The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 256, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 18, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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I Youfs to Please in Queeneware and C-rooeries, L. A. Hearin, One door Bast of Boston Store, on C St.
S I AND FROM
Fearfull Fall in Prices for the Third Week at
Grand Mid-Summer Clearing Out
Safty Valves all Wide Open!! ! t , ^
The Edict has erone forth from the Invincible and Irresistaole One Man Power.
Let Her Go! !! And She "G-oeth"! ! !
Wens and Boys Clothing and Odd Pants, 2ot<> a i-; per cent Discount on the Dollar.
— Every Garment is marked in Plain Figures and the Cut Price in Red Ink.
*5.00 Russian Calf Tan ^
Shoos, all style-: K.very S)3.80 Tan SI,
pair waranted w ^ ^
taundried Neglige- Shirts ^ _
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Xji _r Your choice of any Puff
*1.00 and M.50 Straw Hats / , ) O Bosom Shirt, regardless 7
1 of former price. 1 ' ' ^ 2.50 Tan Shoes,
$1.50 Low Cut Shoes now
Boys Waists ^cor 3 for a Si. We never sold one for Less than 50c.
Black Kateen Shirts, form- — — , \
eriy 81.25, now ' OL/
Come and Examine our Red Ink Bargains. You cant help but buy them
Absolutely one price to all. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money refunded, at w . .
South Side o1 Square, Near Sixth Street.
EAILEOAD TIME TABLE.
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Perry. O. T.. Nov.
a o. 17, Wi-ParrjrLi v
Frfcttj evei Odd Kt >
Iriu' I.H'thr. r : ! I. w
< 'ha- .fayne, of Wichita
J. L. Carter, of Oklahoma City in in
J. < >. Love of Wichita is at the Mer-
S. M. Forest, of St. Joe. is
Ed. Mehmer of the St. Louis is in
; the city.
F. (i. Talbot, of Carthage is at the
The Agricola hotel hauled in an-
other load of visitors last night. It is
rapidly coming to the front as the
hotel of the strip. Landlord Parker
is the prince of hosts.
Rev. Simmons, of the Baptist
church, has purchased the property
the at the corner of E and Eleventh
streets and yesterday moved his
. familv into the neat new house.
n I is Dei
■ of Mill
Whereas. The (ireat I A in has call-
ed our beloved brother, Sam'l C.-
Brown, in the fullness of his years,
from the carcs,perplexities and labors
of this life to the joys and pleasures
of the eternal life beyond the grave;
Whereas Ve mourn in sympathy-
Mrs. Howard Friend, while sitting ,vith the bereaved daughter and with
at her table last evening in her resi- the aged wife, deprived of the com-
denceon Seventh street opposite the panion that was the joy and pride of
land office, felt something crawling her early days and the solace and
about her feet. She started up and comfort of her later years; therefore
saw, running across the floor, a cop- Be it resolved, That we see
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Mrs. W. J. Fahey of LeRoy, N. Y.,
says: "Have tried fifty cough cures.
Parks Cough Syrup is the only one
J. E. Leggott, of Columbia, Okla., is Xhremedy'sold^Perry CmgCo! T^rC1?tUe waiting to-1 1 wd&ui™ t "uy ingVflTthe |
The following cases have been ad-
judicated before Judge CJorc today:
In the matter of Barringer vs. Craw-
ford the case was sent on change of
venue to Justice Clayton.
James Matton vs. Henry Easley,
trial by court, judgement for plaintiff.
Sumner for plaintiff, Manzalla for de-
A. IJ. Rodgers vs J. C. Scruggs as
sheriff, replevin, trial by court. Judg-
ment for plaintiff. Enright & Scott
for plaintiff, Morris for defendant.
Lula Elsworth vs. Maud Pontas and
Ma-ter w "iii.
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Consul i "in I SI i lai k, rlfik .
1-visTMiN sr.\ii. Pern chapter L'.D.,
* a 11 ;••••! I' .' : > "lie
I,mull «"l -1.' 1
onDttrrft. Visitor rdlalljr invite;. Bm-
aa i Morris, * m . W. < I. BWlor,
in the city.
W. A. Sneed of St
Louis came in
The Star omnibu?
line is running ward an adjoining apartment where mortal and the putting on of the im-
mortal; the finishing stroke of a fair
yon K. —( !>•
If. Perry . "k >• I
da* . at • i
between sixth un«l
0 G Pai.MKK.
No. 14. I. M.O.
