Edmond Enterprise and Oklahoma County News. (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 54, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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Thompson & Taylor's
J. L. ROB I SON'S,
Party invitations print-
ed at the Enterpise office.
At The Lutheran Church.
All the services are well attended
There were 54 at Sunday school last
Sunday. Everybody is welcome, the
school commences at 2 p. m,
Preaching at 3 p. m. every Sunday.
Everybody is welcome.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
Bible reading at 3 o'clock at Mrs.
R. C. OPIE.
Dr. T. H. Larson and Attorney C. P.
has been made during
Friday night the Pioneers will discuss
the question, Resolved that the vege-
table is a more interesting subject of
Investigation than the animal.
Superintendent Moss of Kingfisher
county, and for the last five years a
member of the Territoral Board of Ed
ucation, addressed the students Tues-
day it assembly. Supt. Moss spoke of
the crlsises of life, and of the willpow-
er, and backbone, as he called it, that
THOS. HOLLIS LUMBER CO.
. . . DEALERS IN . . .
LUMBER, LIME, CEMENT, AND
ALL BUILDING MATERIALS
We solicit a part of your patronage.
Come in and let us figure your bills.
Mrs. Carrie Preston Is on the sick
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Potts visited
the sick at J. W. Youngs Monday.
J. M. and Mamie Walter spent
Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Moore called on Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hiner ate Sunday
dinner at W. S. Potts'.
Grandma Walter is on the sick list.
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Jack on Friday last a nine pound boy.
Mrs. Couch the Co. Supt. visited
the Sunney Side school Friday.
Mrs. G. W. Moore spent Saturday
with Mrs. Hiner.
Mabel Ruckman spent Sunday with
C. B. Jack and mother called on
Mr. Capshaw's Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. N. Billens is seriously III-
J. H. Walter visited with his moth-
The dance at Mr. Baldwin's Friday
night was well attended and all report
A CAR LOAD OF "TEXAS
Red" seed oats besides a full
line of FEED at my feed store
I am still paying highest market
price for eggs poultry and hides
J. N. BATES.
ITS THE PLACE:
We value people's friendship and appreciate highly their
patronage. We want you to make this your headquarters
while in town.
If you taste it you will want more; our coffee and teas are
the best to be had, once you buy here you will come again.
If you want the best In canned goods, peas, beans, succo-
tash, kraut, hominy, In short anything in that line it will pay
you to call on us.
Yours to please
E. L. Shelden.
Lockey of Oklahoma City are arrested
on the charge of extortion. It is claimed
that they got a check of $500 from one
Nicholas Mohr by stating if he did not
give the money a secret would be
divulged affecting Hogo Mohr.
Co. H. is making preparation forgo-
ing to the Worlds Fair next summer.
R. L. Seaton, who has been sick
with the measles, reports that since
his sickness there has been twenty
different girls in to see him. He says
that if they keep on coming at that rate
hedosen't care If he never gets well.
The cold weather has retarded the
work on the new building greatly. Very
FEED YOUR TEAM
The following advertls ng rate is made conditional upon the matter being
an advertisement of what a farmer has to sell, or wishes to buy, and is made
a low rate because of Its value to our readers as news matter.
Two insertions at one cent per word, cash in advance.
No advertisement taken for less than ten cents.
Copy must be received by Tuesday morning to Insure Its publication, that
Regular local ads have in the past
shown that a neighbor may want what
another has to sell, or may have to
sell what the other wants, and this de-
partment Is to make such wants known.
Our readers are urged to make
this department interesting, by telling
For Sale—3 cows giving milk, 7 spring
calves one 3 year old red Durham bull. 7 1-2
milei west, 1 south Edmond. E. K. Dixon.
For Sale—20 head of 2 and 3 year mules
and horses and I yearling jack. J. A. Rey-
nolds, 4 miles south and 3 west of Edmond.
For Sale.—1 good Hamiltonian brood
mare and two of her colts, a 3 year old geld-
ing on the 24th of next may and a 2 year
old filley on the 20th of next May. 2 miles
•outh of Edmond on railroad. Ceo. Biggs
For Sale—Cheap for cash, three 2 1-2 acre
lots in Eberts addition. Inquire at residence
of owner, Mr . Alice Hum*. 222
Fence Postsl Pence Posts! I Fence Postsl! I
3000 good, dry, oak fence posts, for sale
at the Bicycle Shop, Edmond, Okla.
Fresh milch cows at J H. H. Matzker 3
miles south west. 212
For sale, baled hay and cane in the barn.
B. R. Burvllle, 4 miles south ana 4 1-2 west
For sale, seed oats and wood, 6 miles
northwest of Edmond. J. V. Hogan. 125
Baled hay and kattir corn for sale at W.
C. Dowd, 2 miles south and east of Ed-
42 acre farm for sale or trade, adjoining
Edmond on north. J. H. Dalton. tf
Fine Maple Trees for sale by J.
ton adjoining Edmond on north.
