The People's Press. (Perkins, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1905 Page: 4 of 12
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The People s Press
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rwt, no amount
tli** parS of c*rta
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At tho Oklahoma Chaotauqua
iMMiiiiMly recently W. J. Ilryon
and (iov. Im "ollntt both wlvinwl
that no railway attorney* promi
nently icl**ntit!«*«l with railroad
companies* be *el«*cfc*l as dele
glttOS to thO single HUitolllMKl dill
In tliese days when politics ire
not in the air, it is a splendid
time to look around for gend men
lo trot out when the proper time
And those fellows who are
carefully grooming themselves
for the race are just the men not
"to trot out."
Oak Grove Notes
Mm* i f. ■ l h • nrnvii'
fr<*tn a wagon la*I week, by the
overturning of a spring seat, and
1 both wheel* pa-*.si
'Tli^re Mvmit to n«»to
»ult* however. Simpiey another
plea for better r »ads. Why can
we not have them?
A nic- attendance, and an
interesting services is report
ed for the 10th at <»ur S. S.
Mrs. Irvm Turner aud little
he ha* boeii mi i >:«g t
ijr connected with |!m
pnr<tte» interest* of the Country
*i# au attorney, that his ap|iotnt
iiient a« the I* ding member of
the cabinet <» not a fortunate one
over her 'f Mo president intends to carry
on his w«»rk of enforcing the laws
against the great trusts which
have violated ti etn. Morrison
were not envited, and so forth.
To he sure we feel like the bibli-
cal talebearer all the time. And
ones went to Morrison Monday: believe w<. are much mi8Used and !
afternoon for a woeks visit.
misunderstood as the lightening
working in ; rod agent but as long as we can
j see and hear we will till our cor-
just the same; so
When It Cmnes to Prices
and QUALITY of GOODS
T e beat paint*. nils. varni^M brushes,
jmjwr, patent medicines and
'At onr store you u ill tind a splendid line
perfnmen. toil*i articles and; jewelry
Hill & Thomas
PKKKI N'S, OK I .A HOM A
little two year old daught- net
er of Mr. Pierce, colored, died thete now.
En route l'or t'oloriHo. durance
Jones, Irwin Gardner and John West-
man, of Union district near Chandler,
stayed over night with Clarence's
father. John S. June.-*, Wednesday
night Mr. Gardner is making the
trip with the hope of improving his
.health' Suuday, and knows
W. 15. Pierce whs ;i visitor at the1 Our neighborhood
Sunday night aud was hurried
Monday at Clayton.
Little Miss Kthel Purdy is en-
joying a visit from both her)
grandmas, Mrs. Cameron of
Calif., and Mrs. Purdy of Kans.
Contrary to Modern proverbs
Mr. and Mrs. Purdy have a very
happy family. The writer joined
.. r j- i Subject:
the company for dinner last
M. B. CHURCH
Sundty School at 10 «. m.
l'reaohing by the pastor «t 11 a. m. [
Subject: Triumphs of Faith.
Junior League at 2:30 p. m.
Senior League at 7, 30. p. in.
Preaching by the pastor at 8 p. m i
A l esson From Ninevah,
Prayer meetimr every Thuriday
evening at S. o'clock.
Strangers and friends are cordially 1
THE ur.I) RELIABLE
LI VERY 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 HERE TO STAY
borne of Jas. Parks yesterday While
a surprise party was in progress in
honor of Mrs. Park's birthday. Broth-
er Pierce not onlv had a visit with old
friends but gathered some plumbs to
Elmer Longan is (juite sick Dr. Hajj-
ner was called to attend him Saturday
evening. He was h little better yes-
tieo. Cow are r is harvesting his pota-
to crop; he had dug bushels yester-
John S Joi.es was at Elm (irove
Sunday, according to appointment and
report a good meeting.
Meeker announced prayer meet-
ing at Hope Well next Wednesday
Y»i?r reporter had the pleasure of
•lieinx *t the birthday dinner, jfiveii by
Mrs. Jas Ifcownejr to inanv friends on
3»st Sunday. The lal*»r preparing for
tlie coiutart of so msnr must tm\>
l*»n !«»that M r» I »owoey's chief
pleasure noist ha\e l*en fii the knowl-
edge of giving «o nim-ti pl»-««ure t«»
\jn*rt Davis i* fliKiinl «»B»e fine
large cotton t*»Ien in h <* W«l Ami he
gave us *xi*e fine iiw«'iii< ear*. *<*».
invited to these services. Come one! I
upon by a lady beef peddler last! ( olJie ajjjt
week. We are up to date alright. rjsTKK DkCi.abk d. 1).
Who would not admire the grit I Pastor.
of Americwn women? - —
We were truly glad to meet
"Scribe" the 4th. And we
missed her tlie following week
hut supposed that she had not
recovered from the effects of the
celebration. Glad to see you
Such a hard time as a country
correspondent has, anyhow!
People that would enjoy seeing
their names in print, would hide
any news from you, simply be-
cause they want to see you dis-
apointed in helping the paper. | SERVICES AT THE
SERVICE AT CONGRE-
Sunday School 10 a. m.
M rning services at 11 a.m. topic
Thh Growth of Religions Thought.
Evening services, 8 p. in. topic
The Comiupr of Christ.
Christian Endeavor, 7. p. m.
Prayer eerviee Wednesday evening
7:80 p. m
All are invited to attend.
J. A.OricM KR Pastor.
Some things happen that we d<
not hear of. and if it is not in the |
pajior. the omission'is mentioned
in loud terms in your hearing. 1
If an item is slightly incorrect or I
too true, you get called down and
are forbidden to use their names
anymore. One little friend
ttxHight we must not mentimi a
pleasant uncial erent becaase we
Sunday actiool 10. a. ni.
Preaching at II. a. m.
It. Y P. I . 7. p. in.
Preaching at v p. m.
Prayer triuvn every
evening at s.p. m.
Eteryhndy i.« cutnlially
W II. Elaey.
J_J AVING moved into the stone building on the east side
of Cherry Street, formerly occupied by Stansbury &
Robb, we invite our friends and patrons to call and see us
We will make you close prices on our good, as we sell
strictly for cash, and do not have to stand the losses of a
credit business, and consequently can sell oloser.
Special attention given to phone orders.
Yours for busiuens.
C. R. Jones
Busin<*«* Ph.»ne 3m
U*«»idence Phone 72
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Strickland, C. A. The People's Press. (Perkins, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1905, newspaper, July 20, 1905; Perkins, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc305080/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.