The Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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THI R8DAY, Al'ltfl, IS. Hill
Superintendent Rainey Urg-
ing People to take
DEPENDS UPON MEMBERSHIPS
CO I* NT V HAVING LAWJKST PHO-
PORTIiONATE NlMlilU OF
MEMBERS- WILL (JET
The A. & M. college at Still-
water and the slate board or agri-
culture will conduct five county
Bhort courses in agriculture and do.
mestlc science, of one week ea« 1
Tho first school wlTl begin July
10th. One school will be held i*n
each supreme court judicial district.
The college will take two carloads
of rjnterial, for use in the school,
which will be organized Into classes
In such subjects as: soils, Aarm
<rop«, orchards, dairying, lnjurfcoji
Insects, live stock, corn and stock
judging, cooking, artistic home do
oration, sanitation and social ob-
Efforts to, Increase the member-
ship in the Farmer's Institute
ill this county are being made in
rtrder that one of the five courses
may be given, here. County Super-
intendent. Rainey' has addressed the
following letter to the people of
Garfield comity has tho oppor
timity securing for the farmers
and children of the counfy the
week's short course of tho A. & M
college if the people will besti
themselves. Here is the plan: Th<
college will hold a short course in
one county of each ofl the suprem*
court districts some time during th«
coming summer and fall. This
school will be held In the county
hpvlng the largest paid membership
in the county farmer's institute for
women's auxiliary according to th
population of that county; so it ii
readily seen that under these court!
tlons. Garfield county will bo rc
quired to have a larger membership
than tho counties In tho dlstvl t
having smaller populations. Tin-
tee for membership In the farmer's
institute is fifty cents; that in the
women's auxiliary twenty-Jive cents
This fund is retained in the ooupty
for tho uso of the flarniers to 1>«
expended in the most profit able wry
for their interest. The school if'
conducted free. A special train
will be furnished by the college,
and everything for proper demon-
strations and instruction will lie
csrrled. Tho college has a 'large
tfnt which will be used for the
school. This is the samo that was
used by the school at the state
fair at Oklahoma City last fa 1.
Those who saw the demonstration
train last year will appreciate whai
a whole weejt's school means. Ag.l-
ci Iture and domestic science will be
ti ught for men and boys, women
and girls. There will be model
kitchen for demonstrations in* cook-
ing; illustrated lectures on good
roads and other subjects.
The counties in this district are:
Texas, Heaver, Harper, Woods, Al-
falfa, Woodward, Ellis, JJewoy
Hlaine, Custer, Roger Mills, Beck-
ham, tlreer, Kiowa. Major anu
Vashita. These fire the counties
we must excel in paid membership
If we are to have this school. The
Enid chamber of commerce will
assist in whatever way it can to
help secure this school and will
pay to the person in each township
sending in the largest list of paid
ntenioers a premium of three dol-
lars; tx) the one from the township
having the ucxt highest list, a pre-
mium of two dollars; provided that
no premium will be paid to any
person sending in fewer than lif-
ted n paid memberships. AH sub-
scriptions and fees are to be sent
to John M. Spalding, secretary-
treasurer of Garfield county farm-
ers' Institute. Address him at
Enid. This contest between t!io
counties for membership closes on
May 1st. So whatever is done must
be dime quickly.
"Formonthi i hm«s tronhm with bit «.u>m rh
•n<l uird llklnda of in"dlcl o«. My toiign® >< «
b-en artiiftliv «• my brent!.
ft had odor. Two we-ki ft friend ft.rOtotnfn.N i
cuc«r«ii and ft" ""'"fit?" 1•"'J
rh^rfnlly nay th t tt.ry Ti* «i enUrHr cvr«d I
•heroforo l«l you kn wr tlikt 1 • htll recommtoa
CAh ov c ftTiwmc
r The Dowels
riroMint. rtliUlilf. Potent. Twt* Good. Po (..*>d
hVvpr hli'krn. Weftkeo op (Jrlpe. The genuine tablet
•tamped <m:C. Onarftnteed to cure or your nion y
bftck. Never sold In tulk. l ««
Sterling Remedy Co.. Wheeling, W.Va.
ANNUAL SALE J 2 MILLION BOXES
21)5 .MILES WITIIOl'T STOl*.
Airman Attoni|tts 1 light From Loii
<lon to Paris.
