The Norman Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 90, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 27, 1922 Page: 3 of 6
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mi-Daniel eave
a birthday party for their daughter,
Bessie, last Saturday evening. Dif-
ferent kind of games and music on
the graphophone were diversions of
the evening. At hte close of the even
ing delicious ice cream and cake were
served by Mrs. McDaniel, assisted bv
Mrs. M. I.. Graves, to about thirty of
Miss Bessie's friends. They all de-
parted at a late hour to their homes,
wishing Bessie many more happy
I rof. Doss of Xorman began a
7" at Falls school house
Monday night. He has quite a num-
ber of pupils who seem interested in
Mrs. C. A. Stinson and little daugh-
ter, Alary Louise, spent the day last
Friday with Mrs. J. \V, Bos wood.
. Dorby of Little Axe was vis-
aing friends in our neighborhood
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. Kssley of Bartlesville. Mrs
Ihoes and Mrs. L. I.. McComb of
Aorman called on the correspondent
Albert Bruuehl was a caller at the
"■ McDaniel home Sunday. "Won-
der which one of the girls it is Bes-
sie or Agnes?"
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Morrison of
> f Alamo community, spent Monday al
111!) parents, II,-. am| ^rs j, ,,
Morrison, in Independence, helping
Mr. J. \\"^ McXabb was a business
visitor at Oklahoma City Thursday
of last week-.
ti s\ ' ' A' S,ins0 spent last
Ihursday evening in Xorman, the
guest^of Mrs. I red (Taxton, while
Mr. Stinson attended the I. (J O ]■'
Mr. and Mrs. Ciceroe Va'ughan
*pcnt last Thursday m>ht at the home
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S I!
Miss Esther Smith of Pleasant Hill
was a Norman visitor Saturday after-
IV. and Mrs. S. 11. Gallier were
• unday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Mrs. Lawrence Fowler and son,
William of Lntton spent Monday with
,int' Mrs- Edgar Griinmett of
Oklahoma ( ity were the guests of Fd-
jriir* parents, Mr. and Mrs. S G.
(.nnim.tt Saturday night and Sunday'
.ili- , , Flossie and Merta Carter
were the guevt of Mrs. llennie War-
re:i Nunday afternoon.
''r- 1 " . ^a'lier made a profes-
ij1 I t 1,1 rman [ ri(1; y and
.Saturday afternoon, where lie inspect-
'■ I some horses that were to be
•hipped to Nebraska.
. I he Misi.es l-'ay and Flossie Mat-
a,,° brother of Drumright. Okla.,
ami-one day last week for a visit
with friends. They stayed over night
last 1*ridsry night with Miss Myrtle
Kates and Saturday aceompailie.i by
,, I , l;"!e ;vcTI' nests of Miss
1 <arl 11 ill tn Norman.
Mr. t arson Adair, who has been in
a If: ver.iment hospital ill New Mexico
armed ,n Vurnian Friday and was
mi! bv Ins wife and little daughter,
,. "a I arl, who had been visiting rel-
atnes and iriends here I'liey will
ina<c their future home in Oklahoma
Mr. aud Mrs. Clarence Dodd of
'isant Hill spent Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Moon.
Mrs. Win. Barr and Mrs. Wl F
Freeman spent part of last week ahd
Okla PaM °f ,h'S WCek af SulPhur'
An error in our items last week
!« * Mrs. Minnie Johnson and
.jr. Bell would go to Arkansas for
; r • I,eaIth. Should have read
Mrs. Bell instead of Mr. Bell.
Miss Ila Vaughan was a visitor at
* urcell Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Carl Xorval and children of
Altus Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
. ''arles of Oklahoma City were vis-
itors at the home of, their parents, Mr
ami Mrs. J. T. Carter, Sunday even
Miss Maysel Bell of Oklahoma
l ity spent the week end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Cook of Rocky
. ou't community were business vis-
ltors. at the county seat last Friday.
Miss Lea Potts of Independence
was a guest at the home of her uncle,
• \aughan, and family, Monday
Mr. Jim Lawson of Capshaw wa-
trading with Xorman merchants Sat
Misses Flossie and Merta Carter
spent last Thursday afternoon witIT
the Misses Bessie and Agnes McDan-
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Morrison and
son, John, of Independence were all
day puests of Mr. and rMv Oscar Lee
School is progressing nicely at In-
dependence, with Doyle Pope as in-
Oscar Tafkington stayed over night
ast Saturday night with Claude
,,A'rs' '■ McDaniel and son,
Okla., accompanied Grandma Svm
cox home last Wednesday and spent
the clay visiting.
