Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, December 3, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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NEW STATE NOTES.
The Lawton high school won the
Thanksgiving game last week and the
State high school championship by de-
feating Vinita hlg'h school by a score
of n to o.
Five thousand delegates are expect-
ed to be In attendance at the State
Teachers' meeting which will convene
in Oklahoma City Tuesday, Dec. 28,
for a three days' session.
HOLDS LID FIRMLY IN PLACE
If This Device Is Used There Is No
Danger of Its Rolling Off Spuce-
pan to Stove or Floor.
Cooks will vouch for the annoyance
to which they are subjected by the
lids of pots and pans falling off those
receptacles to the stove or floor. To
correct this an Ohio man has invented
a lid holder for cooking vessels which
Insures tlje lid staying in position. 1l
the first place, the lid in his design
Is hinged and does not set on losely.
In addition to this it has a handle,
independent of the pot handle. If It
The Atoka county commissioners
fcave let contracts for six more
bridges, this making in all twenty-
seven bridges constructed In this
county since statehood.
After holding the first election of
Its kind In the state, the people of
Eldorado have concluded, by a de-
cisive vote, that they do not want
pool halls in the town.
Contract for a county road, from
the east to the west side of Lincoln
county, was last week let to T. M
Stelcher for $135,000. The road will
be thirty-one miles long.
Frank Moore Thursday defeated H.
A. Ashby of Tulsa at golf on the
Country club's course, winning the
championship of the Tulsa County
Country club and the $250 diamond
Five warrants have been Issued In
Shawnee against parents who have
not obeyed the school laws in regard
to sending their children to school
the required number of days in tho
Tho seventh Incorporation to build
railroads In Oklahoma, organized
within the last four months, filed a
charter with the secretary of s'.ate
last week, the Muskogee, Hartshore
und Southern Railroad company.
The records In the state game war-
den's office at ^Chickasha show that
ee far 57,025 hunting licenses have
been issued. Since the quail season
began applications for licenses have
averaged more than 200 a day.
The state board of public affairs
last week awarded a contract to the
L>aujjiherty and Campbell Construc-
tion company of Sulphur for the erec-
tion of the building for the South-
eastern Normal sc'hool at Durant. The
contract price is $94,700.
The Chickasaw legislature adjourn-
ed last week after a session of more
than ten days. The last thing done
was the passage of a bill authorizing
the election of two delegates to rep-
resent the trlbo In Washington at a
ealary of $5,000 a year each.
Good cheer was scattered about pro-
fusely In Oklahoma City Thursday
when tho Elks opened the doors of
the Auditorium and Invited the news-
boys and everybody else who felt
tiungry to come In and have a real,
o!d-fas'hloned Turkey day dinner.
Notice was received from the aud-
itor of the United States treasury de-
partment last week by Governor Has
kell that $58-1.84 has been placed to
tho credit of Oklahoma, from reven-
ues arising from the Wichita forest
reserve for the year ending June 30
is desired to lift the Ud all that need
be done is to depress this handle,
which Is shown in the cut below the
handle of the pot. Let go and the lid
drops back into place. When the con-
tents of a atewpan or boiler are cook-
ing busily, it is no joke to lift the lid
off and set it properly in place again
with the steam arising against the
hand. Consequently, an attachment
which permits the cook to stand at a
safe distance and open the pot is a
welcome one. The handle Is of open
twisted wire and does not heat up
like a solid piece of metal would.
If any one has trouble with custards
wheylng add a pinch of soda before
pouring into the cups.
Then have in the closet a can of
plum pudding that can be quickly
heated and a hot sauce made in a few
It is a great comfort to always keep
in the house a dark fruit cake, wrap-
ped in a wax paper and hidden away
from the children, to be relied upon in
case of the unexpected guest.
When planning for the eiderdown
carriage robe buy a half yard extra
and turn it up and bind it like a
pocket to slip the baby's feet In, and
thus keep out the wind on all sides.
A sprinkling of salt along the slats
of all wooden beds and a layer of yel-
low soap rubbed across the slats and
on ends of the side pieces will keep
all wandering life from coming near.
Those who live in the country can
often earn quite a little by gathering
the more delicate Christmas greens
and vines and berries and sending
them to be sold at the nearest town.
