The Enid Echo. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 40, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 7, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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THE ENID ECHO.
STATEHOOD FOR OKLAHOMA WITH ENID AS ITS CAPITAL.
ENID. GARFIELD COUNTY: OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST I, 190]
Wholesale and Retail.
North East corner of square.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Teas, Coffees, Spices
anil Fancy Luxuries.
Meat, Provisions Flour
Mill Feed hides and hay
GARDEN SEED IN
Butter eggs and pro-
duce wholesale and
to all parts of the
PHONE NO 54.
L, A- FAUBION
THE ENID ECHO
Entered at the Enid Postofllce as Second
A PARMER'S JOURNAL.
Published Weekly on Wednesday
J. R. DETWILER, EDITOR.
Subscription, per year • $1.00
Advertising rates made known
W- 0- CROMWELL-
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Empire Block, Enid, O. T
John C. Moore Chas. L. Moore.
MOORE & MOORE
Attorneys at Law.
Will Practice in all Courts.
Southeat Corner Square.
O D. HUBBELL-
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Room 12, Gannon, Henry & Rogers
Block, N. E. corner of Square.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
W. S. Whttinghill
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Canon City Lump
Keeps the Largest
Stock of Wall
Paper in Garfielc
Plate and Window
of any Style or Size
KUGS. HUTTKK. EUtis.
Sen Lincoln!) market, in Bulletin
'boards before reaching Knld, aud If
you cannot bent, this price take your
and butter to Lincoln* store
wliero eiw* and butter is highest and
.groceries the lowest.
A POLITICAL GAME
The Kiown reservation lies next
to Texan and it was supposed that
its settlement would be largely by
Texans., consequently Democrats.
TheJ^drawing plan changed that
Texas in the first thousand
names drawn furnished but eight
per cent of the winners; Indian
territory, also Democratic, furnish-
ed but nine per cent; in other
ords from the Democratic reser-
voirs there was drawn only seven-
teen percent. On the other hand
from Oklahoma and Kansas, both
Republican, there was drawn 111)
per cent in the first thousand and
of this Oklahoma had in tne neigh-
borhood of 48per cent.
Ther.' remains no longer any
doubt that Kansas' contribution on
top of Oklahoma's makes for a
rtainty, assured and reliable lie-
publican majority in each of the
three new counties.
As those three new counties go,
so will Oklahoma go.
The Eagle editor is on the inside
of Republican management. He
speaks by authority of one who
knows what he says. The langu-
age of the editorial quoted reveals
the purpose in view, when the ad-
ministration broke down all moral
barriers ard started the wheel of
fortune at El Reno. It was
thought that settlement by a race
ould make the counties Demo-
cratic. Tin; lottery was adopted
to make them Republican.
The political schemers care noth-
ing for the demoralization of .the,
gambling devise. They were not
concerned about the real farmers,
who were camping on the borders
with their tools ready to develop
the wilderness. They did not
hestitate to adopt a plan that gave
the land to speculators around the
towns. Their object was to
make three counties Republican.
We will not assert that the draw-
ing was unfivirly conducted. Tha
world knows that wlrm a gang of
politicians start out to gain a poli-
tical advantage that they always
act fair and honest. We
have often heard politicians declare
that everything is fair in politics
and war. That includes lotteries.
The President's message pro
vided one effectual safe guard
against fraud. The name of eac i
applicant was to be sealed up in
an envelope; that envelope was to
have no designating marks, no one
could know the name it contained
until it was drawn out of the great
box and opened. That part of the
message was disregarded and the
loor thrown wide open for fraud.
The slips upon which the names
were written were thumbed over
and tabulated. In this process
they could have been classified by
states according to the idea of the
Eagle. We do not arsert that this
was done, but the gang certainly
provided themselves with an op-
portunity to do so, when they de-
parted from t he instructions of
We presume that those present
saw that all the envelopes were
placed in the boxes when the
drawing commenced. But
observed that only 500 names were
drawn from each district the first
We do not assert that, any of the
names from Texas, Indian Terri-
tory or Missouri wore removed the
following night and returned the
night after all winners were drawn.
But it would nave looked better if
the names of all winners had been
drawn the first day, while the pub-
eye was upon those boxes.
Surely thirteen thousand names
could have been drawn out the first
day, since thirty-nine thousand
lottery was a political game of
chance, manipulated by the party
in power to perpetuate its power.
