The Norman Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 13, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 30, 1921 Page: 3 of 8
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"'HE NORMAN TRANSCRIPT—NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
CHANGE COUNTY BOOKS
IN TREASURERY OFFICE?
S O CI
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Parkinson Says Miss Briggs Sugges-j Jti<ki> mid Mrs. Het.aer Swank
tion is Uncon.stitator.al, But She * '.-ii'im I with j -in >'i in
la Undaunted. i i;i l..\ v. >i 4.-
. — Mr. ;i.' 1 Mr I- <' r-',: -. >1 • '
in spite ■ i the refusal received from Mrs. ■ - I- lindsay, M' ■ and Mi
\V. A. Paden and Miss Ima Jutuct.'
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.Mr. and -Mrs. J. 1\ Brookes were
dinner quests (if Mr. and Mrs. George
Maxson Wednesday evening.
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Mr. and Mrs. j. L. I.iud-ay and
children vveie inst- M i,>! 'M'ji.
,■11 j K-1:,SL-1! Monroe Thin iky vv. i;iuK r
the ! dinner.
. 1 ledr s, v.. Mid ' ♦ ♦ *
l" I J)r. ae<l 1 V\ . C>'":n .i >1 i
rk Ktnl j1 leave ii Utr KUCsts Wednciday. even ng were
her ;to-.. , is the I. ! ''r.-C. ' ai"l Mr. S R. Ha
I'hat sh can I and Mr . Hoy Oiltin.t r ;mm! \Tiss^
hrnui/ht up ; i i.-el :'.nd !■' "ti,. (,i
t>: «• • t ate ( y.iniuer and n--: cctor\
• i iici" n-'.niiiv ti (> proposed. intp -
duction of .i loosfc.leaf system here
Mis> Lydia Briggs, county trra>n r,
>ays that she will sec the examine
and inspector and talk fTvt-r the pro-
position again before giving up t'.e
i i'¥ ease anfl the in«;rr; scd eff
> y til . v. ouid oir by
jxi t as safe
lief the i'-e:is:;rer.
(nit ''in; «'.mv at - ,.nn. ut
81 it, if eh( cifti talft the projpo-j tinglr. .
it'1 •: \ e 1 1: <■ ' " 1- l . * '
Parkinson, the state examiner and in-1 i'lic Prefibytc; ian • '««ti a
spector was here assertion regardfrtu: | interesting meeting 1neisday after-
tile eontinu. 1 attempts to put the pro- u v>i'U Mrs. (1. W. W i! y who <va.
position .IV. r. • J assisted by Mrs. Gayfrcc Ellison, Mrs
Differentiating bctv -n a ,4|icr:- :iii-; i litwnard Ileitiirieli. . «•! .. • J-
: ,.,.1-ord.' and a louse-leal I 'd", r lltdl.'j 1 . '.1 IX! ' ' to'. 1 ' >
Mr. Parkinso„ pointed • •.( in the let- and .Mrs. t ., Vv. Sli union r.a.l a h;t-
. r ti, Mi~: I'l ' thai a pa i ' ' 11 Id '■ < "ill Mr. . ! ' er . lid
be removed too easily. Miss Briggtf hi* wife, who are ptis«ionarii6 ■_ ut
states her side thus. | China, concerning the conditions tnat
Loose Leaf is'ETiicient iexi-t tiA-re 'i I Ml-m,
'Pile county clelVa book* make a were elected for* the coming year:
check on even-thing done in the. Mr. R. VV. tlutty, president: Mrs.
i. -i-peer's off ee, and the c mty - Robert Muldniw, vice president; M..
■ ■-sor's tax hoo!. - and ledi er3 must J. L. Kaftt.-r. >
, Willi the ti. ''iter's books Berry, treasurer.
retary, and Mrs. R. C.
L .( ir mes sp-iit-.Wedncsdjiy and j
ursdajt ill ! u: < \'ai!ey' . n n.iri-
f( :i!H t!u.-r eCluvL ! -i' ! - '
ment ina'le 4>y the treasmrr monthVe
in >nmniarizing the daily reports to the
county clerk _oeS alv> to t'.«■ slate
examiner's office and makes another
\Vay ( i cheekim." t«i .
If bit; corporations; can use the , , 07 i
loose-leaf f-vstem that allows one to pound boy ' hursd: y. Jannrry ... a. .
use a machine in the bookkeepingithe lioim> of Mr«. J.dms.m jjarents, j
•why should not the satne be as el-fMc, and Mrs. G. IK Smith, aU M l-
ficient ill a public oiiiee. s a nie ler avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. ("Ii
1 ton T. Johnson r
the birth of a te
ti.>n that Miss Briggs wants to have
That tin- c'ustitution : ; tin* ;!-tate
examiner's duty a- establishing and,
furnishing th f it'onji system used
by all Oklahoma countv treasurers
and that the lo< -e leaves would he
v&riation from the one ui ed and a.-
i*i ady in force in all other county
t. t<11 ry bookket \ i 1:-ets v. as a Sec-
ond objection made.
