The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 177, Ed. 1 Friday, April 19, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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1 For ekst Residence on G street
between Seventh aud kishlli. In* t hief cf 1' >
quire at residence. arr' twb ;
he cold drinks, ico cream and all w:!l'
, at IticUej
t v.i;«THVtLT. Atrent.
. t, l«M.
LNUT VI. I' - ' " " 9
t! ,nti T i t t<>ry.
"itrii< - Visitors | a vi
o. ti. fAtui".'
kiuds o! confectioner!
south of land office.
j Strawberries, strawberries,
I utrawberrles only 20c a box.
1 tilings' Cash Grocery.
T. Smith und son J. 1". Smith,
down lo Edmond last nig'jt on
,t to Mr. Smith's brother.
aiding Elder Deleplane, ot the
. church, lett this evening for a
Taylor this luornlng |
>s who v.-cre charged j"
jtliing from a livery
^ht. Ho had quite an |1
exciting raoe after the young rascals,
and aj , that if it had not been for1
the timely assistan- c of \ olnev Hog-
gatt, who happened to bo passing in t igre i
his buggy and jumping out run one ot j #n nud< i.i. t 1 ■
the lad i down, the probabilities are i congressman,
they would haw led him a long race.1 11y,
They were taken before Jndg" j co . .ty of 1';s
Morris to whom' they gave their j,,r nts lia
Mac Fite and Eugene l
crs, producing thebUl of. play with
' ""(/vtiw So.ll holds it l *tn®' r' i8 °vl r.0.'i!1''iD?,'!a^?1^l.t'1°ij! 00
>lorf %tnt t C humi t
K<?ed \ l wit- brilliant, pol-'
; u an wit. Champ Clark
loe o w.tU bis wild, exuberant
■i isUia A ^U3, Portland, Maine .
■never Clump Clark talks lie,
interesting. St. |
j; WALL PAPE'f
and visiting his father and
neir nanu s uu vu%>
Judge Morris was easy on the lads, I
. ..r i local union SoWJ,
it « s * v < ry r i
•T . •««""
11,11 . n'uiyi welcoiui*
,, i ndiv. NO> ^1 '
•' ' . . ,!v,.rr .Moii'ltty nU!. at 1JJ.!"
111 v ;,«,o«ls store • All viwin .
■ics- 101 •
f n. ami 8.
\> i; C. MO* 10
I > ■ w • 1■
it ot ' '
; I V«,MV('
j . y. k^'inHT. l'r s
x"'1 V?-MVIJoiIu. f.-tii-tii
„ U.. IT. I ?:. Taylor. -.-. rH,,,)-.
1-u Bierer, Will Nix and W. I
rn I ft this morning with a ( amp-
nil fit for a few days hunt on the
E. Bee Guthrey returned lioim
i Oklahoma City this evening
!•" shu has been visiting friends
le contest case of Cagie, Brown
Noble vs. Hoberts was continued
|l> j ,| ;i! • < King i" the k•1
■( here today.
nv1y Break fan t Coffee for pale at
J. Coylt-'s, only 30c per pound,
it one; and you v.*ill bavo n^i
them ten day
They went to
fully and see
chance of btinz c
which they s.*em t
« ulad of the
utfiido of th.- jVd,
j tletc^t very much.
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• i. ii«
in accord with the policy adopted,
where small-pox was first reported
in this (Noble) county some twenty-
i ., ,n i.ii-Hir"to make tne
seven daj ago, i utair -
First. Mrs. Shepherd whose v....
' the second ease reported died ye,u r-
d.iy afternoon after an illness ol
eli ven days. .
I Htcond. No other case of small
11 nave no . pox l Xis's in the county.
' Third. The tiuarantine is being
She will visit with friends foct^on.^ %]l who ar0 un.
Champ Clark made ;
l,it. t lark is a new I
nd comes from 1 iko
ri, the best known
.'^e. The. Tammany
d the Congressional
of the Vikers with
.1 listened to him v\ith
md awe. New \ ork
ian church, Wedm*-
i. 15 'Urved scats on j
lobler's without extra |
;\ts lor lecture of Hon. I
at the i nrl-ti.'.n church
veiling, April itth arc,
veniloblor'j drug s'orc.
d seats.3t j
Yea. it is about time to cover
soot ot the past winter by papermj
nice clean paper.
c C INGRAM
i. Has a New Line to Show.
rJoT-i"- - •
to show you through our line.
— .. |i.m camp TO®.ti .Ten
[n old aii'l vlslilnie iuem H!is it
«• j re«<
■ for t?
the wise. 1.
md do not
-r when you cat
1 Y' 4 1" ' W . 1 . - HI 1H, M NV
. i r, j ■ ^ -(•rt't"
"n -Mil t.ii• i t ,."V !
hI,,,e. \ Isltll -- K'llrf1'1-
the title to the northwest
■N ^ i ist was on trial before
Davis it the land ollloo to'iaj.
