The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 71, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 9, 1893 Page: 3 of 4
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Cummings Mercantile Company, 6th St. Bet, d. and e
Three Times the LARGEST GROCERY Stock in
WliiU Do Vuu U'Miitr
Do you want AjjerilH?
Do you want a Situation?
Do you want to buy anything?
Do you want HoarilerN ur Lotltferit?
Do you want any "Help," tuale or female?
!*> you want Pupila?
Do you want a Partner?
Do you want Servant*, Clerk* or Mechanic*?
Do you want to Rent a Room, House or Store?
IX> you want t<> Buy or Sell a Horee, WatfOD
or any kiud of a Vehicle?
Do you wuut to hell or Rent your Uooae,
J. M. Remington.
I) R U G G I S T.
, Store, Lot or Farm?
Have you Lo«t ur fount) anything?
D<> v.,a ,vuut to Hull your Will and fli-
Have you Het'oiul llaud Good* of any kind
that you wiMh to Sell or Kxchantre?
Have you (iooda to Hell of any kind?
If to, Tub Tims will publlah a thrn*UM
advertisement <21 words) one time for 10cents,
lire* tliur* for eeuts, one week for ftu centa.
a want In Tui 1jailt Tistn never fall* to
bring ijulck return*.
One Door North Post Office.
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cholrc office rooiui
tin* south sl«lf of th«
k. lin|ulie ut tli<
Holiday I \« ur*iou Ha
DitimiiImm-".Mil. vith, vatir. itoth und Hist,
ivM. iiml Junuary 1st, Kij. roumi trip tick-
'i i111 v,' ,1"||v on the Santa
I •• \% It hi j) it (llstuiirc of Jim miles at rate of
- m- ami om- thlnl lowest first i-lass fan- lor
jouii'l trlp. 111ia 1 limit lor return Januury
.'■<1. 1VM. No stop-over will allowed.
K. K. NV|. 1 KHVl.l.T,
.... , , \ I A v 1 If. H.To,
Wharton, o. i . l>ec«*mi -i «;th, iki.i
W. If. Aldrich is in town from
Don t forget to call on Hurhuu^h
for hurm-HH, collarH, robes and blank-
et*. West (,' street.
O. P. Klliot i« here on land businesw.
He is a citizen of Cross.
Walter Olds in in from his claim,
south of town.
Hed room sets too numerous to
mention, ('ash or easy payments.
I Banks & Wade. 1
i Thomas Foster, a Kansas Citv jren-
I Heman, is having a look at Perry.
A C. Hinde has u car of stoves-
Don t fail to see him before buying.
C street, 1 lot west of Seventh. '
J. Oldham, of Guthrie, in in the city : Whv suffer when
toUa-v- j Perry Drug Co.
Hemming & Moekley has the only
nrst-class line of sporting goods in < , Sehooi (oiuiiH-nccinent.
the city. D street, opposite square. School will not commence until
Mr* i u r\ .1 • Monday. December 18th. This, in
turned to her' home today after^a | ^ X'Xtlt Une'verth^
L' 1 lews fixed.
All IIU l liMt 1*111.
Are good for are treated more suc-
cessfully by Parks' Tea. Is not a ca-
thartic; no griping or pain, yet moves
llie bowels every day. Parry Drug
Hoard of KducMtlou.
There will be a meeting of the
board of education tonight at 7:1)0
o clock | . m. at the Palace drugstore
west end of the square.
A full attendence is respectfully re-
quested. A. m. Lo.no, ,m. j)., pj-es'i
I.lver unit Kiiln. v
Parks'Sure Cure is the only guar-
anteed remedy. Its action is quick
and positive. Will stop that back-
ache and sickheadachc. A positive
| specific _for all diseases of women.
it will cure you? -
pleasant visit with relatives in Perry.
Hon. C. J. Wrightsman, county
W. H. Allen,the fire insurance man
W. H. Darling, of Wichita, is in the I att'orney & Q coun^S the
1 • j} esterday. The senator has pur-
A. C. Hinde has a car of Glidden | tha«ed two of the newspapers.
wire coming. , Mrs. Graham, the popular milliner,
Geo. Stambaugh from Topeka is in ,s in ^ infield.
town* I Major H. K. Poe, special agent of the
government, was called to Guthri
school before Christ-
mas will enable teacher and scholar
to "get down to business," hence the
utilization of the week before Christ-
Desires to offer a lew suggestions with re lie ten
ce to the approaching
J. M. Burgess is again back in the
city. He has been in Guthrie.
