Garfield County Democrat. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 11, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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THE 6ARFlfcLQ DEMOCRAT,
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
T;.i paper is entered at the po«tof
fice at Enid, O. T., as sccond cl n
One Year Jl.OO
SU Montht So
Three Months 30
THURSDAY, SKP. 11, 1902.
The Demochat "Phone is 264.
Hon. William Cross.
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in a sensible manner and not
continue going- oft half cocked aa
Another question: ^hyisthe
republican party always in auch
hattc to defend every truat, com-
bine or aggregation of money
bugs? Is it not becausa these
combines furniah the grease to
run the republican party? There
must be some motive and I cau
see no other.
Speake up, funny man of the
Events, and enlighten
CTv. Porter, sheriff.
A. L. Lincoln, Treasurer.
J. B. Thomas, County Clerk.
Frank Hamilton, Recorder ol
Miss N. L. Bates, County Super
O. D. Hubbell. County Attorney.
C. L. Moore, Probate Judge.
W. T. Stoalabarger, Aasessor.
W. H. Ryan, Coroner.
Robt. Mauldin, Surveyor.
1st Dist.: J. R. Lods.
2d Dist.: P. J. Roach.
3d Dist.: E. F. Barnett.
W« are anthoricad to announce Chari.es
Bordrrh an a randidudn for Hepraeantative
•abject to tha dacinion of the Democratic Con-
tention to be held in the 20th legislative dis
The Democratic Central com-
mittee of Garfield county is re-
quested to meet at the rooms of
the committee in Enid, Friday,
Sept. 12, 1902, at 11 o'clock a. in.
M. A. Kelso, Ch'rw
A. F. Holcomb, Sec.
Ouh prohibition friends, who
are under the tutelage and con-
trol of that truly good republi-
can, the Rev. r.affayette Norris,
are inquiring into the record of
each candidate cn all the tickets
to ascertain whether any one of
thetn has ever signed a petition
for saloon license and thev swear
by the great ham spoon that
they will not vote for such men.
Well, they can vote safely for
Danely, for county clerk, for it
is said ''he never done it."
Editor Dkmocrat:—I beg
space again to noticc the last ef-
lusion of the extremely young
and easy man of the Events.
At last the coon took to a tree
and there he is out on a limb.
He says of the banking system,
"Tis the best system the world
«versaw;"and admits the $20,-
000,009 steal but as an extinuat-
ing condition that the American
people are prosperous. Ye
Gods, what gobs of wisdom.
The young and fiimsy man
thinks that all the prosperity in
the U. S. is owing to the exis-
tence of the National banks.
Why you poor, deluded little
cuss! Were it not for the ener-
gy and pluck and industry of the
American people there would be
Ho $20,000,000to steal.
There is not a nation of people
on earth that can stand the
amount of stealing that we do
The National bank trust is
•nly one link in the monstrous
chain, endless chain, if you
please, that is robbing (lie peo-
ple. And this modem "Nero"
fiddles while crimes go unnoticed
by him or is condoned by him
and his ilk. Say, funny man,
do you really thiuk that the men
who compose the 6,000
tional banks ill the U. S.
really responsible lor the
crops and other evidence
thrift and enterprise?
The young fellow is screech-
ing about socialist scaring him
until his little soul is in mortal
fear of total annihilation.
Say. Events, if you are so op-
posed to socialism, why do re-
ceive your mail matter through
the postal system?
Why do you allow your child-
ren, if you have any, to attend
our free schools?
Why do walk on the sidewalk
or drive on the streets or public
highways? Why not have an
express company carry your
mail, a private teacher for your
children, a private walk and a
private overland road where you
could pay toll.
