The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 264, Ed. 1 Monday, February 3, 1919 Page: 4 of 6
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma,
(Notice of Sheriff's Sale
TT virtue of un order to me di-
J (1 and delivered, issued by P.
I Swank, Juilue of the District
I rt ..f Cleveland County, Okla-
I ia, in an action in said Court
•rein the Minnetonka Lumber
Inpany is plaintiff nd Gijt
Irenberu is defendant, I. Will on
tenth day of February, 1919,
I .veen the hours of 9 o'clock a.
1 and - o'clock p. m. of said day,
1 the cour.t house in Norman
veland County, Oklahoma, of
I at public sale and sell to the
| hest bidder, for cash in hand,
following described property,
1 9 pkes. ciparetts, 2 pktrs. paper
hs, 45 boxes stationery. IK cans
gal.) fruit, 4 do7.. matches, 24
8 laundry soap, 1"> cans toma-
s, 19 pkgs. spaghetti. 24 bottles
l one oil,, 10 cans milk, .'SK cans
iced clams, 1 water cooler. 1
: drinking glasses, .'1 cans K L
ting powder, 68 pkgs S. Shine
s 4 boxes candy, 40 boxes
| ail crackers, 10 boxs animal
kies, 53 Ever Ready Safety
ors 1 ice chest, 1 refrigerator,
.able, 10 boxes safety razor
| des, 3 show cases, 1 ice cream
:! boxes aromints, (i chairs, 1
v. tub, one-half kag Coca Cola,
>kg. mints, 1 tobacco cutter, 1
sage mill, 3 waiter platters,, 1
f. Juicy Fruit chewing gum, 2
ks pepper, 1 cook stove, 15 shoe
s, 1 heating stove, 1 oil stove,
hurn 1 flour can, 2 boxes salted
| .nuts, 1 (5) gal. keg, 10 bear
ilets, 22 pkg. Prince Albert
15 bottles flavoring, 1«
oms, 1 cartoon Bull Durham S.
1 waffle iron, cooking uten-
, 1 cady Star tob., 54 pkg. Post
ities (small), 23 pkg. Crape
I ts (small), 22 memorandum
ks, 5 box cough drops, 2 box
cream cones, 96 writing tah-
I • , 21 doz. tab.
| aid property to lie sold in bulk;
1 property having been levied
as the property of the said Gib
I vertberg, and taken on attach-
nt issued out of said court in
or of the Minnetonka Lumber
)ated this 29th day of January,
. B. Wheelis, Sheriff.
| :. F. Clay. Deputy.
Jewell & Cooke, Attorneys for
Local and Personal
I in that city. They sure do take
lots of money out of Norman ev-
r v j cry Sunday. The fact that no
Miss Mary Burns was here from showa ure auoWCd in Norman on
Oklahoma City last week, the | gund#y certainiy does not prevent
week-end guest of Miss Judith Vlr- , Y,atrnni7.inir
; those so inclined from patronizing
! them in other cities.
Prof. C. C. Bcaird was here from
Holdenville over Sunday visiting
friends. He is principal of the
holdenville high school and doing
Our "flat work" service will
please you. Let us call for your
laundry next week. Phone 71.
Norman Steam Laundry.
Mrs. Ed H. Burke is in receipt of
a letter from her brother, J. D.
Womack, stating that he is well at
Coblenz, Germany, billited in a
chateau and being treated fine by
the German populacc.
Mac. Williams arrived home on
Saturday from Philadelphia, where
he has been stationed in the navy
for the past fourteen months. He
has been discharged and comes
home t0 re-enter civil life.
Johnson Boys Coming Home:
Lieut. Montford Johnson was here
on Sunday stopping off on his way
from Louisville, Ky., to Fort Sill,
from which point he will receive
his discharge in a short time. Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Johnson hear from
their other son, Graham, that he
has received his discharge from
the navy and will be home this
week, and from Lieut. Neil John-
son, now in France, that he has
been transferred from the 315th
Ammunition Train to Co. A. of the
112th Artillery and will start
home in March. All the boys have
made excellent records and will be
warmly welcomed home.
