The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1895 Page: 8 of 8
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~ ADVEIIT HINO RATES.
1 01 pliers « n display a Ivertlslug apply to
the general manager :t! the WAVkofllce, third
The Galveston Daily News of last
Saturday contains the following
piece of peotry concerning the editor
of thin paper;
One of the brightest writers among
the editors is J. L. Isenberg, editor
of the Enid Wave, daily and weekly.
Mr. Isenberg is known as the Bill
Nye of Kansas and Oklahoma. Ik-
went lrorn Kansas to Pueblo, Colo.,
and from there to Enid. His daugh-
ter, Edna A. Isenberg, is secretary
of the company, and is one ot the
coming newspaper women.
doer from t he corn
west vide of square.
Address a'l comn unlcatlon* t«
Printing Company Enid, O. 'I
J. L. ISENIIKHO,
>fEand Kir^t streets
HOTEL REX. .
W. T. CUTTER, Propts.
Rates, $2 Per Day-
The leading hctel of the Cherokee Strip. Everyhting new
Don't fail to call on me and get prices Satisfaction guaranteed. Special attention to the trade of
before you buy your winter
Kntered at the l'ostofliee at Enid
locond <'lass Matter.
THB'calamity howlers are .1 i;ood
deal perplexed by the unmistakable
indication!* of buslneHH revival and it
exacts of them home laborious special
pleading to make the present situa
tion accord wit., their predictions.
Eastern papers predicts the (treat-
. est iinml(trr.tion to Oklahoma next
year ever known In the history of the
country. Some of them place the num-
ber at a half a million. It is to be
admitted by all that more people will
settle in the territory next year than
in any one year of the past.
It is reported that the county clerk
, of Blaine county brought $5,000 worth
of county warrants over here and
sold them for sixty cents 011 the dol-
lar. They sell in Blaine county for
thirty-live cents. He made nearly
fifty per cent on them at the pur-
Tub Galveston Tribune says the
editors of Oklahoma are having a
haying a royal time down there.
They own the town and are being
given one grand round of pleasure
and entertainment, clam hakes, oys-
ter suppers, banquets etc. They will
hardly know how to live when they
The insatiate greed of the average
Kansan is exemplified by the actions
of a resident of that state who re-
cently took an overdose of morphine
and when the doctor. In a wild desire
to save his life, used a stomach pump
on him, he bit olT and swallowed
about a foot of the pump. He refus-
ed to disgorge and the doctor has
brought suit for the value of his sur-
There Is no medicine so often need-
ed in every home and so admirably
adapted to the purposes for which it
is Intended, as (lhatnberlain's I'ain
Balm. Hardly a week passes but
some member of the family has need
of it. A toothache or headache may
be cured by it. A touch of rheumatism
or neuralgia quieten. The sever** pain
of a burn or scald promptly relieved
and the sore healed in much less time
then when medicine has to be sent
for. A sprain may be treated before
inflammation sets in, which insures a
cure in about one third of the lime
otherwise required. Cuts and
bruises should receive immediate
treatment before the parts become
swollen, which can onl\ be done
when I'ain Balm is kept at baud. A
sore throat may be cured before it
becomes serious. A troublesome
corn may be removed by applying it
twice a day for a week or two. A
lame back may be cured and several
days of valuable time saved or a pain
in the side or chest relieved without
paying a doctor bill. Procure a ■"><!
cent bottle at once and you will
never regret it. For sale by Chero-
kee Dru g Co.
dj It is to your interest to do this. I
jihave the largest and most complete
1 stock in the city and sell at prices to.
| suit the times. Accept this as a special
"invitation to you.
MISS ALLIE GOPP.
S. G. Gallup &
MAKERS OP THE
Awarded the highest premium
<it the Columbian Exposition.
i : V
Notice for Publication.
(First published In The Wave Get, 10,
Land Ofllee at Enid, O T October 5, 1895.