, every Thurs-
N«'hle <. i ami,
O. J. Stowell, of Cross, O. T., came
in this morning.
Joe McKean i here from St. Joe,
at the Agricola.
F. E. Stockbridge of Kansas City
came in this morning.
H. B. Gardenier, of Winlield is in
the eity and registered at the Agri-
the handsomest picnic or party wagon .Mrs. Friend's baby was asleep on the
in the territory. The painting of the tioor. With the rapidity of lightning
vehicle is beautifully artistic. Mr. she rushed for the door and closed it
Brown, the owner of the line, deserves before the snake could enter the
great credit for his enterprise. room where the infant was resting.
... . ., .. . „ The snake in the meantime was coil-
y entworth the lee man tag h- . the,, ,ur. Wlth great ores mce
will have piled up in Perry not_ 1 e,s lhl. Udy made fur the bwk
than 5'i,00U tons of 'oal for consump- ! d0lU. :llld CiUlJd in her dog. The
we're utT 'awful cold peopl?. 'He's ' ^ ^
allowing each of us 40o tons. Qeuer- 3triin ju x,. shaking ti:- hodv ot
Io o.F. Peirj Kncampmenl no. I Perri
m ok., meets erj i e hi if ef( d i
7 :40 nt odd k'ellows hall. Vfelting patrl*
narh'J QH'< i itltally In\ *• Itoatteir!.
Palno r. ('. I'.. Win. THuhmnii, sorlho
IriBTUBB ] N" Dauahtei
*J Iwkull . I " < ' I . MM'. • - « v# I V S4-I-. Ill.l
and f' -111111 Tuesday otea ■ month. > >toi•
welcome. Mh>. l.u.MK I finiv«i!.it, N ( .
MKS. I I.oKA I.IMDot KKH. >ee
Af. a a. m. Perry Lodit No* i"' hi Ids 1!'-
reKiilarcommunication tin* tlrst aiijl
third wi'dnesilays at hull on I> street. VI1
Masons In tfooM standing cordially
Ii K. IiaKhy. w. M. l)r. ('. K. iayl<
leans play ball this
will be a game for
The fats an ti
I. 13. Wilson and J. P. Archer of
Kansas City, Mo., are at the Mer-
W. E. Wiser, of St. Joe, came in
this morning and is registered at the
strangled it. in suaKing
the reptile a number of small snakes
It i^ quite evident, from the im- were scattered about, the room and
provements going on at the saloon of several eggs. In less than a minute
having one of the best business places Though startled and shocked Mrs.
ges Klein, t at these gentlemen l-ie breeding monster was torn to
lot intend goiiu' to Hawaii ju*t pieces. The brave dog is now the
"Big John" says he intends pride of the famihr. , ^
«®,ingone of thel • st I as nessplaces rhoogh startled and shocked Mrs.
in Perrv. The other fellows say the Friend is happy in tue thought of her
h'imi' iliino- infant darling's narrow escape. Her
husband, Howard Friend, is absent
Lee Clark of Parsons, Kans., is in Having the
the city. He is registered at the t,a;n
Kof I'.—Perry i.otlire, No. K. of P.
meets every Monday nlfflit at 8 p. ui.
All visiting Knights welcome
\\ K BROWN, C. C.
W V. Raymond, K. of ll. and s.
tj n.c*aiid>i A. local union No t 4,
# Perry, oklahoma, meets ev« ry HI
(ia« evenlns at 7iSO d in, at the Clt) Hall, i . .. .
v'slil" brothers nlinjs ueir,.m.. w . S 1 here was a meeting of
Vamlerpool, secretary; C. W. Prince, Pres- hoard last night but nothing of im
ldent. ' * MftHBHMjji
(i A. It.. Homer < Jon« - 1'ost N" i'.
j. r.n . ts every Monday ivt-ninuai .
