The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 183, Ed. 1 Monday, November 3, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT. NORMAN OKLAHOMA
Norman, Okla., Oct. 17, 1919.
This is to certify that George
Howry was this day elected busi-
ness agent of Local 1060 C. J. of
A., this district.
J. W. Harrington, President.
W. L. \S ilkerson, Financial Sec.
Anyone desiring the services of
carpenters should confer with me
and 1 will send them the best to
177-6t* GEORGE HOWRY.
S3 acres bottom land, quick sale
at $65 per acre.
320 acres grass land. $25 per
GILES-WEIR INVEST. CO.
FOR SALE: Five-room bunga-
low on West Boyd Street.
Monthly terms if desired. See C.
P. Landt or Phone 258. 176-tf.
FOR SALE — New bungalow.
Modern. Will take Ford or au-
tomobile as part payment. J. D.
FOR RENT—Piano for $3.50 per
month. Phone 360. 182-2*
FOR RENT—T*u unfurnishe
rooms at 602 E. Gray. 181-3*
7 p. m.—Dinner Bridge club,
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hutto, 531
8 p. m.—Pi Beta Phi alumnae,
Mrs. Robert Taylor and Mrs.
8 p. m.—Newcomers club,
3 p. m.—Needle and Thimble
club, Mrs. H. L. Muldrow.
3 p. m.—\Voden club, hos-
tesses, Mrs. J. L. Kader and
Mrs. Guy Y. Williams, 527 W.
3 p. m.—Linger Longer club,
Mrs. C. P. Landt.
3 p. m.—Old Regime club,
Mrs. John Hardie.
3 p. m.—Home Economic
club entertains the University
Dames at the home of Mrs. W.
L. Eagleton, 716 Asp.
2:30 p. m.—Bridge club, Mrs.
Friday, Saturday, and Sun-
day—Kappa Alpha Theta,
Mothers' House party and
Fathers' Sunday dinner.
3 p. in.—Engineering Wom-
en, Mrs. F. C. Miller.
8 p. m.—Lotus club, Teepee
8 p. m.—Kappa Alpha Theta
dance, Varsity hall.
I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Io the unknown owners, occupants, claim-
ants or holders of a legal or equitable
interest in and to the following des-
cribed real estate:
You are each of you hereby notified
that on Nov. 6, 1916, the following des-
cribed real estate was sold for taxes of
the year 1915, by the county treasurer of
Cleveland county, Oklahoma, and tax cer
tificate on same issued by said county
treasurer to J. A. Dingus, viz: Certifi-
cate No. W), for taxes on the south one-
half (1-2) of the southwest quarter ( 14) of
Mock II. Bankers and Owners addition
to Norman, .Oklahoma, containing one-
half (1-2) acre, all in Cleveland county,
Notice is herewith given therefore, that
unless redemption be made from said sale
within sixty days after service of this no-
tice, or sixty days after the first publica-
tion thereof, a tax deed will be demanded
and same will be issued as required by law.
J. A. DINGUS
Owner and Holder of Certificate No. 66.
l irst Pub. October 30.—Jt.
a certified copy of the proceeding of , .aid ,„titi,)n 5ho„|d no, hf ^
J robate ol the original thereof in the IN TESTIMONY WHKRKOi, 1 h;ive
Superior Court of Alameda ( ounty, Lai- hereunto >ct my hand and affixed the seal
norma, and also filed in said Court her 'he County Court of said County, tnis
petition praying for the probate of said -7th day of October.
will and that Letters Testamentary is „ '-I.AL) C.KORGK ALU X
thereon to Katherine M. Johnson, the ex- County Judge,
ecutrix named in 9aid Will, and that said I nst published Enterprise ()ct JO—2t
petition will be heard at the Court room -
of said County in the City of Norman in
said County and State, on Monday the 10th l ots "Ltnrtecn (13) and Fourteen f 14)
m Block Twenty-six (26) as per the
NOTICE FOR HF.ARING PETITION
FOR PROBATE OF WILL
State ot Oklahoma, Cleveland County, ss.
