Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 23, 1896 Page: 4 of 8
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THE FEIfNY MAGAZINE. RAINFALL OF NOBLE GOTNTY
The new Penny Magazine published To the Entkrprise-Timks:
ijy the Penny Magazine Company of' The more a people know of that coun-
Entered at the Po toiii- .' in rerry, Oklaho £ tlj|Bcjeip},ia hna no rqual as a high try wherein they live the more they will
ma, as second-class matter. .ilasa expouent of choice literature for be able to get out of it. Here, upon the
— the low price of live cents a month. We one question of rainfall depends success
have been permitted to examine the or failure. That an understanding of
May number and can cheerfully recom- this question will make the former a
mend it to our readers. The Penny certainty, is shown by these figures
should have ten million subscribers.
One year (in advance)
8iu ;le coiiies ...
'Jldef J notice
(J. S Marshal
8 i|it. i'ublic Instruction.
Pr rtnte Judga
il •-inter of l)«ed*.
i jntv Clerk
Hupt. Public liistineti- n
Co nmissioiiei s.
BOTH HANDS SHOT OFF.
Sheriff Beckham and Deputy McFar-
land came down from Arapahoe, Tues-
day, having in their custodv the deeper
.do, George Miller, who was committed
to Canadian county j til for safe keeping.
Miller had both hands shot off in the
'ight in which fled Buck was killed
V \' S,wnrd I about 11 month ago. The (,'rand jury at 1 u,1' h Beometrijally decreases benefits
I H.'v.'i Arapahoe, last week, returned an indict ; r '"Kfrom Precipitation. The United
V.'Irii!' ment against Miller f
W. C. Ke'.ifrOw.
T. J. i^owe.
. Kra>:Ic 1 >a!e.
i.. i). N;\.
. . .K. 1>. Car .
.. Kainnel . uri.
A. H. Mnseller.
The United States has an average an
nual rainfall of 28.0 inches- -a fraction
less than is received in Noble county
and 25,134,000 people live in the from 20
to 40 inch belt. That is, nearly one half
the country's population thrive in a belt
notvaryifg to exceed about 10 inches
from the average annual precipitation of
Excessive evaporation of extreme alti
]|i)WAI K CO.
Best Line of the Old Reliable
«?£3:$J3 i'- OWfiSf.
FAULDS & MORRIS.
.S K. Hie
over and tlio court Hied Iiib bond ! AlaBk:l- wl,ich wou!''''kely increase it. .-
almost three times that of Red Rock.and
< . \v. i ut 37,000, in default of which He was
co mmitted to jail here. F.l Ueno Qrljbe.
J. r. Noble
t'. T. curry
T. M. UiriianlHon, jr.
VV. M IWI.~
o. I Ltmbookar ^aaeeaoi.
Kirst Ward. <« • "r;.e L« .... .lm> Dalaiu •
8 con«l Ward . J. T. Morris, L E. Harnett
T urd Wan I K. F. M r, Wm Moan ■
K r.irtli War.I M. II .1. \. \ .i.-rnou
b'.ftu Ward K. H. Men**, i. D. I hompson
ni\rh Ward A. Si. lVtile, \. I-Mcki.i- :
Seventh \lley, Johnson
KMistor Looi Davie.
Hsceiver J. H. Kinj:.
townsitf. board no. 8.
Timothy M<Crr.th Chairmnr..
P. A. Wilson Sec.and Diblmr-.n^ \>r
W, w. Bailey *: ■ '•
Postmaster 1*. Drace
For Delegate to Conj-'p--
HON I). T. FLYNN.
more people live above than below No
ble county's greatest elevation. There
is an immense basin between Arkansas
f^ity'e 1080 feet and Oklahoma C'iU'n
unty commissioner of ,0.,,, feetirellellinR it8 ,owest dj Qt
"" "<>• Irought in from Ins farm . M,,T fw| haB (he ^
near Clarkson, Inst Tuesday, a sample of
WHO CAN BEAT THIS?
wheat from his 10 acre field which meas
urea over two feet in heighth and will
soon head jut. He brought also, some
samples of lied Texas oats that were
headed out. These oats wero sown la-t
fall and safely stood the winter and will
be ripe long before the wheat crop ma
tures. Mulhall Enterprise.
eat altitude of any rnilraod statiou in
rROP MONTH'S RAINFALL.
