The Enid Echo. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 3, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 29, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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PIEEATT - WHITLOCK MUSIC Co.
WEST BIDE OF SQUARE:
▲ Central Supply House For The Mn io Trade:
A. Fill Line Of PINOS, OROAN8,
SMALL INSTRUMENTS, AXD SHEET MUSIC.
Long time tad easy payments on Instrument*.
A limited amount of live etook taken for pianos aid orgaas.
FARM FOR SALE.
A close in farm only six miles west
and one mile sonth of Enid. Good
wheat or corn land all tillable, no acres
in cultivation. Pasture supplied with
living water the year round. A snap
bargain and easy terms. Inquir of
J.R.Detwiler, No. 906 Monroe Street,
KANSAS HOME NURSERY
For thirty year* the Kansas Home Nursery has been growing atook in
Comprising and testing rarities of frait and ornaaental trees and lani
Catalogue and prioes free.
BEST OF NEW ANF OLD FRUITS.
A few good agents wanted dont apply unless you mean busiuess.
A. H. GRIESA—PRWPRISTOR. LAWRENCE KAN AS,
^ Wkr th*n vuti lima. l&nd. 1
Have a 78-YR. RECORD,
built upon the itronf founda-
tion of quality and low priaea.
Why then wuU time, land, labor and Money on poor tr*ec
whose only product u/n DAY rDFIAH T 1)01 M<i pack ***•
will bo disappointment? ** ^ " I 1 ImLlwll I guarantee safe ar
rival, guarantee entire satlsfaetloa.* Stake Fioit Booi free «non request
11/ * DAV rACU weeliy and want Lome and CTIDK
TlC. I Af yAon traTeliag salesmen. Otxtfit free.
ASTHMA CURE FREE!
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and
Permanent Cure in all Cases.
SENT ABSOLUTE^/ FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL
Writ* your Name And Address Plainly.
There is nothing like Asthma
lone. It brings instant relief, eren
in the worst cases. It oures when
all else fails.
Th« K«t. 0. V. WELLS, of Villi Sld(e,
III., says: "Your trial bottle of AsUima-
Isne reeelred In good conditio!. I esnnot
t*ll yon how tbsokful I fsel for tks good de-
rived from It. I was a slave, chained wlih
putrid sore Ihroat and Astnma for ten years
and I despaired of ever being cored, I saw
yom advertisement for the eara of this
dreadial and tormentlnc disease, Asthma
and tbeaghtyoa had overspoKen yeurselvea
but resolved to give It a trial. To my as
toslihoieDt, the trial acted like a charm
Bendma a fall-ska bottle."
riv. dk. morris wkchbler,
Kabbl of the Cong. Bnal Israel.
Mew York Jan. t, lWi.
mm. TaitBres.' Medicine Oo..
Qentlomen Your Asthmalene Is ai ex
eellent remedj for Asthma and Hay Fere
THE ENID ECHO
Charley Porter is whispering
confidentially to every republican
he can get to lend him ear. Some
of them are likely to fool him aB
bad as he thlaks he is fooling tho
other candidates on his ticket.
A rote for A. L Lincoln is a
Tote for safe management of
A Tote for Charles Porter is a vote
for high taxes, and perpetnal graft
A. vote fer Bill Cross is a vote
against the passago of tho state
hood bill now pending
A vote for B S MoOuire is instru
tions for the United States Senate
to pass the statehood bill in Dec-
A vote for I' .I.K. nch 8| a vote .'or a free
balot and an honest count.
a vote for Prank Hamilton Is a vote for
clean accurate county records.
A vote for Miss L.N.Bates is a vote for
able and experienced management of the
schools of ths county.
A vote for Jarae* Karsh w Is a vote against
ring, role and ruin.
A vote for M.O.Garber Is a vote for an
able lawyer and a good friend of the people
to preside over the probate court.
A volt for Frank Hodgtn, ie a
vote for safe conservative business
management of oounty affairs.
Since tkj publication of our
table of fee bills and jail expensee
the following additional bills have
been presented by Porter,
Oot.Ifit. Jail Guard $230.00
" " Boarding Prisoners $270
" " Criminal Work $760.32
" " Expenses $37.25
Total for 8 months .... $1297.57
For State Capital
aa< Its eompsslUon allerlatee all treaklee whleh onaMas with Aittma. Hi seceesi te
aMoalaklaf aad woad.rfal. After kavlnc II e.rifallj analyved, w. .an atat. that Asth-
■alea. eoatalas a* oplaa, aerphla., skloeeforia er ether.
