Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 225, Ed. 1 Friday, January 22, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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Hollis] Local Ira'tfbt 1U l°
k,, i/wil.M* throotfb to K*n>Mt ity ft&u
■mkM cooBWtloue t N®wton for C%Ulorai«
point*; •l'-o coon. cil« • to t hicogo.
No 40# mak«« eonnoctioM for ('hicvo.
-i* froa. ArklDNiR * it? to Kmmm t-lty*
£S£? ISSiMitfiSTTt Wichita with Krt«fo
Irliee wt for St. krala mil inUrmftdtaU poitU;
Hot. K aud 407 through lr ln to Ci*l*«*tOB
No*. 422 und 423 carrjr i a *onf«r« b«tw««n Ar
l«oiH i'ity ami Harwll.
Tlcksts wM aadbsfygs e.V?g^'J,M Kl?
l<i *11 points elisre one waj far* dues no< •««•«
®80#' F.. E. WssTasvaW. •• <
Perry. O. T, April, t. W
EASTEItN STAR, Perry chapter
No 21, uieets regularly on the second
and fourth Wednesdays of each month
at hall on D atreet. Visitors cordially
IO. O. F.—Cherokee Lodge No. 14 1.
O. O. K. meets every Thursday •v®j|'n£
at 7S*) p- m. on "th street between 11
andC. Viaitora are alwaya welcome.
J. W. Quick, l', chki*toph,
1 at. 0o*ey, Non-Interest Boud
1 Olub, of ferry.—Meets every rhura-
ilay evening, 8 o'clock. All reform w"rk:
ins men Invited to discuns this bond
Kn. K. of L. Hall, on bth atreet.
A. H. J-1I<U' J*8' p p
C .airman. K- Y
I^STHKlt t<odge No. 8, Daughtera of
!jItobecca. I O. O. F. meota every
fueeday of each month. Visitors wel-
come. Mrm. I* Humpubct, N. O.
Mrs. Martha Mqoke, Sec.
iT ,\Tlt., llomer C. Junes Host No. 43
(l meets lirst and third 'l'hu^Ky eren
inga at 7:30 p. m. at their hall near the
corner of Seventh and atreet. All
comrade#invited to meet with ua.
H- ARMON V UeUtiog Society meets
every Wodneeday night, K. P. hall
7th street. Visiting frieoda always wel
W. 0' Wiley of Guthrie, wits in Parry
II. O. Davis wes here from Oklahoma
Oil Inspector M. A. Moee'y was up
from Outhrie tcdsy.
By using th* "I'erfect" Baking I'owder
indigestion will be unknown. *
Henry Priedlander haa gone uu a bop
ineai trip to 8t. Joe, Mi.
A Boe ciaim to tradafor a at"ok of groj
series—W. II. Campbell >t Co.
F.vangsliet Uilluly at the M. E church
neat Sunday. Com# and hear bim.
W. O. Salisbury and Edward Prosser
were here from lilookburn today.
A choice claim to trade tor a good re*
idenee in Perry—W. II Campbell A Co.
Tom Taylor, Jr., made a trip to the
Sheriff Akin wis in Oklauoma City
yesterday after a prisoner.
Good buaineaa property on the square
to exchange fo good deeded farm.
W. H. OMrert.l & Co.
J Snattinger, who add hia business
to Heej Barnum, left for Topeka laat
A good bunch of cattle and eome
burses and multa to trade tor a good
W. H. CAMPBKLI. A Co
OtEElK HIRE BILL THE FIRST SIGH-
ED BY THE QOVBBIOB-
u (! T U merle every \Vt>dce da) affce
noon, at 3o'clock at the Christisn church
HmNli How i.free.
Mrh L M Ht neow. Cor. See
KN ICillTS OF LAIiOlt, U A. « .
meets each Monday evening at T.Jt
m their hall on Gth between D. and t
Viaitiog Knights w
E. M. Thou ah B. si Thoc. Moiaoa. F. 8
I/K4KNU44H1P Assembly No. 1004
r K of L meets every Saturday even
it 7:30 in K. of P. ball on .th street.
veet of Ian •' office, u «.
llrSKY C. 8ciim.m«". m w
T. T, • a
« O V. W.—Perry Lodge No. IS
A Accent Order of Cnited Workmen
2JnSi and third Tu-duy evenings
of eai-h month *t P- n'., in Globe
budding ou weel .id. equare * orarnei,
,a n-Hid standing from other lodKeseor.
dually invited. A. C. Hou^>d. W . M
J. C. OaHKR* K*corder.
HOUSE U1LL NUMBER 50
A Stunner—Stays All OebU for One
Year-New Appointee* Sworn in-
Noble Co'inty Oti in Wall tn
the llound Up—New Bill*.
