The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1900 Page: 2 of 8
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GARFIELD COUNTY BAB.
BIG VEIN SURE.
Lime Drug store
For Pure Drugs.
Little Store, Little Prices,
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The Wave Is the successor, by good willI and
purchase, of the following nemocna journ-
ala which wore established In Enid at vuri
oua times in the pant :
The Enid Dally Enterprise, established Sep
18, iH a.
The West Side Democrat, established Sept.
The Oklahoma Tribune, established 'Jet. 15,
Tho Tribune-Democrat, established January
The Enid Democrat, established Oct. 19, in 4
Resolutions of Condolence and
Sympathy upon the Death of
the Hon. Dennis Don-
Whereas, Divine Providence in His
infinite wisdom, has removed from
among us one of the ablest, strong-
est and most respected members of
the Bar in Garfield county, and
Whereas, since the organization of
the Bar of Garfield county the Hon.
Dennis Donovan is the first victim to
be touched by the wing of the dark
angel of death, and is the first mem
| ber of our honorable fraternity to be
ushered without warning into the
land of the great departed—into the
silent land. Therefore be it
Resolved, By the bar and the
court and court officials of Garfield
county in regular session assembled
that in the death of Hon. Dennis
Donovan the bar of Garfield county
has suffered the loss of a member
whose intellectual ability, legal at
tainments and stern integrity of
character, made him the peer of any
member of that profession that has
ever drawn into its ranks, the brav-
est, strongest and best intellects
that the civilizations of all the ages
of the world has furnished. Be
Resolved, That it is the sense of
this meeting of the bar and the
court and court officials of Garfield
county that in the death of the Hon.
Dennis Donovan the city of Enid,
the county of Garfield and the Terri.
tory of Oklahoma, have sustained
the loss of a citizen, whose fearless
courage, unwavering integrity and
sterling honesty of life and purpose,
made him a strenuous champion of
all that is best and noblest in life's
never-ending battle of the evil and
the good. Be it
Resolved, That we hereby tender
tohis bereaved family our deep and
heartfelt condolence in their loss of a
tender, considerate and effectionate
husband and father, and we would
earnestly solicit for them, .that di-
vine compassion and mercy, that
Reports from the Coal Mines Quite
Encouraging and Exciting.
Mr. H. E. Diehl returned from the
coal drilling operations in Red Rock
Creek valley yesterday and gave
quite an Interesting and encouraging
account of the prospecting opera
tious. Mr. Diehl says that last Mon-
day morring the drill struck another
vein of coal and that he believes that
it is a good thick vein, four feet or
more. While at the mine he tested
the coal dust, as the drill pow&ers
the coal, and fouud it a first class
inllamable article. Of course there
is no way of telling for a certainty
how thick the vein is with the drilling
aparatus in use, except by counting
the depth the drill makes from the
time the coal dust makes its appear
ance until it .ceases, other sediment
taking its place. Manager George
Misner verifies all Mr. Diehl says and
more too. He informed a Wave re
porter last night that a contract was
about to be closed to sink a shaft 6y8
feet to the big vein just found, to a
depth of about two hundred and sixty
feet. The Wave sincerely hopes
that these reports will prove well
founded and that the Enid Red Rock
Valley Coal Co., has struck it rich.
State op Ohio, Ciyt of Toledo, ) gg
Lucas County, \
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of P.
J Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will nay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL-
LARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
my presence, this (ith day of De-
cember, A. D. 1886.
A. W. GLEASON,
[SEAL] Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
Send for testimonials, free.
p. j. Cheney & Co., Toledo, o.
Sold bv druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the'best.
IN REFERENCE TO STOVES.
KING MACK'S POWER.