RIV. BR. MORRIS WECIISLH.
„ _ „ _ Area Bprlese, M. X., Feb. 1 MSI.
Dr. Taft Beee. Medl.lae Oo. ,
mm« : I wilt* tkla lesttaaaiel frost a sens* H daty, havlag tested tha wonder-
(II eCeel of rear Aathasaleae, far the car. of Aitkva. Mj wlf. ha* baen afflletrd wlft
ap.aa.4l. ae tfcaa far tk. paat 11 ( ear*. Having exhausted rar own skill as wall as
■ear etliors, I ahaaaeJ to M jour «'ia open jour wlad.ws at IKHh al.eti t, New Tork. 1
aj aaaa ektelaed a kaltla of Aathmalaaa, U/ wl'o coiaa.need takla? It aboev.the tint
e'HOTank.r. 1 varj aaaa noticed a radical Improvement. Attar mini; one bottle bar
Aalkata baa dleappearad aad aka la entirely fre« from all .rmotomi. I foci ikat I caa
aaaatatantlr re.aam.ad tka atadlalae to all wko are allelad with thia dTureaelae
«seaee. Taara teepeetfallr, 0. B. rHR'.PS, If. D.
•r. Taft Broa.' Madlalaa Co. Fek. i, BOI,
ImIIim : Iwas trnnklad with AaUaa far « rears. I kaaa trl.d numerous rcme<.
tee, kat Iky all fallda. I raa aeroaa roar advarUaaaaeat aad atartad with a trial boOSe
iV.'**!*? " 0■<!•• ' h vo alaee parekaaad roar fall-sue loKle, aad I ant <
lialaM. I have ierallr a( four oklldraa, aad for ill jaan waa aoabie le work. I _
aew to th. ba.tof k.alth aad aia dolas tidiam avery dar. Tkt« taaltmerr yon caa
a *a naa af aa yoa ae. lit. S. RAPHAEL, S7 Baal lMtti St., t91lr.
Home addraaa, MB Rtvtacloa Sweet.
a .WalBaMa aaat AWaM, fm — B.aal,! afPtal
Pe.ae> dalay. Wrtleat Maa adrtrawtoa DR. TaFT BROS.1 MUIOIRK CO. I.at
^waeWfsst Rew Tsfk CH^a
Who Shall Serve
0 V PORTER EJII [I
F L HAMILTON ENID.
J B THOMAS NOBLE.
0 L MOORE HNID.
THE CHICAGO POST iK%a*
EiN) FARMER Sltild read dillj Tki Chicago Post.
Enn LIVE STOCK Shlnatr should reM d: !;/ Ti® Chicago Post,
E'erj PQOOUCE Shipper shoul i | t:ij The Chicago Pail,
tvei) GRAIN Shipper thoeid uad daily The Chicago PoiL
THE BEST l DOME TOO 6QQD FOB YOU.
ear aoautalaV?hP.U£?T!??i^,'!^lu!0° ar,m' ■•"deaiar or publlabar at naopa-
•••••wlBg iUla MTertieemest Sample ooplea aeat free on requeei. Addrees
THE CHICAQO POST, Chicago, III.
O D HUBBELL BsID.
MlaiN L BATES ENID.
Win ST0ALABA10EE LAHOMA.
A I. LINCOLN KE0WEE.
W H RTAN ENID.
R MAULDIN ENID.
PEROT KNOwEH ENID.
Flrit Dlaliiet 1 r LODES
Saaoad District p J ROACH.
Third Dlstrtel B F BARRETT.
Campaign oommittees often send
out boosters with money to make
Eli kinds of wild bets,In order to in
fluence feable minded folk wko
tkink these bets indicate the win-
ners. Don't bite at their bate.
Let the bluffers bluff. They can
do no ksrm so len( m you keep
your money in your pocket.
Betting is bad morals and r vio-
lation of law. It is bad politics
because it stimulates the otker
fellow to greater aotivity, giving
him a direot moneyed Interest in
There is said to be 200 men in
town who are classified as kaving
no oo«upationt They live sump-
tonsly by nnlawfull means. About
one half of these are republiaans
It is claimed by Porters boosters
that he will get every one of these
vatea which la likely true. There
la also an ocoational republican In
the oounty who haa during tke
post four years been speoially
favored by Porter. Tkla will
doubtless add fifty votes cf good
vepublloans, to the votes of the
hundred republican night prowlers
of town who vote for him. Upon
the otker hand there are upon an
average fire demoorats and ten
populist In each of ths thirty town
ships of the county who will vote
against him this assures his defeat
bnt every tax-payer should work
unceasingly, that his defeat may
be so pronounced as to be a lessen
not soon forgotten.
