The Perkins Journal. (Perkins, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, June 14, 1907 Page: 1 of 4
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THE PERKINS JOURNAL.
PERKINS. PAYNE COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY.
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llorfmsn fop senator.
The |nu(uc crop of hHUvat
omto county is •jtifuited
Ir.di ati Ri i ore that l)«l«citc
McGuire will be elected to cong-
ress by an old time majority.
very light vote taint
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m> g*40ii§ of f, ||< Stachton* Uulkfts Monday
lint ttifysis is liniiai’Wafv Mu>» K«u*l^ I, Man Ai-.
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.an U*t «nk Wo are t THoronghman**
fMbsrt wot) again
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Plaaaes. It J Hmiih aad W.
(ifwiiMh. J. A. Hert.
f fof the *-lh am| |y e* i|,j|
of the IVfhtn*
Merle Sigaldiac raw# *r^f*d#U*«!<£** Hsltil*1***!^ M‘*# ^ Au «f jftu%
from Su.iwaier Ttmhy .uy. |w»««r was i. I Tor*. Ur eve-
•he has born working at M
I Uenotal ammgementa. W. E*
id [stay at homo tin* summer. i?— nnm mwwaior w> tachool Mnwtewl l*nsl Haasar, Ahgt
Earl Galbraith la working ^ thsChap^rnf thj B«H rn Jems. J W. Ileyer aad C. W.
Iaji m Stockton. Have jwi iren Jura* Mft Atar entirtam »l at i‘.nr guest. Ks: worthy.
_ , * „ . . * leather slipper*? 0.10 par pair Lf honor. TusoJay see. I Oa Sp—ksr*. C. A. 8tHddaii
. ^ <*ftd *“71 ,/>r*n at The Model aing. Him Darn Ikymilds wh« W. A. knlpe aad J. I*. Hickaak
. -■• . .. ■ ■ . iTJl^ C. A. Slnrkl.mi .ml A. II. j '•« r»l»mol frw» M.-mpb* | 'l«»hO of .hr d.r. C. K. IV*.
“?u ~i .V. »t Sttllwitcr I hr Th..« .U.o Jo iuI W tt _
c c.r for Ih. crowJ of morr, JO- 1 flnit of th. wr»h. I„„nmrr-;|uOI.L.ho™.e.trJaoc! T^’«*rrr. John W*~r.
plrmem who fouiol (h«Ir wty | J.m„ Clark c^no l...nr fron j -------- ____I it «... |„ , 1. Furrow of Th»«*»to«na of Porklno *f
*° ****** of *"1 oori loi 1 WUIM,.|1 Friday whore ho haa v'Wll ng whnl»oo la Hr- ttiy » honored with • pheo »jO«Hy will <*>* nOO
apen.lth. day in coau,o.pUu«e; boon wurkiny in . drug atoro. IjiSTaJ f*t OUw W*T Ion ih. proyronr. HU .u'.j^tlZ |Dm on a (rmndar acalo than-
Mr. ar.d Mm. J. S. Jones from 1
Ihr h«m,Ua "i nature. r.-.tin»| " # froml""’ I.,CMU^lkhlM" ,hl*r-r. I'r^ram nort week,
from domestic and busimg* esres , nr f'. ” ” ^ Have you seen our complete _
Political advertisement" is a land worries, and incidentally to,(visitingat vt. 8. Clarks. L.^ ^ children.* solid leather' ^rbiu-* D* Amalie club
taw expression in the newspap. replenish their Urdera with a F. W. (Jaibnnth spent scvorsl‘slipj^m at The Model? was in Airrs Tue^lay night
rr world. Il ha. no, com. to|.,or. of frch fiah. j day.IM wrok witb hi. rou.inl MIum D(IU nml Jotic W|ro Thoi.^k htaW^ th.t!S
were visiting friends in Still-
The younger members of the J. Neaves, of Tryon.
■m^..SWXSiSrsS: - —« H— “-*»•
They sjieak highly of
treatment aw'arlcd them by the
the construction of a new politics! niing to the great annoyance of i v‘° k al borne. . Can you beat it? Old ladiiw- The social givtn by the Bp-
band wagon and assigns as the J those wbo preferred fishing. J K<1 L je is on the sick list this j comfort shoes, ?1 |H.*r pair at worth I.eayiie onthe lawn of Mr.
reason that the old one is a little I The young ladies found soma!Woek. I The Model. and Mrs. !.. C. Slum non, last
WObWy- L"" anyleworm.butthafter! , W*"»« “ ' J: A' H5* ^ *^r ^ aU°n'led
spent Sunday with home folks, tus. went to Sapuipa Wednes
Most great nations have an in-1 Setting their teeth with the de-
come and an inheritance tax. inFe^m,nat,on to or ("e
my judgement both should i,e hnnginK their nervs to the high i Lost Creek
part of our system of federal c,‘.tens,°^ thcy ^cceeded in
n ., . n , I baitinor their hooks It also re-' Joh’i Sharps little girl is re* Tuesday,
taxation.-President Roosevelt °««ng wieir nooKs. u umo re . .. * .
