El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 130, Ed. 1 Friday, October 3, 1913 Page: 1 of 4
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EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3t 1913.
County Demonstration Agent Bell agent then the county us a. whole
C. Smith iu his weekly report tiled ' should make up llie balance, aud not
on Sojt 27, slutes iliat practically any uu> particular coiuuiuuily> lien
ult iik demonstrators iu Candian ihe whole county would reap Iho
County or those who have beeu ben lita. A lovj ot by tlie
farming under his supervision, au- ' county commissioners would help
cording to suggestions made by tit* materially in securing th* mtvIom
u s. Bureau ot Plant Indus tryf Uave 01 a tlr t class county demodulator,
expressed their intention to increase | and the expense would thus be borne
their demonstration acreage next equitably by those whom a county
year, and are well pleafcyjd with tie j d. iuunstrator v.oulu moat benefit,
services rendered by tho Couuty * ounty Deuionsliiiloi B, C.
Agent during the past season. This lias Received a salary of $
SMILEY I RASP
The herd ol' Scotch Short Horn ; The firm of Smiley & Rasp who re.
Cattle owned by County Treasurer j cently' pu'eiased the Farmers Elev-
T.ee R. Patterson won tie distinction j ator property from the Farmers I't-
at the State Fair at Oklahoma City ! ion, have spent a good part of tbo
of being the best herd of blooded summer In remodeling and rebulld-
cattle in the state of Oklahoma. The j ing the elevator proper, and atap In
bull Athenian Premier, which was | adding many necessary Improve
on exhibition at the Fair was adjud.. i ments. A new mill was built for the
ged the Grand Champion Bull of the | purpose of grinding all kinds of
State of Okklahotna The animal fand from now *>n the firm will
report coming practically at the eud
of the crop season bears out the con-
tention of the government that if
farmers enlist lie service^ of the
Demonstration Agent and follow his
suggestions and advice^ good results
are bound to follow. The salary of
Mr, Smith for the past treason has
been borne partly by tho United
States Government and partly by
the booster Club of this cityr His
month during the past 'season, and
while to some people this may seem
adequate compensation yet it must
h: admitted that Canadian County is
far behind otier counties of the state
ir Farm Demonstration work. Some
ol the counties bordering on Cana-
dian ( ounty pay their demonstration
agents as high as $2400 tier year and
do not begrudge the amount at that.
Down in Carter County which is
was raised by Mr. Patterson and 'is
feels no little degree of pride In the
fact that the live stock judges award
ed him the honor of having the best
bull of any breed in tie l^tate Be-
sides this high honor many other
members of his herd were given
contract will expire in January 1914. 1 composed largely of tenant farmers,
Just what, action will be taken to- a 40 acre farm is given away eaci
yard tie continuation of the service y. ar in connection with the farm de..
o/ a (County Demonstration agent in monstration work. A contest is held
Canadian Couuty for 1914 is not each year iu hich only the tenant
known at this time. The last leg- farmers participate and in which tie
islature recognizing the value of larmers outer their best agricultui al
Government Co..opera'ion in agricul.. products. The winner of each years
tural lines, and following iu tho foot- competition get a forty acre farm,
steps of other states, enacted a law J This, method not only ni#kes better
permitting Couuty Commissioners to farming but also is an Incentive for
levy $r.00 as part of the Hilary of a the tenant to own his own farm.
Demonstration agent. Wo believe Phis method would not be appllcaple
that if the County CommlAyouers of for Canadian county but is given as
Canadian County will make a levy a ^ an illustration of what other coun
of this kind for 1914 it Would prove ties in the state are doing agricul
pay special attention to the grind-
ing of feed. The new mill was made
necessary from tie fact that many
Canadian Couuty farmers will feed
stock thi^ winter and the call for
gound feed will be heavy, and Smllay
Rasp wished to he prepared to ac
Paris, Oct. 3 —Mrs Bm<Hn Pank
■hurst the English suffragette leaderi
denies that she hats, changed her
plans for visiting the United States.
She expects to sail for New York a
| week from tomorrow.
The object of my voyage to Am.
| erica, she said, is to answer tie
questlorts in tho minds of the Amer-
ican people, which Miss llaldane
did not answer namely why mill-
premiums at the Fair, tins bringing | comodate their many customers In
additional glory to Canadian Coun_ (he feed ine The firm also handle
ty in the livestock line It is ac_ ! tie very best grades of coal and will
knowledsed by the leading stock make an extra effort at all times to
men of the state that the Patterson giVe the be9t of service and coal
herd one of the best In tie Bouth- satisfaction. They will e In the mar..
west and the decision of the judges ; et at all times for grain and will
at the State Fair would bear out pay the highest possible price the
these statements j market will allow
I(Jrdat Uritiuu. While In favor ot
j mirage she has expressed prouounc..
ed opinions against militancy.