Strictly pure liorae made lard i
only 7 cents per pound, in cans
of 5'i pounds, at Central Market,
southeast corner square. 302 o
Republicans, at St. Louis, June 16.
Democrats, at Chicago, July 7.
Populists, at St. Louis, July 22.
A ( aitious whisper from the Demo-
cratic camp: "Why not nominate Silver
The next annive >ary will be calebrat-
ed by the p<?op'.e of the great state of
Following is the list of unclaimed let-
ters remaining in the post office at Perr)
Oklahoma, for the weekending Monday,
April 21st, 1890. Persons calling for
these letterj will please say "advertised"
and mention date of this list.
J u ne
1 357 |
j 4.90 j
A four year's average April
in Noble county, based May
on Perry being about Jur.e
one hour's ride from July
each of above points. , Aug,
Some Svengali must have hypnotized
the Democratic maid and taken her into
a far country.
What an anniversary Oklahoma will
have one year from today! Free Homes, j
Statehood and Republican home rule.
11 uucoN. now prevails in the citj
council and as a result the city business
will be transacted in a business manner.
Craig, W \V
Dean, Dr II R
Green, A J
j Howe, J W
i I Lolloway, Curtis
I Ilunnewell, John
i Stockton, L M
Major William McKinley has two
cousins in Kansas. Palestine, the holy
land, will some day be located in Kan-
Ex Counsul Wallf.k says ho will
move his family to Kansas. We shall
not feel slighted John if y u stay out of
The x in Ponca's table shows that
month's record to have been missed en-
Harrison, Mrs Mollie tirely, so the Perry estimate is reduced
Johnson, Frank by three months at Ponoa, which g
Miss Mable (juthrie 191 inches. Xoblecounty being
Morphy, Claiboone ()f jower altitude than the county
which Guthrie is located is a probable
causoforat least a slight increase in rain
fall, that cannot Here be given the credit
due. Noble county has another advan-
tage in that it extends nearly twenty
miles further east than the rain measure
at Guthrie. Each of these miles increas-
es rainfall and decreases elevation. So the
above table is at least a mild underesti
mate of favorable conditions prevalent in
Perry's tributary territory, whose f.ve
crop months, on a four year's average,
receive almost 18 inches.
Red Rock is 209 feet below Sps ingtield,
Thk Democrats of Oklahoma are put-
ting their necks in jeapordy just now 1
trying to climb into the unlimited free
silver band wagon.
'I'm. St. Louis convention will declare
for fre« coinage of silver on a parity
with gold. Silver and gold equal to all
the murder .;f average elevation, not including Ilhe PeoPle and ln purchasing power.
A Kansas man says the late rains
were well distributed, extending ull the
way from the Panhandle to Paradise.
He is now keeping out of the Panhand'e
It sippljks a fund for much amuse-
ment to observe the amount of political
literature the Democrats are contribut-
ing in the interest of the St. Louis con-
So tha i the party may not loose sight
of the fact, we kinuly mention that the
Democratic party will hold a national
convention in Chicago July 22nd, this
Editor Jok Qlikn-, formerly of the
Shawnee Quill, has gone into the Times*
Journal office at Oklahoma City. Joe
wanted to ^et over nearer to them, he
had to strike at long range at Shawnee
Editor Frank G. Pkouty claims the
publication of the first pnper in Okla-
homa, the Guthrie Get-Vp, printed the [
tirst day at Guthrie on brown wrapping ,
paper and sold for $1,00 each.
The Senate committee on military j
affairs have decided to report favorably
on the bill for the reorganization of the!
army. It provides for the enlistment of j
30,U00 additional men, seven regiments
of artillery, ten regiments of cavalry and '
twenty-five regiments of infantry.
♦^Staple and Fancy Groceries^
Clioi m- Ai>|>l«'s Oranges, Bananas and Lemons.
Dr t i fruitsj.t < alt}. Our stock of Tobaccos is unpnralled —twenty seven
diront l-'ii < t' i and h *!fct. ('igars aij•. t 'i^i.r^ttes in stock t< suit price
jii'd taste. D< l't f >rget the place, corner < f Bxi hange and C, the main thorough-
fare, the great city « f Perry.
