The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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Tayne's Tonic Ye r*niflige
«^iVes rosy cheeks and active health to pale, sickly children**
And it is good for their elders, too.
Ask your druggist for it
THE ENID CANNING CO.
an assured enterprise.
The Factory To Bj Erected At
Once Id The Kennedy
Addition To Enid.
Coasistency is a Jewel
With the En d Wave.
Bow About the Eagle?
The Ninety Siith Meridiu
Coil Oil *ud G*« Company
Make* Good Showing.
The Ninety Sixth Meridan Coal. Oil
and Gas Company, who have nhtbie t .ecting A
(From the Guthrie Leader)
The Enid Eagle, R^puo'.ican paper
* - -h is against the organization, makes
... ,~r . ' tr-at "W* T"
•r >1 Democrats of Guthrie want Henry
A-p etecwd. ■ Then it say*: "The Dem-
ocrats of Guthrie are trying to work a
douine header. They think that by
they can best serve their
jcal piop«rty interests.
Officer*, Director* And Minajer
Selected. Thi* Miiai
Much For The
«gifc man they can fool the people
d make medicine against the Repu-
an-i cause several close
That is a sample of the rot being
di h<d up by a vena, railroad press. It
is not only rot; h s absolute, down-
, ., k and ras wdSe near Tulsa, is in a aeai aiw p* i*>rty ... «*—•
The Eagle has been devoting eonsd- the other districts as
«aWe .pace to C. H. Pittman. the frwnshing «®ditx^ From July 6th to - + . ...
democratic candidate in the 11th d^ October IT. 1906, the* «Jes order*
trict, irving to show hia inconsistency, show r. 6M.83 barrels taken by the
Why not give tome space to Hanr tank fee* For which they receive*
is Homer, voor repobl**. earxbdat* *15,773.72. The oU selling at from 39
and sho w hi* eooaiataney? Let the to 52 cents per barrel The output of
Eagle tell u about the time that he these weils would have been much larg-
_ j ' er the tank tinea been able to take «= — —.
f deputy county treasurer and run ., . The Democratt of
. - , u _ K ali the oil the Coropaav eouid produce- r^ht i*-s«l«oc>a
the office and was ri^rmwe for his _ , .iraiiist Asp to a man and
... j Darin* the month of August xhe run Gain. ^ ^ " h
part of the grafting irregularis and 1-n.g.nemot rote azainat him, The Detno-
... , , i . showed an output that if averaged for tr.ey w... vote -
rr.a<ie settlement for the shortage. a v^r wouM been about *4.000. crats are not trying to work a aoubU*
The Stockholm of the Enid Car.- t be report of the grand jury of Nov ^ ^ ^ of header. The fart is. under the present
aing Factory Co" met in tha Anbeiuser- j 1896. Ned Brown was foreman of U t ^ ^ ^ ^ Indun Terr.:orr. The iniquitous gerrymander the Democrats
Busch block yesterday and orgadued grand jury anc r^-.ed that rq « a^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ of Gothr5e are .im« ^weriess. Dem-
the company temporarily. Chai. remember, it tin now. *e think that ^ £an not elect Asp's oppon-
Kmg, J. D. King, f~: Begier. W. F. was the reason Ned fought Homer ao ^ T Goltry and en, OrviUe T. Smith They must have
Russell and C. H. Wilson were elected ,n the rep. convention. • ^ ^ ^ of hundreds of Republicans
Sncwn temporarily. Mr. W. P. j Let the Eagle tell M why Homer C. *. U< ray. oemg pr^ H tv.
When "Star" tomes your way
catch it! You couldn't get
your hands on a bitter chew if
you searched the country over.
"Star" plusrS' are lull 16 oz.
weight—and always have been.
t;Srar" quality is the ni; est—
Jd has been. And
Teddy Closing in
President Boosevelt has reorganized out by the -"rest, in Gu^e
2 . . * M♦ , . ■— ' ^ ^ o e. T"i, i i) Tri va LlV&«
who are also opposed to Asp. The
cankered and sorely beset e(fitor of the
Enid Eagle is ignorant of political con-
ditions in Oklahoma. He does not
know bow Mr. Asp secured his nemina-
t)on; neither does be know of the bunch
W1_, ,eiected as manager. more that B. F. Phillips farm was not hoWers.