Fortunately continued Mrs Park-
hurst on account of the lvak^uable-
ntiss of American <ien, American
women appear to be getting the vote
b ypeac etui means. Nevertheless,
1; ti ink that eveiy American women
owe some gratitude to English mil-
itancy for helping to make votes for
tants should do the sort of things women the burning question of the
they do in England." ,iay. 1 have no reason to expect
The Miss Haldane refeired to by myi^ing im( a sympathetic welcome
Mrs. Parkhurit Ik UlM Elizabeth S. I ,
, 1 from the nation tae past history of
Haldane, ho recently was In Amerf.
ea with her brother. Viscount Hal-|whl<* 8llows 11 <° ave b<wn a Kre&t
dan* the Lord High Chancellor of militant Itself.
to l>e h, very popular move wit.i tl «
farmers of Ca.nailiaii county. Dur-
ing the past beusou the LI Reno
Booster Club paid one third of the
expense connected with the County
Demonstration agont^ while the Gov-
ernment paid the ot*ier two thirds.
Now it would seem that if the Gov
eminent is willing to pay part of |1(elp ^ g,Jar0 of the benefm,,
the expert-v of a Demonstration
New York, Oct
1 velt will be the j
dinner to wiich
| been issued, to tali® place on the
turally. Next year Canadian Coun N(.w Harden this evening, which
ty should have a farm il/monstrator i8 t.-je eve „f tho departure for Ar
by all means or two of them if nee..
essary and good salaries should be
paid And tho whole county aiould
pay their share of the expense of a
STAIE Mill OILY AGENT
Eli CUE WILL
PIIII! LI III OKLA.
3 Colonel ltoose-
;uest, of honor at a
0000 Invittts, have
Igentina. Tho occr.sion will give him
jibe opportunity to express his views
Son the political "situation. The din..
i tier is being given under the Joint
demonstrator and not one vicinity,
and the whole county should receive
auspices of the Progressive National
Service and the Progressive Service
of tie State ot New York
Regis 11 Post is director. Timothy
I, Woodruff is chairman of the din.
TO-NIGHT OF SEED OVE
William Mittendorff) residing near
Heaston had a fine display of Fet
erita iu the Canadian County e.xhi
hit at the State Fair, and it was the
subject of much comment by the
many who inspected the exilbit. II
W Horn Manager of the Barteldes
... Hi ai L'Juou
Seed Company of Oklahoma City |
was K> well pleased by the quality
of Ihe grain exhibited by Mr Mitt
of which i endorff that he came over tiis morn
leg from Oklahoma City and In com..
I pany witli S. B Jackson drove out
; to the Mittendorf farm where be
I contracted for all the Feterlta rala-
ed by Mr. Mittendorf this year. Had
J it. not been for tie fact that Mr
Mittendorlf w a*, Interested enough in
' the county exhibit at the State Fair
; to display some of his product^ it
1.5 possible that he would have iad
to searci for a buyer for his crop, as
Oklahoma City, Oct. 3.—Except
for tho National Guard Governor
Ciuce will have no ageucy of state
government after today by which he
may enforce the prohibitory liquor
law in Oklahoma. Ou today the uct
of the legislature abolishes tho state
enforcement department together
with about 1U0 other noneiuergeucy
laws enacted by the special season
which adjourned July 5,
There will be a curious situation
in the state For the first time since
nine the guveruor will be
law according to the sentiment In
their particular communities.
Already there is a definite move-
ment on loot iu Oklahoma City to
ai opt l ie Memphis plan which as it
i t contemplated ocally meanly open
a loons with a system of periodical
lines or license fees. Under the con-
ditions in this nutate it tho sousent
hi either the city or county olJficlaJs
v i i not obtained it would be Iuipos.,
able to establish the Meiupiis plan.
Promoters of the project say as soou
t tli u governor's liower is taken
absolutely without power lo enforce j from him saloons will be opened iu
Weather permitting the Booster I Outright who resides near the
Band will 'play a concert tonight on old towneite of Frisco went to the
Bickford between Woodson and State Fair last Monday and hin, days
Hays, Following is the program:
March—Pacific Fleet Lopez,
Overture— A^-cad^ l-aurenty
Two Step- That Girl of Mine
Waltz Rose of Mexico Dunn,
Serenade — Beauty's Dream
Intermezzo Harden of Roses
March Spirit of Imlependence-
uting cost him consideraly over
one hundred dollars for during his
absence from home unknown parties
• ntered iis granary and stole about
<>Tie hundred bushels of sped rye.
Nothing else about tliel place was
molested. Mr. Outright has no clue
to the parties who are guilty of the
prohibition by direct civil remedies.
The local officials will be able to
permit open saloon, or enforce ttm
| Attend the Musflcalu to ho given
this evening at tho Hlgli School
al 8:15 p m. for tho benefit of tho
liigi School Pool Ball Team.
Lee Wyman of Oklahoma City
visited El Reno relatives and friends
s county by agreement of the olli
Hunter Browns Guaranteed Hose
for Melt. Womeu and Children at
Arnold anil Wilsons.
