The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 282, Ed. 1 Friday, August 17, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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Yours to Please in Queensware and Groceries, L. A. Hearin, One door Bast of Boston Btore, on O 8t
Jersey Ice Cream Parlor.
— NO PATENT. BUT—
Pure Ice Cream Made at Home
From Pure Jersey Cream, constantly on hand.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. _
Parlor, bet. Richardson Bank and Pottoffice.
RAILHOAD TIME TABLE
No. 4<>S, Texn* Kxprepp
No. |S7, Local I'll'
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No. 404, t 'tile:: u< I \piess
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n t. i J, I al Fret: v.
K. K. WFSTKBVKLT, Agent
IN'Try, O. T., N«a . *>.
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. 14:80 A. M.
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111 f I>1ill
i L'nltcil Woi l j
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>\ ami thil l ;iiii •..i> • ..
liai, iui« rliail fli 1 stall waj •
o: I rati.-, \m old and vUltln
questedto be present.
£. j« r.
. \ 1 li
; .to p. in , In
:«st of lloanl
i 111 < * ti. bers re-
Will Open Their Circus Tomorrow in
the Honk-a-Tonk or Elsewhere.
THOSE WHO AUK LOOMED.
iey Say . lie Ciirric in 111* I'oekt
i m I nit • Ion for County CotiiiM
lon« r—.lint Taj lor Think*
lie W ill l.rn<J for Sher-
^Ii IIN M ill. T .. er I i ,
'jine- ! i < /u'.uri> MiitJn -'■«•« siii ai. l lmirt 1
Pieidays <<t each month ut hall mi h .
, • visitor ■> e>'idl.iI v invited. I m i .1 I clou 1 btdloVe) that Hi
ils. w . M . in . . i Taylor, secri
41 O I
. v I
which convene* tomorrow, probably
ut tho old quarters of tho Honk-a-
Tonk, thnro is likely to bo inaugur
atcd a circus of considerable dimen-
sions. Tho ti.'i 'gate's who will a#->t in-
ble there from all parts of county P,
really believe (some of tbem really
put running horses on the track lor
tiie coming campaign. Political am*
j billon, however, blinds them ot the
I fact that ignoble and dire delcat
j stares them in the faco. Thee
1 uon't care lor that however
want the tun ot running and
the battle is on they will do sc
and . uch rapid running in
(r i a . i: . Homer ( Jone
|. in i! ! I, ,i i.a'l li-
Qici IIutreet uradi
with as. ituiir. r. <
A W I.l I , Agt. • '
KMl.ll I n ol I \ III I It ||.I" -
day eve., T " p m, at
hall one door west > -l 111*• Hut
n.nrket. oil l> stn «t, l « : • li ti
N.D MTKK. Ii8 .) H.LKI
i pen •• I i' .ii i • • • lit v ■ r
...lllci ti even -da> evening
t Kid lellnW - h ill. \Mll|lg
ttach are cord hilly 1 mv11«< 1 t < :H ten<!
Palmer, « . p.. w in. I hum ii. - ill
d reetion that they will fall into holes
' so deep that all the eftorts of their
1 j mends will never pull them out.
i ike for inai i now J. 0. I >ulai >y ho
1 assured u number ol hm li:eudH,totluy,
n' un the street, that he had safely
t'aJ btored in ins pockei t)
A PECULIAR CASE.
g TI IMUMMfV M iii 4 '.ii * —A l*i 'Hit
leg • • I• I: H• TM VM '<i r« li;
Aiitl X«ur Paid Tor.
