The Norman Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 16, 1914 Page: 2 of 6
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Whit well Candidate for Congress
(First published in the Norman sale to the highest and best bid-
Transcript July 9, 1914.) Jer for cash in hand, and sell J. £
Notice of Sale of Real Estate. with appraisement, the follow- *
NOTICE 'ni? described real estate, situ- ^
Notice is hereby given that in :i e'\'n ,Clevelantd * « $
pursuance of an order of the of Oklahoma, to-w t: Lots 6 £
Countv Court of the County of nd 7 m Ba" s.h ^Subdivision of *
Cleveland, and State of Oklaho- government lots 3 and 4 of the +
iJa-u A * I..1„ Northwest Fractional Quarter jj.
ma, made on the 6th day of July,
1914, in the matter of the estate
of Friederike Arp, deceased, the
undersigned as the duly appoint-
ed, qualified and acting adminis-
trator of the estate of said de-
ceased, will sell at private sale,
to the highest bidder, subject to
confirmation by said County
Court, on or after Monday the
27th day of July, 1914, at Nor-
man, in the County of Cleve
of Section 2, Township 10
North, Range 3 West, I. M., with
all the improvements tntreon
and appurtenances thereunto
Said real estate will be sold to
satisfy a certain judgment ren-
dered on March '26, 1913, in
favor of the plaintiff, Frank
Looks like olive oil, better than lard, cheap-
er than compound, and is purely vegetable.
Send your bucket or bottle to be filled. Fresh
country butter, cantaloupes, tomatoes, Cab-
bage. apples, bananas, oranges, lemons—these
lemons are large and in a class by themselves.
Try a can of Paradise or Sebastian coffee; and
call for your silverware tickets on purchases.
Report of (he Condition of
THE NORMAN BUILDING
AM) LOAN ASSOCIATION.
of Norman, Okla. Tr.ie 30, 1914.
The above is a portrait of Rev.
E. 0. Whitwell, of Norman,
whose announcement is in this
; 401.96 week's issue of the News, as a
candidate for Congress from this
58; 150.00 the fifth congressional district.
141.77 This is no news to some of us,
for we have known for some
time that he was in the race, but
many of our readers, perhaps,
will now hear of this for the first
$59,014.67 time, and it may be that some of
' them would like to know some-
L1 ABILITIES thing about him. We will say
installment that we have known him for
$51,795.94 something like 15 years, and we
Cash on hand
Loans on Mortgage
R( \ Millie Tux paid .
Taxes due from bor-
Banash, awarding a vendor's' al-
lien upon the same, in the Dis-1 J
land, and State of Oklahoma, all trict Court of Cleveland County |
right, title and interest of said Oklahoma, on which judgment *
title there remains due and unpaid| . . . ; .
Mansur & Brewer
estate, and all the
and interest that
has by operation of law or
otherwise, acquired in and to, all
said estate $1333.98 and costs accrued; with
•I* *2-1 -!•*+
accruing interest and costs.
Dated at Norman, Oklahoma,
tho iar> i o'ifn.Ao ivin<r'm,i Vioinc this 8th day of July, 1914.
the land situate, lying and being /cpni\ n] ATTD PTPK4"Rn
in the County of Cleveland, and (Seal> LLAUD 1 lCKAKD,
State of Oklahoma, bounded and _ T „ i,At,Ttt7.tj tt^™. gw'
described as follows, and upon By.ft- r- BARKER, Under Sher-
the following terms and condi-i„ , 0 ... „ n , „
tions, to-wit: | Ev|^st' Smi^h %, Campbell,
Lots Seventeen (17) and Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Eighteen (18), in block four (4)
of the City of Norman. i O. N. G. TO CHANDLER, OKLA
Terms of sale, cash.
There is a big array of wit-
The Weather this Week.
Washington, July 12.—Gener-
ally fair weather, with tem-
peratures above normal east of
Tom Robinette used to be one Rocky Mountains was forecast
| of the big Republicans of the by the Weather Bureau for this
'state, but now a leading Social-jweek..deiy
storms are probable," said the
Bills pay •' le
119.89 | have never known him to be
"uilty of anything unbecoming
95.18 a gentleman. In addition
Bids must be in writing and
may be left at the office of J. B.
Dudley, an attorney-at-law, at
Dated this 8th day of July,
E. H. STUBBEMAN,
to! Administrator of the estate
Engineers and Signal Corps Ex-
pect to Take in State
3,900.00 this he is a Democrat of the true
3^103.66 blue kind, well qualified to fill
the responsible office he seeks.
