The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 3, 1920 Page: 2 of 4
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Published every afternoon except Saturday,
with Sunday morning Msue, by the Tranacript
Publishing Co.. Norman Oklahoma
DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Out of County.
By mail, one year $7.00
By Mail, six months 4.00
By Mail, one year 5.00
By Mail, six months 3.00
By Mail, three months 1.75
By Carrier, one week .15
Office, 215 E. Main St. Fhone 3
Entered as second -class matter January 2,
1914, at the postoffice. Norman, Oklahoma, un-
der act of congiess of March 3, 1879
All announcement* under thii
head are made subject to the
dmeocratic primary, August 3,
FOR CONGRESS Sth DISTRICT—
f. b. swank.
JUSTICE SUPREME COURT-
L. C. ANDREWS
FOR STATE SENATOR—
M. A. FLOYD
FOR CO. SUPERINTENDENT—
P. w. BARTON
POR TAX ASSESSOR—
J. G. TATE
J. L. (LEN) MAYES.
course it is not warranted to do all—
but it would help some.
are for the violet Ma nip. In this I do ure 'n 'avo|p s >d plaintiff, the Nation.
Krrat commercial country, where mil- •' l o"n nd Inv**,mem compmy.. , cor-
lions of letters are written daily, we J™' "LTZTm d£en,UnU:
• ■, i . ,i ..irtlat Mogner and Cynthia M Stogner, husband
believe the revenue that the violt wi(e aild h 0 Mjne; an, w „ John
Stamp would collcct would do 8ome- son^ 0|,tajne(j an(j rendered in said court on
thing toward relieving the tension in the 28th day of November 1920. in said cause
salary question of the posta. clerks for the sum of eight hundred ani seventy four
and Other federal employees. Of j and sixty eight one hundreds ($874#68) dollars
With intereft at the rate of ten (10) per cent
per annum from the 1st day of October 1919
and for the further sum of eighty seven and
($87.46) and 46-100 dollars as the attorney's
fee with interest it the rate of 6 per cent per
annum from the 28th iay of November 1919,
and for $2680f co tSf and accruing costs, I
will on the 6th day of July, 1920, at the hour
of two o'clock p. m of said day, at the East
from dooi of the county court house in the
city of Norman, Cleveland county, state of
(>klahoma, offer for sale and sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash the sail
above described property or so much there
of as will satisfy said judgment with inter-
est and cost.
Witness my hand this 1st day of June 1920.
W II, New block sheriff.
C M Kciger^ attorney for plaintiff.
(No. 231, Ju
J, 10, 17, 3t)
In the district court, Cleveland county, Ok-
lahoma, State of Oklahoma, County of Cleve-
Ciuy C. Hulsey, plaintiff, vs. Rosa Hul-
The State of Oklahoma to Rosa Hulsey
State of < >klahoma, Cleveland county, sa.
In the diatrict court in and for said county
Guy C. Hulsey, plaintiff, Rosa Hulsey, de-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION: DIVORCE
The State of Oklahoma to Rosa Hulsey:
lake notice that yqu have been sued in
the above named court by said plaintiff, for
divorce, on the grounds oi desertion and
adultery, and you said defendant, must answer
the petition filed therein by said plaintiff, on
or before the 14th day of July, 1920, or said
petition will be taVen as true and judgment
Dated this 3rd day of June, 1920.
Glen O. Morris, court clerk.
Hinshaw and Belt, attorneys for plaintiff.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY—
J. D. HOLLAND
FOR COURT CLERK-
E. V. GEORGE
All announcements under thii
head arc made subject to the
lepubliran p imary, August 3.
FOR COMMISSIONER, DIST. I—
ROTARY AND LIONS ARE
ABOUT EVEN IN CONTEST
Honors are about even between the
Rotarians and Lions in the Cham-
ber of Commerce membership con-
Definite results of their work can-
not be determined until the members
turn in their cards, Kuwitzy, secre-
tary of the Chamber of Commerce,
SENIORS WILL PUT ON
CLASS PLAY AT PURCELL
(No. 228, June 3, 10. 17—.it )
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF FINAL
In the county court% State of Oklahoma,
Cleveland county, ss.
