The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 10, 1911 Page: 4 of 4
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The Edmond Enterprise
a noma, Oklahoma County
P LyM deceased:
same wuh me nec«mry vouch-
ee .-3*rs.gned adm- strator at
C «rk of County Court, within
nth of the date hereof or the
NOTICE OF POBLICAT
tne Suoerior Court in ana
ty and State.
' £- Neighbors, Piair
We have had so many rfyju
nightft that we have derided to hav
hereafter. Watch for our
nitfhf one of our own
t'l vs ' i'r-* * j I
•('I S wft, >; Peter Painter S cW 3 II
jjwhenpaint peela off
I and looks dead its at
case of Slll\ stroke.
An unprara'elled proposition
nade by the Capitol Cit , Bus
MM College of Guthrie, Okla
We teach the famous Byrne
t.arship ofFer to con
it skeptical that the
' H gh ey & Mini
uau d ' «
is hereby gi
e received by J
5 "a/ Ci«r<
tne C:ty of i
-- -ck (Hoc- th.
cuted ■ von
d toift 26th say of Jdy 9' I.
Ora L. UsT'U AdmmiUr;
'en tnat sea ed bids j
F. Baidw.n. City
i Before the
, the allegat
Jay of Augu
'acts set out
ir.e Botts. Deputy.
Extensions. Aiso Engine Boiler
! Pump at Po'*er D ant
>er Piant. Bide to be opened
Auju« 3rd 1911. Th«
C was never known to
, vt e overcome by the Sun
«- - ^* f/>T> . P b>t ffwvmu rm>r trw
>f «' ' J* f.g ' r-
Mfh«v. ite/fM ' f KU 7 wIf.r. rr,f, „.*« ... ~r,*+r - g
/ (Vl 4or*Hiit; ft &/,♦. y itA | , • rn
14 dr*ts oo-t t*?«r. line'* Ut r r. a > . f ^
ttorHrom 6#autiful r 4 and full inform*
Red Star Lumber Co
Have your Old Clotnes made New
and your New Clothes made t*
Order. Latest Style* of Ladies
Tailoring by H B Radford A. Cc.
Gent* by Strauss Bros, Crty Tah«
or and Kaufman.
We have 1600 Spring samples frorr
$12.00 up, of the latest sty '• and
Fancy Cuffs and Pockets put or
Your money hack unltfs we plee««
von Cell and see us
E. I.. Ma I thy. Prop.
Phone 131 8 S. Bdv
a! Bookkeeping, ;
inessi Training. are all
claim. We offer a free
ship to anyone ho will
single individual whoever
ed the Byrne Simplified
hand and Practical Bookk
laid them aside and to<
another system and be« _
successful user of the latter in
preference to the Byrne. Hun-
dreds have abandoned Pitman.
Graham, Gregg, Cross shorthand
and the other systems of book
keeping, for the Byrne.
We will teach any young
son with a common school >
tion. who will attend our school
and do good average work for
three months, to write legibly
1 50 words of unfamiliar matter,
court reporting to the minute, in
the Byrne Simplified Shorthand,
and transcribe same neatly on
the typewriter, or make no
charge for the course. If you
I will find any other school in the
United States using any other says- as healing remedy its
I system of shorthand that will do e<lua' don't exist." Only 25c at
this, we will make you a present 1 ',v "n'K Store.
| of the course. -
For catalogue that will :oti Stock Pasture
1 vince you of the wonderful su- I have 240 acres of good |>as-
periority of the famous Byrne lure, plenty of water. Cattle
i systems, address the Capital from 40 to fiOcts a head, horses
| City Business College. Guthrie. | from 50 to 75cts a head, 1 mile
lOkla. This catalogue contains j North and 3 East of Edmond.
u" ' Ed-nc-j Enterprise
July 27. August 3- i 0- 1 7
••OTICE TO PRESENT CLAIMS
i U County Court of Oklahoma
All perionb .i ,ng cla r. ag ,n t Pat-
( 'ick Peter Savage, late of said county.
