Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 215, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 17, 1909 Page: 6 of 8
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$1,800 TO BE GIVEN A
~ The Greatest Proposition Ever Offered
$1,800 to Be Given IKway for a Few Hours Labor
A $1200 Automobile or $1200 in Cash to be had for the Asking
OPEN TO EVERYBODY""
Listen to this Wonderful Offer
It is proposed to sell 200 lots in the University Addition in the next 40 days. They are to be sold at
the prices and upon the terms following: These lots range in price from $150 to $350. They are
to be sold for one-fourth cash down, or not less than $50 on the first payment, and the balance in
monthly payments of $10 as per contract to be given purchaser by the Board of the University Promo-
tion and Development Company.
Everybody Throughout the Entire Country
is Authorized to act as Agent
For the sale of these lots and to compete for the premiums offered in this advertisement, except that Real Estate agents in the city
of Enid will be entitled to the usual commission only. These lots MUST be sold in the next 40 days, if possible, to pay off the
indebtedness falling due against the University Buildings, and to induce, as nearly as possible, everybody to aid in this commend-
able undertaking, these lots are offered for less than ONE HALF of what lo+s are selling for in other additions, and these very lib-
eral premiums are offered to agents. This is the most sightly addition in the city and was selected by the committee on location
on account of its peculiar fitness for a great college, and as the University continues to grow this addition will be as densely popu-
lated as any residence part of the city and the property double and thrible in value,
The following premiums will be given away free when these lots are sold; or if within the time
only ioo lots are sold, notwithstanding our endeavor to sell 200, the premiums will be award-
ed just the same
t\ $1200 Automobile
To be selected by the person whose efforts have earned the
premium, or $1200 in cash to the person selling the greatest
number of lots in the University Addition.
$400 in Cash or Two $200Lois
In the University Addition to the person selling the second
highest number of lots in this addition.
$200 in Cash or One $200 Lot
In the University Addition to the person selling the third high-
est number of lots in this addition.
Any and all lots purchased by the agent will be deemed a sale
to his credit; all persons who send purchasers to our office with
a letter or other reliable evidence of their having done so, will
be credited with a sale if a purchase results.
This proposition is submitted confidently believing that it is the most commendable and the most invit-
ing ever presented, in which everybody can profitably and honorably participate. Present this to your
neighbor and write it to your friend—you don't know what a little effort may bring you.
R. W. WHITTINGHILL, University Addition Agent
The Whittinghill Realty and Promotion Company
| Rooms 501502 Chamber of Commerce Building ENID, OKLAHOMA
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Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 215, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 17, 1909, newspaper, June 17, 1909; Enid, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc142553/m1/6/?rotate=270: accessed January 17, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.