The Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 84, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 3, 1912 Page: 3 of 6
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FOR THIS WEEK ONL\
UNIQUE C1MBS & PIERS
We are making- a sp'ondid offer tfi?
intf away free one extra pair of pants
with each Tailored Suit.
215 West Broadway Phone 210
Wo also have a few second
hand suits at a bargain : :
Mrs. Phoebe Pleffer, of Cartilage,
Mo., is visiting her niece, Mrs. O. S.
Kelly, of 1212 West Maine.
Dr. Tourtollot, Dentist, over Ok-
lahoma State Bank, phone 261. tt
Miss Grace Henson anil Mrs. Math-
eny, of Kansas City, also Miss Olnee
Harbour, of Wichita. Kan., are vis-
iting Mr. inul Mrs. G. M. Henson anil
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Corry Mi«s
Henson and Mrs. Matlieny are
daughters ami Miss Olnee is grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henson.
THE HOME OF THE
9 FINNY JRIBE
8 A nice pleasant place lo spend
3 your summer vacation.
^ BATHING and FISHING
jj Base of supplies right at your
!| doors. For rates, apply to C.
a E. Hart. Guaranteed reason-
5 able rates.
'A C. E. HURT, Mgr.
I Drury, Kans.
Rev. E. J. Cromwell, national pre-
late of the Knights ami Ladli\ of
Security, has returned from a busi-
ness trip over the north and western
part of the state.
Dr. Giles, Nerve Specialist—
Chiropractor, Over Oklahoma State
One teaspoon full of Lime Juice
and one of sugar in a tumbler of
water, and you have a snappy
healthful, drink. Try It. Remem-
ber the brand, THE ALTON
Jack Williamson today left for St.
Joe, Mo., to secure liis opening line
j of shoes from the Moyes & Norman
Co. He will travel out of Enid' for
this company, having Oklahoma for
Don't fail to attend the Ice
cream social at the Baptist church
Elwood Rood Is home from Col-
orado for a visit with his sister, Miss
Luclna Rood at 802 East Maine.
Guy Manatt, who has been on the
Blek list for the past few days was
In his office again today.
Ice cream and music on the
Bapt..'. church lawn tonight. Don't
miss it. 7-3-lt.
...MODERN SHOE SHOP...
Is where you get the best repair-
ing done in thecit.y. .* .*
CHAS. A. DAY KIN
116 East Broadway
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Weever and lit-
tle son, of Chicago, are visiting with
Mrs. Weaver's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joliji) Schacffer 1301 West Maine.
■ f • — —
George E. Matlack, assistant city
counselor of Oklahoma City was in
Win. Porter, an attorney <it.Wich-
ita, was in tho city yesterday and
For sorenesB of the muscles,
whether induced by violent exercise
or injury, there it nolhlng better
(ban Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment also relieves rheumatic
pains. For sale by all dealers.
Groceries at Cost
We Will Sell Our Entire Stock of Groceries at Cost
MUST BE SOLD WITHIN THE NEXT 15 DAYS
The largest, cleanest and best stock of Groceries ever offered to the
public at such slaughter prices. If you doubt this come early Tuesday
morning and see for yourself.
Notice These Prices. Prices Hold Good Until Entire Stock is Sold.
Mrs. Ed Arends and little son left
yesterday lor Iowa oil an extended
Sugar— 5.60 and $r .C0 per 1 00 lbs. subject to market changes.
Altcu Corn, was 12 l-2c per can, now J <-
Alton Early June Peas, was 10c per can, now He
Alton Tomatoes, were 15c now 12 ,'"1'
Alton Coffee was .10c, now v
All uOe Teas, now
All U5c Coffee, now
All breakfast Cereals 10c per box—formerly sold for 16c.
All fancy 30c Bottled Goods now -°1'
All kinds of Laundry Soaps per bar :ie or :H bars for $1.00
Pet Cream, 7 for 2:ic
All Candles per pound 12 ,"2c
All flavoring Extracts 10c, were 8; were 15c now 10c; were 35c
Fruit Jars. Quarts
Half Gallons 75c
■Brooms, 40c values for 20c
All Gallon Syrups now :ir.r were 50c.
MISS 4 MM REEVES
Teacher of China Decorating
and Water Color Painting.
China Cecorated to Order
Studio Frederlchson Rldg.
2*4 Weat Randolph
C. H. Myers Builders
all KINDS ol WILDING Ma If RIAL
Builders specialties and
James Rose left last night for a
two weeks' business trip to Texas.