' deceased, are hereby notified to present
■ and exhibit tnem. with the necessary
vouchers, to the riders jned Administ?*-
estate of said decedent at Nj
P.. i isd r tne Ecmond Enterpr se
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Sutft Gici'oma, Oklahoma Count>
In the District Court of Said County.
Vii;a P. La~s **r. Pa ntiff.
No. 1076 1
Rom .a-, E. La^siter, Defendant.
Saic defendant. Romulas E. Lasstter,
wi l take not:c^ tnat fte has heen sued in
the above named court for a divorce on
the grounds of
s V. Neighbors. Defendant
defendant, Charles V. Ne,
it notice that he is sued
named court for a divorce
e cruelty, and must answi
fi ed therein by said p ain
re 14th day ef September
petition will be taken as tri
♦rnt for said plaintiff in a*iit
James Beaty, Cler
Aivin Rucker, Dep
Published in the Edmdno Enterpr
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
State of Ok.ahi ma, Oklahoma Court■,
rn the Superior Court Within and
Said County and State.
Maggie Robertson, Plaintiff.
vs No. 1836.
T*!" ,IJar:a _Krc"! Jarr« w- Robertson, Defendant.
Said defendant, James W. Roberts
™ I take notice that he has been sued
the above named court, upon
Oklahoma City, in
neg.ect of d.ty and habitual drunkenness
anc plaintiff further prays for the care
; and cuv.idy of their minor child, Viviar,
and you. said defendant, must answer a P[rir „ . ,
rhp r* t ' — m j - egirg oesertion and abandonment of
tne Ket.t.on ,.(2d there r. oy said plaintiff thp ., „
on or before the ! 3th da, of September . "k,nB for 1 dlvorce-
I 1911, or said petition will be taken as "d mus; an ««rtr e petiton Sled therein
__ by said plamtiff on or before the 14th
| true an'
. be renc<
of the Esta
Accused Of Stealing
I E E. ( hamberlair., of Clinton,
Me.. Ixildly accusi Bucklen's
Arnica Salve of stealing the
sting from burns 6r scalds the
pain from sores of all kinds the
distress from boils or piles, "it
robs cuts, corns, bruises, sprains
and injuries of their terror." he
G. W. Dale.
I N I M E N T
I Guaranteed to heal without a blemisr
We wbsIi Mondays, Wednes
tisys and Friday* and ask our
Patrons to get their work in by f1
a. m. on these days. This will
insure prompt delivery.
Edmond Stkam Laundry
Glllett & Gillett, Props.
A King Who Left Home
set the world to talking, but I 'it u I
Mathulkii, of Buffalo. N. Y. says
he always KEEPS AT HOM E
the King of nil Uxatives llr.
King's New Life Pills and that
they.re it blessing to all Ills fam-
ily. Cure constipation, head
arhe, indigestion. <l.vs|iepsia.
Only 2T e at City Ilrug Stole
John K oat en
Practice m all Courts
Office over First National Hank Bld«
W. H. ILITTLfc & CO
Phonr f>Q Edmond
( Girard left Tuesday for
an extended trip through the
east. He will visit Chicago,
Buffalo and New York and will
also visit his mother in Illinois.
"Pete" Oschner is acting as
commander-in-chief of the Santa
Ke forces, nt this place, during
the absence of Mr. Girrard.
John A. Nelson who was mus-
tered in as Senior Vice Canitnan-
der of ('atnbridge < amp Sons of
Veti'ritns Tuesday evening, has
the following remarkable record
of military ancestors ns furnish
ed by his oldest brother,
Nelson, of Washington City,
now visiting in Cambridge.
Son of llenjatnin Kobi ison
Nelson and Nancy Kicharil For
ythe. A soldier in the war of
the rebellion 1HG1 IMW Co I I22d
(I V I, burled at Cambridge, <).
