The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1898 Page: 1 of 8
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IT WAVBB. SURGES ROARS AND REBOUNDS ONLY TO COME BACK AGAI
N WTH GREATER FORCE FOR ENID. GARFIELD COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, AND DEMOGHAC*.
V]/* VtH-UME 5.
ENID OKLAHOMA TERRITORY THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 3,1898
"Oh, yes. I always knew that," replied the wife, "when I want anything in their
line that is good I can always strike a bargain there at a very cheap rate.
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T rriKiry of Ok la hom.i, Gartleld county.
In the I'robute Court fur said county.
I.dniunii !•'i:int,z a id II. V>'. Uauklii, doltiK
iinsliii-w i- Franti and Rankin, plalntltrs
• (.< I .1 r Manufactutliig Company. defend
Slid defendant, Tho Gelser ManufacturlnK
company will take notice tluii It has been
siieil In the above-named court upon n writ-
ten com ract for sum ofS'Hl commissions for
-.ale of machinery and must answer the peti-
tion tiled therein by ".lid plaintiff on or be-
fore the :ird day of December A. 1>. 1H98 or
-aid petition will be taken as true and .judu
nicut for said plaintiff in said action for sum
Three hundred and one, 801, dollars and in
t he attachment t herein granted, will be ren-
I ->*11 Attest Wm. M. Andekson,
W, <). t'r unwell, Attorney.for 1'lalntltT.
The Western Terminus of the "Choc-
taw'' Will 0avs a R«i road
by October 30th, '9g.
The Western iCxt. nsion of the
Choctaw Railroad will he completed
and trains running to ;,nd Itom
Weatherfoi (I t.ot later tiia.i Oct. 30.
Weatherford is in the southeast-
ern i>art of Custer county, Oklahoma
Territory, a distance, by wagon
road, of about thirty live miles south
west of Geary. It will command the
trade of Custer. Washita, Rosier
Mills, Day and I) counties, nearly
100 miles square ber-ides a portion ot
Greer county and the Kiowa, Coman-
che. Caddo and Wichita reserva-
Weatherford is destined to tnakei
one of the most important towns in j
the Territory. It affords opening j
for men in all kindsof business. No
such opportunity anywhere in the
Weatherford has pood well water. I
and running water for stock and will i
be a great cattle shipping point.
The Railroad Company has platted j
about 000 acres of land for the town-
site, and Weatherford being the |
terminus of the road, will naturally j
be a railroad town.
All who desire to know about the
town, or to get in on the "ground
Hoor," either for business or specu-
lation, should call upon or address
Mr Beeks Erick, Townsite Manager,
Weatherford, O. T.
In going to Weatherford, take the
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf R. R.,
at" El Reno, and between Oklahoma
City and Geary, and after October
30th, a daily passenger train will be
run between Shawnee and Weather-
ford. Connections *ith the Choc-
taw Railroad for Weatherford are j
made with the following lines of]
Willi the Kansas City, Pittsburg &
Gulf K. K v Howe. Indian, Ter.
With the St. L wis & San bVan-'iH-
cora. '.'".id at Wister Indian l et .
With the Ml- miri, Kansas & Texas
Ry at 8 ■■ M • A • -ter in liar. Ter.
With ' lie Atchison, Topeka & S i.i
ta p.- llv at O , ahotna City, O. T.
Wit ' . i:c;is!o, Rack Island &
Pacilic 1 ly at I'll Reno, O. T.
• w McLoud,
Ceii. Solicitor i n ciiargeof townsite.
,T. P. Hoi-DKN. Traffic M ma
tHJFF'S TELEPHONIC SHOCK.
Wilson. Klshty Miles Away, Confessed the!
Ho Harl Married His Daughter.
Just when Papa Huff, oi Atlanta
Qa., was in a most wrathful spell,
brought on by the news that. Elisa-
beth, his pretty daughter, hscl eloped
with Edward Wilson at.d gone to Grif-
ojo, a boy ran in saving, "Mr. Huff,
Homebody's ringing like i&ry for you
on McHeatb's telephore." Thinking
it was a customer wl. wanted to ordC
'amber, llufl corked tip hi« rage an#
went to tli8 wire.
