Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 144, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 13, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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SXIl DAi.'.Y RAGLE, BATI IU>AV, MAltCH l.t, IOOO.
THE ENID DAILY EAGLE
Published every evening axcept Sun
Jay. by th * Eagle Printing and Pub
W. I. DRUMMOND,.
One Year . ..
160 principal officials of the Penn-
sylvania railroad company, with
thilr records. which shows that 150
of them started at the bottom of
the ladder, and have been in the
service of the company during their
| entire liven. Five of the ten ex-
M«r. t,,p(iona are connected with the le-
I gal department, to which they have
Enid. |,.eii drown from time to time from
. the most successful practitioners of
the liars of Pennsylvania, New Jers-
j ey and Delaware. And Huch excep-
lions are possible because a railway
*0c ! training iR not esesntlai in that
$2.00 | branch of th ■ liusint-ss. Hie Ave n-
mnining officiate, who were not
brought up with the company are
, experts In particular lines, who were
per Week 10c
Three Months (In Advance) $1.20 j employed because they had enjoyed
One Year (In Advance) k 1 80jthe benefit of a training and experl-|
.•nc which the service of the Penn-
Vhe Eajfle reserves the right to re- i • *
Je<-t any advertising matter it may .Ivaula ripan\ did not afford
deem improper. Copy tor display ad- T j,tj,(. Scii lH. of railroading
vertlsernents must bo In the ofllee by
ten o.clock a.m. to lnsuro publication in ti great school >oung men < om«
|U the current Issue. from a|| partH of lh„ countr>. Spec-
ial apprentices" usually college
graduates, although the door is open
— ! to any young man with the proper
Ad.irem all comunlcationB to _ tho I ,llla]||i uions -take courses ill order
through the blacksmith shop, the
machine chop, the tool, the wheel,
the lank, holier—all of the different
shops. They also learn to keep ac-
counts in the shop clerk's office.
Through four years each apprentice
Is carefully watched and a record of
every man's performance is kept.
There are today in the Altoona shops
and the other shops of the Pennsyl-
vania railroad at various points some
430 apprentices of different grades.
In this number there are doubtless
many general managers, vice presi-
dents and possibly presidents, as
well as various other prospective of-
ficers of the company- In the main-
tenance of way department the same
system Is operated The beginners
must commence as track laborers,
rodmen or assistants In the en-
gineering corps. They are kept .out
on the road, so that Ihey become
thoroughly familiar with all the ins
and outs of track construction and
AMONG THE GHURCHES
(By B. M.)
At tile norae of Mrs. O. M. McMa-
hon Wednesday the ladies of the 1".'
B. church met and sewed on aprons |
and bonnets, accomplishing much in'
The South division of the Bap-
tist Aid met Wednesday with Mrs. i
James French. About twenty ladies
were present, with three new addi- « v 1 k*
tional members. The time was spent j V Jfl
profitably in sewing and comfort j
tacking A like meeting was held! of Soci&l
by the North division With Mrs. Cov-
by BIRDIE McKENZIE
and lteemaa of tr Woanaas1
den, but owing to the extreme dis-
tance and the disagreeable weather,
only a few members were present.
• 9; editorial and news departments, No.
•not to lndi-
In ordering the address of your pa-
per changed* be sure to give old as
well as new address.
Eastern Representative. William D.
Ward, Tribune Bldg.. New York City.
The United States senate is going
to start an Investigation as to
whether or not Senator Stephenson
of Wisconsin bought his seat in that
body. Why not put Depew, Bailey
and Elkins on the committee?
From his standpoint as a repre-
sentative of the railroads Senator El-
kins appears to have done his work
unusually well in drawing the anti-
rebate bill which bears his name
The law made successful prose
cution for rebating impossible. That
was a hard task bWt Elkins perform-
ed it with distinct success.