!. Norshwald, an old friend of
onlel hardwareman, 11. C. w ai-
dt, is in the city from Omaha
it to be va
i will be
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Ot S i.'t. Of Public Instruction.
C unity, O. T., April 8,1 - ■■
,. igbere'oy given that a teaeh-
. ;aminatiou for tlie county <1
V Territory of Oklahoma, wd.
1 ' ,i,v of Perry on April was issued it
wholesale impliment be helcUn Uie city . | 0f his, and
jnversation with a 20 and
iHI V. U.
;;:'S:;r , .«tac.ui i, —■wrfr ■
T„ f STAR CLOTHING HOUSL. - | ; .
cod* l«>r rt'mlar h . :• f -lo fiv •
I Ju>t received a fine line,. ,
he <ao« mmmhim tbli ind goi Q ^ < r i ^ —. f-i i p> ' t ii...,>.-,nr a an
.men s ha 1 s- - -
|.,in and all of the new «i ' U,0,k'
s . VIIR • Dl'Xl.Al'? • STIFr ; HA1S.
Notice Bhow windows for Sai.t and
it ti nt K
L'lMtcs reporter, he expressed liim-
>. '.I as blin.r much surprised at the
,v md. rful development of the stri(
anil especially the city of Perry.
lUlli •' 1 ' .
Kxamlr.a'ion will op
m., April 2«- «•' w'
plicant i rc<4U' - teti
to a Intel.
ton was a prosperous
H-; county who mado
N.w Orleans to soli
h's farm. This was
n tho code duello was
I a us-r-h of the education of every g
T'no h" T.uartors for all
! lai.t in New'o ■ :ins on
the old St. Charles hoU., —
i , ut ivHle Courler-JonrtuU. Ono of !
louager .1 ' Jshot l«
lit.. wl„. a- :n wn as the most des-
! '• - man in t . ■ city, and ti. most
,iurl with oithor B\\ord ot
,1 in th ' •• ith. Xo one had ever
, to (juostion his courage, and
•ambl'.-rs feared hnn.
well known at all tho
to po ut out 'he
in and lo warn him
t It a -kleu any pre-
. that if a clialh'inro
,u i U- through no fan t
dismissed the subject
ing o.M-it-iii-.'nt- hf
not t'.irown to;." M1 r
until near supii r timo-
. t)(ith cnter - l the big
Chli' ■ too brusiifd
WEST SIDK StJl AK1--
0 ,l ,el.O WM "'.TWJ • • '
' . FERGUSON STAGE CO.
•••!, says the \ A
even tho oth •
'I he man wa
i r orta in Now
f, ■ i• ■ n1 H took
; g.'.mbler to 1
a^aln* t ^i' in
| tenv for a < :i
mail and stage line.
t at 9 o'clock
li hour each j t omenv.--.'
> be pre "'lit. j au 0f that na,
W. 0BO8B*. -j hen. as tin
County Supt, j (iin
1 Stage leaves Perry for Pawnee ""^p^nef^atf'l.eaves Paw-
for Morelson,LelaandPawnee.arrivMatPawnee I e with daily
a, ; a ml arrives at Perry at 3 p. m.. Mnneounj «0,#v6taBd andTutoa.
stage for rl-v. i,.;V: an ' ; , nU . qolppad for passen-
This 1 ne earn I -
gers v ilh reasonable rat. s and fast time.
I Chattel 1
t lie — « -
rhanKei will I
t PKKRY CATCH1S
,f the porters of the ho-
i him. Iiearlng a small
i to K
St. John's Military School.
Gil INA. KANSAS.
he sam '
, Ol. l amun
Hon, Ai'lo profc
m-F. i circulars a Mr - . Wa'.t
1 for l-ovs and yonna ir.
, ... .. .-.-.it ti. ml '.till
... •. prepares for business of rol
♦ Inn HlOf'L. I • dt GFV. Vi. S. THOl
RT. REV. E. S. THOMAS, Rector.
11. Jay. A. M.\Head Master.
Th « at her
K \N-A- ClTV, April IT
noma: Tonight and £
warmer in the • - '• port.' "
Frcd BonftlM, ol LoaWana, to i" |
"jeSwmismswas orar from Ton-i
Bion llufhins r.turn d home to
Geo. Wcnncr returned from Outh- i
rie thin evening. .
Sam Olmsted was a pass, iv
Guthrie last night.