Grandson of Benjamin Nelson
and Mary Fenin A soldier in
the war of 1HIii, in Captain
Bamch Itickerson s Company,
2nd Regiment Ohio Militia. Col.
Wm M ( olgreve l umnianding,
buried Cambridge Ohm Great-
grandson oj John Nelson and
Martha AulsboM, a soldier in the
war of tiie revolution in CHptain
Marshall's Company, Und liattal-
llon of Col. Siiniiiel White's rifle
rr^imrnt. ruined in llnnov^r
townnhip, I.aiicH^t' i county, Pa.,
buried in Itidn,. Presbyterian
churchyard in Hanison county
Ohio, two mill s west of Jpwett.
Also great-great grandson of
Andrew Femlr and Jean Martin,
a captain in the war of the revo-
lution. Penn. militia from Lack
township. Cumberland county,
(now Juniata county), buried in
private burying ground, south of
sworn statements not only from ■
students but from the men for J
whom they work and they are
the men to lie pleased, they are
the men who should lie the judge 1
of the merits of our systems and j
methods of teaching. Don't lis
i ten to the "hot air" of some I
... , .. . or your money refunded. Price 26c. 60<
competitor who is forbidden to1 .ir)tl $,.00. 2Bc for family use only
teach our systems but has realiz i F^r saio by an druggists.
ed their wonderful superiority ——
and feels that if he does not do|TU [1/1 D C' C
something desperate to check * ' ' '*■ • O V7 l\ ij
our onward march there will be
no patronage left for him.
Write today for free catalogue.
Our Bread Is on sale at all r.rocen
Thirty Years Together and Btl,rher5 Kv®'y loaf stamnec
Thirty years of association vl,h a r
Thomas!,hink of il- How the merit of a r* 'We 88,1 ^Ischman's Yeast.ry
good thing stands out in that Ask for Red Star flour and
time or the worthlessness of a : take no other.
bad one. So there is no guess ! — —
work in this evidence of Thos.
Ariss, Concord, Mich., who
writes: 1 have used Dr, King's
New Discovery for 30 years, and
its the liesi cough'and cold cure
I ever used". Once it finds en-
trance in a home you cant pry it
out. Many families have used
it forty years. It's the most in-
fallible throat and lung medicine
on earth. Unequaled for la-
grippe, asthma, hay-fever, croup
or quinsy or sore lungs. Price
50c, $1 :(KI. I rial bottle free.
Guranteed by the City Drug
Pub: shed n the Edmond Ente
July,27, August 3 10.
State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma
Before C D. Watkins. Justice
Peace, Within and for Oklahoma City
D.strict, said County and State.
A. McMillan, Plaintiff.
D. E. Caney, Defendant
Said Defandant, D. E. Lahey. Will take
That on the 1st day of July, 1911, in
above court, he was sued by plaintiff for
tnd sum of $ 14 1 25 and court , _.
ged by plaintiff to be due from defend-
ant for money had and received, and
that said cause will be for hearing on the
18th day of August. 1911 at 9 o'clock
a. m and that if he fail to appear, judg-
ment will bo taken against him as con-
fessed for the above amount and court
costs and upon garnishment herein is-
C. D. Watkins, Judge.
W, J. Davidson. Attorney for.Plaintiff.
a judgment for said plaintiff \
R. A. Ratledge, Clerk.
By A. L. Simmons, Deputy.
Cruce & Gilbert,
shea in the Edmond Enterprise
OTICE OF PUBLICATION
f Okla.v. ma, Oklahoma County.
In the Superior Court of Said Courtj
Robert D. Kiser. Plaintiff.
Mallis Kiser. Defendant.
Said defendant. Mallie Kisei
day of September. 19! 1. or said petition
w.,; oe taken as true and a judgment for
said plaintiff for an absolute divorce will
be rendered accordingly.
' Attest; James Beaty, Clerk.
Seal By W. E. Vance. Deputy.
Edwin H. Manni.ig, Plaintiff s Attorney.