Those two big buildings, one six
stories and the other seven, which
the Eagle told its readers about two
months ago, only to have some de-
clare the accounts "pipe dreams",
are fast becoming realities The
Eagle has never yet gone beyond
the truth in picturing the outlook
for the city but it has been hard for
some people to keep abreast of th«
facts, so fast does the city develop,
Attorney General West appears to
have had all the best of it in his
light with the governor in the leg-
islature. This was due mainly to
the weakness of the chief executive
with his party since his down hill
slide last year, No one has accused
the legislative body which adjourned
last uight of being dominated by
Haskell, yet that was about all one
heard of the first legigjatun'. Time
brings mauy changes.
in the Episcopal
night by Archbishop Swan of McAl-j Blest
ester. An excellent address was de- p
j Blest be that spot
was cele-, To. pause from toil, and trim their
hurcli last] evening fire;
be that abode, where want and;
live red on church workers. St. Mar-1 And every stranger finds a ready
garet's Mission met yesterday witii chair;
Mrs. Rowland. Thirteen members Blest be those feasts with simple
were present and two new member.-.1 plenty crowned,
Mrs. 11. (J. Dort and Mrs. A. M. Where all the ruddy family around
Wooster were added to the roll.! Laugh at the jests or pranks, that
Plans were completed for the lunch I never fail,
to be served in the chamber of com-1 Or sigh with pity at some mournful
merce building next Saturday. | tale,
. | Or press the bashful stranger to his
And learn the luxury of doing good.
where cheerful to Mrs. Maddy. The club then ad-
journed to meet again in two weeks. |
An especially Interesting program
was given by Hie eighth grade of
the East Hill school yesterday after-
noon, of which Prof. Harmon is
teacher. All numbers were well pre-
pared and excellently rendered as
Song by School. "Flow Gently Sweet
Piano Solo, Belle Bauermeister.
"Description of a Classmate."
Vocal Solo. Ralph Pitts.
r Baking Powder
Baking Powder . .. .
made from Makes the finest, most delicious bis-
Royal Grape cujt)Cake and pastry; convcys to food
CTartar^ l^e most healthful of fruit properties.
TO THE NOODLE HOI SE"
Novel In every particular was the St I *w. . . , Satir on Girls," Pearl Cooper.
Patrick social given last evening at I And >«*™ ,hp ' *«"> 01 d°'U* Vocal Solo, Alta Chltwood.
the J. R. Scott home by the Christian 'J "Class Prophecy," Edgar Elgin.
Endeavor of the Presbyterian church. Piano Solo, Marion Watson.
St. Patrick himself was there and i Following are a few suggestions "Indian Speech to White Man,"
afforded untold merriment. A meas- j concerning unique place cards which Albert H.
urement contest was also held, each j appeared in the Designer a short Vocal Solo, llarry Dodson.
person being required to pay for his time ago: "Among the many little Speech on 'Industry," Leonard
or her height, 5c per each foot and J things which a hostess considers in Thomas,
Duet, Opal Burson and Willie
Piano Solo. Dorothy Rarey.
Speech on "Women," Ural Cox.
Vocal Duet, Ethel Watkins und
Every once in a while a news item
comes out of Guthrie to the effect
that another hearing will be had
on the Enid telephone rate case and
more evidence submitted. This case
illustrates as clearly as any could
the groat disadvantage the common
people are at when dealing with a
public service corporation. Gradu-
ally the people weary of the useless
struggle, seeing that it is impossible
to keep it up as long as the cor-
poration will, and they finally give
up the fight and let the corporation
do about as It pleases, it looks like
that will be the result in the Pioneer
Interest should not lag in the light
for a commission form of govern-
ment which is to be made at the
coming spring election. The Eagle
opened the campaign for the com-
mission plan three years ago when,
after some investigation, it became
convinced that the change would be
of much benefit to this city, and Its
belief has met with general accept-
The Eagle has never thought that
this community would be benefited
to any appreciable extent by having
the state home for feeble minded
located here. In fact it has always
appeared to the Eagle that the lo-
cation of such an institution would
tend to make the city's name a Jest
and the butt of those who want to
indulge iu ridicule. But so many
good citizens thought otherwise and nt th
were sincerely of the opinion that 1 liiornln
the city would be benefited by any-
thing that brought money and
work here, that The Eagle refrain-
ed from making any fight against
the Goulding bill. Time will tell
which view was right.
