The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 27, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
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For mat Gold
You need a bottle of our
White Pine and Tar
Cough Syrup. If taken
in time it will cure a
cough almost immediate-
ly. There is nothing
better—there is nothing
else so good. We have
sold thousands of bottles,
and they have all given
satisfaction, Try a bot-
tle. and if you don't like
it we will refund your
money. vVe keep, be-
sides. everything one has
a right to expect a phar-
The Watrous-ttarleu Drug Go.
telephone] 79 Day Call
( 113 Night Call.
No. 901 Grand Ave., Cor. Broadway
Mr. W. H. McCutchion, formerly a
pharmacist with the Watrous Harley
Drug Co., but now of Kingfisher,
spent Christmas witn his parents on
the farm east of the city.
The Baptist. Christian, Presbyter.
"• ian and Methodist Sunaay Schools
held their Christmas festivities Mon-
day evening. The Congregational
held theirs Wednesday evening.
Mr. Harlan paid $3,500 for lot 11,
block 27, Monroe avenue, instead of
^ $2,500 as stated in Monday's issue.
The price of Enid property seems to
be kicking the canopy.
It is reported that Chas. E. Hunter
has disposed of his real estate busi-
ness in this city, having sold to Hor-
ner & Snodgrass. It seems that Hun-
ter intends devoting his entire time
to the town of Hunter and other
townsites on tne line of the B. E. &
S. W. Railway.
Mr. W, W. Lstson, of Horton, Kas.,
the president of the Bank of Enid,
* spent Christmas with his daughter,
son Frank and grandchildren at the
Pleming home on the east hill. Mr
Letson will leave in a few days for
California, where he will spend the
balance of the winter.
Mr. E. D. Hall and Mr. James Tink-
ler, stock dealers of Gypsum, Kas.;
are in the city with an eye to buying
a buncfi of good cattle. Mr. Hall is
the father of Mr- B. Beech, of this
■k city, and he has I ng been a reader
of the Wave, which has attracted
him to this (lourishhg country.
Sawyer's Oklahotnt Review is on
sale at the Parker IJjok store. The
last number is tak. a up almost en.
tirely with splendid farm views of
Garfield county and ruts of many of
Enid's best business h uses and street
views. It is a splen lid number to
send to friends in the east. 12 26 alt
The Allen Drug Store Corner Sold.
—The Anheusar-Busch Brew
ing Co. the purchasers.
Three Story Hotel
Will Cover the Ground in the near
Futur^.—Oitizen'8 Bank on
Lite Monday evening last Mr.
Maurice Wogan executed his war
rantee deed for lots 10 and 11, block
13, to the Ar.beusar-Busch Brewing
Co., of St. Louis, Mo. Consideration
This is *.he highest priced real es-
tate deal yet made in Enio since the
city was established. The ground
covered by the deed is 50x150 feet and
is one of the principle corners of the
It is authentically reported to the
Wave that in the near future the
ground will be covered with a hand-
some three story hotel and it is said
that the Citizens Bank will occupy
the corner room. The building will
be of a much richer design than any
yet constructed in the city. This en
terprise is the work of Senator Mes-
sall; he has been working to briug
the trade to a focus for many
Mr. Adolphus Busch is a stockhold-
er in the Frisco railroad and, of
course, he foresees the importance
of Enid as a trading point in connec-
tion with St. Louis after his road
reaches here. We do not believe the
city will stop growing until it has at
least $30,000 people and the state
capital and perhaps the insane asyl-
Brave Men Fall
Victims to stomach, liver and kid.
ney troubles, as well as women, aud
all feel the results in loss of appetite,
poisons in the blood, backache, ner-
vousness, headache and tired, listless,
run-down feeling. But there's no
ueed to feel like that. J. W. Gard-
ner, of Idaville, Ind., says: "Electric
Bitters are just the think for a man
when he don't care whether he lives
or dies. It gave me new strength
and good appetite. I can now eat
anything and have a new lease on
life.', Only 50c at Gem Pharmacy,
910 Broadway. Every bottle guaran-
Christmas in Enid.
