The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 62, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 29, 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 Perry.
ItMLROAI) TIME TABLE.
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w uarton O. T.. Nor. so, we.
What i .. uu WautT
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Do jruu waut u Mituution?
Ho you want 10 buy Huythlnfff
]>o you want B ar«.«T#or Loil^p i-h?
Do you warn any ' Help," umlu or fevaicT
)>o you want Pi pilnV
Do you want a l'artnor?
jw) you want <'lerk« or MecbanloN
Do you want t< IU*iit a Hooin. Hduhc orStor.
]* you want to liuy or S.-il a Uort.e. W
. any kind of a Wlilele?
imyou ttttiit to iM-ii ur 'ten your llou&*-
irttee, Ktore. Lot or * arin '
lluv# you fiO*t "T Found nnjrCilni?*
jVi you waul to S.-1I you; • .■.►.|-Wi:l and Fi*
Staple and fancy groceries at Cum*
rainga Merc. Co.
M. Friedberg, of Arkansas City, was
in town yesterday.
Hunks 6l Wade easy payment furni-
ture dealer, corner 6th and 1) street.
Street talk. Have you seen those
nice facinatora at the P.ig Missouri
Store, Oth St?
Proper numbers to customers free,
at Eggleston's mI^ii shop, south aide
When hi need of head wear, to to
the Star ( 'lothing Co., Chicago block
1) St.. between flth and 7tli.
Fix up your houses and live right.
Banks & Wade easy
Nick Brown appeared before Judge
Jacobs on the charge of horse steal-
iiitj. His enterprise and lack of moral
ideas caused him to be bound over.
Kate Pierson and Mrs. McDonald,
upon the complaint of neighbors,
were arrested for keeping too hospit-
able n home near the railroad tracks.
Such was the kindliness exhibited
that nothing was barred save that of
sex, previous condition, race anil
color were welcomed and no questions
asked. AH the evidence was not In,
but it is sate to say that the two ladies,
who should have known better, will
have an opportunity to sadly coutem
plate the vicissitudes of life In Perrv.
A. H. Boles, C. C. Holland and S. W.
Have opened :i new anil elegant line of
lia'f you Second Hand Oondn t.f any Wind
llat you wlvli to or Kt« lian/«-
Havi )ou Good# to s. ;i of ary kind9
if ho. Tiie Ti*r t*iii puhiinii a t ir««
a lr< rtt eu eut r-1 wordti one time for lo
1.r.-'* timet for £" oenU, one week for M
A want in Tub Datm Time* never UU* u>
brlnfe* quick return*,.
\NTKI>. a Imk• • 1 at one- a
\pply t.. 1'iitauli a Clrrle
( r 1
AN I 1.1 - Will build n 4 or room house
Mil l. Mtr**«*t iN'twiMMi '. tli ami mth. for
relit to res|M nH|l lc party win want* leuee
imi a year. i:ii«iulreat llanA Mim Linn-
K IIKN I «•<•< I vtniv HX4". reu^niiahl*
• ami hit on H u splendid
eat Ion for ronl and wood vanl.
payment furnl- Pope unanimously waived prelimin-
ary examination and gave bonds for
1 m n , .... their separate and individual appear-
( umming s Merc. Co., west side 8th b(1}or(. (,il)tr,ct c011rt ^
OXH I charge of exhibiting and daring to put
in practice a fondness for a home 011
Before his honor, Judge Edwards,
Jessie Harris and P. C. Combers were
charged with stealing a tent. James
lingers was hauled up for carrying
concealed weapons. All think it a
cold, cruel world.
Judge Edwards dispenses happiness
sometimes to vary the monotony of
court existence. He married a couple
last night. Each of the contracting
ance man, will write your insurance partie88 whell laHt heard from was do-
at the "drop of a bat." Office in Times f ..
Carpenters and bridge builders, we
have a large stock of all sizes of
heavy timber at lumber yard of Han-
i nen Nimn.
between 1) and E, for turkeyi
ters and celery.
I>. W. Houston is building a nice
residence on Seventh between north
Division and F streets.
Those wishing good work in the
• in j boot and shoe line, go to Will. Sieglin-
r, on C, between 7th and 8th.
California canned Hoods cheap
Cumming's Merc. Co.
8. B. Wads worth, the pioneer insur-
south Perry'* Klcrllo
> •*«>!. IIKN
W. E. McClung for coal.
W. H. Allen,the fire insurance man
Plenty of coal at McClnng'i lumber
\V. H. Allan the fire insurance man.
