The Edmond Sun--Democrat. (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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HE K : M-m AT SUNLRTS.
J.Kk?:win. I oprietor.
Ei/-r at tlic ^u:flu:t f Kdmooil.O.T.
iot tnnsmti'al turoagh tut ui.-lis as 5ecoud
oUaa taall matter.
Mrs. James, Miss Kate and Mamie | a Hartviiie weddinc
Brown, returned Saturday nl.,ht from f We copy the following fror.i
, an extended visit to Colorado Spring?,! Society
Wood received on subscription atlcolo. j Springfield Republican:
"Married at the reside!
of Inst Sunday's
I>r. i - A. Iiugh g, of Guthrie, will
Kitchen scales given away at Klein t*t in Ednu'nd S ;>t. 2!) and 24, |w- , ,
residence of tlie
I rid.-'s paunts in Hurtville, at ciglit
To ^DVE^TISF-RS iUBCCR BEP^S.
\ourHj- -rii'v- 1.1. ' nd locaie .viilbe coi>
Bu.'iau'. >/:■ iroiiii-'liodtu l. ..4..tiner 'Ji in
At. wuoiuI'BM'Jti vi pri.. . ;.romr'
Tuarsiifc--. joou.all adv -rauctite alden • j . .
raauicatumfc-nuotbcii - 'idi'ilju lotlater that) St. Joseph, Mi),
Wedaepduy at uuon to injure publication.
w.,«^acii.i-i,!''i'f a.hir. -n.f your pajo
! ro«juire<J.tf'v'.'botbt he old ami n. waddief*
II auy Bnl/scriber fai.s to rocei-.ethe paper
fiftilurly aud promptly.i !c , - if y up atoi:r>
J>r~Adk-oiti:dut,' rutti mode known on api 1
If you want the news read the £:
Frank Peek returned Monday from
1 pared to
do all lv! rids of dental i
Thursday evening, Mr. Martin
1)1 RECTO RY.
KFMLAR COMVI NI TIO' Ol
, 1 dii:oud L«'ii -'e N". •• - 1 ami A.M..
Iioi'i in Watonic HhII I i May nighta
i ..f ••holi montli, on «>r hoforn the fuil
moon. Vi. iliuK brethren fi.O.-iuulI} invit.-d .
IIknuy Ni.v.IC:., W. AI.
II II. Moo*u, Sc?'>.
EDMOND LOWjr. No. 5, I <>. O. F. i:h : .
t\r-ryhat':rda. ii[«.lit. .Menibt.* In f*ootl
s ; • "Mm frat- i ually invited t<> attend.
0 a J H'nif, '.i. J W Oomp, n. <j.
AO. W.niactsT i'a* cf oneta weel:. Vis-
it •. • retliern rordlallj invite '
1 . . I i . .Ti. f. MKEB, M.W.
vnv:iiANAX i N'I'ISII.ub-.-.IM-I
\ i-, ' • M ,'t 7 !• uj.,lnold City
For l ire, and Tornado insurance
to The Peoples' Hank.
1J ughes will be i n Ed-
mond Sept. '23 and 24.
For boots and shoos at bed rock
prices, go to W. II. Tuttle.
.Tolm KadcliflT, aged Gr> years, a
highly respected citizen of Canadian
county, residing near Mathison post
ofl'ice, was struck by a bolt of lighten-
ing and instantly killed, at Yukon,
Friday afternoon of last week. Mr.
KadcIlfT leaves a wife, three sons and
two danehterg to mourn his loss. The
interment took place in the local
cemetery Saturday at 5 p. m.
1 M.-il at about 4. in., Monday morn-
in : at the rcsldenco of 11. Baxter of
Kdm i. Mrs. James Haxter, of Hart-
zell. Mrs Haxter came to Edmond a
few weeks ago, in order to secure bet-
ter medical treatment and stopped
„m,0,l.in„ , , , „ with II. Baxter's family in the vain
Win l: ruford, one of the anbatan- • j. .,[ . ' ' "UU ' Un 1J,' hore that she might bo restored to
..! .. . icwoertonas groomsman. He v. T.
Adams to Miss Chrissie Duggan.
