Perry Daily Enterprise. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 111, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 11, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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PERRY DAILY ENTERPRISE.
PERRY, NOBLE COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. II, 1895.
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BAILBOAD TIME TABLE,
of the Win He Id Courier.
I pasted tiir • iifli on tlu« south Inmrid p.ts
I I;. Hotticiaj fa down from Wichita. I**1**'today, oo hi* way to (iuthrie.
i "ii f.tn jji't a lir t m.-al jit the ' t'. l l .tora,;,, meat. ht the Hijj Horn
in- St. J .iih Iw-slaurHnt li'l C St, loltf I 108 i'.tv,
•I I Sun: ii rrlurned In I'ouoee last! Mr.. I \ Conkling. uf Carrulton, Mo.
ven ng. arrived lit tho city laul evening on u
- , , Vl8'1 lo 'Ier pwrontH Mr. and Mrs. Powers,
iver rroin Mack well I
I Itemember that the Hotel Perry in the
best *100 house in the city. Itf.
Mrn. Nettie Fear left on evening train
yesterda\ for St. Louis, where she goes
ut dc wn t Guthrie on Iln purchase her fall stock of millinery
L>. U. MLGhc
< i > to W.goner's bakery for pure it
cream Corner 7th and D. ]<«;t
the III :< 11 t
I). M. Spron-an I
Orirt" I . v , ,i •.
II' t ,i t|.
caiue up i
.!, II. \
W. \\ . I
at the Pern
Hippie was down from Hut-
' - rand Aruiy of the Republic will hold
I Territorial reunion Wednesday, Thure-
!Friday. Oct.'Uo and 1 1,1M5, at
| Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Attorney I Joy Hoff-1
Guthrie this morn |
> Pawnee t nttend
ne up fron
I tliia morning ami will cover tho distance |
I l>et\veeu here and Pawnee on lug1
ent to Pa ,\ net
i'-nuan Free Pi
t. m. i
c. I. I.
• II'MILM NN.
J. 1 M ins
land ciler) at the Little through
f. publisher of the I
at Wichita, passed
yesterday en route'
of Gull ;
celery at the Blu<
d( u n to Guthrie to
Joe 'iit.in has sold his bay team.'
which has been driven to the hook and
iaildc r wagon in ti, j city, to n Imnker in
| Chandler for flfio.
plerv at the B]i
^ F. M A. M. Perry Lodtfe
heads its regular
first and third Frid
street. All masons
• r«- r. of the Times,
on the noon train.
• ot-lers and e !erv at
nmuiucati' ii tho
at hall «>n 7t;.
CaptyJ. W. Hamilton, Arkans
•une in lust night.
lie 1 ii ut
j o. o. i'. ('!. r, • \o. n !.
1 (O. F. m « *t t v rv I • v • • *< i j
at 7:30 p. in. on 7th street between B
mid ('. Visitors bm «.1v w#l
.]. W. Q i ic k. H. W, Lt • \i.x* - u.
Sec v. N. G.
in the city y•-
All yo i can
Lo i t; I. .t.iir
:. S(-.vata, I. i'.. Wafl
' fo? 1 r* cents at the St.
t, 113street i"l tf.
lt. Ziousville, Ind.. arrived
1 l.ompson, the Kovernnient shfie '
man, is selling more than a hundred
I"| " «•«')« < 7.- cento a pair. This if
nut hi ii| rising when you consider the '
pric" for a number 1 good shoe. lOltf
I ne soverist storm in twenty years
\.-iltd :null, >ni Kansas Sunday night!
J l.if-t. l-ioiii four to six Inches of rain '
Hue ! 'n *Uu hours.
IVI.TI, maa II.Corbett, receiver of
the Guthrie land ollice, passed through
'11 evening train on his way to Padukn,
Ky., to visit a sick son.
W • 1'. Bart, of Kingtisher. regent or
the Agrioultaral ami Meohanioal Cbl-
leg,- it Stillwater, too in tba city yes-
terday ( n his way home.
Dr. T. E. Oldham, who came Jown,
(0 Vlait Mr. Mi-Kii.stry who is still
ver> tick will, typhoid lever, returned
to Wit bite laat evening. • '
K. H. Pei rv. i
.! x« Scrib
i; I) stre<
. a, 1. O. O. r
■ f each month.
