The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 8, 1921 Page: 8 of 10
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THE EDMOND ENTERPRISE
INVOICE TIME NEAR---T00 MUCH CLOTHING
TO REDUCE STOCK WE PUT ON SALE
240 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits
IN THREE LOTS
$35 $44.50 $49.50
Suits in this lot sold
formerly at 140 and $45.
Suits in this lot sold for*
merly at 150.
Suits in this lot sold for-
merly t 955 and $60.
In each of these lots there are models for Men, Young Men, and irregulars,
such as stubs, stouts and longs.
There is nearly every dependable fabric, such as Worsted, Cheviot, Serge,
Tweed, Herringbone; all new Fall colors and mixtures.
These are three most important points about your clothes aside from the
price and the prices above speak for themselves. We give you everything—and so
much do we believe in our Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes that we say
"Satisfaction- or /Money Back"
Football Season Ended
Football season ended rather
unluckily for the Edmond Hi
team, being defeated by Bristow.
It was a slow game and neither
team showed much ability. The
season as a whole has been lucky
for the local boys as they have
made 263 points to their oppo-
nents 125. Courtney was the
all-round star of the team at all
times. Collingsworth's most
spectacular plays were his long
end runs. Kessler played his
best game at Bristow, plunging
the line for gains, repeatedly.
Williams used good head work all
through the season and starred
at El Reno. Roberts played his
best game against Covington,
catching many passes and tack-
led hard all season. Roberts,
Lynch, Hannah and Collings-
worth. will graduate this year.
There will be more weight in
next year's teams and many who
have not been elegible this year
will be elegible next year.
Richard Holland will be elegi-
ble next year and ought to make
a fast half-back. Bob Steen will
be elegible and will be a hard
man to keep off the team. El-
bert Stuart, who has been unable
to play this season on account of
injuries, will be back next year
and will make a fast aggressive
Ckjvyrtghi 19J1 Hut Sclulfner & Mam
130 Suits of Other Fine Clothing in Two Lots
$30.00 and $35.00 Suits
Men's and Young Men's models in hard finished
Worsteds, Cassimeres, Tweeds and Herrinbone; the
colors are Brown, Tan Grey and mixtures: a few sport
Men's and Young Men's $35.00 Suits
The models are the latest Fall designs in Herring-
bone, Cassimere, hard finished wool Worsteds and
Serges, in Navy Blue and plain Grey. Most of these
suits are Roshester made, which is a mark of good
LUTZ STORE FOR MEN
Get your Engraved calling Beg Your Pardon
cards, embossed stationery and in the obituary of Mrs. W. O.
wedding invitations at the En-1 c0lling8 printed in last week's
terprise office. 22-tf jgsue 0f this paper, we failed to
state that Rev. Carruth, pastor
REAL ESTATE, LOAMS, ,h/ M- f Church: a89i9'edI a|
' „ * the funeral ceremonies and that
j on account of the windows in the
M. E. Church being out for re-
nnVIHT O UADVC t>airs' Kev" Carruth suggested
URY AN I Ol mAKRv that they use the Presbyterian
I church. In justice to Rev. Car-
" ruth and the Methodist church,
we make this explanation.
door when the hunter came in
and said that "they ain't light-
ing" has also had a resurrection.
The "three-in-one" has been
; applied freely, several parts of
j old pants have been torn up and
Mr. and Mrs. Chss. E. Kel-
Mr. and Mrs. Chaa, Terry, boy, . ... , , .
, .. '' rammed through the barrels un-
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff K. Otto, .. .
| til they glistened
R'w ^ v. ^ « d ii i star's teeth, and
Mr. and Mr?. G. A. Bouteller,
DR.C. A. COLLINS
1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
| Publishsd in ths Edmond Enterprise De-
| cember 1st, and Dec. 8. 1921.
Notice to Creditors
til! the storm damages or destroys your
T. B. Douthit
Ccmp Bl'df. Edmond, Okia.
W. A. PNRBT. BLACKSMITH
Disc Rolling and Acetylene
16 W. Second
STATE OF OKLAHOMA. Oklahoma
In the County Court of said County
To the Creditors of Nor.ey M. Evans,
All persons having claims against
Noney M. Evars, decease.-, are required
to present the same with the necessary
vouchers to the undersigned administra-
tor at the office of John Roaten. attorney
Edmond. Oklahoma, within four months
of the dste hereof or the same will be
Dated this 23, day of November, 1921
J Q. ADAMSON.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moore,
Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Davis, boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben VanBibber,
Mr. and Mrs Jno. Nave, boy.
•Vir. and Mrs. Frank Sherrold,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCauley,
JUyrtle Kennard, 27 years.
Mrs. W. O. Collings, 57 years,
Robert ti. MeKennis, 6 weeks.
Official Opening of The
Quail Hunting Season
Finds Many Hunts-
Dec. 7, 1921.
W«H be there on the jump fo
your d.rty clothes and return
them to you clean and ready to
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Housewives send your family
washings and relieve yourself of
the hard day over the wash-tub.
You car. afforo it at our pricas.
