The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 255, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 17, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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Yours to Please in Queensware and Groceries, L. A, Hearin, One door East of Boston Store, on C St.
rvi TI MM ywiw-l onH A!IT
BFBT n r,i:rrfi. I <iltnr nr! >1 iiiiizyr.
'Mice on I) street, hilf block east
of Public Square.
THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
PI'BLTSHKD EVERY DAY BIT SI KKAY.
BT i tRRIEH
Dlliwr l to any part f tke •< <ty an4
! which has coauU>u;e4 o muck to the
upbuilding' f P*n?er, C ^ Wo
fine brick ar.J can proluco better If
~ur brickmakor- are en^onrt^ed. We
have paint an-, painters and oar
.architect* are meij of standing and.
ability and they will j,ive u no aecond
'hand plan-, but original creation?-
fitted to the wants aii«i the future of
' i he territory.
he money en-
o it that there
ls* . It is home
Probate Ju l^e.
A • rn"y
Ti s irer
Bs. er '•'
Jaitt^e of The !'~
-upt. Public I list
No one de
that is a p
right of the«e
ise of opera;
?hich is part
City « frt« i l.«
C. A. M rr -
I.. I Treem
W M Bow.
J. v. K ogle
ites, bat they very
t entitled and
tbe L nited
' ofmn put forth
■ What k.aa oi a u.vn I hare i
ber.rd a 'Treat deal abo-t it." '-Oh. it
don': r.rr.out? to mich. Z -cui: s
thonr-.t:there act. tfc I'd eerie
dewr. here acd ;ee .f I eorldc': get
my money." And the lir.r o.eedt in-
other confiding community and land-
back in Perry with the blood of hi*
othervictim-, in hi* veins.he flourishes
about and finally disappear*.
Now thit city want* no sueh kind of
investors. It is not the place for
blcwhards and windy speculators. It
is a city where honor and enterprise
will receive dne an;! ,>rop< r recogni-
tion and where Mich eleuit-nU lll be
right heartily rceognized.
The time has com wh.*a nj,
tivc adventures must I>o hea\ ;iy "eat
down upon," when men of character
and standing must he welcomed and ■
-u taint<l. T ic day of "bonuses" has 1
p., ■ 1 by. If a man has ;;ot a good
that this is a good and sub-tantial city <
and just tbe place to bring it to. But if
ht debirt^ a big-'bonus" to help him
to make his fortune give him. with
icy coolness, a gentleman* conge.
Perry is big enough and proud enough
to be exceedingly independent.
Pile* ran l «? C ured
The greatest pile remedy e\er dis-
covered is Beggs' German Salve. It
li 1 • i< 1 effects a perma-
nent cure in an incredible whort space
of time. Alio excellent for cuts,
scalds, burns, and bruises. Ever>
box warranted by all druggists.
N MY OPINION
A. H. ENGLISH
Old Tar "Whisky PRESCRIPTION - DRUGGIST.
• J I .C _ ; 5 . .
firaduato Philadelphia College ot Pli.irinacv.
ACCURACY - PURITY - ECONOMY.-
Special attention given mail orders.
' ltth *rr*<*t. rnmer r
3d Uu.ir south of I'ottodirr.
' UAH. II WT.NN
Attorney at Law.
Will practice In all the territorial and I'nl-
ted States courts.
I> St, east of :th, . Perry, okla.
'po Bant—OSes room. Kami?* or t. j
1 'i ■ • .mi *'ii and p.
MONEY TO LOAN
miity. on Ttli
Jersey |ce Cream Parlor.
NO PATENT, BUT—
Pure Ice Cream Made at Home
From Pure Je.-sey (Team, eonstan'lv on hand.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Parlor, bet. Richardson Bank and Postoffice.
Lynnville - Hotel,
A. J. CHUBB. Prop'r.
Rates $1.00 to SI.50 per Day. First-Ciass Accommodation
North Hide of ESt.. lSi-ttv<-< n (>th and Ttli
A. M. KING 1 Cha,u"
>t , op. I^ind omt t .
