The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 69, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 31, 1908 Page: 4 of 12
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Tfit Edmond Enterprise
r ..ered in the postoffice at Edmond as
mail matter of the sccond class.
D. L. MILLER, Editor and Manager
Subecription, One Dollar Per Year, in
Cross Roads Items.
Mr. !• ayet Wide died at his home
Tuesday morning at seven o'clock,
a't-ir an illness of el ht years. Hli
funeral was held at Victor church
Wednesday at one o'clock, then he
was laid to rest in the Plesant Hill
cemetery. He leaves a wife and
host of friends to mourn his death
They hadja party at A L. Alson's
• ,a'U'day( night All rrport a good
Mrs, J R Jacobson and two child
ren from Kansas City are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R Peters
Miss Emma Schardt and Mr
Dennis Shannon were united In the
holy bonds of matrimony Thursday
Dec 24. at the home of Rev. A E.
Wardner In Edmond A'ter the cer
emony they took dinner at the bride's
parents, no one was present but the
relatives of tlie^bride and groom. We
wish them joy through life.
Mrs G. R. Peters went to Chickasha
to spend Christmas with her brother
J. W. Jeffries.
Mr Ernest Baker and Mr Gregory
I larrola visited Mr Hurt Peters Thurs-
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Williams and
family and Mr. and Mrs Klce Ran
ties and son, MIssBertha Delay, Hun
Peters and Gregory Harrold ate Xmas
dinner at Mr. Baker's.
Mr. Alglre has moved near Fred
erick to make his future hem?. We
are sorry to sec him leave, but wish
1. m success in his new home
Mr Mart Moyer's brother returned
to his home In Iowa Saturday.
The oyster supper at Mr. Tllden
Smith's was qu te a success
Mr, John Baker and Mr Vernet
B.tker spent Xinas at hotm
Mr Frank Shannon worked the
Miss Ollle Peters, who has been
working fur Mrs. E G Shannon ir
Edmond, has returned home.
The gatharlng at Mr. Gossipe's was
well attended and all report a good
Mr. A. E. Dome's sale was Tues-
day and they Intend to leave to-day for
Mexico for their doughter's health.
Miss Rllla Roach, teacher of th*
Pleasont Hill school, gave an enter
tainmer.t Thursday evening and treated
to candy and oranges.
Mr- and Mrs. Frank Wllion ol
1 cokaba spent Christmas at her
Mr. Mann ate dinner at Mr. G. R
Mr. Gregory Horrold of Oklaoma
City visited in this victnty Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson and
family. Mr. and Mrs Walter Daniels
and son. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Shan
non Mr. Albert Schardt and Miss
Grace McDaniels spent Sunday at Mr
Mr, G. R. Peters and Mr. Matt
Peters hauled a load to Oklahoma
City Monday for Mr. Alglre.
The party at Mart Moyer's Monday
night was a success.
J. M. ANGLEA, Cashur
C. H. PROFFITT, Asst. Ca?!'.
THE NATIONAL BANK
Cr EDMOND, OKLAHOMA
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $30,000.00
W. S. Patten J. W, Howard C. J. Patten I, W. RodUey J. M. Anglea
THE POPULAR BARBER SHOP
Frank IV1il_l_s, prop.
1 he only First-Class Shop in Edmond.
ONLY RELIABLE ARTISTS EMPLOYED
lit Rear of First National Bank Bldg.
YOURS FOR BUSINESS
IF i OU WAN r ro BUY a good Jack, call on Col. R. E.
Mahoney. as he represents one of the biggest Jack firms In
the United States He has over 200 Jacks fir sale. Any
price or size you may want. All jet blacks, with white points.
Edmond, :: Oklahoma
oer hal« h' ".J"' ,0U ^ y°Ur ba'C C0,,0n '0r fr0m *2 50 $5
sMeJln^h ? Same C0,,0n glnned over ,he old"s,y|e gin- The old-
lows fll the H , y °ne t °' ribs ,eedlng ,he co,ton from ,he '°P. al-
lows all the dirt and trash to go Into the cotton. Our new style with a
to°drn.Wr« ° feedS the C0lt0n fr0m the bo,,om' allowing the dirt
to drop free from the cotton Besides. I have installed a Special Lamb
Cotton Cleaner, vhich none of my competitors have.
Por ordinary ginning using only I set of ribs, the charge for ginning will be
he ™°Hr 3 00",b' bale' indUdlrig lhe wrapp,"8 and For ginning with
he modern system, using both sets of ribs, and the Lamb Clean!? the
charge for ginning will be $3 50 lor a 500 lb. bale; but cotton ginned In this
vay will fetch you more money than when ginned In the old way
,au are also buying boll cot on now at both Edmond and Jones a. we
•lass ofnco toen ™Ch!nery at these ,wo Poin,s that enable us to handle this
o ?0 12 an • u W! receive dir,y cot,on ,or our machinery from 15
o 20 miles, ana we hope to be able to draw all the lower grade cotton into
Edmond for a distance of from 15 to 20 miles, as no gin in this vicinity is io
roug y equipped for the handling of this cotton as is the new Edmond gin of
A. H. DeBOLT
After a pleasant visit of several
days to relatives and friends in the
Choctaw community. Miss Lena Sals
thlel has returned home
..To Our Patrons..
Thompson Bros handle a nice line
' gas stoves. See them before you
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year for you, and
thanks for your generous
trade of the past. We are
prepared to offer you more
and better bargains than
McGOWAN Tf1E fmuarnn,ture
| CHEAP FOR STORAGE
; price per ton:
£ Canyon city, lump $3 OQ
; Canyon City, nut "7 00
McAlester, lump "7 OO
; ■ McAlester, nut 6 OO
£ Henrietta, lump
5 Nut and Slack ... 3*00
Free Citv Delivery,4
| Eagle Mills ,
All persons knowing themselves indebted to the under-
signed must call and settle in full between now and
January 1, 1909. .
Beginning January 1, 1909. we will adopt the 30-day
system and all patrons who fail to settle in full at the
end of each month will be dropped. It takes cash to
run a grocery store, and, as we expect to continue in
this business, we must have the cash when It Is due us.
Yours for a big business,
BARRETT & BRYANT
"The Economy Store."
WEISER & ANGERMAN
Heating Stoves, $2.25 to $23.25.
We guarantee our $23.25 Heaters to
heat a store room 24x120, or three
rooms in a residence.
Call and examine our stock, at
116 S. BROADWAY
PHONE NO. 77 FREE CITY DELIVERY
CUSTOM GRIST MILL
Old Fashion Stone Burr Meal
Mill. Chops and Meal for Sale
Chops ground, per lb.
Meal ground, per lb.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prompt Service.
C. A. PLACE, Proprietor.
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Miller, D. L. The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 69, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 31, 1908, newspaper, December 31, 1908; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc140667/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.