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Chief-Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1900, Perry, Iowa nev. VOLUME XXVII. PERRY, IOWA, THURSDAY, JULY 5, i900. LARGE! TiinrniBF'-iin I'f n 1 Milt tin- most J II K ilii-coiiwllilutli I Pilot, 1'l-IIV Hilton J Wiiiidw.Llll TliiH'S J imir uf tin- MSI l4iiner can-drive his plow tp'iui tip to the fence corner, pull out his pocket book and malte a mail remittance without the loss of five time Boxes have been established at all the gates and on cor ner posts oi the cross roads for the con- venience ol those living oft the route The mail cirrier a sort of bngle to announce his visit, as the postmen do with whisHes in the suburban districts of cities He leaves Cnlltio prompt- ly morning, and if aecom him in fine weather, 3'on can get showed 11? a piece ot granite from a j a ghmpse of every pretty country gill nev. qnariy which has just been open- ed. It is different fiom anything of the kind that has ever been pat up in ;his part of the country and promises ;o be ti anety that will be largely i n lem.ind irom its line polish and color [fc is called the Green find when jo'ished is simply beautiful Llepnblic.in News "The steamer Record vaa shipped to Okoboji last Friday and te.imboatiug on the Coon is probably i thing of the p ist The bruit had been the source of considerable pleasure but .he patronage was not sufficient to jus tif3' the attention required to manage i boat Chailey Brockway carne up from Des Moines Saturday for a brief in company with Arthur Fanlk- j its money in the enterprise. The car- leraudilr Garber he ftpeets to start jrier, Mr. Wtllard Sjnmmers, is not -1th tor n trip to the coast for a summer's outing, stopping in several ot the larger cities heie engagements can be made lor their mandolin clnb [t vv ill be an enjoj-able trip and the boys to ni'ike at least expenses while they away. on the load who is expecting a lettei. because she will be seated on the fence post or stile blocks waiting If yon want medicine or a Doctor or to learn what sort of dramatic enter tainment is to be in town that night, or who is going to pieach, or how the revival meetings are coming on.'it is a part of Uncle Sam's servant's mission to attend to jonr wnut-> and i give the! information requested. In fact, he i t.ikes the place of a local ilaily news-1 paper, and he thoroughly enjoys the I popularity his position giv es him. For a time about every man on the lonte predicted the failure of the ex was too good to last and the goveinment would certainly sink! losing any sleep, however, foi ftar of I I A PAKK SUGGESTION. Eus Curcr have been very much nterested in the qnestion of a public jark at Perry I have noted what the URTCF REPORTER and Adverti-er have iaa to on the subject lately Of course jon will wonder why I rhonld ie cor.rei w d about this mattf-r. The "act is, I am interested in Perry, al vrajs have been and always expect to >e While I removed from there >ral years ago, I never withdrew ''the old love" I formed for the place in niy davs. I shall ever remember 'erry as the-starting point in mj- life. t's alwaj 3 like "going home" to visit here. What is true in mj- case is no Iniibt equally as true of everj- jonng m.iii who gone out from Perry. The friendships formed in childhood ire as lasting as the stars of heav en. 3ow I remember those earlier dajs in the little village of Perry, and how I recall the boys and girls who were my plnj mates, many of whom, like myself, h.ive gone to other towns to fight life's battles. I do not know here they are or what they are doing; and I doubt if there is anvone living in Perry who can tell yon mnch abonl these jonng people. I should like to know where they are. and what vocations in life they h.ive chosen. Ko'-v. as to the subject of a public park in Perry, if }On will allow a j suggestion from me) would say I farorJ the site of the old triangle. It has an, interesting history, particularly so to] who remember st before the' "Second street boom." Fnrther. I; wonld that Ihe park consist of trees donated by young men and womra i" fomiprly In ednt Perry, but are scattered ali the United In lliat w.nj- jon get an interesting variety of trees and ut Un- tile alwlishuient of his job, because he if the government should get! tired of it, the farmers would clnb to- gether and pay his salary for the con- tinuance of the serv ice thuuiselves. He will shortly purchase a new "s-pnng vv.igon to handle the increase in news- paper circulation along the route and package business, ,i little side hue by which he adds quite a to the paid him by the gov- ernment. At this pirtlcnlar season of tfctr year. hen the farmer and his sons are busy in the held, and every horse on the plactf is needed, the free dehv ery is a special boom- Spent a Good Farm Doctoring. Mr. A. N. Koel of Asherville, Kansas, s-ijs he spent a good farm doctoring himself for chronic diarrhoea but got no relief and afraid that he mnst die. He chanced to get hold of a bottle of j Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar-! rhoe.i Remedy and was permanently i cured by it. For sale by Draper Lonshlin. A Graceful Fit It you wear one of our new Hart, Schaffner Marx suits this season, you will have the best money can buy. They're worth more to any man than other clothes, but the way we are selling them they will cost you less than many others. They're the kind adver- tised in the leading zines and worn by good dressers everywhere. Citric men's Mm. You should see our Juvenile'] so nobby and catchy was ever shown in Perry. Call and look our stock it will post you up if you do not buy. You wil also find the correct things in SOFT and STIFF HATS at our store. W.H. MAMMON CO. sane time have something 1> toll iie jjoxxl Circular ielh-rs sent Jo Jiving a} a whodo not Sake of Ihe IViry By a 111 jJe effort yon aJi Hie and liKalions of haw mafle om mark fcr Ibeniselvcs. TJie ston of frtijthJ or on in Jtoe tray a litKc. divudnaJ not fct-1 aWe Jo jwy wayhJ Jo
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