The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 21, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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it waves, surges, kqars and rebopnus, only to come back again with greater. fouce for enid, garfield county,[oklahoma and democracy.
Vol. 9—No. 33. Enid, Oklahoma Territory, Thursday, August 21T 1902.
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 Del!very. Phone" No. 33.
Southeast Corner of Square.
16 MINERAL WATER.
OF LAMAR COUNTY, TEXAS.
Austin, Texas, Oct. 23,1901.
This is to certify that I have had
the mineral water furnished by Mr.
Isaac Bernstein,of Paris, Texas, anal-
yzed, with the following results:
Sndiura Chloride 128.6li
Sodium Bicarbonate 90.44
Sodium Sulphate 125.40
Calcium Sulphate 204.00
Magnesium " 130.00
Ferric Oxide & Alum. 5.60
A specific for dj-spepsia, constipa-
tion, kidney and bladder diseases,
dropsy and impure blood. For ner-
vous prostration due to deficicncy of
cell salts, this water is most valuable
For diseases of the glandular system
and for kindred diseases, scrofula,
skin eruption, nephhitis and cistic
diseases, it is unsurpassed; also for
diarrhoea, flux, summer diseases of
children, chlorosis anaemia aud early
stages of Bright's disease. It is val-
uable in many of the conditions inci-
dental to women, but in all cases the
drinking of this water augments cure
Asa Mineral Water it is unsurpassed.
E. T. Dumble, State Geologist.
Recommended by the following Physicians of Paris, Texas, the hotne of
the Biochemic Water:
B F McCuiston M D, G W Bedford, J P Hooks, Harry Taylot, Geo Stell M D
Wm S Baldwin M D, Edwin H Kies, IlBLeach. W E Daily M D, Carlton
Farmer M D, J F Clark, J B Chapman, W W Stell. J WHadenMD
7-7tf O Smith M D, R R Walker, E C Zindell, and J M Fort. M D.
For Sale by and for farther informati nJsee
Eliiid Liquor Go- Phone 3'2.
GOOD-BYE TO STATEHOOD.
Dennis Flynn hardly lit in Guth rie
the other da3' when he remarked,
"It will be good-bye to statehood for
Oklahoma if Bird McGuire is not
elected." Flynn is a great man on
the bood-bye to this or that unless
"me" or some other fellow is elected.
He said it would be good-bye to state-
hood if he wasn't elected six years
ago; he said it would be good-bye to
statehood if he wasn't elected four
years ago. He said it would be good-
bye to statehood if he wasn't elected
two years ago. He was elected every
time but one, but where is the state-
hood? His party has had full con-
trol of the federal and territorial
administration for nearly six years,
but where is statehood? It don't
Alter a Brute,
A brute, by the name of Elisha H.
Wheeler was arrested near El Reno
last Friday for assaulting Ella Car-
nahan only 13 years old, at her home,
the family being absent, came near
being hung by the indignent people
of the commounity Friday night.
A mob surrounded the jail, but the
sheriff noticing the gathering of the
mob spirited the brute out of the
jail and^took him to Vukon then to Ok-
lahoma City for safe keeping. This
two legged animal will probably be
G. Mesrole carries a big stock of
Harness which he sells cheap. They
are ail hand made. 8-16 d&wlw
, , . , , , The old post office building would
seem to be much closer than it was raake an excellent police court and
six j eais ago. jcouncil chamber. However, it is a
It is only within the last year that question whether thc council w
Flynn made any effort to secure Lant it unless there was to be
statehood and in the closing hours loon ln the basement.
of the late session of congress it was
pigeon holed through Flynu's orders Mr. Bonebrake, the late proprietor
so that the same old blackmailing the Enid Telephone Exchange,
game could be played on the peo- "'ants to sell his home, to take the
pie; the same old thread bare war road f°r pastures new. The western
whoop brought out, "if you don't People never care whether they have
elect a republican for congress you|a home or not just so they have
can't get statehood." The game has I plenty of money. They endure all
been worked on the people too often kindsof uncomfortable circumstances
It will cut no figure this election. to make money.
