The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 10, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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nid Weekly w ave.
it waves, surges, roars and rebounds, only to come back again with greater force for enid, garfield county, oklahoma and democracy.
Vol. 9—-No. 14.
Enid, Oklahoma Territory, Thursday, April 10, 1902.
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already famous "Harvard Rye" to the notice of all the people, we will from about
April 1 st, give away one full quart of the "Famous Harvard Rye" every night
for sixty (60) nights. Every time vou bu\ a drink, half pint, pint, quart, half
gallon or gallon of "Harvard Rye" we give you a numbered coupon—every coupon
is good for one chance at the Quart of Harvard draw every night. Some one gets
a quart every night. Try it. It costs you nothinjj for a chance—whenever you
buy, you get a ticket. When you call on us, ask for a sample bottle of "Famous
Harvard Rye." It is free.
Hotel Donly Bar.
For a New Suit of Clothes or a Pair of
Trousers go to
F\ G ZIETZ,
PERFECT FIT at
Don't make a mistake.
F. G. Zietz, Practical Tailor S
Xo. 1005 Maine St. Upstairs.
:i-2i2w South Side of Square.
A car load of flowers, plants of all
kinds just received at Harrel & Har-
rel. At Singer office north side.
• Wields a Sharp Ax.
Millions marvel at the niutitude of
of maladies cut off by Dr. King's New
Life Pills the most distressing to
Stomach, Liver and Bowel troubles
Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Jaundice
Billiousness, Fever. Malaria, all fall
before these wonder workers. 25c at
German Pharmacy drug store.
Deering Binders, Mowers, Headers
| and combined push machines at the
| White Corner. 3-13 d&wlm
j An ounce of prevention is worth a
V j pound of cure, and a bottle of BAL-
X l LAD'S HOREHOUND SYUUP used
j in time is worth a staff of physicians
with a drug store or two included.
Call for Democratic Convention to Nomi-
nate Delegate to Congress April 22,
at Enid 0. T.
Whereas, at a regularity called
meeting of the Democratic Territori-
al Central Committee held in Okla-
homa City, Oklahoma territory, on
February 28th, 1902 convened for
general purposes, it was officially
decided by said committee that there
should be held at the city of Enid,
Garfield county Oklahoma Terrritory,
on the 22nd day of April 1902, a dele-
gate convention of the Democratic
party of Oklahoma Territory for the
purpose of selecting a nominee of
said party for Delegate to Cofigress,
and that the basis of representation
therein should be, in the old counties
of the Territory, one vote for each
one hundred votes or major fraction
thereof cast for the Hon. R. A. Neff
in the year 1900 for Delegate to Con-
gress and that the three new coun-
ties should respectively have votes
as follows: Comanche, twenty, Cad-
do seventeen, and Kiowa seventeen
and it was further recomended by
said committee that primaries or
county caucuses to be held in each
county on Saturday April 12, 1902, for
the purpose of selecting delegates
thereto, at which all qualified voters
who supported the Hon. R. A. Neff
and are in full accord with the princi-
ples of the National Democratic plat-
form adopted in Kansas City in 1900
be allowed and invited to partici-
Now therefore, in accordance with
<aid proceedings and in compliance
with the instructions of said commit-
tee We, Win. M. Anderson, as chair-
man, and Verde V. Hardcastle, as
secretary, of said Democratic Terri-
torial Central Committee do hereby
call a Convention of the Democratic
party of the Territory of Oklahoma
to meet and assemble at the
city of enid, tuesday, april
for the purpose of selecting a candi-
date and nominee of said party for
Delegate to Congress, a territorial
committee and for other general con-
vention purposes, for the interest of
That the basis of representation of
the various counties in said conven-
tion shall be, as above stated, and
they shall be entitled to delegates as
THE CITY SOLANS.
Great Republican Victory in the Cilj
Without a Struggle Exempli-
fied Last Night.
lodger, Mill.... 7
Blaine . . 8
oo^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Price 25 and 50 cents.
J. FLEMING, President.
H. LETSON, Cashier.
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
Oldest bank in County.
Do a General* Banking Business.
Watch this Space. It will be occu-
pied by add of
The New Furniture Man,
To be. Furniture and Undertaking
Cbcap fix cur son Kates.
