Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 43, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 24, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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Free Trip to Kansas City
'C^C^eT^- ^il" mu<^c w'1'1 l'lu siviug on your l,Koudy-to-put on"
Clothing, if you do your buying of in. : : : : :
Its Remarkable How Quick the People Get on to a Really Good Thing.
Hero's lht^8|H3ciul Men'. Suit Salt', just started last woek 11 ml everybody in town
and plenty of people in the country are talking about it already. : : : :
Its Unusual! Its Great!! Its a Money Saving Sale and its "Real," is what They say.
Here's the point. So many sales are full of promise and empty in realization.
Our method is just the reverse—to prondso just a little less than we give. It
Pays in the long run. l'ays you and pays us. We've not disturbed a ticket
in tiie house; just marked the back of them with red ink at the cut price. It
will prove protltablo as well as entertaining reading to go through the list—
s 5.00 Suits Down to.... s 4.00
ti.00 " •' u .... 4.So
7.00 " " " .. .. 5.(io
* s.00 Suits Down to....$ ti. 4o sl5.no Suits Down to... . § l-.oo
(t.ni) • << u . .. T.io m w.,
' 10.un << " " .. .. 12. 0
" " . 8.00
'• " .. .. 10.50
<1 " . 10.00
A nH f ho Rocf" nf All it gives you none but the newest of the new and the best of
MI1U Lilt; DcoL <JI MM the really good to select from.
See out' Show Windows
For Eye Openers.
Perry s Foremost Clothiers, Slioers, Hatters and Furnishers.
Scvttii. Sido of Sq.ia.are, OpF-slic Cs"J.rt Ss-j.sc.
RAILROAD TIME TA ! E.
SOl'TIi BO : D.
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w. . 1 "ft, Tortt E*pre#
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No. 123, Freight
N •. n« . I'hicM'* K*i rf*
N>.. «< . Mium nn Kivt r txpr«M..
N >. 4'A'. Freiirht
N« . *r ha* throa :h *Wl*rto Kanwli'y an J ,
nu<kM conn«,ctioiu at N wion for California
l oilito;al o couu ctioi * t«niica*c<*.
No tn niaken c«>nu« ctmn for Chicago, has
•W|>er from Ai^nnw* 1 Hi to Kanwu- • t>.
c«>i ntcti«n ^ichifa with Itim-.i
ti aim* e *f 1"' ***•1' "•l* aa'1 I"
malMi connectioi at Wit.fit hi wila • uther..
Knn*a tmm* 11M.
Nt*. Ki* ami 4U7 lhron ch train* t« (JhIt^I"!!
N k . ISi anil KZ\ carry i a wn r -r* betwwm Ar-
*ti< 1 I'uroell.
Tu«kMt* <>l'lan'l liagtfw clirckH to all par*
| Mrs White was here from White Rock
Cupt. Bacheldor. of Newkirk, was
Charles Mitchell waa down from
White ilock today.
Mr. and Mrs, l>. O. Brady were in
j Guthrie yenterdiiy.
gptoill AfM( L D. LitTerty w s uj>
from Guthrie today.
Hanker J. W. McNoal was up from the
capital lttPt evening, on business.
Mrs. M U. Talley,of the Talley Cot
V it -r "A". . A^r..-1 tace, has bceo hick for several days,
o'thecoiuitn. AoeT'lnnt t cket « M- Ar^-|
o tnecoiuun ««■* .. «■ ■■■ -
fl iciiou ol 10 | rr<>nt matlr on rotm Imp tcae.# ,
11 -ill jM-intf where <>ue way fare iIimm B« t exce^i
Y. K. WESTM*KLT, Af^nt
P«rry, O. T, April. I. i V )
Jim King wan tore from Stillwater
1 1,iff Deputj C'.iarlie Colcord oanie in
/ron. ttie r.ortli today.
VV. A. Hill from KiMnreU-
L. It KUmer# nt U> Ciathrie !«t«'
Cloclu! clock*!! clock*!!! ut ti.irnfttV
(lo and «h> tliem.
tio to Howend'il.l^t « for li uiiu<'uk
II. nt at) In. kiwMt | ric«
n.nrv Ht Tom RIV berberekofi til
Kivn you a al.sve whicl. will BUi^ )ou-
AH-n Curulliers left yeatordny for ti e
aoutli. It is reported that lie will go to
Havana in a few days.
