Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 14, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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If your feet have a burning
or itching sensation. *re sore,
swollen, blistered, inflamed or
perspire too Ireely,
will give almost immwlirte re-
lief. Just sprinkle a little into
your shoes once or twfce daily.
It takes cooling, soothing and
healing. Makes you forget
your feet and helps you to be
more comfortable in every way
SOUTH SIDE PHARMACY
"The Busy Store"
Lucas & Kasl, Proprietors
There the cool snow-temper-
pd bn-i-7.es and dry air mean
rum! -rt impossible here. In
(!ol ni Ik you'll have cool
uighis and rt-freshing sleep, to
say nothing of the day's pleas-
You c.-iii g<-t away from the
hot weather very easily, com-
fortably, and economically by
taking one of the Santa Fe's
convenient Colorado trains.
Only $21.90 for a round trip
ticket from here.
Call for Colorado literature
ami let ine tell you about our
Colsrado excursions and ser-
GEO, J. CHAPLIN. Agent,
The Good Time.
I ptn ii morlKatre on mv home, to
buy a momr cur, mid now all Joy-
nus'y I renin on inral roads afar.
I tnkn itift children and Ihe wife,
hiivi scour 111 e countryside; I'm
bound to lend h inerrv life, and let
nil linnim « slide. We pass the
p«Hirh"Oae uu w - r ice, and wearily
my fniu remarks: "Alas! that dls
luitplHre! It's while we're head-
ing mm !" I _'i. in di lit for gasoline,
for lliis and that repair; hut oil, the
e.innlry'H bright and i;reen and I am
li ippy then ! We pans the poor,
ii 'Use as we scoot, and wife, Bhe
« vh to me: "Oil, mark it well, mv
d ter caloot — I hat' where we'll short
1 .■ In ! ' I used to deal in eastern
J rs, and make all kinds of chink;
hut now the chuKltini; motor cars
a e all of which I think. The clerks
conduct my little Hture, and when I
am away, they take their coats and
ti e dour and tishiiiK go, folks
mv. lint merrily my ijood car
spins, and on the poorhouse £ra£8
t >e | Aiipers sit and stroke their
■ hills, and hail me as I pass! —Walt
Mrs. P, W. Lutiuan and Mrs. Hall
SuudurasH who has been visiting
with Mrs. Clias. Hutfman, returned
the first of the week tu their hollies
at Oklahoma Cltv.
Jay Franklin a young man from
Wellington, Has., visited two days
with W. C. McCuue and family, on
bis wav to Arkatisas. He is inak
itiK the trip on his motorcycle.
The Kueb Cafe escaped w ith most
of their dishes, couutere, ice boxes
etc., were opened up ready for bus!
ness in new quarters further up the
street three hours after the fire
Miss Dorothy Andrews who with
Miss Palm Hiude has beeu visiting
the latters mother in this city re
turned to Kansas City Tuesday.
Miss Palm will return to Kansas
City Saturday ol this week.
The (/has. Knox insurance agency
represented in the neighborhood of
$8,000 <>f the losses in the recent tire
and Mr. Knox assures us that the
same will be adjusted and promptly
paid within the next few days.
Ttje First National Bank building
withstood the intense heat well, re
celvlng nothing more than a charred
coping. The building whs to the
soui h of.ihe burning buildings and
] thus escaped the most intense pari
| of I he heal.
| During the pmureus of the fln
Wednesday morning in bti I (Ihl's ei
gained in a fierce fi^iit in I lie court
house iqnara and it took the com-
bined i tf irts of 11ii 1 f a dozen men t"
separate them and it was only ac-
complished at last by choking them
While not probably as valuable
from a monetary point as some loss
es Incurred bv the recent tire, th
display in taxidermy suffered by
Barney Ringler, the veteran shoe
maker will be the hardest In replace
In fact many of (he articles cannot
be duplicated or replaced.
The young friends of Miss Edna
Mossman planned and most sue
cessfull.v carried out a most enj
able surprise on her at the home of
her father Tuesday evening of this
week, it was held on the lawn and
the moon assisted by a number of
Chinese lanterns furnished light by
which numerous games were played
and n feast of luscious watermelons
We always feel sorry for a gill
who is stuck on a fellow who wil!
spend a dollar for ico cream and
chocolates and three dollars for a
Sunday buggy ride for he on a six
dollar a week salary. Some how
we see visions of barefoot children
a frosty-headed woman oyer a wash
lib, lin pans for dishes on the table
and a combination of corn cob pipe
and a man in Ihe kitchen corner.
