The Enid Events. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 15, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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The Dickmsheets Land and Loan Company
FOR THE BEST RATES ON FARM LOANS. SEE US, OPPOSITE THE FIRE DEPARTMENT
Thingsto T aik About
f "PERSONAL PARARAPHS, NE^'S ITEMS ETC
. J Ukess. Eye. E«i. Nose and
- si Specialist. Eatd Classes Fitted.
3 fc M. Ltox*. Millinery Parlors.
A. H c*eh is io ^Chicago baying
A. S. Smith «f Taisi was in Enid
C A. Lanick of Bison was in Enid
T S. West fill was in from Sapulpa
<5- W. Oiell was up from Waukomis
i. C. Watkins of Garin Missouri is
visiting htsdaughter. Mrs. G. H. Piatt
•f this e«ty.
T. B. Sawyer of this city is visit-
tsf io M ichita.
w. E. Sa«>ne of A mes was an Enid
visitor last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sehroeder are visiting
ntauwes in Iowa.
Ed Stereos of Cherryvile Kan.-.
wsm in Enid last week.
Miss Lyda Kring is visiting in
Missouri several weeks.
M*wis Bernheisel of this city is
iwtxog relatives in Iowa.
Miss Wintie Coilett is spending a
wreeKS vacation ia Colorado.
C>.ty Marshal! Thrasher is enforc-
inc rife weed eiH-ting ordinance.
Mi* Pearl Mossburger has return-
<-3 from a month* outing in Colorado.
I. C. Model'en. the automobile
wan was down from Pond Creek last
Ladies, Summer is still with us if
oee4aao'her hat buy one, below cost,
white they last at
Tbe editor attended the reception
ipseo at Guthrie in honor of Secre-
tary Garfield Wednesday.
For a good time don't forget the
PKinan all day trolly picnic on Aug
2rah at Lakewood park.
"Mrs. I. -4. Coaklingleft Sunday for
Buena Vesta, Colo., where she will
apeod several weeks outing.
TQrs. I&snwartU and children leave
Chic week fer Tennessee where they
wii> spend several months.
Heber Blasdel has resigned as dls-
trirtoourtstenographer. The Events
dees not know the reason.
Miss Bessie R'ish was brought liame
from Oklahoma City last week. She
hat been ill with typhoid fever.
"Mrs Owen McDougal and baby of
Teoansseh. Nebr. are her.) visiting
feer sister. Mrs. Cash Whitney
Tie recent hot weather seems to
ha.se put most every thing out of
' the public treasury: it impairs the ef I
ficiency of our pubiic school system by '
prov,ding insufficient ievies for school
I e. the republ -ans of (.->arat i revenves, thus shortening the school
'county, io conveution assent .ed. do terms, depriving our children of ade-
hereby p;edge our filth and Sdelitj quWe e.'.ucaioual privllegs Uskies
|to the precepts, doctrines and tradi- dnvmg out ti* most able educators
■ tions of the National Republican or- ,0 seek e«Pk*ueot .n more remuner
ganiration. Reoogniiing that from ,ti-e occupations. It enco urates an
H. howe went to Biwn on business its matchless leaders whether it be archy bv depriving our courts of the
Tuesday. in the executive, legislative and judi- inherent po er to adequately enforce
Fob Salk.-M30 piano, cheap and j ciai departments of the government obedience to its orders for the protec-
on easy papfoents. 1 I^HI * J" ~ "
Call at Events it has made a record that stamps it tion of property and the preservation
as the foremost champion of the of the lives of our citizens. It will!
rights of the common people. ; naturally increase the burdeu of tai- !