One thing is already apparent A
mistake was made in giving up th-
lc for each inch over. Various'the planning of a dinner or luncheon
games were played and a good time, the place cards provide an open
was had by all. Dainty refreshments niche for novel and attractive ideas.
were served. The Presbyterian Aid The woman who enjoys entertain-
met Wednesday with Mrs. BakeY an.l ing is continually striving for orig-
aeoompllshed much in the way ot jnality in the execution of her affairs.
making plans for tho future. Tho for something a bit unusual which
Young People's Bible study met in j win kindle a new interest for heri Ruth Fink.
the church Monday and continued gupgts or lend a note of novelty to "Description of
their Bible study. the atmosphere. The place-cards | Harry K.
j alone may often give the desired; Song by School,
The newly organized ladies rais-j keynote to a dinner. If these are; Light."
sionary society of the Congregation- unique and appropriately chosen, j
al church, met in the church rooms they start the social ball rolling andj As a courtesy to Mrs. Patton, who
Tuesday afternoon. The study of | relieve that tension of unfamiliarity! has recentiy moved to this city from
foreign missions was especially in-1 while not frequently exists where j woodward, Mrs. W. I. Drummond of
teresting and the time spent wasI the guests do not all know one anoth-jWest Broadway, very pleasantly!
very profitable and educative. Tho er or feel a false restraint, due, per-j entertained a few neighborhood!
society has a good membership and j haps, to the feeling of the formalityj frjendg yesterday afternoon. After
much interest is being manifested In of the occasion, which is the bugbear a peasant hour had been spent in
tho newness of the work. The pastori of the true hostess. needle work and social conversation
"There is to be a suggestion of|a c|ever guessing contest entitled,
interest in the introduction of a lor-;..! am>. was introduced, which re-
eign element, for what son of Erin.! sulted in Mrs. Fred Mott being the
no matter how distantly removed, successful winner of a dainty China
< Inistain Church Bulletin.
ill: 00— Sermon.
The Ladies' Aid meets Wednesday
The Men's Triangle will offer an
entertainment, of high order, on
Monday night, in presenting Clyde
Puolter. See announcement else-
First Church of Christ Scientist
holds services in the church hall,
one-half block north of the square
on Grand avenue Sunday at 11 a.
m. and testimonial meeting Wednes-
day at 8 p. m. Subject March 14.
Substance." Sunday school at 10
a. m. A free reading room is main-
tained at the same place open daily
except Sunday from 1:30 to 6:30
p. m All are welcome.
of the church, Rev. Simmons, closed
a very successful revival meeting it
Carrier last night. Services have
been held by the Enid minister each
night with wonderful awakening of does not love the Irish blarney and j plate At five o'clock the guests were j
religion In that community. At the his innate wit. For the lovers of the' |nv|ted into the dining room where
C lilted Brethren Church.
Sunday school. 10 a. m., J. B.
Woodard, superintendent. Sermon
by the pastor at 11 a. m. Junior C.
E. at 3 p. m. Christian Endeavor
at 6:30 p. m., Rev. Donovan, leader.
Sermon by the pastor at 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 p.
Everybody cordially welcome.
Sabbath school 945 a. m.
Morning' worship, 11 a. m.
Sermon. "Christianity's Victory
Over the World."