London. April 13.— Pierre Prior
started today in an aeroplane from
Ilendon in an attempt to make a
flight to Paris without a stop. Th
airman successfully crossed th
English channel from Dover t<
Calais and continued toward the
Issy Les Moulidoux, France, April
13.—Prior arrived here at live for-
ty-flve' this evening from Londoi,
having made a trip of about two
hundred and ninety miles in an
monoplane without a stop.
1111;i i i i Mi MAYOR 81 l< ftDKtt.
Sheriff Was Waiting Willi Body
Sehnectady, N. Y., April 13.-
Jacob W. Clute three times mayor
of Schnectady, killed himself witli
a pistol shot in the bath room of
his home today, while the sheriff
was waiting at the door with a body
execution for him growing out of
alleged irregularities in the handling
of an estate.
Miss Spangler. who is to assist
Miss Tucker Is well known as an
accomplished reader, having been
in a number ofl recitals this winter
given by .Mrs. Hanson.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to thank the many
friends who so kindly assisted us
dt.rlng the short illness and death
of our beloved huband and father.
And for the many comforting words
and beautiful floral offerings espec-
ially tlrom the Sunday school <las?
and Kenwood tilth grade.
MRS. R. H. HYDE,
O. L. HYDE.
WHO PROTECTS PASSENGERS
Will Give Recital at Hillsdale--
Miss Spangle:* Assistant.
Miss Norma Tucker, of this city
v ill give a piano recital at Hillsdale
Saturday night, with the assistance
oil .Miss Spangler, reader, a student
of Mrs. Laura Leigh of O. C. II. The
recital will be given in the Con-
gregational church. Miss Tucker
is one of the most talented musi-
cians of this city, being a piano
graduate from the Cincinnati con-
servatory of music as well as from
the school of music at Rolingreen,
Ky. She has lived in Enid since
last summer and in that time his
worked up a splendid class In this
city and community. At Hillsdale
slu- has air especially tine class and
is giving the concert for the benelit
of her pupils there.
Criminal U'aps From Train And
Escapes -Posse is in
Syracuse, Kan.. April 13.—An un-
known man boarded the Santa Fe
passenger train number five at is
left this place this morning and rob-
bed Conductor Reilly and brakeman
O'Leary of a small sum. When lie
attempted to rob the passengers,
Reilly resisted and was shot twice
and seriously injured. The robber
jumped off the train and escaped.
A posse is searching for him.
EX-CiOV!lt\OK OLICIi DEAD
Atchison, Kan., April 13 Former
Governor 0. W. Click, of Kansas,
died at his home here early this
morning. A year ago he broke' his
hip, which eventually vaiised his
- —o —
PROMINENT MISSOl HI WOM-
AN DEAD IN EL P.XSO.
El Paso, April 13.—Mrs. L'avina
H, Bruce, the daughter of M. M.
Marmadukc, governor of Missouri,
in IS44 and sister of General John
S. Marmadukc, governor of Missouri
in 1884, and niece of former Gov.
Claiborne T. Jackson, of the same
state, is dead at here home here.
Nicest line of Easter slippers in
Enid. Knower, the shoe jnnii.
Muskogee, Enid and Okla-
homa City are Mem-
bers of League
THREE HELD SAME EVENING
LOCAL ST I Ml NTS PREPARE RE-
CEPTION FOK VISITORS—
SPI X I \ L EXERCISES
\\ ILL III: HELD
The first of the triangular debates
between Muskogoc, Oklahoma C'ty
and Enid high schools will be h Id
tomorrow nlgbt in the Christian
church. The Muskogee team comes
tomorrow to open the contest. An-
other debating team will leave in
tho morning for Oklahoma City to
engage the high school in debate to-
On the arrival of the Muskogee
team, a committee from the local
high school will meet the train ami
tak< tlie debaters to lunch. In the
afternoon at two thirty, special ex-
ercises will be held to entertain the
visitors. Following the exercises,
the reception committee will take the
Muskogee team and tour the city in
automobiles. There will be about five
cars, it is expected, as many of the
high school students will accompany
gert will be the presiding officer.
Early today only one of the three
judges had be^n selected, J. L. Ab-
bott, professor of history in the Ccn-|
tral Normal at Edmond.
The Muskogee debaters are Her-
bert Towne, Walt< r Towne and Allen
Brown. One of the teachers of the
Muskogee high school, Prof. Irwin,
will accompany them. The alternate
is Miss Hlanehc Johnson.
The Enid team is composed of
Monroe (loode, Edith Gilsen and Geo.