The Rock Island Railway announces
cheap excursion rates to the follow-
ing points on their line:
To Salt Lake City on account of
the Elks meeting of the grand lodge,
tickets on sale Aug. 7, 8, and 9.
To Minneapolis, Minn, on account of
Educational association July 5 and 6.
To Los Angeles, Cal., meeting of
Women's clubs, April 22 to 27th.
T# San Francisco on account of the
Mystic Shrine, June 2 to 7
To San Francisco on account of
biennial meeting of
Pythias, Aug. 3 to 8.
Cleaned, Pressed, Dyed
First Class Cleaning Shop
Ladles Clothing in silk or wool cleaned
or dyed, kid gloves, cleaned or dyed.
Give me your order.
3-15 1.09 East Broadway, Enid, O. T.
(Ml voters qualified under the action
of said comittee to participate there-
in are invited to take part in the
choosing of delegates in their res-
pective counties and are reminded
of the recommendation of said com-
mittee that county primaries or con-
ventions be held on April 12th to
choose the same.
A meeting of the Democratic Ter-
ritorial committee will be held at the
said city of Enid on April 21, 1902.
All Democratic papers are request-
ed to copy.
W. M. Anderson, Chairman.
Verde V. Hardcastle, Secy.
Twin Territories, the Indian majfa-
ilne, is steadily increasing in popular
ity with each new issue under its new
management. It is a forty page mag-
azine, edited by Miss Ora V. Eddie-
man. at Muskogee, and is full of read-
ing matter that the resident of Indian
Territory and Oklahoma will enjoy,
articles pertaining to affairs of the
two territories, stories, poems, etc.,
written by territory people, and is
illustrated with scenes photographed
here. Every home in these two terri-
tories should have this magazine, it
will be sent to any address one year
for one dollar, or six months for fifty
cents. Address Twin Territories,
Muskogee, I. T.
DEMOCRACY NOT DISCOURAGED.
The New City Council Organized Lasi
Night—Democrats Given Notice
That They Need Not Ap-
ply for Anything.
Yesterday afternoon the city coun-
cil met, as the law directs, to canvass
the vote of the late city election and
declare the result. The returns were
found regular outside of the election
of two members of the school board
from the third ward. After receiving
legal advice the council concluded
that John C. Moore, who was elected
for a two years term one year ago,
was eligible to still remain a member
of the school board regardless of the
fact that he had ceased to reside in
the third ward. The law in relation
to members of the school board.,
makes no provision for the retirement
of a member of the board, unless he
should remove from the school dis-
trict. which Mr. Moore did not do, he
is still a resident of the school dis-
trict. This action knocked out Dr.
Mudgett in the premises: but the doc-
tor was very willing to retire, hence,
this portion of the election has been
Of course, as the recent election
resulted in the election of a majority
of republican members of the citj
cuuncil, brought out republican su-
premacy last night and one of the
first things they did was to make the
boiler plate Eagle the official organ
of the city. The Wave approves oi
this action as no party can be success-
ful if it does not treat the press of the
party right. Ari the republicans have
two majority in the council now the
Eagle is certainly entitled to the
printing. Of course the Wave's
heart strings are lacerated on the
loss of Eugenepmore in this direction.
The council allowed the regular
monthly bills against the city.
Various subjects and petitions were
discussed but no action taken. Coun-
cilman Gannon advised the strictest
economy in the administration of the
city during the ensuing year ami
Councilman Messall coincided with
his ideas for the tirst time in three
There is very little politics in the
line of duty of the c^ty council; the
work is more of a business proposi-
tion and if they do the work well in
looking after the best intesestsof the
people, giving all a benefit from the
money extracted from them through
taxation, the Wave will stand by
MUCH LIKE IH#
A large supply of the
very latest patterns of wall
paper just received ^t the
Gem Pharmacy. Examine
our stock before making
your spring wall paper
Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, lum-
bago and sciactic pains, yield to the-
penetrating influence of BALLARDS
sn( AY LINIMENT. Price 25 and .'J
cents. Watrous-Harley Drug store.
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 10, 1902, newspaper, April 10, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112124/m1/1/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.