The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 11, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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LET US SHOW—-
You ihe Very L*tfst Designs in
J. Wall Paper S-
FOR "THE SEASON OF 1906-
In order to have our Paper "up to the minute" we
closed out all last jear stock, and bought all new for
this soring. You will find in our stock the newest
coloring, the last designs and the latest novelties
Ard as here to-fore you will find them reasonably
p.TCed. for '"e have ;\P f*dflCy • flCCS.
Sam Evans* Little Drug Store
Opposite Fire House.
THE W AVL.
1..L. ISENBifiRG, Editor Managt
i_(SottTHd its fiecond-c'.a.HS mall maUera* the
poat office at K ild, O T, under the Act of
TOagresa o! March 7 !MT9
OA 11— V .
By mall, per y« ir
By cnrrlur imr year
who do c
tlelr paper an)
port to the office at once
rhn-e months —
oeit morning so ihai the 00} ( an he
-eeulated. Don't let a weett or two
pass before you report. The manage-
ment don't know when a boy misses a
paper until it is reported S'UdSt
trior idvertlslnft rates apply to tLr ofltce
First Published in the Wave
W .AT WILL
Hit VUIF1S DO? i
Wou d tuc votirs ol OKlabom i send
- non keeper to ih. ct nititutional
o„vc..u a 10 *ritc a provi-ion I"
i,,c vj i ii iuuii (i i p«on. t 'ti.'
woulu 1. j jc'p't okiloouja
send a minuter j the Co stitutiona
c ■ ventioo to uiake a provision for «
«iUe open liquor p'.iicy in toe c naii
11 ..it a.c t o pi' p*)siii.'Ds to hlcn
rtU) vot.i In Uklaiiouia would be abie
to ma e uninedut reply. How much
difference is mere in either of these
two propositions, and the one made
by the lepubllcan party to send rail-
ioad attsrnejs and representatives
of the railroads to the constitutional
convention to make provisions for re
gulaiing those corporations? Is there
a sane man in Oklahoma who beltlvcs
that the jailroads have dealt fair
•vith the people of Oklahoma, who be
lleves that the railroads have dealt
justly iu the matter of rates to the
people of Oklahoma and Ind an l'er-
Math1 in Now York
OOl) Stylo is not oxaggerated style.
Clothing made I>y AII red Benjamin
A Co. is up to tin' mi utile in cut and
fabric—but never extreme.
An Alfred Ben-
jamin & Co. suit
bought to-day will
be in good taste
and is so made that it will hold the style till
the last day of service.
Correct Clothes for Men
CLOTHIERS & FURNISHERS
Be it resolved by tbe Mayor and
City Council ot the city of Knid,
Garfield County.iOklabomaTerritory: ritor>?
Whereas, we the Mayor and City , . ,
Council of the City of Knid, Garfield j Is there a man tod-y who beUives
County, Oklahoma Territory, deem | tbat lhe
representatives of tbe rail-
it necessary to grade, pave, gutter.
drain, and otherwise improve the
Highland Park lots are now on the
market see Hudkins Realty Co.
9 24 d 1 t
UawcrJtic Consiitnoinna! Convention
CHAS H. PITTMAN. 11th District
J. A. ALDERSON 12th District
CHAS. L. MOORE I3th District
A. H. ELLIS 14th District
The Inside Inn at Jamestown Expos-
ition will accomadate three thou
A sell ntist has made the discovery
tbat coa1 Is edible, but until the col
trust is bust ci we will stick to cheap-
L Faubior, west side, buys all
k nds of second hand goods and sells
on the InAaltnont plan. 10,5 dA wlm
Among the current events In the
eastern p.ipers we note the inven-
tion of a cradle tbat is rocked by
Elopements of beirerses were once
with the f roily coachman. Now
they are with lhe family chaffuer.
Next they may be with family aero-
following described streets, avenues,
and public places, and parts of streets
avenues, and public places in the
city of Enid: —
And, whereas, it is necessary to
levy a special tax provided by law
for such improvements.
Now, therefore, be it resolved by
tbe Mayor and City Council tb..t we
do hereby declare that the grading,
paving, g uttering, draining, and
otherwise improving the following
streets, avenues, and public places
and parts of streets, avenues, and
public places within the city limits
of the City of Enid, necessary to be
Commencing at a point on Broad
way Street at the west line of Inde-
pendent Avenue where Broadway
street intersects said Independence
Avenue; nu.v.e west on Broadway
street to the west line of Twenty-
fourth Street, at tbe intersecting of
said Broadway street and Twenty-
fourth street all in the City of Enid,
Garfield coujty, Oklahoma, Territo-
And be it further resolved that
this resolution be published for tbe
time and in the manner required by
Passed and approved September
7 th, 1906.
