Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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State Superintendent Makes Newj
AIHhhikIi Hie month of June ti
enid to he the favorite month with
hritles, the lad few days in May
have heen good producers in thai
line This oily has also kept tip its
reputation as a "Gretna Ureeo" for
those outside the county who con-
Saturday, Hurley Cook and Miss
_ , -| - , . Bertha Edgar, both of Garfield conn
Requirements tor Oklahoma ty decided that a trip to Perry, toj
clit l_ u r • l°wed by a marriage, would he the
School Teachers-More ComiBf | proper thlog and oame on U)e
Frisco, secured a llcenso ul the
court house after which they repair-
ed to the residence of Father Wille
hrord, where the hymenlal knot was
firmly tied and the happy couple re
turned home on the evening train
in January 1916.
After January I, l'.M4, the follow-
ing branches will he required for
Third grade: Arithmetic, algebra
agriculture, composition, civics,
domestic Ncience, English grammar
geography, Oklahoma history and
government, U. S. history, ortho-
graphy, physiology and hygiene,
reading, writing, theory and prac
Average grade, 75, minimum
grade, (>0, age limit 18 years.
Second (trade: In addition to the
third grade requirements, American
literature and elementary psychol-
Average grade, 80, minimum
grade, 05, age limit 18 years.
first grade: In addition to the
second grade requirements general
history is required.
Average grade, 00, minimum
gr ille 7.j, age limit 20 years.
No third grade certificate shall he
All Patriotic Organizations Were
Well Represented ami Enthus-
iasm Manifested ii all The
Tuesday John H. Meyer and Miss
Francis Richardson, accompanied
by another young couple, came over
from Marshall also in Garfield coun
ty, and desired to lie irrevocably
sealed In wedlock. The young lady
was but 15 years of age, but in order
to comply with the law they had the
written consent ofher parents. They
applied for the license, produced the
letter stating that it was agreeable
to the young lady's parents that
the marriage take place, but unfor
Innately the signature was not wit
nessed by a proper officer.
The telephone, wonderful inven
tion, was called Into commission
and after necessary arrangement
were perfected, a license was issued
and Judge Robinson pronounced the
I words lliat made everv tiling assume
issued more than twice to the same i „ K,)ldt)11 for th|g yon
The carrying of grades frem a
certificate of a lower to a certiflcale
Royal Neighbors at Billings.
of a higher grade is prohibited, but Friday last was a red letter day
credits obtained within three years Boyai Neighbors of Noble
on any subject in one of the state oou"ty for on that day they held
normal schools, the state uuiversi- t annual school of instruction
t> or the A. A M. college or nlejr ! «t Killings. The Perry lodge to the
equivalent of another state, that number twenty-nine made the
would entitle the holder to gradua- ^rlp In automobiles accompanied by
tion on that subject may be substi Mrs. Harris, one of the state of-
t'ntecl f(ir an examination on that "cersi who assisted by two of her
subject and these credits may he j deputies, conducted the school. Alt
carried from one certificate to an- ■ "^ l*le vt*rious lodges in the county
In addition to the above, after
January I, Ifllli, the following ad-
ditional requirements are made.
For third grade certificates, aca
domic training equivalent to one
year in an accredited high school nr
ten weeks professional work in one
of the state normal sohoois, state
university nr A. A M. college.
For seaond grade certificate, aca-
demic training equivalent to two
years in an accredited high school
were represented there and a most
enjoyable and instructive meeting
The Killings lodge were hostesses
to the visitors and most royally did
they perform the part. The Perry
visitors are loud in their praise of
the pleasing manner in which they
were entertained and count the trip
throughout as most pleasurable.
The school of instruction for tnis
county will he held in Perry in 1914,
when the local lodge will endeavo
At The Moore Hospital.
or twenty weeks professional train I P'B,lse their guests as well as did
ing in one of (lie state normal l'le Billings lodge.
