The Edmond Sun (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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I m .> T„with The ijve wires I Groceries, Feed, and Produce
A 4-room house and 5 lots, 2 blocks from
school. $500.00 will handle
A buy worth the money. School lease
one and half miles from market, all bottom,
'2 room house, barn and granery.
We have a FRESH and COMPLETE
Stock, mueh it just purchased.
We pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
for Farm Produce.
Call and see us. It will do us both good.
A few choice lots, values worth look'ng
alter, prices going up- Choice locations tor
homes. Get busy.
J. N. Dates
CHALLEN & BOWMAN
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
BARRE&B &. BRYANT
the pioneer grocers of edmond
Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Fruits aw
Vegetables always on hand
Exclusive agents for the celebrated
HUNTER'S CREAM FLOUR
We pay the highest market price for farm produce. Phone 68.
Under New Management. Sat-1
isfaction Guranteed. Packages
oalled for and delivered.
. w. HOWARD, M. 1).
PHYSICIAN AND 8UHOEON
Office over First National Bank
Office hours: 9 to 12 and 2 to 5
Office phone, No. 3. Res. phone, 15
A. M. RUHL, M. I).
Physician and Surgeon.
r M'fice over Post Office.
Gillett & Son, I roprietors off.^ phone0S.
Phone No. 145 1 Res. Phone 07.
Geo. B. spangler rSSi'r1"1"' i
Ml kinds of Civil Engineering and
surveying work prompUyandaccu^
ratelv done. Prices right.Oftke at
residence, 638 e. Hurd St. 1 bone 10*.
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real estate transfers
Ch allen & Bowman report the fol
lowing real estate transfer*:
Traded Chaa. Case farm to J. Carl
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Sold C. M. Hover ten ion in from*
Sold Bery Klbby two lots on th*
Sold M. M. Denies two lots in Brit
Sold Ctaas. Nemlllln two lots on
Bryant & Huffman report sales as
Sold Park farm to J. E. Pleraol of
Sold PottH t.'ii acres to T. W. Hill
o. Oklahoma city.
Sold six lots in West street, Ed
mond, owned by J. AV. Riley, to Fred
Sold four lots owned by W. E
Flesher to Chas. Koont*.
Ringer Bros, report the following
Sold old Slttllngton properly to ft
O Smith of Piedmont. Consideration
$H.r,0. Mr. Sml'h will move here tit
once to educate his children
Sold forty acres owned by R. O
Smith to lsn Ringer.
LOCAL SNAP SHOTS.
Mrs. J. N. Bates is seriously 111 of
J. w. HOLCOMB,
With Potman Real Estate Co.. I-Ni
VV. Gr and, or call phone 5Uii
or Red 3 29
OKLAHOMA CXTV, OKLA.
Good Printing on Short Notice Here
T. H. FLESHER, M. D
Physician & Surgeon
Phones: Res., 71; Office, 23.
Satisfaction Oua^ant st|.e((l Kooms i and 2 Citizens Hank Hldg
Succeed when cveryt'.'.ing else falls.
In nervous prostration and lein.ile
weaknesses they nrc the «apr«l*
remedy, as thou ands hive testified.
for kidney, wiver and
gtom \0h trouble
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a drufjgiut s counter.
Cash Prizes of $30 for the best Sucking Colts No Entry Fees No co.ts ( barred.
Free auction of all goods without auctioneer or any other c ^
unites with Edmond merchants, and pr entry An expert horseman,
There will be no fees, no dues and no colts bai red <mi tmry i
,^n" -„1tl disinterested, will award the pnzes as follows. ^
Best Saddle Colt $f,.oo
Second Best Saddle C It 2.50
Best Draft Colt $5.00
Second Best Draft Colt $2.5°
Best All Furpose Colt $5
Second Best All Purpose Colt $2.50
Best Mule Colt $5
Second Best Mule Colt $2 50
Special Y'ricett on Goods
On this day the merchants of Edmond will make SpeJal Prices on ^s'cheapTr thai? you can ellewhere.
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Free Public Auction
No. 3005, Will Lead the Para. >■
Prepares for Her Visits.
Monday. Scnlember 0, County Sup
(rlntcndent of Instruction Mrs. Mary
I). Couch will begin visiting the
ihools of the county, hip Britton
| cliool to be the first She will eon
i ilinic until she lias made the round
if all the schools of the county
Mrs. Couch believes that til
tendance In the county school# this
year will hreak all former records
She anticipates that llie work of the
teachers will be unusually Ratlsfae
toiy. owing to the uniform system
nf text books which will he In opera
Hon and the high grades (hat hav
been made bv many of the applicants
for teachers' license.