-~c c ( T
T 7 T ./T'.V
A \ jL. i A v
itJi % m ti
By buying $15,00 worth of
GROCERIES of R, j. Csa-
lor of the : : : :
Miller, Mrs hill
MacDonal, Mrs E
Niesel, Miss Lielle
Parker. T C
Silly, H H
All school land lessees of Noble coun-
ty are requested to meet at the K. of L.
lodge room=, 011 north Gth street, Perry,
<). T., on Saturday, April 2oth, at 2 p. m.
The objects of the meeting are: 1st
To more thoroughly organize for mu-
tual protection. 2nd—To make arrange-
ments for a Territorial convention to be
held in the near future.
J. V. Koogle. Secy.
Red Rock is 210 feet below Otnahn.
Red Reek is 73 feet above Chicago.
Wm. T. Little.
"I ha\t. no plans for the future," says
Rev. William Cleveland. If you can
keep your hand-hold for a few months
William, Grover will join you, and
ease up matters
The Oklahoman is devoting its usual
amount of editorial energy to making a
state out of the Indian Territory anil
Oklahoma. The people have a mighty
good hold of the other end of the rope.
Vou are a little light boys.
TWO OF A KIND.
Lawyers W. A. Knipe and S. Iv
0f Bocthe, says the Perkins Journal, have
entered into a compact to capture the
offices of city and assistant city attorney.
. , ., In the event of either being elected to
By authority of tlie executive commit- the „nt itlon the other is to bo lbe
Ue, the Mui-annual meetinfi of th Ok- SaIariea to bo WJ1„ and
lahoma Press Association is hereby .
„ At, mi I W18OO per year. Forty-eight hundred
called to meet at hnid,0. I. on ihursday , . , . . ,
. . . .. .... ..... . (1,. , dollars for legal information for the city
and l" ri :iv. Mnv 1 It i Am l.ifh. sit . ..
Call and Program for the May Meeting
away above high water
and Friday, May llth and loth, lb9G, at , ,
. , , of Perkins
2 p. m., for the purpose of transacting ,rir^
such business as may properly come
I before the association. It is earnestly
re'juseted that all members, and all who
.lee.ro to become members, attend this | U sta,lb w,lth a word-with Bl.ru
meeting and assist in maintaining our
association to the highest merit of
journalism and factional union.
T. F. Hens lev, Pres.
Lon Whorton, Secy.
i'ROGKAM OP EXEKcisKS.
Welcome, by reciuost of Mayor
They are working the "prosperous
and happy future" story up in Kansas
again to induce immigration. The peo-
ple are on. Through the brilliancy of
the foreground can he seen clearly the
spector of Populist misrule and farm ! Marshal. W. 8. Wittin«hill,
mortgage disaster. I'residont'H annual atl lre«H.
„„ii,.n ,i T..** IMitoran'l the Public Schools. President
" , Boyd, Univtralty of Oklahoma.
W f. joinm) the prooession a little Oklahoma Libel Law. Prank Greer, Guthrie
later, but are thoroughly naturalized Capital.
and as a good big addition to the origin- How to Manage a Subscription Lint in Ofcla-
A«« m.nst slander there is no defenece
a nod—and very often with a smile. It is
a pestilence walking in the darkness,
sdreading contagiou far and wide, which
the lit st weary traveler cannot av id; it
is the heart searching dagger of assassin;
it is the poisioned arrow whose wounds
are incurable; the moral sting of the
deadly adder. Slander originates with
uo true gentelman nor lady.
al family, we join in spirit with all the I ■
* ' . lie Itelatio.i of the I'ri -tto the l'ol tician. J
people of original Oklahoma in com- u luenburg. Enid Wave
memoratlon of the Jay which seven The Y&lveof hditorial in elation*. J v
years ago gave to >o many thousands r«- Ivingfinhor Free l'ress.
Personal ItcininiBcenccd. John M. Dawson,
' Jk lahoma ('ity.
, What ia News
WANTS PAlf AS HUSBAND.