Judge E. li. Mentz returned this
morning from a two week's vieit to li's
old borne in L mibiana.
N'ow let us have a rousing Kourth.
Kverjbody for lift) miles around, come,
aud let us have a gjod time.
Ilav It. N. Smith, of the . !. K. church,
who has !>*eu threatene«l w ith malarial
fever, is able to be out again.
Mrs. I>_ivid Atp'and of the I'acillc
hotel, who g 't bis face ,cabled, is some
I letter.but her face is very sore
Mrs. Williams, the Good Luckniillir
er, not only enjojs a good trade from
the ladies of Perry an l vicinity, but ri
ceives wholesale orders from Burround-
A Katon, tn^ of the prosperous farm-
ers of Antelope Valley, was a pleasant
caller tidiy. lie says the crop of com,
cotton and castor beans is very tine iu
J. M Rockwell, who was for several
years nr.nager of t'.ie U.ckwell Hr<j«.
Lumber Co.. of this citv, but now of
Sherman, Texas, is in the city greeting
bis many Mends.
Under the direction of l.r. S. A- Moote
anJCol I'^ianci. the race track is I eing
put in perfect condition for the 4th of
July racej. We will have Eoine good
racing on a splendid track. |
Young IJrown, who bought Hester's
place, north of the city, cut u three and
a half inch gusli in the lop of I.is foot
yejttrday, while chopping wood. The
wound was sewed up by Drs U'engle
We erred yesterday wlieu we said
Baron William Vo'mer. of the Star
Clothing Co., bad returned from OUla
horua City. lie had just returned from
K insssCity. where he met the agont of
the largest New York cbthiug house
Hurrah for the 4tk of July.
A big celebration will be held at Per
ry. Full und complete arrungemen' •
have becu perfected, and now let every
body get ready to hav) a good time.
A Parlor Meeting.
The Y. A". 0. T. L'. will give a "Parlor
Meeting" at the residence of Mrs. A. 11.
Holes, next l'riday evening, Juue !i<ltl .
A program will bo rendered, and rtfrenb
luents served, t^jine aud spend a pleas-
ant evening with the Y's
Killed by LIvbtnTnff.
A thirteen yoir old boy of Mr. Situ-
m.ns' who lives eight miles southeast ut
Oklahoma City, was killed by 1 glitning
lust Saturday night. When the rain
came up the boy wont down stairs and
s tt on the hleps watching the storm. A
b .It of lightning struck the house, and
ran down by the boy killing him instant
ly. There were eignt other per ons in
the house who were not injured 111 the
least. —Oklahoma City Republican.
lly authority in ine vested by tli
Noble County Sunday Scliool Associa-
tion, I hereby call a township Sunday
School convention for Kast lllack Bear
township, to meet at the Hose II
school house on the northeast quarter
of section 20, township 3*2. range 1 west,
live miles north aud one mile east of the
city of Perry, 111 Sunday, July 5 181KJ, at
10:00 a m. for the purpose of organiz
ing a permanent Township Suuduy
School Association and elect olllcers
therefor. All Sunday School workers if
liast Black Bear are requested to be
present and take an active part. Dmnor
will be had at the school house so come
with well tilled baskets, J. L>. Smith,
Tern. Pros. of Kits! Black Bear.
10:00 a. m,lingular Sunday School lesson.
conducted by K. It. Hudson,
President of Couutj Suudaj
11:0) Devotional Exercises lead by
11:30 "What constitutes a good Sup-
erintendent,'' by Charles
11:40 General Discussion.
11:30 "What constitutes a good
Teacher," by Bru Long-
12:"X) Cieneral discussion and ap
pointment of committees.
becpss for dinner.
1:30 r. m. Devotional Exercises, 'end by
1:00 Reports of committees and
election of officers.
Hon. K, M. Clark « Can«li«latc.
Hon. E M.Clark, of this city, is a can-
didate for the nomination.ou the Popu-
list ticket.to make the race against lion.
D. T. Flynn for delegate to congress.
Although we do not ^gree with Mr.