Sunday evening service of the Chris-! Emerald Isle there is the rosy1 an elegant collation was served, Mrs.!
tian Endeavor, arrangements were j Cheeked maiden and her lover, each j Drummond being assisted by Miss
made to entertain the Men's Glee cluti| sitting by a green tree and waiting ' Mildred Phillips. The two long
of Kingsfisher iu the near future. jn true lover style, for t'other dear ' tables were artistically decorated
' charmer.' The guest's name is to with pink carnations and a promis-
An offering was taken for missions, he inscribed on the back of the | cuous use of fern leaves. Before the
Christian church Sunday j bench. guests departed they presented "Mas-1 y p y ^ g 6:30 p. m.
amounting to $70.00. The -Merrle old England" has the i tor \Vilbert Nelson." with a beauti-j Kvening service, 7:30 p. m.
church is growing rapidly in this j cojonjai 0j(j maid in a characteristic fill set of baby pins and a silver. Methodist Episcopal Church
respect. For all purposes, and from , c3urtesv and thc. man boarlng a n08e- spoou. Those injoying this happy Sundav school 9 45 a m
all sources the congregation willl^av ,.ach gently expressing welcome I afternoon were Mesdams Patton. Mornij worship 11 a iu . sub-
glv,. about $.,00.00 to missions this earn ing a cord with i Marquis, Swlgert. Harter of Illinois. ' is the Father's Witness
year The endeavors are supporting owner.s n01m. Wilson. Colbert. Phillips, Molt. New- ! ,1 h u
an orphan, the Young Ladies circle _ . ' • som(. Weisenberger, Dawson, S. T. Himself to I s. He that
pay the entire salary of a teacher In; ° H' ®JJre 8Ut 1 >]' c, '' c^" Alton Liston Scott. Cullison an.1 seen nie hath 800n l]je ® r*
r cards as these are not obtained at Alton, l.isiou, olui . v. Junior League and St. John's Sun-
| every book shop, but they do not! mouther. -Irs. bi , day 8chool at 3 p m
I need to be so long as one may make j — j Epworth League at G:30 p. m.
ollege In India and the missionary
societies are assisting In the support | ^7 _u^unI " I
flKht for the agricultural college so °r T'("^'''<"i"I|^on!, llf thl, 1<:uli(>8 A!t) I excellent reproductions by securing | In celebration of Little I.ucile Let-1 Evening worship at 7:30 p. m.
society met Wednesday, and planned i s"1'11' "Slit weight bristol board and [, son's tirth birthday, Mrs. Frank Let-: subject. "The Man for tin- Occas-
extenslvely for their work. The tin:- ; a box of children's water colors i son entertained eight of her tiny j0u—Oideon
versitv division met with Mrs. Wait-1 To color rwteh children, use dark! friends at a line party at the nickle- Everyone receives a cordial wel-
early iu the contest. The supposl-
tion that because Helena had offered
a flue building as a home for tills
college the state would certainly lo-
cate it there proved Incorrect. When
It came to a vote the legislature de-
clined to authorize the commission-
ers of Alfalfa county to deed the
institution and grounds to the state,
because the solons believed such an
act would give that town an unfair
advantage over a number of
inger, the East Side division with shades of russet brown, green and |
Mrs. Todd, the Central division with| red for the clothes, adding the inevi- •
Mrs. Clark, and the Kenwood divls-j table patch of another color. Have
Ion with Mrs. Pendarvls. The Men's the kerchief in white with dark blue
Triangle met Friday night, and spent or red dots and her cap in white.
oueons tuis afternoon. At five o'clock
the little folks were invited to Mrs.
Letson's home where a long table
prettily decorated was awaiting
them. A large birthday cake with
the time in discussing the commis- j showing a bit of brown hair below. I ®ve burning candles sened as the
slon form of government, and con -. The Dutch boy's shirt may be |n ■ centerpiece wh|le wee ot
pleting arrangements for the next; r0(j or n>(j and white striped and
number of their lecture course which | his cap black. The wooden shoes
will be given Monday evening in the should be wood color or a pale yel-
other aspirants for the agricultural | church by Clyde Poulter, the siual- Iow
college. It Is possible that Enid lest entertainer in America. A rare
would never have secured the school I treat Is in store for all. Rev. Cook
Irishman sitting beside
k! bright green bush wears a coat
Easter eggs were at each place and
filled each little heart with joy.
