Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 30, 1898 Page: 1 of 8
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PERRY ENTERPRISE TIMES.
PERBY, OK l,\.. THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1898.
July Clearing Sale
On or about July 1st we slmll move into our new store room
nth side of the square, where we will p'aco on sale
. !,,t of scas.nnUe goods, and welcome our many
s t :111 ti: ,• advantage of cash buying and cash sell-
A visit to the store will convlnoo you of our sincer
,.M,\ price will commend ih-msehes <o a'l shrewd
ity of pur[
1 FEW ITEMS FOR YOU TO CONSIDER:
i v.-J shots! Sliotsl Shoes!
\ll s-'.lnr, kinds rd,olors. We hav.
rec«iT«d lately bankrupt JjJ
and are closing t^m nut for lit
„n ,« d liar. K-tler lo< k their
Curli-e "I 'adira nnJ miss ,
Fine Shotf. aro Oa-2 Tosst on
Our O'o'hing is the bw=L that money
I una Rood ju lament can buy
. .05: to $2 o<-
Royb 1*0 p'eoe euita.
*1 outh' three piece euitB. ..61 M to ?<>l*
1 lot men's b'.lit", extra value 8-11*
1 lot me I u t. guaranteed nil
wo'•!. fumy CHfitimere and clny«
$7.50 to 10../
Our J1'2.V3 n ' Ml! 00 suits Hreiq;i
, 1,1 1 . .'II I.r im tde to o'der sn'te
I , .. style is Hie latest and the tit perfe<
l r, -- Goi
in fact, ev
l.'uunter] lanes, 1'
i;ii.' uertaining ti
jiuens and 1 mbrel
a First-class St°ck.
Straw Hals, Wool Hat?, For Ba!; and Ha
SUSTAINS THE RAISE
80PRi ME OODET OVER RULE8 TBI
MOTION IN BOLLEN-WALLAOE
EX 11A r S I I V E O 1' IMO N
Matter of Mu<;h Importance to Our
Taxpayers K.nally Settled Wh ch
Disposes of O.oer teases in the
Same L'Uc The Capital's
U| i lion,
The Supreme Court met Saturday
morning and over ruled the motion foi
a rehearing in thA c ise of Wallace, plain
tiff in error, vs. Bullen, defendent in
error, and handed down an opinion in
the oase. This is a rase wherein Bullen
and other t« x pavers of Noble county,
enj )iued tlie county treasurer from C"1
lecting the t«i raise assessed agains"
the fax ible property of the county b)
the territorial board of equalization
In rendering the decision the court
said: The question in controversy ;b
c early one of statutory power and
where the power to equalize aud thei©
is no limitation ou the manner in w hich
this power shall be executed. There is
nothing in the meaning of the word
'equalize" which supports the construc
tiou that the board must eele t an aver
age valuat'on and then add to the lower
and tak* from the higher in order no*
to increase or dimin'Fh the aggregate.
L'he word equaliz-3 means to make equal
'o; to take a number of objects and se-
lect oue of such number for the stand
> rd and make all others conform to i*
And under the provisions of our statutes
relating to the assessment aud
tion of pr< perty for revenue purposee J
and dittoing the powers of the several'
oftioe0 and boards we hold that th* tern
torial bo ;rd of equalization in exercising
Roy til makes the food pure,
wholesome aud delicious.
HO.AL #A«lhG CC , KC* YOU*.
PORTS RIG1) INVASION.
INDICATIONS POIN* TO THE EM
BARKATION OF TR00P3.
20,<)iio VOL I N TEE ItS
Will Sail in a Few Days to Tak
Inland Upon ti.o Fall of Santii g
Which is Expected Very Sjon
N.E. A. SPECIAL
j TO WASHINGTON, D. 0 , WITHOUT
| Santa Ke - Pennsylvania Lines.
The Official Route.
r.paign Will be
The Governor Over run With Applica*-
tions For Commissions—Officers
Must Raise Compamus to Hh-
Military affairs continue active at the
executive ofttje. There were not so
many calle-s yesterday, but nun-eroue
letters havo been received the last three
i days from a number of aspirants for of-
valua- positions in the batt dion. Beside?
' the offiiiers who, it is believed, have been
agreed upon, it is a safe guess to say
that Harry C. Barnes will be the fourth
captain. Captain Barnes was for two
s a student in a military ncadem; ;
We do not believe m selling a few thing, for lee. than cost and
i;i,fl)I. thel'.sson something else, but give the lowest price
oriole on CM iything in the store.
\. A. 15 Vlvl'iH JSc CO-
of the various counties for purposes of
valuation may, from all the returns
ina'e from the various counties, deter-
mine which the such returns in the|
% ^ \
a. n. iu:w<:H.
SUCCESSOR TO SMITH BROTHERS,
WHOLE SAL I
and RETAP ...
