The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 5, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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In the Back Ground
Shultze Sent to Asylum
William Frederick Schultze, I
who was ordered to the asylum I
at Norman Saturday, is the hap- (
piest and craziest victim of de-
i lusional insanity that has ever
I have been in the back ground two months J to bteridleDUbtf
trying to figure myself free from a possible oid^rn^ S^'hkhT re-
Hell on earth, and during this time I have ex- fuse?- t0 Kiwe t0 ®t,he,rs for in-
, . , 1111 spection. Mrs. Schultze was
plotted every possible plan known to man to Pre,sent at the examination.
r 11 , r i ti Schultze was brought from
test on my rellow creatures from whom I de- Brandon, Manitoba. Friday, by
sire to extract cash, and now lam tired of schS["VJlS'foild b,Mthe
plans and exploits and while I am yet pining Su Cin'umVr'fmi"
in the shadow of those who have alreadv made ment ^ miles west of Winne-
T . , ..J Peg. He was ragged, dirty, but
a success 1 am going to make a Startling an- everlastingly happy and always
, i • i mi i ,i anxious to tell of his wealth.
nouncement, one which will make the success- For the last two months, accord-
ful man, the fellow with a roll of filthy lucre SSJfiX" Brandon'
already in his flank, stand up and wonder at^Ls'hute tomJTuWn
a financial sacrifice so daring as to defv anv Tulsa county ar:d ^t January
, ill 1 ■ x J the man warden d irom home
man who possesses cash and the thing I am and was r-t located until he
going to sacrifice is the thing from which
comes all of the support of mankind. : limes'
It IS Land and the highest degree of m, w. n! Ru^ got away
business SCPaClty will have suided VOU Saturday night for the eastern
I . f. M 1.1 markets where he will purchase
when you investigate what I am going t}?e ta" and winter stocks for
x £C 1 his four large stores. Owing
to otter youI
: to the big decline in cotton Mr,
j Rucker will be able to make his
I own individually eleven farms in the state larKe eur,chas,es at this time
C HI 1 U TI r/nn r [Very much cheaper than the
Or Uklahoma I also own oOUU acres or graz-; merchants who made their pur-'
* i i t7i t) > . rp . . _ „ i chases earlier in the season. So
ing land in Jtll raso county, I exas; 4428 look out for more and cheaper
acres of mixed land in Presido county, Tex.Jfteopft SSriWJ
170 acres in Burlerson county Texas, and 30 Clnity"
acres in Johnson county, Texas, and all of Don vickers at uuiversity.
these I am going to offer at a price so ridi- b,-X«'rag
culously low that every person with means 'lved ln-0llr cit=v sint'e a sma11
who possess a particle of horse sence will in-
vestigate and investigate at once.
The Quality pleases and so does
You can get it at any of the
Barbour's Grocery, . . Norman
Berry's Grocery . . . Norman
Crittenden's Grocery, . Norman
Farmers Co-Operative Co., . Norman
Hayes Grocery Norman
McCall & Sons, Grocers, . Norman
McKinney's Grocery, . . Norman
Levy & Martin, .... Norman
Riley's Wagon Yard, . . Norman
Rule & Company, Grocers, . Norman
Mardock Mercantile Co., . Mardock
Max Kimball, . .
Gordon & Company,
B. M. Bernard, .
W. T. Nolan, . .
S. J. Schultz . .
Hamilton & Maloney
. . Noble
If your grocers name isn't on
this list any of the merchants
named will be glad to furnish
you "89-ers" Flour.