. M. >1
. Davis. A. >!
First war l
s* ond War 1
Third ward II. C. ^
HPh Ward V
■*«>«« lvT'ii "k'u:;
Kecelrer ■> • UBf
Chairman .Timothy 11 ^Grath
Ssc'y and i>ls; a.-*
Fred L. Halley.
Postmaster ' '*•
« andldates wlshlnu nnnouncem. nr-
'I li t 1 IMi V. .11" 11
lar-i. So announcement will li ei
until mon^y If i M- 'ii« - '•! i
randldar - indtbe
We are authorized to annouh' • il • m
of Kev 1 l i unran a- ;i « i :nll >r -
tteolBesof Anpertntendentof 8ch 1 I
county, subject to the republican
ITER OF I :
We are authorized to am. n.
of Ben. 1. ^mlth a- i'•. i-ir
flee of re^lstei > ■'■■■ I' <•
Ject to the P county r* |.uh.: an
I hereby announi •
the office ol Uegl
Mibjert to the
l:n If ARI• • • i
We are authorized to announce .1 l(< >
Williams, hom '•••. 1-r- n . !!. 21.1
In west Watkins prueinc'. a- i imii ll l.it ,
for th-- offli Of K■•i.'Nter of l " S, silltjer .
to the decision or r i t* republl' ;in n wjiimi
ling convention of Pcounty.
« OfNTT CLERK.
We are authorized to innouncr ih<-nain«-
of M c. For;I as a eandidate ; r th-- or:i ■
of county clork forl'c ainfy, subject toth**;
republican county convention.
THE TIM ES' POLITIC AI. PL A I I " : M
Protection to the Amerlc.m sliver d- liar.
Protection to American labor by protect-
ing American Industries.
For president of the t'nlted states, 1 S'j6,
William McKlnley, of Ohio.
The waterworks question in still
the paramount is*ue.
We are theatened with another
wholesale house and this time with
of one mighty magnitude.
It is a matter of common talk that
rents are entirely toohigh in this city.
Landlords, for the good of th com-
munity should take a speedy tum'>I<
to the situation.
ous to the good name of a community
as well as to its commercial and finan-
cial standing. These men will come
into a city and, on a very limited
capital of wind and water, they will
start out with a hotel, restaurant or
wine room and, for lack of business
acumen will soon, or shortly, find
themselves among the business splin-
ters of the street when, with a burst
of bogus rage, they will turn round
damn the town which has backed and
maintained them to its own detriment
and eventually to its own intense dis-
gust. There are but a very few new
towns which have not been the vic-
tims of these self-adulatory and over :
bearing "commercial confidence
men. And The Timep takes this oc-
casion to -ay. right here and now,
that no man should receive recogni-
tion who comes to t lis city for the J
purpose of speculating on its present j
to the heavy detriment of its future.;
There Is too much money invested in
Perry to make it the "easy mark "of
the speculative adventurer.
This c ity has too many substantial j
elements to allow itself to bo the spec-
ulative timber of an audacious, in com- I
peteucy and impecunioucs imbicility.
"Where did you come from last," j
one of these fellows is asked, who
left Perry under a -/loud. "Oh, I j
came from Perry, in the strip." •
Mrs, Moody s Ice f ream Parlor
AND CONFECTIONARY STORE.
The Be t Home m.tdt- Bread, Pies and Cakes.
The Finest Cigar* in the Citv.
Four Doors East of tbe Boston Store, on C' St.
What speaks better than price
When the quality is right;
Deeds—not words only—
Are telling now.
Cummin,gs Cash (11T)CC1\,
And See what articles we are going to give
away to our Customers this coming Month.
Cuminings Mercantile Company.
The Kentucky Liquor Co.,
IS IN ITS NEW QUARTERS.
The Purest Liquors and Best Cigars. The most Expert Bartender and the
Coolest, Quietest and Best Place in the City.
Exrlaaive agency for Tonv Faiiki'it Lager IJeer.