Wiiertaa:No popallst, democrat, or re-
publican, of Oklahoma, can exercise th
privilege of clt'senshlp while II remains
a territory. We deem statehood as
the paramount Issue In the present cam-
Whereas; N^ltbor Win Groji or B 8 Me
Qnlre can If elected cast anj Tote In con-
gress for the benefit of an? politic al par-
ty. We deem It expedient for all Irrespec-
tive of party, to cast their vote for the
nominee of the party which holds the des-
tiny of the statehood bill in Its keeping
The ilon. B 8 MeUulre.
A Cowardly Attack.
Laat Friday night at James Steen,
of the law firm of Kuah & Bteen, was
on hla way home at an early hoar of
the evening, he waa attacked by an
assassin on East Broadway at, or
near, Mr. Hackett'a blacksmith shop.
The cowardly assailant, who at this
time is unknown, came up behind
him and asiaulted him with either a
atone or Improvised slung shot, strik-
ing him on the head above the right
ear, cutting a hole through his hat
and making a bad wound on his
head, catting the scalp to the bone.
Had the blow alighted an inch lower
it would have struck the temporal
bone and proved fatal. Mr. Steen at
once raised an outcry and the assail-
ant again struck him in the breast.
Judge James had just passed and
was in front of Messall's bottling
works and at once turned and went
to the assistance of Mr. Steen. but the
cowardly scoundrel had fled. Mr.
Steen was taken to his home
aad his wound was dressed.
There is no adeqaate light at this
dangerous crossing and the council
will be asked to remedy thia. There
should also be a light under the
bridge at the Maine street cresaing.
Both are dangerous places in the
It haa leaked out that Porter I
has a deal to throw all the votes hs I
Guthrie, Ok., Oct, 23.—Ac-
eon control in this tewn to the re- cording- to an opinion handed
publican nominees for Register efl down by Attorney General Rob-
deeds and county trcaenrcr, in re- berts, the names of the lepiila
turn for republican votes for him- tive candidates who were select-
led by the democrats and popu-
Joo Juobobs is a tip top man, of '"'s in caucus for the territorial
georl disoretion and eound judg-1 assembly and afterward ratified
mnnt give him a vote for jnstioelby the separate conventions,
P6?.0' >a'Bth!*11!?!!!!? Imust bt placed on the official bal-
lot by the election commissioners
where you put him. The Echo
favors the eleotion of such men
reguardless of their party affilia-
"A man, whether he bee derno-
under the devices of both parties
fusing on such nominee. Under
this decision, the name of W. M
Cross, democratic candidate for
crat or a republican, is not a safe I congress, will appear twice on
man to trust with an official posi-1 the ballot under the devices of
tion who openly advocates the I both the democratic and populist
division of our sohool fnuds, whloh | party,
belongs 'o Oklahoma children with
the Indian territory or who advo-1 Married- 3
oates the citsblishment ol oar Jordan—Fkancis:—On Sunday,
educational and other institutions 10ctober' 26, 1902, Mi,s Mlry francis
which belong to Oklahoma, In the
of Billings, 0. T., and M. I. Jordan,
_ , _ , ,of Enid, working for the Garfield
Indian territory. Yet that is just CoUDty Mlllin? COm a, ,he home of
what the single statehood demo-1 Father De Pratre, in the presence of
orats of this Tsnitory are propos- relatives and a few friends. After
lng to do now. the eeremony they went to the home o,
ELRene Demoora Mr*" M' sterrett' where a fine we<5
din£ dinner waa served. They will
be at home at Lahoma.
Spoonberg Isey makes ths charge I
that James Kershaw, violated ths I
game law by shlpdng quail. We
think there must be some mistake I
Eugene Foss of Massachusetts
made a fight for the republican
.... . , .. .nomination for congress in the
.boa thai or else onr vigilant Eltventh took a bold
sheriff whoso sworn 4«ty is to i.n staDd in tavor of radictI -tariff
in such offenders, got a mess of revili,n aBd iaiilte4 that the
t • quail. J trusts should be deprived of tariff
The Armour Packing company protection. He declared for free
shipped a full oar load o! dressed „0D' fr« coal, and free hides,
beef into this oity last Friday. "is opponent was a high pro-
Thls is the first oar lot reeeived at teCt!oms' and a biUer fi*ht
sued in the primaries, but Foss
was nominated.—The Common"
JAMBA IBESIUW EH ID,
MILTON QiBBBK. QABBIR.