The wedding was a quiet affair, only
Mrs. T. J. Fowler and son, after a a few intimate friends and relatives
ten days visit with 11. 3). Totts and being j resent to witness the ensealing
family, returned Monday, to her home, of the hvnieneal vows. A few mo-
at Ardmore, I. T. ments after eight the wedding march
Marshal Fox left Monday morning j P',,4'ed aud the bridal party were
for a ninth's visit in Ill'nois. The; "sl"'red inlo the parlors of the Duggan
council appointed Shep. Stecn to net homo> Mi«s Nol Jacson, one of the
as marshal during Mr. l-'ox's absence, j the Hartvil!'-* Higli School. I
tial citizens of Milo, Mo., purchasi
v, health. Mr. J as. Haxter and family
V'1 a. ul M' l" (have the sympathy of the community,
oil.™ted aLdiotm the ha1;I.y twain | TI..-f.mcra! t^k p!ace at 5 P. m., the
, , ' ! hiirjf.in the interment in oemetery near Hartzell.
ueautiful and accomplished eighteen-j —
I ) ear old daughter of 1. \Y. Duggan, I Advertised Letter List.
Kansas City Star and Sun the past week 11. D. IMIPs farm on
DEMOcnAT $4.00 in advance. i Deer Creel:, lln'i is an excellent
, -77 7-7" i farm as d Mr. 1\. r. 2\.nl will make it
iteorge lxoiu-li, ot Oklahoma ('hv, , .
__ . , c . ... , . , *| his future home.
spent Sunday with his parents. j
Jarics Kwiehen" cTf~jTtl r s V des-ased liver declares itself by ; a prominent memb i of the iIart\illo I List of letters remaining uncalled
Sunda • wUh '■•em'ii'in f'i'i i n 1 8^°nt! moroseness, mental depic . ion, lack j bur. She 13 a young Jady of graceful ^l>r ^,l> p(,'tofllce of Kdmond, Okla.
'of energy, restlessness, melancholy I carriage, sweet disposition and is be- j ^or week ending Sept. ];l, 1809.
and cow.-' .1 i en Hi :uim. will re j i-vcd by a h ' of friends. Mr. < • D, Calloway, Miss Lucy Hard ay,
stor.- the liver ! a healthy condition. Adams, wlio at present i> at>si: f. -it Mrs. ()U< Howard, II. H. Hudson,
T> LODCF NO. i
llrtll ' t i'- H . r
'} ;■ • : iHiitluift are
P. mPf'f at
• p. m. Mem -
iuviv d to at tc-ad,
, 1-. ..f 3, and S.
• 1 in >:ido 1*1
i iii n' :i o'clock
1 r iu ,:uod etaud-
A. ' Hon-. "oc
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u fa\ or t'. Ij • : i <
TKKai rom.vn o. / iciaa.
Ci. -•-.ius M. Har.-ti
. 91. Jonkitic
Attoi • y (-eueral. .
U. 8, V urabal
f*. S. \ltlT;u y
.!.-. ,• -1'i'tiuisn; 1)Ji
. .A'. Harry Tlicn , m-ii
.t'uuiUel !. Ovi 1 11
.i.J(. Urn ford
1 A . (i. t . Hu-rer
[ Jno ('. Tarsnoy
1 11. F. Harwell
t J. L. McAU- .
R' Ki'tor of Decile..
. , ..onto Judge. . ..
..(i. W. (.'opcl.-.nd.
l(ii Imrd ( u.Tro
\V. I. Alt • r
W B.Taj lo
.J. P. H.11 naril.
Vlir.'V )• . :uti
1 P v\ ildvl ttili.
J .1 !. H« Uitibi.ii
Geo. It. Klein
I. W.•.'< mp
TriiBft's: (i. 11. Ian las. Hjowu, C.« .
l-rni.t r. S. M , WrsU •, \\ . I ili. !
Ju . Hrowu Pietidcnt «>: tlic liounlof Tnib-
fierman Lntlteriin MMtirc y Sunday nt '!
a. in. •• 1 • m 1;. > 1 I" I ■:< m
public fcliMfl-hui;: • «>pp(>.;u to tbu Pn-hby-
teriau cburcb in Edmond.
Bai-tist—rrenchirK every Sunday at 11 a. 1 i
and 8 p.m. B. Y. P. U. Sunday at 1p.m.
bundaj School ot 10 a. in.
