The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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Did anyone ever have a really -food
time on an ex-curt-ion or picnic?
Found !! Bradley .c- Vincent for
cheap farm or chattel loan. No de-
lay. i; ■ .iu. 0-12 wtf
H. H. Watkins ml family enter-
tained Gov Ferguson and wife during
See G. D. Pierce for farm loans. ;
Best terms to be had. Option to pay j
part of loan at any tiir.e. (i-lHwtf
ENGINEERS ARE HERE.
President of the Frisco Railroad Mere
SURVEYING NOW IN SESSION.
The Btiildtag of the Frisco Round
House an: Shops Will Soon
Mr. and Mrs. J. L Riger were up
from Waukomis taking in the con-
vention and visiting O. H. Parker
A marriage licensc was issued yes-
terday to Jas. C. Fitchue and Mrs.
Mary E. Turn *r of Enid. They are
Honorable* John Galobee, of Guth-
rie, Will T. Little, of Perry and
Harry B. Gilitrap, of Chandler, were
the guests of J. A. Buckle- and family
When a married daughter writes
home to mother, and puts "Personal"
on the envelope, the other members
of the family wonder if it is a baby
or a divorce.
Mr. and Mrs. Elderkin, the singers
for the union tent meetings arrived
on the 10:20 train this morning. By
evening the tent will be ready for
use. The tirst service will be held in
the tent tonight at 8 o'clock. Every
one should attend this meeting as it
dromises to be a grand success.
C. M. Hayhurst, editor of the State
Republican, and ex-manager of the
Woodward Beer and Ice company,
has been arrested on the charge of
embezzlement. The information
•charges him with a shortage of $1500.
He gave bond.
The people of the Territory of Ok-
lahoma now have a case of Cross vs.
JVicGuire. Who will it be decided in
favor of? Why, Cross of course. Not
a guilty stain on that manly charac-
ter, nothing but praises for that big
hearted, good natured Bill Cross.
'•On July 3d, the Crescent Hotel, at
Eureka Springs, opens as an all-year-
round resort, under the management
of the Frisco system. Extensive re-
novations and improvements have
been effected which will make the
Crescent Hotel the equal of any hos-
telry to be found in the Southwest."
The Wichita Eagle says: Mark
Hanna is opposed to admitting Okla-
homa. Arizona and New Mexico ter-
ritories into statehood because they
will make three democratic states.
Mark shouldn't let things like that
Influence him, otherwise the public
will think him more of a partisan
than a statesman.
Mrs. Chas. H. Parker and little
daughter, and her guest, Miss Jessie
King, of Kansas City, went to Har-
per, Kansas, on this morning's train,
to visit friends until after the Fourth.
There will be an Old Settlers' lie-
union at Harper on July 4th, and
these ladies would not miss it for
anything, as they are old time Har-
Notice has been served upon City
Clerk Fife, of Blackwell, that manda-
mus will be brought in the district
court to compel him to allow t 'has.
Day, J. L. Waite, John K. Tate, F.
Stoddard, John Beatty and W. C. Tet
rick to examine the poll books to as-
certain whether the recent election
at which bonds for waterworks were
voted, was conducted legally or not.
Pcnca City Courier: A fakir was
in town today selling a thing to wash
windows. He said it was the most
wonderful ever placed on the market
for the small sum of one dollar.
Later we discovered that the same
thing could be purckased at a half
dozen places in town for fifty cents.
The moral to this story is that if
you don't want the fakir to sell to
your customers you better let them
know about your wart.-.
President Winchel, of the Frisco
j railroad, was here yesterday and ex-
pressed himself well pleased with
our city and says that the Frisco will
do all in its power to make Enid one j
of the greatest cities in Oklahoma, i
He met the Commercial Club and j .
, . , .. . , hill is an orator with wide spread re-
made arrangements to have the land I 1
putation throughout the territory
and would have given this convention
Citizens and Mayor of Enid not Allowed
to Sitov. Their Appreciation.
