The Mustang Enterprise (Mustang, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, August 18, 1911 Page: 1 of 4
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Mustang, Oklahoma, Friday, Aug. 18, 191 1,
Local and Personal
Col. Crocker is upending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. John Eng-
land at Mistletoe Springs.
Melons are still being loaded out
in carload lots.
The hot sun of the past week has
burned and discolored the rinds 1 I
Prospects for rain are good. and
nobody would object to an old iasn
ioned soaker. It would be especially
appreciated by siveet potato groiveit.
Rev. ('has. M. Brown closed hie Your phone due* the company
series of revival meetings Sunday to keep it> dsbts a.id .;
night, after four weeks of earnest j much ,,f ■. ti Pay bv An.* lv?. ■■ e
work, which was successful. Mr. j ^ jt ,h|;; ,•
Brown was assisted by Rev. W arner j
The Church has been revived and j
strengthened and the pastor ha?
found a warm place in the hearts Ol Botanists In Alarm,
the people l r lis u>: irin« effort? Xo little alarm Is being fe"
and earnes; ue.- m 1: - w> i1:.
INVENTION er CHANCE «
I 7he Disturbing
BAYONET DEVISED BY TROOPS
WHO HAP NO AMMUNITION
How Argand Invented His L.v'p and
Galileo the Telescope With Acri
This has been the hottest wtek tif
the summer. That i< the heat
been more oppressive.
The bayou- t is paid to ha -• ti
Its name from tii •
among botanists f.< present at. the | first made at Bayonne, and • • "
url<1 disarp a:ar.c« of th- « !U1 tie-,. "" ! :"
' ers of the Har.ailan Islands. The flow tbe mothel ' '•••' '
ers aie beautiful bevend description, | A Ha-O" ' u'.iuent
ostStrayed orStolen \ ™nv of ,h*m hav- bw'cmp I P'e88ed by-
l uun . erne of them have | ridgo nea;
' very strange properties or habits ■ Midlers -su-
per instance, the flower of the Hai! munition v
h:8 ! tree lasts but a single' day, opening | fix 'heir lonj;
at sunrise and closing at sunset. Tho i ot th.ir nva
koaii A ■ hu is another beautiful acted upon.
was madi. •
. ii that as
xhaust,1 t ti-
ll.- . i•. •. is looking f
strs"--d • a * *metim* Monday nower and it ehi.a n from purple to
n,=t the 1 .... ..* thought Pink during the da- .^Sornc■ of flies*
Miss l.ffi- ijuinn, ot Ardmore. i
turned home Monday, after a >h
visit to her cousin, Mr- I'oreli
flowers, such as the Poolannc. bloom
only in Apill and May. but the great
On account o- - > much wor
Or. Jenner, the Yukon Dentis
here three day - thi eel
ling on ih- com- f
,oii show up. hut «r number seem to bloom nearly the
,,.j Ul?t entire year Pome of the vine?
very prolific, one of them spreads
01 them, an 1 Thursday h-gan to ^ over an cnti.e acre of ground. Ono j tad not a
^ ;] t,, i 1 . p-ji-l that no curious plant is a fly catcher, and still ^ seen it.
, i mum Ti e another lures unsuspecting insee: | Ai-gand,
*■"" ' j to destruction by a peculiar odor fnd
i-#, re i> > h Mack mares and are light
1 liiatches. weigh about lbs ,
Basques le '0 the ni; m
tho weapon at Bayorsn . and
tion Into the armie ot l-'.ar. :
which would hi
W. B. Porch and Vr
attended the Jeuki:>-' huroli we '-
<lijig in Oklahoma City v .. j •• ,
Steve Ryrum, of Greer count is
visiting Jesse ( ainpbell and family.
Mr. and Mrs Chase Hit .-hi* an!
little daughter, of Oklahoma City I
siient ^atui 11' with
1* M. Hailv
,-l« and aie --li d all around.
