Noble County Sentinel. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 29, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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| MURRY S BYRNE, 1
or~~ (Successors to Keller’s)
[ Up-to-date Grocery |
— - • ■ —- ■ ■ ■ 1 ■ —
The best place in Perry
to sell your
John W. Henderson of Pawnee was
in Perry Tuesday.
Luru Edmondson, the old war dorse
of Lela, was in Perry last Saturday as
jolly and good natured as ever.
See .1. T.' Perryman. Morrison, O.
I'., for Farm Loans, Chattle Loans
and Insurance. 32-tf
The Wichita Carnival will he held
Septembeer 3 to October 5. A. big
i ime is anticipated.
C. F. Clay and wife returned a few VVE PROPOSE TO
days ago from their wedding trip to
Kentucky. Mr. Olay’s old home.
J. A. & Emma Price
Graduates of A. S. 0, KirKsville,
Mo. Offices on Sixth St. Be-
tween F & G. Perry, Ok
£3 Staple and Fancy Groceries 3
... always in stock ... 3
g" We extend an invitation to all to give us a trial ^2
order. We will endeavor to please you both in
prices and cpuality of goods.
| flURRY & BYRNE, 3
West Side of Square, - - Opposite Postoffice. ZZ3
* LOCfVb. 2
pour nice residence lots for sale, in
desirable location. Call at this office.
gee J. T. Perryman, Morrison, O.
fc for Farm Loans, Chattle Loans
Uncle Sam Feland,ex-mayor of Rip-
ley, is in Perry this week attending
the fair. ____
Take your butter, eggs and chick-
ens to Grimes’ at Dillie and get the
highest market price. 51-4t
The Boston Dye Works cleans,
blocks and trims your old hats and
makes them like new ones. 18-tt
If you see the picture of the Perry
mill on a sack of flour you can bet on
it being “Pride of Perry” inside.
30ox5.’t Tova-y a. Se-ssrin-gf 3>v£a-
cliin-e aa.aa.til yo^ see Sl5.ax5.a-
It stands where others fall.
It beats the band and all.-
The two daily fast trains on the
Choctaw Route make direct connec-
tion at Memphis for all points in the
east and south east
you can save money and your hat
too, by having them cleaned by the
Button Dye Works, west of the depot
on C street.
Sewing Machines Cheap.
* At Shanafelts Book Store for the
next 30 days.
‘Pete Suit, of Lowe township was in
Perrv last Saturday and renewed his
double subscription to the Sentinel.
one of which he sends to his brother
in Ohio. _____
“Honest pride is not vanity
Then, say some, here is none lion-
Try “Perry’s Pride” and be convinced
Base Ball Goods at Shanafelt’s.
J. .1. Grimes, of Dillie, will pay you
the highest market price for butter
and eggs. f>l-4t
SeeJ.T. Perryman, Morrison, O.
T., for Farm Loans, Chattle Loans
The crowd of people from the
country in Perry last Saturday re-
minded us of the 4th of July .celebra-
tion or a democratic rally.
Read what our advertisers have
to say in this week’s issue of the
Take the Choctaw Route when
traveling east. Quickest time, best
of service, new equipment and close
connections at Memphis for all points
J. Grimes has purchased the
store of John W.Cooper of Dillie, and
will continue the business m gener-
A. R. Bass of Morgantown, Inch,
had to get up ten or twelve times in
the night and had severe pains in the
kidneys. Was cured by Foley’s Kid-
ney Cure. It’s guaranteed.—Hutch-
inson Drug Co.
Mayor Shortman has appointed
three special police who will help
protect the peace and dignity of the
public during fair week.
The Junior League will give a mu-
sical conceit at the Frst M. E.church
next Friday evening under the di-
rection of Miss YanCleef. Admis-
sion 10 cents.
Extreme hot weather is a great tax
upon the digestive powers of babies;
when punny and feeble they should
be given a dose of White’s Cream
Vermifuge. Price 25 cents.—E. E.
The Lawn Social given by the
Epworth League at the residence of
H. L. Boyes on North Tth street Tues-
day evening was well attended and a
pleasent time enjoyed.
