The Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 287, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 4, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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BOLL WEEVIL IN-
i all. In the high open plains of weat-
lern Texas, where cotton production
lias developed enormously In tin- last
LAUD OFFICES NOT STOMACH SUFFERS
ten years, 'ho condition of the win-
ters and the summers combined will
| probably serve as an effective barrier
|i,KMnK,1 r;K!;'" LawtonEl Reno and Guthrie
there Is little timber in which the
Thirty-Five Percent of Ter- inse.tn mny obtain ii.ii.r fmm th< will still Hold < ut against
I severe winters. Moreover the normal
| ilryne of the summer eompared to UI1G City lu^cl
thai in more easterly regions, caus-
ing small plants and little shade, will
"""" BROWNLEE MAY BE CANDIDATE
The abnormal heat and drouth last j
•ar It Is said destroyed the weevil
I in large numbers but these conditions I OKIJIHOMA UITV WOULD
also affected the paraKites and the
WEST IS (OMI'AHATIVKIA 11|I '• cotton. .litis little or iio advantage SKAT IK M'< MI!K A\l> l K\
was derived from this < ircumstunce
ritory Infested By Pest
of Cotton Plant
II IS COMING NORTHWARD
l\ sk\K< II OK IlKlill
Trial I'm kag" of Smart's Dyspep-
sia Tablets Free.
KM'I l/r ltl(.lo\ o\\ IN<j to
Tin: iii<*ii inc\
Washington. Jan. 4.—That
cent of the cotton acreage or I "
The mother who would be hor-l
rifled at the thought of letting j
her daughter wander away to a
strange country without guide or
counsel, yet permits her to enter
that unknown land oft womanhood the Interior Department has «
The world is flu 11 of disordered
stomachs and 90 per cent of tin
money spent upon physicians an \
drugs goes in an attempt to cure
I the stomach.
People are made to believe that
in order to gain health they must
, doctor their stomachs and use I
I cathartics. So the do'tor gets his|
i fee for the stomach treatment and
A NN roi l D <;i T the druggist for Cm* physic, until
the savings of a life time are TM-
t< m.itii ik. hausted and yet no cure.
| Let's be reasonable.
% , The sick stomach is In every case
I the result of over-eating, hurried
Washington, Jan. 4.—Inquiry nt ] mastication an I improper choice "ti
licit-1 foods. The mucous lining all tIre
way down the food tract loses its
without counsel or caution. Then, ed the Information that there is no s,.Ils|t|vem.BB. ami when food
in utter Ignuraucf
tlfB of Oklahoma In infested by the ,nl|st lll|1(.| ptiyslcal problems whose
cotton boll weevil 1h the Ht&rillnK
news conveyed by W. I'. Hunter In
charge of the bouiIkrn licld crop In-
Bect InvcBtlgatlonB of the federal K"' -
ernment. All of Louisiana is report-
ed as in the Infested belt and all of
Texus except the western cotton pro-
ducing counties which in recent years
have contributed Increasingly to the
crop of the state. Twenty-three cou.'i-
tlea lire affected In Mississippi ami :!<>
In Arkansas, in other words a por-
tion of the Infested territory Includes
relatively a greater acreage devoted
to cotton than the remainder of tile
Says Mr. Hunter in his report:
"Nothing has transpired HP to the
present time to Indicate that the wee-
vil will not eventually reach tho
northernmost and easternmost por-
tion of the cotton belt. Its advance-
to the east will be more rapid than
to the north. This is on account ol
solution will effect her whole fu-
ture life. Dr. l'icrce's Favorite
Prescription has been well named
o '(lod-Bcnd to women." It cor-
rect b Irregularities and Imparls Bie h
vigorous vitality to the dellctte
womanly organs, as fits them 'or
their important functions. Many
ii nervous, hysterical, peevish girl
immediate intention upon the per' ] forced down the muscles fail to
— -hss-S s?JW*n&
onsolldatlon of the Lawton* fci ,10 longer give out. ^gastric juice to
Reno and Guthrie land offices and
the location of the newly consoli-
dated office at Oklahoma City.
Representative Dick T. Morgan was
given this information the other
day. Mr. Morgan Is anxious that
has been changed to a happy worn-1 if Un-
dissolve the food and render it i
capable of assimilation. The man
has become a dyspeptic.
