Daily Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 190, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 12, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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DAI LY ENTEKPRISE-TI31ES.
OFI'ICI AL I'AI'KU OF NOULK COl'XI V.
E ! Y. i-OLLE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 13D5.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
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rt ir-l War ;
F. .V \. M. IVrri I.
hollis its regular r
lirht and tl'.ird I'ri.la;-
it rent. AH masons i
PERRY C spter No.
1 MMOM BMtltt M ■
7tli htrw-t iw) 'Jr.'I and
700 p. m. Um
II. I). McKmear,
v Ki ck
n \\ i i i; \ \ ; i
J_j No 23. meets regularly i
unci fourth Wednesdays . r
at h ll on I) street. \ isit
I O.O.F n at
st 7 p '
J. W. Qn. k.
o. < ).
■t ~ nt i>
pttriuobi are eordially
ten.I. I L,imd
On- I.f.vx. Scribe.
| > i ill.I! Lodge No. ■
L Rebecca, I. " O. 1
fgndn ..r eanb month.
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II ITTIF Kl kt'K S.
i harliy Knox
II .y our Xm
ill.. ti. lirnt ami
linl I'liu mi.
Iheir 11ill I n.
ami H Btri
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II .v.. I' III.** ti- i !)• ti—t
Tburadaya at - ;i" I 'V ''
feventl. !«•> veen C an.I I> ft ..
HaTTIF. J. Mi'KnICHT. 1 r.
EMMA I'°"! K°T- S'''
I SIGHTS OF LA BO it, L \
ft. veetaaaob *ond« ewnii g at .
... thel' hall onOtb b« w«en l>. and 1
VWting ;-n.^liiH w.
E. M. Thom as C
iv i siiid « t v.
094. IVrry. O. T . nirern
•'Vt*ninir nt nt tht?
nir brc tJi Tf nl\vHyB wei
itv I.all. V.
to ine froru Sliawne^.
i nec-K wear at the Star
181 il * w 1 w
■.in up from (.Utlir'e\ebter-
>r the Pi
lardii.^ is here fr<
own awl hl ic
IS! (1 A A I A
J. it. Carl i* up from (iuthrie.
F. 8. Kr. hk is u|> from Guthrie,
K. Penny was upfi-.jm Guthrie today
liuuks A- WaJe for Xtuaa presents.
Deputy II. M. L
is over from Shaw
□Jim Ca-e u juj up frwiu the cipitol u \ ll uiiUaiac OIH. r.
da.>. i We s|n*nt a very pleatutit half hour
Frank Iv. ?, waa liere from Newkirk yesterday evening with th * genial aup-
t da>. erintendent of the Perry Water, Light
from | A 1°® Company, K. I> Xim«, aud his
L'hae. ItaKer was down fr m Cr^ sa u •
Hen C.isey left tii.H morning for Call
for n la.
Deputy Frank Claton wa* over
A. C. Hi ii. I*j'a little daughter is very
-ick with typhoid fever.
A. Ii. Harve .formerly with th^Ciuth-
■ tate c ipitul cHtue in today.
.itTahle b<<ok keeper. K. \V, Adams, nt
their odice at the mill. The office is el
egantly fitted up and perfect in its up-
poiutmeulH, consisting of four room
hen.l.-ioiii -ly carp *ttcd and furnished, i
bath room with puree Liu luifd tub anil
ARE YOU INSUlfiS?
a small spark often
in a few uiinutt-s, tb« aocnagh
tion of \ear*.
sicklier, aoci.lent, or
iide a trip lo Guthri
Ho it IVivvhu
Cha . Uauuli cuuij iu
.Sain L. Cumiuui^s is iu iue city fr u.
J.li.Kjdiuan was up from Guthrie
! N e \ k i r k
Xinas ^oods at the Perry Drug tom
in from Btdforo
& w iw
■ 1 en you
I. I> Treman, c.iKhier of the Farmers
nd Merchant! bank has been fiick, but
J. h. (iarver come in from Bcdfor. i ,t,e learn is improving.
blWI With seasonable compliments, you are
Nicv fresh Baltimore o bters and fresji. ! invited to call anil inspect our new hoii
iclii^un celery ui ICueb liios. | lay stock. E E. Howendobler. 9U 2w
Hon. Joe McNeal passed through la.*-
glit on his w y home from a trip t-
jlora lo and New Mexico.
