The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 201, Ed. 1 Monday, May 14, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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THAT DESTITUTION CASE.
(mi < f .« M« |i Hill.
In a recent insue of the Timkk an
article appeared in relation to Mr.
Walters and the alleged dentitution of
C. Tallefarro, from the Fourth ward
proved his knowledge of parliament-
ary lav-. Chprlie is one of the best
colored worj.m in the republican
Walter Taylor and Joseph lioboney
were before the police Judge this mor-
ning for fighting and were fined one
dollar and cost, with the admonition jjjg fainijy consisting of an infant and
to sin no more. i three children, the oldest a boy of
The Ladien Aid society of the Christ- fourteen.
ian church will give an ioe cream and The facts, or alleged facts, were
| strawberry social Tuonday evening ' given to the Timi's representative by
j May 1 ~>th, on the government square. .Mrs. I'vans and -Marshal Tayor in the
Music by the band. i ehlef's oltlc* before the marshal had
j^-| sJ.u. Anritat The A 0. C. W. will nw-i Friday Iinvestigatedfora veriiwatum of tlw
Oiderot thited^Vorlcmeh meetsevery | ancj ay members arc requested to be ' tory. It now appears that Afr. Wal-
present as it in the last meeting before H an honeRt, hard working mail
is out of employ
ment. That there is now and was at
the time thai Mrs. Evans reported to
police headquarters, clothes, food and
! Thioago tomorrow. Mr. Weber is a
i> captalist and may decide to make
real estate investments here.
< has. Volliner and Lou Heat tie ac*
i tUluhojua « <Hiiuil n • •
i i iiui sday night at n
11 st iv* i
A. ° 1
1 t i-lay evening, at Odd l«-llo \- itull \ l.-lt
ilia brethren cordially welcomed.
lB^o,a,r J ML.il'workmu,, the grand lodge and important reports ho, unfortunately
~— are to be submitted
Io u i i'.ny Kfi' om.inem *■ l'.-i i v
«'• . Uir *-l 'I'lle&dil.t •**• 11«11 S' at i
. yi ft! ( :li t y>-llow = ball. Vtsltlll} | ftl r ,
. mi «•«.i•linily mui..1 toattend « company, Will be in the city from
i*:tiitit*r.«' r. Win. iiighiuau ■"
Joseph Weber, til llic Star Clothing
ami tbIi.l saturtla^ .it
In liarrf'tigcr ball Mrst Mali way rait ol
tard of trade, Ml old and vlsltlug meoi
i >, n-iiih -u l to lw | <i • -s«-1 it I- II ivriy,
>nsm) i >iii I M. black, clerk.
Let your wife suffer .with heat.
Not buv a Reliable Gasoline Stove, of
As well as ;ill your-
corner Sixth and IJ Slit
PERRY, O. T
VS | i:ilN S| \|« I'. I I .
I . i III \\ • till" Sllll \
«t|l lite mtiiIhI •«11 < I
) m il in.tut li ui ball
i llalh in\ ib 'I. Ian
II | ( ||. i ■ k« . I.oil uI N" II. I 11. < I,
Perry . okla. I «i . m**ets « \t r> I bin
• •iiiii). at 7 p. in "ti '• I ' .-trci-t
•ii sixth and seventh. Visitors art
VM.MLH, J W,
Secretary. Noble (.rami
K. f r Perry l.odgc. \-i • U.
me< 11 eyi rjr Mouda) nl ht
Ml visum# Knlgbts welcome
w V. Ratmoxd, K of It. and s.
medicine at the home of Mr. Walters,
and that lie is not dependent upon
public charity. He is a young man
who appears to love bis family, and
who is holding over them a strict.
conipanirri l.y two a.-rompllnhert lrnlios Imr,,in.iHl.ip and <loll.K ti..-
j ilrovp many iuIIbh int.. Il.e rural <IU-, mu|er MI,NtaiH.,.s Tll0'
11 ri.-l y.> terda.\ Tl.cy report t !.<■ most „hi(.f j(oli(,u h.(8 Pxlimincd itU(1 tlll,
U l.-K.-ml farm.i.K.liHtri. l on -•artli. Hitualio and I'iikIh that I lie story d„.-h
Our (jcnial uf'^cr, Tom Vanan<dall, ,10t cljime with tin aftermath of faeU
! returned thiH inorniiiK from an ex- Hiucc elicited. Mrs. Kvana, itappearH
tended lu iilal lour through the eaat now. lives nowhere in the vicinity of
and eKpecially the old blue j;r:iHH Mr. Walteru, and iu telling her Ktory
Mlate. Mr. \unarHdaii brin^H witii should at leaHt hnv.1 exercised more
liim his accomplished bride and l'erry judgment in their relation.
will hereafter be bis home in deed
1 lt«* < iuviifkut; Ueaut.t lit W.mittii
Is a luxuriant growth of hair. Beggs'
llair Renewer js guaranteed to give
natlH fact ion, iu it is a purely vegeta-
ble preparation, and acts directly on |
the roots of the hair. Sold and war-
ranted by all druggists.