"Hello!" he tiaiu; 'I'm Luff Vftsc
"Thl^ is " said the fellow ou the
Oriain end of the wire eighty milet
• Ed Wilson, and I'ye married you?
Llieie. Thought I'd let you k=ow «n'
•ue what you are going lo do about it.'
In a moment the telephone glif
thpught Huff wan going to drop.
Ml bojfan ahocf.ing ugly words over tin
Mire so fact that the current coujte't
carry them. "Now, what hare y«*r*
to say to that?" he wouad up.
5', by fiuu, and I hear I.ixaia nul*ir
too." TfcU mollifed the oMI ma*
and In rather repentant teneahe trot
*d; "Say, Eddie, 1 reckon yon m' M
le bad hatter eoaxi horn* • the If*
—John T. Kelly, a s« oessrui ionj
«rr er, in lnying down rules for tht
prociuctj'Jii of popular sentimental
songs. aay&. "OilJ must be careful nol
So aim too high"—a piece of advice thai
wiems to be strangely superfluous.
—Hbt. Simon Roundtree, a ..ilored
Baptist preacher, of Lincoln, Kiib., al ;
fcough ninety-nine years old. think*
"catrimony is far from a failure. H#
was recently married for the eighth
jure. The latest Mrs. Uoundtree It
toi cy-raur years his junior.
—Jlrs. Dias, J^ife of the president al
"Mexico, has founded many iustitutione
for the benefit of her countrywomen,
mong them a day nursery, a society to
teach women remunerative employ*
raent and an institution through whioa
giris out of work can obtain elnplcy
~A Massachusetts thief nas been
tysiematia'ily stealing canary birds
The theory Is that he carries a ladder,
jpfns second-story ■windows, as tl ;a«
ire usually left unfastened, quietly un
hooks the cage and carries off th#
songster. The police have not yet ap-
—Hon. .Tosiab Quincy, late ass-vtaii.
.eoretury of state, is referred t i by a
Uo.ston newspaper man as the betk
listener be eyer kpew. and says that ht/
Is not always giving interviews nor
ipeechify it'.g on all ooea«iciis as sorxir
iacn do, but lie 'Saw* wood, und hit
w<xvluiV 1. u bis on*"
nut tiiej haye a coquetry o' Uiclr owe
"hat is of*®« ivrosint.lKU N< tiinw
(fct on their hair. I.iilce Carmen, they
bave an eye for colors They wear th«
roughest of dresses, but under the aver-
age is a custom-made corset. And such
figures: Mont of tho collars are turned
fca. and the V-shjped corsage, finished
«lth a poise or knot of trreen, must be
seen to > e appreciated Every motioi
Is grace, every article—eren the tinfol/
loif njp of cheese, the twin urtl:hok
0f r«l hnthna in theii heads, tliopenc*
<n a green leaf • la Venus l her «h«U
—U artlstia—N. V World.
be almost en- |
ers. It given
puts them in
condition to do t'acir work
perfectly. That makes preg-
nancy less painful, shortens
labor and hastens recovery after
child-birth. It helps a woman
bear strong healthy children.
has also brought happiness to
thousands of lioines Darren for
years. A few doses often bring*
toy to loving hearts that long
for a darling baby. No woman
should neglect to try it for this
trouble. It cures nine esse* out
of ten. All druggists *ell Wine
of Cardui. |i.oo per bottle.
For advice In caw* requlrlnt mwW
directions, sddrcss. rtyise
th* " Lsdlcs Advisory
Ths Chsttanoora Madiclne Co.. Chstta-
Wi n I first tssk Wis* f Csffci
w® hae Uoe« marrl 4 thre*
••aid sot hits asy *U4r*«. •
cigntbs later 1 toe |lrl U>y."
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1898, newspaper, November 3, 1898; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112088/m1/1/: accessed December 9, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.