The West Side Democrat. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 11, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 5, 1893 Page: 3 of 4
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The West Side Democrat, a "Hickory•' dub will soon
organized 1 ti tV in city.
Enid, O. T.,Tuesday,Dec. 5 W3. , ...
J. I). .Minion can write tour (ire
Entered at the postoltlce al Eultl, Oklahoma,
ua second-class mail matter
insurance and deliver you the pol-
: icy, in J5 minutes. 10tf
ADVERTISING BATES: Chief Uail is ail •' "';«ble
Oue Inch double eoltinin, per month, one <tol- mean;- to carry ; out the wishes
lar. Professional cards, 0110 dollar i cr month. (1f the city government.
Liberal discounts on large spaces and lone time.
I ,oe*l Advertising 14 cents per Una flrat Insertion Mayor Moore lias o in o ti line 1
and 6 cents per line lor each additional assertion to liis residence several ilavs lli-
week on account of sickness.
Trade continues jrood.
Subscribe for the Dkmockat.
The best liquors and cigars at the
Armour Brothers meals and iard
always on hand at Shelly & Sons.
Enid needs moro extensive hotel
Filing continues lively al the
.1. 1). Minton represents the North
western Mutual Eife ol Milwaukee.
Sam Allen of Kingfisher was in
the city Saturday.
A little of tlio boautilul snow on
Trains going south do nor curry
the mail on Sunday,
Councilman Mendenhall is in
Kansas City this week.
l.ook out for fire.
1'.. F. Mitchell went t
on business M.-inlay.
Kev. Joe Jones will open the
gospel batterks on the Guthrici'.c
The tail end of a noriher from
the plains of Manitoba swept ovei
this regfon Timrolmy.
The Hoard of Trade will grenlh
assist the council iu helping the
city to what she needs.
More than live hundi, il gobblers
lon't use IJe Witt's Kittle ' Early wero lobbied by the hungry Enid
Risers lur these little pi I Is will cure l>' • on Tiirnkso ning da \.
The bail ling formerly use I in-
the Probate (' .urt room v ill be re-
Enid, Pond C
If you can afford to be annot ■.
by sick headache and constipation
tliein.—Palneo Drug Store.
TheStit-rr is one of the few lvanos that are
graded.flrst-class ilrst grade
This office is constantly kept busy
turning out job work. We print
any thing from a beer check to a
The ordinance relative to the
running of trains through the cit\
should either be enforced or repeal-
modeled and converted into a nil.
Judge .lames returned from 1
Reno Saturday, wl.ero bo has been
tor several days attending District
Recorder Scales left for Kl Reno
on Wednesday evening to be gene
several days. Deputy Yollers is in
Shall we admit Oklahoma at
once into statehood or wait till
ngin- ! Congress and the Indians got read',
to let us in.
Shelly & Sun are headipiarters f.>r
all varieties of canned goods.
James \V. Maney, Chief
eer of the Em I and Perrv railroad
departed for Oa,aha Neb. in the in- \ t0|e#rra,.h linn will be estab
| terest. of that line on Tuesday. In ij8hed between this c
Tom and .Icny, Beef Tea and nil
hot drinks at the Colorado Ave. E
"After the Ball" the boys were
sleepy and the girls drowsy.
T. W. Wampler spent Sunday
with his family at Wellington Kan-
j talking with a i porter fi
Demockat* Mr. Maney expressed
himself as very confidant that sev-
eral very prominent railroad nen
of Omaha would take hold at once
and that construction would begin
within the next four months. It is
said that Mr. Maney will take
, , , , stock to the amount of one hundred
Attorney E.nera Wilson left for thousn||d t|(>|!a;s
Ft. Worth Texas on business bat-
All that liomsi v, < \perif nee and
UTd*y- ri ^kill can do to produce a porlect pill,
J. I). Milltou f«>r l ire, 1 ornado, }jtls been employed in making l)e
Life and Accident Insurance. 10tf Witt's Utile Karlv Riser The i e-
The county officcs ar« all com- - nli is a specific i r <\rl heiu!a<-S:, ,
fortably located in the Callahan ^'^ness and constipation.--Pal
building on E street.
ace 1 )rutr St. re.
Captain Snyder of the Enid Ileal th„ | i>ll(.u, :
Estate and Investment Co., has
been quite sick all week.