There have be<
applications from the colored cit'/.-ms f
the territory to rai«? a company « i or
j fera of volunteers.
The governor eays in making the s"!
tion of the c thcere to command the com
panies he will issue a commission to n
man who does not raise a company, u
he considers this one of the ti ret r*q
Deal, r ir
■r.tiz ssstftfw rses
, K M...VV wlinleBft'e price. Having to purchane io
' ; • hoiesale department give him the
l)pHler in the city.
Urge Quantities 11 eupply his v
advantage of lower pncee than an> K--tail
'1'hia benetit gOM to his retail uustnniere
sites necessary t
BUS IN £ ' WILi ALWAYS B. 0 PS E R V £ 0
k BEST GOODS,
1 ttin ami K ep Customers Call «>n lull)
;t h', where the busine « will be continued.
is powers to rqualizo the aesesfiu^nts *ears . , ,,
' was captain on Oovfrnor oteelee suti
and held a lieutenant's commission i>
| the Ok. N. G. under Governor ltmfrow
and is at the present time connected
« , with the New Or e ns it We tern rai -
judgment of the board, most nearly re
t . - - n way and elevator company, i he gov
present an aseeeement based upon the '
, . # . - . i ernor has tendered a lieutenants <-jiu
true cash value of the property in such , , . , . ,, ,
. ; u m B8ion to J.J.O Rourke, of E Reno,
county and may adopt such return hp ;
. , r ♦ and Wm. Wh twortb, of A va.
the standard or bnsis for equalization
, .. . , . t.Q! A hospital Stewart will be appointed
and may add to cr deduct from a I tr.e i
. , . ..j by the governor; some ooe who is a i-
reuian ing returns such per cent as will , , ,
, , censed pharmacist
be required to ca Jse the various o^her
counties to conform to such standard or :
basis on rsseB^ed valuati >n, notwith
standing the aggregate valuation, as
shown by the returns, made by the sev- 1
eral county clerks.
The cafe of Gray vb Stiles and cases
following same are over ru'ed and the i
decision, judgment and orders made and
euterrd in this cause, on the 17th day of
July, 189G, are in all t'linga approved.
All the other jud<ep concurring except
McAtee, who dissents."
The Capital has the following e-'ii
la'r regarding th * d-*cHi'-n:
In this issue we print the decision of
the supreme curt on the tax raise b
the territorial hoard of equal z*tion.
L'hecourt si'stai's the Wa'iace-Bullen
decision, vliich upheld the raise This
decisiou reverses the (irav-Stilee decis
ion In the latter the old supremo court
held the raise illegal.
1'his last aeo sioL sett e^ the matt^i
f'>r at least four yars. or un'il the Cn
ted States c urt can pass upon it.
• . l i u • i : application
The S ate Capital has always held ( ^ ^ o T
that the raises of valuation were leg'*1.1
rb there was no law preventing it, ami (;ramt t'ou
by s' rotig inference t he la x gave author-
ity to do 80,'be board being unlimite<i (
in powers No one was harmed by the
raise, a-? a'l values were outrageously
Washington, June26—More hurry or
ders went out fr- m both War and Navy
Departments today for the re-inforo
ment of Genera' hafter and the loedirg
of the Porto K'co expedition. The of-
ficial dispatched from .n front of Santia-
go do not indicate that the Americans
are in need of help, but i' is t^e polic}
of the President to make more thai
enough provision for ail contingencies.
It l"oks now as if 'he Porto Rico move
ment will take place the coming week.
The departure will have to be made ear-
lier than intended. Iu the program as
if was the early p:irt of tie week, ten
d«vs had been allowed Gen. Shatter to
reduce Santing >. The rapid progress
tnade since the landu g on Wednesday
s-ems to foreshadow a much shorter
campaign there, in fact, the indications
are that Admiral Sampson and the regu
lars will be read) to gj on to Porto liico
and take San Juan I. fore the volunteer*3
can be loaded and started from bernan-
uinaand Miami. B-fore the end of the
coming week the War Department ex-
pectB to have over 20,000 volunteer j
troops on the water, part, of them to r - i
place regulars at Santiago, but most of |
them to occupy Parto Ivico.
The movements of the ^ad z ti els are.
treated with almost ind'.tT-renee by the
trategy board. They are only c suall\ (
discussed in the wa. room a' the \\ bite .