Christmas was a beautiful day in
Enid, something like a sunshiney
autumn day in New England. The
city was comparatively quiet outside
of the pranks of the boys with their
fire crackers and toy guns. The
tooty band was out with their toot
horns and paraded the streets about
1 o'clock, but their noise did not kill
A cowboy from Teyas gave an ex.
hibition of his cleverness in shooting
a six shooter and a rifle. Otherwise
the city was as quiet as a Sabbath
day. At every home a bountiful
dinner was spread and the good
things consumed would make a long
list. At the Wave home we not only
had turkey and scalloped oysters,
but cabbage, new potatoes, radishes
and lettice gathered from our own
garden, taken right from the ground.
Just think of it, fresh garden truck
at Christmas time. In the afternoon
all the buggy riders were out driving
about the city.
Nearly all the churches treated the
children of their respective congre-
gation to the usual Christmas tree
presents and festivities Christmas
eve, which the little folks enjoyed
hugely. There were many family re.
unions in the city and throughout the
country not yet reported to this
paper. It seemed to be a merry
Christmas in Enid, not a noisy Christ-
A Keen Cltar Brain.
Your best feelings, vour social po-
sition or business; success depend
'argely on the perfect action of your
stomach and liver, l'r. King's New
Life Pills give increaf ed strength, a
keen, clear brain, high ambition. a
25c box will make you feel like a new
being. Sold by Gem Pharmacy, '910
E>y«. Ear. Nose and Ttiroat.
&NI0 EVERY OTHER TUESDAY.
References:—Drs. McKenzie, Kelso,
Champion and Feild. at whose
, offices he may be consulted 7 17
Nov. 20, Dec. 4 and 18
Gilts ol Sweet Odors.
are perhaps the most pleasing to "my
lady" and particularly when they are
of such quality and in such attractive
form as these.
The most popular brands and the
most delicate odors known to the pro-
These are just a suggestion. The
store is full of Toilet Articles. Soaps,
Lotions etc. all suitable for holiday
Phone 90. West Side of Square.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Report of the Condition of the
Bank of Kremlin.
At Kremlin In the Territory of (Jkl tthnmii, a
the (rlose of business Dec. Ill, 1900.
Loans and Discounts. .,... $ 8,123.89
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 1,547.00
i Hanking house 760.00
Furniture and Fixtures .Wl.74
Due from banks «9,782.04
Internal Revenue Stamps 79.82
Cash & Sight Exchange 4,187 :J7
Capital Stock $ 5,000 00
Undivided profits, less Expenses
and taxes paid 851.88
Deposits subject to check 19,124 03
Territory of Oklahoma, County of Garfield, sm
I, .1. A. Dobry, Cashier of the above-
named1 bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true, and that said bank j
has no other liabilities and Is not endorser
on any note or obligation other than that
shown In the above statement, to the best of
my knowledge and belief, so help me God*
J. A. DOBRY, Cashier,
Correct Attest.—A. Austin,
O. J. Fleming, directors.
The Commercial 3lub and the Rail-
road Came to a Focus Mon-
Other people advertise
good stoves, we have their
equal, and think a little bet-
ter. We have sold about 140
heating stoves within the last
sixty days. We are now
cleaning up at cost. We in-
vite the people who may need
stoves to take advantage of
this clearance sale. d4\vi 20
N. E. Chai'Man, E, Bdway
To have beautiful ciear white
clothes use Red Cross Ball Blue.
NO^TH tND GETS IT.
Will be Somewhere in North Jones-
ville or North Kenwood.
