The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 11, 1906 Page: 8 of 8

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PA VIM RESOLUTION.
Be it resolved by the Mayor and City
Council of theCity of Enid, Gar-
field bounty, Oklahomi Territo
ry:
Cily Treasurer's Report
To October First.
L' w Cue Wry Colonist Kates
Tj California And the Norlhwjst,
fund
urate r
Whereas, we, the Mayor and City
Council of the City of Enid, Garfield
County, Oklahoma Territory, deem
It necessary to grade, pave, gutter,
drain and otherwise improve the
following described streets, avenues,
and public places, and parts of I Street and i ri
streets, avenues, and public places in ' u'liliB' "t ao
the City of Enid:
Sa ary
l*\ I L &
' Park
I Li' rary
I -iireet Ligbtiii
1 Water Exteiisli
Sewer
The Frisco will sell St cond Class
Colonist tickets to poin's (ti Califor.
ma at the l iw r?teof 125. C tnpai-
« £01.1 ! atlvely as low ra.'e- t.. point- iniMon-
1,78'. i.'S ! tana, Idaho, Utah, Washing-ton, Ore-
U hUp,:
58-,7i.
724.54
545.20
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18!l 73
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Cadillac, fyo, Smith and
Automobiles
Up-to=DateGarage, And General Repairing
Expert chafuer accom aning each car Perfect safety come and see
When you Want a nice ride.
us
convinced we have ||
♦ t| Call and see us, look our line over and you will bs
▼ j; the right cars at right prices
♦§ Office 709 Grand Avenue Enid 0 T.
ft at
is anQabsolute -necessity
Teachers
have your watches clean-
ed and regulated
before school
starts.
Ar atPa ilishs 1
1006.
PAVING RESOLUTION.
a 1
3 Doors West N.K Corn r Squire
h'oic to Hreak up x Cold
It may be a surprise to many t«
learn that a seve re enid can be com-
pletely brolcea up In one or two days
time. The ftist symptoms of a .old
are a dry, loua cough, a profuse w.-.t-
ery discharge from the nose, and a
thin white coating on the t> ngtK.
When Chamberlain's cough remedy
is taken every hour on the first ap-
pearance of tbes: symptoms, it coun-
teracts the efT ct i f t he col 1 aad re
stores the s< -lem i i a healthy condi
tlon within a day or t«o. For sale by
The Corry Pharmacy and Owl Drug
S*''r
CKICMFITtn'S ENGLISH
* 1 ' 5 ' t li lriqlish
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4( > «*"> ' • > ' . t l.r /A
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tbk la.vo\i> iit£ \ n h.
I.Billfi! As.. your Drut.^iit f r .
C kl-oh«>#.t('r,n Pill* in K«>«l/
•nil <M Id mctsilli ealc4\
«ith Mine Kll' ti 'I'nkr ituulk«r.
Ruy i \ r .ir Drugnist ai„] nvk lor
• ni CII £H.TI R M l \(i|,|sU. Uio
IHAMO ID hi; VMl 1MI.I.#, for .V
}'eJl '•«•>! - Best, s«fe*t. Always
Re5t, - ^ ' I h nrt:rK,vs nerr h«.
Chic heater Chemical Co., lPMn. T
DR. M. ft, KGLSO
Physician and Surgeon
Enid, Oklrn.
flict rooms 5 are! 6 Crtgan rulldli g
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First Published In thoi Wtive Sept. la i!K>t
M0T1CT.
To Whom it Mat Oonouik;
In oouipllttnCB with the provuio,., ot
Ihreeii chat er twenty-two
CS.) of the Session ol
Oklahoma toirltory for the ye r it.IT n<-
tic-is hereby given that Trunk E. sjowe
filed on the latli.dnr of Sept, A D. KM hi.
DetlUon for a ILense to >elut retail unit,
jolrituous and vinous liquors on loutoant!
Sil0,'k U ^'ur<1 t,l,• city of Enid t;«!
Held county, Oklahoma, t. rrltory.anH thai
i Be it resolved by the Major ^nd City
Coincii of the City ot Enid,
Garfield County, Oklab ina Ter
ritory:
Whereas, we, the Mayor and Citj
Council ot tue City ol fcinid, Garfield
County, Oklahoma Territory, deem
it ne. essary t- grade, pave, gutter,
dram, and otherwise improve ihc
! following described alleys and public
| plact s and parts of alleys and public
places in the City of Enid; and that
! the material to be ustd lor said
paving shall be vitrified paving
brick.
