The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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IT WAVES, SURGtS, BOABS BEACHES OUT .JTO REBOUNDING, ASSUMES RENEWED VIGOR, PRAISING ALWAYS FA!H ENID, GARFIELD COUNTY, OKLAHOMA
Vol 13 No. 21)
Enid, Oklahoma, Thursday July 19, 1906.
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^ O.J ■Flemhi- (j,Pres. B.T. Alton, Vice-Pres, Fbank H.LRTSON.ea liter
| Enid (Manorial
y (Successor to the Bank of Enid)
\ "Capital Fully Paid $100,000.00
S Courteous and Liberal Treatment to all.
W A First Class Banking Institution with large Capital con-
J ducted along Sate and Conservative lines.
J We Do Not Pay Interest on
Our stock Holders are as follows:
S. T. Alton M. Godschack T. C. Roberts
M. M. Callaway. W. H. King
W. E. Cogdal. J. E. McChristy
John Curran. J. O. Minton
C. E. Gannon. C. E. Mehew
B. L. Robinson
A. E. Stephenson
Glenn A. Walters
E. B. Weatherly
F. H. Letson
O. J. Henming
Tilt DM RACfS
IASTS fOUR DATS.
The Greatest, Best Attended Kaces
Ever Held In Oklahoma.
Make Report on Condition Snrroaading
lhe Sanitarium and Its
Mi t^ic Store
About 150 horses of good record
have been entered in the various
races for the four days July 18, 19, 20,
21 at the Fair grounds. The track
has been placed in fine condition and
the management is running smooth.
The purses offered are large and the
attendance promises to be ' large.
Horsemen and turf sportsmen from
all over the country will be in atten
dance as well as thousands of people
who love to witness good horseraces.
About $4,000 in purses has been
offered by the Association. The
people of Enid should patronize the
races well to help the Association to
keep Enid on the list of live towns
that furnish amusement.
With the Elks
to Colorado inJuly
That m.jans a summer's outing of the finest
kind. . ...
Can you imagine any better place in wnicn
to rest and recuperate or roam about and
have a good time than that land of the
tawny peak and turquoise sky, of which
you've heard so much?
Test at Last.
The Olds Gas Power Co. have noti-
fied the city authorities that they
desire to commence a 24 hour test
of their machinery Tuesday night
at 12 o'clock ending Wednesday
night at 12.
The council has reqjested Mayor
Bowers to secure the service of
Burns & McDonald of Kansas City
to assist the city engineer in exam-
ining into the merit- of the machin-
ery during the test, and the mayor
has wired the Kansas City engineers
to come on.
The building and equipments re-
ported In good condition. The water
is good, and fire escape adequate.
number of patients.
The report shows that there are 51ti
patients confined in the asylum. Of
these 2711 are white males, 181 white
females, 22 colored males, 20 colored
females. The wards are not unduly
crowded and the patients are bathed
once a week and as much oftener as
is n -cesssry. Many of the patients
are employed in different capacities
and for these services receiye little
consideration in the form of tobacco,
except food and extra liberties.
The sanitarium contains 07 idiots
and imbeciles and 53 epileptics.
Additions were recently made to
both hospitals, among other things 20
beds being added to the equipment.
During the quarter beginning April
1 and ending June 30 there were four
teen deaths. This mortality is re-
garded as remarkable low.
The board recommends that the at-
Two stocks of Pianos, Organs and small Instruments must
be sold out as quickly as possible to consolidate them.
We are making a svvaeping cut in prices on everything.
S me second hand I'ianos and Organs which are as good
[j\v but not 11u11e so nice at your own price to close out,
A big discount on small instruments. New White
Sewing Machines at wholesale prices as long as they last.
We must reduce these stocks one half in next 30 days.
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Asher and Jacobus Two Stores
MRS.^ALTLR S1LPHENSUN BETTER.