Arthur Boles is home from El Reno
where he has been working on the
Daily American, and incidentally
tussling with the fever.
For mosquito bites, bites or stings
of insects, animals or reptiles, apply
Ballard's Snow Liniment, ltcounter-
acts tlie poison in the wound, sub-
dues the inflamation, and heals the
flesh. Price 25 and 50 cents.—E. E.
If your clothes need cleaning take
them to the Boston Dye Works, west
of the depot on C street.
LOTS Of BIGGIES
The classes from kindergarten to
High school inclusive will be resumed
on Tuesday, September 3. Music on
piano, violin, mondolin, guitar, etc.
Painting in water colors, oil, etc.
Fancy needle work is amongst the
Plump cheeks, flushed with the
soft glow of health, and a pure com-
plection makes all women beautiful.
Kerbine imparts strength and vital-
ity to the system, and the rosy hue of
health to the cheeks. Price, 50cents.
E. E. Howendobler.
The many admiring lady friends of
Everett Mateer will be glad to learn
that his marriage a few weeks ago
was a false alarm instituted by some
one who had a huge joke in sight.
Everett is not married and may not
lie between now and Christinas, so
there is a chance yet for his lady
First -To give you a chance to
know what Osteopathy will do for
Seeond--To charge you nothing for
our treatment or trouble if you are
not beneiltted thereby.
Third- To prove to you that we
can handle all diseased conditions,
either acute or chronic with results
wore satisfactory than obtained by
any other system of healing known
Fourth To demonstrate the fact
that Osteopathy will cure when all
other remedies have failed.
Ex-Gov. Jphn P. Altgeld, of Illi-
nois, says: “When prescriptions
and drugs were as ineffectual as
empty words, Osteopathy came to the
rescue of myself and Mrs, Altgeld
and did that which other things had
failed to do. Honor to whom honor
Fifth—To convince you that Oste-
opathy as practiced by the graduates
from the A. T. Still school of Oste-
opathy, Kirksville, Mo., will cure any
thing curable by human wisdom or
power without administering one
Traill of poisonous dope.
Among the diseases treated suc-
cessfully are the following:
Heart and Lung Disease, Pneumonia, Hem-
NERVOUS DISEASES, as gener-
al nervous prostration, facial and ag-
itans: headache, sciatica, lumbago,
Tic Douloreaux, St. Vitus dance, lo-
comotor ataxia ana all forms of neu-
GENERAL DISEASES-Loss voice
enlarged tonsils, incipieut consump-
tion, asthma, wry neck, catarrh,
granulated sore eyes, pterygium, ery-
sipelas, scrofula, spinal curvature,
goitre, eczema, rheumatism, eye and
ALL DISLOCATIONS—Hip joint
diseases, milk leg, varicose veins.
LIVER, KIDNEY DISEASES
Three Car Loads Have
Smyser & McCormick Have’Em.
c I c I i And will sell them as cheap
0 c as you can buy elsewhere.
Call and Examine Before You Buy. see lls!
BANNER 3A LVE
the most healing salve in the world.
Following is u list Of letters remaining In
In' poslolllee at Perrj for week ending Aug.
A I well Lt/Z’"
Bryan Dr O 'V
Bane - J •
Bern .1 M
Christo' i 'to
D.ivls M i -
lLtuIts ’l J
Beasley E \
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I lei’.I.ei l ie W 11 le
Doris ,i. Er> MyrtleE'li- J I'
(llolisey A mo
Gotti I M i *
Gun: idg G 1 >
IliiB James II
.lav nes N
Kra/Jt r W illie
On g«» Vngil
t„ieo i din I-
Haul- IB i r1
.!uliii".ii l oi-ii la
Kidd Mi-' Mi inie Kim v.i- r •'<
Mm gin S Vv
Peri 'll \Y 11
Prlmzlau T T
Smith i b">
Walker S S
--- Bright,8 Disease, gall stones, diabetis
Mrs. F. E. Snyder, of Louisville, ALL STOMACH and intestinal af-
Kentucky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. fections, catarrh of the stomach, dys-
V Popular New Library Books.