Word has been received here that
Frankle Buell, son of Mr. and Mrs
V. E. Buell, Is dangerously 111 of ty
phoid fever at I.os Angeles, Cal. ^
K. D. Carson will have a big public
sale on the Van San' farm, eleven
miles southwest of Edmond, on Tues-
day. Sept. 14.
Mrs. Leasenby. who has been at
Kingfisher and other cities in Okla-
homa for the past three months, has
■elurned to Edmond.
.lames Ringer and family have gone
to the San Luis Valley. Colo., where
they will spend several months.
The Misses Grace and Alma Com
stock are visiting with Mrs. Smith of
Jesse Ringer, who spent a few days
III Mountain View, has returned home.
City Meat Market
Win. A. Schirck, Prop.
All kinds of
Fresh and Salt Meats
Fresh Oysters, Etc.
< mice l'hone 120 Res. Phone
Dr. W. W Stacey,
Calls promptly answered Day
Barber & Dawson's Livery Bam,
Edmond - - - Okla.
Prof. ('. M. Allen's Sunday school
class delightfully entertained Mrs.
Grant's class, in the basement of the
M. K. church, Wednesday night.
Miss Grace Howard delightfully en-
tertalned abuot twenty Mends Wed-
A Glorious Church" will be the
subject of Rav. Wardner's Sunday
morning sermon at the Presbyterian
church. In the evening his subject
will be "Docs Religion Pay?"
LOCAL SNAP SHOTS.
This section was visited by a fine
shower Tuesday afternoon.
George Farrar has moved into hla
fine new residence on Main street.
i UU. K. DA1I.F.Y
! oklahoma City
I hi.t,e, Ked 3487
DR. ELLA PP'KAKD
Dailey & Pickard
C. W. Sprague
|i"resb and Salt Meats and lish nd
game in season. Phone Wtt
Messrs. Harlow & Hayes are 1n St.
Louis, buying a stock or ••racket-
goods, which will be placed In their
store building on the east side of
Broadway. They will place their
Block of clothing and gents furnish-
ing goods In the new store building,
rirst door south of the postofflce.
Byrd, the new proprietor of
the O. M. Meat Market, took poses-
slon, Wednesday. He has employed
an experienced meat cutter from Ok-
I Elmer Park, who has been suffer-
lug from blood poisoning In his right
arm, is still in a serious condition.
Dozens or more gauze drains have
been iuserted In the arm. which shows
some signs of improvement.
Perry McGowan is seriously ill at
his home on Second street.
Miss Margaret Anderson, who has
been 111 for several weeks, Is slight-
Mrs. Crump Is confined to her house
The annual picnic of Oklahoma pi-
oneers will be held in Ecker's grove
Witcher. Saturday, Sept. 11.
11 Hllce with
Col. O. F. Hurt,
i,r. F. W. BRIOHAM
Modern methods, reliable work
rout rooms over poaloffice.
DR. II. R- WATKINS
Up-to-date methods at reason-
.looms :i and 4 over Citizens Bank
Get your free lunches for your
qale put up at the O. k. Meat
RALLY DAY, SEPT. 19.
The Methodist Sunday school will
observe Rally Day on Sunday, Sept.
19. On Friday night, Sept. 17th. the
Epwortli l-eague of the M. E. church
will give a reception to the faculty
and students of the normal.
T li OMPSON'S
Full Line of
Bread and Pastr)
)ur bread is on sale at all grooere
,nd butchers at a uniform price,
quality and Quantity guaranteed
VYe Sell Fleischmann'a Yeast
Long, For Oklahoma.
Mrs. George B. Ellermeier, forn ecly
Miss Blanche Briggs, manager of the
Pioneer Telephone Co. at this place,
vlio now resides in Denver, Colo.,
writes the Sun as followi:
"I see an occasional copy of The
Sun and enjoy reading it very much
though I see many changes have tak«;n
place since I left Edmond. Mrs. K.
I„ Patten of Kingfisher, is visiting us
at present and wc expect Mr. and Mrs.
(Jeo. Klein of Oklahoma City, soon.
It always does me good to see old
friends from Oklahoma, as I still
have a longing in my heart' for that
country. 1 see by the paper that Ed-
mond is 011 the boom and hope that
your paper is meeting with its share
DR. S. M. STONE,
Phaysician and Surgeon
Office hours: 8 to 10 and 2 to 4
Rooms 5 and 0 Nat. Hank Buildin
Phones: Office, 3; Res. lt)5
Inspector F. F. Cain, of the a! ate
agency, Tuesday announced the ap-
pointment of S. P. Brea, of the Bres-
Hubbel Drug company, 102 West
Grund avenue. Oklahoma City, as
local dispensary agent and states that
by the end of the week the local
agency will be ready for business.
This appointment was made after
much investigation of the claims of
many candidates and the Inspector
feels he has secured a good location
for the agency. ,
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