The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 37, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 14, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
Will Build in
Notice of Settlement of Final
A Salvation Army community
building to cost at least $60,000,
will soon be erected at Oklahoma
City. Lieut. Col. George Wood,
head of the Southwestern Field
Division has just returned to Dal-
las headquarters after a trip to
Oklahoma City, where he approved
of the architect's plans for the
building. While there he consult-
ed with the local committee which
is to raise the necessary funds in ]
the Home Service drive to be put
on there at an early date.
The building will stand on a lot
50x150, already owned by the Sal-
vation Army, which is a present
occupied by three very old build-
ings. The plan now under consid-
eration is to demolish these old
structures and erect on the lot a
modern building 45 x 1500 feet,
with a basement and three stories.
The basement, planned especial-
ly for work with the young people,
will be equipped with a gymnas-
ium, class rooms and a manual
training room. It will also be pro-
vided for a kitchen, boiler room
and a place for storing fuel.
On the first floor will be the
office of the local corps, and an
auditorium with a seating capacity
of 350; a women's and children's
rest room and a day nursery. The
'ocal officers regard the facilities
for the comfort of women and chil-
dren as one of the most essential
features. The building, conven-
ient to the shopping district will
who must bring small children
with them on shopping trips. These
children can be left with the Sal-
- vation Army women.
On the second floor will be the
Red Shield Club Rooms with bath-
ing and lavatory facilities for the
use of soldiers and sailors; living
quarters for Salvation Army offic-
ers and bed roofs to meet emerg-
The third floor will provide for
from eighteen to twenty bed rooms
to be rented to working girls at a
moderate rental of about $2 to
$2.50 a week. Each of these rooms
will be provided with running wa-
ter. There will be ample batfi and
toilet facilities. A large living
room will provide the atmosphere
"These rooms will meet one of
the most crying needs of the work-
ing girls in our cities," said Col
Wood "They will afford clean
and wholesome living conditions
aid ums v. joj sissq }S03 s uo
girls can afford. No organization
understands so well as the Salva-
tion Armv the difficulties facing
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,
43-3t. County Judge.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
To Name, the unknown owners,
occupants, claimants, or holders
of a legal or equitable interest
in and to the following described
You and each of you are here-
by notified that on the Gth 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 Certificates Nos. 380,
381, 382, 383, and 384 were issued
thereon by the County Treasurer
' ' of said county of Cleveland, and
*?n^LS™nt0 said certificates have been as-
signed and transferred by law by
the County Treasurer of Cleve-
land county, Oklahoma, to
the undersigned, covering the
following described real es-
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, Block 32,
situated in the Town of Noble,
Cleveland county, Oklahoma, and
unless redemption is 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 demanded and
the same will be issued as pro-
vided by law.
MRS. J. R. STOGNER, Owner
and holder of certificates.
SUMMONS by PUBLICATION.
In the District Court in and for
Cleveland County, State of Okla-
J. C. Atkinson, Plaintiff, vs. Wm
H. Harney, Defendant, No. 5097.
The State of Oklahoma to Wm.
H. Harney: You are hereby noti-
fied that you have been sued in
said court by said defendant, and
that you must answer the petition
filed in said cause on or before the
19th day of June 1919, or said
plaintiff will take judgment aganst
you for the sum of $1855.62 with
interest at 1 per cent per annum
from April 11th, 1919, and for fur
ther judgment foreclosing one cer-
tain mortgage gtven by saidr defen-
dant to one Joseph S. Gilmore and
duly assigned for value to said
plaintiff, securing a certain note
amounting to said sum, including
interest thereon, upon the
North half of lots 10 and VI
in Section 30, Twp. 9 north,
Range 3 W. I. M. containing
100 acres, more or less,
and forever barring you from any
right, title or interest therein and
for the sale of said property as is
by law provided.
(SEAL) Glenn Morris, Court
Clerk, by Ella Smalley, Deputy.
C. M. Keiger, Attorney for plain
er and kidneys, gravel, rheumatism
paralysis, neuralgia, nervous and
heart disease, epilepsy, Bright's
disease, diseases pf the bladder,
blood, skin, goiter, stammering,
Piles and rupture, without de-
tention from business.
If you are improving under your
family physician do not take up
our valuable time. The rich and
the poor are treated alike. Idlers
and curiosity seekers will please
stay away. Our time is valuable.
terested are cordially
come. 3 o'clock p .m.
invited to I from there to Norman, exf|
to arrive here on Thursday
COLfN McKINNEY. week. - not Inown w|
I Major Giles has been perma
Major Giles Home This Week: i released from the army Or^|
held at the office of Dudley &
Hardie in Norman on Monday.
May 19th, to make arrangements
for Memorial Day services, May
30th. The ladies are especially in-j - ,
vited. Iyet us have a good meeting ^ir. umi Mrs. E. B. Johnson are in J}° wl" at least be borne for|
and make Memorial Day this year receipt 0f a letter from th:ir ' days.
a memorable one in every respect. j daughter, Mrs. Carl Giles, stating
You will not have tho old soldiers j that she and Major Giles wi re in \
with you many more years. All in Washington and would come direct Subscribe for the Transcr|
A call for a meeting of citizens
and soldiers is hereby made to be
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. McLaughlin
accompanied Mrs. Velma Parneli
to her home in Purcell, Saturday
evening, where they visited until
The Physician on Chronic Dis-
eases Will Visit Our City.
Thursday, May 15. 19
And will be at the Cottage Hotel
Until 2:30 p. m. one day ONLY.
