The Terlton Enterprise (Terlton, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1916 Page: 1 of 4
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Terlton, Pawnee County, Oklahoma, April 27 1916
Will Lose Eye
Set,urday afternoon Fred Walts ( On further examination it was! School ended at the Square
our very effecient peace officer, [found that Roy langston will lose .Top school, Tuesday, "Happy,
came ho ne bringing a bloodhound i the sight in the eye that he had happy school days.
, with which he intends to follow j hurt the last of last week. The How did everyone spend
W. W. Club Notes
The W. VV. Club met Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J.
W. Ridley. There was a business
session held with the president in
Herein may be found the
names of the men who have been
appointed precinct registrars for
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up some of these chaps who take specialist found that a sliver of Easter? Roasting eggs on the'charge. The Club set Tuesday J ^ prec'nc*8 in 8 P
May 2nd, as general work day at |county-
..— the graveyard. Should rain pre- McElroy, South, Bob Allen,
it upon themselves to break in I of brass from the shell had cut a j creek I suppose.
and steal that which does not be I slit in the eyeball almost to the i .. . „ . . . ,
long to them. Ihis dog is of pupil, in fact such a cut that it i "J 18 ^tter ,
thoroughbred parentage and wa8 necessary tp take three j J. * th°ught h^r fever broke: vent work on that day, the day
though young no doubt will make stjtches in the eyeball its-self. I °7?y* , Anna , 8 C°"" following, all are requested to
the next chap who tries some of While the sight is gone there isifined t0 her bed tw the
the tricks that have been
here-to-fore hard to catch.
Mrs. Charlie Little visited
with her father and mother Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Moore, Sunday.
Mrs. C. D. Colburn visited at
A. A. Colburns', Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ryel left,
Saturday, for Okemah where
they go to spend a few weeks
with his people.
W. A. Dawson a one time res-
ident of this city no* of Drum-
right, ,was in Terlton between
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Colburn
made a business trip to Cleveland
Kay Colburn and Harry Gayer
have bsen doing some repairing
tried « ™ , ... . imontn and we snail oe glad wnenicome* The Club asks the com-
tnod ^e hope that ** * id* abetter a* up with «" • « in this good
able to aa\e the ball and thus ug Jl -n work and help make oor grave*
save the boy the inconvenience j yard ^ vjsit01. Jes
of wearing an artificial eye,: Miss Maude Hudson spent Sat- s;e Young was present. There
which will be some advantage to j urday night with Miss Minnie will ^ no meeting next week,
say the least. Deitz. |a]j gQ to the g^veym^.
Mrs. Pearl Greenwwod enter- ^ m®€t ne*^ week a* -^e
Misses Fern Webber and Lucy tained a large number of relativ- j me °* ^rs- Grant.
Roberson went to Pawnee, Wed-! es and friends, Sunday. She cer-
nesday afternoon, to take thejtainly had a fine Easter dinner | A quite a bit has ^ ^ a.
teachers examination. , and everyone had a nice time. bout thjg reRistmtion law going
Misses Chase and Melvina r ^ Present were Mr and Mrs.to Work a hardship on the parties
Grant returned to their studies j ^ave greenwood, of Mannford, I who ^ in the minority, by
at Stillwater, Monday. Mr; and ***"• Red(^ Greenw^ t their being supplied with men,
C. A. Wilde and T. J. Brown,Jr 2, Bert" Gronmod aid i'"!"u CW*City °f j***™*- who
made a trip to Pawnee, \V ednes-1 „ V, ^ , qmAuyor n.i would exercise unduly the power
day evening ' ' ? ?? Sme'tMr "nd ^ vested in them and refuse to reg-
m r a w n . l ' S0'""10" j ister doctors who were not of
Mr. and Mrs C. A. rt.lite took thas. and Dorm Several young! the p^per political faith. Now
dinner and spent the day Sunday | folks went over in the afternoon. fIou3e Creek town„hid has a man,
with Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Grant. j «a
Misses Minnie Deitz and Maria. registrar, who will see that
Rev. T. M. Luke took dinner,!
and remodeling on the house in j Sunday, at B. B. Grants'.
which Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moore j
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Colburn I round trip,
were Hallett visitors, Monday.
Compton went horseback riding
Monday afternoon, making a
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j every qualified voter is register-
ed, regardless of what their par-
' ty affilations may be; also we are
sure that most of the precincts
Mrs. A. E. Compton and Mrs.; neal* are just as fortunate.
Pearl Greenwood spent Monday j
afternoon with Mrs. Bert W ise.
McElroy, North, W. A. McCab?,
Cimarron, West, Grover Rigsby,
Jordon Valley, Kelly Swan,
House Creek, Bailey Storms,
Remsmber it is necsssary that
you hunt up your precinct regist-
rar and make application for reg-
istry during the first ten days in
May. Don't sleep on your rights.
Make it a point to look up your
pifcinct registrar, on the first
day of May and see Lhat he reg-
isters YOU. Every voter owes
his allegiance to his party and
here is a chance for him to show
that he has its intesest at heart.
Every man who fails to make ap-
plication to register might be
termed a traitor to his party and
to good government.
We are selling better
goods for less money than
others. Our big loads to
the Field tell the story.
You save money at-
+ Mr. and Mrs. Redd.v Green-
g I wood and daughter of Skiatook!
♦ were down visiting relatives.
+ They came Saturday and spent J
Saturday and Sunday with W.K.
j! Greenwood and then went on to!
7! Mannford to visit other relative I
i1 for a few days.
I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hudson
I and family spent Sunday with
I their daughter and husband, Mr.
I and Mrs. Bert W ise.
I The neighbors of this vicinity
I found a wolf den, Sunday, and
caught 6 young wolves.
C. F. Saun:ers and fa nily loft
Tuesday evening for Idaho,
'where they go to make their
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Mr. and Mrs. Brant S
were in town, Tuesday, for i
was paid twice by Farmer Thorn as R. Kalm. He
kept no bank account. He paid his bills in |cash.
The last time he paid a c al and feed bill he lost
the receipt. The clerk forgot to make a record
of it. The firm sent Kalm another bill. He
had no receipt showing he had paid it. The
clerk had forgotten. Kalm was sued he r>aid
again. Had he kept '.h s money in the First
State Bank his check would have been his re-
A check always tells who got it.
Cash is silent.
First State Bank
Safety Deposit Boxes. We pay V/v interest in our
the money at home
the Enterprise do the
FOR FARM LOANS, Ileal Ksta e,
the Insurance see F. A. Boyles,
Terlton, Oklahcma. Adv.
Fred Walts was a Pawnee
Mrs. D, S. Gayer was in Terl-
ton from Saturday till Wednes-
day, visiting friends and relativ-
Ray Colburn and Dick Turpin
started to work on the cily jail
C. E. KIBBE
J. MARTIN HAYDEN
Kibbe-Hayden Lumber Co.?
Lumber and Building Material of !)
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Colburn, C. Dee. The Terlton Enterprise (Terlton, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1916, newspaper, April 27, 1916; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc178740/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.