The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 91, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 16, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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The I >ailv Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
Most all the farmers of this lo-
cality have their crops laid by and
are now in the wheat and oats
sections of the state, assistsing
in the harvest.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smitl^
and little son are visiting Mrs.
Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Hugh- Haines and family
visited at the home of his sister,
Mrs. McGuire oij Sunday.
Misses Lois Hames, Thelma
Burgess and Ray Hames were ,
the guests of Miss Alice McGuire j
Miss Ruby Hagood was visiting '
with Miss Etta Gill on Sunday. |
George Gill was a guest of Ba-
si! Gill, Sunday.
Mrs. Wynne and family are vis-
iting with her parents, Mr. and j
Mrs. J. R. Mattox.
Mr. and Mrs. . L. A. Erickson I
John Gill on Sunday, and Mr. and j
Mrs. R. F. Gill visited with Mr. j
and Mrs. E. R. Gill on the same
Roy Gill and Fred Church have
gone to the harvest fields in Kan-
Rev. Currie filled his regular
appointment at Franklin on Sun-
John Absher was all smiles,
Sunday. Wonder why?
J. P. Ilagood and son, Guy, have
gone to the harvest fields. His
friends warmly welcome John Abl
sher back home again.
Grandma Gill visited at the
home of her son John on Sunday
Miss Nada Alsup was the guest
of Miss Alice France on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith
and sou, Alfred, were the dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ab-'
sher on Sunday.
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; NOTICE TO FARMERS OF
j CLEVELAND AND McCLAIN
| Having re-purchased the Conti-
nental Fire Insurance Agency i f
| \ incent and Muldrow of Norman,
| we take pleasure in anouneint; to
our friends and former patrons,
i that we are back on the job, and
are now ready to look carefully
after your fire, tornado and hail
insurance. And hail damages to
growing crops. We will insure
j you against total loss or damage
j to your house, barn feed or stock,
j Also carry automobile insurance
I protecting you against fire and
theft. It is extra good policy to
have your farm policies written by
an experienced agency. Also
| farm loans at lowest terms,
j • We will appreciate your busi.
102'/2 E. Main Street, Shawnee.
I'hone No. 860. 51 -3t
children visited at Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Church's on Sunday.
Miss Ethel Renfrow spent Sat-
urday night with Miss Mabel Bur-
Mrs. Mollie Herman and son
visited with folks, Mr. and Mrs.
W. II. White, last week.
, Every young man is invited to
come to Hico every Saturday
evening and get a shave, shampoo
and a cold drink.
ITEMS FROM HICO
Preaching was well attended
Crops are needing rain in this
locality, especially corn.
The boys in this locality are all
away for the harvest field, among i
them being Fred Church and Wil-
W. H. White made a business
trip to Norman on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Church and
daughter were the Sunday guests i
of Mrs. S. A. Church.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Talbot visi-
tcd at Vergie Barnard's Friday
night, and Mrs. Hattie Barnard
and daughter returned home with j
them and are now visiting around !
Quite a parade happened at Hi-
co on Sunday evening caused by
a balky team belonging to Frank
Barnard, and poor Frank had fin-
ally to walk to Mr. White's.
Miss Eloise Harness and Miss
Thelma Burgess attended preach-
ing at Franklin on Sunday and rel
ported a nice time after services.
Miss Nabbie Talbot spent Sat-
urday night with Miss Bessie
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones
spent Saturday night with Mr.
and Mrs. O. J. Jones.
Miss Bessie White was a six
o'clock dinner guest of Miss Nab-
bie Talbot on Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wilson and
Notice of Saie of Real Estate.
Notice i^ hereby given, that in
pursuance of an order of the
County Court of the county of
Cleveland, and state of Oklahoma,
made on the 5th day of July, 1919,
in the matter of the guardianship
of the persons and estates of
Beryl I. Capshaw and Frances N.
Capshaw, minors, the undersigned,
as the guardian of the persons and
estates of Beryl I. Capshaw and
Frances N. Capshaw, minors, will
sell at private sale, to the highest
bidder, subject to confirmation by
aid County Court, Saturday, the
>th day of July, 1919, at the
County Court Rooms, in the City
of Norman, county of Cleveland.
!:tate of Oklahoma, all the right.
title and interest of said Beryl I.
I Capshaw and Frances N. Cap-
! shaw, minors, and all the right, ti-
tle and interest that said minors
i have by operation of law or other-
wise, acquired in and to the land
j situate, lying and being in the
j county of Cleveland, State of Okla-
j homa, bounded and described as
; follows, and upon the following
I terms and conditions, to-wit:
J The undivided one^twelfth
I (1-12) interest of each of said
I minors in and t0 Lots One (1) to
j Twelve (12), inclusive, in Block
Forty (40), of the original town,
now City of Norman.
Said sale will be for cash. Bids
must be in writing and may be
delivered to the undersigned guar-
dian at her home in Norman, Ok-
j lahoma, or at the office of Wil-
j liams & Luttrell, attorneys, Nor-
man, Oklahoma, or may be left at
i the office of the County Judge of
j Cleveland County, Oklahoma, at
any time after the first publica-
I (ion of this notice, and before
j the making of the sale.
j Dated this 5th day of July,1919
! Belva L. Capshaw, Guardian.
Williams & Lutterell, Attorneys
: for Guardian. 2-3t
If you want some of these fine
Elberta peaches like you got last
year at the old Frick farm, half a
mile north of the bridge, phone
Arch Young, WJ51, and book your
order now. We have arranged to
ship most of the crop, but will
reserve enough to fill all orders
received by July 25th. Peaches
will be ripe about the first week
in August and promise to be un-
usually fine. 89-3t*
Perhaps you imagine that dur-
ing the war you gave until it hurt.