Ii. A. it. Kuettui|uiifill.
For the above event at (inthrie,
May loth to 17th, the Santa I'e route
will sell round trip ticket* from Perry
at si.20 each. Tickets oti sale May
14th to Hlih, ineluflivc, limit for re-
turn to May 1Mb.
"J-:. E. WRCTEKVKI.T, A^t.
Golden Lagle Qotliin."' Company,
and in truth.
H. 0. Raw lings received a letter
from John llanley who is visiting in
Illinois to the effect that he would
It.< • Miid .1 i r \ ikm! anion N<> • -*4.
I'd i> , nklalioiiia, in >ts • v«ry hi)
enbiK at T v) |> in, at the i It v Hull.
\ Islllnn t'lotln i always weleoine. \v. s
\ aii(ter|KMil, >eei *tar> , c. W. I'rinre, I'res
IS. < .V .1 < l
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s. \ \Mlll-.ltrool.,
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Mini; i't '■ at
■att . Vlvltlnw
\y. A V. M I't-rry Lo<lg - N". l". hollis Its
regular eoitiiuuiifcatloll tb** first anil
third Wednesdays at ball on l street. All ...
Masons In good standing cordial!) Invited. , soon be here with his family to make
I' l . Itairtiv, m M lo ' K.'taylor, sec,y. . . *„, .
j Perry his permanent home, roomaen
rain lias made planting impossible in
Illinois and what seed planted has
rotted by excessive wet.
Yesterday the son of Mr. Humphry
of South Perry, received a painful
gunshot wound in his arm. Hi? was
herding cows in the suburbs with
companions. In playing with a pistol
it was accidentally discharged with
the above result. J)r. Breugle was
1 called and dressed the wound.
In the matter of poll tax the street
i commissioner informs Thic timks,
citizens are very derelict. The law
provides a penalty for the neglect of
a citizens to respond when ordered
out by the commissioner and this
remedy will be speadily applied if the
law is not respected in this regard.
The matter of street sprinkling
should be comiidered by the council.
41 ti i* liraiidiiiotber Way
Was U} steep roots and herbs and
use it every night. We can do the
| same by using Parks' Tea. Nothing
I acts ah promptly ami without discom-
i fort. Not a pill or a cathartic but
i moves the bowls e^ory day. Sold by
mie .if hip i . iiui ifi.i j Perry Drug Co.
f Oklahoma- . Iteinovul.
We take pleasure in announcing
that after this date Parka'Sure Cure
will remove all traces of rheumatism,
kidney treuble or liver complaint
from the user. It is today the only
medicine that is guaranteed to cure
these diseases or no pay. Parks'
tl ..... . ... i Sure Cure is sold by Perry Drug Co.
Mother earth is being covered with
a heavy coat Of green. ( Vour Attention for a Moment I'lease.
Wait till the Perry band comes and 1 Cheap rates via the .Santa Fe route
we'll all talte tea. Ho says Aaron. j from Perry. Buy your tickets at depot
RED ROCK GOSSIP.
*«) Letter froi
Rkij Hoc k, May 6th. j
Rain, rain, rain.
(hardens looking flue as is also the
potatoe and vine.
Mrs. Spears and daughter moved on
their claim last week.
Southwest Corner 7th ami D St.
Mr. Boswell of Texas, will hereafter j before getting on train
Homer < Jones Post N- M,
•Is \.*t> M'Uida.v eveiitnuat T <i
li ball neui tin* i orneroi • .■ v«*mb
. i Ml ' ' .ill nl' b*- 111 \ lt«-d t <> 111*-' •!
Ituiir. I i omi\ i it.
, \;;t i uniinander
Pryor is at the Wolfe, from
< 'it v
R. H. Roberts is in the
.1. W. MeKrane in dowing th
from St. Louis.
.1 Holder came up from Oklahoma
City this morning.
Chas. Manpin is in the city from the have suffered Ion *
World's Fair town.
T. J. Hoyt of Stillwater was in the
city yentcrday visiting friends.
Jan. Pentecoast of (luthric is in
perry in the interest of his claim.
