The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 217, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 14, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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TRANSCRIPT'*T*ctor"""kr in bo<h ri,h ««■•* ■ i
* I "T ''""J' «olf!y. at Ihc option of tht Cilr.
I *nirfc bond* thall be given by the city and
——————received by the contractor at their par value.
Published ever, .Ixrnoof, „«pt Swurday. j dl11 '° 'r'
br .h« r™™cnpriissLr^rsficr^Sd,*br ,he
Publishing Co., Norman, Oklahoma.
The contractor will be required to take an-!
Pay a. r *r par •*i,rerl Improvement Bon i*
in addition to the contract price, in an amount
Kntered as ecf.nd<la« matter January 2, /° rn^ij.ccnt °f lhe ,2"tr*ct Pr "e *°
W. a, ,hc pottoffice, Norman. Oklahoma. «n- 'Tyjnr .n "T""
«l«* act 01 conurets of March J. U79 nor 10 Wmnfiif th* ucce«ful bidder will
. reqt fred to execute and deliver to the City
jf .Norman a good and sufficient surety bond
m the sum of 2s per cent of the contract
price, to be approved by the Mayor and Com
DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Ity carrier, one week
Office, 2IS E. Mam St. I'hone J
By mail, out of Cleveland County $50 (" ;,von' bond to be conditioned for the
Bf mad, one year J.50 f*n ' 'a,lkfuJ r*ccution of the work and the
My mail, six months 2 00 Per'or*l*nc* of the contract, for the pro tec
City against any loss or damagr
, by reason of any negligence or improper ex
ecution of the work by said contractor, hi*
agents >r employees, and also a bond ru ning
to the state of Oklahoma to be filed wi'h the
Court C !crk of Cleveland county, conditioned
that th econtraetor shall pay all claims for
labor or material for doing said work, and
Notice tO P—• > * a maintenance bond in the amount of
m- : . . . , i 5 r*r c*n* of the contract price shall br filed
" h"eb> «• «* .«fat ealci propo* | j; h said ( „y. conditioned to keep sa: i im
l* for furnishing material and performing provemcnts in state of good repair fur a period
•urk neccasary in making the improvement* (Jf f,ve yea'*
CuTcterk."^,^ "?;r , *V ih l-l win t. opened and ,on,M«rrt
£" "ClOCk " ^o-mnn.-..k,,honu, o'clock : p m Brd
Lct 2.'. 1919. Said improvements t> be a* day of I>ec.. 1919. ■ «J.a
. i • . It is further understood that the Vivor
radinc.pav.ng. curbing, draining, g ,tte .and Commisaion reserve the right to X
and otherwise improving and by mstaliinf I any and all bid«. «J*ct
>be neees*ary man holes and catch basin*. I
oti Ton haw a street from the east line <>i the
A T. & S. F. right of way to the We-t line
I'orter Avenue, and from the ea<t .'me of
Porter avenue to the West lint of I n 'lay
Ar*.. Ear* Grny street from the Kast me of
fetetk ateiiuc iu the West line < f Findiay
gvenue, .south I'orter avenue from in • south
tnf of Main street to the north line "f Ah-
«aeda •treet, Ka*t Main Street from the east
line of I'orter avenue, to the East line of
South Cockrel avenue. We«t Koyd street from
lb*- eait line of Kim avenue, to tht- *< line
•f College avenue. College avenue, from the
NOLA V. HELMS,
. . „ . . _ City Clerk
irtrst tub. in Tranaeript Dee. 12. Jt.)
Mens Kid House Slippers, in black
and brown, different styles at $3.00
$4.00, $4 50 up.—McCall's. 216-4t
EDITH C. JOHNSON WILL
LECTURE DURING FEBRUARY
Edith C. Johnson, who was to have
... , „ I , lectured at the university in Dccem-
•Ofth line of ttoytl street to the ioutli lin. |.,r ,i, ,i ,
ti Sjrmme* ,treet, Kim avenue, from thr north ' ■ , fourth speaker on the
•nr of Cruse street to the south line of
Symnm~> street, West Main street from
# r west line of the University Boulevard to
•he west line of Kim avenue. and North
fry-ford avenu f from the north lin« ol
...... i. . north line of Hughbcrt
atrrrt. And all of said improvement to be
4<**e according to a resolution duly passed
fcy Commission and approved by the Mayor
•4 said City on the Vth day of December,
and in accordance with the plans, plats,
a i<- - tc^tiotii and estimate and con
% ' ,r '" t.M'n —I by 'he Mayor and
roinmt.viicners of said ( ity and now on file in
•he office of the City Engineer. A copy of
•he same may be secured by contractors by de
ro-vitirg S fjo with the City Engineer which
deposit will be returned upon the return of
plan* and speciiications in good condition
■fithin three days from the date of letting
Contractors are further roti. cd t! all
mtn bids will be received upon the under
■landing that they are so ba«ed upon said
plans, plats, profiles, specifications, caim.ite*
and cont-aeti and further that the successful j
bidder will enter into the form of contract
which accompanies said specifications and
thr rontrart if let will be let to the lowest
and best bidder. The contract pric£ of said
faiprovement shall not exceed the estimates of
Itir City Engineer, which are* submitted with
•>* plans, plats, profiles and sneri'irations.