Tom and Jerry has many friend -
in Enid at present. Miss Anlieuscr
and Miss Budweiser will make the
city a visit early in the Spring.
Ail the ialk in the world will not ;u making tli ■ nc un stric: \ fi;si
CODVince you soquiukly tu one trialI olasu. At Oiiit) the Enid Orcho tra
of De Witt's Witch Ilazel Sslve for s(llrU,(|
building on the eye:: r.e- of til
was one ol || •• praiinest and lr.o-,1
extensive affairs of the 1 i.d ever
1 given in the lenito: *. The m-.n-
j agement showed lluir skill and
judgment r - did all the committees
pot w ithin the next sixty day
business men favor the project.
Benjamin Bird, the founder of
Bird City Kan-as, will arrive here
in a few days with several cars of
cattle, implement- etc. Ills fainih
will follow iu a short ti ne.
E. I'. Mitchell has this week
bought 28-lio.nl o! ~ year old mules
and ~7 head of Holstcin cow - to
st ck : p bis ranch, He has also
shipped to Ft. Worth, Tex., 13 cars
(if linn hav during the week.
l'he city bistile will soon loom
up on I". block Ti, work having it,
been commenced there >n yesterday
morning. Many : a evil doer must
lanenisli within its prison cells jinl
crt out in anguish that he did not
follow the sir .iIit and narrow path.
Mr. C. .1. 1 v lirburg, t!.*. fash
i nahle tailor of Enid ran cut and ■
lit \ ur cloth;i g to periec.ion. II"
keens the lai
What do yeii think ot the 1':
Congress eonvined in regular
Citv Stir\ yor Chas. Kin . h ft for
Denver, Col ., ja-t night.
Mayor Moore for the iir.-t time
during the week was present at hist
nights session ol the council.
County Attorney R. E. \v d i-
linsv these (la^' looking alter the
legal affairs of the county. lie
a \ aing man of good h- :d tra nine
and will guard the affair of 0 count;.
v ry carefully.
For the last few days the Enid
Eagle has devoted its entire spao
to matters that its Io-U -hip know-
nothing about. Hunter i- a nen
of greal imaginative power, so nuicli '
so we expect t-> li-'ar bin pre-
dict a Republican victory in the
city elections n,\t spring.
How vratchf.il is the Republican
of the peoples interests in Demo-
era lie ilays^ In ',!: • \ ■ ti." ■(•!,. .1,
controlled this country thev did . ,m . ,pul. n
nothing I ut tob the people of the ;in..ri ;;ull
United States to tint extent that all travn.miit
faith in them has died out. The p].Q j j,. ^,
, , last attempt v. as nuide b\ Minister i r(,n.,ri< ...
ity and the dt- j . . 1 , * , I teports ai
.... ; tevetis m trying to steel tlio r-ind
w:ch Island and run away with the
i Republican colored Queen.
E, ¥\ MIT1'HKLL5
Grain, Wood cine! Coal.
Your Patronage Solicited.
n j it - r - * >
; a i
nt cigars in
i on Palmer
;. ti. l onki.I N.
atioif. On the con rary
arc very careful how tliev
pi-, pics inoiiev.
C n:' V Steen £ ConkHny,
I rnciiro i i all
! i tori a I L'ourln.
n , i spi i .It \.
I IN1 !>,
S -ral ami Ter-
.ainl Offieo btisi-
The Pitlaco Dn.'i; 8tove it for line ci; ;n.
Road tin; commit-out rs j>roc«din ;iml r.i.il
out what'our commissio n:!** ure doln %
You can buy tfio stleff piutto on monthly or
Itevcnuo Colic -lor Charles IIowaril arrived
in tho cily yo tcrd e. morning from kl K 'no
We tl. fy anyone to read tli Tribune ;ud I'm
terprise tor one month anu tin-'ti • 11;«• ■ ■
Mr. t has. lhight. J. E. White and Ju i •
Perry and Misses Lottie and Olive Uright: ited
c.dd v 11, Kans, Monday#
■oping open barber shop on -und::y. Found
guilty and fined #1.0,) and costs.
All lovers ol a line piano should not fail to see
the VSt- ill" at K. W. l eauehamp's.
The contract i- r tlio tree'M ti f>f
tho 0 count \ eourt hou e will bo let
ni" r lint\ ( mnii '-i^iin ilid
Stories. It. will he erect.
