The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 27, 1900 Page: 1 of 8
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P H ON Ev 123.
IT WAVES, SURGES ROARS AND REBOUNDS ONLY TO COME BACK AGAIN WITH GREATER FORCE FOR ENID. GARFIELD OOUNTY. OKLAHOMA. AND DEMOCRACY.
ENID, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27 1900
Groceries to Talk About
fill every inch of space in thej store.
Every good thinjj that crows or is
manufactured is here. Came from
■the most reliahle source too. We
know each article will please because
it is in the best of condition and of
the best quality. We fell groceries
at little prices because wo sell lar<re
E. M. Byerley, Grocer.
North Side Square. Phone 133.
Out of all our sales of
stoves, numbering close to a
thousand in the last three
years we have never heard an
expression of dissatisfaction
from our numerous customers.
This is a pointer on the value
of our goods in the stove line.
We are cleaning up our stove
stock at cost. Come and see
East Broadway, d4wi
N. E. CHAPMAN.
Slamm is the Man.
Gn to Theo Statnm's Butcher Shop
and yet fresh head cheese, liver-
wur*t. blood pudding, weiner-wurst,
or, in fact, anything in the meat
market line Game, fresh tish, oys-
ters veal, always kept on hand, as
good as can be parchased, Mr. Tom
Mclnteer, an A No. 1 sausage maker
and shop lender, is always around to
welcome you. Try us. lllOtf
This old and reliable hostlery is
now under the sole management of
Mrs' J. H. Kirk and guests are assur-
ed of yood accommodation at the $1
per (lav rate. dim 11-9
In pursuance to instructions by con
vention held at Pawnee, all counties
of Oklahoma are invited to meet in
their respective county seats on Sat-
urday, January 5th, at 1 p. m., arc
there elect ten delegates to attend a
territorial convention to meet at
Guthrie on Tuesday, January 8, 1901,
at 10 a. m., fot the purpose of organ
izinp the entire territory in the in.
terests of favorable and desirable
legislation for our territory and to
recommend such legislation to our
representatives for enactment.
James Kirkwood, Pres.
M. H. Bretz, Secy.
12 20 d&w2w
The lecture on the "Heroes of the
Civil War," that will he given at the
opera house, will be first class, intel-
lectually and historically. It will be
a long time before the people will
have anything more entertaining,
and the object for which U is given
is also worthy of your patronage.
The generosity of the opera house
managers emphasizes their interest
in this library movement. Lecture
begins at 8:30 p. m. Admission, 25c.
No reserved seats. Tickets on sale
at Watrous.Harley drug store and
at the Reading Room.
We Have 'Em.
Ladies should not overlook the
large stock of Barry & Taylor in se-
lecting Christmas presents for their
husbands, brothers, fathers, uncles,
sweethearts or gentleman friends.
Their stock is of the best and prices
are as low, or lower, than other
houses in the gents' furnishing goods
Une. 12 21 d3t
STOVES! STOVES! STOVESI
The "Crown Jewel" and
"Charter Oak" heating stoves
cannot be beaten. \\ e have
a medium line of Comstock-
Castle Stove Co. goods, just
as good for heat that we are
cleaning up at cost. Remem-
ber, the Chapman Hardware
Store, east Broadway. 12-20
N. E. Chapman.
(First published daily Wave, Dec. 24,1900.)
To whom it may Concern:—
Notice Is hereby given that M. K. Hennen
(lied on the 22nd day of December A, D. 1900
his petition for a licen-e tn Retail Malt, .spir-
ituous and Vinous Liquors, on Lot 14 In
Block 20 In the village of Hun ti r, Noble
Township, Garfield county, OKlahoma Ter-
ritory and that unless objection to the same
as required by taw, be filed by the 9th day of
January A. D. 1901 said petition will be gran-
t6Enld, O. T., December 22nd 1900
Frank T Hatteh, County Clerk.
The Laundry First
in the thoughts and estimation of
particular people is the one which
does particular work.
