The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 18, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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--- - - - — " ooiiwwo ai wats Fair Enid, (iarfibi.u county, oklahoma and democracy.
rr WAVES, SURGES. roahs reaches out ,nd REBOUNDING, ASBOMia.bkn
Enid, Oklahoma. Thursday, October 18, iqo6
Vol 13 No. 42
Statistical Review Of
| WE ARE OVER STOCKED ;
For a nice
Dress orwork Shoe Trunk
Suit case orTraveling bag
Alexander & Bowman Sho* Co. I
All New Goods. Price Marked in l'lain.Ftgures. §
1 HALF MILLION BANK
The Largest Capital, Largest Number of Home Stockholders.
The assets of this bank considerably exceed a half mihon dol-
ars, as shown by the following statement of Sept. 5, 1806.
Cash & Sight ex.... $143,862.30
Bonds and Prem.... 1^,868.19
Loans & Discounts.. 253,594.57
Warrants ••• 32,033.68
Furniture & Fixtures 5,000.00
Capital stock $100,000.00
We have set a new stake and are just as anxious to increase
the volume of our business** ^very business
sr ^housL*per and
S. T. Alton
M. M. Callaway.
W. E, Cogdal.
John f urran.
C. E. Gannon.
W. U. King
J. E. IwcCnrlsty
.). IJ Minton
C. E. Mehew
m F H Letson ■ -
I EN'D NATIONAL BANK.
J. U. Roberts
B. L. Robinson*"
A. E Stephenson
ilenn A Walters
E B. Weatherly
FOR fl TRIP
North andEast TakeThe
El. (iov.A. M. Duckery tihibits lhc
tffecls uf Democratic^ Rule for
30 Years lo Missouri.
Ex-Oov. A. \1. Dockeryin a speech
at Cofteeburg, Mo., ast Tuesday, in
patt, spoke of s uie of the achieve
ments of vtie De mocratic party in
Missouri since t came ino power in
D. mocrauc i.ffler Is have disbursed
m re tbao tlUO Oli> ,0 0 wiibout a doi
lar loss, pmd mor than -40,. 0i ,0 0
principal and merest el ttie railroad
debt corruptly e nta led by a republi-
can ad«uii.str,, > iou; br*ugbt the tax
rate dvwn lu.m 50 • envs to 17 cent®
an l be #100 valuation,<tn lowest raie
ot a«v siau ; removed the burdens in
part from leal anrt ^personal pio^T
ty omd laid toe in <•« 'beer, an article
«J luxury, alie.id-y having collocleu
t o and a quarter millions revenue
ifcom tbis soure'ti" multiplied "State
inst.tutious fr<«i eigbt tet iwenty
(Jour; bu: it up t6v'Siate Sclai«jl fund
Tbe mammoth proboscidian mon
sters, said to be the two most costly
elephants in the world, will be with
the Forepaugh-Sells menagerie,
Monday next. They are of tbe giant
mastodon species, huge tusked, with
enormous umbrella ears, rivalling in
immensity of weight and In appear-
ance the curioue pictured mammoth
if past ages.
One of the interesting sights inci-
dent to the unloading of a circus
train Is the performance of the two
matimoths in getting out ef their
The other elephants In this re-
markable herd of 25 rare specimens
of Asiatic and Afric n origin in va-
cating their travelling compartments
walk down a heavy gang-plank that
inclines from the car d nor down to
ttie ground. Tbe car doors are ten
feet high, «h'ch of court.!* makes
tbe v ig elephants 9toivp to get through
as they step out upon the descending
plank. The two tr/arowotlts are no
tall and so wide, bvweve'r, that tbe}
canr.ot •get out of tbe caT dcor untill
the g*<rcg-~plan>k is taken away . They
therefore, calmly wait until wf.I of
ttiedtttravelling mate1® tiave "Walked
the.-plank," aad are grouped tnsrether
«uittng tbe coming'ol their leaders.
On Small Instruments!