The case of Tibbitts a^nim t Mc-
Kinney, of the little "McKinney
T« Her,'" was on trial yesterday in
Judge CJore's court. Tho principal
the printers of Perry have b< :i oalleu n
i % td< nee and the bo Ing far I r
ti ifcKUme) outfit U not pi
Tins in a case where MeKnn* >pur-
chnaed a little printing plant fioiu
Mrs. Tibbitts ami the j.lainiiiT cla in i
he* paid nothing on it. Not witliata .id-
ing that tact he mortgaged the plant
Which is now ill the p jsse.-sit n of toe
plain!,ff t aken 011 replevin. T it; iv.se
i> still p. ing on and m v lake 1 .
i he court room was crowded wuh
prime u who were «• tiled t show t ••
valueo! vaiioo ■ 11d • fr • an y
pies.sto a rie s rule,
A cloud of witm- •. .1 have alreads
boon ax wiiiiod and ! bi er cloud
is w« ilmg 10 b • exanii u d. ihei:<s -
is full ot inte est foi pr .1 s od
in >.vbpape, men ye.
big arr \ of 11 . ■« >
son leading !>>r the
M ilton and Col. 1'a
Jiuigeinent was r
men the alio.
lh* V ! • *' |> • perly
plaint ill, Mr<
The Work of the Normal is batis'ac-,
\ N IMPoHTAXT IHS( t SSloX. |
| Shall ti nil le lie lie It ti III the
!«ui1|ih of I'rariieal Ktluei
torn—The Mill Who am
i'agHur* l hi t he
Hie insMtute todiy opened w
ti lid an able treat- 1
it ion as to how !
be opein <1 and \ '•
>f the B
pfaint ill wdh Mr
•. i;i11 fur dclt use
i nder- tl tt day n
nio I t a -e, p ss-'s.s ■' i *
I y la ing go eli to ti
i Ti l>ett i witfi cJbtv* oi
.i*;ed in t!"
11H o f re
iua for t
the u-ual . rciac
ment of Jhe .-ubjet
terday. Tho cju
school j should
whether or not a re ad in
-hrniUl part of the initiatory exer-
ei •. \ -t .1 ly dUcussed by the In-
st :cio. *, pro and ''°n but what the
iilu.nate o inclusion will bo in this re-
gard is not yet very plainly apparant.
Tho arrangements for lectures by
the pre Mints of the university,
boiinalh aool and agricultural col-
log! of the territory are complete
and those lectures will bo surely
given and cannot fail to be of much
interest find profitable instruction
both for the teachers and tho public.
The school house
largo enough for a
-.•.'"lev: r, and it h
St. John's Military School.
le j turn,
\ fli • i. board tmr« tool for boys and y.ine,' m *n. Prepares lor business of col
tin inie time p n ii u'li 11 i ! n to military tralnhnr and physical culture.
! tin rdtloii.-. !iiriils:n J by the L ull l st.itdi. >uperb bulldlug, Delightful loca-
PT REV E. S. THOMAS, Rector.
in iddress, Walter M Jar, \ M , Haad Master.
< M., Ilet. 5th and 6th, Perry.
EVERY CIGAR p^MADE.
Finest Stock at Lowest Prices.
.iii mipply an all t l« n
If the*-' are I aeti, anil they are
however, is n
rery gfcirt pub]
didivercd in son
W'hvnot Patronize a Home Institution.
. M \\ .
iii i i; i
Daughters of lie
nomination Club's will he
fur county cummissiouer and there ity at once,
was no power in Perry or ouisido ut during th- ' • ■
it, tur that matter that could pull it
away from him. When lie is smashed
itr: tu smilhereenH in the convention to.
*•morrow he will conclude, in the lan-
guage of Abraham lanoolu, 141 hat
doubtful things aro damned uncer-
tain.11 It is not known w no will get
the nomination for a certainty, but
there are lots ol democrat-, who say
that J. 0. isn't in it even a little bit.