The company purchased a triangle damaged by a railroad catting it from
piece of land in the Kennedy addition comer to comer; why he swore the
«n the comer of Ash and "th streets tame about John Daynes farm; why
aai adjoini-ig the Fnsco track where a swore the same about others Let
wie track is assurrei The factory -.he Eagie tell why Homer ndes on a
buildings will be erected at once and pass on the Frisco lines? If it is a fact rmmmi —> * , rjto intimidate and browbeat
the machinery will be placed in as rapid that he does; we have heard it is a fact, his cab ...<r - *.,d in sir.6 so TOtcra. If the independent Republicans
ty as powibie. The machUery will cost Let the Eagie teU us why Homer Oscar!- ?.raa«, a .emocrat o . ew will join with the Democrats
L,W . — - -r— - -- « S .-il!
Hub company is composed largely of ^ found in Garfield county to try H.
fanners who are directly interested in
still cost? yc i
most economical plug you
can buy. The wholesome,
waxy leaf in "Star is full-
bodied, sweet, juicy, yet
tender and elastic, and makes
a lasting chew, retaining its
substance until the last bit
of juice is chewed out of it.
150,000,000 ioc. fite"
In AU Stores
sart.e for the best chew made as it
is n^t only the best, but the
securing a ready market for fruit and
vegetables. Enid will gam in the em
fioymer.t of about twenty people during
the canning season. Farmers repre-
senting 700 acres of fruit have" taken
stuck and the bjsine ss of the company
H. Watkins, the citizen bank grafter
Let the Eagle teU us why Homer
showed anxiety to see that the parties
who looted the Citizens Bank should
escape trial here at home.
Let the Eigle tell us about his re- Vci >~t— —
ward in the Spencer case. These are an(j revived it again in 1893-4-5 and 6. cause
will be manage.! by farmers. ^ matters of public record that can be He murdered the democratic party pre-
TnU new Enii enterprise was pro- tnr tK. .™1H stand-
closer to democracy. In ^t Roosevelt defeated. Elected to the const.tutional
is the best republican democratic pres- convent*. Henry Asp will represe. ^
ident the democratic party ever had and railroad interests exc ^e!-
on the other hand Grover Cleveland was body in Guthrie kr*ws this fac, Drum-
... mond. of the Ea«le is a notorious liar,
the best democratic repubhean president lying MMl-'nllifyi K the Democrats 0f J-A. Alderson, .f Pond Creek, the
therepubicanse.er a. . ^ a Guthrie will not bolster up his democratic candidate in the 12th dis-
ver killed the repubhean party ,n 1892 ^ume ^ ^ rf ,
s county, says:—
J. A. Alderson
Of Stack ten.
The Grant County News in speaking
NOTICE 10 CONTRACTORS.
Sealf* bids will be received by A
A. Crowell Architect at hi# office
untill 6 p. m. Saturday Nov 3rd 190#
for the construction of a five story
oSce building to be erected for Mr.
i A. E Stephenson.
1 Plans can be procured at the office
! of the A rchitect
■toted oy. Mr. Jessie
- - was pro- ■ . i . J. A Alderson is making as thorough
Siswcrth and shown from the records of our courts, paring the country for the .gold stand- H. H. Gray, o£Chickasha was in .. acamrgMofthe dlB3.lct ^ p^ible.
~ " ■" Ll:" ard. qty yesterday on business. candidates should have been given
more time to canvass and get aagiaint-
the . .
. n.. n .ju Then let the Eagle tell us .'bout his
others reprc^enunj tne Chicago BuiW- _ .
_ . „ record with the A, 0. U. W. society.
W Sl Manufacturing Co. who pro- , _ .
.. ... 1 tT, „ Here is plenty of matter for the Eagle
mote and build cannmj fac tones from „ ... ,
to keep busy for some time. Publish
Maine to California. UJ H 1 , „
... . . . 1 his record just the record. You wont
The company will not be incorporated nlB ™sc«™,
and permanently organised until the need U, make any comment but you
tmttorj is built and accepted from the « offer all the^apology you like. De-
• * fend your candidate if you can. Let
Chicago Co. The next meeting of th*r i '
, r . him explain for himself if he thinks an
gtockfaoWer^ will occur in the C ty mm expia
„ . 4 . .. explanation necessary. He has been
Hail November 2nd. A large at ten- V
, . , . . at thU consistent in these things. Tell us if
dance of farmers is desired at tnis
How About Districting.