>\ ia up t tu the
i i mu
s the "Pli
m Pudding" at tin
I ||, death
valuable life of a bread winner ot*
a happy fauiilv—reducing it in
poverty and want. Fire, life sb4
accidujit inftiwnce protects agahmt
To net oood inscrako it i* la-
portant to select companies whaw
history shows them to he nm
ami tri'k and who make good •#-
llibits of bona k1db imet* tni
whose 1'aid t.osstw bear witoaai
that their policies are t*laabl«.
Please examine onr compoofa*.
we have had experience.
It. R. Hcdsok & Co.,
< )ffice over Globe Dry Good* «eor«,
Perry, ().• T.
K.i g after eourt matters,
rotoh country butter for 25
•outs, n Grayt. DO-lw.
j Dr I J .\inler8on, w ho has been ver.
K, l- able t« the stieei aga u.
\ Kr« ■>-, wift iiH •* charge of th j cir
i ill i.i in of tne Daily Leader was in th>
| city to day.
Dresse 1 Cat fish 12-2 cts per lb.
■ at Central Market S. £. Cor. of Sqr.
u -Id water attachments.
l ite weigh.ng for tiie mill will bedon'
from the tfl e. Iu tine rtom a h.rge
•ii v.iu't lias l>een pla.-ed a d cas-^s ar
tilled r*jr tiling papers. Taken as u
• ii le, it is one of the handsomest ao<i
ii r perfectly iquipped bi'biues* otlieeh
iu tne T.-rritory Mr. David McKiostry,
the popular manager of the mill plant,
has been for some time at Colorado
Springs recuperating from his severe
dlne&s. I!*• is expected home about the
tir^t of January, when it is intened to
commence operations at the mill.
E. A. Hunt was is the city from New
sirK y esterday.
R. Hampton is here irom Hillsdale,
Ivs , on court matters.
L. C Parmentcr v\as a visitor froui
Clerk J. H, Havighorst visited the
:he capital today.
Attorney C. G. Harney w as in the city
today from Guthrie.
Spare Ribs and Liver a'ways /.
stock ui Central Market. S.E Cc:
1 jf Ssuare 190 2i
at y, m
v for sal • or rnnt
door to Extf.r-
appie butter and
h Brothers on C
and Sixth, lol-tf
n suits in all the
i'.ar CI thing 0 m
181 -U w4w
The Plum Podding c >mpany is at
the ilotnl Perry today.
S. H. Hamilton came up from Oka
homuCity this morning.
Agent Paul Jundt, of the Papst Co.,
.as up from Guthrie today .
Miss Pearl Busby left for Guthrie last
night, wbere she will remain tome tiui* , for home.
Dr Perry, president of th« u"iutield ^r* ^ray on the
National Bank.was in the city yesterday.
New En ine Better Lights-
We made a call yesterday afternoon at
the oflice of the Perry Water, Light !t
lee company, at the plant, in the south
part (jf the city, and found everybody,
from Sup. intendent E. I). Xims down,
very busy pi tting in a new L I iV Bod-
iey Corliss engine, manufactured at Cin-
nnnati. It isabeautifni matin c-, of
-rse power, and Mil be a marked
ovement over the old one, in a sav-
i g of fm 1 to the company and furnish
g better lights to patrons.
The com piny have gone to consider-
S. W.Miller representing the Topek. j able expense to make this change, which
Paper Co., was waiting on our busmen should be appreciated by the citizens of
men today ana reports business good. Perry, ns th« lignts will bo much stead-
E. M. Pinkerton, who has been con | ihr and brighter, as the speed w ill be
lined to his bed with an accute attaet j more regular. Mr. Nims informed us
of neuralgia, is out again. | 'hat it would take about six days and j
(1. F. Hawks of Arkansus City, train | 'o«h" 1,1 ^"nplele the work, ivl.en tl.e1
G ly is still irtthe "(>ush
Jo per cent reduction from
' on shoes
GIVlN AW A r.
10 p r rent of a'I yojr pure bans
at the Boston Store, Co/I fot pu**
t cuar at A. WoIL b^o'b, north oi§4
of square. 181 -0)
Tickets on ''Large Doll*' given ivty
with each twenty-tive cent pnrrhise jl
the Perry Drug Co. 188-iC
| master of the Santa Fe was in tne city
this morn n^ and left for Purcell.
Our hardware in 'reliant, A. C II .1 ,
j oas moved into the Wilson property, o.
I E sire. t. next door to Sheriff Hansen.