Nov/, Events, it: all honesty
and candoi*, t,! v do y i not in-
vi ■ :;;ate soci;:ii 11 nni attack it
An effort was made t« induce
Sam Catnpbsll to become a can-
didate for the council from
this district, but while he
would be a splendid representa-
tive he declines to accept
the honor. He was a candidate
for an office which be wanted
and was turned down and he
cannot now see his way to be
made a catspaw for those respon-
sible for his defeat. He has ac-
cepted his fate with manly resig-
nation and is entitled to be allow-
ed to pursue his ordinary vo-
cation as a farmer without be-
inp dragged further into the po-
litical arena by those who de-
liberately slaughtered him.
The good things they say
about him now were true before
they cut his throat in the late
A communication, signed
"Allison Twp. Rep. Com.," was
received this week and the editor
of this paper was requested to
publish the following which we
do most cheerfully:
Great disappointment was ex-
pressed at Oklahoma City, be-
cause Judge Garber, this county,
could not be present. "Is Mr.
Garber here?" "When will
• ubci' apeak?" "I want to hear
that young man Garber,"
"Pshaw! I was in hopes
Garber would speak; I wanted to
hear him." These and like ex-
pressions could De heard on every
hand, and it somehow made the
Hornet man proud of Garfield
county's farmer orator.
Thk reason alleged by the
would be purchasers of the wa-
terworks and sewer bonds some
time since voted by the council,
is that under the Oklahoma
statutes a two-third vote of the
"taxpayers" is required. A
special election will soon be call-
ed and unless two-thirds of the
taxpayers, as the tax rolls dis-
close. vote for the proposition, it
will be lost. No vote, for or
against such measure, will be
counted unless the voter is a tax-
payer, hence every owner of a
house or lot who wishes to see a
sewer and waterworks system
should get ready to vote and do
not forget to turn out.
It is urg'cd that the third term
idea cuts no figure in county af
fairs and that when a man has
made a good officer he should be
perpetuated in office. This ar-
gument leads up to the thought
that if a man has made a good
president two times
occasion to change him, and so
long as he continues good, keep
him in. If he satisfies the peo-
ple keep him and his family in
lor life and learn to reverance
him as your king and ruler and
continue to increase his salaVy
and emoluments until lie is an
imperialistic person. When you
argue such a thing with the
lower officers you prepare the
mind to accept it in the higher,
and thus if you make the units
unsound, the whole will be un-
A secret has crept out of Re-
publican headquarters somewhere
We are rejoiced to know that
they are bound to acknowledge
that if the democrats and popu-
lists vote straight, Bill Cross will
have close to 10,000 majority.
The polls were sent in from the
various counties of the territory
to the republican territorial
committee and private word was
sent out that the dickens was to
pay. These polls showed Cross
10,000 ahead. Stand by your
•lors, boys, and we'll knock the
As a sincere Bryan democrat,
we must urge the impropriety
and danger of perpetuating men
in even the minor offices.
This paper believes that
should support a democrat
that democrat will support.it.
Miss Pearl Constable the re-
publican no mines for 6ehool sup-
erintendent was el'eted flower
queen receiving 20,280votes. The
six ladies next on the list who are
to be maids of honor to th« queen
are as folio* s; Eva Morgan 17,8o7,
Blanch Beauohamp 6630, £lma
Joseph 2(J30, Bernetta Q.uick 775,
Buelah McMillan 330. Eugene
(First Publication August 28,1902.
Territory of Oklahoma (
(iurfield County )
Jamhs L. I'arkicr, )
In the District Court
For Said County
Said defendant, Mary M. Parker will take
notice that she has been sued in the above
named Court by said plaintiff in the above
entitled action whorein plaintiff asks judg-
ment for divorce from said defendant. That
plaintiff alledges in his petitiou abandonment
on part of defendant for more than one year
next preceding the filing of said petition, and
must answer the petition filed thorein by said
plaintiff on or before tho 15th day of Octobe
a. .i). 1902, or said petition will bo taken a
true and judgement for plaintiff in said
action for divorce will berondered accordingly.
Attest: C. F. McElrath,
Clerk of said Court.
By J. W. Sproat,
(First Publication Aug. 28, 1902.)
