The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 13, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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County Attorney Hustt
W ins the Appeal
In Danely Cass
ihe Sup;.a; Cocrt i'.v;rs.u . be
Laie DtCis:oB c.' J u Beaoc.i-a?.
The Vermiform Appendix. ^S. ELLEN MbNliK DEiP.
Ill a a
* x ir«
in re |
rTiXi 9 OCe
raf f Luitling tbe f t ■ 4' c •
>oo:> paper. 1 u«.w. .on
Kteat tnterwt to all toe county .. *■
In rendering the r; n, J ■ at
Burwell atait# t~at cojj, i.oai.MU -i
a county clerk in Oklahoma i« limit-
ed to bia annual talary plus a sun:
nol ex needing WOO for making out
the tax roll as may be allowed y tnt
board of county commissioners. lbt
case is styled tbe board of count)
commissioners of Garfield count>
against Jobn F. Danely, and tbe low-
er court decided that tbe clerk might
receive extra compensation. Ibe
supreme couit reverse* tbis decision
upon appeal made by tbe county
This caie is quite a victory for Dan
Huctt the county attorney for Gai
field count* who fought the case bard
before tbe District Court, but the
court felt friendly toward Dane.)
and gave him tbe decision. Huett a
brief submitted to tbe Supreme
Court covered tbe case completely
and was much quoted to tbe tindings
of tbe court.
lilt DISIDK! (til
in iumg ffit.
How To Tell
You do not need
to be a chemist to
know pure, clean
and you are sure of
pure, clean, whole-
some beer. It is the
beer that never,
throughout the long
process of brewing,
comes in contact
with anything but
pure, filtered air and
pipes, tubes and
-ealed storage tanks.
It is the richest beer
in food value, and
always the best to
drink,perfect in age,
purity and strength.
iScrus >o "arpjse la Sai. Kg
Tii'.i? Far Th; ilirs*, Aid
And Dry Foli'.i. -ss.
reached Enid from Guthrie
today, to tbe effect that the Supreme
court had reversed tie decisUn of
the district court in the Harding
land case which placed tbe matter up
in the air a-jain, where it has been
tor ten years. This case involves toe
title of tbe 80 acres lying east of
tbe Whi.e n ill, south side, now
in the possession of Dan ^Larding
who purchased it in good faith
at sheriff sale ten years ago.
This case has been up in different
tbapes for years and it was befort
the United States Supreme Court
once when Harding won. Of course,
Harding will again appeal to the
Onlted States Supreme-Court.
T e terai.form appe:ici* u a = ma
1 i .<e a('.' -nbage '. *-• .nt-
u m tae b -i Jii J-u "
named, cause—->r, r.'.se '
r animation is de-ignatcd « — ppt
...ci.'s. It . rvi no purpose ii- ma.
H ceii> do: g as well, or bett r whu
tbe appendix is removed oy surti^a
operation. With some of the .c.
. nitnals, bowevrr, its function s ej
In the horse, the venform append;.-, j
! acquires it hleheitdevelopment, ;ts (
function being absolutely neccessar ■
to 1 fe. While in a man its capacit;. |
s less than an eu ice," in the horse i'- j
measures about tbirty-six inches n
length, and its capacity nay average
about six gallon-. The appendix of j
' tbe horse is u-ually found tilled wiib j
water, and it may "be said that its;
fucction is that of a storage tank of I
water for the horse where the process
of absorption of what fluid is going
in the man it is rudimentarv It \
has grown useless in the same man- |
ner, perhaps, as have the muscles,
which according to tbe tbe >ry of
evo ution, were used by the prehistor-
ic man to flop bis ears and bis cor-
clences,. Finally, in bis higher de-
velopment had no use for ear muscles
or his conclence, or for a veriform
appendix, both of which went out of
The appendix is taking qnite a part
in the const tutional convention cam-
paign. In the caniidates if tbe £p
pendix is moist he is a wet man; if t
is dry and corroded he is a dry man
and loves the temperance mockery of
El Reno, Sept. 7:-The Christian Kan-as In a politician if the appen-
Church state convention adjourned i dix don't vibrate regularly he will be
last evening and many delegates easily railroaded by such men as
have already left for their homes. Henry Asp and will forget tbe ne-.ds
The enrollment reached 160. Yes- of the common people. It is believed
terday afternoon the various commit- by such eminent vetinary surgeons as
tees made reports, ail of which were Dr.Ostendorf and others that tbe
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Ford Chapman Co
909 Grand Ave
PABST BLUE RIBBON BEER,
order a case for your home today
felicn M Contention
HI ti Reno Mimei.
