The Edmond Sun--Democrat. (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, June 17, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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THE EDMOND SUN-DEMOCRAT
Kerwin & Thomas, Proprietors.
Entered at the Postofllce at Edmond, O. T.
transmittal through tun mills as sceond
•cl iss mall matter.
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TbnndMysDoou.all advertiBemnut6 andeoiu-
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If any subscriber fails to receive the paper
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EDMOND No. 5, i. <>. O. F. mcotj
every Wednesday night. Members in good
•tandliur fraternally invited to attend.
O A J Himes. Sec. J W Comp. N. (i.|
V'hed SLEEi-tn, Hec. .1 i . Si useh. m. w.
VETERAN AND&oNS IN I ON CLUB- Met
v. r Mondaj nlgbt 7 p. m.,lnold City
REGULAR communication of Ed-
-inoml i.odjre a. K. and A. M. No4
r meets on first and third Saturday of
, ^ each month at 7:80 p.m.
All memoersln gooJstatuilng are Invited to
attend. J. *0. Leonard W.M.
K. Tuatcher, Secy.
EDMOND LODGE NO. 4 K. of I\ meet at
L Castle UaU ever Monday ot M"'"
Lbeis In good staudiug
it *• K *'* K ** H *'H 5?^^
I The Best of Everything.—-
>— FOR f HE MONEY.
i THE FAIR!
*< Take advantage of our special
private money to loan 011 land 011 one,to five years time,
land guarantee lowest rates and most favorable terms!
>Jo gold mortgages—No delay. Principal and interest payable at my office
^*2,0( X >;
'TO I,PAN OX SIX'ON I > M())!T( ■ \_< ; Kv_< > NJ, \ X 1).
1 have at all times plenty of money to loan on In m*. uul « Lauds. "* " '*
If you have a good farm which you want to sell I will buy it and pay you cash for it. You cannot afford to make anv kind of
Remember the, panic and place.
your land until you have first seen me.
a loan or sell
:*< from now until July 4, we will give a redue-
k tion of
, K. of It. and S.
H.T. A. NO. 829. meets at Edmond on 1st
ami 3rd Saturday <1 each month at A o clock
p. ni. Member* oT tbo « •
ng cordially invited to m
A. L. Hofk, Soc.
i good stand-
„_t with ti*
O. N ■ KI8EB, Pres.
Caseins M. Dames
oliw.ul< Harper S.Cunniiigham
Chief J ustice
associate Justices .
I A. (i. c. lUerer
; J no « . Tarxuey
1 11. W. Scon.
LJ. L. McAtee.
t'rob'ite J udge
J R. narrows
.1 m. owens
K v. I 1 Ifrey
W L Alexander
\\ i: Taylor
. . . .K U. Potts
.Alice \ . Dietiuau
( 11. Overliolser.
; Ito.ird of Trine
B„mu,I...IW. r,i<-, ;v-, « «
a. in Sunday school bi t->.e - i ■< • " tni
public Bchool-liotise opi osite to the I resDy
teriau church in Edmo
a. Stein, Pa
BArTiST—Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 8 p.m. D. V. P. U. Sunday at 7 p. m.
Sunday School at 10 a • m.
Rev. E. I. Case, Pastor.
Miss 1. W. Belt, Pres B. Y. P. U.
W J. llooDV.S.S.Supt.
Onuses of Ciim-t: loortl. Lord.'. Day
ca I, month. J.T.Baovs,
PRBKMtni ' ^^ftSSL " ..I
m. aud •> p. ni. on • . v u a.
IThe Young I eoplt-'a Society of Christian hu-
dlbvor (Unior.) .t .! f.-byteri.u
Clin, ch every Wednesday evening at b .X).
Sunday School at Edmond 9:t a. m. evory
ftvvfey. UKV- NV M***** P«bU'r-
FIRST METHOD 1 - T EPISCOPAL C1IURCH.
Sabbath School • m '
Preaching Servico 1 5 ' ' *'
Class Moating. • 1
Eo worth League Service „
Preaching Service P* *
mid-week bekvices :
. Thursday. P- m
E. B. Rankin, Pastor.
Weekly Prayer "
Catuolic—UJgh mass end sermon at 10 a
ib. and l.eosdlctlnn ma >.ni.on «t 7 p.ni.