W. H. Allan the lire insurance man.
New York Hardware Co. for heat-
ing and cook stove.
Mr. Benfor, ex-mayor of Newton,
Kansas, is here visiting his son.
Mew York Hardware store for nails
and building hardware.
Work will begin on the proposed
court house soon.
To suffering humanity to tell the
great benefit my wife has received
from Parks' Sure Cure, the truly
great Liver and Kidney cure. She
has been constitutionally wrecked
for several years. Tried everything
. po U guar-
^Hudson, of Oklahoma City, is
inderful. W. P. Have
through the illness of I i. family
Kverything around the record
office is quiet. A few small and tin- ,U1 """.to years. Tried everytl
important inorgages were filed during fniillossly. After much pers'ua
the past twenty-four hours. from my druggist backed by his gi
When Looking for a Suitable Present
why not buy something useful and practical, such as
A Nice Suit of Clothes for the Boy.
Some nice Shirts. Collars. Cuffs. Ties: a Hat, a pair of Gloves, a pair of Shoes, Rubbers
or Arties. For your Husband or Friend all these and many more suitable gifts can
Be Pound at LOWEST PRICES at The Famous.
\\ E tews ^
C St., Between 6th and 7th.
Lobsitz & McCredie.
Lyneh's ( afc, one door west of old
land ofllce site. ICverytblng the mar-
ket allords cooked in first class st\le.
. . v , V 1 1. . . ..You will make the mistake of your
U',„N!? ? or,k ,larihvarc ,or life if you continue sleeping on the
snuine (ilidden barb wire. ground. Get a good warm mattress,
bed and spring of Hanks & Wade!
and you may save a doctor's bill.
lluHillliK < .ml
Building still contimi
l'i ll€i. l'li-klng..
W. M. Itpbbins, the clerk in Judge
Jacob's court is busy fixing up the
transcripts which shall come up be-
fore the grand jury.
"iui1 .'.411 Ihomas Nave, before his honor,
'..Nut Junes ■ lling without a liceiis ■: li e lse was
)n 11 r Maid and flu- iuiuu <•. —1 n .
A, D, HENDRICKS & CO'S
T1 . REAL ESTATE COLUMN,
1 he finest list ol Claims and Town Lots of any Agency in
T. II. Hogern, from Kansas City,
was here yesterday.
Hansen & Nims are selling a great
main bills of lumber. Cause win?
s in I'
of Oklahoma Citv,
Mr. Angus Miller gave a social and
card party last evening at his home.
All present enjoyed themselves und
look for 1111 early repetition of the en-
J0\ able event.
o- -• Two ponies, wagon and liar
ness to trade for residence lots; all
111 good condition.
Wanted A good girl to do general
housework. Inquire at Times oflit
J. Martindale took a trip out of
(.0 to A. O. Hinde to buy hardware,
stoves, plows and wagons. First I Tlie rWVi.t« fnr n,« n i
store north of c street west of «pi k;-ts for the December term
Seventh ot, of the district court arc now being
. made up. Attorneys having tiles in
Gold Coin stoves at Klcmming & r. lr£. t ' ,as "'turned from their possession must return them at
Mocklev's. Ii street, opposite the ' ' " ' ' "l,lcil l'0"" hL' took some once to the eletk. Attorneys havi.ig
square. prisoners. motions or demurrers to file will
Co to larvis t Stukev's Cnfi. f,,r Stl'ooincld has returned to j P'0a8e ca.|1.?t the court room, Galla-
« , i is ot Htukcy S < .iff for a p,.rrv from his ()ltl , fleburn k'l"'r l uildinfr, on Sixth street.be-
r, tKt P '""'"Klig with him ii,5'tm™1), ","1 "<« P'^e same on
r\. ->K ais _o< is. Perry is his home. motion docket.
('. J. Wrightsman, editor of the
Pawnee Democrat, was in the city t J- A. Jones and wife, of Sioux Falls,
yesterday. * South Dakota, are in the city. They
v viiii ... , .. are looking for a location on which t<■
New \ ork Hardware Store for nails buijU a re8?dence. w,ncn 10
and building hardware. a uttcmu ^ cou n na
The public square looks deserted, as funiitun'\l!li\''i'i'|l'fuV,l'.'|lM,h ?,!• doctors and tried fifty cough curet
It should he jnst now. menis Bank„^i wade. ' Pay" all the. tinuv 1 tried
Perry lirugCo. paid and the case dismissed. Wm
| hesnut, disturbing ii c peace was
t lined >1.U0 und costs, a totai of .<,.iu No 1
edlv its continuance sutAToX
resident no less than the visitor and | missed upon promise not to oflenJ ceiling, with addition 20x24.
w a certam evidence of the future of the dignity of the law again. The1
The-\cver prevailing during the | waTdismiJ scd.HerhaUke8 ^ r°bberJ'
! ""OM wb,"k
requirements and are not put up fori
A splendid bargain in a nice cottage
on west 11 street, well built and ar-
rangments complete. If you want a
home that will sell ut
and see us.