Notice is hereby given that final ncc >unts
have been filed in the following estates and
guardianships| in the above entitled Court in
the City of Norman; that said estates are
ready for final settlement and that sail ac-
counts will be examined and distribution
made on Monday, the 21st day of June, 1920.
at 9 o clock, at m, in the county court room
of said court:
Estate of Francis Lewis frencht deceased
Harry \\ Lewis( executor, guardianship of
Roy an 1 Charles Dowd, minors, James M.
Gresham. guardian; Estate of C. G. Forbes
deceased^ Ella Forbes, administratrix.
Witness my hand and seal of said court
this 1st day of Junet 1920.
George Allen, county judge
Members if the senior class who
are in the east it the play, "Facing
the Music," went ti Purcell this after-
noin where they will stage their play
at the auditirium tonight. The high
school orchestra accompanied them
to furnish the music.
The play was well advertised and
an endirsement of the Nirman Cham-
ber if Commerce was given them
yesterday, so the Transcript predicts
for them a huge success.
We understand the class is still
behind o the paymet for the year-
book, and is makin up the deficit in
"SAY IT WITH VIOLETSfV
The recent statement of Federal
Judgo Landis that the U. S. Govern-
ment was the most unfair employer
of lagor in the country is the echo" of
a sentiment in the heart of many
patriotic Americans. Perhaps it is
Ihecause we want everything con-
nected with the intimate workings of
the Government—including its salar-
ies—to be like Caesar's wife, above
reproach; or perhaps'it is because of
the seeming hopelessness of effect-
ins a salary increase for these truly
loyal and efficient workers that we
make it our concern.
The accuracy with which the mails
are handled; the few errors occur-
ing in its transmission; the regular-
ity with which the local postman
rings the bell two or three times a
day, makes us wonder where they
get the vim that results in so much
efficiency. Hardly from their salary
so it must be from the fact that they
overlook Uncle Sam's indifference in
paying them a higher wage and sim-
ply work on for the joy of helping
Judge Landis ha* come out open-
ly as their champion in the matter of
securing justice for them. "During
the war," he said, I advised postal
and federal employees to hold off—I
to go easy—to stick to their jobs!
because we were at war, and when i
the war was over, I told them: "I j
will go to the front for you and try j
to get justice."
Yes. it is merely that, the postal j
and other federal employees want.
The question of where the money is |
to come from is important, we know. 1
but here is a simple idea, and we are
sure that if it means doing the right
thing by the federal employees no
one will register a complaint.
During the war we all remember
that we had to decorate all mail not
strictly local with a violet stamp.
Tht meant an extra stamp for each
letter. No one complained. It is true
we were at war .and no oi\.e would
think of complaining, but not that l
we are practically at peace, what is I
the objection to reviving the little j
violet stamp and hurry ing the extra
cent into the coffers of the govern-1
ment for increase of wages of postal I
and other federal employees? We are •
so used to being throttled by our j
grocer, and bruised by our butcher. |
and baked by our baker, and froze by
our coal dealer, that an extra little
tap by the government to the tun*
of one cent could no more hurt our I
hardened pocket books than a fly
could hurt a steel ball, and so we
(No 229, June 3 10. 17. 24f 4t)
ORDER FOR HEARING PETITION TO
SELL REAL ESTATE
State of Oklahoma. Cleveland county,
in the county court sitting a tNot man. C
In the matter of the estate of Dorcoras
Jane Franklin, deceased
I he petition of L C Meltabarger, the at
ministrator of the estate of Dorcoras Jane
Franklin deceased, having been presented to
this court, praying that an order be made
authoiiring said petitioner to sell *ne leal
estate described in said petition as the court
shall adjudge necessary and beneficial at pri
vate sale, for the reasons stated in said
ft is ordered by the court, that Thursday,
the 1st. day on July. 1920. at 10:00 o'cloek
la. r\, at the court room of said court in
Norman, be and the same are hereby appoint-
ed as the time and place when all persons
interested in the estate of said deceased are
directed and required to appear before' said
court to show cause why an order should not
be granted to said petitioner to sell so much
of the real estate of the said decendint as is
necessary in said petition stated.