ToWhom it May Concern:
In compliance with tho provisions of Section
3. Chapter 22, of the Session Laws <>f Oklahoma
Territory for tho year 1897, notice is hereby giv-
en that Frank E. Stowe illod on tho 14th
day of August his petition for a license
to sell at retail malt, spirituous and vinous
liquorson N-W1* section 31, township 21, N. of
raugo4 W.I.M.,Garfield county, O. T., and that
unless objection to the same as required by law,
be filed on or before the 12th day of September,
A. I).1902 said petition will be granted.
Enid, O. T., Aug. 22, 1902.
Frank E. Stowr, Applicant.
Attost: Frank T. Hatter,
(First Publication Sopt. 11, 1902.)
there is no i ^'lom 11 May Concern:
In compliance with the provisions of Soction
3.('haptor 22,of the Session Laws of Oklahoma
Territory,foritheyear 1897,noticeisliei' hv riven
that Dell Hums filed ou the 9th day of Septem-
ber, A. D., 1902, his petition for ;• license to sell
at retail, malt, spirituous nnd vinous liquors
on tho N \V of Soction 20, Patterson town-
ship, Garfield county, Oklahoma Territory, and
that unless objection to tho same, as required
by law, be filed on or before the 2f.th day of
September, A. D. 1902, said petition will bo
Enid, O. T„
September 9th, 1902.
This paper is like Bryan's
Commoner—it is opposed to the
third term from coroner to presi-
djnt. Third termism leads to
"Dyspepsia," wrota Eugene Field,
"often incapacitates a man for endeavor
and sometimes extinguishes tho firo of
ambition." Though great dospite his
complaint Field suffered from indiges-
tion all his life. A woak, tired stomach
can't digost your food. It needs
rest. You can only rest it by the uso
of a preparation like Kodol, which ro-
liovos it of work by digesting jour food.
Host soon restores it to its normal tone.
W. O. Cromwell was one of
the republican speakers at the
opening of the republican cam- StrongthenSn^^ ^
paiR-n at Oklahoma City on 8a 'Erfvlqcratfnfl.
The Rock Island has done >t. The
desire* of the traveling public hare
been anticipated. An Observation
Pullman has been added to the equip-
ment of the "Colorado Flyer." This
new equipment has just been turned
out of the Pullman shops an4 it is the
best that can be secured. Rich in
upholstering, elegant in appointments
and comfortable and having all mod-
ern conveniences, reading room,
smokiog room, ladies parlor, etc., it
makes the Rock Island Colorado
Flyer the ideal train going to Colora-
With an ODservation Pullman, the
"Colorado Flyer," becomes pre-emi-
nently the best train to take between
Kansas City an-1 Colorado points.
Leaving Kansas City in the cool of
the evening, at 6:30 p. m., the traveler
can secure supper "A la carte" in
the dining car, view the beautiful
valley of the Kaw trom the observa-
tion parlor, enjoy a refreshing night's
rest, breakfast in the diner and reach
Denver at 11:00 o'clock in the morning
This is the fastest train to Colorado
arriving at Denver four hours earlier
than any other line. Returning, the
Flyet leaves Denver at 5:00 p. m., and
reaches Kansas City at 9:30 o'clock
the next morning. The ride through
Colorado in both directions being
made in the daylight, and in connec-
tion with the Observation Pullman,
will give the best possible advantage
of viewiug Pikes Peak and the Rocky
Mountains as well as providing i
most delightful ride.
BOARD OF TRADE.
This popular resort is now frcqnent.
ed more than ever. There is an
attraction about the wheat pit and the
option of all kinds of products that
men cannot resist. They sit for
hours as the ticker tells them every
fifteen mintues whether they lose or
win. Then there are refreshments of
all kinds to solace them for waiting.
The air fans are now in full running
order and it is the coolest place in
Enid. The breeze there takes all the
heat out of the hot man. Go there and
try it. Just east of the court house.
i A GOLD MINE. J
One dozen fine PLATINA PHOTOS
JUST ONE WEEK,
SEPT. 15, 16, II 18,19 8 20.
