The Enid Echo. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 29, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 30, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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:ENID, GARFIELD COUNTY. OKLAHOMA* WEDNESDAY. MAY 30 1900
Wholesale and Retail.
North East corner of square.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Teas, Coffees, Spices
and Fancy Luxuries.
Meat, Provisions Flour
Mill Feed hides and hay.
Butter egg's and pro-
duce wholesale and
The only place In Enid where you
qui get the H and K Shield brand of
to all parts of the
phone no 54.
L, A. FAUBION
John C Moore. Cbas L Moon*.
MOORE & MOORE
Attorneys at Law.
Will Practice In all Courts. '
Office east of Court House.
W- 0- CROMWELL-
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Frantz Block, Enid, 0, T
Now nfter twenty nercent discount
IN LATEST STYLES.
Cull at once while the assortment In-
20 per cent discount
North Side of square.
THE ENID ECHO
A FARMER S JOURNAL.
Published Weekly oil Wednesday
J. R. DETWILER, Editor.
Subscription, per year $1.00
Advertising rates made known
.ENID, O. T. MAY 30, 1900.
The republican territorial conven-
tion refused to endorse'lie adminis-
tration of Govencr Harnes, on account
of lUc scandelous frauds, of which the
members of the conventiou adjudged
it guilty, but endorsed the McKm-
ley administration of which it is a
The revelatious of Traud In tlie pos-
tal department of Cuba and other
IsWud dependencies, is only excelled
by the embalmed beef fraud. The Ar-
mor plate fraud, and the general
reign of corruptiou which saems to
prevade every department or the
The masses of republican voters are
honest men. They condemn these
fraud?, to the bosses who manage con-
ventions mike au occasional hcape
goat like Barnes, for the saeaittco
Yet tliey endorse McKinley.
Now we wish our republican frieuds
would answer them selves tins <jue*
tion If the miuageineiit of the .xerri •
lories The newly accquued islands.
The conduct of aruiy contracts. The
management of the uaval affairs- Tne
direction of the pension department
and like opperations of the govern-
ment, does not constitute the presi-
dential administration. What does?
If you coudem these frauds ho w can
you tndoifce McKimey who cdosed
nu eyes and turned the administra-
tion of public affair* over to .Mark
Hanna and nls gang.
GEO. P. RUSH, Attorney.
liny BIOCK Knld.
O D. HUBBELL-
Attorney At Law. _
Real Estate and Loans.
Kent ti agency. Collections a spec-
Large list of Farms and Citjr
North Side Square. _____
so ltl «>ii easy
Hortli side squaw,' Knld.
The best 15 ani 2) cijnt Xeitlfl in
flerve all kiada «f
creams, Ices. Cold
AND FINE pastby.
CHOICE LUNOHSS PR*-
PARED FOB TABTIXS.
Fir-it Door Kistof Post Office.
II and K.
jf you want to know wnat H and C
means ask L A Katblon.
LA Faubloo ii the only man who
tells II and K.
The uiosi dangerous move that lids
ye, been made on the political check-
erboard Is being played by the New
York Utmocracy Soui^igfi,, ^1?/
they puyed tUeyiw«J •—
el to Mke a ain</'« trl0,t
Sow they are making loud profes-
sions of loyily to Bryan. Have tliey
been converted. Do they uow eulorse
the principle for which Bryan stands
Certainly not. They hat* every hair
on bis head.
They have learned th at the Kansas
City convention Is to bo a Bryan con-
vention without their lelf.
They know that if they send a dele-
gation to oppose him, that it would
havenopower or inriumue in that
They therefore propose to place
themselves I n harmouy with the rul
Ing spirits of the convealion. Tliey
will then pledge the electoral vows of
the Stat* of New York to the ticitet
on coadltio.i that ',bey be permitted
to turn lowne down aud uam-; title
candidate for Vice President.