State of Oklahoma,
$59,014.67 He is a high toned, broad guage,
honorable gentleman, with the
County of; courage of his convictions. He is
strong physically, morrally and
I, A. McDaniel, secretary of mentally. He is in touch with
the above :,amed association, do amnion people and stands for
solemnly swear that the above those things that have for their
statement is true to the best of the fiT(>od ol all the people,
my knowledge and belief, so help '( lain County News.
Friederike Arp, deceased.
J. B. DUDLEY,
Attorney for Administrator.
The nickname they give Judge bulletin "but no important dis-
Allen down in his own town is turbance is chaited.
"Never Quit" Allen, for they
say he never knows when he's L. Howell Lewis, an Oklahoma
lickod City astronomer, announced on
Monday evening that there will
The defendant, J. C. Lindsay be a regular storm period which
has been in the Cleveland county will begin about July 13 and end
, XT "Vo" I ioii mmr ainnp h\< nwpst and about July 21. These storms, he
ot SMSLSto Sm SUT'iJtt ii will be attended by he!,v,
attend the state encampment at considerably, being by no means
the robust man he was.
The two companies of the Ok-
lahoma National Guard located
A. McDANTEL, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to be-
fore me this 8th day of July,
MERTA M. MANIRE.
Attest: Notary Public.
W. M. NEWELL.
M. F McFARLAND,
Whitwell Announces for Con-
(First published in
Transcript July 9, 1914.)
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Land:
Notice is hereby given that in
pursuance of an order of sale is>
winds in some localities and will
cover large areas in the north
The planet Mercury will be in
conjunction with the earth and
un on July 15, the axis of the
TJCE— FLY POWDER.
Did you ever see the flies
quite so bad at this time
of the year? Well, then get
a can of that fly powder of
Wm. FRANCY, the Baker
Medicine Man. at 532 East
Main St., at August Mil-
ler's shoe shop, East Main
St., or the grocery store of
S. H. McCall & Sons
Price 50 cts. Parties want-
ing it sent parcel post will
please remit 5c extra per
can to pay postage. Address
Wm. FRANCY, 532 E. Main
Stj., Norman, Okla.
the 8th day of July, 1914, in an .,
action wherein A. E. McCIendon ie^r:li
was plaintiff, and Charles F.
The Beacon presents to its | Threlkeld, and Lillie A. Threlk-
many readers the name of Rev. eld, his wife, John A.
E. O. Whitwell as a candidate an(j Harriet Treuthart, his wife,
for congress from the Fifth dis- j j rf Parker, J. E. Bagby, Wil-
trict, subject to the democratic■ )jam Mann (W. A. Mann), Ja-
primary in August. ]SOn Broyles, R. H. Gough, R. B.
The Beacon does not hesitate
Chandler, which is dated for the
7th of August. After a week or
4|,„ Norman ten days' stay there they will Both factions of the Sulphur-
the Norman hike b;(ck tQ 0klahoma Citv for tfes, the east and the west sides,
a week's stay and then to Fort are well represented, and the bit- Vmvimr ilrpadv nassed its
Sill or McAlester for a ten days' ter feeling between them crops ea. th' ho^pa «, f tow-inl the
maneuvers under the instruc-! out on the slightest provocation, maximum inclination toward the
maneuver, unaer uie 11 in faction ;s stronc for Lind- sun s equator and is now gradu-
tion of regular army officers 'Jne taction is strong ror juihu f •. h
say and the other just as strong ally passing away tiom it, lie
against i said.
i This will cause, in a very few
Williams and: days, the breaking up of the
associate summer's intense heat, accord-
In all they expect
suerouSTonheDUtrict Court of to be gone about three weeks.
Cleveland county, Oklahoma, on ,.,Their. S°mS> however is con-
a.. o,.u ,i... k^i/i ditioned upon whether they can
WILL HUERTA RESIGN?
Cleveland, McClain, Garvin and the undersigned sheriff of
Murray counties as a clean,1 Cleveland county," Oklahoma,
moral, fearless and conscient- commanding me to levy upon,
ious man, who we believe will appraise, and sell the following
strive to better the conditions described real estate and prem- Some Say He Will and Some Say
and give the people of the Fifth ;sesi situated in said county and He Won't.—Villa Says it
their companies to Moman Pruitt are —
minimum number. The Engi- counsel, but this time they arejing to the astronomer.
