The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 10, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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IT WAVES, SURGES, ROARS AND REDOUNDS, ONLY TO COME BACK AGAIN WITH GREATER FORCE FOR ENID, GARFIELD COUNTY, OKLAHOMA AND^EMOCRACY^
Vol. 9--N0. 27.
Enid, Oklahoma Territory, Thursday, July 10, 1902.
Preparing* to Move.
We wish to call your attention to our extraordinary
low prices on groceries etc. |
To Reduce our Stock,
and we wish our customers to derive the benefits of this |
sale. Following are a few of the many low prices: |
A good standard Tomato per
Corn per can
]£<r<r plums per can
Peas per can
25c can K. C. baking powder
15c " 1'
Table salt 2 sacks
Rest matches per box
Best sorghum gal bucket..
Banner oats package
Ten cent oats
Velvet starch •
Arbuckle or Lion coiTce.
Defiance spices and paper
Echo Tootwiider Echoed.
It seems that the organized power
of the peoples party, the Central
committee, has concluded that the
populistic doctrine dressed up in re-
publican fringes taught by Shorty
Tootwiider, in his horrible echo, does
not smell of reform a little bit, but
old fashioned Kansas republicanism,
hence, they met Saturday last and
discharged him from further service
in the ranks of true populists.
Shorty had better go back to his
farm, everybody knows that God
never made him for an editor. Here
are the resolutions passed by the
The county Central committee of
the People's party of Garfield county i seri0usly injured
met in the city of Enid, July 5th.
Now we know why Byrd McGuire
don't smell good at all times. Once
upon a time he slept with Tom Fergu-
Keep one fact in mind. Even if
Bill Cross had lived in Oklahoma six-
teen years, the republicans would
not say anything good in connection
with his candidacy for congress. I
They would probably charge him with |
being a "sooner."
Mr. Gillmore, who drives the Pal-
mer Brandow furniture wagon, and
his son were driving along Grand
avenue this morning and the horse
stumbled and fell, throwing them
out. Mr Gillmore's shoulder was
910 East Broadway. fi-12 lm w. J. McClain. |
1902. Chairman being absent, O. D.
Hubbell was elected chairman Pro
Tem., whereupon the following reso-
lutions were passed.
Whereas, It has been brought to
the notice of this committee that
the Enid Echo has taken down the
name of William Cross, the People's i ed friend.
Party nominee for delegate to con-1 your friend
BIOGMIG MINERAL WATER.
OF LAMAR COUNTY, TEXAS.
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Yustin, Texas, Oct. 23,1901. tion, kidney and bladder diseases,
This is to certify that I have had dropsy and impure blood. *«r ner-
the mineral water furnished by Mr. Vous prostration due to deficiency oi
Isaac Bernstein,of Paris, Texas, anal- cell salts, this water is most valuab e
vzed with the following results: For diseases of the glandular system
J Parts per Grains an(j for kindred diseases, scroiuia,
per gal. skin eruption, nephhitis and cistic
75.0318 diseas es, it is unsurpassed: also for
52.7427 diarrhoea, flux, summer diseases of
73.7139 children, chlorosis anaemia aud early
118.9687 stages of Bright's disease. It is val-
79.3124 Uable in many of the conditions inci
2.1577 dental to women, but in all cases the
3.2658 drinking of this water augments cure
As a Mineral Water it is unsurpassed.
Sndium Chloride 128.06
Sodium Bicarbonate 90.44
Sodium Sulphate 125.40
Calcium Sulphate 204.00
Magnesium " 136.00
Ferric Oxiole & Alum. 5.60
lUldl . e
Recommended by the s
For Sale by and for farther information see
Elnicl Liquor Go- Phone SA
Cattle Kanche for Sale
Go!d Filed Watches, 20 year
cases, Elgin movements
Eight Day Clocks only $2.
Alarm Clocks only 60 cents.
| All Warranted. |
S J- A■ SELBY, o
^ 1002 Monroe Ave, Enid, O. T. a
Y Penniman's Furniture Store. §
S. L. 11 chardson is on the sick l*-i
Carolyn Combs. ofNewberg. 'n
the city today.
.T. B. Hidgdon, of Bethany, Mo., ar-
rived in the city today.
The Normal students will begin «
course of music tomorrow.
John Adams and wife, of Wichita
Kansas, are in the city visitiuj:
Dr. Cowdrick went to<!uthrie ti-
attend a meeting of the I erritoria
Board of Health.
At the home of Miss Lou Bates a
reception was given to the children'
. 1 I of the Junior uuucavorsof the ( hris-
After all, the other fellow's cus- ian church. Music aud games wer«.
toms aren't so woefully absurd in j participated in, ice cream and mac;t-
comparison with our own, when we i r0ons were served. Lottie StepltLiis
come to view them in the right light.1 and Clifford Webb assisted Miss Uatev
A sailor, from an American ship, | in entertaining the young peope.
was watching a chinaman place
WclS WtlvCIllIl ti tiiiuaiuHi'
dish of rice by the grave of a depart- The annual county school .m eting
ed friend. "When do you expect will be held in the ditterent (us in -
out and eat
gressand is supportin
:an nominee, thereof,
Be it resolved, That said paper
be no longer recognized as the offi-
cial organ of the [People's Party of
Be it further resolved, That it is
the sense of this committee that said
paper is not entitled to, and should
not receive the patronage cf the
populists of Garfield county.