There is one sure way and only
one to bring positive relief. Put
into that stomach of yours the ve:-y
elements that it lacks t get that
food Into liquid form, it takes
olden seal and
an after the use of "FavorlM
Prescription" has established the
sound health of the organs pecu-
Not a patent medicine but the
"Favorite Prescription" of Dr.
Pierce, a Specialist In the diseases
of women. Ofl known composition,
without alcohol or other dangerous
stimulants, the active medicinal
principles of Ool/len S« al and Lady's
Slipper root, of lllack Cohosh root.
I'nicorn root and Mine Cohosh root
are extracted from each by ilie
tlon sliuoM be carried out that
the newly consolidated office bo
located at Oklahoma City.
Any effort to include the Lawton
hmd offline in the scheme of con-
solidation Is sure to meet with
the determined oppoositlon of Scott
Ferris of the Big Fifth Cngression-
al district. Lawton is Ferris' home
town and aside from home pride
Ferris will fight any Interior De-
partment program that includes the
Lawton office on the ground that
the Lawton office is not obsolete:
the lower temperature in the; north use of chemically pure, triple-refill-; ^ ^ (.ontrury Mr perr|B ta.kcs
to which it seems necessary for tin
weevil to adapt Itself more or less
slowly. In some seasons the north-
west advance will probably be check-
ed altogether normal conditions
but the experience now acquired
seems to indicate that the weevil
will eventually overcome any climatic
barriers that may be encountered.
Although the advance to the east and
tl e north seems to he certain there
COYKIt THK MKTKIW.
Keen use water consumers did not
the position that there are thou-
' sands of homesteaders in his dU-
I trlct living as far West as Gree"
| county who are looking for the cori-
, 4, tlnuation ofl the Lawton office
follow the Instruction of 1 he wa.;, ^ ^ ^ fjna,
department and cove, watei meteix.j ^ ^ ^ ^ ,.lmV(,ni„,lt
many meters hursted during the , , nffV •
recent cold spell. The entire water| ''"ice. Indeed the Lawton, of«
force bus been engaged iu reaairiugj >« regarded as being ns far irom
these meters for the last two days.
is a large region in the west Into It some cases only the dial look" "
which the weevil can make Its way but In many others the meter was >'•
only with very great difficulty, if at ruined.
and sometimes chronic ailment-..
dead" one judging from tin
number of applicants for appoint-
ments as register and le-
celver of that o f M c e.
The best evidence that the Lawton
offllie has not petered out is the
fait that Its officers continue to
draw approximately J-.r.OO a year
salary whereas the officers of til1
El Reno and Guthrie offices are
receiving only a few hundred each
There also has been the sugges-
tion that State Senator Emroy
Ilrownlee of Kingfisher would be
placed in chargi of the consolldal-
Thc bearing of children is fre-
quently followed by poor health
for (he mother. This supreme
crisis of life finding her physi-
cal system unprepared for the
demands of nature, leaves her
with weakened resistive powers
hia can be avoided if Mother's
Friend is used before the eomlti.. ' b .by, and the healthy woman ,,,| lBn,i „nri< i' at Oklahoma City
Can remain a healthy mother. It b tl.e only remedy that perfectly j ,\ow Hrownlee is a good man but
and thoroughly prepares the s 'stem tor healthy motherhood, and iu always lias been against llepr.-
brines about a natural and easy consummation cf the term. Women j tentative Bird 8. McCuire of whose
who use Mother's Friend recover quickly, and with no ill effects, or district lie is a resident Just ho\
chronic troubles. Every expectant mother should safeguard her Hrownlee could land the job it
health by using Mother's Friend, thus preparing her physical condi- i,",n
tion for the hour ot mother- 7g a 7"
hood. This medicine is for sale
at drug stores. Write for free
book for expectant mothers.
THE BRADFIELD CO.
following the Oklahoma gami of
politics these days. Hrownlee is
essentially a Flynn man and ii
he should lan it would prove
conclusively that Flynn and Me-
Guire are once more friends
TIIIO FISH CAMK
Sam Waken, who conducts a
grocery store and meat market on
South Grand avenue lias regained
Department contemplated ac-1 pepsin, diastase
other ferments to accomplish this
The lie.ilthy stom e h contains tiles •
elements. The dyspeptic stomach
lacks part or all of them. Stuart's
Dvspepsla Tablet is made, up oil
fist what the dyspeptic stomach
lacks -Nature's digestives.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are
not a medicine, not a drug, not a
< nt hurt U-. Tliev do not cure anv-i
body of anything but llyspepjia
and Indigestion and such ailments
as arise from poorly digested food, j
While they digest the food ibe
stomach re upel-ales. The mucous
membrane is coming out of lis
stuper. the gautirc juice is cumin;;
to the surface the musi'Tes are re-
gaining their power, hvery org.'.n
of the body takes on new life, the
skill gains color, and the eyes tire
no longer tinged with yellow. You
Why doctor and why drug your-
self? Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
will take care of your food while
Nature cures you.
