The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 8, 1907 Page: 2 of 4
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August Clearance Sale
The GRAND LEADER commences its big: clearance sale of summer goods FRIDA Y, AT ~
Q-UST and closes August 17. Prices will be the lowest ever made on the summer goods==cost not con-
sidered==Write us for a circular telling about this big* sale
RAILROAD FARE PAID
Eight Days of Bargain Giving
on the basis of one mile each way
for every dollar purchased. Buy
a round trip ticket and show re=
turn portion when asking your
Sale Begins Friday the 9th
Closes Saturday the 17th
Your Money Bac-k
Published every Wednesday by
The Sun Printing Company.
A. I). BAILEY, Editor.
It. W. HARMON, Maimer. «
TERMS $i oo l'er Year.
Entered ut, ttie Po totHco ut Edmond, O. T
for transmittal through the mulls us second
SlaHH mall matter.
THURSDAY, AUG. 8, 1907
KEPUBI'lpANS MAKE GOOD BE-
' The repblican party of great-
er Oklahoma enters into the
first political contest in the his-
tory of the state, full of hope
and vigor and there is every
reason to believe that the state
ticket is a winner and that the
republicans will elect the ma-
jority part of their ticket in
half or more of the counties in
the new state. The ticket
nominated at Tulsa is an ex-
ceptionally strong one, headed
by that magnificent young man,
Frank Frantz, the hero of San
Juan hill and a man who lias
proven himself worthy of the
people as chief magistrate of
this territory, for the impor-
tant office of governor of Great-
er Oklahoma. The remainder
of the ticket is exceptionally
strong, the cadidates are well
located geographically and are
ready and anxious to enter into
the contest. A majority of
the candidates 011 the state
ticket are young men of rare
ability, good campaigners and
that they are confidents win-
mug at the polls Sept 17, was
shown by their eagerness to
secure a place on the ticket.
has at, last evolved a scheme
for beating the trusts that
looks good l'rom this distance.
It is so simple that the wonder j
is 110 one lias thought of it be-1
fore. The plan is when a trust
is convicted of law breaking
and directed to dissolve, not to
leave the dissolution to the offi-
cers of the trust. This has
been tried with scant effect a
number of times, but to put j
the whole thing into the hands]
of a receiver and run it for the 1
benefit of the stockholders till
a dissolution is really effected
Physical skill, endurance and prow
ess—these were the things |)iat com-
manded respect in the wild west. And
what mills of violence and torture the
old melees were! To maul and bat-
ter a victim till he was jelly, to leave
a life-mark of victory upon the van-
quished, and then to celebrate tho
Olympian event by getting gloriously
drunk with your friends on new whis-
ky—this was fame and sport. It was
a tame fight in which one of the con-
testants did not lose a part of his
car, or have his nose bitten ofT, but
the acme of skill and power lay in
plucking out your opponent's eye. In-
deed, "eye-gouging," as it was called,
was a road to glory, and the threat
"I'll measure your eyestrings was tho
highest taunt.—From "Simon Kenton,
Call on Charles Wallingford, or
'phone No. 101, for any kind of
teamwork. J. 25-A. 1,8,15.
Go to Hiatt's soda fountain
when you want a cool and re-
Having sold my harness busi-
ness and desiring to close up my
books, I wish all parties knowing
themselves indebted to me by
book account or past due note to
call and settle.
L. S. Bagley.
Hill's Business College.
Oklahoma Citv, <*kla. !
A. C. Spears accepted a position as
stenographer and bookkeeper with the |
Backus Gas Heater Co., at Kansas |
C'ijy, Mo., at $75 per month,with good j
chance for promotion.
Ger'd Tonjjes has a splendid posi- \
tion with the Santa Fe R. It. at Well- j
inffton, Kans., at $(KI per month.
W. .1. House accepted a position
with the Cha'raberlin Metal Weather
| Strip Co. Mr. House had not finish-
ed his course, hut we knew he could
i hold the position so we let him take
i We have not been able to graduate
a single student since we have been in
Oklahoma City, owing to the great de-
mand for our students. We want at
least one hundred young people to en-
roll witli us now to fill the good posi-
tions offered us. In order to induce
them we are going to make the best of-
fer we ever did make or ever expect to
make again. If you want a position
now is the time to enroll with us.
A boy or girl who will enroll with
Profited ay c.rror.
"When I opened the door," said the
flat dweller, "my ice man stood there.
He looked very meek and humble, to
" 'I will fix tbat Ice bill you thought
was too exorbitant,' he told me.
'Perhaps it was. I will cut it down.'
"He had gotten me mixed up with
somebody else. I hadn't complained,
but that didn't keep me from getting
out the bill and letting him cut it
down all right enough."
us now can get through at least a
The ticket nominated at Ok- month sooner than if they wait until
lahoma Citv, Wednesday, iB I September, when nearly everybody
. ; else is going.
OHB ot Ji0 best tickets ev*i From now until September 1st we
nominated by any political will make a life scholarship in either
party in Oklahoma. It is com- commercial or shorthand department
1 e ui ut $30 or in both for $K0. This is a
posed of men well known to „ . . , , ,, .