The young man who lives within
his means when single usually lias
means when he is married.
PerrT Noble Co.. o*l<* ■ July 15. 1913.
I 1 <? County Commissioner* ot >ot )c wouri
' r Uk'iU^i met ihli 15cb day ufMuly IVIj
r • • .: X ^ e
j county . _ „ ,
ireC IGrm.chiirman, J t Keel
er -irt*i F. R Martin, commissiOt er« and ike
Whereas, Suit lias been brought 'n ihe
l ,Ntr,'-t « , rt .f Noble county. Oklahoma.
!. -,i ,>t th«- > oinnrnsioner* of Noble Countv,
«'k i h for iiartes of the county oth
, ,f > ,blf t ounty. which U not paid b
■ason *'ftie i wn of said ottici«*l having
L«, reacted on account of lack of funds,
ittd w !.• •: f is Saul claim* aught to hafe been
Mid • >*id of • ounty commis-
si - re-' ivr to enter appearance and ac-
ivDuu Hi'je udgment in tbt- case in order to
*a\ e cost of summons
h r thr- reason that the Commissioners
!, , S I., a: ; -ar as witnesses in District
,rt mo " irnment was taken till 9 a m.,
Depository bond of Bauk ofCom
Petitioo for certiflcau of err« r
were pranted follows:
Lu u Wright Lot# 13 to 1G Block
49 Qff Perry f 15 lti
L O Sboop u l-~ «« 27 it! east 12CO
P F Lau personal 12 70
H C McOill 14 18 11
J E Junes bw 1 4 12 .11 lw $: 13
C W Wallingford se I 4 8 21 2©
L A Dayton personal on $100 00
K C McOill on Lot 3 Block 75 nw
J H Stottenberg nw 1 4 35 24 lw
Fred Wilde nw 14 :i5 21 lw
There beinie nothing further he
fore the board board adjourned till
September lit 1913.
(Attest) Ik* Crlgler,
1 : boardof «>'ountv Commissioners met
s I ii. f July, 1913. with all members
preseut, same as yesterday.
it resu . ed by the Hoard of County Com-
mis«ioners of Noble County. Oklahoma,
- . '.ii's: in the District
' jtirl of ! did County a suit wherein the
trmers a. M.-chant* Bank i plaintiff .ind
the Hoard .,f < ounty Commissioners « f Noble
county. Oklahoma, are defendants, said
case being No, MB indon account of claims
i • <■ . ^ itions of N'obie county, oklahoma,
• r u n th.-funds of said county, for the
il \eai ending fun#3Uth, dti, were mad-
equate to meet.
I herefore, Now in order to save time and
co •> -ir ! expenses foi said county, we here
by enter ti,(- appearance of said boerd and
the said county of Noble in said case, and
• n '! do hereby vv a I veer time to ans-
c • -i.lered at isitie
i! ! I>e tried at rtiid by said District C.ourt
«mi t}.^ date and that judgment may be tak
• i. i,..tinst Ihe said board of County Commi"-
sl"iiers for mi'h sum as the id District
« .urt aliiill hnd to be correct and just
I )one this Pith day of July, 19M, by the
bciard in rek'll'ar session.
w iv -d b> ]• K. K« eler that said resolution
be id<«pted. seconded by K K Martin, all
vot« . and resolution is declared adosted.
1 he estimate for current expenses of No-
► 'e i ounty, for the fiscal year ending June
iuth. 1914, was made as follows.
Kstlmate for Salary P'und fr.'H4000
• Court 11 400 00
R. « H. '• lti onO 00
1'oor and Insane Fund 3JOUOO
•' Supply " 3 500 00
" Conting't " 8U00 00
' Sep Sch'l " 3 500 00
• Si liking " 3*2 TiVi 00
rhere being no further the board adjourn-
•d to meet July 2*th. l'M3.
IK CRTGI.KR, County Clerk.
Tuesday, Auguat i2tli,
whs a bad day for l'erry.
Seven buildings wi'li tbeir
fontents were burned t< the
ground. Many lost in a few
minutes all tliey bail accu-
mulated in years of bard
This brings to mind the
tire that burned this store
four or five years ago. The
only thing saved was nil iron
inortar. We have been ad-
ding to this ever since and
now have the largest stock
of drugs and sundries in
Noble county. The large
volume of business enables
us to make prices the small
dealer! can't meet. Your
neighbors trade here and
save money. You should
resolve now to follow their
CITY DRUG STORE
Fred Beers, Prop.
