The Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 277, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 21, 1910 Page: 7 of 8
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FOK RENT—Nicely furnished five-
room cottage. 1201 N. Grand. Phone
917 brown. 12-21-0t
FOR RENT-—A modern five-room
Jiou.se, well furnished, at 512 N. Monroe.
Phone 823 brown. 12-20-3t
FOR RENT—Two or three fine largo
rooms, furnished for light housekeep-
ing. 801 E. Main. Phone 311, 12-20-3t
FOR RENT—A modern furnished
house at fil4 N. Monroe. Phone 823
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished cot-
tage at 1201 N. Grand. Call phone 917
ROOMS—Strictly modern in one of
the best homes in the city. Call early
and get your pick. Two blocks north
of square. 324 N. Independence. Phone
WANTED—A dining room girl. Ho-
tel Curtis, N. Independence. 12-21 -3t
WE WILL PAY YOU ten cents each
for new names and addresses « f ama-
teur photographers. Carver, l «.v :,u4.
Waterloo, la. 12-16-tf
WANTED—Children boarders. Prices
easonable. Call at 212 E. Elm.
ON1*2 male Pummern Spit/, dog, coloi
white and black. Address box 13
route one, Kremlin, Okla. 12-20-5t
No. 4, hard, 86c to 90c.
No. 2 .white. 4 3c.
No. 3, white, 42 l4c.
mixed, 4 3c.
mixed, 42c to 43c.
yellow, 42 %c.
white, 31 %c.
white, 31 %c to 32c.
mixed, 3 0 Vfc c to 31 Vfcc.
utuhs otjkih""' BIA iiuu ui inuu * i~z ui es ;
r,.„, it. i i i, i , I said day at the County Court room in
Roosters 05c from Enid, all level; 125 acres mi the city of Enid, in said county of
Aides, green 05c cultivation; 10 acres In alfalfa: 70 I *?arf!eld. Stnt. of Oklahoma, has been
... . . u, r«o v ii . i | duly appointed by said Court for the
YOUNG MAN. 27< years old; Christian,
six footer; strong, healthy; four years'
business experience. Wants small set
of books to keep or other office work
while attending University, l'hone ".17
Black. Russell Harp. l2-18-5t.
MEN'S new and second hand cloth-
ing. Suits that cost from $25 to $40,
at this sale $4.00 to $0.00. Remember
the place—sorner of Independence and
Hroadway, under First National bank.
FOR RENT—Office rooms in Cham-
ber of Commerce Bldg. Inquire at of-
fice of Kennedy Mer. Co. 6-lS-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP—Splendid, mod-
ern. five-passenger 40-hors^iower In-
terstate automobile, condition practic-
ally as new. Fully equipped. Will
sell for part cash, part time. Car can
be sef-m at Enid Automobile Co. garage
on W. Main. W. 1. Drummond.
WANTED—To trade equity In High
Lawn lots for horse, cow, or buggy.
Address box 83C, Enid. Okla. 12-16-Gt
FOR SALE—One fresh milch cow
II. M. llayen, Enid, okla., R. R. f
Phone 3B-N. l2-20-3t
FOR SALE—A first mortgage on an
improved close in residence property.
For particulars write X. F. A., care
Enid Eagle, Enid, Okla. 12-16-tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE—For any-
thing, lot 27. Block 10, Davis Park;
$43 equity. \\\ .1. Potter, 210 W. Cedar.
FOR SALE—A $100 equity In High
Lawn lots for $50. Address box 830.
SECOND HAND GOODS.
PIG sale going on of ladies, full
suits—suits that cost $35.00 to $50.00,
sold for from $5.00 to $7.00. Corner
of Independence and Broadway, under
First National bank. 12-2-ltno
FOR SALE—A ttllckensderfer type-
writer in excellent condition. Call
phone 711. 12-8-tf
FOR BALE—Old papers, at E fi« of-
fice: large bundle onlv So
SECOND HAND ladles' and men's
cloaks and oveieoa'i sold at your own
price. Come qrlclr for they won't last
long. Corner independence and Broad-
way, under 1 lrst National bank.
FOR SALE—Delivery or light dray
wagon, almost new: cheap If taken at
once. Phone, res. 426, office 425.
I HAVE twenty-five thousand dol-
lars private money to loan on farms.
