The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 24, 1902 Page: 8 of 8
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I Autocrat Rye Whiskey, |
■9 1C) Years Old, o
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. |
0 to try it is to love it. Thoroughly aged and ma
0 tured it is a most pleasing whiskey. It is equally
acceptable as a tonic or for medicine.
Tin • Court Saloon
? has secured the sole agency for this most excel-
| lent whiskey. §
! Old Autocrat I n o, |
1 Gourt Saloon, r™ R. Goon, Prop. 9
Dr. G-. S. BOWEN,
Physician & Surgeon.
Office Over First National
Residence 1709 Oak Street.
o. j. fleming. prb8idbnt.
f. h. letson. cashier.
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
Oldest bank in County.
Do a General]Banking Business.
The Wave has the following Legal
Blanks in stock and can furnish same
to anyone calling at the oflice:
Mortgage—Chattel, short form.
House contracts. a
Bond for costs. ^
Affidavit of Garnishment.
Summons in Garnishment.
Rock Island" Time TaDle.
..0 a. d
. ..U:3JJ a. di
. .2.20 p. ti
...X?.<J0 a. •
.. .10.5# p. 1
7 p. n
. .11.30 a m
The Wabash has just placed orders
for more than $3,000,000 worth of
eighty-pound steel rails.
This summer $1,000,000 in steel rails
will be laid on the Wabash lines to
Kansas City, to tOmaha and to Des
Sixty thousand tons of steel rails
will be laid on the Wheeling and
Lake Erie and 011 the Pittsburg divi-
It is the intention to have the rails
for the Western lines down in time
for the World's Pair in St. Louis.
Contracts for the work will soon be
let, and the construction will then
2days from Kansas City
El Paso - Short - Line
Daily Tourist Cars.
TUESDAYS .t THURSDAYS
The Low Altitude Route.
Als Personally ( inducted Tourist E.xour
siotis Evory '-Wdm-aday and Friday
Via OOMtKADO AM) St'KMC I.ME,
QUICKEST TIME TO EL I'ASO
Best Line To Old .Mexico.
For full Information address -
e. w. Thompson, a. ti p. a , Tnpeka, Kalu
john sebastian, U. p. a , Chtfago.
No. 2, Mall ar.J Express
No. 4, Mall and Express
No. 38, Express
No. 32, Local Freight
No. 3 Mall and Express
No. 1, Mail and Express
No. 35, Express
No. 31, Local Freight
Enid and Billings Linh. x
No. 142 departs 9,50 a. 11
No. 141 nrrWes 'I*v0 W n
Tlcke sold to all points and bapga.^
etaeeke through.to destination.
A I,ips'own A'
Has put on a new t'rain known as the
"Oklahoma Limited" between Okla-
homa City and Kansas City. This is
the fasstest and finest equipped train
out of Oklahoma for Kansas City, St.
Louis and Mempois.
The "Oklahoma Limited" leaves
Oklahoma City at 0:10 p. m. arriving
at Kansas City 7;40 next morning, St
Louis 5;3o p. m. and Memphis 5;00 p. in.
It consists of baggage and three
(3) chair cars, and one(l) Pullman.
The Pullman sleeper and one chair
car goes through to Kansas City with-
out change, one chair car through to
St. Louis, and one through to Memphis.
The return train leaves Kansas City
9;20 p. m., arriving Oklahoma City
10:55 a. m,
Further information regarding
rates, time, etc., will be cheerfully
given by any Frisco Sj'stem Agent or
B. F, Dunn. tf
District Passenger Agent,
_ McClane & Reed
Carry a well selected line of th« bwt men*
of Pianos, Organi, Stringed Instrument*
Horns, Etc. McKee block opposlts Lane-
W. F. HAMPY
Blacksmith and Carriape
Horseshoing a Srecialty.
All kinds of Repairing
neatly done and Satisfac-
tion iruaranteed. One
block west of N.W. corner
public square, Enid Okla.
