The Perkins Journal. (Perkins, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, August 29, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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THE PERKINS JOURNAL.
PERKINS. PAYNE COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY. AUOUKT80 100S
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Hardware Store Robbed.
Friday night. wune time after
mi‘Iiitiflit. thieve*broke Into the hard-
ware at ore of Charles (lager and lint
away with gun*. Jewelry and other
article* to the extent of $123. The
screen waa torn off n window In tho
little aide alley, through which the
thieves entered. The work wan very
en«n*e, allowing thut the rubbers wen?
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t«!t at th* imab Hm> I Alt aw4 |
taw a WfciU (rail t ittiiwi Asst 11»<
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Ttm draft hunm am greet faty Irita*
worth f ten a •(**>» ami emit* vlllny at
•l**> apmea Tt»« ivnan am a* 4 «*l
aa at lit* ordinary e>«enl f tairt In*
* racing. *pirt»*|-*1 riding nl tAhtlrw amt
Indiana; m» trp n I hatnT m*ii ho*;
■•or Mura I rjinc Item and that a a* at
Had Imrf. Tt>r rattle r%hib|| « *• l*f
anything t e«er u» in mlI*'
leatia. I *aw the hr*t boll I eter saw
I will trnd rmi bu photograph a* #**r> ‘
i* tlte fellow g«-i* I Item nut. Ttw
ealth* Weir Hereford*. It'ark F-Ie* '
Hot ha to* amt shot thorn* TW tew*
were Yorkshires. Ilurk* and (elands
The stock sltuw ran‘t tw brat in tl»»
j l\ K. I don’t think It wasttieilrst
fair i ever attrnded without seeing
v»nie drunken#**. AII w a* M,h«r. The
;inui*#n»ent* were danrinif, swinging,
and laue hall playing. with the racing;
with fairly g>**d iiremionu to all.
The people are wila-r and oolite with
a d Up* *1 linn to want yttii to settle
i rhaie to them. The law Is rlgorntuly | ||,r f
enforced by mounted police. The
rules in school are well enforeed by
skilled teachers who are well paid Its
mining here now and Is nice and cool
The water In thlseonntry Is as co!d
as Ice water and Is the beat I ever saw
In nnv country. The milk and butter
are always good the year round and
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W lit H,4r ” had III#
' in tun# a in# net Use ••llnri
Mr. t*t4w|#f »*■.'! famPf
iMIlhfil |V4p illtf' II
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ohm) lean# with him
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' surprise w
I luukin n|i
C '"i- ratio.
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^ tfhro |u Mfi 4<nl Mt&s
ii their rrturn l*>w« from
About 7jot the MetlHsIlst
t*o| Si*ti*>'ars and froclieis,
slU'll 4 e*"l time as i
tliey did ti4ve 'Mn *f >*l Udirs served
refreshments of s<>me very tine ra
and lemonade. Tin* people showed
Mr. and Mil
Lankin's home routine by alvlnj this
surprise whlcii all enjoyed very much,
and especially Mr. and Mrs. lLinklu.
have u cow thut I paid $.'A) for and she
if.: .f i In-professional variety, or cist* j will nlve enough milk for any fanillv.
The (tram Is very Hue and can't Ik*
beat, in the world I don’t think.
Will write again next week.
J. S. Fottkk, M. I>.
they would have taken .some valuable
watches that lay beside a broken one
which they took. It Is thought the
thieves do not live more than a thous*
and miles from Ripley and they will
v»»u be In the clutches .if the law.
A party was given in honor of Miss
Jennie I'ugli Saturday evening at the
1: line of T. .1. Willett. A pleasant
^ time was enloyerl by all. Those pres-
to t were:
Misses Jennie Denney, Anna Vin-
son. Della Wire. Ida Vinson, Jennie
I’ugli. Elcie Habcock and lletta Vln-
.‘on. Messrs Jolin Hrown, Hen \Vire,
irdcl Jlosolton, Dick Dupee, Ross Car-
s in. Daniel Otey, Herbert Rabeock,
Flowers, Walter Lodwick. Ralph
Kratka, Charley Ryle, Gilbert Markee,
Warren Pugh and Charley Denney.
Mrs. Pugh and daughter, Jennie,
ret urned to their home in Stillwater
Monday after several days visiting
with her sister, Mrs. T. .J. AVillett.