Some money to invest In short time se-
curities. Will buy notes or make new
loans. W. E. Cogdal. phone 18, Cham-
ber of Commerce bldg.. Enid, Okla.
WANTED — Dressmaking. Prices
reasonable. Work guaranteed. Phone
639 red. Mrs. George, 711 W. Broad-
GOOD PRICES paid for tadies' and
men's second band clothing. Phone
1234, cor. of Independence and Broad-
way, under First National bank.
WE CRATE furniture
goods. Enid Transfer <
'c 8torage Co.
PATENT3 procured, also sold on
commission. Positively no advance
fee. Patent Exchange. Jenifer build-
ing, Washington. D. C. Frl
Kansas City, Mo., Dec.
No. 2, red, 95c.
N. 3, red, 92c to 94c.
No. 2, hard 91c to 97c.
No. 3, hard, 90c to 93c.
ENID'S GASH MARKETS
(NOTE:—These Quotations rep-
resent wholesale prices, paid by the
dealers to farmers and others who
have things to sell. No attempt Is
made here to give retail pricef
These markets are for the benefit
of the farmer ano producer.}
ENID CASH GRAIN.
(Reported by \V. B. Johnston,
Corn, white 60
Soft wheat, No. 2 8C
Hard, wheat, No. 2 . .85
Corn, mixed 43
ENID LIVE STOCK.
(Reported by Weins Bros.)
Butchers steers .... $3.90 (#$5.00
Cows 2.50$) 3.85
Calves 5.50 6.CO
Sheep 5.00(g) 6.00
Hogs, fat 6.75 0 7.00
Hogs, Blockers, 5.50® 6.60
Veal 4.50® 6.00
(Reported by Z. K. Johnson & Ronj
ENID HAY AND FEED
.06He FOR SALE OR TRADE—Good | said court, to-wit, of the January term
8V4e! quarter section of land 4 1-2 miles ""1' Rt 9 ot',oek tlle forenoon of
Hides, glue 03c
Hides, green salt, N . 1 ... 06c
acres In wheat.
FIBST JURY CASE IN
DISTRICT COURT ON TRIAL
... . . | >«««ly appointed by wun
Now We Will trade I final settlement of said accounts; at
tills for a cheaper farm or sell it at a which time and place any person in
r,inDA..ai,in . i.j .lii.i terested in said estates may appear
riasonable price. It is Well Jm- ;uul fli0 exceptions in writing to ti
proved, S-room house and large
WE HAVE a nice 4-room house
located east of the car line with
$750.00 incumbrance. Will trade
for an up-to-date good driving horse
land surrey. It must be good.
Prank St owe Sues Sheriff Campbell I found a place in Arkansas that
For I'nlawful Seizures of 11 believe is a God-send to any one
Pialiie hay, No. 1
. $ 9.50
Pialrle hay, No. 2
Alfalfa, No. 1
Alfalfa, baled, medium ..
(Reported hy Swift &
. . 17c
. .. 8%c
The first jury case to be tried at
this term of the district court began
last evening and wont to the jury at
12:15 this afternoon. Frank Stowe,
who owned a saloon here during ter-
ritorial days and was closed by Sher-
iff Campbell by reason of his lease
having expired, brought suit against
the sheriff to recover the value of
certain liquors seized, it is claimed,
The seizure took place in Febru-
ary, 1908. It was claimed that the
liquor was stored in the building in
November, 1907. The sheriff denied
having taken the articles claimed by
Stowe to have been seized, excepting
two items. Testimony in the case was
introduced this morning and the case
went to the jury at the noon hour.
In the suit brought by Frank
Stowe against Sheriff Campbell for
the recovery of the value of certain
liquors which it was claimed had
been unlawfully seized, the jury re-
turned a verdict at 2:30 this after-
noon, finding in favor of Sheriff
Campbell. The amount involved was
The suit brought by L. P. Teemiey
against. Randels, a suit for personal
injuries resulting from an automo-
bile accident several months ago. was
transferred to the superior court this
morning. The case was brought in
the district court some,time ago.
PLACE ON FARM OR RANCH, in
good family, wanted by young man
who needs light out-door work as a
change from irregular office hours.
Address "P. L. I>.," care Daily Eagle.
WANTED—A girl of 15 years who
Is anxious to help support herself and
people, wants place to work for small j
private family. Is able and willing.