And, whereas, it is necessary to
levy a special tax provided by law
: for the making ot such improve
meuts. £~]||
Now, therefore, be it resolved by
the iiayur and City Council, that we
do hereby declare that the grading,
paying, guttering, draining, and
otherwise improving the following
described alleys and public places,
and parts of alleys and public places
within the City of Enid is necessary
to be done, to-wlt:
Commencing at a point on Inde=
pendance Avenue, where the alley
running east and west through Block
27 of Joncsville's Addition to the
City of Enid intersects said lndepend
ence Avenue; thence east along said.
alley to a point where said alley |
intersects Grand Avenue: also com-]
uienclng at a point oti the aliej run-[ j r
ning north and south through Block i},.a|tv n„
9, of the original townsite of the j V
t_ity of Enid, where said alley inter-{
sects with the south line of Monroe '
street; thence south along said alley
to its intersection with Broadway on
the north line of Broadway Street;
also commencing at a point on
Broadway where the alley running
north and foutb through Mock 13 ot
the original townsite ot the City of
| l£nid, thence south along said alley
to the intersection tf said alley with
the north line of Main street: also
commencing at a point on the west
line ot Grand Avenue wbere the al-
ley running east and west thiough
Bloc* 32 of the original townsite of
theCity of Enid intersects said
Grand Avenue, thence wist along
said alley to the east line of Indt pel
dence Avenue; also commencing at
a poi.it on the north line of Maine,
street where the alley runni'i,. mirtti
and south through Block 12 t toe
original townsite of t t <«|
intersects said Main- cue
north through said alln u u.e south
line of Broadway street; also com-
mencing at a point on the'north line
uf Broadway, wbere the alley run-
ning north and south thiough Block
11, of the original townsite of Enid,
intersects Broadway; thence north
along said alley to the south ilne ol
Monroe {street.
And be It further resolved that
this resolution be publi«hed for the
time and In the manner required
taw.
Call |Fcr^C(inv;nilon.
Persuj nt to the action of .the Di>-
trict Committee.
The Democratic Party for the I3th
Constitutional Convention Distric
will herewith take notice that a con-
vention to se t ct a candidate for the
Democratic party of the l.iih Jonsti-
tuttonal Convention District will be
held at the District court room ot
Thursday, October 4, 19l'H, at 7:30 p:m
that on Tuesday, Octol er 2, 1906, be
tween the hcurs ol 7:30 and 8:30 p m
the First, Fourth, Fifth and Sixtl
wards of the City of Enid will h
conventions at the places indicaltd
to select delegates to the District
convention to be htld at the District
C urtrcom:
First ward will fet id its convention
ai CounciI Chambers.
Fourth ward will hold its convent'oti
at Water Works Station.
Fifth ward will hold its conven
i . n at the office ot Gist Fuel Co.
Sixth ward will hold its convention
at Kenwood School Building.
I he representation apportioned as
follows: First ward lfi votes, Fourth
ward 10 votes, Fifth ward 1(1 votes,
S xt h ward 12 votes.
C. H. Danuerfif.LD,
Chait man.
D M. Walker,
Secretary.
And, whereas, it is mcessary to
levy a special tax provided by law j
for such improvements.
Now, therefore, Be it resolved by interest
the Mayor and City Council that we
do hereby declare that the grading,
paving, guttering, draining, and 1
otherwise improving the following f
streets, avenues, and public places
and parts of streets, avenues, and i
public pi ces within the City limits
"f the City of Enid, nece.-sary to le
don,, towit:
Commencing at a point on Broad- '
way street at the center of Fifth j
street where said Fifth street inter-
sects said Broad way street, thence
caston Broadway street to the east
line .f First street \ here
said First Sueet intersects said
Broadway street, all in the City cf
Enid, Garfield County, Ok.ahoina
Territory.
And, be it further resolved, that
this resolution be published lor the
time and in the manner required by
law.
Passed and approved September
7tb, 1900.
Attest Sea : —
E. R Lee,
City Clerk.
Peter Bowers,
Mayor.
Tutal #i.0,505 2b
debit
S3 (68 0.' i
I , A IM\ c x, Treasurer, of the j
city ol E id, Oklahoma, do solemn i)
wear, ti at ti e above etaiemcnt is
w e anil correct, so beip me Cod
. A P Wilcox,
City Treasurer.
Substri i d ;.nd sworn to bt iore
■m. , this fir. t. uav . f Ocioter 19o6
Malcolm M. Kelly,
N Ury Public.
Don't forgot \\ irt <x l yons when
in need of coal or feed. C/flee nor
side, next door Steam Laundry.
Phone 118 or 301.
10 4 d4t
gun and British Columbia.
Tickets on sale daily until October
31st. For full particular see vbc
Frisco Agent or address
F. E. Clark
Division Pass Agent
Wichita, Kansas..
We have $100,000 to loan, at rates
that will s^ve you money, on farm
and city property. Bear & Johnson
9 6 d&wtf
— -■•••Willi*. I. I I mil T.Miin inn
h 1^1 °h«^iIh n 10 r#<^ulr*<1
Denver Enid & Gulf
Excursions.
