The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 72, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NORMAN. OKLAHOMA.
THURSDAY AT O. U.
8:15 p. m.—An Hour With the
Stars, Illustrated. Dr. H. C. Gos-
FRIDAY AT O. U.
9:00 a. m.—Lecture: Dealing
Constructively with the Young
Social Age. Prof. William A Mc-
Keever. (Education 63). Audito-
11:00 a. m.—Lecture: Organiz-
ing the Local Community Welfare
Prof. William A. McKeever. (Ed-
ucation 64). Auditorium.
3:00 p. m.—Conference, Tests
and Measurements, Mr. H. D.
7:15 p. m.—Community Singing
Director O. C. Lehrer. Audito-
8:15 p. m.—University String
quartet; eleventh number of the
Entertainment course. Audito-
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The last quarterly meting for the
year will be held at the Free Metho-
dist church from Friday evening over
Sunday. Rev. J. L. Brown, district
elder, will preside. We welcome all
our friends and brethren.—M?s. Pearl
B. S. Morean has been suffering
with blood poison in his arm caused
when a piece of wire scratched his
arm. This happened two weeks ago
and there is little improvement.
Supt. W. R. Cljrk went to the city
Thursday to call on Judge F. B.
Swank at his headquarters at the Eg-
Mrs. Belle Messener, who has been
visiting her son, Mr. W. R. Gater and
family, returned to her home in
Thomas, Thursday morning.
Let's make an effort to register,
it's worth while.
Mrs. W. J. Davis and Mrs. T. H.
Killingsworth have invited a number
of friends in for Friday afternoon at
Miss Elsie Bennett, who has been
visiting M'-s Bonnie Giles for the
past month, will leave tonight for her
home in Los Angeles, Cal. Miss Ma-
rion Strauss will accompany her and
visit until the tenth of August. Miss
Strauss will come by Norman as she
returns to her home in Bethlehem,
Penn., and spend a few days with Miss
Ladies, please make your plans
to hear the message Mrs. Richard Fite
has for you at the district court room
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Let's
give her a hearty welcome.
Messrs. W. T. Vowell, Jim McEl-
haney and Hi Downing left for Hot
Springs. Ark., Wednesday hoping to
be benefited by the by the baths at
this wonderful health resort.
tUA.ua OS AAX
vie suae do
f (July 8 15, 2t.)
(Jf the condition of THE NORMAN
BUILDING AM) LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Loans on Mortgage Security .......00
Loan* on stock security 116.00
Furniture and Fixtures 296.54
Expense *79 15
Interest Paid 2,131.58
Insurance and taxes due from
Total 340 136^9
Due on Instalment stock
Full paid stock
Due borrowers (incomplete loans) ,
Contingent on reserve stock
State of Oklahoma, county of Cleveland as.
I, A. McDaniel, secretary of the above
named association, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best of nay
knowledge and belief, so help me God.
A. McDANIEL, Secretary
W. M. NEWELL.
CHAS. LAUER, Directors.
(No. 242 June 24, July 1, 8, 3t)
in anH tc the North one-Half of the North-
east quarter of section 12, township 6. north
and range 1 east in Cleveland county, Okla-
Said real estate will be sold on the follow-
ing term and conditiens. tg-wit: One-half
cash on the day ot sale, and the balance of
purchase price on the day of conformation of
Bids f« the purchase thereof must be in
writing 1 must be filed in the County
Court or delivered to the undersigned at Sem-
inole, < >klahoma.
Dated this 22nd day of June. 1920.
Chas. Dare guardisn of Harvey Dare,
Floyd Dare and Luther Dare, all minors.
(No. 245 lu!y 8 15-22, M)
N( TICF. TO c REDITt-RS
All per«ons having claims against Lucy
Ann Wantland rleceased. are required to pre-
sent the same with the necessary vouchers,
to the undersigned, adm nistrator at the of-
fice of Dudley and Hardie, Norman, < kla-
homa within four months of the date hereof
or same will be forever barred.
Dated this 2"'th day of June, 1920.
LEWIS CASS WANTLAND. Administrator.
Dudley and Hardie, Attorney.
day. at the East front ioor of the county
courthouse in the city of Norman, Cleveland
, . itati -i 1 klaJwma, offer for sale and
ell to the highest and best bidder for cask
the t>aid above described property or to much
thereof as will satisfy said judgment with in-
terest and cost.
