Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 122, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 16, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
TO THE READERS of the EAGLE
WHO LIVE IN ENID!
Last year, during the third week in February, The
Eagle accepted yearly subscriptions, paid in advance, for
$3.95. A great many took advantage of that offer, which,
besides embodying a considerable saving, relieved them of
the annoyance of paying for the paper weekly or monthly.
All those subscriptions will expire next week. They may
be renewed on the same terms, but during next week—
not before or after. If you want The Eagle delivered at
your home for another year at this low price, get your
money to the office any time between 7:30 Monday morn-
ing, Feb. 15, and 9:00 p. m. Saturday evening, Feb. 20.
This will probably be the last chance to buy a sub-
scription to The Eagle at such a low rate. The increasing
cost of white paper, labor, and the other elements which
go to make up a newspaper, together with improvements
contemplated, will doubtleps render it necessary to raise
the price to fifty cents per nionth, straight. So if you ex-
pect to continue reading th? paper, it will pay you to take
advantage of this latt bargain effer.
fllvMEMBKK, NOT BEFORE MONDAY, FEB. 15, NOR
AFTER SATURDAY, FEB 20.
(First Published in Enid Eagle, Feb.
6, 1909.)—2 It.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
State of Oklahoma, County of (Jar-
lie. d, ss: In the District Court of
F. M. English, Plaintiff,
11. Kody, Defendant.
Said defendant, H. Kody, will take
notice that he has been sued in the
above named court, and that the
Plaintiffs petition setting forth fully
the said plaintiff's cause of action is
fi ed in said court, and pertains to
the title and to the defendant's tax
deed to lots three (3) and four (4)
and the south one-half (1-2) of the
northwest quarter (1-4) of section
five (5), township twenty (20) north
of range four (4) W. I. M., Garfield
county, Oklahoma, and the said de-
fendant must answer the petition
Hied therein by said plaintiff, on or
before the 22nd day of March, 1909,
or said petition will be taken as true,
and a judgment for said plaintiff in
said action for decree canceling and
holding for naught the tax deed now
held by defendant to said described
property and the title of plaintiff
I quieted in him, will be rendered ac-
F. M. FILLEBROWN.
Clerk of Said Court.
CHALMERS B. WILSON.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
2 6 2It
The Parker Hardware Co.
Successor to Gibbs Hdw. Co.
Hardware, Tinware, Cut ery
116 Independence Ave.
West Side Square
Of course, "amount of
I space used" is not every-
thing in advertising. But
I just in the pursuit of
wisdom, keep track for a
time of the amounts used
by the various stores in
this newspaper, and see
| if you could not safely i
classify the store accord-
A Perfect Topographical Minature of the
THE WORLD'S NEWEST and GREATEST
Seaport and Deep Water Harbor
Now on Exhibition
Every ENID NAN should see it. A great economic problem solved lor the
West snd Southwest by the openinf of this sesport to the commerce of the wor|d
Dr. Homer T. Wilson
The Silver Tongued Orator, will Lecture on
The Golden Gate of Texas
At 120 E. Broad. Feb. 15-16-17-18
3:00 P. M. ADMISSION FREE : 12 41
Notice to Licensed Sidewalk Contrac-
(First published in Enid Eagle Feb-
ruary 8, 1909.) lOt
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of the City Clerk of the City of
Enid, Oklahoma, until twelve o'clock
noon 011 the 19th day of February,
1909, for the construction of cement
sidewalk in front of the following
Lots 5 and 6, block 50, original
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, block 49,
Lot 1, block 4 8, original townsite.
Lots 7 and 8, block 48, original
Lot 3, block 47, original townsite.
Lot 8 block 47, original townsite.
Ix)t 1, block 50, original townsite.
Lot 16, block 27, original townsite.
Lot 1, block 27, original townsite.
Lots 1 and 2, block 27 (put to
grade), original townsite.
Lots 29, 30, 31 and 32, block 1,
Reed Addition to Reed Hill Addition.
Lots 13 and 14, block 2, Reed
Section Add. to Reed Hill Add.
Lots 9 and 10, block 2, Reed Ad-
dition to Reed Hill Addition.
Lots 17, 18 and 19, block 1, Reed
Second Addition to Reed Hill Add.
Lots 20, 21 and 22, block 1, Reed
Second Addition to Reed Hill Add.
