The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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You the Very Latest Designs in
FOR THE SEASON OF 1906-
us )i !°r t'j have our Paper "up to the minute
dosed out all Ust year stock, and bought all new for
this soring You wiil tind in our stock the newest
coloring, "the last designs and the latest novelties.
Ar*d as her<; to-fore you will ft >d them reasonably
p'xed. H'or e have \p r'anc/ Prices.
Sam Evans Little Drug Store
^Opp-sitc Fire Lou.e.
• • <1 f C-
♦ Haee Meeting.
List of Entries for
Garfield Counly fair Association,
July i8. iq. 2o and 2 , <0<>6.
2:30 PACE-PURSE *400.00-Best 3 in
No. Name >f Horse.
Col & Sex Owner. Res.
B. G. J. E. Whiteside Cor., Tex.
Br S Ed. L. Peckham Blackwell,
B. G. C. A. Royen ' Hennessey,
B. S. — Spinnery, Pawnee,
B. M. Fred Hardy Alva,
B M. Woodie Stewart, Waukomis,
B. S. Jake Lebus. Perry,
B. S. M. H. Myers, Alva,
The harvest is Over, but the
Summer is not Past.
2:23 TROT-PURSE $W0.00-Best 3 in 5.
The W avl
L,. ISENB.SRG. Editor & Manager
~ 1 The attemot of the affidavit makers
wintered a tecmd-ciaM mall nntteras tbe breaK ou>a tbe character and
#o*t office at Euid, O T , under tbe Act of
longre-* of M r*h 7. 1879
«jr nmtl, per ye.ir
Sy carrier p-ir yeir ...
Dan O. Malley,
C. S, King,
S. H. Blackburn,
C. C. Salsbury,
G. A, Clarl
C. S. King
t and Velie
We have 'em. None Better
than the .New Moline
Deere both Suiky and Gang
in disk and muuldboard.
Wei 1 yes, the OLD Line is
just as good as ever. Deere
2:17 PACE-PURSE $400.00,
B M — Mittese, Cor., Tex. H. Oldham
B! S." Ed, L. Peckham, Blackwell, Downing
B. M. Fred Hardy, Alva, C. S.'King
B G J H. Corrv, Harper, Ks. J. Mansfield
B' S M. H. Myers, Alva, M. H. Myers
reputation of Governor Frank Frantz j 2
is almost wholly based on jealousy, .3
assisted by those upon whom the |
governor has not smiled in their office
hunting rmbition. Tbe great friend-
ship existing between the president
, 5 cents
K.oo I and Frank Franiz gives tie latter an
independent position for preferment
Joe year in tbe ranks of tbe republican party
tanfaonthj"'.". M that tbe old band wagon line of Ok-
Subttcribers who do not receive : politicians, cannot overcome
%helr paper any evening should re- a M
port to the office at once or early j in any honorable way. But be stands
oeit morning so that the boy can be
-egulated. Don't let a week or two
pass before you report. The manage-, the ladder tbey wish to occupy tbem-
ment don't inow when a hoy j <elTeji hence, they have decreed that
;! in their road, or at tLe top ring of
paper until it is reported
*r~ror advertising rates apply to tbe office
Frantz must be destroyed, politically
speaking, in some way, the president's
2:09 PACE-PURSE $400.00.
B. M. Mitten, Cor., Tex.
B. G. D. C. Stout, Okla City,
B. M. C. S. King, Alva,
2 YEAR-OLD PACE-PURSE $200.00
B. M. J. W. Mitten Cors., Texas,
B. F. T. M. Adams, Medford,
C. S. King
T. E. Adams
J. E. W„
S. H. Blackburn
2:20 TROT-PURSE $400.00
B. G. J. E. Whiteside Cor,, Tex.
G. G. Walt Hough, Enid,
B M. S. H. Blackburn, Carmen,
B. S. C. S. King, Alva,
3-YEAR-OLD TROT-PURSE $200.00.
Easter Bell, Br. M. F. D. Curtis, Enid,
Albert Parker, Br. S. J. J. Barber, bpearmore,
C. S. King
The Big Schools
To Pay Filing Fee.
Renfrow. Alva Hecord:-The cieo mind m jst be poi5°ned ^ Requires $13,125 to Settle With Vanon-
1 gallant captain who attracted hi*
people are not | attentjon in braveiy leading his com- Land Offices.
country over to! _ .