Cncicn ot t'linn : • Ft.urth Lordb'a Day
ca b in out b. J.T, Huown, £vai)r,li ',
: at Edmond, 11 a
_ n i ilrd bi.li! t;h of
eacii'month, ^crvic .- J)m;i rioik.it ilu.
m.ou ^udaud tth ^tlbbi;lh, each u
Thfl Young I'coj ie'B S.ciityoft hint an tin-
doavor (Union) motsts at the l'i ii iU
el'U.ch ovcry WedlM 1 ' MWiHf St
Snnday School at Kdn.oud 9:tr, r. r\ eveiy
but.'sy. Bkv.C. W. Kebf, t'aator.
FIRST METHODIC T EPISCOPAL CIiniCH.
Bt'M'AY BKUV 11 ESI
Pfoach inn Service •
Epwortb Lcnuac Service .
...12 AH) in,
....1 ito p.m.
.... 8 .*00 p. m
When you need anything in the
clotuing line (iilion W. II. Tuttle.
Spmmer Lap Dusters fur 25c. and
upwards at Fdmond Harness .Shop.
We carry a complete liue of staple
and faney groceries. W. H. Tuttle.
School books and school supplies i:
unlimited quantities, J. W. Howard.
Uryson Leonard, living on Bluff
Creek, was very ill the tore part of
Dr. (i. A. Hughes, Guthrie's lead
ing d'-ntist will be in Edmond Sept.
23 and 24.
C. V. Fggleston started yesterday
morning on a ten days trip to
Wanted—500 bushels peach seeds;
will pay the highest market price at
Dr. O. A. Hughes, of Guthrie, will
be at the residence of 11. D. Potts, on
Sept. 23 and 24.
Ilorn lo the wife of Simeon Hartman
Sunday morning, a boy. Mother and
child doing nicely.
Leslie Whitaker has so far recovered
from his reccnt illness, that he is able
Lo come down town.
Horn to the wife of Joshua i'em-
berton Tuesday, a boy. Mother and
child getting along nicely.
When in need of a good pair of
pants call and sec me.
Philip L. Holmes has so far recov
ored from his recent severe illness a i
to bu able to come down town.
Will pay the highest market price
for potatoes! delivered at Kdmond or
Jones City. Samuel Lon .
Get your lee Cream and
Ice Cream Soda at the
Normal Confectioner y.
Served every day.
John Meyer and family will leave
to-morrow for Oklahoma Ciiy, where
they will reside ia the future. Mr.
Meyer has accepted a position in
Frank Men ton's place.
KsiliodUat Kpiaeopal Church Boutb .
ertrj aacoudSnnd ) it 11 a n . an I 7:30 p.
tl,.. juthorr.-KUf .iatt rhurch.
ivhv. J. NV. Jouu.vs , r ti r.
Catholic—Ill>,rh mass and pi riuon at 10
a. ns., third Sunday of
Father >■ tier, Pas
J. B. WATSON, 13. D-
Office with Dr. Howard.
Residence South Broad
Culls Answered Day or Xii lit.
Louies (i I hi Cnihhcn s Diseases a
Oflioo Over People's Bank. Ileal
cJence one block east.
.W. C0M1', M.D.
Oiliec on Broadway, oprcslte
Carey, Lombard Lumber co.
EDMOND. - O, T
Price 50c. Howard Drug C
A Grocery and Meat Market located
at Calhoun, Mo., will sell for cash
exchange for farm in Oklahoma; poor
health necessitates change. Address
Lotk Box No, 1, Calhoun, Mo. 11-14.
John Burns i3 improving his prop-
erty on main street. The building
formerly occupied by John WIngler
and family has been placed on a stone
foundation and an addition 16 by 34
feet in size and two stories high, will
be erected as soou as possible. Fea-
rer Bros. have the contract.
Free Gift Offer.
We will give a pair of Clover Brand
.■•'hoes to the person that presents at
our store by November 15, the great-
est number of signatures (The Fair)
clipped from any our ads.
Ihe Fair commencing with this
issue, presents a plan whereby anyone
can secure a first class pair of shoes,
by clipping the signature (The Fair)
out of any of their ads and presenting
them at the store on or before Nov. 15,
'99. The person having the greatest
number gets the shoes.
Mis. York will make arrangements
to leach a class in vocal, instrumental
and stringed music, at l'-dmond, if a
sutllcient number make application to
justify her in doing so. Mrs. York
aims to give lessons every Saturday.
For particulars address Mrs C. F.
