The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 13, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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Vol 13 No 37
out ,.nd rebounding, assumes b1cnkweu vigor, praiming always fair knid, garfield county, oklahoma and dkmocbaoy.
Enid, Oklahoma. Thursday, September 13, 1906.
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K.T.Alton, Vlce-^rts.Ol hakk u.litton,i
f(Successor to the Ba-ak of Enid)
Capital Fully Paid $100,000.00
Court.ous .and Liberal Treatment to all.
A First Clas< Batik rg Insti ution with l:>rae Capital con-
ducted along Sale and - u. servative lines
We Do Not Pay Interest
Our stock Holders are as'follows:
S. T. Alton' M. Godschack C■ Roberts
M. M. Call way. W. H. King B. L. Robinson
W. E. Cotfdal J. E. Met hristy A. E. fetephrnson
John ( urran, J. D Minton Glenn A. Walters
C.E.Gannon. C E. Mehew E B. Weather
F. II Letson O.J. Hemming
r€ €€-C $€€€€€€€€
Frantz Lumber Company
Lumber, Lime, Brick,«Cement and All
~ 9-21 tf
SECOND-HAND G-OODS Bought and Sold.
913 East Monroe Ave.
A. A. CROWELL.
Architect. 1159 Broadway; opposite Wave Office.
Flans and Estimates furnished on short notice.
FARMS FOR SALE By L. D. Baker.
I have got 'em for sale all over the county; farms of all kind
and p ices.
Office. Wood build in?, Upstairs
Citv Bus Carriasa and Transfer.Line
W F Brown Prop Telephone calls for bus, carriage, or funk tran
fer wagon p-omptly attended to in plenty of tin e to reacn ali train
All Summer via the Santa Fe.
Tourist tickets on sale every day at very low rates.
To £;\in a pleasant and auspicious introduction to Colorado yon should
travel Santa Ke The magnificent mountain panorama —over one hundred
miles long — seen en route to Denver and through Pueblo and Colorado
Springs prepares von as nothing else can for those other attractions offered
by tlus great vacation land.
Pullmans, ehair cars, fast trains and Harvey meals. A combination ap-
pealing to discriminating travelers.
Descriptive literature free.
For rates, time table folders, i
reservations, apply to
R. J. Kennedy, Passenger Agent,
The Only Exclusive Ladies Store
New Fall Ladies Hats
New Fall Skirts
Summer Hals, waists. Shirts,
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERY
LACE, go at your own price.
They must move as we need lots
of room for our new
It I HIM (II IA CIIS IIRMSIUIVG
When you are down don't advertise
Last year 5,500 native Christians
were added to the chnrch in Japan.
An exchange says an Oklahoma
girl broke her neck in an effort to
avoid being kissed. No Oklahoma
girl ever did such a foolish thing.
Jobr Rineman of Woodville, Pa.
made a succe^. of his 21>t attempt to
It is estimated that Chicago's
2,000,000citizens violate the law"2-
100,000 times a day. Etery man in
Kansas violates the law tvery time-
he takes a drink.
The United States mint has beeun
buying and coining stiver. But it is
done by a republican administration
and gold people look upon it without
a tremor. ___________
In entering upon the profession of
robbery a person may become either
a burglar, a common theif or
aristocratic bank wrecker
Palmist S Clairvoyant.
I'rof. Leonard has returned. No
matter what you want to know, about
business love family or ^money mat-
ters. If you have trouble of any
nature Leonard will help. Well
known in Enid. Will give his com-
plete life reading this week for 50
cents. ■ Parlors at 1207 north Grand
0 4 * d 6 t wl.
C. W. Whilslon Alias,
Ed. Miller Arrested in Kan.
Now in Jail.
It w;il be reioimbered that along
in the early putt of last spring, one
one C. VV. Whitston alias
Ed Miller, aiias J. K. Case, alias
Henry Harmon, who played proprie-
tor of the Palace uieat market on
east Broadway for ia time, skipped
out leaving a young wife and
nutneruus creditors to mourn his
sudden departure. He had mortgaged
stock to the Campbell Bros, th^t he
hid never owned and 'eceived divers
sums from others in various wajs
strictly criminal. It was reported at
the time that beside-* the wife be
left here he had another de.-erted
wiie in Colorado. He left Enid
between two days never to return,
nut Sheriff Campbell nas been
searching for him all summer long
The Sheriff received information
that his man of many names was in
Ellsworth Kansas. Under Sheriff
Cbas. Campbell arrested him near
Ellsworth last Friday evening while
he was enjoying a buggy ride with a
girl, whom tt is presumed might goon
become wife No. 3. The prisoner
was landed in the Enid jail Saturday
evening to.await a preliminary hear-
Here in Enid be was known as Ft?.
Miller, but his right natne is presumed
to be C. W. W hitston. In Kansas he
assumed several names, the last one
being J. K, Case.
The stock holders ot the Palace
Meat market wben Miller run it met
today and concluded to piosecute the
man of many natoes tj a linish. Just
what the deserted wite willdo with
him is not yet reported.
WE ARE OVER STOCKED •
On Small I nslrutnoiits ;
Until Oct ber 1st, 2> per cent. off the egular marked price.