Warm, well kepi, furnished rooms,
with or without board for rent cheap at
the O. K. Ho el
Light, healthful, nntritioue food
guaranteed from any flour by using the
Perfect" Uaking owder.—Smith
Col J. 11 Morrison, of Morrison, came
in from u trip eus' toJay.
E'iitor Frank Greer, cf the Capital
visited his mother yesterday in Win-
field, who is ve y S'ck.
Elitoi E W. Hoyt, of the Ponea City
Courier, was a passenger to Guthrie to
Every woman, in juaticeto be*lth and
pocket l ok. ehould try "Perfect" Bak-
ing Powder.—Z. H. McCubhine. *
Deputy Sheriff U. U. llounton and
William Yantee was in from Payne
-<unty today in • replevin euit before
Judge AM n.
Old Line life ineuranoe poliriet pur-
chaeed for cash. Apply to McKnight *
Delicious bisou'te.cakee, etc are made
with the "Perfect" Baking Powder.—
Smith Bri*. *
Council bill 14,the first measure adopt
ed bj the Fourth legislative Meemh'y
was sign' d by Ouvarnor lUn'row yester
d iy sod became a law.
The bill of most sensational internet
in the houee xaa No SO, introduoed by
Mr Graves, the Populist member frtm
Ukluhoma oounty.whinh provides for the
stay in the collection of all debts for one
year. It ia a measure which will touch
every business bouse abroad dealing
with Oklahoma and every man in the
Territory whoeitherowaaa debtor has
it owing to bim. The lawyere say that
the measure ia unconstitutional, and
that the law could not atand if passed,
but if th« nttitude on the bill th e morn
ing can be taken aa an indication.the bill
has a chance of parstge.
Afier a lengthy discussion in rsgarJ to
printing bill N >. 50, io which no conclu*
sion was reached, the house adjourned
u"til 10 o'cloc* today.
Senator DuBois' bill, providing for
the extension of the time for paying the
part year's tu* until March, 1897, wus
recommended for passage, and council
bills 2,3 and C, by Garrison, were report
ed on unfavorably.
Mr. Garrison's bill, No. 2, which ex
•inptcd al> personal property under the
value of SKOfrom taxation, which hnd
b eu reported unfavorably by the judi
ciur) committee.was acted upon and the
report of the committee adopted. This
was done for the reason tba the bill
conflicted with heorganic act regarding
discrimination in taiM.
c B 33, by Marum, protects the live
.stock industry from Texas fever bj
! creating a sanitary board and making it
| a penal offense to cross t s quarantine
1 linejalso prevents the slaughter of lum")
! jawed or other diseased cattle for public
' «a!e by providing for the local inspection
of all stock eo kil'ed.
Contagious B'ocxl Poison baa been ap-
iroprlatcly called the curse of mankind,
t is the one disease that physicians can-
not' curt; their mercurial aud potash
retnedicM only bottle up the poison in
the system, to surely break forth iu a
(bore virulent iona, resulting in a total
wreckof the system.
Mr.'Prank B. Martin, a prominent
iawelcr at 916 Pensylvania Ave., Wash'
I was for a long
time under treat
ment of two of
the bct.t physi-
cians of this city,
for a severe case
of blood poison,
but my condition
Sew worse all
e while, not-
fact that tbey
~ charged me three
if hundred dollars.
■w • • • mouth wjis
filled with eating sores; my tongue was
almost eaten away, so that for three
months I was unable to taste any solid
food. My hair was coming out rapidly,
and I was in a horrible fix. I bad tried
various treatments, and was nearly dis-
couraged, when a friend recommended
S.S.S. After T had taken four bottles, I
began to get better, and when I had
finished eighteen bottles, I was cured
sound and well, my skin was without a
blemish, and I have had no return of
the disease. S.S.S.saved me from a life
of misery." S.S.S. (guaranteed Pnrrly
vegetable) will cure any case of blood
poison. Books on thedisease
and its treat-
free by Swift
>ks on thediseasi
GREAT SPIRAL CLOTHING SALE,
Is ull the talk of tho town urnl the wiiisu-
tion of the linur.