Try a box at your druggists, -el
cents. Or, if you prefer a frse
trial package beflore buying, send
your name and address today. I'.
A. Stuart Co.. 150 Stuart Bids,
Off. C. J. L UKCNS
EV*K, EAR, NOSE, and TIUtOAT,
residence, 73i-black. Office, 205
Enid, Okla., Phones' Office, 652;
A'. Broadway—ground floor. Glasief
Delivery /lfiy Place
or call at
523 N. tERfl/VO
WIDE AWAKE SHOE SHOP
Wo are now ready for your work
Fl.u:h of Knower Shoe Store
.MISS CiHOIl <ilK Ol.!',
■I'olly." in I'oilv of the Circus, ' : ■ 1
m:\v caiim;(;if. hooks.
Below is a list or fiction books
received at the library, which are I
to be added to the hooks which
rent at five cents a week:
First Love, Vail Vorst. Girl
from his town, Marie Van Vors:
Road to Providence. Maria T. Da-
viess. Girl Who Won. Beth Ellis.
Social Buccaneer, F. S. isle'.ni.
Anne ofl Green Gables. I. M. Mont-
gomery. 'Key to Yesterday. ' ■ N
Buck.,Red Symbol, John Ironsii'.e.
Flying Mercury, K M. Ingram.
Anne of Avpniea. 1.. M. Montgom-
ery. ltudyard Kipling's verses con1.-
K.\IL!(0\l> ATTOHMKl 1IKKK.
Slow Movoiiioiit of rial Causing
Trouble With Lo'-al I'oiuiianj.
E. 11 -lones, of Muskogee, attor-
ney for tin- M. O. & Cf. railroad, in
in Enid to adjust the difficulty
with the McDonald Coal companyI
of this place over the slow move-
ment ofl coal they have billed over
ClU NTY COM MISSION!'IIS.
The board of county commission-
ers again convened this mernin r. d -
voting the greater pert ol the ws-
sion today to approving the bonds
of the county officers-elect. The
bonds of all the county and township
officc rs were approved. K. I>. Woath-
erly. the'county treasurer-elect, had
not yet received his bond from Okla-
homa City and placed a personal
bond to serve until the bond is re-
ceived and approved.
Done Daily in Cnid. Many < ili/'-is
Tell <>r It.
Nearly every reader has heard
of Doan's Kidney I Ml Is. Then*
good work in Enid still continues,
and our citizens are constantly a(.
ding endorsement by public testi-
mony. No better proof 01 merit
c?n be had than the (xpern nco of
fi lends and neighbors. Ileal this
.ToBeph'n • Connefax, 10G E. ■
Walnut Ave., K :M. )kta . says:
used my first box of Doar. > Kidney,
Pills about a yar ago while living |
ii Missouri My bac<?
some time an«; whia I stooped
eh.'.rp pains darted througn m
f someone had thrust a knife
AN INEXPERIENCED PLU MbER
will destroy and waste where an
experienced on- will save, and this
PARKS AND UNIVERSITY " -
HE KNOW CUR BUSINESS
for Christ- thoroughly, and when we take, hold
People Who Cot Skates
mas Are Happy Nowaua
oil Shining Ice.
The boy who got a sled for Christ-
mas is facing a f heerless prospect as
far as having fun with that apparat-
us is concerned, but the lad who w?>:
the recipient of a pair of brand new
' oi a job of Plumbing, you n .ay
' have confidence that when it is
done, it will be right in every de-
mm F. mack
Plumbing, (.as lilting, Steam
and llot Water Heating.
k;.us is at the hei::iith of his glory. ! Stock of sewer tile always on hand.