I C. E. Erman, a prosperous young
business man of Enid, has purchased
a half interest in the tailoring busi-
ness of L. Michalso on the west side,
and has taken possession. Mr. Er-
man will find Perry a good business
location and the republican trusts
the people of our city will extend
him a cordial welcome.- -Perry Re-
Webb's icecream, made here each day
Exquisite, cool and just O. K.
Brings patrons here from near and far
Buying ice cream at The Star
Sells for just five cents a dish.
Rich as all our patrons wish
Excellent ice cream sodas, too,
Soft drinks line, that will please you.
The Star serves meals, cooked nice,
And sells them at the farest price.
Unexcelled this place is found
Right here the fans revolve arou nd
All refreshments found first rate
No time is lost—you do not wait—
The "Star" is always up to date.
Webb's Star Restaurant,
•22d&wlm fluid, O. T.
T.rpewrltliiff it,,ti lioobkcepinz
illicitly in-nolrrd. 12 trained prof-Fs-
2!?., „ TO >,«< B autiful city.
$11(1(1*1 H'liHins. Gradual™ in it«-
mimd atn.i.id t-alarlf*. Writo £or t'l
u i , ' it. -,tr,; ,;.|,a frno.
M/ J? •; :s -i . t.. citr
""" 'Joll,'K' •("IK*, ill.
Bought his Coffin and Buried Himself.
It is now thought that the report
of the accidental killing of Caddo S.
Morris in a runaway eight miles west
of Orlando was a fraud and put up
job to defraud a life insurance com-
pany. It is believed that an empty
coffin was buried in the Orlando cem-
■ •tery supposed to contain the remains
of Morris, who is now believed to be
the man named Cox who ordered the
coffin at Perry as no man of that
name lives in the Orlando neighbor-
hood. The coroner of Logan county
is preparing to open the grave and
see what is in that coffin.
If you need a good saddle go to
Mesrole's shop east Broadway. He
carries the largest stock of saddles
in the county. 8-16 d&wlw
THE CELEBRATION A 00.
Meeting of the Executive
Committee Last Night-
and Various At-
The executive committee appointed
at the previous meeting, met at the
office of Decker Bros, & Co., last
night. Many suggestions were made
bordering on the old line of amuse-
ments for the entertainment of the
people. The following additional
aommittees were appointed.
Finance, Chas. Goltry, W. M.
Randal*, Wm McGinnU' Will Ken
Speakerj, Sherman G ilt ry, Rick
Mes^all, H. J. Sturgis.
Amusements, Frank Worcester
Harry Wright, Ed Howard, J. S
Shoemaker, Proctor Durham.
Band Contest, Harry Homer
Lewis Wilson, George Drummond
Athletic Sports, Edmotd Prar.tz
C. C. Crooch, Chas. Bailey.
Public Comfort, J. B. Ferguson
J. B. Cullison, E. R. Lee.
Transpt rtation. John Murphy
Carnival, Enid Conncil 178, U C.
Decoration-, E. Kline, Prank
Hod g den, B. W. Curtis, V. E. Kirverr,
W. B. Pennitnan.
Flower Parade, Prank Letson.
Merchants parade, Dick Kenned
Sim Evane, Spencer Allen, L. A.
Faubion, Richard, Coon, Fred Wat-
kins, Mont Frar.t*, Ikc Hitschfield
Chas. Hanna. Frank Kirk, A. F.
Barr, P. Bowers, Jim Moore, Frank
Cbilsor, P. Pagan, Johnson & Co.,
Wm Gensman, C. C. Parker.
Dancing, Chas, A. Wilson, Frank
Newsome,C. M. L;w s.
Civic Parade, Geo. M. Parks, M.
Godschalk, B. C. Dickensheels, Grant
Yeakey, C. L. Ogalsbee.
These committees are expected to
organize at once and report their
work to the executive committee. The
next meeting of the executive com-
mittee occurs at the same place next
Another big effort will be made to
get up a good attractive flower par-
ade, which has always been a failure
in.Enid, but Frank Letson promises to
make it a success this time. A Car-
nival Queen will be chosen in the
It is preposed to get up a Merchants
and night carnival parade. The sec-
ret orders will be asked to participate
in the parade.