, ihur jeio.in, (Held to Grand J ury
Higgins and Frank Mitchell which
was called in 1.1 Ren > Saturday, th
charge- against Mitchell wer
missed and Higgins was held to thei ..." , Iwanej
-i • v ' most liberal terms, mto
I lamp with i :
| cylinder up v/hioti
, was allow i 1 to pa
j supply ot ox: •
I well as to tf\0. e>!o\
At first Avgan.i u,
| out any chimne>.
busy in his ' or ; o
I fore the ! :-..uar.,
I broth-'i wa'-
iag a bott«. :
it upon the tlan
k'HClosed promptly at | •*,..
and s min.i the id a ol tl «*
lamp chimney, by which hi in.en
en - • that farm loan
'■ W 1-ihiJlesr A gen'
j i tion was pcrfee'od.
I oui money as soon one <t the i..
as abstract isexamm ^ " 1
n ot a Dutch
James Grant came from th1 ho? i lr, ,•
iiital to his hotii '- W -dii ■= la_. i
• 11iMr proauce
after snccessfully passing a Burgicai Rni-t:«r
operation. His friend; I !
see him out again.
tte door cf hi
lined and appro^d.
i Call and See.
Mrs. Brown, of Chickasha was in
Mustang Tuesda,. night isi t.- in'-t
of the W. 0. W Circle
Drs'. Fenton and E. k ianger cf
Oklahoma City Macv Adington i
Yukon, and A. A Rogers of Wheat-
land attended Masonic lodge here
Hens over 3 pounds . •
Apple; Coc to 8--''
H 1 StetTensen
is the time t subscrib-
. . through 'I'
\ aUo wri1e insu! anee
P W BRINE LEY "
At Mustang Bank
! An i
take a man i jmcut
lir. h. t . Jenner, l^iiti?' of Viu;
For a deputy to try
from Mustang ti El Reno is a losing
gam.i for the deputy, and if the
county comniif sioners dont make ar- pri
rangements for kandlii.; 'io'ater
of the la ft in this
Chase Ritchie, who is to t-acli om .....
advanced room in the Mustang • sh >1 - here 1 hur.day in the interest of either have to 1st them g >,
moved here, from Oklahoma City, his dental practics Hs will return may gateit off 'intoOlclahom
Wednesday- Mr. Ritchie and family next rhursday. and if ron need any ty, which woo ti
have moved into the <Iromwell 11 p lental •* rk see him at the Mustang
>rty in the northe ' ^ .
we | ca:.h
rhs Ladiss' Aid Society will giv«
an ice cream social, m-x' 1 i;'.r. -■
evening, August 24tli. K • ;, ;1 ;i
cordialll invited to att-n 1
Dr. E. C. Jenner will 4 r i i 1 )er. :
or Optical work for young hens,
will make the prices sr.1" stactor> !! •
wants 300 hens so if your e j« i
teeth me troubling * >n -r-e him
I 'uts and bruises ma'
a1.:, ut ne third the tinir
ant is "i ti ■ an 1 'tu-h iniuiies
t h 1 without maiurati >n. Ihi-
Hnim.-nt als relieves soi -ne;s of the
iii.is.-1-- and rh •unn.tie
1 arm 1
the Buy it now Now
1 i buy a bottl* of Cnam
ie. Cholera and Diarrh■<-
I 111 Oil
drug store evei - linn
Paul Hani- n was a M
itor Monday and I ues lav
month's visit n the -
He visited pi t'.-- '
Colorad'i, Washing! n, I
ifointa. lie re; rls a
cation. Paul's, lustaiu
alad to see him 1: ..• ««
it up and gaspi
in the pi . : p<
Ar np'T'' i the advetii.MiC
mt'.min* of il,,s I'Jpcr.
If *!!«. ti ii if (w'llii'R !.-• m *«t
A /> i ' n i I v • I ■'
j*m ni v. ill sell il tor you.
.- ■a., *
Rev. C. S. Warner I
Kansas whete he Ti
lile wedding v.hrn a
neice of Mr un*!
themselves a helpni- ■
ha* niauind sevH'
the last K-' ye.u
Fre h rider or
n rai er
1\. - returned t th'-home
where a reception was given
]i.i I hier many friend join rtli>
piit." in wishing them a hit
ubr prosdercus wedded lile.
the.' plavi- i hi. •
rhs toorttl th
f th - 9th. v a
1 1-. Lannctt
Li'th side* wi
teams u ill | '
up a i
i ukon -1
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Daily, J. M. The Mustang Enterprise (Mustang, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, August 18, 1911, newspaper, August 18, 1911; Mustang, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc157369/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.