The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 10, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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We can provide you with every-
you .vant in
To serve you better, to make our
store more helpful and welcome
to you is ouraim all the time. Con-
tentment will sit serenely on your
countenance if jou will buy all
these thing's of us.
J01 Grand Ave.
Steele & Pierrepont have an ad in
this evening's paper.
Refrigerators, Screen Doors and
Garden Hose at Frantz Hardware Co.
Randel & Grubb, ring up phone 33
place your order for coal, flower seed
etc. 4-8 d&w2w
We have an Expert Plumber.
4-8dwlw Frantz Hardware Co.
Ford Chapman moved into Sheriff
Porters new house on Independence
John Deer, buggies and implements
at White Corner, east Broadway
Miss Ida Hassler very pleasantly
entertained the Pleasant Hour Club
last night at her home on Pine street.
The Band Concert from 8 to 9 o'clock
tomorrow night at Masonic Hall is
free, but if you dance you must pay
Andrew Gillespie has remodeled
and moved into the property on In-
dependence avenue which he recently
purchased of James Mitchell.
Frank Miller, representing Scarff &
O'Connor Co., was in the city today.
Mr. Miller will move his family to
Enid as soon as school is out at Mag-
num, O. T.
Great care will be taken by the
various democratic committees ap-
pointed last night to look after the
comfort of the democratic delegates
and their friends who will attend the
convention April 22.
Sun Vapor Gasoline Stoves are the
best.—-Frantz Hardware Co. dwlw
The ice cream social given by the
Ladies Aid Society at the Christian
church last night was well attended
and a very sweet and enjoyable affair.
The proceeds netted a neat little sum
towards the building of anew house
The president has gone to Charles-
ton. Now it is given out that he will
not appoint a judge to take McAtee's
place until he reiurns. Of course
Dennis Flynn must have time to find
out who is willing to give the most
bonus for the plum.
Pink Fagg, who cut a big figure in
this town and North F.nid in the early
days, and cost the co inty a consider-
able amount of money in the
way of criminal prosecution is play-
ing to large houses in Lawton in
about the same old wry.
REAL ESTATE MOVING.
Dora McGinnis and hus to J M White, lots 4 and 5. blk 51, Kenwood, $300.
K L Winkler and wife to Edith Moore, blk 2 Winkler's add, Waukomis,$150.
F G Askew and wife to C B Landrum, lots 38 and 39, blk 40, blk 28 Hunter,
Frisco Townsite Co to CB llaser, lol 17, block 1, lot 10, b 8, Drummond,$50.
Daisy E Juda and hus to llose B Newsotne, 1 10, b ti, wearthlev 2d add,$300
Hattie M Bates to L F Newsome. 10, b ti, weatherly 2d add, $1300.
Wm A Bartley and wife to li J Bartley, sw 9-20-7, $4,000.
K J Bartley to Mary A Bartley, sw 9-30-7, $4 000.
Harley W Crawford and wife to John F Nash, ne 31-20-7. $2,200.
Oscar'L w yckoff and wife to Frank G Askew, 1 >ts 38, 3, 9, b 28, Hunter,925
Wm F Tucker to Henry Henneke, ne 10-21-7, $4,600.
Ciscero F Coltrane to Lora B Wright, nw 24-24-0, $4,650.
Willard J Salsbury and wife to Reuben W McKee and wife, nw 20-22-0,
Enid Cemetery Co to H M Spalding, lot 1, blk C, Enid Cemetery, $25.
R C Steward Jr and wife to H M Spalding, 144 lots in N Enid, $3(10.
M C Avery and wife to wm H Starkcy, lots 7 and 8, b 7, waukomis, $70.
Thomas H Maulding and wife to Leonard W Noland, lots 10, 11, 12, blk 51,
Kenwood add, $1000.
Grace Murphy Frantz to Joe Conaster, 1 2, b 5, weatherly 2d add, $.'100.
Isaac N Davis to Will Felinde, 11, b 3, Weatherly 3d add, $1100.
Edmond B weatherly and wife to Harry O Baer, 1 3, b 4, weatherly 3d add,
Newton Keck and wife to Frank Mott Burdick, lots 10, 11, blk 04, Enid, $70
Robert E Collins to Amanda Livingston, lots 21, 22, 23, 24, blk 3, walker's
Hiram Catlin and wife to James S W Woodwortb, nw 14-24-4, $3200.
E B Weatherly and wife to M S Miller, lots 1, 2, blk 0, weatherly 3rd add,
Mary C Lee to Sophia Bass, lots 9, 10, blk 11, Kenwood, $70.
George M Cameron and wife to D C Bass, lot 25, b 10, Jonesville, $50.
Ida Hassler to Aaron Afferle, lots 9, 10, blk 21, Kenwood, $130.
Aaron Afferle to Sophia Remick, lots 9, 10, bLk 21, Kenwood, $200.