If., il , erO. .I. im P
!s lirst and third Thun <
7:il0 (.•. ui. ut ti • !
of StMi-.th ami Bft;
t*s un : vhI to meet w il !i l
ii(>Mi:icr. .IHM: , w.
11 . 10im-eN every tirs' . i
Thursdoys at p. n . a* K. P
Seventh het veen C and i > strr.-t
HaitiK J. MI Kmoht.
Emma ('. Po.v; nov. Sec.
i o Br
7th and !•:
tho R.m k .i'khk, who
t two days taking a look
ai,d'h!i:,!;:ng hands with j
urned Inst nitrht.
t vent ion of the Free
•y H. M. Clark w,
Go to the St. Li
ir r P.. i
All vi ll i * K
r 1 / dge No. «. , K.
Moiiili.\ !. at
L ague to bo composed of si*
tic from each organized county is
1 <• died !■> meet at Perry, O. T., on
' • Oaruthe™, of Oklaboma nty.
■' •''* Vgrioulturiil and M, l.nn
:'iil(.' :! 0'e ut Stillwater, came in yes
erduv ai.d left on night train for Ok' i
| houia City.
Mrs. J. .M, liockwell left today for
Sherman, lev,-IS. to make it her future
home. Mra.Kockwellwill atopoa the!
; 'ny lo visit a few weeks with friends in
Keetanraot for. Oklaboip* City nnd Notnao,
■ and Srat-claaa ,><, , •■ . ,
aquare on Cat 1"® ladiea of the St. Mark'a guild will I
|'.'ive :i picnic at (iraham'a park on the
* < >, i . \\ . ! ,n> I.
A. A noil tOn r of Ui \ •
m«vtfl jirst and third Tue. day < \ : h ;. - !
of eat h month at T::«> p. m.. in lobe}
building on west side square. Workmen
in good standing from other lodge-- cor-'
diail) invited. E. ES. QtBBOjiB, W. .'.l.
. (' M( Cl'M:f Pei order.
' H. C. Tun er.
st. in horn
opening of the
bo out a^ain
rot t. at "
ets. per pair.
i been visiting
Tu iaj and l'
1st. Co\c>. Noii-lnh rcsl
1 (!|l!h. of i -1 I> • Mei
day evening, bo'cioe!:. All ret
ing iihui in\ile-1 to i.oi.d
question. K. of L. Hall, on tith street.! " ' tf Rl
Admission free, no oiiceli"!..
A. il. M ■ .-l.l N... ,i,\s. 11. Li I P,'|'i"> . dangl.t.r of f 11.
('hairuian. I!. P.' I'erry, nf the liM i.m'iiisi:. is oiiite nick
" m, with mnl; rial fever.
J I! < . mid J. ol A .ii ill li n: '
l ' li'.ij. Perry,X). T., meics every Friday I \\ 1 M/, "(H'eruinciit ahoea I' ■" .
eveningatjjp:30at the city ball, Vifcit- n .7 , .. '. '
ing brothersalwiivs welcome. ' J' inpsiui s li. i
KX1GHT8 Ojf UllOR.lt A, 905 —
meets each Monday eveniLg at 7:IKl Intlie istrict, court , f < • nthri,■ yes
in 1 heir hall on (ith l>et\\ i en 1). i i .1 K, j t< rd.iy .1. ill l).i.i-> •' was iulm :'d !o iiail
Visiting Knights cor,iiallv invited. „ u,„ . ,,r i=.", rum
.1. T. Nonr.i:, M. \V. i
K. M. Thov's It. S. Tikis. Moniioi., K. s Poi \ > A W.-iMiinglon Iir.-'i' pr •
nnivvniiiiiu ... v. iL. roller and elidecomliitied. A bargain
CiHIKnl>8HllA v ...
J K. of L. meets overy Taturdiij even-1 * 1 *
inlt at 730 in K. of I'. hall on 7th ateot,' mi-,,, .
west of land office. ' ' ' '' 1,110 I)r"ii^ergcr. of i ,,plon.
W. J. Sto.vh. M. W. 1 will. I.hi-1 eon visiting the family of II. U
Miss MrrriE Bi iuu;, II. S. . Turner, Ii.ls returned lo her home.
Strip being the second anni
1 « to versnry. All are cordially invited to at .