([luiro and :li make a line
to the citv.
Enid - Bakery,
It I CIl! K & TV KE, PROPS.
iiH" m>, i'ii (.'aki:s. irrc.
l.'-t Sid;.* Main Street.
• >l"i h Land Office.
Of the 1,218 lo
iu this ci; v r.i'S
lion. r. ii.
t our Police
•x:i fat5.< r
a n I
) ung and
C-1 t U liOM \ 1
id his ll «). S
or &jq fe.
non "rs ndj ;ur
to nie t on tin
tuirv. Their \vc ri
Citiz mis of ()
in secnrinir a
n i idFul nf tin
E. R. En^
r 1110113 C!lt.lk iii.
VII i t
Give hint :
f County Comm>,
jd Tuesday evenie::
(ir t M >::day in Jan-
has lieen 1 ii
id busini s 1 iki .
,, , , , . ......... .... ...e :„"-.iiid march and fill-
scalds, liurne, oruses, smu iifTecliOiis t 1
and piles.— I'nlnco Druo Store. 'V ' 1 u '"P1" trlPPed tho li.-ht fan-
„ , i t .1-tic to the sweet strnins of music
A. 1. Wilcox whs appointed to.
, thut nuide tho old feel
fill the vacancy occasioned liy toe,
i lie \ <.11nsi: i 1 vouneer
death of Postmaster Patterson, mi ■ 1
... . .piel Hfrun;;i u In Mr, (.ro ker was
the 23d mst., and will receive bis
oneol the rem sum" and enj >\al<le
ootninission in a few days.
features ot tlio evenings en: ..rla:n-
Little vegetable health producers: in(Jnt >ni, u:is c.„,;ve|lej , . a ,
De Witt's Little Kurly Risers cure •
malarious d.sorters and regulate 1' ' ceiy. t
the stomach and bowels, which pre- young and tuilliant "bono Star"
vents headache and dizziness.— Pal- orator who plajed on the ininiifnl-
i ce l-)ruir Store, noss <-i all present AH enj ived
Frank H. Ilarrel will deliver you themselves and went awa\ hnppv
coal oil and gasoline at your rssi- wishing for another similar occasion- lory, are in the city and have
eleucti or place of business at th
u ti t v
board who are so
assisted by the
'Cap. Bond" • fa
1 caterer of the terri-
ilav r\euing. fie comes to the territor
business and to visit, 'nis son.
fieiii's don't l«*t the Kepul'iii .nis dictate
po i A UepiibHt'un tan't live lorg without
raising li- 1 or lioldir,.- ofll •.
1 resident Spdic r ot the hoard of trado de
out n : t Mond.'iy • ••nin;j:,.nd attend th 1 nicet-
It; 1: >; i -.w II.:'] for p •: mancnt o:; : :ii;'.r'
tlon. L *t tilt • 11 tnni out and lend as-
sisiance to the organization.
A copy ot the d lily Kagle < C this city v. ;:
fni d under ou ( <H r tills : nin:;. It con
; iii. 'I
in 0.0 I' style niul i intended to strike terror
toliemo. iti' «i. .dalrf in this cit) \ < un«:> r.
stai d copies have ln'OU sent to the rresldent Of
the United States and : < creta
1!:. t« rrl'ole results ««f the exj><
the Eugl'-- will pri l ably I «• th
resignation oi .111 ■ rnoerati.1
11 \ iivrnii
x turd ay
ted t<> ti
■t to entry
Tho i nut |
an ho made will :
:i:iitied lots will
:■ I:iry of the
tiiill will he madt.'
ii < ord !.-• t . hi.- i : ■: uctioi . Lot
claim:iiit should bear this in mind
and li i- without didnv.
letlrr v.us r •
M. i day of I
ur th<>r11\ :ti tlio town of Kind,
wrfto to worn \ m to rt m'.,v ■ thos
women • I had Alructer from y ■■
town or v.oo he unto you. \\ e hav
in ] i rtiu.t letto
I loralini. J'he
at tlio Register Patterson ontertanie..
same jiriee you can get il at the ' tv „( te„ distinguished gentle-
store. \\ ntcli for the wagon, "Hen at tho Xati \:d hotel in this
J. 1). Minton in the () county city Thiinlisyiving evening. There
l'.ank building for insuraneo of all was pi ' .-.I'lit, .1. \V. C. (.).