,. . , i pany in the great Rough Rider aan
democrats." Snades of the Knight- . ,
Juan Hill,charge in the Spanish war.
of the Postoffice Department >" *•-1
Chieftain says tbe
ready to turn tbe
cent John, how long do you think the j
Ye?, tbey have decreed that this
bujiged? It Woods ^.ounty is a sample
of republican rule, it would seetr that
it was time to turn tbe country over
to anything or anybody, except re-
For eruptions, seres, pimples, kid-
ney and liver troubles, constipation,
ndlgtstion, use Hollistei's Rocky
Mountain Tea. Carries new life to
every part of toe body. Tea or Tab-
teUvi5 cejits. TneOwl Drug Store
and Corry Pharmacy. w
FERIi HITS WHITE-
Watonga Repuolican: Dad White,
of tbe Oklahoma City l'ost, the Don
Quixote of Oklahoma newspaperdom,
waxed teal "funny" In a recent ef-
fusion in an attempt to right bis pa-
4ier and excuse its position as a raoid
factional organ, by criticising the
Republican. The facts are Oklaho-
ma never had anotner character like
Dad Wbite. From the time that bis
El Reno American took it skjvard
journey, having been inflated with
too much genius, he has been "pass-
ed up" as a joke among the newspa-
pers and newspaper readers through-
out the territory. Dad thinks that
lhe editor of the Republican is
"chesty" and several other things.
Only a few moons ago, when Dad
was a candidate and wanted "some,
thin," he talked differently. in his
Anadarko Tribune he bad our name
at the head of the column as a can-
dilate for vice president. It beats
all bow a man wiil talk when he fails
to get "somethin."
\ voting leader must be. pushed aside
disgraced if possible, to make way
far a disreputable gang of old line
republican pohtlc.ans whose private |territ01 J uPt,n
records woJld make the subjects of a
rogue gallery blush. A gang who
have used the governor good and
plenty in times past and perhaps in-
troduced him to the flesh pots of
human frailty if he is guilty of any of
the least of the charges against
Yes indeed,—this old gang of re-
publican pie counter chasers who
have had their toes turned toward
tbe federal office soup tureens for lo
lbese many years, see in Governor
Frantz a danger to their ambitions, i lege tl3,l-r.
hence, his light must be put out—
"scadoo, scat 23." It will takestrong-
Guthrie, July 18'—Secretary Fred
L. W nner of tbe board for leasing
school lands is busy arranging lor
the payment of tbe fees by the vari.
uus educational institutions of tbe
the lands recently
filed upon for their benefit under the
Tbe commissioner of the general
land office holds that a tiling fee of *2
must be paid upon each 160 acres
selected for tbe state institutions.
This will make a total of $13,125 in
fees to be paid for the 1,050,000 acres
granted to the colleges of the new
The fees to be paid by each institu-
tion are in amount as fullowfc;
Agricultural and Mechanical col-
p'lrst Published In the Wave, July 19th. 14 *S
A'otice to (realtors.
In tbe Matter of the estate of Herbert K.
All persons having claims against said
H«-rl *rt F. Dresser deceased, to exhibit the
Maine, with the necessary vouchers, to the
undersigned administratrix of said estate
at office of Probate Judge In Enid, in the
county of Garfleld.Oklahoma Territory, and
that six months have been limited as the
time for creditors to present their claims
against said estate.
Dated the 18th day of July, lt«*i.
SrsA.v Dkf.sskk, Administratrix.
Colored Agricultural and. Mechani-
cal college *3,125.
. . , _ Normals, $3,"50.
er evidence than has yet been pro-] University, 13,125.
duced to make the writer believe that University Preparatory
For The Wc:k Ending July 16. Mb.
Frunk Frantz is not a manly man;;
that be has cut out any of the man-
hood instilled in bis mind from in-1
fancy: that he has forgotten the Weekly Weather
training of Christian parents, and j
that he has ever been disloyal to
those he loves, or those he ever plac-
ed upon his fist of friends.
It must not be understood from tbe
tencr of this article that the Wavk
supports the republican principle
and policy of Governor Frantz, nor
docs it sustain near a'l his appoint-
ments: be has made some horrible
mistakes in his appointing and en-
dorsing power. We have simply
aimed to speak of him as a man and
good citizen, whose reputation here,
his home city, is far above the repu-
tation of many of his jealous malign-
ers who are stabbing bim secretly.
