The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 11, 1906 Page: 7 of 8
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THE CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
SUSTAINED DEMURRER TO BE READY FOR BUSINESS
IN KENNEDY INDICTMENTS. BY SEPTEMBER IS01.
Indictments Quashed and Cases Somelking Concerning The College
We have added' to Jour stock of
Kodak Supplies a line of
Use Plate9 or Films.
Descriptive Catalogue and Price
List for the asking.
Watrous Drug Store,
The place where they" have the
Fred Fr omholtz, tbe Bison banke
is in the city today.
. Tickets are now on sale at ffatrous
Drug Store for "Papa's Boy."
Large flocks of ducks and geese
were flying south this morning.
Remanded for Consideration
Of Next Grand Jury.
There were four indictments ag linst
Kennedy the late President of the
Citisens Bank, defunct. The attor
nies entered a Demurrer to said in-
dictments on account of the irregu-
larity in the proceedings during big
jim's time. After considerable argu-
ment the demurrer was sustained and
the indictments were knocked out
but the plaintiff was stilll held under
bond for Lis appearance before the
next grand jury "away over yonder"
in next *xpril. The indictments
against Hellroaring Watkins were
held good and will come to trial soon.
Gen. Supt. Tyler, of the Friscn,
spent last night in Enid, going east
and the Organization. Four
Buildings To Be
Tbe Cbristion University recurt d
for Enid at Oklahoma City yesteid,iy
morning is destined to be tbe largest
and most complete institution of
[earning in the state. It has been
given out that at least four buildings
aggregating a cost of at least $200,000
will be planed and erected as soon as
After selecting Enid for the loca-
tion by a vote of 7 to 5,
the b^ar d held another brief ses-
sion yesterday and discussed plans
for the incorporation of the universi
ty, and agreed that the name of "Ok-
lahoma Christian University" should
be given tbe new institution, A
charter will at once be applied lor
and the work of organizing the new
school be mapped out. It is tbe
intention to have tbe building
You pay for what you get. Why
not insist on having what you wantj
•"THE ALTON GOODS." d 2 t
The attendance of ministers at tbe
M. E. Church is increasing. They
are now in regular session.
Services tonight will be^in at 7:3# i erected and school open in September
D.-. Dinwiddie will have charge of ti e
Tbe local nimrods report all kinds
of ducks from teel to mallands pler>
tiful on the ponds,
The cheapest place to buy heating
stores is at L. A. Faubion's, west side
new and second hand, 10,5 d&wlm
The water in Hen-y« hole looks as
If it would make good denatured alco-
hol as it has plenty of vegetable
matter in it.
Mrs. Gertrude Gannoway, of Okla-
homa City, i In Enid visiting her
parents Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bradley,
Seventh and Pine.
Oscar Payton, the Frisco lineman
is improving rapidly. His tempera
ture this morning was 130. This shows
a marked improvement.
Following U the program
8:30 Devotional Service and ad-
dress by Bish p Berry.
9:00 Business Session.
1:30 Preachers' Aid and Annuity
3:00 Temperance and Prohibition,
Dr. Dinwiddle, Washington, D. C.
4:00 Evangelistic Service, Dr.
7:50 Anniversary Church Exten-
Addres-, Dr. T. C, Hid, Philadel-
George Rainey will take his fine
saddle horse to Kansas City next
week and enter the horse show which
willl open there Monday the I5th and
continue all week.
It is said that Henry Asp is the
King bee of the Guthrie district to
the tune of 775 majority. Quite a
little Santa Fe Kingdom away from
Mrs. Mary N. Churcbfleld, wife of
Mr. James Churchfidd, died at the
family home 210 E-st Broadway, at
4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, of
cancer of the liver, aged 36 years, 11
months and 3 day.
Mrs. Church field was a sufferer tor
several years and had undergone sev-
eral operations. The deceased leaves
a husband and five children to mourn
the loss of a loving wife and mother.
The remains were shipped to Otta-
wa, Illinois, on the 6 o'clock morning
train, accompanied by the family.
Rev. E. V. Zoellars of Hiram, Ohio
who has been in charge of the work,
will continue to act at the head of
affairsand will superintend the plans
and all construction work of the
building. Rev. ZoeUars resigned
from the Christian Univerty of Texas
to superintend this work. Although
there Is no direct significance that it
will be done, the board feels some
degree of surety that the new
university will be endowed by T. W.
Phillips of New Castle, Pa., a very
devoted member of the church and
who h -.s b >rne the expense in Rey.
Zoelars' work in promulgating the
At first the idea of just having a
bible s.-hool, but when the size of the
bids were known, it was decided that
an institution on a much larger scale
could be established and it was then
decided to make it a university,
planned somewhat after the Epworth
university in this city. The institu
tion will be divided into departments.
There will be a literary, music,
and art departments, and other addi-
tions will be made as it become*
We have in stock now, and shall
carry through; the year everything
that the student can possibly need
Children in the pirimajry grade
or Students in the Grammar and
High Schools will find! jjust what
they want here and, what is more
their money will go farther here,
for our prices are extremely low.