Tt is further ordered, that a copy of this
order be posted up in three public places
in said county, one of which shall be at
the court house where the hearing is to be
-iCld: and a copy of said order personally
served on all persons interested in said estate
who are residents of said county, and mailed
to all such persons who are not' residents of
said county, pos-ape prepaid, at least ten days
before the hearing of the petition and a copy
of said order be published for two successive
we*ks in the Norman Transcript a newspa-
per published in said county, so that it ap-
pears therein three different days of issue be
for- said hearing, on Thursdays< which shall
not be less than fifteen days from the date of
the fir*t publication of such notice. x
Witness my hand and the seal of said
court, this 1st day of June, 1920.
George Allen county judge
(No 226, June 10. 17. 24 Ttily l-5t)
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND
In the District Court in and for Cleve-
land county. State of Oklahoma.
The National Loan and Investment com-
pany a corporation, plaintiff vs. James M.
Stogner and Cynthia M. Stogner husband
and wife and IT O Miller and W H
Johnson, defendants. No. 5155.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
to an order of sale issued out of the district
court of Cleveland county, state oi Oklahoma,
on the first day of June 1920, in an action
wherein the National Loan and Investment
company, a corporation is plaintiff and James
M Stogner and Cynthia M Mogner husband
and wife, and H. O Miller and ' W. H.
Johnson are defendants, directed to me the
sheriff of Cleveland county, state of Oklahoma'
commanding me. as such sheriff, to levy up-
on and sell without appraisement, the fol-
lowing described real estate, to-wit*
Lots thirteen (13) and fourteen (14) in
block twenty-six (26) as per the original re-
corded plat of the town, now city, of Nor-
To satisfy a judgment ani decree of fore-
(.No. ^27, June 3, 10, 17, 24, 4t)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION.
In the district court in and for Cleveland
county statr of Oklahoma.
Christine Picpho and August L. Piepho. plain-
tiffs vs Andrew Fischer, Freda Fischer Ma-
rie Fischer, Joseph Fischer, Louisa Riemann,
I'm ma Ncsbaum, Clara Hayes, Freda Schu
lenberg and C. H Bessent, defendants
Said defendants An Irew Fischer, Freda
Fischer, Marie Fischer, Joseph Fischer
Louisa Riemann, Emma Nusbaum, Clara
Hayes, and Freda Schulenberg that they have
been sued in the above named court for
the specific performance of a written con-
tract entered into by Lewis H. Fischer
wherein lie promised that upon his death
the following described real estate situated in
Cleveland county state of Oklahoma to-wit:
Lots one and two of section seven in town-
ship eight north, or range one east of In-
dian Meridian, should be. the property of
the plaintiff, Christine Piepho, and to have
the court declare, the defendant C. H. Pes-
sent, a trustee for the benefit of plaintiff.
Christine Picpho, and for an order that C.
H. Hessent convey the above described real
estate by trustee's deed to said plaintiff, and
for an order quieting the title to the above
described real estate in the plaintiff, Chris-
tine Piepho, and said defendants must ans-
wer the petition filed therein by said plain-
tiffs. on or before the 17 day of July A D#,
1920 or said petition will be taken as true
and a judgment for said plaintiff decreeing a
specific performance of said contract, estab-
lishing a trust and commanding a convey-
ance of said real estate to the plaintiff, Chris-
tine Piepho, and order will be entered quiet-
ing the title to said real estate in the plain-
tiff, Christifie Piepho, and forever barring
the said defendants from claiming any inter-
est either legal or equitable in or to said
real estate will be rendered accordingly.
