The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 12, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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1.25 PEH YEAS
IT W AVSS. SURGES, ROARS AND REBOUNDS ONLY TO COME BACK AGAIN WITH GREATER FORCE FOR ENID. GAXFIELD COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, AND DEMOCRACY.
Single Copy 5 Cents
| By Wave Printing Co.
ENID, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY: THURSDAY EVENING^ECEMBER 12,(895
Vol. 2, 49
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U.S. Gov't Report
WHERE THE WOMEN ARE.
MOURNED AS DEAD.
A Father Meets a Daughter he had
Mourned as Dead for Eighteen
Guthrie, o. T., Dec. 9. After bc-
Washington, Dec. 9 Attorney-
General Harm cm said tod-ay that
ing given up for dead eighteen year#, I <l(1ite a number «t" Democrats," in Ok-
i Carrie N. Keiffer was yesterday noon
met at the depot by her father, W.
M. Keitier, living near Nora. Lincoln
county. When she was eight years
■old she was supposed to have been
, burned up in a convent school
Santa Barbara, California. The f
ther, then a widower, had placed her
lahoma, as well
Items of Inteaest about the Gentler I
Sex Their Sphere Broadening
Day by Day.
Krorn tin* Ladles' World.
[)r. Ellen Lawson Dobbs was one of J
the first women physicians of the
state of Texas. She read and stud-
ied under Dr. E. P. Bectcra, and was
afterward graduated with high hon-
ors from the Co" fe of Physicians
and Surgeons in Keokuk. Sic made
I a very efficient chairman of (he First
Democrats Writing j Southern Woman's Council.
Some <sf the Massachusetts and
Connecticut lodges—spots long sa-
cred to men—are considering tlx;
advisability of admitting women
to full membership. Women hare
for some time been members of "scs-
HARD TIMES EAS I.
The Okiahouian, of Oklahoma City |
contained tlie following item from a
A BRILLIANT AFFAIR.
About two months ago Mis
JUDGE BURFORD'S PLACE.
An Enthusiastic Meeting and A De- fhe Elite of the City Royally Enter-
mand for Immsdiate Statehood.
tained at Hotel Rex Last Night.
Wednesday and Thursday have ]
j daughter of f. N. Horner, went back i,een red letter days in the history of A. pleasant and most enjoyable
to Newport, Ky., to take charge of shawnee, the city being tilled with dancing party was given last night
| the books of her cousin, W. H. Horn- visitors from all parts of the terri- at the Rex hotel, in which twenty-
er, who is in the grocery and provis- tory to attend the statehood conven- five couples of the city's best people
ion business, a day or so ago her tjun There were US delegates and participated. Mr. Cutter, the genial
father received a letter from her almost every county in the territory j proprietor, turned the hotel over to
trum which we are allowed to make j Wil8 represented by its beat and most ' the merrymakers for the evening and
the following extract: prominent citizens. Besides the the guests upon arriving were re-
"There has been very little wheat delegates, there were several hun- ceived by Mrs. r'. M. Cochran, who
sown here on account of drouth. 11 dred visitors present, all talking for escorted them to the spacious dining
elsewhere, have j
been writing U* department about tpr„ ;ujd au}:iU;u-v organisations, and
securing the appointment of justice
to succeed ;!.ifit>tice Bur* ord. Be
stated that he would not take up tKe
matter until Burford's time had ex-
pired, whicto will he liect May. Sfn
his private opinion, tht attorney
has been much dryer here than in
Oklahoma. The Ohio river was
never k«own to he so low. In some
places in Ohio they are going ten
miles fear water. I thick if some of
.there: and one year afterward ire one j general says that there reed be
day read a dispatch in a 'ewspaper
describing the burning ol the institu-
tion, and in the list of names of ! hose
who had perished in the flames war
that of his own daughter. He wrote
the sisters in charge, and, receiving
no answer, never again heard of hi*
i daughter and mourned her as deaci.
