The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 28, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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g Tuesday's Daily.
PUNT MORE PEANUTS.
§ j 1'eatiutt, should be planted exter-
DOOOOO<H3tK>CHMKH3<K>CH>tKlH5<H><HS sively by Oklahoma farmers this
Frank Watkins has about recover
'ed from his serious illness.
spring. A Philadelphia d spatch
"ays th;,t peanuts are becoming' a
,, _ , ,, 7 " " , luxury. Cotton has been soaring so
Mrs. Frank Harrell is at hone from i
high in the la-t four years that
southern pe mut farmers have begun
a three weeks visit at Topeka.
The Hank of Enid today installed
a new Victor lire and burglar proof
W. A. Humphrey of Guthrie is an
inportant business visitor in the
Representative McTaggart of
Woods county was here yesterday on
M. D. Cooper and George Edmonds
of Billings were business visitors in
the city to day.
Miss Allie King
Kansas, is the guest
Mrs. Mont Ernntz
John Hruler of Edmond is in the
city on bu.-iiiean and .incidentally' town people and
the cultivation of cotton. Confec-
tioners and bakers of this city who
use peanuts exclusively report that
they now find it hard to obtain
enough to meet requirements, with
prices advancing rapidly.
A certain Enid merchant remarked
the other day that it is remarkable
how nfany Gariield county farmers
have their own meat this winter. He
said, "we laid in a big supply ef hams,
shoulders and side meat for the win-
ter trade, as we had done before, but
we find that the country people are
not buying it as heretofore. When
we ask them about buying meat they
say they have plenty at home. The
new comers are
shaking lianas with friends
Homer T. Simpson of Monroe, Mo ,
ie in ihe city prospecting. He is well
p.eascd witn Enid and Oklahoma.
about all the
salt meat bujers this
What promises to be an interesting
discussion as to property rights is
biewing at Wichita where J. A. Afk
attempted Sunday to bury his dead
masiiff dog, Major, in Maple Grove
I'em.Ury. The cemetery manage-
ment stopped him and thereby raised
Miss Pay Rintleman has returned the question. Afk declares he owns
to her home at Port Worth. Texas the lot while the association officers
after a pleasant visit with Miss Edna say that the deed stipulates that
The Unlocky Thirteen.
The next national convention of
the republican party will be its thir
teenth—an • unlucky number." Mr.
Roosevelt is a pre-ldent '*ho succeed
ed his chief, and as yet no vice presi-
dent who became president by the
death of bischief lias ever been elect-
ed president. And another factor in
the equation is the fact that the re-
publican party has never succeeded
in electing an eastern man to the
presidency, and Mr. Roosevelt is an
eastern man While persisting in dis-
claiming that he is a candidate, Mr.
M. A. Hanna imagines that he can
overcome the "13" hoodoo.—Com-
Short Horn Sale!
1 will sell at Public Sale on my farm, 7 miles south and 1 mile west of Garber,
2 miles north and 1 mile west of Covington, 7 miles east and 1 mile south of
Fairmont, on the southwest of 35, 22, 4, on
MAVBE HE IS CRAZY.
Information has been ' received
from Woods county to the effect that
Tamwell, the bad man captured at
the Smith rooming house last week
by C. V. Porter and Chief of Police
Clark, was tried there recently for
insanity, and steps are now being
taken to have him examined by the
local insane commission.
Mrs. M. Campbell of 1309 South
Park returned yesterday from La-
homa where he spent Sunday with I
!oni i'uman bodies shall be buried in
It was too cold yesterday for the
A. V. <& W. construction train and
people bound for Carmen had to lay
Miss Marie Leafgreen went to
Skeleton Sunday to be present at
the bedside of her mother who is
County Surveyor E. C. Cook has
returned from a business visit to
New Mexico, where he has some
Cash Cade addressed the com-
mittee on territories in the house of
representatives at Washington yes-
erday in support of the McGuire
bill. Tom Doyle "spoke in behalf of
the Robinson single statehood bill.
Oklahoma City business men and"
'■members of the Chamber of Com-
merce are there working for single
Mrs. C. H. Parker of 1700 west
Cherokee is improving from a serious
illness, much to the gratification of
her many friend .
PETTY THIEVF-S ABROAD.
The residents of the eastern part
of the city, some of them, are com-
plaining of considerable petty thiev-
ing that has been going on there the
last few nights. They say fuel and
chickens are the principal objects of
Commencing at 10 o'clock a.
Head of Registered and High Grade
A FINE SHOWING.
Elsewhere in this issue appears the
called statement of the First Nation-
al Bank of Enid. This institution
has made a most flattering showing
and its patrons and officers have
every reason to be pround of it. It
i* under most capable management.
L. M. Lukens of Tulsa, I.
the city on business.
