The Foss Enterprise. (Foss, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, August 17, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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PllbM. (-.1 (Ml KSU< 4 kl
Lattrftiso. Printing Co.
kill almotit eve.y vicious measure | "*' v,'lr' Hi n"ii'i.'ii'ttii!v
i introduced in the council. Hi* L.„ JZK
iw "M kn"wn •hi|,*y- * «*. •"* ■
fairdealing will I- a hard com- ' rKXrW iV/r"-
I lunation for Ins opponent" to >"• 'M " •>.• -ku. i* ml
i.d wo. therefore. ex M.uh.-w Campbell. of CarpenUr, J",in W L"rner "' Canute, Ok';.
i m iMi.g.i.. ••ipc,'t his hofnination and • d course
U« wiJi he <le>ied if nominated.
iltHJdnwi aTF«; L«rt «w*ry man in Washita conn-
Ottr Vi-.t WU,k '«** ■■
•r««i* ' .>i-m> * I gale's nomination, and we would
j— - - ■ have Kiowa, lii ;er
There are some things that alNUHi, it id the other couii-
newspaper should suppress and ti*,, with fawrile >,|is to cliinl.on
seme that it Kliouid publish, and I theband wi.gon aivi help us.
there are noiue things. Which if —————
publish..! would make mighty
interewmg readme, but we have
refraiti'.d for the reason that con-
dition* might improve.
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Notice .or Publication.
| r part Meat of thr Interior
Ofer*- -I lilKrl r l kU-. .1*1*11.1**
V«i:. r I* toerrl.) fitri tkat fitr tuIi.-Hing
Burn. 1 rt;U l>.v ''1.4 (KXl'r *t b - intrnin*n
lw l fcr inn! in irl «
rr I< Mnr
il Im>. ukla .
4 '*i J. %'
. - flit«. TI o«a *.
|—M ami ruliivaiHn
XX all VlTnr
M.l-n. Mr* later
,1 iwi.il.toii In ..... Katrifrix Jul).'? nm.
Miriet. kob et ai.it «rio\
4 < « '.I I 'K'mi. OLI.I !?l«l\"#.. IM.
••«•• •" •• l *rrl jr I'tten that thr follon inj:
w«l < ttl* r h*. Ill. « M.ttM- of I,.. int-iifton
• t*-Dnal pt.M.f u, >um>h1 wftn r la MM, ami
.i.t Ih- mj.it' U f.M. * i; Mu
Arthur J I'm*hi. Jam*->
Mrs. I.inv ill Class Itecrpi ion . • i
; i*t •. no., w«
The annual riM i-piiMii gui-ii l>y Warren Htewart llag< r, of Ca«
ThttMl II iHNhJlM, t
< l\Mtl.|| .\Tt.l I'HlMd
l-un.f Kl okla.. Jal>
1.4 nn| M*tlW*r Umsr |ilr<| «.f in
nmU final |'r M «f tWrlr r. -|h?. f.t. .
I..,. K U liHr|'ht. I - riMtrt <a«>iuiai
*>—, AvcaM 17th •* !. *t*
William B. Nix t f ('mint**
!•« . II .l< *r| li j
MMicoim A. Hutchinmin. of Foss
V« att-i ri'sU V..ar "aata-r tor e«i.lfc-«ti •
t.a *f tlml Iter nna.'< of a tla« nfr «urr** t, 1
.m* th it Dm* !•••*• rtirtiua wf lb tend
CuatU Willi Vtf«r Nlit.it fMfirr. va fttwf ta
fllll^r. tib.< • r^rrt^lnl. wtf• Mli««* ♦*\li.> lay
Bide-a-Wee Trips and All Season Tours
Via Rock Island
of 'Mid la ml. Ilv
IVrnrr A. Mad
I l«-ui< ill*. AndrcM
•• ii ff a •ml •
• > ' Notice for PulJicatiun.