Buy your coal at McClung'. lumber
Nice Thanksgiving dinner at the O.
New wall paper at Remington's
New York Hardware Co. for heat-
ing and cook stove.
J M. Remington will sell you wall
Tli.i citizens of South Perry having
met on the evening of November 15,
1SH3, for the purpose of nominating a
new board to take the place of the old
For blank leases and applications board elected on the evening of Sep-
for deeds to town lots eall at the Per-
ry News and Stationary Co., on 7th,
facing public square.
Galveston and New York oysters at
Camming'* Merc. Co.
S. H. Harris, our prosecuting at-
torney. returned from Norman todav.
Private school in the tabernacle on
school reserve, northeast of court
tember 111, 1H«3, by the people locating
said townsite of South Perry. The
mayor called an election to take place
on November 18. Polls open 7 p. m.,
at the mayor's old office.
The following ticket was placed in
nomination and duly elected: For
mayor. John R. (iuinan; for aldermen
J. W\ Johnson, W. E. Peters, M.
Baker, C'has. Shelden, Mr. Durkey.
. . . , Said mayor and aldermen having
house square. Tuition, l per mouth. been (,u.,.t,.d bv H majority 0f the peo-
L. L. McCormick. teach#r. pie on the 18th of November, exam-
The Settlers' Ciuide, published by med the pant records and finding
J. L. Calvert, i* on sale at The Timkh them satisfactory, accepted the same
office. It is the best information for andean now transact business from
settlers yet published. the original records, for all who have
. , n . . business interests in South Perrv.
It has been said that the most beau-
tiful thing in the world don't talk, but Free! Free!
the low prices on goods at the Big
Missouri store talks.
Men's Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, and Valises.
The Only First-Class Clothing House in the City.
We carry a complete line of goods for all classes of trade, at prices that will compete
with the world. Your patronage earnestly solicited and satisfaction guaranteed.
C St., Between 6th and 7th.
Don't forget to call on Harbaugh
for harness, canes, robes and blank-
ets. West C street.
A first-class turkey dinner at the O
K. hotel Thanksgiving.
the next five days, go to the Big Mis-
souri Store, 0th, between B and C, op-
New York Hardware store for nails posite the probate court room,
nd building hardware
Remington, the druggist, keeps a
clean line of drugs.
(io to New York Hardware for
nuine (ilidden barb wirw
L)r. Horner, with a quarter section
near Yates, was yesterday in town.
Fine stationery at Remington's
Drug Store, one door north ot P. O.
Go to the Big Horn meat market
for dressed turkey for Thanksgiving.
(ieorge !.. Howard, from Kansas, is
visiting our worthy friend, Fred W.
The district court will have a ses-
sion in this eity during the first of De-
Weir City lump and nut coal de-
livered to any part of the city by W.
J^eave orders for your coal at Mc-
< lung's lumber yard.
(Jo to The Circus, on Oth, bet. C and
D, today, and get the worth of your
Until January 1, 1894, you can get
Morgan's Manual of United States
townsite and homestead laws, togeth-
er with all the special laws for Okla-
homa, free. Every homesteader in
. the strip should have this valuable
If you want bargains in stoves for
From now till January 1, 1H94, the
price of subscription for the Perry
Weekly Times will be *1 per year,
and to everyone who subscribes before
that time we will mail to his address
a copy of Morgan's Manual, free.
The price of the manual alone is r o
cents, thus making the subscription
for the best weekly newspaper in the
strip for " 0 cents a year. Cash must
accompany all orders. Address,
The Times Pru. Co.,
Perrv, O. T.
If vou want a real nice Thank
lug dinner, one that you can re
>;o to the (3. K. hotel.
Coal, and plenty of it. Leave you
orders at Parke Klein's hardware
►.tore. C street, opposite public Sq.
The Gregg-Henrlchs Coal Co.
We have coal and plenty of it.
Leave orders at Parke & Klein's
Hardware store oa C street opposite
the public square. The Gregg-Hen-
richs Coal ('o.
Fresh country butter and eggs at
Cumming's Merc. Co.
At Ci. M. Whitney's on B street,
second door east of Seventh, you will
find a choice line of groceries, pro-
\ issions and Flour. All goods at low-
Its nonsense to sleep on the floor
when you can get anything you want
in the furniture line on easy pay-
ments. Banks & Wade.
