The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thurssday, October 30, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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Don't Take our Word For it,
Don't jump at the conclusion because our add reads
well, that we will necessarily do all we claim to do,
but call. Call early and often and be convinced j
The Little Drug Store.
(Grown up) with the "Little Prices" (Scaled Down, is
the store to tie to when buying Drugs, Paints, Wall Paper,
Watches. Clocks, Jewelry, etc. * '
Quantity,Quality and Little Prices i n
di a A - i Forthe
Blended in every sale.
In crier to vote the ticket straight
jjst .-tamp an X inside the square
t contain* the rooster. No other
eed he made on your ticktt.
Mr#. J. F. Knothe aud Mrs. J. S.
Westhafer drove to Waukomis, Mon-
Mrs. Schoonover, of Ames, is visit-
in the bedside of her sick daugh-
ter. Mrs. Reynolds.
L. D. Miner came to town Friday '
to finish up his carpenter work.
Terrell, the younjf son of Mr, and
Mrs. Davis was ^uite sick Sunday
n (jbt with croup.
Mr- Sam Wires returned to Bed-
ford. Ind.. Friday after a pleasant
visit with her husbaud. She is well
pleased with the country and our
Mrs. W. A. Oliver
I he most Skillful . n i Successful Surgeons and Si>ecla 1 i..
west of St. Louis, in the treat.ne t of chronic, special,
nervous, surgicl and private diseases of men
f ± LITTLE
1 lib DRUG
Ed. 0. Alexander
Jeweler and Optician.
beneat o' the Republicans visit f rom her sister.
vr.o tit-sire to vote only a part of the
Democratic ticket,/mply make an The rePubl>«ns advertised a big-
X ih the square at the left of the meeting for last Thursday night, but
nan'* name >ou wi?h to vote tor in no speakers came. The Democrats
the column under the rocster.
N B. Xmas is coming and we will
For Register of Deeds,
FRANK L. DAMILTO:.'.
meet her with The Goods. LJ
I I For Prob., te Judt'
CHAS L. MOORE.
Doctor Entriken, the Dentist, over
/. L. iSBXBERQ, Editor & Manager.
Please your wife by getting* her a
Garland Heater of Frantz Hardware
Co 9-30d& wlm
Ry mall por year—
By carrier per year..
If Sweepstakes Hour suits you, tell
your neighbors: if not tell us. Ask
□ For Cc
For Count i Attorney,
O. D. BUBBKLL,
MISS NANNIE LOU BATES
For County Treasurer,
ALBERT L. LINCOLN.
hreemonthfl .♦* . 3i
PTor advertising rates apply to the office
** 00 for it. Any greer will supply you.
W. H. RYAN.
Stove.; blacked and set up, Frantz
Uarewarc Co. l)-30d&wlm
Headaches, dizzy shells bad blood, | I
rheumatism, indigestion, contlpation,' |
absolutely cured it you take Rocky ' '
Tea made by Madison Co
For County Weigher,
For Commissioner 1st Di t.,
J. R. LODS.
Three thirteen year old newsboys! If Sweepstakes Hour suits you, tell
of Oklahoma City, went out hunting
the other day accompanied by a bot-
tle of whiskey. Their mangled dead
hotlies were found strewn along the
Santa Fe R. R. track two miles south
of Noble, at 4 o'clock. Monday morn-
ing. It is presumed that the boys be-
came dead drunk and lay down on the
taiiroad track acd fell asleep.
Now comes the second report that
Miss Alice Roosevelt is really en. ag-
ed to marry Lieutenant John Green-
«ta>", of Hot Springs, Arkansas, who
was an officer in Roosevelt's Rough
Tiiders in the Spanish War and he is a
fjreat favorite with the president.
H.- is a guest of the president's fam-
ily at Washington at this writing.
Mr. Greenway is thirty years of age
and springs from one of the best
southern families. It seems to the
that Alice might have found a
younger man if she had looked
around a little.
