The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 30, Ed. 1 Monday, May 5, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
Notice of Sale of Heal Estate by
Notice of Settlement of Final
State of Oklahoma, Seminole
County, ss. In the County
In the matter of the Guardianship
of Harvey Dare, Floyd Dare,
Luther Dare, all minors.
Notice is hereby given in pur-
suance of an order of Wie County
Court of County of Seminole,
State of Oklahoma, made on the
25th day of April, 1919, the un-
dersigned guardian of the estate
of Harvey Dare, Floyd Dare an !
Luther Dare, all minors, will sell
at Public out cry to the highest
bidder, subject to the confirmation
by said court, on Wednesday, the
28th dRy of May, 1919, at 1 o'clock
p. m., at the front door of the
Court house, at Norman, in Cleve-
land County, Oklahoma, all the
right, title and interest of said
Harvey Dare, Floyd Dare, and
Luther Dare, all minors, in the
following described real estate, sit-
uated in Cleveland County, State
of Oklahoma, to-wit: an undivided
two thirds interest in and to the
North 0ne half (1-2) of the South-
west quarter (1-4) of Section
Twelvc (12) Township Six (6)
North, and Range one (1) East.
Subject to loan, to the Conserva-
tive Loan Company of Shawnee
Oklahoma, for the sum of $800.00
with interest thereon at the rate
of 6 per cent pr annum.
Said real estate will be sold on
the following terms and condition,
to-wit: one half of the purchase
price on the day of sale, the re-
mainder on confirmation of sale
and delivery of guardian's deed.
Dated the 25th day of April,
Charle Dare, Guardian.
Coal Oil Burner, Guaranteed —
Am here demonstrating my com-
plete coal oil burner on East Main
Street. W. T. OWENS.
State of Oklahoma, Cleveland
County, ss. In the County
Notice is hereby given that
final accounts have been filed in
the following estates and guard-
ianships, in the above entitled
Court in the City of Norman; that
said estates are ready for final
settlement and that said accounts
will be examined and distribution
made on Monday the 12th day of
May, 1919, at 9 o'clock a. m., in the
County Court Room of said Court:
Estate of A. M. York, deceased,
Laura York, Administratrix; es-
tate of John F. DeLong, deceased,
Chas. H. Filson, executor; Guard-
ianship of Harry Phillips, a minor,
Wm. Morgan, Sr., Guardian.
Witness my hand and the seal of
| said Court this 23rd day of April,
4.i-3t. County Judge.
Norman Retailers at
City Hall Tonight
There will be a meeting of the
Norman Retailers' association at
the City Hall tonight (Monday)
at which every merchant of the
city should be present, as there is
important business. The hour is
8:30 and everyone should be on
time. C. W. KUWITZKY,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims
against Elisha P. Jennings, de-
ceased are required to present the
same with the necessary vouchers,
to the undersigned Sarah N. J.
Jennings, Executrix at the law of-
fice of Dudley and Hardie, Nor-
man, Okla., within four months of
the date hereof, or the same will
be forever barred.
Dated this 5th dav of April, 1919
SARAH N. J. JENNINGS.
Dudley and Hardie, Attorneys.
FOR SALE—Kaffir corn seed, $4
_ hundred. One mile north and
300 yards east of Norman. Banks
Notice of Application of Tax Deed
To name, the unknown owners, oc-
cupants, claimants, or holders
of a legal or equitable interest
in and too the following des-
cribed real estate:
You and each of you arc hereby
notified that on the 6th day of
November, 1916, the following des-
cribed real estate was sold for
taxes by the County Treasurer of
■Cleveland County, Oklahoma, and
Tax Sale Certificate No. 56 was is-
sued thereon by the County Treas-
urer of said County of Cleveland,
and said certificate has been as-
signed and transferred by law by
the County Treasurer of Cleveland
County, Oklahoma, to the under-
signed covering the following des
cribed real estate, to-wit:
The S 1-2 of NW 1-4 Sec. 24,
•9-1-west, SO acres, situated in
Cleveland County, Oklahoma, and
unless redemption be made from
said sale within sixty days after
'service of this notice, or sixty
days after the first publication
thereof, a tax deed will be demand
ed and the same will be issued a
provided bv law.
