The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1900 Page: 7 of 8
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CURE, FOR ft
A bad complexion is the
indications of a disorder-
ed liver. The liver
secretes an excess of bile.
This excess is taken into
the circulation. The re-
sult is yellow skin, pim-
ples, blotches, etc,
* Our Cascara Uablets.
Will cure the worst com-
plexion caused from con-
stipation; they will bene-
fit a complexion that is
One tablet at night and
one the following morn-
ing, twice a week, will
clear the skin of liver
blotches and pimples, im-
prove the digestion, reg-
ulate the bowels and
bring no unpleasant re
o suits with them.
| Price i5 cents a box, and
'•Your money bacK r
you want it"
THe Watrous-ttarlGU Drug Go
( 79 Day Call.
telephone | nirht call>
No. 901 Grand Ave., Cor. Broadway
CLAPP'ci SAFE FOUND.
The Coldwater P(^tmaster is in
Luck. Not a Dollar had
been Removed from it.
Last Monday the Wave Rave an
account of the stealing of Postmaster
J. P. Clapp's small safe, containing
$301, from his residence at Coldwater
Sur.day night. Yesterday the safe
was found safe and sound in a corn
Held, one and a half miles west of
Coldwater, on tne farm of John
SchriderJr. It was hidden in a buf-
falo wallow where tall grass grew,
an<S much to the surprise of Messrs.
Clapp and Pope, to which firm the
money belonged, It had not been
opened, bence, they recovered all the
money and the safe as sound as it
ever was. The Coldwater people had
b_>en out searching the country round
about since Monday morning, expect-
ing tofind the empty safe some where.
Suspicion seemed to rest on John
Scbrider Sr., John Schrider Jr., and
Bud Myers. They were arrested and
brought to town yesterday afternoon.
„udge Beauchamp placed the bond
at $500 each for their appearance, in
efault of which they were placed in
jail. All three of the men avow their
innoceuse and it is to oe hoped that
they are. The evidence against
them is merely circumstantial as re-
ported to the Wave. As usual the
is practiced on our customers. The
drugs and medicines called for are
And these are at all times the pur-
est and best obtainable. We use
every effort to secure the most rtlia*
ble goods and sell only such as are
fresh and in perfect condition.
here are always efficacious because
'Phone 90. West Side of Square.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
A Hard Rock Substance.
The cowboy preacher, who is desti
Wave will not try the case previous I tute of a veneration bump on his
to the action of the courts. Messrs. head, is devoting considerable air
Cianu and Pope were very glad to space to the Wave and its editor in
secure their money. his nightly devil crushing «ceance8
on the street corners. The attack of
Brave Explorers I the wave by the cowboy reminds us
and ague, and typhoid disease germ* attempted to split it open wuh a
than savage cannibals; but thousands hammer. Let the good boy con-
have found that,elec"ic^'tr^[siiaa tinue hammering away at the Wave.
I. *. subject, and while he ie
aches in back of neck and head, and lacerating the Wave he is not abus-
tired, worn-out feeling, a trial will hn^r other good and useful citizens of
Don't Put it Off.
Come and see our big line
Heating and Goon
Best Bargains and Assortment in Enid.
G-et our Low Prices
Also, a BlgJLlne of
And aMUNITION For Sale or Iient
Our Prices are Always Right.
Fritz Hardware 6o.
In order that our distant
may enjoy the screaching
See the cheapOak stoves at Frantz's
Hardware store. 119dwlm
Oon't forget the Christian church
Extremely pretty, those new belts
at The Peoples Store. 1120d*wlw
Great big ''Injun" shooting match
at the fair grounds today for turkeys
Bargains all this week at Bowers
Silk for waists that was $1, now 80c
1126 __________ d6twl
Tomorrow being Thanksgiving and
a legal holiday the Daily Wave will
not be issued.
judge McAtee discharged the jury
in attendance at the district court
until next Monday morning.