Until October 1st, 25 per cent, off the regular marked price.C3
• Violins >4 00 and up Guitars $3.00 and up S
Mandolins $3.00 and up-
5 Don't forget the bargain, in New White 8;*"* Marine., 1
J Hand Organs, almost as good as new, from $10 up. ^
; ASHER & JACOBUS *;
: w«SW S,.T., c:"':
Repubiicau neaiiagemeB* lo awtr
$100,000,«*Mt; nicr. a«d t'*«' distribu-
tion if toe 4 tate r■ vctwb from i we
uurth to ®>: third to -.Hintam Me fe<.t abr,e tlr. tie9 o( tlkt. roadwaT
public SCIU'tltJ Clinvert(d all ttle ...es ^ . ..u^_ r,^, thpnx fir.MIl
of stale <Jtt.cja s and ttoe interest on
State awne into ih pnatilic treasury
and has never diverted- my paiti of
tbe scfatwO ranoney t« a lawfull use
R. C Mills Agent.
K SUING SINK ACCIDENT. j
A section of tbe scats for \hc use
of spectators at the People's Skating
rink, 'the big tent" was crowded
Saturday night and gave way, falling
with a crash and injuring several
ladies slightly, one of whom whs
tak^n home in a cah. Of course,
every body Vin said Beats were scared
to a screaming pitch and it was
thougbttLat many were badly hurt.
Tbe seats were built i n the circus
plan, set up on trestles, hut the
grouar.l being t-oft on the south s de
of the trestle sank in tilting the
from *1,500 DOW Jo M,500,000, the larg- ^ n ^ thal the two lnonslers get
est of any Aa^ican State; .increased L )w|^ ^ pr(m that t(r,y i[now
the annual («;r>cap.ta schj««/ distrlbu-|l ^ MQ ahwut the ion o'
tion IroJilS i*nt t.HM: listed ^prebie(B4. They drop
the asse sauaea' i oi r lireia« propertf j ^ ^ ^ wttR,f!,„s lhetl
frotDooihiif. it 'under tiae . , .
Medium High Heel
V.tJicl Reproduction ol U*w Style Shoe.
Ladies, have you seen
the Queen Quality $5 *>
TO CAUMINU 4NB RETURN. ftucker's D^pt. Store
Tbe "Kr'mco" beginning w tb Sept. 1.0 5tNU AWAY FOR A ^ 1FE.
3 and cont:i'nuint> daily till Sept 14th
grerft boiies forward, slowly manage
to get ifceir frwt feetwii and upon
The i6 or of'Ehe car is about five
-ill sell nourd trip ticsetb to L
Angeles and San f'rancisco Cailf.
with fl«al return lioiii of Oct. 31st at
the low irate ot *5*1
Liberal stop overs.
For tiiill particiulars see the Frisco
age nt «ar swidres-
V e. CLAHK,
Division Pass Agt.
as was «4 ><e by the Rr+iuulncaiE .par-
Do not send away for a wife or a
husband—in other words do not pa-
tron e matrimonial buieaus.
Chicago police have closed up 04 ot
th. -e meecas tor lovelorn men and
idt n who cann t tie suited with tbe
Somet'.imes a uierctiiiit se-H'lt poor
goods because i e doas rot any
better. Protect \ourself asaiiiMt tbis
kind o1 a «nerchant ny uscung*" fHK
ALTON GOODS " -it
but t'hii* dnet not kef t> them frenn
[ reacmiiis*g the s'11 id fouofiaition of the
earth withoot mishap wir tryin>g<Seila?.
Oj ce itheir fore feel are o« file
ground' thtM draw thdiir bodiini f r-
waTd, .aWowing their bind leg* to<iir <i;
aiong tehej: ar floor. His this way tbey
ame «® n aide to get 'tile bind foot
wot fiBid tiben the re«t w easy. Tbev
act a* if e iey took <nw«e or .less l^ide
)in trtisi teat, and «oon a« it is
a^dawveu, tbey begi« to tr«iia«>et ai.d
watr iht'ir trunks with ait emerogy
that be f eaks deep seated natisfae^
If yoow.E; t the nest caat, iwwut, no ti„*. line waiting groii(j of eilephanV,
chitick.t i-.ibuj Ui dhi City Lumy gwt tbU signal ot their leaders witb
Cannon M.ty Eg. . Car,,non City Nut arltfjjTecSve display of their own and
at Knowcw'Coal Co Phoive lifts. t>egin iM> ample In a circle, witb the
8.13d 1 m hurried ait that makes their ring
performance both asiouishirag .and
It is'undoubted and undisputed by any competent judge
of furnace fuel that
Gen tti in e
cz < > i <. t
Tbey co*t a little mon?. liK
are tuoitb a gieat de I aj<jre.