Frank Frantz and wife to Mont Frantz, lot 10, blk 5, weatherly 2d add, $1.
Frisco Townsite Co to Alice D Frazier, lot 12, blk 28, Drummond, $25.
W I Watkins and wife to James A dinger, lots 29, 30, blk 22, Jonesville,
$325. . ,
Mary A Hennessey and husband to Alverdo Williams, lot 12, blk 23, Breck-
James E DeHass and wife to John S M tchell, nw 19-21-8, $2,400.
James Mitchell and wife to Andrew W Gillespie, lots 10, 11, 12,13, blk Hi,
John Murphy and wife to G H Adams, lots 5, fi, blk 1, Murphy's add, $120.
Jesse A Walker, trustee, to Sarah A Wilson, lots 1, 2, blk 3; lots ti, 7, blk 4,
Walker's add, $235.
0 E Morlan and wife to Clarence A Noyes, lot 16, blk 16, Lahoma, $97.
Jesse P Warren to w C Johnston, lot 9, blk 11, Lahoma, $950.
Thomas R Miller and wife to Bethlehem Baptist Church, 1 acre nw corner
nw 7-21-5, $1.
Charles A Donner and wife to Ina B Bungenstock, lot 1, blk 1, Jonesville,
$1.lohn Murphy and wife to Emeline Glen, lot 4, blk 1, Murphy's add, $100.
John Murphy and wife to O J Cox, lot 3, blk 1, Murphy's add, $80.
Julia A Borders and hus to Bettie L Shobe, lot &w i lot 11, blk 34, Ken-
wood add, $300.
Minnie j Price to John Carter and CE Gannon, lots .1 to 14, blk 1, Jones-
Binan w Runyan and wife to Mary Johnson, ne 5-22-6, $1700. (Corrected)
Administrator or executor's deed: Wm B Penniman to Eugene Watrous,
lots 13, 14, 15, 16, blk 9, Jonesville add, $340. (John E Sank estate.}
Enid Townsite Co to Mary E Hayden, lots 4, 5, 6, blk 10, Bison, $50.
Enid Townsite Co to Mar/ Delaiiey, lots 16, 17, 18. blk 9, Bison, $60.
Enid Townsite Co to Florence M Brennan and Ida Brennan, lots 1,2, 3,
blk 10, Bison, $60.
B H Huber to John T Wallace, lots 3, 4, blk 1, Huber's add, Enid, $400.
1 M Money to Joseph Volin, sw 1-23-4, $3300.
Thomas E Kingsolver and wife to Emiline ,T Waldron, se 7-24.8, $3,000.
E B weatherly and wife to Oliver Mumaw, lot 8, blk 1, weatherly's 3d add,
LOCAL DEMOCRACY ORGANIZE.
A Spirited Meeting Last Night.--A Dem-
ocratic Club Organized."Committee
Appointed to Arrange for the
The Hon. D. W. Eastman, late re-
ceiver of the Enid hind office, has
concluded to remain in the city of
Enid with a view of making this his
permanent home. He has made
arrangements to enter the real estate
and loan business. For the present
he will maintain his office In the room
he occupied as receiver in the old
land office building. When the land
office here was abandoned Mr. East-
man was made custodian of the same
and government acre. Jle expectH to
receive orders to sell the building
soon. However, if the present post-
office building is remodeled it is
thought that the post office will move
into the land office building while the
repairs are being made.
By special invitations through the
mails, sent out by the city democratic
central committee, a well attended
meeting was held in the city council
chamber last night, being composed
of the leading spirits of democracy
fifty-five people being present.
The meeting was called to order by
Judge John Curran, chairman of the
county central committee. John C.
Moore was elected chairman and C. J.
The matter of properly taking care
of those who will attend the demo-
cratic territorial convention was dig'
cussed at length. A motion carried
authorizing the chair to appoint an
executive committee of seven to take
charge of the entertainment of the
delegates of the convention and vis-
The chair named Judge Jchn Curran
chairman. P.J. Goulding, W. S. Whit-
inghill, W. O. Purmont, J. L, Isenberg
and Julius Grieser.
A finance committee was appointed
to raise funds for the use of the Op
era House and other expenses that
may arise, as follows: Mayor L. A
Faubion, C. F. Clark, Chas. Danger
field, J. A. Hamm, Frauk Decker
Frank Letson, W. A. Grubb and Ex
Governor James Steen.
Committee on permanent organiza
tion of a permanent democratic club
P. S. Goulding, W. S. Whitinghilland
A. F. Holcomb.
A permanent democratic olub was
organized for the campaign of 1902
with fifty-five names on the roll. Col.
John C. Moore and Major Charles
West were elected temporary officers
of the club. After the committee
on permanent organization, rules and
by-laws report, permanent officers
will be elected.
Frank H. Letson was elected treas-
urer of the club, and a real good col-
lection was turned over to him. The
various committees made appoint-
ments for meetings to look after their
various duties. The club adjourned
to meet in the council chamber Sat-
urday night next.