Witness my hand this 7th lay of July 1920,
W H. NEW BLOCK. Sheriff.
C. M. Keiger, Attorney for plaintiff.
SCOUTS PLAY T0NITE
AT UNIVERSITY GYM
Roy Scout's meeting for games at
the universtiy gymnasium will be held
tonight as first planned, according to
Thomas Rowe, scout executive who
will take charge to direct any games
or contests that scouts want to play.
Boys from any and all troops may
participate, as the meeting is merely
VO. 243. July 1-8-13)
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
State of Oklahoma, Seminole county, ss.
In the County Court thereof.
In the matter of the Guardianship of Har-
vey 5*«rc, Floyd Dare and Luther Dare, all
Notice is hereby given in pursuance of an
order of the Count* court of County of
Seminole, state of Oklahoma, made on th
ZZnd day of June, 1920 the undersigned
guardian of the estate of Harvey Dare,
Floyd Dare and Luther Dare all minors will
sell at public sale to th highest bidder sub-
ject to the confirmation of the court, on the
2nd day of August 1920. at 1 o'clock p. m.,
at Norman, Oklahoma in Cleveland County
( tklahonxa. all the right, title and interest of
said Harvey Dare, Floyd Dare and Luther
Dare all minors in the following real es-
tate, situated in Cleveland County, state of
Okla. to-wit all their right title and interest
(NO. 24^ July 8, 15, 22)
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Notice iv hereby given that In pursuance of
an ordei of the County court of the County of
Cleveland and State of Oklahoma, made on
the 1st day of July, 1920. in the matter or the
estate of Dorcoras Jane Franklin, deceased,
the undersigned as tTie administrator of the
estate of Dorcoras Jane Franklin, deceased,
will sell at private sale, o the highest bidder,
subject to confirmation by said County c-jurt
on or after Friday the 1st day of October,
1920. at the Courthouse, in the county of
I leveland and state Of Oklahoma, all the right
title and interest of said Dorcoras lane Frank-
lin and all the right, title, and int.rre^t of
that said estate has by operation of law or
(therwise, acquired in and to, all the land sit-
uate, lying snd being in the county of Cleve-
land and State of Oklanoma. bounded and
described as follows, and upon the following
teims and conditions, to-wit'
The East half (E 1-2) of the northwest
quartet (NW 1-4) of section twenty-five (25),
township eight (8) North, range one (1) west
of the I. M., for cash or one-third cash, one-
third in one year, and the balance in two
years, with interest at 8 percent on deferred
payments. Bids must be in writing and may
be delivered to the administrator personally,
left at the office of Williams and Luttrell
Norman. < >klahoma. or deposited with the
County Judge of said county and state. All
bids must be accompanied by a certified
check for 10 per cent of the amount bid.
Dated this 1st da* of July. 1920.
L. C. Meltabarger, Administrator.
Williams and Luttrell, attorneys for Adminis-
No. July 8, 15, 22. 29-August 5-5t)
NOTICE OF SHIR!: > SALE OF LAND.
In the district court in and for Cleveland j
county, state of < oklahoma.
The National Loan and Investment Company
a corporation, plaintiff vs. James M. Stogner
an l Cyntha M. Stogner, husband and wife,
and H. O. Miller and W. II. Johnson defend- j
ants. No. 5155.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
to an order of sale issued out of the Dis-
trict court of Cleveland county, state of
Oklahoma, on the 7th day of July 1^20, in
an action wherein The National Loan and
Investment company a corporation, is plain-
tiff and James M. Stogner and Cyntha M.
Stogner. husband and wife, and H. O. Miller
and W. II. Johnson are defendants, directed to
me as such Sheriff, to levy upon and sell,
without appraisement the following described
real estste 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 and decree of foreclo-
sure in favor of said plaintiff. The National
Loan and Investment company a corporation,
and against said defendants, James M. Stogner
and Cyntha M. Stogner, husband and wife and
H. O. Miller and W. H. Johnson, obtained
and rendered in said court on the 28th day
of November 1919 in said csuse, for the sum
of eight hundred seventy-four and ($874.68)
68-100 dollars with interest st the rste of ten
(10) per cent per annum from the 1st day of
October 1^19, and for the further sum of
eighty-seven and ($87.46) 46100 dollars as at-
torney's fees with interest st the rste of 6
per cent per annum from the 28th day of
November. 1^19, and for $55.80 costs, and ac
cruing costs I will on the 9th day of August
1920. at the hour of two o'clock p. m. of said
EASY, HOME SELF TREATMENT
Overstoutness weakens, the liver be-
comes sluggish, fat accumulates, heart
action becomes weak,
energy fails, work is an
effort and the beauty of
the figure is destri yed.
y Fat excess is unhealthy,
"^-it shortens lives of many.
