The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 4, 1898 Page: 3 of 8
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The Divisio.. of the School Land
Guthrie, Ok.. Aug. The com-
mon school fund derived from the
leasing of section 10 and 36, fur the
half year ending June30 has been ap-
portioned as follows: Beaver county
school population 909, 8563.61; Blaine
2,293, *304.97; Canadiai. 4,270, $1,238.-
30: Cleveland 5,278, $1,530.62; Custer
1,804, $523.16: D 1,053, $299.57; Day 244,
$70.76; Garfield 4,904. $1,422.16; Grant
4,455, $1,291.95; Greer 2,513, $728.17;
Kay 4,983, $1445.07; 'Kingfisher 5,354,
$1,552.56; Lincoln 6,868, $1,991.72; Lo-
gan 9,207, $2,090.03: Noble 2,808, $814.-
32; Oklahoma 6,4't5, $2,883.55; Pawnee
3,260, #945,40; Payne 5,564, $1,613,56;
Pottawatomie 7,886, $2,286.94; Roger
VI ills 581, $168.49. Washita 2,561, $742-
09; Woods 8,048. $2,333.92; Woodward
1,267, $367.43; total school population,
90,585, amount of fund $26,369.65. The
amount received per capita was
Just over the line in Kansas the
railroads are assessed fifty per cent
higher than in Oklahoma. Over on
the Kansas side other property is as-
sessed at one-third its cash value
On the Oklahoma side all property
other than railroad is assessed at its
full cash value. On the Kansas side
of the line every family has exempt
from taxation $200 worth of proper-
ty. On the Oklohoma side of that
imaginary line, nothing is exempt
These facts present powerful argu-
ments for statehood.—Times-Journal.
Oh yes, but statehood wouldn't
stop the looting of the peoples
money. Men in Oklahoma are as
prone to loot as the hogs are to
root and it makes very little differ-
ence in what way you try to trap
them they will loot anyhow. State-
hood would check the present system
of stealing but would inaugurate a
new system more tiresome than the
present one. Of course, the people
would get a lick at the thieves at
the ballot box but it would be just
like t> e people to elect the biggest
thief in the puddle just because he
was a thief which many people call
a bright smart good fellow.
Miss Blanchf Lessenger is the
proud owner of a line i ew wheel.
The fourth ;iage of this paper is il-
lustrated. Fifty pretty pictures.
It is reported that Col. Watnpler
will return to Enid a? an evangelist.
Every other man our reporter
meets now days is a stranger in
A bountiful shower fell last night.
Every thing out of doors was wet this
Miss Katie Haight who is quite
sick at her home on First street is
reported better today.
Miss Delia Hughes, of Wichita,
is visiting with her cousin, Mrs. F. W.
Buttrey, on Quality Hill.
Linen suits were shelved this morn-
ing for a time the cool damp air call-
ing for something heavier.
The fourth page of the Daily and
the eighth page of the Weekly is il-
lustrated. Fifty handsome pic-
Earl Young anij his wife departed
night before last for Carthage, Mis-
souri, where they will make their
Yesterday Lee Haight had the
feather edge of his high collar honed
so that it would keep his neck shaved
D. Donovan has returned from Om-
aha where he had been taking in the
exposition. He reports it a grand
This rain will start the wheat to
growing in the stalk again which
will irritate the ingrowing toenails
of the farmers.
Four daily newspapers have with-
in the last few days raised their sub-
scription rates, viz: The Mansfield,
O., Daily News, the Johnstown, Pa.,
Daily Democrat and the two daily
papers at Benton Harbor, Mich.
The reason offered in each case is
the increased cost in the price of
print paper, since the formation of
the paper trust, and the largely in-
creased expenses incident to the
The Fair Association
The Fair Association held an in-
teresting meeting last night. The
committee on bylaws reported and
after considerable doctoring here
and there the laws were adopted.
Owing to the late hour after the
association adopted the laws the
meeting adjourned until Thursday
night when the officers will oe elect-
ed. Under the law enacted last
night at least one fourth of the
stock must be represented in a meet-
ing to do business.
It was thought that lot jumping
was a misdemeanor of the past in
Jonesville, but it seems that sorrel
mule McMillen thinks it a good
scheme yet as he refused to pay his
landlord rent, next refused to move
out of the house, next jumped it and
put a llitte shack addition to it in
the night time. The people of Jones-
ville should sit down on McMillen's
dishonest work or there will be more
lots jumped in Josey.
C. L. Carson of Blood, Edwards
county, Illinois arrived in Garfield
county last week accompanied by
his wife, baby and brother. They
drove through with two teams
h iving left their old home June 20th.
They think of buying property, but
fur the present they will locate on
1-ased land three miles east and
live south They are' stopping with
t iieir Uncle J. L. Carson of Hack-
lier y Township.
