present and two hours was
spent in music and general con-
versation. At five a luncheon
All clubs and social affairs
booked for yesterday (Thur day)
Nov. 2nd were postponed to fu- j
ture dates on account of the j
"open house" held by the Old j
Regime at the handsome home i
of Mrs. W. N. Newell on Univer-j
sity Boulevard. All clubs and j
ororities were invited and over j
two hundred guests called dur- j
ing the afternoon. Mrs. Chead-}
le received at the door while in j
the front parlor Mesdames W. '
Miss Hattle Wilkins gave a de- M. Newell. J. D. Maguire, John
lightful masquerade dance at her | Franing, T. E. Smith, and L. J.
home on E. Gray Saturday night. Edwards received. The rooms
About fifteen couples attended, j were profusely decorated with
... ... ferns and palms. The dining
r lfteen of the young folks on | room was especially attractive in
N. I eters Ave. assembled at the ; jts array of greenerv and autumn
home of Jeanette Barbour's Hal- flowers. Mesdames John Hardy,
lowe en night and spent the; John Taylor and J. H. Felgar
evening in fun and frolic. AIL piesided at the coffee urn. Lit-
came wrapped in sheets and Marguret Wilcox was a dain-
i wearing masks. Pumpkin pie ty assistant as she ushered the I
and apples were the refresh- guests to the cloak room on the j
second floor. The register was j
attended in the library by the
of daughters, Misses Lottie Taylor,
Ruth Newell. Nina Bessent and!
Mrs. Chas. Wantland. During
To reflect and act upon
quickly, is the buying of
Real Estate. If you have
not already attended to this
important matter, stop in
any day, or telephone your
wishes and we will show
you our listings in and
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Saturday ni ht a pretty dinner
party was given at the home
Prof, and Mrs. Cheadle 509 W.
S.vmes St. At one table with
the host and hostess, sat Mr.
and Mrs. Tucker and Mr. and
Mrs. Voss. This table was dec- . .
orated with cut flowers while at1 &lven as *<ivors.
I another table the sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Cheadle entertained
| the four little daughters of the
company. Many candles of var-
ious h es were the adornments
for the children's table After
j the dinner a social evening was
the full afternoon the Victrolo
furnished music. A sprig af
autumn leaves and flowers were
Notice For Publication.
H-M II t H H
Keep Your Money in Oklahoma
Insure in the Retailers Fire
SEE A. T. CLARK
-Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Moore
of Oklahoma City have tieen the
guests of Norman friends for
the past week, while here they
visited in the homes of Mr. Har-
ry Lindsay, Mrs. Pauline Shakel-
ford and Mrs. D. W. Marquart.
—J. W. Davis left Friday eve-
ning for Waco where he goes to
visit friends and relatives and
incidentally attend the Cotton
Palace now in session at that
Boost for Norman.
The Mission study class was
i entertained Friday afternoon by
Miss Mable Morgan. The af-
ternoon was spent in music and
conversation, after which the
hostess assisted by Miss Olga
Bobo served fruit, wafers and
chocolate. Little Mary Pauline
Prickett was a special guest.
Mrs. Geo. Graham 426 E.< Gray
entertained a large number of
little boys and girls Saturday af-
ternoon in honor of the ninth
birthday of her daughter, Lois.
The rooms were prettily decorat-
ed with pumpkins of various
js'zes. The birthday cake held
nine pink candles which the lit-
tle hostess lit during the serving.
She was the recipient of many
pretty and useful birthday re-
The Pi Beta Phi sorority's
"open house" Tuesday after-
| noon was well attended. The
halloween idea was carried out
both in the de -orations and re-
freshments. A huge pumpkin
being used as a receptacle for
the cider. Doughnuts wire also
Mrs. E. VV. Wilcox, assisted bv
Mrs. W. N. Newell, was a mrst
charming hostess Wednesday af-
ternoon to the N. and T. Club,
besides several special guests.
The guest of honor was her sis-
ter, Miss Ludda, of Texas, who
will leave in a few days for an
' extended trip in California and
other western states. Besides
the club members present Mes-
dames Griffin, Edwards, Eph-
raim, Barbour and Misses Vida
Marquart and Lida White at-
tended. A dainty salad course
i U. S. Land Office at Guthrie, Oklahoma.
October 11, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that George A.
Hawkins, of Tribbey, Oklahoma, R. F.
1). No. 3, who, on October 3, k^>6, made
Homestead Entry No. 14349, Serial No.
"2795. SW 1-4. SW 1-4, Section 35, Town-
ship S North, Range 1, Kast Indian Mer-
! Mian, has filed notice of intention to
j make Final Five Year Proof, to estab-
lise claim to the land above described,
before the Clerk of the District, Court at
his office at Norman, Oklahoma, 011 the
Jist day of November, 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses:
L. J. DeWitt, R. H. Woodring, Ben J
nennctt. / R. Click, all of Noble, Okla. ,
R. V. D No. 2.
I X. HOrSTOtS1, Register.
Notice for Publication.
I . S. Land Office at Guthrie, Oklahoma.
October 11, 1911.
Notice lureln given that George W.
Hopper of N >ble, ()klahoma, R. F. I>.
No. 2. who. on May 10, 1906, made
Homestead Lntry No. 14140. Serial No.
026S5, fit NK 14. NE 14. Section 33,
Township s North, R.mge 1. East Indian
Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make Final Five Year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above descril>ed, before
the Ckrk of the District Court, at his of-
fice at Norman, Oklahoma. 011 the 21st.
day of November, 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses:
L J. DeWitt, R. B. Woodring, Ben
Bennett, Z. R. Click, all of Noble, Okla.
R. F. D. No. 2.
L. N. HOUSTON. Register.
In the District Court of Cleveland
Counts, Mate of Oklahoma.
Grace Nail. Plaintiff,
Will Nali. Defendaiit.
TO WILL N AIL, OEFLN DANT.
You are hereby notified that you
have been sued, and unless you ans-
wer plaintiff's petition in said court,
on or before November 29, 1911, judg-
ment will be rendered against you,
granting di voice to plaintiff.
Given under my hand and the seal of
said court, on Oct, 19, 1911.
1 Seal • Tom Cheatwood,
Giesh i.:; \ Gresbam, A11\ -. 47.41.
First National Bank
OF NORMAN, OKLAHOMA.
OFFICERS AN!) DIRECTORS:- E. B. Johnson,
C. H- Bessent, Jno. C. Lindsay, S. A. Ambrister,
J. D. Maguire, Edwin DeBarr, R. C. Berry, F.
Caruthers, Jno. G. Butler and A. W. Anderson.
This bank is always prepared to meet the legiti-
mate tiusiness needs of its patrons, and solicits your
business on merit. Courteous treatment and careful
attention to business matters combined with conser-
vative business policy assure security and vatisfac-
A Local Bank for Local People.
First National Bank of Norman, Okla.
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RENNER & SO
All kinds of fresh and cured meats. The only exclu-
sive meat market in town. The highest market prices ?
EAST MAIN STREET f
f paid for hides and furs.
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- You can get the regular 10 ji
cent size cans of pork and beans j
was served followed by ices and U. S. >ubbs at 5 cans for 25
cake. cents. I
For Board and Nice Roonu„ Good
Meals, Special Rates by the Week.
MRS. BALDWIN, prop. \
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