BETTER FOR MEW, WOMEN AND CHILDREN THAN CASTOR OIL,
SALTS.OR PILLS, AS II- SWEETENS AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM MORE EFFICIENTLY AND
IS FAR MORE PLEASANT TO TAKE
IS THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE, AS —
IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL, IS
ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS
AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
in the Circle.
oneverij Pachage of the Genuine.
all reliable druggists sell the original and
genuine when called for. although they could
make a larger profit by selling inferior prtcar a
tions, yet they prefer to sell the genuine, because
IT 15 right to do so and for the good of their
customers. when in need of medicines. such
drugcists are the ones to deal with. AS your
life or health may at some tim£ depend upon
their skill and reliability
Note tfioFufi Name of the Gompamp
rrnnrllT Ar DHCC NFAB TMF RflTTnM AND IN
■ . . i
H Mill UAL C0NSTIMTI0H
You Get Every Call - -
fj| When yon have single line service, for the line is never
in use except when YOU use it.
The chances that the line will he "busy" if some otie wants
to reach you, arc limited to the number of times that YOU
talk. No allowance must be made for some one else, some
other party on the line.
The line is ready for use when you need it. You don't have
to stand by the instrument and wait till someone else has
finished a conversation. The moment you take down the
receiver you get central. You don't have to hang up the
receiver again and wait.
Agfply to the Manager, Telephone No. 103 for single line
service. Do it today.
The Christian chnrth, where the
debate will be held, is being nicely
decorated for the occasion. It is
probable that Attorney E. L. Swl-
Shortest and Best Route
to the West and North-
SPECIAL HOUND trip ticket* to
California. Washington, Oregon an*.l
i ritlsh Columbia will be on silcv
April is, 10 and 20, 1911, May
12, i :. 14, 20, .30 and 31, 1911,
| with limit GO days.
I Optional Route and liberal slop-
Under the plan of holding the tri-
angular debates, each school has two
teams. One team debates at home
and always takes tho affirmative
side of th« question. Tomorrow
night, an Enid team will contest with
Oklahoma City at that place, while
an Oklahoma City team is debating
Muskogee at Muskogee.
The debaters who leave in the
morning for Oklahoma City arc Will
Kerbergen. Evlira Cook and George
Storm. W. S. Doty will accompany
them. A telegram received today
from the Jefferson!an club at Okla-
homa City states that a reception and
banquet is being planned for the Enid
team. The E. H. S. representatives
will be given an automobile ride and
a stage'reception. The judges select-
ed for the Oklahoma City contest
are Prof. J. W. Marshall, J. S. Bu-
chanan. of the university of Okla-
homa and Superintendent Evans, oi'
A very interesting feature of the
debates, is the announcement that
will be made of the result in each
of the three cities at the conclusion
of the contests. As soon as the de-
bate is ended in Oklahoma City, the
outcome will be wired hen and over
tho circuit, and the results ofl all the
debates made known the same even-
One of the first needs of the pigs is
a comfortable place In which to pass
more than half of tho time, sleeping
Breeding stock should be selected
for health, strength, vigor and matu-,
rity first, utility second and fancy
it is a well known fact that properly
managed a 20, 40 or SO acre farm will
return in addition to a living, a fine
income for the familv.
The dairyman having a productive
farm of 180 to 200 acres can easily
raise six to eight of Ills best marked
female calves each season.
The annual Income from milk and |
butter In the United States Is said to
be more than the output of the gold
and the silver mines.
Carrots are fed to horses not so
m-jch for their feeding value, but for
their influence in keplng the digestive
organs In good condition.
It requires Ice to handle milk,
cream or butter, so see to it that you
will be fully supplied with this cheap
article for next summer's use.
In winter dairy farmers often for-
get that nothing Is cheaper and more
beneficial than pure air, sunlight and
a reasonable amount of exercise.
Fowls should always be starved for
at least 24 hours before being killed,
so as to have their crops and Intes
tines thoroughly free from food of any
There Is a steady demand for nuts
The English walnut, pecan, Spanish
Japanese pjid American chestnuts
butter nuts and shcllbarks are the
The difficulties experienced In
spreading poultry manure, on account
of Its sticky consistency, may be ob
Ylated by mixing with loam, peat or
common stable manure.
printed straight across. near the bottom. and in
the circle. near the top of every pack age.of 11 if.
genuine. one size only, for sale by all leading
orugc' t '>. regular price 5<k per bottle.,
syhl 7 of figs and elixir of senna is the only perfect family LAXATIVE,
because-!! is the one remedy which acts in a natural. strengthening WAV
and cleanses the system. without unpleasant after effects AND without
irritating, debilitating or crip1ng. and therefore doe5 not interfere IN ANY
way with business or pleasure it is recommended by MILLIONS OF WELU
informed families. who know of its value FKOM personal USE TO GET ITS
beneficial effects always buy the genuine; manufactured by THE
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Kansas Oily («i' in.