They know that such action wo'ttld
give the Mid Road Populist ticket
nominated at Cincinnati a big kcxim
and destroy all chance of Bryan get
ting ane'ectorai vote in tlie p jpu 1st
an! silver stales.
As to the electorial vote of N ew
York, it has bean biu.'ht a"d paid
for by McKmley. !!-• Is as sure of it
as Bryan is of Tti f
Every observer knows that wall
Steeet controls New Yolk politics,
and that McKinley has given Wall
Strest every f.vor It asked of him. It
Is folly for D;inocrat« to go on a raln-
bowebase after tlie v ne if New York
The delivery of th it v i a to McKioj
tey !• a mere formaltiy.
Democrats m y as well tie giv^n to
understand uow that pjplhts will not
ciawl in the ,ust, our pn ty is coin—
pose i of indeueudent thinkers.
We must be given a tail deal or no
pi*/. Our convention at Sioux. Falls
uiApp Ml out the plan of coopt jratlon
itj which ntc^ess may be achie ve t.
IT democrats d i n it, eli n« j t > c >p;
urate, populists cau 11'; u 11 ;r reput)!
ltcaurule as lo.ig as duu era'is cm.
We are no nearer starve 1 tli an rhejr
are aud we Iiatj J'J t *• great e i ta^S
The ralabjw chase U bid politics
aud we trust that the rsfor m Homo]
crats who follow lirpan will i lot de|
ceived bj the treacneruULalbirwrn juts
of ih« Wall Street gang.
Old time democratic pontics i4 %b|
solute becan'e the vote of tne s olid
aouth with New York and Indiana
added will not elect a democratic p res|
PEOPLES PARTY COMMlTTKE
Notice is hereby given that a meet-
ing of the County Committee will be
held at the Grand Jury room in Enid
on Saturday June 2, 1900, 1 p. m.
The manner of nominating a county
ticket and other importaut matters
be gonsidered at this meeting.
O. 1) Hubbell Chairman.
J It. Detwller, Secretary.
Several of our friends asked the
privilege of publL-hing their notices
f final proof in the Echo or Demo-
crat. They were informed by the
officials at the land office that such
.notices must be published in the Sun-
Homesteaders claim that the pub-
lic welfare would be as well served by
publication in any other paper |of
general circulation. They tnink that
>lnce they have to pay for the publi-
cation, that they ought to be per-
mitted to ins.rt It hi aoy pap* r they
They think that competition be-
tween the various papers of the coun-
ty might enable them to get the ser-
vice for Uss m.ney than the Sun-
The officials however insist on the
publication going into the Sun-Eagle
for political reasons only. While th y
adhere to this partisan ruling they
cannot expect Populists and Demo-
crats to waive their party fealty ** !
vote for a .Republican delegate
Until Republican officials loosm up
their party liame string* just a little
they must 2xpeet others to stick
pretty alose to their partizau har-
The Sun-Eagle Is eloquently plea i-
ing the cause of England as against
the Boera ot South Africa. It does
turn In order to justify the McKinley
administration in its gruff treatment
of the South African envoys who are
appealing to this great Republic to
assist themito secure honorable terms
of peace. England insists upon un-
conditional #surreuder, which means
the crushing out of all liberty which
beings of right to that brave people.
The cause of humanity demands
that V.nif ann h ph*-1-
Monday evening, May 21, occured the
Thir l Oommeuceinunt Hferclned of the Knld
t'lty Schools, atlkhtller Hall. The doorn were
thrown open us early as seven o'clock, and
many began arriving then. By eight o'clock
the housu wan overflowing, floor, gallery,
and boxes, aud all standing room
lis occupied. In all about one thousand
persons were In thu ball, the largest croud
Schiller Hall has ever held.
By Supt. lake's arrangement, the mem-
bers of the Board of KducaUon with their
families occuuled Uie boxes, and the High
School were given seats at the rear of the
Seats for all Uie Ward children on thu
program weie reserved for Uiem close in
the front of the stage.