Lead Pencils,. Pfen Holders,
Pens, Erasures, Crayons, Rulers,
School Satchels. Book Straps,
The Model Grocery and
Is now located in its commodious nsvv quarters o.i tb
W^Sideof the Squue, thj roo-.ii fornsrly b
th* Henry Dry Goods Company.
If you are already trading with us> call and be introducvi
to our new location If not, call and see a complete line of
Clean. Wholesome Eatabler.
■Mt Dry? Store !:
"Afore Quality Abides"
N Side Square
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My beautiful home for sale for the
reason I have othrr property I want
to Improve in near future.
10 (> d 4 t*
Old Geronamo has discarded his
eighth wife and sent her back to the
wigwams of her people. His daugh-
ter Eva is keeping "teepee" for the
old savage now.
"Some grocets want you to take
something they claim just as good.
Don't be fooled by this old chestnuet;
insist on having what you want, "THE
ALTON GOODS." d2t
A ifew west Broadway property
owners met in the council chamber
last uight to take some action in re
gard to the paving ot the street,
what with, how wide ect ect.
action was taken.
cam now serve
you more satisfactorily
lhe Model Grocery & Mark et
W. T._OVERTON, Prop.
C'ttjj t Sjnhorns Tefts and Coffees.
Lhe quail shooting is approaching
when the tight between the farmer's
dogs and the hunters wi.l be resuuud
and a line of gun accidents will be
A tramp robbed a farmer by the
oarue of Jones, living near Pond
Creek, of $31 last Friday. Mr. Jones
wasout in the field, but the boy who
was working for him was at the
hnu:*e and hen tbe tramp asked him
if he could change a ten dollar bill
th- hoy re| lied that he could and
went into ti « houae and brought out
what money they had (931;) the
tramp jumped onto him, took tbe
money and left him bound and giged.
flrtt pufclltktd in the ware
Arnica of hearliif petition for" Probate of
ceased, thiton the IS0I1 day of September.
1901V A. F. SteolH ur-ducod and f lied In the
Probate Court of the County of Garf leld and
Territory of Oklah ma, an Instrument In
writing purporting to be th * last will and
testament of Susan Dresser deceased, ^ntl
alsof lied In said Court his petition praying
for the probate of said win and that Let-
ters Testamentary iHSue ther 'or to hlrn, A.
If. Steele the executor named In said wl I.
Pursuant to an ord- r of said .'ourt made on
the 19th day of September, 1QC6, notice 1
hereby given that Saturd iy the 1 tth d.iy of
October 1900 at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m of
bald day. that bring a day of the regular
September term 1WS0 of said court, has bee ti
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| Li. A. Faubioni
General House hold Furnishing
§ Store No. 914 Independence Ave. West side
Ijj W<> carry a laryfi stock of Furniture,, Qiqx>ts, Rugs, China ware, Tin
ware, Stoves and Ranges;
NEW AND SECOND HAND
Will exchange goods of all kinds.
We buy all kind of second hand goe«fc ami sell on the installment plan.
_ Our prices will please you d 4 w lma ,
| Phone 541 L. A. Faubion. Prop.
will do sometimes
But Not For
First Meeting of Equality Clab.
The Enid Equality Club meets
Thursday, Oct. 11 at 2.30 p. m. with
Mrs. Parks at 111"'Independence Aye.
Tbe National Equal SufTrace Asso-
ciation has sent Ida Portei Boyer to
Oklahoma,to be with.us until after the
Constitutional Convention, and there
will be other workers sent if we snow
sufficient interest to warrant their
coming. It is important that mem-
bers be present at this flrst meeting
of the year.
Mr. Miller, advance agent for the
Cosmopolitan Street Carnival com-
pany is in Enid arranging for tbe
visit of that popular company the
week of Oct. 29.
Mr, J. E. Shaw is now in charge ot
the Frisco round houses at Enid,
being transfered from Needasha,
Kansas, wh'ire he has held a like po-
Greatest tonic and strength pro-
ducing remedy ever offered suffering
humanity. Cure9 indigestion, con-
stipation, headache, stomach disord-
ers. That's what Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea does, Tea or tablets,
35 cents. The Owl Drug Store or Cor.
ry Pharmacy. *—* w
"If a candidate be corrupt, then
tefuse under any plea of party ex-
pediency, under any consideration, to
refrain from smiting him with the
• word of the Lord and of Gideon."—
President Roosevelt, Wander it
Teddy had his minds eye on Henry
Asp when be uttered tbe above
A Frost To Follow.
The Bryan Blaze.
Bryan came and Bred the Democ-
racy of the new state and now it
proposed to bring Vice President
Fairbanks, the iceburg, and cool eft
the political blaie. Fairbanks is
billed to be in Enid Oct. 23, but
neither the tightwads or sore heads
are the least bit cxcitcd oyer his
: No Druggy ;
* j^Oiir/drugs |have lost *
Ike Tens Wmder.
• Cares all kidney, bladder and| rheu-
matic troubles; sold by all druggists,
«r two aontbs treatment by nail for
2T Dr E. W. Hall, 2926, Olive st.
it. bonis Mo. Send fer testimonials.