Call phone 711 or address L. Al.. carel
The Eagle. 12-16-tf |
WANTED—Young men and ladies to
learn telegraphy and take positions as
"railroad," "wirelesss" or "commer-
cial'' operators. Positions absolutely
assured under guarantee. Our seven
Institutes are under direct supervision
of tetsjrraph officials. Salaries of l'"'"
to $100 per month paid upon gradua-
ting. Great scarcity of operators is
prevalent everywhere. Enter now for
day or evening sessions. National Tel-
egraph Institute, F&ublon bldg.. Enid,
WANTED—Three good live hustlers
for city, on good, clean, legitimate
proposition. Must be well recommend-
ed as to honesty and willingness to
work. Ample room to make $1 to $8
a day. Address H. W., Eagle office.
wanting a home who has very little
money. 160 acres ten miles from
town; 70 acres in cultivation; 40
acres of fine pasture; balance in fine
oak timber; two s >tB of improve-
ments; one 6.room house and one
3-room house; two hen houses; good
granary; smoke house; seed house;
cow shed; shop house; two good
barns; 300 bearing fruit trees; large
vineyard. Ths place is only 1-2 mile
from the school and church. It has
free mall delivery and telephone,
fine water and in a very healthful
locality, joining outside range Thli
farm would make one of the finest
fruit and stock farms in the country.
Price only $1,500.00, and on easy
HAVE A NICE BODY OF LAND
in California consisting of 200 acrMB
that runs from $50.00 to $100.00
per acre to trade for property in Ok-
lahoma. Will trade this in twenties
or forties or all together.
WE HAVE 160 acres, all level,
second bottom land, clear of en-
cumbrances, to trade for a one-half
section in Garfield county and we
will pay the difference. This one.
half section of land lies near Ho-
bart, Oklahoma. Price only $0,500.
Would like to have a one-half Bee-
tlon at or about $5 0.00 per acre.
Homer H. Wilson
PHONE 110 ,2:^ —'
nts, and contest the sam
No Estate. Administrator.
• Ti Maria L. Pitman. .Albert L. Pitman
747 Jennette Zelle Leonard Zelle
093 I'1 rich Rothenherger
700 Mattie E. Zimmerman .J. P. Danelyl
71". Leland S. Blair J. T Hope
7'J4 Pauline Zastrow..William Zastrow I
727 Ed llerti (Incompetent)
Arthur A. Rtull
731 William Lagan Anna Lagan 1
73 * .loseph Slnssar I F. Woodrlng
74i'. Peter Pappatt William Pappns
r,40 R. IT. Buck c V. Boyer\
Samuel A. Hayward I*. O. (Jot*(
6 Samuel Shannon... .C. M. Connelly
«21 1> W. Warrick
-Mrs. Bertha Warrick
ivo Joseph Murray... .Wallace Murray
«ir> christian Hartman. Mary TTivrtman
•U0 John Runyan . D. M. Itoss
'T, George W Kountz...Addle Jountz
582 T>. A. Newcomb W. B. Johnson
r.7t Leander Lytic. .Catherine R. Lytle
f.42 Dot P. Williams ...John Williams
696 Patrick Campbell
749 John P. Smith.. .Benjamlne Smith
7 Joseph Wl'son Delia Wilson
W. E. Williams.Daisy N Williams
r.f.l c c Murphy Ometrn Murphy
7r.l J. II. Hrantley.. .W. E. Herrlngton
619 Elmer <; Bush Elmo it. Bush
094 B. M Collins Joseph W. Sproat
IN TESTIMONY WHICRHOF 1 have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said court this 10th day of De-
inber, A. D., 1910.
(PEAL.) JAMES B. CTJLL1SON,
Judge of the County Court.
The Oldest Real Estate Firm In
HARRY N. HORNLR, ■ Manager
115 1 2 Grand Arc., Eaid, Oklahoma
Wa have choica fara lands which wa
are telling from
$25.00 to $30.00
City property n all parta aI tha dty
at bargain pricea,
We want your Farm Loana, will maks
yon the moat liberal terma, and if your
security ia food will pay you tba money
the day you make application and aigii
papera. Cub money for loana. No delay
O. E. Burford has brought suit in
the superior court against J. M.
White. The plaintiff asks judgment
for $1,584.99, interest and attorney's
fee, claiming this amount to be due
on a promissory note.
POPULAR COM'LE WEI).
Brent-Nichols Nuptials Celebrated at
A very pretty wedding was solem-
nized this morning at ti:30 o'clock
when Miss Gertrude Brent and Mr.