Kansas City, Mo., April 13.—0!is •
WHEAT—May, 81 %c: July 80%c
bid; September, 807m <• TT s lc.
CORN—May, 47 Vsctfr 47 U c sell-
ers; July, 48%c bid; September.
C*SH WHEAT —Steady; No. l\
hard, 85c<8)94c; Na. 3, 82c(fr02c;
No. 2 red, 87c(??88c; No. ;s, 80c'"
CORN—Unchanged, No. 2, mixed.
47c; No. 3, 46c® 46% c; No. 2
white, 47c<7/)47i4c; No. 3, 46cr
Receipts: Wheat, 20,000; corn,
34,000; oats. 2.000.
Shipments: Wheat, 37,000; corn
58,000; oats, 2,000.
OATS—Unchanged; No. 2 white,
32c# 33V2C; No. 2, mixed, 30c (fp
RYE No. 2, 75c<$7ftat
HAY—Steady; choice timothy.
$14.00# $14.EL0; choice prairie,
$ 1 2.50 $ 13.00.
Kansas Oily Livestock.
Kansas City, Mo., April 12.
CATTLE—Receipts. 7,000. Market
3teady to weak. Dressed beef and
export steers, $5.95 frt $6.40; stack-
ers an d feeders, $ 5.00 <?i $ ti. 1 7,;
southern steers. $4.25 (Ti $6.00:
southern cows. $3.50 fa $5.00; native
er ws, $3.20($>$5.40; native heifers.
$.1.00 @>$6.10; bulls, $4.50 ^$5.2".;
HOGS-—Receipts, 20,0^0; Mar-
ket 5c to 10c higher; bulk of sal- '
$C.05 (8 $6.30; heavy, $6,00 v?
$6.17'4; packers and butchers.
$t:.O50>$6.35; lights, $6.20<7IJ$b.V,Y
SHEEP- Receipts. 13,1j00. Mar-
ket. 10c to 20c lower. Lambs, $5.2*
(^$5.90; stackers and feeders, $3.00
ENID'S GASH MARKETS
(NOTE:—These Quotations rep-
resent wholesale prices, paid by the
dealers to farmers and other*, who
have things to sell. No attempt ti
made here to give retail prlcef
These markets are for tbe beneff?
of tho farmer and producer.)
KNIf> CASH fiRAIN.
(Reported by W. B. Johnston,
Com, wlilt?, 60
Soft wheat, No 70
Hard wheat, No. 2 78
Corn, mixed, .. 50
ENIE MAY FKKD
(Reported by Z. K. Johnson & Son)
l'rairle hay, No. 1
Prairie hay. No. 2
Alfalfa, No. I
Alfalfa, baled, medium.
EN 10 PRODUCE
(Reported bj Swift & Co.)
Turkeys, No. 1 11c
Hides, green 4c
Hides, glue 2c
Hides, green salt, No. 1 . ... 5c
Though we soar into the heavens,
though we should sink Into tho abyss,
we never go out of ourselves; It Is
always our own thought that we per-
One way second class coloniza-
tion raUu to the west and north-
west on sale dally until April 10.
1 Condiments that stimulate egg pro-
duction are very much like anything
j that stimulates a human being. Aftot
the Immediate results wear ofT the
bird Is In worse shape than before be.
People think that If hens don't lay
In ithe winter they will In the sum
iner. but tills Is a mistake, as it has
been found that the winter layers will
produce as many eggs in the summer
as the non-winter layers.
Before making your trip let 11
flguro with yon on time, route and
conne tlons. Call phone 13 or
(i. II. IIKVNKTT, Agent.
F. E. CLARK, (i. P. A.f
W V Da,t 01 it«'oVhinuiy
As regard! rotation of cropa, unless
the western farmer Is willing to sea
his land become, even in the present
feneration, as valueless for agricul-
tural use as is so much of New Eng.
land, he must adopt and adhere to
| some srstematlo tise of restoratire
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of the ingredients of the
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The best things in cook-
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Wright, M. H. The Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1911, newspaper, April 13, 1911; Enid, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth350843/m1/2/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.