Will. M. Nix,
Clerk for P County.
Our l u.lv suy.
I have been troubled for years with
hacking cough. Have had main
Go to New York Hardware
genuine Glidden barb wire.
Key. A. G. Murray, of Oklahoma
Cit v, was In town ynsterday.
A. C. Hinde sells stoves and hard-
ware cheaper than any house in
G, W. and I\ M. Batchelder, also
William Waltham, all of Cross, are ill
Glassware and Queensware at cost
/or the next ten days at Whitney's, H
street 2nd door cast of 7th.
W. P. Gill, of Guthrie, is here with
liis famih . The city of Perry is their
Mr. Crawford's wife is lying very
sick at the old home in Kansas. Mr.
Crawford has left the city to be near
fur Buffalo Jones returned yesterday
Parks' Cough Syrup and found "im-
mediate relief. It begins at the bot-
nuii.uu jiuii s returned yesterday iriici. n uegins at the hot-
from a ten days hunt, lie brought in tom of the disease and I know it is
the pelts of sixty-live coyotes, fifteen file best cough remedy on the mar-
gray wolves and the carcasses of sev- l'1; Hefer any sufferer to Mrs. W.
en deer. Plenty of game existed and l'aliey, I,e lioy, N. V, Perry Drug
a L'ood time was hail Co. '
a good time was had.
Street work still progresses. Side-
walks are being rapidly laid down and
the music of progress cheers
senses everywhere one goes.
Mrs. Osborne, of Guthrie, arrived
n Perry yesterday. She will teach in
the citv school.
For Sale: A good .'ook stove.
Call at southwest corner of C and
Bighth, Bert H.Tullor.
Wayne Irwin has gone to Perkins
lolooli after bis business interc tsat
If you want to savo the trouble of
running around to get your lumber
Mil figured, go to Hansen & Nims.
1'b«,V are the lowest.
K. H. Robertson, representing the
Nix & Jlalsell grocery house of Guth-
rie, was in town yesterday.
Hug*, carpets, Linoleum. Matting,
Blue Denim, carpet paper etc., cheap
Jiir cash or on easy payments. Banks
SlivrifT Scruggs is in Norman. He
will be hack on Monday or Tuesday
with his family.
New York Hardware Co. for heat-
ing and cook stoves.
Examination of candidates who
wish to blossom out as school teach-
ers'will he held at the school building
Wednesday next, at 9 a. m.
I'ailJ > t Whitney's for low prices on
groceri** and llour. B street 2nd
.door eaait of 7th street.
Mrs. L. Chrl #<Mi, or Guthrie, sistor
of Mrs. Sullivan, landlady at the O. K.
hotel, is in the city.
111"! Hull III IVrr,.
The recently organized foot ball
team has been challanged to a game
by the Wichita boys, the challangers
Mr. Nix, the deputy clerk of the that " bePlayed on Christ-
district court reports everything in The "home tenm i„
conv'e'ncs o'n Monday' next!
Hie Settlers' Guide, puhliwlicd by (i,*iI)^a'n? Roy Evans is sacretary and
J. L. Calvert, is on salt' at The Time's . "or^and treasurer of the associa-
ottlce. It is the best information for t'on anc^ these men meet with
settlers yet published. prompt responses to the call for fin -
anoial assistance the game will Ik-
A party of our citizens leave to- played in Perry as per the requ^t of
morrow on a wolf hunt west of the the Wichita people.
I city, j lu-y anticipate a good time as Perry neeus a little plav. All work
the wolves m the neighborhood for a und no play has its consequences ind
week back liav,. h..m. hott^ the ball rushers should lie encour-
week back have been baited.
Clial. Lawson, of the big Missouri
store, left til's afternoon for a two
weeks' visit at h|i old home in Mt
Vernon, Mo. lie will go on to St.
I.ouis to purchase a large stock of
A mountain lion was ecu this morn-
ing three miles from the city. U was
| lying in the middln of the road and
the party who reported the incident
made a big d< tour around tlie beast
A. D. Hendricks & Co.
Judge Edwards, of the probate
court, is away in Oklahoma City. He
will return on Monday evening.
