The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 4, 1898 Page: 1 of 8
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^^VES.SU^GES^OA^^^^ AGA.N WITH GREATER FORCE FOR ^T^FTBID CoTNT^K^O^O^^
ENID, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1898
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f andbu „ f , I ^ I'"1 The duil season U here. The dog days of August axe just ahead. It's the time of the year when the quiet streams take on a Green Scum
<IS Cleu^n ? 1 S W UnheaUby inaC"V,ty- *#U «•*« '" « •-"" t, work an* want to not d« anything but rest. Now is the season of discontent and
A\ newsoaTr or " T°Z LikeWi'e the *ea80n of g-en jealousies in competitio n wh.n the ia,^ constitute, himself into a censorship to tell you not to believe
muni- ti ^ ^ t0, ?e° ,hr0Uk'h the Pai>erS: WC Verl,y °Ur 1>riCe?: WC mean jU8t What We tel1 >'<>u <" the PaPer°i I hey are our medium of com-
municrttion, we are alive to the fact and know the value of newspaper advertising. Again we say: times like these give us that T. F.
.w 17 Men's suits No. 6381, Scotch blacK and white min
good values at 8$ will close 5.75
9 men's suits No. 802Q pin stripe Gray frocKs, stylish,
worth $10 Oyclone 6.50
No 1147. only a few left worth Io. 50 the going price is 6. 75
13 men's suits No 3015 brown plaids, all wool, worth $1 ;
must go at 6.50
No 2722 is a black Scheviott, a good thing, sale price $7.
We wish to call particulnr attention to
our line in this department: we carry a
full line celebrated Monarch Brands in
Men's and boys shirts, also a complete line
of the Coon brands in collars and cuffs;
these well known brands need but little
talk: there may be some as good but none
7 dozen No. TOO Balbriggan silk finish
worth 75c, close at 35c.
12 dozen No. 9o6 natural mixtures, good
50c must go at 25c.
No 905 Angola mixtures sold at 65 Cy-
clone price 25c,
64 dozen No 70 Mens Jersey Ribbed solid
comfort worth 75c our price 25c.
114 Dozen No. 11.15 Ribbed good value worth 45c we will ciose at 20c.
lOdozen No 50 mensLinette Drawers worth 75c will go at 50c
Broidery de Paris worth 22c Cyclone price
Lace stripe swiss k' 20c "
Jaconet duchesse " I8c "
Chiffon crepe " 12^
Madras lace jaconas " Io
Elemine Royal " 8
We quote a few of our bargains:—Ladies' Oxfords for 75c, U8c,
1.25, 1.50, and 1.98. These bargains are absolutely worth 50 per ct
more than we are asking for them and cannot be duplicated in Enid
Mens Oxfords worth 1,75 for 1.25; mens plain shoes from 98c to
1.25: mens full stock calf shoes 1.50,
Childrens and'misses shoes from 20c up to 1.98.
/jj\ East side of square-
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We have just received about 2,000 yards percales,
lawns and prints of every description from the mills in
lengths from one to ten yards, wortn from 6c to 20c per
yd, which we will place On sale FRIDAY., Aug.
5. promptly at 8 o'clock at 3c per yard
THE CYCLONE JUNIOR,
Opposte land office. vt/
It was reported yesterday that
Manila had been surrendered to Dew-
ey. but the latest reports do not con-
in ten nowa-
dare to run out
and bare hand-
ed and frolic
and snow ball
They have to
be muffled up
they dare ven-
ture out in se-
and even then
at the thought
of rollicking in
the snow as
The trouble lies in the fact that too few
Women enjoy perfect hfcalth and strength
of the special womanly organism. A wom-
an who is not well and strong locally can-
not enjoy good general health Dr. Pierce's
favorite Prescription cures all weakness
and disease of the delicate and important
organs concerned in wifehood and mother-
hood. It is the most perfect and scientific
remedy ever devised for the peculiar ail-
ments of women. It restores womanly
power, strength and virility. It tones and
builds up the nerves which have been shat-
tered by suffering and disease. It corrects
all irregularities and derangements and
stops exhausting drains. It restores weak,
nervous invalids to perfect health. It is
intended for this one elass'of disorders and
is good for no other. It is the discovery of
Dr. R. V. Pierce, for thirty years chief con-
sulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute, at Buffalo. N. Y. No
other known medicine can take its place.
" I have been troubled with femtile weakness
ttiat my physician called catarrh of the womb,"
writes Miss Tean Conner, of Catfish,Clarion Co.,
I'a. "I doctored for it and did not yet better
At last T commenced taking Dr. Piercers Favorite
Prescription. I got bettei right along and when
1 had token four bottles wit- cured. 1 recom-
mended the 'Favorite l'r 'riptlon t > .1 friend
of mine She has been i :.*ie i' ' thirl- It
Constipation is a little illness that if
neglected buildB a bii; one Dr Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets cure om-.Cp.iti ■ One
little "Pellet" is a gentle 1 nti uid two
a mild cathartic. They n.-v i
The kid king of Spain is really in
hard luck. In connection with his
war troubles he is laid up with tne
The Kansas City Times intimates
that the nomination of a Rough Ri-
der would not suit the ambition of'the
smooth riders. "That's so too."