Jim Taylor, turnkey oi the county
a 1 in wnrds in the
tings Willi be held
7th ward, Saturday evening, Tur-
key's grocery btore South Eighth
i modioua 1;
u ual at the
Friday afternoon, which t
•r's (arm* i bo give
, Friday Aug. 28tb,
UiTfd u edi esday i at ball
Mas iiis in ::o< "I *-taii'T a u <
R i . Bagby, w. M. Dr. 0.
will give sp
cert i float es.
of 1J nounty
8u per in ti
K r 1
All v! 111! kl
\N \ IUTM< 'M , iv « f H.
Mrs. ( 1« im ills i
t is i ity. She (
Fait Held, Kaunas.
The family of .Itniu- Mu
rivi «i y< st ■ rdaj I ron ^ it
J. C. Moody of the Pawn. «■
spicv little journal n-ctdtl>
was in town }
F. M. lh al, rte
murtlt-r of Frank
Perry v sterday
Miss I. u v h
d Hock twp.
Aug. 17ih, at Kosi
Black Bear twp
at Jobs, near 4 \) crossing.
Let the Republicans of each ward
come out and organize. Don't kit
«. • .. - --- — - your ward drag in the work. This
. j. ii .!« s jts j.m 'puyior, turnkey oi the county will be a chance to see candidates
\n jail is slated, suit is reported, for ftiui get acquainted. Honest work is
rtllai:y invited, sheriff, though it is .-.aid that (.irave- now required and every one who ha:
:. Taylor, Ser.y. vurc| j tart may run him hurd in the interests uf his party to heart j doing g
l.i tiv.v No. •, k. «d i'. convention and that Charley Colcord should never for a single instant linger
Monday night at 8 p. m may singe them both* ii all of these in the g;reat work tbat is before them.
^u "r',,|iil, «s <• c gentleim n would attend strictly to
[■I-'. *' ' ' tht ir present business and let parties
alone, and keep very far away from
tomorrow's convention they would
limi lots of mom y in their several
pockets that won't be there if either
of them gets the nomination.
Dr. Bagby claims to have tho citj
solid fo. county el* rk; 'but Pattison
of 151 *.t k Bear, bobs up and a> , ti a
"Bag" viocMi'i know what he is talk-
ing about, it would be well for these
gentlemen to understand that should win e« teiirate the Am
either of them get lh< nomination, opening of i he strip ai
ho tiees get it w 11 i e in „f Perry i y a tirei
ig cold wih n the camp tigu
. i'he advit e g Vt > lo otn-
about ruonin.; will upplj
he present- session
great attention is being given to
school managament, theory and
p.actico and methods of teaching,
*, ery c; * it al fea1 ures and ones on
much instruction cannot
VISIT OUR FACTORY. :
It has been remarked to the Times
that t >e county hoard t.f examiner.
i |i. 4 • and I of A i. am <n '• ■ d
^ # r. i 'i . i. 11 • i > i i.
du> evening at 7 •> p m, at the City .Hall
S lsltllllf lllt't I
\ andei r •
Victory is a -aired. The bigns are in
the air and tho enemy is on the run
bei ri troops a re all| i ti.* But
we mu I ilti a uraiu a doubly ■ are.
We want a majority jf three to one
in P county. Get to work every re-
publican in ever} ward.
Langhorn is her
, at the Merchant
it ing friends in th - oi
in today Irom the f.
trday on busincbt
ntlv tried for
the slat for
start, d in h
n il Set tleme
this < V
i ptc nih<
rial weight to work and !
at the normal in granting i
a fact which the teachers i
should bear in mind.
ndeiit Talley is living his j
itiontotbe institute and
Super!htendfuit of School (). Q. I
! Palmer has proved a practical audi
able instructor in his various de- !
1 partments and tho wisdom of his se- J
lection for this < n inently responsible |
office is recognized on every hand.
Rev. S. P. Meyers, notwithstanding j
he has been compelled lo be absent,
at times from his duties at the insti
tute by illness in his
proved himself th
equipped for his responsibl
I as conductor.
, Everything is progressing finely
and the teachers, without exception,
are w phased with progress h it is
bt • g n.ade and an satiblied t laD the
r< i ! b g *an I for the ed 101-
ti : ; i interejts of this section of the
Uist = Opened.