<'iianibers, Win. William;, I. ti.
One word describes il—1"perfee CunUling, Geo. I.aing, W. I). ( or-
tion." We refer to De Witt*sLelill J, JJ Dew
Witeh Hazel Salve, cures obstsnate
tioren, burnes, skin diseases and is a H- I. Lest, Or.
well known euro for piles.-—Palace Craig and II. \\. Patterson
Drug Store. party had just returned Ironi th
The democrats of th.s city should Statehood convent: m held at king-
organzie at once. There is impor- hsiier the ihiy previou wi. ue they
taut work to be done and nothing i '""l '"hi i" glowing would ' he in eds
but organization can bring about "fthisjrre.t ter. lory as to siate-
tho desired results. ,,00<|. 'I'hey had ruhbod up against
Mr. K. A. Beaucliamp, raanufao- illic Br®*te« orators, itatesineu and
.turing jeweler can be found at the sti,r K U re,• preMu,!, they had
Cherokee Pharmacy. Me inannfac- j hclHed to l'ul1 tl,e , :il f":,Ull'rs fri"n
tures everything the people want in j ,lie l,roud .^rl" illld
the jewelry line. His stock will |
soon he enlarged and will be the1
, . thaiikuriVtair and rejoicoine. To
most coinidete in the territory. , " •'
„ ... . " . eilt> drink and bo merry was llio ob
Chief Ball and eight deputies
returned home on the day set apart
by Grover and the Governor lor
ed a first cla-- fining | arlor an the
Xotth side of K street whero the
peoj le can order tiny thing they
want t i eat, day or night. When
hu: ,;ry go and s m till in.
Police Judge l'erry yesterday
entertained a party of fricn is at an
elegant dint or nt I'enn ck
t an rant on li street. Th
' I'0 was composed of Mr. and Mrs. I).
O. 11,11s, Mrs. Minnie Smoot and
M ; I.ottie Ilright,
K'insas, Mii-s Oiiv
Messrs. ( has. IJrig'it
and J udge Poery.
We are lnfurmed an off >rt will he
made to :-ei d a del gatiou of cili/eus
to «'.iit upon the directors o| the
Rock Island road at their next meet-
ing to he he hi in l he citv of Chicago IDE
I). I). TKMPLIi .V CO..
I ^ A WYKKS.
North of Land Office.
Will ; : >etice h foro the Interior
I1 pai nicut and Territorial Courts.
• >'.i V■ WIHTIXC, Lawyer, and t \ clerk
United hand Otllce.
' i . if. i.AlNc. deputy clerk of the (lis-
WHITING & I.AING,
[.■iw, l.<>an\ InsurauOe : :
: : and Ileal li state.
JOHN L. W1 i.INS,
. 1 TTOPxJ\ V1 '-.1T-LA II*
> >pp< site I' t Office.
Kl I. : : Ok la.
in , i ti e con: s and lit
I ii ■ "d : Iainds ()ffic(
J. !■;. Wlote
rr Q IT
T« i i iloiof'
< ouillj "
I ;i th" Probate
Austin can:: > .
Ann.' r. (Jams u.
To said A DHi '
i i ihom;i terrii'H
urt of sit: 1 county :u 1 terri-
MINNIE J. FiSH,
, /",/ himable Dress Maker,
and Expert Draper.
W,; .1 j ■ Na.v Y.lKft, M. nphia ar.d , t Sprin, «
North Ii. ir lary bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts.,
cut [tied ttc T'-
ti'!.', l i'.'iv. in-_ -;ii I
t l't ■ PI v 11, Illld %< !!
i ;u ;• hi-r.'l-- i tilM '-t t hit
Ill) :.I ." -I'.vcr ' ! C )
on • , i-efoit* ih<* i
ill \U> Cih. 11 . r< trne anl j-
: | . .y 1 !'• -r, ;«
w. I . 11 An v.
At! f r . : .
1\ ■/.] :o o:' Applicatio n.