Don't allow you. health to be ruinedthrougtl
a burden of unhealthy fat. lit come tUnder!
Spend some time daily in the open air;
breai.ie deeply. Get from any druggist a bo*
of Knrein and follow Korein system simple
directions that come with it
Weigh yours; If and take your measure-
ments every week. Continue reducing until
you are down to normal. Korein system is ab-
solutely harmless, is pleasant, and even a few
days'treatment is likely tc show a noticeable
reduction. Legions of testimonials.
Korein system (pronounced kureen)
has succeeded when other remedies,
etc., have failed. It is the
delight of those who wish
to improve their figure and
to acquire a young, active
guarantee that you reduce "OZdU.'XT
10 to60pounds, (whatever you need to)
or cost you nothing! Buy Korein at
any busy pharmacy; follow directions.
Show stout friends this adv riutmtnl.
Mr. R. B. Martin, who has been sick
for several days at his home at 602
East Main, is much better and able
to^e out of bed.
247 Tuly 15- It.
IV THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE WESTERN
DISTRICT OF OKLAHOMA
In the matter of Jesse R. Rrdgewater, bank-
| rupt. In bankruptcy NO. 1710.
To the creditors of Jesse R. Bridgewater
of Norman in the County of Cleveland Ok-
lahoma, ami district aforesaid, a bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the 7 day
of July. A. D.. 1920 the said Jesse R. Hridge-
water was duly adjudged bankrupt; and that
the first meeting of his creditors will lie held
at office of W. M. Newell, First National
Rank building, Norman. Okla. on the 23
day of July. 1920 at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
at which time the said creditors may attend,
prove their claims, appoint a trustee examine
the bankrupt, and transact such other busi-
ness as may properly come before said meet-
Dated at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, July
ISAAC D. TAYLOR.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
E. B. Helms, candidate for re-ele-
ction to the county clerks office of
Cleveland county, made a campaign
trip to the east of Norman yesterday.
Jim Corbett sail! that Mrs. Lydia
Briggs had not "showed up" yet this
morning by 11 a. m. and surmised that
she was out among the voters today.
FOR PALE—Six room house e. 'S>:
tc 1,'n.versity. G< r J terms on this
propf'y. Fitch and Fleming. 72 3t
FOR SALF—O. K. Wagon yard.
Possessior. October 1st terms,
must sell. See J. W. Linton. 40tf
FOR SALE—Dodge touring car in
excellent fhfeps. Run less than
4,00 miles. Call 447 or see Dr. J.
L. Day. ?2-3t*
(248 Tuly 15, 22- 29-3t)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF CLEVE-
LAND COUNTY, STATE OF OKLA-
W. A. Mattox, plaintiff, vs. Verna Mattox
defendant No. 5283.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION.
The State of < >klahoma to the above named
defendant. Verna Mattox.
Said defendant will take notice that she
has been sued in the above named court by.
the above named plaintiff for an absolute de-
cree, of divorce, and that she must answer
fianl petition on or before the 1st day of Sep-
tember, 1920. or said petition will be taken as
true and a judgment for ^aid plaintiff grant-
ing him an absolute decree of divorce from
said defendant will be rendered accordingly.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court
This 10th day of July, 1V20.
GLENN O. MORRIS, Court Clerk
By Ella Smallev, Deputy
Williams and Luttrell, Attorneys for Plain-
FOR SALE—Three room house and
four lots, good barn and good cel-
lar Bargain price. 624 E. Eufaula.
Phone 851. 72-3t*
FOR SALE—Four room house $2000.-
00. Will take in a good car on the
deal. Fitch and Fleming phone 714
WANT TO RENT—House of about
seven rooms. Write X in care of
FOR SALE- \ small house near Uni-
versity. Easy terms. R L. Cooke.
FOR SALE— A Ford, tou::vc car.
