The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 10, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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TRADE WITH US.
Clouty's Magnet Weak.
The passing of time has inform-
ed those who judge men by their act-
ions that eugenepinore has 110 influ-
ence in either religion or politics.
For this reason, he scarcely deserve*
attention from the people,his party,
or any well regulated newspaper, but
a few democratic leaders are of the
opinion that he should be shown up;
turned as it were, to the full glare,
and li^ht of reason. To prove the
above assertion it is only necessary
to publish one truthful illustration
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ifor Delegate to Congress.
WILLIAM M. CROSS,
Of Oklahoma County.
I hereby announce myself as a can-
didate for Sheriff of Garfield county,
■subject to the decision of the Demo-
cratic convention to be held at Enid,
•Oklahoma, on July 17, 1902.
5-23-tf* Sam Campbell.
What would you think of your gro-
•cery man if he"sold you sand for sug-
i&~ What do you think of a drug-
gist who offers you a substitute for
the Madison Medicine Co.'s Rocky
fountain Tea'r Owl Drug Store.
Bert Casey, the noted outlaw, wai
n Lawton during the street fair and
-was recognized by a friend, who im-
mediately made it known to the of-
^cials. Several officers followed his
trail but could not locate him.
Not all of them are, aware of the
benefits to be derived from a more
intimate acquaintance with Our of his work in a political way. It is
squaredeal, "Little Price" method, well known fact toaii who have
But all are interested in the Dollar taken the time to read his backbiting
Saving proposition and that's and ^lacklliailin- writing,that he op-
where we shine. nom',naptio" a"J elflec"°? of
bneiilT C .as. \ . Porter the first time
he became a candidate for sheriff, on
grounds that proved to the reader
that Porter could not be persuaded
to promise to listen to the selfish dic-
tations of Clouty: he even went so
far as to attempt to beat Porter out
of the nomination by a false count of
the votes of the convention while
acting as an accidental secretary of
the convention. He fought Porter
j all through the campaign and traded
him off at any and all times and con-
j fessed, himself, that he did not vote
I for him: yet he pr>tes about traitors
I to the party and advocates the vot-
| ing of the straight ticket. The re-
i suit of his work was a handsome ma-
j jority for Porter on the day of the
election; the largest of any candi-
date on the ticket at that time.
| Clouty worked, frothed, munipulated,
I wriggled, kicked, preached and wrote
long excruciating editorials against
| Porter for the second nomination
| which resulted in five votes against
Porter in the convention, the rest
were all for him. All through the
campaign he kept cussing Porter and
the result was that Charlie Porter,
the best sheriff Garfield county ever
had, reci: red the largest and hand-
somest majority of any man asking
for the suffrage of the people in the
campaign of MKK); the largest ever
given any democrat or republican
candidate in this county. This is
enough to show that if Clouty has
any influence whatever it walks back-
wards and influences the election of
the man he opposes.
Now comes Sheriff Porter asking
his party for the nomination for
sheriff for the third time and now
comes Clouty with his regular weekly
doses of invective and abuse of Por-
ter, and, if it works to the leaven and
disgusts the party representatives
as it did in previous campaigns it will
not only nominate but elect Porter.
Therefore the result of eugenep-
moore's work has been the best lift
Charlie Porter ever had,that is to say,
if Moore had any influence one way
or the other, which we doubt. No-
body can say the Wave is publishing
a lie in this article: it is all a mat-
ter of record. Now the fact is that
while Moore intends to be a deep dyed
enemy of the efficient sheriff, he has
actually been the best friend the
sheriff ever had. Poor Clout}-; he
fights too hard and often creates
sympathy for his enemy by publish-
ing glaring falsehoods everybody
. 50 cents
. $5 00
Climate and Crop Conditions.
Oklahoma City, Okla., July 7,
1902. Fair weather with high tem-
X L. ISBNBBRO, Editor A MmnMger. , |)eralur,, andat hot) Arjiag
: j winds prevailed during the week. A
subscription prices. ' few light and scattered showers oc-
Threshing and harvesting of small
grain and hay continued in rapid
progress, wheat is generally making
a fair yield but is of poor quality;
oats are harvesting out a large yield
of a good quality, ranging in yield
over the different locatities from 40
to tW bushels per acre, hay is making
a very large yield of a fine quality.
Early corn is about made over a
good partion of the section, while
the late corn is tasseling out: the
crop generally is still doing well,
but needs rain oter Oklahoma: some
local damage resulted to the crop
from the hot drying winds.
Kecent rains greatly improved the
condition of cotton over the Indian
Territory, and the crop is in good
condition generally over the section:
it is blooming out fast, and forming
Cane, kaffir and broom corn, caster
brans, millet, and pastures are all
Melons and fruit are in good con-
dition, and early fruit is abundant;
the apple crop will be short over some
Stock of all kinds, continue in good
condition, but water is becoming
scarce over some localities.
Following are the reports from the
different portions of the section by
nations and counties.