Il .III ;t:'t Ol 111- Ir
I v . ,1. < • <>nn I h
T. I!'. W, LM TLKR,
L.fv and i ind Atton -i. Will
prai't e iu all the court and
an i the departuient at
i OKI iioiiiii.
took in the sights at Waukomis t lie
fore part nt the week. They relate
thrilling experiences and many hair
breadth escapes during the journey.,, , ,
1 had to wash it down when it eame
ject. Roast pig, turkey, fish, fruits
etc., were served by tho most expe-
rienced southern wai ,ts in true
on the 1 1 inst, and to :hcn and lln re
present to them the mutter of depot
lacation here. This ui'vo should
and undoubtedly will receive the
sanction and assistance of every bus
iness man in this eilv. Delio; pre
. dangerous, oentlemi e. act lit oik
i ' Dixie style. Of course the boys
I. - ... ' : An institution for tin
Ignorance of the merits
... . , . . i i of the sick in the shape ol hospital i ' ' '
, ... . . , lo giving- tonM; on statehood.
\\ ill's Little Early Ilisers is a mis- , , , , !.:•< been , , I lies < .
fortune. TheM little pills regulate " * P"°" ®P.°tt * *,Um and is called the Knitl Uusi.itnl PAPER.
the li\'er, cures btttdHcltc* dvspepsiu Kiiigfisliel spoet h its did
4; ; *i i i ' I'tiipany. 1 li''oIiiclts of tlm ron
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fit. i I'.ni t iu i I (
Not-co of Applicr-li n.
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ti, • ■ . In ;. o-.tnly < > in ' r; \.
\ ii-: ii ni.ill, spi i1 uiu'^ uidI vin i'H lltjuo: In
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Imtid ur lnd <• T. lu-o. Ian.
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J. W. HUFF
Attorney at L-.w.
lOilice in I'o-tOlii < IiiiiI• iinsr, Kuid.
At .orney-at- Law.
I' " land otTiee Rapid
I). Ah • ness bufore tim
1 ml department of
1 ho :, terior prompti y and ■ -ar«*fu 11v
'' inlet I : ( ; lTie ■ , | j osilc* U. S.
■e, K :: !, O .1. : 1)11111.
hud breath, constipation and bill in part theirs. Music and general
iousness. — Palace Drug .Store. merrymaking followed. .Mr. nud
Captain Hassler returned Friday Mrs. Mugeit had the Xaiionol dee
from an extended business journey
in the east, TheCapt. made Wash-
ington City a visit and as lie was
Iloke Smith's private secretary at
Atlanta, made that gentleman a
call giving him many pointers on
the strip opening and other matters
v( interest to the department,
orated and illuminated fir tho oc
casion in a manner h, lilting the
imparlance ol the event.
Wo could not improve the ipi.ilitv
if paid double the price. De Witt's
Witob Hktol Salve is tlia beat Salve
that experience can produce, ur that
money oan buv. I'ulace Drugstore
pany ar', J. Ii. McFurhind, I'res;
F. L. Noble, Secreiary and Dr. F.
li. Met lane, l'h\si.'i:,n in ehiige.
All the advniit.ge of ,, first eli- UNITED STATES
hospital i" tile treatment of every
inaliidv known to the .Medical | ro-
fession are fori isle d nil I ho niosi ,,, , , r , , ,
All km Is of nrkn'.vk'dgmei.ts
sk111fu 1 snrgeou* and liespiial atliui- lahen. Papers qtiiel.lv and accor-
dant* lire there to nlIny the siill r- ately drawn. Ofliee willi Kirkpat-
iug of the pntienls attending treat rick, tent just north of land olliee.
ment ill the institution. ENID, : OKI \.
. I.A U S,
R. M. BLAIR,
) STATES - -
JEXSJiX# LJ ll'N,
l i:- I door South Ci'ockeis 1! ,t 1.
Enid, O, T.
f\ c Kengle & Raizoj
| Vl Enid, O. T.
Physicians an '.! 3 .trgo.)ns.
Oni' '■ at Cher • iMviruiact.
I'ractie ■ in all t otirls.
Cor D & 2nd sts. Enid 0. T.
J. Gh Smith, M D.
1 rn; I! \ II use S;o:' n & I'll v -
an 1 >. Ine n,l I'! . well's I --
land llosi da ^oiv Vuri.'.
i);)' „■ ■ h Pali u :■ M midiieiur.
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Hensley, T. F. The West Side Democrat. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 11, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 5, 1893, newspaper, December 5, 1893; Enid, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc127608/m1/3/: accessed May 22, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.