Celebrates her Birth-
Free Shows, Great
Best Bands of Ok-
lahoma Snvited to
Contest for a prize
fire works every
Parades by Military corn-
Grandest Civic Parade by
Secret Orders Mer-
chants and Military
Ever seen in
AI ID WAY
Invited to come
and be the guests
of Enid for SIX
THE GREATEST EVER
KNOWN. DOXT MISS IT ^VISD
East ol Court House — ------ Enid, Oklahoma
In new Dilday Building; Northwest of square. FOR
....flour, wo odea wa re.
....meati ... tinware,
. ..feed, ....cutler7,
garden d- field seeds crockery, tU
BARGAINS MAKE THE ENID CASH GROCERY CO.
Now, that vre Lara moved into oar naw store which Rites as mora room to display
our immense atock which we have to carry to supply our fast-growiof trade: We
invite the public to eall and look over oar stock before baying. We hare now tha
largest and most complete stock of GROCERIES in the city. ...
Wo also carry a nice line of QUEENSWARE and TINWARE
Notioe the differeuca in those prices:
OUR PRICE, OTHERS' PRICE.
Banner and Ajax Oats 25 90
Standard Tomatoes 12 15
Standard Corn 8^4 10
Standard Pens 8H 10
Standard Iteans 10
Standard California Fruit 15 to 20 20 to 25
Package Coffee 12V4 15
California Wheating 15 20
Cream of Wheat 15 20
Ralston Pancake Flour 8H
90 to 100 Prunes 5 6
25 oz K. C. Baking Powder 20 25
WR PAT THK HIOBBHT FRIOK FOR BUTTHR AND BOOB.
FAGAN & GROSS.
SOUTH SIDE "IJJ
CARRIAGE & SHOP
W. F. HAMPY, PPOP'R.
Plow Work & General Blacksmithing,
HORSESHOEING a Specialty.
All Work Guaianteed. Monroe Street.
One Block West of Square,
McCLANE & REED,
Our firm carries a large line of piece goods and we do all our wor
work at home. Our orders do not go to the cheap slop
shops of the cities. All work guaranteed or money
refunded. We also carry a line of
Pianos and Organs
Remember we have removed 916J^ E. Broadway near
the Bank of Enid
THE ENID BUGGY HOUSE,
Is Headqdarteks for—
Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons,
iRoad Wagons Surreys
Anil in faot most up to date vehicles with a nice stock HARNESS. This house carries a good
line of the Celebrated Bloos-McVicker, McFarland. Columbus and Parry goods. Mitchell and
Towasend wagons. A full line of Canton goods, consisting of the Diamond Sulky Plow, Triolein
Qao«, Riding and Walking Listers, Jewell, Hammock, Clipper and Disk Cultivator, tho Emor
son Sulky Plow, and Standard mower. We nlso sell tho noted Graver and Hodge Headers, tha
Harvester King and Queen Binders with a foil line of repairs in stock. The Acme Self dump
rake. Tho Dempster Windmills with a full line of
Pumps and PJumbing Goods
This House carries the most complete line in tho southwest. Three large rooms with nearlj
1000 feet of floor spaco, covered with useful implements and comfortable up to dato vehicles.
By buying goods in carload lots wo are able to furnish you extra inducements on vehicles.
Before buying call nnd inspect tho stock whether you wish to buy or not. Everything-sold on
its merits and satisfaction guaranteed,
EN!!) BUGGY HOUSE.
Chas. Hanna, Prop.
THE GEM PHARMACY, U
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET
ARTICLES, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES
and everything usually found in
wu also cakey the lakqest stock of
WALL PAPER, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS
AND MACHINE OILS IN THE CITY.
|£ plM PUADMAPV 921 grand
1L &tHI I ™ m•!"Mb 15 AVENUE.
First door north Kennedy Bros.
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Moore, E. P. Garfield County Democrat. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 11, 1902, newspaper, September 11, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc166463/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.