Ice Cream Supper
There w ill be an ice cream supper
at the 1 X L school house four miles
west of Perkins. Wednesday night,
September;!. Everybody is invited.
The republicans of Perkins town-
ship are hereby called to meet in
primary enrnvntinn a? sclioolhouse in
Perkins August at 2 o'clock p. m.
to elect ]•'. delegates to attend the
Republican county convention which
will be held in Stillwater on Sept. 2,
1C02. to nominate a republican county
J. V. Ricketts,
Osteopathy Is tlte name of a science
relating to the cause of disease and
deformity and their cure b.v manipu-
lation without the use of knife or
medicine. The oiteopath treats the
bn man system as a machine and when
in health Is correct in all its parts.
Disease is the cause of disarrange-
ment of any or all parts of the machine*
such as bones, muscles, tendons, or
some of tlte other tissues of the body,
which would Interfere with the nerve
force or free circulation of blood and
other fluids of the body.
I have been located In Guthrie for
over two years and can furnish the
best of references,
I will be in Perkins Tuesday and
Friday of each week at Commercial
hotel commencing Tuesday, August
2(5. Would be glad to meet all inter-
ested. especially if medicine has failed
t'o reach your case.
Dr. I. F. Maitakkay.
Lincoln County Republican Ticket.
T. B. Btewjirt
The fab term of the A. &■ M. college
will begin Wednesday, September 10.
“ I have used Ayer’s Hair Vigor
for over thirty years. It has kept
my scalp free from dandruff and
has prevented my hair from turn-
ing gray.” — Mrs. F. A. Soule,
There is this peculiar
thing about Ayer’s Hair
Vigor—it is a hair food,
not a dye. T our hair does
not ruddenly turn black,
look dead and lifeless.
But gradually the old color
comes back,—all the rich,
dark color it used to have.
The hair stops falling, too.
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The Rank of Ripley vatne nearly be-
ing lnwr last sututdar. The
bank received a draft fiotti u I tenter
bank drawing*7.io and signed Albert
Ken wort by who has liecn in the north-
west. John Coen's suspicion* were
aroused and he at once made compari-
sons with Mr. Konworthy's-ild checks,
at the same time liellcvlng that lie
would not aend for as large amount
without sonic explanation. The draft
was a forgery, hut well executed. Mr.
Coen thought the safe side was not t*»
send the money, and told Mis. Ken-
worthy who in writing to her husband
told Iiitn of the circumstances. He
telegraphed to the batik to pay no
drafts. It was a fortunate matter for
the bank, and John's carefulness Is to
be commended. Ripley Times.
1 have pasture at my farm three
miles south and one mile west of Per-
kins for ten or twelve head of horses
or mules. Call on or address.
Waff It##*! of !
frirltda tn lt|l«
Mr ami Mt* T A Ilaa-r to»* d*n-
ti«r willt <*. I- t t*U«ttt and fatuity won*
A young married ittait radhig tiitif
*rlf «—■ m« out friitti ivrgiu*
Imi Kumlif night taking otic of Kitcn
Cltapcl’* yiamg ladle# out riding lie
’ J had lirltcr make ltiit»M*|f mwuul
ltd* way a* fcnilirt* arc plcuty and
ilwrc may l»e a little tar around Mune*
Grandpa Sit w U not very well at
Mr*. C L. Oab'irn la suffering from
a billion* attack. Hue I* a little lad*
ter at present.
F. McFarland and far..II.v and Mr
and Mr*. Mhc* and *«in. Jim, have
g< ne to Colorado on a pleasure trip
Mr. Otto Mver* of Kansas I# visiting
bis sister Mrs. M * ry Eden.
Boys, get your bells ready for we
can here the Dnkling, tinkling of the
wedding lielN In tho near future in
Nettle Ingalsbe has been up to the
i f j,r f.,L• «-
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j tfiBMff*m n.