Notice Is hereby driver, that the tollowlng
named sett ler nas uieu innu;r .ui«' named settler has filed notice of his I .u tentij>n
to maketinai proof In supportof his claim to make final proof In support of his eialu
and that said proof will be made before the • 1 " " '
Notice for Publication.
iFirst published in Daily wave Oct. 7 lWlfi.)
Land otnee at Enid, O. T. Oct . f>, lH9f>.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named set 1 ler has filed notice ofhis intent ion
\Y. W. LETSON, President.
J. FLEMING, Vici-I'i' y't.
honorable register and reeelv, _ ,
land office at Enid, O. T., oil Nov. *, 18i)a, viz. ut o. T. on November 1H, 189.),
CHARLES P. MARTIN, | REUBEN U. SEALER
for the southwest quarterof section II, town- for tju. northwest quarter of se
ship -4, north range 4 west. I. M. j townships, north range 7 W. I. M.
lie names the following witnesses to Ijrove | mim0H ,f0n<)Wl,ijr witnesses
and that said proof will made before ti
Register and Receiver of the U.S. land oftlc
at Enid, O. T. on November 18, 189."). viz:
REUBEN R. SEALER
BANK OF ENID.
his continuous re idei.ce'upoM and cultiva-
tion of said land viz: . • i
Williams. William , Garland I-. Headrick,
.lames II .lac Its and Joel M. Reger all of
Highland, O. T,
Look out for Faye's comet. It is
coming toward the earth with a ter-
No,lce Notice -or Publication.
(First, published In Tho Wave Sept. 19. IWJ | ,)ul)1is|u.(1 in tlll, Wuvc Octolier 10 1KB.'
To whom It may concern. | L.ind oitj,.0 j.;,,),) y, t., Ut
Bucklen's Arnica ba've.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, < happed
hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded. Price 2"> cents per box
For sale bv the Cherokee Php-^iacy
Not ice is hereby given that J. W. Gillespie
Hied mi the ii day of September, A. d. isto.
bis petition for ji license to retail Malt,
Soli ! nous and Vinous Liquors, on lot 2 , in
block I::, In the Clly of Knl«l, tiarlield county
Oklahoma territory, and llial unless objec-
tion to the same, as required by buv. he tiled
by the ili day of September, A. ■>. IKi . >:ii(l
petition will be granted.
I'. M. Kandai,i.. County I lerk.
Enid O. T., September 14, lStia.
(First published in Daily Wave Aug. 4 1MB.)
Notice for Publication.
In the District Court of Garfield County,
Notice Is hereby given, that in pursuanci
of an order of the Probate ' ourt of the coun-
ty of Kingfisher and Territory of Oklahoma
made on the 19th day of October 189S, In tin
matter of the estate of Wade I,. M<-> lung
minor, the undersigned, as the guardian or
W. L. Sic lung, the estate of said minor, will
sell at private sale for cash In band siihji
to confirmation of said I'robate Court,
Tuesday, the Bth day of November 1WI5, at .
o'clock p. m„ at South Enid, in said county of
Garlield, all the right, title, Interest and es-
tate of t lie said ade 1,. McClung. minor,
and all (he right, title and Interest that the
said estate lias, by operation of law or other
wise, acquired In and to all the certain lot.
piece or parcel of land, situated, lying and
being In the county of Garlield. Territory . -
Oklahoma, bounded and described as follow-
and upon the following terms and conditions,
All of the west half of the southeast quar-
terof section 8. township SS. north of range It.
west Indian Meridian In Oklahoma Territory
Dated this the 19th day of October, isnn
W. L. MCCI.I NO.
pub 10-£l-2t Guardian
Try as they may the high tariff
organs cannot delude the people with
the pretense that the business pros-
perty which the country is now en-
joying is due to the election of a re- |
publican congress last year. The
hard facts of panic and trade de-
pression while the McKinley tariff
was in force a too recent to be for-
gotton by those who suffered by them
Gnawing at the bedrock truth of a
business revival immediately follow-
ing the adoption of a low tariff can
only break the teeth of the high tar-
The benefits in the unemampled
000 workers during the past
by no means confined lo the
Notice for Publication.
fFlrst published In the Wave Oct. 24. lNttt)
Land otllee at Enid, e). Oct. 15,1896.