At Spears' cash grocery on C street
mposite Blue B'-il you oan .u<*t for
*1, 20 pounds granulated sugar; 10
pounds of salt pork; 10 pounds of
good lard; 2*2 pounds navy beans; 18
pounds xxx Soda Crackers or four
packages coffee. Free delivery. Will
duplicate any one's prices.
w. 1>. iiari.An, l. H. iurl.ow iiahn,
•JO years In the Cieu- 12 yeui'H pruetiee.
erul Land Office. Late Special Agent
tieneral Lund Oitlce
1/AH LA Xd- BARLOW,
Lawyers and Land Att'ys.
special attention frtven to :!'«> preparation
of contest rases before the Uiml Offices
at oklahama City and w ashlnKton.
Thos A Wlsamore
11 lra in i) Wlsamore
.lames (' Kvans
Lorenr.o 1> Waralon 1
T W Mc( raeken
.1 1- >mltli
\ \ Hill
I! I: 1- razler
.1 II ( aiele
' wm Halm s
Kd c n\ li-
K M (ireen
II r olds
«. \ Masters
se 11 20 8 e
se 24 23 4 e
ne 9 211 e
lots 1 v ne of nw 2(
lots :: ft l and e lif «\v
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A, D, HENDRICKS & Co'S
REAL ESTATE COLUMN,
The finest list of Claims and Town Lots of any Agency in the
TIMES BLOCK, PERRY, O. T.
No. 1. Aline corner in biock B, for | No. 17. Two lots in block 4fi, Perry;
Rale; one-story building 24x40 with ! good business lots.
up ir. *.i) i
Lon Wharton at the council meet-
ing last night received a telegram
which read "Kingfisher, O. T., Nov
28. Compromise on permanent chair-
. There will be a Masonic lodge ot man; Corrigan, of Perrv, and Mac
New York Hardware f'o. for beat-■ inKtructioti held at the new hall on Adams, of Purcell, elected, each to
ing und cook stoves. j u street, between Sixth and Seventh, serve half time Walker."
Don't forget Kd's O. K. hotel for on Wednesday evening, Nov. 29th, at i jt iB thus seen that Perry wins re-
Thanksgiving dinner. Everything 7:30. A full attendance is requested. c0gniy0n and an enviable one at the
will be served in first-cla** style. Order of ( omnnttee. I Htlftt,hood convention.
Head Quarters Commodore Perry
Post No. 43 0. A. R., Department of
Oklahoma. You are hereby com-
manded to meet at the I. O. (). F. hall
on I) street at 7:30 o'clock p. m. 011
Friday evening. Dec. 1st, 1898. The
annual election of officers for the en-
suing year and the mustering in of lv<Tv11,1.11!
recruits and other matters of import- (
ance demand the attendance of every
comrade in the city.
Remember the time and place and
be there 011 time. By order of
R. F. Conover, P. C.
A. W. Lkk, Adj't.
W I) Meyei -
.1 W smith
It i: 1(111
t. \ Wesley
w 11 I .a veale
W \ Craft
.1 P Maker
w 11 cannon
«; 1. <;o«ld
lots 3 ft 1 ft s hi nw
w in nw 21 21 5 e
sw 20 2 w
l*i 23 1 w sub to lte.l s |) s «i
) X 10 nw M A H sw ft ." 117
see .10 20 9 e
se 1 214 e
lie 25 20e
e hi nw ft w 111 lie .',l 23 .* e
lot l ft ne nw 19 271 e
ne 11 2015 e
ots 3 ft 4 ft
w hf ne ft
• 2 20 (i e
sw 21 23 :> r
lie in 20 ."i
li hf ne 23 27 :! e
se s 20 •; v
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se 23 20 i'
: ft * sw 3ft 2t «
SW 29 21 S t
The Merchants' hotel, Seventh street
between I) and E, will give a big
Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow.
Go to The Circus tonight, on tith,
bet. C and I), and get gent's under-
wear at 10 per cent, reduction.
Big Horn meat market for home-
ri injured leaf lard, Huh, oysters, game
ctc.; D St.
< to to Jarvis & Htukev's Cafe for a
flrst-ehiss meal, the best place in Per-
ry. Meals 26cts.
Fresh butter, eggs, vegetables a
specialty at Whitney's.
New York Hardware Store for nails
arul bulkiing hardware.
Perry's first furniture man is J. W
.lonnston on C street, one block west
The Star Clothing Co lead in low
prices and good goods, Chicago block
jwtw«'ii flth and 7th.