J S ( robeby, of Pond Coek, was in
I he city Saturda.s the guest of J C
A runaway borne on the public
square afforded some excitement this
William (j rant Indian is showing
himself to be quite a farmer these
Will Hamlin has returned from
Missouri ami will go to work on his
Why is it that the patrons cannot
got their mail regularly at the Red
McKinney has a weekly paper, a
good medium fordisecminating neigli-
If the old contract of the city is not to borhood news and democracy,
be carried out then let's have a new James Paines while returning home
1 one and have it at once. The merchants ' from Perry last week got a ducking
nough from dust. in K.ed Rock. The particulars we did
make bis home in Red Rock toWn. | money In purcfiasing round trip tickets (
Hj,jp j to local points, 1U per cent, is thrown
' , .. , | off. You will (as compared with pay-
hdward Conklin was up from Otoe h (loullle lo(,a| rateH| , buying '
looking over Red Rock township last I Hc.lcetm to
Orlando and return save
of Perry, for everything in
Many men stand ready to sprinkle
the streets at once if that old con-
tract was out of the way.
One.half or the entire interest in
one of the best pa\ ing grocery stores
! in thi city is for sale. On account of
poor health the owni r is compelled to
I withdraw from business, and there-
fore offers a rare hagain. Have a
good location and the best country
trade in the city, books will prove it.
We now have a party that will take a
Ti. Austin sold his claim to AI. j
Kerns. An expensive contest was
pending. Wise are they who seek to
settle such matters.
"The Teller*' suggests that P count}
build an asylum for its insane. Would
not a soup house bo better during the 1
reign of democracy.
A grand supper was to be given
Saturday night in McKinney, but
owing to the absence of the Pern
band, supper was postponed and
many hungery souls wended their way
Kd in ond 44
W infield 44
Wichita 4 4 44 14 05 44
A proportionate saving to other A.
T. & S. F. local points. Remember to
call for round trip ticket. Get to
depot early to avoid the rush.
E. E. Westervelt.
Agent A. T. & S. F. R. R.
.hivi arrived—new line of
Golden Eagle Clothing Store.
i ill the
city and is after
interest of a St.
c. S. Russell frmii St. Joe had his half interest if agreeable, or will sell
table at the Wolfe to- full stock to one party. For informa-
tion inquire at this office.
The following is a list of the mem-
bers of the Perry base ball club:
Homer Boswick, c; O. H. Bevis, p; J.
W. McClintic, 1st b, captain; Earnest
Jones, 2nd b; Frank Adams, ss; Will
Winters, 3rd b; Harry Leonard, rf;
John Whittaker, cf; Butch Myers, 1 f.
An elegant diamond lias just been
completed southeast of the city and
the boys will practice each evening at
^ o'clock. Perry has first-class ania-
ture timber and many interesting habeas corpus, lie was again arrest-
names will take place this summer, ed, which is tbe cause of tbe present
Call at Cummingd & Brown and nee ( A K()od ,)a|1 team iH a joy forcver um) hearing. Bound over to the grand
tbe citizens should K've a liberal sup Jur> '10 8Un'
port . The Grip.
ire, |cc, ice, An experience with this disease
As the warm weather is about to during all its past epidemics, war-
set in, 1 wish to say to the public that rants the bold claim that Dr. King's
Discovery will positively cure
feet under tin
K. II. Bliss i
The family of Kd Mock ley came in
to (lay,and they will at once move in-
to their new home.
L. H. Barlow is building a neat res-
idence on north Seventh and will soon
bring his family here.
The P county delegates to the con-
gressional convention at Oklahoma
('itv will leave tonight.
After this date all stock found run-
ning at large in this city (Perry will
be taken up and impounded, as pro-
vided for in ordinance. T. J. Taylor
Chief of Police.
John T. Reed was before Judge J.
M. Gore this morning charged with
carrying a concealed weapon. Reed
was recently arrested and tried in the j
police court for the same offense and j
convicted, then released oil a writ of
the New Domestic. Every machine
warranted for five years.
N. S. Walker and K. B. Brooks were
eating strawberries at the Wolfe to-
day. They bail from St. Louis.
The Jewell and New Process tjaso
linn stoves, the best in tbe world at
I'leming, Mockley & Co.'s.
Tbe Itacket store has been moved
to the building oil l> street lately
vacated by the district clerk.
The case of Butler and Potter vs.
Hill on lot 1M, block 24 came up before
tbe townsite hoard and was continued
Musky to Loan—At law oftlce of
Hansom & Bailey, directly south of
the land oftlce. Chattel security re-
!)i<>" Ads Cost Bi<( Money.
\ \ I "v i j Should the Papers have it?
\ ) 1 1 V NOT YOU?
