Foss Enterprise. (Foss, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, October 2, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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Newton wag na are better.
0. Thompson, living nine
miles north vest of town, has beei
Curley Aiptfltn went to Sayre busy as a cranberry onefchan'
last Wednesday. during the holidays the past
BLANKDEED8j7.nyfl w. *°ek- H had the ronlrae. fo,
tity at this office. movrng the teveral bu:ldmg* i:
! Foss to make ropm f r the great
Wait for Lr. V/yHit*, dentist, j improvements, He did his work
at Foss next Monday*. good.
Cal Harris mnde a business, G.'R. PiaXten, of Elk City ar-
trp to Butler If at Wednesday. , ritccf frcm Flic Ci'y with hi*
, fanily to males his home here
Newton wagons re sold an<*jHea:d yp> 5,:.0,„e have ld^
war ranted by Foaa Mrroftt.le Co. | ,h)> ^ . ,„tem, h c.
Mr. and Mra. fTe. H(rring| "ill engage In lhal tu iiieaa. .
ceme down from Elk City lest
Bouthwe tern Nor it; 1 Orehes-
Itraand Glee Club, will give t
Charter Oalcstoves and heat-j^0 enlrr lament <-t he te r,
era at right pricte.—Herring <5c
Newton wagons are made bet - \
J. H. Curd, of Tulsa, was
C. A. He o'en vrns up from Ho-
J. C. 8trong w
Reno Tut? Jay.
When you are in town, call by
and taks the p ip r. f
F. G, 8\ r.d r of Kansas City, ^ 8
* w ^
Save jo :: v>le bj p ronJz*r\
V. S. G 'i - -hoe minder.
frcm El' eij
;ho f; st i ; i:t o." the 0!d 8 .!ci?r's
i and Sy.tKr'a Reunion, at Arap-
: a ho, October 5, 0, 7 and 8.
Mrs. Mayhew, of Butler, was :
in our city lafct Wednesday on From the amount of broom
her way to Clinton. kern bfing brought into Fo&s
; one w ul.i n rurally be le I ti bo-
Buy a Kaffir corn^ header arnJ1 j;eVf tjie ( ; c crop of the!
do seven men's work.
Fo&s Mercantile Co.
Sold by L,v0 counties
W. W S e t w s in "rem Okla-
homa City trst < f the week.
Go to the p .ri: lor.ight More
Tun than a box of m >nke; s.
John Ha'ctew arrived from
Columbus, 01 i*>, last llondiy.
wl.s beii.g mar-
Sheriff Griffin was over from
.Cordell with a handful of eub*
poenas lust Tours i.iy.
FOR SALxl!— One Km pi re
Cream Separator for sale at 1-3
regular price. JOQX HWlfV*
Next Monday is echool day.
Get your kids ietdy/nd iet then,
be there prompt'y the first d.y.
Fat red Ply mot'i Cockrr: Is r.t
S1.00 each.—Mrs. A. W. Phelps,
0 miles southeast of Foss, Stc. 21.
Claud Jones, the popular ele-
II. Hennigan, the cotton man
of Butler, was in our ci'v yes- j !
Cloaks? cba!;s!! el akf-!!! Sef
| those nev.' or.es at Herring i.
C. C. Roes, who was candidate
for governor on the Socialif-'
'.ieket last campaign, will spe.-kl terday.
in Foss, on the evening of Oct. t
Dr. WyI - is perrr.a • tly ! - j
c i da li: ton. Ai F -s e^c. '•
9th. Everybody is fr.vitod out to:
hear him. j
Iver Moon resieuran
The fr ..-.rna! soci'-tlrs in Fo1?"
are highly tlckbd ov r (he pros-1 ybe bu.tou, now io ,
pre', er a new hall. That n-w; , ,or ,KO>
building*has given a powerful! '
lot < f encouragement to our, Fu*T a S./ur' er or M 'chei
propio. | wngon ai d h^ve ihe best.—Fltr-
Ml.g */ ,.t xt^. I ring & Young;
Emma Murray of Ne
braaka, who has been visit ng j ^ Mrs. Roman and Mi-a Lu:da
valor mun at DiU, was inT'i-sson j hftr parents, Mr. nn-l Mrs. Saul j McFarland of Butler were in
laat Sun-P:il'r,el!' for the Pasl hvo wecks'|town Wednesd iy.