, l hrp,K neers must have forty in the opposing each othei Pruitt be- Wh >n (he Hen Cu-kles
L inieiK-| and the Signal Corps Un2 leading attorney for the VVhen the Hen Cackles.
Treuthart ^oinpany, miu oigiui vjo p , Williams leadintr at- Mrs. Charolette Perkins Gil-
forty-five, and as many student *>tate anci williams leauing t ani(. ,,t _
members are out of the state at torney for the defense. The trial nian, the suttragist, said at a
memoers are out o tn a „ brittle roval be- luncheon at the Colony
present it is going to be a ques- promises vo ul a uatue uc •„
tion whether they can get tween these gentlemen, for .
It will be a pleasant neither have the reputation of. anti
the boys, as well as overlooking many points
and every effort will
get the required num- Late News of Interest.
listrict what they want. He in- state, to-wit:
♦ vites you to investigate his rec
♦ ord and says that if you will he
♦ does not fear the result at the
♦ August primary. — The Wayne
Makes no Difference.
Whitwell Strengthened His
Cause by Address Here.
Lots Three (3) and Four
(4) and the East half of
the Southwest Quarter of
Section Nineteen (19) Town-
ship Ten (10) North of
Range One (1) East of the
Indian Meridian, contain-
ing 152.19 acres,
Vera Cruz, July 12.—To save
his conutry from further hor-
rors of civil war and his capital
from capture and perhaps sack,
Gen. Huerta intends to resign
the provisional presidency and
This statement was made to-
cree of foreclosure in favor of day by Roberto Esteve Ruiz,
l said plaintiff and against said Mexican Subsecretary of Foreign
to satisfy a judgment and de-
E. O. V hitwell smilingly ad-
* j dressed the voters on the street ^
• ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ corner Saturday in the interest defendants obtained and made in Affairs, who reached Vera Cruz
! of his candidacy for the demo-! court on the 6th day of from the City of Mexico on his
cratic nomination for congress- ju]y> i9i4i for the sum of ?537.- way to Europe. Huerta, he j character of Headrick, near Al-
man for this, the new fifth dis-,80j wjth interest thereon at 8 said, will surrender the Govern- tus> Kh0t and killed J. A. Thorn-
"So you accuse us, sir, of over-
confidence in the success of the
suffrage movement. Well, sir,
I'd ask you to remember this:
Associate Justice of the Unit- j "The hen is no great hand to
ed States Supreme Court H. H. swagger and strut; but at least
Lurton, died at a hotel in Atlan- she's never been known to cackle
tic City on Sunday of heart fail- before she laid the egg."
ure, superinduced by cardiac
asthma. He was 70 years of age. J. S. Askew for Secretary of
He was appointed by President State.
Taft. His home was at Clarks- A young man who seems to be
ville, Tenn. It may be that ex- of the right sort of calibre is J.
President Taft will be appointed S. Askew of Chickasha. He has
tn thp vacancy a large number of warm friends
in Cleveland county who speak
- of him in the highest terms; of
The broom corn growers of his ability, his sobriety, his hon-
Lindsay, Okla., are advertising esty and thoroughness in all he
for 500 men to harvest broom undertakes. He is a candidate
corn. Work will begin about for the Democratic nomination
July 21st and last six weeks. for Secretary of State, and asks
the voters of that party to re-
Bud Garrett, a well known member him on Primary day.
Suits made to fit from
$15.00 to $30.00
SIM I) O R L A N 1)
Rear of Sooner
CLEANING & PRESSING
... _ t The Cottage Home
trict. His speech proved him to peJ. cent. from that date and ment to Francisco Carbajal, new; a young farmer, Monday, Will serve vegetable dinners
be on the proper side of a great c08t8 0f suit taxed at $76.06, in- Minister of Foreign Affairs, j ove'r a dispute for 50 cents. Gar- and ice cream suppers to the
many public questions, and duding an attorney's fee of who in turn will step aside for a | .-ett was rushed to jail to pre-; business men and clerks of Nor-
shows he is in sympathy with ' $52.11, and costs accruing, I provisional President acceptable vent lynching. j man at 25c per meal for the next
the program and policies of w}u 0!1 Wednesday, the 12th to the Constitutionalists. j j two weeks. Coat rule suspend-
President Wilson. He is _oppos-lf]ay 0f August, 1914, at the hour "The President did not make! qex your 0id suit cleaned ed. This is cheaper than you
ed to the free postage, printing. |()f "to o'clock a. m., of said day, at me his confident," Esteve Ruiz at Young Bros. can take the time to go home,
stationery, etc., which numer- j the East front door of the court declared, "nor did I have much I
