The Wave-Democrat (Enid, Okla), Vol. 1, No. 65, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 30, 1910 Page: 2 of 4
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EDITORS ARE SAYING ! WANT 5
who put the li
than It l | T
rune who know
in Washington seem
ml in the question of
ut Taft tun lust until
• insurgent elegants
t rouble In Cannon's
as killed «t a punluh-
un omen of what may
Mil ttlHl I M MM-, \ntll. HO,
A>\OIM I >11 NTS.
Leslie P. Rosa.
Dr. Frank P. Davis, Enid.
Swau C. Burnette
Geo. D. Key.
For Congress First District.
I hereby announce that I am a
candidate foir congress from the First
district subject to the approval of the
democratic voters at the primaries
JAMES KI UK WOOD.
it la the use to worry over
<•? You will get through uome
The world Is full of It and
or the people slide around it
•way or another. In foot, It
Hi n life time.
I he corporations bribe and brow
llw people or Oklahoma Into
It against their own Interest.' '
lou't believe it 'but this is a
Ion ever yinun will have to an-
ror blmseif a u IVoo-born Amer-
l>r. Frank I'. Davis of Enid, candidate
for lieutenant governor of Oklaho-
ma, spent Wednesday in this city,
meeting the voters nnd presenting his
claims for their support. The doctor
Inw a very pleasing appearance and
has that countenance that woulkl> en-
able hliu to make good.— Holdenville
The State Prcwa ashoolntion will
meet :,t HJnld on May 20-21. An im-
mense < rowd is ipredlcted. IHillli-
c la net from both sides will 'be look-
ing after their fences Enid—the
queen city of the west side, has ev-
i \\ arrangement already inatdie to en_
terlaJn the wlelders of editorial pen*
ells. Perry Sentinel.
Mil Ol It KkE\ MUIV
The ferocity of the war in progre
between the Turks and the Albania
can only be imagined from the me
#.«• reports which hive so far rear
ed the outside world. Interferon
by the |K>wers Is next in order, wi
all the Komiilications which that m
bring ubout. The Albanian an
corps, one of the strongest In t
army of the Sultan, leidi the way In I
the Insurrection which resulted in
the deposition of Alxiill lltbinid- The\ |
weire then promised reforms whh !•
his successor lias already found im-
possible to carry out in the face of
the condition of the Turkish amplei i
which has not been doing mueh but
promising things for the last half cen-
tury. That an end must <*onie before
many yearfe to the existence of sue!,
a government has ibeen obvious for
some time. European diplomacy Is
chiefly <*>nicer<ned with bringing about
such a division of the Turkish terri-
tory as may prevent a general war.
It is the difficulty of arriving at a
solution of this problem which has
delayed the overthrow of the Otlo-
main« for many years, but the pro-
cess of disintegration continues, and,
again, the critical time a—eerns to
have been reached when the nrMat
nations of Europe will be ealleM ua-
on to decide tho fate of Turkey and
jadminister upon the estate. The soon-
er it is done the 'better It will be
for the Jnlereats of ihuuiwulty
Mlllt I ROOMS.
OFFICE ROOMS - Second floor over
Peerless drug store will be re-
modeled for office rooms about May
I si Apply lterless Drug Co., tele-
ed along throu
B—Only Democratic paper
lxjgan county, Oklahoma, outside
f Outline. Good six-column quasto
ilant with steiim power. Price $1,-
>00 Half east, balance terms to
Milt. E. J. Gamer, Coyle, Okla
est mining t
Munielpal ownership of
sprinkler is working all
people are getting good *
democratic party is
party of Oklahoma.
* Men to learn barber t^ade
<o furnished by free work,
instructions by experts,
eeks completes, tools given,
ecu red. Expcriouce in shops
completing. Catalogue madl-
le. Moler Durbe* College,
WANTED A good girl for general
house work. Mrs. F. II. l<etson,
4J0 West Pine street.
'OR SALE—Jewel gasoline range, 3
'burners, cast iron top. Almost uew.
W. M. Stark,
ah*ays look the best when there are
tMHid teeth to be shown iu the smile.
And the sweetest mouth looks iutl-
uilcly sweeter when there ure pearly
teeth peeping from within. My busl.
iicss Is to preserve good teeth and
restore bad ones to their natural
use and efficiency. If I do your Den-
ial work, you will never be ashamed
lo smile or to show your teeth.
l.i«c me one Irial, anyhow, and that
will prove my claim.