Notice is hereby"given that the following
named settler has Illed notice of his Intent ion
to make final proof In support of his claim,
ami that said proof will be made before the
register and receiver C S Land ollii e at. Enid
O. T. on December 9,1H95, vi/.:
for the north east quarterof section :*), town-
ship 24, range « west.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his colliInuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said land, viz:
.lames M. Schuyler, Jackson Uos-,.'nun • It
Ahlmt and Williams Davis, ull of Kremlin
i' '' \v. 11. Anderson, Register
Notice of Publication.
[First published in Dally Wave Sept II, IH9S.1
Land OtHcc ut Enid O. T. Sept. 10. Istc,.
Notice is hereby given thai i he follow ing
named settler lias liled notice of his lutein Inn
to make filial proof In support of his claim,
aim that said proof will be made before ieg-
Isirr and receiver II. K Land offlec at Enid O
T. on 14th. day of October, 1S93, vw
increase in wag -s of at least 1,5'K),- UwitEKT s. MADOLf1-
11 . for tho notheast quarter of section s, town-
! ship 21. range A. west I. M.
He names the followlngwltnesses to prove
, hlsconllnous residence uiion and cultivation
twomen receiving the higher wages sil|l| imid, \ l*:
With Increased facilities to buy, the
,workers in the cities, au I towns will sham, of Skeleton. c.,T^^ANneHstiN li, glsii
•everywhere consume <nore of the
farmers' products, thtv Increasing
the markets for all klndi of agrlcui-
•tural produce'. Idle men .and women
are not gooel customer* but with
■steady wotk a id higher wpges they
will use much.(treater quantities of
everything the farmer ha. to sell.
So that better wages under low tariff
will benefit the farmer just is much
as the waiker in he long run
A Con side hauls', quantity «v Teo-
liute was grown on the Oklahoma Ex-
periment Station ''artn this year.
Although Injured by the drouth and
chinch bugs, some of the crops fc.ive
a large yield one small plat at the
rate of 25 tons of gref n fodder per
acre. The plant is a large coar.o
grass somewhat resembling India*.
corn, having a less prominent stalk
and more abundant foliage. It doe.
not produce seed in thii country,
which will be an objection t.i its gen-
eral introduction as a forage plant.
It is a more difficult plant to barvett
than is corn or sorghum and the large
root development makes it more dif-
ficult to put the ground In good shape
for the succeeding crops' Stock
readily cat the leaves but there has
been little experiment work to deter.
mint tlir t'AUft feeding value of the
W. II. Andkuson, Register, i George W. 1
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said land, viz.
Emanuel Grayson, Charles E. Hunter, and
William 11. Crawford, all of Enid O. T„ and
| CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.
•neral Banking Business. South side of Square, Enid, O. T
Do a G
. of Norl h Enid,
w. II. Andkuson. K<
Lund office at EnidO
Notice Is hereby given
T., October l), 1805.
liled not Ice. of iiis intention
[ in support oi !iis claim
!" will be made before the
erat Enid, O. on No-
J esse lleed. plaintiff,
to make final pr
and that said pro
register and rec.
veinber 1H, 18U5, vi/.:
for lots3 and 4 and th< Houth half of the
iiort hwest quart« r of section 4, township «1
north range 5 weM.
lie names the following witnesses to pro\ e
j his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
1 tlon of said land, viz:
Spencer S. Duim at, Will hint II. •iarbh>.
I Sherman Hill and Solomon Enlow, all ol
! Enid, C). T.
1 * w. H. Andehson. Register.