J. M. GLENN,
Owner and Holder of Ccrtifficate.
Try the Wickless Oil Stoves. De-
troit Vapor. Minteer Hdw. Co.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Cleveland county, will
on April 26, 1919 at 11 o'clock a.
m., at the office of the County
clerk at Norman, Oklahoma, re-
ceive bids for the construction of
a bridge on the state highway,
about three miles east of Noble,
locally known as "Dipping Spring'
between Sees. 30-31 8N 2W.
Bridge is to be 20-foot span,
steel I-beams, with reinforced con-
crete floor, on reinforced concrete
abutments, 13 feet high, wings 10
feet long. Plans for same may
be seen at the office of county
clerk. Contractor is to furnish
5 I-beams only, but he must furn-
ish al reinforcing steel for the a-
butments and floor, and all con-
crete material, forms, etc.
A certified check for $100 must
accompany the bid. All usual
rights are reserved by the com-
JAS. I. TUCKER, Co. Engineer
E. B. Helms, County Clerk.
Notice is hereby given that I,
L. E. Bailey, who was convicted on
the 18th day of July, 1918, in the
District Court of Cleveland coun-
ty, of the offense of grand larceny
and sentenced to serve a term of 5
years in the penitentiary, will,
thirty days after date hereof, ap-
ply to the Governor of Oklahoifia
Dated this the 22nd day of
44-5t L. E. BAILEY
Box Supper W. O. W.
Wednesday May 7th
Norman Camp, 154, W. O. W.,
will have a big box supper at their
hall on Wednesday night, May 7th.
There w;'l good speaking in ad-
dition to good eats and good music.
All ladies are expected to bring a
box or basket lunch, which will be
sold to the highest and best bidder
and proceeds appropriated for ben-
efit of the lodge. Everybody in-
vited whether a member of the
lodge or not.
R. S. DAVIS, Clerk.
Tell your neighbors and
friends about the Big Anniversary
Sale beginning Monday, May 5th.
Miss Sarah Bohannan, after a
few days' visit with Mrs. Velma
Parnell, left Sunday for Wichita,
Kans., where she will make her
Mrs. E. D. McLaughlin and Miss
Nellie Stogner spent Sunday in
Oklahoma City with Mrs. Mc-
Laughlin's mother, JVIrs. Cohee.
is the slogan nowadays and a good
one too. Why don't you do it?
Don't think that you require a
very large bank account to do it.
If you have enough t make a
reasonable first payment on a
suitable small place, and cannot
make satisfactory arrangements
with the present owner, go and
have a heart to heart talk to your
Even if he can't do it himself,
lie probably knows of somebody
who would be glad to invest in a
little place and sell it on the easy
payment plan. Such an invest-
ment, with the certainty of getting
his principal gradually back with
interest, would appeal to many a
man. We are taking it for grant-
is you are the man we are talking
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I of a man who has really a stake j
j on the face of the earth.
I And your children-—tiley will have j
[ something more than a temporary j
abode—a real home. It will be a |
i home that they can look back to !
i with remembered happiness. Mov- j
ling from one place to another does j
not tend to building up character.
j A settled home with all its ac-
1 cessories does.
j Convinced ? Then go and look
' up your home.
The rhetoric classes have finish-
The Faculty Women's club will
meet on Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. J. W. Sturgis,
j 200 East Duffy, at which time
tlicy will entertain the medical
I faculty ladies and Mrs. J. 15. A.
I Robertson of Oklahoma City. A
llaige attendance is desired and a
novel program has been arranged.
—Mrs. Frank Tappan, Chairman.
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The Clement Mortgage Company
We have for sale at all times choice 6 per cent, tax exempt,
farm mortgages ranging in amounts from $500.00 to $5,000.00, se-
cured by improved farms worth two and one half times the amount
We also have for sale second lien notes, junior to our own first
mortgages, only, running one and two years ranging in amounts
from $50.00 to $200.00 netting 8 per cent, tax exempt, and fully
guaranteed as to payment at maturity.
Paid Capital $50,000.00.
CLEMENT MORTGAGE COMPANY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
Established 1900. *
FOR SALE—One rocker, one oak
stand, one combination side board
and china closet, one new 3 burn-
er oil stove and oven, one leath-
er couch, one 5 gallon can and oil,
six dining chairs, two days only.
