The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 26, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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Enid, Oklahoma Territory, Thursday, January 26, 1905
Has a paid-up capital of - $50,000
And a surplus of — 13,500
Has total (Banking Capital of • 63,500
Has deposits of over 300,000
Has beeniiu business in Enid for ten years
Has ©ployed the confidence of the people of
GarfidhJ* County to a remarkable decree. We
can fwnrilsh you a safe depository for jour money
If you are mot a customer of ours, you are invited to call
and get acquainted with the most progressive, accom-
modating: and up-to-date Bank in Oklahoma Territory.
O. J. Filkming, Pres. F. H. Letson Cashier.
W. H. Holt. Asst. Cashier-
was the lucky number that
Pair of Shoes
We're going to
another pair this week.
$7.00 per ton (35 bushels) for Soft Coal
When You Can Qet .
A ton of Domestic Coke (60 bushels for $6 per ton<
A ton of Cdke will go twice as far as a ton of
Coal. Soldiin quantities from one bushel up.
Enid Electric & Gas Co.
«• W.: WHITE, Ma
fOO 7 Milne Street
Cash Shoe Store.
West Side of Square first door
south of Penniman.
On Saturday afternoon, from two
o'clock until Sve, Miss Garnet Whit-
tinghlll entertained the Silent Few,
a young ladles' club at her home.
There was music both vocal and In-
strumental and recitations and
readings were interspersed. A lunch-
eon was served also.
From eight to eleven o'clock Miss
Whittlnghill entertained the "Young
folks' Club "
The amusements were of like na
ture as in the afternoon, but with an
entire change of program Refresh
ments were served during the eve-
ring, and a most enjoyable time was
Coal, Flour and Feed.
We carry all kinds of Coal,
Flour and feed.
Prompt Delivery to any part
38$" *~I of) the city.'
We are at the old Frank Kirk
stand, and will be pleased to
have all our friends to come
and see us.
Wilson & Royer.
P 1«1 < st, j* 833 E Broadway. 1I-21
** Now Open.
The Brunswick Bowling Alley
in the Frantz Building
ias been newly papered, painted and furnished in finest
.tyle, and will be run in a first-class up-to-date style.
The management desire the patronage
of both ladies and gentlemen,
Alleys can be rented any afternoon or evening
J* FOR PARTIES, ^
— You will always receive courteous treatment.—
I^ott 3c. IVlilcir^ein.
Territory of Oklahoma, County of
ToThe Town Company; Alice M.
Ainsworth: Chapman & Stephen-on,
Ernest N. Nise; F. C. Smith; F. P.
Knott; H. M. P^tte r$on; A. C.
White; fc. J. Boma.i; J. H. Heiring;
A. Aspey and G. Wenzei Jr. and all
others who may claim title to the
lot or lots herein described:—
Each one of the above mined is
hereby notified, that lots numbered
one(t), two (2), three (3), four (4),
thirteen (loj, tout teeu (11), and six-
teenth), in block number forty one
(41) in the town of North Enid, Ter-
ritory of Oklahoma, were on Novetn-
ber 25th 1901, duly sold by the treas-
urer of Garfield county, Territory of
Oklahoma, to satisfy the taxes due
and delinquent thereon for the year
1900 and unless redemption from said
■ale be made by you or your assigns
within sixty (DO) daj s from the first
publication ot this notice, the under-
signed will demand of, and receive
from, the county treasurer of said
county, a deed for said lots as pro.
vided by law.
M E. Shockley
Owner of Tax Certificate.
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over e Schaffer
furniture store, West-Side.
Office Phone 71.JResidenoe Phone 66
Too many men waste their time
arguing about t^e religion tbey
A spinsters ideal man is one who
can say the right word at the right
Some men who pose as chrysan.
themums are nothing but cheap cab
Wanted Men to learn barber
trade and fill demand for spring rush
Few weeks complete, join now, posi-
tions guaranteed. Board and tools
provided, can nearly earn expense
before finishing. Write today, Moler
Barber College, Ft. Worth, Texas.
5ieratt-Whitlock Music Company.
h Everything In Music; Best i
Quality; Reasonable Prices;
Take your choice of the following reliable mukes:—Kimball
istcy, Bradbury, Cable, Mason & Hamlin Pianos and Organs.
plendid bargains in slightly used instruments: - Pianos, from $1G0 u„.
Organ*, from 136 up; all good grade, durable Instruments.
Oliver Tyoe writers.
Pierat-Whitlock Music Co.,
The scenic Route
North, East, South and
Eiectrc Lighted Trains.
Through Sleeping Cars and
Free Reclining Chair Cars
and High Back Par-
SUOtK. MIBtt (III. IMS ri
No charge for the use of «10 worth
of text books, if you enter Milam's
Business University or or before Feb-
ruary 13th. Call or write for partic-
ularg- 1,21 d4t e o d.
^u.iuiy Is what you-moke get a
CincoCigar at the Corry Pharmacy
Wanted—Three good agents t
sell nursery stock. Apply at this
Broomcorn. 170 (g 175
Hogs, $4.80 per cwt.
Ducks and%eese, 6c. (a 5c
Chickens, spring, li.
Turkeys, 11 (d 12
New hay, baled, 35 (A 40c
Opening a new and thoroughly
equipped line between St. Louis and
Chicago Sunday. July 31, 1904.