Glen O. Morris, court clerk.
By Ella Smalley, deputy.
c, Cooke, attorney for plaintiffs
(No. 230, June 3, 10, 2t)
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that the County
Commissioners of Cleveland County Oklaho-
ma will on Friday the 11th day of June, 1920,
at 2 o'clock p. in., in the office of the
county clerk at Norman, receive sealed bids
for the construction of the following bridges.
No 1 between section 7 and 8, 9-2-W re-
inforced concrete, arch 22 feet roadway,
depth of fill 18 inches. Length 30 feet arch.
No 2. corner sections 3 and 9 and 10, 6-1 -E
reinforced concrete, arch 20 feet roadway,
18 inch fill length 10 feet arch.
No 3, Bet section 18 and 19 6-1-E, reinforced
concrete, arch 20 feet roadway 18 inch fill
length 10 feet arch
Moving 60 foot I beam Br. from present
location between section 7 and 8, 9-2-W. and
erecting between section 8 and 17, 8-2 W.,
2-10" I beams 34 feet long: 4-8" beams 12
feet long will have to be furnished by bidder
also approximately 16 cubic yards of 1-2 1-2
concrete abutments and retaining wall, yard-
age bid required.
Either lump sum bids with extras or price
per cubic yard of concrete in place are de-
sired. The bids shall include all necessary
All concrete work must conform to the
standard specifications of the Oklahoma de-
partment of Highways as set forth in form
No 19 and be subject to the inspection and
approval of the county engineer
Bidders will be required to deposit a cer-
tified check for $100 with their bids condi-
tioned on entering into a suitable contract
with County Commissioners in case of award
In case of awards contract and bond will
be required as set forth in the Oklahoma de-
partment of Highways form No. 19.
Plans may be seen at the office of the
County clerk. F._ B. Helms, county clerk
N\ E. Wolford, assistant county Engineer,
(No. 324, May 27-June 3,-10, 3t.)
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
In the District Court in and for Cleve-
land County. State of Oklahoma.
Nellie A, Hamill Plaintiff, vs., D
Taylor (if living and if dead, his unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, executors, admin
istrators trustees and assigns immediate or
remote defendants. No. 5267.
The State of Oklahoma, to the above
named defendant. D, H. Taylor (if living),
and if dead, his unknown heirs, devisees
legatees executors administrators, trustees,
and assigns immediate or remote.
Vou are hereby notified that vou hav J
been sued by t^e above named plaintiff Nel-
A. Hamill, in the district court of
Cleveland county. State of Oklahoma, and
that you must answer the petition filed by her
in said court and cause on or before the
10th day of July, 1920, or said petition will be
taken as true and a judgment rendered
against you in said cause in said court in
favor of said plaintiff quieting, confirming
and establishing her title in and to the fol-
lowing described real estate and premises
situated in said county and state, to-wit:
Lot twenty-two (22), in block seventy-on
(71) of the original town, now City of Nor
man, Oklahoma, and excluding forever bar
ring and perpetually estopping and enjoin
ing you and each of you or either of you
from claiming or asserting any right title
interest, lien or estate in and to said re*
estate and premises, or any part thereof,
andverse to t^e plaintiff.
Dated May 25th, 1920
GLEN O. MORRIS,' Court Clerk.
By ELLA SMALLEY Deputy
C M, Keiger Attorney for plaintiff
(NO 325 May 27-June 3, 2t )
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
FOR PROBATE OF WILL
In the County Court in and for Cleve-
land County. State of Oklahoma.