Competitor. stdii> A£hist
Poivcr'ois to sN'iii the oiintshiDg tidf, ot
No Such Redaction of Prices
on seasonable goods ever offered in Perry, i i
nor will bo again. t J
A few Flyers for Neit 30 Days:
Men's all Wool Suits, former prico $18.00 now $10.00
ii ti ti ti ii ii 10.00 " ft.OO
ii II K ii II II 13.00 «« 7.00 yjS
ii a ii ii II II 8.00 " 5.00 M
I 00 Boys Suits MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE.
J. W. Augustine,
""ilEKKV (Hia|iter .N<>. 10 tUjyulAr li
r Veeuiil meets at Masonic ball soutli
D strsTl every 2nd and Ub tr.day at
7:10 p. in. Alalia* Rtcara,
H. D. McKiioht, ' • *•
ii i,mT it i. .itiNi: , w. it. f.
11 N, . J0mt- Ueiery Hrat
■|l,ur«iH)sat p. iu-at K 1. Uall on
Seventh l-t n C and 1' „
Mhh.iUmuii. M. SmiT.a res.
Men. U F. Jom.«. S«c. ^ __
k r,#A. m. hm *f*EL5?J2
A twldii its regular c-'iumunioetion the
first and th.rd iri.lejs at hall on t>
street All uiais'ns in good standing
111 ( . |Vir\ einMimpmeiit So,
\i' niofts every Tuesday evening
st 7 :W at Odd l'«llo e hall, \isiling
pstriarcbe are cordmll^ ' "
II. W. Ijtiaiai.ia.H"''1*
Kol l'err, Uxlge No. tf. K. of IV
niwts every Monday night • * P- m
All visit ing Knigbtewelii'tne
The Kmski-kisk-Tijivs was made the
(tic.*1 paper tf Noble county and award
•il the contract for stationery and sup-
plies this afternoon.
A good stock of boots and hoe« and
gents furnishiug goods to trad for u
rfood farm W U. (Jampbeli t Co.
ll'.n.T. II. Iljyle, one of the leadiog
members of tte house, came up from
the i*apitnl laet evei.ii g to visit his little
sioW daughtor. and returned today.
lid'irge K lis has accepted up 'StuB
tn the Sl«r Clothing Store, witli the uow
pniprietor, J W. Augustine George is
a good nfji) t-111 'ent silesinun aud will
brir,g tiaie lo llieftore.
|u E. E llow«nd.ibler's neit window
you can eey something that you may
need. I «n't go by without looking to
aes what ws mess. I If At d
' The colored psople of ths Territory
! held s convention at Guthrie today in
the intereet of legislation in their favor,
j T H. Honey buss, Shaw, Harper, Court
ney, Uaker, Oourley, Curd, Combues and
•lackson. r pr«s ntative colnred msn of
Tjrry were delegates from this city and
vi W. l' A' i: meets every Wediieedav
rfWrnooo al the Christ'an cbureh. All
young lailiee cordially mviteil to attend
Al."'* Laoaaaii, Heowtary.
V * fHBwowrni Prseldsat.
I II ( Willi J. ol' A. I«fsI urn;.;. No
1) lilt. IVrry, O. T . meeis ever> I'rids)
evening at Aufclsl Ih* nty hall, > isit-
,ng l,r..il.ets«Ua>s I h is.
LT. l..tLs>>a Tr.upe.an.-e U«'on|
• amis ever) Hunds tftefaoon at I *>
I'aaat Hwr.«sisms. «seH>wi y.
A U UA meets etrsry 5«d Wedses
... -,„nth. Visiting m-mradee ci
S?llTf"itH. 0a«. W. I Hum.
ItMiniertal nuMtiPg oa Hi* last Wed
Mkiii m «NM'h mototli.
I '..WW iltt*#',
nkttm a«S5 wo
|S Iks a'ses lit iM p«.n>alts snla y '!
la all gtades day tte, Hsstell, Wslsf
t'uhwe a"tI India l"l
rnesa « sail liaea .