Four Front Rooms Over Owl Drug
1105 West Ran-
If you are a TEA drinker, a
THE ALTON GOODS Ceylon T
BITTEN BY LEOPARD
t'lT." ate for Sheriff.
Dr. Frank P. 'Davis of Enid ha
announced himself us a candidate
for the nomination of lleutenen'.
governor, subject, to the d«Hislon of
^ The Wav l W wrthorlM^ j primary I"' Kiivln ik'ioitor
to announce name ot James D. ;uf j),,. oklahoma PhynMan
Shepard as a candidate for sheriff
of Garfield couuty MDjeot to the
Democratic primary In August.
With the exception of an accldeat
to the man who performs with the
six loopurds in the trained animal
show, the carnival imssed off without
mishap «o fair this week. To-
nkght'a performance will wind up the
week of carnival In Enid. During the
third lierfortnance, three performanc-
es being necesairy to nccomma.lato
the large crowds last evening, while
Henr Schweitzer was performing the
act with the six leopards, termed
the "Leopards' Feast," he reached
that part of the act where he fwnts
the leopards from the naked hand
and Hps. Julia, a large ferfale, who
had been acting very ibadljj all day,
and was extremely ugly (Wiring ihe
■u vfr. "Mnee, grabbed th«*f left hand
poses no negroe
©lty offices, it has no negroes as
secretaries of county or cougresslon- :
a! conmnitteee, or a« mnnagers of the I
jiurty which caters to and solicits
the negro votes, which elevates them ^
to jwsltions of trust In the manage-
ment of county, city and state at i
fairs. There are striking examples
[in republican counties in Oklahoma
which prove this contention. In one !
of tin* most (prominent counties of j
the First congressional district 'a
negi*o Is mow chairman of the board j
I of county commissioners. Another Is j
member of the school bonrd. An- j
other i& secretary of the republican
mgressional committee of the See- j
ong congresuslonai district. Do the j
white people of Oklahoma want ;i re-
turn to the conditions which existed
In territorial days when a negro or
cupied the position of deputy terri-
torial auditor and might be seen at
any time iu the state capltol dictat-
ing letters to white gi-rl stenograph-
ers? Do the people want negroes
elevated to state positions? Not
much. Oklahomans believe In u whit'1
nianfa government an<d they believe
In the party that gives them that
kjli^I of govern m(ent.—(Manchester
;ANTED—An energetic young man
to take position as traveling sales-
man. Cull on A O. Wllllngham.
Grand Avenue hotel.
We are author I red to announce the
name of James Fenlon as a can-
didate for the office of sheriff ot
(fairfield county, subject to the Dem-
ocratic primary 6m August.
We are autiborfsed to announce ,jhe
dame of J. J. Dames of Lincoln
tOWOflhip a3 iu, candidate for the offict
of SherUff trf Garfield county, sub-
ject to the Democrat primaries In
Candidate for County Treasurer
The Wave-Democrat Is authorized
lo announce the uame of S. D. (Sam)
Myers, known as the shorthorn cattle
breeder of Garfield county aa a can-
didate for the office of county treas-
urer subject to the Democratic prim-
ary in August.
The Wave-Democrat is authorized
to announce the candidacy of C. \N
Smith as a candidate for the re
nomination of county treasurer <
Garfield county subject to Demo-
cratic primary In August.
We are authorized to announce the
Lame of 11. C. Jayne as a candidate
for the office of county commissioner
of the Second district of Garfield
'ounty, subject to tho Democratic
primary in August.
We are authorized to announce the
name of Abe Mohew us a candidate
for the offico of county commissioner
of the First district of Garfield
county, subject to tho Democratic
primary in Augu t.
Edmond U. Weatheaiy announces
Ms candidacy for treasurer of Gar-
field county, subject to the action
of the Republican primaries on
Journal of the state (board of medical
examiners, also Secretary of the
Miiird and a member of the Oklahoma
State Press association. He Is a man
or broad and cultured views and an
excellent cani'i*aigner. If nominated
the doctor will 1 e found worthy of
the support of all deunocratHL
Tc Trade for Good Farms.
