The Terlton Enterprise (Terlton, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 27, 1913 Page: 1 of 8
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The Terlton Enterprise
A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR A PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE
Terlton, Pawnee Couaty, Thursday, Feb. 27 1913
At Tke CWckcs.
Sunday School every 8unday
at10*.'m Preaching every 8rd
Sunday, morning and evening bv
ih* Pastor. Rev. Dorell.
Y. P. 8. C. E.
i y. P. S. C. K. meeta every
Knnday night at 7;30.~ A cordirl
invitation ia extended to all.
M. E Chorch.
3 tn«Wy so!io<ib eve* Suhusy
10:00 a. in., Mrs. Kibbee. *uper
tntendeiit. Preachingevery 2nd
and 4th Sunday, 11:00 a^m.
T. 3. Pastor-
If you're a mind to Haten therea M"- Marion Hughes returned
Oil under every fellow's farm. Saturday from an extended viait
« «« -.. a § -tw nf'wlth relative* in Neosha, Mo.
Dr. W. Kelly and family of.
Morrison, afriwd T e.d«J, m4 | Chw.Lw from north of town
will occupy tba residence proper «M the «r.t premium Miking
ty recently erected by U. J. An- machine, it the Terlton Drag Co
derson. Dr. Kally has his office Miss Pay Storms returned to
in the Drug Store and is ready her borne here after a viait with
for the practice of medicine her slater at Cleveland.
W. H. Ward of Inola, Okla. was j0|ixi Rose was down from
in the citv on business Thursday fpulga| on business the first of
Mr. Pry who has been living the week.
with hia son Fred Pry 5 miles! Mfel| Geneva Chasteen is visit-
east of Terlton, died Tuesday, af- ing her sister Mrs. Smith who
ternoflh and burial took place in j|ves }n ^e country.
«,^,le cemetery W«dne.dj,.| cft Armstron([.11,0)illBlin
The Prnlria Oil were Hallett, rialter. the
are ™ eometbln* like 20 (^ #( |u( vwk
ears uf 8 inch pipe at this point
We have been informed that this! Wm. Fraaee made a business
will be used in laying a pipe line trip to Tulsa, Monday returning
L 1) S. Church.
Sun 11y Sc!i' ol at 10 o
K-iigio S iiMlay night at 7:30.
Prayer titeeung -very Wednes
di nigh*. Snore n tentK«rvtcea
tii xt S n >l t.< "i each MM nth at
7:00 i>. «
Mr. and Mrs J. K. Bowman
moved Fridr.v into •>* residence
recently vacated by A. R. Mc-
THE kmWJ' ZKZKl
V W* e F!«hHM Off Ola
«.bt There. Seamed Indifferent
X j tiee t«w «f
Hotoft 8****wo*. 10 W*BI
4 if n, wcuii to htit b«n I'wuartj
v ,V ir% oI. or Indifferent to, t&e Urn
«. r<«itit, ft t ib#1. too. May nav*
i. . ) |> n of Ms wlfUo«fl. He *P*n
ir|. cr rl US" to tne AdtinMscIti
WMirr'-'T asnluat the dt "a*a whlcfc
V - I.t«: to niirfne ilitt for «eT*n
... n«. w llvnrt Id * little «*tUr* thai
r • « ,r.,ich ovarii* and from whirl
. .uti'mu n w varfimiy *ri«w ed
T un't.tft <j1 hu ir.r.*;(8:mt ctgrirette
• v.—ir*<i i inioFpt."*' •'"'I rertap
n vn to <?• vo i whjt tue "tauora
Af «* tiTon tiltf R* ore gaiei
„• i t|r fj in h ^n. *aahl«n«l l« fatl
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i t *h'l'vr *:r« win UBW«'«orw
1t or#i wr a'wrntf ti ffrce'tnc tor H>-l
;r. Mil vh#M. Jv " ifllprf" «
ifi r^.uie that of I
room HtiHT ,w br
from Indian Station, to the Tiger
Oil Field. We will endeavor to
tnake a more complete notice in
our next issue.
Frank Shoemaker of Pawnee,
was in Terlton, on business Tuea
Frank Miller of Tulsa, visited
in thetiity over Sunday
Misses Dora Jackson, and Jo
r<ie Wright i*mt Manford,
Saturday, returning Monday.
Louis brand coffee, guaranteed
to pleaae or money refunded at
Coiner Mercantile Co, Advt.
, Aaf w C.M.Frafee
are requested to call and settle
either by cash or Bankable
Those indebted to a# will fay
by the first for I have sotne notes
to meet anb have not the time to
call on you. yours truly
Mrs. H. H. Shurman and dau
ghter Christine of Manford, visi
ted in Terlton, Sunday and Mon-
Mrs Mangold of Skitook, Ok.
chui- Monday evening t^ visit
her father J. W Pry who is very
Chance. Pry returned from
A. C. Wilson and wife of Beu
lah, are visiting at the home of
C. M. Frazoe.
W. A. Stewart living live miles
east of town was so unfortunate
as to be kicked in the head by a
\ t oMet fcv'"t tl « roocni K *e bl
/••• ! Iirjw ia*tt- tv of Dr. Je^y*1
Mr it have t1H
0« <l •'•fM tT,s MP*** hi* kjudltiHi an'
f tdt'ic It toiKt
horse. Medical assistance was
aummoned and it is hoped that
he sooh will recover.
Dr. W. KELLY
Call The Drng Store.
| Messrs Adsitand Robb enjoy-
ed a supper, "like mother used
to oook" Wednesday evening at
the hospitable home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Ridley.
We are prepared to turn
sale bills on ahort notice.