1 |h r,
1 Ij m**'U'*'Iti i.m.-n«. t'im i«i> i:.
1 Ni.im . i ii. ii-l.t K.tt-a liiat tH'-
«ain« .l .. Ul#rli-. ilU .I iiofta f .1 •. - mti
aiukr iIimiI i«io..f in -iiiipftii lil* <14111
Okl'l. ' M#W l r.H'f will I** in.nl# iii ii.
"\ V I>avid A. Curtis, of Canute, Okla
•itmpnitfni Tirketa on xale August
10, II and 12.
r.i-i ■ iu.it.it J Te Minneapolis Vrey low rates ■ocount t!. A. R. Kn-
NOTU K «JR I't'MI.K ATION
|*<*|iJi1uirAl ol ta It.f' i.ur, l^iail Ofll- •• I I.I
llano «*kl \tut . I'm.
\ullii' i* NvMiy ptfl I lot I Ibr lullnttliif
lli.it .J.«l r . iil . . 'iij.V i^torr .
. kin.. .... . pi 14, * •>.. • /
Albert |5. I'arrclMon, of Be «e,
Kor lHr H' % '|t *«•«**7 la|> II n tanir.i IT |
Mr*. A. J. Linville to li«>r Sun
day «c lit Mil claM and a few otlwr " ™ *
A man w h nei ioiiaiy, but not 'fiend*, at her h.itne nurthwe.it of;
re<-e*' aril.v fatally, injur.-.l hore " wn. occurred thia year on i it v.(
few day* eince, lie was run- Wednesday evening, Aug. 1. Ii.iimr. •
ning through • patch of nun- J wim. ■" unual. ii most delightful
flowers and ttumhled over a rrrl- heartily enjoyed l>y th. ;11' "
dence before he «« it. lie will favored onea present, numbering ; , :i(li
probably recover, but the «u„. "bout sixty, who had the ad.li-
flower* will remain. tional pleasure of meeting Mrs.
— I'. J. Baker of Pom, t)kla., for
ludge Onrber has handed down | many years a resident of this
II.. h.o l a.,4 l ii,•
< linn- - r lira oM ntiatr. okla lti-nj.im.ii II
lurmrof r.i.ut.-, okla hm>.-I J. Imvi- ..i
< iiialf.* klu.. John T Itut.fuit l i anutr. i ikl .
Henjamiii B. Turner of Canute,
II. t .nil. s lolNm inn attiir.M-
ln« iimi tuii<iiik rraidi •• «• up in and
\ KdiMi. \ MNI k <\M-U*a>n
, fikia . Julv ji>, I'aat.
fi nd n|i|.llratHi
i N iC.tii|r*- i
Charles F.Uates of Canute, Otcla.
.m Horn ..I N
Notice ol Application fur Mquor.
a decision in the (ioff habeas cor-. township.
pus case in which he denies the The grounds were nicely lit up
application of Ooff for the writ. Ifor the occasion with Japanese
(Jeff whs convicted of violating I lanterns, the decoratiotia indoors
the pool hall ordinance and ap- j being lilies, roses and sweet pe:i
plied to Judge Uarber for n w rit
of habeas corpus. Mr. ISoff was
convicted of a simils • offense
tome months since anil spplied
to Judge Billups for ii writ, which
was also denied by him.
It is gratifying to see the num-
ber of people i.t town who are ac-
quiring title to their homes, and
this is very commendable in that
a man will tnke care of, and im-
prove, his own property, where-
as, he has no interest to speak of
in rental property, ami, second-
ly. rent is the poorest invest-
ment a man can make, as he
pays it out, and nothing tangible
in return. Own your own home,
humble though it way be, and
you will be independent.
The Roger Mills Democrat of
last week states that Klk City
defeated Clinton last Sunday,
but that most of the Clinton play-
ers were Foss boya and it was
really another defeat for Fun.