Dan Widmt r went down to tho cap
Itnl city la-.. IV'mag. I,
A.J. Henderson, of White Hoe ,1
was trading in tuvMi to,lay.
All vegetables in season to be ha (
at Cunimings' OaahQrooery.
Mrs. Mary Com, of Oklahoma ( .'>•
is visiting friends in the city.
J J Houston returned from a ti > >
home" trip to the capital city
Miss Delia Sloner, of Red Bock.
was visiting in the cit> todaj .
Attornev 8am Gilbert rctamcd
home to Newkirk this mOTOto*.
Miss Ella Morris ishomc from a visit
with friends in Fort Scott, Kan.
>, rili >>lile ' 8qu:iT'
CMia/iKav C Street Opposite Court
I ilo I. When ho finlshod h f® I * , . Best stock all the time.
i i., . - ij r :■ t liiin with st'.u' <■ -Caters to the best trade only.
H I bluu . . , _ Unllnn^n from tllO I
.md lie.'.tin;l; House,
I ho Slut
,1 d< r.iaral for
in tho dining
Clias Michels, of Kansas City, I ,ea commander write-, u:
. : . IbyhorsiZ-rMUHMollte ,_im„|n, ^ How-;: "At
, arrived in the. ity tW«i«orn-1 g oth8r medich.es for
,nd are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J
imp Clark can draw
• at anv time. Members 1.
. hi3 speech
is s.itorated with good cl 1 Pike
, J tnaess.—Kansas City hi",
t. Miller, wif<
med to be a very obstinate cotgh e
I in our two children we tried Dr.)(
a crowded | Kin x.;ew Discovery and at the end ^
k of • v ,> days the congh entirely le.. . ,
tilcm. We will not ho without it,,
hereafter, a., our experience proves j
that it cures where all oilier remecli.S:
a of our genial real flfl-,t si,,n, 1, r. W. Sl.-ve.i", *•■■■ > !
man was taken daiigorou-ly |(Mm. WhyaotglTO^^
.,.,,,1. Dr. Brengle was sum-. (.in0 a trial, as U RU.. ' I
i( |rn ;...t' at .. hte trial bottles are tree .*■- * •
,Ul condition was much tagton,„ drugstore. Regular M,e oOc
PeurY, 0. T. April ">'h, 1 j
In accordance with instructions
;srs'.E" £' !- . M. - mh
SX tie Otoe Lion, , ollj
nUle 1WU1 bo held at the Holmes (oast ,
i ritl Hansen had a great cj.
, r Indian who had bought a
and forgot to pay for it, yes-
, n ti., n.utirht V11.4 man
• r ft fifty
will he neiu m ^ p
""lltaElto Morris is home from a v « i,t wlll pay you to try ^ Wd.y a^
with friends in 1-ort S.-ott, Kan. • Anwuto that is employ_ed May 3<l and 4th. 1896, b*-
Pure ice cream made ,f,;urecrcan,:..;.>!; j , M;,rUham. ^^"^OOk a. m. All ap-
at Hichcy's south of laiu < Lntees to please both pUoants wlU be Qharged an examini
M. ,v,.ndv,.oI «*. . k". , I, a.,II,r M1.PI '™
M Alexanuir, u.
came in from the south this even:, t,- ,tU
Ice crcain at Richey's packed and treet.
^vercd in all 4ua.,titles for «LJ ^ tUel
^ (Sri's^him charging | wru;;;)uuu he bad
it'll these words:
,1 will vofuso to
i^t a"«nt!eman oO tlw fair terms
"Sted bv a dueV The Mend* ol
hiuei-ton knew that the iinputa'ion
,, , ... wi-i no moro tnan a swoiu
irnsT to n.o.'se h'.tn. n,verthc ess
i, ... i, ...r'-'Ut him to ijjnoio the c.,,i.-
; v . both with tiie sword and
„• i„i. and to attempt to ii. et him was .
rimuly to throw hla Ufa away.
J h,■:•••. Chattorton. they sa l. ,
,. , , are a man ol family, wlfaand |
ehildven depending on you, ii'.s l
is a, gun shot unl a desperate j
! " ' 'j . i,i ;oo• t to anything
Cv:^ « •«« • ' i
g oat ot townaa «.• • r^'.
i>' ^'H^-i'tivto'eTerv word that j
t'.n llFtoned lO -•> i
' was said, and th n a d for a p«n
iMk. Ills friends saw thai I
further words world be a waste, W
tho e were br^u^rht to him.
He Wrote for a few minntes. an'
n -'ivL'st to mm.
. . i, ,« lh,> li1;1 a with my
vo i to-night ' n in P-- ,
•econd, who is nn honorable ganUa
n wi'i >f ■ v ,;N
1 * Which you may J elect., ne
Steam and Hot Water Heating, Pumps,
Windmills and Irrigating Plants.
airing a Specialty.