Yoi:k, Oklahoma City,
The entertainment 1 resented by the
Lewis "Nights of Enchantment" at
the M. L. church Monday evening
attended by a large and appreci-
ative audience. The program was
excellent. Those present express
themselves ns well pleased. The
Lewis' are artists in their line and
fully sustained their enviable repu-
F. Goodman, representing the
Chamberlain Medicine Co., of Des
Moines, Iowa, drov ia from Yukon
ly evening and put up at Hotel
Central. In the n -.ning when lo
For fine quality Suits, l'anta, Shirts ,0 dlv , hi,, ,nts ,ere m;,sing,
etc, at extremely low j.rlcea go to tt t!.,v ft.oro fol:IMl tl.n b:in ot
V 0. L. A. elolhing house. hold, but Ml wateb tod pocket book
(i. B. Ilacey and lid. Silor have were gone, the ltttcr con tallied thirty
gone to the Wichita mourtains on a
hunting expedition. The gentlemen
went in style, taking with them a
Wanted -Peach heeds, will pay 40c
per bushel delivered at Junes City or
Edmond. Samuel Lopp.
Ernest llciss returned Wednesday
night from a two weeks trip to Illi-
nois; ho says a good many farmers in
that section cf the country expect to
come to Oklahoma, this fall.
Orders for Ice Cream and Sherbet
received at the Normal Confectionery,
delivered free of charge at all hours.
I have received my fall samples and
am prepared to make a suit of clothes
in latest style at living prices.
Don't stop to read the sign boards
on the road leading to town, but fol-
low the crowd to W. II. Tuttle's place
Good six room cotta;re, including
hath room, on Normal lliil; good well,
barn aud wood house. Also g^ml
five room cottage and four lots on
Broadway; good cave, well and barn.
For particulars, apply to (Lear
The Weekly Kanca3 City Star and
<UN-Democrat for #1.00.
ars. J. Y. Stecn, deliveryman
for Klein & Baker, found the pocket
book in their wagon the next morning.
It contained a cheek for thirty-six
dollars from th'i hcuse to Mr. Good-
man I" t not a c -nt. N > arrests.
To Cure r
i In c
postmaster at that place, is a son of K'Hnt Shaffer.
Hugh Adams, an Oklahoma capitalist,
who has large landed interests near
that place. The popular young couply
will make Ilartville their future
home." -W right Co. (ilj.) I'rogrp; .
As an external liniment ol most
wonderful penetrative and
curative power, Ballard's Snow
Liniment is not equalled by any other
in the world. Price and 50
Howard Drug Co.
ifi • his calling for the above letters
will 1 ' • say "advertised" and pay
one cvi.t. J. D.Leonard. 1'. M.
A FULL STOCK
Of staple goods, well selected and
up-to-date, at reasonable prices,
with fair ail courteous treatment,
is what you will find at
FORSTER & THOMPSON.
The Appetite of a Goat
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose
stomach and liver are out of order.
All such :'le;';!d know that Dr. King's
.V v, Life Fills, the wonderful Stom-
, -i'It and Liver Remedy, gives a splen- I
did appetite, sound digestion and a 1
j regular I dily habit that insures per-
When you have a farm
You may bridle the appetite, but |.T "f"' "nl>' I
you can not bridle the liver to do its " '' Howard 4. Co s, dmi: |
work well. You must be honest with I
it, help it along a little now and then j
with a dose of Herbixe, the best'.
liver rejMt.'a: >r, lv V cent.-;. Ho'.v- sec "PETE"
ard Drug Co. ANGLE A
He Fooled The Surgeons.
All doctors told Henick Hamilton,
of West Jefferson, O., after suffering
is ,i, nths from Rectal Fistula, he
would die unless a costly operation
was performed, but ho cured himself
with Qvc boxes of Bucklen's Arnica
Salue, the surest pile cure on earth,
and the best salve in the world, 25
e, 'its a box. Sold by Howard & Co.
We are sole agents for
Levering's High Grade
KLEIN & BAKER.
Come to the Star Res-
taurant, opposite the
Peoples Bank. We serve
meals at ail hours.
MRS. GOB. FOX. Prop.
CONFECTION Kit and STATIONER.
School Supplies, Cigars, Tobacco.
Fancy CamhcH and Cannotl
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
Mrs. Holcomb's Itr6ad For Sale.
fTolm Meyer, 1
We have just received a large stock
of fancy and cheap Lap Dusters and
Fly Nets. Call and see tham at the
Edmond Harness Shop.