The statement is not tioriie out
by the facts. There were four
boys from Foss in the.line up,
but n« to the places they played
and tho line up they hail nothing
to do with it, urn! then they must
have played the (tame pretty well,
for F.Ik City hirod all four of them
to go with her team to Oeary
Monduy to play there.
We have received a copy of an
article by Hon. P. S. Nagle of
Kingfisher ori the initiative and
referendum, which is one of the
ablest expositions of the subject
that we have ever read. The
auhject of the initiative and ref-
erimdum id one that the tieople
should study more than they are.
ft in Ining agitated a great deal.
Slid we regret to nay that much
of the agitation comes from dem-
agogic would-be politicians and
The exercises included un inter-
esting review by Judge J. D. Al-
len tif Van l yke's book, "The
Other Wise Man," followed by a
discussion by several members
of the class; music and Mings by-
Misses Ola Uelany, May Won-
seller and Mabel Wilkerson;
and recitations by Mrs. O. W.
t'offinan and Miss I'earl Che-
shier. Klegant refreshments were
served at the proper time, the
sandwiches and olives being dis-
pensed by Miss Susie Tucker and
Col. Kml ry Owen, w .ile Misses
Franki Lor I and Hose Vail had
charge oi the punch bowl. A
guesshg contest, naming several
varieties of cake, was declared a
tie, and the prize, a box of deli-
cious candy, distributed among
the company. About midnight,
reluctant adieux were said, and
all departed with thanks to their
genial hostess, anu pleasant
memories >f a most delightful
evening. -Cowgill Chief.
Htss vs. I homiis.
The Form ball team trekked over
to Clinton Sunday where they
met the Thomas team for the
fourth time. The boys were a lit-
tle fearful of the outcome of the
gnme, as Galloway and Clymer
were absent, but with lohn
Thomson and Slurp as substi-
tuted they played to win and did
win one of the prettiest games of
tho ucason by a score of 7 to 1.
During|t he first three innings only
one from Thomas and one from
F<ms reached first base. I on-
denville made first and reached
third in both the first and third
innings only to die there. Foss
opened up the fireworks in the
fourth by scoring twice, twice in
the fifth and threa times in the
sixth, while Thomas was only
able to put one ntan over the
plate in the seventh which was
due to an error of tho second
baseman. DoRoin pitched a fine
i ki< ci
Okl* ..... -. |S ... m
Arthur C. Baum wart, of Canute,
hr Ml I -r «|r «.a* i|r and • M * • i|r «r |*
_ iff W.I. M.
nil. Turmr. \v llllam It.
and Joet-I'll I'cn'il ill!
I patillahed In Kusa lalrrft-iar A ti jr. 1« .
HOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
partitii'hi af Hi* Interior, t^ind oMrr
n ol tlili
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.port of hi* rlalni. . ud
.Hi- la>r« rc K If. Mm
I lr-i pt.lih.lMSl 1.1 r.... Knl.'rpri... .lull ,'T. en.
NOTK'R Kilit niBl.lfATION
I >" pa rt men t of I h** liilrriot land fffTli'ii at
KI Hi no. okla . Jul> .«•>, p.m.
Xnlhs. |. hi'rt'l.v |tl«. .. Ibal tlx- r.ill. v. ,nr
-flll'r Hu. HI. It I hi.
;.. m.ik. Hi..I |.n«.f in I til. . lain,, in.t
nit |,r..,.f III!,.. | II \lllr
■.it s.*|,i :i. r.ui. ii/
Aaron (' Armstrong,
in.... „r t.
l h> .1
..n -i | t:. I:«r. Mr
Thomas «. (Mark,
Km thr hf t* «|r nr i(r sv
m* ' tw|i I.i « raacr .n a
II*' natSi s tin- follow IIIK
hi- continuous icsidimu
l -aid land. > U
Mat he a t am |J>al I. Andn*«r lit. Ll.
r.n pf utcr. f kl.i
UfA.XKi . si. m i.
