Daily Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 192, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 14, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF NOBLE COUNTY.
PERRY, ISC3LE CtUNTY, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, DEC. 14, 1895.
rl wont to Guthrie today.
11<i:i ret.uuo l to Chicago
v an left for Shawnee today.
1' ivlor vus down from Hlock-
5 up to date holiday
1 K llowendobler's?
iat beautiful angel at
oan ? 01M
:.uue iu irjii)
uines at the
at the Perry
Another car iond of thoee fiue Mis-
souri potatoes, cheap hs before at Hem
Li* _ _ i"3-tf
| Mm, Louisa Henderson, of Wichita, a
i foraier resident of Perry, in in the city
attending to huMneaa interims.
I Oysters and tish Rt Kansas City prices.
I The Central Market, southeast corner
I squara. -
Wanif.d:—Wool, com, hay, \egeta
bles or anything else a family can use,
! on subscription to t he tkupkisk.
| Our elegant holiday stock is popular
j toek in all ren pacts, full of new novel-
(is aud pleasing attractions,
K K Howendobler.
For a Christmas present get one of
j . I. .-• line brier pipes, at cost, at Leiu-
nger A fVallnce's. 188 tf.
Mrs. Hat tie Campbell, of Xeodasha,
Ks ,t came in today to visit her daugh-
ter, Mrs. Kate J. Hatcher.
Watch for our holiday price* list. It
With seasonable compliments you are
invited to all and inspect our new holi-
day stock. E E Howendobler.
1 have the cheapest piece of residence
property in tins city for sale if sold soon.
J. J. La Mar, next door to Enterprise
Wo meet all honorable competition; a
trial will convince you. The Central
Meat Market, southeast corner public
By the Ladies' Aid Society of the Ohrii-
One of the pleasantest| socials of the
season was the "Chrysanthemum So-
cial," given by the ladies of the Chris-
tian church last night. The Sunday
school and lecture rooms were thrown
open, which, added to the chspel, af-
forded one large room in which to re-
Doii't fail topee the great musical ceive and entertain their guests.
far Co comedy "A Plum Pudding" at the 1 lieautiful pictures and potted flowers
pera house tonight. Good music, good J were tastefully arranged about the
church, and the entrances from the
chapel were handsomely and artistically
v . J. •
t. v. ' i
c. 1. I- n
188-tf. | . ill make our competitors squirm. The
I Central, southeast corner square. 02 2
I Deputy Steve liurke came up today
' from Purcell, where he arrested Win
■ Day and bro.ight to this city. Day is
'- barged with perjury in a case before
i necK wear at the Star j the land office.
181 d 4 w 4 w
ituntry butter for
> up from Guthrie to-
singing, new songs, tew dances.
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal
church tomorrow at 11a. m. and 7:30 p
m. Important subjects will be discuss
>■(1 in the sermons. Sunday school at 10
o'clock, with practice of Christmas car-
ols, All welcome.
Nothing too good for Christmas ! You
want the best. ^This is your chance. We
are able to sell the nicest of goods. You
can't help being pleased, so come in at
once and make jour selections from our
grand stock of solid gold and gold filled
watches and jewelry. Style, merit,
worth ind quality combined.
E E Howendobler.
r. a. v. i «
1, a Perry boy, who w
days, is in the city,
r property for sale
.1. .J. L iMar, next do
tirf t and t i.ird in- v -
«tr« t "All ' •
.1 Mai • i ets d ■
7th street ever> -nd un«i
730 |'. i H ■ "•
II. D. U .
i No n;-
Talliferro and Noah
shington hand press
bined. A bargain
1, and nost po
Plum Pndding will be served "Red
Plum Puddiag is said to b-3 the best Hot''at the opera house tonight. Miss
from play that has ever been in Perry. Don t ' Gussie Johnstone will appear in her new
miss this treat. ! and original songs and dances, the "But-
We ban the «naet line .of eUwrware torfl>' Uanee," the "Spanish Dunce," and
jron ever aaar. Oar alain to that we oan I*** beautiful dances. Magnitlcent
aatl you g X)d g-rnV fur less money than 1 c*tumen and funny commediana.