Charley King has caught ou to a
i :w scheme. His lake is chock full
offish but Charley don't have^time to
ti-h them out, hence, he procured a
li ilfR dozen ducks and tied fish '.ine^
to theiralegs with bated hooks there-
on and every evening those
come trailing Koine'with'a ur of
fish tied to their legs.
i v this is .i fish story; il .
Hub Crawford has become awfully
absent minded. He knocked at his
own kitchen door yesterday and tried
to sell his wife a bill of goods.
Rev. Sherwood of Union City, is in
Enid this week visiting with old
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L Reger left yes-
terday morning fjr Gueda Springs,
Kansas, where they will remain for a
few weeks for the benefit of Mrs Re-
The framework of the new Bap-
tist church going up on the corner of
E and West Boundary street; looms
up high above its surroundings.
Miss Bessie Truitt returned from
El Reno where she has been visiting
the past month, Saturday night. She
reports a most enjoyable visit.
Spring past: the summer is almost
ended and still a good west road has
not been provided which induces the
western farmer to seek other towns
J. Blummfield &Co. have leased the
vacant building on North Boundary
street just east of the North Side ho-
tel and will open up a stock of gents'
clothing and furnishing goods in a
E. E. Glasscock an attorney of
Lincoln, Nebraska is in the city in
the interest of a threshing machine
manufactory who are trying to dig
out some money on notes given up
in old mortgage ridden Kansas.
C. V. Gannoway and wife return-
ed from St. Louis Monday morning.
They report having a real nice visit
and their brother convalescing. Mr.
Gannoway has been employed in the
dry goods department of the Herze-
berg & Co's store and is on duty.
A CALF YAP.
The Enid Wave accused a man of
selling liquor, but after a more
serious thought it apologized.—
Seriously speaking and seriously
thinking the Wav«o is quite certain
it didn't do any such a thing and it
is also quite certain that the above
item is the most foolish, most unin-
teresting nonsensical item it ever
read in any paper in the world.
Educate Your Bowels With Cascarets
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation
forever. 10c. If O. C. C. fail, drug
ists refund money.
n V.ood t
Old Sol h
.n i i jti.
. i us a clean skin. No
< 'ascarets, Candy
;ir blood and keep
ng up the lazy liver
(purities from ti:e
today to banish
it'.-', hlackhca 1 ■
beauty for ten
(Continued from l ist, week.i
*19 A H Fisher Juror V court 3 00 allowed
420 St-I to Capital I'tR, Co. Sup. 2.14
421 Louisa L Cromwell Akso R\ imo '
C2 K Madole janitor court housed i d
423 Elmer Johnson, Asso. F.\. t) 00 '
424 W. M. Anderson, g'ds for poor 10 50
425 J. L. McCracken. juror 100 '
42C> C. A. Carlson, witness P. C. 2 "Odis'
427 Stale Capital Ptg Co. Sup. 8:i.2n
428 Leader Ptg. Co. supplies 17.80
4211 J E. Smith witness 1' court ii ."rildls '
430 Jas Jollies Judife election iFSfl 2 00
431 Palmer Brandow, goods for Co. Irt.l -
4:13 Basil tee caring for H. Grant S1B4-J50 '
434 J T tiist. At. on board 1 nsanlty ii On
435 c F champion services Ken. Co SIH jlO'
43« J. A. Tagpart making tax roll KSI0-?I75 '
437 John Peterson coal for county 88 (Hi
438 O. D Hubbell Sal <s Co Atty 1 «7
439 K H. Mott juror P court fid
441 A I Wade witness I' court 2 10 di• '
442,Henry Harrel, oil for county 0 80 '
444 Will K. llutts, extra jail guard 18 00 (lis 1
445S Trekell & Rounds Llir f.ir Co 10
447 Gar. co Imp. Co, rent court II. 400 00
448 Ju«. A. Taggart Pt. Sal co elk 11400
440 " T' ' " " 157 00
A 450 J. C. Dillon overseer poor 31 60 '
451 1 pt sal county vu 100
452 32 ">.)
454 V J conaghan overseer poor 3qr25 ."'I
455 . , , . ^ r|r
458 ' ' Sal Co com 82 50
457 J Flynn garding Insane 4 00 11 00
458 J W chaney board of pauper is 4.1 '
450 S 11 Peters Sal co com, 4th qr 97 02 r.u
480 " overseer poor 3 &4 qr 87 50 :'5
481 Jas. Jas.gpurlock Stil co Supt. 233f>0
482 M A Kelso Supt Board Health 12 t > dl-t
48:; •' CO. Phys 4th qr 97 88 75
484 Murphy Carroll & Brough
goods for county poor 7178 '
485 Jos. Benton work In court room 1 00
468 Logan & Kennedy, merchandise
for poor 38 08 '
487 Murphy Carroll & Brough
merchandise for poor 4 00 '
488 F W McDougall juror cor. In 2 00 dl* '
480 JBishop, sheriffs fees 425 %
470 RS Madole pt SahJan. I)ec«7 1500
47 1 10 (K)
482 B T Thompson soods co. poor 20 30
473 Wave Pub Co Sup. P. Jtn!g< 23 50 "8 00
The minutes were read and approved
whereupon the Board took a recess till Mon
day July 18,1898. S. H. Pterins. Ohm.