I tend. By order of comjnittee.
| A mule, belonging to n colored man
• named Taylor, was found ru ining nbout
the streets yesterdny with a bad case of
glanders. II,. was caught by Citv,
Marshal Taylor ai d taken out of thl
city and shot.
IIipRkti ii; 'isk.ollice received a pleas*
ant call today from L. U. liioks of the
Oklahoma Farmer nnd Hicks Printing
Co.. of Oklahoma Citvj lie left a copy
of his ,'iii er i i our desk which is verj
haiidscm ' ai. i newsv.
J. A. Stout i.ib moved his cigar fac-
. n 1', tii" no th side < T fbe square, next
'lo r to the li . Horn market. He has
jus! received ; large shipment of domes-
tic and iii por'rd tobaccoes.and expects
to make hie cue of the leading indus-
tries i f I ciry. Mcrohants, lend him
your support. lOD-iit.
•I. I. Houston, of Perry, addrest-cd the
ooya in blue at Ponca at the big annual
reunion hold in that city. The Pouoa
City Courier says: "President Houston's
•ipeti i, t emet! with patriotism and
HAIJMONY Iii'lnitiiig Huciet) n.,
every Friday night at K. I'. iiall on
7th street. Visiting Jnenila always we!
■ ly for the aione\
SOWARD, CLARK^ENRIGHT, ^;";.;.;';•" Simwi-:-r-
The l< nvilh> Hotel gives tho best '• Iv^ys ami wife arrived from (Ije
noilli t' ,|ay. Mr. Keys has engaged in
business i i our city Hnd they intend |o
make th; tiieir future homo. Mr3.
I eye is just returning from San Fran-
cisco, whero slu> baa Ix'ea spending the
Col. II. !•;. (Jill ier, vice director of
horticulture in the Industrial and Me-
stordnv and left last night for
M. W, L\i\ClI, Fine mi eli cow for sale, gives from
Ileal Kstflte, Loans. (~tl.iims a Specially, 'iv,1""d lialf to three gallons of t -h
tilli street. ;.p.*N. li. crocr soiu.rc. I ill'!!: ,
PElUiy. OKLAHOMA | btoie.
::t City I) i
ihc lJa;.iUt, ladits. young and old.
U ill sci ve refreshments, nice and cold,
fee crea u and milk shake,
Served 1 ■ ith tineBt of home made cake.
-■1 xt I i a!ay night, at Moore's hall;
Hon t fail to come, oue and all.
WE INVITE INSPECTION
Ii A K< i A I \S!
^(lkisoi^ ()iit ?plKn) 11,
Just Read This List.
If von are
Imiv this hill:
•kiii^r tor the worth id' your money
R)U TUK SMALL SI M OF «:>,(
25 ll> (iranulated Sugar
1 " Bent Japan Tea
') " Mokartk '. or 71l> cracked Java coffee
1 " Murdock's Pepper (pure)
'4 " 1'ure Spice
'j " Pure Cloven
'i " Pure Cinnamon
' , " Pur* Mustard.
'j •• PanQiagtr
.'I 1'ktfH Soda....
1 ll> Cherokee Unking l'owder.
Hars ('lairette Soap
tli Jap Kice or T lb cracker rice
.'1 cans of toinatoeH
'J cane of California peajhea
1 can h p *arH
Remember the name and place,
T. C. ADKISON,
Northeast Corner Square.
| Bakery and Restaurant*
Open Day and Night.
Oysters in Any Style at Any Time Wanted.
hvervtliing Xoat and (.'lean. We serve the Best the Market
j The following named teachers passpd
a satisfactory examination at the close
of tho Normal, and were granted certili-
I O ( Palmer, N L Wiar. Ii L McCor-
mick and Mrs. Lulu Evans.
lienry Kcx)jfle. A S Covey, Mead a rues
■ Zul ih Z Smelser. Win Penn, Oora V
Hall and Mies A S C Wiar.
W W Cay wood t C L Shomaaon, (l II
Lacey, Anna M Mathews, Minnie Cox,
BlancheSunfield, Laura Herry, Maud
Karl. Carrie S Parker, Mary Roberts,
Mable Wilkins, Annie Alley. Ella Tuck-
er. Mary K Ilarnes ntid Liz/ie Poole.
There were fourteen failures.
