Edmond Twice - A - Week Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, March 20, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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Are Y o«
Wondering where you can get just what
you want in a neat, dressy Oxford for
spring. Have you decided whether you
want a Tan, Patent Leather or a nice
soft Vici? If you can't decide, drop into
our new location, the Bennett Building,
and look over the largest line of Low
Shoes in Town We have a fine assort-
ment in Tans in pump effects, light and
heavy soles, two or three eyelets. Tans
in turns and welts, as you will find
MADE fOR USSY
leathers in Pumps, Tans
and Welts, in fact, ijjiy-
thing you want from a
fine, dressy, light turn
to the regular welt walk-
ing shoe. Visis in the
new flexible welts, low
heels, light, turn soles
in all the latest designs.
We were never in a better posit-
ion to take care of the little folks
as we are now. You will be sur-
prised when you look over our
"Weatherbird" line for little folks
in Patent leather, Vici and Tans,
all sizes. Our motto: "Nothing
too good for the Little Folks."
Yours for a Q deal,
are neat, that's sure
The Cyclone Store
Charley McManus and Georgiana
Bostwick were at Thomas' Monday
Mrs. C. C. Stoners children aie on
the sick list.
Chester Ingraiiam has been quite
Try a can of Chase & Sanborn's
famous Seal Brand Coffee. The acme j
of coffee ' perfection. At SPOT
My residence on Hurd street is fori
sale, For particulars call at the!
house. 36tf. R V. Terr.mlng. I
811 to 815 WALNUT ST., KANSAS CITY, MO.
The Oltl Reliable Doctor-Oldest In ace an<1 longest located A
regular Graduate In Metllctue. Ont 39 ) ran' > ti(c a , . u
Over 30 years In Kansas lt7. C8TA6LISHE D 18. 7.
£u Chronic, Nirvous and Social Diseases,
To the People of Edmond and
Authorized hy the
Slate to treat
Cures fuaranteed or money refunded All ■*: „uni re%tj for u«e —no
merourj or Injurious medlolnea n«ed No 4e«-r •• .u .omen* Patients at a < t* '
treated by mail and express. Medic'-, atif ererj «n«re. free from rare or tr >
Charges low. Orer 00.300 cases CUTt 2 * * -.id «Tn rl«n.<a a ea I —
•ass and send for terms. Con«"'
Sexual Debility, SVSSmS!
follies and excess—causing meht losses
and loss of sexual power, pimples and
blotohes on tho face, confused Ideas and
forseifuluess, b bfuln m and aversion to
society, sto„ oure<l for life. 1 atop night
lossea, restore sexunl power, nerve ai >1
brain power, enlsr c una strenutben weal;
parts and makn jo 1 lit for raurriage. Setid
for free book and list of Questions.
ICiwlAtiiva Radically cured with a
|9irlCIUre ,;i.w infallible Home
lea*. N o to*
1 strumea.s, no pain, no
Idateallon from business. Cure guaranteed.
I Book and list of question! free—se nt sealsd.
-j>d experience are Important. Btato Tour
..te and oonfldenMal. personally or by letter.
Phimosis ^Yw f£.n
X/^ri^n %aIa Knlarged veins In the
▼out debility, wnakn" • of tht sexual sys-
tem,' ©to., permanently cured without pun.
^ynllilic That terrible disease, In [
J* H111 ■ I -S j all im forma and stage*. I
cured for life. ft:.- i poisoning and alii
private diseases permanently cured.
ROOK for both be hps par'S, 57 t
■"* v v pictures, with full description J
of above disoas«a, the effects andcu.o, sent 1
sealed In ] .In wrunnrr-f rro.
thliBcoUof till fruition it contains
Fat« Museum o* Anatomy f6« Men.
Having sold our business in Edmond
we desire to very cordially thank our
many friends and customers for their
patronage and good will, and would
earnestly urge that our successor. D.
N. McGowan, be given as liberal and
loyal support as was accorded us.
F. E Rosenberg & Co
Deer Creek Item*
County Line Items
Literary at the Carpenter school
house is well attended.
Elsie Thomas visited with her sis-
ter Mrs. L. G. Wessel last week.
Mrs, John Hunsecker and son
spent Wednesday with her mother,
Carl McGain visited the Bell school
Joe Leonard spent a few days in
Oklahoma City last week.
Johnnie McNeal spent Friday night
with Clara McCain.
Llllie McCain and Gladys Bell vis
Ited the Bell and Piedmont schools
A number of young folks of this vi-
cinity attended literary at the Head
school house Friday night.
Dick and Bernard Lynch were at
Mr. Leonards Wednesday night.
Mr. Pickard and daughter spent
Thursday night and Friday at Logan
Gladys Bell spent Wednesday night
and Thursday with Lillie McCain
Kanaley's Feed Store.
