The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 147, Ed. 1 Monday, March 12, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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K. H. PERRY 6c CO.,
F^lour, Peecl, Hay andalll<incis Gcirden field Seeds.
7th Street, One-Half Block North of Square.
Farmers Trade a Specialty.
KAILR0 D TIME TABLE.
fol TU 111 I O p
Vo. Texas Kiprtsj 9 p, u
So v.. i/kuj h xpreiv . u a,
No i.j, Local t itUlit Vvja.m.
No. <' , Chiostro i xfles. 6 15 *. h. i
No. 4' :. Missouri Mlvcr txpress i i*. m. i
F. K \vr«i*Bvtir, Agent. '
Perry, u i., \ov. in, 1K9S,
Gill, of Guthrie, is in the \
up from Guth-
Ai.Jy McDonald ia
W. W. ilatto, ot Stillwater, in in
I Judge Campbell is back from New-
J. D. Curry of
Arkansas City la in
No. II lioiiU Its
At ■ Jt A >1. I'oriy LotWe i. uuiu. us
reuului coimnunlcatli-n tlie nrst ntl
tlltl'l wetlnevUivs ut htt:i on l> •!reel All
Masons In go.xl .landing cordially iiiviteii.
It I - iiuy' . iv. .\l l>r. C L Taylor,sec,y.
Real - Estate!
Buyers Must Hav# Bargains.
WE HAVE THEM
IT li C m.,i .i of a local union XoODj,
J • I'erry, Oklahoma, meets every iri- ,
day t venliiL' at , ■" p in, at the < ity* Hall ,
Yl.itlng brothers always welcome v.,
Vanderp< >1, Scretan C. W. 1'rlnce,
Here thev are:
E. C. Lewis of Kansas City is in
J. R Antram of Fort Scott is in the
L. Asbncr of St. Louis was in ves-
Perry* Blubau8b' of Guthrie, is in Three fine residence on West D
' r|V u. , „ . , street, Perry Proper.
J. P. Simms, of Cross, is in town to-
\* TFKN ST A H P« rry chapter I" D day.
mliioetr regularly on the second ami : . Ir . V tmp rosirl^nt W
fourth Mondays ol -ach month at hall on h \ J. II. Wilson, of Cross, washers ' ni lot
itreet. Mstorscordially Invited. ! voaterdav
l.niina I Morris. in < 1.. Taylor. *
^ x' *""ec J • | H. C. Post, of Kildare, was in Perrv
ti B. itodecker of Oklahoma City
is in town.
We have removed our immense stock ot
east front, Perry
Ao. I \v. -I'. iry i.odtfr N'o. 1", \nri.-nt
order of l.'nltHU \\ >ikim«n. meets «*verr
•nlni/. Hoard ol Trade hall",
Visit In if hri'th
J %MI> 0 I'otri
Ma«d< r Wotkman.
o i CherokeeLodgaNo n.i. o o.
Fen y . Okla. Ter.. iim -is ••ver> I hi rs-
hi. . i>ii • l '. sir*-*-t.
YvMth. Visitors arc
tw-iwceii sixth and
altraye well m
O. O 1 AI Ml H.
M. K. Booth, of New York, come in
Sam Klein, of Cincinnati, was in
Edgai W. .fonts was up front Guth-
" "• steiuuv.
House and three
lots in North
Alt kinds of tee Is at Fleming &
For fresh butter, tgg* and vegeta-
bles go to Whitney's, B street, near
Purse lost containing 83. Any one
lln ling same will please leave at tliis
oftlee and oliiige. (J. G. Glack.
A cup of Parks' Tea at night moves
the bowels in the morning without
pain or discomfort. Soltl by Perry
F'Ut Sai.;: F'rst class milk cow.
K. 11. Perry it <'o., Feed Store, Hev-
en'.h and Li.
Baby buggies- We are showing a
lino of children's carriages which for
style and quality can not lie equalled.
Cuinmings <Sc Brown.
Large, fat mackrcl and Labrador
herring at Curnmings' Mercantile
Company during Lent.
Call at Cuniniinga & Brown and se.
the New iJomestie. Every niat'lunc
wan anted for live years.
\\ . 1J. Lamson, of Kansas City, is
Professor Hallo -k of Oklahoma
City is in Perrv.
ardware and \ mplements.
to the Beatty building on the corner of D and 6th St.
Welch (V Faulds,
Republican Club Meeting*
The Second ward Republican Club
u ill meet Monday evening March 12.
at 7:30 o'clock sharp, at the office of
Stewart & Sevier over Palace drug
Store _ A. H. Bolus,
J. O. Kooqle, Sec., Chairman.
Whitney is making
prices on groceries,
ions. Call on him I
and save mone
door east of 7tli
\\ m. Kverarts of Chicago i
with money to invest.
