The Mustang Enterprise (Oklahoma [Mustang], Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 7, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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The Mustang Enterprise
VOL. VII, NO. 51.
OKLAHOMA (MUSTANG,! OKLAHOMA. DECEMBER 7,
$1.00 Per Year
THE MUSTANG ENIERh.
Hurrah for our pretty sunny clays.
Now is the time to have those pic-
tures taken before the Holiday rush
^begins. Portraits are appreciated
^•;->re and last longer than any other
0-> of a gift. We are showing
n interesting styles at Special
reo prices. Riggert Studio, 119 M>
West °w, Oklahoma City.
Mrs. E. Simmons was shopping
in Oklahoma City Wednesday even-
\V. I!. Porch is attending the hard-
ware convention at Oklahoma City
Mrs. C. S. Warner is very sick this
Mrs. Con Bowlware was shopping in
Oklahoma City Monday evening.
Mrs. Guidner and Mrs. Murray,
mother and sister of Mrs. Will Jones,
made a pleasant visit with Mrs. Will
Jones last week.
F. Loomis went to El Keno last Fri-
Joe \\ of Vian was in Mustang
Friday and Saturday.
Mises Ella and Lillie Scholle of Ok-
lahoma City spent Saturday night and
Sunday with their home folks.
Permit us to suggest that a sitting
at our Studio by yourself and friends
will be to our mutual interest. Spec-
ial holiday inducements. Itiggert
Studio, ll'.t'i West Main. Oklahoma
Miss Jessie Molir left Saturday for
Tuttle, where she will take hcarge of
a school near that place.
Thanksgiving day was very pleas
antly spent in our little burg.
Dr. Crenshaw and wife spent
Thanksgiving day with H. S. Payne
Mr and Mrs. VanArsdale and moth-
er spent Sunday with J. S. Scott's.
Dr. Crenshaw and wife spent Sun
day with Geo. Church and family.
Carl Shewey spent Saturday night
and Sunday with Harvey Church
Mr. and Mrs. Clark and son, Ben
nie, spent Thanksgiving day with F
Loomis and family.
Mrs. Chase Ritchie visited from I*ri
day until Sunday in Oklahoma City
Mrs. I-ue Taylor of Kildare, Okla
arrived Wednesday for a few days
visit with F. Dunlar's Mrs. Taylor
is on her way to South Texas, where
she intends to move.
The game of "horseshoe" still con-
tinues in our town.
Mrs. L. White of Chickasha, district
deputy W. O. W. Circle, visited Mrs.
C. E. Simmons Monday and Tuesday
Mrs. White is her in regard to re-
organizing the W. O. W. Circle.
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Church and
daughter, Grace, spent Thanksgiving
with F. Loomis and family.
How nice it is when you have a
few moments to spare in reading.
You will be surprised and deglhted
when you see the opportunities you
can have in reading the advertise-
ments in the Mustang Enterprise.
Roy McCullutn, formerly of this
lace, visited H. S. Payne's Sunday.
Miss Gus Rector of near Tuttle vis-
ited home folks from Friday until
Harry Craig of Oklahoma City vis
ited home folks from Saturday until
Mrs. Crenshaw and Mrs. Ritchie
called on Mrs. E. Simmons Tuesday
Mrs. J. L. Scott and Mrs. T. J. Van-
arsdale called on Mrs. Warner Sun-
Mrs. A. J. Winger, who has been
quite ill, is reported to be improving
John Wright left Friday a ' last
week with their emigrant car for
South Texas. Mrs. Wright and child-
ren will follow as soon as Mr. Wright
gets located. Their many friends are
very sorry of their leaving. The En-
terprise and friends wish them much
success in the Sunny South.
Cool weather still continues.
J. M. Daily, former editor of this
paper, is no longer connected in
any way with the presnt publish-
Subscribers and advertisers are
hereby notified that any transac-
tions after this date will not be
THE SUBURBAN NEWS-
PAPER PUBLISHING CO.
