The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 92, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 17, 1919 Page: 4 of 6

1 he Daily rranacript, isorniati, Oklahoma*
The Daily Transcript notice
tj O. FOX, Editor
— | Notice is hereby given that I,
mfnU«ndC? j the undersigned. W. 0. January.
J O FOX - - President! w^o on the 25th day of Macrh,
J. J. BUKKE - Secretary-Treasons. was convicted in the Dis-
[+>e K. H. PARHAM, - Business Mgr. j irict Court of Cleveland County^
iMii •(— Oklahoma, of the murder of
MS?* 1 Milton Keck, in said Cleveland
Office, 215 East Main Street. Telephone 3.
lis 01
lnv,oi<By mail, one year $;i.50
1 hi I®* tnail, six months 2.00
Mr JBy carrier, one week .10
larff.-, < ®«"CTed
I* '• tf. 1914, at the post-office
l5itOHr aikoma, under act of congrcss ol March J, county, Oklahoma, on the 31 st
day of March, 1916, sentencedby
said District Court to serve his
natural lifetime in the State
Penitentiary of the State of Okla.
homa, will, on the 1st day of
August, 1919, and after 4 weeks
publication of this notice, make
application to the Governor of the
State of Oklahoma and the par-
don authorities of the State of Ok
lahoma for a pardon or parole
from said conviction and sen-
Witness my hand this 30th day
of June, 1919. •
W D. January, Defendant.
By Williams & Luttrell, Attor-
neys for said W. I). January.
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U U- FOK LKASk: .L'O ane. of good
■E land for one year with privilege
. Ik". five. For particulars see Frank
hut lof five. For particulars -ie Frank
pri Wonical, Route 5, Norman. W-l*
Building Site>
lloi . North, south, t-;ist a nl west of
in _ill>Dll's l'ark Norman's play
|; ground, on Symmes, Lahoma and
;ttm II looil streets, near State I'niver
s£>n sity and Washington -cliool. Buy
before the rush and g<-t your lots
—, «t a very reasonable price. M. I'.
McNamee, 301 Fast Keith street
n.p OK RENT: Furnished outlieast
rpom, phone 345, 5J0 S. I'niver-
sity Boulevard.
FOR SALE: Dining room fumi
ft ture, library table, bed>. stoves.
f- Tockers, canary birds, 217 We-4
JSymmes. • -3t*
®jlrOR SALE: Modern five room
I "bungalow. College avt
t 55). F. !•'. Fitch.
LADIES, Take Notice: I am per-
manently located, in Norman, at
' 321 East Eufaula street, repairing
J all makes of sewing machines
< JUachines brought in from the
j country repaired and guaranteed
. Loui- K. Walker, Phone 155. 91-3*
FOR SALE—Five passenger
Seneca in good condition, run
about 3000 miles. See Claud
l'ickard. 81-tf*
WfRAYED: A bay mare, about
J 800 pounds, on night of July I
-Report to Knox's Wagon Yard
r 5i
fWANTRI ):To rent two or three
unfurnished rooms. Call Cha>.
Finley, Mclntire Garage. 91-2*
WANTED: A cook at Mrs. Elsie
E Walker's, 715 Asp avenue;
phone 117. 89-3t*
FOR SALE: Library table,
quarter-sawed oak, good as new,
worth $35.00, yours for $15.00, two
iron bedsteads, both for $15 00.
Must be sold Saturday morning
for these prices. Leaving Sun-
day. 216 North Peters. 87-1*
FOR SALE—A threshing machine
separator, Cadillac truck at a
bargain, Ford truck at a bargain,
and a Wisconsin tractor. See J.
P. Dellinger at Orenbaun's hard-
ware. 87 3t.
FOR SALE: Fine Jersey heifer
calf, registered. See G. W. Giles,
303 East Comanche, or phone 198.
LADIES: Take notice—I will be
permanetnly located in Norman
'■J the 1 ith of July, fully prepared
to repair all makes of Sewing ma-
chines, instruct and guarantee
same Widows not having the
means, will repair machines free.