OflOAR hayES. uaoibibry
J t DANBLY.LINCOLN.
«US eUNUBRSON. IBBMLIN.
H J STUBQM.BMID.
H D LACT- KBOWEB,
■ 0 0001. tfISLAND.
ALII L1TZBNRBBU. WAUKOMIS
RO BARBER. HL'NTBB.
FB* l aODODWI.
0 ■ U- iy. Al '.SOU.
Tke echo is t*ie only independ-
ent ix.'itical raper in Enid. We
will.end it during theoampaign
to new subiOiibers for ten cents.
A toI« for Urlrue8 Sproal Is a rott for t
brlihi Itglilaior and a food frload of
If any of our readers desire tol Wb most earnestly implore all
discontinue their subscription tol true supporters of Lincoln to put
the Eoho, and will call at no. 9061 the cross opposite his name. He
Monroe Street, pay up their baok |i worthy of all your rotes. Do
A FEE BILL PAID
April 2 1897, Attending P. Court $109.50
April 2 1897, Sheriff Fees 84.10
April 21*97, Sheriff Fees 18 40
April 2 1897, Attending Blot. Ceurt 36 50
April 2 1897, Sheriff Foes 98.00
April 2 1807, Boarding Frlsonera 11.20
Jane 29 Attending Court and Jail . 09.00
Jane 28 Attending Court and Jail . 04.00
June 29 Attending Court and Jail ..70.50
Jane 29 Criminal Work 00 85
June 29 Services Bendored County .22 80
June 29 SerTleej Rendered Odantf . .64.50
June 29 Services Hendered Countf. .10 84
Sep . 28 Boarding Prisoners 11.00
Sept. 18 Attending Probate Court ...7.50
Dec. 28 Attending Probate Court. .425 90
Dec. 30 Criminal Wo* 21.60
Dec. 80 Boarding Prlson4B 14.00
M.r. 81 1898 Guarding Jail 20 00
Mar-81 1898 Snpt. Jail 90 00
Mar. II 1898 Attending F. Courl .. .114.00
Ma; 27 Boarding Prisoners 172.50
Jure 28 Fees Criminal Cases 455.83
June 28 Fees Criminal Cases 892 65
Jul/ 18 Attending P. Coart 117 00
July 18 Attending P. Court 114 00
July 18 A'tendlng Dint. Court 27.00
July 18 Attending Jail 90 00
July 18 Attending Jail 62.00
July 23 Jailor and Guard 619 00
Jul}-23 Coart Bailiff 31.00
Sept. 20 Criminal Work 626.05
Sept. 26 Criminal Work 105.45
Sept. 26 Gua<dlng Jail 92 00
Sept. 26 Attending Prob. Court .. .118 60
Sept. 26 Supt. Jail 92.00
Sept. 28 1898 Boarding Prisoners. .flOl.OO
Dec. 27 Attending Prob. Court 118.50
Dee. 27 Snpt. Jail ..92.00
Dee. 27 Jail Guard 61.00
Dee. 27 Jail Guard 92.00
Dec. 27 Criminal Work 1180.16
Dec. 27 Boarding Prisoners 258.00
Total For Two Year* >0382.65
C V PORTER.