$10 reduction. In uddition to this we
the people of the connty, men will pay the Student's fare to school
in whom all voters can place an'1 lf he finds things have i>een mis-
explicit confidence, men of abil- ^l"' sen,ed we W1" l'u> tll(' return
ity, honest> and eneigy. t)llr representative is enrolling stu-
dents every day. Last week he en-
The course of the San Fran- rolled three in one family, in fact the
cisco grafting prosecutions flim'b 'or the combination
,. , ... ... course. We have enrolled 1X1 stu-
seems to indicate that it is still <iei)U in 1.s than six months. ti,,
a good deal safer to give bribes shows the popularity of our m-hool.
than it is to receive them. Write today for catalogue.
Talk about your breakfast foods,
A thousand you can see;
I would not have them as a gift,
Hut would havHoeky Mountain Tea
City Drug Store.
The Cow as a Machine.
As an illustration of the efficiency
of a good "cow, as a machine for the
manufacture of nrllk and butter from
grain, the record is given of a Hol-
stetln cow at the age of three years,
which, during one year produced milk
amounting to 18,573 pounds, or over
nine tons of milk containing G20
pounds of butter. The net profit fig-
ured irt maintaining, such a cow is
stated at about $156 per annum.
A Paradox Explained.
Minerva was the goddess of wisdom
and yet she fought about taking the
beauty prize," sneered the young
My son," mildly replied the old
philosopher, "that merely proves she
was wise to the ways of man."
Do you want relief—ill
just a few moments and
no bad after-effects.
If so, you have only to
take, Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
If subject to headache,
have them with you al-
ways. No harm can come
from their use, if taken as
directed, as they contain
110 opium, chloral, mor-
phine, cocaine, chloro-
form. heroin, alpha and
beta eucaine, cannabis in-
dica or chloral hydrate, or
A. !: your druirgist about
"It "ives me £T«?°t rl?oa"no to be
nl" ivfor to ; 1 -. Mies Artl-
rain Pills ;:s t: I • r. r< *n ny we have
. vr ' d !n < ..!• ini toreven-
tkon <• ■ ( •!.'■ of ho?i«l;!?he. My wife
X }■ I,.- 11 Ji toils'. :u for
v irn > th t':o pvo ~ "vrrl -irt, joins
ne in r - i r 3 • '• :i< •' Anti-
i\ t in Pills, m • r - v v fall into
the hands of ■ '! \ ' o rv*"
J. i. BUSH, Watervlcit, N. \.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by
your drucjgist, who vv M ruarr-ritce that
the first p-'ek.-^e will benefit. If it
fails, he will return vour money.
25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold In bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Hill's Business College
Has the best equipment, the best teachers and the best courses of
any school in the state. Each teacher a specialist. Penmanship
teacher teaches notaing but penmanship, Commercial teacher noth-
ing but bookkeeping and other commercial studies; Shorthand
teacher nothing but shorthand and typewriting.
We have the best penman in the state of Oklahoma if not in
the southwest. Send for free sample of his writing.
Through mail course given in bookheeping, shorthand and
penmanship.. Send for sample of work. Prices very reasonable.
Send us the names of youg people thinking of going to a
business school and v.e will send you one-half dozen cards with
any name written on same. Special rates given now. Write TO-
DAY. This means YOU.
Hill's Business College,
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
16 1=2, 18 1-2 W. Main St.
In Effect March 1st to April 30th
. Go the Mountain Way. Insist that your ticket reads via
W. S. PATTEN, President
J. W. HOWARD, Vice-Pres
J. M. ANGLEA,' Cashier
C. H. PROFFITT, Asst. Cash.
First National Bank
OF EDMOND, OKLA
TERRITORIAL AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.00
W. s. Patten, J. W. Howard, C. J. Patten, I. W. Rodkey, J. M. Angle*
. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR KENT
COLORADO - MIDLAND - RY. BARRE55 8t BRYANT
ROUGH TOURIST CARS
San Francisco ^
Algeria is importing Ameri-
can wasps to kill horseflies.
This ought to be a suggestion
for Morocco. We could easily
spare her a few toxic germs to
turn loose on Raisouli.
The department of justice
Everything in ladies
white shoes must be sold.
Price with us is no object.
McCredie Alerc. Co.
(Aliove rates apply front Missouri River common points and west
thereof. 11:i . s east of the river sli/htly higher. /j
Ask K Li. r EAKKiS. Genet*! A-rent, 219 H. 14th St., Omaha
MORELL LAW . <;>•.,eral Agent, Sliii tfheidley BUI*.. Kansas City
or your own local ajfent on any railroad, nr
C. H. SPEEjlS, Gen. Pass. Agt., Denver, Colorado
THE PIONEER GROCERS OF EDMOND
Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Fruits and
Vegetables always on hand
Exclusive agents for the celebrated
HUNTER'S CREAM FLOUR
We pay the highest market price for farm produce. Phone 58.
SEND IN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO THE Suin
BUY YOU A BUILDING SITE
close to the Normal, close to the post
office and banks. Look at those lots
fronting the park
.... IN LAKE PARK
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Dailey, A. D. The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 8, 1907, newspaper, August 8, 1907; Edmond, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc150108/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.