$4,000 worth of good, new residence |
property, bringing '36.00 per month
rental, and $6,000.00 worth of vacant
lots that are Increasing rapidly In
value All loNated clos^to interlirbaa
of "the trainer In her tectb, badly car line m North Miami, county seat
MISSION |VJ Till
Alfalfa Hill's reading
truggle for Existence
onvlneed him that the "great
middle class' are about the only peo-
ple on earth and that he Is tho ono
i , tell them about It . A little more
study may dbaloso to the sago of
Tishomingo that he has made some
en rev. i " s errors In his classification,
and that the people whose votes he
exn ets to get are on the ragged
edue between the petite bourgeoisie
and the proletariat. But he cant do
them any good and they know it
They have had all the experience they
xx .int with politicians who don't com-
prehend the first principles of the
social .problem*, Really careful stu-
dents understand the symptoms when
man ' thinks lie's thlnlkln'."
Tn another column will be found
the announcement of Dr. Frank 1*
Davis as a candidate for the lleuten
;uit governorship of the state. Wi
print in full nu article taken from
the Wavt.-Democrat in Enid which
gives tho main points of the doc-
For our home readers no introdnc.
ti on is needed, the doctor havlm?
lived here for several years*, practic-
lila 'profession, and Is known to ev-
ery one throughout Lincoln county
tearing it and nearly severing the
first finger. Although the pain was
Intense the nervy Dutchfinan oontln-
his act to the finish then calmly
went to the carnival doctor and h id
the wounded member attended to.
When asked by some of the specta-
tors if he would jxTform the rest of
the week, he plueklly replied in brok-
en English: "Yah, I must do It. 1
| cum from Germany to unofke the act,
and my cats vont act mlt somebody
All the shows and attrac-
tions did a splendid business, and
Enid) Baseball association will
realize a handsome sum for their
share of the proceeds, to which they
re Justly entitled for bringing such
lean, moral and meritorious attrac-
tions! as the Parker shows have pre-
sented to us this week. We can
assure 'the great Parker shows a I
hearty welcome to Enid at any fu-
ture date. They have established a
standard rn the carnival Held that
will be hard for others to follow.
The only thing that has happened
the entire week to mar the pleasure
of the visitors to the carnival, and
that was no fault of the Parker
Shows, was the tearing up of the old
Frisco railway tracks running direct-
ly through the midway. All day
Thursday there was a gang of men
digging a ditch to lower the tracks,
which made It very unpleasant for
the people to cross the street, after
Mr. Coil. T. Kennedy, manager of the
Parker shows, went to the expense
of having the en-tire midway thor-
oughly sprinkled, for the comfort of
his jmtrons, it was a shame to have
this gang of railroad laborer raise
a cloud of dust that was a great
nuisance. (Mr. Kennedy has decided
to give the patrons of the carnival
grand open air (band
of Ottawa, the northeast corner coun-
ty of Oklahoma, and the richest agri-
cultural, fruit and mineral district of
the state; coal, lead and zinc In un-
told quantities; natural gas, aud pur-
est of artisian water. In the fertile
valley of tho beautiful Neosho river.
Miami, with her prea.nt population
of 6,000, is destined to become the
iaetro|>olis of northeast Oklahoma. We
have $75,000.0^ worth of other city
property, all to exchaage for good
F. I. GREEN,
1-w 401 W. Oak. Enid. Okla.
You cannot expect
to have pure air
in your home to
keep you healthy
if you burn ker-
osene or gasoline.
Electric lights give
off no ordor; nor
leave no greasy
deposit on every-
Better have us con-
n e c t tip your
lights and enjoy
the comforts of
i ELECTRO & GAS
Phone 65 107 W. Main
THE PALACE HABIT
Will make you
and keep you
ON TIME, and
FIT FOR YOUR WORK
Just o«H "330"
The boys will do the rest for
A OUAKTKR KACI1
J > OF *
We employ every possible method for in-
suring accurate prescription compounding.
There is practically no chance for an error
here. Physicians haw lull confidence in
us and that is why they are always glad
to see our label on their patients' medi-
cines. That label stands for puiity of
ingredients, standard potency and scien-
tific compounding. TR\ OUR SKRVICE.
Our Prices arealways righ t, sr.d
we issue a numbered ticket on the
Automobile witli each 25c cash
purchase, four with a dollar, etc.
Where they use only Squibb's Chemicals
in prescriptions, and have the lastest tree
delivery service in Knid. Phone 225.
AT TOUR GROCER'S-f -S- + lOtCANS.
+ IMPORTERS AHD GRINDERS +
THE ALTON MERCANTILE COMPANY3 Li
R. L. Dunlap
Plumbing, Heating and
Gas Fitting (
Phone 765 2.24 W.Rand
Klevant, up 1« dale l-rooi
uilli new hum:
i rollau'e, 24xt!M, .iu«d completed,
I mile from square, near school;
A New Ituslness.