Enid Steam Laundry
is of this class. We know how to do
good work and never tire doing it.
nil orders are filled promptly, bnt
undue haste does not mar the finish.
Extra holiday work will receive our
Immediate attention. d3 22
Enid Steam Laundry.
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
That is exactly what Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is. It is the mother's
help when she is suddenly awakened
in the night by the ominous husky
cough, and labored breathing, of her
babe. It is the safe resort of the
youth or adult when be has "caught
cold" and there is coughing and irri-
tation of the mucous membrane of
the throat. It allays the irritation
and cures the cold. For sale by Wat-
rous & Harley.
To Cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, sour stomach or heart-
burn, take Rex Dyspepsia Tablets.
All druggists are authorized to refund
money if they fail to cure. Price 50c
There are only a few more days in which to
buy PRESENTS. Every day we close out
some desirable line. The early buyers get
the choice. We receive new goods every
day. Don't fail to look through our store be-
fore you buy.
We are showing a large line of
Bibles; the Bagster Teachers'
Bibles, large print, - - $1.50.
Large line of Christmas books
of all kinds, standard morals,
canvas binding 15c and 25c each
Chinas and glassware, all the new
things; lamps from 10c to$i 1.50
Toys in Profusion.
New things in Ferction iro toys,
loo-shot air gun 85c.
We are makin
Worms take refuge in the small
intestines where they can easily mul-
tiply. White's Cream Vermifuge
will destroy these parasites. The
verdict of the people tells plainly
how well I', has succeeded. Price25c.
Gem Pharmacy, 910 Broadway.
Take the Choctaw route when tra.
veling east, quickest time, best of
service, new equipment, close connec
tions at Memphis for all points.
utu. P. RUSH,
Attorney at Law-
. • 151.ick, - BNID..OKLA.
AGENTS WANTED-For "Galveston, the
Horrors of a stricken City," by Mural Hals-
teml! a fearful tale of a beauteous city swent
Into the sea. Demand enormous. Splendid
book. Only $1.50. Agents "Mini? from JO to
100 dally and clearing from ft! t> $75 daily.
A bonanza for agents Only endorsed book.
Freight paid. Credit given. fr,®£
genrfslx two-cent stamps for P"8ta?B- .
commissions. Send for outfit and ' lt07
today T11E DOMINION CO., Dept. A,
Chicago. 10 18 I m
James A. Skinner has leased Kuhlman's
Lodging House on east Broadway. The
place Is being partially refurnished and re-
iiitted. A parlor will be provided for the
u-e of lad es accompanied by husband. 12-21
(First published Dec. 13,1900, the Wave.)
To Whom it may Concern:—
Notice is hereby given that James P. Trim-
ble Hied on the 10th day of December, A. D.
1900. his petition for a license to retail mali,
spirituous and vinous liquors in the village
of Hunter, Noble township Garfield county,
Oklahoma territory, and that unless objec-
tion to t he same, ns required by law. be filed
by the 27th day of December A. I). 1900, said
petition will be granted.
Enid, C. T. Dec. lltli, 19f0.
Frank T. Hatter, County Clerk.
FORD CHAPMAN. Mgr.
Nothing but the finest wines, liquort
and cigars on sale. All vhiskiet
from 7 to 12 years old, strictly pure
goods for medicinal purposes.
Pabst and flntieusar Beer.
BEST LIVER MEDICINE.
r,™^; f'KK «
COLLINS BROS. MEDICINE CO., SI. Loul., Mo.
N S INDIAN EYE SALVE*
(First published in Dally Wave Dec. 20 1900'
To whom it may Concern:—
Notice is hereby given that Frank Messall
and E O. Harlan filed on the 20th day or
December A. D. 1900 their petit on for j
censo to Wholesale Malt liquors In the e ty or
}^.ut}yAaW6bei90.l; <,sal<r petition will be
Enid. O. T. December 30th. 1900.
Frank T, Hatter, County Clerk.