The City of Enid as the first city of
the Cherokee strip desires the Judicial
district in which it will be placed so
formed as to make this city the home
of the Judge. Judge Moore is up to
snuff in these premises, but who knows
dance of farmer. U desired at this — — ; . whether Mr. Eastman has ever taken
meeting as vegetable seed will be dis- there has ever been any thing n his . ^ mind from con8titution,l prohib.-
, . . .. life inconsistent with these records. ^ \nnf9 or>oncrh tn pver crive this im-
tributed to thuse who desire it.
•ti We would be glad to find some incon-
The Enii Canning factory will un- ^ u wouW improve Homer's
doubtedly be. great success and one o Yesye3_M, Pete and Mr.
the most valued esta is mthth C. O. D. let your light shine on your
republican candidate. You have not
| offered a whole souled reason why he
should be elected. The Wave dislikes
I to show up the beauties and consisten-
I cies of your candidate; it is clearly
The rank republican prohibitionsts yOUr (juty to do so. Show him up. Ex-
aav Mr. Pittman has deserted the pro- j . jn a his record or defend it if
* . 1 1 1 ttr. ~.!ll tnlra f aro r T M r_
hibition cause. The saloon element ^ ^
gay Mr. Pittman is too much of a pro ' ^ may bring against him. Stand up
hibitionist. The facts are Mr. Pittman ^f^^^^U^usy^w
is a democrat and as the cardinal pnnci- ,n _ _ '■
pie of democracy is based on "the peo- j
E. Petersmeyer; is assisting in
Cbrry Pharmacy this week while
Carry has been away from hoaie.
L«w One laj C*l*iist Kates
To California Asd the Northwsst
Neither Bob Autocrat or Hll Mort-
gage plays any part in Enid and our
an to cars have not run over anybody.
tion long enaugh to ever give this
portant matter a passing thought. It
must be remembered that it will be the
duty of the constitutional convention to
form the judicial and legislative dis
tricts. There is a whole lot of civic
rightousness in a fair deal in these im-
portant matters. How does Eastman
Harry Horner never has been a regu-
lar standing ji*or, but he kas been a
regular standing witness before the
Senator J. H. Decker, of Pond
Creek, was in Enid today, being com-
pelled to remain here until the evening
train in. order to reach his home.
4 ... Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Libby, and Mr.
pie shall rule" princ.ply, he is not will- ^ ^ & £ Qf E, Ren0> and
ing for prohibition to become apart of Mr andMra F j Gcntry, 0f Pond
the organic law of the new state with who have ^ guests at the
out the consent of the people expressed Cook,ing Houie Pwty BinCe last Sat-
al the ballot box, separate and apart deparUd for their home8 this
from other secUons of the constitution Mr9. j. W. Light, of Klng-
upon which all the people are agreed.
Mr. Pittman stands on the old Amer-
ican "square deal" way of settleing all
such questions and this principle is what
makes him desirable timber to assist in
framing a constitution. His party does
not favor snap judgement neither does
Mind you, Now.
Mind the Wave's prediction:—Both
Eastman and Horner will be defeated.
The Wave only missed one prediction
within the last two years. It predict-
ed the failure of the statehood bill for
the reason that it did not believe the
democrats in congress were strong
enough to force the republicans to
pass the bill, but with the assistance
of the Wave the democrats
made the republican "Cannon
ashamed of itself and it quit firing at
man, Kansas, will remain a few days.
The car repair men on the D. E.,4 G
railroad are kept quite buay now.
To succeed ihese diys you
must have plenty of grit, cour-
age, strength. How is it with
the children? Are they thin,
pale, delicate? Do not forget
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. ^ou
know it makes the blood pure
and rich, and builds up the
general health in every way.
ti,. Ih.wI. •" m Pr-'P*"""!1!!0,0...,,..
r^ct IDT C«>n«
duaet 01 Aj«r
Id Miller la JaiUgain.
Ed Miller who was brought back
from Kansas some time ago charged
with obtaining money under false 'pre-
tense, having too many wives, etc.,
etc,, and who was out of jail under
bond was arrested and jailed yesterday
afternoon charged with attempting to
rape Miss Luella Davis at her home
four miles south west of Enid, Monday
afternoon last. Since released from
jail, under bond, Miller, has been em-
ployed by Perry B. Lincoln in his meat
market as a cattle buyer. It was while
he was out buying cattle that he was
charged with assaulting Miss Davis.