; u ever dreamed of setting | D# /.ling, bewitching, charming, capti-
K K Howendobler. j vating, entrancing, pleasing. beautiful,
Dressed Cat fish 12-2 cts. per lb. handsome, admirable, attrac-
t Central Market S. E. Cor. of Sqr. durable, useful, appropriate, eco
1 90 2t uom.cal, superior, lasitng, desirable, ex-
cellent, f-r . iceable, beneficial—our new
Preaching at tii
; preaching in the <
, union services i
Presbyterian church |
I at 11 o*ok ok. No
zoning on account of i
: the Congregaoional,
nt ball on D str
at 7:30 p. ' n
ami C. Visitor.1
J. W. Qti< ;
| <>. <>. I
at 7 .
r o of i
•as up fr
we regret to
f the Oklahoma
n Oklahoma City
stock of solid gold and gold tilled jewel-
ry and watches. E E Howendoblar.
In a conversation today witn W. H.
Leininger and J. E. Shanafelt, the for
mer a delegate and the latter an officer
I Brigadier Sully, of the southwest di-j of the Grand Lodge. Knights of Pythias,
\ inion of the S t'.vation Army.will preach wbiob held a session at Oklahoma City
' at th M K. rliur. h Sunday afternoon this week, they spoke of a very harmo-
| no>xt at :: o'clock. ! niops meeting, and of the continued
: popularity and progression of the order.
I All that ia now, novel •pit' appropriate I Among other tbinga the Grand L'jdge
w.il be found in our desirable select i ns | adopted a new constitution.
of fancy goods and novelties, toilet ert i
cles. A ■ We have a svftlcient variety to
draped with portierj. The chairt were
removed from the center of the room,
ami fur and Brussels rugs were taste
fully Lrranged. The arrangements and
decorations were very happy and
gave to the commodious church rooms a
pleasing and home like air.
The very beautiful display of Chry
santhemums, which transformed the
church into the fragrance and beauty of
a summer garden, were kindly furnished
by Mesdames Means, Holland, Bole*,
Wade, Lobsitz and Schilling
During the evening a solo, entitled
"Anothers wife is Nellie,'1 was beauti-
fully sung by Miss Mittie Bryan, with
Miss Davenport at the organ. Mra.
Brady was very entertaining iu her se
lect readings, which were followed by a
solo by MrB. T. F. Miller, entitled "Th
Sweetest Song Ever Told," which were
delightfully rendered. Master Harvey
Glenn gave one of ins delightful recita
tions; then came more soogs
The ladies served light refreshments,
consisting of doughnuts and coffee.
large number of our citizene were pree
ont and the hours were borne away on
the wiugs of social enjoyment and
A Baaitifal Aagel.
Oh! Mamma! Oo buy ma oaa aft ham
little angel* at Adkiaon'a f rwxry. TUf
are ju*t too lovely for aajthiag.
Never mind daar, thay belongWBaam
Clau*, and h* wdl b* aura to atop at Ik*
popular corner grocery aad gathm wp
all tho** handaome praaanta. and I 0m
sure he will remember be* good go*
har* been and leave yo* the beantifal
angel with winge, and alao oaa nt tbma
fancy boxes of cream and cheoelate W -
bon* for Christmaa.
The people of Oklahoma have bma
paying a much heavier tai than that* la
any reason for. In Perry there waa at
least 20 mill* of the levy far lMi
a* shown by the dioieion in the MM
brought by Morgan A Paacaaat aa*|f
time aince. Mr. Paoeoaat it aev iavaa-
tigating the levy tor 189S and ia MtM^ad
that at laaat 30 millaof tba levy ia illegal
and ha will bring auit at oaoa to taatth*
Ordera for aubaeriptiom to tha Daily
and Weekly Kirraarsiai-TiMm, tar jgb
work or advertising ean be left wAh toe
Poatoffioe Book and New* aoafiaf, at
ais ion nrana?
0 cents p
was in '
j insure an easy
| lie*. O. T. \U
t onal church. !
rinson,of the Congretfa-
ft today for El Reno,
ill return with him in a
esh apj>le butter and
.. . i IJrothers "f <'
Come and restycur wistful eyes upon
nur now stock . f line silverware. It will
suggest to you ;■ t om
ent and alTord >ou
men suits, best J ever made
r.d at Star Cioth-
181 d a w 4 \v
E i; Ho
:e tne prop
Emma C ]* •:" '• >v
K '• '
10 : b< I
p drop in prices at the Central
kot, r. iutheastcorner square.
Cheap shoes, Fine shoes,
ol . at Gray's, at 25 per
" regular prices. 90-Ct.