In the matter of the estate of James Mul-
lins Griffice, Deceased No. 534
Notice is hereby given to all persons in-
terested in the estate of James Mullins Grif-
fice, deceased and especially to Mar E. Grif-
fice, that on the 25th day of May, 1920, C
II. Bessent. produced and filed in the County
Court, in the County of Cleveland State
of Oklahoma, an instrument in writing pur-
porting to be the last will and testament of
Tames Mullins Griffice, deceased and also
filed in said court his petition praying for
the probate of said will, and that letters
testamentary issue thereon to C. H, Bessent,
the executor, named in said will.
Pursuant to an order of said court made
on the 25th day of May 1920. notice is
hereby given that June the 7th, *1920. at the
hour of 9 o'clock a m of said (Jay. that
being a day of the regular April term, 1920.
of said Court having been appointed as the
time for bearing said petition and proving
said will at the County Court room in Nor-
man, in said county of Oklahoma, when and
where all persons interested may appear and
contest the same.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and seal of saij County Court,
this 25th day of May, 1920.
GEORGE ALLEN County Judge.
EAGLETON AND ROBERTSON. Attor-
neys for Petitioner
(No. 323 May 20-27—June 3-10-17)
rfOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In the District Court of Cleveland Coun-
ty, State of Oklahoma.
Alta Abbott, plaintiff, vs. Robert L. wat-
son, D. I. Johnston, as next friend and
guardian of James Chenoweth, James Chen
oweth, and Mrs. James Chenoweth,_ his
wife, and Frank Boggs, defendants. No. 5133
State of Oklahoma, to the above named
defendants, Robert L. Watson and Mrs
You are hereby NOTIFIED that you hav
been sued in the district court of Cleve-
land County, Mate of Oklahoma, oy the
above named plaintiff, and tiiat you must
answer said petition filed by said plaintiff,
in said court in said cause, on or before
Tuesday, July 6, 1920, or said petition will
be taken as true and a judgment rendered
in said court in said cause against you in
favor of tne plaintiff, finding the amount
due her upon a promissory note of $5200,00.
dated January 1, 1918, signed by the defen-
dant, Robert L. Watson, due and payable to
plaintiff's order ten years thereafter, bearing
interest at the rate of 6 percent per annum
from date until maturity, and 10 percent
thereafter until paid, payable annually, fore-
closing a real estate mortgage executed by
the said Robert L. Watson given to secure
said note and of even date therewith, upon
the following described real estate and
premises, situated in said County and State
The southeast quarter of Section
Eighteen (18), in Township Nine (9),
Nort hof Range Two (2) West of the
and ordering said premises sold, without
appraisement, as required by law, and the
proceeds received therefrom applied to the
satisfaction of said indebtedness, with in-
terest thereon and cost of suit, including in
attorney's fee of $100.00, and the further sum
of $103.14, with interest thereon at IS per-
cent from February 6, 1919, the amount paid
out for taxes upon said premises under tnc
terms and provisions of said mortgage, and
excluding, forever barring and estopping
you, and each of you, and all persons
claiming by, through or under you, or
either of you, since the commencement of
this action, from having, claiming or assert-
ing any right, title, interest, lien or sstate
in and to said premises, or any part thereof.
Witness my hand and ihe seal of this
Court this the 19th day of May 1920.
GLEN O. MORRIS, Court Clerk,
Cleveland County Oklahoma
Alta Abbott, Plaintiff, by Dudley & Hardie,
(No. 322—May 20-27-TunFS—3t>
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Ft R AP-
POINTMENT OF ADMINISTHATOR
State of Oklahoma, Cleveland County, sa.
In the County Court of said County.
In the estate of Mary M. Strour. deceased
Jhe State oi Oklahoma, to the heirs next o
kin and creditors of said Mary M. Stroup
v .You are hereby notified tha* Isaac O
Stroup, of Bryan county, Oklahoma, ha
applied for letters of administi ution of said
estate and that said application will b
heard at a regular term of said court, to be
held at the court rooms of taid court, on
the 7th day of June, 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Witness my hand and tke seal of said
court this 20th day of®Mat. 1920.