Clark politically, we know him to b> a
gentleman of sterling qualities, nbl\
honest and true to his friends and con-
victions. 1 he Pop" lists of Oklahoma
I will make no m'shike if they nominate
; ; ; Tht Chanea of V„ ur Lift Time to
Our city buyers bought entire stock of L. Abt «Sc
8011, of Cliicago, tlie tiuest elotliing milkers in
tlio east. Wo Imvo one-third of stock on our
tallies, )?5,000 balance lulu been shipped to our
other stores. We will retail at Wholesale prices.
Come look us over. Vours anxious to please.
N°r'h Side Sl"are- B
[N N \ SI\ A A V^~\ NJv 'N:.NA JK..;
> SlIFPER UNTOLD MISURIE5.
. ACTS AS A SPECIFIC
> By Arousing to Healtlif Action all her Organs.
It causes health to bloom, amis
v joy to reign throughout the frame. <
; ...It Never Pails to Regulate •
I "Mr wlfnhaaheen unrtertrentmentof lcn«1-i
f Inu iibyflfians three vt'iirs. w'lj'piiti'eiient. y
I Aftar ualnu nf Hli.v l l-. hl.l s \
> l K.MALK llKOUIiATOIt lie can do berown <
> cuukluv. wilkliiu' nnrt wuslilnK." .
S N.S. 1IUYAN. Henderson. A!®.
> BUADF1EM) UKtiiLATOtt C O., Atlanta, (is.
Sold by druggists at II.UO per bottle.
It it required an annual outlay of 8100
to insure a family agumet any eeriouf
consequences from an attack of bowel
complaint during the year, there are
many who would feel it their duty to
pay it; that they could not fttTord to risk
their lives, and those of their family, for
such an amount. Any one can get this
insurance for 2."> c«nt8, that being the
price of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera aud Diairhoeu Remedy. In al-
most every neighborhood some one has
ditd from an attack of bowel complaint
before medicine could be procured or a
physician summoned. Oue or two doses
of this remedy will cure any ordinary
case. It never fails. Can you afford to
take the risk for so small an amount.
For sale by Hanlej & English.
Will field CliaiiCau«|iia Awmlily.
Arrangements are now nearly complet-
ed for the Wlnfleld Chautauqua Assem-
bly, which opens June 10th and closes
'25th. Among the platform attractions
ire Dr. Itobert Xourse, of Washington,
D C.; liishop Vincent, of Topeka, Gen.
John U. Gordon, of Georgia;
I lev. Don S. Colt, of Wichita; Rev. Z. T.
Sweeney, of Indiana; Pr«-f VV, l\ VVillet,
of Chicago; Pres. Moyer, of St. John's
College; Ex- Governor Hubbard, of Tex-
as; Miss Charlotte Stetson,of California;
Dr. Hubert Mclntyre, of Denver. Dr. C.
M. Mitchell, of Kansas City; Prof, Louis
Favour, of Chicago; Jahu Hewitt Miller,
Wellington Choral Union, I leal Concert
Corn pan v, with several for which dates
are not yet tixed.
The departments of instruction will
include: Sacred Literature. W.C.T. U.
School of Methods, Klocutiwn, Dclsarte
and Physical Culture, Political Science.
Applied Chemistry, Kindergarten Train-
ing School, Art, including painting and
drawing, Single Tax school; C. L. S C.
Round Tables every day, Society Reun-
ions, and a lecture on School Science
each day by a leading educator. Good
music every day.
June UHb, will be "Chautauqua Rally
Day," and on June 20th Gen. Gordon
will give his great lecture, "The Last
Days of the Confederacy.*'
Write for June Herald.
Miut'T Victor MurJoik H il<
n.KrKi*t. Ti mm fori*. i« ile
iif.x trip to tlie cupiial totliiy.
Hon. E. M. Ciark as their candidate for
dele^nte to congroBP.
Small in size, but great in results, l)e
Wilt's Little Early liisers act gently but
thorouijlily, curing mjinestiun, dy pep-
sia and constipation. Small pills, safe
pill, btst pill. E. E. llowendobler.