NORMAN MILLING & GRAIN
Makers of "89-ers" High Patent Flour
Note the Following Descriptions, Prices and Terms
150 acre farm nine miles east
of Noble, Cleveland county, one
half in cultivation, fair improve-
ments .price $1200.00, one third
down, balance to suit the pur-
hog tight, price $2500.00,
1G0 acre farm in
county. Oklahoma, 3 miles
of Vincent, 80 acres in cultiva-i
tion, good 4 room house, barn
fences, price $2000.00 one third
boy and is well and favorably j
known to all our people, left I
last night for Norman to take
up the study of law. For years j
he has served as chief clerk of
the postoffice, making good in
that position when only a small
boy. Don is a man of excep-
tional ability in any undertaking
and we predict for him ' ' '
J future in his profess.™. it.v, „
tt i Pioneer joins with the many the Panama-California Interna ,
friends in wishing Don every tional Exposition plan for an! the job."
<l c'° Alva (Okla.) Pioneer.
An Exposition Ship —Harold Smith, son of Ex-
unuci lu connection and cooperation | press Agent W. 0. Smith, has ujiiuiut
lim a bright with the Chambers of Commerce i accepted a position as cashier of Chamberlain's
'ession. The °f Los Angeles and San Diego, j the Weils Fargo company at ly a stomach
i the many the Panama-California Interna- j Shattuck, Okla., and is now "on j especially to ai
160 acre farm 7 miles east of
Okeene, Kingfisher county, 115
acres of bottom land, good frame | i
house, plastered, water fences ; acres °t 'and 8 miles north |
and orchard, good barn, price Wilburton, Oklahoma, this isj
$2000.00, one third cash, terms l^w land about one half tillable
i-HMne\ ££ - /- *. i-U: I J
, Harold has been con-
excursion to Panama and back. ! nected with his father in the ex-
This excursion will be held in press business for severrl years,
price $5 per acre, one third down.'
1CA t t • , i 160 acre farm in Lincoln coun-
nH, J lo™ 11 ¥aj°r county, ty, Oklahoma. 100 acres in culti-
klahoma, 80acre■, in cultivation vation, good 4 room house, barn
r.oom .houf • * 'od. barn- w.e11 and other valuable improvements,
SMOPnCe 50 acres 0f Kwod alfalfa 'and>
chaser Pur" price $2500.00, one third down.
160 acre farm 3 miles south of! nJS?™ fe™ in,L°Ka" 9°™#'
Cheyenne, Roger Mills county, 9 ^ \ acres in cultivation,
60 acres in cultivation, all can be 7,aonTin ??'• /®nced- Price
cultivated, 2 room house, good $1400-00' one third down
well price $1100.00, one thir 560Q acres of land in El Paso
down terms to suit. county, Texas, on which there is
160 acre farm 2 miles east of J!®1/16 r^ni'Jlb5 «iaFS at 3
Erick, Beckham county, 80 acres tS i i U Per.acre
in cultivation, all can be cultiva- «nl"nHiH at l- 'S ^
ted. 3 room house, good well I:?uld(M0SLpr0p0Sltl0n and
fences and orchards, price $1200.- worth $3.00.
00. one third down. 4428 acres of land in Presidio
160 acre farm. 8 miles south- ^nvty" ^sk for 1>rices" They
east of Erick. This is a dandy. are very low"
located on what is known as the > 170 acres in Burlerson county
Delhi Flat, improved with good 3 Texas. 3 miles from Caldwell!
room house, well ar.d windmill, ! good 5 room house, good barn,'
at least 7 acres in forest trees 70 acres in cultivation, price
and orchard, price $3000.00, one $1200, one third down.
. 30 acres of black land in John- j ()f
^ 160 acre farm 7 miles east of son county, Texas, 6 miles east
Erick. This is also on the Delhi of Grand View, around which
Flat 4 room house, good orchard, land is selling for $100 per acre.
SO acres in cultivation, all fen- I will sell you mine for $30, one
ced and cross fenced, 20 acres third down.
I the latter part of January, 1913.
Already business firms are sign-
j ing up for exhibit space on the
ship and prospective passengers
are booking passage. The ship
, will touch at sixteen ports on
i west coast, between San Diego
| and Panama. It is possible that
! the cruise will extend to Val-
1 hat's the chief reason for
the populari ty of the
RALSTON AXI) FLORK-
and will "make good"
new line of work.