Violins 00 3rd up
et th ■ bargains In New W1 It.
Organs, almost as gout .1
ASHER & JiCOBUS
vuitars $3.00 and up J
ind up *
jvLwintf Machines, Second •
new, from *1:; up. «
# West, Sides Square. Enid, Ok In hi ma
There are many people who have
used ^Chamberlair's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid
results, but who are unknown be-
cause tney have hesitated about giv.
ing a testimonial of their experience
for publication. These people, how-
ever, are none the less Ir'ends of
this remedy. They have done much
toward making it a household word
by their personal recommendations
to friends and neighbors It id 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
barmacy and Owl Drug Store.
A skating rink will scon be open
for business on the corner of 9th and
Monroe street. 9 5* d4t
Ranges-Made for Economy
MM\d to Co
T_THE SHOE MAN _
All Kinds of Shoe:
Make us a Social Call.
Condensed Report of The
Enid National Bank, Enid, Okla.
As made to the comptroller of the Currency at Washington, D. C., at close cf
business, September 4th, 1906.
Loans and Discounts
U. S. Government Bonds
Furniture and Fixtures....
Cash&Sight ex $145,784.2)
d Co. and
Enid City.. . 18,833.08
U.S. Bonds.... 60,100.00
Prem. on U. S.
Gov. Bonds 6,768.19
Due from U. S.
$249,583.94 Capital stock paid in $100,000.00
3,492.99 Profits 3,753.19
100,000.00 National Bank Notes in eir-
5,000.00 culation 100,000.00
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The above statement is correct.
O.J. FLEMING, President.
FRANK, H. LETSON, Cashier.
waNTKd:—$12 to $24 weekly salary
and expenses paid to energetic man
or woman employing agents for fast
sellinggoods in Oklahoma territory.
Experience unnecessary, permanent.
9 10 (lit
Call For Convention.
Persuant to the action of the Dis-
The Democratic Party for the 13th
Constitutional Convention District
wili herewith take notice that a con-
vention to se ect a candidate for the
Democratic party of the 13th Consti-
tutional Convention District will be
held at the District court room or
Thursday, October 4, 1906, at 7:30 p:m
that on Tuesday, October 2, 1906, be
tween the hours of 7:30 and 8:30 p.m.
the First, Fourth, Fifrti and Sixth
wards of the City of Enid will hold
conventions at the places indicated
to select delegates to the District
convention to be held at the District
First ward will hold its convention
at Council Chambers.
Fourth ward will hold its convention
at Water Works Station.
Fifth ward >vlll hold its conven-
tion at the office ot Gist Fuel Co.
Sixth ward will hold its convention
at Kenwood School Building.
The representation apportioned as
follows: First ward 16 votes, Fourth
ward 10 votes, Fifth ward 16 votes,
Sixth ward 12 votes.
C. H. Dangerfield,
D. M. Walker,
If you bave money to burn save It
for your coal dealer next winter.
End burns o< dies of money every
winter. But don't blame it ail (in
y"ur coal dealer. The railroad com-
panies charge as much to haul Mc-
Ualister coal to Enid, as they do t0
haul it to Galveston, New Orleans,
1C msas City or St. Louis.
All the talk and howl against
Bryan in all the republican newspa-
pers and a few subsidised democratic
( ?) papers simply show through their
argument that they beleive MrBryan
to be en tirely too honest to be presi-
$ Alexander & Bowman Sho* Ce.
❖ Successors to B. T. Thcmpson.
ijj We carry a complete line of >
| Ladies, Childrens &
I and Gents Shoes
| We have just received the largest and greatest variety
| of the vary latest Style
Trunks, Valises, Suit Cases, etc.
A broken stock of^gents' furnishing goods
and hats at 50 cents on the dollar must be
closed out. -------
Mr. Lawrence Wallace and Miss
Grace Hough were married Sunday,
September 9th at 5:30 p. m. at the
Methodist parsonage. Only a few of
the immeniate iclatives and a few
friends were present.
Tne groom is connected with his
father In the grocery business on
W■ S. GRUHB,
Successor to Randelsl & Grub^l
Elow are you?3 Busy? Well so are we, but'
busy teat we cant answer the 1 hone, so juji
and give us your order for >
F eed. Coal, Seed, Flour, etc.
ft will be promptly S1 led a rtl •satisfaction guaranteed.
Prompt Delivery. ,■—Phone No. 33
Southeast Vor- -r i,t Square
A PLEASED CUSTOMER
ALW AYS COMES BACK
Please All Our Trade.
Have pm si tt
Monroe street and Is a sterling j <\n kinds of Fresh Fruit, Fresh Groclers and Vegetables,
industrious young business m.n. Ti e
bride is the daughter of Walter F. |
Hougti and she was a very popul; r
young lady in her sett, The Wave !
extends best wishes to Mr. and Mrf,
our line of "Amethyst" enatuel^warel1 Yourstto Please
C. T. Wallace & Sons
Successors tolWallace & Parriott.
Vhone 494, Enid, Oklahoma* mo Monroe St
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 13, 1906, newspaper, September 13, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112513/m1/1/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.