James E. Thompson, a resident of
i crry since the ltitli of September,
lias gone to Coffevville, Kan. Me will
return immediately after the holi-
Mr. \ ol. Culpepper, formerly dep- j
uty constable in Justice Clayton's
court, is now connected with the C.
It. Jones wholesale liquor establish-
No. 4. Fine lot in block 13, a business
lot; best bargain in Perry for the
No. 5. A 25-ft lot in block 41;
boarded tent 30x60; floored. Cheap,
any time call J No. 6. Ten acres of land ten miles
east of Topeka, Kan., on Kansas
A fine corner in biock B, for No. 17. Two lots in block Id Perrv-
One-Rtnrv o w.n ferood bugine9g' U'°CK 1 erry>
No. 18. A good resident lot in North
Perry, block 63, well located.
No. 19. A good lot in block 52, West
No. 20. Two lots in block 21, North
No. 21. A fine claim near Salt Fork,
good water all the year round; 150
acres fine tillable land onarhalf bot-
tom, 25 acres plowed; will trade.
No; 22. Two lots in North Perry on
North Boulevard to trade for team,
wagon and harness.
No. 23. A first class claim on Chieska
river, all cultivating bottom land to
sell or trade for town property in
Strayed from section 1 township 21
range 2 est. One bay horse fifteen
hands high. Star and stripe in fore-
head, right hand foot white. No
brand. Address, J. J. Beck,
P 'rrv, O. T.
I uliappy Kxpcrl««uce of a I'uiiaillu
\\ hat they call tramps in the
l.nited States and Ontario they call
beggars or queteux in the pi-ovine •
There are two sorts of beggar.-,
those who carry a hag on their back
and the other sort who have u horse
and cart or sometimes it team ol
horses with a big wagon.
In the summer time in the country,
one sees whole families in these largo
vehicles. They use them as hout'es
when it is line. The country beggar
always tries hard to collect money
only, but when ho cannot succeed hi
condescends to accept other things-
eggs, pork, butter, Hour and the like
One of these beggars, with a ve-
hicle. was begging a few days ago in
a parish near Quebec. Among the
effects he had collected from different
farmers were two dozen eggs. Arm-
ing at a country store, the beggar
topped and bartered his two dozen
for a pair of stockings and some
In the store at the time of tho bar-
gain stood a man who seemed harm-
less in tho eyes of the beggar. As
the beggar was about jumping on hi
riyer; 7 acres fine land, balance
pasture, mile from railroad sta-
tion; to trade for town lots in
No. 7. For rent a good resdence lot
in South Perry; house of 2 rooms,
14x14 each, well and outhouse;
price *12 per month.
No. 8. A fine upland claim in town-
ship 23, range 1 west, a bargain;
No. 9. A bargain in a claim in town-
. IR *lanSe :i west, one mile north
of Black Bear creek.
No. 10. A fine 68-ft. lot in West
I erry; house 2 rooms 12x14, and Sx
14, well plastered, lot fenced with
wire. In fine location and cheap.
No. 11. A 40-acre claim within a1.,
miles of Perry, 30 acres good bottom
land, balance stone quarry. Cheap
if sold soon.
No. 12. Four lots in West Perrv
No. 13. A fine half block of 7 lots 50
ft. each, and well located in West
Perry. A big bargain.
No. 14. A 50-ft. lot in 28North Perry
1 story house 12x18, cheap
No. 24. Two lots 50x148 ft. each, in
Dunlap, Morris county, Kas. house
14x16, 10 bearing fruit trees, good
well water, lots fenced with woven
wire, adjoining female summary, to
trade for lots in Perry.
No. 25. A fine claim 9 miles east of
Perry, 80 acres bottom, balance
slope land' can all be cultivated.
No. 26. Wanted, a good claim near
Perry will pay what it is worth.
No. 27. Wanted, two good resident
lots also a good business lot on th*
square. Will par what they ar«
No. 28. A line claim oil Deer creek,
south of Hunnewell' Ks., as fine a
claim as there is in the Strip.
No. 29. A good business lot in block
12 Perry well located and cheap.
No. 30. A general stock of merchan-
dise to trade for business lot on til*
1 N'North P barEai" in 3 lot8- 22 No. 31. One lot in Block 41, West
horses or for
North Perry. Perry to trade for
No. 16. A good business lot in block
\o' h" rV tim'M||'' u -1 INd31' °ne lotin block 41> Wast
west of Perrv i, « ® north" Pe"T>to trade for horses or for
^ a ^ne agricultural sale.