Question of Taxation.
The state tax in Texas is a little
over 16 cents on the hundre 1 dollars.
'HjiC territorial tax in Oklahoma is
7* cents on the hundred dollars.
After we secure our little twenty-
nix county state the tax will raise to
#1.25 per hundred dollars and the
looters whom the people are sure to
clc£t to the legislature w ill run the
little state in debt about ♦2,000,t)iHi in-
wide of live years. The taxation
prospect of statehood for Oklahoma
alone is not very pleasant to con-
Test II, Brother.
A Lawtcn paper has a suspicion
that several girls in that town lace
too tightly. If the editor will catch
the tir-i irl he suspects and then in
using all his strength he can not
make her waist any -mailer, he can
feel assured that tin- girl is too
tightly laced and that he had good
grounds for suspicion. The suspi-
cious editor should do thif: provided
of course, that tht re is no big brother
or sweetb(art anxiou.- to convince
him of his error.—Ex.
.Some bets have been made here
that Cross' majority would be 10,01)0.
There's all kinds of money on ham
that he will be elected. The repub-
licans concede that the
shows a democratic majority of 7,ono.
your neighbors: if not, tell us. Ask
for it. Any grocer will supply you.
First Published in the Wave. October 22,11*02
To whom It may concern:
In romp •lance with the provision of Sec-
tion :i. Chapter 22, of the Session Laws of
Oklahoma territory for th ^ year
Notice Ik hereby given that Wm.
StephenKon filed on the 21st day of Octo-
ber, A I). 1H02. hIh petition for a license
to sell at retail malt, spirituous and vinous
liquors, on the southeast quarter of sec 11,
twp. ?1, R 4. West I. M.Otttr twp. Garfield
County. Oklahoma Territory, and that
unless objection to the same, an required
by law.be filed on or before the 6th day of
November A. 1). 1603, said petition will be
Enid, O. T. October 21st. 1802.
Attest:—<SE A L.) Applicaut,
Frank T. Hatter, County Clerk.
or Cot uiissioner, 2nd Dint
PAT J. ROACH.
For Commissioner, 3rd Dist.
E. F. BARXETT.
For Justice of the Peace.
r. A. Ii. [
sell Ht I
lot lt< 1 I
For Justiceof the Peace,
had a rousing big meeting iSaturday
evening addressed by Geo. T. Rush, I
and other . Sheridan township is
safe for the democratic ticket.
J. M. Anderson and lady visited
his parents near Hennessey Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Knothe paid a
flying visit to Lahoma Sunday.
Rev. Houck is conducting an int<*-
esting *eries of meetings at Alvar-
Mr. and Mrs. Will Reynolds are
rejoicing over the arrival of a pair of
twins. A five pound boy and a seven
BORN:—To Mrs. Job Downing, I
Thursday, a daughter.
B. L. Ingersoll, the harness man. j
has returned from Woodward county
where he filed on a claim.
Bob Little is drilling a well for
Andy Thorlton on South Mis-ouri
L. F. Wilson and J. C. Bastine
moved to town the first of the week.
There are no empty houses in town.
Tom Wilson, of Ames, was here on
! Ben Townsencl did business here
' Chas. Scott started for Woods Co.
on his wheel, Monday, to locate a
Chas. W. Barrett; our general
j agent will move soon to Douglas, O.
T., and go into the drug business.
I A. W. Atkins started Monday to
| his claim to erect a shack or sod
; house and break out some land. He
' is 16 miles southwest of Alva,
1 J. R. Godfrey left Tuesday for
Diseases of the eye ear, riose, throat and lungs.
tula and ruptures treated without the knife.
Liquor and Opium Habit Success-
fully i reated.
Owners of the Ger.r, n Hospital, the best equipped Hospital
in Oklahoma. .
Located in Dildav Blo-'c, .i y stairs, carnsr Monroe S
and independence Avenue.