I Editor Tom Stumbaugh,of the Eari
boro N ?ws, who was a witness before the
grand jury here, leit on the noon trai .
lightti will be 'urned on again.
side of tio
I Toe eases . f tu F ,ir oi
:''ompany agaiust t . « - . ,ie,., ,,n :.i*
i ight of way in the city , were decided
: in the district court today in favor of
tne Santa Fe. We were informed today
by a representative of the c unpauy that
] they intend to clear the right of way in
• few days and will at once make con
Uiderable improvement in the way
Don't Mi** Thia Cbsice,
For sALit: X. m« Hn* \oung teiAJ
itiobtl, mate*. tli y-il p for (Mil
or bell on t.m<
for market by
1 I ' TM
21* t. Enfutrs ti
Fi. H. Pimit
Following is the list of Qnclaimed Ut-
ters remaining in the post office at ferry
f | <>klahoma, for the weekending
r\ r\. i. ,dap n _ . _ _ _n
SHv r *ar giv n o.vny at the Bos-
ton Store, A. Holleson' , north i t
itir Ci >thii._r Cjiii
181 il i *■ 4w
i'Ipe a fa
11 Kn I
can uk« .
rs • f th-
ln> night .
11 \ e
beauty of such
i f res '1 n ■
e if sold soon
ils- me collet
ms Few peopl
ty and m irvelou-
a\ ns will be c >
The Long Bell lumber company hav«
veral cars coal, best quality, lowebt
1.1* tra. ks and switching facilities and | 18^5. Persons ruHief fee
1' J. Atterberry, John Watts ami
I > T. France were down trom Newkirk
Buy something in the furniture line
f r Xinas presents of
.'Jt Banks &. Wade.
1) \V Parker, the ge itlemanly travel-
ing agent for the Kansas City Star, is in
make this one of the
>f Ai kansas C ty.
best yards south | 'he^e letters will plewe say "sdvtrtitei
• nd give date of this list:
Rockers, Pictures, Ottoman and every-
• hing el-e th it'sgootl for Xrnas pr« <aents.
ot Banks <(r Wade.
square, is m .kirfg sp^uial
to customers ou shoes, dress goods ■
underwear. 90 lw.
The Centrai Marke is head guar.-
rs for F sh, Oys ers a d Ue/ery.
S.E. Co •. of Square. 1&0 2t
Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman, who live 12
miles South e. t of (he oil* iiav ■ had a
MTttro uituL-k of malarial fvrer, Lrni nodi ! " ",e L'".v-l,l« <5tiiwna will giv* an I Qarton, Mins Eva
ll.e careut l)i- UreUKle, are up .in n. . auppor anil euiBrtainiuent to- tlarrinon, Mrs Lenna Harris, Frank
W. B. Merydith, praaident of f< «oa.d for tl.e | Baathw, Walter Harrison, C1«n
L n n 0, B ink, at Cn.iad.er is camp | ba',,n,w UuB °"'h" bu'ld,n«' ^ Jttn
A number of the citizens of Perry L^gute, Mrs A
nave been invited and will attend. A ' Maseey, John
i-'ree Home League will be organized, O'Bryan, A T
O. K. Walker, formerly a member ot j aULj .d genefai good time is expected.
Uitf Time in District Thirty.
A new 6chool house has just been com-
eied in the X. E. lay lor district (sehoo!
| usirict No. :i0), about eight miles north
' of t he ci
Branham, B F
FallneH Kev J K
Fowler, Miss Gail
Barst, Allen M
Becker, Mrs J
Fillmore B R
Gray, Mrs Mary
Gotheridge, Thoa S
e l near th^city in charge of 900 head i
of cattle which i e is driving to Kansa .!
SherifT Hansen left on the noon
f r Guthrie .on business w ith
II AKMON I).'..
11 every Friday nigi-t a' K I
7th Street. Vi-itinK jriends alnaia
Perry Ii dge N < 'J,
meets every M mlay mghl
Ml yiaiting Knight eel •
l « p
A " 1
n a •
\\ . I nil liO'lii 's 1
lit Orilt r of l . 11. 'I W .a i.i
, ,r.. liret ami third Tuenlay . vet.
UsmM month at 7«0 p. m., in 01.
irutWii u w 11 '■sl ~"ll> "I1V ' 11
,n stand lUir lo. .-
di.Tly invite.1 K K li.iiBi^-, W.M.
w. c. mcctnta, Riooroer. |
1 0,lul>, of f'1'" > ■ 1 ,ur> •'
avening, 8 o'alpek. All reform to
i l' in.'ti invited to d cuja thia
'^Jlu,,. K. of I- Hall. tre.