Grandma Smith at Rest.
Dnrcus M . Cimiiiiigiiani wus born
in Highland county, Ohio, Dec. 19,
1828, died at l'f rry, Okla., Aug. H,
1913, aged 84 years, 7 months and 19
The deceased wns married til I. J
F. Smith in Iowa, April 20, 1 .StKJ. In
March 1895 they moved to Perry,
Okla., where they have since resid
ed. She has been confined to her
bed for Bome time with a complies
tion of diseases and although not
thought to be ii: any immediate
danger but it was no surprise to her
numerous friends when Ihe sum
mons came and she passed peace
fully away to her reward. She had
been a consistent and leading mem
tier and worker in the Presbyterian
church for more than seveuty years
a life member of the Woman! Board
of Home Missions and of the W. C.
r. U. and actively identified in their
work for imiiy years past. All in
all >he was a woman whom to know
was to admire and love for her
many christian virtues and pleas
'1 lie aged husband is left alone to
mourn her hiss liiere having been
no children born to this union, but
tnelr entire circle of friends and
quaintauues tnourn witli him the
loss of this imble christian woman
and cominehd him for consolation
to the Maslei in whom this lovely
characier had so long and faithfully
The ftiuetal was held from the
F 1st Presbyterian church in this
city Sunday afternoon. R'-v. I)ui
can nfHcialliig, assisted by Rev
Foage it the M. E, church. The
burial followed In Oraco Hill ceme
ter.v and was attended by u lai^e
number of her true friends and ad
1' 11 y, (it. 1.1 In, in it, August 4i Ii 1U1J.
li.< (Joiiiiiy Ouiiniii.-Moi.ei n ol
Noble couuty met Mils 4.h day nt
August 19X3 with C. J. (ire. r chair
niaii.J. F. Heeler and h . R Martin
.iniiiissiDiiers and Ike Criu'ler,
-leik, and the following business
Claim of alld
Fred Kretsch mdse for poor $150
A H Kite dirt 25 37
I' Sut.field mdse for poor 3 25
A Kraemer " " " i go
J T Perryniaii sec co elect bd 25 00
I* F Lau house for poor 10 00
Dolezal A Lamb bouse forpoor32 00
A K Cotnbs livery 7 so
E J Stroud brooms 2 50
Oeo Newton jury com 9 00
Geo Dennis " (j 00
Lillian Johnsun steno jury com 9 00
St Marys Hospital care of Mrs
Smith 90 00
L|A Treadway drayage 50
I. W Wriitht sal and expense 151 50
J (' Smith Type Co typewriter 62 00
V C Welch printing 7 5l)
Rounds A Porter mdse ]6 25
J T Ferryman sec elec bd 4 00
l>m.r Conley member elec bd 4 00
L G Sboop member elec bd 4 00
C J Greer sal co com 47 43
(' .1 Greet R & B 15 00
V (' Welch printing 15 00
W K Rice salary and exp 167 67
C G Van nest sal co supt 114 9.
T E Work janitor 50 00
L L Lowley chair 4 00
Gus Pietruskv supplies 3 75
F red Kietscb mdse to poor 2 00
Ike Cngler sal co clerk 150 00
Fl ed \ aim " " assessor 400 00
VV F. Butiei field mdse to pool 10 00
L B Robinson sal co judge 166 07
W B Cook coal for poor 5 00
W E Wadsworth rent 3 00
Bruce Watson sal co supt tilth 25 00
(J S Harvey coal for poor 1 50
C L Wentier Hdw mdse for jail 9 15
South Side Pharmacy mdse I8 60
Palace Market mdse for poor 4 20
C H Mc iibblns sal reg of deedBlSOOO
Fred Mugler Bal co treaB 150 00
Perry Republican printing 75
Perry Republican supplies 29 75
I) D Brengle county physician 25 00
C A Wood county eug % 00
Geo Jones ice 30 00
F'irst Nat'l baud vault rent 50 00
C L Hoover sal sheritl 166 66
" bd of prisoners 68 00
" fees 75
" keeping jail 31 00
" expenses 41 59
S W Wyatt expense 2 50
Geo K Barnes fees 0 57
Dug Conlev member elec bd 8 00
J W Barton supplies elec bd 19 45
F> K Hurst Red Rock bridge 24 87 00
Attice Bdge Co Watson &
J Irons bridge 1108 00
W F> Rice expenses 6 00
B Mitchell bailiff 12 00
C S Thomasou express 1 00
Crowder & Johnson mtUe for
poor 12 00
Pioneer Tel Co phone services 12 50
V C Welch supplies 15 00
Suilius Bros livery 10 00
Sullins Bros mdse for poor 2 00
F^ R Martin sal co com 45 83
" " tickets for poor 6 99
R Ac B 6 00
JFKeelerR&B 6 00
" " " sal co com 46 53
Houston <V McCune material 27 83
Warden Ptg Co supplies
Sanil Dodsworth Co supplies
J W Yoce mdse f«r poor
W M Welch Mfg Co supplies
I S Roves mdse for , oor
V (' Welcli printing estimate
Mrs J M Davis care of poor
P F Lau house rent
.1 T ferryman sec elec bd
W K Barrett supplies
W H McCorn.Iek supplies
Ike Crlgler express
Ford and Brettie Items.