ENID, - - OKLA.
ttit the Truth
that we have a
fine line of Gro=
In Connection. We have the best and
freshest meats, fish, game, etc.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
Popular prices and fair treatment is our motto.
LYLE & SON-
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
* * * *
A TRAIN OF THOUGHT
For Delegate to Congress,
'or Councilman, (>th D'st
PAT J. GOyLUlNG.
(First published Oct 21, 1902, Dally Wave.)
To whom It may concern:—
In compliance with the provisions of
Section :i. Chapter 2S, of the ses-don Laws
of Oklahoma Territory fur the vear
notice is hereby given that J. H horndorf* r
filed on the 2lst uay of Oetobt
1W--', his petition for a liceni
wholesale malt, liquor*. on lot
In block i:j. Klrst ward, in tin- city
of Enid, Garfield county, Oklahoma territory
and that unless objection lo the same. ** re-
ulr * * * *
%y . ^
Knld, O T.. October rist. 1WK
J. H. Koksimirfkr,
At est rcLtvK T. Hatteh County clerk. t* ce,under the head of
For Representative, 12th D-:
Rusk Springs, I. T., to work in a tin
T. C. Pierce has g"one to Hobart
where he expects to locate.
Sunday school at Drummond every
Sunday morning at 10. Rev. Houck's
regular appointment is next Sunday
evening and every two weeks.
The name of William Cross, the
quired by law, be tilf-d on or before the 6>fc ■ fu.|on nominee for mn.r,.. „ri - ,
day of Nov A 0.1902. said petition will be u 10n nomlt)ee tor congrt-s, wul ap-
pear on a separate ticket from the
c unty ticket and it will appear
):i. t: r-1 ward
Garfield county, Oklahoma
that unless objection to tlit
T.cket'' and "Peoples Ticket." The
voter should take (jreat precaution
I ill voting for Mi. Cross. Don't put
I the X opposite his name under both
I eads; if you do your ballou may Be
j considered mutilated. Vote for each
5 A, I) I candidate only once.
Mr. Goulding's name will appear
uncer two heads the same as Willians
attempt to put a X
In both placet.
Borders uame will appear oaly
■s on lot I" biorii | mice on
city ,,r Enid, j
to put an X opposite his name, of
If Swetpotake# flour suit* you, tell
your nt^'bbor*: if not, tell u.-. Aftk
for it. Any grocer will Hupply you.
Kir.-.! published in The Wave Oct
To whom It may Concern:
In compliance with the provisions of
Section Chapter aj, of ti.e Houston I.aws J CrOoH, but don't
of oklahoma Territory for the year IKC '
Notice iHln>rel y Klvcn that J M I). | oo.wi-ite ihianam
>1 ti 111 Is 1 ii and iJuvld K sharp, tiled !
on the 14t.hduyj"f October. A. I)., Iiin;. their Mr.
petition for a Ih-ouse tosellat retail malt,
spirituous and<vtnqus liquors,on loi 17 block ! once on the ticket and 'don't foryet
nlrod bylaw, be tiled before the Hot I, ' course an X under the ensign of anv
day of October, A I). I we. said petition will 3
Knld, O T. O.tober M, l'JOS.
.1. M H, MI LLIKIN,
HAV1U it. SIIAUI'
Attest Fha.sk T. IIattbii,County Clerk
Hy O. P. Flllebrown, Deputy.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear
There Is only one way to cure deaf- ;
ness, and that by constitutinnal rem-
edies. Deafness is caused by an in-
flamed condition of the mucous lin ng
of the Eustacbion Tube. When this
tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling
sou id or mpt* feet hearing,and when!
it s entirely closed, deafness Is the '
it -ti and unless the inllatniua i. n
tTin In- 'aken out and this tube re-
stored to i s iiori'.i.tl condition, hear-1
Ing "'ill be destroyed forever: nine
cares out of (en aie caused byl'ai-
arrah, which is nothing but an inflam-
ed ennd tlon of the'mucous surfaces.