Dr. Potterf, of 3108 Garfield av-
enue, Kansas City, Mo., who has
treated thousands of patients with
electricity and medicine, will give
consultation, examination and all
the medicines n<?-:es«ary FREE. All
parties taking advantage of this of-
fer are requested to state to their
friends the result of the treatment.
Remember, NOT A PENNY
will be charged for the medicine
required to all those taking treat-
ment this trip. Office hour, 8am.
Positively married ladies most be
accompanicd by their husbands.
Remember the date, Thursday,
May 15th at the Cottage hotel un-
til 2:30 p. m., Norman, Okla.
Also will be at Lexington Tues-
day May 14 at the Lexington ho-
tel from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m.
Treats DEAFNESS by an entire
ly new process.
Treats catarrh, throat and lung
disease, eye and ear, stomach, liv-
without friends and among strange
girls and young women who must a 1 „
earn their living away from home | t\U LU11
TIRES and TUBES
Fifteen Per Cent
OIL COOK STOVES
Neat, Spick and Span
Every mother likes for her
girls to look peat, nice and
clean. They will look all of
this if you let us wash and
iron their dresses.
Send their clothes along with
the other laundry, the costs
will not amount to much, and
it will give mother more time
for her other duties and cares
with which she is burdened.
ARTHUR WILLIAMS, Mgr.
• 121 E. Grey.
Bundle or Rough Dry
Corporal Leslie A. Wyatt. who
returned home Monday from ov-
erseas, went to Dunsmuir, Cal. this
afternoon to resume his old posi-
tion. Corporal Wyatt was in the
91st division and although he was
in the service only a year, eight
month/ and 13 days of that time
was spent in Europe. He was in
many 0f the battles and spent 14
days in the trenches at one time.
While in a hospital at Augers,
France, for six weeks, his brother j
Luther W. (Jitney Luke) made |
daily trips to the hospital with j
supplies, but the brothers never j
met, having no knowledge of each j
other's whereabouts. Another
brother is expected home in a
few days.—Grant Pass (Oregon)
News. These boys are brothers of
A1 Wyatt of Norman, and former-
ly resided here.
We are instructed to an-
nounce a 15 per cent reduc-
tion in the Pennsylvania
"Vacuum Cup" Tires and
Goodyear tires, tubes and ac-
Klein Tire Co.
EAST MAIN STREET
.7. C. WEIR
L. C. GILES PHONE 59
Office—First National Bank Building
Oiles-Weir Investment Company
NORMAN, OKLAHOMA '
Farm Lands and City Property.
Call and see us, we have some good properties listed worth the
See us if you desire a loan on farm property.
Z* 70a have property for sale list it with us.
The housewife who delights in making good coffee will readily
see the difference between a cup of coffee made from uniform
Golden Gate Coffee
and that made from the ordinary mill-ground coffee which
contains many large and small pieces, chaff and dust.
I^OLGER'S Golden Gate Coffee being of uniform
■ pieces, yield their flavor evenly and then settle at the
bottom of the coffee pot. It takes mill-ground coffee so
much longer to expell the flavor and strength from the
large pieces than from the small pieces and dust that the
coffee is over boiled long before the oil is fully extracted
from the large pieces.
After using Folgers Golden Gate Coffee you will find
that it is much more inexpensive, for the steel-cut coffee,
though a little higher in price, will last much longer,
make more good coffee than the cheaper, mill-ground
Try a pound of this good coffee this week—you are sure
to be delighted. Packed in sealed tins only. The pound 55c
F. J. McGinley
'""THE Long Blue Chimney Burner is the
* lights and heats instantly — turns every droj
kerosene oil into clean, intense cooking heat and dr
it directly against the utensil."
From Nenv Perfection advertising—Woman's Home Companion—Ju/yt I
Quickly gives full heat for searing—or a low simmering flame. Hel
every delicious cooking purpose—and the flame stays where set. No si
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TI IE CLEVELAND METAL PRODUCTS CC
7310 Piatt Avenue Cleveland, Ohio
DEALERS NOTE-Tho Magnolia Petroleum Company
distributor of these product* in your locality. Con
Btocks art carried by than ut conveniently located poiM
People will buy if you tell them about the things
you have to sell. • •
Notice to Customers Who Are Waiting for
Detroit Vapor Stoves.
Owing to the unusual demand for these stoves we have
been unable to supply our customers, but have assurance
from the Detroit Vapor Stove Co., of Detroit, that they
have en route to Oklahoma City several car loads and we
expect to receive our allotment by the middle of the week.
Just as soon as they are received we will immediately de-
liver to those on our waiting list.
MINTEER HDW. CO.
1 After being out of town for three months,
we wish to inform the people of Norman
that we are now at home and ready to fig-
ure 011 any building—large or small.
You will find us at my hotel at 121 West
Main. Phone 252.
R. L. Pierson & Sons, Contractors
Use the best. We
have it and will be
glad to demonstrate
it to you.
We also handle
the ' best refrigera-
tors o nthe market—
Now is the Ideal
time to use the
Lawn Mowers and
Garden Hose. Our
line is complete, and
we will be glad to
— JMBHaatOBK BB -iriieflMBlMW
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.
The American public is a buying public. It has the
money to spend and will spend it if you will show them
the need for spending it. Therefore—Advertise!
This is the message fro mthe Department of Labor
to all live, progressive merchants who believe in the future
prosperity of America.
Tell your story through the press and reach the
greatest number of potential customers at the smallest
Advertising, intelligently planned and executed, is
the surest, quickest, and most economical means of secur-
ing sales—stimulating business.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
W. B. WILSON, Secretary.
Roger W. Babson, Director General.
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 37, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 14, 1919, newspaper, May 14, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114046/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.