The Commercial Club met Monday
evening and virtually accepted the
north siJe proposition of the railroad
company in entering the city, estab-
lishing depots, switches, etc. A
change was asked for in making a
curve in entering town at the north-
east corner, which the railroad com-
pany has since graqted. The exact
location of the depet jias not been
settled definitely. The railroad com-
pany secures the north tier of bl.icks
commencing with block 3 on tne east
in Joneeville and extending west to
the west line of Kenwood, being ten
blocks in all. The right of way is
now being secured and the committee
is getting along fairly well, yet some
of the property owners are inclined
to be obstinate and demand exorbi-
tant prices for their property. The
road is coming, however, that ii set-
tled and it is not far away at this
Mr. Chambers, the right of way
man of the B. E. & S. W. railway,
wt s in the city yesterday in consul-
tation with the Commercial Club.
He reports the road graded intoHun-
ter and the right of way about all
secured through to this city. He
now thinks that the road will reach
Enid not later than February 15. All
the rumors in regard to the Santa Fe
or Hock Islaud purchasing the road
Not Caught Yet.
The Wave fears that it and Dr.
Sparks have been made the victims
of a crue. fake story. The reported
marriage of the doctor last Sunday
evening has not been verified. The
absence of a report of the marriage
in the Wichita papers indicate that
there is nothing in the report. It
was the doctor's comrades of this
city who stated the story and if it
proves untrue the doctor will feel
like dipping them in ice water when
he comes home and he wiil probably
kick the wave office down level with
the ground. It is against the rules
of the Wave to report the boys and
girls married until they have really
been sworn to support one another,
the organic act, the ten command
merits aud to otay at home nights
Please don't report anything to this
paper that is not actually true.
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
has been thoroughly tried for many
years and is a positive cure for this
mo-t distressing and embarrassing of
troubles. Price 50 cents in bottles.
Tubes 75 cents. Gem Pharmacy, 910
Good, heavy packing paper at the
Wave office very cheap. Beats news-
papers to put under carpets, dwtf
Buy Ked Cross Ball Blue
Penniman, the rustling furniture
dealer, desires to employ a first class
canvasser or outside salesman. A
good salary will be paid to a good
man for the place. Apply at the
store, Earn Broadway. 12 21dtf
My son has been troubled for years
with chronic diarrhoea. Some time
ago I persuaded him to take some of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. After using two
bottles of the 25-cent size he was
cured. I give this testimonial, hop-
ing someone similarly afflicted may
read it and be benefitted.—Themas
C. Bower, Glencoe, O. For sale by
An attractive woman thrives on
good food and sunshine, with plenty
of exercise in the open air. Her
form glows with healtn and her face
beams with its beauty. When trou
bled with a costive habit she takes a
few doses of Heroine to cleanse her
system of all impurities. Priee 50c.
Gem Pharmacy, 910 Broadway.
—The trnnjr, will uo\ descend tc
Jiang- when it comes to using- "soap"*
«s a synonym of mopey.—Puck.
—"lias that horse a pedigree?" asked
the tourist. "Nope," replied the honest
farmer, "notbia' hi leaves."—
—"Why does Cholly always carry at,
umbrella?" "I guess it is because he
iloesn't know enough to go in when it
ruins."—N. Y. Press.
—First Actor (hi tragic whisper)—
"Aro we quite alone?" Second Actor
'^lrnuing grimly at the s.sall audleoc*1
~ "Alnxw,t. "—TM-itita,
VVe are now ready for
in our new quarters. Every-
thing is bright and clean.
Will be pleased to see ill our old cus-
tomers and many new ones.
You will find our
and up to date. If quality is
a consideration we can surely
please you. If your appetite
is poor we can sharpen it with
a full line of Heinz sour, spic-
ed and English mixed pickles,
Saor Kraut. Chow-chow, etc.
A nice line of extra fancy ap-
ples. Oranges, Nuts, and
Highest Market Price
Orders Solicited and good promptly
delivered. We deliver them
before dinner. Yours to please,
J. D. BENNETT,
North Side Square.
P. S.—We have furnished rooms to
-The wrf0—"It. I «!n)dl4 fite, Job*.
t d you married again, * hope yo*
would be sensible enough to marry a
woman of about my age." The hus-
band-"Yes, dear, certainly; that il
four age when I married you tweiHy
years ago."—N. Y. Herald.