\ ou probably know nothing of
pain from that source. Consider
the New York man who died last
week, leaving an estate of more
than 2 million dollars, included in
which was found one first Liberty
bond for $100. It is very evident
that there was a man who gave
until it killed him.
The New York World thinks the
prohibition amendment is an out-
rage because it says it will in-
crease the demand for sugar, and
that will send the price of sugar
higher. This is very unfortunate
just now, because there never was
a time when the world was so sour
or needed sugar so badly.
Summer Complaint in Children
There is not anything like so
many death*; from this disease |
now as before Chamberlain's Colic
and Diarrhoea Remedy came into
such general use. When this rem
edy is given with castor oil as di-
rected and proper care is taken as
to diet, it is safe to say that fully
ninety-nine out of every hundred
cases recover. Mr. W. G, Campbell
of Butler, Tenn, says, "I have
used Chamberlain's Colic and Diar
rhoea Remedy for summer com-
plaint in children, it is far ahead
of anything I have ever used for
this purpose." Adv.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In the District Court in and for
Cleveland County, State of Okla-
John Mitchell, plaintiff,
Etta Mitchell, defendant,
Said defendant Etta Mitchell,
will take notice that she has been
sued in the above named court,
by the above named plaintiff, for
an absolute divorce, on the
grounds of extreme cruelty, and
adultry, and must answer the pe-
tition of said plaintiff filed in said
court, on or before the 21st day of
August, 1919, or said petition will
be taken as true and judgment for
said plaintiff for a decree of di-
vorce from said defendant, will be
Glen 0. Morris, Court Clerk.
I J. D. Grigsby, Attorney
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons having clal
against Lewis F. Hull, deceaa
are required to present the sa|
with the necessary vouchers,
the undersigned, Cora E. Hull,
ministratrix, at the law office!
W. M. Newell, Norman, Oklahotl
within four months of the dl
hereof, or the same will be fore|
Dated this 5th day of July,id
Cora K. Hull, Administratrix!
W. M. Newell, Attorney.
( hamberlain's Colic and Diarrbn
This medicine always wins ti
.'•■imI opinion if not the praise \
those who use it. Try it when yl
have need of such a remedy. Aq
Try This on
If your are afflicted with
any form of dry eczema or
pimples, use the soothing,
healing ointment, Dry Zen-
sal. For the watery erup-
tions, Moist Zensal is the
only sure treatment. 75c a
Reed & Foster
Mayfield's Drug Store
FOR SALE BY
Sliced cucumbers and potatoes,
Bermuda onions, French dressing.
Canned asparagus, green pep-
Macedoine or vegetables in to-
mato jelly, mayonnaise dressing.
g* Is the best Portabld
Typewriter on thJ
market. Writes likJ
a large machine, and
only weights 7 lbsj
Has all modern feal
tu es of a large ma|
chine, and carrying
crse equipped foil
m • • r-* • stationery. All foil
lranscnpt - Enterprise $50.00 cash. Terms!
Norman, Okla. desired.
Oakes Typewriter Exchange ERS ARE BEST
207 West 2nd Street
Oklahoma City, Okla.
State Dealers iror Oklahoma
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There is nothing that
will keep your skin look-
ing better than regular
massaging with Pompein
Massage Cream. It^. re-
moves the dust and dirt
of summer that you can-
in >t wash out of the pores
with soap and water.
And for use after a
massage we have
Nyal's Beauhy Balm
Nyal's Face Ceram
Derwillo, for the com-
J face as soft and smootlie f!
as a baby's. I
Get votir supply the
next time you're down
Reed ^ Foster
129 E. Main Phone 13
hat will make vour
A Few Specials
for a Few Days
MEN'S AND LADIES' OXFORDS AND CHIL-
Reduced, Reduced, and Reduced again—still
lower price. We want to sell them all this week.
Help us by getting a Real Bargain for yourself.
Call and see our "WORTH MAID" hemstitched aprons
Specially priced at $2.95
MENS' ATHLETIC UNION SUITS
Specially priced at 49 cents
Men's and Boys' Separate Under Garments
Specially priced at 19 cents
. MEN'S SHIRTS WITH SOFT COLLARS
Specially priced at 49 cents
' Special—two for 25 cents
Silks— Foulards and Taffetas — in beauti-
ful plaids and stripes and plain colors
Specially priced at $1.49 tlie yard
Everything in ladies' and gents' ready to wear
The Leader .
"Quality Merchandise at Saving Prices'
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A HOT SPOT Chalmers
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t |—Ml . : I i ; tvj-e of motor car with gigan-
B t . engine has ! s> friends than once 't did. For every-
JL ■ now ad'- '• "life, ' jjet up-and-go, in a car just
as I e or she docs i' i a 1. .■ being* or an animal.
i ,iai j w ay
evu i tcrc '.si;, •
j iot Chalmers has won friends in
■ _ horse.
• a <"i't more than you ask.
All because its inx-. ., magnificent engine "chews up" gas
and delivers power results in uncanny fashion.
I lot Spot "breal.s up" the gas so that when Ram's-horn
dispatches the "powdered" r is to the cylinders you get every
particle of power nature put into ga...
ITence a brute tvpe of an engine i; not found in a present
day Chalmers, but a medium si/.;-d engine that delivers a >vallop
with a silkv smoothness almost beyond belief.
Ride once with vour foot on the little button of a Hot
Spot Chalmers and your .(inception of a motorcar is changed;
thereafter you too will sa\ Chalmers is one of the tew great
cars of the world.
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HOLTZSCHUE MOTOR CAR CO.
CHALMERS CARS AND SERVICE
Phone 28 107 E. Main
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 91, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 16, 1919, newspaper, July 16, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114098/m1/3/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.