Mrs. Joe Belt of El Dorado, Ark
arrived last week for a visit with
lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C,
Adair and family, and her sister, Mrs.
iini Hill, of Xorman, and other rel-
Miss Flossie Carter spent last Wed-
-" " "Hioon at the correspon
'.lent s home.
he ones attending the Lexington
ucntc last Thursday
The correspondent was transacting
>usinest in Moore last Friday.
. Mr. LyleS of Moore is on the sick
•st at this writing.
Mrs. W. S. Talbot of Hico has
leen visiting relatives in Norman
nd Moore for the last ween.
Mrs Vergil Barnard of Moore
as visiting in Xorman Friday.
R. S. Brvant was a Stella visitor
ne day last week.
Mr. I'. Prugert thrashed his wheat
nd oats last Tuesday. He reports
1 very light crop.
Mr. Harvey Muer was among the
loore visitors Friday.
Lewis Weidenmeier is visiting his
rother Frank in Apache at this
nting He expects to visit in Ft
obb before returning home
Mrs. C. F. Tarbet and ch ldren
eft Saturday for Rule, Texas .vhere
he will Spend a few weeks with her
Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Wilson of
leburne, Texas are here visiting
us parents Mr. and Mrs John Wil-
J- WII.PORO BRYANT j.
v Route Two Norman. Okla. ?
v + * + -1 +4
Mi-ses l.ydia liriags and Maud
■ ortlic 1111, candidates ior county
'' ' • ■rer and eoirity superintendent.
rr camoaiguiny in Moore Mondav
oi last week.
Eveifj one is looking forward to a
">- .1, oW fash'oned nicriic at Moo t
'V. 'lri"',ur thev succeed
..I: I'tirl rhomas 01 \orman pas
el Wro Mondav on h:
w?v to I'a'.kiurtown.
Ms M;,rv Wei'le-meier ca'led or
JJ-r* R S ''.rvant FHibv evening.
The !- ' ":inil thrasher v ill fiuisl
.s route this week 1 he rsin in ;>n '
Ti'i tl he e was prcttlv linht this
^■r I.'oyle P. ne was cainpaigniug
. cc '''"'unity |r> .t week,
. . ' 1 S' ' h'loek was a Moon
'Vfor '"8' Monday.
I. H. (iilmi-re pnd fami'y were
s'y 'tninp- in fJklah ima City I: st
H S. liryant and son WiFord
'■iic ii.-rke.ing [ieaei.es in Moore
W. F. Ragsdale, 1) H. Hill an(|
■ ur Angaleitfh were am mg
Mr Frnest Helms of Norman was
loknig after business in Moore last
The pie supper given by the
neighborly club last Saturday nis'n
• as a great success. The proceeds
V|,re ^1. The ladies think they
«e quite a bit of their good hick to
he auctioneer, Mr. Sanaford. for he
ertainly did fine and they think
hev were indeed luckv in securing
us service. Then they haven't for
tten the candidates, they litre
verc liberal, and all enjoyed their
of course expect to vote
or all. Miss Emma Lou I limes
Oil the cake for being tile most
"Pi'lar voung lady. Bill Ra-rsdale
appened to be the laziest man s,
•ot the other cake.
Mr- and Mrs. R s. Brva.it and
_n ^ilforrl and Mr and Mis W
t.. Rags.lale attended sinpim; a- |
io hier Sunday ni^ht.
Misses Myrtle Stanberry r,nd
.ena I ones spent the week end with
heir cousin M'ss I.iHie Bee Wilson.
Messrs. Arnold Weidenmeier ' leo
' iihtiore and Bill Ragsdale were vis-
•lors to Belle Isle- Sunday afternoon
1 here will he singing and a ye.ung
'copies meeting at Corn next Sun-
, V n'Kl!t Everyone, young and o!,|
be on time, 8:.i0 ti. m.
Mr Henry Kaultnan was in the
Utv Monday on business
Mr. Carl and Miss Chris'in ■
Beame visited the Westermeiers last
Sll'"ft7' , 'Mrs' U' "• Foweli and
l.i dren also were visitors of Mrs
\ e-tern'eier Sunflav.
Mr. I om Green's house and everv
'■•ling m it and chicken house too
was destroyed last ni-ht by fire'
I eople lets all aet the tioo.l Samari-
tan1 and come ,0 the rescue in this
tfn at trouulc oi Mr Green's.
