The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1895 Page: 1 of 8
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1.25 per Year.
IT WAVES. SURGES. ROARS AND REBOUNDS ONLY TO COME BACK AGAIN WITH GREATER FORCE FOR ENID. GARFIELD COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. AND DEMOCRACY.
Single Copy 5 Cent«
By Wave Printing Co.
ENID, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY: THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, I895.
Vol. 9., No. 26
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Rock Island Time Card.
Passenger No. JJ. 8:20 a. m
Passenger No. 1 10:4l p. m.
Freight No. 5J1 ll;30a. m
Passenger No. 2.
Passenger No. 4.
Freight No. 88
H:47 p. in
2:04 p. w
People intending to make
final proof should remember
that they can prove up in
thirty days by using the Daily
Wave. It takes about forty-
three days'time in the Week-
ly, or six weeks.
All business men are respectfully
asked to close their respective places
of business during the funeral servi-
ces of the late city marshal, E.
Williams from 4 to 6 p. m.
F. D. Barr.
President City Council and Acting
Everything below cost at the Fair,
Hats of all the latest styles at less
than half their cost at The Fair.
The best meals in the city are be
ing served at the English Kitchen.
Use Pabst ice: it is the purest and
best and it is hauled by home men.
The Fair offers their entire stock
i if Dry Goods to the people at their
own prices. 149tf
Friends of Mr. Williams hav<
scribed liberally to the fund
raised for his wife.
Sliver is the talk of the day except
when you price the Shoes, Hats, et
at The Fair. They must go regard-
less of cost. I4!)tf.
No business was transacted at the
land office today and the Hag was at
half mast is honor of Hon. R. W
Frank Smith, the new proprietor of
the English Kitchen, is desirous of
meeting his old friends at his new
place of business. 148-tf.
We want your Shoe trade and if
our price is too high you price the
They must go regardless of price and
cost. The Fair. I49tf
I have a few cash buyers forclaints.
Must be cheap and title perfect.
143 Gtw]. N. Campbell.
Southeast of land office, Enid, O. T.
Are you hnngry? Want to eat a
good meal? Something like your
mother used to cook? Call at the
English Kitchen. All meals fifteen
S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis.,
was troubled with Neuralgia and
Uheumatism, his stomach was disord-
ered, his Liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in llesh
and strength. Three bottles of
Klectrlc Bitters cured him.
Edward Sheperd. Harrisburg, 111.,
had a running sore on his leg of eight
years' standing. Used three bottles
of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of
Uucklln's Arnica Salve, and his leg is
sound and well. John Speaker. Cat-
awba, O., had live large fever sores
on his leg. doctors said he was Incur-
able. One bottle Electric Bitters
and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured him entirely. Sold at the
Cherol*';e Pharmacy Company
"Many of the citizens of Rainsviile,
Indiana are never without a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the
house," says Jacob Brown, the lead-
ing merchant of the place. This
Remedy lias proven of so much value
for colds, croup and whooping cough
iu children that few mot'iers who
know its worth are w illing to be with-
out it. For sale hv the Cherokee
Drug t V.
A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN WHICH
TWO MEN ARE KILLED.
REGISTER R W PATTERSON
Of the Enid Land Office and Marshal
Williams Killed Each Other.
TWO HOMES IN MOURNING.
And a Dark Shadow Cast Over the
The worsttragedy ever recorded in
the annals of the Cherokee Strip was
enacted in this city yesterdayi even-
ing and two men killed each other
After reading yesterday evening's
WAVE the entire town was expecting
trouble, but no one expected it to
end as it did, with the blood of two
men staining the streets.
The issue of yesterday contained
an article in defense of our esteemed
citizen, Captain J. J. S. Hassler,
and while not mentioning names, Mr.
Patterson saw lit to resent it, and,
telling several parties that there
would be trouble, started out in
search of Isenberg, the editor of the
Wave. Friends of both parties, try-
ing to avoid trouble, told Isenberg
of Patterson's threats and advised
him to avoid meeting Patterson if
possible, and, upon suggestion, had
started home, stopping on his way to
talk with parties in front of the Dia-
While sitting on the edge of the
walk in conversation with McGraw,
a clerk in the drug store, and others,
Mr. Patterson started from the
Cherokee Pharmacy corner across in
the direction of the land office, and.