The following clipping is from the
Corning, Iowa, Free Press. It indi-
cates that Mrs. Stephenson is much
"Waiter Stephenson returned to
his home at Enid, Okla., Tuesday
after having been in Corning for
several months on account of the ill
health of Mrs. Stephenson, who has
greatly improved and is thoughtto be
on the road to recovery. She will
remain here lor the present. Her
physician has hopes that tbe third
TERRILL THE TERROR
Sues ihe I'klahoman for SiD.OOII
Damages. Should bi Given
A Check on the Citizens
Ira N. Terrill, lately pardoned from
the penitentiary by Governor Frant/.
fi 11 \ ail 1 rl ■ 1 11 U"1 >.uat |
, m i„. where Terrill was confined for the
surgical 01 eration will not be neies-|
_ .. .. | , u,_ .... killing of John Enbree at Guthrie
sarv. For some time the lady was at i B
the Corning hospital where she
derwent two eperations and has
covered very satisfactory."
Mr. W C. Pfatttle, the Enid Jewel-
er, has gone to Chicago and New
York to select fall and winter goods.
Special excursion tickets 011 sale to Elks and
to the public generally, Julv 10 to 16 in-
clusive. Only $19.25 ^om Enid
H. h, GRAY, Agent.1,
J I A. STEWART, Q. A P
; W. S. GRUHH.
j The water service office building
| of the Frisco has been moved across
I the railway track fronting on 12th
| The excursion train to Thcmas
yesterday was a success; 103 tickets
! were sold to Enid parties, not count-
; ing the band. The train started from
i Winfield and come in well filled with
passengers, The train returned at 8
j p. m.
THE OLD OLD STORY.
Buys a season tick-
et to the Race fleet—
four days. EVery priv-
ilige of the ground. Ap-
Successor to Randelsl & Grubb
How are you? Busy? Well so sr. we, but never got so
busy tnat we cant answer the Phone, so ,ust call us up
and pive us your order for
F eed. Coal. Seed, Flour, etc.
It will be promptly filled, ard .satisfaction guaranteed
J f/oi'pf Delivery.
jS&b Phone A'o. 33
Southeast L';r. - - at Squar?
has filed suit for libel in the sum
of *10,000 against the Oklabotnan
Publishing company and its Guthrie
correspondent, C. M. Sarcbet, Terrill
alleges that the defendants published
a false statement, charging that he
had written to Miss Alice Roosevelt,
asking her to plead with her father
for bis liberty under the treaty be-
tween the Uuited States and France
at the time of'the Louisiana pur-
This settles all doubts as toTerrill'a
insanity he should be thrown into
the oug house at Norman.
Fir=t Published in tthe Daily Wave
June 2", 19Cfi.
Notice is hereby given that the
! books for the registration ol tbe
voters of tbe various wards of the
city of Enid, for the pending 9ibool
bond election, will be opened Thurs-
day June 2Sfor tnirty days, closing
Friday July 27 1900.
0 *7 d4w C ity Clerk.
Adam bad just succeeded after
exciting little struggle in getting |
Eve to stand still and be kissed.
Looking up a_t him with earnest;
pleading eyes, she asked:
"Am I the only womau you have
ever really loved'r"
j torney general look into tbe m atter I j'rom a m ire belonging to a team
, of helpless idiots, imbeciles and eP1-^ driven' y J. F. Butler of Aline into
leptics. It is stated that many of Cherokee strip at the opening,
i these are not proper cases for the ' gutier has raised $1,350 worth of
! asylum. It is recommended that suit- 00]ts sinCe he made his fast drive in
able cases be-sent to their homes, ^93, Alt tbe colt* are on his farm
cared for by their respective coun- j near Aline. *
tits, or that the expense of their
maintenance be borne by the coun-
ties. lu a majority of instances pa-
tients hav, been placed in the hospi-
tal by selfish and unfeellug parents
To Aid the Southwest
Have you i< en th new magazine, Southwest?
It w imHished in St. Louis (formerly the Frisco Magazine").