11. C. Kelly of Joplin Mo., is here
to invest in Perry earth.
S. S. McManus' of New Orleans is
here with intention to invest. '
C. Thompson of Ashland, Neb., is
in tne city with a view to locate.
Harry It. Clancy of Dallas, Texas,
is in the city and likely to invest.
\V. II. Dalton of Newkirk has been
spending a couple of days in Perry.
T. W. Beim of Kansas City is 111
I'erry today on business relating to
W.C.Sam of Wichita is here 011
busini .;s for a capitalist. lie likes
M. A. Browlty, of Frankfort, Kan- -
>as, i, i 1 Perry w.1.1 a view of going
„ . Frank 1). Northrup of the Eagle-
flour i.nd pro vis- Gaii tie is In the city and male Hit
■fore purchasing Times a pleasant call.
lu I I.I' Field
N. M. Robbins, whose announce-
ment will be found 111 another col-
umn, has enteied the field for justice
of the peace. He is an urbane and
educated gentleman and if elected
u ill give Ins time, attention and best
ability to an otlice for which he is
well qualified and to which he has
pretty good assurances he will be
E. E. HOWENDOBLER
Is agent for a large lactory and is enable to save the middle
man's profit on all grades of wall paper.
to select from.
100 Elegant Designs
Also a fine line of
and Jewelry, Paints and Oils.
^20.000 stock ol Drv Goods to
trade lor Perry property.
\\ anted to trade Perrv property
1 for stocks of Hardware, Boots
and Shoes and Groceries.
Fine residence on the hill, North
Perry. Awful Cheap.
. „ . 1 A llappy Parly.
A line lot one-hall value in block ; Prof. A. L. Young and wife, of
26, Perrv Proper. Guthrie, gave a most pleasant dance
I at the Blue Beli hall Friday night.
The professor and his wife came o
| organize a dancing clu . of whicii
about one hour of each dance will be
D St., west of 6lb St devoted to instructing 111 who may
. wish to learn. This club is to be
composed of the best peop.e of the
do a large rental business, j city and promises to be a very pleas-
Come and see us ant pastime for them. One' lesson « lclr, ,
j will be given each triday evening for 'oremott citizens and businessmen.
] a term of 12 lessons. Those present He cam ' to Perry and brought with
! last night were: j him mtney and energv. He built a
hiindle nothino-but bart' iins I Mr-aild \l> s. Emmet Beattie, Mr, ; handsome residence ' and a cigar
^ : and M,-. Cobb. factory. He then removed
Mesdames Judge \\ E. East, "is family to his pi; c \ He equipptd >0
Wilder, of Mulhall: Has:irgs, of Chi- 'lis factory so that it is one of the best 'tlown my neck.'
•ve nlso write Fire, Tornado Life and cago- in oklahoma t,.. _ _
103, C Street.
A. I\ Prucha & Co.
Among the bright and thrifty firms
which a ;*e just now giving to Perry
tlio prrtptf name of a progressive
n an f tur ng city is that of A. F.
Pr « ha <Si Co. At the head of the
ii m is Mr. A. Prucha, one of Perry's
As heard by a Times perambulater.
''How do you like the ticket?"
if r ^ou 9ee ^ that committee-
well, I suppose we'll have to swallow
'•That bovine specimen is a tough
one but we'll have to 4hoo do' him."
"I'm a hide-bound' dved-in-the-
wool democrat, but I'll be doggoned
if voj can crowd any Stear meat
Oklahoma. Today, Mr. Prucha
Misses—Maude Earl, Caruthers, employs seven hands/ He is turninc
Britta and Ida Smith, Bates, Hope "f a"~i"
it street, second
->i. Jiicuaroson, .jr.,
T ^ 1 1 /'A 1'. J. Van Arsdale, W.
/ / VI II Tr I r\ H. Winbers, C F. Ju
IV b II I 1 1 I j Merrill, Lew B.'..tiie.
1 v v CI 1 L \ v, W. iand Mr'Umw"'
I11 Endless Variety.
We are now prepared to show you an
elegant assortment of
DRESS GOODS and
A splendid line of
A line lln* of
A large assortment of
Prints, Ginghams, Muslins.
>1 f. II. St Hart started north
t d i\ tj v sit some one of h.jr rela-
ti. cs .10 is seriously ill.
A. Detd, of Gathrie, came in
tlii.i morning Hceompauied bv W. 11.
; Gill of the same city.