Bell ' am H-r c >mpany nave
rs coal, best quality, lowest
cry -5 cent purchase we give a
ur large 85.00 doll, to be tfiven
i- Liu as ove.
E E Howendobler,
There will be a Gospel Temperanc
! service at the Congregational church
| east side, tomorrow evening, under the
aurpices of the i::«lips <>f tho W. * T. V.
All the congregations in tiie city will
join in the services.
Rer W. H. Bos* rth.of Guthrie, will
: conduct tho services at the Cor.grega-
, tional church tomorrow, at 11 o'clock.
| Marshal Ilobocher, of the Osage na-
tion, passe I through on the early train
this morning, [returning from Guthrie,
; where he had taken a prisoner charged
I with perjury.
Don't forget to call at T. G. Adkison's
and see his beautiful display of tine
Christmas candies. There you can see
all varieties of common mix up to the
choicest cream and port wine bon bons.
delicious chocolates and delicate cordial
fruits. There may also be seen a beau-
tiful line of assorted Glase Fruits, Pine
Apple Fritters and French Cherries—
and every conceivable form of penny
goods from the "cat came back" to 100
of Peck's bad boys. Last but not least
comes the full blown Butter Cupp. as-
sorted Straws and Midget cuts. 91 Ot
A good six room house on D street
between 8 th. and 9 th. Enquire of
Granville Morris, at Xew York Hard-
I n. S. l'n<
FT II. C3. tind J. of A. 1
I r..'i. i-'I.i*.• ■ •'• •• • 7
evening nt HiW at the city half, Visit-
ng luntlH-.pnUiivs v-el ."'-mo. j
1! -K-.,. >>* <•!}
Jl every IVMay nlgnl •« 1^- nttll on
7th rtroct. Viaitin;; jriemla always v.t 1-;
[f « f l\,Perry I.-.la '• "r
j\ meets e cry M nd , I nl Hp. m.
Ml viaiting Knight'- wet: itu'•
A b. r. *.V. ;
^V. A. .• i.i Oi . 1
meet:, li'yt =■; d t! ". I
of ea.-h m< ntU ni P- !" -
building on «<•!". t >de 'i""" , 1
,r good stiiMiling from other Igdc • cor-
Wklnvltod, EL B. Oinnons, W.M.
W. 0. iMcCivm-, ltoc< r«l. r.
i st. Smi.tatowl
J Qltlb,ot I'oif.v.- *Ioet« fwery Uiuri ■
day aveninir, 6 a clock. A11 reform worU-
big men invitod to di cuA thla b > •
lotion. K. of Ti. Hall, oil Cth street.
AdfuisHUtn free, noco..e non
A. II. Smu.jhi;, o.\*. n.
J K. of L.' tee ti • • ' •' n*
inH nt 7*30 In K. of l'- ball on . ui stee .
west of lain! offlcp,
\v. .1. sto:- , ^ •
HftTTTK Bpn#" ' ^
f . T. > •' !.
.3). HMAils eV41 v .v'
«Vjloi:k, atiiii' Fn': ■ : t! . " •
N(h;a Htwkkuk, Fi evident.
I Twenty-nioe ladies wanted at Grays
istma.4 candies and con ctioneries, each day until Xmas to examine our al!
jrtment, fruits ai nuts, at wool, yard wide, dress flannels, at 25c
188 tf per yard. Big reduction in this line.
90-Gt F. W. Gray.
. e fresh IJ iltimore oystorc
■higan <• icry at Uueb liros
ind f resh
f'.HT hats iu brown and black
◦thing Co. 181 d * w Iw
v\i^: An A No. 1 milch cow
ab >ut i:W0. Enquiro nt this
(iray i still in tho "push'
25 p«^r cent reduction from
S o Mies Gussie Johnstone in the
| beautiful '-Butterfly Dance," at the
ope* a house tonight.
Spare Ribs and Li/er
slock ai Central Market.
Remember that we have nice big
fr«-.--h o\Htors iu bulk. The finest that
in be got in town, wo get them fresh
twi 'e a wi "k. Uueb Bros IGOtf
Willi nahl compliments, you are
invited to call and inspect our new holi-
Your hue I
N ico, nob
F. E. Howendobler. 90 -w
►and needs a new over coat,
ft. .Star Clothing Com-
1S1 d it w Iw
.. children 6uitn in all the
at the Siar Clothing Com-
161 d a w Aw
You will tind large assortment of t'.io
choicest Californiacauned fruits, canned
tomatoes, Kaw Valley canned apples and
other table luxuries at Smith Brother?
on C street between Fifth and Sixth.