$500. Call 404. ^ 71-6t«
FOR SaLE—Five room bungalow,
modern, College avenue. $4000.ti0
Worth the money. F'tch and Flem-
ing. Phone 714. 72-3t
FOR SALE—100 acres of 'and four
miles south of town. M. ErJicott.
Inly 15 22- 2t
Of the co-. dition of the NORMAN
STATE RANK of Norman Oklahoma, Tune
Loans and Discounts $84,328.65
Securities with banking board
Stocks, bonds, warrants,, etc. .
FurnUure and Fixtures
Due irom banks
Checks and other cash items.
FOR RENT— Two or three unfurn-
ished rooms. Call mornings 430
W. Comanche. 71-3t*
WANTED—Housekeeper for fra-
ternity house. Work commencing
next September. Inquire of Mrs.
Woodrow 757 DeBarr, phone 341.
Cash in bank 7 749.93
Capital stock paid in $ 15.000.00
Surplus fund 3,000.00
Undivided profits, less expenses and
Taxes paid 1,277.17
Individual deposits subject to check . 135,899.08
Saving deposits 2,884.12
Time certificates of deposit 46 812.58
Cashier's checks outstanding 987.70
State of Oklahoma County of Cleveland ss:
I. F. K. Himes. cashier of the above named
bank lo solemnly swear that the above state-
ment is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief, so help me. God.
E. K. HIMES. cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
8th dav of Tuly. 1*>20.
RICHARD W. SEAWRIGHT.
My commission expires January 19, 1924.
John W. Barbour,
R. 8. Barbour, Directors.
FOR SALE—Two oak library tables.
1 book case—Mrs. R. C. Berry, 506
North Porter, phone 72. 70-3t.
WANTED TO RENT—Two unfur-
nished rooms near university. Phone
WANTED—To rent five or six room
modern house, year's lease. Phone
WANTED—To rent five room house
for family of three adults. Phone
(250 lufv 15 22, 2t.)
Of the condition of the BANK OF MOORE
of Moore. Oklahoma, June 30, 1920.
Loans and discounts $ 96,690.65
Securities with banking board 1,800.00
Stocks, bonds, warrants etc 47,358.10
Banking house 2,300.00
Furniture and Fixtures 1 000.00
Due from banks 23,661.05
Checks and other cash items 377.87
Cash in bank 3,417.96
I Capitol stock paid in $ 10.000.00
Surplus Fund 5,000.00
' Undivided profits, less expenses and
Taxes paid •• 207.40
Individual deposits subject to check 120 858.49
Demand Certificates of Oepoeit.... 38,297.(A
( ashier's checks outstanding 4,242.10
state <if Oklahoma, County of Cleveland ss:
I I II Smith, president of the above namei
bank -I" solemnly swear that the above atate
ir,i ,u is true to the best of my knowledge
and I chef, so help me, ( od.
T. IT. SMITH. President
Subscribed and sworn before me this 7tb
day of July. l*^.
A. J. SMITH. Notary Public
My Commission expires Mar h 29 1924
Y. €. fcabb, director*.
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they have to travel:
In sandy or hilly coun-
try, wherever the going
is apt to be heavy—The
IL S. Nobby.
For ordinary country
roads—The U. S. Chain
For front wheels —
The U. S. Plain.
For best results—
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Remember the time
. the first automobile
parade was organized? Bven
the good old torchlight pro-
cession had to give way
before the advance of prog-
Tires are often sold the
same way politics are.
The last people to wake
up to what they are getting
are the people who pay the
The bills are getting too
big these days in both cases.
And the man who is feeling
it most with respect to tires
is the man who owns a
The idea that the small car
owner doesn't need a good
tire is rapidly going the way
of all mistaken ideas.
He needs it more than
anyone else. It's part of our
job, as we view it, to see
that he gets it.
Our tire service starts with
good tires—U. S. Tires. All
sizes made to a single stand-
ard of quality—none graded
down to the price of the car
they will go on.
U. S. perfected the first
straigh t sicc automobile tire
— the iiTSt pneumatic truck
The U. S. guarantee is for
the life cf the tire, an-i not
for a limited mileage.
When we recommend and
sell U. S. Tires we do so in
the interest of greater tire
economy. It is our experi-
ence that that is the best
way to build up a sound and
Ford Agency, 108 W. Main
113 West Main
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