New Table Service. Newly Furnished Rooms.
The Only First-Class Hotel in Perry.
D Street, Near Northeast Corner of Square.
of the fc
W nil a I
' 11 u i t
• uerand M« Kuuion
with a barued wire
1 eiuli. There Will he trouble on the
floor ol i be convention ^ b« n this ri -
niaiKuba triunn eiiti • eom t g or
li ciiher uf them e the n '.u. ia i • i,
t i " In i- t v. ! r - '
ad a go od ; me, a
rhap-> a pi isant
tees' WOrk 'I'he
n will be named
Kid" Ptrienn, candidate for county
sti[ criaieiident made an eloquent ad-
di e; • v. hich w is well r< coin ed*
Tne 4)1 1 miittor of tho social was
;i;.,:n 4.11- d i';i and arrangements
in 1 i iv * it at the M thodi'-t
El a • cliU eh 11 X . Wtdnes av
- ai tne liisu-
. 1..I- TI TT J_ 1 T '
1 lie Kentucky Liquor Lo.,
13 IN ITS NEW QUARTERS.
Tr.e Purest Liquors and Best Cigars. The most Expert Bartender and the
Coolest, Quietest and Best Place in the City.
I.viluniie it^eaey for I'oiiy l aust'a Lager lieer,
Jb'amily - Liquors - a - Specialty
J. LEJ.N, Manager.
Southwest Cor. 7th and D Sts., Perry, Okla.
ty the g ;
i Ii.' le
t< an\ attribute.
*; i a will t nable
thi*. It clears tin
I mpli s and t bat sail*
lark-' 1 e i is used I
nyone to p<
Ho d b\ 1
a id.- ill
ob uu >
Wanti i A situation as drug ch i:
h. an experiellt pharmacist Ati-
,1 . ii- nr> C. Wilkes, Lain«d, Kis.
Cicnts gold watch, ojien face.
Return to E. II. Perrj and receive re-
Fob Rknt Suite office rooms over
the postofliee. Inquire of ii. R.
Banks & Wade funeral directors
and i *m balm ers, east side square. No
charge for hearse.
Ladies wishing first-class dress-
making, call on Mrs. \\ . A. Parker,
A gricola hotel. Satisfaction guaran-
If you want n cook, a waiter, a
nurse or in fact help of any kind leave fuiuh ^
your order with Ida Smith.
Don't fail to see Conver & Smith
for bargains in lots, houses, shacks
f l.' mws to conf< rin to the latest Oklahoma
This remedy is becoming so well
known ami so popular as to need m>
sj) *cial mention. All who have u^cd
Electric Bitters sing the same song of
praise. A purer mediei'e does not
c v-.t and it is guarantend to do ail
that is claimed. Electric Bitters will
cure all dieases of the Liver and Kid-
neys, will remove Pimples, Boils salt-
Rheum and all other affections caus: d
by bad blood. Will drive Malaria
from the system and prevent as well
as cure all Malarial fevers, for euro
of Headache, Constipation, and In<li
gestion try Electric Bitters.--Entire
satisfaction gu irantecd, t>r money re-
Price 50cts, and 1.00 per
bottle at Remington's drug store.
Saloon Men Not lee.
The ram hi t night was exc • t
testimony in avoi qf street eoir.mi -
loner Buck, that tne streets gr.-.d s
ar3 now nearh i lthat could be ron -
. tiably des red on some of tin- princi- j
I al streets. On sixth street wuere
there used to be such inundations af- ;
ter the heavy rairs, the floor of the
stores remained dry as tinders. The |
water nowhere, did any mat erial dam-
age which fa t is greatly to the credit I
of the city and tne officials having
these matters of grade in charge.
liueUlen'ft Vrntea >al\e-
The best salve in the w o.-ld for cuts, '
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fi -
ver sores, tetter, chapped hands, i
> . A. I. A cord. in\ itati«>n i - -
n to • .0,1 l> p
nt at the «. no fl e Monda v n;^.' .
very body invited and good e
R. F. ( ONOVBlt,
W. T. m it it, Commander, i
Have Vou Tried lleagf' t.erinan Salve?