K*ch hid on the improvement herein order
«*J aball be accompanied by a certified check
on some bank in Norman in the sum «>." .1 per
cetit of the bid. said check being a pledge that
Hie bidder will, if his bid be accepted e*« f-ute
and deliver I ond with good and sufficient 1
surety and will execute a contract in a-co d
ance with his bid. The contractor shall re •
cri e hJs contract price as the Mtutes of Ok- |
Uhomn and the said e x tract :-p< ificntions par ]
(irularly provide, and one bond resoluti' n an 1 '
one only will be pa vd a ithori/ing the is I
auanee of a series of bonds evidencing the '
assessment as the same may be male against iv
1*1 r property an provided by law The con j 7•"•qr-r.vr.j■ ■.
woman s lecture course, will not
come until February. Elizabeth |
Jordan, dear, of women, announced
The approach of Christmas holi-
days was Kiven as the reason for the
postponement of the lecture and Miss
Johnson's appearance was moved up
to February because Miss Jordan
has secured a conditional engage
ment with Jane Adams of Hull
House for January.
Indian Moccasins, in Fawn. Rrown
li'lta,ncn PrCt,y b"ded desiK'ls a*1
■ .1.00 3 c0 up. McCall's 216-4t
J' you have any form of
ary Eczema or Pimples,
hea] your skin with the
soothing ointment Dry
'•n0- t < r watery
will give speedy
'5c a jar.
REED & FOSTER
Let Us Fill Your
( hristmas is only two weeks awav—
you will make a special menu for this day.
c are especially desirous of helping you,
so it you are not already placing your or-
ders here do so the coming week—a trial
order note the courteous service, the
high quality goods—it will give you an
idea how we may help you make your
-hristmas dinner more delightful. Note
the good things below:
Candied Orange peel
Candied lemon peel
Pyramid I.ayer figs
Vermont salted almonds
Vermont brick maple sugar
Bulk salted almonds
U-All-No after dinner mints
Ambrosia chocolate, sweet
Bulk queen olives
Pimento stuffed olives
Mines mince meat in tins,
l-lb„ 50c; 2-:b„ 7jc.
Pickles—Gherkin sour spiced,
Boiled apple cider
Packed in sealed tin box.
This Sunshine Sylvet
Fruit Cake contains:
I earhorn citron
l ancy seeded raisins
^ alencia almonds
f'hnirc riecans and wal-
Spices, sugar, flavoring.
Also Russian style—
Each 2 lbs.—$2.
TIiq Store ci Personal Service
Phones 101-671 ^
I y x
HERE you will find Christmas merchandise to your sat-
isfaction. For Mother,Father, Sister or Brother at
this store. Just as it always has been the store of un-
equalled values in good high grade dependable merchandise
the >ear around. Consequently so at Christmas.
Winter is here, why not an over-
:oat, $20.00 to $48.00.
Styleplus Suits would be very ap-
propriate, $20 to $45.00.
Mackinaw Coat<. just the coat for
uad or brother, $7.50 to $12.50.
Beautiful Filet trimmings, $1.00 to
in fine knitted yarns, mercerized, as-
sortment mixtures at 75c to $2.00.
HOSIERY FOR GIFTS
•Splendid ass rtment of a'! kinds and
trrade, silk hose, $2.50 to $5.00.
IIOrSE SLIPPERS-Treat him to
V"00 ;| r2°"0 COmf-V' feIt leather sole.
W arm Felt Soles for mother, plain
■ - f'.Jr t'T?, $2.00 and $2.50.
in silks, crepe and linens, 10c to $1.00.
A very usefti gift in leather, silk
and velvet, $1.50 to $5.50.
Splendid values in grays, $4.50.
In rich designs, your size and pat-
tern is here, $6.50 to S10.
Coat and slip overs, special lot on
sale, exceptional values, $8.95.
Desirable gift camisoles in Crepe de
' ^Vashable Satins, $1.00
Teddies in pink crepe de chine and
silk, $3.95 to $9.00.
$4 50*amaS blUC Crepe* speciaI Price-
Loudoir Caps in net and wash satin
big assortment. SI 00 to $1.50.
In wool, bright combination of
$1000 cer,ainly a useful fcrift- Price
that turn water, belted, double
breasted coats, $12 00, $19.50 and $25
SILK AND MADRAS SHIRTS
He never has too many shirts, $1.50
In sets and separate muffs, sets
$23.75 to $39.50.
Extra muffs, $10.00 to $37.50.
Little muff and neckpiece to match
$3.85 to $4.38.
THE CHRISTMAS STORE
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 217, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 14, 1919, newspaper, December 14, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114224/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.