The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 10, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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Vr. Ciliror _ _
«e *Js ~r . i t .ve coofce— and en-
, wri a ittie of tst bet time in con-
<rr-— Ttt -crap l«twt.ea Senator
Ba. • • a-i Ueverc je is ti.e Senate
>_Tia bcr -i.-" Maour mother ci—
grace to ivot Weedine ojatry, tet
wt art • rry it ( 4 cot occur while we
I were viewing the weir* of that great
d.gnlSed ? body of Asericaa states-
men. We are of the opinios that
Senator Ba tjr - attack c® Senator
* 3e*erid ge w a« rr?at*4. jet aot
jnproi r tr-i. However, csritj the
H. C West. c Res
B'C 3: i p. M. Aadcnooi
are ia ti; ity froaj Wichita todar.
Mr, p j
I* ia th:
+«rge of UjFajttte i
*r- Sfce .- tan.
W.O. Cromwell will make the
£K tr.ct Clerk,
i is Ei Reno t ill-
egal b*i«ne r.
A. McEJ Rata
week attending to
A. Lewis a
;r*>«« Lay Fayette. Is
*>kisj for a location.
-- .a tze cit
Henry VcCle.land b^c the second
uager on t.- rirht band cot off tcda^
vhile working with a feed cutter.
M:* Jessie M^rie Worcester went
Poca Creek th.? erenio? to risi;
ir.end?. She will he gone a week.
William-. book-keeper in
the Bank of En;c went to Kansas
The 'j*lahoma Centra. Medical [be a severe ta-k for the American
mk : i.. r.... its quarterly people to l k opoa tee United State -
r.<reti.:% -.a tie cciirt aou?; T le-dai Senate as a great aad very dignified
J«4*e Garber went to bi, bo«e ia ! IfJ* K. W*** -irk of the
. Carber thi? momng H- wil "** ~**,OC " t0 * coaUr^ tfce
•pend the Fourth witfc b - famUr f l'uiUi Stat** "ast
— * - * be educated sa the pacri!:.ft:<: art
Flem:.-.? .eave? thi? evening most be able to goarc with his left
or H >rton. Kitrai. to<pead a tr uth and ?*od ia a jaw lifting under cat
►"1th hi? grandfather, Mr. W. W. with hi* right.
xitit JaoeaD-J ti.* hottest There are at t'.e present wr';
- i"- 3 * : i-" ry hare pttj 124 member- enrolled. Tbi • -
During our trip east a gradual increase in membcrobip;
and it oped taat during ae re-!
tsainiag t* i weeks the naaiUr
be dotibied. Come one an-i all ano
aiake this ore of Gar.,el cc r.'.y'r .
be>t Xoraa. Institute*.
There w..1 be no K#ion on July 4 th.
aac 3th. A vote taken to see if
there woaid be one on Monday the |
Tth. tat wa? voted down.
Chapel - ervices are held every
atorr.a? at >:J0. Were conducted]
aiora.at' by IU:v. Waiter* of
Pre*byteriaa churci:. Mr Walters
cat: - ate -es-onof c^t^— s-n- t *a. s meet- :th hearty wekoase.
tor Bevericge basbeca ia-c-lfiii^ ia L. W. Baiter. -uperiatendent of
B-C- -ilire ar s borE.ag ,rt: to- j : .a-tit .:. >a of Oklahoiaa Ter-
warc the -^-thern «en.ator- seetalag- ritory vi-itei the iastitate ia-t week
o ioaiale the Late Joar fare each one of the gTades a verr i
iaterestiag and fceneScial talk. He
ta.kct oa the ,-tere-t that eaca
teacher -hoc.: take in deveiopinr
miad of the ri-.ag geaeratioa.
A specie. cla>r ia dra="ia? wa- or-
gan ixed thi - week racer the :a-trac-!
-..-•as of M." McLeaa :rf Xort'a Enid.
Mis-? McLeaa was rradaated from
Etap'^j-.a with the ciaaa of 19C aad
is competent in every way to take
•raarteof tat -iatie- a?-.reed aer.
Literature, another special stndy
,-oae of tie ra:-t iatere^tiae c!a~fs
Miss De Co a of the
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
H_ _ _
and other eld time
bloody -airt senators playiag to the
sral rfr.es as ;t were to work np a re-
station as a sarcastic stinger. Bat
Beveridge iack the commaad of ian-
i gaaee > --: : by Inraii- Shermac
and others, [agaiis always covered
hi- stinger with a joi:-hed string of
adjectives which often dra the ad-
mtration of tpe he *as roastiar.
Beverage caaaot do - : he hac ;-ft-
ter p- J in a.- rtiajer: .: he cor.'t he
City this evening to lirithL-mother *** an apper cst next ti®* ia
-tead of a choking. It is getting to of the Noma!.