For Piles? If not, why not? Can'
you all ord to suffer longer for the
sake of 25c? This is the price of the
greatest salve on the market. Sold
and warranted by—All Druggisst.
Ill i'l BLK ISC COUNT! CONVENTION '
A delORn'e convention of the republic ns
t:. pr ... iy, (iKiahoma. is hereby calle to
meet at n o'cii't ..a .In the city oi i' iry
c saturoay-• pie.alK'i 1 >, 1MH, to no ale
t veral county uiiues,
ruti"« and as
[•uted iw can be found in
i# country Don't seud away from home for your work until yon
avc seen samples of our work and we 1: ivo given you prices.
All saloon license must be paid up 'chilblain*, corns, and .'>11 skin . •.■up- ' ;i m,.
i ... ,1 .mil ■. \.m iv i. niiriju nil.u nr iwi ' < > 1' I
anp all kinds of exchanges. Offlce on i, : ,|uV|itHt „f "n,i:, wv. k or the citv tion, and pisiiivcly cures pil's or no
Seventh street, oyer Uicli.-iidsun's .^omey will proseoute ' " '
dry goods store. 8-11-tf
if you want any collections made
leave yogr accounts with Ida Kcnith,
collecting agency, over Richardson's
A cup of 1'arkn' Tea at night moves
the bowels in the morning without
pain or discomfort. It is a great
health giver and blood purifier. Sold
by tlie l'erry Drug Co.
For the annual encampment, Sons
of Veterans of I*. S. A., at Daven-
ets on sale Aug. 17th to 19th inclusive,
limited for return to Aug. 2otb.
W. M. Bowels,
lleggs' Little (iiat4 I'lllii.
I Are the most complete pills on the
market, besides being the cheapest,
as one pill is a dose, and forty* doses
in each bottle. Every pill is guar-
anteed to give satisfaction by all
Notice to I'ontr.vctor*.
The board of education of the city
of Perry, 0. 'I'., will received bids at
pay required. It is guaranteed to!
giv> perfect satisfaction or money re-
funded. 1'i icR 26 cents per box, for
sale by J. M. Remington,
U i ri uUitlv . district.
• < mu y rreasuri r,
. Reg stei oi l e ds,
t ouie \ i '.erk.
Parks' Cough Syrup cures coughs,
colds and consumption. Mrs. Cather-
ine Black, of Le Koy, N. V., says: "1
took one bottle of Parks' Cough
Syrup. It acted like magic. Stopped
my cough and I am perfectly well
now." Sold by Perry Drug Co.
If you want work of any kind leave
your name and address with Miss Ida
Smith, over Richardson's dry goods
Klfiht. Pi i>au Judi!".
N lie. f'ount> SUlVe> o \
lfn. Rupt rae "ndent of Public 1 listrulion.
— - i Kleven. Coroner.
For the (J. A. K. encampment of ; Twelve. Three -count.*> faniinlssltmers.
1'iti -burs tne A. T. & S. F. will sell j lvenUon
round trip tick. s to I lttsbur^, 1 n., at ;!i;itl in- i. ;i.t.-111. -1:-oiu i .i.-ii muitlclpal
rnte of •••Us.05. Tickets on salo Sept. 1 < "-"''Ip <•' th- .•.mnl.v with tin- ex.- -i u.ni
Mil I'.n'l.-.l f.n* r. turn to Sent I "I V.i.KHMt ImvitMtij. wli . ti stut; I I.. ■ fin Hit--i,
,'.n and htn, i:!imia torn luintooept. , „„ ami i,:,
2,r)th. One r,top over will be allowed ..ach wanl In th" cltj .-i ivrry. Tlis- tltne
east of St. Louis or Chicago within I lorplectinBrtelesiites ts destjiiiatert for
final limit. 12. E. \Y estervelt, Agt
Parks' Sure cure i:t a positive speci-
fic in all diseases of the liver and kid-
neys. Uv removine the uric acid in
the bjood it cures rheumatism. 8. K.