W. A. Stnally of Pond Creek was
here on business today.
was to be mi"
y' scerday wcr.
nreliable. A bad
pell of weathei can't prevail long in
, 1 wi
Mrs. H. B. McKenzit
for Part Worth w .ere
the wedding of her lie
Mae Sp *ncer. In Dr.
of this ci' v.
she 'wiil a.tend
ce, Miss Sallie
Mrs Biaukeiisiilp, wife of the Rock
Island c..r inspector, has been remov-
ed to Chickasha where she "vi 1 re-
ceive the care of relatives S.ie is
afflicted with consumption ; ml is i:
a critical condition.
A man not worth hanging, and un-
able to accomplish anything himself,
may still be a critic. It does not re-
quire much sense to pick flaws. An
idiot could find a fly speck on a great
painting, agd a yellow dog' could
n al Ui^ -nvvi'. But it takes a
great man to see the good qualities
and to appreciate the genius of an
ti is understood that ihe house
elections coixwittee his rvucbcd an'
agreni.cut iu ti e case ' r Crcm vs.
McGuire, from Oklahoma, a«d that
the decision v.HI sustain McGwire 011
every point '1' the. contest,
T c to nship commissioners of
Cache failed to ftiake final proof on
th&t Valuable townsite. Thursday
the time van out, and half the lots in
the town were jumped. There is
tmlch wr.mgliuT over the matter
W. S. Jones of Caldwell is in the
city on a business errand.
J. C. Robberts, ex-attorney general
has gonelto Kingfisher and Guthrie.
Arthur0 'of Eddv is in th"
City assist! g in the business college,
10 head of Registered Cows and Heifers; 15 head of high gr^de cows and
heifers; 1 registered yearling bull; 7 bull calves from 9 to 12 months o'd, sub-
ject to registry; 3 high grade bull calves, from 9 to 12 months old.
Terms of Seilo:
All sums of $io and under cash. On all sums over $10 a credit of
nine months will be given 011 bankable notes bearing 10 per cent interest from
date. Five per cent discount for cash. Nothing to be moved from place till
FREE LUNCH AT NOON.
J. B. Queen, Auctioneer.
Geo. j. Taft, Clerk.
If the pcop<i of Oklahoma .now a!
jrood thinir when they see it t:.oy will
sit down hard upon any schesne for
the disposal of the school lands No
state ever did that yet witm.ut 1.-
^retting it afterwards.
H. D. Bailey arrived in he city
yesterday from Duluth, Minn , to look
for a location. He was glad to be in
Oklahoma when he read in tin news-
papers that the mercury re: istered
37 degrees below zero in Duluth,
Alton Davi* of Convoy, O.ilo, a
prominent capitalist of the B ickeye
State, is in the city looking for a bus-
iness location. Re saysOk ihoina
surpasses all his expectations ,nd he
is thoroughly delighted with the cli-
'."■Ir. and Mrs. I. M.Cole, Mrand Mrs.
W. S. Cole and daughter, Ida Belle,
re in the city from Cairo, Nebraska,
visiting Mr. and Mrs, T. M. Cole's
daughters, Mrs. J. W. Lyons and Mrs
R. W. Wirt,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gripe of
Thomas were visitors in Enid last
Jlitlgc A. G. C. Bierer of Guthrie
Is in the city on legal business for
T S. Chambers. Judge Bierer is at-
torney far the Bes Line Construc-
The Wave believes that the hap-
piest p ople in the world
who keep out of debt, out of office,
out of politics, shun notoriety, make
an honorable living by honest means,
follow the golden rule, humbly serve
the living God, pursue the even tenor
of their way and neglect 110 oppor-
tunity of doing good.
Ron. Will-am Cross has returned to
Oklahoma City from Washington, D.
C. and still says he is confident of
winning Ills conteBt against Bird
A disease resembling blind staggers
has made its appearance among the
hoises of Kay county.
High water is prevailing in the In-
dian Territory as a result of laBt
Intr 2 enntfl of Wright's Condensed Smoke
direetly'o $10 meat with a brush after meat has gone
throuel. the salt,it will be thoroughly smoked,will hav«
a delicious flavor and will keep solid and swcctand free
from insects through the entire summer.
Wright's Condensed Smoke
is a liquid smoke and contains nothing e*c.'Tt
is obtained by burning hickory wood. It Is put
up in square quiirt bottles on![y, each mitl n
metal cap. Never sold in bulk. A bottle will i
smoke a barrel of meat [ 280 lbs. ] For sale by
Sold and guaranteed by
Little Drug Store,
Report of the Condition of
Ilie First Rational Bank ol Enid,
At Enid, In the Territory of Oklahoma, at
the close of business January 22nd, 1904.