schools, state university or A. A M
For first grade certificate, three
years high school or thirty six
weeks professional training, as
Issued by R. H. Wilson, slate
superintendent. Oklahoma City,
May 2il, 1913
Under New Management
What lias long been known as the
Masters elevator of this city lias
changed both its name and owner
ship and is now known as the Red
Stai elevator, with H. L. Royce and
M. C. Monroe as owners and opera
tors thereof. The company havo an
abundance of means to carry on the
business and the buyer, Mr. Mou
roe will use all his time, energy and
ability in making |ilie Perry grain
market one of the best in tlio entire
state, rl'his has long been a draw
back to our city as farmers have
claimed that the prices paid here
wore less than was paid In neighbor
The new firm will buy all kinds of
grain and will pay at all times the
highest prices for the same that is
consistent with good business tac
tics. One thing is now certain, that
our farmers iu future will be assur
ed as good a home market for their
products aB can be found in any oth
major operations were per
formed at the hospital of Dr. S. A
Moore in this city Monday of this
week, both of I he patients having
rallied from the same and are now
in a fair way to recovery if no ui
expected complications arise. Mrs
Jackson was operated on in the fore
noon and Kll Francis in the after
Mr. Francis lias for tlie past forty
years been a sufferer from necrosis
of the bones of the right leg from
the knee down. The amputation
was made just above the knee and
the patient is rapidly improving.
Few of our people realize that we
have right here at home one of the
best hospitals to be found in the
state, under the careful manage
nteul if Dr. Moore. Many are the
operations performed here and for
the past three years, or during the
life of this Institution, a very large
majority of them have been success
fill. The Dr. informs us that the
hospital will be greatly enlarged and
improved along all lines during the
J. h. Dennis of Lucien changed
cars here Tuesday for Guthrie.
Mrs. Jesse Campbell of Tulsa
companied by her little daughter is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs
J. B. Queen.
A. C. HINDE Sells the
Mowers and Binders
Mitchell Wagons, Supplies, Stoves and
the best buggies manufactured. Call
and examine our oils of nil kinds for a
bargain. Automobile Supplies.
The great encampment of the
Grand Army of the Republic and
the several patriotic organisations
which have been in session at
Chandler formally closed with a big
Grand Army campflre Thursday
night. Patriotic music was In abund
ance, while the old veterans and tb
veterans of the Spanish war made
talks and told interesting stories
and the patriotic enthusiasm reach-
ed a high tide. It was voted the
greatest encampment that has been
held ill Oklahoma for many years,
and it was settled that the two vet'
eian organisations will hereafter
hold their annual encampments
jointly. Stillwater, Okla., was se
locted as the place for holding the
The Grand Army held a "Patriotic
Institute" for au hour Thursday
morning and under the department
patriotic instructor the post officers
were instructed in the Hue of a more
energetic and thorough line of pat-
After the adoptiou of the report
ou resolutions the Grand Army se
lected and installed the folio
new officers: L. C. Coffin, Lawto.,,
department commander; L. Obrleter
a City, senior vice; Samuel
Sproat, Enid junior vice; Dr. New>
ton Rector, Hennessey, medical
rector; Rev. Job Ingram, Kingfls
er, department chaplain; J. R. De
nie, Oklahoma City, patriotic
structor; Judge J. p. Cummin
Kingfisher, judge advocate;
Veatch, Pawnee, chief mustering
officer; J. H. Norton, Oklahoma
City, assistant adjutant general and
assistant quarterinastergeueral; W
W. Hiatt, Alva, chief of staff; S. P
Stratum, Perry, inspector general
J. S. Ranker, Kingfisher, officer
the day; W. M. Smith, Lamont;
A, Becker, Anadarko; D, O. Ken
yon, Oklahoma City; C. P. Green
Alva, and Geo. W. Fletcher, Dover
council of administration. The f<
lowing delegates to the national con
vention were elected: A. A. Reas'
'er, J- H. Norton, J. M. Bishop and
Job Ingram, with J. Y. Hazard,
T. White and Geo. W. Fletcher as
passed strong resolutions indorsing
Col. T. H. Soward for senior vice
commander in chief at the coming
national encampment to he held at
Chattanooga in September and Ok
lahoma will send a strong delega
tion to secure his electlou to that
Charged With Burglary
Thursday night last Tom Wetzel'
restaurant on the east sidewashrok
en into by two persons who were
seen and recognized by parties, and
Friday the officers placed under ar
rest Tom Martin and Jim Owens
(WO boys of this city aged about 18
and 18 years. After becoming fully
convinced that they had the right
parties they were turned over to the
county officers and placed In jail to
await their preliminary examine
Tom Martin and Jim Owens, the
two boys recently arreBted ot
charge of burglarizing Wetzel's
restaurant, had their hearing before
Judge Robinson Wednesday and
both bovs plead guilty. This being
young Owen's first offense he was
let off with a severe repremand by
the Judge while young Martin was
given thirty days.