"There is no imperialism in this .
country And yet Senator Hawley, alone can bear healing on Its wings,
as chairman of the senate committee 1 for their great affliction, and that in
on military affairs, and Senator Proc-1 the midst of their great sorrow they
1 Un rpr\ll7P th?.l.
tor, as ex-secretary of war and sen
ior member of the committee, grave-
ly propose that the great and impor-
tant legislative question of the size
of the army, with all the subordinate
questions of organization, discipline,
control, service and, above all, of
cost to the taxpayeis, shall be em.
bodied in a bill empowering the pres-
ident "to maintain a regular army of
such size as to him may seem fit.
may be made realize that
Hods'* completeness flows around our In-
Around our restlessness Ills rest.
Houston James, Chm.
j. w. Robinson,
W. H Robb,
J. W. Steen,
J, B. Ferguson.
The Oklahoma City people should
have fixed the census enumerator of
their attractive town. He should
have been instructed to count the
Belgian hares as Inhabitants, then
the population would have figured up
BULL CALF STORY.
An ornery bull calf has cost two
Logan county farmers about $200
each, and the case is still in court,
Arnold owned the calf which strayed
oyer on to Reaves' farm, and was im-
pounded. Then the measley beast
died, and Arnold is now suing Reaves
for its value, and Reaves is suing At-
nold for the damages the calf did to
his crops. When the case was called
Six frightful Failures.
Six terrible failures of six different
doctors nearly sent Win. H. Mullen,
of Lockland, O., to an early grave.
All said he had a fatal lung trouole
and that he must soon die. But he
was urged to try Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for Consum ption. After tak-
ing five bottles he was entirely cured.
It is positively guaranteed to cure all
diseases of throat, chest and lungs,
including coughs, colds, ia grippe,
pneumonia, bronchitis, asthma, hay
fever, croup, whooping cough. 50c
and $1. Trial bottles free at The
Gem Pharmacy drug store, 910 Broad
A democratic editor of Cawker
City, Kas., is out for David B. Hill as
the democratic candidate^ for presi-
dent in 1904. Is it possible that there
is no one in Kansas of any party that
has any political sense? Kansas has
always been a mortgaged cursed
state and New York has made mill
ions of dollars out of Kansas. It
would seem that a Kansas man is
never happier than when the time,
or opportunity, comes to mortgage
the state and the nation to Wall
street by electing a New York man
to the presidency. It would be better
to let the democratic party die an
honorable, peaceful death than again
mortgage it to Wall street in ex-
change for success through the elec-
tion of another New York man to the
presidency. "We're agin Hill."
Whereas, Death has invaded the
home ot our worthy Brother and Sis-
ter Frank Hamilton, and God kas
seen fit to remove therefrom on Oct-
ober 2d, their d£.rlicg baby Hazel,
aged about fourteen months, and on
November 15th the eldest and only
child, Byerl, aged two years and six
months. Therefore be it
Resolved, That Myrtle Lodge No
15, I. O. O. P., extend the bereaved
parents their heartfelt sympathy in
this their sad bereavement, and while
they mourn the loss of their lo>'ed
ones may it not be like those who
have no hope, for Christ said, "Suffer
ittle children to come unto me and
forebid them not, for such is the
kingdom of heaven." Therefore be
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the Enid daily
papers for publication, also a copy be
ent to Brother and Sister Hamilton.
Those lovely buds so young and fair,
Called hence by early doom,
Just came to show how sweet the
In paradise would bloom.
Mrs. A. B. Yeakey,
Mrs. M. E. Thrasher,]
Mrs. M. E. Roach,
A Beautiful Window Scene in the
Mr. C. B. Cowles, the im-
plement, buggy and wagon
dealer, first door east of the
opera house, east Broadway,
has laid in as handsome a line
of Peoria ranges and heating
stoves as were ever brought
to this city. In the east win-
dow of his establishment Mr.