St Patrick's Hay will surelv he
c I b a ea in giaiu st.ileat the'peo- —— —
; p e ■ Tiuatre. Come oiie, come all.
bi^'invoa '"of"tT hT jUH8t reccive(1 a the city ^esterdav/the"guest of^JIi"
i^!rheWto^nd"0Me''t ■"'d M™- Ch-
T K Tlntrln .,f r'.oi .•« • „ money will be spared to make
I'.'.v : lnp' Wfls 111 St. Patrick's Day a grand one at the
i u, jesterda> in attendance on the People's Theatre, Don't f iil to
convention of the A. 0. U. W. attend. 1 to
Curtis Ka'e Collar, of Gathrie, Tecli
Rooerts, Carrie j/ownie, Ganiger, of
Leavenworth; Miller, of Guthrie,
j Messrs.—( . \\ . Coty, .luilge (). W.
Huek, G. W. Brute, j. F. Collar, T.
M. Richardson, Jr., W. K. McL'iung,
W. Wj 1.n, Will
ust ice, Chas. D.
Fred L. Bailey
M. J. Gregg, of Frankfort, Kansas,
is here with the intention of locating
if he finds n suitable location
D. T. Leon, of Arkansas City, came
in this morning, lie savs Perry is a
noble young city
In the police court the docket
shows about nineteen cases of gamb-
bling and selling liquor without
license. These cas.-s will be probably
called up today, when the court will
be crowded with interested parties.
. • ............. ■ 11 ia 1 ui Hill,
out a product second to none in qual-
ity in the territory, and rapidlv grow-
Mr. Prucha is a Bohemian by birth,
nut an Am. rican by adoption. Like
h h coi n rymen, he'is patriotic, hon-
| est aud industrious. Like all true
Bohemians lie is of the best brand of
American citizen .
Send fifty cents in money or stamps
and get a copy of Calvert's Settlors'
Guide. If you are interested in hold-
ing a claim or quarter of school land,
or a town lot, y ou can't afford to do
without this book. Address. J L
Calvert, P. 0. box 125, Perrv, O. T.
"W eli, John, I've got to quit vou.
I m a democrat, but I will not be a
party to such a jobbery as was perpe-
trated in that convention, Saturday."
" Phe kid for city clerk, did you say?
\\ eli, we had to do something for
him or lie would have been "vagged"
for having no visible means of sun-
"Stop to one side here, I want to
swear to you on the quiet. What in
the tl^vil did you fellows iguord the
only Simon-pure democratic paper in
this city for? Because too much pur-
ity and democracy won't mix, see?
Small boy (aside)—"Gee whiz, but
those Little Giant Pills take the cake."
Sold and warranted by all druggists.
The following are the oases filed:
and speaks well of J.A.Dorian vs J. E. Coyle, appeal
, „mMS | from U.S. Holt, J. F, court. A. S.
cos. at Pioneer drug store, ('street The Epworth Leacuo will meet to-! 0ades vs D. C. Williams. Stetson &
between Seventh and Eighth. morrow night^ iTthe Mrthodl.t Sheldon vs Carter, ct al, appeal from
Wood, for ?• ^layt°n. E. II. Cook vs Bro
church, with Rev
•Ij i "uiv.li, ILI1 fit . U
re j t their regular exercises.
A grand masquerade ball
given .it the People's theat.., .
Patrick's day. Everybody invited." .Mrs. W. M. Stone, of Oklahoma
ti , Gi y is visiting her son, W. A. S one
\v, 1 M''a T' CV0. the, K0a':011 8,1 ifi home o North Sixth street'
I)' ir to t i'1''', , , tho, People's SI e is accompanied bv her niece
theatre St. Patrick's day. Don't fail Mi,s August Ayric of Des Moines, la.
i to see it.
Parks' Sure Curt
pan & Jackson. Restraining order
and application for received.
Territory vs John Bough, Habeas
Corpus, remanded to jail. John J.
Lamar vs John Oliphant, injunction
Jiaiiiiu \ s
, ... | llie second ward club has rented dismissed. For March 12' II 'f Rut-
'ho aro"1 ali°"run ^vl0?Lh^L7TL„!°"ard.Br°s-.F°- ! U'r 1' A' WeidemanLsuit for' rent.
:;'"Lf°r "omen who are all "run eery the first door west of M (
troubled bv h T ,tlni,;S ,lu'" ' (>rd's hardware store on C street be-
troubled by backaches headaches, tween Seventh and Eighth and will
t .. Sold bv all druggists. , open permanent headquarters when
a large banner will be spread to the
Star Clothing Co.
Special - Sale.
•J u ti
6,000 Yards of
At 6 1 • cts,
'i"he Episcopal church people have
purchased a lot on North Seventh
street upon which they will erect a
church building. Tho lot was pur-
chased from Em mi tt Beattie for *175
The«e Roods sell at 10 cents the world over.
They are all now Spring styles. This sale
will commenco Monday morning. February
f Mli. and coat I mi three days only.
Ladies Fast Black Hose
At 5 cents per pair.
Ous competitors sell tho same quality at 10
Cents, W«< M'll them at A orntu
Cull on us for
I W. I. Church, of Stanton Post, G.