Last year James Kendall's wife sued
him for a divorce at Pawnee, and the
court promptly gave her a decree. Now
James c« mes to the front and turns the
tables by suing her for • f,,r
"services rendered as her hu band during
three years." This opens up a new linn
of thought. James evidently imagine Woutl-nn. Darling
that being a husband is a professi« n
which entitles him to good wages, lie
modestly tixes the value of his services
as a husband at 81,000 per year, and
asks the court to collect the amount for
him. Hut how is a fair estimate to be
placed upon the conjugal value of a hus-
band's services? Beyond any question. cr&t
from what we have heard, it is w< rth ' ' " ,,usino*H
Senator Tillman, of South Caroline,
was booked for a speech at Pertle
Springs over in Missouri last Saturday,
and when he mounted the stage of the
auditorium a bowed old man as thin as>
a shadow, stepped up to him and shout-
ed in his ear: "I love you because you
l.nlie Niblack. Guthrie Lea«l- air the only Democrat who had courage
to tell them ole hoss thieves at Washing-
ton how they've been robbing the labor
of this country." "That's ole Thomp-
son Foster," exclaimed a farmer. "He
used to be a sizely man, but he's talked j
himself into that air condition." And
then Thompson Foster, the man who j
talked himself thin, assumed the air'
beatitude and stood up, I at in hand, Territory of Oklahoma f
beside Tillman, before the people. He . Noble County )
stood at tho Senator's elbow though the
entire speech except when ho had to
Oflico ha-<ion<> iip leave the Senator to spit. He followed
How Much 8|>ace should Devoted to Kdito-
ri Us T. .J. Palmar, Medf wl Patri it.
The Value of the Loral l'ress to the people. J
A Buckles. Enid Eagle.
Special Editions Ed I', EiirIo, Normal:
Natioi il Editorial iMoeiaUoft, W, R Boltw
Woo* I ward News.
How to Holvo the Indian Qaeetion. Capt A<
(.'apt. Jakk A dm i i .of the Kingilsher
Free Press, has been
his business ventures
he deposited 640o 00
city. The other tl;iv*
lucky in some of
Some time ago j
in a bank in his (
the assignees de-!
dared a dividend and the Captain got \
20 out of tho amount i.<• put in.
"Sixth. Prctection for nil interests
and sections alike; for the laborer as
well as tho manufacturer; for the west
as well as the east." The sixth plank
of Senator Tillman's platform he will
ask the Democratic party to adopt at
Chicago. This is stolen bodily from the
Republican platform and will be a
strange resolution to olfer in the con-
vention of a party which has advocated
free trade for nearly a century. It won't
A Wa-iunoton dispatch says in refer-
ence to statehood for Oklahoma: "There
is little doubt that at the next meeting
of the committee a favorable report will
be ordered The memb ?rs who have op-
posed Arizona and New Mexico stated
that Oklahoma is competent to become
a state, and tho bill should pass.
The members of Hone-:- ('. J r ■ P t
13 arc earnestly requested to be present
at a spec'al meeting of the Post or,
Friday evening April *Jt. l*v'G, as bt: i '
ness of importance will come \> ?fore the
Post. H. G.'Prosper, d< jiartm it .u ^
mander, will be with us. By order of
Post (Vmmani. i r
can always use Ciroccries and you can get a beaut if u
Crayon picture of yourself, relative or friend absolutely
1 ree when you have bought ~15,00 worth of Groocriti> J
THAT IS HOW IT IS DONE.
to Our vSlore : :
• • hen y ou make a purchase, we punch
the amount out out of the ticket, ; nd
11«• ri the ticket is all punched and you
and you have bought ^I'M O. you gf t the
portrait free. They can be in either In-
dia ink <: r Crayon,
And g -t free of cost, a coupon ticket on
whi<• ii ti • ar« numbers, which repra
sent o, lo. 1 • . 'Jo, *J.i anil .Vic. the sggre
gate of which represents cflo.00.
The Aotk is done by the Acme Copying
Co.. Cliici.u' '. and guarantee work is in
likm -s and durability ('all at the store
and g-t a ticket and we a .11 explain
C Street, Between 6th anr' 71!.
Perry, 0k . "3
Itn all me same, aslig.it <• -M. cor. 1
treated lungB or severe cough. One
M i ute Cough Cure banisl es them. EI
The Greatest Assay Yet Made!