The Ancient Order of the Sons of
the w... v,..,.. ■« — |ty years, to him who reads, must come
resolutions of protest in regard to ^ jDeTiubie conclusion, that the
— republican party, intenched upon the
The men are still at work on tie eternal principles, liberty and pat-
street car track that runs east to the riotism. stinds preeminent as the
Christian University. The overhead chosen party, whose mission among cratic localities
wires are also being p.r «r. Mar.- men will close only with this civ.liza-j In the creation of wurta and^udi-
ager Mine says tjjat he hones to have ti0n. Jt w the p4rty th3t does thin|fs: cja, dlsWfeu tbey the el.
ca^ running out at lea*t to tenUi a party of stupendous activity: it nev- j e^ie crjme of atMraptintf to niake
e makes a promise that it does not'the courts partisan and subject to po-
operated fulfill. It is the party of hope, of lib- Sitical control and created special dis-
the appropriation made by Congiess
and lias piled up an enormous debt
for the taxpayers of the state to pay.
It unjustly discriminates against re
publican localities in favor of demo
street by Aug. 21.
Harry Eggleston who has operaiea imuu. it is me party oi nope. 01 no- 'Utica! control and created special dis-
for seven years the barber shop just crty, of patriotism, of law, of order.. tricts for their own members. It de-
north of the post office has sold h'g ; it believes and teaches the doctorine j prjTes the Governor of the power to
establishment to Ed Vance of Black- of equal privileges to all and special suspend the Writ of Habeas Corpus
well who took charge Monday morn-
ing and will.operate the"shop"in the
No Crax Shoe Paste prevents patent
eathet shoes from cracking or scal-
favors to none.
I in ease of insurrection, or
gave us all our anti-trust laws, and it
has been a republican president
whose strenous demand for a square
ing. from all reliable dealers or sent deal has lined up both branches of
direct on receipt of 12 cents by So; the congress to follow Jhim, so that to
Crax Shoe Paste Co.. Wichita Kans 6t day all unlawful trusts and combina-
Mr. Sweet, the senior member of Iti0Ils are D0W uP°n the racl£ begging
the firm of Sweet, Hudson and Beck for8'veneas; a republican judge bears
that is to locate here before ^ong in
the room now occupied by the Dream-
land theatre, was here last week
looking after his business interests.
A noticable improvement over
former conditions has been brought
obout in the last week. This has
been caused by the unsightly weed
that have decorated almost every vac-
the distinction of enforcing the
lew against the Standard Oil Corpora-
lion in assessing up a fine of twenty-
nine and one fourty million dollars for
| wantonly violating the law of the
It is our bold, fearless leader, the
matchlesstatesmen,the terror togre-d
'and graft, our President, Theodore
ant lot in the city. There are some Rooseve't. wh°m "< " P*°P'e look
propeny owners however who have and ^ -"rdeliverence from the now
neglectcd this important datv. but I eminent dangers threatening the
we hope that as swn as the hot ! Peace' liaPPi"ess and prosperity of
weather "lets up" a little they will our country; We are !a"Kht
fell their weels or at least iill off the ^exPerience' and time wi" se
! that our President in pursuing the
even tenor of his way, will net per-
mit to be slain tiie goose that lays the
wild animals that haunt these veri- j
table forests, waiting anxiously to
spring upon the traveler who chances
to be passing by.
Dr. E. E. Cowdrick. formerly of Enid
nflw living in Winnipeg. Canada, , . . ..
■ , , ■ , . t"® onS S|de and against the combin-
writes to an Oklahoma friend: "I , A 4I
, .,, , . ed hoards of demagogues and idle lg-
believe that this portion of Canada is '
the hunter's paradise for ducks, geese
golden egg, but that where he stands
3s the final arbiter between the con-
tending hosts of right and justice on
| noranceled by political henchmen on
the other, that he will meet the is-
i sue squarely and will determine it
j without fear or favor. An-l we fee!
j secure and rest in the serene hope
i that the people of the prop sed statt
j will have a final hearing before the
: Chief Magistrate from whose decision
there is no appeal.