Mary Jane Heed, defend t j
The above named deft .dant Mary Jane
Reed will take notice hat she has been sued
In the District court of Garfield county, Ok-
lahoma Territory. !>• the above named
plaintiff, Jesse lteed, and unless she appears
and answers or otherwise plead on or before
lie 1(1 h day of October 18il.r>. the petition of
■aid plaintiff Hied ill the otllee of the Clerk
of said Court will lie ml; n us true and .Indue-
nicut rendered accordingly, dissolving the
bonds of matrimony now and heretofore ex-
isting between the said plaintiff and defen-
Wltnes.s my hand and the seal of said Court
at Enid in said County and Territory, this
:ird (lay of September 1H95.
keaiil j. <-'• McClelland,
iy E. P. Kempbb, Jh. Dep'ty. Clerk.
(First published in daily Wave Aug. 1HU, .) j
Notice of Suit.
In the District Court of the Fifth Judicial!
District, within and for Garfield county, i
Nancy Kiugsolver, /
Henry Kiugsolver. \
The Territory of Oklahoma, to Henry King- |
solver, said defendant, greeting: i
The said defendant will take notice that ;
he has been sued in the above named court j
by the above named plaintiff for a divorce
and must answer the plaintiff's petition tiled j
therein on or lit fore the 5th day of October,
189T), or said petition will be taken as true]
and judgement wlll'be rendered accordingly, .
divorcing the plaiutiff from the defendant.
In witness wnereof 1 have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of said court sit j
Enid, O. T., this 21st day of August 18Hr>. !
(SKAIil • , C. MCl'lellani).
By E, l*. IvKMPF.lt Jk. Dept'y. Clerk
James T. Griffin, attorney for plaintjff.
IN GARFIELD COUNTY.
[First published Oetobiwt ISfti dally Wave.l
Charles G. Ca-e, Etta Case, Hill M. Wil-
liams, Cora Williams. Ella i'ratt and A. I.
Dunn, will tako notice that yo 1 have been,—
sued in the district court of Garfield county. Notice
Oklahouia'ter'itory, in an action wherein tlie | notice.
I Wiiv-Si !"• -4',wl'
ju whom It may concern:
Notice is hereby given that C. B. I tsler
filed oil the 19th day of September, A. >> IMK.
his petition f« r a license to retail malt,
spirituous and vinous liquors' on lot 17 in
block in ti e City of Enid, Garfield county,
Oklahoma territory, and that unless object-
ion to the same, us required by law. be filed
by the :ird diiy of October, A. I). 18115, said
SllS, IS piilllllin mm ju« *• it
fendants, and that you must answer plain-
ilff's petition filed therein on or before the
l"th day of November. 1H95, or said petition
will betaken as true and judgment will l e
rendered against defendants, ( liarles■ u.
fi.se Etta Case, Bill M. Williams, torn Wil-
liams, and J. I\. ilson for the sum of four-
teen hundred and twenty sl.N dollars, with
interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per; oy ine .iniiuij
•lniiuni from February lfl, 18U5, and costs of I petition will be *...
sult Mhlo a t,.ort",i|*e eve uted by defend- ; Knld II. T.. Sepi.-tuiM r 111,1 .
"liarles (i ( as-, Etta Case. BUI M. \\U- [seal] I • y Kandali..
ind Cora Williams and described in J t ounty t lerk
said petition be declared foreclosed and a
first lien to secure said sum upon the h>1 ow-
ing de-crlbed real estate situated in Garlield
county, ok-ahoma territory, to-wit: Lot
sixteen (1U> in block eight (8,) lots one (1,• t wo
f'ji and three CM in block twenty-one <2U lot
fourteen (11) in bloi'k twenty-seven (2ii all in
the city of Enid in said county and territory:
and that said real estate be sold according
to law to satisfy the foregoing .
and that each and all of the delem......
all persons claiming under tlicin be fore ye i
barred and foreclosed of all interest, lien
and ( nil v of redemption in and to said real
estate. Attest. J. C. McClki.lvNi>.
