The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 105, Ed. 1 Friday, August 1, 1919 Page: 4 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
years. The other room, the same
size, will be occupied by the elec-
tric establishment of E. VV.
Cralle & Co.
Judge I". B. Swank was
Moore Thursday on business.
There is little change in the con-
. dition of Mrs. T. J. Johnson,
Dr. A. H. Slang, formerly of thc^Capt. Johnson informs the Trans-
- ... Wacliim*• Cript. One day she appears a lit-
tle better, only to have a relapse
University, is now at Washin
ton, D. C, where he has axe;.lid
an appointment for the summer
as physicist for the U. S. liurcau
of Standards. Mrs. Stang
vthe next day. Every care and at
Mention is being given her, and all
hope her illness may take a change
spending a few weeks at Grand J for the better, and be permanent.
Gorge, N. V., in the Catskill |
mountains. Dr. and Mrs. Stang j ^-|1C cmp|0yecs at the W. N.
expect to return to Norman in the jjucjier jry goods store were en-
tall, and Mr. Stung will resmiic' tertained at the home of Mr. and
his duties as professor of Phy-
sics at the University.
Miss Kathleen Dawson and
Miss lilanche johnson visitei .
friends in Oklahoma City Thurs-1
Ben Cooley attended the week-'
'.v noon luncheon at lh■: Skin in (
01 the Phi Gam. i Drltn Frater-
i ily, Friday.
Work on the new store build-
ings on West Main being erected
by Geo. A. Smith, on lots form-
erly occupied by the old Hotel
Agnes building is progressing
steadily. The Transcript learns
one of them, 25x100, will be oc-
cupied by Will Hopper with his
tin shop and roofing cstablish-
Mrs. McLaughlin's Tuesday even-
ing. After an evening of music
and conversation frozen punch
and cike were served to Mes-
dames Alder, Stoner, Bottoms,
Misses Viola Stoner, Evorene Al-
der, Nella Westervelt, and Mes-
sers Staggs., Cavanaugh, Ruckcr,
Glover and Wynne.
Mrs. S. M. Salter spent Thurs-
Miss Ina Gillilatvl of Ft. Worth
Texas, is visiting her cousins,
Mi'ses Hester taml Frances Wil-
liams, this week Miss Gilliland
has been director of the
Vcice department of the John
Tarlton College at StephinviUe,
Texas the past two years and
much interested in fine arts. She
was glad that she was able to
attend the recital at the Univer-
sity Thursday evening. Miss Hes-
i ter Williams is planning on re-
turning with Miss Gilliland to
her home the last of the week to
make a short visit.
ing the recital given by the fine j
arts department of the University
in which his daughter, Miss Ma-;
bel, took part. Mr. Erwin, who
is post master in his town and
also editor of the Pauls Valley j
Enterprise, recalled that the
first time he was in Norman,
some sixteen or eighteen years j
ago, he then thc^ight it a pretty t
place, but says he had go idea it
would grow into the ideal city
that it has become. He says
corn is made in the vicinity of
Pauls Valley, as they had a j
splendid rain about a week ago,'
and nothing is suffering.
'icorge Nolo i was the guest of
fn> nds in Oklahoma City on
FOR SALE: Good Overland car
for sale at half price, phone 465.
Rev. E. O. Whitwell, who has
just returned from Y. M. C. A.
service overseas, will spea,c Sun-
day morning at 11 o'clock and m*.o ■
at the Sunday school hour at 9:45. |
Some very good special music has
been arranged for, including a
number by the violin quartette. ^
Baccalaureate services at the Uni-
BIG $ DAY SALE
Closes Sat. August 2
at 10 P. M.
vcrsity auditorium takes the place
of the union open air services on
guest of her daughter
ment. Mr. Hopper is building up | City
Sunday evening.—Theodore H.
accompanied by his
a fine patronage, and has leased Mrs. R. L. Stover and son, W. A.
H. Aszman, Pastor.
was here Thursday night attend-
new quarters for a term
Discriminating selection has
placed the seal of unmistakable
endorsement upon the Maytag
j Electric Washer. With it the
busy housewife has only to place
j the water and clothes in the ma-
I chine and turn on the power.
Has electrically driven wringer
| which leaves the clothes almost
dry before hanging out.