A brutal majority calling them-
selvesdemocrats-but in fact dema-
Another Month| the [Another Month
PURITY R PHARMACY
Remains another mcnth at its present location. During this
period ull Bocks. Bibles. Lamps. Games. Stationery. Rubber
Goods, eti, will be sold at regular wholesale prices. We just
have to cut down the stock in order to get in our smal er quar-
ters. Ait previous published prices go till we are moved. Tc-
dav we make the following addition .
2.50 washable U. S. Flags for - 1.94
20c Fireproof lamp chimneys, have them for ail kinds
of lamps - - - 8c to 18c
Parke-Davis'Beef Wine and Iron 100 - - 69c
Pabst Majt Tonic 25c A Buttle - - 2-50 a doz.
PURITY R PHARMACY.
'Jiek Davis has
It was a republican congress that 1 It is unrapublican and violative of the
spirit of fairness and equality—It fail-
ed to make provision for the main-
tainance of separate schools.
The republican party, the special
champion of the doctorine Qf a free j
ballot and a fair count, concedes to
every elector the right to cast his !
ballot as his enlightened judgement
and conscience may dictate. And in
the event this partisan monstrosity
shall become the fundamental law, we
pin our hopes upon the republican
party of the state to secure the speedy ]
elimination of its objectionable fea-
tures to make it conform to the needs 1
and requirements of the people of the
state. On the other hand, if the
judgment of the voters of state, ex-
pressed at the polls shall be against
this proposed constitution, if it shall
be rejected at the polls or disapprov-
ed by our peerless president, we as-
sure the people that the national re-
publican party will exert its pjwer to
have the coming congress grant such j
relief as our people may be entitled
to, and make such provisions for a
new enabling act at the earliest dale
possible, under which a constitution
for a state government may be formed
free from ptrtisan bias and fair alike
to all persons and interests.
We favor a provision, by tlie first,
Slate Legis auire for the sale of tise
School aud Public building land->, un-
der the terms of the enabling act.
We endorss and ratify the action of
the republiciu convention at Tulsa,
of August 1 and 2, 1W7. aud pledge
our fidelity and suppon to all of the
candidates notDinated;froru our fear,
less champioi, and fellow citiien,
Frank Frontz, down to and including
the justices of the peace and con-i
stables nominated at this convention.
We heartily endorse every dtdl.-a-'
tion set fortii in the republican state ;
platform: we endurs* the nomination
and hereby pledge ourselves to secure !
the election of the Hon. Bird s>. Mc j
Gulre as Congressman from the First
Congressional District of Oklahoma.
We pledge tlie people of Garfield
county that if oir coiididates are
elected aud they should qualify under
the proposed constitution and their
administration of atfairs of the count y
will be conducted upon safe and cot.-
comes to Enid highly recommended : t),js aggrpiratlon of freebooters *rvative methods, constantly guard-
ing the interests of the taxpayers of
One way, s e c o n d-c lass
"Colonist" tickets to Cali-
fornia and Pacific North-
west on sale daily via the
Sept. 1 to Oct, 31
Your choice of the two best routes to the coast.
Tickets good in personally-conducted Tourist
sleeping cars on payment of berth rate.
Ask for our illustrated
W. E. BENNETT Agent,
Rock Island Lines,
Which way do von skirs your milk ?
It i6 :«rJ sometimes to realise juftt bow
preat ;hc i"Si of creatn is -with crocks and
p^.us. fcorne people may c jt believe that a
and chickens in October, and for elki
moose, carioon and black tail and
jump.ng deer in D>cember. The
license required here for big game
shooting has a schedule for the list-
ing of all big game killed in the
seasou for which the license is issued.
The kind of game and the place where
it was killed must be reported and
the license returned to the license i . . , ...
office within thirty days after the Kogu^runken with power, led by
the dangerous and unscrupulous lead-
er. Haskell, after deliberating several
months—most of the time behind
closed doors, and after many personal
commission but the mosquitoes.