Adn.iwion free. " collw-twin,
A. H. ftmtwNo,
B?.n\i2/3 - plying,
te y.D.c. 121U895,
Joluisloii A ?I<I> maid's
BIG CITV ATTRNCTIOX.
Mrs. Tom Sowanl and children went
(iuthrie today for a few days visit
received at th« p-mt oHl.*e Book
.eh'>ice lot of Christmas and nth-
me townsile board of Newkirk, was in
• ur city this morning. Mr. Walker o vi.s' District Court*
one of tne finest claims in Kay county 1 he district court Was occupied yes-
The Arena, Munsey, tbt Deleneutor, I terd"y with the blowing cases: W. B.
\uditor Judge, Puck and North American Re
I view and subscription for the Weekly
Enterprise Times taken at ttie P. O
, LJ -ok Store.
i Vou will find large assortment t>f ti-
I • 11■ t.ces1 C ilifornia canned f ruits, canneu
omatoes, Kaw Valley canned apples aim
1 other table luxuries at Smith Brothef-
on t- ftr^et between Fifth and Sixth.
(i -od shoes. Cheap shoes. Fine shoe-. r • i i j t n* i. «
. ' R eetvedaoar load of ropeka flnm.
vnv kino ol shoes, at Gray s, at !2."i per ,, , r, , . ,, , ....
• ' 1 , Big t-our ami Golden llod brands. 1 h
cent ott of regular prices. 1)0 Ct. , . u in .
| I is choice old wheat flour and will mak«
Dr. Brengle went to Pooca hist n:"l t splendid bread. Call and get prices ai.u
vhore ho uns nalledfo attend the sick, j lr.x
•hild of \Ir Wethersn • n
Xm is is com n. . hut our Xrnas pres-
• nt«? nre a'ready h-Te
187 3t Banks & Wade.
f\ E Dennis has j ist pulled through
a long spell of sickness and will soon lit
able to be out. again.
Jam, 11. LKWI
With their own Superb Band
und Orchestra under the di-
rect u:i of Goo. M. MeD >nald.
I ^ If I P. \ DSll I P A"-eniii:y N i • ,
1 K of Ij rn^'ts every iaturday e\e- -
inJt at T:n<) in K. of I', hall on Ttli "t.-et,
Host of land o«cev j sToNt_ M U.
Mt««o TtnnKF P ^
1 | , Loyal Temperance Legiooi Oun'i forqet the Date,
li. meets'evfli; Sunday ft""oon «' ;,j Thursday, De
o'clock, at the 1S i. byterian chun h. /•
Mrs, E. M. McCngue. from Grey
Horse. I T., is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. F. II Kellogg.
This is fine weather but not "in it" for
Xmas presents like goods from Banks it
Wade. 187 .It
Ctias. L. Wenner's little boy, who has
had a severe attack of pneumonia, we
learn is much better.
Remember that we have nico big
fresh oysters in bulk. The finest that
can be got in tow n, we get them fresh
twice a week. Iviieb Bros.
l7*j tf. .c'mith Ricoh.
J. E. Shnnafelt, of the Post Oflice Bo< k
ami News Co. returned to tlay from at
tending tlo meeting of the grand lodg
Knights of Pytlii is at Guthrie, nd re-
torts ii very harm mi nis and profit.ib
meeting A new constitution was adop
ed. The visiting delegates were enter
taincd in a priucoly manner by the
officers and members of the Guthrn
The Salvation Army w ill have a sweai -
ing in of recruits on Sunday evening.
Doc. 10th, by Brigadier Georgo Sully, ol
Kansas City. Brigadier Sully is firs
officer in command of the South wes.
Division of the Salvation Army of th.
U S.; an officer of ripe experience, who
has seen much service in the salvation
war; a forcible and logical speakt r, well
posted in the teachings qf these pecul-
iar people. Mrs. Sully, an estimable
Stanley vs Rebecca Paeasler, forcible
entry and detainer. Jury returned ver-
dict for defcLdant. Richard Hampton
vs J. 1'. Morris, to recover money loaned
d fendant. Jury found for plaintiff
d assessed judgment for 8903.:J8, ant.
• >sts of suit. Thecaseof Lavington \b
loore is on trial as we go to press.
i ose. R
Sherrill, Mi66 May
Tom 1 in, Mrs L N
Lancaster, T L
McDermed Mist M
Miller, Mrs Mary
Primmer, Miss B
Runnion, A R
MeKalsen, Makal H
Williams, Mit B G
The i irciiian's Hall
To be given on the *27th, by the mem-
ers of the Perry Fire company, is for
tie purpose of raising funds to better
•quip the company. Tins isfor a worthy
•urpose, and one in whe-h every citize
f Perry is interested, aud everybody
mould patronize it.