There were over one hundred Jo f.the little
folks on the program o\ «r one hundred tifty
The Opera House * as still decorated with
the flags and bunting placed there for the
Republican Territorial i-ouventlon. To tUeee
the High School students addwl flowto-s and
plants: tin- claaa eolor| PittpTe andQold-
enclrcled the entire sUgt- front; and at the
roar appeared the cla^s motto-"Vltao Via
The«lage ettect wasa beautiful one when
the curtain rose and revealed the High
School standing ready lor the Opening
Chorus. Following the singing came the
Invocation by Hev. h. 0. Walters, of the
Presbyterian Ubureb. This was followed by
another chorus by Uie High School, Mrs.
Judge lt« auchawp being pianist. Then in
four of Miss McKlnzle's " primary pupils
mounted the stage and gave a line Wreath
The Ladles of the Presbyterian Church
will give an Excursion to "Foreign Lands"
in the near future.
Next to love of Uod Implanted at the
mothers knee and cultivated by dally acts
of benevolence and piety Is the love of count-
ry and devotion t« her happiness and per-
petuity. How can we better do this than by
building up our public schools?
You can secure a good position for your
adds In the Kcho by making application this
week. Thu space we have to offer for such
KNID, OK LA.
ALFRED JC. BURWELL
purposes is very limited. Our subscription
books are now open for your inspection albany
time to know the exact number of papers
time to Miss Buitlngton's playing' twenty-
*Oi * *
ke stage and gave a line Wreath
brill. All the drills ol the entire evening
were line, and the teachers and participants
deserve great praise for their preparation.
I>on Sackrlder, representing Miss Morau's
Room, gave a recitation. It was good, but
the crowd near the door were too, noisy.
Then sixteen of Miss Punk's little folks
glided onto the stag*, arranged in gown and
cap. They rocked their del lies and sang a
"Bye-low" song to them.
Bertran Byerley flf Miss Thels, room spoke
up loud and clear in bis recitation. Next
cams tl*e soldier boys and girls, sixteen of
Miss Kldgway's little people, all carrying
flags.They drilled like big soldiers, they
recited a "Wind Story." *•
Now Oracle Beauohaiup, representing
Miss Hogue's Sixth-grade appeared, and
sang a nice vocal solo. Now come the Wand
boys and girls, twenty-eight of Miss Lalir's
pupils. They marched and went throught
the mazes cf a Wand Brill vert .nicely. But
we said the whole program alio all the drills
were well done.
So ended Part One.
The stage belnf rearranged, BJancho • , ,
Beauchamp and Hattle Smith, Tenth Urade, | BU,nat . The-Idol- h ui to r ti a
UUSh School, played a brilliant piano duet. , sum* ois ministerial garb and aaa an tia
Now Oeorge Cecil Kensltaw "George the
Second" advanced to the desk, laid his man
uscript down, and begfn his great Oration
iu favor of ''Kxpanslon America's Birth-
that we issue. We have been greatly sup-
rised ourselves by the prompt manner that
Homesteaders have come forward with their
subscriptions- All seem to bedeeplyinterest-
ed hi the free home cause, Jand our list Is
Samuel Foust Is buildlig a large twostor>
residence o.i his f rui, four miles souib WtfSt
Julius (Jrleser and Fra ik Mess I wero
bowu from K ild, fUASb y.
Chas. M jore had business that t • K lilni
up ts the count se I M inlay.
Kn'd's Workin u L idgeb k- t >e roc >rd
last week, h «vl g SI auphott ons for
members iip iu o. el t. They w II be given
the degrees at S hlller Hall next Friday
uigut, tiul 11 k ge .uiubof w 11 g * Up from
be e ti «ss st in tlie w .k anb a terwards
partioip te in the h tequet to be given.