Klr«.| puldUhcl in Ku«< I nfi*rprl>c Julv .ti, hum:
NnTH'K l.u im IJI.H \ I . .V
IH*| atlta< nlof |hc liiti-n.ir
I .and oitlii1 at l.l Knio. okla., Jul) l?. f.wn;
\i lh-«- l- iM-ndu g.t.-i. Hint flu*'r.ill.iwluir
naim l •••Itlrr ha- llu-d in>thM>nf hi. Int.-iuion m
nuke llnal prmif In tip|H. t ,,f j,i- • In Int. fin«l
thai said pi.«.l will In- mmli l.. f..r« I . Mm
fuiiil I. Unnik-hlrr.
iai imi|, i ka
f n aid Mo. |h
ouSi'y "d W.,!|..i^
ranti'd hlwi to -rll
mi *I..UU* lii|Uuri
4. In aU w
Mid lid X
lilt th*' rlerk l
kn u that IIiviim
n tal! malt, fpirlt
nd No. Ikui'. oi
•ul dlujr i.
hi |.t Ja>
I tut I'd .\
r, 15. If
n Im It any eMrli
A |i pi t>*a i
Notice of Application for Liquur
Trrrltnry of Oklahoma..
r.itint) of M a.hlta. ^
I Si.,li i- I- hi n lrv K|vi
in- r.-i nt«-«l to mi I a
in raid aard \o. i
>. Ii hvliif ^ It tinted ni
>o--«n. i.t'oifrc W. I'rxfi Aa**M
•. rnilt|i .Ii linrk. all i t It. - i k...
PARM - LOANS
i cheap money
office at elty Scales.
j. i. Howard,
(,o!'.\si:r,t)u at i.aw.
FOSS, O T.
- Dr. M, L. REYNOLDS, —
1) K N rP I ST.
OKI-ICE UOtirt THRI3E
First National Hank Huildinx.
W. J. O'llAKA
FARM LOANS. |
Vary low rates account annual meet-
ing K. O. K. Tickets on sale August
11, 12 and 1.3.
Low rates all summer. Special re-
duction September li'f to til inclusive.
ijow rates nil summer. Special re-
ductions September .'1 to H in. lasive.
Fare and one-fifth for the round trip
To Great Lakes Very low rates all season.
Atlantic Coast ' Very low rates all season.
Ask for Rook Island literature and ra;e quotations before
completing your vacation plans.
GEo H LEE, J S McNALLY,
Gen. Pass. Ajft. Div Pass. Agl.
Little Rock, Ark. Okla. citv, 0. T
*< |'t 'lilt"
.aid a|i| lirai
on Miff ill, IKOii. 11/..
Preston M. Dobbins
I uhhc l*> w . I. i
II.' n..iui-s fh.
Il. r.i hi i\ 11,
n |n*r. I.ori'ii/.
nd a hf
r*-!di tin' upon and rultltalloii
Joseph A t liun hlil. Krunk
iait.f. .ill of rw.nkln
NK r Menu -. Rrifl-ter.,
nd eulth ttion
vnn.itn lloifmui. William llniher, Cliurle-
rlM-r >unim l I. Ku.s. il, all of Ko—. nkl.e
Kuink f. Mi KI.M. Ileirlatcr.
If you want the swellest new
Foss, silk dress in town be sure and see
that 36-inch black poi de soi silk
at only 0O<: a yard. Hekulv. &! quick, list it with the
Youno. Beets Realty company.
ltnlri| Auirl l*i. IWIH. \ppliennt.
If you want to sell your farm
All kimlt o| U|aol | i.t | if is i'air I till v Jrn
VII kinds of IitMintnee. Kin , Tornado, I.I,
uliiff. I.ilc. \i,eidt'i,i, -Milknet-. Iluifrlai t. I1
Uluat. OlNi'« .it City SraJes. City Wcl^liei .
The Place to Eat s
E. T. 8AN0BERC \F0SS' " ' OKLAHOMA|
Ph>alclan and tiur-
fkln. Julv t. iwas.
tlml thr folloa mg
ri* of hi- Intention
il of hi- claim, and
• In-fore K It Mm
ner, ;it Ko-s, iiklu..