Dairy Cow Has
Come Into Her
Own In Oklahoma
lj The dairy row has come into her
A few years ago there were only
i.tvvo herds of dairy cattle being reg-
j ularly tested lor Advanced Registry
and Register of Merit Record in the
Today we have over 20 herds on
regular test and each few days sees
j another request corning to the dairy
J department of the A and M. eolleg
Says a recent A. and M. bulletin:
I "In the first year of statehood.
J Oklahoma contained about 338,000
1 head of dairy cattle: todav we have
about 550,000—an increar of over
"No other branch of the livestock
industry has shown the same rapi.l
progress which dairying has made in
the state; yet with this great in-
crease arid our 550,1100 cow herd
there still some Sections of the state
where the dairvrnen are perhaps not
doing their duty.
1 "For Example: We have one
county in our state which contains
over 20,000 dairy rows. It is the
largest livestock county in the state
and not one cow has been placed on
'test for Advanced Registv or Regis-
ter of Merit work. Then we have
another county known not only
throughout the length and brrdth of
Oklahoma, but throughout the whole
I nited States as being, perhaps, the
largest purebred livestock •ounty in
the whole country which as yet has
not placed any ce ws on record test
work, and it contains over 14.000
cows. There is likewise another
county in the state which eontains
nossiblv 181) silos and silage is one
of tin best foods for dairy cows, vet
with a cow population of l.i.lKlO,
there arc no cows 011 record te>t
"The A. and M. College Dairy
j Department stands riady to giv e any
■ mfrrmntion or adv'cc that the
lairvinen desire 011 Advanced Rejri
• trv testing for the time is coming
I when practically every breed, ,| who
'ias dairy rows will not only desire
but demand ;• re ord production 10
I be behind each cow in his herd."
CALL FOR BONDS
Paving bonds No. 5 to Id inchnive
Improvement District No. 22. must
be presented for payment September
'■ '"'erest to stop on tl.at d.iti
Office of City Treasurer, or an
Okla ROBERT MAY.
(July 13-30-27-Auk. 3-4t>
notice to stockholders
I To the Stm-klioMrri a,„| M ,.ml>rra of
Norman I mmtry Chlb, notlca i hereby
, KIvi" tlial a .fc ial mrdiiift „f tin- >|lK-k
; liolilers of .Norman Country Chlb will t„
j lirld at the ( it> H tli m Norman. Oklaho*
rua. on the (onrtrmih dav uf Auc ■ t lw • ■
at etfht o'clock p m.. for the pun
1 determining whether or net ( \ov ll;U,
Country club shall en-atp a hond. d m.!< ?. •
neti in the tutrt i t Sixteen Thousand Do!
lars ($16,OOO.UO) consisting o( :i t;-.t mort
RaKe of six thousand dollars ;,,.•! sc. -i'l
mort«aKe of ten thousand d< ' u .. to: t
purpose of inmroviii)? tha rr .l estate an I
prcrriist's oALed by Xorman ('..urrtrv < •
same being the Southeast tJKiartci (SF l 4
of Secti->n Twenty-one (21) T at,- t, Nine
.North, Range Two. << West n\ I \l
by tnc erection of a smtabb ,
thereon and eqni|.ping -,ame with hn'if it at I
Wilnc«« my liarul this tenth ilay if tulv
, „ i- a Trm.i.i; p,,
Am si: ti, W. lll'TTO, Scerelary
fTulv \.J(r t ;i i
APPt.ICATtON FOR DISCHAPGF
No. 1918, in Bankruptcy
In the District Court ol the fiiiteH --'rifea
lor (he Westrrn tli tn. r ,jt ul.1 .• ..■,•,
1" the Mailer „i tie r l.t. • i „
I Mack. Bankrupt.
I To tk* Hon,..able J H. Coil : I 1 .,i.
• nited States District Court in ru. ti,,
U estrrn I list,., ,
't Cleveland. StatV ol°''okVihom^ 'UU;'!>i
'District, respectfully .cpresents that on thi
15tb day of ntct-ie. "Jl wL v
•i tjudRed a bankrupt undt i ti, \ - ' • •
' onpu >■; relating to Hank .uptcv • *1- it
Has duly SUirendet' d ail hi propert\ >i I
rights of property and ha full i, i
with all the it-quiivm. nt« \ '.,i
of the Drdet ; ,,t n ,■ , ', ', ' .
