Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 26, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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J. B. Heedles whs here from Guth i
I rie Fiiday to (jet tiih share (if money
I due from llie funding bond issue re
eently made by the Perry boHrd of
education. His share was in the
neighborhood of $-0,000, but so fttr
_ lltlblfl Llftmid J- H. did not
*4% ' iiuike uiiy investments while liere.
Iltl Va/ XT A.J. Keddluft, commonly known
SS * * in typorrapblMl circles as "Doc"
cnm in Sunday for a visit with
John Kuokwhs C\ Davis over Sun bume folks in this city. He has
. i been pretty much all over the state!
ay on mines. in the last few months and says tiiat
W H. Trussel was a l"""ellKer , for o|vio ,)rllle H11(1 ^...y Perry has
for Hinton Monday. | the best of every town upon the I
Miss Ida Strom went to Wichita
Tuesday on a short visit to a uiar
W S.Harris and wife are visit-
ing a married daughter at Ureal
Walter Morrison, now of WichitaI
a son of Col. M orrison tor whom the
town of Morrison in this county
was named, was here Sunday on hisl
I way back there to visit again the
Lyun Wallace left Sunday for j „|j familiar cenes of his childhood.
Perkins where he has been promoted He is now engaged in the milling
... _ . j..« business in Wichita and is making
ts the one-week of the year. It U
It is the summer university of the
stuck in it. place. A mental and
bodies relax. It is for everybody,
are given full consideration and
America, as some bright man has
and joyful entertainment with no
u i r- where folks see much and hear more.
^ ^ :d
olaveround where minds grow and develop
P iHs the peoples forum where the interests of every man
a fair square deal.. Not only the most American thing
•j 'but the most intellectual thing offering amuse
stiffness and no starch. Just congenial, neighborly, m , ir-
StlftneSS an (CtopyrlKht by it l> 'h "°r ' r >
to the position of day operator
Miss Irene Fowler who has been
visiting with the Cress family lor
the past ten days, returnod to her
home Monday in Kredonia Kansas,
Paul Brown has left his position
with the Nicholson clothing store
and gone to Alva where he j
1'lie county normal closed Wedues
day and Thursday and Friday will be
taken up by the students In taking!
the examination for teacher's cer.
tiflcates. We learn that about two
thirds of the schools in the county
and gone to Alva wneie no f ■ >■ uiirus oi me scooom io v.........
gaged as lineman for a telephone I nave already employed their leach-
company. |ers for the coming sciiool year-
Mrs. Doc Gallant who is quite ill j which beats all former records,
at the Moore hospital has been mad i
happy by a visit from her aged
father and three married sisters I
Morlls Uotlelb came In Sunday
morning from an extensive trip
over this territory In the capacity
as traveling salesman for the Iron
Clad Hosiery Co.
Harry Bryant and family left
Monday for Colorado where Ihev
will spend the summer months en
joying the cooling breezes that waft
themselves about In the mountain
8. A. Jarrott and family who have
been here for the past two weeks
visiting rolatives returned Tuesday
to their home in Arkansas where
Mr. J.is engaged in farming and
Frtd Yahn the efficient couuty
assessor was in attendance at his
farm the first part of the week for
the purpose of superintending Hires
ing activities. He is one of Noble
county# most excelUnt farmers as
well as officials.
Andrew Hltide on Thursday ap-
proprlated to his own u,e a bicycle
without first securing the owner's
consent, Sherit! Hoover was notifi-
ed and soon had the boy as well as
the wheel In his charge. Friday
morning the boy, who is seventeen
years of age, plead guilty to petit
larceny and was given a sentence
of thirty days in the county jail and
a fine of $li0.
There are plenty of fellows who
could teach a better school than
those who teach, preach a better
sermon than those who preach who
could run a belter business or
publish a better paper. Yes, the
woods are full of them, but they
neither teach, preach, run a heller
or publish a better paper. They are
like the lilies of the field, they toil
not, neither do they spln.-Kx.
A dispatch received from Murray
McCuue Sunday morning by his
fattier stated that he had arrived in
San Francisco Saturday, had taken
supper that evening with his em
ployer and would begin work Mon-
day morning. Murray is taking up
Hie work of civil engineering and ex
pects to make that his life work.
Ill the school treasurer case from
from Morrison in the district court
last week Judge Howies decided
Nichols waB still the legal treasurer.
An appeul will be taken to the sup-
reme court. When any community
becomes stagnant all that Is nec
essary to liven tilings is to start a
school fight and everyone at once
sets up and takes notice.
Harry Ponder who several years
ago was one of the most successful
real estate men but become imbueij
with'the oil bug and moved to Tulsa
iu the city Monday shaking
hands with his old friends He is
now one of the successful oilmen in
the Tuls a field having at this
time several thousand acres of land
that they feel confident will put
them in front rank. Bob Oalbraith is
another former Perry man who has
struck the high places iu the oil in
dustry. Mr. Pomeroy, who is also
formerly of this city is his partner
in the oil business.
' 7$ -u ■ >" 7 a<
J. H. Tearney, I). H. Hoke and
J. C. Dixon, members of the school
board of dlstiict No. 71 were iu Per
ry Thursday before Supt. Vannest
with retsrus of au election held iu
the district to vote bonds for the
bulldlLg of a new school building-
The bonds can led by a good vote
and as soon as legal requirements
are consumated and the bonds sold
the district will have a new school
building erected. The district is
populated by some of the most
frugal and prosperous farmers in
the couuty and has more than fifty
children of school age.