(brali Clerk District Court.
John F. Curiae, Attorney for Plaintiff'.
Notice for Publication.
(First pul llshed In Dally Wave July ^0. lrtVb
Land office at Enid O. T. July 20,1805.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed not lee of her intention
...* | to make tinal proof in support of her claim,
Judgment. 1 and that said proof will be in de before Keg-
ilants, and , ister and receiver of II S land office at Enid
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL.
SASH, DOORS AND SHINGLES
Together with everything else used in
building a modern house kept in stock.
Everything at Bottom Prices.
WORACEK & MILLER.
THE J_ J. DOUGLAS & CO.
Distillers of the famous Burbon Whiskies, j!
Bell of Anderson! Jim Douglass and Yosemite I
Rye. J. Kaufman, Ag't.,;;,
For Oklahoma Territory, Headquarter*, Kingli^lier, O. I ^
O. T. on August. 22, 1W>, viz
for the north west quarter, section
ship range 7, west I. M.
>he names tli following .vltnesses to prove
her coiii i.toils residence upon and cultivation
of said land viz:
Ned Flliebrown, William Holes, William II.
Hobb, all of EnWl, O. I'.. and William Laird
of North Enid, O. t.
w. 11. Aniieh-on, Register.
W. O. CROMWELL ^1
Attorney at Law (j
Next Id Bank of Knid, KNIO O. r
[First published in the Wave Oct. 17, ls *>.")
In the district court of Garlield county, Ter-
ritory of Oklahoma:
JI. nrletta M. Dixon, plnlntin', j
Charles 11. Dixon, defendant.)
The above named defendant. Charles U.
IX xoii will take notice that he linn been sued
by the plaintiff. Henrietta M. Dixon. In the
diHtrh.t court of Gartleld county, Territory
«)f Oklahoma, for a decree of dlvon-e. That
the defendant numt answer philnffff's peti-
tion tiled In this case in *uld court on or be-
fore the 2Wth day of November. lKlift, or the
ura v of said petition will be granted and a
doer**-of divorce entered for said plaintiff',
and judgement rondeivd nccordlngl V.
\Vltn*'ss 111v hand and seal of said court,
this. G*e IMKtlay ofUrtober. IHM6.
isk % 1.) J.C. Mi.'t 'i.ki.I.anil.
Clerk of District Court.
Garfieltl. ..unty Oklaluvnii territory. £
Moore lones Moow \tt'ys for plaintItr
[First publUiied in Dally W vvi Oct. ISlHftV]
In the IMst rlif Court In and for the County
of Garfield, Territory of Oklahon a:
G. M. I'ark**, plaintiff, )
(First publl«h«'d In the Wave
To whom It may concern:
Notice Is hereby given that I. II. Phillip^ ■
filed on the 26th day of September IHJJ6,
Ids petition for a license to retail malt, splr- Notice lor IrUDllcation,
Ituous and vinous liquors ou lot 24 Jn (Fjrst pul,ilsho(j jn I>ul|y \VUve Sept. 28. IH ;.
block !• in the city of Enid, Garfield tount) Land ofMce at Enid O T Sept. 2S, |sii.* .
Oklahoma Territory, and that unless ohjec- | Not,(.e ,s v given that the following
tion to the same as required by law iw tutu |Ul|m><1 |1>IS hI«h1 notice of his intention
on or before the 10th day of October, A. . 1o In:itiuUi proof iu support of his claim j
1WI . said petition will be granted. and that sahl proof will be made before the
Knld, O. 'I'., | n.uisu.rH,,,! nvrlvn- ot tin- I s lai.il otlli'i' ut |
t«K.\i.i • M«y'iW I
——— - ——• , jqj, ^jjg northeast quarter of section 19( town
ship 21, range .*>. west.
lie names the following witnesses to prose
, Ids continuous residence upon and cultlva-
i tlon of said land viz: ,
Michael K. Conroy. Charlie Scott. James
M. Clark and John I . Yoweli. all of Skeleton,
: Kansas City.