E. R. LKE
LOST—A ladies bracelet, between
toe Rock Island round hou-e and the
square. a reasonabls reward will be
paid for its return to the Wave ofll
ce. • 10 6 d 4 t
Goods that were in transit when
our big closing out sale commenced
wiH be on sale for the first time Wed;
nesday morning. Staples of all kinds
of overalls, work suits, calicoes
muslins etc, all slaughtered deeper
Rucker's Dep't. Stoke.
_ 9 9 dlt
If I bad children that 1 wanted to
keep healthy and well, I would feed
them •'THE ALTON GOODS." 2t
ads who are asking for support j0hn Smith has been nominated for
that they may go to the constitution- ceDpregs from an jowa distriot. Not
al convention, will tbey make Pro" , the John Smith you know. Another
visions for regulating the railroads?
The success of Enid in securing the
Christian University makes her
eastern rivals feel sadder than ever.
It is quite possible that Enid will pull
the state capital in an eight cornercd
light. Great Is Enid.
'•Will the peekaboo waist go out
with the straw bat?" asks a corres.
pondent. Not after the weather
gets frosty. The sight unseen will
then go out with the derby and
The government isnow experiment-
ing with hens to make them lay more.
It should also make an effort to wean
the aging one from the feminine in.
stinct of marking! down their ajes
and butting into the market as
Children eat, sleep and grow after
taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. Brings rosy cheeks, laughing
eyes, good health and strength. A
tonic for sickly children. Tea or
Tablets, 35 cents. Th? Owl Drug
or Corry Pharmacy, w
Certainly every voter should be equal
ly as able to answer this question as
the ones on tbe prohibition and anti-
prohibition question. And yet becau-
se of party blindness, because of
false promises, and pledges that are
never expected te be kept, some m^n
talk of voting against their own in-
It Is the history of politics that
those expecting special favors at tbe
hands of political parties, align them
selves with the party that has had
control, and from which they ba\e
reason to belelve they can get special
The republican party has been in
control of Oklahoma for many years
by virtue of a republican national
administration. Tbe railroads had
no use for the demjcratic party
could not have used it, had they
wanted to do so. But a glance at
the history of republicanism la Okla
homa shows h w the corporations
have been benefitted by that party's
At the head of the party's organi-
zation are tbe representatives of the
railroads and the trusts. It is not
necessary for one to hunt around to
find a railroad representative in the
republican party. They are at the
bead of it. And yet this is the party
tbat is making the fight with the
money of corporations at its disposal
to control the constitutional conven-
The man who wrote tbe Enabling
Act, Henry Asp, is a candidate for
constitutional delegate, and tbe
corporations expect, if they can con-
trol the convention, that Henry Asp
will write the constitution for Okla-
It remains with the people to s^e
L. A Faubion sells all kinds of bou«e
furnishing goods on the instalment
plan; monthlyor weekly piymente.
Nobody wants the worst of it, in
fact everyoody is locking for the
best of it. You get it in "THE AL-
TON GOODS " d 2
No sickly omen or weak mci will
ever regret taking Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. It's brought happi-
ness to thousands of homes. Tea or
Tablets, 35 cents. The Owl Drug
^tore or Corry Pharmacy. w
Is it any of the Following Goods:*
Wheat Drill. Plow, Harrow, Cream Seperator
Buggy, Wagon, Feed Grinder, Wind
Mill, Cook Stove, Tank or what
We handle the Hoosier and Superior Grain
Drills, John Deere Sulky Gang and Disk
Plows, Dain Triple Geared Feed Mills,
De#re Harrow9, Disk Harrow, Sharp-
lers Cream Seperator, Deere and Velie
Buggies, Surreys and Spring Wagons,
Moline and Lake City Farm Wagons
and Trucks, Ideal and Sampson Wind
Mills, Cutter and Proctor Stoves and
Ranges, Ward Pumps and Cylinders.
Are You Going; To Build?
Wf call the attention of our read-
ers to tbe new ad of the ScbaefTer
Furniture & Undertaking Co., in this
issue. This popular firm have just
received another car load of fine
furniture, rugs, mattings iDd linole-
* Our Hardware is complete and our prices are
* consistent with first class goods Call and see
* the goods.
That is a line clear and transparent
load the republican reformers are
compelled to carry over at Guthrie.
Henry Asp and tbe Santa Fe road
are the complete ownert of district
No 24 iu the heart of Quthrle. No
man dares run against Asp; he has a
sure sluch in the district. However,
one of the Smith family has dared to
buttin as an Independent democratic
candidate. It would be fun it there
were Smith's enough lb the district
to beat the|sayl«r of Guthrie.
FfclKilSON BOASTS FILSON.
According to Ex-Govenor Fergus:
son, Charles Filson, who assisted a
gerrymandering the constitutional
districts and who reccommend no
registration in cities is guilty of in-
tention to defraud at the ballot box.