Ureal Interest Taken in Establishing
A College. To be Decided Octo-
ber 1st. Enid in the I'ush.
uStofrird lo ' 'to
« no urv ves uer, St, :■
-(>>, <-t Tr.y M ^n-g
were .orr. to this u ■ . m
nerfoioweo h-. r ho* > 1
bout Oct loth. * -c- :e, •• as <>
ol ibe fl: = t v.Oii-au to cstatl'.sh ;■
home i> Enid 3be w .s a good, pa j
tient wife and r. ma kabiy go'd n.i- j
tured tow 'd e.eryb dj n ter c rc' -
of aiquaintarce, hence, vas muct. '
respe - ed by all who knew btr,
more e-peciaily tbo- w::o bare bet n ^
! lodge s at tbe Mi-ner ocg ng hou-e
for years: to them she was as Kind i
as a mother in look ng after
tbe r comfort. Her death is a terri
ble blow to the life companion left
behind no one can take ber place in
his heart or home and bis bereave-
ment today is pitiful indeed.
Another good Eu'.u pioneer has
gone: another mound will soon appear
in tbe Enid cemetery:r.ne by one wi
are called to cross over into tbt
great unknown beyond <"iod tBly
knows tte future of each of us and
He only can heal tr.e wounds made
through tbe death of loved ones.
Tbe funeral wi'l occnr from tbe
Misner home, east Broadway, at 2p.ui
Saturday Sept. 8th. All fr:ends, citi-
zens and neighbors are invited to at.
You save money
and avoid failures in your
baking if you use
25 ounces lor 25 cents
Here is true economy. You cannot
^"oo^l be sure every time or have your
food dainty, tasty and whole-
some if you pay less or
accept a substitute.
— ; * Jl
JAQUES MFG. CO.
Atir ...d the Attention oi Thousands
As il S;uod on the Street.
adopted with but little discussion.
Tbe convention next year will be
held In Oklahoma City, the first week
Great interest centers in the ques-
tion of the location of the college. It
nas been definitly decided that tbe
appendix of Amos Ewing is out of po-
sition; instead of banging it is setting
upeid ways like an oii hydrometer,
pushing the liver on one s de and has
a tendency toward melting the heart,
on the other causing the brain to
change its course to suit the circum-
college must be built, and various staocesof political events and lights
cit.es are making strenuous efforts to , the melt. Ir. a cold blooded pol ti
secure its location. Enid's Chamber | cian who can chance his principle to
of commerce sent a committee here suit tue course and the whims of the
yesterday to present tbe claims of driver of the band wagon of his part)
that city. Alva and Chickasha were | the appendix is harA and woody, like
also represented here yesterday by iigaavitae, it is pulseless and don't
committees and El Reno's Comrner- perlorm any function and should be
claiClub is not sleeping oy a long , removed, and used for fish bait. It is
Bbot, ; not safe to cut it out yourself, let
Tne church committee is composed j some doctors take it out for you. Tbe
of live delegates from Oklahoma, charges for removal depends on tbe
TROIBIE IN FlNOiNU JllRYMtN.
STEET PAVING MUST GO.
The street paving proposition has
gone so far that it would be a great
! disaapointment if It was knocked
i out, in fact it would be discouraging
I to many and would undoubtedly give
the city a set back. Tbe contest be-
tween brick and asphalt should be
called off and let tbe work proceed as
per the action of the council. Each
member of the council knowing that
they would be held responsible looked
into the merits of both asphalt and
brick and found asphalt the most de
sirable and most popular in all cities
where both kinds have been used. As
the Wave has said before, tbe peo
pie will be glad asphalt was selected
after the work is finished. On the
other hand if brick were to be used
the great majority of them in favor
of it now would be sorry It had been
used. Anybody who doubts this as-
sertion should go over to Guthrie and
inquire of the business men of that
city, who would confirm what the
Wave has said.
The jurymen suuimoued by th
Sheriff for the Probate court came in
to court Tuesday morning and nearly
all carried doctor's certificate
other reasons to show wby tbev
should not be called upon to serve on
the jury and tbe list was thinned
below tbe limit. The Sheriff was
provided with another batch of
names and tbis morning the following
list of persons were lined up to
answer questions touching their qual-
iScations to set as jurors.