Tne gamblers lived in clover up
to their eyes at El Reno for twenty
days. At least the town was wide
open and every game known to the
fraternity was worked for all it was
worth. For this we do not criti-
cise El Reno. It would have ap-
peared disloyal for El jjeno to at-
tempt to enforce the laws of the
territory against gambling while
Uncle Sam was turning a wheel of
fortune, within the gates of the
city. Great is McHanna.
The Wichita Eagle is satisfied
tlmf the three new counties will be
The 167,006 people who regis-
tered at El Reno doubtless paid
out an average of $20 each for car
fare and hotel bills; this makes the
enormous sum of $3,340,120. This
is more than all the contests cost
since passage of the homestead
The wheel of fortune at El Reno
seemed to favor the speculators
around towns, while a very large
number of the country boys got
left, and the old farmers who
moved all their belongings down
to the border months ago are in the
snip, but then the Wichita Eagle
thinks the three counties will be
sure enough Republican.
The young Texas farmers who
got left, at El Reno should go in
and marry the town girls from the
north who drew claims. They
might not be very well contented
living in the country, but after
fourteen months the claim could
j. b ' proved up and they could move
to town again. The boys could
batch on the farm during the week
and go home to see their girls
every Sunday. That would be
romantic for married ueoule but 11® rounding up tliflr entile in ilio new
lomauut lor marneu peupjo, 0,)UBtr,. unl| moving Ultra to the ifovern-
't would beat no farm by a large ment reservations, 1 buy know that It will
be levoral months before tlw homesteaders
majority. matrnal intiftnonew country to
i ft il'V liie.lr claims *ud are, therefore In no
' hurry to t,-(t their caltlo oat.
A. L. Hanks has sold th« restaurant at
Drummond to Edwafd Ireton, who will run
Captain Grab'e and Lieutenant Slnnor. of
the Salvation army, b« dr.-w claims in
the cow country.
Prof. Locke, forinwli superintendent of
the Bold public schow.s was In the cl*y
Tuesday greeting old friends
William Ilaekett received this week from
St Joe a consignment f natent hay racK
fasteners. which ho is selling.
Miss Edna McKenzie lias returned 'rom
Kansus City, Missouri, where she has heen
receiving instructions in elocution.
Monday, September 3, is the date llxed for
holding: aw election to deddeon the propo-
sition to bul d a County High schoo'.
J. W. Thompson nnd wife, i f Cleo, have
been visiting with Mrs. Thompson's parents
Mr. and Mrs. 'has. II. Kgner for several
day - .
Five of the occupants of th * second story
above Kau bio if $ store drew vuliiahi*clalius
in the new country. This Is a very success-
ful r cord for that block.
Drummond has four lumber yards at the
present time as Jfollows: The Walton Co.,
me Enid Lumber yards, the Res Lumber
yards ar.d the Long Bell yards.
I want to rent some houses to some good
people. Also some furnished rooms to let.
CalfonC. R Jordnn.
Itoom no. 10, Day Block, Enid, O. T,,
Jolinfmitli, who has b«en c.'orklng at
Faublon's store for some months has pur-
chased an interest in the City Hukery and
will run it in connection with .Jacob Llnne-
T>io first brick building to go up In ti 0
burned district will be the one now in pro-
cessor construction by (Jamblo & Hanna.
It will be 25x115 reetard three stories high,
having a wall forty feet high.
W. 11. Van Pelt, wno has been running
the Slar barn for several weoks, loft this af-
ternoon for Okeene, whore ho wlli engage
l i the livery business. He takes with him
thirteen head of horses and seven rigs.
Any one having a good farm team, a
good milch cow or two, to uso as part nay-
ment on a good 5 or 8 roomed house, will do
well to call on C. R. Jordnn.
Room W Day block, Enid, O. T.
Monday Right Mrs William Marble died
at her home twelve miles southeast of Enid
near SKcleton postolfice. She was the
daughter of Mr. L Kelly, of Vllat postofllce,
and the sister of Mrs. J". B Ferguson, of th'i
A very Urge number of Enid people left
within the p<«t weok far the new country.
These will begin to return to Enid after
Wednesday sad but wiser, Treat them all
kindly lor thoy havealkboen strong friends
of Enid and put in th«tr best efforts prals.
in«r t 'e good points of the future capital of
Govern men Ujifllcls I* say that Kort Reno
will seon be abandoned and that a 11 troops
necessary to preserve order in this section
w<ll tie rendezvoupd at Fort Sill. The
buildings at Fort Iteno are In bad condition
iir d the government will not hse much
wlivn it abandons them.
