The Enid Weekly Wave. (Enid, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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Enid, Oklahoma, Thursday, November 1, 1906.
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| FOR A NICE
Dress or Work Shoe,
Trunk Suit Case or Trav-
eling Bag Call At
Alexander & Bowman Shoe Co. f
| All New Goods. Price Marked in Plain Figures. £
HALF MILLION BANK $
The Largest Capital, Largest Number of Home Stockholders. Sfe
The assets of this bank considerably exceed a half million dol-
ars, as shown by the following statement of Sept. 5, 190®.
Cash & Sight ex.... $143,862.30
Bonds and Prem.... 166,868.19
Loans & Discounts.. 253,594.57
Furniture & Fixtures 5,000.00
We hav« set a new stake and are just as anxious to increase
the volume of orr business as we were the day we opened thir-
teen years ago September 16, 1893. We invite every business
and professional man, farmer, mechanic, clerk, houskeeper and
wage earner to keep an account with us.
Our stock Holders are as follows:
S,. T. Alton M.Godschack J. v Roberts
M. M. Callh>Tay. W. H. King B. L. Hobiuson
W. E. Cogdal J. E, Mctdristj A. E Stephenson
John ( urran. J , L) Miuton ilenn V Walters
C. E. Gannon. C E. Mehew E B. Weatheriy
F. H. Letson O. J. Hemming
EN!D NATIONAL BANK.
TR Y IT
i PHOTOS A I' NIGHT
Open Every night this week deminstrating that
the Aristo Lamp is as good as day-light for making photo-
Vreeland Photos are the best
East Side Square.
Charley Grogan Quite Sick.
Mr. Chas. Grogan left Enid last
Thursday for Kansas City
to meet his wife who had
been visiting in Illinois. When Mr.
Grogan left Enid he was suffering with
a very bad cold. While walking with
Mrs. Grogan on the streets of Kansas
City he suddenly became very sick and
fell over. He was taken to a hospital
and during Saturday last it was feared
that he could not live, his trouble was
quick pneumonia. But he revived and
started for home last night and arrived
at Enid at 10:20 a. m. He rods all
the way through on a stretcher and
was carried from the train and taken
home in an ambulance all wrapped up.
Mr. Grogran is quite dangerously ill,
but it is believed that the danger point
has passed and he will get along all
right providing a relapse does not come
from thalong railway ride.
The big t nt rink will
amuse die people for four
mghts this week with fierce
races for prizes. An exhibi-
tion of fast skating.
10 29 d4t
There will be something doing at the
Enid Skating Rink Thursday night.
Some say that city girls are poor, ig-
norant things. Some of them cannot
tell a horse from a cow, but they do
know that Hollisters Rocky Mountain
Tea is one of the greatest beautifiers
known! Tea or Tablets, 35 cents,
The Owl Drug Store and Corry Phar-
The Enid rink, a good
place to take your friends
during the carnival. If
It is undoubted and ^undisputed by any competent judge
of furnace fuel that
or cleanliness economy and general satisfaction EXCELLS
any other furnace fuel known
Donl M\k Doiil Theorise Trf II now
Order to-day as present prices are exceptiodally low $6.oo
per Ton delivered. Telephone 65.
Enid Electric & Gas Company.
ring the carnival. If
you don't skate you can
10 29 d4t
Mrs. Oliver Funston is very ill at her
home in the northeast part of town.
liie Great Cosmopolitan
Arrived Ibis Morning.
A Bu«y Day Staking Teats. A
Brief Description of the
Traveling on its own special train of
twenty double length cars, the Great
Cosmopolitan Shows, which furnishes
all of the attractions for the monster
Eagles club street fair, arrived in the
city, from Columbus, Kansas, at an
early hour this morning. The long run
from Columbus was made in good time
by the Frisco and the shows early ar-
rival made it possible for the big com-
pany to have everything in readiness
for tonight's opening,
Fifteen paid shows of a moral and re-
fined nature, suitable for ladies and
children to attend will be furnished
Enid patrons. In each city in which
the mammoth amusement concern has
appeared, press and public have united
in endorsing it as the largest street
fair company affording only moral and
refined amusements that had ever
Principal among the host of paid at-
tractions is the monster Wild West
and Indian congress conceeded to be
the largest and most novel of all street
Among the other" paid features are
"Mysterious Mamies," electric thea-
ter, the "Out Law Show," Great Lon-
don Ghost Show, Crazy House, Carou-
set, Alabama minstrels, Ferris wheel,
Alps or a Day in Switzerland, Nebraska
Queen, the equine giantess, King Jum-
bo, the giant snake, Giggle alley,
Willie Stout, the fat boy, Prince Otto,
midget horse and the Hike the Pike.