" : - r • .v, >.y a Southwest man, contains stories of tbe Souths t and W-
' , ( .opie,c Mtr'itinleu by Sonthwt 1 v: ite . cir: •
4' v/est and contains the advertisements of Southwest firms. It will a>d
: ■in all her aims lo, .no: e people, tor more lactones, tor •atantagcutt.
iliuent, immlgrt un and irrigation.
1'lrst Published In the Wave July. 5,190B
To Whom it Mat concehn:
In compliance with the provisions o
Sec, 3, t i : ptcr ti ', of the Session Laws o
oklahonm territory of ttie yenr 8> 7
Notice 1h hereby given that Ben L. ; " ,
Hnderson flu-ti on tio- 3rd nay of | who did not c are to look atter
July a. p, lH00,his petition tor a license to ; n i «.
Heii at retail malt, spirituous and vinous There id evidence of neglect on toe
Honors on Lot 89, Block 9, 1st ward in the .
i ity of r.nid, ti a r tie Id cnunty, t)klahon \ ! ,!;i rt of IEf) ny cou > i 1 iu&anitV ooaru-
Territory. and that unless objection to the i . ,
same, as required by hiw, he Hied on or Intending unsuitable cases to the
before the 20th day of July, A, I) li-oO
ueiition will he trrsnted.
Enid, u. T. July 3rd 1906, i . ,
made t is recommended tbat this bt
bkn. l. bind eh son 1
Attesrr—(.-FA f#,> Applicant
J. V. Panuty, oouniy clerk. * ,
Tkere is also evidence
hospital. If no other disposal can be
done at the expense of the county.
The Elk team ran up against a very
stiff ball game with the soldiers yes-
terday at the Fairgrounds and wire
defeated horribly, the score tanding
24 to 4 in favor of the soldiers, of
Fort II no. Sotm; of the soldier boys
had been league players before the
war broke cut and they joined the
! army, tne Elks are good players
all right, . at the soldiers weretough-
Victory for Enid.
Thelliiid Fire laudiet defeated tbe
Thomas team yesterday, on their owr.
grounds to the tone ol 6 to 4. A very
large crowd witnessed the game. In
fact the Enid team has a reputation
equal with any league team in the
Lost—A horse, mouse color, brand,
ed "H" encirclei'; left ear chopped
off. Disappeared Monday night. A
reward of 15 will be paid for his re-
turn to Henry G. Stettnlsch, East
M nroe Hit. l'hont 515 "C.'1
Poor goods are dear at any pr ce
This is especially tru2 of poor focd,
l'<e tbe best, "THE ALTON
GOODS." s 2d
Chamberlain's Cough Remedv
Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.
Aid -he 1 ork anther.- fie ycatself by ,ub«cribin(j. 'Send SOc.
.7,..^- '5c. f r c months, or a postal for a sample copy I Id.-.-
,,, -r frpp nf charge. inquiries from persons interested in
We o^cltarge^j ^ adverthinj, rates on
SoilthweSt, 1021 Frisco Building, St. Louis
| i |\CIC IO aiou • ■ • I-.
OC^>0<p<>C>C'OOOOC^>C>C3C< of duty „f some of the ccunty insanity
^ ' boards inasmuch as non-residents
have been committed. Should this
' occur again, the commission states
that the patients will be returned to
the jjrisdictions to which tbey be-
I The commission recommends that
' epileptic patients be kept from
others at the asylum on account of
'unwholesome Influence of repeated
spectacles such as 'epileptic convul-
Charitable institutions and charit-
ably inclined persons are notified of
the lack of reading matter at the
Carries the best
M* tdl tlK
Ever shown in the
1 have lots ot money to loan on
farm property. Low rates, easy
terms. Do; you need any. L. 1)
Baker, room 4, Wood butldlBg.
S BBKS •
(ooii urn m
Ranges Miade for Economy
Enid Electric ^ fe(o
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1906, newspaper, July 19, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112505/m1/1/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.