Cheap Farm Loans can
be had by applying to
WANTED—We will pay V'12.00 a
week salary to cither a man or woman
to represent l!r- Midland Monthly
Magazine as a huhsenptian solicitor.
The Midland is the same si/.9 as Mc-
Clure s or the Cosmopolitan. It is
n /w in its six year and is the only
Magazine of thia kind published in
the great Central West. A handsome
premium given to each subscribe
Send 10 cents tor a copy of
land and premium list to
tieth Century Publishing Co,
Our Harvest of good things bought for the Fall
and Winter trade has been completed. We are pre-
paring now for a harvest of sales, and we are glad
to say that never did the prospect for a rich yield
Goods are arriving daily and arc being placed at
your disposal as rapidly as possible. We have a
great many things to interest you and extend a
hearty invitation to call and look over our goods
even though you may not be ready to buy.
We are showing a largu line of
NOVETY I'LAID SKIItT PATTETINS,
BLACK CKEI'OX SKIRTINGS,
NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS,
I'.VNCY A iD PLAIN SILK WAISTING;',
LATE STYLE TRIMMINGS OF ALL SORTS.
uG ; ART MILLINERY
CLOVER PltAND SHOES
to match line dresses.
An immense iine of cheap goods for House and
A. T 8 F R It
PaRPPiiR* r train no. 107 I I p. m
" 4'ir, U.aip nO
Local froi^lit No. 12.1 10.25 a. in"
PasspuKor train No. 406 VOSn.tn.
" " " ,...:i.00p. m.
Loral frniirht No-420 9.88 a. m.
Tickftn K.,i<|, and baggaKO 'chckotl ^to '.all-
parts of the world
For full partlcnlarH reffardinir routes nud
rates on tickcts, call upon or writo to W. If.
Kobb, AK< nt, who will gladly sivo nil tlio in
W. II. Boon. Agrut.
Mail fron tin-north arrive?at 1:40 p m anil
18 01 a. III.
r. Mail from the south arrives at 5 a m and
MallscloaelO minutesbcforcthe arrlvalof
I'ostoniccopen from 8 a. m.tofl:3o p m
8 unlays " " 9 a. m.to 10 a. in.
* • " 2 p.m. to p. in.
J. I). Lr.« "N'ARD, 1*. M.
List Your Farms With
H- Q- Angles..
Loanes made at reason-
able Rates, insurance
Written in Old Line
If you wislito do In:-iness in my
line and roeeive lair treatment, call
on me at Peoples' Hank.
"PKTE" II. C. ANOLRA..
Blotches and excresences, which so
often annoy people, are simply efforts
of nature to throw off impediments to
the proper performance of her dutirs.
Heriune will aid and assist na tare in
her work, and ensure a skin cle u and
beautiful, entirely free from all im-
ard Drug Co.
TO DRESS WELL,
IS TO LOOK WELL"
Every man can ha\ 1 the satis
cents. How-1 faction of lookip '. \\vll by order
| in.uf a suit of dortu > from Henry
Wanted:— Man for the road, to sell
our goods on 30 days time, (i jod i
crencea required. Salary 12.50 perl pu]l ]jKC 0f SPRING and
week 25 per eent coramteion, and e* Ist'MMER .Sample ■ jllSt RCt ivetl,
penses. WIGGINS COMPANY,
Suite 102G Masonic Tcmjile, Chicago.
1G0 acres, live miles northwst of
Edmond. Seven room house, stable;
about 1,000 fruit trees, consisting of
peach, apple and cherry. A growing
vineyard and some current bushes.
The above will bo sold nt a very
reasonable price; it is in all respects a
comfortable home. Apply at this
For sale or exchange all
j kinds of town property.
H, C Anglea.
Henry Ha" n. Tho Tailor,
H. IT. MOOS£
REAL ESTATE AND
PENSION AGENT NO-
TAHY PUBLIC AND
t)eodi, Mortgages and all Legal Instrument
fare folly Drawn.
OFFICE IN TOWN HALL.
OKLAHOMA Uin'tl folic,
! iit-iaed;. .
Chronic Diarrhoea Cured.
This is to certify 'hat. I have had
chronic diarrhoea ever Bince the war.