The following new books have been
lately added to the library located in
Shanafelt’s book store:
The Crisis, by Churchill.
The Puppet Crown.
The Helmit of Navarre.
The membership for one year is
only one dollar.
Hammocks and croquet sets
L. Strieker, and Miss Anna Gottwal
les, of Bowling Green. Ky., neice of
Mr. and Mrs. Strieker, arrived ic
Perry. Thursday, for an extended
Low Kate to Chicago.
For students attending the Sum-
mer Sessions Educational Institute,
Chicago. 111., the Choctaw route will
sell round trip tickets to Chicago at
one fare plus $2. Tickets on sale
June 12 to 15 inclusive and limited to
return until September 15, 1901.
For further particulars call on any
agent or address C. B. Hart, Gen.
Western Agent. Oklahoma City, or
John V. Tedford, Trav, Pass. Agt..
or Geo. H. Lee, Gen. Pass' Agt., Lit-
tle Rock, Ark.__
See J. T. Perryman, Morrison, O
T., for Farm Loans, Chattle Loans
pepsia. constipation, piles, flux dys-
FEMALE DISEASES—A specialty
Irregular and painful menstruations,'
prolapsus, leueorrhea, barrenness.
We benefit at least 90 per cent of
all chronic affections abandoned as
incurable by other systems of treat-
ment. While a large percent of them
we absolutely cure.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMI-
VI i! er Hr lie
l*.ii i i-i'M VV T
Pl'iri-ini ff A J
'I hnmp-"ii J S
WaiMin Ida Mrs
Spalding’s line Base Ball
goods at Shanafelt’s.
Foley’s Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right.
Ik |t)Oi ,i
Aug. 27 to 30, 1901.
Tickets will be Sold
August 24 to 28 Inclusive. Good re-
turning to September 2, 1901, with
privilege of extension to September
c. CHAwrauv. Postmaster.
E. I). Niius, of Rolf, I- T.. was in j ,(i’ 1901 _
Perry the hunt end of this week. j The B. & O. S-W. is the Best
(Mvri.. 7 "curlee and family returned Line from the East and West
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r VV SERVICE
I’LIT and KyTIPMENT
Depot located in heart of the
city. Special storage tracks for
private cars. Consult our agents
before purchasing tickets else-
Hammocks and cT^et sets at at cost at Shanafelts Book Store
If you want an up-to-date buggy,
see Smyser & McCormick and get the
Three car loads of new buggies just
arrived at Smyser & McCormick's.
this week from an overland trip to
the new country. Tney report a very
enjoyable time and much improve-
ment in health._
B. J. Woodruff and wife returned
from their eastern trip a fewdays ago
and report having a pleasant time.
They visited the Buffalo Pan-Ameri-
can and other places, and combined
business with pleasure as Mr. Wood-
ruff bought a large stock of fall and
winter goods of the latest patterns.
Ed. Bockemuehl, the expert bar-
tender at the Turf Exchange is lie-
coming noted with his famous Sham-
rock cocktail. A large tiumbtr °M p. D. Gildersl.ef.vk,
Peiry citizens who are authority on Dlst Agt.,
mixed drinks pronounce this new • Louis, Mo.
beverage the “hot stuff of the 20th-----—
century, and are offering a bonus for pfitgir1 c HonCV and T&T
the recipe, but Ed insists on keeping ^/(fe prevea&pneumonia.
the secret hidden in his own mind. __•__
Fnrmers Institute. A wonderful summer tonic—"Pride
There will be a Noble County Lf perry n
Farmers Institute formed in the -
Illustrated Guide to Louisville
mid Map of the City will be furn-
ished on application to any rep-
resentative of the Company, or
O. P. McCARTY,
General Passenger Agent.
cost at Shanafelts Book Store.
Charley Tobin and J. H. Smith
have purchased the stock of J. C.
Teague and are prepared to do all
kinds of repairing in guns, bycicles
and sewingmachines. Their place of
business is first floor north of the
Sewing machines at a bargain at
Shanafelts Book Store.