Farmers let us print you 100
eavlopes with your name and ad-
dress for 50 cents.
FOR SALE—Chlld'a bed. Will
sell cheap. Enquire of J. J. An
person, at Drug 8tore.
* *r*Mlaa Daisy Measecarof Ripley
*ot*trif ta Say.
/CtffOMflnfr to a dallghtful atoty «•
^♦•11*7. wco«nt d In tba International
Journal of E h ra ty In Bradley On-
% t. tba iplendld mental aqnlpnw t
•f ilte poet did not Ineltida humor.
In hla charafterlntlcmli.t Impaaaloa*)
• XT flbelle) #an deeply Interaated to
te p obi em <rf Immortality. One day
\ t tact « ntiMVnsid whssllRC /a very
)r>iinK child lr a pv.ambulator.
'H«r« ta a little aonl." ha rsflactel
•rerently coma to earth, out sf the
•voai unknown preceding human Ufa
•orhapc It eta tell as
about the great aaltatwa aftoi kasv
Ifc. Tha two rsalma may be oaa aad
llo aecoeted tba Infant twtoe. hat «l
eouraa gained no rMpoa
blasb lafsstlia aura.
-Alas! slaa!" e1gbe4 Mo Jay The
wrr raltr««t Uhn little
I at, \ Sunday night and will
ao >pt a po. 'Mon with the Eubank
W. A. Eubank started up his
bakery business Wednesday.
C. E. Kibbe has commenced
the erection of his new stone
FOR SALE—Business house
in Terlton store with living rooms
In fecond stor v. Store centrally
located, close to Bank and P. O.
Enquire at Enterprise Office.
A. E Ramsey has made good
use of parcal post since he drew
the 6 lb box of candy at Ross &
Jacknons, the Hallett, high school
being in evjdence,
John Ortner of Cleveland, wa8
Laaiatm etaftor in the city
Ola papers for sale at the
Miss Mora Cox was from Clev
Miss Ruth Kibbe came down
from Tulsa, Monday for a visit
with her parents returning Tues
Mr. Theadot e Hayden is enjoy
ing a visit with hia parenta In
Buffalo, New York.
The KNTKUPHisE will not send
subcription, unless paid for in
•Mivance. No harder to pay one
time than at a future date.
Old papers for sale at thisoffice
Notice to Farmers. lOOenve-
lopes with your name and ad*
dreas nicely printed 50 cents.
S. C. Shaffer the butcher will
pay & cents per lb for all good
butq|ier stuff for the next 30
Attorney McCall of Pawnee
had busineas in the city the flrat
Road Master Heely. of the Fri-
sco, had business in the city on
Dan Perkins returned from
the Tiger Oil Field Tuesday. ^
The young people will enjov a
dance at the Fraaee Hall on Frl
Our climate ia a aeriea of aur
prlaea, and among our prognos
tics of the weather, the only
trustworthy one that I know is
that, when It la warm, it ia a sign
that it is going to be cold.
Get In the swim by subacrlb
Ing for the Entekpiuhk. $1.00
per year In advanoe
Statement of Condition of
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At the Close of business Feb. 4th 1913,
Loans and Discounts $68,856.77
U. 8. Bonds 25,000.00
Banking House. Furniture &. Fixtures 2,700.00
Cash and Sight Exchange 17,121.68
Capital Stock $25 000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits % 1*840.82
Deposits 46,787 18
i Total • $08,677.45
The above statement la correct.
J. MARTIN HAYDEN, Cashier.
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Are thinking of buying an Incubator
The.Fairfield is the best machine
you can secure.
FOR SALE BY
DICKAS0N GOODMAN LB'M. CO.
- e eseea~
Or see C. E Kibbe
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ROSS ft JACKSON. CASH GROCERY.
The Store of quality and low prices.
w Candies And Cigars Especially j*
An auto given with every purchase Yon econ-
omize by buying your groceries here.
V CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
ROSS 8c JACKSON.
look, look, look, i
5 GOOD THINGS TO EAT AT ELLWOBH S RISTAUHAHT. «
' (^Hamburger sAn lwitches lOits Ditiver sm«iwitches,lOcta *
Egg sand witches Sets. Pie per cut Rets. Chille i er bowl lOcta |
Good dinner 25ct* Short orders*t all hours. Fresh bn ad. «
buns, doughnuts and home made pies for sale. «
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BaU-raH, Metcslf ft Bradley
shoes, beat made at Coined Mer-
tantlle Co. Advt.
Beginning with our next laaue
we will print a four page home
print paper. All news items will
be greatly appreciated by us.
The Enterprise family have all
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Christian Union Church met at
the home of Mrs. A. J- Moore on
We are sending out a number
of aample copiea of the rntkb
piusb thla week and It you
celve a copy it la aa luvltaUoa for
you to join our ranka. I
call at the office or mall ua joar
C. M Fraaee haa been buay aa
packing a stock of new apriag
Mr and Mra. J. E. Ealea are
the proud .parents of a fine baby
girl which arrived at their home
last Thursday, Feb. 20th.
Several Items of aewa were
omitted laat week oa occount of
being rushed with work. ^
M. Kibbe and Mra. O. K Kibbe
and daognter Mlaa 8uth ware
Pawnee, visitor* Monday.
A. R. McKaughaa and wife
left Friday far the Tiger OU
Field where Mr. McKaaflhaa haa
formed a partnsrahlp wtlb Waal
Toier, a Uverymaa at that place.
See aa for Sale Billa.
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The Terlton Enterprise (Terlton, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 27, 1913, newspaper, February 27, 1913; Terlton, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc178478/m1/1/: accessed January 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.