Houce. Not uutil the ships pass through l
the Suez Can d will the Pr .'dent am. j
his advisers believe ''.iora is any r. al in- j
This train will leave various points in
the | Oklahoma via Santa Fe Route on July
4th, 1898. It will leave Kansas City via
Santa Fe at 7 p. m. same day, and arrive
in Chicago next morning. The Penn-
sylvania Lines will take the train east of
Chicago, 'l'he itinerary is avery at-
tractive one, and embraces a daylight
r«de through the grandest, of Alleghany
mountian scenery; around the Horse
Shoe Curve, along the Blae Juniata,
and the majestic Susquehanna. An
unique feature of the trip is the ride
in the special train from York to the
epoch making battlefield of Gettysburg,
Apply to E. E. Westervelt for ltiner
ary, list of desirable low rate excursions
from Washington, and the time train
will p is3 your station or nearest junc
Dr. Simmons' Sarsaparilla imparts
n *w life and energy to all parts of the
body Good a« well for baby as for
grandfather. Fifty cent* and 00 doses.
R. J. Edmiston^
Trt Eitractei Vital Fail.
Otlioe in Wolleson Building, North
"PerT 37* : :
There are three good reasons
why parties wanting to bor-
row money should see the
Banner Laud Co.
They furnish money
on J una i
> app )intment - -api
ido Springs nnd L)e'.
to-ition to eend tue expedition to ti
I'hilhpiues or intothe Pacific.
Du.'; i the f: um;i -r i.f l^'.'l. M r. i' 3ECC1TD-
I'. Jobnson, n well xnown attoru y of
L-juisvilie, Ky , had a very severe nltacli
f summercmpliinent. Quite a uuui- I
lier of different remedies were trieii |
but fade,I to ulT"rd any relief. A
friend who knew what was d -jdtd pro-
i re d him a bott'e of Chamberlain,: |
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, j
which quickly cured liioi and he thiuUe,,
,i,ved his life. He ea;.a that there has I
not been a day sin';e that time that he I
han r.ot ! 1 this remedy iu his luuse- I
hold lie speaks or it iu the highest j
prmse nnd '.aUea inu ■ pleasure 111 re-
wmer.dirg it whenever an opportunity
offrrnd For s:i'e by L. E. Garnett.
One fare, plus IH.I 'or tl ii'1 i tr'p
l'lrkete good for return at sny l
from June 12th tn Julv 6th. rti°
Santa Fe is the only lire that run. nil
its Colorado Imi- s throu - I'm bio a'd
Colnrad'i to D, ' v> r, acd that light i;r.
Draw Mortgage and Notes
with privilege to pay part or
all at any interest payment.
< )ur rates are tha Lowest.
We also make loans on good
business property on the
equare in Perry.
We are in the tield for busi-
ness and solicited your pa-
Banner Land Company
D INTERN \'rIONAI.
■U NI. I—NOV
day coachee •
e ectric bg t
j and the auto
i i.^su'e safe >
v d -
'ihere v i
.rove, p x
j Wharton d
by the axle
i« ll r i' ion
lly will sell
and on folio
MHF.R 1, 1838. |
sas on the A. T. & S. F.!
ei'i t'eke is to Omaha acd I
rrv Kt tlie folio wing rates i
put), til Weekly ENTEKl'RlSK-1 IMLS
IS THK niSTRIi T COURT.
Ida M. Donahoo f
I II. R. Donahoo ^
, - If. K. Donahoo. tin* atiore named defen-
int is tier 'i y notified that he has been
^ j , • l in the at>« se named court by the above
o\ f\ ■
ep ak*r« s
WHOLESALE nnd RETAIL GROCER,
fr, t y-f-y.v.'it-ic w ui -! V
(ft ■ . ajssML
court the powers
low to start, on. The raise of nsses6f d 1 crnwtj
va'ue lowered the tax rate and made H ! will be putil^h'. 1 it'
better and fairer showing. The court j wea^ Every i ody f-rdii
has doue a 8>i aih'e thing in settling.' com(, nn^ i,,",,v, ti ;i ,
once for ad, in the territorial supreme j
f the equalization i lhe<l- pinkie, t
i future < f th Piiil i p n
— ; felt throng ' ti ' t'= 1
11 Hilmrdniciit I moke we 01
«>f free c tmeras to July 1, 1896. W#j°n ' '• ,
shall giveaway a photographic camera j' 1 1,1 (
to every purchaser of a Straus Bros, i u
maile to-order suit, from tune i, V8U8to|l,'u
July t, 1898, from.). Wolleson. sole
jg.nt for Perry. Call early and i.vold
i «e rash Workmanship ond tit guar-
antee d. ^ **w
■ r. at1 (
e, good w ter
address the j
1> invilcd t
| Nov. lo I
i ,J une lbt
• return .>u da;
not l iter thu
71 dates of sa
L E. W
ed o.i an;
n ulled plaintiff for a divorce and the cus-
i.xly ot her minor ctilldren, and that he
. aid petition filed tn said court
or belt re the otn da; of July, MM, or ftld
, , • in \n I!! l"- taken as true and Judgment
:i ;intInsaid plaintiff divorce from the de-
m tat and custody oi lier minor children
will he granted accordingly.