I Drawing tablets with multi-colored
crayons were given as souvenirs.
Those enjoying this delightful after-
noon were Janette and Margaret
i Frantz, Virginia Mint on, Nina Don-j
come at this church.
J. E. WAGNER. Pastor.
St. Matthew's Church
(West Randolph St.)
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
Sermon, "Advice to Investors."
Evening prayer and address, 7:30
Lenten service Wednesday 7:30 p.
but it was worth lighting for. Even | has made especial plans ^r brown, trousers of light tan. with ' a)(| Mnry vcKeever. Francis, Lucile|our services.
We cordially invite you to attend
ance as the facts about the commis- i stitutions in Oklahoma except the
slon form have spread. Today ev-j capital located In Enid would do less
ery newspaper in the city is support-J for the city than a new trunk line
ing the change, and the people ap-1 through important trade territory.
j ear to be strongly in favor of It. j Keep your eye on the real essentials.
But a few politicians are laying plots Enid wants a road to the northwest
to thwart the popular will and con-1 through Beaver county
the most ardent of those who wan,
. , , . , . , . . topic of his address to be
the home for feeble minded located Girls "
here agreed that the college would J
have been a far better asset for the a joint business meeting of all
city. ten divisions of the Methodist Aid
It must be kept in mind that after !
all state Institutions are of very lit-j afternoon
tie benefit or importance to a city
Never are they the ijasis of com-j w^en the vote was taken | meuts
merclal success. All th
\ Talk ;RaiterR and black sho4's' a bright I and Edwin Oliver Letson.
green tie and a red rose In his but- Miss jpnnie v. Field delightfully
J tonhole and grey gloves to match' ontertained the Silent Few club at
his grey hat. | her home on East Maple yesterday
These are but a few of the many afternoon. Much merriment was
let/ held in the"church" Tuesdav! possibilities for place-cards which ITeated during the card games and
the work of building a need but a little time and thought informality reigned. Miss Catherine
dining hall on the stock pavilion to create, but they may offer sug- j Wells was the happy winner of the
...... ,lf own w m discussed who wishes to make her entertain- guest prize, a Bllllken hat pin, wniie
grounds *ast ot town was aiBiiustwu , .. . ... ,, , r „.«« r r nipnt of Pager will preach at both morning
I and when the vote was taken! ments individual and attractive Miss Maud Cansler was receptent oi | ^ .
the majority were in favor, so work without depending upon the shops, [ an attractive
will be begun w ithin the near future.! or expending the considerable ing top score.
Meals w ill be served all during the amounts which procuring novelties j noon were Mrs. Robert Smith, mtf.
fine stock show The Missionary so- always necessitate
RICHARD KEMP. Minister
l nited Evangelical Churches
First church corner Broadway and
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Rev. J. W. Fager, superintendent.
In the absence of the pastor. Rev.
leather raut. for hold-| and evening services. Hour of ser-
Guests of the after-1 vice 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. tn.
Senior Endeavor at 7 p. m.
R. W. Shaw, leader.
B. F. LUDY, Pastor
tlnue their hold on municipal af-
fairs which hold would <ease If the
change were made. Let's keep
awake on the commission Idea and
see that nothing is omitted to make
the election legal and every step
Julian Field, Miss Catherine Wells
of Kentucky. Miss Lillian Kirkhoff
of Popular Bluff, Ark., and Miss Mae
Goddard of California. After the
limited number of games an elab-
orate luncheon was served.
I The case of the State vs. Clyde
North Knid Church
This church will be rededicated as
a United Evangelical church. Hav-
ing recently been greatly remodeled.
