Edmond Twice - A - Week Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, May 8, 1908 Page: 2 of 10
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THE EDMOND ENTERPRISE,
Published Every Tuesday and Friday By
THE ENTERPRISE PUBLISHING COMPANY
c. w. GOULD • • Editor and Manager
I year $1.50
6 months — -
3 months -
Entered at the Edmond, Oklahoma, Post Ofltce as second
class mail matter.
advertise booze tn the Chie'taln as the state law did not
permit It. We dropped the ad. And now comes the news
that the state of Oklahoma has bought a car load of "Sun-
ny Brook" Whiskey—the best booze—theChleftaln was
advertising. We d like to see somebody rise up and say
advertising does not pay.—Vinita Chieftain.
THE OPPOSITION HOWL
Edmond Is advancing. Let no stone be put In the
way of any reasonable proposition.
Some dispensary agents are refusing to qualify as they
probably cannot sel1 enough booze to pay rent.
The Kansas City Star and Wall street wants Bryan
defeated for the Democratic nomination for President, but
they can't cut the mustard.
The bootlegger has the dispensary agent skinned a
elty blcck when It comes to expenses. He must keep on
the move and therefore has no rent to pay. And besides,
reut in a back alley would be much cheaper.
The proposition for voting $5000 bonds for a West
Side school house will be up to the people before many
days. Here Is a proposition that demands the earnest
consideration of the voters. The actual needs of such a
building should be the only reason for voting for it, and if
It Is needed we can see no reasonable excuse for voting
Soon after the legislature met the opposition press
howled like coyotes because the democrats were Introduc-
ing so many bills. They stated that our statute books
would be loaded with freak laws; that capital would be
driven from the state; that public money's would be squan-
dered; that the school funds wouuld be speculated In, and
finally wound up by saying that a few good laws would be
far better thai^overcrowdlng the statutes. Now, the howl
Is coming out the other corner of their mouths and they
are complaining because the legislature is going to consume
all the time allowed them; because they are not passing
enough bills and because safeguards are placed about the
public money. But it Is the same cry that the same op-
position put up against the constitutional convention and
the delegates, and the people of Oklahoma will place the
stamp of their approval upon the work of the legislature
just as they did the constitutional convention and the howl
ers will be allowed to continue their howling and get as
much pleasure out of it as possible. The people of Okla-
homa wanted the democrats to write the constitution for
they tooK a positive stand for the people. Next they want-
ed the democrats to make the laws and administer them,
and now they want the democrats to stay in power. This
of course is very distasteful to the opposition for they
have ruled so long by federal appointment that they can-
not see how a people can live and prosper without govern
ment at long range and thro' henchmen.
W. S. PATTEN, President J- M ANGLEA, Cashier
J. W HOWARD. Vlce-Pres C. H PROFFITT, Asst. Cash
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
of edmond. oklahoma
STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
Capital and Surplus, - - $30,000.00
W. S. Patten. J. W Howard, C. J. Patten. I W. Rodkey.
J. M. Anglea
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR KENT
Foreign and American Marble and Granite.
Statuary, Vaults, Coping, etc.
SOUTHWESTERN MARBLE AND GRANITE
228 W. Reno Ave., OKLAHOMA CITY
Senator W. H. Johnson of Canadian county will be a
candidate for re-nomlnation before the democratic prima
rles Canadian and Oklahoma counties comprise the 14th
senatorial district and Senator Johnson has made good.
He Is one o! the quiet, hardworking, substantial men of the
senate and when it comes to demanding honesty in all
legislation, Johnson is always heard. Grafters shy from
him like a slum alley kid from a bath tub.
Wtien the writer came to Vinita In February the
Chlefaln had a contract to carry an advertisement for the
Sunuy Brook distilling company The advertisement an-
nounced "Sunny Brook" as the veiy best booze on the
market and recommended it for both medical and social
purposes. About the middle of February an officer of the
law called at this office and informed us that we could not
An enterprising contemporary has thus traced the life
of a bushel of corn:
From a bushel of corn the distiller gets four gallons
of whiskey which retails at $16.80.
The farmer gets 45 cents.
The United States government gets $4 40.
The drayman gets 15 cents.
The railroad gets 80 cents.
The manufacturer gets $4.00.
The retailer gets $7.00.
The consumer gets drunk.
His wife gets hungry.
The children get ragged.
The politician gets office.
The police get business.
The jail gets occupants.
The man that votes lic.nses gets what?
And the gutter gets the balance.
(^~More Big Specials"^
(First published May 1.
Notice of Publication.
State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma County.
In the District court of said county.
Dora Adams. Plaintiff, vs. Fioid Adams,
Said defendant, Fioid Adams, will take
notice that he has been sued in the above
named court for a divorce on the grounds
of adultry, and you, said defendant, must
answer the petition filed therein by said
plaintiff on or before the 12th day of
June, 1908, or said petition will be taken
as true and a judgment for said plaintiff
will be rendered accordingly.