seeing Isenberg, turned back and
walked within a few feet of Isenberg
when he said, "I want to see you a
moment." To which Mr. Isenberg
replied: "All right judge, what is
it?" and rising to his feet walked a
few steps with Patterson when he,
will fix you," striking Isenberg in the
face, commencing the trouble that
friends were trying to keep down
and the end of which is only too well
Marshal Williams, appearing on
the scene, tried to separate the two
men, when Patterson milled his re-
volver and fired at Isenberg, but the
bullet Hew wide of its mark, and Isen-
berg started to run,
temple, and instantaneous death re-
When the first shot was heard,
friends of Isenberg and Patterson
rushed to the scene, to find that what
they had tried to prevent had hap-
pened, and immediately thousands
of people crowded the streets, and a
gloom .darker than Stygian darkness j
overspread the entire city. Lips
could but weakly express the sympa-
thy welling up from all hearts for J
the two families, from each of which
| a beloved husband and father lias
] Coroner Crabtree immediately took
| possession of the bodies and empan-
eled a ajury >to« view them so that
! they could be removed to their re-
spective homes which was done at a
The verdict of the coronor's jury as
near as can be learned Is in substance
this: "R. W. Patterson came to his
death at the hands of E. C. Williams
while resisting arrest. E. C. Will-
iams came to his death at the hands
of It. W. Patterson while performing
his official duty."
E. C. Williams was born thirty-five
years ago In San Erancisco, Califor-
nia; when but a child his parents
moved to Boston, Mass., where he
remained and was educated, gradu- J
ating with honor from the best school
of the state. Drifting west several |
years ago, he located in Denver,
Colorado where he was married three
years ago. He was reporter for sev-
eral years for some of the leading
papers of the state. At the open-
ing of the Cherokee strip, he with
the rest, made the great rush into
this country in hopes of gaining a
home to spend his life. Mr. Williams
was a good officer, faithful in all his
acts and was respected and hon-
ored by all who knew him. He leaves
a wife and baby to mourn his loss.
They have the sympathy of the en-
R. W. Patterson was uorn in Craw-
ford county, Georgia, and was about
39 years of age. He received his ed-
ucation at the State University of
Athens and the University of Vir-
vvv -I- -I- -!• -I-
Gentlemen, what do you
think of a Shoe, neat, stytish,
wellfitting, durable well made
in every way for S2.00 111 lace
or Congress ?
We've got them! We've
got shoes to sell at $1.75,
$1.50, yes, and $1.00. Soj
have other people perhaps, 1
but we must not confound
them with this bargain.
Come and see it.
LOGAN & KENNEDY.
Come to the front with large
SUMMER - CLOTHING.
Men's French Balbriggans,
50c worth $ 1.
Big Boot Sign, East Side of Square.
CLYDE MATTOX SENTENCED.
October II, 1895, The Day Set For
The friends of the young murderer !
will be surprised to hear that he has
again been sentenced to be hung.
This is the fourth time Clyde Mattox
has had the death sentence passed j
upon him and it looks now as tbouj*h i
the sentence will be executed.
It is the old story of how a young
smooth faced boy can be Influenced
by older heads, t igetlier with the!
rough element of the early days of
old Oklahoma, causing him to drift
from bad to worse. His life ends with
the record of having been the young-
est desperado and having killed his
man. A petition has been sent to
25 per oil on
ON MEN'S OXFORDS.
We offer a general cut on our
Entire Stock this week, but will
not give our prices a.way to our
competetors. Come to our store
and be convinced.
Very Respectfully yours for
doing business on the Lowest
Hard Time Cash Prices.
LOGAN & KENNEDY.
the president with 10,000 signatures,
At the opening of the strip j asking him to stay the death sen-
he was appointed register of the i tence and give him a life term in the
United States land office in this city. I Peniten«ary- His ®other and him-
sets speak with the tfreatest confi-
which he remained till the time of his I dence that President cleveland will
death. He leaves a wife and
five grant the commutation
children, three girls and two boys. I tence if not a pardon,
ranging in age from four to fourteen
years, to whom the sad loss of hus-
>f the sen-
The Fair is offering every induce-
ment possible in order to dispose of
band and father is an irreparable j their stock of drv goods, shoes, hats,
one, which cannot be healed with i slippers etc. 149tf.
Many heartaches are felt for the
sorrowing ones of both families;
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. V..
says that lie always'keeps Dr. King's
heart aches more intense than are New Discovery in the house and his
always alloted to those left behind family has always found the very
by departing ones, as this sad affair j best results follow its use; that he
affects the entire lengtn and breadth I noult' not ')e without it, if procurable.