1,22 4A w 12a
Mrs. Art Stephensen will enter-
tain the Ladies Aid society of the
Presbyterian church tomorrow, Thurs
day, afternoon at 2:30 at a "Coffee"
A rood attendance and a good social
time is expected. Everybody Invit-
ed. 10 10 d 1 t
El Reno, having missed the Chris,
tlan University, will now have
election called for the location of
csunty high school In their town.
appointed a*tli« time for hearing said pe-
tition and proving s lid will, at the Probate
Court room in Enid In .said county «f l ar-
f lold wh -n and where all persons Interested
may appear and contest the same.
In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto set
my hand and the Bealof said Prvioate court
this 19th day of September 190fl
JAMES B. OULLISON,
Is is time to be thinking about it
See The new Ideas at The
Vreeland Photos are the best East Sid* Squwre.
<? <r it ir 6 ☆ ii
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none of their) life . and ^
Every prescription we ^
, till contains the most4ac-
* tive and.Staudard drugs
it is possible to bny..
rir«t Publl«bed in tbe Dally
10th i'. 06.
To ft hom it Mat oomckui:
In compliance with the provltlons of
See, 3. Chapter ■. of tbe Station Laws ol
Oklahoma territory of the year
Notice 1* hereby given that Frank
litlderbrand tiled ou the 10th lay
of Oct. A, D. 1006 hit petition for a license
to sell at retail tnalt, splrlttiou* and vlnnuh
liquors on Lot 10, Block 'J7, 5th ward
in the Joneavllle addition t- trte
Olty of Hi)Id, (J&rtleld county, oklahoma
Territory and that unlets objection to the
■anu , us required by law, he Bled on or
before the and day of N>>v. A, IJ lWJfi, said
petition will be granted,
Knid, O.T.Oct. 10 IMO#.
A ttest:—\dEAL.) Applicant
J. F. I)anely, County clerk.
First published In the Wave Oct. 10, 1906.
Notice for Publication.
Territory ;of Oklahoma. Garfield County,
Before J. N. Jacobs a Justice of the Peace of
City of Enid, Township, Garfield
Said defendant Anna Wilson will take
notice that she has I wen sued In the above
named court for upon account and must
answer the petition filed therein by said
plaintiff on or before the 81 day of Oct. A.
I). 1906, or said petition will be taken as
true and a Judgment for said plaintiff In
Mild action for I2H.27 and costs of suit and
lu the attachment therein granted, w ill
be rendered accordingly.
J. S. .1ACOIIH,
Justice of the Peace.
MOOKK A MOOltK,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Phuat 225 fWtd SMs (
t). t). t). ^ t Q
Enid Transfer and Storage Co.
the world moves, and so do we,
We are the poople that do all the heavy and light hauling such as
Iron safes, machinery, building stone and steel. For Piajios
and Household Goods, we have
Padded Vans for Moving
Nine lock Rooms for storing Household Goods. Receivers and distri-
butors of freight in car load lots. We move everything
10 5tf from an Iron Safe to a Rubber Balloon.
Emerick & Sons, 701 Grand Ave.
Subscribe tot Ik Mill Wt
For furnace coal see Kaower Coal
Co. Phone 156.
V 13 dim
N w is the timejto buy your win-
ter's coal sec Knower Coal Co. Phane
156. # 1 dlni
Chamberlain's Csugh Remedy
Cures Colds. Croup ud Whooping (tough.
Highland Park Is just west.of Wav-
erly addition. You bad better see
Hudkins Realty Co. and get first
choice of the very ^desirable lots
which were placed on the market
Sept. 14th. .9 24 dlt
Dr. O. P. Ke mod lei
Physician and Surgeon.
OffHee front room over Oklahoma SUtU
Rank. Opposite Frantz Hvbel
PHONES—Residence 528 Union
Colls given special and prompt attention
Ft A. McVicker
•UCCKSSOR TO HARTZ & MGVICKEK
Livery, Feed And Sale
Special Attention to Boarding Iloises.
606-608-610-612 Grand Avenue.
RUSH & STEEN
The Peru Best Remedy For .Bncei Trouble.
Mr. M. F. Burroughs, an old and
wellknown resident of Bluff Urn, lad.,
says: "I regard Chamberlain's Colic
Chslera and Diarrhoea JRemedy as
the very best remedy for bowel trou
ble. I make this itaf tat aft«r
having u.ed tlie remkly In my family
for several years, I am never with-
out it." Tula remedy Is almost sure
to be needed before tbe summer is
over. Why not buy it now aod be
prepared tor such at emergency?
For sale by the Corry Phar«a*y
The Owl Drug St#re.|
Moore & Moore|
fflcas 8091 Grand Ave., • Eiid. F*ia
Robberts & Curran,[
Ovtr PUetfl* Jewelry St on
R A- Feild.Qj
PtiYSICIAS A\D SlRQEOy
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 11, 1906, newspaper, October 11, 1906; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112517/m1/7/: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.