(i0 to New York Hardware for
genuine Oluldcit barb wire.
Whero did yon get that overcoat?
At the Star Clothing Co., Chicago
Mock, D St., between flth and 7th.
i.vnch's Cafe, one door west of old
lant'l office site. Everything the mar-
ket affords cooked in first class style.
Did you «ee the *20 made to order
suits sold bv tlu' Star Clothing Co.?
•Chicago block, I) St. between 8th and
ChrlHtiun Church Services.
For sale. Best in use. Enquire at | Kev. E. F. Boggess, of Guthrie, is
land office of . holding meetings which will continue
Kikk & Gii.bekt. | every night during the week at the
Corner 7th and L> Sts. , tabernacle of the Christian church,
eorner Ninth and E streets. Members
All 111. That Pill. , of the Christian church are urged to
Are good for are treated more sue- j come, and all are cordially invited.
cessfufly by Parks' Tea. Is not a oa- —— —
thartic; 110 griping or pain, yet moves A splendid bargain in a nice cottage
the bowels every day. Perry Drug [ on west D street,_ well built and ar-
Situation by an expert lady stenog-
rapher and typewriter. Best of ref-
ferences. Enquire at land office of
Kirk & Gilbeht.
Corner 7th and D Sts.
11 in Second Wife
Told him the secret of her good
health. She used "Parks' Tea" every
night.- Perry Drug Co.
rangements complete. If you want a
home that will sell at any time call
and see us.
A. D. Hendricks & Co.
WEDNESDAY, SOV. '.II.
c 11 DeForil ant Moses Martin nw 17 21J w
i: M Hamford agt K t; Williams ne 24 l'.i . e
c 11 lie Ford a>?t W H Beckham sw 17 24 2 \n
JWElklns ne 34 20 4 e
J w scot horn a prt E Reynolds sw 251 w
A D Marble agt s E lloltzman nw 1119 6 e
c E i-sill lots ;i ft 4 & s hf nw :i 23 1 w
11 \v Weaver ne qr nw A lot lot li ne
20 20 9 e
J II dale lots 1 4 2 A s lif ne 4 23 lw
wllclu \v Moreland lots 1 'J A r lif nw .W2<i 10 e
II .1 ilobbs se 2s 2^ 2 e
il M Vanileren ne 2s 20 2 ■
I' M I .a nut r se 22 21 5 e
AVavra ne 7 22 1 w
ltlchui'il McMalns ne 22 23 4 e
Krank Kalons se 4 22 1 w
11 F smith ne 32 2112 w
Krank 1' Towler ne 2S 2fi 2 w
Frank I' Harbison sw 22 232 w
j0i111 A Tipton se3 1 23 4 e
W1111' Tipton ne 31 23 4 e
Clark >1 Ilarnes lots r, it 1; ot ne s 25 1 w
rhas t'anttekt e hf nw ."t lots 1 A 2 31 22 T e
John I. I'onklln sw 2t 2S 2 w
('has Hubbard lot fi A ne sw fi 2fi3
14 - ft ceiling, with addition 2(lx'24.
No. -2. Two ponies, wagon and har-
ness to tradp for residence lots; all
1 in good condition.
No. I!. A splendid 50-foot lot in block
B, Perry, O. T.
No. t. Fine lot in block 13, a business
lot; best bargain 111 Perry for the
No. 5. A 2.r>-ft lot in block 41;
boarded tent 30x 60; floored. Cheap.
No. 6. Ten acres of land ten miles
east of Topeka, Kan., on Kansas
river; 7 acres fine land, balance
pasture, 3, 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-
ship 22, range 3 west, one mile north
of Black Bear creek.
No. 10. A fine 55-ft. lot in West
Perry; house 2 rooms 12x14, and 8x
14, well plastered, lot fenced with
wire. I11 fine location and cheap.
No. 11. A 40-acre claim within 2's
miles of Perry, 30 acres good bottom
land, balance stone quarry. Cheap
No. 18. A good resident lot in North
Perry, block 83, 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 one-half bot-
tom, 25 acres plowed; will trade.
No. 22. Two lots in North Perry 011
North Boulevard to trade for team,
wagon and harness.
No. 23. A first class claim on Chiesku
river, all cultivating bottom land to
sell or trade for town property in
No. 24. Two lots 50x148 ft. each, ill
Dunlap, Morris county, Kas. house
14x16, 10 bearing fruit trees, good
well water, lots fenced with woven
wire, adjoining female seminary, 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 the
square. Will pay what they are
No. 28. A fine claim on Deer creek,
south of Hunnewell' Ks., as fine a
claim as there is in the Strip.