From there he goes to Tennessee to
join his family on a few weeks' va-
The Delta Alpha clasB will meet
this evening with Miss Dlteman,
1511 West Maine.
II. M. Green, of Nash, was in Enid
W. T. Ittings, of Kremlin, made
business trip to Enid yeBterday.
M c C O iV N 4 V
,,L VRIUAND STUDIO
East Side Sou arm phone 1016
Recently Located in Enid. Rep-
resenting the ASHER J A CO-
BUS MUSIC COMPANY.
If your Piano needs
tuning, call on me;. .
GUARANTEED ONE YEAR
Georgo Gibson, of Nash, was1 In
the city yesterday.
L Hi 1
Mrs. W. Tti 'Thomimon, of West
Maine, left this niornlng for a visit
in Oklahoma City.
Enid Vitrified Brick A
cm'hcitv 30.000 brick drily
fire Brick, Fire Ciay and Sewer
Tile for Sale
wtttrt us ron prices
Mrs. L. F. Pile and little daughter
Desmond, of Blackwell, are the
guests of Miss Prances Crane.
Do away with dangerous Ty
phoid germs during the hot sum
mer months, by drinking THE AL
TON GOODS Pure Lime Juice.
KAltMS FOR RENT—32V acres; 280
■acres; 1IIO acres. All bottom la'Ml
j Gawl improvements. AH in Alfalfa
j County. No one need apply who lias
! not plenty of teams and help. J. B
I I'Yrgiison, eare Pieratt & W liltlock
| Will sell Oil long terms to good man,
G. F. Day, who resides at Fifteenth
and Pine, li just harvesting some of
the finest flew- berries ever grown in
any country. The fruit is perfect in
form and of splendid flavor. Some
of the berries brought to the Eagle
office by Mr. Day today measured
nearly five inches in circumference
J. O. POOL
Accurate Piano Tuner
Patronize Home H9an,
C tarameea Hla Work*
PHONE BLACK 388
Why a Woman
J. E. McARTHUR
Who appreciates your pat-
Bonded by the American
Surety Company, of N. Y.
Abstracts of title to any real
estate In Garfield county,
Stenographer and Notary Pub-
^Plenty of ® per cent money
for quick farm loans.
Suite 4, First National Dank
" flldg., Enid, Oklahoma.
, WW.. phone 426
Beat place to eat In Enid
Waal Bide Square Open all Night
MAT HIS A KLATENBERGER
Live Stock. Real Estate, and Genaral
Auctioj Sales. We go everywhere. If
you ae limirlnpon a sale of any kind
writs or soe us. ENID, OKLA.
Not to add to beauty, but it
shows a care, and we must ad-
mit it does add to her appear-
ance— be it
Powder of the
but that's the rub—so many
arc careless in selecting the
proper kind. That's the reason
we like to see the powder we
sell on a woman's face, for we
know it is right. We don't buy
any other kind.
The Corry Pharmacy
Ea rle R. Lee
Fire Insurance, Sure If Bendr
ROOM 1 ANHEUSER-BUSCH BLD6
Pramatli and Salltlacl.rllv Dona
HI MJsiw'a SaoonS-hmnd Star*
Goods nlM for and d* Ivarad
Phone 243 221 E. BHw*.—
J. B. W00DARD
House Mover and Conine to
OBloo with Franir Dradileld A Co.
North Sid# So. Phone 317
<rOIN(i TO PAINT?
If you will Investigate
wonderful De Sota Heavy Body
Lead. It makes the beBt paint in
the world. It costs less than anv
other paint. It will cover more
surface than any other paint and
will last longer. Hence It Is to
ycur Interest to use D?-6ota Tleavy
Body Lead for yotir painting. For
sale only by
J. C. Jones Hardware Co
HOOSIWR CABINET DISPLAY.
"Independence Day For Women,'
Is the title given to the ^Fourth of
July lloosier Kitchen Cabinet dis
play in the windows of the
Itoyer-Johnson Furniture compnny
this week. The district manager of
the company has been in Enid from
Chicago all this week and today com-
pleted the display. The window Is
outlined with tho national colors and
contains three Hoosler cabinets, ea<
open for a thorough Inspection by
the housewives of the city. The
meaning of the title implies the great
burden lifted from the minds Qf the
housekeeiiers since the invention of
Contains Oil Sardines,
Soaps. S odas. Tooth-
picks. and many oHie-
articles formally seiling
for 5c, Gc, and 7c.