Buffalo, Mew York, October 10, 11,
and 12. One fare pins $2 for the
round trip.
Los Vegas, Santa Fe and Cloud-
croft; daily until Sept. 3tith Inclusive
#25. Return Unfit October 31st.
Albuquerque, Deming El Paso,
dally until September 30th inclusive,
131.60, Return limit Oct. 31st.
Denver, Colo, daily one way $17 90.
Colorado Spring* daily one way
116.85
Pueblo, Colo, daily one way $16 05.
Denver, Colorado round tr'p $15.85.
Colorado Springs round trip $19 30.
Pueblo, Colo, round trip $19.30.
Trinid d, Colorado, ri und trip $23
Very low rates to ri sorts in Virgln-
a, New York, Alabama, North and
by law, be II led on nr btfnri the ifl!M 4ar or
.'pteniber l *. .*!,! petition wllf s, '
ran'ed.
Raid, Okluk m.'•« i? h ltot.
FRANK I , ! TOH k '
£tt«f _____ , ApjJHcant, X. R. LRU,
Oijity lerk. , City Clerk
Wm "'outh Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky
Passed and approved the 7th day I Mnryland, Man., Miss , Teon., West
' Smtpmlier. IiiOk "... . ...
of September, 190«.
Attest: Seal.
Peter Bowkrs,
Mayor.
Vi gir I i and Canada
C j. Turpin.
Gen'l Agent
Dr. C. J. l.ukens, Kye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Specialist, Enid. Glasses Fitted
First Published in the Wave Sept. 13
1900.
PAVING RESOLUTION.
Be it resolved by the Mayor and
City Council of the City of Enid,
Garfield County, Oklahoma Ter-
ritory:
Whereas, we, the Mayor and City
Council of the City of Enid, Garfield
Connty, Oklahoma Territory, deem it
necessary to grade, pave, gutter,
dra n and otherwise improve the fol
lowing described streets, avenues,
and public places and parts of streets,
avenues and public places in the said
City of Enid:
And, whereas, it is necesfary to
levy a special tax provided by law for
such improvements.
Now, therefore, be it resolved by
ti e Mayor and City Council, that we
do hereoy declare that the grading,
paving,^guttering, draining, and other=
wise improving >he follov ing streets,
avenues, and public places, and parts
of streets, avenues, and public places
within the City limits of the City of
Enid, necessary to be done, to wit:
Commencing at a po nt on Maire
-trect at the west line of Indepen-
dence Avenue where Main Street
intersects independei ce Avenue;
thence west on Main Street to the
west line of Twenty-fourth Street at
the intersection of said Maine and
Twenty-fourth Streets, in theCity of
Enid, Garfield Count y, Oklahoma Ter-
ritory.
And, be it further resolved, that
this resolution be published for the
time and in the manner required by
law.
Passed and approved September
7th, 1906.
Attest: Seal
peter Bowers,
Mayor.
-E. R. Lke,
City Clerk.
J'he Chamber of Commerce has
dropped back into the o.d time "uoth-
ing doing' rut. Very few attend, a
the meeting the other night and
there is much work on hand. I, it
possible that we will '-e ctmpe'led to
"reorganize" once moie?
Just as we go to prc.-i at 4:15, the
Eleventh District Constitutional
convention nominated Harry N.
Horner, of Enid township, on the
twelfth ballot.
Makes All "
"I waat a p il
i sheet r :
cant in c:iarcr£
Dlil'er enr,e.
. i to roate over
J a. n an to the
ot t!.? ; lice sta-
e dog is It?"
e."
r do ? i:le onc 3*o.i wou'dn't
'lit when he bit a neighbor's
i es. but it's different now."
"How so?"
!e bit me "—Cleveland
Dealer
Plain
ft. I- ft P. Time laD .
The rlKht Koad to and From and
Between
' 1CAGO CM A li A
MEMPHIS, DP.NYLK
PEORIA • Lu.
Bt, JOSEPH b'uiu "OKTB
KANSAS CITY PA i1 L.
EL PASO Ml.N \ ■>!.!•■
and anywhere l.eyund
Trains n ave Fn .! as follows,
North Ito.iu I
No. 12 dally through « Chicago H;* 7 tu
No. 30toTope^a i.ixj
No. 14 Omaha c;-6 y m
No.72 Local freight i..
mh in hoiim),
Sn. r. dally to I t, Warth y:4? a. m.
No. :h5 ' connects for Lit I if
K'«;U and east on U. O. O. 0:.'5 p. txi.
No. 11 10:30 p. m.
No. 7H lor--! I fi i-lj/iii «;2u a. m.
K. k A i,lnt'—Went Hound,
o. IWdeparts dally llu.ni
So 17 local d illy ex pinday b:o0 a. •
East Hound
:-o IMarrlves dally 4:0!) p. iu.