T. C. Nichols were united in mar-
riage, Father Deprelter officiating.
Miss Rrent came to Enid one year
ago from Bardstown, Ky., and has
made her home with her sister. Mrs.
Geo. O. Williams, at the Oxford ho-
tel. Mr. Nichols is a traveling sales-
man for the Richardson Dry Goods
Co. of St. Joseph, Mo., and makes
his headquarters in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Nichols left on the
morning train for Kansas City, Mo.,
Omaha, Neb., and other points in the
north. They will continue to make
their home in this city, and for the
present will reside at the Oxford.
Alleging a fraudulent conspiracy,
Pat Mclnteer filed suit in the district
court this morning against the Se
curity State bank, J. H. Montay and
E. C. Myers. The plaintiff asks
judgment for $250, together with the
costs of the case.
J. H. Shaw returned yesterd >
from Joplin, where he attended
meeting of the magnates of •.he-
A. J. Her ron has removed to this
city from Sulphur Springs and has
accepted a position with the Model
Scene from Graustark, Loewen Theatie, Saturday afternoon,
ing, December 24th.
Sell your horse, cow, buggy, plow, butter, fruit, corn," in fact anything you have—or advertise' for
anything you want•
Farmers' Want /id Order Blank
For Convenience of Farmers and Out-of town People
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patrons should mail advs. for Sunday paper not later than Friday.
Every family lias need of a good
feliable liniment. For sprain?
bi nines, soreness of the muBcleH and
rheumatic pains there is none hot
tor than Chamberlain's. Sold by M
& 11. Drug Store, the Ponays Store,
Flr.1 tg Kind Gold In Arn.rtca.
North America has counted as
fold-producing continent only since
the lata 'M s. Bnt It might well hare
done bo for nearly 200 years. Accord
ing to the London Chroniclo. in the
voyage round the world which began
In 1719 the privateer Capt. Shelvocke
found In certain California valleyB "a
rich black mold which, as you turn II
fresh up to the sun, appears as If In
termlngled with gold dUBt. Though
we were a little prejudiced," he adda,
"against the thought that It could be
possible that thlB metal should bo so
promiscuously and universally mingled
with common earth, yet we endeavored
to cleanse and wash tho earth from
some of It, and the more we did the
more It appeared like gold. In order
to be further satisfied I brought away
some of It, which we lost In our con-
fusion in China."
I havo Ave fine
Chicklskla River Bot-
tow ftums In Sumnnr
County, Kansas fur
sale worth the money
bedldti many fine up-
land farms. Terhaps I have Just
the one you nrH looking for. Met-
er write n.e now for my big OWft
Filt'8 PRICE 11st. No trade. Excim
slons to ti-" fiulf Coa*i country of
Texas first and th rd Tuesdays A
cach month. I.ow mUi.
THE LAND NAN
Enid Flowets, the Best
1 grow them. HlKh class roans the
year round, nnd otbar swoll flowers In
aoason. Also fine pMins, ferns and
other decorative plants. Cotne to 902
J. It. DICTWILKIt. Florist.
West Broadway and SICR
SWAM TO SHORE IN BASKE1
Desiring to Join His Sweetheart, a
Sailor Risks Life In Jumping
Love fo* an old sweetheart and de-
«lre to save her from a marriage ar-
ranged by her parents Impelled Makln-
isono inousko of Seattle, Wash., a sail-
or on the steamer Inaba Maru, to risk
his life in a daring attoirpt to escape
from tfie vessel.
Waiting until the dark hours of the
night Makinzono picked up a bamboo
basket, and, holding it over his head,
leaped from ihe steamer. Both guard*
and ship's officers heard the splash
and rushed to the spot. Electrl? flasb
lamps and the ship's searchlight she*
raya over the waters, but all
that was discernible was a bainbeo
basket bo' g around In the bay. Ap
parently .ihout any guidance the
basket ed around the end of the
grain elevator and disappeared. In the
morning Makinzono was missed, and
investigation developed the manner of
Sent among the passengers with a
message from one of t.he ship's ofl)
cers, Makinzono recognized the glr
as an old sweetheart. It was then h<
carried ou< bis plan of escape. TI"
ilrl is held at the detention station.-
Hypnotism and Will Power.
