The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 101, Ed. 1 Monday, July 28, 1919 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
The Daily Transcript
J O. FOX, Editor
'nbJished every afternoon except Sunday
"the Transcript-Enterprise Publishing Co.
'j. BURKE -
. II. PARHAM
- Busintss Msr
FOR SALE—Five passenger
Seneca in good condition, run
about 3000 miles. See Claud
Pickard. 81 -tf*
Entered as second-class matter January
,1914, ai the post-office at Norman, Ok <
! FOR SALE: Two Ford trucks;
i stake bodies and cabs. Minteer
, Motor company. Also agents for
1 Lee Puncture Proof tires. 86-tf
I * !*, ai IU« I'USI-UI.IV.1 u. ■ ~ _ _
*111, under act of conjjrc*s of March J. , Notice of Sale of
* Attached Property
5tr««L Telephoat 1 In the District Court of Cleveland
L County. State of Oklahoma.
1 t.- DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Acree Oil Company, a corpora
u 1 -t «'i r,<i T. .-te
,'hen nftan be SOtAfc
place where Thev do
better JOS PR.\MflN<>
•THfcw VJVAfcT VJE DO IN
THIS OPPICE, BUT * CANT
flMO It ON '
gtf mail, one year
Vnic' mail, six months --00
2^1 ill? carrier, one week .10
J A. Mendenhall, Defendant,
Holtzsche Motor Company, Inter-
Pursuant to an orffer of ti
District Court of Cleveland coun-
ty, State of Oklahoma, made, and
entered on the 19th day f July.
1919, in the above entitled cause.
1. the undersigned sheriff of
Cleveland county, Oklahoma, the
receiver in the above entitled
cati-c. will, on Saturday, August
2. 191^. at 2 o'clock p. m.. at the
front door of the Garage in what
:s known as the Win. F. Boyer
Building, situated on Lots 9 and
10. Block 66 of the City of Nor-
| man, Cleveland county. Oklahoma
sell to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described per-
inton. | st>nal property belonging to the
100-tJ defendant, J. A. Mendenhall, to-
th,ST Your propertv with ti- U 'a'1 Hie leasehold interest or
irns;an -ell it Fast or We-t side- estate of the ?aid J. A. Menden-
5 pt- have a lon>; list f.t purchasers hall in and to a one story brick
♦eVfd can turn it to the l>e-t ad van- littil.linp situated on Lots 9 an 1
ei;e- Muldrow .V Kidd, Phone 50. 10, Block 66, City of Norman.
lrte t00-3t | Cleveland county, Oklahoma, by
-,us —. virtue of a written lca-e bearing
late September 19.1918, coverinc
■aid premises, running from Wni
rs. nftT American Bankers As-
" (Jo I
rds neck. Check Was made out for
•ng (1.00 to Miss Frances Motley
e ''nder plea-e return to .504 L ni-
Dne^rsity L oulevard.
e. \RGAIN: If sold this month
th modern -ix-ro'in bun,-: i *'• '-it*1
N«aiversity- See . \\- McCul-
gar<vigh. Easy t< ms. 100-3t*
3R RENT: The Terminal ^
3ra.Kooniiiis House, corner oi Gray
L d Santa '
See J. \\ ■
KpST: Between First N'at
ley Bank and 6lll W. Utiyd. t ir > '-
Sce containing three iivi >1" r
Is, one dollar bill and nit. ce
•ee. Return to Hugh Sipes, Vat
F. Iioyer and wife to Mendenhall
it Sons, for a term of two years
beginning September 1, 1918, and
ending September 1, 19J0;
(b) Certain automobile acces-
sories. supplier equipment, etc.,
being the property attached by
the sheriff oi -aid county and
state in the above entitled cause,
as shown by the inventory and
appraisement attached to and
made a part of the >heriff's return
upon the order of attachment is-
-ued in -aid cause, and filed in the
office of the Court Clerk of said
county-and -tate, on June 11, 1919,
reference to which is here made
for a more particular description
of said property.
Dated this July 19, 1919.