O. D. Hubbell,
O. W. Jones,
- d&wl.v |
Gen. Knox, a trust attorney, has
been invited by the president to pre-
pare a bill to go before congress at
its next session, providing for the
control and supervision of the trusts-
Tbe President has suddenly discover-
ed that they need a little repairing
that'? asked the sailor. "Samee time
your frin come out to smellee flowers
you puttee on your graves," answered
the heathen Chinee.
An old preacher once told some
boys of the bible lesson he was going
to read in the morning. The boys,
tinding the place, glued together the
connecting pages; the next morning
he read on the bottom of one page:
"When Noah was one hundred and
i twenty yeart old he took unto him-
i self a wife who was"-then turning
tomorrow. The estimate of tas
levied at this meeting tfill ha- e w
be sent in to the county clerk v ithiv
five days or the commissioners wit
levy the limit which is 20 mills. Tlu
clerks should make the annual report
in full, so as to avoid having them rt-
turned for a complete record.
RIAL KSTATK TRANSFERS.
Julian Shire to J P llouscr s 1 se
23-7. $ 1600
William K Killoren to Mrs Hanna*
self a wite wno was -uu, rl^"™w 35.34.7 $*200
the page—one-hundred and forty *• '
We have moved two doors south
iubits long, forty cubits wide, built
of gopher wood, and covered with
pitch inside and out." "My friends,
this is the first time I ever saw this
in the bible but I accept it as an
evidence of the assertion that we are
fearfully and wonderfully made."
The Normal students will be enter-
tained at the home of Mayor Faubion
tonight. The Junior Mandolin Club
Frantz Hardware Co.
d&w tf. will furnish the music.
Alvin Seigenthaler to Alvin L Scow
lot 1 blk \ lot 2 blk 55 Kenwood
DSW Johnson to John Murphy n*
P J Goulding to Maggie Luft l t -
3 blk 59 Enid $11.
Daniel W Thomas to Thomas Co*
nelius, Hansen and Isaac Vonr ■
Trustees Evergrees W M Churcik a
acre sw 5-24-5 $100.
Ed Hockaday & Co. have concluded to wind up their
retail Hardware business in hnid.
Ftnt published! In the Wave, JunetK, 100a
1 „ the District Court of IGarfleld county and ,
.ioscp'.i E. Johnson,
Nancy Belle Johnson.
Nd"'-y Belle Johnson, the defendant in the
I'Uo « entitled action will tuk.
lie has been sued In the dl-trict courioi
Garfield county and Ok ahonia Territory by
I c above named p alntllf and that
1 nswortho allegations A'ed therein on or be
" ;toth d'.y cf r.l uiy 1902 or the allega-
„ns In said petition Be! forth will
• jirne and Judgmentwlll he rendered foi the
1 lulntllT granting bin. a divorce as prayed
IsEa'T01"' O.F. McEl.RATH,
Clerk of the blsiilct ourt of Garfield
i ounty, O. I. T w Spro|lti [,e[iuty.
rercy Glare, Attorney for Plaintiff.
Do You Know It?
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Makes You Well, Keeps You Well. Curss
Pimples, Blotches, l.lvcr Marks, Skin Frup-
1 ons, Constipation, Sick Headache, Jaundice,
Pain in Back, Congested Kidneys, Sluggish
Bowels, Bladder Disorders, Indigestion, Re-
stores Beauty and Perfect Womanhood. Oood
for Grandpa, Loved by (lrandma Makcs Father
ctrnntr Heirs Mother do the Housework,
Makes'the <5irl.i and Boyfl Well, and Keens
Haby Oood Naturcd all of the lime, llio
tleiiuinc 15 ct*. a package. ^ ¥vi
MADISON MEOICINH vO., Madison, Wis.
FORD CHAPMAN, MGR.
Old Supreme Judtfe Whisky, 10 years
Nothing but the finest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars 011 sale. All whiskies
from 7 to 12 years old; strictly pure
poods for medicinal purposes.
Pahst, and flnheuser Bce>r
GOING TO QUIT.
We will offer for sale our entire stock of General Hardware at exact cost.
For the Next Thirty Days.
bargains for one ^^^^Ind Okee'ne.
At First Cost.
_ . 1 g rnnkiriir Stoves. Water Coolers, Bcltinsj^
We are carrying a mammoth st<^ °' ( Cream Freezers, Saddlery GoooiSs..
Engine Brass Qoo^. Gascline Stove complete |ine of every variety ot
Mechamcs Tools, and ,n fact'HJX^e Qo.Kls.
JOHN F. CURRAN,
Office over First National Bank.
Ed. Hockaday & Co.,
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 10, 1902, newspaper, July 10, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112149/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.