The time for the preliminary hearing
has not been set.
Bread dinner Valnes.
In awarding damages to a father who
had lost a son and daughter in a street
railway accident a Newark judge set
the boy's value at $6,000 and the girls
at $3,000. "A woman may become a
bread-winner," he said a man must be
one. This paper could show him quite
a number who are not.
Mrs. U. G. Parker of Alva who has
been visiting among her many friends
in Enid for the past ten days returned
home today. Her husband coming for
her in their automobile.
None of the sufferers from the graf-
ting of the funds of the Citizens bank
would vote for Harry Horner if they
knew his energy in behalf of the guilty
parties. Go over to the court house
and look over the records touching the
... wria ««• ••• f«
* br j. 0. at«' "«■• t"«".
Ai o naonfMlumi or
Wl hav* no oeroU I W* ptiblUh
the fornalw of all our wdteta—.
ed, as the districts ara quite large when
it comes to getting acquainted with
everybody. Mr. Alderson is going
every day and making a good impres-
sion with everyone he meets. The work
devolving npon him aa Secretary of the
Oklahoma Improved Stock Breeders
Association and the training he has
received as a farmer makes of him a
stock farm enthusiast, which the far
mers discover is genaine when they
meet him. The elec tion of J. A. Alder
son to represent the 12th district in the
constitutional convention will insure
the great and growing live stock inter-
ests of the state an earnest and capable
representative. There is no one stum-
bling block in the way of our live
stock industry greater than the unequal
freight rates imposed on us by the rail-
roads. The stock industries have made
much progress in the past, but it was
against odds that have always discour-
aged the industries, and at times
threatened to well nigh run them. If
the stock men want a friend in the con-
vention they should vote for Mr. Alder
son, who made the live stock interests
of the people a study long before the
12th district took shape, even in the
minds of the men who created it.
The Frisco will |sell Second -ClaBt
Colonist tickets to points in Califor-
nia at the low r?te of #25. Compar-
atively as low rates to points inlMon-
taaa, Idaho, Utah, Washington, Ore-
gon and British Columbia.
Tickets on sale daily until October
31st. For loll particulars see the
Frisco Agent or address
F. E. CLARK
Division Pass Agent
Prepare for Harvesting
Just time to uet your repair
work done before harvesting
GET ONE OF OUR J-
The output of sardines on the Maine
coast is likely to be increased from 900,
000 cans in 1893 to 2,000,000 cans this
year, in consequence of the introduction
of a new canning machine.
Mr. and Mr*. Grimes Sproat, of Hun-
ter, Sundayed in Enid.
best made, and
considered, I the
The books for tne 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 openei
at the office of tte City Clerk on
Wednesday, September 26th, 1906 and
rema n open thirty days.
All persou* wnodu ire to vote at
said election mast registers.
9 18 dl2t
Mrs. Louis J. Tourtellot ami daugh-
ter, Harriet Lucy, of Anemoea, Iowa,
are visiting witn S. W. Johnson and
family. Raymond Johnson, met thenv
in Kansas City and aceompadied tbenv
h«re arriving Saturday e.vemng..
n Telegraphy, t tbe Anthony Commercial
Cfcllege and Uv School. The b^st In the
14 departments; 7 Instructors. Time
to finish 18 to 1 weeks. Our students are
writing Shorthand In 6 weeks. Entire cost
t.' Knter any time. Catalog free. \\ . A.
Gulledge. A. M.. LL. B.. Anthony, Kan.
When writing mention Thk Wave.
The Opera House was crowded last
night to witness that popular drama
entitled "Under Southern Skies." The
female end of the play is rather giddy
but otherwise interesting.
Billy Hurst is offering a silver cup to
the New York paper that can produce
the handsomest lie. If Billy would in-
clude Enid it would be a neck and neck
race between the republican papers as
to which one would win it.
For goodness sake don't bring vice
President Icebanks into Oklahoma
again accompanied by a killing frost.
We would rather conceed the constitu-
tional convention to the republicans
than enJure another Icebank chill.
done so is evi-
denced by a long
list of satisfied
faces are jon ex-
hibition at the
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1906, newspaper, November 1, 1906; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112520/m1/4/: accessed March 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.