•la,lies Giles, It. EC. Wilson, Geo. II.
johnson, J. R. Ramsouer, L. S, Ridg-
way, James Cook, D. R. Link, A. A '
Nelson, Warren Watkins, W. T. j
Turner, H. G. Cook, W. S. Boles, J
P. Bailey, C. Brinley, A. Deed, Harry j
Kggleston, G. W. Osborne, J. B. J
Willis, J. R. Frost, Amos Stoalabar-j
ger, C. E. Swltzer, J. C. Eller, M. S.I
Johnson, C. W. Goltry.
live from Indian Territory, and two
committeemen at large. The latter
are C. M. JacKman, formerly of El-
Reno, now of Wichita, and a gentle
man named Ford, a resident of Ohio.
The Oklahoma committeemen are
Dick Morgan, of Alva; E. B. John-
son, of Norman; O. L. Smith of El-
Reno; J. B. Monroe of Oklahoma City
and W. A. Humphrey of Guthrie.
These gentletran with the Indian
Territory committeemen will meet
in Guthrie on October 1st at which
time the location of the College will
financial circumstancesof the victim,
real poor people $75, rich folks from
$500 to $1000.
Cherokee Club M;cini;.
and Co Ids
The New York Life insurance com-
pany has J'J.'JOO policy holders in Ger-
many and the Mutual has from 6,000
Street Railway promoter John
L.inden says the company is awaiting I
the action f the inayor on the street
paving contract before work will be-
gin. He ajg that if the street pav-
ing enterprise is knocked out or
changed to brick, the $2,000 forfeit
will probably go to tbe city and tbe
|)« oject dropped,
There is a remedy over sixty
years old — Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Of course you have
heard of it, probably have used
it. Once in the family, it stays;
the one household remedy for
coughs and hard colds on the
chest. Ask your doctor about it.
Th.i b t kind of a testimonial -
•'Sold lor over sixty years."
M d0 by J. O- ly*r •o.. Lowtll, Mm*
Alto uiMiuftoturtri of
W« have no MCr«ta' W# puhllil
;ormulu of all our ■•dtomtt.
The Cheiokee Club, a JeiTersonian
democratic organization, met in
tCagle Hall last evening to cousider
campagaln prboiems. The matter
of entertaining the great leader W.J.
Urvan upon the occasion of bis visit
on or about Sept- 28-29, was taken up
and discussed A committee of three
from each ward was appoicttd to
raise funds to defray the expense of
the Bryan reception of which about
1250 will be required from Enid
pay the expenses of the Bryan spec-
ial tram, The following well known
democratic rustlers were appointed
First ward; C. E. Grogan, C. O.
vVi.od and Pat Wilcix.
Second Ward; Geo. EmerUU, W
B. Johnston and C, H. Plttman.
Third ward: C. L. Ogilvle, W. S.
Grubb and P. J. Chaney.
Fourth ward: Herb C'ok, Will
Fifth ward; C. V. Porter, C. S. Mc-
Clellan, C. H. Dangerfield.
Sixth Ward: Frank Hamilton, P. S
Fagat\ J. U. Harvey.
Many new members were added to
Cbajles A. Love to hrma C. t ridley
part N. E. 12-23 7 $10^0.
Solomon Edwards to Hatilda Ed-
ward part N. E. 6 22 6 $'<500.
Ida Eaton to Mattie A. Young lot
6-7 8 6 blk. 21 Waukjmu i503.
John W. Young to Anna Mary
Weber S, W. 34 21 1 #0000.
Henry K. Jones to Neity Ann
Hardgrave lot 10 block 40 Enid $173.
C. W. Goltry to Aloertha A Lar-
son S. W. 1 22 4 $6100.
Prepare for Harvesting
Just time to get your repair
work done before harvesting
> GET ONE OF OUR
is the best jmade, and
quality considered, I lithe
Ayer's Rills Increase the activity of
lKo liver, and thu$ *ld recover*.
It is estimated that tbe people of
United Stales consimie £6,000,000
pi uud* of salt per annum.