Yesterday noon, a young woman,
2H years old, stepped from the train
and as she did so was accosted by ;jb
aged man. They looked at each oth-
er a moment and then with a glad
* cry of "Kather'—Daughter!'anil with
tears in their eyes from excess of
happiness fell into each other's arms
with feelings only of a father who
had mourned a daughter as dead for
eighteen years, and a daughter who
had sought a father she had lost in
infancy and despaired of ever seeing
again and had given up forever the
divinest of human joy, that of know-
ing the warm love of a parent.
Miss Keiffer, of course, was not
among the dead as published in the
'newspapers, but the sisters took her
to San Francisco, where she became
a servant in one of the institutions
and has lived there ever since. She
remembered her father's name and
was always on a lookout to find him.
' Six weeks ago she wrote to Mayor
Davis, of Kansas City, it he knew the
whereabouts of W. M. Keiffer, and
the mayor sent news to a man in St.
Mary, Kansas, by the name of Keiffer
who proved to be a brother. Of
course, with this connection the
daughter and father soon found each
other's existence and yesterday sim-
ply verified the fact to one another
that each was alive.
j rush at this time tor the place >vv
held by Burford. Among those wlvse
. friends are nervous abont the matt
and who have been looking for
appointment are CoioneJ Forrest, of
| El Reno; Pat Nagle, of Kingfisher:
Tom Wampkr, of Enid: I. W. .lohn-
I son, Oklahoma City: J. S. Kenton, of
Judge Thomas Wesley Wamplet is
' not a citizen of Enid. Ke is now lo-
| cated in Chicago, but of course tiiat
j fact don't prevent Tom from try.-ng
j to get Judge Burford's place.
at a recent convention of the
Knigiiti of Columbus, luild at Hart-
ford. is was decr.ded to admit wonen
to uiuaibership An that order. The
moven.ent is growing.
The woman's.-edition <*£ the Chicago
Journal is the greatest newspaper so I the Wave froa
far issued in th^s country under the ; catf s about the
The convention tnet at II p. m. i
Wednesday and remained in session
until a late hour of the night, being
followed by a grand ball and banquet
the Oklahoma people v ho are dissat- tendered the visitors by the citizens
isfied were here a short ..iine they 0f shawnee.
would soon go hack better contented, j j \r. Adtnire, of Kingfisher, was
Mom . matters are juvt :-s close here chairman and U. Q. Blakney, of Okla-
as there. All our poople are living ^nrna city was secretary.
on borrowed *ioney and they think it was nearly 10 o'clock last night
as much of a nickle a« we do ol a dol- *.),en the committee on resolutions
lar.' j reported a majority report favoring
Yrs go bi ftt i f you want to. statehood with such boundaries as
A private fetter tn> the editor of congress thought best, the minority
saiikf. condition of af-
full ctarge of the ladies. Tt is strving-
j ilt. I er than most e have «een, as if re-
tains the distinctive features of the
;o back if you aje dis-
per, while giving room for the j
jatmentof subjects in u.hich
women are mot t interested.
They say w«E3an is not much «>f an
inventor, but a new .bicycle tire,
which is said fay be an &nprove ent
over tJiose in general uc«e, has been
invented and patented ky Miss E. S.
Hutcfcins, of Bi^ Rapid., Michigan.
In the middle oi the rim of an wdi-
HOW OSAGES MAKE LOVE. nary style of pneumatic rubber tire
An Osage buck does hiscourting by ,'s a groove- into which is fitted a
hanging around the girl's tent on
horseback, looking at her and watch-
ing her, but no word is spoken. All
day he will sit on his horse a few rods
away from the tent, and then return
early the next morning and sit there
with the stoicism and silence of a
sentinel. When the girl finally goes
to him he knows that it will be all
right if he can pay the price.