Out In wnHt is ku.)wu an t e Jlles bistrio
3 nnles n >ith-west f t wn, t merr. war
sg >ing on >ver a p.op .soil on lige of the
scu >oI li tuses te. At a meet ng last M n-
d n , culled t r the k urp se « . ds uss ng
the proposed ehingO,tbe aiguments be-
came si lie<ted a t;e«* .or all fig t waa one
of lne fe .tu es.
Mr. anb Mrs. I'has Moore W Dt to ic Id
Monday un i mis, M. remained for«f*w
da^'s vis t w.th irunds.
Mr. O. H. Fr-inpt'-n, a bretdtrof lne
h gs -t Lou Is v IU. N .diruiik «, h -e pu enas-
tdlnaK nd II arm n irt iwust <>f towu or
m c ins d ration ot *4, 000,00. It's a prett
good la m.
It v.St p'l nson is qu te busy nowdaya
tryiot t- 1 get th pursjii g f n shed «i.d
IB d ) ng n la g • sh ir 1 <>f tii • work h nisei .
Tuesday e was d slurb d in th « m dst of
Lis labo s and the c.IIjis ids st d uton
siivc s to com pi I* a little contract th .t
had been pr- v usly nit >r*-d int >, the na-
tura o which r quired a in n ster to eon-
BURWELL & BURWOLL,
Jtteal Estate Dealers,
Enid and Kingfisher, Oklahoma.
We make asp clalty In handling farm* in Garfield. KlngKsher and ad
Joining counties. An established business and an established reputation
for fair dealing. City Property Bought and Sold.
ENID BUGGY HOUSE
THE LARGEST STOCK,
THE GREATEST VARIETY,
THE MOST STYLISH TURNOUTS
0 BE FOUND IN OH LAHOMA.
EVERT RIO GUARANTEED
Old style surreys and pheatons at slaughter prtces. They muRt go quluk
1 make room for new style
south bast corner squabs, ENID, OKLAHOMA.
right." He had many statistics well In mem
ory and many strongs arguments In favor
He did very well Indeed, So did George
Howe Marsh. "Oeorge Uie First" who ap-
pealed to controvert Oeorge tteushaw's ar-
guments by bis own, "Liberty not Imper-
Now came the "Oklahoma Mistletoe Cherns
The mornllit Of May 30, was Hoe
and at an early hour the Htreeti of
Kuid began to till "P by ,en
o'clock- presanted an aoimattd ap-
The Memorial services were eoti-
ducted by McDowell Post 0 A U and
were certainly a areit success. A
lar,. procession i ( carriage*, hutfgie"
and other vehicles all laden with
humanity formed at about 11 o'c'oek
and proceeded to the eft me! ry and
decorated utie «rave of tbe departed
in a profuse and attractive manner.
A lartf" conRregation assembled at
Schiller Hall at 3:30 p m to pay a
tribute of respeet to tbe memory of
the gallant, defenders of the country
wno fell luliittle or have ulnee crossed
over to !.he <tate wiiere universal
peace isiuus supreme.
Tae services were opened by sin#*
og "America" in which the congre-
gation joiued with energy aud spirit,
followed with prayer by Hev. Jl.
Prof Lock.) Hi iu read the memorial
address delivered by President LinJ
coin at Gsttesburg.
lion E M Ea«i ni in of the land oMca
read a very elaborate and carefully
Miss Irene Wigger recited a very
touching lvcitatlou, Fattier was a
Itev M Porter delivered a spirited
exhortation uriog tlie Old Soldiers to
enscribe tbeii names on the roll of the
by sums dozen of tit. Hl?li Si-hool girl., : ™'"„i ViW, V.T"iir.„ isi .th n Siavonsoo
Then Bessie Truttt of the Tenth Grade, I U.yZi 1 00 ty Bev. N.th m o. atav.nson
tu m.rrl.gj Hr. John Ktnne/ ->f Knld te
U ss Nellie T g.e of siy. Art =r wish-
lug tii.in h^ii .in>ss, I >ng Hr. anb pc'tsp-
arity, tli. tlder put on u s w irking eliilhes
ant rcsanud ms job at tbupirso/iaga.