Professor Public Opinion, after full ;rvestigatior. says of the
ana Binder No. 10
NOTICE TO BRIDGE B0ILDBR-
Sealed bids vdl be rn eived until Ma\ •
2nd, by the bridge building committee.'
at White Rock, O. T., for tho work in |
the construction of a 36 foot span wood !
truss bridge, to be built on lied Iloclr,
one mile to ith cf White Reek. Sje« iti-'
cations tan be setn at White R .ok until
April 23r 1, and at the count) treat
o I Vice in Perry from April 21th t< _!. th.
The committee reserves the r.nr t to
accept or reject any and all b ut. \
dress Building Commitnee, Whitr Ro.k.
D. F. IIctddi.i > rox.
W. C. (juav F.S,
J. W. I)l I.I.A 111 J,
R M U'M.to,
A. II. (i \bjfett,
l ir^l |iul>liil •
Daily I'm r^ri*..
NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITION;.
Advert:-in« Atfeat -f. 8. ttoulf Heme, Field
and F<-ram, Guthrie
A Vi^oroUH Editorial Policy.
The Find 1-nae rflor Yi
in Smoke. L«>n whorton, Noble County hunti
II. I. Harter
s ■rjvor to eli oil:-,-. ■; Lisqht Praft, Lirjht Weigh
and tall of handling The most durable yet mad*
The r-ntire machine raised and lowered from seu tint
much more than 81,000 to live wilh some ' "n * 1 ,, „
( .ilurr n«. Sir-. Mnnull ll(«;lt,Ok
womtn a year. Old Man Socrates un- Ulioms ciir.
tloubtedly earned much more than that 1 .•••«: ■ i.-li ■ r fi.rnnn'
aa the consort of Xantipp?. Uut ho are |Ml.t Bdaa ueaborii. Enid ware,
not ao ungallant a3 to belicvo for one
moment that any Oklahoma yirl thould
not bring a premium in the matrini'.ninl1 ( liuice hums Sti"itr Cured
market, pecuniarily, or otherw.se Ken- only 12J cents ,)t,r j.^und ut
In tho Diatrict court cf tiift |- mith
'lll^levers *ilhin fasy rood, of orator. I, can be seen a,
the orator uljout the stage with uplifted ^ameB McL.illen, plain ti (T ^
The Relation of the to Indnhtrial £dnca- ear and wne the tirst to congratulate ^usie McLallen, defendant \
lion. MortL Hi*ler. Norman 8tate Demo- him. | Thes'iid defendant, Mrs. Susie Me
rf_ IT _ ". . , . , . _ _ - Lallen. will take not.ee that on Sntur
II. Hlaknoy R D I T 0 RIAL NC/TES. < l ;i y, tho'.'th day of Mnv, A l> IS!-
Wallerstecit & Moyer's
C/ o it > t i* a ti d 13 S t s,, Perry, (Ik
How to Ah ert.iia erotita in i'rintinK,
1 \ incent, (ruthri" It-prp^ntative.
dall undoubtedly has had full pay for ]
his services. Wo will
been overpaid as it is.
j plaintiff above named will tako
r. . .... . I lepoaitions of sundry witnesses, to
Tim Democrato are still very busy ( uw,(1 ag evil|ence in Ule trl(ll „f the „|)0r6
Htand- trying to get a "dark horse'' into the -.nuse. at. th« residence of Frederic I).
St, Louis convention. i Barto.at thocitv of Puyallup in the coun-
It : 11 in. u ", Where May also be Sppn
going blind. Going it blind U whit go o'clock p. m. of said d«yt and that the wwgn
him into a French prison. j taking of the same will be ndjouriied
. . . . ind continued from day to day. at the
vNLt ninety days til the Chicago name place and between the same hours,
his aerricee. Wo will wa«er that lie hat' t!e"trttl AInrkot, norrhetli>t corner' convention and no "fnvor.to eon" ytl I until they aro completed.
i diacove.-pd in the Democratic p.irtv. •> ' 1 V. isiiv A Hokvmi,
Atty'a. ( >r J ii M< UiIIid, pltf.
1 li'K1 ' f Iiiiplciiiciits headed liv the
SOUP C0VF0RT SULXr PLOW,
•1 :■ Ii !r:i no ecjn .1 nr < <tinjK'titors for general |>ur|Ht>cs
< nrrv a full
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