See What we give you this week. PhC ^
American and European
llolhtrs worth of
Baby buggies— We are " I naVertised" druggist and get a trial
line of children's carriages which for |M,ttlc free. Send your name and ad-
hI vie and quality can not be equalled, dress to II. K. liucklcii & Co., Chica-
Ciimmings & Brown. «<>• and get a sample box of Dr. King's
i New Life pills free, as well as a copy
M.S. Dowden is here from New ()f (Juide to Health and Household
York state and savs Ibis country ; Instructor free. All of which is gear-
beats anything he ever saw for the | a 11 teed to do von good and cost you
growth of vegetation. noth,n* J' M' K<'mi"Kl0^ druB*iHt-
Hemming and Brown recei sd a car itepuiiii. mi i muontiun
, „„ Kor the republican convention lobe
uf new furuiturc to-day. ihese a.c ,„.ul u, oklahoma City Mav lfttli, the
enterprising gentlemen and are being Santa Fo road will sell round trip
rewarded by a good business. j tickets from I'erry at *i>.ti; cents each.
. . , - Tieckets on Bale Mav 14th and ISth
'I he superintendent of Sunday liniltt'.l for retnrn to May lllth.
schools of the Congregational church : U.K. WusTtcuvi'l.t, \g'..
of the territory svas here vesterdav ... ,, ,
J ' Velloiv. I>rl«*il I I* :iii«I \\ nnltU U
and organized a Sunday school. Is this the way your face looks? If
The contest of (iuthrey vs. Dulaney ! so, try Uegg's Blood Purifier and
involving tittle to ne. of 21-1 west is ^ not only nurifles
. . , . .. . . . the blood, but renews it, and gives
mi trial today in the land office. Ibis yOUr faet a bright youthful appear-
is valuable quarter just west of the ;vn(.0. Sold and warranted by all
# lty. druggists.
we are in the ice business and have
been ever since the memorable 18th. each and every case if taken in time,
Have come to stay9and while it haa and patient takes the ordinary oare
been hard scrabling to make enough to avoid exposure. Another thing
to feed my team and live, 1 have has been proven, that those who have
made it possible for all to have ice usek Dr. King's New Discovery, es-
whenever they were in need of it. cape the many troublesome after re-
am! we are now prepared to till all suits of this disease. By all means
orders large or small on short notice get a bottle and try it. it is guaran-
at reasonable prices. Live and let teed, and money will be refunded if
live is our motto. Very respectfully, no good results follow its use. Sold
W T. Smith. Manager. by J. M. Remington,
8th street, South Perry.
Is Your Totigiu*
k-imr's coated, you throat dry. your eyes
• dull and inflamed, and do you feel
generally when you get up in the
.ti ..n morning? Your liver and kidneys
are not doing their duty. Why don't
vou take Parks' Sure Cure. If itdoes
Those who have used Dr.
New Discovery know its value, and
those who have not, have now the
showittu a I opportunity to try it free. Ca]
^ I advertised druiririst and irel
not make you feel better it costs you
nothing. It cures Bright's disease,
diabetis and all kidney complaints.
Only guaranteed cure. For sale by
Perry Drug Co.
IIkadciuahtkrh Homkr C. Jonios,
Post No. 43, Orand A it.my ok 1
Till': ItEm'Bi.ic Departmkst ,
or Oklahoma. i
prrry, (). T., May 10, 1HW4.
The :iuth day of May being the day
dpon which all loyal citizens unite in
paying respect lo comrades of the
(irnnd Army who have joined their
comrades on the other shore. Homer
('. Jones post hereby request all
churches and civic societies in Perry
to join with them in a proper observ-
ence of that day in teaching a lesson
of loyalty and patriotism. Due notice
of the line ot march will be given.
A. W. I.kk, Hoiikkt F. Conovkk,
Post Adjutant. Post Commander.
Bought of us this week.
•S'2.00 SAVED on a S10.00 SUIT.
.S2..50 " on a #12.00 "
*3.00 " on a $15.00 "
*3.(10 " 011 a $18.00 "
Is this worth your while to}
look alter'' if so. drop in and ex- j
amine goods. We are determin-
ed to close out our entire stock
ot clothing by July ist, if prices I
will do ii, we will surely suc-
One Word More and we are Done. '
We havH no old shelf worn goods in our
store. Every dollars worth of goods we
offer you has been bought direct from the
manufacturer, for spot cash, sinceXov. 1st,
iv.m. Are therefore new and seasonable.
Kvery article In the house Is marked In
plain figures nl n legitimate profit, there-
fore when we offer you 20 per cent discount
we are giving such an Inducement us will
Insure us your trade.
Just opened a new line ol pure Silk
handkerchiefs, which we will sell at
35c or 3 for a $1.
HOTEL IN PERRY.
Rates same as all First-class Houses.
Buffa best in the Territory
FamOUS,j4 Doors South of Con6th.
South Side of Square, near 0th.
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 201, Ed. 1 Monday, May 14, 1894, newspaper, May 14, 1894; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116417/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.