returned t her homo yosterdny.
a pleasure excursion,
A carload of rand io being un-
loaded on the ground prepara-
tory to beginning the now build-
A froo'l ir. iication of a town's
! prosperity is ti e crowded c r.di-
ii<m of i <; feeJ j a-ds. The feed
yards in Fo?s have b en tax^d to
Foss Har rbrook, the g^!:i t
drug man, v.as interviewing our
dru gisto Thursday.
at the Old
Soldier's and Settler'o Reunion,
prizes, 5;li and Gth
T. B. Campbc1! (f Hydcn, i-
cspacity hers lately j visiting his d ib&liter. Mrs. Wfl-
: ii una, at this place. $
A lio:ht frost v:«ited t'u's 6(C-
tion 1>.st Monday n orning but it
was thought not to liuve do:.o
If yo;: want a bright soft U^M,
net Js'aiio -1 Lij-,rJ. oil at R. A.
I King's, lie ;.i.oi < cp.; i e<1 . x*-
; olire (\V1 i e Rose) on 'he tn*..i k t
at 25cents ]•« r gaVon.
| Ca-.lat •- or,ti;! .d, 7airiei o? the
Season. Rendered liducntionnl
jni..hf, at the 0-i 8ol"dier4s ar.d
Scttka 's R< u lion at Arspahb.
Miss Merle Porier just arrive/:
fr. :r. \V.\ thsj ford Tuej'l y? She
one cf cur teachrra.
Fill Cotter will lefive for Aran-
ri!1 T xathi.i w-. k, n.\ l will
drive ti.rough a bunch of cat:i
to winter lw ro.
Tlie Store "Wliero Most People
We beg to arLnctinoe to our friends
and patrons tiat v/e have contract-
ed YTitli tlie SlkoManr.facturinfrOo,
of Cliioa:*o to supply ei:i c Ai trad-
ers at c:r storss witli enlarged oil
finished palirt3JWCfl.7 Tnere is noth.-
in^ in oi'opinion more valued or
appreciated than a lianasr mo por-
trait of seme lovod one and it i:-; just
sucli a present we v:iu give "to all
custonieis who trade to tlir- amount
ol§15.00 with I'.s. : .•? is
fee®. Suitable 'frames arc supplied
with cach portrait at wholesale cost
and we promise to please the most
Theae portraits aro not of tin ordinary type cf
enlarged work but aro of high r/ r.'.de finish, d>me in
ti e b st of oils. Our c Ii :itors ar * now car.vassing
the'town sr.d country. Givoth.-m jour orders and
plrtos. Th -y will be returned to you by us in good
condition. Ti.e extremely low pri"ca th'.t our store
has f :• ;ed itireputati .i on will continue through
the exif r<>nco of thi • r ffv and our uaual prompt and
c urteous tr^;:tm .-nt will ba at your service.
HERRING & YOUNG,
.PENNIES MAKE DOLLARS.
Rev. Lyle of Clinton, v.ill
nr?ael at the Rapii: t church
. r, , ... , The Rural Sch ols will com-
next Sunday. All are invited to , ^ _ ,
, , , . i ne'e for -. ,;20 ■ •' <-f h-noks, Schoo!-
como out and hoar him. I'
i Dy, at I ho Old 8>l.pr,s and
Mr. Cramer, who has boon rp- S.'tilerV; RoubHh), at Arapaho,
eratin? tin Choctaw elevator1 ' ; 7"
hero this ter son. v,ii9 transferred ! ^ ^ rv- *in
to Weatherford laat week. I arriv,eJ ,n 1 "" lasl . rrlay
; Smith has chargao; ih j Choctaw
No mat'.cr how nice your suit, elevator at this place.
if your shoes are ofld you're ootj
dressed up. We have a fine line ' USlJ arrn,n'
fit you. — Her. ing /c;
Mi-s gtel'a Taylor, after vis-
iting at h v biMthor's, Warren,
R imer's nut ■ ; d cream
tales at C. G Bi.iganaan
Call and fwr them.
O. H. Crahbof Dill, O: lahoma,
wos in oar city last Saturday,
>• i made ttTe Enterprise office a
[>leas nt call.
