The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 101, Ed. 1 Monday, July 28, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily Transcript. Norman, Oklahoma
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereby given that I,
the undersigned. W. D. January,
who on the 25th day of Macrh,
1916, was convicted in the Dis-
I Sealed bids well be received up
to six o'clock p. ti:. August 1. 191°,
by the Board of Education of the
City of Norman. Oklahoma, tor
n . * r>y i j .. ('le erection of a four root.i school
Court of Cleveland County, I building. Plan, and specifications
Oklahoma, of the murder of I can lie secured from the cleik of
Milton Keck, in said Cleveland !tl,e 1!oard at the Farmers Nation-
County, Oklahoma, on the 31st!J' rvrl;<; i , , ,
1 V L Certified check or cashiers
day of March, 191G, sentenced'oy check for $25.00 will be ■.eouired
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. D. January.
as a deposit for plans and specifi
A certified check for five per
cent of the amount of the bid will
be required. The Board reserves
the right to reject any and all bids
and waive any formalities.
Chas. S. Standley, Clerk Board
of Education, Norman, Okla.
Dated July, 23, 1919. i>7-8t
Merle Smith Home: Merle
Smith, son of Mrs. Julia Smith,
returned last week from fifteen
month's overseas service, belong-
ing to the same corps as Okla
Bobo. He wears two gold stripes
on his arm, indicating more than
twelve months' service, and was
in the Army of Occupation in
Germany, lie received his honor-
able discharge at Camp Pike ou
FOR RENT: Modern 5-room
bungalow, close to University,
possession August 8th, $30 per
month. J. P. Gibbs, 593 Boulevard,
phone 187. 103-3t*
LOST: On Main Street N. H. S.
1910 pin, initials B. If. on the
back. Return to Transcript. 101-.!*
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WANTED: Three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping
after August 5th. 103-3t*
Mrs. Ben Williams and daugh-
ter, Lucile, Mrs. John Barbour
and son, Mrs. John Lambert and
on, .Mrs. Robert Taylor and son,
and Miss Dorothy Bell enjoyed a
p'enic super at Wheeler Park
The firm of Vincent & Mul-
drow doing a real estate and in-
surance business was on the first
day of July, 1919, dissolved, Thos.
Vincent having sold his one
interest to M. P. Kidd. All debts
due the firm to be paid Bob Mul-
drow at his office.
VINCENT & MULDROW
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fischer and
| son Raymond, Miss Pauline Fisch-
er and Mr. E. H. Grimes motored
Sunday afternoqn to Oklahoma
C ity in jlic Fischer Marmon ma-
j The Big Dollar sale at Ruck-
er's will begin Tuesday, July 29th
at 9 o'clock. You should attend.
The Big Dollar sale at Ruck-
er's will begin Tuesday, July 29th
at 9 o'clock. You should attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Berry enter-
tained Dr. and Mrs. Charlie Ber-
ry and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ber-
ry at dinner Sunday and in the
afternoon the whole party motor-
ed to Oklahoma City.
Mrs. C. C. Scott and Mrs. Pat
McKinney are back in the S. K.
McCall store after a vacation of
a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Parham and
half j children, Mr. and Mrs. Tucker
| Miller and children and Mr. and
J Mrs. Harold Royaltey and family
j spent Sunday in a grove on I.ittje
SAVE PEACH SEEDS.
We will pay cash for all the i
j River, having a fine picnic
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Westervelt
sound dry peach pits you bring us j and babe_ Mrs Tcxi'e A1(]er and
in August, September or October j Miss 2ellii Westervelt visited
Will trade nursery stock for them I Wheeler Park in Oklahoma City
at ai.y time. I'ast year's seeds are
good if they have been kept dry.
Select small seedling pits, per
bushel, $1.25 to $1.50.
Mixed sizes, per bushel, 75c to
Elberta and big seed
on Sunday, taking their
supper with them.
Noble Nursery, Noble, Okla.
Mrs. Alice Home and daughter,
Miss Bessie, of Duncanville, Tex.,
and Mrs. Fannie Hayes, of Mid-
Per j lothian, Texas are visiting their
i brother, W. D. Pickard and fam-
FOR SALE: 1 Durock Jersey
Boar, registered, 4 1-2 months
old. See Fred W. Close or nhone
LADIES, Take Notice: Permant-
ly located at 321 East Eufaula,
I am prepared to repair all makes
of sewing machines and give in-
structions. Phone 155. Louis K.
• th# Kllrhrn Ciihlnri thiil hvi<i mil-n of ilfpt
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L. C. GILES
W. C. WEIR
FOR SALE: One nine room and
two eight room houses near the
University. Also bargains Hi build-
ing sites, price ranging from $200
to $450 per 25 foot front. M. A.
Floyd, Norman, Okla., Phone
and make it
Get your next tire
Klein Tire Co.
230 East Main
3-' "t-il ,
Office—First National Bank Building
Giles-Weir Investment Company
FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
Call and see us, we have some good properties listed worth
the money. See us if you desire a loan on farm property
If you have property for sale list it with us.
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Refrigerators greatly reduced
in price. Minteer Hdwe. Co.
Don't fail to take advantage of
the Big Dollar Bargains at the
The Big Dollar sale at Kuc'i-1 Dollar Sale at Rucker's beginning
er's will be'/:n Tuesday, July 29th. j Lie."day at 9 o dock.
at 9 o'clock. You should attend ;
FARMERS: We are expecting a! Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scott, Miss
good demand lor (arms. List your' pauline Scott and Mrs. AnniAil-
farms for sale with us.—Muldrow (.derson attended the Oklahoma
& Kidd, Phone 50. j city_joplin games Gf baseball in
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W. A. JANSING
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The Old Swimmin
Doll's Park pool with its
clear, fresh water and mod-
ern construction allows for
all the pleasures experienced
in the olden days when at the
sign of the two fingers, we
gayly made our way to the
old swimmin' hole.
pool is thoroughly modern in construc-
tion, having a large outlet in the deepest
part for draining, and keeping the water
fresh and sanitary. '
The park has plenty of shade and is
an ideal place to spend a few hours in rest
and recreation. Refreshments may be
obtained at the booth.
Where It Is
Doll's Park was formerly the
City Pumping Station grounds.
It is located one block south
of the West Side Schol build-
nig. Convenently readied
from the school house grounds
—on the street just west.
What you pay
War Tax 3c
Admsson to pool 25c
Doll Foster, Mgr.
Take away the Interurhan to Belle Isle
To my happiness it will leave no mark.
I'll have my share of pleasure
At the delightful Doll's Park.
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 101, Ed. 1 Monday, July 28, 1919, newspaper, July 28, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114108/m1/3/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.