Attest: Hathaway Harper, Clerk
By J. F. Havens, Deputy
J. L. Jones.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
(First published May 1, 1908, 5 Fridays,
Order for Hearing Petition to Sell
State of Oklahoma, County of Oklahoma
In the County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Haidy
C. Anglea, deceased. J. M Anglea having
filled herein his petition for the sale of
the real estate described in said petition
for reasons in petition stated.
IT IS QRDERED, That said petition
be and hereby is set for hearing on the 1
day of June. A D., 1908. at 9 o'clock
A. M.. at which time all persons interested
in said estate are required to appear and
show cause, if any they have, why an
order should not be granted for the sale
of so much of the real estate of said de-
cedent as is necessary for the reasons in
said petition stated
It is further ordered that a copy of this
order be published for four successive
weeks in the Edmond Enterprise of Ed-
Dated April 28, 1908.
SAM HOOKER, H
John Roaten, Atty. for Admitistrator.
The creditors of the above named de-
cedent are hereby notified that the under-
signed was, by the county court of Okla-
homa county, state of Oklahoma, appoint-
ed administrator of the estate of said de-
cedent, and that all persons having claims
against the estate of said decedent are
required to exhibit them to said under-
signed W. H. Tuttle, with the necessary
vouchers, at his office in Edmond, or at
the office of the county judge in Oklaho-
ma City within four months from the
date of the first publication of this notice.
W, H. Tuttle,
John Roaten, Administrator.
Attorney for administrator
MISS BRINKMAN has a fine line
of dress and street hats. Call and
Dr. F. W. Brigham,
Modern Methods. Reliable Work.
Front rooms over postoffice
Rebuilding Cotton Gin
I am rebuilding tny Edmond Cotton
Gin and am interested in the growing
of cotton in this vicinity. Farmers
here should realize that the
In Texas is not as great a detriment
to cotton as early frost in Oklahoma.
Commercial Fertilizer will force cot-
ton to mature 2 to 3 weeks earlier,
hence will increase the yield and im-
prove staple and price. Write us at
once for prices and booklet.
A. M. DeBolt.
No. 2. Reno Ave.
Hagan'« Furniture Co.
New & Second hand Goods
Broadway. We buy
For This Week.
I 121 S
| al. kinds of household goods
' i a trial.
Fresh and Salt Meats.
Now in Reynolds Bldg
Wm. SHIRCK Phone
First published April 10, 1908. 5 Fridays
10 17 24 1 8
Notice to Creditors.
To the Creditors of David Dickinson, de-
POPULAR BARBER SHOP
When you want a good shave or
hair cut do not fail to call and see us.
We are prepared to do your work
promptly. No long waits. Our shop
Is equipped for any and all kinds of
work. If your ra^or needs honing
bring it in, we will do the rest. Your
shoes shineu while you wait.
ASBURY S, JARMAN
Dr. W. W. Taggart,
Will fit your eyes
with glasses that will
suit you. Charges
reasonable. Cross eyes a specialty,
without the knife.
Our special silk sale the past week proved a
big success—we were pleased to see that our
customers appreciated our efforts to give them
big values for th# least money. We are going
to continue our Silk Sale the coming week and
in connection we will offer the following high-
class Waistings at sacrifice prices:
Three pieces Zephyr, 28 inches wide, 25 cent f
values for Iw/v
I hree pieces La Vesta Eyelets, 28 inches wide, O
35 cent values for
Three pieces Mercerized Voile Tissues, 28
inches wide, 35 cent values for
One piece Soie Tirenzie, 28 inches wide, 35 O'Xr
cent values for
One piece Imported Mercrized Cloth, 28 inches
wide, 35 cent values for
Two pieces Shlmmir Silks, 28 inches wide,
35 cent values for
One piece Zephyr, 28 inches wide,2C centval- JOf
ues for lyV>
These are just the things for nobby waists
and at the price you can't help but like them.
Yours for a | | deal,
\q ■ Cyclone Store - qJ
The Oklahoma School of Ladies Tailoring.
j Incorporated under the Laws of Oklahoma. Edmond, Oklahoma.
Comp ete Course in Scientific Cutting and Tailoring.
' Course In Cutting and Fitting,15 lessons $15
Course in Tailoring,5o lessons,pupils work 011 theirown garments while taking this course$20
Adjustable Skirt Drafting Machine, 4 lessons,. $5
Pupils can enter school at any time,special inducements offered graduates who desire to teach
We carry a line of ever 1500 samples of all the latest dress goods. Ladies' and children's
coats cut and fitted. Instruction hours-^10 a. m. to 5. p. m.
203 E. Main St MKS. MAUDE ANGLEA, Prtjidtnt
Ice for Summer.
BARBER & DAWSON are
prepared to handle ice for the
summer and will deliver to any
part of the city. Ice on hand
all the time. Phone 27.
Try a want
ad. It pays.
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