\\ itn -- my han«l and the seal of said
nirt this i*)th day of Ma>, l«^.
\v. r. iiviin.
skal. Clerk of | strict < our .
Motuv. \ttorney i i -lalntifT.
i the bast
I lam 1 bar
erlain'a Pain Balm
a househol'l hniiu'
rem*:dy known for rh
k,neura'gip; while fo
louts, bruises, burns, sc-ahie
i throat, it i. involua *le' W r
, rnerch nt3, IVrnn dina, I'
"Everyone wh - bu> a bolt e
'! b- rlain'o Remedies, comes I
jeaya it is the best ui -iicine hi
t\ New Discovery
t!,, Ctv'ain Cure of INTERNAL and
3. WITHOUT PAIN.
CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED-
iuaC-H, cv Mail, 75 Cents; Uottles, 60 Cents
IAMFC« F, ilALLAsD, Sole Proprietor, ■ ■ 310 North Main Street, ST, LOUIS, M0<
F >r Sale by L. E. Uurnctt.
I„aure your health n I'riekly AhI,
li tter?. It regu "leB the yst tu, p'o
mole" good a|'|ialjte, ao'.md sleep nnd
cheerful epirite. Sold by T,. E (iiruett jA
,)nl"> Cure for £t p -ji-1,
Mrs. 1'ranLliu ltusli, of N,
ed v "J , I
lib II M.i. I
lo«-d ill ' - ■ i
Oil I *<k !>• * •
the eou:lil 'i,n > I
OI ti' W.oii-.i
(M ii j>t
1',. C. I! ■
i x rf
' his p ha of ten )>ai
j vise; o'lier' to try i
! /, uv. -k1 „ disea1 es
j City llrugein
."0 cents per botlle lit
(f li-wiaviile, 1'* x *,
IJ, Wilt's Witch 11 /. ■
. ..VJ to him. I' ound
tnruln g. lie a,l
Tt a'po ' ur, s ro-
il olistii uto S"re=.
l irst Fun. in Weekly Kntkki'hisk-Tixh
May Mil i iw.
NOTIUE FOR PUBLICATION.
i \M> OKFICI vt Hkrrt, OKLA, f
May 2nd, ISM. i
N-tlce Is hereby given that the following
s; iM'.-d '' ttler has Tiled notice of his lnten
• ii i make final proof In support of his
ni and that said proof will tw1 made 1m«
• . ii i i• ■1 -11■ r and receiver of the
i - i ml office at P-u ry. oklahoma, on July
I,tii. -.viz .lames M. lay h r for the north.
, st .uarter oi sfctt« n n!n -. town twenty-
.mi-, n. range one west. I. M.
He names the following witnesses to
jtrovi- his continuous residence upon and
cultlN ailoii of said land, vl/ I homas J.Hry-
,,n ii ivi rv, okla.. .lean Shupe. of Perry,
nk a., i-i it l ate, of Perry, okla., Hugh
(.alley, or Perry. Okla
\li rkil ii. hollh.
, , I W Register.
I ; ifi :: a Inr ;.
scd to havo
and liclchinc- I tried c , i*. t i
could hear of, l ut M t'oinc hi It ■-
•ill 1 took Brazil ian llahn, ami o -•
•eut bottle cu: m1 nic coitr '. i '• •
',u e Minute Cough Curt', cures
That U will! It >\a> mad-' lor.
The <> '
A e) ni dull nd a'upi•''r i>'
he snap, vin*. ; t d cner^> tr.: t
m T v vi i ti d a f v d • •
was ot (
j reat \\st m
Hiltrrs. f' t
Ivd) for v;>
hikheat ord* r
at* r, lv
Ii/ m.akd's S
[ no pain it will •
! will fto' sub' I ii
he"I it will Q-r
nd uorns. 2")
iDt relisv\ no swehi g
, m wound it will r<
a fr> t bite", rhillbl r
, \ 50 o m'a at. L
ii g ti e caj e r
k. it ia a remrd f t! -
8*>ld by L K. Oirui tt
| The 1
old remedy s Hut
. All nohss nnd j:
d. Salisfa i n t r m >i
r sale by all druggists.
NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION-
Land urricK, 1'RRIIT,O.T. |
May 2.',, 1«<. I
Notice I hereby given that the following-
• i ler has filed notice >f his inteu
proof m support of his
claim, and that said proof will t> > made he-
i.-io the Register and Itscelver, at Perry, o.
I on .Jul* L'-th, l-.'s, viz John Hull, who
made II. K No. IT".', tortlie nw qr, secK, twp
21 n.r i east 1 m .
lie names the following witnesses to prove
li1 * itinuous residence upon and cultlva
ti. ni ( f, inltl land, viz J. II. Morrison, Jacotx
Kent, W. l Mull ami Mlrum Hull all of Mor-
rison. O. T
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