Edaoid Stein Landry
J. V. Q1LLETT, Prop.
is now ready for business again.
All you can eat for 25 cts Come
|in and try us. Perfect attention! for their daily soup bone,
given dining room. 1 have first- suddenly sprung into popularity,
class cook. The boss personally sees to their
Mrs. W. S. Sturgis. Prop. menus, affectionately puils their
ears, and in every way exhibits
A Drive a gratifying change of heart.
The Woman's Christian Tem-! Unlimbers Shot Guns
like a movie
the old gat,
chuckling at the woe which is to
befall heavier artillery at the
disarmament conference, is "rar-
ing to smell powder.
And the objects of all this prep-
ation, the plump little qualls,
| were wallowing iuxuriously in
beds of dry leaves and chatter-
ing about the mild winter—until
Thursday the official opening of
For thirty days the battle will
rage. Every meadow and corn
field within the radius of many
miles of Edmond will re-echo with
the blasts from the shotguns and
anxious farmers will count their
herds of cows each evenii«g to
see if any of them have been
j shot in the melee or perchance in
I the neck.
Meanwhile the sportsmen are
! polishing up their line of quail
stories and it is certain that be-
i fore many days there will be
| wild tales unloosed about how
many birds they got in line and
Several Cities Protest Decis-
ion of Better Cities
C. W. Wantland, chairman of
the Better Cities Executive com-
mittee, states that he has not re-
ceived a reply to his letter of last
week addressed to Mr. McKee-
ver, originator of the Better Cit-
ies contest, in which he asked
several questions of vital inter-
est to the city of Edmond. Mr.
Wantland also wired Mr. Mc-
Keever but did not receive a
reply. We are informed, indi-
rectly however, that Mr. Mc-
Keever is in the state of Wash-
Last Friday evening a meeting
was held in Oklahoma City by
representatives from several oth-
er of the cities who were in the
contest and it was agreed by
them to protest the decision of
the judges awarding Shawnee
the grand prize. Edmond did
not send a representative as all
depends o n Mr. McKeever's
statement as to how Edmond ap>
peared to the judges of the con
test, as to whether we join the
other cities in the protest.
L'he people of Edmond are good
losers and do not care to protest
the decision of the judges if they
receive a satisfactory explanation
through the press in regard to
why they were not considered
the final statement of the
CHRISTMAS tree committees and Santa
Claus will find plenty of Candy, Nuts,
Oranges, Apples, and sweets at our
store, priced to sell. Be sure and see us before
N'KEEVER SURE CITY
CONTEST WAS FAIR
Promoter Offers to
Give Scoring Details
It has been a great week ir
Pups who for months have re
ceived nothing more than a nod | kil|ed with one"shot
from their masters, and who
have been kept waiting for hours
perance Union will makes drive
Saturday, Dec. 17th. for clothing,
| bedding and food to be given to
! the needy. Please leave bundles
jon your porch.
And that old sway-backed,
double-barreled, rust-plated shot
gun, which was removed from
the attic when the duck season
opened, and stuck behind the
Our Line of Groceries Is
Fresh and Clean
Bring Us Your Produce
J. J. Holley. Prop.
4 Deliveries per Day Phone 87
School Tablets 4c each
ALL NEXT WEEK
Mince Meat per box, 20c, 2 35c
Hines Apple Butter, 2 lbs. net wt 50c
Tomatoes, No. 3 cans 15c
Tomatoes, No. 1 cans 10c
R. B. M. Peas, per can 25c
White Pony Peas, per can 25c
Country Gentleman corn, per can 25c
Little folks copn, per can 15c
We solicit a pari of your patronage
Phone No. 4
Phone No. 4
Seattle, Wash.. Dec. 7.—(Spe
cial.)—Dr. William A. McKee-
ver, here lecturing at a four-day
juvenile institute, authorizes the
following statement as to the de-
cision of the judges of the Okla-
homa better cities campaign.
"The decision of the judges in
cny opinion was absolutely fair,
just and based on complete evi'
dence in respect to all the cities
concerned. If there is any blame
or fault to find I must take the
We appreciate you r trade a n er'tire responsibility for the er
patronage. Our aim is to fur- ror anc* the judges, who
nish nothing but quality goods. worked 80 harf 3nd methodically
The Quality Grocery Co. W-tf to be fair to all.
I shall welcome the calling oc
any desired meeting of delegates
from the losing cities for the
purpose of investigating the de-
cision of the judges and in time
I shall be ready to fumish to
each city upon request a state-
ment of the points whereon they
DeGraffenried & Whisler
For the Best Prices on
Christmas Fruits, Candies and Nuts.
11T E have a shipment of Candy
coming from Chicago at a
very low price. Call and see
us before you buy; also some
specials on case goods.
Highest Prices Paid for Produce
Buttons made at 423 E. Ayers
St. Call between P. M. and oed-
Jungle Land Books for the Kids
SHELDEX and POTTS-
42-tf Enough said.
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Adamson, Royce B. The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 8, 1921, newspaper, December 8, 1921; Edmond, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc141751/m1/8/: accessed July 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.