Tlie ij. A. It lilgti commission iu>y spr.ab
ail the wliuew.s j lli.vi'hnis. oa tue
Klniey pension dep rtm*nt, hilt tti. old
*4r.ns know how laey hav. b*en r.bb.«
John Kinney ge29birth ulaee NewYsrk.
aud Nellie Tlghi ng- Ti til th place 1 '
ostO don Hennessey Marr,ed atWakomls
ENID SUPPLY CO!
Opposite (Pout ^Office,
Furniture, Hardware, Stoves and Tinware
Sewing Machines, JWashlng Maclilncs, Churns, Wooden and Willow
Ware, and general HOUSEHOLD SDPPLIES. Will take your Old
Furniture lu exchange for new. Do 'ill kinds [ot repairing and Cabinet
work Call and see us we will appreciate your patronage.
ENID SUPPLY CO,
High School recited ',Ask Mamma,,,
hultoi did so and alsomarrled in tm u i I'll •
Then came the song "John Brown had a
little Indian," and the lingers darted forth
from concealment, ten little Indians indeed
judging from their feathers and blanket,
pupils of Miss Rector's room. Tbuy recited
Now Miss Lou RoLerts, the only girl grad
uate, stepped forward and gave her Oration
"No day without lines*" She had a line
oration and one full of good counsel, to the
wisely use the time Blossom Fleming, of tbe
Kiglit Grade Miss Baumgarlner^ room, now
sang a sweet vocal solo. Arrayed all lu white
seven of Mrs. Park's Seventh Grade girls
gave In Pantomime Tennyson's "Bugle Song
very charmingly Miss Kthet Joreph recited
I Arthur Farr.naton a26 birth plate
low* Posj 0 loe LyunO T. and Hlaooh Du
1 Uolsa a*e 1« blrt . ce Indlaaa P. st
0 flee Lynn. M«y 24th t Ly n o. T. by
Rev. Bm«nuel J. Smith.
Carwin A. Gibbs a. e 26 birth dace low
p st Of 1 e Knld, and Bessie tFend«rf^st
aga 21 l'osl O flea N j.tb Knld.
Sohmtn M. Wick age 24 bl th pace Chlo
Post Of lee Knld, and Lulu Grace Gu nl |g
®ke 16 bl th place Illlnolse P^st Ofiica Knld
Frank T. Slmmo s color black age 20
b rth place Memunis Teun F. 0. ttn d and
LIU . BoWnson ge 18 olo: bl ek.
CORN KOlt SAI.K.
R. K. Bray deslros us to state that tie bis
1 . good supply o' first i'1 ss eon which ho
the"lines from behind the scenes." The girls | wants towl'l «t tds place, on the 8, W
tnen gave the appresriate gestures for, Joy, _ guarterol Sec 24-28-7.
is saiu siioiuit inousauo people cnuic tu new tne nupi. uik- ^ , V !
(pera House door, hut could not get In , schools ot the city to get a I Ills relatives
there whs a light rain, u o! Knld Is loyal and friends to vote for ''Tiik HiijH HuBooi,
T. M. rouii. of (i'trlier, lias a good |
frtsu miik cow fur sale.
C ias Sberci lias a good freight tliiee
and one liilf wagon for sale for $35,
Jil'lgi! J Ivlteaucli imp returned from
Kansas Monday irglit, and opened
court promptly Tuesday morning.
Liitle Willie Jordau, who, with his
parents is visiting tlie family of Mr
LaPor'e. lias been seriously 111 With
Ulnih ru Infantum fur two days.
We observed the smiling face of
Riley Laague in tbe city kton&ay. He
came from over fmm Talma. He says
the railroad has not yet reached that
W. 14. Divers bas just reclevad
ills now inamoth fall stock f wall
paper of tlie latest designs this en-
larges his stock to more than double
tbe entire wall paper stoCK u! Knld.