No. 32. Six good claims for sale west
w i l'/Wr i i! g h i s1 f !un i'ly! 11 e re ^ soon^' He J Stanlev v^C ulone* fon-ibl WVB'
— vs jsrs
I" the probate . ourt, the ease of
lie was badly scared, this being Ins m.i Ph7i!;!!r\. ,lf;ains' Dempst y
flrst view of such an animal. ' , I orter, for petit larceny
, „ „ , resulted in these worthies being
.1. li. tjucen, one of tho best auc- hound over to the grand iurv under i T. • i • 7"--r—o "•=
tioneei-B in the territory, has located i bondh. ' a.on, tejoleing, with tho stocking
" " " " " - I and food in his hands, tho harmlesi
man gave him a gentle tap on tho
shoulder und addressed liiin thus:
"Have you got a license to trade!''
llie beggar said bo was 110 trader,
but a poor beggar, und that it was
in. eking him to talk to him ubout u
The harmless man, who, by tho
way, was no other thun the provincial
tax-gatherer, said to the beggar:
"l'id I not witness ti moment ago
your transaction with tho country
merchant, when you exchanged eggs
for woollens and food? My dear
friend, you aro a trailer In every
sonse of the word, and I am under the
disagreeable necessity ut making you
my prisoner on tho churgo of having
traded without a license."
And tho beggar was marched to
tho capital to answer tlio charge.
Times his intention to cry sales and
wo predict for him the 'bulk of the
business in his line for this county.
At Spears' cash grocery on C street
opposite Blue Bell you can get for
*1, 20 pounds granulated sugar; lo
, . v 1,1 « juuutJiiieni
favoring plaintiff for restitution and
costs. Defendant appeals.
Before Justice Holt, the case of
Boiiflls vs. Moran was continued to
Saturday, Dec. Kith.
T. M. Richardson. Jr.,
pounds of salt pork; 10 pounds of I in„ jif'"',Jr'' N- W.
good lard; 22 pounds navy beans- IS , ' entry and detainer,
pounds xxx Soda Crackers or four tlV?' * heaHng nt " "' m-< "^em-
packages coffee. Free delivery. Will
I 1 I 1 til il t •> lltiv ItlUl'u nillona 'I'll/, nnn.w. -- I 11. m
1 ho cases of the Territory of Okla-
homa vs. A. N. Hare, and the Terri-
tory of Oklahoma vs. James Morris
lll<ll unl fi>n MM.
duplicate any one's prices.
A splendid bargain in a nice cottage • - — morris,
on west 1) struct, well Imilt and a^ !lre 8<-!t for today. The cases come up
rangements complete, If you want a [lllte'
"l,h.at wiU Bel1 ul U".V time cell H.. s,;:0„Tnvi^"
Told him the secret of her good
health. She used "Parks' Tea" everv
night.—Perry Drug Co.
and sec us.
A. D. HKNDItICKS& Co.
No:J5' .A fine business lot oil north
side of square on D street for sale
No. 46. Lot in block 16, South Perry.
No. 47. Lot in block 18, North Per v
No. 48. One lot, good stone Ini ;d-
mg, stock i if groceries i id
ware, for sale in Nortl 1
No. 49. Two good lots,
41 and one iti block 1^, H
No. 50. A goi.d so
Perry for sa'.e and
make a nice little fa
No. 51. Two good business k
corner in Wharton. Can be bouiri..
cheap if sold soon.
NV;,r'2- ,A K°°(1 claim 9 milcn fro a
l handler, O. T., on Deep Fork, all
fenced with two wires. House 14 x
111. Creek runs through the place
affording plenty of water all the
year round. 85 acres bottom land,
all tho rest timber. For sale oi-
and north of Perry, all bargains,
No. 33. One good business lot in block
13, Perry, cheap.
I' iod rod watch to trade
Six good lots in South Perry
• r 'r ide.
of Perrj, all tiluuli, I., ,.|
No. 40. i )ne good business lot in blk
No. 41. A good business lot in block
12 and 41, Perrv.
vwuvi, A Ul HttltJ or J
trade for property in Perry. Also No. 42. A bargain in a claim near
IsUeao 1 1 2U' P,,''r-V' for 8alu Perry. 120 acres good land, ballunce
> ' grass land, two fine springs.
nothing'von0te'M°Pmity OUr h; ^' there is
ltKKKItKNCK-Dank of Perry, O. T.; T. M. Richardson A Co., Hankers.
A- D. Hendricks & Co.
Office on D Street, in Times Block, Perry, O. T.
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