Fred Roy/.lller of Anadarko, spent .expiration of the hunting
several days last week in our city. under a Pe,le't>' of ,l0°-
Bey goes "much" otf Anadarko. Dr. W. Haldemarn sells his dental
"OttoBritton was in Enid visiting parlors to Dr. L. J. Tourteliott, of encounters among the accoucheurs-
Ibis parents last week. Mr. Britton is; Anamosa. Iowa, and leavtg the city t|lere was delivered, or rather there
cas*.i(er of the Fairview State Bank j f°rtl Dodge City, Kansas, w-here he was given birth, a partisan raonstrosi-
FV>r Saljs:—A first class w nd mil)
and tank in gcod running order—
etreay. Inpuire F. A. Phi lips at
for Dodge City, Kansas, where he
will engage in the real estate business. ty ^ monstrous and Vydra-headed
I)r. Haldeman is one of Enid s best t|iat righteous indignation of an
known and respected citizens and we outraged people arose en masse and
j regret \ery mucii to hear of his demanded that it lie born again, after
I departure from the city. However j ,t had declared to be the fore-
*k:ms enough cioser than the old way jo increase their butter yield one-fcuith or more.
But it does, and there's a plain reascr. for rt. When yoo nuik tee cream ana skim zniik are
separated from one another by the farce of gravity, but when you sV.im milk with a U. S.
Separator centrifugal fore?, which is thousands of times stronger ti an gravity, does the
separating, it squeeies out the last drop of cream. Cream is money- y>u can't afford to
waste it. Ii you keep three or more cows, it will pay you to buy a U S. Separator. Cooe
in and look one over, anyway. They ire sold by
Six Doors North of
we all wish him the best of luck in
most fundamental document of all
ji^rehasing expedition to New ork ; |,|s new location. Dr. Tourteliott is i,jstorv neater ti an \hnni n.arr-i
in the interest of the Kennedy Merc- the of 8. w. Johnson and , KreateVthan the Federal Constitu-
ent ile Co.
Xlis Gertrude Corbitt is expected i m his line. He Is a very tine gentle- a<ain Kot t0jfether ani have
home the last of the week from : man aud we predict that hi will make turned out. after thirty odd changes >the C0UDt>
™"*" ~~' ' " " * ' J 1 J-" -•-J -l-"'hnotj,er dccument. and now ask it
adoption by the people.
We denounce the infamous, greedy,
partisan spirit which actuated bhe
late Constitution Convention, nomi-i
Wash, where siie has been spending many friends and do himself and the
he soinaier. ; city some good by reason of his hav-
T). J5. Messenger, R. F. Bennett and j ing come among us.
,0. M A ust.n composed a part) from. The parkway on East Btoadwav is
Orammond that were in Eu'd one ,still causing trouble. Some drivers
day last week. have not yet learned to aUays keep ■ nated and controlled by Haskell and
The canning factory l.ere now is a to the right. The paving on each his henchmen. They conceived in
very busy institution, they are side of the partway is nearly large. secret, partisan caucus and adopted
working on peaches now bur will soon enough to allow two vehicles goingiunder tyrannical rule a document
beyin on apples and later f.-uit. oppesite direct-ions to pass, A "Jay" which is hostile to the Federal gov-
'Oie Alton* Wholesale tirocery :driver often causes a complicated;ernment and its brave defenders.