Lots 23 and 24, block 1, Reed
Second Addition to Reed Hill Add.
Lots 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30,
block 1, Reed Add. to Reed Hill Add.
Lots 8 and 9 and east half lot 10,
block 2, Reed Second Add. to Reed
Lots 11 and 12, block 3, Arling-
Lots 1 and 2, block 4, Arlington
Lots 11 and 12, block 2, Arlington
Lot 16, block 2, Arlington Add.
Lots 13, 14 and 15, block 44, Ken-
Lots 32, block 32 (put to grade),
Lot 1, block 35 (put to grade),
Lot 3, block 6, Weatherley's Sixth
Said work shall bo done in accord-
ance with the plans and specifications
of the City Engineer of the City of
Enid, Oklahoma, on file in the office
of the City Clerk, and no bids will
be considered except those of li-
censed sidewalk ocntractors.
The contractor will be required to
execute a construction bond to the
City of Enid in the sum of One
Thousand Dollars ($1,000) condi-
tioned to save the City of Enid and
all property owners interested harm-
less from any damages that may
arise on account of the improper ex-
ecution of said work, and the con-
tractor will be paid for said improve-
ments in tax warrants issued by the
City against the abutting property.
Each bidder will be required to ac-
company his bid with a certified
check in the sum of Fifty ($50) dol-
lars as a guarantee of good faith,
and the said bids will be opened by
| the City Clerk at the Council Cham-
bers on the 19th day of February,
The Council reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
E. R. LEE,
C. H. SEXTON,
lOt Sidewalk Inspector.
Best lump coal in town $6.00 per
ton, union mined. Phone 188. Peo-
i pies Ice Co. 1 6 tf
THE SALTY DOG
Billiard,. Pool, Imported and
Domestic Cifars and
the proper place
for proper amusement
FOR. proper. pejple
BIG PAPER PRAISES COMMON INTERESTS
ENID ENTERPRISE OE NATION'S SHOWN
OMAHA WEEKLY WITH 1<X
One of the best advertisements
which Enid and the stock show nas
had thus lar is contained in tho msi
issue of the 'twentieth Century
warmer, a weekly paper of lo.ty
pages with a circulation of 100,-
ouu, pub.ished at Omaha, Neb., and
which goes to an the prominent
Dreouors n the western part oi the
i nited Stales and to thousanus of
COXKKIIY\TIOX MOVEMENT IS
llKLN<ilN<; AMERICAN COUN-
Washington, Feb. lf>. Keen inter-
est is manifest as to what will be the
program of subjects of the North
Ame.ican Conservator conference be-
tween representatives of Canada,
Mexico, and the I'nited States, in
this city, February 18. In his let-
ter to President Diaz, of Mexico and
Lord Grey, of Canada, President
Roosevelt outlined as the purpose of
otuc-1'B. because a strong euttonai rnnf(,th„ ,.onBideration of
complimenting th.s cliy on tlie cn- , |ntl.r,,9t8 involved In the
teniae shown. reciting the aucceax L0Illiervat0n of na(ura| resources"
of Stock snows ana saies helu here ,he ,ire„araton of ..a gmlera|
in the past, ana predicting great ])lan adapU,d l0 promoU( the welfare
things along that line tor tho future, of the nations concerned." There Is
ii news aceo nt ot the building of tit
pavilion is given which will greatiy
advertise that event. Frank Kirk in-
terested the Twentieth Century
r armor in what is going on here
during bis recent stay in Denver and
tne atticie printed below lrom the
paper referred to is one of the splen-
id results of that trip. The Farmer
"in February, 1907, the Oklahoma
Improved Live Stock Breeders' asso-
ciation held their eleventh annual
convention at Emd, Okia. On the
same dates the Enid Chamber of
commerce held a line stock show,
there were 61o head ot fine stock on
exhibition, and something like 200
head sold at public auction. This was
die la.gest snow and sa.e ever held
in Oklahoma, and the biee^e^a vou.
unanimously to uoid tho next annual
meeting, show and sate at Enid. Mr.
F. S. Kirk, who had managed the
former show and sale was selected to
manage the one to be held in Feb.
1908. There was 817 head of stock
on exhibition at this show, and about
400 head sold at public auction. This
show was recognized as the largest
one ever held in America under like
conditions, namely, free entrances,
free stalls, free bedding for all stock,
and free admittance to everybody.