GLEN O. MORKIS, Court Clerk
By Ella Smalley, Deputy
James A. Cowan, Attorne? for Petitioner
(NO. 321—May 20-27-June 3-10—4t)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against F. L.
Blake, deceased, are required to present th
same with the necessary vouchers, to the un
dersigned administratrix of the estate of F
L. Blake, deceased, at the office of William
& Luttrell, Norman, Oklahoma, within fou
months of the date hereof, or same will be
Dated this 18th day of May, 1920.
LOLA W. BLAKE, Administratiix.
Williams & Luttrell Attorneys.
BIG CUT IN TIRES
We Are Overstocked
For the next two weeks we are offering our entire
stock of Lee and Federal Tires at a great reduction
20 per cent Off on Every Tire
In Our House
We have an immense stock on hand and large ship-
ments enroute. For this reason we are compelled to
make sacrifice in price on our present stock.
Every tire carries a guarantee and is first class in
Remember this sale starts Friday, May 28th., and is
for two weeks only.
228 East Main
MINTEER MOTOR CO.
If the CHALMERS Engine
Had Windows You Would See
These Revolutionary Processes
cloud" being rushed at a vetocity of
one Hundred miles an hour through
easy air bends an equal but short
distance to each cylinder.
THE great thing about a motor
car, after all, is how it trans-
forms the energy that nature
stored away in gasoline into horse
Chalmers today leads in this, and
the automobile industry to a large
extent has accepted the Chalmers
principles by which power is wrung
If the Chalmers engine had win
dows you would witness these two
You would see the Hot Spot heat
up and, like a hot stove sending up
into steam water dropped on it, trans-
form the raw, inferior "gas" of the
day into a "vapor cloud."
You would see the instantaneous
change from a "rainy liquid gas" to
a so-called "dry gas."
Then you would look through
Ram's-horn and note this "vapor
You would see the explosions in
the cylinders, how much of this
cloud" was converted into power,
how little was wasted through the
You would note, too. how even
and smooth these explosions were,
and how absent the element of
vibration that raises so much havoc
in a car
You would understand clearly
how such troubles as frequently
fouled spark plugs, burned bearings,
and scored cylinders are absent in a
Your conclusion would be iden
tical with so many others: that
Chalmers is one of the few great car#
of the world.
HOLTZSCHUE MOTOR CAR CO.
117-119 West Mam
M ViV.. ' W V
(No. 320, June 3, W 17, 24 4t.)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In the district court of Cleveland county,
state of Oklahoma.
J. J. Rutherford, plaintiff, vs. Lee Hunter
(if living and if dead his unknown heirs
devisees, legatees, executors, administrators
trustees and assigns, immediate or remote)
defendants No. 5256.
State of (>klahoma to the above named de-
fendants, Lee Hunter (if living) and if dead
his unknown heir* devisees, legatees, exec-
utors administrators, trustees and assigns,
immediate or remote)
You are hereby notified that you have
been sued by the above named plaintiff, I.
J. Rutherford, in the District Court of
Cleveland county. State of Oklahoma, and
that you must answer the petition filed by
him in said court and cause, on or before
Monday. *u!y 29^ 1"2G, or said petition will b*
taken as true and a judgment rendered
against you, in said court and cause, in fa-
vor of the said plaintiff, quieting, confirm
ing and establishing his title in and to th
following describe \ real estate and premises
situated in said county and statet to-wit:
Lots five (5). six (6) and seven (7),
in Block Fifteen (15), T. R. Waggoaer's
First Addition to the City of Norman,
and excluding, forever barring and perp
ually stopping anc* enjoining yout and each
of you, and all persons claiming by, through
or under you, or either .of you, from claim
ing or asserting any right .title, interest
lien or estate in and to said premises, o
any part thereof, adverse to the plaintiff.
Dated this May 15, 1920.
GLEN O. MORRIS, Court Clerk
Cleveland County, (>klahom
I. J. RUTHE.RFORD, plaintiff, by Dud
ley & Hardie, his attorneys.
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