The big cattlemen are taking their time
)f Marshal, was in
HOCK ISLAND TO 001.0N1ZK MKXIC
Plans are being mode by th" Rock Island'
"I lor extensive colonization of Jf.1" ".'iV'Mmt th« rii.nlPi
I..,-..'(, t■>ndx tii Mexico alunir tli* rllrht-of-' ^* Oft IL He wt s c# tlii.J the agricultural
wov of the Mexican Central railr ad. Aslout'ook ol ilcud township usgunied a
w of the Mexican 1 pnlra^J^ajr( ™ | n(?w pliase since the rain. Cor.i that seem^
the Rock Is and's
Liberal to El Reno Is completed it Is the
purpose of the c°ini>«ny to bes'ln running a
series of hom« feekerj.' excursions Into Mex-
ico, and It expected that, these will result
in ms.'O Be>'!<lo:; permanent residence
The lirst tnovt in this direction was made
when the pass *ii 'er departm°nt of the com-
pany s ilt an agent to the City of Mexico
with ;• view to engaging the attention of a
large land compmy and paving the way to
plae," the land* in question on the market.
Sometime ago Oe erui Passenger Agent
John S 'liiistlan visited all the important
cities of Mexico uml "pointed Rock Island
ngern vvlih Inst " ' " * "'
.,d lo be parched and dry has now revived
and is sending out new shiots. He Is ot
iUh opinion that It Will make som« corn
The various towns in the territory are
marshalling their forces for a state capital
light when Ok ahonia conies Into the union.
Nearly every big town wants the capital.
They ore all sore on Outline. They claim
Guthrie hogs the earth. Thero Is talk of
t he other towns effecting a combination to
putUuthrlo out of the race early In the
irame and then llsrht the location question
out among themselves. El Reno is a red
...... lint c.indidato for the capital. If Guthrie
t'ons that the eolonlza- i r-ialns the capital it will huvn to do some
to be const intr placed hard work. A'ter the question Is settled It
before ti public. iwi'l realize tha* It had a light on Its hands.
It, Vie exten lv ,*■ colonization cvn be done , A, th0 ri,,.eilt (|rUwlnt; In the HI Iteno dlt
It will I necessary to liav* tin- laws of | ,rl,., jonn ]>u;|ur of Enid drow aclaimon
< xi. - changed, and it is understood tha. | ^() 0521 an(| as j|U.rt. are two John Hollars
Ideni Diaz is In sympathy with thejlt, iius city, futbc r and son, there was some
movement In Ibis direction. Under the
present land 11 ws no tax can be collected
for unoccupied and uuused lands. Ovvlntr
to this fact many thonsaiid acres of fertile
lands In Mexico ar- Ivlng Idle and the own-
ers are not anxious to do anything wit ti
them, for the r'-ason that they c«vst no'hlng
Sebastaln said in regard to thl* tii.it
he had reason to believe that Prewlde 1
Diaz was he.rtlly In fuv.irof placing a tax
upon unused lands, and If this Is done li
will have the effect of placing many thou-
sand .cres t.f fertile .Mexican lunds on the
market at on-e. When such t time arrives
tnere are ye . ral capitalists who stand
reaiiy to invrst larj.e sums tn tlieso lands
v/itba view l< cooperating with the Rock
Mind In theetfoit tocMonlze them. Mr.
S b isblan said :
"Our c'Ionization plana are not perfected
but we lntetiitodon large work lu that di-
rection as soon os cndlMans arc favorable,
Few people reallz- the posslbllllles of Mex-
ico from f commercial standpoint. Then
are countless acres of the most fertile char-
acter ly n r Idle within ntgy re eli of trans-
portatlon tacilitle . These lands are adapt-
ed to raising alt ulnds of tropical fruits, to
farming, to the rubber tree Industry, and
to .1 d< z 11 other li dustrles. The piople
who own these lands have not the enter-
prise nor money t develop them, and 1 «ee
no reason why Ihey should not be colonized
with Industrious people from the States.
The government of Mexico Is hearillv in
favor of tho plan, and if the laws are
changed so uh to place a tax on these lands
It wi'l greatly aid t-ho undertaking."
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
From pasture 011 Rock Creek 11
miles northeast of Hennessey, 0110
it in jspan of mules 11 and 12 years old.