Received a car load of Topeka flour.
Big Four and Golden Rod brands. This
is choice old wheat Hour and will make
splendid bread. Call and get prices aud
172 tf. Smith Bugs.
Mr. Gray, ou the west side of tl.e
square, is making special inducement-
to customers on shoes, dress goods and
underwear. 90 lw.
If you want to buy a nice and appro-
priate Christmas present do not fail U
sao our new holiday stack. We aregla.<
to welcome visitors, pleased to show our
goods aud ready to make clr so prices to
all. E E Howendobler. 192-2 .v
J. M. Hart, chief of tho Perry tire de-
partment, was in ,he city yesterday and
called on the Loader. While hero he
visited the local tire department, and de
clared it to bo the ilnest in the Territory
The Perry tiemen will give a ball on tin
27th, inst., and Mr. Hart employed Prof.
Y'oung's orshestra to furnish music for
They Eat Oysters 'and Have a Qood Time.
Those who attended the oyster sup-
per and entertainment at the new school
house in district No. 30, last night re-
port a very enjoyable time.
The young people, and it may be some
of the older ones, were disappointed io
not being permitted to dance.
A Free Home league waa organized
and speaches made by James J. Hous-
ton, Henry Johnston, from Perry and by
Mr. Parker of the neighborhood.
The social feature were very pleasant
and the oysters were "se'ect."
At 12 o'clock, after the benediction by
Rev. Dubois, all left for their homes.
Tickets on "Large Doll'' given away
ttith each twenty-live cent purchase at
th< Perry Drug Co. 188 if
There will be a box social at the
Knights of Labor hall next Monday
night, Dec. 10th, under the auspices of
10 per cent of all your purchases at
the Boston Store, call for particulars
at A. Wolleson's, north side of square.
E. E. Howendobler is just in receipt
>f a large invoice of the most elegaut
jewelry, for the holiday trade, of the lat-
est and most Iwn n ti fill designs. 012
Copies of t'no Wkelly Enterprise of
Sept. Hth, 01, March 8th, April 12th,
Aug. 2 and Kept. 13th, '95. Will give
ix nvm! i's subscription to anyone send
mg us a copy of either of these dates.
Perry & Welch.
To those contemplating ordering some
newspapers or magazines, we desire to
caution them against giving 6ubscrip
tions to irresponsible and unknown par-
ties when thay can leave subscriptiun-
witli the Poatotlicd News company, who
are reliable, and who guarantee that all
orders loft with them will receive
Don't Mis? This Chance,
For sale: Some fine young teams
mostly mares. Will seil cheap for casl
or •sell on time. Will have them ready
for market by the 21st. Enquire at
E. H. Perry
3Iiss Holland Entertains.
A very enjoyable party was given last
night by Miss Edith Holland, at the res-
idence of Mayor Holland on the east
side, in honor of Mr. Douglas Burch.of
W hitehead, I. T. Those present were
the Misses Burch, and Miss Garner,
Mesirs Jas. Hntchinson, F. W. Smith
and Christian. Tho Mayor and wife
turned the keys over to the young people
and attended the entertainment at the
Christian church. The delightful hours
tilled with social entertainment and
games was as happy,cheerful and mirth-
ful as the laughter and songs of a sum-
mer day* Tempting refreshments were
served at a late honr, after an evening of
pleasure the "good nights" were 6aid.
A small spark often
ia a few minataa, tk« Mcanrfte
Sickness, aeeidait, ;er VjUee
ileath frequently terminate** tbo
valuable life of a bread winner
a happy family—redwing ft to
poverty and w«nt. Fir«, Ufa tmd
accident insurance protect* agelMI
To get good ixtEKisea tt ia im-
portant to select eompeniee when
history shows them t* he tmtm
and trce and who make ge«4 o>
hibits of bora fidb aaneta aa4
whose paid loism bear
that their policies are tfthathie.
Please examine oar eel
We have had experience.
R. K. Hcdios A CO.,
Office over Globe Dry Qe«4a i
Perry, O. T.