Miss Maude Perguson of the
County Treasurers office attended
p: e Slate Fair at Oklahoma City yes-
buyer came to him
, All the new and nifty Shoes for
lie little folks at Arnold and Wll_
I son's It
Farmers should now
help with Dry farm-
in Exhibit at Tulsa
New York, Oct. 3 What is plann-
ed as a national demonstration will
Ik a meeting to be held in Carnegie
Hall tils city, next Sunday uteht
under the United Irish league In the
interest of Home Rule for Ireland.
This will be the opening gun of what
i<= hoped to lie the final campaign of
the Irisi In America In behalf of
the Irish Parllmentary party Car-
dinal Farley John Redmond and oth.. I
er- distinguished persons have sent
messages to the I/eague and Irish
clubs from all parts of tie country
will be represented.
Attend the Muslcale to be given
this evening at the High School
at 8:15 p m. for the benefit of the
liigi School Foot Ball Team.
A marriage licnse was lsBued to-
day to Chus. W. Byam of Apachei
Oklaioma and Mists, Kva Carris ot
VV1 iiti rville N. Carolina.
Chicago. Oct. 3,—Wh n Che law
I putting a tax on incomes becomes el
fective, Un'-le Sam will ;;aln a u.m
sum In revenue from Chicago. There
are approximately 12^00 pert^ina
in this city with annual Incomes of 1
more tian $3 000. Of a total of
CuO.OOO wage earners in Chicago,
there aout 13,000 having Incomes
between ^000 and $20,000 yearly,
'-..here are 000 persons whose lncoiu
es are between $20,000 and $50,000;
175 whose Incomes are between $50,..
000 to $100 000 and 35 whose Incom-
es exceed $100,000 yearly. Thl^
! gives 12,710 persons with Incomes
.. \ >>r $:\000.
!■' 111'! ; 1 ' • lie
Mily Otta Welsh went to Oklahoma
< ii today where she will attend the
Stale Fair and visit friends. She
ill return Monday.
Utend tho Muslcale to be given
till evening at the High School
al x 13 p m for the benefit of tbo
I i . .i School Foot Bull Team.
I'he D> . ree of lionor will have a
i ; U meeting tomorrow afternoon at
JO at tho home of Chief of I^Onor
,s M t ill Ht 520 South Choc-
Thoi^e farmers who did not
play any of their products in
Canadian County exhibit at th
Fair still have a ciance to assist in
advertising the resources of this
county when the county exhibit Is
to ut to the Dry Farming Congress
at Tulsa Those who wish to con-
tribute to tho exhibit should bring
their displays in at once. S B. Jack
ecu who will have the exilbit in
charge has made arrangements j
whereby the farmers living iu the | have,
dis_ tyiutbwest part of tie county adja.
the j rent to Heaston, can bring their ex.
State I hibits to the Crabb stone at Heasto^
where they will he taken care of.
Thousands of visitors from all parts
oi the world will visit the Tuliyi ex-
position and it is desired to Slave a
bigger and better display of Cana-
dian county products than was pos.
sible at the State Fair Dont wait
! Suggest Changes in Powerboat Rule*
New York Oil 3 Important
' changes to the racing rules are sch
j ed tiled to be made at the meeting
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 3—Alderman of the American Powerboat Assocla..
Edward Bennett, proprietor of a tion council here today The two
iipitg store in tliiJ^ city aDd Hollie most Important chsnr.es to be ask..
McCllntlne druggist were arraigned ed for relate to the metiod of
her-- today on the etiarre of filing measurement to determine In "*■
tlope Illegally. Their arrest was power and the defining of th
Yesterday the J
the Jewish New
beginning of th ■
fliv,t day in th'
Tisrl first. Tho : t
ti I ' ■ I '-el
slsting of 385 day
come will be a eo
days. The N< w >
one of the most s
ish calendar, for a
I'glon. tie .Tew f
with every New
UOpe Illcgaiijr. i 11 i wilt.,-
brought attout by one of the news, mount and character of hullaiy lo he lil^ enemle- ca-i t
to be asked J«sjt bring In what you papPra 0f Delrolt If convicted tie allowed to be carried ly crui ms review Ii v
I ndar is
ar of 351
I penalty will b® ievere
Yi ar resolution Inch I ■ . be.-nin.
subject for jest wiii the rest of us
a serious matter with the Orthodox
Jew la the Reformed Synagogue,
III banal) ll celebrated from
in t of October 1st to Sunset ot
' tctober 2. whereas amoug the Orti-
dox lew*^ the holiday does not end
ii sun t of October 3, Ten days
eiaps-i between Rosh Hashanah and
n Kippur the Day of Atonment,
wtaicSt will take place on October 11
and is the holiest day In the Jewish
. ali-ndar Thely* ten days are known
Penitential Days The Jewish clti-
■/.ens of this city celebrated New
Years day by closing all tie'r places
-ui jiVZ.— .'7,1 i.TiW
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Kavanaugh, John E. El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 130, Ed. 1 Friday, October 3, 1913, newspaper, October 3, 1913; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90922/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.