The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 327, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 21, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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NEWCASTLE MAY GET
NEW CHINCH EDIFICE
News and Notes from Lindsay R,q- 1
gc and Newcastle Over in
(By Staff Corresponded)
Rev. Dodsuti delivered the - ' i
moil at the Newcastle schoollioime
Sunday morning. Plans are h. i•: I
mare for selling the old church huilrl-1
iug aud pitting up a new one 111 I
ihe meantime, services will be held
in the school building. Sun<!a
school in the morning and B. V ['
I!, iu the evening every Suiul.n
Kveryone cordially invited to attc I
Clarence IJye took dinner with Mi
and Mrs. John Glenn at N'.irr .111
Miss Lillian Stanberry visite<! last
week with her cousin. Miss Nell
Mrs. L. K. Roles and children
spent Sunday with friends in Dei
Misses Bessie Woods, Zelli May
Dickerson. Lelia t'laxton and K-ith
Jones of the Lindsay Ridge vcl
took the eigth grade examination
with the Newcastle eighth grad.
class Thursday and Friday. We ;.re
sur eall will pass the examination
Mrs. F. C. Ezzell of Normal. 1*
spending a few days with her par
cnts, Mr and Mrs. C. B. Dye. „t
Robert Tompkins was in Norman
from Randlett last week, visiting his
brother-in-law, John Ezzell. md
looking up real estate. He cont m-
plates buying here soon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dickerson ami
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dye were among
the Norman visitors Wednesday.
J. T. Robisin and sons and two
little grandsons spent Sunda\ with
Mr. and Mrs Robert Stokes.
A little daughter came to the home
"f Mr and Mrs. Jim Robison Sun-
day. She weighs il pounds and lia>
been christened Vada Beatrice. Both
mother and child are doing nicely.
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'ANNOUNCES RULES FOR
GRADE SCHOOL CONTEST
Mrs I H. Kelgar. chairman of the
Fifth district grade schools organi-
zation. has announced the following
governing the three art con-
for grade scjioolh only, at hlk
Aprir 21-23 as follows
Posters of colored paper cut
pasted on paper 9x12 inches.
2. Pencil drawings of any school
room subjects, on paper J inches
3. I olored crayon (drawings of
ob ects sucli as fruits, flowers or va
ses on paper ('xl2. inches
Kach school may enter any one or
all three contests . sending three
piece of work on each contest, on a
(otal of nine.
Work mav be sent by delegates or
direct to Mrs \\ S. White at Kik
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real estate transfers recorded yes-
terday were Ben H. Barbour and
Lula Barbour to J W. Billings, lot^
17. 18, 19, 20. 21. 22, 23, 24, 25, 26. 27
and 28 in block 10 of the original
townsite of Norman, considerat >i
Lusie Louthen, nee Clopton, and
II. H. Louthen of Tuttle. Grady
t ounty. Oklahoma to Ben I7. Ba' er.
<if Tuttle, Grady ("ounty, Oklaho na,
lots 17, 18. 19, 20, 21 and 22 of bl >ck
17 of the original townsite of Nor
man, consideration $500.
Xlona P. Wright and Paul K
Wright to R. A Jailson, the soi th
east quarter of section 15 in to \>-
sbip 10 north, of range 1 west; < n
FRAZIER APPEALS CASE
FROM MUNICIPAL COURT
Nelson 1 razier of Norman, who
was arrested abuot a month ago on
;i charge of speeding by H. L. San-
derson. chief of police, and who is
alleged to have resisted arrest at that
time was tried in police court yester-
day afternoon and found guilty on
He entered a plea of guilty to the
speeding charge and was fined ten
dollars, but plead not guilty to the
charge of resisting an officer.
After hearing the evidence of San-
derson and bystanders that saw the
incident, Police Judge Roy "Lewis
assessed a fine of nineteen dollars,
on the resisting charge.
Appeal was taken by the defendant
tlnough his attorney, Tom Mayfield.
CONCRETE STACK FOR
CITY PLANT DELAYED
Delay iu the approval of the bond
issue for the new munic'pal light and
water plant is also delaying the erec-
tion of a new concrete stack at the
<ity water plant, according to W. R.
< later, city manager.
I he old smoke stack has been re-
paired temporarily but nothing furth-j
< r will be done until a new stack can I
'«e built in connection with thj muni-
Mopping Up Latest
Feature of County
Hebrew Relief Fund
Alreadj acknowledged $401.65.
John Ilardie $2. Prof, and Mr- J
1 . Ilrooks $2.50, Milton Cohen $1.
No further appeals will tic made
hut tardy contributions will he wel-
come. "Mopping up" will tako sev-
eral days more.
1 heartily thank everybody who lias
helped in any way.—J. P I'axtjii.
There will be a pie supper at Corn
School house Friday April 2). The
Kirls are asked to furnish plenty of
pies. There will also be a box of
candy for the most popular girl. The
sclioo Ihouse is located a quarter of
a mile east of stop 21.