A "midway palisance" will be in
full blast some where. The celebr a-
tion will be a success if everybody
This signature Is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo^Quinine Tablet*
the remedy that curea a cold In one day
Robbers tried to dig into Joe Mc"
Neals bank in Guthrie the other day.
They entered a barber shop next
door to the bank and started a hole
about 12 inches square through the
double brick wall into the bank vault,
but they only dug half way through
when they quit work for some rea-
son. Guess the robbers thought Joe
was holding up a whole lot of school
and public buildingmoney thatshould
be distributed and they proposed to
distribute some of it.
or Arkansas gtty, Kan.,
. ..intry for the cora petenci o! Iix 'i'eacheih mid the
tliorouKhnestiof its method*. Thu ruiiulutiun of
tlu Colloyo is tliut it produces
THE BE.ST RESULTS IN
THE. SHORTEST TIME..
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Typewriting l*citiiMin«lilp< KiibIImi-
Actual practice in Hookk*ei)i g durinK tlmmitiru
ootir*«; tlioHiinplftht. and oaMient of fcihoit-
hand overdoviHed.inaurIns proirn nnfrom thoHturt;
plain and fanoy I'enUannhlp tauuht l y a minder
or (he art. m ccIa1 tuken in younu or
backward pupil* and a finished butiineKu education
and training Kunr;<nt «d to nil.
!>AY AM* KVKMM1 Enter any
time. Forfurther inform atlon .term*,etc..addreee
Park Butinm golleat Go., Hrttaiuai City, Han.
I K. II. BARROWS, President.
Elmer E Jones to B W Vanderen. n
i nw 35-24-3, 12,000.
E T McCaleb to Bank of Enid, ne
Oklahoma Bridge & Steel Structur-
al Works to J E McCarty, trustee
for the Porter Yeast Company 1,7943
| acres Steel Plant ad $1.00.
J M White to William M Anderson
lot 5-0 blk 34 Kenwood $1200.
Jas M Wilson to George W Clark
sw 53-24-5 $3500.
Christian A Brynie to James E For-
bes se 1-23-6 $3000,
Burton A Garber to Lewis F Le-
force ne 14-22-3 $3250.
W C Allen, Jr to Hugh Fergueson
w i lot 0 and lot 7-8 blk 20 Enid $1850.
Thomas Moran to Clem VMoran ne
WC Allen JrGW Brittan nj se
Hugh Fergueson to W C Allen Jr
n i se 0-20-4 $1850,
Charles Philbrick to Edwin M Mc-
Farland lot 1-14-13 blk 1; lot 23-24 blk
8; lot 14 blk 0 lot 1-2 blk 2: lot 17 blk
3 Cropper $110.
M D Hennen to A W C'arlin lot 14
blk 20 Hunter $1100.
R H Benting to George Wilmoth
lot 17-18 and w 1 lot 1!) blk 51 Enid
Johnathan W Covey to James E
Frisbie lot 2 blk 11 Weatherlys 2nd
The Flopdoodle Crowd.
If men of small caliber could in-
fluence the world we would be in the
throes of a brainless panic at all
a constant supply of blood-making material or
their systems break down under the constant,
drain. The very moment there is iack of blood,
or when the blood is impoverished, the signal
appears upon the face in sallowness or pallor.
The remedy needed is Dr. llarter's Iron Ton it.
Nothing else meets this particular condition so
well. Use of it hns made hundreds of thous
ands of women look younger and made them
leel even younger than they looked. It not only
restores strength, energy and beauty, but it Is a
prompt and certain cure for nil ailments pecu-
liar to the sex. It cures because it removes the:
first cause. It supplies just what nature needs
to bring health.
strengthens debilitated organs, gives tone anil
elasticity to muscles and ligaments, rounds out
wasted tissues and renews the vigorof the nerv
ous system. It helps quickly and just as suroly
Loss of appetite, of ambition, nervousnes'
pains in the head, back, kidneys, limbs, tnu-t
cles, etc., are all cured by Dr. Harter'sIron Tonic
The following is one of thousands of similar
endorsements that we have received:
Houston. Texas, Dee. i. woi
"My father has used your medicine since thc
War, and when I married in December, I87i, I
commenced housekeeping with one bottle of Dr
Harter's Iron Tonic, one bottle of his Wile.