It gives universal satisfaction
because it saves so much labor
and is' npt hard on clothes.
Call and let us show you the
; good features of the Maytag Elec-
Nolan & Martin
Implements and Hardware,
Chevrolet Cars and
Homes—Choice Farms, Acreage and Residence
Properties - For Your Selection
Land is the basis of all wealt h. The wise investor, as a rule, puts a large
earns him a fair percent on his investment from rents but increases in values fran toy^r ® year
larger return than he could poss ibly get from loaning his money or investing it in o.her secur .
In driving over the country with your friends vou have often heard them
say, "A few years ago I could have bought that farm foi ten or .twelve
thousand dollars and now it is worth twenty thousand.'" This is the history
of Cleveland and McClain county's farms. The increase in value of our
land has not been an over-night inflation, but has been steady and substan-
tial as it should be, as their productive qualities have been proved the
best farmers of our own state as well as those of other states are ..now
making these tw ocounties their permanent homes.
We believe it is the ambition of every man to, at some-time, own a piece
of "Mother Earth." Our business is insofar as we can, to help attain that
ambition. .Below we are giving a few of the many listings, in both farm
lands and city property which we have for sale:
1. 160 acres 3 miles from depot in Norman,
second bottom land, about 60 acres in cultiva-
tion, balance in pasture. 10 acre orchard, good
house and barn, good water, windmill, fenced
and cross fenced. One mile from good school.
Price $13,000.00. Terms if desired.
2. 160 acres three miles from depot in Nor-
man, about, 40 acres bottom land, balance
good upland; 20 acres in pasture. Good orchard.
Large house and barn. Price $16,000.00.
3. 80 acres 2 1-2 miles from depot in Nor-
man, Good second bottom laud, about 65 acres
in cultivation, balance in pasture. Large two
story house, basement and furnace heat, bath,
hot and cold water, good roads to town. Price,
4. 120 acres, 3 1-2 miles from Norman, all
good bottom land and remainder good second
bottom land. Comfortable house, good barn,
well and windmill; some alfalfa. Price $13,000.
5. 160 acres 3 1-2 miles from Norman. 70
acres bottom land. Remainder good second
bottom. Good orchards. Comfortable house.
Good barn. A few acres fenced hog tight. Price
6. 160 acres 4 miles from Norman, all good
bottom land. About 50 acres now in alfalfa, all
cross fenced with hog wire. 1 wo sets of im-
provements. Price $24,000.00.
7. 160 acres 4 1-2 miles from Norman, about
40 acres bottom and balance good upland. Good
improvements. Price $13,000.00.
8. 160 acres, all good bottom land. Near
Norman. Improvements fair. Price $23,000.00.
9. 232 acres located up against good small
town, 220 acres in alfalfa, all under hog fence.
Eight room dwelling with basement, furnace
heat, water, sewer and lighting systems, stables,
chicken house, garage, 3 hay barns holding 280
tons each. Price $200 per acre with terms to suit
10. 80 acres in Jackson county on hard sur-
faced road to town. Ideal dairy farm. Some al-
falfa. Will trade for Norman property.
11. 450 acres located in the famous 1 en Mile
Flat. 210 acres in cultivation balance pasture
land. Large two story house, good barns and
granary. Two wells, windmill, plenty of timber,
This is one of the best combination farms in the
county. Located six miles from Norman and
only about 14 miles from OklaTioma City. Price
$35",000.00 if sold at once.
12. 160 acres located ten miles from Norman,
50 acres good bottom land; 40 acres pasture.
Good two story house, large barn, plenty of out-
buildings, well, windmill, etc. Price $12,000.00.
13. 160 acres located about 10 miles from
Norman, 130 acres in cultivation balance good
pasture land. 12 acres now in alfalfa. 5 room
house, barn, etc. Price $17,000.00. Good terms if
14. 160 acres located in the Ten Mile Flat,
good improvements. 120 acres in cultivation,
balance pasture. Price $60 per acre with good
15. 170 acres in McClain County. 160 acres
in cultivation, all fenced and cross fenced. 40
acres fenced hog tight. 10 acres alfalfa. 1 hree
sets of improvements. 5 good wells. Price
$85.00 per acre for quick sale.
16. 160 acres located 5 miles from Moore. 90
acres in cultivation, 30 acres in alfalfa. Good 8
room house, barn, corn crib and other
ings. Good well and windmill. Price $12,000
with best of terms.