Norman Young Man Honored:
Major Peck has announced as a
candidate for the Democratic
nomination for Mayor of Oklaho
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ferguson,
who have conducted the Cherokee
Republican for the past ten years
and made it one of the best known
publications in Oklahoma, with a
state-wide fame, have sold it to
S. C. Timmons and Ursel Finch,
two well-known newspaper men of
that county, who took charge Feby.
1st. The Transcript understands
Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson will move
to Oklahoma City. Both are recog-
nized as among the best writers in
the state, and have a world of
friends who will wish them success
wherever their lines may be plac-
Mrs Mary L. Burns has filed her
suit in district court asking a di-
vorce from Chas. A. Burns, to
whom she was married at Lexing-
ton on April 6, 1918. Extreme
cruelty is charged. Judge J. B.
Grigsby is her attorney.
Your "family washing" all
washed nice and clean -pieces re
quiring it ' are starched and all
flat pieces are ironed. Try our
service with your next bundle
Phone 71. Norman Steam Laun-
Emmett Graham has been se-
lected as secretary of the Young
Men's Democratic club in Oklaho-
ma City, to fill a vancancy, and
will undoubtedly be elected to the
place permanently in March. Those
who know the young man will be
certain he will give excellent satis-
Mrs. Jessie M. Goldsborough, by
her attorneys, Hutchin & Burk
asks a divorce from Cornelius
Goldsborough, who were married
December 3, 1914. Extreme cruelty
ma City, with every prospect that I and desertion are «*«£'« ■ Jhe
he will get it, for he is a clean | petition sets forth that Mr l*ows
man and an able one. He has al- j borough is an expert baker an
ready demonstrated his good sense j capable of making $30 per week
by appointing a Norman young and she asks alimony and support
Land near Randlett that was
being leased for from $8 to $10 per
acre a month or two ago is now
bringing from $150 to $250, owing
to the "coming in" of a big oil well
in that vicinity. The same thing
may be the experience of land
'owners in Cleveland county.
Stranger things have happened.
Jotice is hereby given that in
BUance and compliance with
provisions of Section 32, Arti-
5 of the Constitution of the
te of Oklahoma, that the State
jislature of the State of Okla-
la, in regular session of 1919
I bo asked to consider and pass
>cal or special bill which in sub-
nce is as follows:
| 'hat the County Clerk, of Cleve-
i County. Oklahoma, may ap-
it one chief deputy at a salary
to exceed $100.00 per month,
one deputy at a salary not to
ecd $75.00 per month, and
2r deputies in case of an emer-
cy at a salary not to exceed
00 per month. That the county
asurer, of said County, may sp-
it one chief deputy at a salary
to exceed $100 00 per month,
one other deputy in ease of an
:rgency at a salary not to ex-
1 $75.00 per month. The County
orney may appoint one deputy,
> shall also act as stenographer
a salary not to exceed $90.00
month. The County Superin-
lent of Public Instruction may
oint one deputy at a salary not
.jxceed $75.00 per month for a ,
' od of six months. The Court j
"k may appoint one deputy at i
ilary not to exceed $100.00 per j
ith and one deputy at Lexing-
Oklahoma, County Court, at a
ry not to exceed $40.00 per
ith, and in addition thereto the
rt Clerk shall be allowed his
ial expenses while in atten-
ce upon the Court other than
county seat. The Sheriff may
oint one field deputy at a salary
to exceed $125.00 per month.
Under Sheriff at a salary not
axceed $75.00 per month and
Jailor at a salary not to ex-
1 $85. per month. The County
essor may appoint one deputy
i saiary not to exceed $100 00
month, and be allowed to ex-
1 $250.00 for additional help in
:ing up the tax rolls, and in ad-
>n thereto he, or his deputy,
1 be allowed feed for their
| n, gasoline for their automobile
refunds for moneys paid for
s, while making assessments
•r than the County seat. That
above and foregoing provis-
and appointments shall be
e by and with the approval
consent of the Board of Coun-
Commissioners of Cleveland
nty, Oklahoma. 31-4t*
Capt. and Mrs. Oscar Webster
arrived on Sunday from Camp
Sherman, and are visiting Oscar's
mother and other relatives. He is
on a leave of absence, and will
soon return t0 Camp Dix, N. J.,
and will remain in the regular
army. He has been connected with
the army for some twelve years.
man as his publicity agent, givin?
