The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 24, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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IT WATES, SURGES, ROAKS AND REBOUNDS, ONLY TO COME BACK AGAIN WITII GREATER FORCE FOR KNID, C. AR1-Il.t.l) ' UI Nl\, OKLAHOMA AND D
Vol. 9 —No. 16.
Enid, Oklahoma Territory, Thursday, April 24, 1902.
I Graduates' ann Teachers' Examnaton.
OCK>OOaOOOOC>OOO<C>CK«OaO)X>0OHO O <>0<> <>OOfi<>O : Miss Lou nates, the county super-
re . - „ . O intendent, of schools, requested the
For a New Suit of Clothes or a Pair of
Trousers go to
F\ G. ZIETZ,
PERFECT FIT at
MODERATE PRICES. 0
Don't make a mistake. 0
F. G. Zietz, Practical Tailor f
No. 1005 Maine St. Upstairs. o
South Side of Square. §
Wave to state that both the teach
ers and common school graduate ex-
amination would take place on Thurs-
day and Friday, April 24 and 25,
1902. The teachers examination and
the examination of the graduates of
the Enid school district, and those
districts close in, will occur in the
district court room in the court house
in Enid on said dates. Provisions
will be made fer the examination of
the graduates of other district pub-
lic schools throughout the county at
various places on the same dates.
No school in the county will be
neglected in this respect.
Miss Hates is determined to trtat
all schools in the county fairly in
these examinations and special pains
will be taken to facilitate the ad-
vancement of the common schools of
the connty. " 3-12 dltw.it
The Eeid &
Watch this Space. It will be occu=
pied by add of
The New Furniture Man,
3-1 lit f
Furniture and Undertaking
. aZE3ZSiaJ.il!Ill Hill III—^
SHORTEST AND BEST WAY
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
The World's Famous Health Resort.
TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY
Texas, Oklahoma, Indian
Territory and The West.
Cn All Trains.
For all information
rail on ticket acent
ot any line or addi e>-r
I. L. Rodgora, T.P.A.
Oklahoma, 0. t
Geo. H. lee,G.P.*T.A
Little Hook, Ark.
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has the .
MOST COMTLE1 E
A Trompt Ser-Vice.
Cheap Excurscn Rales.
The Rock Island Railway announces
cheap excursion rates to the follow-
ing points on their line:
To Salt Lake City on account of
the Elks meeting of the grand lodge,
tickets on sale Aug. 7, 8, and 9.
To Minneapolis, Minn, on account ot
Educational association July 5 and ti.
To Los Angeles, Cal., meeting ot j
1 Women's clubs, April 22 to 27th.
I To San Francisco on account ot tne
I Mystic Shrine, June 2 to 7.
! To San Francisco on account ot
! biennial meeting of Kr.ights ol
Pythias, Aug. 3 to 8.
Most women with female weakness
suffers dreadfully from piles in ad-
dition to their other pains.
may be cured by using I ABLhU a .
BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT. Price
50 cents in bottles, tubes. 75 cents, j
Watrous-Harley Drug store.
Autocrat Rye whiskey appeals to
gentlemen whose fancy runs toward
quality and purity. It holds in high-
est flavor with connoisseurs. It's 10
years old. Respect its age. Sold at
The Court Saloon.
An ounce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure, and a bottle of BAL-
LAD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP used
in time is worth a staff of physicians
with a drug store or two included.
Price 25 and 50 cents.
A large supply of the
very latest patterns of wall
paper just received ft the
Gem Pharmacy. Examine
our stock before making
your spring wall paper
WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE
not only effectually destroys worms,
it also increases the appetite, a-1"®
assimilation and transforms a frail
infant into one of robust health.
I Price 2."> cents. Watrous-Harley
• Drug sto(re.
i Sam Montgomery's Palace Meat
Market, east Broadway, is headquar-
ters for the best quality of tresh
meats, fish, oysters and wild game.
Stamm's old stand. 'Iryit.
■ 10-2.', (1&wt
I First published in the Wave, April 16 902
To Whom It May Concern;
[n Compliance with the provisions of Si-( -
tion 3, Chapter 22, of the Session Laws of
Oklahoma Territory for the year 1897,
notice U hereby given that II. It Decker, 1'.
I,- Decker and W. B. McGinnts of ttie tirrn of
De?ker Bros & Co., filed ou the 10th
day of April A ■ I>. 1902, their petition for a
license to sell ^t reiail'malt spirituoujand
rs, on Lots 13 14 l > ana i"
T Sale . . .