Aitost:—Jas. A .Taoqart. co.clerk.
By B. F. Bcfhkgton, Deputy
MONDAY, July 1". 189,i.
Board met this 18th day ot July 1898, at 9
o'clock a. m. as per recess taken this being
the 8th day of the regular Juiv 1898 term.'
Members piesent, S. II. Peters, Chal-man,
V. J. Conaghan and J. C. Dillon,
The following proceedings were had towlt:
On motion the following order is made by
This board having been Informed that Mrs,
M. E. Palmer, of Logan township is about to
remove from the county, this board therefore
orders that the sheriff lie notified to proceed
to collect the taxes for 1898 upon t he property
ofiMrs M. E. Palmer in the sum of $14.24 that
being the amount due on said property f ir
It appearing that there is a vacancy in the
office of trustee of North Enid twp. caused by
the resignation of John Jenson, It is hereby
ordered that Gerhard J Regler he appointed
to fill said vacancy and is ordered to qualify
and file bond within 10 days. Said bond was
presented,approved at d ordered tiled.
The following bills were examined appr >v-
edand warrants ordered drawn on the prop-
474 Wave PubCoSupCoclk. Sfl 10?5.:tfl allowed
475 " •' Sheriff 10 50 '
478 • ' Dis. Clk 22.50 14 00 '
477 ' ' Co clerk 9 00 '
578 R S Madole, extra work $18 10 00 '
Mr. Dillon voting against the allowance of
479 Wm. Cawood clerk of election 2 00 allowed
480 Guthrie Leader Sup for Co. 10 70
481 State Capital I'tg Co 53 00 '
482 ' 83 25 •
A 483 Joseph Vincent Wit. P, C. 4 70dis'
484 John Vincent w.tness ' 4 70 dis '
485 J D Bennett juror ' 2 50
488 L \ Publer Juror D C 8 50
487 Frank Feger jail guard 18200 dis '
488 Miller & Loudon, work on
county Attorney's office 7 00 '
489 C W Miller, juror inquest case I 00 '
490 M Roach boarding prisoners 84 (.0
491 " justice fees 410
492 J Z Bishop, Sheriff's fees 2150
493 E. B. Cannon guarding insane 2 00
494 Bray & Patrick printing 150
405 Chas King, stove and lamps 21 00
408 Wm. And rson P C fees 4th '07 215 90 '
497C. O. Richardson clk. election 2 00 '
498 I) E Ilari er judge election 2 08
499 G. F Rhodes Ser, as constable 27 45 laid ov,
50 State Capital I'tg Co 39 10 allowed
501 ... 77 25 1
502 O. D Hubbell Sal O i Atty 83 33
503 llenry Ferris witness fee 1 30 dis '
504 S E Carrier inspector of Elee. 8 00 '
505 H A Lee petit juror 1 50
508 M. Sherman, use of house
for election 2 50
507 Frank Roiar, witness PC 1 :t0
508 State Capital Ptg Co. supplies 9 30
509 ' ' 42 50
510 J. D, Cunningham, Sal Co Tr. 450 00
A511 D K Mullens judge election 2 00 '
512 P S Kirk, coal for county 20 1)0
513 John Peterson coal for Co. 02 00 '
514 L J Downey Juror P court 2 50 '
515 Steve Eads " " 2 70
518 R S Madole building sidewalk 12 00 '
517 " extra Jan, " 850 dis'
518 " pt janitor work 14 50 '
519 " " " ' 1150
320 Frank Feger jailor 82 00 dis '
521 M Roach hoarding prisoners 58 00
522 State capital Ptg Co Tp Sup 25 75
523 J W Harris constable $3 00 laid over
524 O D HubbellSal Co Atty .Ian '98 8333 '
525 G W Fairgrleve Supt did H'lth 18 00 dis'
52' 1500 dis'
5.7 1800dis '
528 H L McAfee, justice fees 2 15
529 J W Harris constable fees$7 laid over
531 S A Akins sheriff Noble Co 5115, laid over
The board now took a recess till 1 o'clock
The board met as per recess taken, all
members being present:
The tax matter of Dr. Burnett now coming
on for hearing andi all parties being present
the board proceeded to take testimony in the
case after which the case is takem under ad-
The following bills were examined approv-
ed and warrants ordered drawn on the prop-
A532 J. W. Harris, posseman
Crandall case H 00 laid over
533 A A McAfee posseman
Crandall case 4 00 laid over
5:14 F Sterling, wit.Inquest case 1 00 dis-AI.
