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Perry Chief, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1888, Perry, Iowa JX THE PERRY CHIEF. PUBLISHED KTXBT 1HIDAT By H. GALLUP. THE Cnnr-PiLOT Is a consolidation of the "Perry "Perry Pilot" and "Dallas Cen- ter Globe" and Its circulation IB guaranteed to Be larger than any paper Id the county or vicinity. It IB the official iiaper of the county, reports the official proceedings at earliest pos- sible moment. Turtne We three months; 76c months; per rear, when paid Iu ad- vance. Ifn tio paid, per year. or low as can be nude, conilstant with safe business prin- ciples. JJCITJI VOL. XIV. NO. 35. PERRY, IOWA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1888. direct tnoudt to Iowa. OnrbiMliMMmeiilimtMitluTfl obftrftCtorittJc of in and are rapidly teonriny Perry a BnHMtenterprMlUffOttr. I WHOLE NO. 704. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. COUNTY: Representative...............T. A Thnrnburg. Wm. Roberts Clerk............................ Lea Thornton Treasurer..........................Q. A. Willis Recorder...........................T. C. Walsh Sheriff......................John W. Uiddy SuptScboolB...................A. 'ey County D W Wooden H.r. Swallow, Ch'rn Board of J. R. Sbi-eley, I L. P. Wllcoi. CITY: Mayor, ...............S M Thornlry Clerk..............................B.A Hale wlmtner Solicitor.......................Norri" Brown Marshal.............................Thou Green Street ttobt tJinn Seiton Cemetery, W Cannon Ward; J T DavlR. S C Uoff. Second Ward; JM Condon, Geo. Leonard. Tliinl Ward; A W Trout, John Israeli. NOTE: The terms of no last named in each ward, expire. March, 1S8S. SCHOOL DISTRICT secrotan......................1 PariiiontiT Trem-urr............. I> J Puttee President ;O MoiliPr. P C Kude. Kred Knell. Gi-o 1) llurlon, W S FIRST Services every Sublmtli at v. M Evenlner. Sabbath School nt li M. Younir Peoples meeting out- limir before evening services Weekly prayer meeting Thursday evenings. Welcome All! A. F. HHAKPNACK, Pastor. HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT- I NRLLIK Editored CARRIE FOKORAVB. HARRT BRADLEY, METHODIST Kl'ISCOl'AL. Public e veil Lord's Duj nt in.45 A. M., and p. M Sunday School ut 12 o'clock, C. H Alnloy Supt. Class mootlnj? Sundays at p. M. Oxford League Tuesday Prayer mcctlnB erery Thursday evening at J. II. Pastor CO NGK Eti ATIONAl7 Services In Goff'a Hall every Sabbath at A M. and P.M. Sunday School at IS o'slock. -Normal class at p. M. Prayer meeting every Thursday cvonlnp. KKV. J. O. AIKMAN. Pastor. Horeb I. O. O F. Meet1- every Tuesday in hall 1111 Second n'reet, east side of triangle. Vi-itinjf bmthcrs wel- come. DAK. HUM-MAN, N O. J. J. DUM. M1, Secy. Lodge No. W, A. O. U. W. meets In UMosonlc Hall every 1st and 3rd Monday evenlnp of each month. H. J. Hoi MI M. W. F. H. Uuiit'KK, Itec-ordcr. Redfleltl Post. No. 2fl, Department nt Iiiwa, A. K. meets 1st. anil 3d Htiturilsy nlsrht after full moon. In MBsimle Hull, 1'orry, Visiting comrades cordially Invited. U S Cross Ciiinrd. I'armenttr Ailjl. CARDS, -v JOHN SHOKTLEY. W. W. CARDELL SHORTLEY CARDELL, Attorneys, French has left school to work for Mr. Cutter. pupils are absent this week because of the prevalence of "roseola." one can say tbe teachers and pupils of No. 11 are not accommodating. Misses Louie Cross and Carrie Forsravc of the A class were among those that took the teachers' examina- tion. the appeaiance of one of the 13's we should judge that he tins hail fin encounter with a spirit well tiained in scratching. would say for the benefit of all littlp boys that it is impolite to pull hair. carelessness of some of the pupils with reil ink is tfivine the school room the :ippeariince of a slaughter house. to the indisposition of the editor-in-chief, we aic incapable of fur- nishing many items. Itowen. of Chicago, visited the school on Tuesday. We are glad to say that the school is in the. best of working order. Each pupil is doing his best for the coming examination and promotion, after we shall enjoy a week's vacation. -The book-keeping class are making marked success in their work and after the completion of this term, if any of the merchants would like to hire a book-keeper, we would refer them to any member of this class. results of last month's exami- nations show the best work during the year. The highest per cent on record was made by two