— DEALERS IX-
tSulky and St
-AXD ALL KINDS OF-
for hiia?e".£. but it wfil
bctkiHtoeid. He ha? exhibited
Little Xoal Walton of Pond Creek
will be down this evening to ?peod
the Foorth with Mr?. Worcester -
A list of practicing attorney
Oarfieid county ha- beta prepared br i Cloaty
Joe Sproat. 'Asere are f ~ 1 *v"
the city of Eai 1
L >:a: po.:ti.: seem to -e>. churned
np. We have not had time to riew
the landscape over. The only boii-
0!- in? pot in the puddle rfea- to be Old
He U giving horrible advice
-.f re • by the ^tickf-.i aaa - a;et.a:ej by the
column. Among other terrible things
Aisa Xonaa. has charge •:
cla-- acdcertaialy does herse
ia condncting it.
Tac book-keeping cia-r. bv the
rote of the majority, decided tc> take
ta-; :r work in the aftcraooas at the
B_?:ac - Co-.ei'c. It is makia; ra?>'.d
idrac f aeat under tae .r-traction
of Pr . Stevens.
M.^j Lisa Avery ha- charge oi ail
primary work- hema reminds one of the curing of
We take note that taere ^an a-> hard cider. After it leaves the
-■eats of oo£ agent-. Th.- .- an- rirgia apple it turns into a sour state,
tain begin? to boil and fr th at the
Tte Mr .! Inn. fkffir Ilua EipeaaL
•->os*r,'er Brown ha? Eade up a Before the harvester has completed
Tery peculiar poiiticai feather-bed it, work ia the wide fields «,f Osiaho-
injare no one ma wheat, the noisy thresher, with
its bustling attendants, beyan work,
well k-owa fickleness oi a young and and iTOm thu titne oc untU ^ in
iaaophesticated Kansas political in-, tije faj] Wag0n load after wagoa load
te.ec^. Brown - ?hort pointed anc of the goiden grain will be hauied to
rersitie josmaliMic career in Okla- mar!tet. In every action of the ter-
asaal in a Xonnal institute.
Prof. L -ti the Carrier Academy
was one or the X rmai riri t r- to-
Cobbqb xb#el Fud.
Tbi? evening at four o'clock Judgr: . I0.
Beaachamp pronounced the marriage eTtr Tear<j
ceremony of Chas. Dyke* and Ollie
Bern, both of Enid.
that complete harmony
■ the f u;ioa forces. Who
of complete harmony
whenClouty - takea iato c>a?idera-
tioc but fortunately he i- not taken
into conrideration. we are informed.
S me of tae-e dars Rocserfellow.
month? CWiT'i ii aa^e beea turned
.. m_ , . OTer to the territorial treasurer from
ho Uteiy composed the arm of P.erpoat Morean aad the sweet -cent- the ^riou? fund- Tfcese fur:? are
-.ttoraey- Percy Glaze aad C. J.
A"est filed a petition in bankrupcy
Lgaia?t Mike Taylor and Aaaa Tay-
V E Taylor Jt C< . T>e - labilities ed ?^gar trust wii.. proceed to Wash-
are aboct ! /.' '<. assets not knowe. • ington and give Roosevelt a a;...ion
" dollar repremarxi for icterieriar ;a
. i-t*ate Flyaa of Oklahoma. wi„ tfceL, priTate b«iDm.Le. the ari-
flTt W,sW,«toa Jc:-T 4 ioz Hoc&- vilage* of looting the people under
Bin Mrs FJjna aad the children c",egi lation
* ' Mart frc-m tae capital city aboat
tmng hole, then subcides into a sort
of a dreamy half vinegar, half
cider state ?eemingly studying
whether it would pay better to turn
itself into a counterfeit sour wine or
Arrangement- are '^icg aiCi for ^ be honest aa-d maistain its dignity
tae distribution of the schoo. t aad - s.nd honesty by remaining cider in
on tae ..thof Ju.-. Thed:?tr.x!i*: a hardened ,tate. Yes
.? aaade sera.-annually, the a?t c:?- acted }ast iike cider in its worldly
tribution beic? made in January, routine, except that be has concluded
The ?-:a o, -an department ha- ma :e ' aot to be hard cider but a real sour
report aad dunng the past -:i jcoanterfeit wine believing that he
commaac more money in the
•f Roosevelt don't
act as taev dictate taer will ijeat him
he c„.^.o. H re..ca Kaa . to v.-.t oat Qf tj;,e repebiican nomination for
Common school indemnity.
Greer county, section 13...
Greer countv. section 33...
ti Id . •
.. m •
a^irket. Oh. well, it is nothing more
than the passing of Brown. We are
sorry, as we had expected better
things «f the young man.
ritory threshing has commenced, and
the yield this year is surpri=insr the
farmer, who anticipated that his
crop would fall 50 per cent ?hort of
The yield from fields which have
been threshed and marketed i- reach-
ing nearly 20 bushels to the acre, and
in many cases above this number.