— Biliousness is>due to a disor-
dered condition of the stomach.
Chamberlain's tablets are essential-
act on that organ; to
cleanse it, strengthen it, tone and
invigorate it, to regulate the liver
and to banish biliousness positive-
ly and effectually. For sale by all
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At the Franing
course their beautifu
finish and up-to-date styh
are also factors in the sue
ees they have achieved.
Read the list again and be convinced of the prices. You will
see at once that I am offering over $100,000.00 worth of prop-
erty for less than $40,000.00. It has been years since such
prices have been placed on good real estate.
I must raise some coin. Some to pay my honest debts and
some to improve me a home in the Pecos Valley of Texas, where
I hold the bulk of my investments. The dream of my life has been
an alfalfa farm and that dream is to be realized in the Pecos Val-
ley at the sacrifice of all of my holdings in Oklahoma.
Come and go with me. Look over my propositions, and if you
don'tsay that everything I have offered is less than one half value
I will pay the expense of the investigation
Believe me, I am offering three dollars in land values for one
Hut it's heciin-
pearance so muc
than other makes
who know always
I he Fall Styles
come early whilc
11 fast so
The Quality Clothes Shop.
OFFICE OVER McCALL'S STORE
j Best grade home grown soft
wheat for sale at the Red Eleva-
I tor. This is the best wheat for
:iall and winter pasture test 60
pounds to bushel price $1 per
bushel. Phone 199. Synott & -The wind today is something
Amol. ; fierce
Notice by Publication -Action to Quiet
Title and Cancel Mortgage.
In the District Court of Cleveland Coun-
ty, State of Oklahoma.
F. E. Reed, Plaintiff,
Ernest L. Sheets, J. M. Curtice, John E.
Millar, Administrator of the Estate of
John C. Dowd, deceased, and the First
National Hank of Noble, Oklahoma, suc-
cessor to the Noble State Bank of Noble,
Oklahoma, a corporation, Defendants.
To the above named defendant, J. M.
You are hereby notified that you have
been sued in the District Court of Cleve
land County, State of Oklahoma, by the i
above named plaintiff and that you must |
answer the petition filed by the plaintiff f
in said court in said cause 'on or before
Saturday, November iStli, 1911, or the I
s 'me will be taken as true and a judg-
ment rendered against you in said court
in said cause. 111 favor'of the plaintiff,
forever quieting plaintiff's title in and
to the following described real estate
and premises, situated in cleveland 1
County, Oklahoma, to-wit:
The North half of the North
\\ est (Juarter of Section Thirteen
(13;. Township Eight (8), North
of Range One (1), East of the I.
and excluding and forever (jarring you, j
and all persons claiming by, through or '
1 under you, since the commencement of
this action, from h iving, claiming or as-
serting any right, title,' interest, lien or
estate in and to said premises, or any
part thereof, by virtue of a mortgage ex-
ecuted by John W. Thompson and Net-
tie Thompson, his wife, to you, on Jan-
uary 6, 191.3, covering said premises,
which mortgage was thereafter and 011 J
Sdid dav, at tile hour of 2:30 o'clock I'. I
M., filed for record in the office of the)
Register of Deeds of Cleveland County, I
( Oklahoma, and duly recorded in Book
16 of Mortgages, at page 239, or other- !
, wise, and tur a decree cancelling
mortgage of record, and forever barring
estopping and excluding vou, and
| persons claiming by, through or nnd
■ you, since the commencement of this
J action, from having, asserting or claim-
1 ing any right, title, interest, lien or es-
tate ill and to said premises, or any part
thereof, by virtue of said mortgage, or
otherwise, and forever quieting and con-
firming plaintiff's title in and to said
Witness my hand and the seal of this
court this the 4th day of October, 1911.
(Seal) Tom Cheatwood,
Clerk District Court.
J. B. Dudley,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 45-4t
Friday Eve. Oct. 6th
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Burke, J. J. The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 5, 1911, newspaper, October 5, 1911; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc138994/m1/2/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.