533 J. C. P. Moore, Stenographer
crandall case 5.73 laid over
contlnuod to next week.
Notice to Receive Bids.
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids wl 1
be received until Saturday, Aug. 13, ls'.'H at
10 o'clock a. m. for one car load of white oak
piling not loss that 18 nor more than 24 feet
in length and not less thnn six inches In di-
ameter at smaller end, to he delivered at
Enid on or before the 1st day of September,
1898 and bill to be allowed at October session
in warrants drawn on the road and bridge
The board will not recelvo the above piling
on track, but thesamo must he kept. In stock
by parties to whom bid 1^ ..warded.
The board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
Enid O. T. Aug 1, 1898.
Jas, A. Taijoakt, Co. clerk,
By B. F. Rcffington Deputy
Imperialism will not affect the Ok
lahoma congressional . auipaign tuis
fall any more than tr,; Oklahoma
marine laws atTi ,*t ..r m til
Gulf of Mo>. .co.
H. E. Diehl & Co.
Dealers in all kinds of shelf hardware, tinware, stoves, etc.
Pumps, Mowing machines, Plows
Wind mills, Grain drills Harness.
Corn shellers, Disks.
Come and see us
when in need of anything in our line. We aim to please,
Opera house block, Enid, O. T.
see our stock of implements you'll say that it is com-
plete and we assure you the prices are right. Examine the
Peter Schuttler wagon before you buy. Nothing better can
be made until the pattern is changed. We
in car loads. Of course they're cheaper, though they cost moret
first. You'll need a plow soon, won't you? Let us put au X Kays sulky or
gang in your field against the world for draft and work. Have you run it.
to plow deep than shallow in the long run.
We move about the 15th of July and will sell cheap to
reduce stock. We will locate on the corner of E street and
Third and shall be glad' to see yon there. We shall
still sell Buggies, Perkins wind mills, Pumps.
Tanks, Buckeye Mowers, Hay-racks and
Ashurst drills—best on earth. If we are right
it will pay you to trade here, and they
our goods and prices are all right. Till the 15th at
the old stand, tnen on the corner east. Drop in any time.
Harness - Shop.
Saddles, Harness, whips
and everything in the har-
ness line for sale by us at the
lowest rate. G-ive us a call.
FRED LUFT. E St. Enid O. T
An adjourned meeting of
the Democratic County Cen-
tral committee will be held at
the court house Saturday,
August 6th. A full attend-
ance of the committee is de-
sired to perfect final arrang-
ments for the holding of a
county convention to nomi-
nate county officers.
N. B. Chump Chairman.
If a man has dyspepsia his wife
generally suffers more from it than
If an original idea struck some men
it would simply paralyze them.
If eyery man would light as he talks
the earth would soon become depopu-
If cleanliness Is next to godliness
soap ought to possess the odor of
If dreams are of no earthly use
they at least don't bother a uian
when he's busy.
If a man could reatl his own biog-
raphy it would surprise him more
than it would anyone else.
If a marih)oi:- up hi family tree he
I i sure to dii-vovei tnoiikejs 011 ^ome
I •>< the hi .' h < . ico Nev.' .
Mr. A. C. Wolfe, of Dundee, Mo.,
who travels for Man&ur & Tibbetts,
Implement Co., of St. Louis, gives
traveling men and travelers in ^ene
rai, some good advice. "Being a
Knight of the Grip," he says, "I have
for the past tnree years made it a
rule to keep myself supplied with
Chamberlaiu's Colic, Cholera and Di-
arrhoea Remedy and have found num-
erous occasions to test its merits, and
not only on myself but others as well
X can truly say that I have never,
in a single instance have known it to
fail. I consider it one of the best
remediestravelerscan carry audc^uld
relates many instances wher/ I have
used the remedy on skeptlcs/rnuch to
their surprise and relief. I hope
every traveling man in the U. S.
will carrv a bottle of this remedy in
his grip." For sale by all druggists.
The Enid Market.
Whe at—52 to 54cts.
Oats—20 to 25cts.
Eggs5i to 7cts.
Broom corn $25 to $'10.
Spring chickens 7 to Acts
Corn—25 to 30c ts.
Alfalfa $4.00 to $5.00.
Blackberries 10 cts a qti 111
Hogs $300 to 325
Castor heins DOcts.
B'or the bendi- of ourd. i1
we will publish the coir:"
proceedings in the I>.• !!><■•
fourth page: the fit-t ti,.'
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