One is a light gray in color, the
other a brown; weight 1(XX) pounds
each. A liberal reward will be paid
for information loading lo their
recovery. Address, W. I Kennedy
at Hennessey, Okla.
doubt which one actually dr.*w tho claim.
So Councilman John asked for addl.ional
information regarding whether the gold
dol'ar or the silver uollar had won and the
I t; 1 ifl 1 man said, aged sixty, with silver
threads among the gold locks, weight 140
nods, height 5 feet eight lnchea and a
hoosl rjby birth. All those owing the vet-
eran Enid shoe makor will plr use call and
but J din Dollar Jr. will still b«
found at the old stand willing and able to
a first class job at the lowest living
prices for cash. A D rge lot of shoes be-
longing lo customers must, hi taken away
before August 10 or they will b.; sold at
ALL KDiTORS DREW BLANKS.
Every editor In Enid registered in order
to secure a claim and they all drow goose
eggs. They aro all satisfied except Isey,
who was the only ono that tiled a sworn
statement that years ago lie was a squaw
man and therefore entitled to an Indian ul-
But the government ofllclals wouldn't be-
lieve his sworn statement and he returned
home vowing that he and Lone Wolf would
atop the opening by nunc pro tunc proceed-
ings instituted lu Tammany ceurt.
Judge Pregar has left Enid and threw
the keys lnlo the new reservoir and Isey
can do nothing hut chew the rag and blame
it all on Hop Lee.
Continued P;om Last Week.
4986 Raudells & Grubb coal 1615
allowed in full
4987 State Capital Ptg Co Supplies
II 25 allowed in full
4988 Thomas J Sanford service Co
Board Ins 4 00 allowed in full
4989 E P Moore printing 13 75 al-
lowed in full
4990 E. P. Moore, Supplie 2 75 al-
lowed in full.
4991 M.G. Reger, building bridges,
23 00, allowed in full
4993 W. T. Stoalabargcr, Service
B'rd Equalization, 6 00 allowed in
4994 W. T. Stoalabarger, salary Co.
Assessor, 1,450 00 allowed in full.
4995 K. L. Pack, house rent Mrs.
Elliott, 10 00, disallowed.
49% T. A. Knower, coal, 67 30, al-
lowed in full.
n the matter of the remonstrance of
J. P, Stuard and others to the is-
suance of license to Lew Burns to sell
malt, spirtuous and vinous liquors in
the village of Kremlin, Kremlin Twp.
Garfield County, O, T.:
The hour of one o'clock p. m. hav-
ing arrived and the applicant for li-
cense not being present in person or
by attorney, the board, after due con-
sideration, and being fully advised in
the matter, orders that the said ap-
plication anil petition of the said Lew
Burns to sell intoxicating liquors in
the village of Krumiin, O. T., be re-
fused, and the license as prayed for
in said application and petition be
H. C. Jaynk, Chairman Pro Tern.
Atteat Frank T. Hatter Co. Clerk.
The following claims are hereby
4997 Frank Brad field, papering of-
fice etc., 7 ©0 allowed in full.
4998 W. H. Divers, papering pro-
bate court, 5 25, allowed in full.
4999 H. M. Kaikes, clerk of election,
4 00, allowed in full.
5000 Frank T, Hatter, office safe,
97 00, allowed in full.
5001 J. H. Riggs, Service Co Equal-
ization Board 6 00, allowed in full.
5003 P. Steinberger, Board smallpox
patients 48 23, allowed in 24 23.
5004 W. V, Steinberger, smallpox
nurse 36 00, allowed in 18 00.
5005 Enid Furniture Co. coffins etc.
22 50, allowed in full.I
5006 Geo. D. Barnard & Co., Pens
for Register 2 63 allowed in full.
5007 E. H. Howell, bridge work,
5 00, allowed in full.
5008 E. II. Williams, Judge election,
400, allowed in full.
5009 W. H. Divers, work probate
court, 1 50, allowed in full.
5010 J A Hamm, Supt. water, works
for court house and jail, 14 80 dis-
5011 J. A. Hamm, water pipes and
fixturees, 37 50, allowed in full.
The hoyr of six o'clock p. m. hav-
ing arrived, the Board now takes a
recess until nine o'clock a. m, tomor-
tuesday, july 23d, 1901.
The Hoard of County Commission-
ers met at nine o'clock a. m. on this,
the 23d day of July, 1901, pursuant to
recess taken, members present Henry
C. Jayne, chairman pro tem and J.
H. Riggs, commissioner Ford being
absent. The following proceedings
were had and done. The following
proceedings were had done. The fol
lowing bills were audited:
5012 S. H. Peter printing, 2 88, al-
lowed in full.