When we consider that the Intestinw
are about live tinieB as long as the body
«e can realize the intense sutTering ex-
perience! when they become ir.ti tmed'
DeWitt's L'olic .t Cholera Cure subdues
inflammation at once and comp'etely re-
moves the difficulty, E E II iwendobler
We are anxious to do a little good in
this world and can th ink of no pleasant-
er or better way to do it ttian by recom-
mending Ono Minute Coutfh Cure as a
preventive of pneumonia, consumption
mid other serous lung troubles that fol-
low neglected colds. E. E. llowendobler.
i Congressman I). T. Flynn and family
(let your watch work ('"r p.through last night, on their re-
neltV. He can ti* your wult h up A N".1 lurn Waabingtou to (luthrie.
' (l.rn.tf. Cheruke* Liniment h guar Our c^n. had the r regular cyclone
a bru,..,. ..re^.u* «
Try II. "
1 their .'umber, were not diotuibcd l««t
The Turner brother. r.< now the pro-
prietor. f the Perry Hfum Laundry
nn I ,re d..ing good work. Try lh m^
The one ti">e UI.kkI puriller. Il"*eii
<h>Wi>r'. Compound K.nlracf of H«i««pr,
• *""•"■™ "Mil*m," ii w«i-> «'"• ™'
:r..r - -
Urolhefn, Ml H>« I *"* blw""' , UU
Every l*>dy wli.o Dome, to Perry on the
nil will have a g >'l tune. There will
b. a hum of very attractive entertain-
It I J P Hill and Wife, of tlainsville. Tex
Mrs llat'ie A, DeUarr. *• ife of Prnf.
E lwin Deilurr. of the Norman univem
ly, died of peritonitis at 0 o'clock Mon-
day eveuing. Prof. IteBarr passed
through last evening accompanying the
remains to ll.ittle Creek. Michigan for
interment. The numerous friendj in
1'errj tender him their hearty sympathy
iu this his greatest sorrow
Leave orders at this office
DO ut. H. W, Wimisoit.
School Wurraiils K< r Hulc.
1 have tllO.OO in 1W'"> whool war
Mc>srs Wullingford ami L)ay
liuvc j;<inc t<> Kansus <"i business.
W. 11. l'oolc sliippeil three car
loads of nice fut ln'jts to the Kan-
sas City market Saturday.
(i rand pa Mcl'racken i- again very
Hev. Diincui will |>reach in the
I'm ile school every second Sunday
at II o'clock, instead 4 o'clock as
The recent rains has made the
|ir< |>ects for a good crop of corn
Mis* l.izzie Poole left Tuesday
for Nebraska, where she goes to
visit her grand parents, Mr. and
Mis. Sanuiel l'oole, of Hcatrke.
Little 15c.\ Wallingfonl i« unite
Messrs I'riiniiier and Scribni r
lilauk Books, Legal Blanks,
Job Printing a Specialty.
p^est Equipped Office
th*..r.anu«b fo barbers >n the
oily, but wliea y *«"' • «°"'1 h"v'''
a bath, go over on ti..** ™
I'.rlle. having couatry pr<sluee
di.puMof nan do Ml by lakH'H " «"
iTcoyW * C .
Takla« the Paoiffc •" 1 ,n
fata In aiak. up a ltr.1 •'•a-
It la ktrnfumi ^aaalk'O ilia M "
Slissee Mamie and Ldlla llurcb, who
havn been visiting their brother, .nd
sister, nt While Head, I T , t.luri^l
I hi. evening.
A look Wanted,
A white woman oooll wanted at llie
Kaiuou. 'estuuraut on the south «idc.
Call at onee. WW
The l*aiti«i< ll"Ul, •!««* •ml "r*|
p«*a A.plaad U*e eharg- agal«.
Nfa'wd Ma <tU Wai. p talailly u
IWaart H ri ^
tsratel ,lh* ,
**3, || bkssl ami .kia d •
am) Lltaati-er lam's
IteMMsly aar'lallr **
•map and ahw.pin<
«i«* pt H<p| relief aad w aa e an I
Ml. W. hat.^dit^«"*;-,7'":
aad M has a.tef la.la.1 to HmmWH
■ ..IMIMIM ti, W. W*"*
Stains IV. llaaW
well have thl.
Mra J. Uera.tein, ot Otaaha, N'ebra.