The grain is testing from " > to 62.
a and with the exception that it is not
Brown has regular as last year's crop, when it
comes to testing it has even appear-
ance of being as good as last year's
It was only a few month- ago that
the cry was sen'up by the "knocker"
that Oklahoma would have a wheat
failure: that the crop would not be
one-third of last year'? yie'.c. and it
was predicted that field? which
brought 25 bushels to the acre would
Career. I'ieers, A'c- i produce les? than 10 bushels to the
Mediein* Fret, acre this year. But this ha? a. been
relatives, after which therwi
fee middle of Augnrt.
Cm ret blood p j itott
--rata. Carbuncle*, etc.
If you have offensive pimples or changed, and the • kaoc<erv ha-been
eruptions, ulcers on any part of the forced to retire to the rear Whil#-
After fifteen per cent of the com-1 bocy. aching bones or joints, falling . ..
V- r^T-wn T11 v. . president if It co U theia «+ «X000. ^kh, Khool indemaitv fnnd ha- been mucous patches, swollen glands. -=e yie.a may not be a: great a- .asrt
- ' e *-•-■at FortT m.iion to these fei sow? would .... r. -,i . ' , . ?k:n itches and burns, sore lips or years phenominal crop, vet the Ok-
takea out. it aoll be toaarferred to (nllM. fe,tering ?,res. sharp, lahoma farmer has no ca^e for co—
...ecommon sc_x>l lUad, ■s-hica wi_. -nawiag paias. then you suffer from ,.iasnt ti - >,_. . . . ...
make thi? fund aggregate nearly j erious blood poison or the beginning ~ ~ ' ^aeat
•- *1© for Attribution among the
school children of the ter:
January the distribution
14 > children, making a per capita disease?. It kills the poisoa in the
of 92 cents oiooc thereby giving a healthy blood
-nPP;y to the effected parts" heals The acreage thi? vear is greater
, orB.r.c. ... ,^rea.a.a- eTery ,.:re ^ uicer. even deadly can- than it was la?t vear. Thi? means
*o.ar w... mace out a de.ai.ee cer. stor-a., aches and pains and re- th . th
sent aad cucis? a", swellings. Botanic Blood that the -roPtb;' year will aggre-
c>t look as big as forty cents does to
The W *ve is for the election of
3&U Crow? for congress aad he will be
iected but for ->mt reason or other
BUI has been pemiaded to make a
oorrible mUtate in the management
•/ ais campaifa. If Pharoah was to
catch Moses in the builra?hes just
tow he would string him on hi? snick-
ersnee. Mo?es should be pat under
od for the faithful destribution of
that campaign fund.
Yesterday evening Deputy Sheriff —
Clint Clark went to Hennessey and ^ce Perce for farm -an?,
arrested Otcar Breece. charged with term- to be had. Option to pay
^rgalry. Breece acknowledged to I'ar*- " ; a"«-aa . t.mc.
goin^ into Henry B.11in«r- ao--e whil-
10 one was lat home and taking a
The fellow? who pat up mocey oc
Hov-ler B.lls" electrical perpetual
motion ?no_lc get tae old man out of
jail aad let him go. Those who bite
at unreasonable or unscientific pro-
positions anc cet bit -aouid keer
real ^uiet. It was Bill"* way of mak-
ing a livln? and he wa? honest in
persuing h.? profession. Later: Bill"?
i or tne beginning , , . *
—- lBC j of deadly cancer. You maybe per- a stock came out of the winter
, maneatly cured by taking Botanic and spring months in splendid shape,
rritor" in Kood Balm B. B. B made especial- Xow he is marketing his wheat and
*as dion? It to cure the woret blood and skin t
double return? for hi>
r.atemeat of tae apportionment
how much -thoolmonev per car-ita Balm cures ail mahgaat blood trou- gate as many bushels as the crop of
* * :• e§. such as tczema. scabs and
Fine at *ato«f3.
bles. such as eczema, scabs and scales, last year,
pimples, running sores, carbuncles,
?crofula. etc. Especially advised for
all obstinate cases that have reached
E. E. Brown, of theGuthr.e O'oser
Ye terdav at Watonga the elf. the second or third stage. Druggists
* ##1. To prove it cures, sample of
a- -enoas.y d^martc byta fire taat is Blood Ba2ln gent free and prepaid bv
•jppf -ed to have started in the rear writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga".
of a -alo.n. The fire consumed a Describe trouble and free medical ad
gold watch and caain. He had the'
-ratchaod a skelleton kev on hi- T*%-!
which editor.allt charges
parwc when arrested. Hi? people . .. "... . s „
ire well to do do c tizeo> of Hemes-1 wUh demanain? lij from BdlCros..