Statk of Ohio, City of Tol-
edo, Lucas County, ss.
trank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is senior partner of the
firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., do-
ing business in the Cit\ of Tol-
tiK ' ! '-'''r 6 r been *-'d " edo. County and'State'aforesaid
above named court for a divorce, on the „n i ... „ ™ «siuieadiu.
Ik-rounds of r.regnarcy at the time of an'' said firm Will pay the
*.neir marriage by another than SUn 0 ONE HUNDRED DOL-
t.iis p amtiff and you, said EARS for each and every case
; defendant, must answer the petition filec Catarrh that cannot be cured
aintiff for i rnerein by saitl plaintiff on or before the < by the use of
costs, al- 23rd day of Sept, 1911, or said peti- Oure
i ')fflce phone, 3 Kes, phone] U
DR. S. N. STONE,
Physician and Surgeon
Otflre rooms 5 and 6 First National
Published in the Edmond Enterprise
July 27. August 3-10
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma County, ss.
In the Justice Court, Before Le Roy
Paddock. Justice of the Peace for Okla-
homa City District, said County and
Otis .Mercer, Plaintiff.
Wend ling Lumber Company. Defenoant.
Said defendant, Wendling Lumber
Company, a corporntion, will take notice
that it has been sued in the above named
court in an action for debt amounting to
$1 I 5.1 2, and must answer the petition
filed herein by said plaintiff on or before
the 7th day of September, 1 9 I I, or said
petition or bill of particulars will be tak-
en as true and a judgment for said plain-
tiff tor the sum of $115.12, and in the
garnishment therein had and granted,
will be rendered accorcingly
Le Roy Paddock,
Justice of the Peace.
H'ghiey &. Mills. Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Published in the Edmond Enterprise
1*1 III.H \'| iu\ NOTM F..
P. C. Hugh
be taken as true and a judgment i c
plaintiff will be rendered accord ' SWOm t0 before me and
FRANK J. CHENEY.
scribed in my presence, this 6tli
James Beaty Clerk llay of December, A. D. 188(i.
By Alvir. Rucker. Deputy 'Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Att y for Plaintiff ; NOTARY PUBLIC.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces
Send for testi-
Published in the Edmond Enterprise
NOTICE TO CREDITORS -
State of Oklahoma. Oklahoma County of the system.
To the Creditors of Vallona Dulin, dc- monials free.
ceasec: ' T, „
All persons havingdaims against Val- T] , ' ' 'HLNEY &(.().
Iona Dulin, deceased, are required tc, "nlo.
present the same with the necessarv | by all druggists, 75c.
vouchers, to the undersigned administrat- Take Hall's Family pills for
or at the office of the clerk of the County ' constipation.
Court at Oklahoma City, within four j
months of the date hereof or the same | ~~
be forever harred Attack Like Tigers
Dated this 8th day of Aug.. 19)1. j In fighting to keep the blood
Gus Ward- A"l, n:'t'A' 1 pure the white corpuscles attack
disease germs like tigers. But
often germs multiply so fast the
little fighters are overcome.
Then see pimples, boils, eczema,
saltrheum and sores multiply and
strength and appetite fail. This
condition demands Electric Bit-
ters to regulate stomach, liver
and kidneys and to expel poisons
from the blood. "They are the
best blood purefier," writes C. T.
Published in the Edmond Enterprise.
Notice is hereby given to the owners
of the property along and upon the
streets hereinafter described, that the
first installment on the guttering bonds
issued to pay for cement gutters along
said property, together with the annua'
interest on the entire issue of said bonds
will be due Sept. 1, 1911, and the same
is payable to the city clerk. If the said
installment and interest is not paid on or • # — -
before Sept. i. 1911. the same will be i Budahn, of Tracy, Calif., I have
certified to the county treasurer and will ever found." They make rich,
be by him placed upon the d elinquent | re(J blood. Strong nerves and
„ - Ux llEt ard C0"aaeJd "Qthker build up your health. Try them
In the Superior Court in and for Coun taxes are collected. Such amounts so ^
ty of Oklahoma in State of Oklahoma. | unpaid will draw interest at the rate of otore.