Copies of the Wlklly Enterprise < i
■v-pt. 14ih, '94, March 8ih, April 12tl
Vug. 2 and bept. 18th, *93 Will give
ix month's subscription to anyone sei d-
^ us a copy or either of thf-se dates.
Purnv .V WKi.ru.
A good six room house
between 8 th. aud 9 th.
' fi-anville Morris, hi X -\v
Oil I) stie 1
Ei quire o
Twenty nine uidiet. waute at Grabs'
each day unti! X a as to e> amine our J
wool, yard wide, dress £1>ui • 1 . at 2o
per yard. Big reduction in hi- na.
90-Gt 1^ \v Gbay.
Don't forget the P ise,
I SO end 2i cents
tf m lady and accomplished*musician, will ac-
Fire ChieVj.*M.Hnrrwen7to Guthrie ^mpany her husband and ably assist
last evening in the interest of the Fire !im 1,1 1,8 wor
man's nall, which will be given hereon FOR SALE: Fine tern) four tear
t io 27th. He will endeavor to get the 1 old mules, thoronghfy br ke: elegant
For Sale ok r^xt u.i.Mii.. Uo0 acre
.trm in Anderson county, Kansas, eig- t
niles from Garnett, one-half unie frou
post office, school and church, 2o0 acres
'irst l)ottom, 80 acres secoiul bottom,
vatered by creek. 5 acres of tine t'mb<>.
65acres dlegant timothy meadow. Every
foot tillable except timber land. Fi >•
orchard in full liearing. Will sell at a
eat musical talent in the Territory for team big marts, and s:.reral teams I bargain or exchange for ^mailer farm,
the occasion. \lr Hart will spare no good colts, Will sell cheap for cash. cattl , good business property or stock
pains or expense to make the ball one of l '//ws 0/'for hay corn I of it chandiFe Enquire of or addreai
tUi' lluwt tt-er gtNVu in thw Tfrnt'dryS 1 of Califs, t. tf. Ptfifi ti j E. U. PeBKr, fht«
[First pub. in the KnterprlH Not. IMffe. J
Hi fore the Uuited States Land OSes,
Perry, O. T., November 30th, 1106
Uauhel Wsitlauf, Plamtifl, j latol*-
in* B. W.
iosiah D. linear, defendant.) 31 Ji 3 V.
Affidavit .,f contest having Wan (tad
n i h is oflice by liuchel W aitlaof, nMia
■ tf, against Josiah D. Hacar, dafaaaaal,
charging tl.at the defendant in ffct
.ijuve entitled cause haa wholly alMMl-
.ned siud land for mora I haa sts anatW
e*t prior to the tilinu of said ao^twt,
.nil that tne said defendant haa
ailed to establish a mid.aea, irtih
ipon or improve said land as wqutMri
iv law. The said parties sra ha*al>r
■•..nnioned to appear at the V. 8. Laaa
)ITice at Perry, O. T.,on Fabrnary loth,
S'.Xi, nt U o'clock «. m . sad fomtfh
.•MillionI in Kiinport of said sllejation,
• ui to respond and furnish tsatiBiny !•
i.e di-fense thereof.
174 d 30 t. Refiatar.
1 Kirvt pqIiI shod In tlit Daily btrnftM-Tleil
not 0: 10 are dipositiofb.
In the District Court of Noble etmity,
.'Iiarles J. Staiisl.y, plaintiff,
Elizabeth P.Stansby,defendant, ,
The aliove namnd defendant^ Illu-
ie.h P Btan^t.y. il| take notice that
ine plamiilf «iil t.il.h the depoaitiolia of
undry wi nee-es it ihi. office of John
Wnn.Notary publ'.i, SO tiresham house,
Old Uroad street, London, England, on
tl.e 3rd day of Jan ,18U6,to be usedMavi-
.lenc« in the suid plaint ilTa behalf on tba
t rial of the above ease,and that sald dapO-
si ions will be taken betweaajtha hdtlrtof
10 a. m. and 4 p. m. of said day, and saay '
be adjourned from day to day, at th* V d
.ame place, until they are oomplatad %
[l. s) J. h. HATiaaoaar, v t ^
Cle % . f Diatrict Caart * % t. \ %
By W. C. Oljsn, Deputy * * " '
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