,.. , , , , ! G. A Dykeinan Druggist, Catskill, N.
of the city, casting a dark shadow v . ,, . ... . '
\ ., says that Dr. King s New Discov-
over it that will take months, even erv undoubtedly the best Cough Rem-
years, to lift. edy: that he has used it in his family
bukial. , fur eight years, and it has never fail-
The funeral of the fearless officer, i ?Ato doa11 that is claime<1 for
,, ....... , , , , Why not try a remedy so long tried
going through ' * ^ " thc i and tested. Trial bottles free at the
" " Presbyterian church this afternoon Cheroke
the Variety store, with Patterson . . . . , ... .,, , .
at 4 o clock. His remains will be in-
following, revolver in hand. Will- . 1 • .1
terred 111 the cemetery southwest of
lams called to him to stop, cry-
ing, "for God's take don't shoot any
ee Pharmacy Company,
"ize 5oc and *1.00.
more,'' and catching up with him in
the rear of the store, struck him 011
the head with his revolver, trying to
knock him down or stun him, in order
to keep him from following Isenberg,
when Patterson turned and fired, the
bullet striking Williams just over
Williams staggered, but with an
almost superhuman effort, picked up
his gun, walked to the door and shot
Patterson, just as he was turning the
orner in pursuit of Isenberg. Will-
iams then walked out in front of the
store and fell. The brave officer was
carried into the corner drug store,
where everything in human power
was done tor him, but his life expired
in a very few moments.
1 lie ball from Williams' gun struck
Mr. Patterson ju-t under the left
Sometime ago 1 was troubled with
1 attack of rheumatism. I used
The remains of Regibter Patterson 1 ^bamberlaln's Pain Balm and was
completely cured. I have since ad-
vised many of my friends and custom-
ers to try the remedy and speak high
ly of it. Simon Gcldbaum, San Luis
Rey, Cal. For sale by the Cherokee
will be taken tonight to his old home
in Macon, Georgia, for interment.
The WAVE family respectfully
beg leave to express to the families
of Mr. Patterson and Mr. Williams
our heartfelt sympathy in their sad
Oh! ha?e more dry goods than we
want so we are selling out at cost.
149tf. The Fain'
I have two little grand
who arc teething this hot summer j
weather and are troubled with bowel j
complaint. I give them Chamber-1
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and it acts like a charm. I
earnestly recommend It for children
with bowel troubles. 1 was myself!
taken with a severe attack of bloody j
flux, with cramps and pains in my
stomach, one-third of a bottle of this
remedy cured me. Within twenty- AnairrwwMo Laxative and NKKVE TONIC.
four hours 1 was out of bed and doing IISBC
my house work. Mrs. W. t., Dunagan.
Bon-aqua. Hickman Co., Tenn. For
sale by the Cherokee Drug Co.
Lumber. Goal and Paint.
All Kinds of Building Material.
□ We solicit a share of your patronage and will gurantee our
prices as low or lower than can be obtained elsewhere. It
will pay you to figure with us. N. A. MOORE, Mgr.
Nothr Bonndary street one-block east of our old stand.
TSJE E IS It®) ®/\lLy W/\V£.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
- kok -
PSICB S CENTS
TO ANY AND A LI
PARTS OF THE
I'.CTS A WEEK.
p INDICE STION DIZ Z I NC SS,
C-RUPTIONS ON T HE SKIN
$1.00 per pnckaito. Smnplua frco.
VA Bin The Favorite TOOTH P0WJ1I
I t" V irt; i.x'ihanJ Hrrriii.aso.
■Sold by HIGHBAHUIN' A- Al.I.F.N
W. O. CROMWELL.
Attorney at Law
Next to Bank of F.nid, F.N 10 O. T
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Pile*
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per bo\
For sale bv the Cherokee I'barmacv
DR. W. A. HERING
® ® DENTIST
Ml Work Fullu Warranted.
Oki n r.: Kast of Land Office. - - ICN1D, O. t
Chamberlain's Eye and Shin Ointment
Is unequalled lor Eezwim, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Nipple^, Chapped
Hands, Itching Pile*, Jlun.\ 1 rost Biten
Chronic Sore Kve.iand Granulated Kyc Lid-
For sale by druggists at 'St cent per b>\
For putting a horse in a fine healthy coi
dition try Dr. Cody'* Condition iVvvden
They tone up the system, aid diction, turf
1088 of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kjihwv disorders and destroy worms, giving
new 'ife to an old or over-workt d horse, 24
jents pel package For .ale by druggets.
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Isenberg, J. L. & Isenberg, Edna A. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1895, newspaper, June 27, 1895; Enid, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111603/m1/1/: accessed March 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.