Beer and Pop
Agents for Anheuser - Bush
Pabst Breweries. Manufactur-
era of Soda Pop. Goods dollv
ered to any part of the city.
O E Street.
Telephone No. 10.
Marshall Mercantile Go.
General Supply House
803 Grand Ave.,
ENID, - * OKLA.
FARMS FOR SALE!
BY L. D. BAKER.
I have got 'em for sale all over'
the connty; farms of all kind^
and prices. Office Wood bldg*.
No. (KM Passenger
No. 005 Passenger.
No. 541 Accommodation
FORD CHAPMAN, MGR.
Old Supreme Judge Whisky, 10 years
Nothing but the finest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars on Pale. All whiskies
from 7 to 12 years old; strictly pure
goods for medicinal purposes.
Pabst and flnlienser Beer
7.40 a. m
10.10 a. m
8.58 p. m
for all kind" of seeds. I will furnish farm-
ers with Castor liean Seed FUEK arid will
agree to take their crop at $1.10 per bushel,
delivered to me In the fall,
FRANK KIRK, ENID
For reliable abstracts
RUSH & STEEN
flttorneus at Law
Day Block, - ENID, OKLA
DR. E. F. K. SPARKS -
! -■*' Office over Watrous-Harlfy
! Dru« c°'su>re-
R. A. Ogdbn, Agent.
Randels & Grubb.
Ring up phone 33, place your order
for coal, flower seed etc. 4-8 :d&w2w
The German Pharmacy has been
purchased by the Gem Pharmacy and
moved to East Broadway. 3-14 tf
Twin Territories, the Indian maga-
zine, is steadily increasing in popular
ity with each new issue under its new
management. It is a forty page mag-
azine, edited by Miss Ora V. Eddie-
man, at Muskogee, and is full of read-
ing m^t I er t hat the resident of Indian
Territory and Oklahoma will enjoy,
articles pertaining to afTairs of the
two territories, stories, poems, etc.,
written by territory people, and is
illustrated with scenes photographed
here. Every home in these two terri-
tories should have this magazine, it
will be sent to any address one year
for one dollar, or six months for fifty
cents. Address Twin Territories,
Muskogee, I. T.
Closing out sale of parlor
goods. Enid Furniture
Moote's Pilules are a guaranteed
curt t. r ..ii forms of malaria, ague
chill- -tnil I'Yvrr, Malarial Fever
Blimus CVvt r, Jaundice, Biliousness
f,-t cl oath and a t'red, listless feel-
in:'. ' nr-y cure rheumatism and
thai Miude following hlood poison
jiroili • d from malarial poisoning.
a e. No arsenic, acids or
Iron. Di not ruin stomach or teeth.
RntireU tasteless. Price r>< c per
box Dr. C. C. Moore & Co., No. 311
wor< li Main street, St. Louis, M>>
"The Best Is the Cheapest."
Not how cheap, but how good, is
The twice-a-week Republic is not
as cheap as are some so-called news-
papers. But It is as cheap as it is
possible to sell a first-class newspaper.
If prints all the news that is worth
printing. If you read it all the year
round, you are posted on all the im-
portant and interesting affairs of the
world. It is the best and most relia-
ble newspaper that money and brains
can produce—and those should be the
distinguishing traits of the newspaper
that is designed to be read by all
members of the family.
Subscription p ice, $1 a year. Any
newsdealer, newspaper or postmaster
will receive your subscription, or you
may mail it direct to
St. Louis, Mo.
The (heat Dismal Swamp.
Of Virginia is a breeding ground of
Malaria germs. So is low, wet or
marshy ground everywhere. These
jrertns cause weakness, chills and fev-
er. aches in the bones and muscles and
may induce dangerous maladies. But
Electric Hitters never fail to destroy
them and cure malarial troubles.
They will surely prevent typhoid.
"We tried many remedies of Malaria
and Stomach and Liver troubles,"
writes John Charleston, of Byesville.