Rev. B. F. I,tidy, pastor of First
Pletv of the M K. church held a very
Interesting meeting Wednesday at- Members of the Diilettante club
ternoon with Mrs. Porter, 415 West! were charmingly entertained Thurs
Randolph. Devotional services were day afternoon by Mrs. Charles Ken-
Bnld wants |t,(| ,))r Mrs [>[,)(,,, while Thanksglv- ned.v. The house throughout was
a railroad to the west into the Pan ] jnK praises were given in answer to elaborately decorated in St. Patrick
handle, conni'ctlng with Dalhart i roll call. A paper on Foreign Mis-: style, green and white being used
Fni.l Vianu the Missouri Paelfle to sions by Mrs. Wallace closed the pro- extensively. In the parlor ribbons Bird, charged
from gram for the aftornoon very success- j in the appropriate colors led from the Rainey over the head with a gun on | preach both morning and evening,
"""'fully. -Miss Harriett Asher, very chandelier to the four corners of the March
pleasantly entertained the Delta Al-lroom. while shamrocks were pro- Asher's
pha Sunday school class of the M. nilscously scattered over curtains, o'clock
binding There is no question how I wants a network of Interurban eloc-|K church at her home Wednesday ' walls and furnishings. A pleasant
the people will vote when they get j trie lines which will bring the trade evening. During the openingj time enjoyed with embroidery and
the chance. Good representative* to of a rich territory adjacent to tills business session,
Mrs. Glasser of Pond Creek, pu.
chased the residence formerly occn
pied by Pieratt & Whitlock and will
move to Enid Monday and resirte
+ 1IKAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. <•
** + + *•!•<• + + •> + * + + ♦♦*
.1. M. Pieratt et a: to Caroline
Glasser, $ 1500 L 4 1! 1, Weatherf-
Frank A. Phillips to T. H. Bridg-
es. $1 L 9 B 2, Waverly 2d.
Charlies H. Rowe to L. J. Down-
ey, $4500 L 5-6 B 9, Dunbarton
Levi E. Johnston to Lot M. John-
son, $350 L 17-18 B 2, Jacob's.
William E. Curry to J. R. B. Kess-
ler, $1 L 211-24 B 15, Morris.
Carrie L. Brown to same, $1 I.
12 B 7, Morris.
Thonias S. Webb to Ed 0. Alex-
ander, $11500 L 1G B 27, Jones-
I C. W. Smith to W. E. Norman,
i $12.18 lots in Douglas (T D)
j Same to same, $17.98, same.
| R. K. White to W. S. Sides, $7"
. L 2 4, B 4 0, Covington.
Frederic J. Parker to R. W. Kam-
j peng, $4000 N E 2-20-6.
I C. E. Gannon et al to J. P. Mc-
Connell, $800 L 17 B 11, Garland.
George Jinks to John W. (Harring-
ton. $900 L 1 B 48, Enid.
Aifna M. Walter to Leo Matthews,
$7000 S W 20-20-4.
J. D. King to S. Tullis, $4000 pt
B 6, Murphy's add.
Leslie F. Chavellier to Jacob Cole-
man, $1850 L 1-2-H B 45, L 9-10 B
James A. Bullock to Tandy B.
Thurmati, $."i00 LI B 1, Bullocks
E. Klein io Walter Ingle et al.
$300 L 17 B 19, L 14 B 22, L 1 B
4 8, Web P.
Edmund Klein to same, $700 lots
in Wester Park.
S. Tullis to W. J. Donoho, $1000
L 5 B 6. .Murphy's add.
Warren Green to llarry C. Ken-
drick. $53000 S W 29-24-8.
Frank Mott Burdick to Hannah
Nichols. $S00 L 6-7 B 1, Walker's
Issa E. Buffington to John N.
Ityan. $1750 L 12 B 14. Kenwood.
Anria S. Stewart to T. T. Maxson.
$15 L 14 B 1. Drummond.
S. Wires to Thomas T. Maxson.
$50 L 20-21 B 1 Drummond.
Martha McEwen to same, $20 L
19 B I, Drummond.
Pat Mclnteer to Barbara Henry.
$1 1-2 L 2 and all 3 B 18, Jones-
i L. S. Corey to J. R. Strickler.
