The Norman Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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E WANT YOU TO COME TO
Next Saturday June 2otn is Special Bargain Day
with all the stores named below We want you
to be sure and come to Norman on that day. We
will pay 18c a pound, cash, for your frying size
chickens if you bring them before 2 p.m. Saturday.
We §hall give iooo votes on the Bush & Gerts pi-
ano contest with every dollar spent for cash 5at-
urday June 2()th. Come secure your share of the
bargains on that date and help your candidate
win the piano. You should come to Norman by
all means Saturday. Look at the special bargains
below and remember 18c cash a pound for fryers*
1000 Votes for $1 Saturday
BUY A COUPON BOOK AND TRADE OUT LATER AND GET TEN
VOTES FOR ONE CENT.
SPECIAL: 35c BROOM SATURDAY FOR 20c.'
TWO 5c ICE CREAM CONES FOR 5c
Barbour's Sanitary Gro
Cotton Hoes and Files
EIGHT INCH COTTON HOES WERE 50c SATURDAY ONLY 40c
NINE INCH COTTON HOES WERE 55c SATURDAY ONLY 45c
TEN INCH COTTON HOES WERE 60c SATURDAY ONLY 50c
EIGHT INCH FILES THAT WERE 15c, SATURDAY ONLY 05c
TEN INCH FILES THAT WERE 20c, SATURDAY ONLY 07c
TWELVE TNCH FILES THAT WERE 25c, SATURDAY ONLY 10c
Two Fine Bush & Gerts Pianos
Will be Given on September 5, 1914, to the two Most Popular
Young Ladies in Cleveand County by the Following Firms of Norman
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Barbour's Sanitary Grocery
+ Rea Lindsay, Druggist
Daily and Weekly Transcript
Meyer, Meyer, & Morris, Furn.
The S. K McCall Co.
"Norman's Creates Store"
Ada Blake 3,843,601
Thelma Lindsay 3,767,015
Lois McFarland 3,544,431
Stella Newman 1,229,625
Edith Taylor 451,505
Grace Bumgarner 431,540
Ledell Shives — 373,265
Anna Deihm 416,605
Myrtle Higgins 331,355
Bess McClellan 268,575
Coy Harrison 250,115
Minnie Carmon 382,685
Alice Tarkington 210,115
Mary Boyd 209,460
Kusa Meyer 11,155
Froma Johnson 6,865
Count of June 18th
Thelma Drake 6,850
Mabel Taylor 6,200
Merta Manire 10,450
Mrs. C. B. Sheldon 4,465
Maud Walker 8,955
Ethel Adams 2,575
Ethel Wright 2,025
Martha Lee Griffin 1,670
Cora Rollins 1,400
Jesse Hodges 1,650
Matilda Gibson 1,200
Mrs. S. W. Mears 1,200
Nellie Golsby 1,405
Mabel Morrison 2,445
Hellen Tullius 6,150
Meyer Meyer & Morris
TO BE SURE THAT WE HELP MAKE NEXT SATURDAY A GREAT
DAY WE ARE GOING TO PUT ON THE FOLLOWING BARGAINS FOR
ONE DAY ONLY—SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1914.
$3.50 BISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPER ONLY $2.75
$3.00 BISSELL'S CARPET SWEEPER ONLY $2.25
$2.50 BABY CARTS (BEST MAKE) ONLY $2.65
$4.00 Oak Rocker (We have but 36 of this number for $2.85
WE HAVE SOME PORCH SWINGS AND SETTEES AND CHAIRS
THAT WE WILL OFFER AT INTERESTING PRICES.
Meyer Meyer & Morris
Saturday Specials at McCall's
Men's best 50c Work shirts in all sizes, blue and gray, best made, spec-
cial Saturday three shirts for only $1.00
Men's heavy work socks in brown, gray and brown mixed, best 10 cent
socks, Saturday only five pairs for 25c.
Childrens wash dresses in percale and gingham in pink, blue and tan,
size 4 to 12 years, legular 60c dresses, special Saturday only 39c.
Ladies waists, white and colors, regular $1.00 values, special Saturday
at only 25c.
Ladies percale house dresses, many patterns, all sizes, regular 75c,
Special Saturday at only 39c.
The S. K. McCa// Co.
"NORMAN'S GREATEST STORE."
Daily and Weekly
SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1914, 1500 VOTES GIVEN FOR EVERY DOL-
LAR PAID ON SUBSCRIPTIONS TO EITHER DAILY OR WEEKLY
TRANSCRIPT, BACK OR IN ADVANCE
WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION, WITH KANSAS CITY WEEKLY STAR
OR JOURNAL AS A PREMIUM, $1.00; DAILY SUBSCRIPTION (SAT-
URDAY), $1.75 PER ANNUM BY CARRIER; $2.00 PER ANNUM BY
TEN VOTES GIVEN FOR EVERY CENT SPENT WITH THE TRAN-
SCRIPT FOR JOB WORK OR ADVERTISING.
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