IN COUNTY COURT
Notice is hereby given to all persons
interested in the estate of II. L. lohnson,
deceased, that on the 21st day'of oc.
tuber, 19ly, Katherine M. Johnson pro
duced and filed in the Countv Court
of the County of Cleveland,, and State of
Okla., an nistrument in writing purporting
to be a copy of the last Will and Testament
of II. L. Johnson, deceased, together with
day of Nov., 1919, ,at 'the hour of v o'clock
a. m., of said day, when and where all
persons interested can appear and
ause if any they have, why the urarer
original recorded plat of the' Town
now City, of Norman, Okla;
that the lien, claim, interest, estate and propert
• redemption of each and all of 1 i«> said
said defendants, including the said part thereof, and costs of this actio
James M. Stogner, defendant, have in said
real estate and premises he fully determ-
ined and settled and that plaintiff be ad-
judged to have the lirst lien and claim on
said premises; that said mortgaged prem
ises be ordered sold according to law
without appraisement, and that the pro
ceeds arising from the sale be applied to
the payment of said indebtedness due said
plaintiff; that said defendant, James M.
Stogner be forever barred and foreclosed
of and from all right, title, estate, interest,
property and equity of redemption in and
eal estate and premises, or any
Witness my hand and the seal o
court this 8th day of (ictober, 1919.
(SEAL) GLEN O. MORI
C. M. Keiger, Court
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Notwithstanding the di
weather on Friday, the Smil
(iraves sale attracted a
crowd and nearly all the .•
and property was disposed <
fairly good prices.
(Turn T, Fa*e 10 lor Additional
WANTED—Piano to rent. Will
take good care of same. 214 W.
Eufaula, or phone 612. 181-t3.
WANTED—Girl to work at the
Terminal Cafe. 181 -tf
WAN 1 ED—Position in a store or
office by University student.
Phone 431. 178-5t*
WANTED—Geranium, you are
going to leave in the yard to
freeze. Will give you young plant
in the spring for exchange. Levy
Green House. 180-3t
WANTED—Fresh eggs, will pay
60c m'.sh per dozen. J. D. Pier*
sou Grocery. 180-tf
WANTED—Furnished or unfurn-
ished room for man and wife.
Furnace heat preferred. Phone 360
FOR FURNITURE MOVING,
transfer or hauling call W. I)
Roane. Phone 738. 165-26t
FOR SALE—Six room modern
bungalow, west side. Inquire
Broken Dollar Store. ' IS 1 -tf.
LOST—From my porch on Hal-
lowe'en night, two old hickory
chairs and a settee. Were last
seen at the corner of West Main
aiil Webster. Anyone locating
them please phone 190 or call I).
LOS I -At football game Saturdavj
a purse containing checks and
currency and other papers. S
able reward for return to the Tran-
script office. 183-2* i
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Alden are.
here from Baltimore, Md., visiting !
M" Mdcn's parents, Mr. and Mrs.'
H. P. Alden, and expect to stay a
week or more. Verne has a
splendid position with one of th<
big electric companies of the
country, standing exceptionally
hi_;h in his profession.
W hy is it, Sam, that one never J
.ears„ °f a darky committing sui-
cide?" inquired a Northern man.
"Well, you see, it's disaway,
boss," answered the negro. "When
a white pusso nhas any trouble he
sets down an' gits to studyin' 'bout
It ail a worryin'. Then firs' thing
you know he's don killed hisse'f.
But when a nigger sets down to
think about hi stroubles, why, he
jes' nacherly goes to sleep!"—Suc-
"The merchant who has on hand
what the people want is the mer-
chant who prospers while com-
S. D. Morgan
If you want to buy or
want to sell anything
don't fail to call at this
store, where you will be
given a square deal in ev-
ery way. Fine line of
new furniture at prices
that are very low.
Telephone 622 and let
us te'.l you about it.