BtYnUon llrst Suud.y. .1 '.Diis . hurth,
church, DcerCrt-ok,third and tifLtl Slin J
ach montu. F u. r Van llufltl, l
l.w. COMl'. M, D.
Physician & Surgeon.
Ollice on Broadway, opposite
v'arey, Lombard Lumber co.
EDMOND, - O, T
•"> per cent of regular
prices in everything in the Millinery Line.
Saturday, June 18th.
we will give a Picnic in Shoes and Slippers!
1 Lot Baby Red Slippers formerly 50 cents one day
1 Lot Chi Id reus Slippers sizes 5-10 formerly 50, 75 and 80 cents reduced to .44
1 Lot Childrens Slippers sizes 10-12 former price 00 and $1.00 reduced to .50
All Ladies $1.00 Slippers for <jne day
All Ladies 1.50 Slippers for cue day j ->|
All Mens 1.25 Dress Shoes for this one day j |o
All Mens 1.50 Dress Shoes for this one day j oj)
All Mens 2.25 Dress Shoes for this one day ]
All next week and Saturday, June 25,
special Discount on Mens Clothing.
- *•♦- •• if- y- ? ■ - a - - v >• a vw.. > r .i
A Large Stock of
High Grade Bicycles.
Warranted first class.
If you want to borrow money
on real estate or chattel mort
Rd£e be sure and see G. W. Lim-
erick ot Oklahoma City before
you deal elsewhere. He has
plenty of it to loan at current
rates, and on the most reason
able terms. Fair dealing and
honorable treatment guaranteed.
F. C. FINERTY,
Oklahoma City, Okla.
GEO. H., KLEIN
Harness. Saddles, Fly Nets, Whips
My Goods are the Best.
Reasonable prices and j ^"'ce ovt"' '•'on ^ore.
Bicycle sundries aspecialitv.
When you need a suit of clothes,
that you want to look neat and lit
well, drop a card to Wilmes and
Maxell, of Normal:; ^thev will call
and see you and give you prices
that will prove satisfactory. A
Wilmes & Hagen
THINK OR STARVE
THAT IS THE ALTERNATIVE.
Repairing did Neatly and with Dia
patch. Guarantee my Work.
13roadway. - - EDMOND 0
TO-DAY—thU moment—yen r • l.olnar r<.l bej . t I
what you earn. How much I N„t |,., , ,|mn a
know why I lloaj
j«ar Po yuu know Uv\
Fotmcrl/ NEW OCCASIONS.
Why use foreign (lour when home
made is bt tter?
Cheap farm loans enquire ot J. W.
Old papers for sale. 20cts per hun
drcd, at this otiice.
The Eagle Mills, will pay you the
market price for wheat, corn or oats.
Cheap farm loans enquire of J.
The Weekly Kansas City Star
Sun-Democrat for #1.00.
Daily KanaasCit y Star and Sun
Democrax #-1.00 in advance.
Dr. W. T. Kimberley,of Guthrie, who
is representing the Kimberley Home
Uemedy Co., made us a pleasant visit
Saturday and presented us with one
of his new books.
"Noxacola'' positively enrea a COId or
La Griippe in a day. Guaranteed in overy
oast-. Sold by j. W. Howard.
Kansas City Weekly Star sent to
any one who pays a years subscription
$1.00, on the Sun-Democrat.
Horse For Sale, Cheap,
for sale.--liorse, Saddle, (side) and
Bridle. The animal i3 a line saddle
horse and can be drove either single or
Enquire of Flon Gregg, Normal
Granite Coffee Pots
2 f|t 40c
4 u 50c
K. 13. Potts & Co.
Bowman will pay cash for poultry.
For hail insurance go to the Peoples'
Clarence Smelser returned
Kansas City, Wednesday.
S. (r. Morgan of Oklahoma City, was
in Edmond, Wednesday.
Will Bradford of Oklahoma City
was in Edmond, Wednesday.
President Mnrdaugh visited the
county seat on Monday.
Sampson I to
Reform Magazine*. \
in the World. 1
Master Karl Klein left on Sunday
morning for Elleuwood, Kansas.
Take your chickens to C. J. Bow-
man and get what they are worth.
Frank Hays and wife left on Sun-
day morning for Mulvane, Kansas-
Farmers insure your wheat against
hail- particulars at the Peoples' Bank.