Eor sale. Buff Cochin roosters or will
trade for others. L. R. Spangler.
Thoroughbred barred Plymoth Rock roos-
ters for sale. Mrs. R. L. Wilkins adjoining
Edmond northwest. 212
For Sale—1 span of work mules, 15 1-2
and 16 hands high. Also a span of young
m*re* welfht about 1000 pounds, Jo Tyl r
Barber & Dawson's.
They will be treated right.
Sample room and teams for travelers.
CITY DRAY LINE. PHONE 27
each one should display to over come
all obstacles that might arise In the
pathway of life. He used many good
illustrations to emphasize his thoughts.
The Literary societies hekj their
meetings Friday at 3:45 so that Co. H,
could have the building for their banquet
Still a noise is heard In the old
building that is made by the workmen
as they put the heavy iron pillars in
place and nail the wood work together
in the basement.
Jonei City Items,
Chester Keyes has moved his office
to the back end of his lot and is pre-
paring to build a residence on the front
of the lot.
Wm. McMullen spent Sunday with
his family in Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Hipshlre and children spent
last night with her sister, Mrs. win-
Ed. Cooley and family of Harmony
spent Sunday evening with George
Chas. McCafferty was out from the
City last Sunday to spend the day.
Every body is shying the measles
Loyd Johnson came down from the
City last Tuesday to get his mother to
nurse him through the measles.
Mr. Fox and family moved to Ed-
mond last week, where Mr. Fox will
work at the barber business.
Adda Lopp visited her relatives and
friends in the Flat last week.
Henry Aubert sold a fine horse to
Pullen last week.
Mr. Mc Barnes came home for a
few days from Lexington 0. T where
he is taking medical treatment.
Grandma Oney has returned f.om
Moun'.aln View where she has been
visiting her daughter for the past two
Mrs. Douglas Is quite sick with
Fine spring weather and the wheat
fields begin to look green.
John Burke of North Dakota has
been visiting his sister Mrs. Pat Mc-
Cafferty last week.
L. C. Aubert transacted business in
Oklahoma City the latter part of last
Logan Jones and wife are visiting at
J. L. Johnson's,
(TOO LATE FOR LAST WEEK)
Mr. Bower's young folks and their
cousin spent Monday evening at Mr.
Miss Leola Pain. Miss Blevins of
Edmond, attended a "tacky" party at
Choctaw City Saturday night. They
report a fine time.
Mr. Hogan's children have had the
measles and are able to be in schoo'
Mr. Scoggins are moving this week
to tj-jeir new home, one mile south of
Mrs. Childers after a lingering illness
passed away to her eternal reward
about two o'clock Monday morning.
The funeral sevices wers held at
Whistler Wednesday, conducted by
Rev. Parker. The family have the
sympathy of the communety in this
their sad berevement.
Mary McGill, and her sister, Mrs.
H. L. Griffin went to Guthrie Wednes-
Mrs. Jim Jeffris visited Mrs. Shen
James Riddle Is sick with the
Father Dupret and Mr. Graham were
callers at J. V. Hogan s Tuesday.
Edna Johnson was absent from
Charlie and Mina Sibrel. Mr. and
Mrs. Shoupe, Rev. Maker and John
and George were callers at Pleasant
Jim Jeffries expect to moye
Mrs. Herman Kuper went to Guthrie
Sunday, on account of the illness of her
daughter, Mrs. Von Elm. George is
J. 0. Davis S. A. Horton
DAVIS & MORTON,
Attorneys at Law
Phones Bell 542, Ind 81
(OVER FARMERS STATE BANK)
Oklahoma City, 0. T.
NEW MEAT MARKET.
IN J. L. ROBISON'S STORE.
C. W. SPRAGUE. Phone 100.
Meals 20 cents. Lodging 25 cents.
Fresh Bread Cakes and Pies made
".very Day out of the Eagle Mills
Products. MRS. M. A. HUNT
South Side 2 Street. Proprietor,
learning'to cook and says he is getting
Mrs. J. V. Hogan called on Mrs.
Herman Groth Sunday afternoon.
Harry Coyner called on the Groth
Leonard, George and Celia Groth
are sick with the measles.
In order that all may know what
times the deliveries leave they are
published below and everyone may
govern themselves accordingly. There
will be three deliveries morning and
evening which will leave the stores at
8:00 a. m.; 9:30 a. m.; 10:45 a. m.;
2 p. m.; 3:30 p. m.; and 5:00 p. m. 134
Also real estate and rental agent
W. li. Tuttle.
Cattle and Hogs bought at all
times at the highest market
price. CORN BOUGHT.
F. L PATTEN,
To be found at the _
Pirst National Bank. Edmond, 0. T,
Winter Tourist Rates
Tickets on sale daily until April 30th, 1904, to the
principal WINTER RESORTS of Mississippi, Georgia,
Alabama, Florida, Tennessee. South Carolina, Louisi-
ana and Texas. Return limit June I, 1904. Full de-
tails on application.
Assent355 C. W. STRAIN,
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