There Is a present fad for using
handmade frames of wood, both in
square and oval pieces, which are
finished with sandpaper and wood til-
ler to make them natural In wood ef
feet. They bring out the delicate tints
of some pictures to much better ad-
vantage than gold or highly ornamen-
Cn account of the rate hearing tha-f
was in progress before tho corpora-
tion commission many of the high
railroad officials attending the hear-
ing had to spend Thanksgiving In
Gu'hrle and eat turkey in their pri-
vate cars which almost fill a Bld.>
track in the local Santa Fe yan'.s.
Southern Corn Bread.
Take three cups of cornineal (the
white is preferable), one cup of flour,
one tablespoonful of sugar, one table
spoonful of butter, one teaspoonful ol
salt, three eggs, two cups of milk, and
two heaping teaspoonfuls of baking
powder. Sift flour and cornineal to-
gether, Rtir in sugar and salt, then tho
butter; beat eggs thoroughly, then
add them with the milk, add baking
powder last; stir well and bake lu
THE ENID STOCK SHOW
On December 11-18
the greatest pure bred,
stock and poultry show
ever held in America
will take place rain or
shine at Enid, Oklaho-
ma. The citizens of
Enid and "breeders of
Oklahoma, have con-
structed a Concrete
Stock Pavilion 150 feet
wide and 700 feet long.
This is 100 feet long-
er than any building
of this kind in the
world. The Champion
Horses, Cattle, Hogs
and Poultry of America
will be on exhibition.
Entries have been re-
ceived from more than
In order that the
reading public can com-
prehend the magnitude
of the Enid Show, we
will state that the
records show that there
was 33 Draft horses
on exhibition at the
Missouri state Pair;
47 head at the, Kansas
Stata Pair and 38 head
at the Oklahoma State
Fair; 27 head at Wich-
ita; 33 at Topeka and
41 at the American Roy-
al Stock Show, Kansas
City, making a total
of 219. There is 243
head entered at Enid,
being 24 more than the
total number exhibited
at six of the largest
Pairs held in the great
Southwest.' There will
be a grand total of
more than five thous-
and exhibits at the
Enid Stock and Poultry
Show. There will also
be a large Fine Stock
Sale; about 600 head
of Registered Stock
will be sold at Public
Sale. Poland China
Hogs will be sold on
Monday, December 13;
Durocs on Tuesday;
Hereford, Galloway and
Aberdeen Angus Cattle
on Wednesday; Short-
horn Cattle on Thurs-
day; Standard Bred sad-
dle and Coach Horses
on Friday; and more
than 100 head of Im-
ported and American
Bred Percheron and
Shire Stallions and
Mares will be sold on
this will be the larg-
est event ever held in
Oklahoma. It will be
a chance for all Okla-
homa citizens to see a
National stock and
Poultry Show right at
home. All should at-
tend, and by their
presence encourage th©
manager of this enter-
prise. There is noth-
ing of more importance
to the State of Okla-
homa than good Stock
and Poultry. Let ev-
erybody boost for the
Premium List and Sale
Catalog mailed free.
F. S. KIRK,
Woman! thou loveliest gift t&at here
Man can receive or Providence be-
To thee the earliest offerings belong
Of opening eloquence, or youthful
Lovely partaker of our dearest ojys!
Thyself a gift whose pleasure never
\Y hose wished-for presence gently can
The wounds of penury, or slow disease
Whose loss is suoh, as tliorugh life's
No rank can compensate, no wealth
Thy figure beams a ray of heavenly
To cheer the darkness of our earthly
Hall, fair Enslaver! at they changing
Boldness recedes, and timid hearts ad-
Monarchs forget their scepter, and
And sages melt in tenderness away.
—Winthrop Macworth Praefl.
1 hen gratitude for a bettered condi-
tion proves a cheering influence.
I here is not only a great deal to
learn, but much nonsense to unlearn.
The only recourse is to endeavor to
take a bright view of things—"partic-
ularly in gloomy ones."
1 he education of dally experience
is such that any serious-minded indi-
vidual is sure to be more or less dis-
Nice light bread and flaky biscuits
can be made from
Insist on this brand and you
are sure to have the best
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