Our old friend Rebecca Rosenburg
is building a three story stone chick
en house on his farm near Guth-
rie. It will be constructed with
an elevator running to the third
Our Uncle Jacob Adini re says that
Grimes is not nor never has been, a
candidate for delegate to congress.
Well,,we all know better, dear Uncle,
your words simply indicate that
Mr Grimes is quite sure that there
is no hope for a republican candidate
The wife of 1. H. Stryker, formerly
Register of Deeds for Oklahoma
County, reported her husband lost to
the police of Kansas City.Q He sent
Mrs. Stryker to Kansas City promis-
ing to meet her there in a few days
hut she has not seen him since July
13th. Stryker is forty-five years
The Guthrie Capital says that the
republican party of Oklahoma was
never more harinunious. If this is
true the time certainly was when the
republcans of Oklahoma were using
rapid fire guns ori each other instead
of ordinary clubs, as they are now.
If Oklahoma Republicans love each
•" heir methods of expressing it
' ry indeed. K. C
Bank Examiner Pugh has just is-
sued his second quarterly report of
the condition of Oklahoma banks,
which is summarized as follows: Re-
sources—Loans and discounts; $1,420,-
202.99; warrants and bonds, $78,388.74;
overdrafts, 855,786.09: real estate, fur
niture and fixtures, $159,784.96; Cash
and su'ht exchange, 81,561,262.37. to-
tal, $.'1,275,525 15. Liabilities—Capi-
tal, $509,786.69; surplus and profits,
$205,153.28; deposits, $2,560,484.18; to-
tal, $3,274,425.15. In reserve, 60 per
cent. Gain in deposits since last
statement, May 5, $79,475.14, a gain
of 75 per cent in deposits in the year.
Loans increased in the last year $293,-
407.62, a gain in cash since July, 1897,
AN IMPORTANT MOVEMENT.
A meeting of county commission-
ers and clerks has been called to
meet at Oklahoma City, August 10,
1898, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the pur-
pose of taking steps "toward" mak-
ing a united effort in resisting the
unlimited power exercised by the
Territorial Board of Equalization in
arbitrarily raising the assessed
valuation of the different counties."
We hope the clerk and commission-
ers of this county will attend this
meeting, or at least see that the
county is represented.
In tooting their horn for their side
of the territory, the east side fellows
drop a word or two about the central
and western sections being short
grass countries. In some respects
their talk does us good. It keeps cir-
cuses from coming among us to take
thousands of dollars out of the coun-
try. Besides we escape the ravish-
ments of thousand:, of other fakirs
while we enjoy Garfeld county's In-
come ot six nullons a year.
Gunninaham & Groooer.
Implement Dealers oi Okiancma.
Have in stock the celebrated
Crescent s Menari
Bicycles and a full line of Bicycle Sundries, also
The RaGine Bnooies-
of all sizes and patterns. Call and see them.
You are always welcome, dw 2 21
First Published July 27, 1M«K, Daily Wave.
To whom It. nmy Concern.
Notice Is here by Klven that Geo.
M Inner filed on the 27th day
of July A. 1). I SOS tils petition for license
to Retail Mull, Spiritous and Vinous I,lq-
vors, on Lot 21 In block 9 In the City of
Enid, Oarfleld County, Oklahoma Territory,
and that unless objection to the same, as
required liy law, be tiled by the 12tli day of
Aug. A. I> lSftSsald petition will be granted.
Enid 'J. T. July 27th 1SMH,
J*s. A Tagoakt, County Clerk
Thk following took the civil ser-
vice examination in Guthrie Wed
nesday; Koseoe Boles and H. V. Hcn-
sley, oi Peiiy: E. G. Welch, of Alva;
V. W. Whit ng and Claire Drew, of
\d; W. T. Evans of Guthrie.
Pirst published July 1U, 1808, Dally >\
To Whom It may Concern.
Notice lnteiebyKlvon that John I'rtv ml
Krank Kojur. tirni name, John t roan ro.
filed on the 13th day of July, A, 1>. IhliS, ir
petition for a license to retail u ill
spiritous and vinous liquors ou lot 4 bl <13
In the city of Enid, Garfield county, oi laho-
ma territory, and that unlessol) jeel inn Im
same, as required by law. ho filed by v >ili
day of July A. I). 1S98, snld petition vP? bo
Enid, O.T. July 13, lsvs
J At. A. TAOniRT, Count,J erk
Hy B. F lltimmmi*, ! . > h
The north cemet e< y is well io, ;i od,
but a halt section no ■ 1 ■■ ouhl
be provided whir1. . 1 , !>
street this city.
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 4, 1898, newspaper, August 4, 1898; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112075/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.