The price varies. Sometimes a
buck can buy a good wife for two
horses and a dozen skins. At times
when the demand is lively half a doz-
en horses is required to pay for this
expensive luxury, if, on the other
smaller tire of leather, which, it is
laimed, is muck more da.rable than
Arrested for Peddling.
Sfr. H. L. Lair, a farmer living six-
teen miles southeast of the city, came
to the WAVK office ti,'is p. in. rather
warm under the Col'Uir having: been
arrested for peddling. Lair c.i'ine in
with some dressed pork ani! beef
which he solo! to the meat markets
and restaurants. On*- of the meat
market men had hiita .u "stei for
peddling the meat our ti, i he r.Mtau-
rant people. He war fined >e .fit
and only a little cost, - icon
fiftv one cents in all.
the present style of all rubber tires j OJudge Hill would not have fou
while equally elastic and light.
A lady mall carrier is not met up
with every day of the year, by any
means, hut McDonald county has a
lady mail carrier in the person of
Miss Ellen Haines. She carries the
IJuited States mail from Pineville to
Rocky Comfort, a distance of twenty-
two miles. She makes the trip from
one point to the other every day ex-
cept Sunday, making three round
trips a week, delivering the mail on
good time. She drives a two-horse
report asking for single statehood
After a red hot debate of an hour
.the majority report which is as fol-
low- was adopted:
■"Resolved, That the people of
Oklahoma territory without istinc
tion of party assembled in delegation
at Shawnee on Dec. 5, 181)5; for the
par pose considering the statehood
question, earnestly urge upon the
congressuf the United States at its
present session, to pass an enabling
act providing for the admission of
Oklahoma as a state with such
boainlarieins in the wisdom of con-
gress will befit subserve the cause of
The minority report wa* prepared
•muel Crocker, and was as '
room, which was soon a scene of un-
usual gayety, as the lovers of dancing
were disposing of waltzes. polkas,
stately minuet, and the numerous
other fantastlcs familiar to them,
in rapid succession, the floor being
in excellent condition and the music
grand and inspiring. A few choice
quadrille changes were called off by
Mr. Cutter. The few of the guest*
who don't dance played whist in an
Mrs. Cochran was ably assisted tti
entertaining by Mrs. P. T. i'etere.
Our people all know of the gracious
gift of entertaining possessed by
these two charming ladies, hence, ' ...
is necl'ws compliment t
our Teak way.
The violin and guitar music by
Messrs. Harvey and Burr was much
praised, the prettiest melodic of the
day being played and in perfect time.
A nice banquet was served ir>>ar>-
other room, consisting of oyste"*;
cake and coffee, everything being
served up in the best style by Mr.
Cutter's efficient corps of waiters,
and much relished by all.
It was altogether a mgst enjoyable
affair and when the fun was over
all felt that the evening had iudeei>
been well spevt.
Those present, if we missed none.
ther part with her. But she was a
professional beauty. The happy
bridegroom has yince offered to let
her goat a much reduced price.—
The Santa Fe, Oklahoma Fort Sill Leader.
& Western railroad,
NEW BOOM COMPANY.
hand, the market is flooded, a very hack, and, besides carrying the mail
fair specimen of a wife may be she carries passengers and express,
brought into camp for a horse and and attends to the business promptly
two plugs of tobacco. When the j and accurately. Miss Haines is
beauty of the tribe was married last j about 22 years old, tall and slender,
year, it took two rifles, thirteen! and is considered rather good look-
horses, cartridges and a gallon I ing. Her features denote a firm cour-
of whiskey to make her devoted fa- ] ageous character. Her attire differs
very little from that worn by other
women excepting her hat, which has
a broad rim, resembling somewhat
the hat worn by cowboys. She car-
ries a six shooter on the seat by her
company has been
charter by Secretary
Its objects are to build and operate
railroads through Oklahoma, the Jn-
dian territory and other states. To
assist persons to secure lands, home-
steads, mining claims, city and town
CUT HIS THROAT.
