The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 264, Ed. 1 Friday, July 27, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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Tours <o piefise In Queensware and Groceries, ti A. He aria. One door Eaat of Boston Store, on C St.
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A. II. ENGLISH
prescription* - druggist. -
Graduate P.."A ' a 0 1* .'r <"■'■ Pharmacy.
— ACCURACY - PURITY - ECONOMY.
MONEY TO LOAN
ep store or Ao^taoat \ M KING =====
fill bottle t J. M i> , '• .••« -
i Drug Store.
Sp-ezii' v.ten* on T'V€ mi orders.
<N M Y OPINION
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F r the Kn ghts of Py:hia meeting _ _ # .
Ola Tar Whisky
• • - ; T &S.Fe U ... roc ' tr.f, ,s THE BEST.
uf one and one '.hird fare. Tick eta on
- July .V.th, 31«t snd Acg 1-:. lim-
ited to return Aug tat and 2nd re- 1
i-T-. 'i^elv. Parties can reparcha,-
• iklaboma C ity. to EIReoo at the
.ate of one ana or . third fart for
FOR • iLE Ot
) iv rry Dru-r i
■Jrl i><v r vmib of i'o t«iflire.
Jersey Ice Cream Parlor,
no patent, but
Pure Ice Cream Made at Home
From Pure Jersey Cream, constantly on band.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Par'or, bet. R chardson bank and Potto* ce,
Mrs. Moody s Icecream Parlor
AND CONFECTIONARY STORE.
The Beit Home made Bread, Pie? and C.tkes.
The Finest Cipar? in the Citv.
Fear Doers Ea.-t of the K< -ton Store, ouC ^t.
St. john's Military School.
The Kentucky Liquor Co.,
IS IN ITS NEW QUARTERS.
Tne Purest Liquors and Eest Clears. The most Expert Bartender and the
Coolest. (Juietest and liest Place in the City.
J irloaiTt Rgfory for Tony fauat'ft U51T
,P T:1rEo.f. ^.THOMAS'Rec,or- Family - Liquors - a - Specialty
Southwest Cor. 7th and D Sts., Perry, Okla.
oan 1 n-n. Pr-par<** ' f butn^'f of col
miliary tra -iln^ anl phr<;.*al culture.
ball linir, Delightful loea-
1 error inai
of Jotuf1 a (juc—n.
a« a candidate ' r -
i«?c: ; j tbe will *:
I L<>r- ■ v
i m of considerable
young a city wi.
THE TIM US* POLITIC Mil \TI i:M
Protection tn the American f v r dollar
Protection to American lahr r by protec
^or president of : • ■ ' te«. ^tatef,
iTlUlam McKlnlejr, of«•
A WORD I of: LA BOB
The mechanic? md workingm-n
generally of this city ar anxiou^U
awaiting the action of the *cho<
hoard in the matter of selling tb
bonds. To them it i- a matter c
grave importance. It means work
wages and bre2'i.
Every day that k« ep* : • e e - -
tiab* of life from them is but anothe
added to the responsibility of th" me
who are responsible fo- Mo:i .-j
has a larger value today in the Unit* o
States, at least a tbiid higher valu-|
ation. than it v.. 1 .. . .
M K nlej «le •• ; pi i lenl - f this
great notion. Kin
Perry mean* m than a an i a
quarter one year hence. Labor, lum-
ber, brick and every other element
aeowry to the r
or pxi.ute bui.d ..g can, ■ day, be
bargain. d and coi.'.r;. tcu for a 1 e
that will be coin . -i' . ?igni:.
next spring. Now is Li - i e to make ,
contracts if thi5? city wishes econcmy
in the administration of its affa.rs.
It is here where the city v.iil tii>a real
economy beside u-viemployment
to our idle mechanics.