Mar. 27 1899 Service As Sheriff... $845 60
Mar. 27 1899 Service As Sheriff . . 10.00
Mar. 27 1 899 Jail GsarJ 97.60
Mar. 27 1 899 Tellephfne 18.75
Mar. 27 1899 Boarding Prisoners .. .167.60
Jane 28 Boarding Prisoners 92.80
Jane 28 Jail Guard 120.00
June 28 Fees As Sheriff 694.00
Oct. 2 Fees As Sheriff 064.05
Oct. 2 Jail Guart 115 00
Oct 2 Boarding Prisoners ..8 228.40
Jan. 2 1900 Criminal Work 822.62
Jan. 2 Boarding doners 817.60
Jan. 2 Jal* Guard 236. 00
Jan. 2 Tellephone 24.05
April 2 Criminal Work 630.60
April 2 Boarding Prisoners 251.20
April 2 Jail Guard 221.25
April 2 Telephone 9 97
July 10 Jail Guard * 136 00
Jaly 10 Boarding Prisoners 177.40
July 10 Criminal Work 097.00
Oet. 1 Criminal Work 672.00
Oct. 1 Boarding Prisoners 224.40
Oct. 1 Jail Guard 115.00
Oct. 1 Tellephone 16 30
Dec. 9 Criminal Work 1130.34
Dec.9 Jail Ouard 131 59
Doc. 9 Boarding Prisoners 238.40
Doc. 9 Tellephone 14.70
Total For Two Years 18906 03
Mar. 27 1901 Sheriff Fees 34.80
April 2 Criminal Work 987.26
Ayr. 2 Exp. Ter. ys Martln-Durjr . .124.25
April 2 Boarding Prisoners 244.40
April 2 Livery Hire 8.60
April 2 Tellephone 12.87
April 2 Jail Guard 186.00
July 1 Criminal Work 628.25
July 1 Boarding Prisobera 285.20
July 1 Jail Guard 227.55
July 1 Tellephone 21.86
Oct. 1 Tellephone 18.76
Oct, 1 Jail Guardt 280.60
Oct. Criminal Work
Oct. Bosrdlag Prlsoaers
Jan. 4 1902 Jail Guard
Jan. 4 1902 Boarding Prisoners
Jan. 4 1902 Criminal Work
Jan, 4 1902 Tellephonlag
April 7 Telephoning
April 7 Criminal Work
April 7 Boarding Prisoners 176. 00
April 7 Jail Guard 226 00
April 7 Expenses 56.65
Ju'y 7 Criminal Work 506. 45
July 7 Telephoning 10.46
July 7 Jail Guard .227.50
July 7 Boarding Prisoners 214.80
Seven Months $4056.80
Bishop Years 1897 and 96 .
Nolle* It herebr siren, rhet at a aeaaloa
af the Board ol Uommlaelonera of (iarfleld
Oeuatr Oklahoma rtrrllorj held on the oik
dar of Oetober A.D.1B08 a petition signed
fcr B.H.Thompaon and otbera of sold towa.
•blp eiklns for e rlew end aarrer for the
purpoee of loeelln* e certain Coonir Koad
described e« follows; Oommenclni; at the
north east c.ner of the youth east quaiter
of section twelre towisblp tweeeir two
rage 8 W.I.M. thence running west along i I
the ene half section Une, one mile through 1
•aid section twelre to the north west cor- f
ner of the loath wast quarter Bf raid ft
aectlon, was presented and that Dare Wlike ' 1
L.H.Osborn and A.H.Reed Viewers and
K.C.Cook Count/ Surveror will ni et at
ti e place of besieging of said rond on ihe
Srd da; ofaorember A.D.I002 at one ocl.c'
P.M. of said dar and proceed to flow and
snrrer said road and glra all partus a
bearing. Done b/ order of Ihe B >nrd of
Commissioners of Garfield Countj Oklabo- (
ma Terrllorj. %
Frank T Hatter
Oounty Clerk and Clerk of said Boad.
Thirty five years •zperiene* in
th# business is worth something to
my «elf and customers. Nino year* \
residence in Garfield oounty ii
worth a whole lot to my customer*
Business in all states, some of it 4
for thirty years steading, enable!
me to offer choice property at
Will exchange city and faim
property, In Oklahoma and other
'states We give below a partial
A home in a hustling town in
Clark Co. Mo. to exchange for a
farm near Enid.
A good all purpose farm six
miles west of Enid —$3700 half
•ash half on time.
A livery outfit or lumber yard
to trade for a Garfield county farm.
To exchange a 12600 residenoa
in Kirksville Mo. for a Garfield
I sail property at the same prica
tho owners do. Mr services ceett V
tho buyer nothing.
I only handle property for those
who are willing to pay me a com-
mission for selling.
C B JORDAN.
East Side of Square.
Porter Years 1899 and 1900
Porter Year 1901
Porter Yeer 1902-7 months .
.. 4282. 07
. . 4066,80
subscription amounts, we will e
race their names from our list and
take no offense. It is merely
matter of business we don't want
to send tke Eaho to any one who
poea aot wish to road it.
not allow him to be traded off.
SAVE FIFTY OUTS.
