The People's Press. (Perkins, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 22, 1905 Page: 3 of 6
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R«r. C. I). of Cushing
mid Kalberitio l^lU'raon of Fay
•otuvillo, Ark., werw married
Juno 7 at tin* lulU*r namad place*.
Cashing will be their home.
The Cushing oil well is aaid io
In* down 1 ISi foot. Though tho
drill ia Mtopped for tho ti mo, it ia
declared that the work will be
pushed until oil or gas is reach-
James Duncan of near cushing
raised 165 acres of )>otatoes thia
year which yielded 1&0 bu. to the
acre, which he says he sold-
at the car, a distance of miles
for 40c a bushel.
Payne is entitled to 19 del-
egates, and an equal number of
alternates, to the single statehood
convention at Oklahoma City July
12. A meeting will be held at
the county seat July 8 to elect
The 1st Wikoff prize given for
the best scholarship in the class
of '05 was awarded to John A.
Nelson. 2nd Wikoff prize was won
by Comstock. The Tucker prize,
given for the best theme present-
ed in the Sophomore class was
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lion aa to tlie market and ahi|»
mont of the crop. Ho *aya il
will bo cheaper to sell at 25 cent*
por huabel than to try to liold
the spud* for tho winter market.
Lincoln County Uriels
□ C. A. Higgins of Wellston has
boon adjudged insane.
Chandler is promised a cold
storage plant in the near future.
According to re|Hirts, the web
worinw are damaging the cotton
The Friends' Society held
quarterly meeting at Valley
Queen near Tryon Sunday.
Fred Peterson of Wellston and
Martha Schooder of McCloud
were married at Wellston June
; i Dr. C. A. Thomas of Tryon
passed a successful examination
before the medical board at Guth-
rie last week.
A revival meeting conducted
by Elder Dinger in the Christian
church, at Chandler, closed June
10 with 30 new converts.
C. D. Hadsell of Ft. Wayne,
Ind., has bought 900 business
and residence lots in Sparks, and
it' is said, will locate a colony
The quakers will hold a tem-
perance celebration at Valley
Queen near Tryon July 4th. It
is reported that Carrie Nation will
At a meeting held in Chandler
July 8, 28 delegates are to be i
elected to attend the single state-
hood convention at Oklahoma
City July 12.
John Embry of Chandler is one
of the delegates chosen by the
Governor to attend the Traus-
Mississippi commercial congress
at Portland, Ore., Aug. ltf-19.
A Beautiful Home
This nr«ipcri\ in
nalc »i n bargain.
It. O. Williams.
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THE PEOPLE'S PRESS
We Have Some Special
Bargains in Clothing
Which We Want You to Examine
Men's dress pants $1.25 to $2.
Boys'suits sizes 6 to 9 $2.
Overalls and work shirts for men
and boys at right prices.
We have good values in ladies'
and gents' underwear at a bar-
gain; also in summer dress goods.
Lawns at " 8c
We keep a full line of staple
and fancy groceries at low prices.
Good smoked bacon 18c
Dry salt meat 11c
Highest market prices paid for The (or the ^ ^
all kinds of produce. » to 8»y, will be; or, is ex
Yours to please, pec ted; or should be: at least
I C StCWflft everybody talks that way.
J* The oil well is still here and the ^
report that it was to be used for \
post holes, or to be cut up into
(5-foot lengths to set on end and
enclose the scfiool grounds in lieu
of a barbed-wire fence, is false.—
Chandler, Okla., June 19.—
The body of Grady Craig, the
farmer who died near Luther
last waek may be disintered for
further examination. There are
suspicions about the note found
addressed to his wife who is said
to have been at a neighbor's at
the time of his death. The sheriff
and prosecuting attorney are
investing the case.
If you want a L >an on
your farm, at a low rate of
Interest, with privilege of
Paying off the Loan, or any
part thereof, at any interest
paying period, without be-
ing required to give pre-
vious notice of such inten-
tion, call on
J. L Burns
THE OLD RELIABLE
LIVERY AND FEED
THE BEST LIVERY TEAMS IN THE CITY
HORSES BOARDED BY THE DAY OR WEEK PRICES REASONABLE
BUS LINE TO DEPOT
MEETS EVERY TRAIN PROMPT ATTENTION TO YOUR CALLS
WE ARE HIKE TO STAY
SERVICE AT CONORE- '
GATIONAL CHURCH fok—
j sunuay school io a n. General BIscksmithing
I Morning services at 11 a. ni. topic u
J The Divine Law. and Repairing Call on
j- Evening services, 8 p. in. topic
j Is the World Growing Better? j^f, [J, J0llflSOfl
Christian Endeavor, 7. p. in. j
I'raver service Wednesday eve.iiiiL'1 ^ y make a speciality of car-
r:30 p. in
All-are iavited to attend.
J. A.SI'KNCKK Pastor
Shop east of First State bank
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Strickland, C. A. The People's Press. (Perkins, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 22, 1905, newspaper, June 22, 1905; Perkins, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc305076/m1/3/: accessed December 10, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.