Prof A J Vlucent who graduates
,'rotu the Alva Normal this year is
In the city. He is said to be an appli-
cant for the position of superlnteud-
ant ofcity schools. He appears to be
gave the appresriate
Despair, Devotion, Caution vc.
Next, Jessie Hayes, of Tenth Grade High
School, gave us a very Interesting recitation
"A Sisterly Scheme." How Flossie Belton
ostensibly trained her big sister's love, and
then took bliii herself.'
Next the Klght Ghots of tho Manophoiie
"appeaded eight High School girls, Mr.
Steele used them as notes of piano aud they
sang, ghostlike, "Swnanee River."
By request Judge Wo Cromwell adlressed
the audience on the Damon and Pythias
play for Tuesday evening. Also Colonal
Moore made a speech urging everybody to
vote for the High School for the piano.
Supt.C. K. Locke then presented thec'ass
of 1900 to Dr. M. A. Kelso, Pre*t. of the Board
of education. Tbe Doctor made an excellent
talk to the class, urging then) to go on to
college, than banded them their diplomas.
Bev. Porter of the Methodist Church led in
alnglng, Old Hundred and gave the benldlc-
iion. The great audience gradually departed
and this closed Knld's greatest Commence-
it Is said another thousand people came to
to her Public Schools,
George Renshaw wins Banker Watkins'
Kingfisher College Scholorshlp jffer.
Sereral of the High School students will
accompany Supt. and Mrs, Locke to the
Alva Normal next year.
The City Teachers' Kxamlnatton Is In
1 session this week. Those taking theexamln-
I alloc are Messre Joe li. Porter and John
I Anderson, and ladles Mrs. Parxs, Mrs. Fogg,
Miss Maggie Nelson and Miss Grace Robert-
son. The gentlemen desire High School cer-
tificate*; the ladles Grammar tirade certl
ficates. There are a number of the city
teachers whose certificates expire this sum-
mer Mrs. Thels, Miss Baumgartner, Miss
Moran, Miss Rldgwav and Miss Rector.
Miss. Hogue will rest next year, much to
the regret of the Board and pupils, it will
hard to All her place.
Judge W. 0. Cromwell is the new member
of the City Examining Board. The other
are Supt. Locke and Mrs. J.C. Parks.
Knld's teachers are all good teachers and
and worthy of re-election.
Supt. Locke departs next week fur Tecum
ssb, to County Institute wora.
Next year there will be at out a dozen in
tbe graduating class.
Knld must have three or four more teach-
ers next year,
Mrs. Locks entertained the Graduating
class las Saturday even lug, at her borne, on
I Six converts are to belmeraed and |a 1-
m tted into tne Tu-kev Creek 0 .ng ega_
' tlonal Church next Sunday at t'iree • rloel
• p. M. Tnese accessions are th« lesult <•!
protracted meeting that has been held
that church by Rev. Sheldon.
I THAT PR1ZK PIANO.
. supt. Locke wants to know why the Hum
school should not have that piano. If
. "music hath charms"—why not eminently
fitting to have the finest music at sc.uooI.
Then, a church or a lodge would uae the
piano only one or two times a week but a
' school everv day, five days In a week, eight
or nine months in the year. Then, youth
is the formative stage of life. Then Is
i when the best influences are needed music
I in the school room is of immense value
We have singing, without even an organ
. in the school* or the entire cltv. Here b
! a line chance for the patrons of the schools
to get a grand piano for the children,
the children are Interested for they are
In time to reach the High School some day
new the Supt. urges every
C. L. 0G1LVIE, MA'G'R.
Opposite Post Office
VnlH rt T
HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS
A FULL LINE OF THE BEST MAKES.
This Machine is Fully Warranteed by
H E- DIEhL & CO
S, E. CORNER OF THE SQUARE, ENID, 0 T.