Dr. W. A. BERING
All work Fnllu Warranted.
OrriCE: East of Land Oillcfi ENU', VTjl
Miiry I. I'M**, Uefi'iuliiiil.! ., , , ,
Territory of Oklahoma, to saj.l defendant
Hvirv I. Parks, you will take notice that you
Iahj e been sued'in the above named court by
th nbove named plaintiff. G. M. Farks, and
that unless the said Mary I. I'.nl.s shall all-
uwe* llie petition of the said ti, M Parks. Hie
plaJiKftr In Mild cause on or before the 22nd
dav of November IK'.,, the petition will be
taken a«i true and Judgement will lie ren<b r-
ed against you In ravorof tlie plalntltl. dls-
solvTug I he bonds " ' "latfj |
matrimony bet ween
Notice for Publication.
[Hirst Published in dally Wave, Oct. 11, 1KH5.1
Laud Office, Enid, O. T., Oct. 11, 1 WV .
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make ilnal proof In support of his claim
■ • «— "'be made before the
S. land oil.- .
Kansas City, Mo,, Stock Yards.
ri . Jiiw.rwwvY-, 0.W.0LAW80N,Lo M. MONEY LOANED'
fhe North, East and West.®®0030 a.t. mustioh, i.o«me -< ■ , .
I IU Iiumii, 1.UOI; Ull McMURRAY, t 8*LEsurN. peejersFurn shed ]
SAM W WE8T,HoqSalesman, P„c j
J. W. I. GRAY, Office. Market Reports t roe. I
lO Hillio mini Ii in • "■ ■■■
mid that said proof will be made before ....
register and receiver of the F.S. laud otllee
at Enid..Oklahomaterritory on Novemln
JOHN A. KUlt'lIBAFM,
for the northeast quarterof section N town-
ship 21, range 7.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said land, vl/.:
Milton F. McMahan. William <. rhomas
.fames M. Linehaii and George Htuckerall of
W aukomls, O, T.
W . II. Andkiwon, Ueglster.
(First published In Dally Wave, July 11. HJ05.)
In the HI strict t'ourt lu and for the county >f
Garlield, territory of oklahoma:
Frederick I. Green, plalntltl',
* W II. Anderson. Ueglster.
Notice b^br Publication.
[First published In dally wave tfopt 20, lHtWS]
Land olbee at Enid O. T. Sept. 19, 189.").
Notice Is hereby given that the following-
named settler has tiled not lee of his Intention
to make tinal proof In support of hlh claim
and that said proof will be made before the
register and receiver of 1'. S. laud otllee at
Knld O. T. on October 21, lM,r> viz:
for the southwest uuarterof section 2(1. town-
ship £3 range • west.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his coiitlnuoi > residence upon and cultlva- ;
t Ion of said laud viz:
William II. King. John Jones, Walter Dot son
and Mack Hays, all or Enid. O. T.
•\. II. ANIM.USO.N Ueglster
The Wagoner Route via. Cofl'eyvillo
and Ft. Smith for
And all Pointa in
Jennie M. Green, defendant.
Territory of Oklahoma to
Jennie M. Green:
Von will take notice that you have been
ailed hi the above named court. by the above (
named plaint Iff, Frederick I. Green, and that
unless you. the said .Innnle M. Green, shall
answer the petition of sahl Frederick I
tirecn, the plaintltf in said cause, on or be-
fore thc24tli day of August. IMK>. the petition
will be taken as true and Judgment will be
■Uid d.-fo.idii.ii Notice l-'or Publication.
(First published In dally Wave Sept., 2H, IH9ft.i
Land ottlce at Enid, o. T„ Sept., 26, lHOfl.