Basford, of t'arthago, S. Dak., says:
I believe Parks' Sure t.'ure excels all
erection of ono eight room building
and two four room building, accord-
ing to plans ns revised. Kids lo bo .
made on blanks furnished by archi- other medicines for rheumatism and
tcct. The board reserve the right to | urinarj disorders. bold by 1 erry
reject any and ail bids.
li oineatua tiers.
Send fifty cents in money or stamps
ami get a cop) of Calvert's Settlers'
Guide. If you are interested in bold
ing a claim or quarter of school land,
or a town lot, vuu can't afford to do
without this book. Address, J. L.
Calvert, P. O. bov 125, Perry, O. T.
For the Kansas State (5. A. R. Re-
union nt Hutchinson, the A. T. & S.
F. It. K. will sell round trip tickets
from Perry at rate of *4.71, lor round
trip, on Aug. 13th to lbtli inclusive,
limited for return to and including
Is V-Mir Hair railing 4)ut or Turning 4 5ray?
If, so, why don't you try Be;
ent "U.n? Ri.neuer? I . sm the onl\
Do Vou Desire a Clear, iranspn., .., , H;lir AtonewerV It is the only post-
«a.v.j Tea idearH tho comnlexion. ! Beggs' Blood Puriller and Blood . tive Hair Reiu vvcr on the market. It
Mrs N Meyctte, of l.e Key, N. V., | -^aktu' wdll remove all disorders from , .stimulfites the hair follicles and gives
says: <4I have used Parks' Tea and
toied? 'sold by Perry Drug Co? ^ " I warranted by-All Druggists. | all'druggista.
tho blood and leave your skin clear, | Lne imu-tt soft, luxuriant, youthful, i i'r> s..nt
transparent and youthful. Sold and j aupearauce. Sold and w arranted bj I cwwStilx. °f C°Unty "'c.'aI'mo
urday, September h, lsoi. said dele<rates to
lie eiet'I t'd I > y I.allot, the polls III lie It It
open from 'io'clock. p. in. 'till I o'clock p.
m. i:ach municipal township and eat h
ward of the city of Perry will elect a mem.
her of the counly central committee at the
-.line time, pint a ami manner as turnstlie
election of the delegates. It Is also reconi-
mende'.l that a republican township ticket
be nominated at the same time the dele-
gates are elected and the t'eket so nominat-
ed he certified up to the chairman of the
countj ce "trai committee before the meet-
ting of t lie county convention. Kach town
• hip will elect the following ofllcers, viz:
One Township Trustee.
One Tn\vnshl]i < 'lork.
One Township Treasurer.
Two Justices of the l'euce.
One K\ uit Overseer Dlst. No. 1.
Ono " '• " No. 2.
Ono •• •• '• No. H.
one " «• •« No. 1.
The members of the county central com-
niltteo from each township and ward will
arrange lor ami publish the place and time
for ho ding the primaries for the election of j
delegate- a id c- 'iiuiilttoeinen anil tne noml- .
nation of ttiwo^hlp utile r-. Tho old anil
the lew iii . i. -1 - id ihe county central
committee win meet iiiimedl del) utter the
ati.i iiu't nicut of the .amveetiuii 4iu scpteai- t
I ill and t^acli member Is re«iuested to
Lithographed Letter Heads,
AND ALL O THZR SUPPLi£S FOR BAN KEF 9,
Wo ptiitrii-iice our work to be equal to any to be found.
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