Ita, I* vlsilmg her <>n, lleratan. and
daagbtor, Mrs. Mm li||ii ehi. *holl* e
,,ne and on.- half mile, south,
Our werlhy Kb.sil treasurer 0. I
Ma ker hs. Ma IV«iM ^
' dwelling bf
painting.'••• '*• "•h*,d
Tha tlleycle club of IVrrv eai'iyed a
whirl ..a li.etr «ne wheele la.t aveaia*.
he evemag aelaled Ihem In haf **•'
rani, for sale cheap, suitable to pay | are in the Otoe country this week.
taxes E. W. Adam., 41 If | Hi uool, 13oV.
— — - «| —-
New bugg>-, for driving horse.
iliaiwl V. W. A Pa Ma.
A girl wanted at oeoe Inquire al
Mrs. I. . tlarnett'., cjrner of 7lh and
The |iiibllc In.tallalion of th* cfllc.r.
•leot of IVrt.v, Chapter No. 1>1 Koysl
Arch Maeon. I. poatponrd until Friday
evening, All blue lodge maeon. aad
families are Invited. Hva further not
ioe, aad make rsady hi MM and have
ii good time. lli.Miir ItiraiM.
II a MiiKatnttf.
reurth af July Kttri
Tlie A.T, JIM, K Itadway «ll< cell
round trip licksla IMween (siinte within
■Jiei mdee 1'n'llel* oa sale July :kl and
4th with return liatit of Jnty <lth.
A nearly new ten hor>* power, Nichule
| sin-pin,r<i Tiaallaa .-oguie, Ndff
11 r 1111 r.asing tra le and enlatgsment k,,„„| |„n„s Call "ii A. I'. Ilinde. Har<'«
alduallhaamade it aaoeaaary to pat In mtt9Mm _
.t.elviag at the popular .hoe buuM W| ~rt (a TrM„„
of llueriaan* o. ^ t )(,„r „|j p,,n is.tr Hllk dree, for
ToefcKs waaU tia "curfew. rna hll,jll(wl „r i„,usehold gi >K by Iher* A
truly *.shI(!) uiti« ne have "doptei |l(WVI,(li ^oouJ |,aad alore, aoith of
abuat everything ele*i they aught aa
^ all I ti 14 Vu (llli
There will It* a renular mtrtlng of the
Haotern Klar WedneeiUy evening, June
'JHh All aiem'iefe are re«|nested to be
present, as there will lie Work.
|itt a* Wann.
Ofsi Air lerttcf,
Preaskhm t Ihe I'reebyterian okarth
neat Mumlay «l II a. m. ami p n .
The a p m «a iea lll be lield lilt*
. . . o«*n air. toot oatetdetharhareh, Thai
n,«eveaiag ealate.1 thein t|||MH l*slteriim la a bulldlt|
faeeiaatintf aad | ^^te t>* alt. and ll will he
MrsJ M Mhe'don ha* lately taken
charge of the HI. Julian hotel, cornet nt
•th and II etreele. an I ha* had II aleely
rtfltted and refurmeheil and la an*
■ mating and w.e.intf aiaan«r ««' , ^ f |tH| „ #i|| \m
m ,m |.«.ke.l iai with a pleasiajl .tade ' M . ,, h,,m„ Will na.lv I- *n« rooms, either ba «h .ley or
ZIke h.mlaom.*H*M *baeM at*.at | jJa*i*toMJ*a.f a | rwaa-Mi rate.. 4JU
Atford its own presses, paper cutter and every-
thing used in a first-class newspaper establish-
ment. Cartles the largest stock of stationery.
Call and investigate fur youraely.
as the Largest Circultion.
Tin1 NVkkki.y KarKiti'Ki.k-TiMKs reacho. tnnst
of our energetic fanner* and you cannot
afford to but lie on the auhscriptloti list. If
yon lire not it pubtcriber rail ill and recelvu
a saiupio copy—you lived it at your hotna.
JTverything up to Date.
TIip l>*tl.v F.wtiiapmak-TiMit. reaches you In
title little nml coiitaln. the aiitne nss<*'iatu
tire.s di>|uitetii s which the Wichita Kagl
lula ami vivtw you the most complete dally In
tlie Territory i ! I i i i i I
The Only Paper In the City
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