North Enid Tribune. Weekly Edition. (North Enid, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 15, 1894 Page: 2 of 8
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WHITAKER BROS., Managers and Editors.
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will be reported is not at all unlikely.
It has been very cold to-day and as
yet we have been- unable to see any
settlers regarding the effects on stock
and the people.
The blizzard is reported as being
general all over Kansas, Nebraska
and western Missouri.
At noon yesterday a foot of snow
had fallen at Kansas City and Wich-
ita and the fierce wind piled it up in
The Panhandle is completely snow-
ed under—all of its engines being dead
in snow drifts.
The south bound train due here last
night is expected some time this af-
The morning train was six hours
late at Herington and is expected to
arrive this afternoon.
The stock trains that struggled
through here yesterday for the north
were delayed between here and Cald-
well, one getting stuck in a drift three
miles north of Medford.
A telegram to Mr. Val Dane from
his wife at Colorado Springs says the
main line of the Kock Island is bound
The main line trains of the Santa
Fe were blocked at Emporia, Kansas,
until a late hour this morning.
The branches of the Santa Fe are
all snowed up.
The Frisco has drifts from one to
fifteen feet and it is doubtful if it gets
opened up today.
The Missouri Pacifie is snowed up
to some extent but it is not known
just how bad. Snow is a foot deep at
Wichita on the level and the cuts are
The north bound passenger train
through this place this morning came
back, having turned around at Pond
No report could be gotten from the
Enid-Perry line, but it is thought the
trains are safely stored in a dug-out.
A hackman reports that it is rumor-
ed two people died at the "government
townsite" last night from exposure—
a mother and her two-days' old babe.
A train 011 the Grand Island in Ne-
braska has been lost entirely and no
doubt passengers are suffering who
are with the lost train.
The Kock Island has a large force
at work all along the line and the
road will be cleared just as soon as
The snow was packed in between
the rails that an engine attached to a
stock train left the rails near Med-
ford and up to one o'clock today it
was still off.
It was one of the worst storms that
ever visited the western country—it
having raged steadily for over twenty
In this issue will be found the new
advertisement of the North Enid Real
Estate, Law & Collection Agency.
The gentlemen who form this com-
pany are hustlers and we have 110
doubt will do well.
A '1 FORNEY AND
North Kniil, • - •
Lots For Sale.
Get you some desirable lots for sale
while prices are reasonable. We have
some fine business lots on Oklahoma
avenue and also on Main street for
sale at reasonable figures if taken now:
Lot 11, Oklahoma Ave $350
.. .. " 41)0
.. 2' " " 350
" 7, Main Street 300
• H .. «i 300
Inquire at this office.
CHflPfDBN & BflKER,
L G, Newton M Son,
Wholesale ami Retail
We keep the Bhst
in the Market.
WE ALSO HANDLE WOOD IN ALL
SHAPES AND SIZES.
A Full Line of Field and Garden
Seeds Will Arrive Next Week.
L. C. HE WTON & SON
Prices Low as the
Lowest. Coim. in
and see us.
We keep in stock all kinds
I of Hardware Merchandise,
Our prices are to suit the
■ ? m
flSPEY *25 SON,
Main St. North Enid.
of 30 years experience lias secured room in
1 Howitt & Oxley's Columbia Drug
Slore, North Enid, and will open a
first-class jewelry stock and optical
goods after Feb. 15.
A Sure Tiling-.
Round Pond is only two or three
miles from the south line of L county.
There is a large and almost unfordable
stream between the citizens of the tem-
porary county seat Kound Pond.
That town has sent a delegation to
Washington to oppose .1 county scat
bill. Why.'-North Enid Ttuhjnh.
Becausc they know that the people
of L county will locate the county seat
at Medford if given an opportunity,
Isn't that enough to justify sending a
delegation to Washington at a cost to
the citizens of $400?—Medford Patriot.
Board and Lodging.
Meal Tickets, $3.50.
Meals, 25 cents.
I serve my table with
the .best the market
S. J. HAYS,
Doesn't put on much
style, but it lias come
to stay—they have
the goods and will
put on the style after
awhiler They will sell
you Pure Drugs at
reasonable prices. Go
and see them; you
are always welcome.
A Physician in at-
tendance day and
We Handle GOAL Exclusively,
and our patrons we try to please. Owing to an open winter
we are over stocked. For the next thirty days we sell CHEAP.
Office at City Scales. Oklahoma Ave.
HILL & BARTO
>i G. C. GRAY. $
FRANK X GRAY,
liEST GRADES OK-
i Wines & Mquors.
foR LUflPER : : :
QO TO THE
Kansas City, that awfully democrat-
ic town, is preparing to give a grand
reception to Wilson, the fratuer of the
tariff reform bill that will close every
large manufacturing establishment in
America. If Wilson was to go to
England he would be given a still
greater reception, for the bill was in
the interest of England and against
the manufactories and laboring class-
es of the United States. England
hasn't much use for the laboring
North Enid now has a postofficc,
and her citizens are "wild with de-
light" in consequence.—Edmond Re-
Not particularly wild, brother, but
we are glad to know that the postal
department has found out that North
Enid is in the United States.
Bring your orders for job work to
T. fll. Richardson
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N OUT 11 ENID.
and Heavy Hardware. -
We Ma He o Specialty of Jin WorH-
North Enid, 0, T.
fl Fine Stock of
Boots and Shoes
. Has just been received by
AURELL & ROGERS.
Repairing Neatly ©one and promptly
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Whitaker Brothers. North Enid Tribune. Weekly Edition. (North Enid, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 15, 1894, newspaper, February 15, 1894; North Enid, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110109/m1/2/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.