Miss Emma Goure. Homer Wynn
and Mr. binds and family spent
Thanksgiving with Mr. Fletcher and
It. M. Fry lias moved his scales
from the stock yard to near the liv-
"I do not believe there is any other
medicine so good for whooping cough
ns Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,"
writes Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction
City. Ore. This remedy is also unsur-
passed for colds and croup. For sale
by Mustang Drug Store.
Socials and Announcements.
On last Wednesday the Christian
Endeavorers gave a Hard Time social.
A nice supper was served. On the con-
itions of the weather the crowd was
small, but those who attended spent a
A farewell party was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mohr's
on last Friday evening in honor ol
their daughter, Miss Jessie, who de-
parted Saturday morning for her i
school near Tuttle. Those present |
were Misses Sophie Scott. Maud i
Mohr, Jennie Mohr, Goldie Loomis, |
Jennie Walt and Daisy Jackson, and |
Messrs. Jessie Jones, Glenn alt, j
Carl Cone and Harlie Wilson. Nice
refreshments were served Afterward
the young people departed for their
homes, thanking the host and hostess
for their night's entertainment, also
wishing Miss Jessie much success
ith her school.
When you have a cold get a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, it
will soon fix you up all right and will
ward off any tendency toward pneu-
monia. This remedy contains no
opium or other narcotic and may be
given as confidently to a baby as to
an adult. Sold by Mustang Drug
When your feet are wet and cold,
and your body chilled through ant.
through from exposure, taken big dose
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
bathe your feet in hot water before
going to bed, and you are almost cer-
tain to ward off a severe cold. For
sale by Mustang Drug Store.
"1 have been trobled with constipa-
tion for two years ami tried all ol the
best physicians in Lirstol, Tenn . and
they could do nothing for me," writes
Thos. E. Williams, Middleboro. Ky
"Two packages ol ( hainberlaiu s
Stomach and Liver Tablets cured
nu'.'' For sale by Mustang Drug
Vnc •Inatlon for typhoid hits been nt
tended with such satisfactory results t
in the army that its use is now strong j
ly recommended by all leading pliysi
What a whole lot of bother we mor I
tills would be freed from if we were
relieved of the necessity of everlast ]
i liigly scratching for the wherewithal |
i iu keep warm or cool and to satlsfv |
Many a horse raiser finds it adviin j
tngeous to breed his mures In Novell!
| her. This gives an October colt, which (
I gels a good start before winter sets in
| and in the care of which more time i
| available than during the rush sen sot
of the summer.
CENTER VALLEY ITEMS.
On days when It Is freezing out "f j
| doors and water cannot he used to ad
| vantage ill washing windows a very j
! fnlr job can be done with kerosene, i
which can be applied with a small rag
I and the window rubbed dry with a
clean dry cloth.
Office, Walnut 1808.
Res Walnut 7868
Dr. Edwin E. Sanger
Office 414-17 Security Bldg.
The Dorcas society met with Mrs.
Crenshaw this week.
Fred Boyer was shaking hands with
old friends in Mustang Satutrday.
Bill Gatewood came home last
J. S. Coiner and family visited F.
The cold wave struck us again
Monday, and from the way it snowed
for a while we all expected to go
sleigh riding, hut has failed so far, j
but have plenty of time yet.
E. W. Brindley was transacting ■
business in Oklahoma City Tuesday, j
Jake Foreman went to Oklahoma
George Church went to El Reno last j
The M. E. Sunday school is pre-
paring a program for Xmas.
Louie Watson and family visited F.
G. E. and Gene Gowie and families
and P. Jensen and wife spent Thanks
giving with Mr Mercers.
Ira Wright of Choctaw spent
Thanksgiving with Mr Fletcher and
Mrs. Marguerite Jones and son of
Oklahoma < it y visited her mother.
Mrs I! T. Foster and family, Sunday
Services at the Presbyterian Church
Morning Sunday School 10 to 11
Preaching, 11 to 12
Evening—C- E. Meeting to , ..'V
Preaching, 7 30 to X 30
Methodist Episcopal Church:
Sunday School each Sabbath, 10 n in
Kpworth League, r,:30 p m.
Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p in , Wednes
Preaching second and fourth Sun
das of each month He\ ('has M
A F. V M . every 2nd and Ith
Fritiav nights W. W. Crenshaw,
M \\i A . 1st and 3rd Saturday
nights. L. D Hampton. V. C
Royal Neighbors, 2d and 4th Satur-
day nights Mrs Morgan Oracle
W. O W meets on the 2nd and 4th
Tuesdays of each month C H
Brower, C C
W i) W Circle, 1st and 3d Tues
day nights Ethel Taylor. Guardian
A. 11 T A . the 1st Monda> night
on or after the full moon of euch
month Frank Dalton president
Almost every day some one tells us
they are well pleased with the prog-
TI-sS of the Mustang Enterprise The
following are a few who are taning
advantage of the ten day low rates.
Remember, just half price: J. B.
Spitler, R. M. Fry. V. A Cude. F. W
Hubbard, W. P. Riley. H. A. Stewart,
S. M Gloyd, 11 S. Payne. II. Gate
wood, G. S Rector and W R Ten
nant anil many others This encour
j ages us to greater efforts in making
j our paper a better one, but we need
your financial assistance, and to those
I of you who have not paid or renewed
if the paper is worth anything it is
; worth the small sum of fifty cents a
j year. If it is not worth that much
to you, stop your subscription Also
i to those who are owing, we kindly s;iy
pay us for our labor, for the laborer
should be worth his hire Now, re-
member, this paper is only fifty cents
to anyone subscribing within the next
ten days. After that date. Dec If,, tin
paper will be at the regular price ol
Clarence Smith, teacher of the
Pleasant Hill school, gave a Thanks-
giving entertainment, followed by a
pie supper The pupils rendered a
splendid program Afterwards tb«
pies were sold for a good price. ^ (
E Shewery was auctioneer. Miss Nora
Rogers received the cake for being
the most popular young lady.
Rev. Wilshire will preach at the
Presbyterian church on the second
and fourth Sundays of the month.
Thursday last was Thanksgiving
day, and a great day it was for the
people of Center \ allcv and I rairie
Queen school districts. We all met
at Center Valley school, and all who
met there and partook of the sump-
tuous dinner prepared by the good
ladies of the neighborhood never
once thought of drouth or hard times
We aang a few select songs before
noon, with Misses Daisy Jackson and
Gladys Smith at the organ. After
noon we sang "Coronation," "Amer-
ica" and "My Grandfather's Clock."
Miss Jennie Walt at the organ. Miss
Daisy Jackson gave a short lalk and
rendered a very amusing monologue
to the delight of all present. M. M.
Smith gave a short talk on the his-
tory of Thanksgiving day.
After dinner, the talks and singing,
the Center Valley boys and the
Prairie Queen boys played a game ol
baseball. Center Valley coming out
the winner. Prairie Queen very gen
erously allowed two boys from Mus-
tang, Charley Hamption and Grady
Smith, to play with the Center \ alley
It was a good day tor young and
old and nothing happened lo marr the
pleasure of any. It is hoped that the
same company will meet again next
Thanksgiving and many of their
friends with them.
Thanksgiving now has passed away
:ind now we think of Xmas day
ONE WHO WAS THERE
Pleasant Hill School—Dist. 49.
| Pete Jensen and wile ol Oklahoma
City were out to spend Thanksgiving
j witht heir parents, who live in this
A game bird of western Montana
that is much appreciated Is the tnoun
tain grouse that full grown is nearly ,
as large as a Barred Rock pullet. A
further characteristic is that the meat j
of the bird Is mostly white Instead of j
dark, as Is the case with a majority i
of game birds
Not so very long ngo the practice I
was followed by many dairymen of j
moistening the ground grain ration for I
the cows Today It Is generally recog
nlzed that feeding such ration dry not j
only keeps the cows from bolting It,
but before they can swallow it they |
must chew the feed thoroughly and
mix It with saliva.