Marion L. I^tokout. of Foss,
M|f MM"/Hfa-p Ii r
• f -aid land. vl*.
John r. VileII. Jill
V llllam t .liuv a'l.
runjf.' H a I in
d pol'llshrd in rn«a KntrrprUe \ui
NuTM'K roR I'l Ml M*\TlON
d the Inferior.
Mi, Ok l.i.. July .I
• i- lirrrtiv pl\en lhaf tlir fo
settler liaa tili'il notice of lllr Ii
.ti ltd of*c«
AT OUR STORE
While They Last
SeB °ur Radium Ho
£W. h..c nc.i.ed . Un. new, nKt.t lot. ol lunWiiai, hand fnltMl, hollow rrmird
admnii. Rilori that u.uallr atTlal I2.W cach u rau.1, which wc *ill (i«a away atvo.
l.l> lr.. tnadrertiM the wondcrtul
RADIUMITE DOLLAR RAZOR STROP
•l«h u lifhi, pliable, durable ™.«^myi^..id>Mile, and which I* rtvolutlonlilnc
A RAZOR GIVEN FBEE To The 'PURCHASER ol EACH STROP
***** * cravqilca • ai.il a <lrliif.it. eve# a> m#n b«vtn( tlte lUr.lctt tcard*.
Foss, - - Okla. Or w. A. Albrecht.
Cphth il mctcyiil.
I have the only old line
hall Insurance on cotton
crops. *500,000.00 In
fold behind each policy,
ce W. J. O'Hara, at
city scales office.
EVES TESTED FRMK-GLAS-
E8 FITTED at
Peoples' Drug 5tore, Foss, O. T.
' f. c. rinehart,
Carpenter and general repair
shop. One door north Cunning-
•. M. Murphi, I'. ^ «'oart Couiiol'
■"o-a. Okla.. on Mrpt. I . I'.im, u;
Nelson Welker. of F
«Wf r LUHKS IH
80o to SZ'BOl Razors, SI to S3
ti ti v omwtrtfoit that cm. innatean<toi«n(V kii ti.uh -.jmltt-Rg the tcrni lc t .llUUiM luik in the *uiui*|
bh^viag %K<e\^, I air thtvlng ho.sorv and in ft* a.. It.rlf.
.n. |. sraoa a mi kaohwitt >i#
SM'mf. B"V a fta4ninure srr«p ,
Rev. K. A. King filled the pul-
pit at the M. K. church, Sunday
evening in the absence of the
office seekers, who are attempt-1 ""ven%n wn,cn WilN ',:l8,"r-,iev'W'N'
inK to ride into office on the gi- f"e l" Hn trr,,'r °f th° WH'°nd Th«' Square Top Sunday school.'
Ution, link ing it strikes a chord I _ l>«'Ho,n pitched a fine, flve mil. s west of town, received
of popular sympathy. This agi-!CHme *" U11 " " "" Perfw't new song books Sunday ami
Utionshould not affect the deci-"UPP?Pt hm~ The lwo **rof. Pollard introduced some
•ion of the people one way or the ™nnlnK "f Dondenvllle was « of th. new wurb and led in the
feature of the game. Thomas kinging in the afternoon. (J. F
has a fine team and played splen-
'tid ball, but the Foss boys Just
j j outplayed them. Barnes, ihe
1 ' Klk City pitcher, umpired the
fcair.e and gave g.s.d saiisfau-
• Hher. but they should study the
question for themselves and in;
the light of their own welfare,
reason and common sense
if they deem it best, then vote for
and advocate it, if not, then re-
ject it, without regard to agita-
tors or any one else. Abraham
Lincoln is enshrined deeper in
the hearts of the American peo-
ple than possibly any other
American citiaen, and he said,
trust the common people.