WHFiui onr he v, \- t!--.t , •, v h,
• "■ S7,.:
i'lar„e Iron, .,11 ilehu p,o* bl« Ml
Z-i iT" ' '1 ,k":jl A "•
such <h>. liarVe 1 aw ,ro"'
c. , , l-ccifn btack
State of Okl.u om., Okli.l. i, , i ountv .
I.uoieii I!!., lawl„t aKe b. first '
' ■' • «««.. •' I- . ami , ,.
MHkrapt ahr.v, named| Ihtt he hu raid tin
'July 13 20-27-Jt)
notice to creditors
Mor'!o,Ptrr'" "'V'"1* J«a'iKl Russell
11., 'equired lo preiint
.r"J,7 VhV"'''"' l|J"Ku°pU<:l"a'lminiv
, l] | «Jiilau,|iu Avenue, Norman
ii' ,'m' .?me'"lltt ^ ',"C""hs oi Ji'e
\ It rOR Kt IJ>,
Not' ,nai,, r) 11 fiir "f Oklahoma
of tr, \hu pursuance
tri. t , i , 1 of the Dis-
National Har.k a <•','/!
rsnawni-e, Oklahoma v. u i-lain-
!, . riJtu'| f\ '7 ' ■ ' undersigned
, , ' .V ,!v commanding me
' ^". without appraisement
'< ut si ii bed property.-
L . one half interest in South
Seal/4 'l'' " FRAVri s' \f Tt
NEW AND SECOND HANI-
If you went to buy or went to eel!
■nythiong don't tail to < alt at this .tor.
where you will be given a .qu.re deal
in every way Fine line ol new furnitur.
'22 and let u§ tell you about it.
S. D. MORGAN
■t pnret that Tt very low Telephone
Order f,r Ilea,in, e„ Pel,, o, ttft.
chirne mhI Reftren e for Notue
Oi. ti.i - " , !. .. : I 11\ \ .
'••• ''-iid tourt at (lutlir ir, in d-sf'C*
•it 1« o'clock in the forei o„ tml tint
notice thereof be unhli.hf.l m t!u- Trail
Piinfed in I Distr.. t. mil 'ih '!< Vll ViI.msm
■ re.btois ;tMd uthei n. . i„ ; ,, , ,.,av
•7 u«e, ii any tiey hav« Shv*
1 -rUli ,'t "f'rhc1 ^oiitV'' ' yuarU>r -'"J the
■ . n Oil! T ..7 . Soi'!!,wrst Quarter of Sec
• Range Onr
r. . (j i- ... ," xl' 1 Uuaiter of Section
; • • ru ' the ^t^f^rtVR^0nP
Nile y R,,,,. wel\e. Township
., '' ' :,st containing £16
Fred Bowles T ^"rnn"
I piintlffaV ln '«v«r of Mid
• lined !!•-( s.a,(l defendants, ob
I.i,,, \uu '"'.u ? r3' °urt on th«- 2 th
a ,<i flic cost3 therein ex-
j And it f-iitl.fr ti. h'retl |,>'ll,.
I 10 John I IMdicth. f.y'i, ' r.-f. re it
•'•d °tn Vhi-in
stated, anil ;
mur Ol .'Mil .. V, , f it the
,,j (l|, , •_ , ' s'!"' at the front
i . '' '°u«.e in the town of Nor
• f s-Ii ... .1'"'i ,a" ,st;1,e- "Her for sale
I "I. highest hi,Ider lor ca.il, ,„b-
' dAerihed t';1"1 property
. . ■ I. • much thereot a, ill
VI , ""Ittment with interest an.l oist<
w II NEWBI.OCK
' Antf. |() 4. ,
notice hy publication
"f Cleveland Co
Call 237 wh n you need a
trunk hauled, household t?oods
moved—or if you wish anything
transferred from one point to
"SHIP BY TRUCK"
213 East Main
D->; lav/ant a dear frRshKhm-ini; I rt
—tree from even the slightest trace <;t
pi':;plcs or tdackhcadsii' Voucanl;;r.-. i:
ea -i!y. And sr quickly that your fi :, nd
will be amemd at tiie change in your
;-pprarar.ee,Simply UkeJtotii.reil V. • t
-two tablets with esch meal. Then
watch the results. Before you kn ■ ,
vvtry pimple and blatkhead will ivo
disappeared and vou will have ;< dean
youthful velvety s.l;i i—the kind tl- ii
envied by everyone. Ironised Yeast
-■ upnlies your system with <, nit vital
elements now iuc'kinir in v, ttmid t ■
very elements needed tok
st':iiiiiftti. you won't believe what r.