The vital energy used by dairy cows
er steers as tank boaters In warming
j ice cold water that they drink means
a corresponding decrease In the
amount of milk which tliey will pro
[ (luce or flesh which they will put on
It follows from this that it is usually
cheaper to take the chill from the |
water In some other way
J Undertakers i*nd Embalmera
| YUKON, - - OKLA.
Physician ami Surgeon
Office at Mustang Drug Store
Office Phone 7.
Residence Phone ! .
Office Hours—10 a. in. to 12.
4 p in. to l .
| Is the most wonderful ol medicines.
' It is not like anything else. It is in
a class all its own It cured Mr 1
Jacob Brown of Muskogee. Oklahoma,
after many physicians failed to re
i lieve him of Pleurisy. Lumbago and
the nervousness occasioned ih iel>\
It cured Mr llartzell of Blood Poison
Caused by the scratch of a cat It
| cured Mr .1. II. Reeves ol' Sciati< ;i It
j lias cured hundreds of cases ol Rheu-
matism There is not an ache or a
pain that it will not relieve
| Ask anyone who litis ever used it
of its wonderful cures Not an in
tsanee of failure Its action Is quick
and the cure is permanent.
l'se K<> ( IN KO for all pains. Rio u
i mutism. Sciatica, Neuralgia, etc l-it
i ,y Cents and One Dollar Bottles
l'se HANGER for all Blood. Liver
and Malarial Disorders, $1 no bottles
l'se .It'NE BALM for Run Down.
! Fagged and Jaded Nerves It pro-
I duces perfect rest, without slugging
the nerves us it does not contain Nnr
cotics nor Opiates Price 60 cents
All Druggists, or sent direct if your
druggist cannot supply you C.uaran
KO( IN KO COMPANY
Don't forget to read the time table
I this week and notice the time ot the j
j Remember, until Dec lath the Mus-
tang Enterprise for fiftj cents a
\ ear. and until the same date the Ok
lahoma "Farmer-Stockman, a good,
lively paper of sixteen pages, with the
| Mustang Enterprise, both lor the
small sum of seventy five cents lor
I V A. Cude has moved to John
Wright's farm Mr Cude recently
purchased this property from Mr.
j Time to begin you Xmas shopping.
I Mrs. llenrj Brower has been visit
ling her sister at Tuttle a lew days,
George Church and family leave this
week for their new home at Okla
homa City Mr Church and familv
have been residents of our little town
for a number of years, and thev will
be greatlv missed from our midst
We have appreciated their companion
I ship during the past years and regret
Elden and Ernest Kei or I were out
from the city to eat Thanksgiving din-
ner with home folks
Our school gave an entertainment
and pie supper Thanksgiving evening.
Henry Brown is driling a well on
the farm recently purchased by II
'Prosper. Mr Trosper is going lo
build a new house M K E. Taylor
will take charge of the ranch about
The young folks of the school and
neighborhood are planning to organize
j Agriculturist j
• Nashville, Tenn 2
• For 10 y • are the friend and •
• counsellor < i Southern farmei j
Z Tu entj four pages twi< e ;• •
month 50c a year or three •
years for $l.no. J
Sample Copy Sent Free. •
"Winter Tourist" Rales
Otf sale daily November 1,
1911, to April 30, 1921. allowing
final limit to reach original
starting point June 1, 1911!
LOl'ISI \ N A
d write poetrj
Di J. 1- Spitler ii
visit to Oklahoma Ci
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
To the Creditors of \V P. Cornish.
The creditors of the above named
decedent are hereby notified that th• •
undersigned was. by the County Court
of Canadian County. Oklahoma ,aj>
pointed administrator of the estate of
said decedent, and that all persons
having claims against the estate ot
said decedent are required to exhibit
them to said undersigned admlniBtra
ior. .1 C Cornish, with the nocessar\
I vouchers, at Wheatland. Okla. or at
I the office of W". M. Wallace. attorin>
HI Reno, Oklahoma, within four
I months from the date of the first pub
I licatton of this notice .to wit From
the 16th day of November. 1011
Dated November 14. 1911
J C CORNISH Administrator
W M WAU.ACK, Attorney
in this week s issue
Mr. and Mrs. .1 c Morgan made
I business trip to Norman Wodnesdsi
; There will be preaching service* at
the Methodist church every tirst and.