Tobin & Smith can repair your sew-
ing machine or gun on short notice.
Their place is first door north of the
Cbas. Overton, who was a member
of the Perry-Still water company in
the Spanish-Atuerican war has been
granted a pension of 98 per month.
He was wounded in the shoulder
while doing duty in the Phillipine.
Daily Excursions Via N ickel Plate
Prize Eating Contest.
“They had an eating contest the
other night at Pin Hook school-
“Ben Splutters—he ate nine head
‘ Didn’t it make him sick?”
“No he just took a spoonful of Dr.
Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin. That pre-
vents stomach trouble of any kind,
they say.”—E. E. Howendobler.
Going to Buffalo and New Y'ork.
Special low rates and favorable lim-
its on all points east. Call on or ad-
dress John Y. Calahan. General
Agent, 111 Adams street, Chicago.
Low Rates to Buffalo Paii-.Vnier-
The Nickel Plate Road are selling
tickets at exceptionally low rates to
Buffalo and return, good for ten, fif-
teen and thirty days. For particu-
lars and Pan-American folder of
buildings and grounds, write John T .
Calahan, General Agent, 111 Adams
street, Chicago. City ticket office 111
ivila.g-azii5.es at STaaxxafelt s
Are You Going
To the G. A. R. Encampment at
Cleveland. Ohio? Of course. Rates
lower than ever before. The Frisco
system will take you there with only
one change of cars, making direct
connection at St, Louis with all
Cleveland lines. Call on nearest
representative, or address either of
the undersigned for full information.
A Hilch. G. P. A., St. Louis. Mo.
B. F. Dunn, D. P. A., Wichita,
Mr Daniel Bantz, Ottervilie,
says: “Have had asthma and a very
bad cough for years, but could get no
relief from the doctors and medicines
I tried, until I took Foley’s Honey
and Tar. It gave immediate relief,
and did me more good than all the
other remedies combined.”—Hutchin-
son Drug Co.
Constipation impairs digestion and
a torpid liver, are the most common
ailments that are responsible for that
tired, listless, fagged-out feeling that
makes the summer a dreaded period
to so many people. Herbinc will cure
eonstipation.it improves the dsges-
tion awl arouses the liver to normal
activity. Priw 50 cents —E. E. How-
Great Bargains in Cheap Rates.
Santa Fe Route. Tickets on sale
daily at the Santa Fe depot, to Grand
Canyon of Arizona aud Phcenix or
Prescott, Ariz., at 960.00 and 805.00
for the round trip respectively. Stop
overs each way.
J. A. Courtney. Agent.
For digestive weakness, nervous-
ness, pains in the side, flatulence, diz-
ziness, wakefulness, headache and
other annoying accompaniments, of
costiveness. Herbine is a prompt
and uneqaalled remedy. Price 50
cents.—E. E. Howendobler.
Have them cleaned. What? Why
your clothes, at the Boston Dye
Works, west of the depot on C street.
A. O. Blanchard, West Bangor, N.
Y., says: “I have been troubled with
kidney disease for the last five years.
Have doctored with several doctors
and I got no relief until I used two
bottles of Foley’s Kidney Cure.”
Last week we sent out a number of
statements to those who owe us on
subscription. This was done because
we need the money due us. 1 hose
who have been taking the Sentinel
for three aud live years must pay or
show cause. A subscriber must not
think that he cau read the sentinel
for years without paying a cent. It
costs $1.00 per year.
Wru. Finn of Lima, O., obtained ex-
cellent results from the use of Foley’s
Kidney Cure. It relieved my bach-
ache and severe pain over the hips. It
toned my system and Vaye me new
vim and energy. It is an honest and
reliable remedy, and a sure .cure for
all kidney diseases.”
Hammocks and croqust sets at
cost at Shanafelts Book Store.
Old clothes and hats made new at
the Boston Dye Works at reasonable
prices. 518 C street. 18-tf
next week or so, and all practical and
uptodate farmers should join. The
petition is at the Book Store of J. E.
Shanafelt, For your signature see
Mr. Shanafelt and he will explain the
object of the organization. It will be
very valuable to all farmers. Get
your friends to come in to the organ- j
For Whooping Cough.