Family - Liquors - a - Specialty
J. LEON, Manager. Southwest Cor. 7th and D Sts., Perry, Okla.
St. John's Military School,
4 first-class boarding hool for bojrs and foonc man, pnptrn foi hmlnti
l**e. at the same tluie (>d\* much attention to military training and i. *> st.-.i 1 ruirui
Arms ana ami)nltlons furnished by the i nlted Supei b tjiilMlnir lJ llirhtfui 1 >< j
Hon, Able professors.
RT. REV. E. S. THOMAS, Rector.
m For circulars address, Walter M. Jay. A. M. Head Master.
SIXTH ST., BETWEEN D AND E.
( treat ( learance Sa'e.
Tust = Opened.
New fable Service. Newly Furnished Rooms.
The Only First-Class Hotel in Perry. Rate $2.00
Richardson Mercantile Co.
D Street, Near Northeast Corner of Square.
wish to inform the many readers of the "rimes that we have pur-
phased the entire stoek of
Pkiihy is to be congratulated on
the fact that it lias now an excellent
volunteer fire department. Anarti ■!
of that kind is a good tiiinj; to have'
in a municipality.
It is to be hoped that good men
will be appointed on the commission :
to apportion the territory into thir-
teen council districts and twenty-
six representative districts. Broken
down politician should have Implan -
on this board.
— July 12Aug, I.
In order to reduce and clean up stock we will make a
SLAUGHTER OF PRICES
Unparellelled in the History of Oklahoma.
Pump and Plumbing Goods
Formerly owned by Palmer & Co., and w.ll Continue
the business at the same old stand.
All Pumps and work guaranteed to ;.iive Satisfaction.
Asking you for your kindly patronage we remain yours respectfully.
A. 0. BRUNER,
J. D. RODGERS.
It looks now as if the capitol <|Ues-
tion is settled for all time. The bill
providing the redisricting of the i
Territory of Oklahoma takes away
from the legislature all power to re-
move or interfere with the location o.
the capitol. The people of (lutbrii
are to be congratulated, and strange
as it may appear the other cities of i
the territory are not growling.
1 \ tiiinc. 1 of: pi 1:1:1.
The tax payers of Perry have voted
to expend 000 in the interest of
public schools. This money com- s,
eventually, from the pockets of the
people, from the business men, tbe
merchants and every property holder
be his wealth little or big. These are
the parties who are interested in the
expenditure of this large school fund.
Now, these parties in interest, not
only desire, but they intend to hay
this money expended for tbe best in-
terests Perry and not one cent of it
will go to outside men, either brick,
mortar, paint, hardware or carpenter-
ing work. We have within our bor-
ders every elements necessary to the
construction of a school house or a
score of school houses. We have
right here skilled mechanics to build,
if necessary, a republican palace of
justice. We have n native stone far
at Half Priee
DURING THIS SALE WE ARE DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUT ALL OUR
Clothing-, Hats, Glassware, and all Odds and
Ends in Dry Goods and Shoes.
These Goods will positively be sold at iust Half Price.
Everything else in our entire stock will go at ACTUAL COST during this
sale. Nothing reserved.
^don't fail to AVAIL yourself of this opportunity.^
Come Barly and Avoid the Rush
City and County Scrip taken at 70c on the $1.
July 12 to Aug. 1, 1)4.
S. E. RICHARDSON, Manager.
lO 5 Seventh Street.
./ PROSPEROUS HOME.
ITustinJ. —" Why, it's just a year ago tomorrow that n u n -
/'• — "So it is; and, do you know, I am wearing the same j>
i!-j it! ti was married in, and they are not half worn out "
h'.uband, —" So am I."
/ . — "Why, how strange. Mine were made by the Rami!: i
< :i . o Co., of St. Louis—their Ladies' Hand Sewed."
• — " And mine are their Men's £4.00 Shoe."
. ' : stick to them for shoemakers for the rest of our lives, f r
r as finely as they look."
For Sale Only by the
New York Dry Goods Store,
B. ROCKAWAY, Proprietor.
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 255, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 17, 1894, newspaper, July 17, 1894; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116471/m1/2/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.