Henry llagan and wife, of Norman
are visiting friends in Edmond, this
Eita and Alva Jayne made a visit to
their parents at Perry the lirst part of
H V. MOOSE
REAL ESTATE AND
PENSION AOENT NO-
TARY PUBLIC AND
LAND ATTORN 1.1
Deeds, Mortgagor i
id all Le«al Instru
OFFICE IN TOWN HALL.
Office in City Rail-
Now that the indications are most
favorable for a large wheat crop,
nothing but hail can destroy. It will
be wisdom on the part of the owner to
carry an insurance; it can be obtained
at the Peoples' Bank at • per cent In
a thoroughly responsible company.
Mrs. Isaac llodkey left on Monday
morning, on a six weeks visit to Mc
Guy Smith is compiled to go about
on crutches; (he result of his horse
falling and crushing his ankle.
Fred Pfaff will start, on Monday,
for llyan, I. T., Fred will purchase
wheat during the season, at that point.
Mrs. F. S. Peck started on Sunday
morning for Denver, Colo., she will
spend the summer with her daughter
Mrs. (Jeo. Babcock.
W. E. Smith and Miss Flora Vaughn
were married on Tuesday, in Oklaho-
ma City, by Judge Jones. They live
west of this city.
EDMOND, 1. T
Querry—Why is it that Forater &
Thompson are selling more shoes than
they ever did at this time of the year?
There is only one answer.
C. P.Jones, Millsburg, Pa., writes:
"I have used DeWitt.s Little Early
Risers ever since they were introduced
here and most say I have never used
any pills in my family during forty
years of house keeping that gave such
satisfactory results as a laxative, or
cathartic." Howard's Drug Store.
Salt by the barrel or sack at Bow-
in patent Imm
to business iatrus
W. II. Corey and family bid adieu
to their many friends in Edmond On
Saturday of last week, Mr. Corey has
accepted a position at Winslow, Ari-
zona. Mrs. Corey will visit relatives
and friends at Sedgwick. Kans.. dur-
ing a part of the summer, then, she
will join her husband at winslow where
'they will reside in the future. Mr.
i Corey and his estimable family will
! always be remembered by the citizens
_ of Edmond for the uniform kindness
\\Y M it pat'" tor in- jan l courtesy shown by Mr. C. di.ring
Over J'1 years ot experience ' the time that he was employed as
Wheat insured against hail from
#6. to #10. per acre, not over #1,000
placed on any one section. Apply at
H. H. Moose, Chas. Alexander, P.
P. Greiner. G. B. Haney and Jno.
Sumner were in Oklahoma City on
Saturday of last week.
D. C. Thompson, ,T. L. Thompson,
Miss Margaret and Miss Maud Thomp-
son are enjoying a visit from their
brother, Prof. Harry 1'. Thompson, of
the A. and M. college at stillwater.
An uncle ot Elmer Moody residing
at Eos Angles, Cal., tendered him a
position in that city. Elmer lei t on
Sunday morning for the purpose of
The Liver Keeps People Well.
When the Liver is sluggish all other
organs art- involved. You suffer from
Constipation, Biliousness, Jaundice
Headache, Indigestion, Pain in Hack
("bills and Loss ot Energy. You wil
never know how promptly these trou
hies can be cured until you use Her,
bine. It cures quickly when othe
remedies utterly fail. Regulates (he
Liver, Purifies the blood. Herbine is
or, I a Harmless Vegetable Uemedy that, ''"'.'" "' I'l.rk.
j gives new life and energy almost from tS'Sj't,
• 0 the lirst dose. iMce 75 cents.
Trinl Dottle at J. W. Howard's.
to take advantage of these cheap
20 lb Brown Sugar $1.0C
17 lb ExtraC.Sugar 1.00
1 lb Prunes .03
1 gal. Can of Apples
10It) h'resh Oat Meal 25c 42 llislfl.
3 cansStandard corn 25c, 12 for SI.
oil) tine raisins 25c. "5lbs £1 ! 2""ouWw.iww« .> .<• v f 4
* SWSERY STOCK ,*T WHOLLS/LE 8
10 bars oi World Heater soap 25c.; - ., . .. ;
' 1 ; Why buy your Nursery stock from m
1|) ],..r« ii nil I C"r dealer*, thus beinij forced to pay ^
",irN *1.00 I .-exorbitant prices? Buy «liie« t from the«
wholesale price- Mini save all®*
Cue Dollar a Year
19 cents a number.