Threshing wheat and oats la the
main vocation of our vicinity.
An ice cream social was given at
the Ford school house, Saturday
night bv the members of the Christ
ian Endeavor society for the pur-
pose of purchasing repairs and
furnishings for the building. The
sales amounted to $18.75.
Miss Ruth Chapman, who has
been visiting relatives and IriendB
in Wichita, returned Saturday even
lug accompanied by the cousin Miss
Miss Flora Hlhler spent Sunday
as the guest of Mrs. C. O Madison
J. R. Beck and family entertain-
ed a small crowd Sunday at their
home, those present were: Frank
LeForce and family, Ora Beck and
wife Misses Aletha, Pearl and Char
lotte Burke, F'rances Bressie, Hazei
Jackson, Messrs Julian Morris and
R. M. Bressie J r.
George Ehler made his usual Sun
Jay call at the Andrews home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Gotschall anf"
non Wendell were guests at the
Uiilds liniite Sunday.
Mlssep Minnie Amltews it
Mabel Anderson called at the Bi -
sie home Monday tnoru.Hg.
Preaching by the pastor next Sun
day both morning and evening.
Sunday School 9:45 a. 111. H. E.
St. Clair, supt.
Westminster league 6:30 p. 111.
The public is cordially invited to
all these services.
S. H. Parvin Pastor
METHODIST KPI8COPAL L'HUKC'H
Sunday School 9:45 a. 111. J. W.
Public worship 11:00 a. 111,
The discourse will deal with the
underlyingpriticiples of the Masonic
legislation and the method by which
they were applied.
7:00 p. 111. Epworth League.
8:00 p. 111. Union services in the
Weduesday 8:00 p. 111. prayer meet
The public is cordially invited to
attend all of these services.
F". I. Poage, Pastor.
M. E. CUUKCH BOUTH.
Services every Sunday.
Sunday School 10:00 a. 111.
Prayer meeting Weduesday even-
ing at 7:30.
A cordial welcome is extended
Isaac.W. Armstrong, Pastor.
L W Rudy l urse
Huffaln twp refnndof taxes
A T Jones countv steno
al'd 150 00
(! S Thomasou clerk ci court
allil 150 00
Verna Hoover (lep co Ireas
Bess Hlioop dep reg of deeds
Sunday School 9:45. a. m.
B.Y. P.U. 6:30 p. 111.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Preaching services n 1 11 a, ill *
Senior Endeavor ut 7:00 p. 111.
The public is cordially invited to
attend these services.
Uuion servii es in the park at 8 p.
m. to which the public is cordially
H. M. Woods, Pastor.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH
Sunday School 10 a. 111.
Service Sunday 11:00 a, in.
Wednesday evening meeting at 8
All are cordially welcome.
Pink salmon 10c.
Coal oil 10c gallon.
Krssh Ginger Snaps 10c
2 lbs. mixed cookies 26c.
3 lbs. Fresh sailed crackers 25c.
Bottle Olives 10 and 15c.
Sears 4 Hutfman, phone 04.
You can save money by having us
do your Job printing.
Enterprise-Times adds brings re
The seven-league magic stride of long ago is al-
most a joke when compared with your present day
telephone traveling power.
Your Bell Telephone a> the very center of a vast
system of seven million others makes the scope of
your business possibilities equal to the length and
breadth of the whole land.
