The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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. L ILL -T-BTI—r—L—■—i
The Immense Reductions are Bringing
More People Every Day to Our
After - Inventory Sale!
Thi« sai F is a biz advantage in two ways-your gain and our loss. We
25 fhAeLror.b„?:US, ,nve It:
at manufacturer's cost. We will contmue th.s SAU. the entire wt
Come early and get your pick.
BOYS' AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING SPfcCIALS
00WSEY-TH8KAS tUKSI!UHh U!BM!S!
l' j/i uu V'cnnnii vtrooT
iut ii> uxwuim uiiuwi
-:r ■ r-'.na.i'y r'IBK'TfSOF HRf/.P
L'U V" r r -1 n IJ WH-> lonniiuni- uuitu
Boys' School Clothing
Your l oy wants In look his best when
school starts—so do you. •Inst ow hun-
dred f-nitf worth from $3.r>0 to
Special rulnotion lielow regular <ale
$1.98 $2.98 $3.98
Youth's Snappy Styles
.lust the thing for boys goiiifc to
school this fall. One hundred youth's
Suits worth from *UM" I" M-"'-00-
Specinl price for rust of the week
The Furniture 5tore
That Made West Second Street
,14 West Second Street is the number occupied by the Downey-Thomas Furniture Company,
°kl^w^Hlrrg^ecei8a^.for"he l^rals^lng'of a home or h itel is shown at very low prices. We
r. ourselves on the courteous salespeople and our constant.ann is to have you satis
Men's. Women's and Children's
Low Shoes Must be Sold-You get the Benefit
T. I>. Harry
Witt Badgett & Co., Inc.,
hi i . i. .mi i it\. () KI i li o III .k
117-110 tirand \ venm
(Successors to Houghton ' othin
Oklahoma City. OKI ilioma
the edmond sin STEWARTS F E E.D STORF.
1 !• . I ... VTilla
.1 I). |n I (111 TV
TERMS f'-oo I'er Year
Kntered at the Pontum.'.* t K.lnmml. okl
lor tranamlttal through Hit- ma'1" "
slang mall matter.
EDMOND MUST VOTE MORE
The people of tin1 <?it> of L<i
iiioixI will have to vot«l bonds in
the sum ot' approximately $r o.ooo
in tile near fill lire. \\ bat tin1 eil\
We have everything in the feed line; also Eagle Mills Flour
None better. Corn Meal, Seeds, Rowden's Rig bool Cotton seed,
$1.50 per cwt. Cane seed, Millett, Cow Peas-Ask (or prices.
Garden and Flower Seeds.
Highest market price paid for Eggs an«l Hides.
phoni-: 9.1 city delivery
Go With a Rush.
The demand for ttiat wonderful
utomiH'li. liver and kidney cure. Dr.
King's New I.ire Pllta l: astounding.
The City Oiilg Store ay II"1 never
aaw the like. It's In au.-e * n,'v'
full to eure sour stomach,
"Mothers' Jewels" Have Delightful
On last Thursday afternoon, little
Miss llorrl: Madill, having invited
the Mother's .lewels" to meet at her
country heme, assemhled at the M.
■onattlia- !'■ church, where Mr. Madill met the
Best quarter -awed, highly pol-
ished oak is the material. Plate
mirror. A.n ornament to anj
A Pretty Buffet
You cannot realize the value
I until vou actually see it.- I lie
heart ot the oak, quarter sawjed
and highly polished, with trim
mings, makes the prettiest buf-
fet in town at
. . HAD A
Q< IB ED. I SLEEP IN rUf.(\:
SD is for TtaT-jRIVER BEP/ \
The Best that are made,
Considering the grade* -*-ej*rcn-
This is a Bernstein 3-Piece Bed $16.50
ill 1 in- IK 111 •
needs now, and must have, is a , tlon. Indigent l«m. hlll.ei-n. inuinii.
sewerage system, extension ol tin
water works plant, extension "I
the elect rie li'^lil system and
money with which I< erect n city
hall. Edmond must have these
improvements in order to give the
people here what tliey need in the
way of public utilities in order
1o keep pace with the other cities
<d' Oklahoma. The city ol Man
pnin. not as large as Kdiuoml. and
in less need of these improve
inents. has just voted $1110.000 for
municipal improvements. I res
cent, with a population of but a
few hundred, has roeenth voted
$50,000. Many other cities in
Oklahoma, no larger than I'.d-
tnond. are voting as much as
$100,000 ill bonds, and there is no
reason why Kdmotul should not
show equally ns progressive a
spirit. It is doubtful if any other
Only 2r r.
chills and malaria
Pub. A. -II-K. 2-ll-lH)
Notice by I'uhllcatlon.
In the Ilir,ti-'u-t I 'oiu-t ot Hie Thirl' > "III
.1 mlicia! District of the Stan ot okla
lunna. within anil foi Oklahoma
Hubert L. Wilkcn, I'liuntill
Charles W. IIa/.leU. Cam N".
liiM- I la/It'll. < ' la/.!• H.
anil I'Yitnk lla/.ltU. Drfcn
Saltl defrmlunts. < luuW ■ Ma.