For Silk oa Excntxat: 230 Mte
farm in Anderson county, Kansas, eight
miles from Garnett, one-hslf mile free,
poet office, school and church, 250 aeree
tiret bottom, 80 iicres second bottoM,
watered by creek, 5 acres of fiaa timber,
65 acres Mlegant timothy meado*. Urtrf
toot tillable except timber land. File
orchard in full bearing. Will 1*11 at
bargain or exchange for small.r farm,
cattlf, good business prop rty or ate*If
of it rclinndire Enquire ef .r a<t4NH
E. H. PaaaT, tkl. mttm
The Central Market is head quart-
S.s for Fish, Oysters and Celery.
erE.Cor-. of Square. 190 2t
To the Little Folks.
We announce to the little folks that
we have heard from Santa Claus and be
is on his way to Perry, coming as fast as
he can. The winter weather came no
early that he had a hard time to get
through the enow and ice away north,
but he is coming, so b. on th. look out
for him. Ho has a uew and larger sleigh
this Christinas and he has two more
reindeers, as he is bringing a large load.
He will get here in ten days and what a
jolly time we w ill have.
Program of the Gospel Temperance
meeting under tho auspi.ces of the W.
O. T. U., Sunday evening. Dec. lutb, at
the Congregational church, on C Btreet
Song service ten minutes.
Opening Exercise, Quartette.
Ten minutes talk by visiting ministers
Song, ' America," by congregation.
The public is cordially invited.
(Fi.rt pnhliih.it in th. W«.k], kitairla^
Times No., a, ).)
In th« District Conrt of eooitf.
Farmer* National Hank of ArkaaaM (iff, ft**'
a Corboratiou, J'laintiff,
The Lela Town Tore pan j, a Corporation taJUf.
and by virtue of, the lawa ef Iba tttake of Sap*
To the above nome«l rtefandaat, Tba uu mi
Company, n ( orporation:
Yon ar<* hereby notified, and will lake fcHiw,
that the Mid Kbrmere National Baak •# Afkp
kih City, Kaneaa, plaintiff, did, an tXa ITtk m$
oi October, ixus, file ite petitiea ia tl aWf a
Conrt airolnst yon, and that tha said defeateat
ranet anawer enid petition, filed ae tfarwall«aa
or before the Uth day ot Jaaaary, IIW. m
enid petition will be takea aa tiaa and a Mi*
ment rendered in aaid aation aftiaat Ike mii * -
fondant. The I«la Town ('oiapaak, far tka ana
of $£«,'£>, with intereet thereoa at tlia rata of II
per cent, per nnnom, from tha SRk day off fkvW
ranry, 1 and yon are fnrthor noliflod thai aa
order of attachment haa been laeaod oal off oaM
Conrt, acainat the said defaadaat, aad the atof
ha been levied upon tho folloiha# doooHhai
real eetate, to-wit:
□Allof HJpck Ho. 1,eaooptia* lota V,tl, B
11 " "aTeicoptlaa loli 1 1,3,4, H
All of Biock Ho, 4, ezcopting loto SI, S, O tad
All of Block Ho, 5.
All of Block no. a, exceptina lota 1. 2, fe 9*.
I t, 44, 4* and W and lota f, f, it, 44,41 aad 49 ia
block ho. «
All of Block ho. 7, except iat lota A, T aad ■
Ml of Block Hoe, ft aad *
" W, excoptiag lo*o It aad tt.
" ff.naad *
" 17 aaolla
AH of Blocka 15. 14, IT, 18. ly aad *4).
And all of said Lot* and blocka being iocatad
and situattnl in tho towiuito of Lela, in aatd
county and Territory, and the property of tho
baid defendant, The ljola Town Compaay.
And n further judKment will Ite aeked. aaetala*
1 inn ^aid attachment and ndjudgiuf that thia
I plaintiV) have a firet lien on eaid oremiaoa for tho
-t ■ ; Hmount. for which judirmeet will be taken an
I aforebaid; and that said attachment will bo Mfe
FOR SALE: Fine team four year ^nod. nmUaid preinieea aold, acoordiaa to law,
. / .1 li l 1 , a and the proooetl* ther * f applied, let: to tho pay-
oiu mules, thoronghly broke: elegant mentof thecoeta of tin* *uit; and 2nd: w ti*
team big mares, and several teams \ of thu court,
good colts, Will sell cheap for cash, Nuf^mtwr. iwiv
... l m l li-. .l J. H. HauaaeiiT.
give time or exchange for hay, con? UMk.
rr ratlin F H PPBR Y 1 Hitaisl LlfrSBTT.
cr cattle. t. rt. rtHHI, Attorasy.forrialatlt.
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