( All comrades nnd old soldiers. Womens
Uel.ef (\ rps, and Sons of Vetrans are re
•juested to meet at the post room on
Saturday evenir g. Sept. I")tb,nr7 o'clock
to attend in a body bv special invitation
of Kev. Meyers, hh farewell services at
I the Presbyterian church.
C. W. Ol.aistf.1),
.Situation, in a good family, by an ex-
perienced pirl to do housework. Ad-
dress "(lirl Wanted,Perry, O. T.
M. Greenwald went to Guthrie today
Mr. McKinstry is reported some better
| L. Barnes returned today from a two
' mcnths visit in Kentucky.
Mrs. Thomas Bryan, who has been
sick v.ith typhoid fever, is improving
S. W. Iveiser and wife, who have been
east on a pleasure trip and visiting, ar-
rived today on their return home to
The ladies of Homer C. Jones W. R.
C. will give a Golden Rod social on Fri-
day, Sept. 13th, in the building lately
occupied ly Cummings & Brown, In
connection with the social there will be
several addresses and songs. This is
the first time we have come before you
since Feb.22nd 1895, nnd we would like
to l ave you all come out nnd help us in
our good work.
The general merchandise stock atf2l2
North 7th street has changed hands.
B. F. Ellis having sold to M. Stanley.
Mr. Stanley Came to our city from
Home made bread at Limbockers.
1'ou L\ch.\n/;k: Some good residence
property at Manhattan, Kans'ts, also
twenty head of horr«es, to exchange for
E. II. Perky.
Have you ever tried the Perry Hotel.
Best in the city. Go there next time.
The Ladies' Aid Society will give a
"Poverty Social" at the Presbyterian
church. Thursday evening, Sept. 12th,
and in connection with this social. Jere-
miah Peton has been invited, with his
family and friends, to give one of his
most excellent concerts, which invitation
has l>een accepted. The public is invit-
ed to bo present. Admission to concert
and social 10 cents.
San ford Feland, uncle uf our fellow
townsman, Thomas Bryan, and John
Brown, from Wallace. Mo., are visiting
: with Mr. Bryan and family.
| Miss Ella Morris, expected home last
week, was taken sick while visiting her
sister. Mrs, Hartley, atGlenwood Springs
Col j., but is improving now.
Irving Ii. fuller left today for Okla-
homa City nnd the Choctaw country,
and from there is going into Arkansas
for an extended trip.
Commercial men will tind tho Agrico-
la, under the no vv management, the prop-
er place to stop,
"A Chase for a Wife," a regulation
farce comedy, was the bill at Harris'
Theatre la6t night. Aside from the us-
ual farce-comedy features, the concerted
efforts of the company in an olio of in-
teresting spectacular features, songs,
dances, drills and pantomime diversities
found groat favor with tho large au-
dience present.—Pittsburg Times, Dec.
At the Perry oj era house, September
20th and 21st.
For Sale or Exchange: 330 acre
farm in Anderson county, Kansas, eight,
miles from Garnett, one-half mile from
post oflicc, school and church, 250 acres
Hrst bottom, 80 acres second bottom,
watered by oreek, 15 acres of tine timber
j 05 acres ellegant timothy meadow. Every
•foot tillable except, timber land. Fine
't here was a ^Borap" between two boys ! orchard in full bearing. Will sell at a
last night on 1 > street, in front of the i',hr^a'ri "r exchange for smaller farm,
©alvation Army barracks. Henry Grant j cattle, g* od business property or stock
hit a boy by the name of Chaney, in the, merchandise. Enquire of or address
bond with a rook, cutting quite a gash
! from which *he .lood " wed f,-e*Iy
The boy stood an tho burning deck,
and the wind was very high: but he was
calm and serene, why? Because he
reads the Daily Enterprise, the best
Daily in the Territory, and sees what an
immense lot of goods 1J. Knox sells from
tjjo Jittlc red cart every day in tho week*
E. H. Perry, this office.
Lo ut -'Vvto 2 oy*.
One eight year old, dark skin, olana
eye^, scar on far ■ . u a itt.e crosseyed
who answers to the name of Cwcr^e
Myers. The other boy is Darned Willie
Myers, is seven years old, blue eyes, fair
skin, freckled, light hair. Both loft
home Aug. 27. .\d4resf their father, J.
F. Myers, at Tecumseh, 0. T.
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