M. C. Monroe will this season
manage the Red Star elevator, form
erl.v known as the Masters elevator.
J. L. Calvert a promluent farmer
of Warren Valley was a county seat
M. C. Monroe will this seaion
manage the Red Star elevator, form
erl.v known as the Masters elevator.
Young Men and Women.
Mr. H. L. Carl will be at the
Merchants hotel In Perry on Friday
June 13 seeking young men and
women who may desire to qualify
for positions In the government
postal service as railway mail
clerks, post office clerks, letter car-
riers, etc. Ages 18 to 15. There
are many clerks in demand on
count of tbe parcel* post system and
to fill regular vacancies. .
Mr. Carl will be lo Perry en* day
only and can b« sees until 9 / , m.
Anyone whe is *11*101* should eili
and see him as it Is a good ofcpAr-
tunlty for a (Jn* position. S2?2t,
Special Corset Sale
In this Special Sale of W. B. Corsets all $ 1.00
Corsets will be placed on sale at the low price of
WE DO THIS by arrangement with the W. B. Coriet manufacturers
once a year (or the purpose of creating more castomeri for the beat one
dollar corset on earth, and we kindly inrite every lady in Perry and Noble
county to come in and inspect this line of corsets and if pleased with them
take one at the yery low price offered for
these two days Special Sale.
Friday, May 30 and
Saturday, May 31
This will be the only opportunity for
a bargain in this class of merchandise for
a long time. These corsets are second to
no corset on earth for the money. They
have been sold by the Famous for many
years and worn by many of Perry's and Noble county's
best women. Thanking any and all ladies contemplating the
purchase of a new corset this season, to attend this Special Sale,
which will be found only at
Knox & Stout
The Genuines and the Counterfits.
The base ball game last Friday
between to Genuines and the Count-
erfits resulted in some game. The
score card showed the total number
of runs to the credit of the Genuines
to be 17 and 12 for the CouuterfltS'
he batteries for the Genuines were
Briscoe and Jones and for the Count
erflts, West, Rice, DeLaslimutt and
The hitting of Donnely, the excel
lent work on the initial sack by Van
nest and the rotten playing of Moore
were some of the many features of
The GenuiueB' manager, E. W.
Jones has issued a challenge to all
comers. Connie Mack f liled to
rive in time to view the game on
count of missing train connections
In Kansas City.
Mrs. Ciias. Huffman is visiting iu
Miss Myra Munger is the guest of
Miss Ress Slioop.
John A. Hansen and wife are en
joying a pleasant vacation while vis
itiug relatives iu Kansas.
Mrs. A. C. Hinde is home from,
Superior, Neb., where she was call
ed recently by the death of a broth-
Merle Cadinan, now assistant
cashier in a Tulsa bank, was greet
ing old frieuds in our city Tuesday
What would Tulsa do for brain and
brawn but for the number of citl
zeiis Perry has furnished them?
J. W. Sandy is here from Tacoina
Wash., visiting home folks, He has
been in that city for the past four
ears and is well pleased with his
location, being engaged iu the mill
ug business In a mill that has a
capacity of 2,000 barrels per day.
Clias. Jones, one of the best civil
engineers in the west and who set
tied on and proved up one of the
best claims in Rlack Hear township
In this county, but who now regis
ters from Pawhuska, is visitiug bis
mother, Mrs. Lou Jones of tbls city.
Like the rest of us old timers, Char
ley shows the wear and tear of the
past twenty years of frontier llf*
but be is true to tbe faltb and claims
that be does not fully realise tbe
change as it has heen gradual.
Ralph Klrcbner, Kay Coster, Cas
per Kite and Hazel Powers, Perry's
contribution to the A. A M. college
are home for the summer vacation.
Being freshmen it was not neces
sary for them to remain for tbe
graduation exercises, as fh.*y si)
mad* tbeir grades and p*ss*d How
ever, Koble county will have one
member of tbe graduating elass at
this school of Isarolng this y«ar In
tfte parson ef Mr. Seyer of Billings,
▼ho gradnates in tb* agricultural
There is Satisfaction in Every Swallow I
of Our Delicious Soda Water mmmJ
We have been asked many
times why it is that our soda
and other fountain drinks taste
so much better than those serv-
ed at other places.