Territoiltl Treasurer C. W. -^ambo
has submitted to the governor his
monthly statement for June, showing
a balance on hand Jutie30of $732,587.
18 a decrease of 122,263 40 since June
1. The expenditures for the month
were $37,639 34 and the receipts
$15,275.94. The general revenue fund
is dow down to $22,3(13.6b and the
common school fund to $16,883.51.
Tbe public building fund is still in tbe
Jcad, with $447,3C6,69.
It is pleasing to know that when
the court house is completed there
will be nothing about '.t that will
burn but tbe doors and windows and
the furniture of the offices, it will
be impossible to materially destroy
tbe building with fire.
by local applications. as they cannot ri'U'li
the diseased portion of the ear. There Is
only one way to cure deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is
tbe result, and unless tho Inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to Its
normal condition, hearing will be destroyed
forevi r; nine case* out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which Is nothing but au Inflauicd
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh! that
cannot bo cured by llall s Uutarrh On re
s.ntil for circulars free.
K. S. CHEN ICY Jt CO., Toledo, O.
Hold by Druggists, 16c.
Tase llall siKamlly' IMlls/ for sonttlpa
The past week was characterized
by generally cloudy weather, a very
humid atmosphere, frequent copious
showers, and very light winds. The
mean temperature was within a de-
gree of tbe normai in all parts of the
Section. There was a deficiency in
sunshine except over small, scattered
areas in the western division. Light
to heavy showers occurred daily oyer
the greater portion of the Section
from the 9th to the 13th, inclusive,
The raiufall was generally in excess
of the normal; in some localities, it
was the heaviest of the season. The
droutb conditions, that have obtained
over the central counties for tbe past
two or four weeks, were effectually
broken. All parts of the Section
bave had an abundance of moisture
The winds bave been variable and
Cash Cade is wavering between
tbe amount of tbe salary of tbe Reg
istcrsbip of the Guthrie land office
and tbe probable amount of National
bnodle that will come from the re-
publican congressional campaign
committee, which Cash would handle
as the National committeemen.
Cash is between McGinty and tbe
bottom of the deep blue sea-
Tied down to his desk in the office
While rubers are free at plav,
Papa tancies he is haying a vat
While drinking Rocky Mountain
—The Owl Drug S ore and Corry
Office of ;Comptroller| of| tbe1 Cur-
Washington, D. C. May 22 1906.—
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned, it has
been made to appear tLat "Tne Enid
National Bank" in tbe City of Enid,
in tbe County of Garfield and Terri-
tory of Oklahoma, bas complied with
all the provisions of the Statutes
of the United States, required
to be complied with before an
association shall be author-
ized to commence the business of
Now Therefore, I, Thomas P, Kane
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby certify that
The Enid National Bank," in tbe
city of Enid, in tbeCounty of Garfield
and Territory of Oklahoma, io au-
thorized to commence tbe business
of Banking as pro\ided in Section
Fifty one hundred and sixty nine of
tbe Revised Statutes of the United
In testimony whereof witness my
hand and Seal of offi e this twenty-
second day of May, 1906.
T. P. Kane.
Established in Enid Since the
; Refrigerators Ser,A!™kas gZt
Our Prices are Right.
Coal Oil and Gasolene Stoves.
6. B. OOEES
Hardware, Vehicles, Implements
901 -903 Broadway ENID, OKLA.
A PLEASED CUSTOMER
ALWAYS COMES BACK
We Try To Please All Our Trade.
Ail kiDds of Fresh Fruit, Fresh Grociers and Vegetables. Have you seen
ojr 1'ne of -'Amethyst" tnatnel ware? Yours to Please
C. T. Wallace & Sons
Succe-sors to Wallace & Parriott.
Phone 404, Enid, Oklahoma.' 11 io Monroe St.
Firs' Pu-'illshel July 17th, WO*
To Whom it May<'onckhn:
In compliance with the provisiv-^d o!
section hree (3 ch > er twenty-two
ti., i of the Sessbn Law.- of
Oklahoma teirltory for the ye - i6 7 no-
tice Is hereby given that Charles E.Lindsay
filed on the 17th,day of July A. D. his
petition for a license tc ell a* retail malt,
suirituous and vinous liquors in the room
on lhe ground lloor of the building
situate upon lot twenty-one «21 > in
biock nine (9 of the eli v of Enid,
according to t lie Government pi * t thereof,
in the couuty. of Garfield and territory, of
Oklahoma. The *.tld place above mention-
ed and described being located In the First
Ward of -aid City of Enid: and that
unless ibjection to the Bam-, as required
by law.be Hied on or befon the 3rd day of
August • 1906, said petition will be
Enid, Oklahoma, July 17th, WW
Atteat(seal* • Applicant.