The total amount of premiums paid
was more than $5,000, and all of this
money was donated by the business
men of Enid, and the breeders in the
surrounding country. The show and
sale was held in tents placed .in the
streets of the city. The success of
same fully demonstrated the need of
a modern live stock show and sales
Mr. F. S. Kirk, donated forty acres
of ground adjoining the townsite, and
raised the money to erect a modern
live stock sales pavilion. This build-
ing is now under course of construc-
tion; it is being constructed of con-
crete. The building is 700 feet long,
has stalls for 1,000 head of stock,
seats for 5,000 people, and an arena
large enough to exhibit 300 head of
stock at one time, all under one roof.
"It will have electric lights, steam
heat, and all other modern conven-
iences. It is forty feet longer than
tho Dexter Park ainpitheater at Chi-
cago, making it the longest building
of this character n the world. The
stock pavilions at Chicago. Kansas
City, Fort Worth and Denver were
all constructed with money furnish-
ed by the stock yards, packing
houses and the parent live st.oCK
associations. The building at Enid
is being constructed solely by money
furnished by the citizens of Enid,
and breeders of Oklahoma. None of
the packing houses, stock yards or
parent associations were solicited at
all. This building was constructed
for the sole purpose of encouraging
the live stock business, and building
up the live stock interests of Okla-
homa. It will be opened with a fine
stock show commencing March 25.
More than $5,000 will be paid in i
cash premiums for fine stock of all |
breeds. The same libera* terms will
be made to the stockmen. They will
be furnished free stalls for all the
stock on exhibition, and all exhibi-
tors will be furnished free admis-
sions. Grain and hay will be furn-
ished at the regular retail price, no
extra charge will be permitted. There
has been a large number of entries
already made for this show from the
states north and east.
It is expected that fully 2,000
head of registered stock will be on
exhibition at this show, and the man-
agement will endeavor to make this
show the largest In America, and ex-
pect to reach this result inside of
five years. Every breeder in the
United States should write F. S.
Kirk of Enid, Okla., for a premium
list, and see what Oklahoma is do-
a pretty well defined feeling, how-
ever, that definite topics will have to
be discussed. That the Canadians
take this view is indicated by the
fact that they have sent to the Na-
tional Conservation Commission
compilations of specific regulations
governing the dis|>osal of their nat-
Last summer's forest fires on both
sides of the line between the United ,
States are so recent in the minds of
both countries that undoubtedly the
possibility of some co-operative
scheme of fire protection is likely to
be touched on. There are other im-
portant international questions con-
cerning natural resources which ran
hardly fail of consideration.
The Canadian and Mexican dele-
gates to the conference are coming
i prepared to contribute suggestions
I as well as to receive them. Their
representatives at the international
meeting will be prominent special-
ists on the various phases of the
subject to be discussed. Conserva-
tion has not been limited to the
United States. Early last year, for
instance, every acre of the public
timberlands in British Columbia, ex-
cept what has been leased, was plac-
ed in forest reserves. This action
was taken to check waste fry bring-
ing the care and cutting of timber
resources more effectually under gov-
ernment control. The action affect-
ed 150,000,000 acres—as much land
as was put into all national forests of
this country up to 1907. In the
Yukon all water power rights are
granted for only twenty years and
at the expiration of that time their
control reverts to the public. The
water power question is now one of
the most important and far reaching
before the United States today. Pres-
ident Diaz of Mexico, has a compre-
hensive knowledge of forestry and
undertsands fully the benefits to be
gained by its application. lie is al-
so deeply interested in the improve-
ment of agricultural methods and the
farmers of the country are rapidly
adopting scientific methods. Mexico
has few large waterways but the na-
tion has provided for the expenditure
!of several million dollars for the im-
provement of internal navigation.
Recent discussion in the Canadian
parliament of President Roosevelt's
proposal for co-operation for the
conseravtlon of the natural resources
of the whole continent indicates that
the support of the conservation
movement in the Dominion wil be as
moveemnt nonpartisan as It is in
the United States. R. L. Borden,
leader of the opposition, was as en-
thusiastic in his support as Sir Wil-
frid Laurler, the premier, who ex-
pressed his deepest approval of the
Special sale of rockers for one week.