W. W. DeLong. Plaintiff. , eighteen per cent.
vs No. 1731. The property liable for this tax lies .. „ ,
Clarence R. McCubbins, Defendant. along both sides of First street beginning ' *
. j at the east side of the Santa Fe Right-of | PAINLESS BLISTER
■ W. Brigham,
Modern Methods. Reliable Wcrk -
Front rooms over postofflce
EDMOND. OKI. A
Have your Piano tuned by
home tuner, one who is capable
and had experience. Piano Tun-
ing well done will lengthen the
life ol a piano. Player piano
regulating and repairing a sjtec
ally. All work guaranteed
II. T. Dysart,
227 W. 1st St. Phone 1.
' J We now have
Note The hIkjvc mentioned i Corn, Milo Maize,
nold's'of "I'Uhnimil^ '' * "u" Ibices on feed Kanalys
Dawson & Davis
Deaiei in Salt and Fresh Meats all kinds
Fish andj oysters in season. Will pay
the highest market price for hides.
Your trade solicited.
Phone 06. 201 S. Brdwv.
Drs. Ihtirnian & Lyon
To Clarence R. McCubbins, a
You are hereby notified that you have
been sued by W. W. DeLong in the Su-
perior Court of Oklahoma county. State
of Oklahoma, and that you must answer
the petition of said W. W. DeLong filed
against you on or before the 1 6th day of
September. 1911, or judgment will be
rendered against you, cancelling a cer-
tain tax deed dated February 1, 1908.
upon lots herein named and quieting
plaintiff's title to lot number Ten (10)
and North half ( 1-2) of lot No. Eleven
( 1 1) in Block No. Seventeen (17). Park
Place Addition to Oklahoma City, in
County of Oklahoma acd State of Okla-
homa, and forever barring you, the said
Clarence R. McCubbins. from ever set-
way. thence east to the falley between
Broadway and Littler Avenue, also be-
ginning on the north side of First Street
on Broadway, running thence north to
the south side of Main Street, said gut-
tering being on both sides of said Broad-
way Street, all in the City of Edmond,
J. F. Baldwin, City Clerk of the City of
Guaranteed to give satifaction and bin
ter without pain or your money refunded
For sale by all druggists.
Published in the Edmond Enterprise
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
You are hereby notified that on May
12th, 191 1,1 was sentenced from the
District Court of Oklahoma County Okla.,
to two years in the Oklahoma State
tmrr tin nr "" Penitentiary for the crime of second de-
tmg up or claiming any right, interest , . . 4 .
gree forgery and on or about the 12th
HOW. WHEN & WHERE
to obtain divorce, and all :our
busines attended to
See P. C. Hutches
Phone Walnut 34 f 8
Write or phone
title or estate in said real estate adverse
to that of plaintiff, and such judgment
and decree will be rendered accordingly. *
Given under my hand and the seal of j T°W'
this court this 14th day of July, 1911
Attest James Beaty. Clerk
Rooms 3 ana 4, National Bam j Seal By Alvin Rucker. Deput
2. Hughes, Atty for Plaintiff
day of September. 1911. I will make ap-
plication for a pardon or parole there
L. R. Givens.
Bunlldlng. Calls answered day
night Phone at office 175,
Dr Thurman 173
Or Lyon 220
j If there are fresh fruit or veg-
etables on the market Flynn has
Fresh ana Salt Meals.
Now In Reynolds Bldg
M. E. Smith
and CU R E this iuli, M
VOLDS I'_TBI<t80ITlE tm
AHDAHTHBQATAW) LUMC TROUBLES!
O/f /"OH£y /fcru/voeo.
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Hazlitt, Harry. The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 10, 1911, newspaper, August 10, 1911; Edmond, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc140860/m1/4/: accessed June 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.