___ quired not a little ingenuity to poited (puto ill this week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mowers
arrived from St Joe. Missouri.
proenre suitable fishing rods in
Republicans are jubilant over their natural state,and for this
t;»e li^ht vote cast at the demo- ^ey deserve especial credit,
cratic primary Saturday.it means These things had scarcely been
a republican majority at the done when all were called to din
state election. ner.( which was served promptly
at twelve and consisted of the
The paper which grafts ita “>»»' numberless "good things
party candidates and puts up toeat-
games to fleece them out of their lu the afternoon fishing wa3
money, may prosper for a while begun in earnest and npon the
but it can not long hold the con- arf*Y*^ ^r' *v0 Kenworthy, ^ _ __________
fidence of the public.— Oklaho- Willie Hubbard and Fred Lynr, afternoon at the home of James
An ice-cream social was given
at the home of Deb Vanderpool
Walter Brixey spent Thnrsday
night with Will Smith and family
Herb Johnson and family and
Walter Brixey and family and
John Bowyer spent Sunday at
the Dunlap home.
L. B. Tompson, wife and little
daughter Lela spent Sunday
ma City Times Journal.
late in the afternoon a series of
(ajigling feats wa3 bogan that
has never been surpassed in the
A number of friends neighbors
Brixey Friday evening to bid
them farewell before tney left
for Oregon where they will make
their future home. Refreshments
were served. The ladies present-
In the long run honesty is the annals of history. Space canno“t gather ed^aUhe home of Walter
best policy. A blackmailing graft- L foun(j jn these columns to
ing newspaper may for a *imo give a full account of these ex-
reem to prosper but in the end pj0jts s0 no attempt will be made
confidence is lost and no business L exi)ancj on what has already
can long survive the loss of pub- been gai(J
lie confidence -Oklahoma City L presence in the party of that cd.t0 Mf3; Brix^ ?„ve7 nicf
Times Journal. long acknowledged ruler, “A Ba “nd ^fnI.p5esfce”t retuI"ed
by,” necessated a comparatively hom,e late hour b.d.ng them
An Indiana editor printed the early departure for town, but | . their new home
following: “The fellow who is those who were participants m
courting a certain married lady this notable event will long re-
had better leave town as the hus- member it.
band is on to him." The paper Themembersof the party were;
had not been out very long be-1 Mesdames- J. P. Hickam and M.
fore every man had left except jJ. Applebee, Misses-Martha mans
three old cripples and a man who Duck, Ruth Combs, Mary Atkin-
had not read the paper. son, Wanda and May Bennet,
. Eloise and Nina Thomas
Messrs.- Buster Applebee,Hor-
Addilion To Drug1 Store ace Hickam,Elmar Hickam, Doy
Your judgement is all right,
we know that, try “Pride of Per-
ry" flour nnd give us your verd-! ' "**
and those ptesent report a very
Prof, and Mrs. J. I). Barney
were over from Ripley Tuesday
to sign up a final contract with
the city school board. They will
move to Perkins in the near
Long- Silk Gloves-Black or
White-at Wilson & Thorou^h-
The July Smart Set.
Brian Hooker, a young writer
Dr. R. W. Holbrook has be-
pun an addition to his Central
Drug store which has been made
necessary by his great increase
At the Democratic primaries
Saturday Clarence Davis of Creek
Bennett, Betie Moreland,Ivo Ken j whose work has already begun
worthy, Willie Hubbard,and Fred to attract some attention, is the
About the Size of it.
Little Willie—Say, pa, what is a
Pa—A fisherman, my son. is a
j author of the novelette which
opens the July Smart Set. His
story is entitled “Steel" and
deals in a quite an original way
with a love affair on ship-board,
A situation of great power is re-
vealed at the outset, and the un-
usual method with which the
county~™ nominated for stateand sib allTdar'- author carries his story along
senator. He will be easily beat- then he Has. keJps the reader “ unflaZS'nS.
O l I
In addition to this novelette; I. T. and nephew of Mrs. J. A.
Tom Carney and family left
Wednesday for their home in
Intelligent comparison turns
the tide of trade to our counters,
the savings into your pur3e. —
Editor Van Pelt of th9 Ripley
times was a pleasant caller at
this office Wednesday.
Geo. E. Wright will lecture at
the M. E. church Tuesday night
June 18, on “Purity".
If you want LONG SILK
GLOVES buy them NOW-Wilson
William C. Brady has a reissue
of pension of $12 per month.
James Rentfro is to get $17 per
Its a great satisfaction to buy
where one has only the gratifi-
cation of his taste to think of,
knowing that quality and price
will be right. Dyer.