No |56local freight arrives b:00 p ro.
Enid k RtlPncra Line
.No. 142 departs te:H6 &, nr>
No 111 arrives 4 p. tn
• "08 Passenger ..
mi
01)
a m
7:46 p tij
10.15 p ix
6 4t p«m
10.15 p. to
3 15 p. m
1.4(i p. in
. 6:40p m
9:00a
Chamberlain's Cough Reined"
Cores Colds, Croup «lxi VfticopinK CotigU
C. R. I. & P Rates.
Pueblo Colorado and return $19,30
Mamouth Hot Springs, Wyoming
and return $59.30.
Salt Lake City Utah and return
$34.50.
St. Louis, Missouri [and return
$21 30.
Portland Oregon and return #63.45.
San Francisco. California and re-
turn #t tt.
Los Angeles, California and return
#60.
MilwaukeelWisconson and return
$31.80.
W aukesha, JWisconsou^and returi
#:il.5«.
Celorado Springs Colorado and re
turn *19 30.
tir^t class train service atol
points. 'You will be pleased wlta
our ontln; If you use the Rock I«
irisc I'tll!
Second class colonist tickets on
sale Aug. 27 to Oct. 31st to.
Billings, Mont $22.85
Hinsdale, Mont 30.85
Livingstone, Mont 22 85
Ogden and Salt Lake 22 85
Helena and Butte 25.35
Spokane 25 35
Portland,Tacoma,Seattle 27.85
Also to many points in Canada, Colo=
rado, Idaho, Montana. Oregon, Utah,
Washington and W yoming. Inquire
at the Frisco depot.
R. C. MILI S,
Agent
440 local
007 Prsse.iger arrives
" arrives ..
63P mixed, arrives
WEST BOUNt
No.60h Passenger departs ...
910 Passenger., arrlvos ,
rt42 local freight arrives..
641 mixed leaves
A. V. & W
Passenger leave
leaves 8:H) p
| 14. east departs 3:80 p is
Local freight 6:60 a. u
West arrives 9:65 a. in
6:10 p. in
UNII & AVARD LINK.
No.#13 leave Enid 9 3« a u,
No. 651 " Enid ,. 4 00 p. o>
614 Paste gwr arrive 6:06 p. rn
658 losa ft arrive.. 6:05 p, m
tor detailed information in regard
o train,aer ice ..rates, etc apply to
R C MILLS,
The D. E. and G.
ouble Train Service Between Guthrie
and Kiowa, Kansas.
TIME TABLiR, NO. 0.
east bound.
No. 2 Passenger. leave.
No. 4 "
No. 10 Mixed
5:28 p t>
8:47 a. m
1:15 a, m
, 8:40 a m
7:14 p. in
2:25 p ui
and lines.
b>.'...
H fl. Gray,
west bound
No. 1 Passenger, leaves .
No. 3 '•
No. li Mixed "
Tickets sold through and baggage
checked to destination.
C J Tukp , Gen Agent
Market Report.
Wneat, 67.1
Oats, 30.
Egfs, I c.
Broomcorn, #70 (g #75
Corn, 40;.
Butter 80c.
Hogs, #4.50 (4 #6.50.
Ducks and geese, 6c. 4c
Chickens, spring,
Hem-, 6c.
First Published at the Wave Sept. li
1906.
ParingKesoluli on.
Be It resolved by the Mayor and City
Conncil of the City of Enid, Gar -
Held County, Oklaf oma Territory :
Whereas, we, the Mayor and City
Council ol the City of Enid, Garfield
County, Oklnhoma Territory, deem it
necessary to grade, pave, gutter,
drain, and otherwise inprove the
following describedstreets, avenues,
and public places and parts of streets,
avenues, and public places in
I ity of Enid:
And, whereas, it is necessary
levy a special tax provided by
for such improvements.
Now, therefore, be it resolved u
the Mayor and City Council, that we
do hereby declare that the grading,
paving, guttering, draining, and
otherwise improving the following
streets, a\enues, ai d public places
and parts of streets, avenues, aad
public places within the City limit*
of the City of Enid, necessary to be
done, to-wit:
Commencing at a point on Monroe-
Street at the west line of Indt (end-
ence Avenue, where Monroe St ret
intersects said Independerri A . e i,ue
thence west on Monroe Sti,, i ,0 the
west line of Twenty-fourth Street,
at the intersection of said Monroe
street and Twenty-fourth Street, all
In the City of Enid. Garfield County,
Oklahoma Territory.
And, belt further resolved that
this resolution be published for the
time and in the manner required by
7th 'm. and approvea Septpm
Attest: —Seal.
PK'fhK BeiWf.KS
May r.
L. . ' ee
City Clerk,]
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