MIsseB Elhal and Viola Todd of
Oklahoma City, arrived in the city
Tuesday for a visit with their
young lady friends.
E. E. Oihhens, who was formally
years one our leading barristers,
hut now of Oklahoma City, was j
greeting old friends in thisicity Mon
day and also looking up some mat
ters lie had iu the county court.
Hon. E. T. Testerman came in
Sunday from Morrison on his way
to attend the reconvening session of
the legislature. He was accampaui
ed this far on his journey by a body
guard consisting of Steve and Emile
Sheiver, but tliey went no further
considering it unsafe to be caught
outside of the county just at this
time with a member of the state
Clears up Old Debt.
Treasurer Benight last weekfluish
ed up a piece of business that has
been iu the courts for many vearB,
being the payment of the old judg
ment indebtedness of $28,416.98.
This clears up all of the judgmeut
indebtedness against this school dis
tiict and will t ut In circulation that
amount of ready money. The checks
were Bigned up by the treasurer and
given to the various claimants by
the clerk of the county court aftei
the costs in the separate cases had
been paid oil.
Its as cool as a cave. Air
-changes every 4 minutes.
A big three reel feature
that holds your interest
from the start. Everyone
should see this picture.
Cold Drinks, Soda and Ice
Cream in the lobby
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When that time comes 4o you, you know what tonic
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July Fourth at Lone Elm.
The residents iti_lhe neighborhood
| of Lone Elm school and church will
observe National Independence Day
| Willi a big basket picnic to which
I everyone is cordially Invited. Many tjou
I able speakers have been obtained ,workii,g u,,™ — ■
I for the day and Rev. Slade Freer, (jype department. Mr. Lawrence
presiding elder of Guthrie will deliv kbi1u has just accepted a position
I er the main address of the day in wjth a large banking house in lo-
sas City, at a splendid salary, and
is at this early day working on court
reporting. Miss McVey has been
doing court reporting In connection
with her other work, at Jennings,
La. Miss McVey accepted a posi-
at $75 per month after
working three months in our steno
a O u
Yout confidence is what
Studebaker seeks to keep
Possessing this confidence, we have never
tried to produce a cheap wagon. We could, but
we don't dare try the expenment. Our constant
aim has been to produce the best wagon.
And in living up to this highest standard, we have
w0n and hold ■— the confidence and good-w.ll of
hundreds of thousands of farmer, all over the world.
Studebaker wagons are built to last, to do a day s
work every day, to stand up under stress and strain
and to make the name Studebaker stand for all
that is best in vehicles.
Don't accept any other w«*on represented to be
iust as good as a Studebaker. Yhe subsUtute may be
cheaper. but it isn't up to Studebaker*andards. and
you can't afford to buy it.
5m «ir Dtalt f «rU« «'•
SMSus ULT^C. ranc^O POKHKB.O".
the way of u sermon fittiug to the
Other speakers will entertain the
1 crowd with addresses at 11 a. m
1 and 3 p. ill. There will be plenty of
room for everyone.
Rev. H. Vander Veen,
Minister iu Charge.
Another Remedy Suggested
Another farmer who is making
I determined war on chinch bugs
called at this ofllce Saturday to
j give us his plan of destruction
Mix one oan of lye and one half
gallon coal oil in five gallon of water
cut some of the green corn along
the border of the field and iu the
I beat of the day whenthe bugs col-
loct under the sliBde of the cut corn
then sptiukle a good supply of the
I mixture over the corn and the work
| is done,
This farmer said that he had used
I this method with splended result
I and asked us to give publicity to it
I that others might be permitted to
make a trial-Pawnee Courrier Dis
I Central Business College, Sedalia,
A large number of students are
enrolling for this time of year.
Many aie accepting positions
Mr. Pete Walterscheid accepted
a position with J. W. McCorroau
schools as teacher of stenotype and
bookkeeping at Banta Ana and Los
Angeles, Cal., at a splendid salary.
Mr. Charles Roth accepted a post-
> tlon with a firm of lawysrs In Kas-
peka, Kan., and goes to Ills position
Monday the 23d, Mr. S. J. Priich
ard has just been offered a position
nt $00 per month as teacher of steno
type, shorthand and bookkeeping at
Lockport, N. Y.
The following has accepted posi
lions iu Sedalia, Mo: Miss Ruby
Riugeu, Landnianu Abstract Co;
Miss Louie Richards. Guerrant
Wholesale Grocery Co; Miss Adah
Smith, Goodale Rrick and Tile Co;
R. O. Grimes, Collection Agency;
W. H.Tuckor, Rrown Disinfecting
Co.; R.N. Wills, Chasnoff Merch
andise Co.; Miss Irene Looney
1 Bente & Wilson, lawyers; Elmer
Uehle, Citizens National Bank;
Chris Egdorf, City Water Co
Arnold Kenuier, City Light and
Traction Co.; Tom Youut, Anieri
can Exchange Bank; Marjorie Col
llus. Sweet Springs Creamery Co.;
Minnie Crawford, Kelly & Biuin, at
tomeys at law.
Alonzo Hurst, Phoenix-American
Pipe Co., Boonville, Mo.; Lottie
Freely, Walker & Walker, attorneys
Columbia, Mo.; Raleigh Sally, Star
Clothing Mfg. Co., Jefferson City
Mo.; Edna Sharp, Harbison Mfg.
Co , Kansas, City.
Many schools are writing from
all parts of the United Stales for
teachers, none at less than $GU pet
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H„ p The secretions also contain
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trouble kept ill- awake at night.
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