Contains Beans, Spice3,
'Corn Starch, Ta-oma
f rackets, vVasl iir: Pow-
ders,, Baked Beans, Blu-
Contains Hominy, Nood-
les, Toilet Soaps, Choice
Seeded Raisins. Vienna
Sausage and lots of oth-
Contains Jellies, llelnz
Baked Beans, Peanut
Butter, Horse lindlsli,
Jollo, Tapioca, Maplo
Contains mostly canned
goods, formerly Belling
for 15c a can, a reduc-
tion of 50 per cent.
Come and see this table-
La, In Your Summer Grocer* Supply now-Yau Will Navar Gat Anolhar Such Bargain
Horses, Wagons and Store fixtures for sale
E. B. STAUFFER
j 230Z. Broadway GOODS DELIVERED Phones 133&591
I Building for Rent or Sale
I'lTCIIEKS OF THE COI'NTV.
Out of respect for the memory ol
Leroy W. Lyons, who.-e funeral will
Charley Sayler and G. A. Kamrath
have worked their way up in the last I ^ ^ 5 0„0(.k
six months to. claim, the above title,;
and on July 4th, tomorrow will chal-
lenge any team In the state, provided
they can pitch at least three ringers
in one game of twenty-one points. The
three best out of five games of twen-
ty-one points each.
Games will be played on the lot
south of the Pioneer Telephono
building at 4 o'clock p. m.
Signed by order of the Committee.
the business hoiiBes of tho city will
closo between the hours of five and
PAINTERS TO MEET TOXIC NT.
The Painters and Decorators will
have a special meeting tonight at the
Douse shop, 221 West Randolph.
Gneral Organiezer Vance is in the
■ity and will meet with the members
at 8 o'clock, limitations extended to
all palntcrB of the city to attend.
Johnson - Flynn
Returns received at
PELT0IN CIGAR CO.
by rounds by special wire
222 North Grand
SCALP ITCHED TERRIBLY
•'One errata* while combing my hair, 1
noticed a few brown crustlike spots on my
Bcalp and, of counm, I thought it w&< oniy
• little UuHt that had wtthd thero during
the week. So I washod my hair thoroughly
but I saw that they wouldn't cotno out. Then
at the end of the noxt week I washed my hair
•train, and to my aHtonlshrnenf I saw not only
thoue few hut many more had come. 'Ihen
my head Ix-caine woroe and worm?, and my
scalp started to itch terribly, so that 1 could
Dot leep nor keep from ncratchinK my head.
"The cruHtlike places later oj>en«d and
made son* which bled, and they also itched
something terrible. I tried many remedies
but none helped and Inst cud they made my
head worse. Thin condition of my scalp
kept up for a month, and then one day I
met a friend and h)io advlned me to u.so
Cuticura Soap and Ointment which I did.
In two weeks I was rid completely of this
trouble, through the use of the Cuticura
Soup and Ointmeut. I am never without
them, for they are my mint highly valued
friend*." (Signed) Miss Alva GuHtafpon, 677
Second Ave., New York City, May 17, 1011.
Although Cuticura Soap and Cuticura
Ointment are sold by drugsists and dealers
throughout the world, a lltteral sample of
each, with 82-pngc booklet on the skin and
hair, win |m! wnt, poxt-fn-e, on appllcutiou to
"CutKaiu,' Mv, IkMtuu.
2cd and Randolph
Pcard H Seward, Mgr .
S «!lalll— bv Ih. Quartan* and Nat
Cross Bet ween the Aefs
Change ol play Nightly
l Prices—10-20- 30c
(Continued from page 1.)
the governors wero about equally
When the District of Columbia
was reached one of the delegates
proposed \V. J. Hryan aB a vice
presidential candidate. A roar
swept the hall as the naintf was
Bryan sitting quietly In Ills seat
In the Nebraska delegation sur-
rounded by a swarm of supporters
urging him to accept. For a time
he refused, sitting in the midst of
a storm of disorder, but the up-
roar Increased and finally Bryan
climbed upon his chill1.
"Take the platform; take the
platform," said the delegates.
Surrounded by a small group
Bryan made his way to tho Btage
to deliver his valedictory.
The ballots Bhowe,) a widely
scattered vote and it was apparent
early In the roll call that there
would be no nomination on" the
first ballot. Generally the antl
Bryan delegates were Incline!! to
support Marshall but the lines were
not sharply drawn.
The lndlaulan took the lead, how-
ever, from the start and many of
the Wllson-llryan stales cast their
vote for him.
The Htralght Wilson vote gener
ally went to Burke or Chamber-
New York gave Marshall ninety
votes; Illinois' fifty-eight 011 this
ballot went to Elmore Hurst
native son; Missouri gave ~ayor
Preston of Baltimore twenty-six.