He can hardly wait for school to
"dismiss" so anxious is lie to be off
to University lake, Government park
or some other of the streams whe.'e (
skating is now to be enjoyed. For!
tlie last three days the ice lias been
of sufficient thickness to provide
good skating without any danger of
a cold bath. University lake, be-
cause of its size# is the general favor-
ite and every day and night it is
ciowdod with persons who find pleas-
ure in indulging in the best of winter
rnr | When given as soon as the
eroupy eough appears Chamber-
lains Cough Remedy will ward oft
' ..n attack oi' croup and prevent all
into | (j;il ,, ,r an(j cau vo oD anxiety.. Thou-
me. The kidn
For five years we have been advising people to put their money in
Enid property. It has always been a money maker and never in
Enid's history has a conservative investment proved otherwise.
.lust now is the dawn before day. The very best time ever to put
your money in some of these big bargains.
The dawning of a new commercial day is just peeping over the
Enid's solidity lias been established and many new enterprises are
coining— 1911 should be a record break* r. Every piece of property in
Enid at present prices is a rare bargain and we are confident in less
than a year you can turn every one of these bargains at a handsome
possession of a hundred pound box this road from their mines at j
of flish which was stolen from him Dewar to various points in Okla-;
Monday. The fish w as on display j hema. It seems that the conne >
1 in the front of the store ami when jug roads are claiming the retiuuij
Waken went, to get it he found for the slow movement is caused,
it had disappeared chief or Police by the unusual shortage of water.
Thrasher was notified and he found in the eastern part of the stale, j
the fish in a houte occupied by °
negroes in the -bottom" last I I.MI'H HOIiliS ON HEAT \C\U\
1 night. I Elmer ilobbs is again walking!
o— I the beat. Mr. Hobbs resigned j
JOINT INSTALLATION. from the police force several;
I months ago and went west for a
Spanish War Yeteians and Ladies' visit. He returned some time ago
\u\iliary Meet. and has been reinstated as a niem-
, l er of the police force. Mr. Hobba
In the district court room last i ia on day duty.
night. San .luan Camp, No. 2, of tin .
Spanish War Veterans, and Clara
Barton Auxiliary. No. 2, held Joint
• installation of officers, Department
' ft surcess-
. & B. Drup
!«l I T I' i.N OKLAHOMA CITY.
Come and consult with us. We want your property on our list. Commander John Meyer of Oklaho
Price it right and we can sell it. We are looking to 11H1 as the best nia city and Mrs. Winfield Scott i
retions were; sands of mothers
The first box ofl fully Sold by The
Doan's Kidney Pills did me po mil. h
good liiat I hurt no further nc.ii
or a kUlney remedy until some
mollis use. when 1 felt Blight re
turn attn'k ot my old trouble. I
Immediately v, out to the
Pharmacy and procured a supply
of Doan's Kidney Pills. 'Tl>on us-j
Iiir them. I was soon all right again |
and my kldpey* were restored to a
normal condition. I cannot praise
Doan's Kidney Pills too highly in j
view of all they have done for me.,,|
For sal- liy all dealers. Price' °w all attorney ol Oklahoma
-0 cents F. s.,.,-Milium, Co.. Ilnf- City, arrived in Enid last nlgbt an I
falo, .\'t U York, sole agents for tlie |is spending the day 011 business. Mr.
I'n 1 ted States.
Remember the name
In the New StarVey Unilding.
Superior Judge Huett left this
Corry I nioming for Oklahoma City for a
business trip. Judge Huett declared
a recess in superior court until i-
ly, when he expects to return.
.101: DODSON IN Till: CITY.
Joe Dodson, formerly of this city,
This ts our type of
being placed in so many Enid
homes. They aro fuel savers,
and inorc radiation than any
ASK US ABOUT IT.
J. L. B E L L I S
106 Fast Randolph Phone .T2Z
and take 110 other.
j Dodson spent the day among friends
Doan's [here and was cordially received
' about the city by bis many friends.
"I have suffered with piles for thirty-
year we have ever had. You can ba\c your share if >ou get in the acting as Installing officer reaped- six years. One year ago last April 1 be-
ivel.v. \fter installation a bamiuet gan taking Cascareta for constipation. In
the course of a week I noticed the piles
A splendid lot. corner, just across
from the I'niversity. Also r.o-ft.
lot in Portland place, well located.
Will trade with some cash for resi-
Nice 5-room house, S. Grand Ave.,
good well, fruit, etc , only half block
from car line and paved street Must
be sold at once Only $l,o," 0.
will handle. ' ilancp time to suit.