ALTON GOUDS.' Tte llold oand will furnish o.usfc
' -- attneJfriid okatiug rink all this
uilii.iie of week.
L. A. Va-uiiisn cai i i >
allsizes of im-a aid
heating stoves. Large
•select from. Itigbarg.
--iirtd— nt to
|< ,5 dJivrlm
DO VOU NEE8 A ST1MIUM?
If uot Don't like It.
ffyou do Tnkf Pell; of Mil bun.
I AOLfc B\U
Frantz Lumber Company
Lumber. Lime, Brick,'Cement and All Kinds ^BuUd'ng
SECOND-HAND JOODS Bo.ght and Sold.
913 East Monroe* Ave.
a A CROW ELL
' a vtiKect. 1119 Broadway; opposite Wavb Office.
Plans and Estimates furnished on short notice.
FARMS FOR SALE By L. D. Baker.
b AitiVlO r ^ ,em for sale all over tbt county, farms of all kind
Enid, tiieciric & li jsCo. Wi.it
Natural G;is Franchise.
Mr. It. (1. Hunt, of Chicago, rep-
rere ting ill. M. Uylle'>b , the owner
of in Eaxi E ectric & <..js i n s ock,
was in : e city too y lor ihe p'ir
f having a natural gas frail
^o introduced to the
^King for a na ural gas
hrough the citv. Mr,
lor cleanliness econemp and general satisfaction EX ELLS
any ether furnace fuel known
Dent IWe Dont Theorise Iff, II now
Order to-day as present prices are exceptiod lly low $6.oo
per Ton delivered \ I'elephone 65.
Enid Electric & Gas Company.
s y* ']ie cum pany h,
o aaUirai.^'in and owin^' t
ct th^t a n . turaI ^.if pipe lin
(Ifflcc'.'wood building, Upstairs
Ottv Bus Carriage and Transfer Line
THE SHOE MAN.
As the years worst walking season
approaches Our Shoes step into promi
„ „ _ pvnn Telephone calU for bui, carriage, or trunk traa s 1 f 1 O
fW wag^BUp" p*ly|,LUeBa 10ln plenty of tlme 10 reacB * ® *
ood 1 e
wou d ruin the uwiness of the com
pi ny B.maniilacturint gas plant In
thla city, it sh uld have the naiurai
i, as franchise
U'ounas, Uruista mid burns,
By applying an antiseptic dressing
towouiids, biuises, Durn< and line in
jurus Oe ore iiitlamation sets 1 ', t .ey
maybe healed without matui.itlon
and in about 0111 third the line ic
quired bv the old treatment Tbis
is tne greatest discovery and irluuipti
of modern sujgery. t hambeilaln's
lJain Balm acts on this same prtnei-
p e. It is antiseptic and when ap
plied to such causes them to he I
very quicklv. It is also allays tin
pain and soreness and prevents any
danger of blood poiso lug. Keep a
bottle of Pain Balm in your borne
and it will sive you time and money,
not to mention tbe Inconvenience
and suffering- such injuries entail.
For sale bv the Owl Drug Store and
A PLEASED CUSTOMER
ALWAYS COMES BACK
We Try To Please All Our Trade.
All kinds of Fresh Fruit, Fresh Grociers .mil V getabl s. Have von seen
our line <uf 'Amethyst" inamel ware? Yours to 1'lease
C. T. Wallace & Sons
Successors to Wallace'A Harriott.
Enid Ok ahom a 1110 MonroeSt
w. GI\' l_T \ 1 M.
Successor to Kandelsl efe Grubb'
, How are you? BueyV Well so are we, but never got se
* busy tnat we cant answer the l'hone, so lust call ut> ui
J and give us your order for
heed. Coal, Seed, Flour, etc
It will be promptly tilled and "satisfaction guaranteeu
hto npi Delivery. ^um.v.sa>. <az«u — - L'hone ISr. J
Snuthemr Corner >>/ Si/o«re
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 18, 1906, newspaper, October 18, 1906; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112518/m1/1/: accessed October 30, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.