John Walters sold a good short
horn cow for $150 yesterday. John
said that cow went dirt cheap as she
was worth fully $-00.
There is a mov. ment on foot look-
ing to the organization of an Enid
club. The membership fee is set at
$100. One of the o jects of the club
will be the purchase of Schiller hal'.
The property is held at $15,000.
convince you of their merit. W. A. i™ .j
Null, of Webb, 111., writes: My
children suffered for more than a year readers —j ,
with chills and fever; then two bot- phyloaophy of the cowboy extrava- j Q *-*/- /-kn TTd TI H
Ties of Electric Bitters c-.red them. ' ganza we wou,d s„Kgest that they NeW and beCOIICi Jiaiia.
Only 50c. Try them. Guaranteed. an old empty tomato can,
Sold by The Gem Pharmacy druggist, •« ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
910 Broadway. lf it) then 8tick it up 0n a picket
The railroad company should keep fence with the mouth toward the
a night watchman around their yards wind, then put your ear to the ground
to make the hobos move on. The | and listen.
city should have at least one mounted
. .1 i.up rpqidpnee Stamm is the Man.
policeman to patrol the residence
portion of the city in the night time. Go to Theo Stamm s Butcher Shop
If these suggestions were followed and get fresh head cheese, liver-
the Wave believes that there would wur8t, blood pudding, weiner-wurst,
be much less horse stealing and petty or> in fact, anything in the meat
thieving going on within the city market line. Game, fresh fish, oys-
lmit8 |ters, veal, always kept on hand, as
good as cau be purchased. Mr. Tom
The Ladies'Aid Society of the M. Mclnteer, an A No. 1 sausage maker
E. church have nearly perfected ar- and ghop tender, is always around to
.. *,s, n hpld I weiconje yOU. Try us. 1110 tf
rangemenls for their fair, to be held
Dec. 5th and 6tb, in the lecture room
of the church. Many useful articles
will be for sale. A cordial invitation
is extended to all to come and look
through the display whether or not
they desire to buy. Proceeds to be
applied on church debt.
Listen to the rattle of the cars',
exclaimed a young man, as he 'saw
bevy of finely dressed maidens crossing
the Hubbard house crossing Sunday
from church. The girls looked at
him as though he were a brute,
turned up their noses and went on.
They thought he said "There goes
the cattle to their cars."
Of course the new county commis-
sioners, Messrs. Jayne and Ford, are
receiving just oodles of advice as to
how to manage county affairs. Some
of the advice naturally contains hid
den schemes, but as the new commis
sioners are intelligent men of very
apparent good judgment it is not
likely that schemers will secure
Of Every Description.
809 Grand Avenue.
Fleece liaed outings,
now 8c. P. Bowers.
11 26 dfitwl
Stoves blacked am set up by Frantz
Hardware Co. JlO'd&wlm
Made Youn,; Again.
"One of Dr. King'- New Life Pills
each night for two w -ks has put me
in my 'teens' again, """ltes •
Turner, of Uempseyt■ wn, Pa. rhey
are the best in the world for liver,
stomach and bowels. Purely vege-
table. Never gripe. Only 25c at
The Gem Pharmacy drug store. 910
Thanksgiving services will be held
at the Baptist church in the morning
and at the Methodist church in the
eyening. Rev. Porter will preach
the morning sermon and Rev. Wor.
then the evening sermon.
Senator Rick Messall is spending
many happy days on the east side
since the election. It is suspicioned
that the young senator is tryingtodo
a little fixing.
Several new brick blocks are being
planned for Enid. Guess Enid is go-
ing to stay in the lead and rush Okla-
homa City close on being the biggest
town in the territory.
E>ytj. tar. Nose and Throat.
ENID EVERY OTHER TUESDAY.
RFFEHENCES'.-Drs. McKenzie, Kelso,
Champion and Felld. at whose
offices he may be consulted 7
Nov. 20, Dec. 4 and 18
The controller of the weather seems
to have recovered from the result of
the election, Wc are having fine
sunshiney days now.