"• «Pf rful ch fngt it ran 1 .r,
'•n.olexion until you try it. ti, t n fn,n1
'i dr,i^;.ist today or mail , v u J
• ■'.m us;;-Day J'i<KE-iVsi. uldi,'sS
Y''asl- Co., Di pt. 99, yiti.T.. ,i,
romxed ja raaommendetl
t. ud Ly all t'.outi U.'i ^ j v..
■Iif I,, tli, , l^rk
1«1 Keevcr, will take
' in the ahov
" '•' 'i t■",,,1 plainfi :
divorce, ami that
•ition filed therein !■•,
the fourth <lay o.
'"I petition will h
lenient for saiil plait
1 t "' of divorce from
"d 'he seal of sa?d
iy of Inly, 1922
V ' iKO RCiE.
.'OTICE OH "IF s/ LR O*'
Rr/ I. MC'TATE
A" Ii. T \. I(..• v u
1"'-_ and \!i. t lor D-f.-n l;,,,^
On new homes, or homes built within the
nast year, only, wc offer what we believe
to be the best loan contract ever brought
to Norman. See us.
Clement Mortgage Company
First National Bank Building
Jas. D. Maguire
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE
Dealer in STANDARD LINES
ba*n wagons, superior grain drills
ch*™oak stove« and ranoes
hyr pl°ws and cultivators
champion mowers and binders
keen kutter edge tools
band cotton planters
black hawk and oliver riding listers
new perfecton oil stoves
american field fence
glidden barb wire
and general hardware
Spccial Phirgains hi
R i- A L
pi.\'K two story, ei^ht room
residence, bath, larije base-
ment, furnace heat, lot 50x140
leet, one of the finest locations in
the city, close to town and con-
venient to University and ward
school. Price for the next ten
days only, $7,000.00.
NE\V six room bungalow, base-
ment 14x26 feet, east front,
lot 50x190 feet, one block from
ward school and five blocks from
University. Loan $2,100. Price
$3./50.00. Will give terms.
New six room bungalow, small
basement, lot 50x140 feet, on
pavement close to high school
and ward school, price $3150.00.
glX room bungalow, one block
from pavement, lot 70x125
feet, sidewalk, good shade, close
,aml hi^ sch00'. loan
•VMJ0.00, terms on balance. Price
pIX'E building site, 50x185 feet,
three blocks from Universitv
Price $450.00. y'
Real Estate and, Loans
106 east main
I Vole A;jg. f, For (|
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' APP1 ICATION FOR TAX
'• 'oma. ( I. v. land County s«
• " !'• 'K. and ii dead. l,j.
r-. ixi>i-.| o'«. adrnini'jtrators
' s :'"d assigns, ami any and
ing or claiming air
1 or P^tate in and to
''' : "al ••statf, situate
y of ( li-vcland and Statr o:
,w 11 1 in Block Thn
■"! Addition Norman.
" 1916, which taxi
i1 lia-rr. tlir tindi r
r ami 'adder, then-
t« s b( ing n tmb< rw
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D. S. STO.'iE
(Former Candidate For
Now Candidate For
u. S. CONGRESS
One Law For
Rich and Poor Alike
of the Prohibition Laws
to the Farmers to Aid
in all Farm Products
and Passenger Rates
at all times
I ask your valuable sup-
port on August 1st
NOTICE OF Sin- nt Of-' PINAI
Tolm T Braird ,t
d eased; Waila i Puck
nd and the « of said
i I.OR (IE A! LEN.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims aR.vm \V 11
Kiif'.l Mat tii- \n
■ v. -■ ./.....c, a«.d Hard!
Norman, Oklahoma, within f-mr months <
; h.irn'd" "r "'' °r Same *" t0rcv(
Dated this 3rd .lav nf Tulv. 10" ->
M ATT IF. \ INCE.VT.
2-4-6 ■> 11 1.^.16 18-20-23-25
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
the hisfi t ( i rf within and for
U'1,1 ('nunty. Stat." of Okl.ili,>ma '
■•"el al. "' ay"'
rt"'- f an orilrr of sale lo me ili
1 ' " I ::ed out of the abov
"" "''"iii nending in said
■ '•i'" '"-d ward VV. Stow is plaintiff
' ( ' ' ,1' n'' 'lefendants. and
K.-.ard is rross-iiflitionrr. I vtill on
'lav of Tulv, 1922. at 2 o'clock p
e J" ist front door nf the Tourt
| Norman. Cleveland County. Stat-
oma. offer for .,|e and s.-ll at pul.