215 W. Main. Phone 622
L. C. GILES PHONE 59 W. C. WEIR
Office—First National Bank Building
Giles-Weir Investment Company
FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
Call End see us, we have some good properties listed worth
the money. See us if you desire a loan on farm property
It you have property for sale list it with us.
and you will never be
satisfied till you purchase
Why he satisfied with a machine that
reproduces music in a cold, mechanical
way when you can have an instrument
that Re'Creates music which cannot he
distinguished from the original?
You can't tell the difference between
the living artist and the New Edison—
but don't take our word for it. Just send
for the booklet "What the Critics Say"
—it proves that what we say is true.
Here is a sample, "The ear could not tell
when it was listening to the phonograph
alone, and to actual voice and reproduc
tion together. Only the eye could discover the truth by noting when
the singer's mouth was open or closed." New York Evening Mail.
No matter how skeptical you may he all doubt will he swept
aside once you hear the marvelous New Edison at our stored
REED & FOSTER
Not an End-Season Sale
feiii an In-Season Sale of
It's the lire that gives
the most miles per dol-
lar— that's real ser-
our personal service,
which means your
We carry in stock all
the leading best grade
Motor Car Co.
117-119 West Main
Let Us Help You
Do Your Ironing
Wouldn't you like to have us held you
with the ironing—saving vou time,
trouble and labor?
We'll be glad to supply the Elecrtic
Service that means all this and more
to you. All you have to do is to
BUY AN ELECTRIC IRON
W ith an Electric Iron in your home you will al-
ways be able to keep your dresses and frocks neatlv
pressed and fresh-looking, and the work required to
do so will he less than half that of the old weari-
some way. Besides you'll be able to iron what-
ever you wish—in any room in the house.
Electric Irons at any dealers
& ELECTRIC CO.
Ladies' fine Winter Coats in plush
and velvet as well as the finer and super-
ior cloth weaves. Prices: $29.75 for our
regular $40.00 values; $19.75 for our re-
gular $25.00 values, and $16.45 for our
regular $20.00 values.
Blankets and comforts: $5.95 buys
our best Woolnop extra size blanket
that sells everywhere for $7.50 and
$6.95 buys a nice big silky comfort
padded with pure white cotton: abso-
lutely sanitary, the bind that sells at
most places for $9.00.
Men, we have included in our very
large stock of Men's Footwear, a neat
gunmetal broad toe flexible sole >hoe.
Just the kind of shoe that sells every-
where for $8.00; our price is $6.95.
Suits for the young man, made in the
very latest patterns featuring the high
waist line effects and pure silk linings.
The kind of suits that sell for $50.00; we
sell 'em for $29.75.
Rubbers for father and mother,
brother and sister and the nice part
about it all is that we can save you a
tidy sum on every pair that you buy.
Yes. and we have the buckle artics, too.
School Shoes for Boys that arc made
<■ real leather, in a neat gun-metal
blucher, all sizes up to size two, selling
at $2.95; and in sizes up to big six, $3.95.
I nderwear—now we know that cot-
ton is the highest that it has been for a
long time; but we had forethought
enough last year to buy a lot for this
winter and we are going to give you the
benefit of our good judgment. We can
save you money on underwear for the
Overcoats for men in all sizes; the
prices are extremely low considering the
quality of the materials; just come in
and ask for cither the $10.00 special or
the $15.00 special.
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Hats and caps for men, that
stylish and stil within reach 'of
purse that want s to be sensible and
Shoes for big girls, the kind of shoes
that you want in either black or the gray
or the mahogany brown. This shoe has
a neat low heel and an extra high top;
1 ■ stock is heavy enough to withstand
nr!ci;-(: t weather. I hese shoes sell re-
gularly at $10.00 a pair; our price for
this week is $7.95.
Woll Six for Men
The United Sales Company
Wool Hose for
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 183, Ed. 1 Monday, November 3, 1919, newspaper, November 3, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114190/m1/3/: accessed January 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.