“Both my children were taken with
To the Pacific Coast ami Return
General convention of the Episco-
$13 to Buffalo Pan-American
and Return. $13.
Tickets on sale daily via the Nickel
Plate Road, good returning ten days
from date of sale. Especially low
rates for 15 and 30day limit Chicago
to Buffalo and return. Tickets at
lowest rates to all points east.
John Y. Calahan, General Agent.
Ill Adams street, Chicago. Chicago
ticket office 111 Adams street.
How is The Ticket.
Does it suit you? Well, we are not
all alike, you know, in this world, and
it is hard to please everyone, but the
favor is unanimously in favor of Dr.
Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin as it is guar-
anteed to cure constipation, indiges-
tion. sick headache and stomach
trouble.—E. E. Howendobler.
Harry Sloan, formerly of this office
but now of Sherman, Texas, engaged
in the publication of the “Lone Star”
is in Perry to-day shaking hands with
his many warm friends. The Sen-
tinel is pleased to note his success in
his new field. He is a model young
man and a splendid artist in the print-
ing business and we note with pleasure
his success in his new home. Sher-
man citizens will do well to gaze on
the Lone Stair and watch its move-
Take your hat or clothes to the
Boston Dye Works on C street near
the depot and have them made like
. „ . n it i General convenuou ui iuc
SSTtoStil" 1LI “A ».fi pal Church convene. In San Francisco
bottle of Foley’s Honey and Tar October 2. For this occasion tickets
cured the cough and saved me a doc- v(a Santa Fe for $45 the round trip.
tor’s bill.”—Hutchinson Drug Co. stopover allowed on going trip at
Antrim Items. I first Colorado point and west.
Peter Suit, of Lowe township, ar- Cleveland, Ohio, and return for
rived home from the Kiowa country $28.30. Tickets on sale September
last week where his son received a 7 antl 8: tlnal return limit, Sept. 15.
fine claim, near Lawton. “Some peo- v0 stopover allowed,
pie,” says Mr. Suit, say that this is Cincinnati, Ohic, and return for
windy country." His neighbor $04.55, On sale Sept. 9 and 10. Lim-
Mr. Jerome has invented a wind jt Sept 23. Continuous passage both
pump that promises to eclipse any- directsons.
thing in this “windy country” for a LRIENNIAl CONCLAVE,
hundred years to come. The invent‘ Ej}jQUTS TEMPLAR,
or had fifty acres of corn which he Louj9viUe Ky>i AugUSt 27 to 31.
claims his famous wind pump has Tickets on saie August 24 ana 25 at
blown clean out of the country. j ^ f(jr the roun(j trip.
The plowing is about all done in
this township, and wheat sowing is
next in order.
Stops the Cough and Works Off the
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
Pay. Price 25 cents.
The doctor told me my cough was
incurable, One Miuute Cough Cure
___________ . made me a well man ” Norris Silver,
Mr Weid was out to gather his North Stratford, N.H.—Because you
Mr. weia was oui iu have not found relief from a stubborn
grapes a few days ago. He first be* L0U(jh don’t dispuir. One Minute
lieved the crop would make live cough Cure has cured thousands, and
barrels of wine to the row, but will lt will cure you. .Safe and sure.
realize only about two barrels. -—— —7
The Eli .church will hold a camp There's a nice little Bill 1- OtUho-
meeting at Blackwell’s prove. A hid “* make the beet of doer
time is anticipated. i - -
Mr. James Whitmore turned up
missing from this neighborhood last
week. He left his horse and buggy
at Orlando and left for parts un-
known. Suspicion is ripe as to his
motive. He leaves a wife and six
children and 160 acres of land.
For all the people miles around.
Where they grind the best of
Any the miller is always merry,
For he knows ’tis pure and sweet—
When making “Pride of Perry."
Foley’s Honey and T&r
for children,safe,sure. No opiates.
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Whorton, Lon. Noble County Sentinel. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 29, 1901, newspaper, August 29, 1901; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1078523/m1/5/: accessed March 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.