Ii'tt, <'Hl'olint' 11 a* A I l:i' 1 >1
iiial I'Yank lla/lett. will lak« nolu-e
that tin1 saiil •• \\ ill < n
mi I In* 2 till «1 II V t l \u-u-l. I'1 lilr
liis pciliion i" the Disli iet I'oui'l \\ iilt-
in and r« l* < >k111 li«>111.1 < oiinlv. S!alt-
ol «iklalioiaa. a^ain.sl -aid tlel. iidani*.
and thai the wald d« feiulanls. ( hai les
\\ . Ila/letr. ('aroline Ma It'll. « A.
iia/.lett huU-Frank Ma/I« ll. inn>l an-
iu uts vert
UUAlrtt oiiii i
, >wer Huitl netitinn fllt d afnresai --n
eilv in Oklahoma is growing as iK-foie tin ; i • a> ,>i «>.-t..ii. i. p.
or said jH tilion will In' taken a> line,
and a judgment against <1«
I, ndanls rharles W. Ha/.lett and
rapidly as Kdmond. and there i-
everv indication thai this cily w il
have a population oT .".OOii insidi
of three vears. and our public im
provemeols must build up in fle
cord with the other improvemenls
W. I>. Thompson, president ol'
the council, made a trip last week
inspecting different sewerage s\ -
terns in Oklahoma cities, and the
council is taking preliminary steps
toward the voting of bonds for the
necessary improvemenls A sue
eial bond election should be called
in the near future in order In be-
cin work as soon as possible on
the needed improvements
Goto Hiatt'a for the latest in
Urfton Church Services Cloted.
One of the larue t crowds of the
Hummer was present la the park last
Sunday evening to attend the closlni! luusc
of the series of Sunday evening un hoard and rooms, or room : (fur
ton services. Rev. Warilner did not niH|)e(| or unfurnisded) should
preach as previously announced, laii pljo^e (|je secretary at the
Introduced as his substitute R<-\ I [NJormal (No. 32) and give loca-
M. Colvllle, of Calumet, okla . who tion and price, and state w hether
Is also senator from this dlstrlci jjirla or boys are preferred.
Rev. Colvllle preached an aide i Phone between 0:0Oncloek and
mon on "The Cllorv of the dross noon.
merry party with ft hay rack. Mt
.1. K Italdwin, Mrs Blwood Rogei
and Mrs. X. 11 c.Marray acted as
chain-ron.After arrlviiiE at th"
Madill home, the meeting was immed-
iately called to order, and a very
Intin-diiiK program rendered, in
, lulling the "milo hox openinK.
whi ii ainounted to one dollar ard
ninety ( ents.
After the meeting dainty refresh j
erved on tile shady lawn j
ice cream cones mid t
following members and1
guests «,i te present:
.Inanita anil Armelda Augermali
M.ila tiarret l.ora AN'ells, Nona and
X; 11 in I - ■ riser; Clara and Kuli'ie
Halilwin. IOui Border, frauds Bar
lit, I .-raid Rogers. Ulaiiche Bryant,
I \. t i. i C.retiner. Lois Mi Murray. Klhel
Willici on. Iioiis Madill, (lenevleve
Cio'cll. \ era. Seilna and Velata Mat*-
her. Mrs. Adam .Madill. Mrs. Maliua
Wilcoxln, Mrs Covcll and Mrs. Ora
Ualllnore, Mrs. Ira Madill and three
children or Muncie. Indiana.
I.ale lu the afternoon the pnrty de
parted, thanking Mr. ami Mrs. Madill
anil norris for such a delightful time.
It's the quality that counts
here for the price. Selected
quarter sawed, highly polished
joak comprises the make-up
of Ibis beautiful Dresser at 18.50
Mailing is cool j
In this 2oth century ape people
are discarding carpets, plushes
and heavy draperies for more
sanitary and germ preventative
What more can you aak than a bed with a Woven Wire Muttr
nteed not to sag for live }•■• ,rs; TI.' I;..;, ill :• miMi 'II
of a Bernstein. It's sanitary, easy loinne, ci.aiams cuinfort, and
there is no danger to iieililins bj rou^h cornel
picture prices range, from ^l-.-.'l to ^.;>.(I0
We have just received a new
line of carpet patterns and Jap
. I.' r"1 than Vi'n-Ia'o'se mattings in any ool-ftc
jop you wiflh, :it a yard ZLOU
Downey=Thomas Fur. Co.
134 W. SECOND STREET OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA
PuhlishtMl An jr. 2.)