We will give one hunored <lol ars j
for any case of deafness icau-ed by
catarrh) that cannot I t ied by
Hall's Catarrh C'lire. Send Io clrcu-1
canvass lars, free.
K. J. CHKKHV .V I'n . Ti.b-t o, O.
Sold l y Dru -Is's :
Hall's Faml \ 11 r - ■ • .
ticket Indicates that you desire to
vote forall the candidates under said
ensign. Study your duty in the
booth well before you go to vote and
be careful not to mutilate your ballot
In any way by nia«i g it uncertain to
t, e -.-lection board as to who you de-
sire to vote for.
Mayor Prettyraan, of Blackwell,
was accidently shot in the left thigh,
while out hunting, last Saturday, in a
peculiar way. The gun he carried
w a- a hamuierless affair and he used
smokeless powder cartridges. In
climbing over a f nee one of the bar-
rels was discharged and the gun re-
coiled out of his hand and fell on the
ground back of him with such force
ai to discharge the other barrel and
the whole charge of shot enterred
the fleshy part of his hip tearing a
big hole In the flesh. The gun was so
clore that his clothes caught tire.
Real Estate Transfers.
Hattie M. Bates to Lew Burns, lots
10-11, blk 8, Jonesville, $200.
Abner Norman to Nettie Norman,
n ^se o-20-l), $700.
Carrie E. Pettit to M. A. Smith,
lots 1 to 24, blk 21. North Enid, $700,
E. B. Weatherly to Washington C.
Fisher, lot 5, blk 4, Weatherlv's Ad.,
John F. McLaughlin and Thomas W
McLaughlin to Robert Banta, se 5-2;i-
A letter from Mrs. Stewart, our
sister, at Hot Springs, informs us
that our oldest brother, Silas W.
Isenberg, of Denver, Colorado, who
h s been taking treatment for liver
trouble at the U. S. Military Hospi-
tal, at tht Hot Springs, for the last
two months, cannot live but a few
days. His liver has become four
times its normal size. There ,is no
hope for him.
is started by reading our school books. Pupils in all grades
can buy here the books necessary for any line of study. We
carry a large variety of standard educational works; also
Tablets, Composition Books, Pens, Pencils, Chalk and
other things necessary for the school room.
East Side Square.
809 Guano Avenue.
First Pubil hod In llie Wave Oct. 14th
To whom It may concern:—
In i-otupllancc with the provisions of sec-
tion it. chapter 23, of tht* session luwa of,
OK iit).omit territory for the your 1807,notice
Is hereby given that A. ^. Gillespie I
tiled on th" 10th day of October, A. 1>.
1 his petition for ii license to jell at
retail man, spirituous and vluou-t liquors on
lot block 13, First ward In the
city of Kind. Uarfleld County, Okla-
homa Territory, and that unless oblec
in .• Hi me, ti 8 rem] (red by Ih.v b- filed:
on • l.cfort the liOih day of October, A. I>.
I!1!". hi id petition will be granted.
Knld, Oklahoma, October 10th, 1902.
A. W, GILLEBi'lE.
Frank T. Hatter,
Attest*(aral.> County Clerk, j
Hy C. l\ FlLLEiKOK* , Deputy
Cole's original Hot Blast Stoves
keep down the coal bills. See Frantz
Hardware Co. 9-30d&wlm
Northeast Corner of Square.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Teas, Coffees,
Spice .nnd Fancy Luxuries.
Meat, Provisions, Flour, Meal, Feed and Ha\
Garden Seeds in balk for Country Produce. Hide -,
and Pelts purchased at highest market price.
L. A. FAUBION,
FURNITURE ,he New F"rn"urc^ore
is now open and ready
New g Second Hand Furniture
Uphoisterl'ifr, Repairing and llelinishlnir.
3"13tf of Posto&ce.08 ^
W. ti. HILL, Proprietor.
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