Offers floods at Rediicd Prices.
It is with pleasure I take the privilege of
making you p proposition that will be interesting
to vcu or anvo'ne who wishes to buy vehicles My
reasons for iraking the low slaughter price below
arc, I hav.i recei tly bought out my partner, Mr.
W. L. Gamble. On buggies that we have always
sold at $70, $75 $80, and $85 I will now make a
present of $10 to anv persons who buy one
of tho;? buggies thus mal es them at $00, 65, 70
n,d On our next grade which we have always sold
at prices of $5o. 55 60 and 65. I will maKe this
nrepi-sitiors: 1 will make e ch person or persons
•1 present- of $5 on each bugfii they buy. making
the cost to you S45. 5°. 55- ynd 6o- , Bag%ie&
harness at cost with each bupgy.
These rates will ho d good only for 60 days as
I have made these prices fur the purpose of seiling
the goods. Do not fail to fomc and take advant-
age of a bargain once in your life,
I als 1 have a full line of all kinds of farm
implements, including plows, cultivators, listers,
drills and harrows, inc uding also the Acme Har-
vester line the old Craver leader, the Mitchell
wagon, the Dempster Windmills and Pumps,
cylinders and pipe, all sizes and kind: Also a
full line of double, heavy team harness that 1 am
closing out at cost-
Anyone doubting these prices, can verily
them by calling and bringing this circular. I
- My place of business is south of
B southeast corner of square...
House contract blanks always lor
sale at Parker's book store.
The German Pharmacy has been
purchased by the Gem Pharmacy and
noved on East Broadway. 3-14 tf
vinous liquors, on v V.t
uwu :ifi Second ward In tne < ivy 01
Enid, O. T, April 16th, 1902.
..... Decker Uro«. & Co.,
Attest. By Ui B. Decker, Applicants.
(skai.) Fbask T. Hatter, County Clerk
(m r in- * <** "" "
Notice is hereby ^iven to tiie citi- j
zens of Knid and vicinity that all
who are not indebted to tjie under-
signed should become so within tin-
next 00 days, for we will sell and ercct
any kind of lightning- rod for 20 per
cent less than any other firm in the
territory, giving time without inter-
est, to suit the purchaser. 4-lld&wtf
W. C. Allen & Son.
Nearly every person keeps a tonic
medicine at this time of year to brace
up and invigorate the nervous system
to cleanse the bowels, liver and kid-
neys HERBINE is the best and safest
remedy to do this, as it will cure con-
stipation, regulate the liver and en-
rich the blood. Price, 50 cents. \\ at-
rou s-Harley Drug store.
AGENTS *10 dally, introducing onr Brill-
iant Gaslight Hurncrs, families, business
houses, banks, churches, private and public
buildings, buy at sight. These Burners are
what the people are looking or 1 hey do
not require a chimney (to break) or wink to
trim, and make no smoke or dirt. Kit any
coal otl lamp without expense or trouble,
und produce the best, cheapest, and c eunest
light. It is a great money maker for ngentu;
20n percent profit. Wrlto at once and got to
work right away. Sample free.
ENTEHl'UISE mkg. co.. it x < r'
Treat your stoma'ch aB your friend,
treat it right. Autocrat whiskey
gives good treatment. 10 years old.
Sold at The Court Saloon.
j Autocrat whiskey rules where good
| -vhiskey is known, is liked because it
| satisfies. Aged ten years before
I marketing. Sold at '(he Court
Oklahoma pensions were granted
as follows today: Washington White,
John S. Silver, Oklahoma City, $8.
Thornton -Brooks, Hennessey, $<
Wields a Sharp Ax.
Millions marvel at the mutitude of
of maladies cut off by Dr. King's New
Life Pills the most distressing to
Stomach, Liver and Bowel troubles.
Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Jaundice
Bilhousness, Eever, Malaria, all fa"
before these wonder workers. ^.<c at
German Pharmacy drug store.
— - - • • - Cleaned, Pressed, Dyed
First Class Cleaning Shop
Ladies Clothing in silk or wool cleaned
or dyed, kid gloves, cleaned or dyed.
Give me your order.
3-15 000 East Broadway, Enid, O. T.
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 24, 1902, newspaper, April 24, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112128/m1/1/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.