Feoplo used to think that person*
who could be hypnotized were deft
cient In will power, that it wa« some
thing of a stigma on their mental
equlpmeDt. The experts know better
now. A writer In the Woman's Home
Companion goes so far as to say that
tin more will power a person has the
more readily ne can be hypnotized
Dr. Voisln, a French alienist, found
that he could not hypnotize more than
ten per cent, of the Inmates of the
nsylum with which he was connected
Whereas an English exporlinenter
named Vincent hypnotized with ease
06 per cent of a large group of unl
(FlrRt Published In The Enid Dally
Eagle, December 10, 11 10. 2 It.)
NOTICE FOIl PUIMCATION.
State of Oklahoma. (larfit-M County, as
Itotbenberg & Schloss. Plaintiff, vm
Fern V. Myers, Defendant.
Beforo M. I . Asher, a Justice of tho
Peace of Enid City Township, Garfield
Bald defendant Fern V. Myers will
tuken notice that she has been sued in
ti* above named court for upon ac
count of Goods. Wares and Merchan-
dise gold and delivered to defendant,
and must answer the petition filed
therein by said Plaintiff on or before
the 3rd. day of January, A. 1)., 1911,
said petition will be taken as true, and
a Judgment for said Plaintiff in said
action for HIxty-Two ti 80-100 Dollars,
With Interest at fi per cent, from Octo
t<er 17, 1910, and In the attachment
therein granted, will be rendered ac-
M. D. ASHER.
Justice of the Peace
w. N. KEYS. Attorney for Plaintiff.
(First Pub. In the Enid Dally Eagle
Dec. 7. 1910— Hit)
NOTICE TO OWIMEII IIIJ'OIIE ISHI -
INfJ TAX DEEI).
All those concerned and each of
them are hereby notified that on tho
2!Id day of November, 1908. the lots
herein described, to-wlt: Lots 3 and
I In block li9, and lot 35 In block 28.
In the town of Hunter, Garfield Coun-
ty, Oklahoma, were sold by the treas-
urer of said county for tho delinquent
taxes due thereon for the year 1907.
Unless redemption Is made by you or
others entitled to redeem, on or before
the 10th day of February, 1911. the un-
dersigned will demand of and receive
from the county treasurer of Garfield
county a tax deed for the above de-
scribed lots, to be Issued as provided
by law. A J. 8PJDN8BR.
Owner of Certificates.
First Pub. In the Enid Dally Eagle
NOTICE OF I INU. SETTI.EMENT.
sT vi i; < IF OKLAHt M V GARFIELD
COUNTY. — IN THE COUNTY
Notice Is hereby glv*en that the fol-
lowing named persons, who have been
duly appointed and qualified as ad-
ministrators of the estates hereinafter
mentioned, have rendered and present-
ed for final settlement and filed in
mhid court accounts and reports of
their administrations as such, and that
Monday, the 2nd day of January, 1911.
bolng a duy of tho regular term of
ROCK ISLAND LINES
TO POINTS IN
Alabama, Dist. of Colum
bia, Florida, Kentucky,
Mississippi, North & South
Carolino, Tennessee, Geor
gia and Virginia.
Dec. 20,21 and 22
Return Limit Jan, 18
Rock Island Stations
and Jan. 1
Return Limit Jan. Sth.
For lull Information See
C, F. Orchard, Agi
O. F. 4. Okla. CM?
12-13-14-15 16 19 20
\ FEW OF >l\ IIEV IS ED HAKOAI*
Equities In two nlco
In on popular streets to
Several modern city homes—both
large and small—to exchange for farm
lands Investigate at once.
beautiful half section, about 300-A.
In cultivation, well Improved—two
sets—$40 per acre, one mile from
Okeene Will sell on terms to suit
purchaser; small sum will handle.
Good quarter In Jefferson county, 2
miles from H It. center, 95 acres in
cultivation, very rich, 3-room house,
barn, crlbn, granary, etc.. very cheap
at $r ,r 00, lii.000 against, low rate.
Want Enid home for equity.