On Second street handles all kinds of
hay and grain. Prompt attention giv-
on to all orders and deliveries made in
Seed Potatoes of All Kinds.
Cash paid for poultry, eggs, and pro-
duce. Phone 188
One door north of Shamrock Hotel
J. H. SICKLER, Prop.
Assistants:. L. Cannady, B. Meredith
Logan Jones and wife spent Satur-
day and Sunday with Mr. Pickard and
family In Oklahoma City.
Will Hunsecker is the purchaser of
a new buggy.
Mrs Peterson and Mrs Miller and
daughter spent Thursday afternoon at
the McCain home.
Fred Wessel and John Hunsecker
shelled corn Monday and Tuesday for
Rawl Jones is visiting with his
brother Logan Jones.
Uncle Joe Williamson returned
home Sunday after a two weeks visit
with his son in north Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs Eck and two ions
spent Sunday at the McManus home.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Parker spent
Sunday at the McCain home.
Jet Whisler and wife of Watonga,
spent a few days in this vicinity last
Lonle and Charley Eck spent Sun-
day at Mrs. Lynchs.
Mr. Younge and family spent Sun
day at Mr. Fenters.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thomas were
at L. G. Wessels Tuesday.
Mrs. A. T. Lynch and two daught-
ers spent Sunday at the Leonard home
Bessie McCain spent the latter part
of the week with Minnie Nash.
Mrs, John O'Connor was in Guthrie
last week visiting her daughter Mame,
A large crowd attended Mr. Haw- i
kins sale last Thursday,
A big crowd attended literary at j
Carpenter last Thursday evening.
Rosa Lynch was assisting Mrs.
Stoner last week.
A good many attended the dance at
Mr. Smith's Saturday night.
Bertha Pickard, of Oklahoma City,
was out visittng friend last week
Mrs. Lynch and children visited Mr.
Mr, Eck and wife and John Kelly
and wife took dinner with McManus'
L. G. Wessel took dinner with John
j Hunsecker Sunday.
Rernard Lynch Charley and Lewis
Eck, Mat McAullff and Dick Lynch
were breaking bronchos Sunday.
Tom Eck visited with Frank Mc
If you have anything for sale, try a
local ad in the Enterprise.
Ml:,s Blanch Rector left last Sat-
urday for Anderson, Indiana, where
she will visit during the summer
The Twice a-Week Enterprise want
or for sale ads bring results
Do your duty as a citi-
zen and register for the
The Music Students cf the Normal
gave a very fine concert Wednesday
afternoon in the auditorium.
Eat at the Our Way Restauran'. tf
Register or you can't
R. W. Harmon of the Sun force
has returned from his trip to Wiscon-
sin, His mother accompanied him
Bulk Olives at SPOT CASH GRO-
Chas. McManus and Georgiana
Bostwick spent Monday evening at A.
Only a few more days to
J. H. King is visiting his daughter,
Mrs. W. J, Cowgill.
Try a bottle of Heinz Tomato Cat
sup, It Is the real article. SPOT
You can do better on buying ycur
paper from a practical man. Burl<5
has the stock and the experience. 314t
Register now so you can
help boost the water
Baled Hay For Sale.
I have some good baled hay for sale
at my place at.north end of Broadway.
" J. H. Morton.
Fake your sick watch and clocks to
Fraim's hospital for a speedy recovery
Have Burks figure in that papering
He will save you money. 314 t
Stop at the Our Way Restaurant
and take a pint or quart of chill home
to your family. Bucket furnished.
President Butcher of the Central
Normal was a Guthrie visitor Thurs-
J. L Schuman the insurance agent
and R E Mahoney the- new auction-
eer have formed a partnership and
have secured offices over the 1st
J. C. Hawkins and family left this
week for Texas where they will make
thir future home. They have been
bsen residents of this section 'or 18
years and their many friends regret to
see them leave,
A C. W. B. M. Coffee.
The C W. B. M. Auxiliary of the
Christian church will hold their regu
lar "coffee" at Mrs. Dowell's Tuesday
afternoon from 3 to 6. A ten cent
offering will be received
Mrs. Jones is visiting
Mat McAuliff and Rosa Lynch spent
Sunday afternoon at Leonards.
Edward Hunsecker is visiting his
Miss Rosa Lynch stayed with Mrs.
Stoner last ,
Wit .'I, f-1
$1.00 Per Week
Why m t have
One in your home
And make each
QUR record list is complete, and we are now in receipt
= of the March records, consisting of all the latest and
most popular hits of the season.
Come in andHear Ttam
HIATT'S DRUG STORE
$1.00 Per Week
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Gould, C. W. Edmond Twice - A - Week Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, March 20, 1908, newspaper, March 20, 1908; Edmond, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc140570/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.