O., "but never found anything as
good as ElectriciBitters." Try them
Only 50c German Pharmacy guaran
Ross Implement company drive
wells, repair pumps, sell bath tubs,
erect windmills and tanks, t all and
get figures. , 10-15 dvftf
Perfect digestion is the only foun-
dation for perfect health. The food
we eat riaUes all the blood we have,
which in turn feeds every nerve,
muscle and tissue in the body. HER-
B1NIC quickens the appetite, aids
digestion gives tone and vigor to all
the functions and ensures j^ood health.
Price 50 cents. Watrous-Harley
We are now offering a genuine high grade "bicycle
fitted with Morgan and Wright tires, and all the best
equipments for $12.50. Send $1 and we will send by
express to you, with privilege of examination. If
wheel is not satisfactory, return to us, and we will
refund your money.
Second Hand Wheels from $3 to $8
We are headquarters for Guns, Ammunition, Sporting 'Goods.
Fishing Tackel, Gasoline Lamps, and Gas Fixtures. £
Our repair shop is one of the best equspped in the west, ani we ^
are prepared to do all kinds of Model work, and Stencil cutting-- &
We make a profession of barbers novelty work, grinding clippers, *
and scissors, etc.. copper, silver, nickel and gold plating, our
Write us for estimates on any work you have. Reference any *
bank or business house in the city.
G. M. LITSON & CO. I
Bicycle and Novelty Works ti
P0 South Main St, a-" «*• Wichita, Kansas f
THE $ ONLY % GERMAN
In Garfield County, O. T.
DR P. v. LOHEN.
Physician and Surgeon.
Studied, Graduated and Pro-
moted inGeruian Universities.
Women's amf Chronic diseases
a specialty. Twenty-fouryears
t . Cropper, () T.
.... Copyrights &c.
AriTone finding a sketch and description may
auiclily ascertain our opinion freo whether ni
intention Is probably patentable. C oniniunicn
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on I at cuts
sent tree. Oldest agency for securing patents.
l'at.eifla taken through Munu k co. recelv«
p«rial notice, without chHreo, in tho
A handsomely illustrated weekly. T.nrpest cir-
culation of an? scientific Journal. rl ernis, f. r
year ; four months, $L tiold by all newsdealer*.
MUNN & Co.3810^^ New York
branch Officc, 6^™ yt... Washington. I). C.
Choctaw, Oki.ahoma & Gulf R. K, Co.
v EST BOUND.
I Trn. No. 11 Tin No. H
The German Pharmacy has been ,
purchased bv the Gem Pharmacy ani
niofed on Kast Broadway. 3-14 trI
./ Doctor's' Had Flight.
Two years ago. as a result of a se-
vere cold, I lost my voice," writes Dr.
M. L. Scarbrough of Hebron, Ohio,
"then began an obstinate cough.
Every remedy known to me as a
practicing physician for 35 years,
failed and I daily grew worse, lleino-
urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
I found quick relief, and for last ten
day.^ have felt better that for two
years." Positively guaranteed for
Throat and Lung troubles by German
Pharmacy. 50c and $1.00. Trial bot-
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ROCKY HOUrJTAIN TEA
rude ml;' by T iadHo:: Medl-
Madisnn, W! . It
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rut ■ :k«g*.
Between St. Louis and Kansas City-and
f ORT WORTH
And principal points in Tex.'is and <bi South-
west. This truin is now throutfluxit and is
niado up of tlio finest oquipmeDt, provided
with eloctric lights and all other rnodom
traveling couvenioncoe. It runs vil ogt now
FSedl Kiver Bivisson,
Every appliance known to motMrro
building and railrondlng haa been * rapi< ;««
In the mako-up of this .service, includtntj
CaSe ObscTvalion Cars®
under the management of Fred. Harvey,
l-'ull information as to rates and ailtletailH 01
a trii) via this now route will l)^ ■cheerfully
furnished, upon application, by any. repre-
sentative of the
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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; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112128/m1/8/: accessed March 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.