440 Elm. 26-2t
See our strttk of garden rakes,
hose and shovels. Minteer Hdw.
It leaves your tires like
new—full of life and ac-
KLEIN TIRE CO.
East Main, Norman.
S. D. MORGAN.
-215 West Main. Phonell
215 W. Main. Phone 622
to sell or want to buy any
thing, don't fail to call at
this store, where you will
be given a "SQUARE!
DEAL" in every way.
Fine line of new furn-
iture at prices that are
Telephone 622 and let
us tell you about it.
L. C. GILES PHONE 59 .V. C. WEIR
Office—First National Bank Building
Giies-Weir Investment Company
Farm Lands and City Property.
Call and see us, we have some good properties listed worth the
TJiaay See us if you desire a loan on farm property.
II 73-j have property for sale list it with us.
Bucilla crochet cotton in white
and all colors, regular 15c size,
$1.00 for a box of 10 spools, all
R. McMillan Jas. M. Gresham
mcmillan & gresham
Attorneys at l.aw
106 1-3 e. Main St. Phone 265
Practice in all Courts of the State
A dressy, snappy, closely-woven Haytian Panama Straw,
double protected edge, brownish-crearfi color; silk ribbon
hat band to match-
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Now we will suppose that the
preliminaries are over and that
you are settled in your own home.
You are a householder now, with
a feeling of pride and responsibil-
ity. You plant ornamental shrub-
bery where and when you wish.
; You make your little garden. You
! potter about in your spare hours,
and improve and repair your
house. Whatever you do enhanses
values or at least keeps them up.
There is no necessity of asking
any one whether you may or may
not do this or that. You have the
Don't forget the $2.00 all silk
hose at the Anniversary Sale. This
week $1.15 per pair.—Rucker's.
Extra big bargains all this week
at the Anniversary Sale.—Ruck-
THAT SERVE THE
may order that delicious Co-
lonial crushed fruit salad made
of preserved strawberries,
cherries and figs in crystal
sugar syrup frozen into the
Any quantity delivered
promptly in cans or
White Mountain Ice|
J. R. Newkumet. Phones 558-2l|
i'i-)od stock groceries doing a nice cash business for im-
proved property any place in Norman. Ask us.
VINCENT & MULDROW. Phone 50.
Did you see the window
display? It's there.
Do we want good roads or
do we want mud roads?
THAT IS THE QUESTION FOR THE MEN
AND WOMEN OF OKLAHOMA TO ANSWER
AT THE BOND ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY, .
Fifty Million Dollars for Roads==Not a Cent
THE COST OF THIS GREAT ROAD-BUILD-
ING PROGRAM WILL BE PAID FOR BY THE
OIL AND AUTOMOBILES OF THE STATE
AND BY THE LARGE INCOME TAX PAYERS
WHAT THE ADOPTION OF THIS PLAN WILL MEAN TO
IT WILL INCREASE THE VALUE OF EVERY
FOOT OF PROPERTY IN THIS STATE. IT
WILL PUT MONEY IN THE POCKET OF EV-
ERY FARMER IN THIS STATE. IT WILL
SOLVE THE UNEMPLOYMENT BY PROVID-
ING WORK FOR EVERY MAN IN THIS
STATE. IT WILL BRING COMFORT AND
HAPPINESS AND A MORE ABUNDANT LIFE
TO EVERY MAN, WOMAN, AND CHILD IN
And (the Oklahoma Plan is the Only Practical Plan.
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS HAVE BEEN
SPENT IN ROAD CONSTRUCTION BY MANY
STATES, BUT NO STATE HAS A STATEWIDE
SYSTEM OF GOOD ROADS, AND NO STATE
EVER WILL, OR CAN, HAVE SUCH A SYS-
TEM UNTIL IT ADOPTS THE OKLAHOMA
Vote for Yourself, Vote for Oklahoma, Vote
For the Bonds.
TUESDAY, MAY 6th, IS THE DAY.
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 30, Ed. 1 Monday, May 5, 1919, newspaper, May 5, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114038/m1/3/: accessed August 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.