NEW SUBSCRIBERS who
oask in daring ths next B0 days
will be given tks echo six months
for tvemtjr fiva osnts or on* year
Held defendant John Rout will teke no-
tice that k. has been seed In tkeekove.
earned Coart f.r upon tke petttloa of tke I '0T 'uiy oeuts.
plaintiff Kdaa Ana Boat prajleg f.r e OLD SUBSCRIBERS wb* Ml
dlroree fron said defendeat and ainst ea>-it
ewer the petition filed therein br said P SUDSoriptlon may Vt>
plaintiff a a or before tke ltlh dar of Sep-1tk« lame rata
temb.r A D 180!, or aeld petltlee will be REMEMBER this if • spooial
lak.a as tm, and Judgaeal fer pleletlff! j.j_. . , , ' .
la seld eetloe far dlrorelng tke eeld plela- I ® advano#, and
f-!."* An" Bou'lh« eeid d.r.nd-1 only lasts thirty day! or tiU Neve
ent Jokn Hon I aad for aoata aad le be|._v„u_. —v i .
1 amber first, Tks regular labaenp-
_ . tion f rice remains unobaa gad at
tf e Ae XAGOSQCkPl'tfl'QO ptrannum
Vetrlnaryiaurgeon. . u . . ....
i Mr. Jorden of K.st Broadway bee
turned from e tl.lt with his wife's people
Weeler Kitchen In Comanche Conntj. Be
Long experieaoe and extansiva |r®P°rts l^e n'^ folks to be in good spirits
I and doing well, In their aew home,
practica in tka profaaaion. A J Yaoman, a oattla man from
Calls made nigkt aad day. OUaa Kremlin has skipped out, laaving
at tka Baadalph A Mabaw B«m unsatisfied debts ta tke emnnnt ef
|«r . . OiM n"r'y aixtsan thousnnd dollars,
[His oreditors held chattla mort-
„ , , . „ Rages on aattle whioh they find
Boys, let as make Frank Ham- diffioalt to locate,
:° .dtCl.f Vh^ Most all the old Eki id peopia who
it will be a rebuka to the fraud o^, ln t0 ... th, fair wi,!, tbw
of two yeafs ago. had tever left Enid.
Tha statutaa of tha territory
provides "that tha sheriff bo allow,
ad to retala oit of tba ftei provid
ad by law, exoluaive ol allowaaaaa
ada to his deputy and under
■heriff, as full compensation lor
his aervieea, in ooantiaa eioeading
1800 inhabitanta. Tweenty Eight
Hundred Dollars per annum".
It farther provides that the
ahariff shall make a report each
quarter of all oolleotioaa made,aad
pay iota tha traaanry all In oxoesa
of thaamout due him at tba tisis
making saah rap* re.
Tha baoka of tha oouaty treas-
urer skow that O.T.Portar haa
paid into the aannty treaaarery
oxaesa feaa on aoooaat of both
ax sheriffs Thralla and Bisbop bat
not oae penny on his own aaooant
1100.00 OASH PRIZE FOIA
For ths new Daily Limited
train to California to be plaeed in
aervioe Novenber 1, 1902, by the
Rock Island System and South-
ern Paeifio Company, via the El
Paao Short Line.
The oompetitlon is open to the
public and oonditioaa iavolve n<>
'eea ol aay kiad. For cirwalsr f
lnstraotioas, address at onee Jat
Sebastian, Passenger Traffio Maa
screr, Rook island System,
I B BliHABDSON
THI CMIMT aiLLINQ,
TMi but aATtarriNQ
in thi world.
TIs Mat Ekcaat. Stnagat aad Bart Teed-
week ea the Market.
...1,500,000 NOW IN USE..7
Every tat Ores Sathfactioa.
Tha ▼HITBle the Peer ti aay Sewfaa
Machine Now Made, la tJthtr Vibrato#
or Rotary Shuttle Styfc
It> coortrtscttoa la SIMPLE, POSfTIVB
aaa laeart tki A|«ney If «#i taati at mm
« net Dealers I. *"*
WICIS am mil mam MTllPMTtlY.
STRAYKD OR STOLKN
A red and white spotted steer dehorned
commlnc two rears old.Biased tka week of
the fair, froai the pastor of J.R.Detwiler i „
7 mllee weet ol laid, A Uberal reward for W' PALMEE, AGENT,
he tscoTstrol lb, property wtilbs (Ires BMID, ,0. T
WHITE SEWIM6 MACHINE GO.
wwiuhd, own, as
So B. KIRBY. L,T™ a**ll>
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Detwiler, J. R. The Enid Echo. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 3, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 29, 1902, newspaper, October 29, 1902; Enid, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90715/m1/4/: accessed September 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.