The Terlton Enterprise (Terlton, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 17, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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•re offering more good staple merchandise in the Dry Goods and Shoe line for less
money than any other store in town, even cheaper than the
bankrupt sale now in our city. - _
Echo shoes 2.50
Ladies White House oxford 8.50
Usonia shoes 3.00
oxblood oxfords 8.50
Children* oxblood and ton oxfords at coat.
Men's 25 cent drawers now at
25 cent shirt now "
All outing goods at ooet. Ladies underwear at coat.
All $1.00 yard wool goods at
silk ginghams at
All last year > shoes at cost.
Men's white house shoes $8.00 now
Repeater shows 8.00
All .15 " French folard*
.15 " Batieata at
.12 X "
* There is no better md'se in Pawnee Co. offered at bankrupt sales or any other sales than off- f
i ered at our store at present. We also carryneoof as complete alines of Groceries as any store i-
«in the county. A complete line of Hardware and implments, buggies and wagons. We have <>
i been in your town five or six years, You know wecarry honest goods and honest weights i
I We give you your money's worth in every line muse. Please call and inspect our line and
J prices before buying elsewhere.
I C. M. FRAZEE Terlton Oklahoma.
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More than a dozen busines-
men from other towns Were her *
Thursday, and they were pleased
with our little city, and said we
had bright prospects ahead.
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Enterprise Publishing Co.
Advertising rate* will he mail* known
i $1.00 Pse Year
Entered a* second clasn matter Dec-
amber 12, 1 12, at the port office at
Terlton, Oklahoma, under the act of
March 3, 18W."
Have you heard of any one who
has been auffering from cold
lately? Don't all speak up at
Hot winds prevailed in this
jfcrt of the country Thursday _
and Friday, which, ir continued,1
would have caused great damage H
to growing crops. However, a
general ruin fell Saturday which
will do a world of good to the
crops. Prospects were never
more favorable for bumper crops
than now; and here's hoping that
the 1918 production will beat all
S. E, MOSSHAMMER.
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Is priptrai to handle Lithe Work turning in and
out side. Thread cutting, fine or coarse right & left.
W. H. ROMACK
Harness and Shoe Repair Shop.
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We make, find repair harneis. Shoes repaired.
All work guaranteed to please.
Bumper Cotton Crop.
| (Jries or distress from Harmon I b*ve completly wiped out m >•• >
and Ti 11 in 40 .-ounties where the than 2.(X)0 acres of wheut. corn
grasshoppers are taking whole ksffir and other crops and are be
Terlton, is booming, if you are
a live wire, help us boost; if you
a e a knocker, keep still, the less
.vou day the better we will ap-
The outlliok for cotton in Okla ; of: * |WIn|f ,rop(. % ati. | ginning on the cotton. Planters
lioma at the present time is very tention ^ the factr44,at the last litre afraid to cut crops already
assuring. Unless very nnfavor- , l#lature appropriatcd $10,000 j ripe that are affected because
able conditions develop later cot for extertnin vir>^nhe jients ip I this would drive the millions of
ton experts arn inclined to think Tii-s money is avail-|K>a«odioppt'rs into the cotton
that Oklahoma will market 1 500 abU, on niqut>Ht) * th« rount.v !fields and cotton is to he the big
000 hales this year which will be coimnjsSjon^rM ,tfi the ixinnues !crops in these counties this sea
worth 100 to 125 million dollars i
in goto. v where aid is nead^d. The pests | son
Dr. Wm. KELLY
Phjsician and Surgeon
Office At Drug Store.
Calls attended promptly
RES: PHONE TWO LONGS
Dr. F. S. Bobbett
Physican and Surgeon
office in dkuo stork ,
kksidf.nt phonk 1 short
1 Long 1 Shokt
J. MARTIN MAY DEN
Kor Springfield, (Ma>-s.) K. and m.
luMiiarue Co., and Fidelity-Hlienix
Office with First National Bank.
The stock of 0. E Coiner was sold at bankrupt sale July 10th and w- were the suc-
cessful bidders, and have decided to close out the stock at once; RKGARDLESS OF
FORMER PRICES. Here is your opportunity to supply both your present and future
needs, at a ridiculously low price.
EVERY ARTICLE IN STOCK MUST BE SOLD
Don't delay making your purchases. Come before the stoc'; is broken.
We quote you a few prices only,
9 lamp flues 25
4 10 cent cans baking pow.der 25
4 pkgs corn flakes 25
4 boxes axle grease .25
2 25 evil' pU.'sti.i) co •1,)
r> gallons oil W
$1 00 shirts for «•>
pommell slickers $H 00
$1.00 suit cases •
2.00 dnek coats ] qq
60 cent dress goods ,25
All piece goods at, a big sacrifice.
Any low shoe iri the house at just half
p ice. Jewelery at any old price.
Come Early Or You Will Be Too Late. Kespectfully,
Greenwood & Mason.
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The Terlton Enterprise (Terlton, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 17, 1913, newspaper, July 17, 1913; Terlton, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc178517/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.