5013 Hockaday Co, Mdse 19 40 al-
lowed in full.
5014 New York 2nd hand store mdse.
15 00, allowed in full.
5015 New York 2nd hand store mdse.
4 25, allowed in full.
5016 H. B. McKenzic, M. D., Co.
Physician 105 40, allowed in full.
5017 P. T, Walton Lbr Co. lumber
for county, 57 66 allowed in full,
5018 W T Stoalabarger supplies 405
allowed in full.
5019 J K Archer nurse, 32 50, allow-
ed in 22 50,
5020 J H Riggs, supt, bridge work,
36 00, allowed in full.
5021 H C Jayne, supt. bridge work.
12 00, allowed in full.
5022 J H Riggs salary Co Corar.
lo4 75 allowed in full.
o23 Oscar E Ford salary Co Cotnr.
I06 25, allowed in full.
5024 H C Jayne salary Co Comr.
Ill 25 allowed in full.
5025 Leader Ptg Co supplies 18 5o,
allowed in full.
5026 Joseph Kasiah labor 8 5o, al-
lowed in full.
5027 F E Wethered hauling lumber
15 00 allowed iu full.
5028 Randolph & Mehew team hire
1 So allowed in full.
5029 J R Detwiler printing 4o 95 al
lowed in full.
5o31 The Gem Pharmacy Medicines
for pest house, 93 95. allowed in
ENID BUGGY HOUSE
It' yon want:
A buggy, spring wagon,
carriage or a lumber
wagon, we have a full
McFarlan, Columbus, Henney & Blees, Mc-
Vicar Buggies, the Mitchel wagon, and -
A full and Complete line
of Qui ton farm Imple-
We want your trade and will have it if good
goods and Low prices are an inducement.
ENID BUCCY HOUSE,
Emplro Block, Wost Side Square
CASH PROVISION STORE
Choice Fresh Meat, Salt Meat, Groceries, Fresh
Butter and Eg'g-s.
PROMPT DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY.
WE WANT COUNTRY PRODUCE AT
GIVE US A CALL
We want your business
land will treat you right.
STAUFFER & CO.,
Nortbwest Corner of Square.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON SHOP.
W. F. HAMPY, Proprietor.
Plow Work and General Black Smithing.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty*
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Monroe St- One Block west of Square-
TANK AND PUMP FACTORY,
W. J. Skinner in running quite &
manufacturing business at tho old
Sclsor place, 011 Cherokee Avenue,
one block south of the postotfioe.
Air Motor windmills and pumps,
wooden tanks of all si7.es. Drivo
wells and repairing pumps, motors,
etc, AH work guaranteed, Griye
him a call, tf.
Carroll & Alexander carry a nice,
(1 were drawn on clean stock of groceries and provis-
Iions, and pny liberal prices for
p,roduo®',eto' At No
Uld Luut Bruudwuy, phono No 82
'i ti apparent huh iuw uiuu
The Kl Keno American made a very uti-
fortunato blunder bv repeating fifty or sixty
names ami makliur It abpear that they had
registered in both the Kl Keno and Lawton
district. Among these was the namo of
Mlvs Ktliel ButTlngton, a very estimable
young lady of this city, drawing out of
that error mauy wild rep< lb have been in
circulation about the n inter. Last Wed-
nesday Miss Buiringtcn \vent to Duncan to
visit her friend, Mr-. Htettnlsch, formerly
Miss Holla Heath, of tills eliy. Before the
tlni( for tiling Miss Huirington will have a
tine claim sylected and she will not get
marrl'd before tho llilng Is duly recorded.
ROCK 1«LANI) NOT APFBOTIO.
Topeka, August 4—The steed strike will
not Interfere tn the completion of the new
Hock Island branch line in tho Klowa-Co'
manche dountrv, to be thrown open to set-
tlement next Tuesday, ho the officials of
the system say The company purchased
steel for the branches several months ago
and It is already on tho ground*
"Enough steol rails are stacked up at
Chickasha to complete all of our lines now
under tho course of construction,•' said a
Bock Island official this afternoon. "We
got our order in In time to have U tilled be
fon the steel strike. Our greatest difficulty
Is in gettlug men to lay tracK.