Cowles has a fine hard coal
burner, which he keeps illum-
inated in the night time, pre-
senting the cheerful effect of
the stove when it is heated in
the home parlor. It makes a
beautiful picture of comfort,
The Peoria stove has few
equals and no superiors in de-
sign, manufacturing, durabili-
ty and heating capacity, with
very little fuel and are sold at
very reasonable rates for first
Mr. Cowles has handled
these stoves for four years at
Waukomis and he never had
customer express dissatis
faction, all being well pleased,
Step into the Cowles Store
before purchasing you. stcves
i and examine the large stock
| on hand and get prices. Sat-
I isfaction guaranteed in every
!Sale. to-12 dwim
to 18,000 perhaps. r _ j ui□ ^^ —
should have been counted two and for the second time in district court
Frank McMaster about five.
During the campaign Mark Hanna
yelled and yelled, from every stump
he stood, "There are no trusts in this
country." Perhaps Mark was right;
they should be called legalized thieves
However, a Kansas republican would
howl prosperity If barb wire would go
up to 92 per pound.
the other day, Judge Burford roasted
the principals for their lack of sense
in not settling the matter in the first
Hoke Smith has blown another
blast against Bryan. Hoke has been
out of line with the democratic circle
for four years now and, of course,
hungers to get back with the old
Cleveland gang in the harness. Hoke
Come to the Wave office to buy old | is not in it
papers. We have plenty of them at j •
10 cents per hundred.
To have beautiful clear white
clothes use Red Cross Hall Blue.
A Olear Complexion
Is a sign of good health, which is
quickly obtained by use of Rex Tea.
It purifies the blood, regulates the
kiuneys and liver, and cures consti-
pation. All druggists are authorized
to refund the money in any case
wheie Rex Tea fails to do what is
claimed for it. Price, 25c per pack,
Used by British Soldiers in Africa.
Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known
all over Africa as commander of the
forces that captured the famous
rebel Galishe. Under date of Nov. 4,
1897, from Vryburg, Bechuanaland,
he writes: "Before starting on the
last campaign I bought a quantity of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used my
self when troubled with bowel com-
plaint, and had given to my men,
and in every case it proved most
beneficial." For sale by Watrous &
It will not be a surprise to any who
are at all familiar with the good
qualities of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, to know that people every-
where take pleasure in relating their
experience in the use of that splendid
medicine and in telling of the benefit
they have received from it, of bad
colds it has cured, ot threatened
attacks of pneumonia it has averted
and of the children it has saved from
attacks of croup and whooping cough.
It is a grand, good medicine. Por
sale by Watrous & Harley.
Success through the sacrifice of
principle is dern little comfort to an
honest, earnest soul. It would be
better, a thousand times better, for
the democratic party and the coun-
try to go down in defeat time and
time again than to elect another
Wall street bull like Grover Cleve-
land. Let the other fellows swallow
Wall street until they get tired.
The official count gave Dennis
Flynn a majority of .only 3,827. Per-
haps if the counting could be contin-
ued Neff would be elected.
Herbine sweeten.- the breath,
brightens the eyes and clears the
complexion without the slightest ill
effects whatever, and ensures the
natural bloom of health. Price, 10c,
at The Gem Pharmacy, 910 Broadway.
Wheat—50c to 52c
Oats—20 to 25'Cts.
Broom corn—950 to 965
Corn—25 t.o 30cts.
Butter—10 to 15cts.
Alfalfa—$5.00 to $6.00.
Hogs—94.00 to 94.10,
Ducks and geese—4 cts
Chickens generally—3 to 4ict,
Turkeys—4 to 5cts.
Moore's Pilules are a guarantee,
cure for all forms of malaria, ague
chills and Fever, Malarial Fever
Bilious Fever, Jaundice, Biliousness
fetid breath and a t'red, listless feel-
ing. They cure rheumatism and
that lassitude following blood poison
produced from malarial poisoning.
No quinine. No arsenic, acids or
iron. Do not ruin stomach or teeth.
Entirely tasteless. Price 50c per
hox. Dr. C. C. Moore & Co., No. 310
North Main street, St. Louis, Mo.
If you would have your clothes that
delicate lear white, so desirable, use
Red Cross Ball Blue
House contract bianKs always for
ale at Parker's book store.