ii m at their hall near tlw cornei - \. nth
and H street All comrades lnvlt«'<i t< meet
with US. KOBT. V. « o\o\ Kit,
A \\ l.KK. Agt. Commander
from the city. When he returns h
will make his dog a present of a new
needed merit to more oolhtr which, Mrs. Friend says, and
make good all the advertising aI1 will s,tce, he well deserves,
i claimed for them, the following four
remedies have reached a phenomenal r-^uioi-r
Mrs. Moody's iee cream and eon- , sale. l)r. King's new discovery for A MARVELOUS EXHIBIT,
feotionary parlors ..re the finest in consumption, eoughB and colds, eaeh :
the city. bottle guaranteed electric bitters, | a wundvrfui ri«-« or Property in Po.ses-
! the great remedy for the liver, stom-■ siou <>f the Luiira oniiu—What
Mrs. J. L. Techner and son came in ach and kidneys. Bucklen's arnica ti } wiitito with it.
today from Donville, 111. They are at salve, the best "in the world, and Dr.
the Merchants. ; King's New Life pills, Which are per-
The Diamond livery stable is run
liing some of the finest rigs and saddle
picture; the completion of an immor-
tal structure; and the sun set of a Orlando hotel, says that business has
Mrs. E. F. Brown, who succeeds
Mr. Rhodes in the management of the
long and righteous life; and
BEIT FURTHER RESOLVED, Til.1
been quite good and she believes her
\ venture will be a resounding success.
copy of these resolutions be furnished i ^le Ravs Hjie jia3 a cine iiotel and sets
the wife and the daughter oj our be-|tjK. table that can be set, has
moderate prices and asks quietly,
loved deceased brother, Som'l C.-
Brown, late a* m< mber or Warrens-
burg Lodge, A. F. & M., Warrens-
burg, Mo., a copy to the daily papers
of our city;and th i these resolutions
be spread at large upon the minutes
of this lodge.
i O. (i. Palmer
Com. O. M. Long
I J. A. Hansen
A GOOD SIGN
That It ti
itn i:\eellent Condition
'what more does a man want."
The Famous clothing house has
Dr. Brengle Is rapidly setting into
condition again. He has passed
through a severe campaign but Dr.
llooe, who has been in attendance on
him, says that he will come from the
combat with the fell destroyer like a
giant refreshed. His great constitu-
ency of patients will be glad to learn
Piles can he Cured.
The greatest pile remedy ever dis-
covered is Beggs' German Salve. It
King's .New Lire pills, wincn are per-i ,..Mi P •
feet pill. All these remedies are guar- ] Ladies.Guild of thk
, antced to do just what is claimed for | ^°.nS aiRl patient investiga
1 them and the dealer whose name is wins theory of evolution a
attached herewith will be glad to tell
you more of them. Sold at Reming-
ton's drug store.
horses in the country.
mediate importance transpired.
Klein, the harnsss man on Sixth ^
street, sold last week seventeen sets ! j0^ne5 meeting at the city hall to-
of harness. Who says business is day. The main object of the meeting
dull? was to consider plans and speciflca-
been doing such a business lately that relieves at once, and effects a perma-
Mr. Lobsitz has concluded it was nent cure in an incredible short space
The board of education met in ad-
K Ml.iits <ir I.AIIOK ill* et "Very linn - -
day eve., 7 ;«> |> m. at rarpenter's
hall one drnir w««>t of Hie liuckhorn meat
market. on l> street, hel • th and Tth
n. d m i kk, lis ,j. ii. i.i.> non, m w.
llarry Palmer, the plumber whose tions for building school houses 111
foot was badly injured on the 4th of this city. Plans were submitted by
July, is out and walking with the aid the following named architects: Kay-
of.; J.lilu, mond <St Layton. Nevms & Martin and
Mr. lindley of Topeka.
W. 11. Shott is about constructing a
building on (' street. Sam Cheney is
the contractor and he says it will be a
: handsome affair.
W. J. Hoek of St. Louis came in to-
day- . ...
L. M. Lacy of St. Louis came in to- panied by his wife from a very pleas- on Sept. 1st. Mr. Sharum under-
| ant visit to Georgia tonight. stands the business and will supply all
Kalis., 1 .. leased the Howard Friend
Edgar Watkins lias telegraphed building west of the square and will
! that tie will return to Perry accom-j open up a first class dry goods store
The Ladies Guild of this city, after
ind its cog-
nate subject the survival of the fittest,
have, with considerable expense im-
ported direct from the Island of
Malta, for ocular demonstration, a
fine specimen of the genus JacL-a-
bus, commonly called a donkey, which
will be on exhibition in Dr. Mooris'
block, first floor, corner D and Sixth
streets, Friday evening, July 20th.
Now if any of our readers are labor-
ing under t lie delusion that they are
necessary to enlarge the premises.