Jackets we are closing out at 25r.
discount. P. Bowers. H26d6twl
Decker Bros. &.Co., are having
fine frame addition added to their
building on South Grand avenue.
The new addition will be used as an
office in front. The back part Will be j
the bottling department of the es.
tablishment. This firm has built up
a good trade in the wholesale liquor]
business in Enid in a short time.
The long distance telephone will be
located in the room of the German
Pharmacy on the west side. The
phone has not been placed yet, but
will be in a few days. This will give
Palmer Brandow an opportunity to
taU to his .friend, Dave Hill, in Al-
bany, New York, and exchange their!
A good man with modern ideas of
business to sell to tne drug trade.
To one who is reliable, energetic, of
agreeable disposition and capable of
handling the best trade we are pre-
® The wholesale and retail ±
And _^meat market.
Northeast Corner of square.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Teas, Coffees. Spice and FailGU IllXlirlCS.
Meat, Provisions, Flour, Meal,
Feed and Hay, Garden Seeds,
in bulk for Country Produce.
Hides and PeltS'purchased at highest Market Price.
l. a. faubion,
T\ ENID OKLA. 2-li £
handling the best * , ? ai 1 parts of the city
pared to offer a very profitable posi- £
tion. Send references as to charac-
ter and ability as a salesman. LAKE
SIDE MEDICINE Co., 385 Wells St.,
Chicago. 11 27 d2t
Many people are suffering fearfully f
from indigestion or dyspepsia, when
one single bottle of Herbine would
bri"g akiout a prompt and permanent
cure A lew doses will do more for a
weak stomach than a prolonged
course of any o> her medicine. Price,
50c, at The Gem Pharmacy, 910
We black and set up stoves in all
Lost—Ladies black pocketbook,
containing about $2.40 in change and
$15.25 in coupon tickets of Cornelius
& Parks. Finder please leave same
at this office. 1126#d2t
Don't Forge ti
Tickets on sale at Watrous-Harley
drug store for Miss Flower's concert
at opera house Wednesday evening.
Editor Sees Wonders.
Editor W. V. Barry, of Lexington,
Tenn., in exploring Mammoth Cave,
contracted a severe case of Piles.
His quick cure through using Buck-
len's Arnica Salve convinced him it n
another world's wonder. Cures piles,
injuries, inflammation, and all bodily Bowers,
eruptions. Only 25c at The Gem
Pharmacy, 910 Broadway.
To RENT:—Vacant rooms to rent to
gentlemen, Inquire at Mrs. Smith's
rooming house, west of Presbyterian
Buy Ued Cross Ball Blue
A new High Arm Singer sewing
machine, cost $55, been used about a
we"«, will sell it for $25. Peter
11 17 d2w
Farm Loans. Farm Loans.
I have a large amount of private
money to invest in farm loans, at a
low rate of interest. No commission.
No delay. Loans closed promptly.
Call and see me at the Bank of Enid.
68 3m O.J.Fleming.
To Cure La Grippe,
Colds ot Netralgia,
Take Bromoline. It will cure a
cold in one day. All druggists are
authorized to refund money if it fails
to cure. Price, 25c per package.
The Curtis restaurant on Monroe
street was opened up last Monday
J morning. Ycur patronage solicited.
I Meals 15 cents. 1110d6t
got 'em The new loose
back jackets, the very newest. Your
i. t- P Bowers^! inspection invited. The Peoples
50c union suits now 35c. H. uowerll20d*wlw
d6twl ' "tore.
White's Cream Vermifuge removes
the unhealthy tissue upon which
worms thrive; it brings, and quickly,
a healthy condition of body, where
worms cannot exist. Price. 25c, at
The Gem Pharmacy, 910 Broadway.
FOR sale—Second hand safe. Ap-
ply at First National Bank. 11 5dtf
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1900, newspaper, November 29, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112190/m1/7/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.