Horror..". J V: '""trr of tlie ' •. ni.
} / ml k i . .1 tUttum, L,l. >. „•, . ,
Kew Timk I*the fenrlp** ailvocatnof Uu-1vi
IIE :lil:Nnv<i. Unlmltv 1 .. 1.. .
al oneta r) Kofurwand PJiyslcal end Kill leal i uliuroV
f I'll Hit !■<•<! of brilliant ir ti tern
yalnvlj cmiilributn to it* /><.,;«■«. <n-«>
rarsona. Prof riilmrd T Ely.
llprbrrt N ('n -on.
■lain I in Oarlatiil
Henry P. i.leyJ.
8 nal. r Culler,
fcrftw. et| i'cinoroj-.
Al l y Morton lilax.
John P. Altin l.l.
A. II. Lewis. Senator lVUi^rtw.
e.fv^THR,NLWYS?M^!1Jn'1 " tK' ' < r;t ''..IP. "net
! 3d book of £90 pagi 1 aud
Oiarlss II. Kerr & Company, Publishers
So t ilth Avenue. CI11CAGC-.
1 doz. boxes of matches
<> 11) can apple butter
5 H) can of preserves
15 It) pail of jelly
151b pail Gem syrup
The above prices arc for
We have a
HOUSE FULL OF BARGAINS.
Bring me your Chickens, Turk-
eys. Ducks, Butter and Eggs;
highest market price. We pnv
Cash for poultry.
Bring your produce of all kinds
and get the very highest market
price paid in Edmond.
Will give you an order for Dry-
goods in exchange for produce.
C. J. BOWMAN.
jjniK and -
order to introduce c
lohnice naitei) ttook in
,C 'ill for 11 limited time (ill
jiier which at regular ugcii
r large line of8
hi- \ leinlty w,.j
he followiuir or- 5
s prlcoa would j*
I OO Peach Trees, 2 ft. | ()c
i I 0< ApriootTreea "
; 0 Early Ohio (irapes $ I
£ 2 naim Perpetual Roses
t 2 KveibloominK Altheas
M rtcripi of i'l balnnce ..
• This st<ick is tine and thrifty and theaooveJT
• Htupendouti offer is made Im a Iiiuited2.
■jtiine to introduce our stock nnd meihinlsi
-of dealing direct with 'lie planters. Ift
^jyou do not need all tho utock linted yu
«i au easily dispose uf ti. • surjilns to joiir
-nei>;htioif nt a handsome profit Such an-
;offer ban never before heen made in thisg
•; vicinity and iH the chance of a lifetime.
S Stock will
2s'inid a tlioi
C ARKANSAS VALLEY NUR8ERIE8. \
£ Sedgw ick, Kant as «
GREAT CASH SALE.
Our June Cash Sale will com-
mence Saturday June 5, add' will
continue one week; all goods will
be sold for C^sli only 'Prices low.
Not on the sly (Schley) but like lfllb Granulated Sugar
Dewey we do-it; all opposition capitu- j jj|, j(jon
latcs to our prices; we don't use shot
and ihell, but, we are selling machine
oil at tigures that our competitors can
not meet; see us before buying we can
J. W. Howard.
All parties wanting ice should t pro
cure it before 'J a. m. as we cannot de-
liver after that hour.
.1. It. TAVr.on.
I il> Levering ObITac
Sib Navy Helms
itlb l>ried Appl es
II cans Corn
3 trans Tomatoes
1 cans Lye
1 gal Sugar Syrup
1 gal Sorghum
1 doz. Lemons
1 dot. Oranges
1 set Cups and Saucers
I set Tumblers
lib Cow Brand Soda
We art-1 mistered j agent at this point, and for the helping
prompt attention hand, tha* was alwayt outstretched, by
I to u ( orres- jhlm and his wife, in my charitable or
Add. J. I). 13 )'.ial undertaking. We but express
| the rtinents ot the entire com unity,
in wishing thern
Hugh Alexander Dead.