Idem. There must be a new uouibl,na| an agreeable gentleman and he car-
aud rles strong endorsuieutJ from the
President of the Normal.
tlou and the populist uf the west
north west hold tbe kep tu tlie sil ua,
"DOS T KNOW ANYTH1S G
Frank Van Slleu the head cler k of
L A Fuubion corner grocery interna
us that we dont know anythlni . He
was • I busy selllug goods tbat w e did
Dot stop to argU'J tUa case, but, we
think his best girl had betwr look
after hint soon.
MrQ. 11. Tantey Is now canvassing
tkecouiity for a map to be issued by
Shtaperd'a Company of StLouis. This
gJab: fareweu'lce JiS?^ "e a sectional map of the county
Wednesday night at the Hall. The ]showing the natuo of the owner of
proceeds to be used In defraying the " " " ""
traveling expenses of the company.
J W Naylor of McKinley township
was In town Thursday making prepu|
rations to send his daughter out to
Wyomlcgfor her healtu.
each farm and the location of his
house, it also shows the location of
each sjhool house and ohurcb. The
map Is being draftel with great oare
and will be very useful. The price Is
placed at a very low rate, M.W.
And we earnestly request everybody to help
our vote out, in tbls contest. Put all
jour ballots til tbe hox, at Melbergen s
store, marked "High School."
The committee of High School girls to
count the ballots are: Hauls Sinttb.
Blanche Heauchamp, Jessie llays, hou
Roberts, Maggie Jar boe.
0. K. Loots Supt.
. J IC Heath lias fifteen head of cattle at bis
rami four miles this side ol Alvaretta and
s thinking of holding a public sale In order
ocl.se out his stock.
If you dont want to suoport the .flour
trust buy your flour of Lincoln. He snips
In by the car load aud has a grade he will
warrant a urade Higher than Is inaile In
Knld. Perry It. Lincoln Kast Broadway.
E. M llyerly started Tuesday for a
week's visit with Ins brother at Kan-
B II Gray of Logju township returl
ned Thursday fnuu a two moutdsvls)
It with relatives and friends at Ills
old nuuic near St J or Missouri, he no|
tices great Improvement during bis
The contractors have commenced
work on the new Masonic Timpleou
the south wese corner of square.
Farmers! Insure jour growing
grain iu tlie El Reno Mutual tbe
■ mlv safe reliable company doing
busluess in tbe territory, It bas
more than double tbe membership
of any other company and more than
all others combined, Anil during
181W paid more losses titan all o1 her
companies combined mutual and old
line doing business lu tblsTerritory
All It* officers are clean, straight
reliable farmers and systematic busi-
ness men as well.
N B Chump, Agent.
Euid Okt a.
Oflu jmr U ti if ll rdw r« tor«
THE PEOPLES STORE.
NEW LUMBER YARD
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER
royal cement plaster.
Located on West Broadway Ju«t one blook treat ef
P ublic f quare.
See a* before buying. FRANTZ LUMBER 0*
J. T. WILMES |
MERCHANT TAILOR i
.Solicits tlio patronage of the public
First Class tailoring worn at moder-
ate prices. Cleaning end repairing 1
done on short notice West Side of j
(square End south ot Frantz bard-1
ware store. 1
DR C M HARRISON, •
Physician and Snrgoon
OB ovyr II i W li it irltl 11
Broil* o tt '.i .iu i fr i u 1 t • I • l
in n I I ti S p u
1'hone No 38
OfBce over Gem Pharmacy.
HOP LEE, Managei
Moiroe Street, Knld, All work dOM
promptly and satisfaction guarauMM
Give me a trial.
j t; t ■; t. t n';. .< >••. •«$ .
o Jrair ii u t s 'j: u > t i t > j 11 ii ail JI
Oljlaj !), * ti. r. * o J ten.
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Detwiler, J. R. The Enid Echo. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 29, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 30, 1900, newspaper, May 30, 1900; Enid, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90591/m1/1/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.