Mrs. B. H. Yates, daughter of Mrs.
lane Wildman of Mountain View, a
bride of only a few weeks, was
horned by the explosion of a kerosen?
ran, at her home, from the effects of
which she died a few hours later.
The house and its content* were
quickly consumed by the fire which
followed and J. W. Yates, father-in-
law of the unfortunate woman was
seriously burned in attempting to
■save her from the flames of her burn-
ng clothing in which she was en-
Governor Ferguson yesterday ten-
Jered the position of private secre-
tary, to succeed Chas. McBrian. to
rtobert Carr, county clerk of Kiowa
ountv. Mr. Carr resides at Hobart
and is claimed to be an exceptionally
>ixkl man for the position.
The governor also formally an-
nounced the appointment* of C. K.
Woods of Cherokee, Bert Howard of
I^awton and Otto Bekemeyer of Ok-
ahoma City as the commission to re-
district the territory into council
and representative districts. These
srentlemeu will meet in G uthrie next
Monday and organize, and proceed at
•wee with the work.
■Vttd .Vore Help.
Often the over taxed organs of
digestion cry out for help by dyspep-
sia's pains, nausea, dizxiness, "head-
aches, liver complaints, bowel dis-
orders. Such troubles call for prompt
ose of Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They are gentle, thorough and guar-
anteed to cure. 25c at German Phar-
macy drug store.
There is more Catarrh in this sec-
tion of the country than all other dis-
eases put together, and until the last knows to be untrue.
few years was supposed to be incura- j Romember, the Wave is not advo-
ble. tor a great many years doctors, ...
pronounced it a local disease, and |ca nomination of Charlie
prescribed local remedies, and by I Porter in this article; that is a mat-
constantlv failing to cure with local ter for the democratic representa-
treatment. pronounced it incurable, j tives in the convention assembled to
Science has proven catarrh to be a ! ...
constitutional disease, and therefore j decide clear of any apparent dic-
requires constitutional treatment. I tation in these columns. We simply
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured 1 desire to call the attention of, per-
istbe onVv c onstftutional'cure'ott the | ha'>*' a few ""thinking democrats
market. It is taken internally in 1 an3 populists to the horrible and hy-
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. I pocritical assumtions of dictatorship
It acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any case
it fails to cure.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address, F. J. Cheney A- Co, Toledo,
Sold by Druggists, Toe.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
We have move two doors south.
Frantz Hardware Co. d&wtf.
The Shawnee Democrat is no more.
It has suspended publication for the
want of sufficient support.
Dennis Flynn has gone to Hawaii
to give Byrd McGuire a hearty sup-
port. This does settle it. The island
of Hawaii will go for McGuire sure.
of th. actions of the party in which
clouty claims a membership; how
fickle it has been; how foolish, disor-
ganizing it has been; how futil and
barren of the results his work has
been in the direction he intended to
sow his poisonous seed of dissention.
If eugenepmoore would come out and
support Porter earnestly we believe
his work would rasult in the defeat
of Porter in the convention.
Announcement is made that the
proposed Arkansas Valley & Western
road will run from a point near Tulsa,
I. T., to this city, a distance of 140
miles, passing through Keystone,
Jennings, Pawnee and Perry, O. T.
Preliminary surveys have been made
for the entire distance aud the line
is being located. The contract for
□ Bro. Thomas Henslev feels better
since he has discovered that Brown
was neither fooling nor boodling ! building the road has been awarded
Bill Cross. Hensley is all right when to Johnson Bros., Saint Elmo, 111.,
he feels all right. | with headquarters at Oklahoma City,
-■ - ! O. T., and grading is to begin within
General Manager Ed. Peckham, of , thirty days. J. P. Wooleey, president
the "Bes Line," informed the Wavi: Perry, O. T., J. F. Hinckley, chief
man in Beaumont, last week, that 1 engineer, Sherman, Tex., Edmond
the moving of the Frisco division Frantz, vice president, Eflid, C. J.
point from Blackwell would take 30 Shepard, treasurer, Pawnee, O. T.,
families out of that town. John B. Linden, secretary, Enid.
HE WHO GETS
Delivered to and part of the City for
$5.00 per cage $1.00 rebate.
10 Cents Per Bottle at the Bar
For Sale by The
Enid Liquor Company,
6- tr Enid, 0. T.
South Side of Square. Opposite Postoffice.
O. J. PLIMING. President,
F. H. LSTSON, Cashier.
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
Oldest Bank in County.
Do a General Banking Business.
flint it the Truth
that we have a
fine line of Gro=
/VlAO-f- l\l\ a In Connection. We have the best and
ITieai ITldrKei freshest meats, fish, game, etc.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
Popular prices and fair treatment is our motto.
LYLR & ©ON.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
^ f a ^«- That make a success of
W treating chronic cases
The Ladies Specialists in the the treatment of diseases of
Eye and Ear.
Catarrhal diseases of throat and lungs.
Diseases of women. Special and private diseases of men,
Rupture, piles and fistula. Liquor and opium habit.
Located in Dilday Block, up stairs, C3nier Monroe S
and independence Avenue.
ENID- - - OKLA.
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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/m1/2/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.