See ad. in this issue. Roger & John-
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
BANK OF ENID
As made to the Suite Rank Com mis ft. oner at Close of ItusineHs February
Loans and Discounts $531,691.54
Government Bonds to Secure Enid National Circulation .. 100,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures 7,000.00
Government Bonds $50,000.00
Premium Government Bonds 6,4 4 9.4 2
Due from United States 150.00
Warrants, Garfield County, Enid School and
Enid City 70,699.GO
Cash and due from Banks 326,154.75
INCREASE IN DEPOSITS SINCE LAST STATEMENT, NOV. 27,
1008, NOT INCLUDING GOVERNMENT DEPOSITS, $IK|
Capital Stock $100,000.00
Circulation, Enid National Bank. 100,000.00
Interest, Exchange and Profits 7,370.77
Croevrnment Deposit . 45,000.00
Deposit . . . . 828,637.01
We, O. J. Fleming, President, Frank II. Letson, Cashier, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Is true.
O. J. FLEMING, President.
FRANK II. LETSON, Cashier.
Subscribed in my presence and sworn to boforo me this 9th day of
February, 1909. ELVA POLSLEY, Notary Public.
My commission expires January 15, 1912.
It's Our Move
As soon as the room just vacated by the poKtofflre is ready for
us. Iii our new quarters. We shall be better able than ever
before to serve the piano buying and music loving public.
We assure you that we shall make every effort to merit your
continued patronage and confidence.
Better values than elsewhere.
Most liberal terms.. Most complete stock of everything.
Music, music books. Victor Machines. Edisou Phonographs and
Asher & Jacobus
OLIUCST ESTABLISHED MUSIC HOUSE IN ENII).
Pieratt- Whitlock Realty Co.
Last chance to secure
Rplmnrti R1n**Lc and lots at present prices. Prices
UCllllUIll LMUIK5 raised March 1st. Better buy now
and get benefit of rise.
Fftirvipiv Tranic are selling rapidly. Look them over
VICW ■ itttlo before the best locations are gone^
1-2 mile north of University. Best soil, no waste land, good terms
Third Floor, Chamber of Commerce Building Phone 131
Adam Schaaf Pianos
Are made by reliable and scientific builders, men who guard
against the defects in any of the 1700 parts or seperate pieces
which, when properly put together, constitutes a finished piano.
And finished it isll Its artistic liquid brilliancy illuminates the
soul, the action so light and limnid that one forgets the keys
are really there. The ideal home PIANO.
We Handle the Best Line of Music, Musical Instruments and Teaching Material
FREDERICKSON MUSIC COMPANY
In Same Building with Daily
EMPLOYS UNION LABOF
Southeast corner of Square
W. M. Coxe "agkncy "
105 Enl Bro&dw&y PHONE 193
Fine 160 Acres, chcap lor quick Sale
Two Choice Residence. CLOSE IN.
Fine 160 acre Farm in Illinois to trad«
for Garfield County Property.
A Nice Sightly Lot on East Broad waj
Why not L<at Your Property
Southwest Corner of Square
Homer H. Wilson
Has some fine bargains in city prop-
erty and farms this week.
160 acres only 3% miles from
Enid, with all modern Improvements,
will sell at once $15,000
160 acres, three miles from the
College building $5*500
Two nice one-quarter sectious to-
egther, will trade for city property.
We have a customer who wants
to get a good lot on or close to the
Wo want to list some good large
modern houses to trade for farms.
Five-room house and 37 1-2 ft.
ground, two blocks square. #121250
50x150 ft. on the switch and very
suitable for wholesale business, 6
room house on it $4,000
One of the best corner lots In Ken-
wood to sell at a abrgain, 50x1 50.
Nice four-room cottage to trade
for stock, either horses or cows.
A Farm for $10
IN THE ;
Sunny San Luis Valley
FREE TRIP TO EXAMINE LAND
We Have Divided a 54,000 Acre Tract Into Truck
10 to 1,000 Acres
rCK. FARM AI $200 EACH
$10 CASH AND $10 PER MONTH
No Interest! No T X'«!
We want a reliable and energetic man in every
town to form clubs of 15 prospective purchasers.
We will furnish rourd trip railroad tickets
FREE to one member of each club to inspect
land. We pay liberal commission. Pull particu-
lars upon request.
REFERENCE— Any Bank or Banker in St. Lmis,
Kansas City or Denver.
San Luis Valley Land
and Irrigation Co.
Bank of Commerce Bldg. KANSAS CITY, M0.
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