A. It., says: "I have tried nearly
every cough remedy but have found
I nothing to compare with Parks'
Cough Syrup. There is nothing on
I earth like it for bronchitis. 1 have
! reffered ever since my discharge
I from the army and Parks' Cough r '"' ,->t
Syrup is the only remedv that has , n,ntcd by all druggists.
ever helped me." Sold by all drug, j For K^
A bouse of four rooms, corner I
In another column will be seen the a,ld 13th streets, North and West
annoucement of Jay A. May. Ho is a Perry. Dr, Cullimore.
young man of energy and push and
will fight for a nomination in the re- For sale.
publi an convention for councilman Good business making #75 to *100
ol the fifth ward. We hope he may per month. Investment less than
o. s. holt, j. p.
Fred White, Minnie Harrison, Nel-
lie Whitney and Len Owens vs C. A. i
Weideman. Attachments dismissed 1
and judgement against Al Ray. j
Peete Bros. M'f'g Co. vs Scruggs,'
suit on aect., dismissed.
b eeze and thp stars and stripes run
up on a forty foot pole. Thev will
bold their first meeting there on
Monday at 7:30 p. in.
> There is nothing in this world that
§iood dlsorders'as Beg^^oodPud' I The Delineator for April is the sec-
fler ami Blood Maker It dries u,i i 2 ° great spring numbers, and
blotches and pimples on the face 1 h'1" m,ln> special features in addition
heals old sores and eruptions makes ; unuH"a">" line display of at-
I yellow skill dear and transparent' jra^,ive1?tJ'les' Prominence is given
and keeps the bowels and liver in i i • V5 illnK.,ln ?" illustrated article
perfect condition. Sold and war- ' describes how to ride and what
• -- - - "nu "al to wear, and also in a full page of fig-
bicycling costume and an
)ieco of music entitled "The
Q|| - clothing sale in February was a big success and
thanks to the public. Now we expect to do
just as we advertise.
Lot No. 1.
Itememherwe sell for cash only and will
not deviate from the rule under any eli -
umstanees. We will save yon money on
105 7TH ST
' v< uupu fI 1 «t \
not have occasion to carry out his de*-
claration thai he will run independ-
ent in he event of failing to get a
nomination. A good republican will
Miami by his party under all circum-
"If you don't look hotter, feel bet-
ter, eat better and sleep better, bring
it back." That is what we say when
we sella bottle of "Park's Sure Cure."
If you are not feeling just right, if
your head aches; your back aches;
Riley & I.aMar.
A daily newspaper is not run on
wind. Parties who desire to an-
nounce themselves as candidates wiil
bring their notice with .*5.00
urea ... B
original piece of music entitled "The
Cyclists' March." Mothers of fami-
lies will be glatl of the aid of the very
suggestive paper on "Fitting out of
the Family for Spring and Summer,"
and both mothers and daughters will
bo interested in the opening chapter
of a series treating of the relationship
between the two. The subscription
price of the Delineator is .si.00 a vear
Single copies, 15 cents. Published bv
The Butterfleld Publishing Co., (lim-
ited),New York, and for sale bv local
agents and newsdealers.
jit'duted llntca In CaliruruU ami Interim..
Shoes sokl for $2.50 at $1.60.
English Cordvan, worth R5.00 at S.'l.OO
Durham Calf Waterproof, worth Sti 00 at 84.00
I hrome Kid Tan or Black, worth 86.00 at 84 00
Dongola worth xfi.CO at 84.00
Calf wort 11 80.00 at 84.0O
Vicia Kid worth 88.00 at 84.00
Calf Tan Bluchor worth 87.00 at 85.00
Calf Tan Lace worth 87.00 at 85.00
Patent Leather Dancing Shoes, worth 83.00 at 82.00
The Odd Fellows, on Sunday night,
naid a high compliment to fl'ie Rev
Mr. Woods by marching in a body to
. — hi* church in West Perry and attend-
your stomach distresses yon; if you uig divine service. . ... louIf, M
are out of sorts" and don't know The compliment was well bestowed 835 50 round irin u^'i 1
what the trouble is, why don't you nrnl well deserved and the exchequer days from date 'nf anlo re^uln
z isrsttat tssPiF
ss"*"sgw ">• ■"" "'-""j
The Santa Fe will sell tickets to
San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego
LosAngelcs, Deming, ElPaso, Ogden!
Salt Lake, and all points intermediate
via route, at rate ot 8*20 t>ne way, and
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We Have fp;, TOE
ot. J^OUIS W
In Fact any Toe you Want.
Common sense or anything else.
Call IN and SEE GOODS.
Star Clothing Co.
P. S. Notice Hat Sale in show window.
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 147, Ed. 1 Monday, March 12, 1894, newspaper, March 12, 1894; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116364/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.