*y, hi- brother beinj in bj-ine?-
there. He i? in jail awaiting
action of the grand jury.
Saturday night, exact time ac-
•.town, ;.n Indian by the name of
- Jahn Alec was killed by a train in the
Santa Fe yards at this place. It 1?
■ot known whether he was attempting
to *teal a ride or had got on the track
aad was unable to get off. He bad
•jeen drinking all day Saturday and
-s supposed to have been under the
influence of liquor at the time of his
death. The accident was not dis-
covered until Sunday morning and
nothing is learned as to how it could
iare happened. The Indian was
about 30 years of age and cane here
from Michigan about four years ago.
er. ha- sued the Okla ho man on a | saloon, implement bouse, hardware ! T^e s.ent ij^eale^letter^
and criminal libel store, restaurant and several mall
* | which editorially charges Brown j bu'Ming*. The total loss being esti-
mated beyond $50,000. The heaviest
lo se? were the Knock Hardware
company, to the amount of $15,000:
the Tyler & Cronkhite department
store. t25.COO. and the Misletoe bar,
•5.000. The buildings burned formed
the principal portion of Main street.
and were the most important in the
Stvps the Cough and Hurts off the Cold.
Laxative Brotno Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. Xo cure. or.
pay. Price 25 cents.
the democratic candidate :or con-
gre--. Seem? as though Brown
need> a little more money to publish
hi- dirtT sheet.
Marshal Bridges Assaulted.
While driving through the country
near Tishomingo. I. T.. Tuesday De-
puty United State* Marshal Bridges
was attacked by outlaws, supposedly
the same band that murdered the
| Oklahoma sheriffs on Monday, and
-everely handled, being left for dead.
Later the bandits, were overtaken by
a posse of officers near Duncan. I. T..'
and routed, the outlaws abandoning j
a number of stolen horses and
The democratic campaign of this
county seems to be in the hands of a
Killed His Mao. cheap tax receipt printer of Still-
Gcthrie, O. T., July 2.—At the water. a fellow with an apron full of
home of Judge W. S. Petit, in Paw- wcrn out tvPe- and the executive de-
huska. George Dickie, an Osage in.' Partment of the committee on county
dian graduate of the Carlisle school, suPP"es. Xo doubt the gentleman
was shot four times and killed by
Judge Petit, whom Dickie had at-
tempted to kill by shooting. There
was a dance at the Petit home and1
Dickie was drinking. Becoming
quarrelsome, he was called down by
Petit and immediately pulled a gun
and shot Petit through the groin.
Two sons of Petit caught Dickie,
held and disarmed him. Judge Petit
became conscious and hot Dickie
four times, killing him instantly.
Petit is a high Indian official, consid-
ered the finest attorney in the terri-
from Stillwater will put up a hard
Ex-president of the Alva Xormal
will probably embark in the banking
This lignMape Is oo every box of the penalne
Laiative Bromo=Quinine Txb-.ea
the remedy th : rare* a coM In ooe day
Guthrie and Oklahoma City have
buried the hatchet. Oklahoma City
participated in the laying of the cor-
ner stone of the new Carnegie Libra-
ry building at Guthrie vesterdav.
•ance which time he has been working L_. , .. - .
— **-- Cal Sioan rancl He ia Pv~ C !^fn ae !?Dce caPed across the country into Ok'a- 'msine*s at Alva, Since he is of no
3ioan ue I bnt :t its wrong, get your work done ~ . ' . a ln,M. .k.
bi.rled ri :-
morning.—Pona City !
To Cure « Cold in one dty.
Take Laxative BromoQuinine Tab-
lets. All drugg ?ts refund the money
■If it fails to cure E. W. Grove'* signa-
ture i* on each box. 25c.
correct and it i* right.
F. O. Hubbell,
The Expert H atchmaker.Jeweler
homa. Two have been captured.
Mr?. *atkiis tBtenaias.
more use to the Normal he will have
to look for another position.
.. „ a m ... , 'The Best Prescription for Malaria.
Mrs. H. H. Watkins entertained
Fntr<uixer A nraj.mmtr thirt.T ^dies at her residence on 313 Chills and Fever is a bottle of
bngss\ er, & Graduate Qpticon. Maine street this evening. A Fourth Grove s Twteless ChiU Tonic. It is
Doe-all these thingi perfectly. With of July lunch was served and every r^^>^_J°naDd Quinine in a taste-
3. H. Allen. one enjoyed themselves very much. 50c.
The warm summer winds are on
hand again, but not quite as warm as
usual. However, if rain does not ap-
pear to cool the winds now heating
up corn cooking time will be here
Found 1! Bradley vt Vincent foJ
cheap farm or chattel loau. Xo de-
lay. 6-13dlw 6-12 wtf
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