Cherry Bitters, and two boxes of his Little Liv
er Pills. 1 am now nearly sixty-two years of
age. Looking backward I feel aitached to the
old medicines and would not change them for
any of the new ones mudc."
Mrs. J A. Pickett.
Every bottle of Dr. Hui
tor's Iron Tonie has our
"Crescent" trade-mark on
tlio label. Don't accept a
substitute —insist on Dr. Harter's
times. There are creatures in every I < •« eu«r««toe tintetevetnUmoaUlixeauin...
community who change what little
mind they may have in every reverse
whirl of the winds and the change is I
based on mercenary motives. There
is not a particle of change in the
populist principles, they stand the
same as they did four years ago.
There is no change in the republican
principles; they stand the same as
they did four years ago, only a lit-
tle worse for the common people.
Success has made the republican
leaders more bold in their common
people robbery, and plutocrat en-
riching policy. In the face of these
facts it was disgusting to honest po-
litical minds to see Little Peter,
Comrade Lacy Cockeye Patrick and
other loud calamity howlers of six
and four years ago affiliating in a
republican convention. Itwassimp-
ly a grand and laughable exhibition
of the pin point caliber of men whose
only ambition in politics is mercen-
ary office hunting and a grand weak
sparring match for position. Peter
turned his stony heart to republican-
ism to secure land office proof no-
tices: Tracy turned republican be-
cause he couldn't get an office in the
pop party. Cockeye Patrick came
right out and took the mask from his
brazen face and said that he had al-
ways been a republican, had simply
played pop to enjoy a pop county
printing graft. As soon as he lost
it he took his bud from the pop tree
and budded it onto the rep. tree.
Bray petered little Peter out. Lit-
tle Peter brayed Bray out. Cock-
eye Patrick's always out. Bray has
sold out and left the county and the
'whangdoodle mourneth." The rest
of the flop-doodle gang might just as
well get out as no one can place any
conficence in them politically.
THE ENID STUDY CLUB.
M.ulc only by
THE DR. HARTtR MEDICINE COMPANY
Makers also „f Dr. Harter's Willi Cherry Bitten
and otlitr well known Dr. Harter Medicine*..
FOR BALE EVERYWHERE,
self but for the good of others. The
history of her life has been and will
continue to be an inspiration to all
women whose ambition is to lie use-
ful as well as influential.
Resolved, That in the death of
Mrs. Douglas, the Enid Study Club
have lost an exemplary officer, an
interested friend and a wise coun-
Resolved, That we extend to thc
husbandland son our sincere sympathy
in this, their hour of grief knowing
that ''He who doeth all things well"
will in his own good time reunite
this broken circle.
Mrs. May H. Wilson,
Mhs. Ella L. Fleming,
Mrs. Mary C. Lee.
Joe Lodes, the fusion candidate for
county commissioner, will cross the
tt°figy Creek bridge on Market street
with a majority so large that Frank
Hodgden will wish he hadn't set up a
single cigar. Our Joseph is not so
well acquainted in the ci}y as he will
be before the election, but the farm-
ers who nominated him know him
well. Lodes will be elected.
Pass Resolutions of Condclence on the
Death of Mrs. Selwyn Douglas.
At a meeting of the Enid Study
Club held yesterday afternoon the
following resolutions were adopted:
Whereas, The death of Mrs. Sel-
wyn Douglas has brought sorrow and
regret to every Woman's Club in Ok-
Resolved: Thc Enid Study Club feel
deeply the loss of the honored and
beloved president of the Federation
She was the first and only president,
and we are proud to know that she
stood for all that was noble and
right. A strong advocate for aduca-
tion along all lines. She was a fair
sample of what an educated woman
could accomplish, not only for her-
The Model meat and gro-
cery store is now on the west
side with a larger stock of
meats and groceries than
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 21, 1902, newspaper, August 21, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112161/m1/1/: accessed November 25, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.