Monday morning about 7 o'clock, at
his home in Sharpsburg, Hugh Alex
ander, an old and highly respected cit-
izen, breathed his last. For three i r.n. («,ril stireh
years he has been confined to his bed '
by paralysis, and last Friday he sul- 41b Lily Hloss hturyli
fered'another attack, from which he i 25c Bottle Catsup
died. Funeral services were held j «m n, iirnu il c
'Aiesday morning at 11 o'clock at tt..- ' „ 1 , ' "
Sharpsburg M. E. church, and inter 4 Cans Blackberries
ment in Bethel or'Possum Point oem . '.i Cans Goosberries
Mr. Alexander was born in Indiana,' ' 'X ' ' '
but lived near Sharpsburg for 20 or Meat per lb
years, lie wusono of the country's ! Buy your good-, for
most upright and honest men. Bis ti „ ~iwn.
word wits implicitly trusted, and he!
enjoyed the full oonttdence aud re-' tuoap. ICemember the phu e.
spect of all who knew him. lie was C C I CT I n|\|p
; a consistent member of the Methodist L-L/. iIlLUIINu,
Accepting his uncle's generous offer. | ^ur®^ ^,ason an^ an old soldier, I rp. ^ , , , . ,,, f>,.
I and at the time of his death was a 1 11© v^UMI lilOOPl.
t jMjnsioner. lie was 08 yiars old. ——
J The above is taken from the Taj-j
lorville, (111.) Courier; the deceased "is1 We claim some things for rhea-
Suffer excruciating pain, be-
sides the unsightly appear
nnce of decayed teeth, when
yon ran ave them treated by
a thorough and competent
We have over 2joo teeth to se/eet a pet
feet fitting set from.
Every Operation Uoaranteed
(i. A. HUtiHKS, D. I). S.
Tiik Leaiunh Dentist.
Cuthrie, (). T.
Will be m Edmond
on the fourth Saturday
of each month.
POTTS & CO
Goods bought cheap
will be sold "way
at the old McCredie
building on Broad
St. for anything In
the hardware line.
POTTS <fe CO.
I DON'T SACRIflCE ... I
jj* future Comfort for prospif sce.ning Economy, but B!Y it
Use Sowing Machine with nn estublisited reputation thut ?
guuranteeu you iong und sdtisloctory scmce:
us BfAiin:;iiY notiRtfl woodwork, t
durable construction. $
flne mechanical adjdstmect, s
coupled with the Finest Set of Steel Attach-
iticnts, mukes it the c;
MOST DCSIRIBLE MACHINE IN TIIl MARKET. ' ■■
O-.alc-ri Wanted wters wo are net rrpr"sent*d. y
While Sewing Machine Co., fc
Send • or our beautiful hall-tone cetalorjue. CLEVELAND, OHIO.
The Best Offer Ever Made by a Newspaper.
x i .no
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world,containing all the news in eight pages twice-a-week, and The Repub
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I be Republic Sunday Magazine was the newspapersticcess'of 1897. A
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Address all orders to
ti ik \i\<:\ >irBU(\st. r,oiii*. Mo.
•ash nnd buy
Highest Honors —World's Fair,
Uold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
the father of Chas. W. Alexander of
thain's chill Tonic, but not everything,
... , It will not. cure softening of the brain
thiscit}. barley was at the bedside . or |n^rowing nails, but It will cure
of his father during his last hours:
returned to Kdmond on
1 night of last week.
he j chills cold chills. Guaranteed.
Thursday 1 UP 'n both tasteless and bitter styles
Tasteless in 50c size.
1 want all the country meat jou
j have to sell; will pay the very highest i
If. J. Bowman. 1
/I Pure Oraoe Cream ot Tartar Powder.
1 <0 YEARS THE STANDARU
evening, June 24, tl.e
| Presbyierians will give a lawn social
I .it the home of George Ft rater.
| Everybody invited to attend and help
j even body else have a good time and
in doing so lave a good tune your self • l)rKl'*
i/ost his grippe toe mar. who took 1
Cheatham's Chill Tonic, but be ain't
kicking, and says it's a Lulu Hiea
tarn's ( hill Tonic. Put up in both [
Tasteless and bitter sty lew. Cure guar
anteed. Tasteless in .M)c size.
are going, but not fast enough to suit us. To give
them an increased impetus, we are going to cut the
price way down on all SUMMKR DRHSS
GOODS. Some of the prettiest patterns are left yet,
but will not be long, at the reduced prices.
W e are determined to carry over none of these
TI IKY MTJST 'HK SOLD
And if you are in need of a belt, bear 111 mind that
we are ofiering a great big line of staple and Fancy
Belts at about half the regular price. Our motfo is
"Quick sales and NO PROFITS.
Take your produce to C. J p.
man and get the very highest marl
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