Edwin Minteer, son of J. C. Min-
teer, that position. Edwin has been
connected with the newspapers of
Oklahoma City, off and on, for a
number of years, and will undoubt-
edly do Major Peck good service.
Holmboe Company Sues: Attor-
ney Dudley & Hardie, represent-
ing the Holmboe Construction com-
pany, have entered suit in district
court against Howard Snell, Mrs.
Mary Snell and S. C. Creveling for
$831, balance due, the company
claims, for construction of the
Sooner Shop building on Asp
of the child.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Endicott are] in
receipt of cards from their son,
Robert Ray Endicott, mailed at
Hoboken, N. J., on January 30th,
stating that he had landed safely
from overseas on that day and
hoped to be home within thirty
War Mothers, Attention! There
will be a special meeting of the
War Mothers at the Christian
church at 7:30 this (Monday) eve-
ning to which all members are
urgently requested to be present,
as business of importance will be
Dorset Carter seems to be com-
ing to the front. He has been ap-
pointed president of a number of
the branch lines of the Santa Fe
system, succeeding President Rip-
ley. The lines are: Oklahoma Cen-
tral, Western Oklahoma and San-
ta Fe, Oil Fields and Santa Fe,
Osage County and Sanfa Fe, and
the Tulsa and Santa Fe. Mr.
Carter acts under the supervision
of the national railroad manage-
Mr and Mrs. E. J. Simpson, of
the Norman Cash Store, hear fr#*i
their son, Earl, who has been sta-
tioned at San Diego, Cali., that he
has an opportunity to travel over
I the world at a salary of $175 per
j month, and think of taking it. He
! would go as supercargo on vessels
! sailing from San Francisco and
j ether Pacific ports. Certainly a
' splendid oportunity for the young
' man, and Mr. Simpson has wired
him to take it.
Attorney Thos. W. Mayfield has
filed suit for Mrs. Edna Beaver in
district court asking for a divorce
from Horace Beaver. The petition
sets forth that they were married
at Lawton °n the 19th of May,
1917, and that defendant has been
guilty of extreme cruelty, cursing
the plaintiff and applying vile and
opprobious names to her.
The interurban cars were
crowded on Sunday by Normanites
and students of the University
going to Oklahoma City to attend
the shows and other amusements
to his parents, says that he paid
seven francs (about $1.40) for a
few dozen lemon drops and would
have bought more at the same
price had the supply not been ex-
hausted. The boys all call lustily
! for "hard candy" indicating that
it is a pretty scarce article "over
Messrs. Fred and Sam Reynolds
are giving the Fred Reed drug
store a thorough going-over, paint-
ing and repapering, and are going
to make it look spick and span.
REAL ESTATE OFFERINGS
A 7-room modern residence,
choice location, West side, priced
to sell $2,800.
A 5-room residence, 7 lots, good
out buildings, house in good con-
dition, East side, $1,600.
A3-room house, 4 lots, good
A 3-room plastered house, lot
A 7-room bungalow, 4 lots,
choice location, $3,000.
A modern 10-room residence,
fine sleeping porches, choice loca-
tion. Second floor rents for $60
per month. A bargain, inquire for
A 4-room residence and bath,
A 160-acre farm, 75 acres alfal-
fa bottom,' fair improvements, $50
Residence lots on DeBarr and
Jenkins avenue, owned by Non-
residents. Priced to sell.
by the year,
not by the suit
good quality is.
Clothes like the
& Marx make,
and we sell, cost
they wear much
longer and you
buy less often-
The home of Hart
Schaffner & Marx
Clothes Copyright 1311- Hart Sttatfucr .
THIS HAPPENED IN NORMAN
"Are you going to make a gar-
den this year?"