807 GRAND AV.
SAors. Quaanstvaro, S/alsu/arr. Ctc.
Srooeri**, Tjinwar*, *Camps, Gtc.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm Cures
Others, Why Not You?
My wite has been using Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm, with good results
for a lame shoulder that has pained
her contiually for nine years. We
have tried all kinds of medicines and
doctors without receiving any benefit
from any of them. One day we saw
an advertisement of this medicine
and thought of trying it, which we
did with the best of satisfaction.
She has used only one bottle and her
shoulder is almost well.—A. L. Mil-
lett, Manchester, N. H. For sale by
Watrous & Harley.
Frantz Hardware Co., have the best
assorted line of stoves in Enid.
jj g d&wlm
Senator Davis, of Minnesta, is dead
He expired at his home at 8:40 p,
THE BEST LIGHT.
We have provod to our «atlsfactlon by actual use during the past two months that
(lie Welsbach Hydr i Carbon Gasoline lamp Is tho best light In existence for general use.
It is economical, costs us only 6 cents per week per light for gasoline. Wo have hanging or
or stand lamps. Come and see this brilliant, beautiful, soft, white light at our store, It Is
what you need for your homo, or business place.
Our Queens ware shelves are running over with pretty, useful, acceptable, ornamental
holiday gifts. You are luvlted to inspect this beautiful array, whether you wish to buy or
Our Christmas candies are arrlvng, the biggest lot of candy ever btoanht to Enid,
candy by the barrel, by the bucket, by the box, by the pound, for little folks and big folks,
for old folks and young folks. We want to supply your wants In this line,
Qvnmuar*. S/afu>ar0. £/*■
The latest goods in plaids for skirts
that was 91.75 and $.50, now $1.25.
75c plaids now 50c. 50c plaids at 35c
per yard, at P. Bowers. 1126d6twl
Long Sufferer From Constipation.
Smith D. Hinman, piesident of the
Mercantile Fire Ins. Co., Chicago,
says: "I have been a sufferer from
constipation for almost a life time
Bailey's Laxative Tablets, I have
found to be the best article for the
purpose I have ever tried, within my
life of 80 years. They produce good,
healthy, natural evacuations of the
bowels, and for the sake of suffering
humanity I hope all will soon know of
♦hem." Thousands of similar testi-
monials on file. 20 tablets in 10c
packages: 00 in 25c packages. A
tablets or two at night makes you
feel fine in the morning. Chocolate
coated, The best that can be made.
Made by Lakeside Med. Co., Chicago.
Sold by German Pharmacy.
There is probably no disease more
distressing and annoying than piles.
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment is
daily curing cases of years' standing
of itching and bleeding piles. The
cure begins on the first application, a
little perseverance makes the cure
complete. Price, 50c in bottles; 75c
in tubes, at The Gem Pharmacy, 910
I am prepared to make liberal
loans to those who own or want tc
build brick business buildings.
j. J. McLean.
No. 809i Second Floor, Cogdal Big.
The two daily trains on the Choc-
taw route make direct connection at
Memphis for all points in the east
For all fresh cuts or wounds, either
on the human subject or on animals,
Ballard's Snow Liniment is excellent;
while for corn-huskers' sprained
wrists, barbed wire cuts and sores on
working horses, it cannot be too high-
ly commended. Price, 25c and 50c at
The Gem Pharmacy, 910 Broadway
1l>. 11/. jCatjon, SPres.
0. J. Cash/or.
Bank op Einici
Ca vital Stook> $50, 000,
Do ft General Banking Business.
Broadway, Enid, Oklahoma.
^ OLDEST BANK
ft? IN COUNTY,
There will be a W ARM TIME at
your House on the Chilly, Damp
Days if you will order your Goal of
Randels & Grubb.
They handle the Best Grades of
McAlester and Ganon Gltu Goal.
Also will have Hard Coal in Soon. Prompt Delivery.
Phone No. 33. S- K- Corner of Square.
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