VV. 1). Scott lias purchased the grain j
and feed business of Ij. D. llwrt, 1301
W. It an dolph street, and will he glad
:,) s. rve all the old patrons and feoll.
cits new business froui the public In |
general. Phone, Whlte-716.
BOARD YOUR HORSE AT
I Special Attention by Experienced Men
We Feed the Ilest and Plenty of It.
Terms: Delhered, 917.&0
Not Delivered, $15.00 Per Mouth
210 EAST RANDOLPH.
If Taken Saturday, April'30th, $1,000
$40(1 Cash, balance on easy Terms
Cal! at 1124 East Main
The Wave-Democrat for Ad.Resuls
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Also Window and Door Frames .. Satisfaction Guaranteed
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Phone 465 REAMS & STEPHENS
IT'S LIKE BUYING A
when you buy onr lumber—a sure j
thing. We pride ourselves on qnal- t
Ity and reliability:. These with
promptness In tilling orders, con. |
stltute our best business assets. And ,
they bring us trade. If yon need ;
anything In thoroughly seasoned lnm.
her, we can supply It on Short notice, I
KEIM LUMBER CO.
Phont SB9. E. Broadway and 4th
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Condensed 'teport of
«1P caption read., h« lui« in.loe,l | by the .xmwlKhrted Parker tandi, on
levated stage constructed
There Is a strong sentiment again &
the amending of article nine.
niadv good, not only here, but In his
present position as n menvber of the
state medioal 'board.
Dr. Davis, who announced for the
offico two years ago, was a strong
man for the place at that time, and
his voluntary withdrawal to permit
Judge Hoffman to nvake the senatorial
nice unhampered thy the reason of
t'helr (being two candidate* for high
honors from this county has been to
his credit and is now bearing rfult
in statewide popularity. whW-h prom-
ises to land him an easy
the race.—Agra Times.
iWven the (belligerents at the press
banquet yielded to the charm of
The people are not going to lot the
corporation* dominate Oklahoma poli-
The (metropolitan papers are talk-
Ins alout a sane Fourth. Just as If
all heretofore were crazy.
They are cutting alfalfa In the
country but tbe rattle of the lawn
mower Is not Heard in tho city.
this purpose. The Parker bands are
noted) for their excellence and have
been the cause of much favorable
comment during their stay in Enid,
and we are sure of a rare musical
treat as a fit closing for a very
succ essful week of carnival. Mrs,
Fern V. Meyers', carnival queen, will
pay her final visit this evening to
take leave of her loyal subjects, and
wish them God speed and success.
Immediately after tonight's perform-
ance the magic city will he displaced
by the hands which caused its erec-
tion and next week Enid will again
return to her normal self. The cerr-
4 . . nival, if it goes- ofT as well tonight
<* «'«•• ";l"n,'on "ol "T fa, on vtxetim evening. Mil leave
to the issues of this campaign In 1
I I T nil I'KOI'U VI ON I .
Oklahoma by the citizens of the new
The wa'rm weather mingled with a
few April showers would bloom forth
in great profusion fields of vir-
If Paulhon can ♦^abllvh an aero-
no sears or 'bruises. It is expected
that tonight's crowds will he the
largest of the week.
It is for them to determine after
giving the matters under discussion
due consideration what the polky nt
the state shall "be on matters of the
utmost Importance. The welfare of
; ho people should he considered by
all and every citizen should use his
utmost endeavors to serve their In-
terests as best he may in the little
upace of time which intervenes be-
tween now and the date of the electlo
h. which - isions are to be made ;
It . .idly n< -.try ■> admonls! Mound City P'.ianrs wear longost.
the people that every effort will be j go farthest, look best. Lx g Bell
made iy the corporations to control i Lumber Oampany.
the result by any means in their i
puwi rvtn to the extent of bringing j Read the Wave-Democrat.
PINEAPPLES SLICED or Grated
are packed In 'Hawaiian Islands for
THE ALTON GOODS patrons. They
are picked when ripe and packed the
same day as picked.
Dr. H. B. Shields, dantist. Hours
9-12; 1-6; 7-9. Phone 81. Rooms
425-26. Chamber of Commerce. Enid.
BANK OF ENID
lo Sta.e Hank ('outml>glonor nt ( lose of Business
29 th, 1910.
Loans aud DIsc< uitts $5'4*773.99
Overdrafts 8 990.S8
Furniture and iixturcs 7,000.00
Cash Resour ?«i
Cash and Due from Banks, <2ii 36LBl
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