Mrs. Loa Hunt Felton of New-
kirk is here this week visiting
her aunts Mrs. Hillerman and
B. E. Willman of the firm of
Ratliff and Wildman returned
this week from Jewell
county, Kansas, where he has
been visiting relatives.
Delbert Whitten of Montana
and Miss Alice Whitten of Miss-
ouri left yesterday for home.
They have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Cooper.
Hurrel Rcntfrow, aged 2 years
10 months aud 17 days, little
son of JohnRentfrow of Supulpa
ident of the Purity farm Asso-
ciation of Guthrie will lecture in
this city Saturday, June 16 on
the street. Sunday the I(3th he
will speak in tlieChristian chu rch.
Miss Margueritte French has
been in Blackwell this week to
attend the marriage of her friend
Miss Myrtle Edvvard.i to a son of
Hon. J. Y. Callahan.
Married, last Saturday, Miss
Alta Ridings and Marion Dean,
both of Lincoln county. The
couple have taken up a residence
in Cushing. Their many friends
congratulations and well wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hill
writes friends of their safe ar-
rival in Clarion, Iowa, their fut-
ure home. They were given a
most hearty reception by friends
and received many beautiful
Hon. Cnas. Drake and wife
were in from their farm near
Goodnight yesterday. Mr. Drake
told of the election days before
the war, which make the modern
elections look somewhat tame.
He helped hold an election when
they used pens made from wood.
He expressed himself as being
glad to see the bitterness of old
time politics a thing of the past.
The Democratic stats primariss
Saturday (tolled a very small vote
and indicates that republieHl
victory in the new stats is «
taintv. Indications point to ftlw
nomination of tho following.
Governor C. N. HaskslL
Treasurer Robt. Dunlop.
Senator from I. T. Robt Owon.
Senator from Oklahoma, tbo
vote in very close but indications
points to the nomination of T.
Lieutenant Governor, Georgo
Secretary of State Bill Gras
State Auditor M. EL Trapp
Attorney General Charles Wsst
Superintendent E. D. Camer-
Two checks, one for $50 tho
other for $75 were forged this
week. The name of Wilson &
Thoroughman was signed to
them. One was cashed at Ok*
lahomaCity the other at ElReno.
Wilson & Throughoman will not
loose the amount. It is very like-
ly that the forger will be appre-
hended and punished.
Mrs. Marshall is quite ill.
The joint school district be-
tween Payne and Logan counties
held their first meeting on
Thursday June 6th, and elected
J. Crystal director,J. M. Graves
Treasurer and A. P. Grffith clerk.
Rev. R. H. Williams will preach
at the Goodnight School house
the coming year.
Four Cans sweet corn—25c there was one of equal length 1 Hert of Perkins, was drowned
-Wilson & Thoroughman by the young western writer, at Supulpa last week by falling
Dead Letter List.
Following is a list of letters re-
maining uncalled for in this office • Crhni*rch-i» Fnr HP! HBBB
_ Scholar.n.p rorsai-. refreshingand wholesoma that here and interred in the Eden
W. M. Oliver. ' The Journal has for sale a schol- it will afford everyone infinite • Chapel cemetery Sunday. The
When calling for the above ar8hjp jn thcCapital City Bus:- pleasure. Few of the young writ- relatives and frienli have the
please say advertised. nes* College. We can save you er3 have made such a remarkable sympathy of all in their h>urof
F S. Ingal?BE, P. M- (money. ’ J impression as Mr. N?ihardt. j bereavement,
Frank Rush, of Blackburn,
was in town Monday, on his way
to Bartlesville, where he had
been called by tha engineers en-
gaged in making the preliminary
survey for the proposed road, to
pilot them through the country,
Mr. Rush says the work of sur-
veying will start this week and
the route established from Bart-
lesville here and that the road
John G. Neihardt, entitled “The in a creek while playing oa its W^1 li*en build on *o i on l Creek
Discarded Fetich"—a story’ so banks. The remains were bought and later form a junction here
for Stiliwater. The contract for
grading, Mr. Rush says, will be
let some time in July, and the
work of grading will commence
soon thereafter.—Osage J ouraal.
Yes. 100,000 times each day.
Does it send out good blood I
or bad blood? You know, for
good blood is good health;
bad blood, bad health. Aad
you know precisely what to
take for bad blood — Ayer’s
Sarsaparilla. Doctors havs|
endorsed it for 60 years.
On« frr^nent mult of bail blood !• t llmhk I
H.cr. Tin. ,mlum rnM.tlp.tioo. Mr—1
tul-otanre. ur t*-.» s’worb^l into ti*o
Keep the ifc.i!» ,.pen 1 ub Ajm’i ITU.
We fc.ee m eeerete I We |
tfc> faraalti ef ell ei
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