I gut so weak I could hardly walk or
do anything. One b,->f Chamber-
Iain's Co (h i Diarrhoea
tlemedy t .- .• m r. 1 an'1. -,vc!l.
J. 11. en.' First'.le. V.i.
I had 1 1 1 uiar--'. ; I r twelve
ytnra, Thrjn bi;th . of C!..i.i.b:.-r-
Cl. lora ;;ud Diarrhoea
White';: t'remu Vermifuge is per-
fectly harmless, and will remove every
worm. It b also a Ionic, and by its] We never refure n bus ill the proI
strengthening propu-tios v.i.l restore l^c our regular brin;; in.j
topaleohi ikathero#rhue of totltb«| .',l* 1,1 ! '■
1 .. I wants of the people are not new to
and we have spared no pain
j. j, si:
Price c' . li >w:;ni Dr.; : Co.
• i our efforts to get what the people -
The pain of a burn or scald Is al- want.
me i in i -.nt!/ relieved by applying I Our success is proven by the in-j
Chamborlaia's Pain: Balm. It also crease in our business, it is more than
heala the injured parts more quickly i double what it was the lirst i\\
than any other treatment, and with-11110 *1' ,
barn very severe does r,„ ^ ;
leave 1 ear, lor sale by Howard , , uiamiliotli lioltles ol 1.!:; . -r
Orag Co. ing ISC
Kr.r.saa City Weekly Star rent to Inclusive.ftle of C. IMJalilng Powder,
any one who pay,, year, sub3erirtl.,:i | '4 ^ ® ;; 2JC j
§1.00, oatheM . I)e : > ;iat.
k Largo Slock oi'
High Grade Bicyclcs. | judge m. c. white.
Warranted fir t cl illtoOTaey-At-Laire
Reasonable prices and j
- PATENTS —
CAV IiATS, Tit IDEMAIIKS,
Twelve years experience in the
preparation of Drawings, Speelilctt*
tions and Claim;.
Frank P. Sm eard, I'.ogistered
Patent Att'y, Mechanical Expert, Ed-
ri-,'- •' 1 j
Suffer excruciating pain, l?e
sides the ui!- : ''! ' appear-
ance of decayed teeth, when
you can ave them treated by
a thorough and competent
have over 2^,0^ teeth tc
felt fitting stt/ro
Every Operation uuaran
c A. n;ci: i:>
The Send-Weekly Republic lias | xin: Lhadi.-.o Di:nti i
HIE SEMI-WEEKLY REPUBLIC
I Candy per pound...
List your f<-.- v
A full line • -.[ dried fr ' . . and can-
, B. RaW, M. D.
Hetli V .. (■
1", V '..
Ca: ' 1 lew
Special attentien ; cn to
Diseases, Orificial Sir v C " iJ:\i-
tiOHSy Catarrhs w
> IVomeM ami ' v.
tlfficc Under Ccn'.-.il Hall, Id
prominent farm rs and re.ide
Fiucastle, Va. Hey procured
remedy from Mr. W. L. Cacper, a
rcu/tar ! druggist ot that i :,\ce, who m well
acquainted with tin in :',nd v. ill
r :, cotton i
the neeUU'-' - '"r • •*
«T9 repaired. v
1 puli'-y s and r
lOld. Bievie' •
ncd Kond ' -.v
j Wc handle the
:.iug 25c. I Cups and tauter
. Sewing Plat-:
for ti ■ truth
of their state:
;rd Di ul' Co.
i ''ut am
1 tldi\ idu.il Ku
Wc eoold na
i China-w are, i
. II - Of bar-
ic in ani' <
A ut for Crf ' i 'nt Bicycles,
Cbainles.i nml other
i!,'l irin£ and
liicjcle siindriea nspecinllty.,
Alex. McDonald, !
>, rt cnHYi.ir.HIl
B ** OBJAIIHEO
v .Mj.rcr.as to r ir'iTABiir y
ti • lcwtoobt' ! aU.-l.ll." (J B *
, mttdorc' fc tl'l na'.ont '*
LUIt. r"tlftlrooi'MdenJ ... A>. lr.«,
P .. ..f-RC^M^U.1*-. ^'<1 cjvO.
I Office in City Hall.
< HENE'S STRAWBERRYr>
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Kerwin, J. J. The Edmond Sun--Democrat. (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, September 15, 1899, newspaper, September 15, 1899; Edmond, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc142142/m1/3/: accessed September 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.