All work Guaranteed to be First-class.
P. J. O'NEAL, Plumber.
.-inning at i' u twv.
o, wntcn , .
va .paper, ink, ttc. 0. G. l'At.ur.u, his b : v.- -en tio otli-r s t-
Supt. City Schools. | <u tl„, v, -flr -'tho
It May non. Mach for Vou. i"i Th-' p'stols may bs dl*
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 1','..,; 1
) - lOI -IB-... '
> or the oth n* of '.is is
Office on C Street
W. O. PARKER, Prop.
CLEAN TOWt, ONE MAN.
fir , |>|,:,. Ill TUB timi. April imil, ww.i
To whom It may oonearn: .
i. ' "' > '•> -v Wl1-
ii Bled their petition (or
inra til w Kite ItoClt.
HX net"" -
delivered in all quantitii
Claude and Miss Mamie Kelsey left
Vliri .wi tlu ir home
this morning over
Onions, \ lettuce
ways to bo had ut
A.C. Harding, editor of the New-
kirk State Uuid, was rjstling in n
F.N.Beauregard, of Ralston, was
transacting business with our mer-
l^'in his back and also that his
bladder was affected. 1U| tried many
s) called kidney cures but wi,h>at
any good re mit. About a year ago
he began the use of Electric Bit-i-r
t,.1 found relief at once. Elee nc
Bitters is especially adapted to cure
all kidney and liver troubles and,
charged until o
^•Iherwn who read C-
.tii'tled, ail I 1 ,n ■■ ■ u . ..
, frknd to ;.:nk better ornacomU
ti, • ; v.-: ich we ihl o- rtamlv omi'.i
the doa'h "of Vioth. No words COUM
SsetSSe Chattorton. however, and
; 1 " r.oti! wii ' -o'lt «1: n.
Ia bait an hour this answer «WM
b:u.c; never light duels with
, stand trial.
C'V ..nn «t Richey's packed and 0ll nc-count of too ti- A- e"
PLl' - • " juantities for family | cninpmc,itto_beJicld at^ ^'wi,j
aB Mamie Kelsey left ^ '^d trip t^eta from all points
,.rl „d,orll lt Homo J mr
- «-. irk-,
tbe Cum,mugs will April 28th | Remington's drugstore.
P y v.T-rKHvi-t-''. Agent, Perry, j x.-w i-
; ' i nrii 11. I At 8 o'clock Friday evening, Mis.
° , | Eugene Jellries will open hor doors iiyu,
S..1.II"- vuniiu". her m.w ice cream parlors, on the j ol,.
.'V 1 -J0t0l ^-0r.r,! a c A. .
,ants today. I ^mpment thatwill be held at Lites every ono to call and en--^
thil morning. I „,P,nents. All persons arc n>: OaUand aee her, and don t j^yteUnowa h never lound My wo
i Mrs. T. M. CuUimorc and childrenIra ownhow and equip* forget tho place at I P- • i in Philadelphia. —Chicago Be
U',";,i,e n. tb...«-t i~.,u. A.... 1 „m.««.
jaoksonvUle, 111. |
11 in1 '- "Ml 1V
In White Bofilt
■ ini lerrltory, and
1 • the game, as w
. I in ti.,- Ktilaj ot
iv.,j said i"' itlon will i«j
Dlnmoii't I?ran i.
id Only ticnul-
\nrll 1*., iv'-
\\.« l « ui>
b uu . Deputy.
/ .^t - tt... Vy
t - .
•• • . 11
B -- iteii. r r,.. i
i \hieittly s*. t.vier.
It wa' the r r.il 'f -'mial conven-
tion c •••• .'hlladelp' it iti/ena club.
Uo".i . ., •' j. tired the chnir-
m.„' '• ilo 1 nnl-r,- nl is to betaken
in" ierojii':tion of I>r. Conan
Uoyla .comnUnientary rema^-rtont
onerahle cotnmnnity? 1 > • U<W
cnicralier. Iliat lie
or j of members
Sold 1 >
u«l . «>lll "IJUWl « •
O. □. HARVEY.
and f3esco work.
and carpet laying.
Carpenter anil Joining
Ut CAPTAIN BURROW.
All kinds of (lame in Season.
Pebby, - " 0kla" 1 West 0 Slre3t' B^,'waef, 7,h and 8
Short order House,
Sixth at. Opp. Court House.
OPEN ALL NIGH"
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 177, Ed. 1 Friday, April 19, 1895, newspaper, April 19, 1895; Perry, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116688/m1/3/: accessed March 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.