1 * tear Cf rk
1 Kl*n Gfot#
an* ij |*at i
1 w III meet at 11
ir|r arternl ■
trwrli at I
land It, ll
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4 • lo K»l*
dt *h# will
■ a t o*t tlte |t)Ck la*
I*. S A IV and lit#
a J II llu Tin# and
, v ,1 Mr Neil
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llirle arr suiting their
and i l.aflt* llulUtt#
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nc muni y
at of August. I*t»2. at
ltd dec* tile Ituttlhrr
arc rut it led to,
C. F. Nkkuwan,
mill teenian for pat lie
September 7 will be rally and de-
cision day at Olivet Congregational
S. S. at which time a program will be
rendered. We extend an Invitation
to all to attend these services.
meeting will c in-
Call lor Representative Conven
tJUItc a nttm'irr ol the young |«co|d#
met ui the hotuci'f Mr. and Mr*. Hu#
Mltrhcil san rdav roght. Mu*ic was
the chief aim. They ii-|airt attic#
The Eirst Load of cotton.
W. S. Stockton, of Forrest Valley,
, hnmgbt In llie lirst loud of cotton
Monday lie recilved u g»*»l price
j and Hi# bueiitcs* men of the town
pt!d him u premium of sixteen dollar*.
The re nu l>l leans of the ith rep re- 1 The territorial central committee
-•olathc district, comprising t*nvne lias secured half fare rates tn the
county, will meet In delegate conven
School Land Lessees Attention.
F. A. Ashton
W. G. Pardne
L. f\ Elliott
John H. Carter
J W. Caldwell
Dr. John II. Baugn
1st District W. S. Robertson
2nd District Jacob Amberg
3rd District S. D. Dennis
A meeting of the school land lessees
Emery Foster I (,f Perkins township is hereby called
to meet in Pi-rkins on August 30 at
2 o'clock p m. for the purpose of ef-
fecting a township organization.
L. K. Milleh.
tinue this week.
Bro. Will Coats preached at Lincoln
Park Sunday morning and evening;
also at Spring hill In the afternoon.
Quite a number of visitors were
present at Spring IIlll Sunday,
Elder J. W. Garner and wife were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
They began moving the Teter &
McCready buildings this week.
Lafe Speer, the candidate for regis-
ter of deeus. was in the neighborhood
One of Mr. Badgly's boys
sick with malarial fever.
Miss Flynn In Washing-toi.
The Globe Democrat savs: Last
wweg at a crowded musicale at the
Raleigh a tall girl anneared with
swansdown boa and muff and a white
bat of lace. She wore a white cloth
gown and looked so stunning that all
eves turned toward her. A fluffv tulle
how gave the most telling cloudy ef-
fect. Her stylish afternoon costume
was completed by a hnirh bunch of vi-
olets. Strangers enquiring we*’ t Jd
that this was Miss Dorothv Flvnr.. j
the most dashing girl who has recent-
ly come out from the west. Miss Flynn
has l»een such a belle tbit before Lent
give her relief she had tired of da aces
an l men who dance.
From Cushing on last Wednesday
night. August 13. a buckskin mare,
weight about 000. branded on fore
shoulder “D A.” Finder please noti-
fy E. L. Yates, Perkins, Okia.
Rye For Sale.
I have at my farm two miles south-
west of Perkins ive for sale. The n e
will make excellent seed.
W. L. Scott.
tlon In the city of Stillwater, for the
purpose of placing In nomination a
candidate for representative to repre-
sent the Uli representative district tn
the seven tit legislative assembly, on
the 11 tli day of September, at 2 o'clock
To basis of representation will Ik*
one delegate for each 4‘> votes or ma-
jor fraction thereof cast for the lion.
D. T. Flynn at the last, election, an I
will be a- follows:
■opening of the campaign at Oklahoma
City on August The tickets will
be good for three days August 2»,
.to and 31 sold on the 21Uh and good
including August 31.
2 Mound 1
1 Perkins 3
3 Pawnee 2
2 Paradise 2
1 Rock 2
1 Rose 2
1 Btill water 2
2 Stillwater city n. 4
2 Stillwater city s. 2
2 Colon 3
2 Walnut 3
It is recommended that the dele-
gates to this convention be selected
in the various voting precincts oil
August 30th, at 3 o'clock p. m.
0. F. Nee ii man,
Territorial Committeeman, Payne
County. , 1
White is King.
For sale the building on Main St.
owned by Mrs. Rvel for particulars
enquire of Mrs. Ida Ryel.
The fold rig have (aid us on sub-
*eript:on since our lost pn hi lest ion:
W »’. Freeman, IS rWlos. O. T.