We learn that a young man, known j
as Dutch Seaber, living on Ninth j
street, attempted suicide this morn-'
ing by cutting his throat with a razor
The first woman to graduate from
the New York Medical College for
| Women was Dr. Annie Fox, now Dr.
Annie Fox-Rooney. She is one of the
TT , ! most prominent of Illinois club wo-
He and hts brother have been staving! , .. ,, . M,
-, f' ; men, and practices in Qmncy, 111.
The Kansas woman is claiming all
lots: to organize, perfect and operate ! n>i.'ht and found matters had not been | tllc Pr0,ld Prlvlle^ej! o£t-lu' voter 111
morning 1 the llne of °mce- In Ulley county a
' woman lias been made county
at home while their mother was
Kansas. Mrs. Seaber returned last I
townsite companies, either corporate j going just right, and this
or non-corporate, and to locate, plat j she accused the older brother, Dutch,
o a general townsi: i i of learning
and suryey and do
business and to locate and develops
mineral claims, to operate, develope ! at once went after the razor to slash j
the younger brother toj
Dutch became enraged and I
and acquire thereto, and to do a gen-I somebody and began on himself by' In speaking of free homes for the
eral mining business, with a capital ' carving his throat. Dr. Brengle was people of the Cherokee strip the
stock of $1,600,(MX). Its principal immediately called, and found that ; Kingfisher Times says:
office is located in I'erry. The to!-1 he had cut into his wind pipe and was "Concerning free homes forsettlers
lowing board of directors has been . bleeding profusely, but the wound | Oklahoma has no monopoly of the
John Blown, Perry; P. J. Meiner,
Pawnee; A. A. Kellogg, Clinton, Mo.;
L. T. Shockey, Perry; U. S. Reaves,
Guthrie; It. Conover, Arapahoe: H.
S. Johnston, Perry: E. J. Glendennidg
Marena: Jesse Campbell, Guthrie.
is not serious and hi
will recover. thing. Whether the bill which Mr.
Flynn fathers, will gain support by
reason of other applications of simi-
! lar character, or will lose because of
the enormously increased burden, as
A boy in school near Streator has
been suspended for reading the fol-1 many congressmen will view it, that
lowing essay: "Pants are made for \ the United States is asked to assume
men and not men for pants. When without compensation, is the ques-
guilty as rHanrfn • a man pants for a woman and a wo-1 t[on We quote below a Washington
t ao unAKutu, : man pants for a man, then it's a pair; (lis.)atch whlch svlms up thc sltu.
Perry, O. i\. Dec. I The jury In of pants. Such pants can't last.
the case of the United States vs Sam j Pants are like molasses, they are,' .,t happens that Pickler of South
Lee, charged with perjury, after be- j thinner in hot weather and thicker
ing out all night, returned Into court
this morning with a verdict of guil-
This is one of tue most noted cases
that has ever been tried in the Cher-
okee strip and great credit is due to
Assistant United States Attorney T.
F. McMechan for the able manner in
which he handled the case, ilis clos-
ing speech elicited praise from all
who heard it.
This is only the commencement of
a great number of perjury prosecu-
tions, which the district attorney will
now take hold of and prosecute-
to a litilsh.
•f. D. Mlnton can make a few good
• loans. w4H3t
In cold. The man
Dakota, has some free home business
the moon ; t0 attend to, and he is making the
changes his pants during the eclipse, chase for the senate on that Issue in
Don't you go to the pantry for pants: | hu Mtate, He is coming in with
you might be mistaken in pants, and
such mistakes make breech
state. He is coming In
grand rush for a few million dollars.
l! Hartuian, of Montana is in the same
promise. There is much discussion flx; and delegations from Idaho and
as to whether pants Is singular or Washington have the same trouble,
plural. When a man wears pants The aggregate is about $100,000,000,
they are plural, and when he doesn't Oklahoma's share being about
wear pants it is singular.-Streator j #2o,000,000. This forms a union of
guilty if he had not pleaded guilty.