See the boys and ijirls play
"drop iho h ;nd"'-f"*i ief." I'
only costs a di ne and helps the
The Necktie social to bo given
.. . by the Home Minion Society at
line of' ■
, ; Mrs. (y Hara s Tuesday night
cc (Jo's * ^a'r a succo-',s*
Boys, any girl would appreci-
for two rn'.aths, rL'turncd to herjale a pound of t :0. e delic; u
Men's Work Shirt3
Men's Dross Shirts
lCc, 20c and
Table Linen, 25c and
Lace Curtains: pair
Bed Spreads,. .. Si.05,
SI . 15 and
Ladies Black IMiicoats
4 Q r ' ^c^00' Pencils,.. ^ p
40L per dozen
' 8-in Embroiderv,.. .yard t a
• i 5
-n -j V,
•1-inch Em'.r.id- ry.. .yr.rd
lS-inch Embroidery, yard 11
8-tlay Clocks it)
Rugs from S1.00 to...
Ladies Ni^ht Gowna
homo in Kansr-8
T. J. Sle* ir , proprietor oT
1 e T. J. Ste v^rt L imber C j., of
Oll.honua City, was in town
io nerj"' - r w* T o.day looi.i ig aft r his Fo: s T ,, ,, ,
i s in- R imer choc.l;it'-s at the hn.e J i Large Clothes Basket...
1 ou" , . ntercsts.
a r. ~ ~T a i The Ladies Homa Mission So- Lunch Baskets from 10c
Yo editor's wife and numerous, A Cordell o^cjvte ,rm began eietyQf tho M> E Chui.,!l> So,j;ht to
arrived from Arapahg ™ ibo wtnont sidswallw on ^ n. ck Je sol.UUil Ml.s. | Window Shades.
; ; ; ' m: hnt"11 titter wwing. n
will be a unique affair. Every- j^urtain Poles
body go, I1*
] Suit Cases
A. D. Ilurley and Dipplo &
Willoy have bought n quantity of Lamp Chimneys
diti.r'.- wife arid numerous
eral intention of remaining:
we -tarvc out.
La Ji<\s, come and
dregs g< o ! s and judge for your-
silves,— Herring A Yoyng.
additions to Ihe
Wo understand thvt the ma-
terial for the construction of the
. .< < t. loo c jrnrr .i .i be. n | ,j houss ore a'r.io t com-] bogs tjjla week. F«e>i ia' un
ordsrtd oJ wurk «UI bogta ue; lho ...|v> „
eoon cs it all arrives. i ; _
a i ■ I ,' , I. ii. C ites of Ft Smith, Ar
A rlj.DO ;;-.dd wa'.ch will i. „ ,, . ., .,
. ■ , . : v&9 ft l-iiis vwlor Mop
be given .'iv.'jy# (ret al &})• Goldep ^aVt
Rule, A ouupon will bo given
Dr. WyUi". dor.tist, will t;e Jn
Fobs tic.tt Monday.
3-qt Coffee Po.ls
QOf Preserving Kettles
^ , 12-qt Granite Water pails
Large Roasting Pans
12-in Frying Pay
2Sc ^°^9> ^rom ^ *n* ® ^n* • • *
! Good Hatchett8
„ Solid Steel Hammers....
d ubtedly the b'j:t hog nuirket in
with every 2to pttr huso, Tho
lady holding L';e mottonupenuon
Deeemcoi'Sltii re .civoa :h.' >./ut« h-
Contest i le: cs tt 1 p. m.
Cold Blast Lanterns.. .
Scho'. 1 Slatea.. .. I0o and
oC; v.. v:::. v.v.v
^oya All-wool Hultm..
20c Boys P.intrf v.
W. U. Wa'ijn wtti-Jown
I Emi iMunday.
The bonks are arriving at May-
er's drug btorp, AH the grades
In bJ!.u" 8h rt-1 Ewuw ♦ « l am too busy to (In),I. wri%- thla "ad" bu-
I ''il. ' J^!'8 « f" ,na:B" jerythlns In my -lore la ,old in lilie pr .i.orlloni uu lho above.
n.flyant but Mr. Mayer hua takon member, tr.ese cro ev^ry dwy prlctn at
It up more for n-oao.'nns )da-hn 1
fchr.n hpyth'os elie,
THE GOLDEN RULE
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Huddlestun, Fred M. Foss Enterprise. (Foss, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, October 2, 1908, newspaper, October 2, 1908; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc270634/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.