Phone 155, Louis K. Walker, 88-2*
(First Published in the Cleveland
County Knterpri: • July 17, 11 v>
Notice to Pacing Contractor::
Notice is hereby j; i. i hat
sealed propi - ti; 'or furnishing
material and performing work
necessary in making the improve-
ments herein described will he re-
ceived at the office of the City
Clerk, of the City of Norman, Ok
lahoma, up to 7:30 o'clock p. m.
on 5th day of August, 1919. Said
improvements to be as follows,
Grading, paving, curbing, drain-
ing, guttering and otherwise im
proving and by installing the
necessary man-holes ami catch
basins, on Jenkins Avenue from
north line of Duffy street to the
south line of Boyd street and
West Apache street from the
west line of Santa Fe avenue to
the east line of Webster avenue,
and all of said improvements to
be done according to a resolution
duly passed by the Council and
approved by the Mayor of said
City on the Sth day of July, 1919,
and in accordance with the plans,
plats, profiles, specifications and
estimates and contract heretofore
approved by the Mayor and Coun-
cilmen of said City and now on
file in the office of the City Engi-
neer. A copy of the same may be
secured by contractors by deposit-
ing $5.00 with the City Engineer
which deposit will be returned
upon the return of plans and
specifications in good condition
withing three days from tile date
of letting.
Contractors are .further noti-
fied that all such bids will be re-
ceived upon the understanding
that they are so based upon said
plans, plats, profiles, specifica-
tions, estimates and contracts and
further that the successful bidder
will enter into the form of con-
tract which accompanies said
specifications and the contract ii
let will be let to the lowest and
best bidder. The contract price of
said improvement shall not ex-
ceed the estimate of the City En-
gineer, which are submitted with
the plans, plats, profiles and
Each bid on the improvement
herein ordered shall be accompa-
nied by a certified check on some
bank in Norman in the sum of 5
per cent of the bid, said check be
ing a pledge that the bidder will
if bis bid be accepted execute and
deliver bond with good and suffi-
cient surety and will execute
contract in accordance with his
The contractor shall receive his
contract price as the Statutes of
Oklahoma and the said contract
and specifications particularly
provide, one bond resolution and
one only will be passed, authoriz-
ing the issuance of one series of
bonds, evidencing the assessment
as the same may be made against
the property chargeable with the
cost of making said improvements
as provided by law. The contrac-
tor may be paid in both cash and
bonds or in bo'iids solely at the
option of the City, which bonds
shall he given by the City and re-
ceived by the contractor at their
par value.
The contractor will be required
to take and pay for at par Street
improvement bonds in addition to
the contract price in the amount
of 5 per cent of the contract price
to pay for engineering and other
Prior to beginning the success-
ful bidder will be required to cxe
cute and deliver to the City of
Norman a good and sufficient
surety bond in the' sum of 25 per
cent of the contract price, to b<
approved by the Mayor and Conn
cilmen, said bond to be condition
ed for the full and faithful execu
tion of the work and the perform-
ance of the contract, for the pro
tcction of the City against an;
loss or damage by reason of any
negligence or improper execution
of the work by said contractor,
his agents or employees, and also
a bond running to the state of Ok
lahoma to he filed with the Court
Clerk of Cleveland county, con-
ditioned that the contractor shall
pay all claims for labor or mater-
ial for doing said work, and also
a maintenace bond in the amount
of 10 per cent of the contract
price shall be filed with said City
conditioned to keep said improve-
ments in a state of good repair
for a period of five years.
All such bills will be opened
and considered by the Mayor and
Councilmen of the City of Nor-
man, Oklahoma, at 7 o'clock p. m.
on the 5th day of August, 1919.
It is further understood that tin1
Mayor and Councilmen reserve
the right to reject any and all bids
(SEAL) B. F. CLAY, Jr.,
3-2t. City Clerk.