There is one thing certain that
such ordinances are not strictly to
the best interests of the city as it is
calculated to : make t^nemies of the
farmers and do the business men
more harm than the little money col-
lected on fines amount to. Farmers
should be given the freedom of the
city in disposing of their products,
any other policy is not only unjust
but injurious to the best interests of
The Townsite Board Gone.
Today the Enid Townsite Board
No. !) ceased to exist, the business
being turned over to the Guthrie
board. This ends the townsite board
business in the strip, the Guthrie
hoard having in charge all the tail
ends of the townsite business.
The Wave's relations with the gen-
tlemen composing the townsite board
hare been pleasant indeed, and it is
a pleasure for us to state that they
retire leaving a clean record behind | waB adopted by only ten majority
them, Messrs. < undifl and Wood Resolutions were also adopted
will remain in the city. Mr, Cundiff
will practice law: Mr. Wood will go
into business here. Mr. Clapp will
return to his old home in "old Vir-
ginny." Mr. Clapp has made many
friends in Enid since he came among
That we the peo
«_ n ilory, inconventu
semi. vn Oklahoma, De-
CTmuer > - tl.r- purpose of
considering . n of at . hood
earnestly urge i. :it cm Tress
of the United States
abling act for the purpo.
ing into a stite the Okiali.
The debate which ensued on ti,,
question of which one of these re-
ports to adopt, was one of forensic
eloquence and brilliant argument
seldom witnessed in a convention.
The majority report was championed
by Hons. Sidney Clarke, J. V. Admire
William ' Irirnes, Frank McMasters,
H. E. Havens, George Orner and oth-
ers, while the debate for the minority
report was led by Srimuel Crocker,
D. C. Lewis, C. R, Redicic, Pat Cassi-
ey, Judge Melton, S. B. Laune, Sam-
uel Murphy and others- and it was
such a close question that when the
vote was taken the majority report
Mi n ton,
Atkisnou. -y, x
ier, Russell. Hoigden, i.
pltt, Sherlie Hassler, Miller, tCh.js
.VitteialfVer, Goff, McLaughlin, Cut
Greer, W. Kennedy, Wit-,
lace, Pearson, R. Kennedy,*
v. as, Cromwell, Goff, W. B. John-
ston, .ialiey, Crawford, Young, Cur
ran, Millard, J. E. Johnston.
Those present from other town**
were the Misses Billings, Robberts
and Kirk and Messrs. Potter anA
Walker, of North Enid, and Mr. J. K.
Holllday, of Wichita.
LAND C C r TftlJ C ECiDF.
ing for the early opening of the
Wichita, Kiowa and Comanche coun-
tries: thank'ng the citizens of Shaw-
nee for their hospitality: endorsing
the call for the statehood convention
at Oklahoma City on January H. and
us a few months ago and all regret J thanking the officers of the conven
Last week the Rock Island agent
was held up at Comanche. He had
been out to a social and was return-
ing late to the depot, entered the sit-
ting room, when a man stepped out
from behind the door with a drawn
revolver and told him to "shell out
his money." The agent gave him
four dollars. Then thc robber told
him to open the safe of the company;
he replied that it was no use as there
was no money in it. The agent had
to open it and revealed nothing. The
robber gave the agent back his four
dollars and told him that he did not
want his money, that he wanted the
The attention of our readers is call-
ed to the ad of the Candy Kitchen
the only exclusive candy store in the
Cherokee strip, in another column.
They liaudle only home made
candies of the finest Kind. If you de-: jj
sire fine, fresh, sweet home made
candies for Christmas, don't fail to ]
call at the Candy Kitchen. Try his
goods and you will use no other. <Jive
him a trial.
tion for their services.
Hon. Sidney Clarke was re-elected
chairman of the statehood executive
committee and one member of that
body was elected from each county.
i Oklahoma—Sidney Clarke.