$1900 L 21-22-23-24 B 13, Waverly.
run its line Into this city
Coffeyville and continue it from hero i
imo Texas and New Mexico. Enid |
with striking William : church, this city, will officiate and
vill be tried in Justice special music has been arranged for
draw a charter, a strong chart*
and able commisisoners to enfor
it. Thesf are the
Ki>rr.\TiN<; iixu w w
city her * every week and every day |
These are the Imiionaiit things - |
iM>t thes«f and factories, packing houses.
jobbiiiK houses, wholesale houses,
| which naturally follow the establlsh-
! ment of a trade center and which
add to the "dinner pall brigade."
| Everyone of the propositions men-
in which j tloned i« feasible ns well as d«*sir-
its em- j able. If we keep awake and go af-
ployes and prepares them for posi- ter these things the state Institutions
tlons of responsibility. William E. j will be found to amount to compara-
Curtls says: tlvely little, however welcome some
"I have before nie a list of the | of th«'ni might b«
court this afternoon at I \ All are
welcomed to this reopening.
C. \\r. DAVIS. Pastor.
A Hurry-up Medicine.
Every housekeeper recognizes the
need of effective reined lei to be used (
In emergencies—when something
W riting on the
thee dollar, arrangements made to entertain the
that each member had made during husbands Easter at the home of Mrs.
the past month was turned into the a. Plumley. In the dining room, the
new church fund, each member tell-j above mentioned decorations were ^"UBt .JiTdone right away. Such a rem-
ing how the dollar was earned in .carried out. white carnations and . perry DaviK- Painkiller, for
poetry, which afforded a very enjoy ] ferns making an attractive center-1 spra|n and bruises, for strained
able eutertainmeut. At a late hour piece. Place cards were neat sham mugcleB anc> for the aches and pains
dainty refreshments were served an l rocks done in water colors, while U1 from blows and falls. Burns
evening was declared a success bows of green ribbon were given as instantly relieved by it
>>.>nI ■' TKo liinnhiinn was unrvflri , "
both socially and financially. At the souvenirs. The luncheon was served
and helped to healinc Its mission
Frank Brooks home on Kast Broad-1 in two courses following which ...
way Thursday niKlit, a iile and pound work contest was greatly enjoyed. „ Vountrles and mil-
social wa. liven by the Epworth, Mrs. Karl Pendarvls succeeded in \ t is used In all eountr ea ami mu
league. Each guest brought either making the greater number of words lions of bottles me 8 p ry
Die or a pound of food, which when from St. Patrick" and received a There is but one Painkiller, Perry
served at n late hour afforded :i handsome boquet of white corna-1 Davis Have you seen the
great variety. [tlons. The consolation was awarded J 350. siie?
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of the United
States for the Western District of
In the matter of The Hitchcock
Mercantile Company, a corporation.
To the Creditors of the Hitchcock
Mercantile company of Blaine coun-
ty, Oklahoma. Bankrupt:
You are hereby notified that a
meeting of the creditors of the
above entitled bankrupt will be held
In the office of C. 11. Parker, referee
In bankruptcy. In the city of Enid,
Oklahoma, on Saturday, the 27tb
day of March. 1909, at two o'clock
Sunday school at 9:45 a. iu.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
Christian Endeavor prayer meet-
ing. 6:30 ^p. m.
Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock.
The subject of the morning ser-
vice will b« Tlu* Kingdom of God ) P- -in. of said day and that a dividend
Within." 1 WM be declared herein and all un-
In the evening the subject will1 finished matters will be disposed of
be 'To lllfli that Hath Shall be Glv- j and said estate will be closed, at
en." i which time and place you may be
present if you so desire.
Dated at Enid, Oklahoma, March
C. H. PARKER.
Itefi'ree in Bankruptcy
The pastor will preach at both
morning and evening hours of wor-
ship. All are cordially invited to at-
W B. SIMMONS. Pastor.
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Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 144, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 13, 1909, newspaper, March 13, 1909; Enid, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc144134/m1/4/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.