Edmond Twice - A - Week Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, September 20, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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EDMOND ^ENTERPRISE, SEPTEMBER 20, 1907
WE EMPLOY NO AGENTS
WE SELL DIRECT,
WE REFUND RAILROAD FARE TO PURCHASER.
Call and see us before buying. Office and show room, 226
Reno Ave., Oklahoma City, 0. T.
CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
OF MONUMENTS IN THE TERRITORY.
SOUTHWESTERN MARBLE & GRANITE
I past month.
Mr. Moss and family, Mr. Eyer and
wife, and Mrs. C. S. Eyer spent Mon-
day eve with A. S. Reed and wife.
J. J. Hubble was in with a bale of j
cotton last Saturday. Thos. Wil'its
was In with a bale Wednesday.
Leonard Groth and Martin Durham
who are running the cotton gin at Na
viana, spent Sunday at their home
Ralston's Pancake Flour just re-
ceived at SPOT CASH GROCERY.
To Our Correspendents.
The Edmond Tailor
Is the only Tailor in the new state
ho has a thorough training, having 25
years experience and being a graduate
of both London and Paris.
f cut, fit and make all my own work,
if you get them made at home; if you
get your suits made abroad they have
to be remodeled after you receive them,
like second hand goods.
I finish them before you get
them to your satisfaction.
Gerts Cotton Suits from
Genls " " Pants from
Gents Wool Suits from
Gents " Pants from
Ladies Suits from
Ladies Skirts from -
Ladies Coats from -
J8 50 Up
2 75 Up
4 50 Up
$20 00 Up
- 7 50 Up
- 12 50 Up
1000 Samples to Pick From.
1 do all kinds of remodeling, repair-
ing, cleaning and pressing.
H. W. McDONALD.
Oppos'te Enterprise Office,
2 doors north of City Hall
Fresh and Salt Meats.
Now in Reynolds Bldg
J. N. BATES
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
all Kinds of
[EGGS and HIDES.
j OHN ROATEN,
and Notary Public.
A. M. RUHL, M. D.
Calls answered promptly
day or night.
Office Over the Posl ■
Try our Home prepared Horse Ra- j
dish. O. K. MARKET.
Cotton picking Is the order of the
day in this vicinity.
Our gin started her wheels rolling i
last Friday. Up to this date several
bales had been ginned.
The colored folks had quite a blow-
out at the colored school house south-
west of Waterloo last Friday.
The band was up from Seward to ;
furnish the music while Mr. Bryant of
Edmond delivered a political speech
plenty of good things to eat and all had i
a good time.
A Maker furnished this community I
with fresh beef, Wednesday.
Mrs. Wimp Goode has been on tne
sick list for some time.
Our blacksmith has plenty of work.
He never has time to be idle.
Rev. Tague preached at the Chris-
tian church Sunday,
We had a temperance lecture at the
Methodist church Sunday
Arthur Alexander has gone to Na-
| vina to work for Leonard Groth in the
Marie Goode visited home folks
Will Eyer is buying another car of
corn this week.
Chas. Seely was down from Guthrie
| Sunday looking after his tarm.
The aid society quilted a quilt at
| the Christian church Wednesday for
I Mrs. Jeffries.
Willie Mayfield was home faom the
Normal over Sunday.
The A. H. T, A. will meet Satur-
I day night Sept. 21. All members are
requested to be present as election of
officers and delegates to the grand
lodge at Pawnee Oct. 16-17 will take
Harry Adamson and wife left Wed-
nesday for a visit in Anadarko.
Chas. Reed, wife and children re-
turned to their home at Gainesville.