Tbe position taken by Secretary
Filson on registration in cities of tbe
first class if a disgrace t« the.Republi-
can party in Oklahoma. It should be
denounced by every decent minded
republican. No registration means
fraud and corruption. Tbat is all
there is to it."
bv Uical uupltoatlonn. fta tbey cannot reueh
the diseased portion uf the ear. There la
only one way to euro deafuesa, and that Is
by constitutional remedies. I>eafuew In
tbe result, and unless the Inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to Iu
normal condition, haarlnc will b* destroyed
forever; Bins cases out of ten are cauai '
• atarrh. wklcb la nothing but aa lidl
ten are caused by
K hut aa luflamed
•oudlu in ot the mucouai urfaces
«One Hundred Dollar* (or any
eaa (Caused by ralarrhl that
•ured by Hall's Catarrh Oore
n. CllKNBY t CO., ToltdoJO.D
afilste, Sc. a
VI a| i.allf fK f
whether they will be
party pledges and vote for the cor-
poration that has been strangling
them, that have held them up for
thousands upon thousands of dollars
in this territory.
It remains for tbe merchants, for
tbe labjring men, for the farmers
and for every man who has bad to
pay tribute t the railroads to say
whether or not they are willing to
still pay tribute to those corporations
by electing delegates who are repre-
senting the railroads, to write the
Tbe first international encamp-
ment ever held will be one of the at-
tractive features of tbe Jamestown
Exposition, The flags, uniforms and
war equipment of all tbe Jgreat na-
tions will be seen in tbe panopoly of
their own troops, and the review of
these warlike bodies will be among
the most interesting spectacles of
this most spectacular of all exposl-
Kock Island Resumes.
Chicago, III., Oct. 10.—The Rock '
Island announced tbat operation on '■
tbe Enid & Anadarko branch will be •
resumed over the Cimarron river Oct.
U. The main line has been in opera-
tion st me time.
Hrst published In the Wive Sept in ISM
To Whom It May Coucero:
in compliance with the provisions of sec-
tion li, Chapter 22, of the Session Laws of
Oklahoma Territory of the year 1897. notice
is hereby given that John Burns, Jr., fil-
ed on the 19th dayiof Sept. A, D. WOti, his
petition for a license to sell at retail
malt, spirituous and vinouslluuors on lot 17,
block lil 1st ward in city of Enid, Garfield coun
tv, Oklahoma Territory, and that unk-*8 ob-
jection to the same, as required by law, be
tiled on or before the 12th day of October,
A. 1) 1906, said petit on will be granted
Enid, O, T., Sept. 19th 1900.
John una, jr.
J. F. DAN ELY
6. B. 60WLES
Hardware, Vehicles, Implements*
901-903 Broadway ENID, OKLA.
*«*«**«***«**««♦ + **** + * + *
The report that an open-all-nlght
bank Is to be established in Fhiladel>
phia Is perhaps but a paragraphic
joke. Phlladelphlans goto bed when
tbe curfew rings and sleep the sweet
sleep of the Just until the blazing god
of day rips the mantle of night up
the gloomy back.
The books for the registration of
voters who desire to vote at the
election to be held for the purpose
of electing delegates to the Consti-
tutional Convention, will he opened
at tbe olfice of the City Clerk on
Wednesday, September 2tith, 1906 and
remain open thirty days
All persons who desire to vote at
said election must registers.
ID 19 dl2t
Enid opera House
Thursdry, Oct. n
Cal. Burke All Star Cast
Our comedians will cure the blues;
our "Broilers" will captivate you. A
hilarious sufficiency of pros, musid
SliK)lm] Volccs 30
With its own orchestra.
Prices 2 Rows fl.OOIParquet 75-B lcnoy
5o, General admission 35-50
Furniture, Rugs, Mattings
Our Store and
Warehouse are Crowded
New China Cabinets, New Side Boards,
New Buffets, New Folding Beds,
New Iron Beds, New Rockers,
New Rugs, New Mattings, New Linoleums.
All marked at our low Cash Prices, Our Picture
Framing Department is Complete.
Undertaking and Embalming;.
In connection with our Furniture stock we carry a com-
plete line of undertaking goods. Hearse free to our
Scfaeffer, Turniture & Undertaking Co
Phone 341 West Side Square.
The Enid Cement Press Brick Co.
We manufacture all Kinds of Cement Sand Brick of various colors. Also Cement
Building rock for foundation, Terrace, Flues and House Walls. Our Cement
Brick are smooth, and perfect, being very desirable
business block walls. Visit our yards, East Broadwa
and examine our stock. Contractors and Builders Special rates'
G. MESSALL & HOOVER,
east of Railway track
C. l>. Rosoman,
OVEK KNOWERS SHOE STOBB
L. R. RICHARDSON,
ovhh moore's kry
Dr. C. E. Damrell,
Physician & Surgeon.
White Marbir Front over Kauf
man s Dry Goods Store, on Noitb
west Corner of Square a
Dr. H. B. McKenzie
ittbldeaee Pkone Nol'g.
OBlce Pkeae 070.
McKvmele-Lee b'm'g. knid Okca
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