Negro Arrested on Suspicion.
The Wave was not out long, last
evening, with the account of the
murder of Dean, of Ponca City, at
Bridgeport, Comanche county, giving
a slight disdription of the two negros
who did the killing, than the police
spotted a yellow, poc marked negro,
fitting the description so far as it
went. Policeman Richardson first
approached the fellow and called
Marshall White to his assistance. It
was found that the negro fitted the
description, besides his answers to
questions strengthened the suspicion
that he was the man wanted. It was
found that he had been shot in the
abdomen. He explained that he re-
ceived the shot at Kingfisher, but the
story sounded fishy. The officers
locked him up to await identification.
If they have the right man the offic-
ers will receive a reward of $600.
<£ Stationary of
It always pays
To buy the best.
If you use Writing Tablets or
Box Papetriesexamine our line
We Have Them in all Sizes and Colors.
PARKER'S BOOK STORE.-
East Side Square.
809 Grand Avknue.
Q rocery a"1' Meat Market
Northeast Corner of Square.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Teas, Coffees,
Spice and Fancy Luxuries.
Meat, Provisions, Flour, Meal, Feed and Hay.
Garden Seeds in bulk for Country Produce. Hides
and Pelts purchased at highest market price.
L. A. FAUBION,
| StGGlo Sl Pierrepont,
| Kimball, Bradburyr Webster Pianos,
f. The Rev. Sam Jones says "when you shoot into a pack of
dogs, the one that gets hurt don't ask a comrade to howl
k for him, he does his own howling." Our competitors
are howling; who do you suppose is hurt?
% Henning, Whitney, Hinze, and Whittier Pianos
| Kimball Pipe and Reed Organs.
1 Easy Payments. a" Specialty
| Steele & Pierrepont.
4-9d&wtf Salesroom Parker's Book Store.
Peoples nit Guilty.
William Peoples, who had been c
trial at oklahoma City for the last
week for the killing of a man by the
name of McLaughlin was acquitted
by the jury last Monday evening.
The trouble grew over the intimacy
of McLaughlin and Mrs. Peoples.
Peoples walked into a drug store
and deliberately shot McLaughlin kill-
ing him instantly, then walked to the
jail and gave himself up to the offi-
cers. 'I hey seemed to think the in-
jured man was justifiable in nis mur-
derous act. This is another warning
to the fellows who persist in fooling
around another fellows wife. It is
said Peoples left the court room for
his home willing to forgive Mrs. Peo-
Roses, camas, geraniums, ferns,
calla lillies in bud, oleanders all col-
ors, palms aud all blooming plants.
Harrel, Sl Harrel,
See us for first class Plumbing and
pipe fitting. Frantz Hardware C<
Randels & Grubb s
How are you'? Busy? Well so are we, but never got so
busy that we cant answer the Phone, so just call us up
and give us your order for
Feed, Coal, Seed, Flour, etc.
It will be promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed. •
*■ Prompt Dell very. —-"missis*- — Phone No. 33.
i Southeast Corner of Square. *
cJr)0. F. GGrrar),
Office over First National Bank.
* We Sell
I The Eight Day
% Mantel Clocks
? Nickle! Alarm
Instruct your druggists to send you
the genuine Ilocky Mountain Tea
made by Madison Medicine Co. If he
says he has got something just as
good, tell him to keep it. See! At
Owl Drug store.
(First published April 9, 190.!, Dally Wave.)
To whom It may concern
In compliance with the provisions
Section a, Chapter V2, of the Session
of Oklahoma Territory for the year
notice Is hereby givon that 0. .0. Orooi
Hied on the 8th nay of April, A. D.
1902, his petition for a license tosell at retail
malt, spirituous and vinous liquors, on lot
10 in block 111, First ward, In the city
of Enid, Uarllold county, Oklahoma territory
and that unless objection to the same, as re-
quired by law, bo Hied on or before the SMih
day of April A 0.1902, said petition will be
Enid, O. T., April 8th, 1902.
c. C, Ckooch,
Attest Fkank T. Uattuii. County Clerk.
Dont waste any 'more
monev on the old clock,
"Lw.J * but buy anew one,Jwhich %
SrS i we guarantee. S
THE * ONLY % GERMAN
In Garfield County, O. T.
DR. P. ILOHEN.
Physician and Surgeon.
Studied, Graduated and Pro-
moted in German Universities.
Women's and Chronic diseases
a specialty. Twenty-four years
Tel. Cropper. Cropper, O. T.
Opposite the Land Office at C.
C. Parker's Book Store.
T. C. PARKER,
11-3 difc w 1m
FORD CHAPMAN, MGR.
Old Supreme Judge Whisky, 10 years
Nothing but the finest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars on sale. All whiskies
from 7 to 12 years old; strictly pure
goods for medicinal purposes.
PaDst and flnbeuser Beer
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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/m1/3/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.