Company's crack base iiall team dt- j block ii: the traffic. The rule should This document d nies to each citizen
featJtil the .lireinlin nine here in a be observed also with regard to the equal rights under the law with every
jswd ■giff.'1. Soore 4 to 2. street car tracks. The city attorney other citizen: deprives the minority of
Mr and Mrs. S. ki Al.en and Mr. I,ias ^en ordered to draw an ordinance 1 their just proportion of representa-
siiTt Bf rs I. G. Conkling are spending J regarding 'jay' drivers, we thitk fives: unfairly discriminates in favor
ti* holidays fishing aud ha-ing a, that this ordinance will meet with
goad time among the ciwl dells of j tiie approral of ajl.^ ^
Colorado. ^ Record Breaker
\ttorney Carl Cruse was on the j
atiek list tlie first of ilie week. His Sunday Aug. 11, 1907 was a record
Saw pardner, Hills is ju«>t getting able breaker as to heat. Old time resi- „
us be up and around w the firm U( dentsthat have stuck to Enitd hrougli I ;>.nd has already brougiit a blight upoti
still going- thick and thin from 1*U to tiie | the fame and credit
The body of Pabk) 1'unto, the Mex- pres-ent time positively declare that|State. In the Interest of a lotoftown-
«« iri chill peddler wtio died last week Sunday was the hottest day that they | site grafters and boodlers it wantonly
from drinking fcieholic liquors to ex- ever experienced in Oklahoma. The 1 and needlessly butchered county
J. M. HUDSON
I'Ei EK BOWERS
J. K. J LILIAN.
I want to sell the s e of Section 9f
21, r ti w i m for $0500, will take in j
nice neat place of about $1500 as a ^
part payment. This quarter is A No j
tf C. B. JOKDAX.
of one locality against another: in-
creases the burden of taxation with-
out compensating benefits: lessens the
demand for labor and decreases wages;
antagonize* capital arid depreciates
investments: repudiates public obli-
gations and destroys public credit.
We offer on- Hundred Dollars
Beward for and case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's I atarrh
F. J. CHENEV & CO , Toledo' O
We, the und^tvgned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years
aua believe him perfectly honorable
n ali business t ransaclioiis a nd finan-
cially able to carry out any ob igation
made by his firm.
W'ALDtso, Rinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O-
HaP's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, acting directly upon tiie blood
and "mucous surfaet s of the system.
Testimonials &ent frtp. Pnee 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-
oft he proposed 8tipatjon.
rrrr was buried Saturday
night by mcrcury reached 106 in the shade and
hovered around 130 in tiie sun, how-
ever Incredible this tray seem it is a
We are here tosta) a.i l «nuw t ,ese fac( There were no prostrations re
iceo are and wliat tl.e> an<j '.an p0rtec] ,|(j4 was probably due to the
faruish you hs-P en • . '''ll I fact that the day as Sunday, when
Ci.eusacaM. The 1 - '
pjoyment, Co . 1I--
Knid, Oi.la.. Phone
boundaries and abolished existing
municipalities in disregard of the!
wishes of the inhabitants, and
Rpnran hy Ero-
Mju roe si i eel 1
I working day itsulig
1 proijably lieet: serious.
Claremore, I. T.—Spencer Stephens
1 has writien a letter to Governor
. . . . . , o er congratulating him on his
lieir determined objections. It ere- nomination by the Republican party
ates a state governmant with an army as their candidate for Governor of the
officers *huse fixed compensation for proposed new State of Oklahoma, and
1 heir service, it. will require revenue calling especial artentlon to the ser-
... 1 " vices of Governor FrarjU as a soldier
to meet the expense luasuuiUiat wnl under Col. Theodore Room velt in the
pauperize the'uxpayeib aud bankrupt battles in Cuba
After the Bath
u>e Talcum Powder or Batb-
sweet. a little Toilet Water
and a few drops of nice per-
fume, Freckel Lotion and
Almond Cream and Roses
(our own ir.akei to put on
the finishing- touches. In
the evening apply a little
an you can make yourself
rea^ nablv conifcrtable dur-
ing the hot weatber. We
have them all, the very best,
and prices always right.
First and Second
READY. NO DE-
LAYS, AND NO
olace whci.• they ' ave
Phone «'>• "P. D. Q." Delivery
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Purcell, F. Everett. The Enid Events. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 15, 1907, newspaper, August 15, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc160523/m1/4/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.