Texas, Tuesday. They have been
visiting friends and relatives here the
Now that the excitement incident j
to the election is passed, we would ask I
all our correspondents who wish to
furnish us with items to please send in
their communications as regular as
possibe and to those who do not wish
to write, we would ask to let us know
that we may secure new correspond-
ents. We appreciate the budgets ot ;
news sent us each week and wish 'o
have a representative in every neigh- j
borhood in north Oklahoma county at \
Big Electric Railway Company
A special to the Oklahoman from
Guthrie has the following to say about
a gigantic Inter-urban Railway for
Oklahoma:—The Oklahoma Central
Interurban Railway, Telephone, Tel-
egraph, Light &. Power company, with
$5,000,000 capital stock and head-
quarters at South McAle ter and Ok-
lahoma City, was chartered today for
the purpose of building an electric line
westward from McAlester via Holden-
ville, Wewoka, Shawnee, Oklahoma
City. El Reno, Geary and Weather-
ford to Cheyenne in Roger Mills
county, a distance of 500 miles, and
at a cost of $17,000 per mile.
Branch lines are provide 1 as follows:
Northwest from McAlester to Che-
cotah and Muskogee arid south to Ato- j
ka and Durant; from Holdenville north
to Okemah and Okmulgee; from We- ;
woka south to Ada; from Shawnee J
north to Chandler and Stillwater, and \
south to Pauls Valley, Davis and Ard- ]
more; from Oklahoma City north to
Guthrie and Perry, and south to Nor-
man and Purcell: from El Reno north
to Kingfisher and Enid, and south to
Chickasha, Anadarko and Lawton;
from G^ary north to Watonga; from
Weatherford north to Taloga and
i south to Cordell. Hobart, Mangum,
I Sayre and Elk City.
Mrs. C. 0. Jones came up from
the City yesterday for a few days visit
'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Wc Are Head-
Blankets, Outings and
Fleeced Kimona Goods:
Notwithstanding the tremendous advance in prices of all cotton
goods we were fortunate in buying our goods early and also getting the
goods delivered We are in a position to sell you these goods at last
years prices and we can convince you of this fact if you will call in and
let us show you,
We have a large and select line of cotton blankets at money sav-
I I 4 Cotton Blankets In Grey, Tan and White at $1.00 $1.25
I 1-4 and 12-4 Blankets in Grey and Tan at $1.50
11-4 and 12-4 Blankets in Grey. White and Tan at $1.75 $2.00
11-4 Blankets in Grey, extra large at $2.25
These Blankets are full size in width and length and extra
values for the prices we ask.
We carry an extra large assortment of outings in plain and mixed
colors both light and dark and will offer you the same values we had
last year at the old prices.
Plain color outings in White, Cream, Red and Blue and Pink, the
best on the market for 10c
Mixed color outings in light and dark shade; quality A. I. 10c
Extra quality heavy fleeced for underwear at. 12 l-2c
These goods could not be bought lor these prices today; In
fact these numbers are off the market entirely.
We were fortunate in securing an excellent line of strictly Kimo-
na Pcttern Goods in very pleasing patterns both light and dark at
from - ...... I2^c to 15c
See these before you buy. Yours for a Q deal,
The Cyclone Store
N. B. Don't forget to ask for Peters'
Shoes, they are the best.
M-. 5. PATTEN, President
J. H>. HOWARD, Vice-Pres
J. M. ANGLEA, Cashier
C. H. PROFFITT, Asst. Cash.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
OF EDMOND, OKLAHOMA
TERRITORIAL AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY
Capital and Surplus, . $30,000.00
W. S. Patten, J. W. Howard,. C. J. Patten, I. W. Rodkey, J. M. Angles.
safety deposit boxes for rent
Also real estate and rental agen
W. H. Tuttle.
Phone No. 69.
F. W. Brigham,
-Modern Methods. Reliable Work.-
Front rooms over postoffice.
THE RED FRONT
The Store With The Right Goods. No Need To Shop Elsewhere.
Our store is your store. It is our business to please you and merit your patron-
age. Our merchandise throughout is the best, and our price as low as con-
sistent business methods will permit. Bring us your business and we will ex-
press our appreciation by providing the best service possible. Remember we
carry a full line of Dry Goods and Notions.
OUR BARGAIN COUNTERS ARE ALWAYS LOADED.
See our new line of Plain and Fancy Queensware.
We are leaders in Groceries.
We Buy All Kinds of Farm Produce. Call Up
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