The first ballot 011 the vice presi-
dential nomination gave Marshall
lilix. Burke 30T> Chamberlain
1 nr. The remainder of tho vol'
was scattered among native son*.
I Before the roll rail was begun
■ a M Issourl delegate tried to move
i to Buipeud tho rules and nominate
Marshall by acclamation. Bryan
I was on his feet in a moment de-
manding an opportunity for all. lie
rtmde his way toward the plgttorm
I but before he could speak the
jiinotlonwas withdrawn and the roll
I call for the second ballot was" *>e-
| The result of the ballot was an-
Marshall C4!i 1-2, Burke *87 1-3,
Chamberlain 12 I---2.
Representative Hughes of New
.iBrsey moved that Marshall be
nominated by acclamation but a
chorus of dlsaont followed.
Chalrmau .lames ordered the roll
called. Before the roll call could
b« begun tho North Dakota dele-
gation withdrew the name of Gov.
Burke and moved that the nomina-
tion of Governor Marshall be made
Before the motion could bo' put
there was a chorus of "ayes" and
the delegates began to crowd'out
of the hall.
No one heard the motion to ad-
journ or Chairman James' announ-
cement that the convention "was
''adjourned sine die." The motion
was declared carried at 1:56 a. m.
and the democratic convention ha I
gone Into history.
Baltimore, July 3.—The Demo-
cratic national convention became
a lovo least when It met to select
a running mate for Governor Wil-
Tho intense bitterness of (Tie last
week seemed to have disappeared.
When the convention suspended
tho regular order of business—the
nomination of a vice presidential
candidate—shortly before It oClock
to make way for tho reading and
adoption of Iho platform si* can-
didate:! for the vice presidency had
been called in nomination. They
wtre Governor Burke of North Da-
kota, Governor Marshall of Ind-
iana, Elmore W. Hurst, of Illinois,
Martin J. Wade of Iowa, James
II. Preston of Maryland and Champ
The suggestion of Champ Clark
foi the second place 011 the ticket
was the feature of tho evening's
performance, The scnMment of tho
convention was Blron^Ty In favor
ol' giving the speaker the place if
he would accept It. H. H. Dean
of Georgia placed Clark in nomi-
nal Ion and took the convention
Despite tho crowd that filled
the hall, the police regulation*
were greatly relaxed. On t lie
floor there was almost as fflauy
women as there were delegates.
Tho New J ersey delegates, en-
thusiastic over their afternoon vic-
tory, cheered Wilson and Bryan
Impartially, after they took their
scats. They also sang parou'ies 011
various popular songs tor both
Wilson and Clark. In return a
Missouri delegate across the aisle
•Tho houn' dawg Is for Wilson
now." Thereupon New Jersey^,
cheered. Wilson buttons were pin-
ned upon tho lapels of the Mls3ourl
delegation and there was a general
love leapt, j^etween New Jersey and
The Maryland delegation began
to sing, "Maryland, My Maryland,"
and those on the floor and In the
galleries arose. A chorus of songs
of every'kind followed and til*con-
vention seemed to haVo entered
upon a long doluyed "^'ora of good
The "Clark for Vice I'reslden t"
boom grew stronger despite a state-
ment by the Clark managers that
he would not accept the vice presi-
dential nomination. Frederick J.
Lynch of Minnesota, who was close-
lv associated with the lato governor
Johnson of Minnesota, was alBO
mentioned as a vice presidential
The names of Governor Marshall
ol' Indiana, and Governor Burke of
N. Dakota were also heard in this
William J. Hryan entered the
hall while political and patriotic
songs were still being sung and
they were Interrupted oy the choers
that greeted Bryan.
The CiarK leaders held elicited
conferences and the speaker him-
self was called on the telephone.
Despite a speech of former Govern-
or Dockery of Misourl, withdrawing
Clark's name, read the telegraph
statement from the speaker him-
self declaring he would not take
the place, the convention was still
hopeful of the final acce[K "nco
and one of the reasons for the sus-
pension of the vote 011 the nomina-
tions was the desire of the leaders
to make sure of Clark's poSlflbn.
Governor Burke of North Da-
kola seemingly was backed strong-
ly for the second place. His name
fcas roundly cheered when It was
placed before the convention.
Little Mary, tired but smiling, had a wondrous dream.
Thought she was canoeing on a great big lake of cream.
All around were reefs of Toasties, while her only oar
Was a silver spoon with which to eat her way ashore.
Written by K. J. O'NEILL,
Lafayette Hill 1'. O., Montgomery Co., I'a
1 >ne ol tbo oO Jingles for whioh the Postum Co.,
Iiatlle Creek, Mioh., paid $1000.00 In May.
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