"No," replied Mr. Crosslots.
made a garden last year and my
neighbors kept chickens. This year
it's going to be my turn to have
;deral tires, the tire with the
le Base. Minteer Motor Co.
ing a Sale!
fl ()U don't leave
2s your rig in the
middle of the road and
go to a fence post
to read a sale bill do
you? Then don't ex-
pert the other fellow to
ed at hi
If lu- is
ad in this
, ^aidless <
the entire expense of
,1. ami it's « poor ad.
won't pull that buyer.
ad in this paper
the people you ar
Hills may be a necessity,
but the ad is the thing that
does the business.
Don't think of having a
special sale without usiur
advertising space in this
One Extra Buyer
at a sale often pays the
entire expense of the ad
Get That Buyer
"THE HOME_OF THE SUPER-SILENT DRAMA
UNIVERSAL SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
J he ' six' BIG 'WONDERFUL REELS
A GOOD "NESTOR" COMEDY ^
"The Fickle Blacksmith
and HFARST NEWS—THE LATEST WORLD
A NEWS AS IT ACTUALLY HAPPENED.
See Raiding New York From the
IT IS DEMONSTRATED HOW EASILY NEW
YORK COULD BE BOMBED BY AEROPLANES
SEE OUR s'flOW EACH DAY—WE CHANGE OUR
PRORAMS DAILY _______
Orchestra Music—Matinee Daily, 2 p. m.
Children 5c. Adults 15c.
THESE WOMEN AWE ^ \
ALWAYS KICKING ABOUT A'' \ I
ushing. i'll show'pm (—'/
HC WTO GET IT DONE .2^
: • -|==
my WASHERWOMAN HAS CI SUPPOSE
HEN5V i I umi i <;nt/
) WILL. SOMEBODY S
disappointed me, hen3v
i suppose ixl have to DO
THftT e>IO WASH>1YSELF'J
50t to do it /
thunder 'that pile of dirtr •
clothes doesn't get smaller very fast.
well this isnt quite such a cinch
as i thought it was
-n gee, my n
) back aches! v
[good morning! i had.an awful
Mcruriatinc agonies of rheuma-
pe usuallv the result of failure of
Inejs to expel poisons from tbe ,
. If the irritation of these uric
■j'Btais is allowed to continue, in- J
5 biadder or kidney disease may
Attend to it at ouee. Don t
to temporary relief, "be sick
s must be restored to health by
e of tome sterling remedy which
event a return of the disease,
gome GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
ipeulea immediate!;'. They have
t back the joys of life to count-
lousauds of sufferers from rh u-
i lame back, lumbago, sciatica,
ones, gravel and other affections
kidneys, liver, stomach, bladder
r will attack the poisons at once,
rut the kidneys and urinary tract
e toothing healing oils and herba
mtore the inflamed tissues and
to normal health.
others ate imitations. Ask tor
MKDAL and be sure the name
MKl'AI. ia on the box, Thre*
at ti! good druggists,
We have a full and com-
plete stock of
And if there is a special
form you want, we will
print it for you.
prise Pub. Co-
We have an Emerson Piano like new to
be sold by February 5 for $125. On terms
to suit. This is a real bargain if you are
looking for a used piano.
Norman Music Co.
North Side Hast Main Street
/-( you well9
OREAMAeooT DOING washing ' ThE MAHUrACTURE&S
myself i wantmv house | ao machines a
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WASHER* AND waiNGEft POT IN / V.
IMMEDIATELY 1 ' —
to do tm : washing 11
■v THEY 0 SHIP 10,000
Nt * eusttfssLg -
With the THOR ELECTRIC LAUNDRY MACHINE in the home
all clothes are washed beautifully clean, absolutely without any hand
rubbing, and at a cost of only 2 cents an hour for electricity.
Sold for cash or on easy monthly payments. We will deliver the
machine to you, all charges paid, with the privilege of free demonstration
in your home before paying us one penny. Ask for further particulars.
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co.
E. W. CRALLE & CO., Dealers
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 264, Ed. 1 Monday, February 3, 1919, newspaper, February 3, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc113962/m1/4/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.