It now comes to light that our may-
or raid every citizen of oit beloved
city ha-been ignored and highly in-
sulted b; some person who has had
more or less to do with the manage-
ment of this convention. Our Gity
Mayor had been asked to make the
address of welcome to the delegations
and had prepared, on the part of our
'citizens to give them a warm and
hearty welcome. On account of his
being very busy helping entertain
and accomodate the republican visit-
' ors who were in the city, he had ask-
j ed W. S. Whittinghill to make the
address, which he with due respect,
had consented to do. Mr. Whitting-
erected immediately. The surveying
engineers are here today surveying
the lines and laying off the plats for
the building. It is supposed that the
erection of these buildings will be
under headway by July 14th. ;t is
only a question of time, that Enid
will be the railroad center of the
Slops the Cough and ff'o'ts off the Cold
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one da}'. No cure, or.
pay. Price 25 cents.
Territorial Board of Health Meets.
The Superintendents of County
Board of Health of the committees
of Oklahoma met at the offices of
Dr. Cowdrick, superintendent of pub-
lic health of Oklahoma, with Presi-
dent Baxter of Guthrie in the chair.
Nearly every county in the territory
was represented at this meetiug.
The purpose of this meeting was
stated by Secretary Cowdrick, after
which an address was made by the
president, greatly complimeting the
counties boards for their most ex-
celent work done by them during the
past year. Many points of interest
were taken up and discussed and dis-
posed of to the satisfaction of all
Many topics touching the law gov-
erning the boards were talked upon
to some extent and plans were laid,
by which a unity of action of all the
boards, may be had. Taking into
consideration the rapid growth and
the lack of sewerage in the territory
the health department and the peo-
ple should be complimented upon the
fact that there are so few cases of
fever recorded. The department
expects less contagion during the
The next meeting of the Territorial
Board of Health will be held at Guth-
rie July 7th. Those present were:
President, L. W. Baxter, Guthrie:
Vice Pres., Dr. Hamilton, Shawnee:
Secretary and Supt. Dr. Cowdrick.
Enid: Greer, Dr. Jones, Mangum;
Pawnee, Dr. Phillips, Pawnee, Com-
manche,Dr. Bower,Lawton; Canadian,
Dr. Sandercook, El Reno: Canadian.
Dr. Pegam, Okarchee; Payne, Dr.
Janeway, Stillwater, Woodward, Dr.
Armstrong, Woodward; Grant, Dr.
Hall, Pond Creek; Kiowa, Dr. Foster.
Caddo, Dr. Hume, Anadarko; Custer,
Dr. Wade, Weatherford; Roger
Mills, Dr. Levi, Elk City;
Hobart: Kiowa Dr. Mank, Harri-
son: Lincoln, Dr. Ellis, Chandler:
Kingfisher, Dr. Brown. Kingfisher.
the warmest reception of anyone
that could have been asked to do such
honor Mr. Faubion, Mayor, went
before the convention yesterday
morning and announced that the city
would be represented: but this per-
son would not let our courtesy be dis-
played. He said: "No. Mr Faubion,
we will attend to this ourselves, we
do not need your representation here,
we have arranged this convention to
our own satisfaction and you are a
little too late." It is reported that
Gov. Ferguson said that they did not
j want to be greeted by a Democratic
Mayor or a renegade republican.
Of course, we, as a city, have the
highest esteem for our neighbors,
and r.u sot feel as though we have
been .. owed to show our apprecia-
tion for the honor shown us, by giv-
ing ti - the convention; but neverthe-
less v. e have no more to expect from
such an ignoramus and will pass this
by as nothing more nor less than an
act of h\ ;>>cracy.
Till; D. E. £ GULF GRADERS HERE.
The Denver, Enid & Gulf graders
have arrived and sub-contracting is
going on today. Mr. Hell was inter-
viewed by the Wave reporter this
morning and said that they would
commence grading this week, and it
would take them about sixty days
to reach Marshall. Trains will be
running between here and Marshall
THE GREAT M. JESTJC
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Sulky and Sang fPlows
-AND ALL KINDS OF-
'The Best Prescription for Miliaria.
Chills and Fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
simply Iron and Quinine in a taste-
less form. No cure, no pay. Price
Editor Brown Not Guilty.
Editor Brown, of the Times-Journal,
who was on trial for the shooting of
McMichael, at Oklahoma City, a few
days ago. was acquitted last evening.