Don't pay rent. See this quick
K. acres choice far,,, land 8 K. j fi„,8 for year are «' Z'aiM.
was served at the Fulton cafe. Oi
of 10 ti id. All level, all cultivated follows: Spanish, War \eteraiis. , ^Iiscare^ have done wonders forme. I
t;<> \ good wheat, small improve- Commander, C o. \ Kennedy; s^i'-: .;m entirely cured and feel like a new
nients. Price $8,000. Will trade jor vi^e commander, Harry Fultor : aian." George Kryder, Napoleon, O.
equity for Enid property. This is a junior \ice. Hen F. Rector; trustees.
bargain. What have you? Winfield Scott, O. \. Hart and Mar-
Four handsome 50-ft. lots, two of1
them corners, nice o-room house,
tin Marcoot; chaplain, G. A. Hart:
officer of the day. Otto Jenson; of-
good barn, well, barn, fruit, shade., . . ^ ui.e.
West side, right at end of paving, fleer of the guard. !,. (l lllatt. colo,
The lots arc worth more alone. Price | bearer, Collins McArdle, quaitei-
onlv I2.sr.ti. Hasj terms. Here Is master. Martin Marcoot: adjutant,
a money maker. Winfield S'ott. Ladles' Auxiliary
These lots are rlglit 111 the center! Choice trackage property Just President, Mrs. Harry Fulton; senior
of the coming industrial pari of! north of Until Sash & Hour Co. I.ota j V|,.e. Mr# Otto .lenson: junior vice
Kntd. jdfe high and sltcly. Switch truck >|rg h|rU; S(,,.,.PtllrVi Miss I.
Will sell space to suit at low price j "j""* "ne *llle "ttd ,n alley w Gertrude Sproat: chaplain, C.rant
Her, is an opportunity to make 11 !residem e property ill Chick- Ml",; 'onductor, Fra Abbott: assist-
double. I aslia. Okla.. to trade for Knld prop-; "t conductor. Mrs. Ben Rector;
3 1-2 acre tract, near car barn. I erty. treasurer, Mrs. Joe Henton: guard,
beautiful location for nice suburban | Two fine lots east side 011 car Mrs l.oag: parliamentary Instructor
home. You will soon want thin .it ||ne. Will sell one or both. Snap and historian, Mrs Winfield Scott,
twice our price. Get it now, only! at $f 00. If taken at once $400 j — —o —
$2,K00. Terms, or will trade it forjeahc. See these. Terms on part. Medicines that aid nature are
residence or farm and pay differ- We make farm and. city loans; always most effectual Chamber-
race. (write Insurance in best companies; Iain's Cough Ueme.ly acta on this
Pleasant, Palatable*. Potent. Taste (tood.l
1>< < mwkI. Never Sicken.Weaken wr (irlpe.
lOi'.l" •. 50c. Never sold in bulk. The iren-
uliic taMct slumped C C C. Guaranteed to
GUI j 01 your uiouoy back.
ONLY \ I KW IMIOPS.
••The Climax," coming to our city,
makes only a few stops en route to
San frail'Isco, wlier-- they are sched-
uled for a long run. Only the untir-
ing efforts of our local manager en-
abled our theater-goers to see this
realt.v great play, and it is to be
hoped that his efforts will not go un-
rewarded. ' The Climax will be th
only offering of lis kind this year
Mrs. w. H. T Miner ii very 111
at her home, 906 West Maine
The regular weekly meeting of
the city commission was held in
the city hall late yesterday after-
noon. The allowance of the week-
He will return to Oklahoma City lo- /y pay-rolls was the only business
There is Only One
Lmxatwe Bromo Quinine
USED THE WZWLD OVER TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY.
Always remember the full name. Look
for thi; signature on every box. 25c.
1,200 acres choice Missouri land,
nil lays fine, 5 sets improvements,
locnted In the best section of the
state, price $7." per acre. Will ex-
change for Garfield Co. land. Will
sell any size tracts, 1C0 or more. See
have a complete abstract dept.. and plan It allays the eougn. rellev
• an do your work promptly and of- the lungs, opens the secretions and
flclently. | aids nature In restoring the system'
We also have sev. ral applications to n healthy condition. Thousand* l
for first mortfage loans, $1100 to have testified to its superior «>xce'-
$H00, (let your Idle money busy now ! blue Sold by The M. & H. Drugj
HatcB will noon ho lower. Co., The Ponaya Store.
(Jv •<+ vv. ■
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ui(i ciiw rs scem:,
lu ' I'elly ot the Circus," Loew cu Tlaater, Friday, January 6.
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