JNO. F. CURR AN,
Attorney at Law
OtU!i )/■> r First National Bank
THE GARDEN CITY MEDICINES
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
A line of family remedies made and sold by
as exclusively. Every preparation Is guaran-
teed to contain the purest and best drugs. A
single trial will prove their superiority. Any
of these remedies with full directions for using
sant prepaid on receipt of price.
Ouickaction Laxative Tablets for Constipa-
tion, Biliousness, Headache, Indigestion, Diz.
ziness, and Torpid Liver. Strictly vegetable,
Garden City Headache Cure, for Nervous
Headache, Sick-Headache Neuralgia, Blinding
Headache, Sleeplessness, Flatulency and Sour
Stomach, Harmless. One dose 10 cents, 3 for
25 cents. __ _ _ .
Garden City Eve-wash, for Inflamed or
Weak Eyes, Scalds, Cuts, Burns, Bruises and
Old Sores, Entirely Harmless. Powder enough
for making one pint. 60 cents.
Dr. Wilhoft's Lady's Syringe, $2.50. Small
Hard Rubber Syringe 30 cents. Rnbber Hand
Pressure syringe, 3 pipes 60 cents. Badger
Fountain Syringe, 3 hard rubber pipes, 1 qt.
*1.00, 2 qts. *1.25. A jax Fountain Syringe, finest
made, 4 hard rubber pipes, 2 qts. J2.00. Hot
Water Bottles, White rubber 1 qt. 75 cents, 2
qts. 90 Cts., Silk finished 1 qt. $1.25, 2qts. $1.40.
. American Beauty Complexion Tablets, for
cleansing the skin of Blackheads, Pimples,
Moth Patches, Freckles, and all skin diseases,
causing the cheeks to have the natural tint of
youth and health. 50cts.
American Beauty Cold Cream, for removing
Tan, Freckles, and ail imparities of the skin,
and giving >t a soft velvety appearance, 40 cts-
Amertcan Beauty Face Powder, for a co-
vering to tlie skin, keeping all dust, soot and
other Impurities from the pores, and giving a
refined elegant appearance to the toilet. Pink
or White. 25 cts.
American Beauty Frozen Perfnme, for car-
rying in pockefli, keeping In drawers, cheats
and trunks, to permeate clothing, and Impart a
fragrant delicate and lasting perfume. It 1a
superior to liquids, as It cannot snlll, waste or
evaporate. 25 cts. a cake, 2 for 45 cts.
Vaginal Suppositories for all female Irreg-
mlaritles, 90 cts. per bo*.
Write for our terms to agents and druggist*
CARDtN OTY MED1CAJ SUPPLY HOUSE.
■ib Filth Avmut,
ftnd Information Bureau.
No, 921 East Broadway. We act as
an agent for those desiring employ,
ment and those seeking employes.
Gleaning up Prices
on our regular lines. Ladies Capes and
ackets and a nice line of children's jack-
ets at greatly reduced prices. If needing
anything in the
come to our store. We have a good as-
sortment and can make anything you
want, and prices are right.
Remember the Placets—
B. T. THOMPSON.
Cream Pure Rye
j. w. GinesDie.
General Agent, Enid, Ok
This brand of whiskey is warranted
for purity and age and is particular-
ly recommended for medicinal pur
poses. For sale by Gillespie Bros
Cor. Grand Ave. and Main St.
Rock Island Time Table.
No. 2, Mall and Express
No. 4, Mall and Express
No. :ia, Express
No. 32, Local Freight
No. 3, Mall and ExprosB
No. 1. Mall and Express
No. 31. Local Freight
Enid and Bii.linos Line.
No. 142 departs tySit,- ™
No. 141 arrives P B1
Tlekntisold to all points and'|bagga«e
checke through to destination.
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A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of H\ • -^L and
EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAJ/J.
CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED
'i'ubcs, by Mail, 76 Cents; bottles, 60 Cents.
JAMES F, BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, • • 310 North Main Street, sT LOUIS, MB
Sold bv G-em Pharmacy.
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 27, 1900, newspaper, December 27, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112198/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.