Third Sundays of eahc month, making
services every Sunday at one ehurch
or the other. Don't forget this
! The debate the M W V s had lust
Saturday night was with much sin
Cess, and to a largeaudieiicc The
quMtioB. "Would National Prohibition
j lie Beneficial to the I'nlted States?
j The decision was affirmative
j The quicker a cold is gotten ri<l "i
the less the danger Iroin pneumonia,
I and other serious diseases Mr II
I. Hall "■
firmly believe Chamberlains tough
Itemedy to be absolutely '
j preperation on the niarekt tor coins
I have recommended it to my Jre nus
land they all agree with me I'or sab
by Mustang Drug Store
FRISCO TIME CARD
No 4H8 1"
No 4(i(l ° l, m
A party was given at (.etie tioure
Friday night There was a larg«
crowd All report a nice time
Off the Map.
An Irishman called in tit a ( hlnese
laundry and found the proprietor
counting his collars
"He Jtibers." said he. "y " re a fun
n.v lookln' man J'"U vvid the horse's
mane hnngiu' down your back And
where oh, where do ye ■ '"o ftom.
Hut the oriental did not understand
so merely said. "Coun'ce collars
. ountee rollnrs."
"Hedad, then." said Mi . "ye i" «
loir, for there's 110 shU <■. mty in oiru
land at all, at all."—Lond u Ideas
Always plenty of it—
good lump a n d right
prices and weight.
j R. M. FRY
fc Phone 15
Request your Tickets Routed
via "Frisco Lines."
Kxceptionally convenient train
service, variable routing, ample
stop-over privilege, and long re-
For detailed information con-
cerning "Winter Tourist" tick
ets call on nearest Frisco agent,
or address the undersigned
C. 0. JACKSON, D. P. A
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Do you n^ctl some finali. i«l Ri'istfincr this year' 1 ct nir nialfr you a larm l->aii
!• .an do I-Htrr by you In any t Srr mr about youn at an ratly dale I alic
on your |.io|>.-,tv Don't drop ... nr«l«t vow protection, lor worrr .e
. lliari droutli may tome to you. Should a lire follow drought It would ind^'-d I'
E. W. BRINDLEY, A^ent
No 4 r.
40 p ill
State of Oklahoma, Canadian County,
hs IN COI'NTY COM i
In the matter of the • • s' '• ■ of l.nimn
A Stivers, deceased
A Mitchell, the duly appointed and J
qualified administrator ot the est >'e
presented for confirniatioi and filed
in Bit id court his return of the sale
of the follow it, g describe,1 r. .1 estate
of said Km in a A. Stivers to wll N h
quarter of S..-101I Twp UN It
\V I M for the sum of Jt.lHW and
that 011 the 11th da> of December.
1911, at 10 o'clock in the fo noon ot
said day at the count ■ couri room ti
El Keno in said conn'■ of • unadlat.
lias been duly appointed by od Court
for hearing said return, at w eli time
my person Interested in >•. I estate
may appear and file his exceptions in
writing to said return and r test the
same, and are hereby reforr d to said
return for further purlieu
In testimony, whereof. I !••• her-
unto set my hand and affiv 1 the seal
of suid Court, this 2fith d. of No
v ember, 1911
W A MAC NN,
Save All You Possibly Can
by carrying your money on depos-
it at the Mustang State Bank.
It is convenient—a check book is easier earned
than money. It is safer-we will replace a lost
check book, but no one can replace lost money.
It helps to economize -you will try to keep up
or to increase it. It aids your community—
your deposits helps to create a fund, part of which is
loaned to meet the needs of the patrons of this
MUSTANG STATE BANK
E. W. BRINDLEY, Cashier
A. will hereafter|
onday night on
loon of each mo|
he friend and coy
month. 50c a
i Copy Sent Free
rin E. Sai
ecurity Bldg., Ol^
ers and Embaln
AN AND SUP.Gf
lice Phone 7.
deuce l'hone '.iJ
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