The man Barry, who startled the
city with his testimony last week,
seems to have been absconded. Rev-
elations at the trial yesterday proved
that he is an escaped convict from
Georgia, and a reward of $300 has
been offered for his return to answer
the charge of perjury.
Went to Ohio for a Bride.
The intimate friends of Mr. J.
Harvey Buckles have long wonder-
ed and surmised whether he would
spend his span of life in single bless-
edness, or if finally some fair female
would captivate his heart and claim
him as her own. And, by the fair
cupid the latter has some true and
alas, too, the smiles of Enid maidens
have all been in vain! Harvey Buck-
les \\ as married to Miss Nellie Con-
ner, in Troy, Ohio, Tuesday evening,
June 24, 1902. The happy couple will
visit among relatives in the east tor
a few days, and will return to Enid
Wants His Wife Released.
Oklahoma City, o. T., June 26.—
Judge B. F. Burwell, of the district
court, in the matter of the habeas
corpus proceedings instituted by J.
L. Short, to secure his wife from the
custody of his mother-in-law and
others, has set the case for hearing
on June 30, and has ordered that a
physician shall be called to give the
proper medical treatment to Mrs.
Dr. Short's petition alleges that
his wife, Wilhelmina Short, is detain-
ed by Wilhelmina Sanner, Nellie
Babcock and Mrs. Reece, who have
confined her in small and poorly ven-
tilated quarters where she is not giv-
en the proper care; that she is men-
tally weak and under the influence of
the persons who have her in custody;
that said persons are conspiring to
get possession of a small estate com-
ing to his wife from Germany; that
they refuse to permit her husband to
see her. The petition also requests
that Mrs. Short be removed to her
home or to a hospital where she can
get the proper medical assistance-
Mr. Briderhoft, a banker of Wal-
ters, who has been in the city sick
the past week is improving.
Children what is that flag hanging
upon the wall for? asked the visitor
at a country school. "To cover up a
hole in the wall." There are many
indications that the G O P is hanging
out the tlag for the purpose of cover-
ing up a lot of holes.—Observer.
Ponca City Courier: Dr. Walter
Schenck appeared on the street this
morning with a sunflower about as
big as a dinner plate in his button
hole. "That shows," said the doctor,
:'that Oklahoma not only produces
bigger and handsomer sunflowers
than the Sunflower state herself but
produces them about a month earlier
in the season.
New York, June 26.—John Herd,
65 years old, of Pawnee, O. T., has
been seeing the sights of the east for
the last few weeks and one night re-
cently in Newark, he decided to go
back home at once. He confided his
determination to a stranger as he
walked toward the Market street sta-
tion of the Pennsylvania railroad,
and the stranger kindly offered to J
buy his ticket for him, so that the old
man would not have to stand in line
before the ticket window.
Herd handed over $44,50, the price
of his ticket, and presently the stran-
ger returned and gave him a ticket i
in an envelope.
\fter the stranger had gone Herd
opened the envelope to be sure every-
thing was as it should be. The ticket
was to Pittsburg, and cost $1.50, and
the obliging stranger had got away
with $34 of the westerner's money.
Over 9,000 homestead filings have
been made at the El Reno U. S. land
office. Five thousand seven hundred
and fifty is the total quarter sections
in the d'strict. The majority of or-
iginal entrymen are on their home-
steads, but in many cases the piece
of land has been tiled upon and relin-
quished several times, which explains
the large number of filings.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The girl with a pug nose may as
well give up all hope of ever being
To Cure a Cold in one day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure E. W. Grove's signa-
ture is on each box. 25c.
Next to a man's family and business
nothing shonld stand nearer to his
heart than the town in which he lives,
says an exchange. It is his home.
It Is the place in which he earns his
competence and educates his children.
If he wants to make it as popular, as
thrifty and as widely known as posible,
he canot afford to be indifferent to
anything which will further these
F. 0. HU5BELL,
Expert WaiGli Repairer
Succeeds where others fail
to make your watches run.
If you will bring your
watch to me 1 will prove
to you just what I claim
to be, The
The Best Watch Repairer
IN THE "STRIP."
All work first class and
First Class ENGRAVING.
Tramps are passed into service as
harvesters in sections of Kansas.