of the B's. I'inker'ton and Mrs. Miller visited us l.ist Thursday. following is the financial state- ment of the 1'erry High School Library: Whole amount contributed 75 EXPENDED FOn 1 Libley's pencil sharpener 5 00 1 BanietrGen. History 1 GO 1 Sketches English History 1 2o f> Vol. Wood's Natural History a 75 11 Vol. llisfEng. words ofl syllable 1 30 4 Vol. Green's Hist. Eng. People -2 GO K Vol. Irving's Life of Columbus .TO 1 Volume Boys' 2 50 i dozen botany glasses 1 80 i dozen wire stand globes J 50 7011 pieces toy money 87 10 pounds modeling clay 85 12 copies reading leaflets 2 50 Expressage 1 40 Total 42 Balance in bank C. M. PlNKERTON. From County Exchanges. Dexter Sentinel. The Sentinel prospers. We are laboring tor the poor now- working for ourselves. Geo. H, Burke moves next week to neer Casey where he will farm, tbe coming year. George denies that he will take a helpmeet but a short time will tell. S. C. writes from Lamed Kan- sas, Maivh 4th as follows. "Snow 3 inches deep, mercury 20 above. Tell all my bacheler friends to keep the drip wiped ofl their noses." J. C. Allen has received a letter from Kev. 13 O. Junkin at Luzonia Cali- fornia, giving the sad news of the death of his son Lawrence. The old citizens will remember Rev. Junkin as he was the first settled pastor of the 1'resby- tetian church in Dexter, and the son Lawrence was well known and beloved us a boy. The old citizens extend the hand of sympathy in this sad allliction. Following is the conversation recent- ly overheard on the train between Des Monies and I'erry. Firbt Uummer. "Less have a game of poker" Second Bummer "Get another man and I'll go First B. "Who'll 1 get? Second U. Find a man aboard from Perry and you're all right. First B. rises up and asks in a loud tone. "Any gentleman in this car hailing from Perry will arise" In resuonce a smooth faced attorney rather stoutly built rises up. "Come my friend lets have a came of poker." "I'm your man.1' The game proceeded and Perry's record as a poker town was sustained. asthetirstof this week almost every one in Woodward received A circular booming Del Norte and that country. .Our town election was a decidedly (fftiet affair, there being but one ticket ft the field. gentlemen were elected: Mayor. J. H. Barlow; Treasurer, Geo. Thomley; Becorder, U. H. Turk; Assessor, Wm. Doke; Council- men, N. Stevens and A. II. Johnston. There were 40 votes cost. Adel Tbe river for the past week has been higher than it has been for two years past. It really seems good to see the banks full again. fir. W. J. Hadley, Treasurer Willis deputy came over from Dexter last week aH8 commenced his duties in the oftlce. jThe mania for internal improvement F. K. Houghton and he is having his store room improved in ap- pearance. Milt lioeye is bossing the job. The following persons have been reg- ulft-ly drawn as Petit Jurors for the next term of Court which commences Tuesday, May 8th. li A. Lauluich S Conant CGI) Rickerson H It Evans J H Handeteman II Mart re n Office over Gamble's furniture store. NOUKIS BROWN, ATTORNE v -AT LAW, and JVotanj Special attention (riven to collection, and all other legal business promptly attended to. In Flist National Itank building. H. A. HOYT. ATTORNEY-at-LAW, FEKKY.. IOWA. Will practice In State and Federal Court's. Lltl- g4Uon respectinis tax titles in Iowa a specialty. I A. P. BOND, ATTORNEY AT- LAW. A. J.ROSS. M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Iowa. All calls day or nlg-hl promptly regponed to. R. AlKEN, .V Physician and Surgeon, FERRY, IOWA. Office up-staire in Commercial Block, R. X.UNT, Justice of tiie Peace. OOU.ECTKH11 PROMPTLY ATTENDED To. W HOWARD BOUSE, VGeneral Insurance Igent OOw in old Bank building. A.T. PAJ The Photographer Ween Side, (WO IOWA O7IONEER. and will Pleasant Plaine Melodies. Ruess every body is feeling well at the piesent. was no school Monday after- noon because of the school election. -a tin pan. The owner can have the same by calling on I. T. Crock- er. morning Mr. Wolfe's hay stack was set on fire by some unknown person. Quite a loss wo undeistaml. Murray was again elected to till the place of director. L. Wilcox. who has been going to school in Dexter for some time, re- turned home last week carrying hit- diploma in triumph. case of sickness was reported last week. We are not sure but think it was the heart disease. girls.of our school are learning to play ball and are