Arthur Sliead went to the c:t'
Do You Own Your
The pleasures of home owner-
ship are not its greatest factors,
though the} are many.
The home owner has the
knowledge that he is one of the
assets of his community.
Becomes an asset of vour com-
munity and at the same time
make an investment that will re-
Let us sell you a home. Here
Six rooms, lot 75x140 feet, in
Classen-Miller addition one block
from pavement. Price $1600,
See this or one of many others
wc have on our books.
McDaniel & Matthews
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
^'LEVELANS SiXy |
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\\ liy the Cleveland Six is
Multiplying its Friends
I he Cleveland Six is (makin
sands of them every month, heca
than they had even dared to exp
sure of driving, and the ease of d
The motor of the Cleveland Six—de-
signed by the Cleveland company's own
engineers, tested in road work and engi-
neering shops for three vears before being
offered to the publi, and now built in the
company's own great factory—is something
new to countless thousands of motorists
who prefer the light six type of car.
They have never driven behind Just such
a motor as this. The wonders of its pick-
g new friends every day, thou-
use it brings 111 em so much more
ect,—so much more of the plea-
riving and. of the comfort of rid-
up ;gul flexibility- are exceptional and the
brakes sure. Low underslung spring con-
struction and soft restful cushions give1 the
( loveland unusual qualities of comfort.
Since first sent out on its journey into
the big world of motordom, last July, the
i leveland Six has made friends, and multi-
plied them. Thousands of owners know
what a good car it is and they tell their
When You See and Drive the Cleveland Six, You want it
Touring Car (Five Passengers) $1385 Roadster (Three Passengers) $1385
Stiian (Five Passengers) $2195 Coupe (Four Passengers; $2195
(All IJric«* F. O. B. Factory)
TAYLOR MOTOR COMPANY
114 North Peters—Phone 634
CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE CO., CLEVELAND, OHIO
Men's and Young Men's
Our separate Trouser section is now better stocked
than for many months.
W e are prepared to fit you in trousers that will liar-
:rioni7e with any shade coat you may have.
AMERICAN GENTLEMEN TROUSERS
are correctly made and appeal to men who take this way
to get long service from tlieir clothes.
Fancy Cashmeres in browns, tan, and greens.
\\ orsted and serges in plains and stripes, fine blue
serges, American Woolen Mills Serge. Every pair
shows fine tailoring.
Very moderately priced, $6.50 to $15.
Spring Oxfords for Men and Women
To come to this store for a pair of Oxfords or Pumps, is to
leave behind all uncertainty of finding what you want.
Quality, Style and Value are an intrinsic part of every pair
of shoes ill this store—this is backed up by the brands, 'Walk
Over and Roberts, Johnson Rand—which are nationally known
for both style and quality.
Satisfaction giving'Value is also yours at prices that meet
your wishes of what you want to pay. Note the following
styles and prices. All these are new, having just arrived from
these famous makers.
M)ay we show them to you soon?
Russtt quarter oxfords, in the
popular Devon, English walking
last. Walk Over, fur $10
Kid quarter oxfords, Manhattan,
straight last in both cordovan and
black, Walk Over $11.00
Lace oxfords, the new London
last, Robert, Johnson, Rand Pa-
triot, all leather $12.00
I .ace oxfords, New London last,
J. R., all leather, Mahocanv
Pumps in the Usual Walk Oyer
styles and quality, that will appeal
to the well dressed women.
Patent leather, the beautiful
Dawn last, Loius covered heel, with
priced at $12.00
Black kid pumps at $10.00
(ilaze kid pumps at 112.00
Russet kid oxfords, Savoy last
high heel for $11.50
Mahogany kid. the Peggy last,
R. J. R. all leather, at _ __$9.00
Russet oxfords, military heel,
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LADIES' OXFORDS ipso"'^ 'aSt' a p°pu'ar sty'e at
Six tyelet tie in black kid oxfoni,
the popular Alsace last, with Louis
covered heel $12.00
Patent kid oxfords, the pretty
I 'n am last, with Louis covered heel
HERE ARE TWO SPECIAL PRICES
These an . v..vpt„,,„od f,„ sport or for general service
wear, having -ytic and excellent qualitv, and
week a: special reduced prices.
we are offering this
Men's two-tone shoe, Walk
Over, English last, suitable for
either dress up or sport wear,
regular $14 shoe reduced to $11
Mahogany, fancy oxfords, rtry
pretty. Brogue last, excellent for
sport wear, military heel, refulu
$12, reduced to fl|
CHILDREN'S AND BABY
Children's shoes in all sizes.
Barefoot sandals. Babv shoes, soft
soles, in all sizes and colors
ELDER LADIES' PUMPS
All sizes, with or without tips,
at prices from $4.50 to .$8.50.
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Walk Over Show
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 327, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 21, 1920, newspaper, April 21, 1920; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114326/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.