Fifty or more of the "hobo" frater-
nity were Raptured near Pratt, and
all day long they were forced to run
binders and carry bundles by armed
guards. The strange part of the pro-
ceeding was that the guards were
women. The deficiency of farm
hands in Pratt county alone is $2,000,
while the state is short about 10,000.
David W. Blaine, the harvest hand
importer, had arranged for all the
men for Pratt county. The men,
however, were captured by farmers
along the line.
Last night a freight train west-
ward bound was wrecked near Pratt.
There were fifty or sixty tramps on
it going to Colorado. The farmers
heard of it and they tried to employ
them at $2 per day. Very few of
them were willing to work, so with
shotgun persuasion they were dis-
tributed among the farmers.
David Blaine telephoned from
Pratt tonight saying the tramps
could be forced to remain at work for
ten davs at least.
C L Gannon to L M Luke lot 3 blk
3 Cullison's ad $85.
John M Harlan to Anna Harlan un-
divided i interest in lot 3 blk 36 Ken-
wood ad $100.
Mary A Hansbrough to C M Mc-
Furland n i se 25-24-3 $2100.
Mary A Hansbrough to Argyle
Tippin s £ se 25-24-3 $2100.
Frank L Menroe to John W Dilling-
ham s } lot 1-2-3 blk 10 south side ad
E Hall to J H Tackett lot 5 blk 19
1 Kenwood $150.
Edward Duscheck to --rge Bick-
ers ne 15.24-6 $36000.
Johnson Cooper to Lillie A Ross
blk i nw 31-20-8 $1.
Adolph Roeff to H W ldell i int lot
13-14-15 blk 6 Lahoma $550.
' Z T ... J R. C. Dickensheets to Maggie On-
Eugene James was found guilty of! . . , . „ ,.. n T ...
,, . .. ,. . . . , ' , .stotlot . blk 9 Jonesville $700.
robbery in the district court Wed-. Onstot to George W Miller
nesday after the jury had been out, lot - wk , JonesviUe ^
ten minutes. The jury recommend a „ni) ... ,, „ _
, . . . ... ~ n. J William DReid to Mary E Hen-
lenient sentence, which means that . , ,,.. „„ _ . . /
! thorn lot 2 blk 2i Enid $175 Enid.
J. A. Selby to Mary E Henthorn
the defendant will get ten years.
He, through his attorneys today filed
a motion for a new trial on the ground
that the victim, Ross, had been
•3-4-10 blk 40 Enid.
E-Jacoby to Elizabeth R Calla-
,, . , | -ay lot 4 blk 12 Weatherly's 2nd ad
spending money at various places !jlgoo
prior to the time of the alleged rob-1 ' . T . T , ,
u , u .. u , . ... . ! Charles L Shaw to John M Harlan
bery and could not have had $30 at , . ,
J . lot 5 blk .56 Kenwood $16o.
George Austin to Abraham Sperk-
James, who is a young man, was; jnf, ne 20-24-6 $3150.
found holding Ross down on Novem-j Jesse A Walker, Trustee, to James
ber 21 and threatening to kill him if j Sneary, L 13 to 20, B 3, Wralker's ad.
he didn't give up his money. The
two had been drinking together, but
the jury seemed to think James was
A Kansas paper tells the following
story, which, if true, is likely to rev-
olutionize farming methods: A farm-
er there saw the grass and weeds
taking his corn because it was too
wet to plow. He went to town and
negotiated with a dealer who had
just received a carload of fruit jars
and received the use of the jars for a
couple of days. Over each hill of
corn he placed a jar and then turned
his cattle into the field and let them
eat down the grass and weeds.
"Wouldn't that jar you':"'
Jesse A Walker to Carrie Fancher,
L 12-13-14, B 4, Walker's ad, $280
Amanda Livingston to Charles W
Pelton, 40 feet off north end of L 21-
22-23-24, II 3, Walker's ad $150
Amanda Livingston to Enez Pelton,
south 100 feet L 21 to 24, B 3, same,
Isaac E Martin to George J Shus-
ter, wj sw 1-22-7, $2250
L P Murray to Mrs Daisy Blake,
L 22, B 23, Hunter, $100
Thli algniture la on eTory box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo*Quinine -r bieu i
the reimdj Uwt cum m nM la on day
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