A fine 260 acres, Hlalne county, 4
miles from shipping point. 210-A. un-
der cultivation, 1 room Iiousp, barn for
10 head* cribs, large Rranarles, chick-
en houses, every necessary fur a com-
plete country home, spring In pasture;
Iw.ooo, with $ 1 ,ooo « per cent long time
loan. For this we want good Enid
IflO acres, dark loam, 3 1-2 miles
from Hooker, loo-A. ciHtivatlnn, small
house, barn, etc.. $3,500. will exchange
for Enid rental. Afother quarter
farther out from samo ft. R. point,
00 A. In cultivation, for only $2,ooo,
for something in Enid. The quality of
this soli is first class, the country
level and beautiful, fine wheat and al-
falfa soli and further development will
give It aH great value as anything In
state; why not profit by this? Al-
ask about our Beaver Co. farm*
that we will trade for Enid property.
Mrs. I. Btrnard Anderson
819-320 Chamber of Commerce.
Decatur, III., Prop-
erty to Exchange
$1,700 equity in business property
for equity In Enid residence worth
Choice $3,(100 residence, clear.
Will trade the two for good Okla-
homa farm land.
Phone 846. 32f Chamber of Com.
32Ii Chamber of Com. Phone 84$.
JANUARY 4, 1011,
Wo make another trip to the
TEXAS COAST COUNTRY.
Talk with ua about these landa,
then go with us to see them.
You will not regret the trip nor
Call to see us.
MARTIN & WILLIAMS
827 Chamber of Commerce Bldg
City and farm loana on approved
security. I am prepared to handle
them and can close with very little
dflay. Call and see me.
Following are a few or my list-
ings for sale and trade.
No. 1. Good nine room house six
blocks from the square on West
Broadway will rent furnished, very
reasonable. Modern throughout.
No. 2. 80 acre improved farm
near Hennessey, 50 acres in cultiva
tion. $300 mortg. Will trade for
improved acreage near Enid.
No. 3. Several large modern
homes and some cash to trade on
good farms. What "nave you?
No. 4. Quarter section of good
school land < lose to a good town.
The land suitable ftor the growth of
alfalfa, party will sell very reason-
No. F . Fully equipped restaur-
ant, in good town on the main line
of Rock Island. Pays about $1,500
per year. Several rooms In connec-
tion. A bargain.
Remember that I write all kinds
of insurance and make farm and
city loans at the best possible rates.
M. J. Frantz
Successor to Frantz nnd Wright.
118 1-2 N. Independence.
Don't Miss This Bargain
8 room house, close in,
must be sold, price S172N.
$600 will handle, balance
on monthly payments.
Bumlnen College Bldg•
PHONE 637 ROOM 4
PltKATT ■ WMTLOCK
Third Floor Commerce liullding.
163 acres in Harper county, Ok.,
00 acres cult. Small house, 1V4
miles post office, 16 miles R. H.
(Woodward) clear. Price $3,500.
Trade for Enid property.
040 acres Swisher Co., Texas, 400
acres cult. 12 room house, all fenc-
ed, good barns and sheds. Price
$35 per a. Trade for Enid property.
Will also sell stock and imple-
6 rooms, W. Main, close In, pav-
ing all paid. Price $3,500. mtg
$1000. Will take small payment
cash, or will take good lot and small
amt.. A snap.
040 acres Swisher Co., Tex., 400
12 miles county seat, R. R. town.
Price $10 per acre. Trade for Enid
properly. Will assume some.
A good upright piano to trade for
horse, cows, or lot.
100 acres in Stone Co., Ark., 1000
bearing apple trees. 60 acres cult.
4 room house, 7 miles from county
scat. $4,500. Loan $800. Trade
for Enid property.
4 rooms, 50 ft. University. Rented
$8 till June, 1911. Loan $500.
equity for University lot.
Fine 1C0 acres 7 miles northwest of
Red Rock. This Is a gilt edge farm.
Will exchange for cltv property.
A good 160 acres 1-2 mile from Lu-
cien. 80 acres In cultivation. Will
trade for city property.
240 acres northwest of Perry, finely
Improved. Rood land, 100 acres In
wheat. Will trade for Enid property.
160 acres 1 1-2 miles from Billings.
110 acres In cultivation, good soil, will
trade for Enid property.
320 acres 6 1-2 miles from Hennessey
well Improved, will trade for general
285 acres In Horton county. Texas,
near El Campo, will trade for Enid
FOR It BNT—
The brick bouse at 1004 West Ran-
dolph will be for rent December 1st;
7 rooms, modern, including heat.
HORNEY 6 MILL
10S ft 201 Beck Block. Phon* III.
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Wright, M. H. The Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 277, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 21, 1910, newspaper, December 21, 1910; Enid, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc268352/m1/7/: accessed April 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.