In an another column will be
found the announcement of Sen-
ator Sam Massingale of Cordell
for the democratic nomination
for congress from this district.
Albright, foreman of this office,
was in attendance.
A supposedly crippled woman
was here Monday asking charity,
anil we donated to her, and a lit-
tle later on we noticed her in the
short order eating a half fried
chicken and toast. That may be
all right for a mendicant, but we
are from Missouri.
For sale by PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE
Our fall goods are coming in and in order to make
room for them we wili give you a discount FOR CASH
on the following:
2 There was a large crowd here
6 hist Thursday to witness the ball
4 game between Foss and the
31 bloomer Rirls, but the train from Ladies' ^re.c
3 the east op which they were
3 arrive at 11 : It) did not reach her. LaWIli
~ until a little after fl o'clock in
i evening, but as many people had I
^ remained to
Men's and Boys' Clothing
Men's oants -
20 ner cent off
20 <♦ " I
Massingale is undoubtedly one of
the strongest men in the parly in
the new state and has been re-
peatedly urged to enter the race
since the formation of the dis-
trict, hut he h .d declined until
the present, but wilh the party in
Washita county behind him as
ene man, and hemg popular and
the second choice in many, if not
•II the other .^unites, his hrnn, aoora by Inning:
county may confidently expect Foss—fi. 0223000—7
him to win the n<n*na*..i. Sen- Thomas- (HIOOUOIOOO-I.
ator Massingale hup devoted him-1
•elf almost exclusively to his' A large number of Foss people■ gor>4 in the infield, but are not
large law practice since coming ar* 10 Cordell to-day to attend very strong at the bat. If the
to Oklahoma several years since, the big picnic being held there, gime had been played in dav
•od has only held one official po• Tl,i9 '• returning good for evil, time it would have stood 2 to 0,
•ition that'of councilman from however, as not a man, woman, |or 3 to 1 in favor of Foss.
this district four years since, and or °hild. save a deputy sheriff, ■
Ins record there on all questions Wlt9 'r,1,n f'°rdell during ouri
ti one that will commend itself' celebration, but then Foss!
favorably to the democracy of °*n *®ord to be generous.
rhadiMrict. While the council For Sale—a feed grinder, in!
wa$ reftinlt.'an and the democrats good condition, almost new; will |
w«re or.ab!e to do much, stil? se1'. cheap. Ir*lnire st B UV
INnator Maaetngale waa able to confectionery. *
All a*. . ji
. , thc 8 me All hats -
1 the team played six innings be-
fore it became t<s dark to see the Men's cloves
•* ball, when the game was called
* off U> be resumed the next day '-~
•' at 0:30. but during tho night a!
f local frHqht came along and they '
1 slipped off to Klk City. The game
'> stood 2 and 2 at the close of the t
J sixth inning, but the hoys shut
T,. them out until the last half of the
stx^.h when it be. ame too dark to
field the hall, *nd they were able
I to score two runs. They play
' good hall, and arp especially
- to 10
- - 10
I he Market.
-.-.-.-.-IT HAS -
FLUTED FORCE FEED
Which makes the best possible feed enabling one to sow anything, from oats tc flax seed.
One good feature is, that you can sow your alfalfa with this drill, while with other feeds you
can not. The disc hub is dirt proof. We also have Luedinghaus and New Moline
Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, hardware, Harness,
Stoves and Tinware.
Yours for Business,
Foss Hdw. & In)p Co.
These articles are good, clean,
high grade goods, You should
get in line and take advant-
age of this special sale for
E. K. THl ItMONI), Vice President W
Or. J. I*. JOMiS,
. e THURMOND. Present
t General Mfrchandi/e f
| ->-Sbe,v First, vl]atiot]alvBai)k.-<- |
Wo transact a General Banking business, un strictly husim-ss principles.
- SURPLUS: |
A. I THt'RMoxn. I. C
A. L WKsT.
rut iuiomi, o. h. TiiruMoNo. r. k thi kmoni..
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