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
( aioliiu* l.la/.lfll f " ti" l\\(
TlmuMiml <>iu- Huntlml nul St-\mi \ -
four antl no-100 Pollin g ;JI . I «>o
anil inlcit.Hl llirivon from .Inn t-H ,
iSHio, al |H*r ftunuiti- nnd tliiii moi l
on liOis 20 and l!l in Hlin-k s. in
Smith (>kIuKu>iu;t Atlditinn l<> <>Kialt«-
ma Cilv, in (Mxlnhoina <*onnl\. Sinlf ,
of nkJalionm, Im> TomMost «l nntl said st t« of Oklahoma, '
lots sold t«> sali>l\ said jndymrni: <)klabnma Connt.v, v
ami wlmtrvn- intr«V>t < \ Mn/I n In tin- District ('oni't of Said Conntv. j
ami Frank lla/U'tt ma\ claim in anil |\to JJcwsOUit'i I'laintifT. i
to said real cstalc will In- d viv d in- v>
fir lor to^a nd subject i« tin ri-iii-( |. .wnormt, Defend ant, ) |
jdainlilV in ll c sanu . and plaint111 !'«• Sai«l dofendant J. U. Ncwsoine will
adjudged l<> hav a lirsi In n and claim ^;%|<«- notice lhat lie lui*« l '«*n sn«*d in |
• ; | ' • t r«>inis 's. (|((i named court for a divoiv**'
, al estate and preinist
II Wright «V .lolin Koaten,
Altoriievs foi HainlitT.
j Si: \ l.l
; llatluiway Harper. < 'lerk.
I;\ .1, F. Havens, Deputy.
Hoard ami Itooni.
Those citizens who will offer
«.u tin grounds « f al nndoninent and
\un. said defendant, must answer the
petition filed therein l>\ said plaintill
on <>r In-fore the 'Jlst dn> of ( H*toU*r,
ltuMK or said petition will ! «• taken as
true and a judgim nt for said plaintilT
will l e rendered accordingls.
Attest HATHAWAY HAUl'KH.
By .1. F. Havens, Deputy.
S. A. HorUih,
\ttorne\s for IMaintiff.
Always the best—Kureka Bak-
ery Dread, Cakes, Pies and other
which wiih duly apprei-lated by the
large udlenrP. .loss.' IV Hum.- r.-n Wanted_A
dered a eolo. , , . . ...
On Sunday, Auk. 22. n<> A Mak.-i ' fli-phone
tilled tlio pulpit nt the union orvlce,
u« Upv. Grant'* aubatltute. His sn j The Road to Success
mon had hoen favorably romm*nt«'il ins many oi-irurtlnns, but noni>
■ in by a laiu«' number of people i .1. per i< t>< i'1 s" '
practical and teeming with helpful .lay demand* health «"H I'M. ii> It
and valuable thouRhl* ' 1>< altli l.uil.l. i t: •
The ministers of the eliy desire to world Im . ki vn II on
extend thanks to the Bed Star l.um- m tie, i action "I t ma Hvi • k
tier Co for the lumber used for aeata n.-ys bnvvol purltli t '1 enrich
„nd to the city for the light furnished the l.l I, ml te: and Ii • .•
fre,. (if cost I he whole tem VI body .ixl
'Announcement was made at the keen brain folic« then p.. V.
close nf the service that union set- < an't afford to sIIkI.i Klcclric rtiln
Vices would be held again next sum if weak, run-down or sickly. Onl>
pier through July and Augu-U J 50c. Guaranteed by City Drug Store.
A Hurry Up Call.
Quick! Mr. Druggist Quick; A
be\ of Burklen a Arnica Salve .Here's
a quarter lot" the love ■ ! Moaes,
Itnbj ■ burned himself, ter j
rib!) lehunl' cut hla foot with the
a\e Mamie's ■ cabled I'a can't walk j
from piles Blllle has boils and tin
coma uclic She got it and soon I
cured nil the raniily . It's the great
< si healer on earth. Sold by CH >
Fifty cents a barrel at the Hol-
lis Lumber yards, liest disin-
fectant in the world.
AND CURE THE LUNQS:
I W. S. I'ATTKN, President
.1. W. HOWARD, Vice-1'
j. m. anglea, Cashier
t It. PHOFFITT Vast. Cash.
ion c?"s-HS - ,0^
80c Ar ^l.w.
OVHS trial Buttle Frca
AND ALL THROAT AND LUHGTROUBttS.
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
First National Bank
()!•- " i OKLA.
STATR AM) COUNT/ DCPOS1TORY.
Capital and l>t.i |jlu3>30,000.00
DIRKt i'll his:
V. S. I'atU-n, .1. W. II.ovarii, J. Patten, I. W. Kodkey, J. M. Anjjlta
s.\i'i rv in: i'tis it boxks fok iibnt
FOLEYSHONET^TAil Qet vour Calling Cards at Sun office
far childr«jnt MUfo- *urv, flu orJutts ———>
For Sit e by
An germ a n
Windmills, l umps ami
Kdmond ■ • " Okla
I >lov« llu cou<U hrnln 1 ||i
Look Us up
on Fanner's Day, Sept. Mth
With our PALL 0 )ODS on the Shelves, our
stock almost complete, we believe we can show
you bargains that will appeal to you.
We will make -pedal prices on l-ine Wool
Dress (Joods, on all Silks, on all staples, except
prints, on Shoes and Oxfords.
In fact our store will b~ a veritable house of
good an Great Bargains.
We havi' the goods to show you and we set
the pace on Low Prices.
Yours for a successful Colt Show and Farmers
THE CYCLONE SPORE
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