He accordingly gathered in the ad-
joining lot and has torn down the
frame building that was on it and has
now in course of erection a substan-
tial structure such as will give this
enterprising merchant all the room
he requires for present purposes at
The "Famous" is a correct index of
business conditions in Perry. It bears sell you goods at cost for 15 days,
the badge of prosperity. Stansel's always for jewelry.
For Rent -Suite office rooms over
Have\|)U Tried llrgga' Herman Milvi p0sf0[H0ei Inquire of H. R.
For Piles? If not, why not? Can Decker.
; of time. Also excellent for cuts,
scalds, burns, and bruises. Every
box warranted by all druggists.
Get your ice of Smith.
The St. Louis Hardware Co. will
Wade fu.ieral directors
you afford to suffer longer for the Banks & ..uo
sake of 25c? This is the price of the ancj embalmers, east side square. No
greatest salve on the market. charge fol- hearse.
and warranted by—All Druggisst.
Good Perry property to trade for
Guthrie property. Address, A. Sea-
J. M. Hersbengle is here from Chi-
W. C. Bracker of Wichita is in the
W. L. Martin of Winlield is In the
_ In the case of Edroe Carlile, plain- ton, Guthrie, Okla.
way up and thoroughly posted on the tiff and J. R. Nelson, defendant, in-
anatomical construction of the animal yolving the title to the ne qr of see-
in question, and that they know just tion 1!', township 29, n of r, east
how to atiaeh a caudal appendage judgment is given for Nelson, who is
thereto, let them step around on the given possession of the land.
evening mentioned "and just try it ' —
Mr. Eugene Sharum, of Topeka,jon. terms: Ten cents for each Watch the salvation Army.
and every tffort made. Prizes care- Everybody come tomorrow night,
fully and impartially distributed. Thursday the 19tl.. Major and Mrs.:
While due and careful precaution Sulley will he here and a grand time
will be taken to prevent accidents the will be had. t'onie expecting to en-j
management will not be responsible joy yourfelf and the army promises
should sam3 occur. | to interest you. Remember to bring I
all your spare change and you will be [
the demands of the people. The
Mr. E. II. Perry's physician informs building will be changed and litted up
us that Ills injured linee is improving in tj,0 best condition possible by that
and ho will be able to attend to husi- time. We are glad to extend to Mr.
ness or be about, in a short time. Sharum a hearty welcome.
Jno. G. Luttou of LeRoy. N. Y., a
prominent grocer and G. A. R. man n von iicire i ii-nr. i rannimrrnt skin?
. . says: "I have been troubled with in- Beggs' Blood Purifier and Blood
l'lios. E. i oung of Kansas t ity is in (xijreation and biliousness for years. Maker will remove all disorders from
1 Tried Parks'Tea and it has cured mo. ! the blood and leave your skin clear ...... . . .
I recommend it to everybody. Sold transparent and youthful. Sold audi funded. Price 25 cents per box, lor come tonight, tomorrow night, Fri-
by Perry Drug Co, ! warranted by—All Druggists. I Bale by J. M, Remington. | day night aud all the time.
Grand Army Encampment, Pitts-
burg, Pa., Sept. S-10. For above
meeting the A T & S F R R will sell
round trip tickets from Perry at $2S-
50. Tickets on sale Sept. o and 6,
limited for return to Sept. 28th.
liuckieii'a Arnica salve. allowed to help fill the tambourine at
The best salve in the world for cuts, the door. If you can't give anything i
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fe- ] come anyway, but we do need a good
ver sores, tetter, chapped hands,1 collection. A grand welcome jubilee
D. Porter of St, Joe is at tho Mer
Cable From <Jn«ni Lll.
Dear Gresham -One more boon I crave.
I trust In your affection
'Ti-; not to murder Mole, the Knave,
or put down Insurrection;
'Tls not my crown bur me tt) save,
I write In deep dejection.
And so a package i must have
of Parks' Tea for my complexion.
Oretthain'H Aimwer to (>neen Lll.
When 1 received your Cablegram
I thought 1 sure would faint
For though I often used Parks' Tea
'Tls not lor your complaint.
I i. ared that Mrs. U. would think
Wrong about our connection
'Till on her dresser there 1 saw
Parks' lea for her complexion.
-sold by terry Drug Co.
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 256, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 18, 1894, newspaper, July 18, 1894; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116472/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.