What a Heap of Happiness It
Would Bring to Noramn Homes
Hard to do housework with an
aching back.
All persons having claims
against Elisha Barker, deceased,
are required to present the same
with the necessary vouchers, to
the undersigned, F. O. Kiefer, at
the law office of W. M. Newell,
Norman, Oklahoma, within four
months of the date hereof, or the
same will be forever barred.
Dated this the 11th day of July,
F. O. Kiefer, Administrator.
W. M. Newell, Attorney. 3-3t
WANTED: Collector for instal-
ment magazine accounts in Nor-
man. Do not answer unless you
can make small bond and are will-
ing to work and make collections
promptly each month. Give full
information first letter. C. R.
McHenry, Busch Bldg., Dallas,
Texas. 3-2t*
Summer Complaint Quickly
"About two year: <-go when suf-
fering from a severe attack of
summer complaint, I took Cham-
berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rem
edy and it releived me almost in-
stantly," writes Mrs. Henry Jew-
ett, Clark Mills, N. Y. This is an
exceli| nt i-emedy for colic and
I arrhoea and should be kept at
•'and by every family. Adv.
In the District' Court in and for
Cleveland County, State of Okla-
John Mitchell, plaintiff,
Etta Mitchell, defendant,
Said defendant Etta Mitchell,
wiil take notice that she has been
sued in the abov,e 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 j
rendered accordingly.
Glen O. Morris, Court Clerk.
J. D. Grigsby, Attorney for
Dodge Bros. Cars: We are ac-
cepting orders for Dodge Bros,
automobiles, and expect a carload
in soon. Only two left inthecar.
Get your order in early Minteer
Motor Co. 86-tf.
John Anderhub says: "Don't
cuss out the ice man; he's busy,
and is doin the best he can."
Homer Vowell is absent on a
visit with friends at Fort Worth.
Real Estate—Loans—Insurance
Good Buys in Norman City Property
Good buys in Farm Lands.
We have cheap money to loan on well improved farms.
FOR SALE: Two Ford trucks;
stake bodies and cabs. Minteer
Motor company. Also agents for
Lee Puncture Proof tires. 86-tf
FOR SALE— Five horsepower |
Stmuca in good condition, run ■
about '3000 miles. See Claud Pick-
■rd 81-tf*
WANTED—A cook at the Pierson
Hotel. 81-tf.
J ars
l an and preserve this
year's fruit crop. Save the
fruit for winter ti sc. Cans
are cheaper here than
they will be again this
year. Buy this wee for
your peaches and plums,
Minteer Hardware
Is the best Portable
Typewriter on the
market. Writes like

a large machine, and
only weights 7 lbs.
Has all modern fea-
tures of a large ma-
chine, and carrying
case equipped for
rr* • , 1-* • stationery. All for
I ranscript - Enterprise $50.00 cash. Terms
Norman, Okla. desired.
Oakes Typewriter Exchange ERS ARE BEST
207 West 2nd Street
Oklahoma City, Ok!a.
State Dealers ior Oklahoma
I will sell at public auction, at the corner of East
Main and Crawford avenue, Saturday afternoon, be-
ginning at 3 o'clock, the following:
About 500 feet of lumber, about 1 good heavy gro-
cery tables from 6 to 14 feet long, lot of empty lartl cans,
vinegar barrels, two coal heating stoves, one leather up-
holstered rirofold, 1 iron bed. chairs and other furniture,
1 good desk.
Brings you hours of misery at
leisure or at work.
If women only knew the cause
Backache pains often ccme from
weak kidneys;
'Twould save much needless
College Girl and J, C. C. Cor
sets—the likeable kind that fits
your form.
Two new 5-room bungalows with basements, on
North College Avenue, 5 blocks west of the railroad.
Small payment down and balance like rent. Terms
to suit. See
At Farmers National Bank, or phone 107
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