W. H. Xewblock, sheriff of said
(ANTED: Three rooms for light county, and receiver in said cause,
housekeeping, partly furnished. 1 Dudley & Mardie Attorneys for
one 651. 99-2t* Plaintiff. 94-lJt
s 3) TRADF Ford car for a -mall
ese jroperty. Phone 42. lOO-.'t
;mi I '
imOST: July 9th. between Nor-I
Non^n all(i H|s Jim Ci"-.-i:u i '
otijy coat, containing a - e- - <'
reid a cancelled check. Finder re-;
Ctit-n to this office and receive re
OW rd. John G. Hall
verjR RENT: Furnished cottage
Ps rail 7.17 Jenkins, phone 271
Ik r>R REN'I Furnished
We can sell you ea~t or we.-:
le property. See Muldrow X-
dd or phone 50 99-3t
Kappa Alpha Reunion: The Kap-
pa Alpha boys had a pleasant
unction at their fraternity house,
770 Asp avenue, on Saturday and
Sunday, taking he form of a re-
union and plan-making for th;-
'rushing" season in September.
I'he members present were Dai-
rel Holmes of Purcell, Allan Dm -
can and Charlie Stewart of Okla
homa City. Thomas B. Leahy an !
Jack Ruble of Pawhuska, Blair
Thorpe of EIDorado and the fol-
lowing Norman boys: Bob Taylor.
^F.d Sheldon, Carl Jackson and
Bun Phillips. The fraternity will
occupy the same hou-e this winter
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I. Tucker en
tertained a number of the young;'
friends of their daughter, Mis-
JTizabeth, it being the occasion of
;!ic young lady's ljth birthday.
Miss Delce Norman and Geo
Trudgeon, both of Purcell, wer*
week end guests of Miss Goldie
O. K. Transfer Co.
Office Phone 225
Residence Phone 505
)R RENT Modern furnished
house for month of August,
tone 157, Arthur Williams 98-3t
}R SALE or trade: Studebak r
17 model. 7 passenger run 12 -
miles, good for 50.000 more,
first class ,-hape. Price S>>00,
rms! Want smaller car. Pettv -
>re Noble, Okla. >>8-t*
RNISHED Room For Ren;
•lark s place, one block west
1 one north of interurban depo'
)R SALE: We have for sale or
rade the following properties:
Juse and lot on Jenkins street;
icre tract well improved near
wn. Lot 75x290 on University
ulevard. See F.. R. Minteer at
inteer Hdw. Store. 93-U
DODGE BROS. TOURING
CAR—Repainted and new top.
We can especially recom-
mend this car even to the most
CAR—Repainted and over-
hauled. A bargain.
O vEiiLAND MODEL "90"
Run only 4,000 miles, as
good as new and Guaranteed.
TERMS IF DESIRED
Minteer Motor Co.
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.
MULDROW & KIDD
WE HAVE FOR SALE
Good Buys in Norman City Property
Good buys in Farm Land
We have cheap money to loan on we.
LET US INSURE YOl., PRO PI
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT DISCOUN. 3N
Dur:n£ these hot summer month- we are makip
twenty-five per cent di-count on rough-dry and t
work—minimum 50c net. Tills i- less than vou wi
for the soap, water, fuel, etc.,—and saves vou one df. 's
And our new schedule for your convenience—where
Saturday's Bundle is Delivered
gives you more time to do the ironing. Call 71 and let
us tell y< u more about it.
While we are making this Saturdav-Tuesdav a
special feature of our laundrv service, and we believe it'-
a feature you will aprcciate when you trv it, we do
rough-dry and flat work any time during the week.
Norman Steam Laundry
L. C. LINDSAY, Manager.
A Home to
be Proud of
It (luer-n't make -o much differ-
ence what kind of dwelling or
building you live in- You'll find
it bright, cheery and comfy look-
ing if it is wired for
Modern Electric Lighting Fix-
tures and Lamps of graceful de-
sign will add warmth and hospi-
tality to your rooms. They will
make your home the kind of a
place you have always wanted.
Wire your home now for Electri-
cal comfort and convenience.
Phone your Dealer for Estimate.
Okla. Gas &
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