. J - 1,1, to the liittlie ,t bidder fur ca.
;• nvNinir 0"«l tenements situatrti
I • ! „ , ""' T,m J S""" Ok'nlioma.
. 1 I,I«_>i"'t.I\v-st Quarter of Section
ii-,..'.. Ti <>* . "lo -ti«lnn Nine (VI North.
, 7'; u"t of the I. M.. con
','1'1 , r*"9 mo'e or less. Said Drop
""'I1 < aforesaid will be sold to
trie juilenient rendered in said cause
I ' °! ,'r",' li'"n,i'f ® 'l aiFainit said de-
■ ; Ptc*trd and Mia Pi,-k.rd
'' . ITn 5 '' ' with interest there-
" at the rate of 6 per ccnt per annum
Deremher 22. 19?l and $600.00 at
i"rf"' \ I.iudgrnent in favor of the
' • :it ( lyde I'n kard for the sum of $3.-
>> w,Mr® " t('r,'st thereon from December
at the rate of 8 per cent per an-
.'"w •"id the further sum of $360.00 at
' i . %S . s ai"' '"osts of said sale and said
•' l,nf er foreclosure of mortgages on
• and tenements in accordance with
ludement rendered in said cause.
'HI,",lay 0kl«ho, «. the
. W". II NEWBI.OCK.
I OL I i S,"'ri" 0f C'ev,-land Comity, State
If Oklahoma, By FllANK BOr,C.S.
nd Hardie. Attorn
. (.Tulv 1.1.20-27-JO
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF FINAL
State of Oklahoma. Cleveland County, ss.
In the County Court.
final settlement and that said iccou-it n-il
be examined and distribution made on
Wednesday, the 2nd day of August. 1922. at
of said Court: Estate of S B. iVmaldM.'t'
d' c. as d; Sadit Belle McC lure, administra
VVitness my hand and the seal of s i
Court this 13th day of Tulv, 1922. "
CEORC.E ALLEN. County Judge
1 hank You
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF FINAL
Notice is hereby given that final account
has been filed in the following estate, in the
above entitled Court in the City of Norman;
that said estate is ready for final settlement
and that said account will be examined and
distribution made on Thursday, the 27th day
of July, 1922, at 9 o'cl« k a. m., in the
C ounty Court room of said Court: Estate
of David Henderson, deceased; Rachel E
Witness my hand and the seal of said
Court this Sth day of July, 1922.
(Seal) GLOKC.E ALLEN.
County Judge I
wr,T'rr,U'\i8 An* 18 inc l-10
NOT i 1 or SHERIFF'S SALE OF
LAND; MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
' , hereby given tnat, In pursuance
"• ord.-- of sale issued out of the Distri -t
, 'r of Cleveland County. State of Okla-
; be fourteenth day of Inly. 1922,
a on wherein A. C Hanna was
'• 1 Howry. Mazie Howry his
Odessa (.Ihhs and A. CJibhs her hus-
t I' and Allen Glore were defendants, di-
i 'o me, the undersigned sheriff of
■ i (ounty, Oklahoma, commanding
«iVy u}'°n . a°d sell, without appraise-
i i . the following described property, to
i '>'i live (51. Six (6). Seven (7),
, I- (Vf ?nd ten <I0)-in Block
" . MX (401 of the original town now
! v ot .Norman. Oklahoma, to satisfy a
i" Kment and decree of foreclosure in favor
I>I;11111111 and against said defendants
1 and made in said court on the
• leen tn day of December, 1921, for the
sum of One Thousand Sixty Six and 9 mo
dars ($ I ii66.09), One Hunded Fifteen
' e at.t,,rney'a *<■?*■ and the
^ ■ with interest thereon at
,si) Per cent per annum from the
1 ' ('y ' December, 1921, and costs
. g: 1 will on the eighteenth day of
Amiust, 1921'. at the hour of two o'clock p.
day, .it the east front door of the
""III lions,, in the City of Norman in said
o; u-r tor sale and sell At
I'1 '''' :' 11 ll the highest bidder for cash,
t e -aid property above degcribed, or so
much thereof as will satisfy said judgment,
with interest and costs.
Witness my hand this fifteenth day of
Ju y' ih vr f W" 11 NEW BLOCK.
-■herff cf Cleveland Count'. On >-om,
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The Norman Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 90, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 27, 1922, newspaper, July 27, 1922; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114620/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.