Thoroughly equipped trains leave
St. Louis and Chicago nightly (after
arrival of incoming trains), arriving
either city the following morning.
Equipment etnirely new; lavish in
design, elaborate in furnishings.
Ask your Ticket Agent, or ad-
Passenger Trfflc Department,
Hw Uricigt Rack lilaal aid Pacifi
Christmas and New Years holiday
rates, to points In the north and east,
Iowa, Minnesota, Northern Peninsu-
lar of Michigan, (parts of Illinois,
Missouri and Kansas.) North and
South Dakota, Nebraska and Colorado
common point* and Wyoming west to
and Including Cheyenne.
Rate, one fare plus two dollars for
the round trip. Tickets on sale De-
cember 20, 21, 22, and 26. Final limit
30 days from date of sale.
J. V. Williams^
There is a pretty girl in an Alpine
A sweeter giri with a sailor brim,
But the handsomest girl you'll ever
is the sensible girl who uses Rocky
Best Kansas Lump Coal $5:50 per
ton Phone<33 RandeU;&:(]rubb
is generally the
most i mportant
member of the fam-
that fact, we have a
fine line of
for the youngsters,
as well as the older
people. You will
not find better toned
anywhere at am
price. We wish you
would look over what
we offer and see how
true our words arc
The biggest stock i>f
in Western Okl. -
Asher & Jacobus
South Side -Square.
Piano Tuning byGuy Asher.
FlarMa Sleeper Via Frisco Systea Of Elegant Presents
On November 15th, and dally there-
•fter, until the summer season of 1905
the Frisco System, in connection with
tbe Southern Railway, will operate
through Pullman Sleepers between
Kansas City, Mo., and Jacksonville,
Fla. These Sleeping Cars will be
placed in service as part of the equip-
ment, of tbe popular "Southeastern
Limited," scheduled to leave Kansas
City 6:30 p.m. A modernly equipped
train, electric lighted, cafe observa-
tion car, etc.—the route of which
carries the traveler through the pop-
ulous cities of the Southeast.
Berth reservations may be made
through representatives of Frisco
System or connecting lines.
The peculiar bough which indicates
croup, is usually well known to the
mothers of croupy children. No time
seould be lost in the treatment of it,
anf ;?rihis PurP08e no medicine has
redeided more universal approval
than Chamberlain's Cough remedy
Do not waste valuable time in experi-
menting with untried remediss, no
matter how hlfchly tbay may be re-
S?, nJi!ldedi b?,t plve thls medicine as
directed and all symtons of croup will
quickly disappear. For sale by
Watrous Drug Co. 3
He who says he never made a
mistake in life is probably mistak-
Never in the history of En;'f
has the elegant line of bar-
gains been offered, with
special cash prices, for cash
Every article made to use,
not a toy, no hold-overs, they
are all up-to-date new goods
as well as new prices.
Elegant Leather Goods
first class in every respect,
and lowest possible cash
Call and see us; visit with us;
don't be backward in asking
for our prices.
W. M. Ryan, our undertaker la atyoar
S. H. Horner for
A hand organ is one kind of wind
Mtollaa this pap*
Dislocated Her Shoulder
Mn. Johanna Soderholm, of Fergus
Falls. Minn, fell and dislocated her
Shoulder. She bad a surgeon get It
back in place as soon as possible, but
It was quite sore and pained her very
much. Her son mentioned that he bad
seen Chamberlain's Pain Balm adver-
tised for sprains and soreness, and she
a!£im to b°y her a bottle of it,
which he did. It quickly relieved her
and enabled her to sleep which she
had not done for several days. Tne
son was so much pleased with tne re-
lief it gave his mother that he has
RUSH & STEEN
since recomended It to many othera
Watrous Drug Co
or sale by
makes direct connections to
all points in the far
General Agent, Oklahoma City, O. T
J. H. GROTHER,
Traveling Passenger Agent, Okla-
homa City, O. T.
a F. DUNN,
Division Passenger Agent, Wichita
Denver, Enid & Gulf Railroad,
"ALFALFA ROUTE," j.
Travel via the line over which you get the best
service and where you can thoroughly enjoy a
rip by riding in the bran new parlor car, which
we now have in operation. "It's a winner."
Gutlmr-iei to Enid
Shortest] most direct and most desirable line
from Guthrie to all points Vouth on the Frisco
including Hobart and Okeene, and all points
on Rock Island.
Bast Service. Quickest Time
Doctors C. F. CHAMPION,
WALTEN H. McKENZIE,
Calls answered promptly day or night
Offlce work and chronic cases
Office southeast corner of souare
Phonks—Offlce No. 2.
Sr" Campion Residence phone 198
Dr. McKenzle, Residence Phone 300.
11 28th |
L. R. Richardson,
Chair olon Block, Room 2 and ti "
Retiring from the'flrm of Schaeffei
Furniture <5c Undertaking Co. I wish
to close al) accounts on our books, and
kindly ask those to call who are ol*
our books, that we may personally
adjust and settle all accounta. Either
call at an early day or our collcctor
will call and see yon. S. H. Bonier
^lh^3ch eff« Fu,B'ture & Under-
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Isenberg, J. L. The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 26, 1905, newspaper, January 26, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112423/m1/1/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.