< *♦> 0❖ < ♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦#
U. S. TUBBS' GROCERY.
' the | house in the city of Norman, in time
i; His ?aj^ county and State, offer for was
sale and sell to the highest bid
|der for cash ch
ous congressmen now flood
mail with for personal gain
remarks were well received—in
fact Mr. Whitwell is an interest-
ing speaker and is intelligent
and big enough to represent (thereof as will
these people at Washington. He judgment, with
is making an aggressive cam-!costs
paign.—YVynnewood State Ga- Witness mv hand this the 8th were not announced tomorro
zette. j day of July, 1914. Carbajal, he added, was sug-
CLAUD PICKARD, gested as provisional President
Sheriff Cleveland Co., by the American delegation at
1000 Men Wanted j.
Railroad firemen, brakemen
—Three cans Iowa
—Two cans fancy white wax
cherr:es put up in syrup 25c.
—California peaches and apri-
cots, two cans for 25c.
—Three cans good Salmon at
—Five cans blackberries 25c.
—Shepherd's Pork and Beans
6c per can.
—K. C. and Health Club bak-
b'}' powder, 25c size for 20c.
—Eighteen pounds best granu
L-f (1 sugar $1.00. ^ ^ p0rters. For particulars ad- j and for said County an.1
to talk with him after it |
determined I should leave
said property The Subsecretary was Con-
or so much vinced, however, he said, that
satisfy said Huerta would lay down his pow-
interest and or this week and it would not sur-
prise him if his resignation
1« -J. -J. -j. - -*« -J- '• *'• *'• -J. * * V •!* "I* "I" V -I"* "l*
j It is cooler in the
is out doors
and porters will be needed in the (First published in the Norman
southwestern states in 1914-15.
Able-bodied young men can
qualify for these positions in a
short time by taking our prac-
tical course, at a small cost. Col-1
ored men can qualify as train
—We carry a
—Big, fancy, juicy California
lemons, 25c a dozen.
U. S. TUBBS' GROCERY.
I PROPERTY INSUR-
Transcript July 9, 1914.)
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
State of Oklahoma, County
n the District Court Within
y anl State.
Frank Banash, Plaintiff,
A. H. Van Sickle, et al, de-
Notice is hereby given that I,
n /-i r> -7f>o the undersigned Sheriff, pur-
F,1 Reno, Okla., I o. O. Box 79d. j suant to a special execution and
.v.:am^aKraawgaasaB« i?tg order of sal>- i^ued tn me out of
I HAVE CASH the above entitled Court and
cause, will on the 15th day of
and Oklahoma City residence, August, 1914, at the hour of
trade for alfalfa!two o'clock p. m., and at the
the farm jEast front door of the Court
,av ' Farm near Jones lity to trade House in the city of Norman.
writing farm property in-
surance in the best old line com-
prny." T write the policy in my property to
office, transfer or endorse
policy without sending it away, j
the Niagara Falls mediation con-
ference and agreed to by Iluer-
ta's delegates and the South
American mediators, while the
Constitutionalists indirectly had
conveyed the idea that he would
be acceptable to Carranza.
Villa, however, says it makes
no difference whether Huerta
resigns or not, that the Consti-
tutionalists will still continue
their campaign against the City
of Mexico. President Wilson,
too, gives it out that Carbajal
will not be recognized any more
than Huerta; that, in fact, no
one except a Constitutionalist
will be recognized.
—Saturday night, Don Mc-
Guire lineman living at Chick-
asha, while working for the Alva
Light & Power company, came
in contact with a live wire,
from which 2300 . volts entered
his body, killing him almost in-
We do not s*y this just to have some-
thing to say but btcause it's so.
Get this in your noodls—Our theatre is cooled
With Old Cold Ice
Come and see for yourself. It is concedcd by
all that our pictures are the best, that our thea-
tre is the most comfortably seated and our
new cooling system makes this theatre an
ideal place to spend an enjoyable hour.
ALSO REMEMBER THIS:
We Clean, Ventilate and Dis-
infect Our Theatre Daily
Where the air is cooled with ice—Where the crowds go.
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