Notice is hereby glvt ti that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his Inten-
tion to make tinal uroof In support of Ills
claim, and that Kuld proof will lie math be-
... , ... fori! t lie register and receiver at Enid O. T
will hrtjiki ii iis trill'iiml Jmlitmi'iit 11 !)• , r !. l« vl.-.
rendered against you In favor of the plalntltl linnfi«t m wri en
dlssoh ing the ImmicN of matrimony between UOIihltl >i r<Li li.
solving ine oonus ' •7.;" ;'';1 |,e plaint Iff and tlu> defendant, and dlvorc- foi the south half of north we-t quarter 21,
the philnGlf and the defend ant 1ami ill\ n J , ,, })|a|ul|,v f,..,,, you on t he grounds township 24. range H, went.
Ing (he said plaintiff from yon on the grounds f h , |o ,nu.llt. He names the following v
And the Southeast.
Chamberloin's Eyt> and CVir Olntocr.* j
Ih unequalled for Kczun;' li't ■'
Rheum, Hcftld llcud, Sore XIpiiK < "at# .
Iliinds, IleliiuR l'iles, liiirn-. ' " ! • ■
I'llrontcHore Kye.umd (irnruiiHted i a Lm -
For sale by druggists at 2o ceid - [u r A
TO HORSF O 1
For putting a horse in a line 1h d'.ii« 'v" jfl
dition try l)r. Cody's Condition ro'VtVe jj
They tone up the system, aid digest inn, ou^ p
loss of appetite, relieve constipoticn. eorrei
k idiiev dinordera and deBtro; ivo -nits t"vin>
ncv. iil'e to an old or over-workc.l l."i>". ■
jcnts pei packatrc For.mle by drug#|t'-^jj
Notice for Publication. ' 1
IFImt publUbMl Dully Wav# Bopt. 1«,
bknd i MBc*. K11I11.0> ••P*. "> IM" >4
• I< lii reliy lilviiii thai Hie j
.1 i\'Vi'.;.~ «r<-<i "'< >. '.-..r
,„„iiil,e mini priaif III suiipnri I"f lf>' " | 1
and that said proof will be made beToie n^
liig t he ,
In testlmonv whereof the elerk or saio
•ourt heu'W.tli set his hand and n til veil the
M'-aI of said court I2lh da,\ of October,
.1 i . Mrt'i r.l l.AM).
rntAi.) i lerk OMrlcf t'ourt
ft, f| .fm'Ud. MlN*\« plaintiff.
In testimony whereof, tin
onrt has hereunto ' ' ' '
the s. at ef said coal ^
W tV C'rtiawrH, Alty, fiv
lb-names the following witnesses to l
if. the clerk of sulci j his continuous residence upon and eul
Ids hand and anl.xed iion of said land viz:
• ii. M-um.i ™-i ...« Ilou of said laud viz:
f said court this nth day of .liny -amuel H. Kvmis of l.nhl
I I' u. ri H I.AM.
samuei i r.^mis ui r.nni, «... Henry
Wletters t'vrus Fiease and .lackson KosS all
of I. f ei'i' "
II ' ' -
For further iniorraatlon addrca*
II. C. TOWN HEN D,
Gcnrral I'aHscn^ci and Ticket Ajfcnl
; TiO'.jiv. Mo
rett'lsVei-anil receiver of the I'. S. land oW«1
at Enhl.o. T., on October 21, 1HH5. vlr:
FUEHKHIC t', t'llAMPLIN.
for lots Hand land.the southItnlfof the nortJL
west nuarter of section I township 2:i non q
range H west I, M J
lie names I he folhiwing wit in - < - ' " I'/Vj
ibis coiitlnnoiis residence upon and cult i*
• Ion of, said land, vl/: ...k
Solomon I ilronson. OutT II McAdaB
i i: <'orrler and Holomon S. I'orrieiw
W. II. AsnrHMON, Rr*l
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Isenberg, J. L. & Isenberg, Edna A. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1895, newspaper, October 24, 1895; Enid, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111614/m1/8/: accessed March 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.