It is because the water is
perfectly carbonated by our
electric generator, producing
that clear, sparkling water,
with a snap, thai goes right to
the thirsty spot.
It is liecause our fountain
is so constructed that it pro-
duces the coldest soda water _
that can be drawn.
It is because our fountain is the sanitary kind, mid every
glass of soda drawn from it means health and happiness. Try
your favorite drink as we serve it at our fountain.
South Side Pharmacy
The Busy Store
Lucas & kusl
Farmers, Sell or Trade Your Farm.
G. W, Clark A Co., have anise
choice farms to trade in Polk, Cedar
Hickory and St Clair counties, MIS'
sourl. Prices reasonable. These
parties want good Noble county, Ok
lahoma lands. Come in and get a
list of our trades. Office north side
square. 5 15 tf.
I hare good pasturage for a pum
ber of boraas or oattl* at reaaonibl*
rates adjololug city. Call 'pboue
356 or see Louis Becbtold. 5-Idtf.
M. C. Monroe will this season
manage the Red Star elevator, form
•Hy known as the Masters elevator.
M. C. Monroe will tbts season
manage tbe Red Star elevator, form
erly koown as tbe Master* elevator.
Talllaferro pays tbe blfbest prices
for butter, eggs and poultry; See
blm wben marketing your produet.
Father Wlllebrord was a Gntbrla
Lard 12 l-2c per pound at tbe Pal-
Seara & Huflman are beadquar
ten for boms mad* bread, tbe very
be*t on tbe market, 6 29 2
First published In Enterprise Times 5 15-13
In the III,trict court of Noble countv, stale
R c Grant, plaintiff. I
u C Godfrey, defendant. 1
Said defendant. C u Godfrey, will take no
tice that he has heen sued In the a hove nam
ed court upon a note and attachment Irvird
upon the following described property.
to w,t: the west half of section three 3, in
township twenty two ra,„j„ one I. west of
the Indian meridian. Noble county, oklaho-
m ' ?.nd LvaL1 defendant must answer the
petitionI tiled herein on or before the *t|h
dayof .June, lOI'l, or said petition will he
tru® Judgment rendered lor
plaintiff in said action for S-T* together
with iDterest thereon at the rate ot ft per
cent, per annum, and for |ss I# attorney''
tees and lor costs ol suit, and attachment
therein levisd upon the said above describ
ed property sustained and the property sold
to satis'jr tnis judgment. p. W. Cssss.
M5-4t Attorney for Plaintiff.
, w, WRIGHT
klerk of District Court.
First Ipublished in^Enterprlse Timet M y
Notice to Creditors.
In the metier of the estate fit W^ H Short,
1st* of Noble county, Stste of oklshemi. de-
All D rw>n hsvidf rlsims S(«IMt W. H
Short, 4ee «6ed, art required to fitssest ihr
time wi h the neceuar/ «ueheis- to the
uadertifns4. Administrator at Wnsrs I
Merehsnts Bsiu. Psrvy, Okla . withTa taur
month, of the dais ksrsetOrihf Urn. will
b* forsvsr barred.
Dstsd this *th 4*70f Msy, .
J lli TWW' Mwiniitrator
First published in^Weekk j'lnlerprise Times
Equalisation Board Meeting.
, Perry,okla., May IS. 191.1
Notjcs IS hereby given that the Countv
Board of Equslliation of Noble county. Ok
lahoma, will meet in the Ootirt Hou.e In
Perrroaiths hrst Monday In June. 1013. for
the Durpose of egualiiatlon of assessments
jV,,.£oun"- Any Person feeling acurirv
ed by the assessment of his property shall
have the rtsht to appear before the board
for the purpose olbavipt his assessment
Sates * sdjusted. on the following
. J*• Jane 3rd. Tsspaversnl Bessie,
town. *'lYke beVrd. 'nd Red
Juri? Bunch-Creek. Bill-
townslutf llenro.e and Red Rock
1 hurid'sv. June «th. Oakdale. Warren Vsl
le>. Rock and U'ainnt.-
Fridsy. Jusmlth, Autry, "
VoMe sa rssi and
ity ol ferry
■'. ftRFRR, Ctuirn^n.
Mbit Cow# iy, o||
□ « ainiii
1 West Ml
__ „ r.ORFE
r**o Yahr Sec tr. „
l^trd et EquslitstiOft el K
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