I Canadian—John I. Dille.
Kingfisher—E. L. Dean.
j Pott.—W. M. Melton.
Kay—H. D. Baker.
Washita—H. W. Bailey.
I Mills—J. II. Harrison.
i Blaine—A. L. Sweet
, Grant—J. II. Wilson.
' Woods-!'. R. Smith.
| Garfield—W. O. Cromwell.
| Cleveland—W. T. WalkeJ.
Noble—R. W. Southard.
D—W. G. McDonald.
j G—F. M. Saloer.
Woodward—S. B. Laune.
Beaver—T. M. States,
i Chickasaw—W. A. Ledbetter and
interests for the plan, but at the
Dr. Parker, of Cloud Chief, arrived
' ir. El Reno last night and reports
that he was held up and robbed while
enroute to this city from his home.
The Wave is proud to state that j -'U8^ before he arrived at Seger cross-
I Edmund Frantz, one of our best and j 'nK two mc'n start 3d out of the brush
I most enterprising citizens, deserves ;lm' ordered him to throw up
The Decision of the Local Land ofnee-
of Enid Affirmed in Several
Washington, Dec, 6—Acting Sec-
retary Reynolds today rendered de-
cisions on the following land contests
Frank Bowden vb Hubert M. Dor-
man, Kingfisher. Bowden's motion for
review denied, contest dismissed;
William B. Armor vs Peter Branu-
house, Oklohoma City, district decis-
ion affirmed, !and awarded to Armor;
A. J. Maxfleld, ex parte, Enid, decis-
ion affirmed and application to make
entry rejected; J. C. Corberand, ei
parte, Enid, decision affirmed, appli-
i cation to make entry rejected: J. G.
| Smith vs Philip Kline, decision re
versed, Kline's entry held intact; in
re. Richard Hurley, Enid district,
j decision affirmed, homestead entry
! rejected: W. H. Thacker vs Axel
, Swanson and L. II. Hiburn, S ) th Ok-
lahoma, case remanded to local office
for information as to whether injunc-
tion against Mrs. liiburn wr. n force
at the time of townsite entry- E. C.
Merrill ct al vs Mary E. Foreman and
town of El Re.io, decision affirmed,
lot I awarded to Mrs. Foreman anJ
Merrill's claim dismissed: W. N. Long
vs A. J. Willet, Oklahoma City, mo-
tion for review denied, land awarded
to defendant; Fielding S. Lewis vs J.
J. Jennings, Oklahoma City, elecisioa
affirmed, land awarded to Lewis; 1'.
S. Dewry vs A. F. Jackson, motion
for review denied, land awarded to-
Dewry; W. W. Parke and Eli ,i Kcc-
tor vs Valentine Rector, oklahoma
City, decision reversed, land a wandel
Mr. Crawford Clapp. pre
!), Of til «
I .ail thc credit for the building of a I hands. The doctor started to run j the late townsite board No.
Fooled With a Winchester. Kame time P"es " a total whlch | court house on the square. Had |t but when one of the men shot at him city, departed last mght ■ t his
Se)uth McAlester I T Dec ti- '"-v i«lt the members of the house Lot been for hU propo9ltlon to thc | he called a halt. They made him | home in Newton, Nor, Cirolin;,
While playing with a Winchester ! 'hoB,e con8tituent8 :lre not Peri0"- county commissioners the parties hold up his hands and went through j Mr Clapp made many ir e d- amony
rifle at At,toka today Milton Smith ?'"T In^rerted ln the ProP°«d leg!.- who prop0ie to build the court house I his pockets. They got *725 in cash I the young men of Enid who regret
aged eleven, accidentally shot and i would not have acted. They have to which the doctor was bringing to this his departure very much. Ihe
instantly killed his little brother. i do something to keep the county from | c't3r to 'umber to build a house. Weekly Wave follows
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