E a si Broadway, Enid
Last DiE'it while Col, C. E. Grogan
who gallantly served in Col. • J*
Br/an's Kebraska regiment during
tbe Spanish war, was in attendance
at the meeting of the Cherokee <.lub,
his Katjenjamer Automobile was
patiently waiting for bim at 'be
curb opposite the entrance to the
Kagle Hail. Suddenly the decorating
committee of the Prohibition League
came around and proceeded to de-
corate the automobile in a very
handsome manner, Beautiful st-ings
of tbe national colors were entwined
around and around the machine and
on a hign pedestal the 'American
Sag floated gayly in the moon .kissed I
breeze if the perfect night. A por-
traitof Mrs. McBetb eating straw-
berries out of a co>e oyster can was'
bung on tbe side, by the side of a
card whic'a read:—"This mach ne for
sale for $50 I want a larger onf, see
Grogan." A strip of "4 paw" car-
pet was laid from the stairway en-
trance to tbe machine o that tbe
quickened tread of the honored one
would be soft and mellow like in
reaching the car.
As the thousands who parade the
streets of Enid in the evening time
passed by they looked at the hand -
somely trimmed auto and wonder-
ed. Some inquired whether
Billy Bryan bad come to town
unexpectedly; oih^rs thought that
the great kniglj.t ol tbe paste pot
and dis&gurer of the trasa cans,
Ziller the bill paster, was out adver-
tising some kind of new soap. Game
Warden Watrous passed and looked
at the beautiful thing with astonish-
ment, when he suddenly suspected
something and looked in tbe lire box
for concealed qujiil. The police
appeared and inquired as to tbe
cause of the apparent celebration.
They were informed that Grogan was
celebrating in honor of Mayor
Bowers for signing the paving con-
tract, but they kept on watching it.
Tbe ladies praised Grogan for the ap-
parent patriotism and wandered
whether he was a candidate for
congress or councilman,
In the course of time the honored
one come to the foot of tbe stair«
aad stopped. He speachlesjly viewed
bis beautiful car sitting out upon
the street looking like a gorgeously
decorated cbarriot, fitted for a King,
in the dim moonlight, while several
dogs parked at it from the middle of
the street As he gazed at the line
of distinguished citizens on each side
of the richly carpeted walk, with
heads bear and extended hands,
shake, he knew that tbe honor was
intendedforhim amlhe wasovercome
with emotion, but fearing the Ore
works committee he refused to
advance, but stood for 10 minutes
listening to the defeaning applause.
Grogan was to full of gratitude
for the honor conf jred for utteianct,
he attempted to make a speech but
bis "Adamsapple"arose at cach effort
and choked off tbe speal. Finally he
eatersd the car took a seat and soon
whirled out of sight ;.s the crowd
cheered and Lurrahed for Grogan.
CSamb.r «f Commerce Membership.
Secreta V Hart of the namber of
Caoimercc, has compiled a list show-
ing thr membership of tbe Chamber
,,f Commerce up to date. He will be
pleasid to have any who has not al-
ready made application for mem-
bership, forward his name at an
early date. There will be a meeting
on Tuesday nignt of the comlDg week
tor the purpose of talking over mat-
ters relative to tbe Cattleman's
Convention and Improved Breede:s
Association, which will meet in Enid
in February of next year, w e would
like to have as many members and
citizens out at this meeting as possi-
ble. Here is tbe present member-
ship roll, of the Ej:d Chamber of
^ ni ti cent
in fee ii
fie d o ■
__ "U ir
Asher & Jacobus
Black & Barilton
W. E. Brown
B. F. Clampitt
C. F. Cooter
W. F. Cummins
R. C. Dickinsbeet
• Jas. French
Frantz Lumber Co. Fields Hotel
L. A. Faubion
E lid Pub. Co.
ti. H. Hills
R. A. Kent
J. 1). King
E, R. Lee
C, V. Porter
Randells & Grubbi
H. I. Sexsmith
Wirt & Lyons
H. H. Wolf
W. D. White
Enid Wholesale Grain Co.
Enid Electric & Gas Co.
Meibergan & Godsrbalk
McKeever & Walker
Mclnteer & Gillispie
Gannon 4 Gouiding
Warron Quinlin Asphalt Co.
Okla. State Bank
SchaefTer Fur, Co.
P. T. Walton Lumber Co.
Frartz Hdw. Co.
H C'. Eminget
En d Lumber Co.
W. S. Grubbs
J. D G: martin
E. H. Howells
W. D. Johnson
H. Jacoby -
M. M. Kelly
W. T. Overton
W. C. Plaeffie
L. U. Richard-on
J. H. Shaw
F. W. Weller
A. P. Wilcox
H. V. Whiting
J. L Soule
For years a picture of your loved
family, While they are at home
don't fail to get
Father and mother would be
pleased |if you cared enough to
insist on having their pictures
made and when they are gone
if you visit
Sucessois to Dome Photogradh Co
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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/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.