Itieaa*al alase ia l -a a« o bay
"^'slTTrdaia |> .ai|dly aUsmled tn,
Hewalb trr«t , Ihies d iff at. th of
AHaseli f-t.iw lfa*f. a.lh ai« le a
iMHtAiaatiti, i|.*a In wtW til town.
r« a fh .re at ht*,f wil tt.al *ill , :t
i*- i.at ed1 teh" ftt« l-s^li le ti "
as e t-'a.e * i.i • r a br.'h ft ah*11 It*
•tola (tie Wftta) I.«e. g.. t« H"i"> I
IggT Ok K Aa W si,.*, oa Mia mdto
T*. I A. C. IliuJe and daughter. Jess.r,
und <'jl M .Coriniok returned today
'rom a trip l- K inssa City. Col. Wsl
lerstedt is driving through bringing that
Huainier pneumatic tire sulky
Tbaraaraa number uf barbers in the
mly, but when ynu wsnt s good shsvs or
% bath, so over ns ths east able and ae*
I'.im i.ihs. "
W Vgi/S'mr, who laielv pur-
chased the stock uf clothing and gant's
fiirnishirg gtsnls "f William Vollmsr
•boss his enterpriee by placing an (d
ia the Kpri.aratei. Tints. Nte him for
We call Iks lattention of thuse aha
wistilop rohaia elnthlng lo raad the
sd of the new tlrm of J W. Augustine,
of the Hlar clothing store, iueoessoia to
Wibber A Voilaier.
|/n.|i m al llowatiJoblar'iaaaMiua
wlatlow of bis store If yoa waal to see
sum of lbs choicest genis la aAlvataara
ami Kraach opal wars you hsvs aver
asss. 110 At «l
tf. II MiIIm of Jauhson uountr, Mu ,
Ml altli bit ilaaghtae. Mrs. WiMe.for
Kauans Oily a* Ah# evening luia )aster
.|<y Nha aaa carried lalu the Irala sad
„.«et<ihaie a sarginal efiaration pef
Hp. .1.1 tel.tal services at IheM.W
sligieh. K.ath, will uonvsae Nunday
Jar 81 Ths sa-istaace ul lie* J. W.
haa beaa Mwated, lie la ta
gum mended ss bav.a« great i tattfe'M
aUlltiei, aadastioag iriam-liaf.
went to Guthrie oa the roon train.
l'ete Haesicly, one of the employees at
Ed .1. Coyle'" grocery store while deliver
some corn in northwest Perry late
laat evening ran s lusty nail clear
through his 'iglt foot near the great
toe. It wksvery painful last nigbt but
is better t day
Deouty Charles Colcord and 4. C.
Scruggs will leave thia evening for a bus
icejs trip lo Kiutaa City. Cbailey * II
| aliip a carload of fat huge,'Job to IV"
' p lumle's, sod two far* of fat cattle,
j weighing from 1200 to 1500.
Teachers examination will be held in
the big'' fchool bui'diug oo tba29.h an<l
:iotb, it beiug Kr duy and Saturday o'
neit week. Uginnirg at fl:30 a. m. l''ri
day. S. P Mysrs, ocunty suparinteu*
C. J. Mik-sb. wife and children, 'roui
Spencer,I iwa,are visiting J. T. Cameron
and faiu'y Mr. Miksvh 'sugent for the
C m .v St Paul rail road and, on his
wsy to California, came to the Territory
to get noma business for his road aud
S'. >pi ad o8 at Perry to visit bis old
friend|Mr. Cameron.wbo has known Inm
Notice is hereby given that the I'm of
Barnum A Snattinger has this day dis-
solved. J. Snattinger ,retiring and Henj
Barnum retaining sntire charge, control
and ownership of the property and ac-
counts of Ibe tirm. Mr. Barnum wiU
continue the business at the Globs, snd
will colteot all accounts snd assume all
obligations of the tirm
1 2 J- SNATTiaOES.