"Under ordinary circumstances our Law-
ton branch would havo been completed and
thrown open for traffic today. \Vo intend
to have It In operation for ttio o^enl
Hut tho big wheat harvest name on and tho
farmers took our laborers away from us
Asarusultwe have been unable tu com-
plete tho line."
NOW IN POOR CIRCUMSTANCE
El Itenr, Ok., Aug. 3.—Ths ' ity is
quiet although uiany strangors are
still here. Dissapointmerit has had a
quieting effect and those left hero
are undecided what to do. Trains
going North and East are erowded
with disheartened people. Many of
those liomesoeker who have campcd
along the borders are without money
and It h feared that suffering will be
Many merchants and professional
men have drawn claims anb thousands
of hungry, earnest and anxious seek
ers after homes have been dlsapoint*
ed. Sacrifice sales of tents, horses
anb wagons aro numerous and the
voice of the auctioneer Is more fre-
quent thau cheers and laughtar.
Many are homeward bounb, but hun
dreds are drifting south in hopes,
ac wber like, that something may
The Clirctaw railroad has changed
plan* and will buiid its Kansas
oranch Wichita, Kan, At. first It
Intended Lo a branch trom\(]erry, o.
T. to lviowt, Kau ,a delcgatiau of
Kiowa people informeb the compaoy
that Kiowa didn't care to have the
road, so the company took K'owa at
Its word and changed the route so
that the will go through Anthony
and terminate at Wichita.
Some of those wlio wero not 1
favor of the pow railroad coming to
Enid, talk a if thoy wero ignorant of
the Idea that the Cbocnaw would
have taken much of the far westean
trade of Enid, e?eu If the Hts roan
had uever been completed to Enid
chickens Hatched out.
A Perry lady, who has a weakness
for chickens, recently set a number
of hens ori common store eggs. A
bout the time the period of lncuba-
lon should have expired tha hens,
no doubt becoming disgusted with
the results of their labors and hot
weather combined, deserted their
The eggs were cast aside In a garb-
age pile to be carted away,
They lav there about a week, when
one morning, the lady in passing the
place where thoy lay In the sun, ob-
served something unusual. There
were about :0 little chicks hatched
out by the phenomenal weather,
She carried them to the house, and
the* are now about two weeks old,
thrifty and great pets. They ate
readily and from the t'ir>t and appear
to do as well as if batched out lu a
Perhaps the most peculiar part of
this story Is the circumstance that
the Incubation period of these chick-
ens required a week more than is us-
ually the case. Of course it is Impos
sible that the owner could havo been
mistaken in her calculation of time.
The youngest homeseeker to draw
a claim in the Lawton district was
little Ruth Donovan, of Enid.
Judge Donovan was a soldier. He
died a few months ago leaving a little
orphan daughter, now only 1 year old.
A guardian was appointed for the
child and her name was registerod for
a claim under the law giving solblers'
widows and orphans the right to
homestead land on the same basis
that soldiers themselves can make
entry. She drew a claim in the Kl
Reno district. Her guardian can
hold the claim for her.
CHEAPER THAN EVER
COLORADO AND UTAH.
Daily June 18th to
fept- 10th, 1B01
ROUND TRIP RATES
FltOM MISSOURI RIVER
POINTS to DENVER. COLORADO
SPRINGS AND PUEBLO.
<CT r? July 1 to 1) (Crrt .lime 18 to 80
-PAD Sept. 1 to 10 July KHoAugSl
Similar reduced r ti<s on same dates
to other Colorado and Utah
Rates from other points on Rock
island Route proportionately lower
on same dates of sale. Return limit
October 31, l'JOl.
Burwell's Real Estate
FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY.
Farm Loans at
Farmers who need money to
help them through harvest, or
for other emergencies, can be
accomodated for short time at
Offico over Firtsl National Bank,
Enid, O. T.
The Superb Train
Leaves Kansas City daily at ti:TO p. m.,
Omaha 5:20 p. tu., St. Joseph 6:00 p.
ill., arriving at Denver 11:00 a. in,,
Colorado Springs (Manitou) 10:35 a.
in., Pueblo 11:50 a. in.
Write for details and Colorado
literature to E. W.Thompson. A. Q.
P. A., Topeka, Kas , or Jno. Sebastian
O. P. A., Chicago.
J. A. McOscar
Long experience und extensive
praotico in the profession.
Calls made night and day. Offioe
at the Randolph it Mehew Barn
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Detwiler, J. R. The Enid Echo. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 40, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 7, 1901, newspaper, August 7, 1901; Enid, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90652/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.