17. 160 acres located 3 1-2 miles from Nor-
man Good 8 room house, silo, cow barn for 20
cows, stable for 12 horses. 80 acres in cultiva-
tion, balance fine grass land. 10 acres fenced
hog tight. Price $8,000.00. with good terms.
Will trade for good acreage near Norman,.
18. 160 acres located 1 1-2 miles from Noble.
Good improvements. Fine young orchard. 1 rice
$7,500 if sold at once.
19. 40 acres located close to Norman, all
good level second botton land. Good four room
house, fair barn. Price $4,500.00.
20. 80 acres located 5 1-2 miles from Nor-
man all good level second bottom land. Im-
provements poor. Price $6000.00. Good terms.
21. 120 acres located close to Norman. Prac-
ticallv all in cultivation. Lies level. Fair im-
provements. Price $8,500.00.
22. 160 acres all bottom land located in Mc-
Clain county. Improvements poor. Price
23. 160 acres 3 1-2 miles from Norman, 80
acres in grass, 80 acres in cultivation. 1 1-2
storv house. All fenced and cross fenced. Good
pond in pasture. Good cow sheds, barns, etc.
Price $6,400 with some terms given.
24 200 acres located close to Newcastle,
about 40 acres bottom land, balance good second
cultivation. Improvements fair. Price $15,000.
25. 70 acre tract located in McClain county.
About 50 acres in cultivation, balance pasture
land. Fair improvements. _ Price $65.00 per
26. 80 acres located in McClain county. Prac-
tically all in cultivation, fair improvements. Price
S65.00 per acre.
27. 180 acres about 8 miles from Norman, all
good second bottom land, about 120 acres in cul-
tivation, balance pasture land. Fair improve-
ments. Price $70.00 per acre.
28. 80 acres located 5 miles from Norman.
50 acre orchard, mostly apple, peach and pears.
Good four room bungalow, barn, good well and
windmill. Price $4500 with very best of terms.
1. 5 acre tract, well located, 5 room house,
basement, good barn, well, windmill, all fenced.
2. Well improved acreage, large house,
good barn, garage, etc. One of the best close-in
tracts around Norman. Price $8500.00.
3. 13 acre tract, large two story house, eel-
bottom. About 20 acres good pasture, balance in
lar, good barn and other out-buildings. All fenc-
ed. Price, $6000.00.
4. 40 acre tract close in. Unimproved.
5. 3 acre tract. Large modern house, good
barn. Close in. Price $8000.00.
6. 17 lots located near University. Price
1. 7 room house with bath, electric lights,
good garage. Located on one of the nicest
corners on the East side. Price $3500.00
2. 6 room house, bath, electric lights, plenty
of shade, large barn. Located on paved street.
3. 6 room house, plastered, bath and electric
lights, basement. Located on corner. Price
4. 5 room house, bath, electric lights. South
front. 3 lots, good barn, located close in to busi-
ness section of town. Price $2650.00.
5. 7 room house, located on west side. Close
in. Price $4,500.00.
6. 5 room bungalow, west front, bat!^ and
electric lights, on Jenkins avenue. Price $3500
with good terms. .
7. 5 room bungalow, bath and electric lights
located near university. Price $3500. Will take
a payment of $500 down and give any terms de-
dired on balance.
8. 5 room bungalow with bath, oak finish,
colonades and all built in features. Cluster lights.
Screened in back porch. Price $3000. Some
9. 4 room house, new. On paved street, near
University. Price $2000, with payment of from
$300 to $500 cash and terms on balance.
10. 5 room house, bath, electric lights. Lo-
cated near University. East front. Price $4000.
11. 8 room house, basement, furnace heat.
East front, located near University. Price $4500.
12. 8 room house located on very desirable
corner lots. About 6 blocks from business part
of town. 1 block off pavement. Price $5000.
13. Large 8 room house, basement, furnace
heat. Near University campus. Price $5000.
14a Large 10 room house, with bath and li-
brary, basement and sleeping porch. Modern
in every way. East front. Lots 78 1-2x195 feet.
Price $8500.00. Will give good terms.
We have many othe, both small and large tracts of land, and other residences for sale. If you do not find just what you want on
this list, take it up with us.
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