The county board for the insane met
io Judge Allen's office yeeteptay evening
and passed upon the ssnity of William
Pastures, of the sooth part of ths coun.
ty, After u careful and thorough exam
ination the baard cu'd Und no evi.
dences of infunity and dismissed bim
Red Irish fett«r pup. Finder will be
liberally rtwarded by returning same to
B. K. Tebb . 11 tf.
When aioet needed it is not unusual
for your family physician to be awaj
fropa home. Such was theeiperienceof
Mr. J. V. Scbenck, editor of ths Caddo,
I. T , banner, when his little girl, two
yeara of age, was threatened with a ee
vere attack of croup. He etyt: "My
wife insisted that I go for the doctor.bul
as our family physician was out of town
I purchased n bottle of Ch^mber'i.in's
though U me ly. which relieved her iui
mediately. I will not be without it in
the future. 'Jo an.l 50 cent bottles tor
sale by 11 tin ley A English.
"JlTo'c'cRr dc "srolx*x«r
Star Clothing House,
North Side Square. S
V' V! <-'< ' v'. v?
1 Oc a Week
Giving you the Associated
Prei.3 news 12 hours earlier
thai , any daily in the Terri-
tory. . .
« • i
Psrtir* ah>i h *ai"aiais or i'ity pit Hi.
• Mi h f esl. « em+s-ge for aaaleMt
Kimrnii — u'-*lantta, rail aed bet
|l t<kit.|>itell At)M. IMli-elalha
MtfcHi'rtsKl t a balldia#. north siila
persons • h.> are troubeld with indi
gistion will be lutraatsd ia tba a*per
isnon of Wai II Penn, chief olerk in
the railwsy n< il lerrioe al Dss Moiaee,
Iowa, wht writes: "Il gi*eeme|rfeaeure
to teatlfy to the merits ol Cbawiberlaia's
Colic. Cholsra and Oiarrboaa Baaiady
for two >rsn I have tufferart frota iadb
gestlon, suit am aubjeat to fre^ieot
aitacka of paia la tba itomaob and boar,
e's. Ons or bim dossa al Iht# reaiedy
aarer'ail* ti give pet faal rallaf. Price
ja and 80centsi sold by drugglala.
Hall l.oia HamriAiiy,
riio toxuslte board will sail all uc.
ulslmed city lots belosglrg totbaorlg
iaal towntlte of l"ai ry, al 1 o'clock p. ai-
Hstunla) at lha east front door at tba
court house. There will besom*
did bargslaa sad many a|ll hare a
ohaace In gat a home oheaii.
Cards have been Issued by Mr, and
Mr* J. K. tturtli, aanuuuciiNi tba a<ar-
rlsge of their riAugt ie-, Misa Mllie, o
Mr M .rlua H.nlllt. on SVadneaday a\ea-
Itig, pebruary 3, lIMT, at tba Kite* llap-
tiat aba rob la this any.
Isn't iHineldared ahsa a aleaa abirt W
w aa ted bill then lha Aaierican Meaie
i inondry iloee flrst clsra work, repatrnig
Ifraa. Katiafaetiob snd pri'iaa taa >
t ie d Haa th* imetwfflve hmbainra.
A Cur* lor Lame Back
" My daughter when recovering from
sn attack of fever, was a great sufferer
from pains in the back and hips," writes
Ipudsn Cfrover, of H rd|S, Ky- "Aftsr
using quite s number of remidiea with
ouut any be itlt sbe tried on* battle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and i haa
given entire relief." Chamberlain's
pu;n balm is slso a sure cure for rheu
maliem Sol.I liv itriiggiata
Josser? is. ISM,
L slii of Peer*, iwr Hack
Prlc| u( •« rry " ......
gofl Wlirat. per bushel,...
Ilsst Hsr l Whsat
I'ern. " "...
Cssiur Hesns ....
Co a per'un
l,isa liaaows. iH.rbosi. i
aweal Polaloe > "
Hall r. per le.uail
Itfflt. |WF tit CD
t'hiekees. Pre.se.1 lo l«r lb, l.lie.|l aitu |H.01
Appier. ier tisskrl
teiil.s |Mrlwrrsl >*
c bhe*. •'
Is the Daily Enterprise-
Times with a circulation
that Merchants feel safe
in placing their wants.
Now is your time to Stock up in
the Stationery line.
, I 10
' 90 !' 4*.
Call and Get our Prices,
Everything in ^
Neatly and Promptly
Executed at the
every when wll
Imes I fffice.
I 4 j" AM*
Letter Hends, Note HppiIb, CnvclopM,
Milt Hrpd", 9t«tem<>iite, Dodgem, Kl«M
At Reduced Prices.
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