J. I". L)hi e;y Couotv ^lerk
Or. C. J. Lukens, Eye, Ear, Nose and
Vhroat Specialist, Enid. Glasses Fitted.
DR. M. ft. KSbSO
Physician and Surgeon
Office/ rooms 5 and 6 Grogan Building
Phones j Residence 4"
( Office 90
Dr. H. B. McKenzie
Residence, Phone No 3.
Office Phone 670.
McKenzie-Lee B'ld'g. Enid OKtA
There are many people who have
used Chamberlair's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid
resulu, but who are unknown be-
cause t.iey have hesitated about giv-
ing a testimonial of their experience
for publication. These people, how-
ever, are none the less friends of
this remedy. They have done much
toward making it a household word
by their personal recommendations
to friends and neighbors. It is a
good medicine to have in the home
and is widely known for its enres of
diarrhoea and all forms of bowel
trouble. For sale by the Corry
Pharmacy and Owl Drug Store.
L. R. RICHARDSON,
OVER MOORE'S ^OCERY
RUSH & STE.EN
, Attorneys at-Law
Deputy| and Acting Comptroller of
the Currency. 5,29 2m
Hoir to break up a Cold.
It may be a surprise to many t#
learn that a severe cold can be com-
pletely broken up in one or two days
time. The first symptoms of a cold
are a dt y, loud cough, a profuse wat-
ery discbarge from the nose, and a
thin white coating on the tongue.
When Chamberlain's cough remedy
is taken every hour on the first ap-
pearance of these symptoms, it coun-
teracts the effect of the cold and re
stores the system to a healthy condi
tion within a day or two. For sale by
The Corry Pharmacy and Owl Drug
Are ready, order quick, SpriBg
Valley Fruit Farm, Phone B 2.
_____ _ 7 7 d6t
Lost —A brown leather pocket
hook, containing valuable Jpapers to
the owner but no money. Return to
♦ hp'KaHrlHirinnd receive reward
DO YOL NEtD A STIMULANT?
If uotfDon't Take>it.
f youj]do Take Belle of Milton.
Robberts & Curran,
Ov f Piaeffle Jewelry Store
c. l>. Roseman,
John C. Moore — Chas. L Moor
Moore & Moore
fficas 809J[Grand Ave.."- Enid, Fkla
«« k.- 1
L TJ |U"- !l,'-r ~-r.i| 4r. is
I Jx •« !"f r I ..rtlcnlt.r., TvatlmonlaU
V*©* £> nd "Krllrl I t l.nilles".r l.j re-
-a. _ turn Mall. \ (..•(*« tmiub.iBmu sau
.T ' Dru«,V; ' l'l«'hfii|er« hfB.leal CS
For The Coming
fancy fad Painted (lima
3 Doors West N.E. Corner Square
Dr. C. E. Damrell,
Physician & Surgeon.
White Marble Front over Kauf
man s Dry Goods Store, on North
west Corncof Square a
First published In the Wave July 3, W08
Notice Is hereby given to all persons Inter-
ested in the estate of Oarharlna ll.!gurt de-
ceased,that on thcSBthduy ..f ,luu<! lSoSMarv
M. Aturrter produced and filed In the l'ro
hate court of the eounty of Garfield and
territory of Olclahoma, an Instrument In
writing purporting to be the last will and
teit anient of Cathurlna Hegert deceased, and
also filed In said court a petition nraylng for
the probate of said will, unu that letters
testamentary Issue thereon to Mary M.
Aegerter the executrix named In said will.
1'arsuant to an ord r oft aid court made on
the ;ird day of July lw« notice is hereby given
that Monday the 10th day of July n.H*l at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said dny.tha' be-
ing aday of the regular July term, 190#of
said court, lot* been appointed as the time
for hearing said petition and proving said
will, at the probate court room In Enid in
said county of Garfield when and where all
persona interested may appear and contest
In ust lmony whereof, 1 have hereunto set
my hand and the seal of said probate court
this :ird day of July iwofl
JAMES II. 0ULLI80N.
mi .... • Probate Judge.
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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/m1/2/: accessed February 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.