To rent, a dwelling house, five or
six rooms. Enquire at land office of
Kirk & Gii.hekt,
Cor 7th and D Sts.
if sold soon.
No. 12. Four lots in West Perry,
No. 13. A fine half block of 7 lots 50 1 No- 29- A B°°d business lot in block
ft. each, and well loeatod in West 12 Perry well located and cheap.
Perry. Abigbargain. No. 30. A general stock of merchan-
No. 14. A 50-ft. lot ill 28North Perry, disc to trade for business lot on the
1 story house 12x18, cheap. square.
No. 15. A bargain in 3 lot*, block 22 No- 31- 0,18 lot in Bloek 41> Wesl
North Perry. I Perry to trade for horses or for
No. 16. A good business lot in block sa G'
6, Perry, cheap.
®^S1!M00DY, WILLIAMS &
Law and Real Estate.
Governor Renfrow and Major R. R.
Poo left this city for Pawnee to be
gone not over a day or two.
Whilst at Pawnee the governor will
appoint the commissioners for (j
For bargains In real estate of any
kind call 011 Conover, Lee & Co., C
TJuj cheapest place in town to buy street, east of railroad.
lumber and get a straight deal is from Flrr, Flrt,,
Hansen & N?m's, A street and Right ^ ^ th, pion.er fire
nay' insurance man of this city, i now
The latest block In soft and stiff prepared to Issue fire and cyclone in-
Jiats you will find at the Star Clothing BUrance on your property; also on
Co., Chicago block, D St., between f rm property. Office in the Times
flth and 7th, block.
For Sale A good lot on C street east
of the railroad. ,.rr
A good business house and lot 011 B county.
Agood'business lot Sixth street. A splendid bargain in a nice cottage
Two good blocks in northwest Perry, on west I) street, well built and ni-
Four fine lots in South Perry. rangments complete. If you want a
Lots in all parts of the city. ' " "
Five good claims west of Perry.
Three good claims south of Perry.
Claims north and east of the city.
home that will sell at any time call
and Bee us.
A. I). Hendricks & Co.
A. A. Powe, the gentlemanly mana-
ger of Jones' Wholesale Liquor house,
is happy, His family is here. Turkey
in the strip \yith his family is good s
this gentleman wants,
\ It Donaldson v A K Harding se 21 21 1
DeMorrls Itusli v J 11 Koherts & Charley
Leonard ne of sw & n lit" se it lot l 20 20 1<W'
Cie<> F WtH)d v Thos Cooke w 111 * ne of
sw 22 21 1 w
Hereafter, persons wishing to file
wi" teke such poswon in^the hne^s| yst y,,ur property with us and wo will Watch and
bering by companies is, for the time
at least, abandoned.
DICK T. MORGAN . JtlllN !.. 1'ANCOAST.
Dick T. Morgan author of the Morgan's
Manual Of the I . .v. llomesteud aim
MORGAN & PAN CO A ST,
It. Land and lot contests handled with a knowledge
of the business. Witnesses sought out
in Contest Cases.
We will buy or sell your Property or rent it at legitimate rates of commission
and Advertise in this column free of expense to you.
Office on C Street, Opposite the Land Office.
Police officer Larrabee's ret-igna-
atioti to take effect December 1st it totiiuir interest to call onus for Informa
was read to the council last night and( Hon and counsel
Foil Sale—A good (arm on Red Rock
northwest of town, cheap.
' Splendid claim In township 23 1 w.
AND LAND ATTORNEYS Fino lot east of railroad, 50x162, with
good well, cheap.
p rry uU Unthrto. o. T. Three lots in southwest part of
The aboveftnn will give careful attention
to all business placed In their care, and itlve original town tor- ' ■
special attention to business before the , , ■ \vhncf/in
I t'liltod states l,and onice. settlers will find *.«ooo loi in \\ narion
(Mice West of Ijlltll (Jfllce.
Lot and building 25x40 on B street
Suitable shack or building In central
location, for carpenter shop.
Level lot between railroad reserve
and Cow Greek.
Will pay fair price for a fair bottom
eiaim or good upland claim.
A very fine claim on Red Rock for
Three elegant resident lots in West Wanted—A good bottom claim at
Perry, near school reserve. oncc.
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