Chief among the free acts is Charles
Strahl's remarkabie headforemost,
double somersault high dive from the
top of a 116 foot ladder to a small life
saving net. Senior Juan Rozalry, the
Cuban wonder on the flying trapeze
and marvelous Manuel on the aerial
rings and the Spanish web will also en-
tertain the crowds.
In short Enid people are to be ilford
ed the same big show that so highly
pleased KansasCity's guestB at the
recent monster exposition the shows
will be open for inspection each after-
noon and evening, the engagement
closing Saturday night.
fifty Years (he Standard
Regular meeting nights of the Cham-
ber of Commerce are the first and last
Tuesdays in the month. Regylar meet-
ings for the present will be held in the
district court room at 7:30 p. m. All
old members who are delinquent with
their dues and other citizens who are
interested in the welfare and up-
building of Enid are requested to be
present and file an application for
J. S. Hart,
Enid Chamber of Commerce.
Strayed a bay filly two years old from
my farm. Information will be liberally
paid for. J. D. King.
*10 25 d3t
A Cream of Tartar Powder
iade from Grapes
A Phasing N w Song:.
Mrs. James Steen of Enid is the
author of a very pleasing waltz song
entitled "A June Day" she also set the
music for the same. It is a meritorious
scng that is destined to reach a large
sale throughout the country. The song
can be procured at the music Btore of
Asher it Jacobus, also at Stewarts book
Store. 10 25 dw lw
L \ Faubton c rrl s a full line of
al sites of new and second band
heating stoves. Large assortment to
select from. Big bargains.
10,5 d&w 1 m
The cheapest place to buy heating
stoves is at L. A Faubion's, we*tside
new and second hand, 0 i tl&nlm
Blessed is the man who can rest and
enjoy it. Young men cannot because
they need to be making a name and a
fortune. Old men cannot because, in-
ured to employment all there lives, they
break down and die when left with
nothing but time on their hands. Work
is the greatest blessing of the age.
The curse of work is in over doing it.
•WS ARE OVER STOCKED-
• On Small 1 n str u tn o n t
J Until October 1st, 25 per cent, off the regular marked price. J
J Violins *4 00 and up Guitars $3.00 and up ;
J Mandolins $3.00 and up
J Don't forget the bargains in New White Si-wing Machine®, Second *
* Hand Organs, almost as good as new, from tiO up.
ASHER & JACOBUS
J v eat Sides Square. ' Enid, Oklatu m;<
H'ou*a§, hrui.sts m/id burns,
Byappl>i< tf antiseptic dressing'
to wounds, biui^es, burn* and like in
jurirs t>t* ort intt iiudtion sets in, tbey
maybe be ltd without maturation
and iq about o tbird the ilue re-
quired bv the old treatment. Tbis
is tne greatest diwcov ry and triumpd
i m.-nern 8u*j;erv. Chamberlain's
Pain Baitn acts o this name princi*
e Ji isan'istptic aid when ap
pi eo t" such causes iheiu to heal
vt-r\ qu ikl . 1 is aluo a lay* the
i>ain nd soren^>8 and prevents any
dang-' r of bi n d n"is. ittj/ Keep a
b ttle f Pain Halm in vour borne
and it wi i s i ve v<iu tim and money,
not to menti n th inc nvenience
1 nd huff rmt; such tojur ps e: tail.
F r 8.-ie bv the ()*l Drug Si r aid
lilt YIIU Mil) * STIMULANT?
If not Don't T. ke it.
f you U STakc Bt li; Milton.
Enid Transfer and Storage Co.
Thb WORLD MOVES, AND SO DOWE,
We are the poople that do all the heavy and light hauling such as N
Iron safes, machinery, building stone and steel. For Pianos
and Household Goods, we have
Padded Vans for Moving
Nine lock Rooms for storing Household Goods. Receivers and distri-
butors of freight in car load lots. We move everything
1 Safe to a Rubber Balloon.
Emerick & Sons, 701 Grand Ave.
T HE SHOE MAN.
As the years worst walking season
approaches Our Shoes step into prorai-
v\ c < *"j t.
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Spare Ten Minutes
at least—to the consideration of greater kitchen comfort, better meals, more
< f a saving; in cooking expanses. Spend that ten minutes learning of he
everlasting strength, scientific construction, splendid cooking effcency
and money saving quality of
"The Mai leable Range
and Savory Coffee
Served II Visitors-
. demonstrator who knows his business
in attendance to explain in detail
The Malleable s" construction and
distinctive good points.
To every purch ser of
" 1 he Malleable"
Range this week only we will give
absolutely FREE, a *7.50 set of
IN AC rUAL OPERATION AT OUR STORE FRO vl
Nov. 5, = to Nov. 10.
Isn't the kitchen of your home of safficient importance, at least, for you to i form
yourself of what progress is being made in the improvement of cooking apparatus?
you're cordially welcome—if buying's the farthest thought from your mind.
H. H. Champlin,
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