The Enid Events. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 16, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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BY JACK LONDON
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House Cleaning Time Is Here
Housekeepers will soon be wrestling with this
annual problem. You will need our assistance
to get through with the job to your own satisfaction.
You will want another rug, a nice new piece of
furniture for parlor, dining room, library or bed-
room. You will find that our spring stock has
been selected to supply your wants in this respect.
Whether you want furniture in suits or single
pieces we are prepared to cater to all your wants.
Our stock of Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums is ex-
When you get ready for your spring cleaning be
sure to look over our stock, you will find it is to
From the South Sea Islands comes a Romance that will
set your nerves atingling. Think of a tale from the land
of Robert Louis Stevenson combining the charm and
mystery of Stevenson with the power and dash of Jack
London. Such is "Adventure,"
A Great Author's Greatest Story
We congratulate ourselves that we have been able to secure this noted serial
for publication in this paper.
BEGINNING APRIL 23
every housewife has her full share of bur-
The transfer of kitchen
drudgery to our gas
plant is what keeps us
W. A. Royer
GAKFIKLI) COVXTY DKLKGATHS. jG. Hamilton, Carrier; Chaa. Shultz,
Union township; H. 'Ml ISpalding,
I5ig Representation In Ilepublican ' North Enid; Val Johnson, Garland
State Convent ion.
dens. Happily modern housekeeping has eliminated many of
the most wearisome duties of the past.
not only is the gas range convenient and comfortable to work
with, but it's cooking results are exact and dependable.
trouble with flues, poor fuel and faulty ovens are eliminated
with the gas range.
the cost is so low that every woman is entitled to kitchen com-
Enid Electric & Gas Company
107 W. Main
San Diego Exposition—all 1915
San Diego, California
Garfield county was represented at
the republican state convention by
the following delegates, chosen by
the county convention Saturday:
iM. 'C. Garber, P. C. Simons, J. C.
Roibberta, J. A. fitarkey, Geo. C. Wil-
liams, Enid; S. S. Burgess, Wau-
komis; E. Watrous, J. M. Porter, E.
B. Weatherly, W. W. Faulds, Enid;
VV. H. Uoush, Enid township; Earle
\V. Radcliffe, 11. '/. Wedgwood, W. I).
Hitchcock, W. J. Otjen, Enid; J. R.
Dlshman, Enid township; G. A. Gum-
merson, Kremlin; Everett Purcell,
D. C. Bass, Enid; Robert Pope, Keo-
I wee; I. M. Dixon, Osborne; H. G.
I'McKeever, H. J. Sturgis, Enid; J. B.
Campbell, Waukomis; Geo. D.
Wilson, Enid; W. D. Brede-
hoft, Patterson township; James Mc-
Cluney, Washington township; A. A.
Stull, Lahoma; Harry Bruner, Skele-
ton; James* Wilson, Waukomis; J.
, I>. Morgan, Allison; A. A. Jones,
Garber; I. L. Beeson, Noble town-
ship; S. P. Thomas, Hunter; D. A.
Cockrell, Noble township; W. E.
I.amerton, Enid; C. W. .Mendenhall,
Blaine township; J. P. Kennedy, Buf-
falo township; H. S. Southwick, Alli-
son township; U. G. Goe, Wood town-
ship; Dr. A. E. Wilkins, Otter town-
ship; H. G. Dort, Enid; T. M. Green.
Grant township; Geo. Beebe, Otter
township; Fred .Miner, Covington; F.
E. Hills, McKinley township; W. E.
Terrell, Otter township; K. B. Hume,
Olive township; Frank Campbell,
Reed township; J. II. Shipman, Enid;
A. Branson, Blaine; Fred Reim,
Kremlin; G. W. Odell, Washington
township; M. C. Race, Hunter; M. T.
Sexsmlth, Enid; R. Shades, Os-
borne township; W. A. Graves, Enid;
F. C. Duckett, Banner township; E.
A. Thorp, Garber; B. A. Garber,
Garber; W. W. Sutton, Enid; W. A.
Oliver, Drummond; Geo. \V. Dlzney,
Enid; F. M. McGee, Bison; J. G.
Daniels, Buffalo township; A. S. Mor-
rison, Banner township; W. E. Evans,
Garland township; jS. D. Patrick.
Enid; Chas. Boyington, Carrier; H.
Barney Frank, Flynn
•HIM,IPS I VIVHUSITY.
At a Ministerial Institute meeting
in Arkansas City, Kan., during the
past week three educational sessions
were held, Monday night, Tuesday
morning and Tuesday afternoon.
These sessions w?re placed in the
hands of Chancellor Roth and my-
self. They were well attended and
of much interest. It was the uni-
versal verdict that much good was
dono for the cause of Christian edu-
cation. The superiority of the Chris-
tian school was emphasized in a way
that Impressed all who were present
with its fundamental importance.
The work on our gymnasium has
been arrested for the lack of material
but I understand that the material
has been shipped some dav a 1 will
doubtless be on hand within the next
few days when of course the work
will be resumed. We hope that this
is the last Interruption that will oc-
cur. However, we are certain to have
everything in readiness for the open-
ing of the next school year in Sep-
tember as the building will doubt-
less be completed not later than Au-
Ward School 011 the East Side.
Once more I call the attention of
the school authorities to the need of
a ward school house on the east side
in the vicinity of the university. As
before stated this is r. matter of jus-
tice to the people of the east end.
The school house is needed to relieve
the congested condition of the Gar-
field school and to meet the wants of
the east end people. Since the money
is on hand and was voted with the
general understanding that It would
go into a ward school building on the
east side there is no reason why it
should not ibe used. The wants of
the other portions of the city have
been met. Why deny to the east side
the facilities that are justly due these
E. V. ZOI.EARS.
"What is the etiquette regarding
the calls which young men make up-
on young women?"
I receive so many letters asking
one question or another on this topic
that I have decided to give a few
In the beginning, the young man
should ask the girl's permission to
call; or the girl's mother may extend
the invitation. The girl herself
should not take the initiative.
A young man making an evening
call usually arrives at about 8 o'clock
and stays from one to two hours, ac-
cording to how well he knows his
When hp makes his first calf he
should be Introduced to the girl's
mother, although the latter need not
remain in the room durng the entire
It is quite unnecessary for the girl
to serve refreshments; and if she
wishes to offer any, they should be
of the simplest nature.
"V. M." writes: "1 am eighteen
and very much in love with a girl
who won't marry me. I can't get her
off my mind. What shall I do?"
You are young, and there are as
good fish in the sea as ever came
out of it.
"J. I). writes: "A beautiful and
talented woman is, in plain words,
running after me. I don't care about
her at all, but It seems ungentle-
manly to say so. Could il Ignore her
That might have a good effect.
"M. P." writes: "Will you please
tell me what the twentieth wedding
anniversary is called?
The china wedding.
African* Never Sneeze.
It Is a strange fact that African!
never sneeze; neither do their de-
scendants if they are pure blooded,
although living in other parts of th*
vorlU.—New York Journal.
J of the value of the farm and uii equip-
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Purcell, F. Everett. The Enid Events. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 16, 1914, newspaper, April 16, 1914; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc161208/m1/3/: accessed December 3, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.