A I >rak-. •• •*
F frf Geike l • “
C M O.'rfsmit!
Y. II. Albright,
!». F. Teter.
k NEW FAST TRAIN
Between St. Lonis end Kansas City and
f ORT WORTH
And principal points in Texas and the South-
west. This train is new throughout and is
made up of the finest equipment, provided
with electric lights and all other modern
traveling conveniences. It runs via our now
Red River Division.
Every appliance known to modern car
building and railroading has been employed
Call for Republican County Con-
In pursuance of the action taken by
f be Payne county republican commit-
tee, on July 1!), 19('2, a republican
county convention is hereby called to
meet at the opera house, in the city
of Stillwater, on September 2, 1902. at
10:30a. m . for tlie purpose of nomi-
nating candidates for county officers.
The officers to be nominated areas
County clerk, county surveyor, reg-
ister of deeds, probate judge, sheriff,
County attorney, county assessor,
county superintendent, county treas-
urer, coionir. county weigher, and
three county commissioners.
The basis of representation will be
one delegate for ever len votes or
major fraction thereof c ist for Hon.
D. T. Flynn, at Die last general elect- j
Jon. and entitles the several townships 3* D* KIRBY,
and precincts to the following rep re-
THE EASIEST SELLING,
THE BEST SATISFYING
IB THE WORLD.
The Most Elegant, Strongest and Best Wood-
work on the Market.
...1,500,000 MOW IN USE...
Every one Gives Satisfaction.
The WHITE is the Peer of any Sewing
Machine Now Made, i.i either Vibrator
or Rotary Shuttle Style.
THE WHITE IS THE LISHTEST RUNNING AND TMI
BEST FINISHED SEWING MACHINE IN THE MARKET.
Its construction is SIMPLE, POSITIVE
and DURABLE-ITS WORKMANSHIP
You can secure the Agency if you apply at anet,
we want Dealers In Unoccupied Territory.
PRICES AND TERMS MADE SATISFACTORY.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.
CLEVELAND, OHIO, or
in Uio make-up of this service. Including
Cafe Observation Cars* j ,ilc»w
of Fred. Harvey. ( Henry
Digests what you cat.
8 Indian 1
4 Mound 5
13 Pawnee 9
5 Paradise 10
in Perkins ].*>
.' R'wk 8
7 Rose H
* Stiiiwater Tp. 7i
11 Stillwater eit*• s. n
I »Stillwater •• N. 1* This preparation contains all of th*
under the management of Fred. Harvey.
Fall information as to rate, and aU detail, of
a trip via tins new ronte will be cheerfully
farniafeed, upon application, by nay repre-
sentative of the
Lanai tr. Ksikiv j
Yuma. .\rfMOJ !
To cure SICK HEADACHE,
and nil disease• Arising from In-
digestion. Theywtll purify jrcur
bioednn . naWayourcomDiex'on
ns FAIR AS A LG.Y. Tie/ ar.
gelatin coated. ? 'E H CE*TJ
The W C. T. C. wlli nu*#* Ihe Crvi
and third Friday «f rarli month at
; >ip tn. at lb* M R. cl»unrb
s Colon 12
j The piwlnet primarl.'s \\ ill »«* lw*ld
'■•n August 31, ]u>i2. at 2 o'cbck p m .
at the u*ual voting (daces, except
Stillwater t"W'Miip. »hie>t will f*e
i lie]<| at tlw* c*--'irt !*■ 'i—■. ir< St ill*-.ter
city. E-e-li l*'«rmfi!p and precinct
ertll «e;eet a c^nmitteeman. At the
r.»entr <•*•*»rectL<n a new chairman of
| the central c.»mti»ltt<,e wlli tie dawn,
t’. W. M; (7B.v». Chairman.
digestants and digest- ad kinds of
food. It gives in^taut relief and uever
fail* to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The tu< -t sensi;ltr«
atomacb* can Lake it. P»y it- use many
thousands of d; -(* pfi<- have heeB
cured after everything e’-c failed. Il
unequalled for *"h.' -uh. Child-
r* n Wi.«, *• < «•' ••..I.'’- tdrire on it*
t ins <kN8 a *r/.
Cures hH iJ.JX2ch Iroobltf
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