(iooil reasons imi-t, ^
plaee to better.—Sliakesi' are.
Miss Gladys 1
City is visiting
i > ill 1 uu and
^tnipbell of < )klahoma
M r. and M >. < '• "
Mis> -I'ranees Orcr.
Ollie and Mm;i
c visiting Mr
Mrs.- i d
! )id \'ou ever stop* to lliink ci
few cents a day will <1<)
When we tell you, you will be sur-
prised. But a lew cents a day, con-
sistently laid a>i,de for a given period
v ill make you independently rich.
1 };d yen know that you can ;;'ohl
dollars at less than 00 cents on the
dollar, if you are willing to wait a
short time for delivery?
Did voi: know that large corpora-
lions, cycii vniir j. .>vei-ninent, will -i.v
you to take their securities and hold
them a few years:
Figun it out !"■ r yourself what you
can save in a lew h >rt years il you put
h\ ju 1 ,2.ic a da v. 1 hen come in ano
let Us shov vou how Volt can get gohl
(lull-.r.- •' 1 -s 1 j*;,.'. and make more
than iour per cent on them.
r.ond- ser uriti'-s and 1:1 >' rt\ 1 >< <
will make you majiy dollars inter* i.
and vou c:-u buy the-m \vhh thai tv en-
tv-five cents a day, if yoi| will put'it
aw ay if dy for a hort time.
We will .be glad"to go into the inter-
c ;iu' details oi . v hat twenty, ive
' cent - a day * ' • • ii voi: Will • oni< ;
and on 1 "t «t 1
This bank 'is your bank. f.( 'oiisider it
ii . (1 •. nine in and talf. it over.
Security State Bank
No Depositor in a State Hunk in Oklahoma Ever
llo: t a Dollar
00 Bungalow Aprons
A fade of nice (itiali: - itcrcalc, all pretty OH
new styles, at — 3* C
Muslin and Outing Flannel
Re])l'e>ei led are liowns. I e.ltlies.'Skil'ts,
which ' . ' h:.i\'C In n si 11 i11l; ru;ht almig
i • hi.l ■ i in •' qo
75c Silk and Lisle Stockings
\\ t.men's lull iasliioncd Stockings of fine
, nalit\ Silk ami Lisle, in brown, black
and white, regular and out sizes, - (J0
3 ib. I uttou Ikittin.;, quilU'il, fine snow
viiiit -.1 Pi'ttio .a.-, also QQ
icl I'cttici at;-, at *
Single Gray Blankets
"J m) inchi rxtra I; • si/.e, c\-
for sit-ipiiiK porch sheds or 00^,
I in, for t.'oiiil'orts, t ouch Covers etc.
N otions C ombin at ion
5 cards Snap FastetMrs
2 Collar j'.iinl . any size
paper Bet 1 'i0
I- 25c I. >th Brush _4
1 25c in i ok;ate I alci 1 i - -
1 2. . ilium largo lWtlcr I 'tiff
1],' l-'aiu Pi' i- —
1 10c I'ttrl ish \\ ash Rag - QQ
All for 33c
Men's and Ladies' Unions
Men's iiue i ibbei,! Bleaelied I nions, all
l.adit-' extra qualit) Bleached
ii !i , li'.Ji lie1 ;iiid 1«nii; slc«'\ (_•>.
' 1 c\ •. . -ave §1 t" QQ
$1.50 Hi ilk suit ' w0'
$ . r""""
•sU;v:" -b tv.'jux
;,v- ,■ ,. - V
Another event 6f interest to money savers. Every week is "Thrift
Week" at this store. • Tuesday, the day when ninety-nine cents will
buy merchandise worth afe much as $2.00, $3.00 and even more in
Only a comparative few of the ninety-nine cent items are contained |
in this ad. Every display table will be crowded to the utmost with
bargains. - ■ "
Medium line ribbed Children s Stockings-,
Children's Ribbed Stockings
Mercerized Damask, f><> inch, extra heavy
inches wide, each, yard
White Goods Reduced
Flowered and Striped Flannelette
> ix an
for 7. c
$1.50 and $2.00 Pure Thread Silk
wllite a 'I l.':e.'k, al
i in e 1 he i 1. : t' *•
_ Dj C
I'ancy 1! rkish owelb
l.i Ii 'I..wets.
lleavv Silk and b'anc. Wool Sucks
$2(00 and "$2.30 Silk Knit and Sill. 00
Crib Blankets, 36x48
I'lankcts, assorted d> - Qfl
$2.00 vilfle wvC
No'Phone Orders Accepted For
No Phone Orders Accepted For
the 99c Day.
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The Norman Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 13, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 30, 1921, newspaper, January 30, 1921; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc168314/m1/3/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.