Twenty thousand dollars let loose
on Perry today means a building
boom auch as \v 11 advertise this city
in a manner that under other circum-
stances it could not b^ advert. ^ by
the expenaiture of $10,
lojse among the working p «>pie ot 1
this city means an act v . iju-u un- :
petus to every branch of trade. It
mtans that a silver dollar will be u
whirligig, the revolutions of wnich
will give velocity to every bu^im —
interest of this community. Th
building of school hou-« s, such as i- 1
contemplated in the plans, mean -
labor for masons, bricii layer-, car-
penters, stair buiiders. p nt- pL • -
ters and lathei . and i.ione;. tor our
hardware men, furniture men ami
scores of laborers v. hose emploment
will change, in a very v. .b.e degree,
the whole aspect of lh - v of P xy.!
It will give encouragerr«.nt to ; ,1
classes of citizens, and v. hen upon tn<-
heels of school work comes the water-
works, an era of financial prosperity
will ensue that will attract !he atten-
tion of every state in the American
un'on toward the youn;; city of the
Sjuthwcat that : bn;; ling and im-
proving when bu.MijesH n every eit^
and hamlet of the eountr} i- at a
No conceivable scheme will attract
•ucb substantial recognition as will
It quite evide
committee are rea
behests af the p< 1
Lftl Eh b
^t the Citv hail.
I HE GENTLEMAN'S PLACE.
Onlv the Finest Procurable W hiskies
AND OTHER LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
TI 0 / Pabst Be ;rr ,n Beer and the Best Eqjipped
BILLIABD AND POOL HALL
IN THE CITY
THE TURF EXCHANGE.
Si th street, Be Ween C and D. PERRY. OKLA.
J. LEON, Manager.
A F PRUCHA,
( 8t.. Bet. *th snd '.tb. Perry.
EVERY CIGAR 1 MADE.
Finest Stock at Lowest Prices.
W« (ao ftuppl} ao U Clear Haiaoa Mtiukc If (he^- are 1 at (*. an<l tbej arc
Why not Patronize a Home Institution.
VISIT OUR FACTORY
reat ( learance sale,
' 35 zzg-isss,. h&tjulai x
2 "is Aug. 1.
In order to reduce and clean up stock we will make a
SLAUGHTER OF PRICES
T ust = Opened.
New Table Senice. Newly liirnished Rooms
The Only First-Class Hotel in Perry. Rate $2.00
D Street, Near Northeast Corn;-r of Square.
\ATr wi- h to inform the many r adanof the Times that we have pur-
VV H chased the ent're stock of
Pump and Plumbing Goo(
Former'y owned by Palmer &. Co.. and will Con.inue
the busmess at the sime old stand.
All Pumps and work guaranteed to _i\e Satisfacti -i.
Asking you for your kindly patronage we remain yours respectful^
A. O. BRUNER
J. D. RODGERS
Unrarellelled in the Hist'
( jooc 1 s at H a 1 f Price
DURING THIS SALE WE ARE DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUT ALL OUR
Clothing', Hats, Glassware, and all Oclcls and
Ends in Dry Goods and Shoes.
' hese Goods will positively be sold at just Half Price.
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E\ :r\ thin _r else in our entire
. Nothing reserved.
>A will . > at ACTUAL COST during this
■ t PROSPEROUS HOME.
^DON'T TAIL TO AVAIL YOURSELF OF THIS OPFORTINITY.^
Com© Harly and Avoid th© Rush.
City and County Scrip taken at 70c on the $1.
July 12 to Aug. 1, 04.
S. E. RICHARDSON, Manager.
lOo Seventh Street.
hy, it's just a year ago toiaorro-
'• So it N; and, do you know, I am wearing the same p. -
i w is married in, and they are not half worn out "
-• '' •—"So am I."
• ' hy. how strange. Mine were made hy the ll :mi
Co., of St. Louis—their Ladies' Hand Sewed."
— " And mine are their Men's $4.00 Shoe."
.. • . .-tick to them for shoemakers for the re t of our livef-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. 264, Ed. 1 Friday, July 27, 1894, newspaper, July 27, 1894; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116480/m1/2/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.