Develop that power which stands always ready at
your elbow, Mr. Business Man. You can make every
dollar so spent "prove in" on your balance sheet
well or better than any you invest.
and Telegraph Company
in "Cleaning House"
if You Use the
"Jewel" Suction Sweeper
It makes a dreaded day a dread•
less day. It draws up every par-
ticle of dust into a stout canvas
bag that you simply detach,
empty and replace. No dust
"raised". No "heavy pushing".
The "Jewel" runs as easy as a
No "carpet sweeper" equals the "Jewel
Suction 'Sweeper as a dust remover, k is
swifter, cleaner, lighter, more efficient and
more sanitary. Lasts a lifetime.
$6.00 to $12.00
8«tttai wfll b «<a««d lot
t M1 H 1> 0ww 11 •! '
made only by
General Appliance Factory (Inc.)
DEMONSTRATED AND SOLD SY
Christcph and Newton
SH-H! LIES! SECRET TO DARKEN 1
I—USE SAGE TEA
Sage Mixed with Sulphur [p>;''J*
Restores Natural Color " 5
and Luster to Hair.
Why suffer the handicap of
looking old? Gray hair, how^vpr
handsome, denotes advancing
age. We all know the advan-
tages of a youthful appearance.
Your hair is your charm. It
makes or mars the face. When It
fades, turns gray and looks dry,
wispy and scraggly Just a few ap-
plications of Sage Tea and Sul-
phur enhances Its appearance a
Either prepare the tonic at
home or g*t from any drug store
a RO-cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sagp
and Sulphur Hair Remedy,"
ready to use; but listen, avoid
preparations put up by druggists,
as they usually use too much sul-
whlrh mak*s th® hair
Get "Wyeth's," which
can always be dfp<4ndM upon to
darken beautifully and Is the
best tulng known tq remove dan-
druff, stop scalp Itching and fall-
By using Wyeth's Sage and Sul-
phur no one can possibly tell that
you darken your hair. It does It
so naturally and evenly—you
moisten a sponge or soft brush,
drawing this through the hair,
taking one small strand at a tlma,
which requires but a few mo-
ments. Do this at night and by
morning the gray hair disap-
pears; after another application
or two Its natural color Is ^ re-
stored and It becomes glossy and
lustrous and you appear years
Lucn« & K isl.
'J'lie Seaitle P"sL*liitclligetic«r
sayn: "Grasshoppers are* reported
lo have eaten off ihe plant on road
signs in Kansas, with the result
that automobiles go astray. The
next Kansas legislature will remedy
this condition, however. h> passing
a law against it." We s#>e now why
the esteemed Post-Intelligencer is
Mr. LI ml, President Wilson's rep
resentative to Mexico arrived safe
Iv in the capital of that country Suu
day. Manv persons have accom
plished the same feat in the past
few months hut up to date have fail
ed to make their get a wav. How-
ever we hope Mr. Lind and his party
may he more fortunate.
Want a Fine Taylor Made Suit?
Show onr samples to your friends
take two orders and make enough
to gut your suit free. Young mens
latest styles, very low prices, your
profits $10 00 a day. We ship on ap-
proval, expresL prepaid and guaran
l. e perfect fit. We want good agent s
everywhere; no money or expert
eiice needed. Write for free sample
outfit and great off «r.
Banner Tailoring Co., Dept. 42.1,
First Published in Knterprise- I imes Aug. 7,
Notice to Paving Taxpayers
Noticr is hereby kjiven that tie* 1913 Paving
I ix will be due «nd payable at tin- < flice of
th - i ity Clerk on September 1st, 1913.
K K HUSCH.City Clerk.
l irst published m Knterprlse-Times Aug 7,
IN TH K I'M I RICT ' OURT OK NOBl E CO-
UN IV MAI K <>H OKLAHOMA.
Iva Mon-tUck. i'lamtlff,
Theodore Moredlck, Defendant.
NOTICE OK PUBLICATION.
Said defendant will t.«we notice that he
has l een sued In the above named court
upon a pptltion for divorce, alimony and
i ustody of child, and must answer i lie Peti-
tion ther cof on or before the 19 day of Sep-
tembet 1913. or said petition will be taken
as true and judgment for plaintiff in said ac-
tion for a divorce will tie rendered accord-
L. W. Wright,
Clerk of the Dist. Court.
IsKAi.y 1'. W. Cre«H,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 8-7-5|
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