Loans ana discounts I 171,791 f.tf
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 596 :i2
U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation.. 23.000 00
Premium on U. 8, Bonds 1,200 00
Stocks, securities, etc 35,080 1*
Hanking house furniture and fix-
tures 9,400 C0
Due from National Bank- (not re-
serve agents) 3,199 31
Due from State Banks and bankers 8,100 00
F>uo from approved reserved agents .';2,279 10
Che 'ks and obher cash Items .... l.flCI a#
Notf.sof other national banks 1,703 00
Fractional pupor currency, nickels,
and cent 161 M
Specie 13.324 RO
Legal tender aotet 14.115 00 17,4119 to
Redemption fund with U. 8. treas-
urer (6 por cent of circulation. 1,330 (0
Total $300,94# 85
Capital stock paid In I 23.000 Of
Surplus fund MOO 00
Undivided profits, lena expenses
and taxes paid 2,439 ^>8
National bank notes outstanding 33,000 00
Duo to State Banks and Bankers.. 37,417 0*
Individual deposits subject to
check 131 iWB 33
Demand certificates of deposit.. 39,982 83
Mills payable, including certificates
of deposit for money'borrowed.. 15,000 (Q
Total MOW Uk
Territory of Oklahoma, rqnnty of Garfield hb
1, J. 11,'Durrell. Cashier of tlio above
named bank, do solemnly swear that tbe
above statement Is tru®,to the best of my
knotvle lge and belief.
J. H. DURIIF.LL Oashlor.
Sibscrlbed and sworn to beforo mo thlsth®
2ft'.h day of January, 1904.
sail. ' Newton Burwell, Notary Public.
My commission expires Oct. 20, 1005.
forreefc— A tt®at:
Ik W. Johnson, O. W. Ooltry, 8. T. Uoltrjr
daily transfers FURNISHED BY
H. H. ROGERS & CO.,
Law and Abstract 01 fice,
Over First Nat'al llank, Enid, O. T.
i an ta
Edna Hubbard Hill to George E.
Hubbard lot 1 2 3-4 blk 27 Jonesville
George E. Hubbard to J. M. White
lot 20 blk 12 $(50.
J. W. Baker, et al to Western
Realty Co. lot 14-15 blk 20 Fairmont
Frank W. Weller to Chan. \V. Pel-
ton lot 9 blk 2 Cullison add to Enid
Andrew Wilson Mann to Prank C.
Hoasen lot 20 blk 51 A Fairmont $2o.
F. C. Vessels to 1 homas Selby lot
Maiy A. ivlalone to G. Hall et al
lot 1-2 blk 1 Malone add. to Enid $,i00.
E. J. Kelly to Bert Weese lot 1U-20
blk Pi Lahoma $50.
Hert Weese to Gyle Anglin lot 10-20
blk 13 Lahoma $133.
The Enid Rigi t of Way Townsite
Co. to Abram S. Mt iks lot 9 blk 21
Fi anklin Bowet u> Charles Chat-
terson lot 37 bin 10 11 outer $1 00
AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE
L 391 n
Stays 13 in. or 6 In. apart
Special Hog, Horse and Cattle Style
Stays 13 In. or 6 In. apart
Martin C. Jones
nw 4-23-4 $2250.
Joseph VV. Dolii1
lot 10-17 blk 7 Lai,
W. W. Rowia
hurst lot 4 blk 3
Inteer blk 17 lot
to Enid $4000
David M. Du
' o. Beginning
line of the sw
the center liti>
Thence south |
from said cent'
*ust at right a
north at right
30, thence east
270 ft. to poln
ing 403'100 aci
J. W Benso
Interest in lot 10-
Made of large, strong, high grade steel wires, heavily galvanized.
Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever-
lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it.
Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horses, bogs
EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED
by the manufacturers anil by us. Call and see it. Can show you how
it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced.
COWLES & CO., No. 90J-3, Br cadwa
ENID. O, T
■ & V
\ nton B. Cbapek
■ S. C. White-
>nils let add. to
• Patrick Mc-
S, & G. li. K.
t on the north
feet wept of
A G. It. R.
> and CO feet
ft. to Haiti sw |
I north line 1
S0 Pri$ on Dental Worh.
During January and February.
$8,00 BEST SET OF TEETH $8.00,
These teeth are fully gueranteed. If we cannot make you a satis-
factory plate you don't have to pay for it
10 per Cent Reduction on
From our regular $5 price. Only the best of mateJial used in all
work. Take advaatajfe of these prices at mice and save from 25 to
50 per ceut on your work.
NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS,
Dr. F. E. "cVennarny, Manager.
Southwest Corner Square. Enid. Okla.
The Wichita Ragle ati4 other small
fry bull calf Eagles are trying to
smother the great factional light in
the republican party of this territory
through the airing of the damnable
scheming of Mose Anderson an al-
leged democrat. Moses was doomed
to oblivion over one year ago. The
wilt one half j Republican papers can not raise hiui
to a podtionof trust again. It U all
over with Mose Anderson.
Rev Horton, the evangelistic sin-
ger, will preach tonight at the Meth-
odist revival which eontinues all
week, The singing by Rev. and Mrs.
Horton is a good drawing card.
The farmers in the vicinity ol
Perry have organized a mutual lire
insurance company, the developments
of which are being watchcd wlthco*
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 28, 1904, newspaper, January 28, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112371/m1/3/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.