—"I want to give brother Tom somt
Uttle gift before he leaves for college
What would you get?" Florence—"!
saw some lovely hair brushes with
silver monogram, and—" "You silly
flrl; don't you know he belongs to ths
football team?"—Chicago Inter Oaean.
—"What did the doctor say was th.
flatter with you?" "He said he didn't
know." "Well, what doctor are yoo
foing to next?" "None. When a doo-
k>r dares to make such an admission M
that he must be about as high in hli
profession as he tan gat."—Indiana
V&rst atiW. twye were brought k>
tike olty missionary Into a down-town
Sunday-school and placed in Mr. B.'S
dlass. The teacher's custom wu ' •
learn the new scholars' given names,
which in this case he proceeded to da
with thf/ following result:
"VVhrrt is your first name?" ha aakad
"Lem," was the reply.
"A>, Lemuel," corrected the teacher.
"Anil yours, my boy?" he inquired of
' <3am !" yelled the urchin.
'*Ah, Samuel," mildly rejoined Mr. B.
'And what may I ca.ll you?" he kindly
raked, the third.
"Ah Jimuel I" was the istonisMng n>
—tte\ Simon Hound tree, & Cfllorei
Baptist prearhcr, of Lincoln. Ueb., al
Ifcough ninety-nine year* old, thinks
•natrlmony is far from a failure. H«
«ras recently married for the eight!
time. The latest Mrs. fl,\undtree £
n rt,y-iour yea?s his junior.
—Mrs. Diar, wife of the president e
Xezico, has founded many institution*
fcr the benefit of her countrywoman
>mong them c day nursery, a society to
taacli women remunerative employ-
ment and an institution through which
flrla out of work 3an obtaiu employ"
—A Massachusetts thief nas bees
■ysxeroatis'lly stealing canary Mr da
The theory Is that he carries ladder,
•pens seooud-story windows, as tt>*se
are usually left unfastened, quietly u
hooks the cage and carries off tlx.
songster. The police have not yet ay
—Hon. Joslab Qulncy, late ass'stl/it
secretary of state, is referred tr> by •
Boston newspaper man as the best
listener he ever «oew, and says that ha
la aot always giving interviews nor
r'yeechifying on all oqcaeiChs, as sone
Man do, Vat he "taws wood, an/ Us
eed i>e ' a bis am* "
Mrs, Clif Donly is seriously ill at
hsr home in Hackberry township
She is suffering from fever.
To Cure La Grippe,
Colds ot Neuralgia,
Take Bronioline. It will cure a
cold in one day. All druggists are
authorized to refund money if it fails
to cure. Price, 25c per package.
As a cure tor rheumatism Cham-
berlain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide
reputation D. B. Johnston, of
Richmond, Ind., has been troubled
with that ailment since 1862. In
speaking of it he says: "1 never
found anything th.it would relieve
me until I used Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. It acts like magic with me.
M<( foot was swollen and paining me
very much, but one good application
of Pain Balm relieved me. For sale
Those knowing themselves to oe in-
debted to me would confer a favor by
calling and settle. Respectfully,
Mrs. Feva Triplett, 0. O.
12 20 d&wtf
The wholesale and retail
Northeast Corner of square.
Paid Dear For His Leg.
B. D. Blanton, of Thackerville,
Tex., in two years paid over $300 to
doctors to cure a Running Sore on
his leg. Then they wanted to cut it
off, but he cured it with one box of
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Guaranteed
cure for Piles. 25c a box. Sold by
Gem Pharmacy'druggist, 910 Broad,
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Teas, Coffees, Spice and FaflClj IllXllfc.
Meat, Provisions, Elour, Meal,
Feed and Hay, Garden Seeds,
in bulk for Country Produce.
Hide,& and. Pelts'purchased at highest Market Price.
L. A. FAUBION,
ENID OKLA. 2-18
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