thinking of getting up a nine of their own some time in the near future. understand our neighboring school. Bethel, will close up next Fri- day. wonder if Jessie Crocker won't go to Mr. Jessup's barn to hide again pretty soon. lie came back to school with his pockets and teeth full of hay. 1'eterCaylor and family have moved on their farm this side of the river. Etta Bennett visited at the school and among friends a part of last week. boys who went to town the other night didn't get thearncle they were looking at, although it tit like a hat. THE NKWS CAKRIKKS. Adel Democrat. John Gallaher and Will Frakes start- ed last week to try their luck in the far west and when last heard from were taking in the sights of Denver. James Miller moved his family and household goods to Boone county last week and will make his home there in future. He has purchased a farm near Ogden. Frank Preston received this week from George Welch of Punta Arenas, California, a curiosity in the shape of a small piece of hide of a sea lion, tanned. George killed the animal himself and in giving his description ot it says it weigh- ed pounds and the hide alone, be fore being tanned, weighed 628 pounds and was two inches thick. At a sale of household goods in Col- fax township this week four young men who had none of them been in the camp of the Benedicts for morv than three weeks were present. A baby cradle was one of the articles tu be sold, and the bidding on this useful article was carried to such an extent that it sold for about four times the cost of a new ono. The newlv married men ce-tainly were not posted on the COST of such articles, or else they were afraid the sup- ply would run out. To Please Mr. Cleveland. The Montana Stockman, a non part- isan paper devoted to the great stock Interests of the territory, makes the most siifuncant comment on the free policy ol President Cleveland and 4ise ways and means committee. 'e an reducing our stock of says the Stockman, "as fast aa we can to please Mr. Cleveland. W> will nave tbemdowntooMramMtd a shepherd DallHB Tenter Times. Cyrus Ilutchcson from near Panther P. O started for Walla Walla Washing- ton Ter. last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Michael Wagoner who live east of Panther P. O. are soon to start for California. Do not liiu) fault with the size of our paper, as it matches our subscription list. Help us double the latter anil we will soon double the former. At the town election on Monday II. M. Schamel was elected Mayor with 81 votes havingiiOopposition, W. D. dim- ming and Harry Hoberts, Trustee, Ed. Everett Goughnour, As- sessor. You do not, any ol you, advertise enough. You ought to use printers ink every day. You are asleep and want your business to run itself. Standing advertisements in the paper command confidence. Tbe man who for a yiar lives in one community and leads a re putable life, even though he be of moderate ability, will grow in tbe con- fidence and esteem of his fellows. On the same principle a newspaper adver tisement becomes familiar to the eye of the reader. It may seldom read still it makes the name and business of the man familiar, and its presence in the columns of a paper inspires confidence in the stability of his enterprise. has Woodward Knterp'isp. "There's millions in if has no re- ference to our pocket book. Milton Reynolds, of Dawson. moved his family to old Xenia. J. A. Waldo and Charlie ilarlow left the first of the week for Colfax Springs. If the backbone of winter Is broken there is no one in our recollection which more eminently deserved it, Mr. Wiltse, of Perry, visited at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Pat Egan for a few days, returning home Inst Tuesday. John Grimm certainly must have ar- rived M Del Norte, Colorado all O. K. "THE HUB' ASTONISHES COMPETITORS, And draws trade from the North side, from the South from the East Side, and from the West Side of this entire community, by its INCOMPARABLE VALUES, AND Unequaled Low Prices. The Gold and Silver King shirts have been on sale in this house over three yeais, and they give entire satisfaction. New, Fiefeh und stylish goods constantly being N. PLATT C E Taylor J El Towner O P Hoddan B A. Peck Pnuicis Vogus Jacob Knapp W g Mitchef F A tribbs A L Hammond llichard Smith N llethcot Jas Kingsley H Stttzel G A French S D Clark Alex Montgomery R M Davis C II Lyon. Maple Grove Murmurings. here next Sunday by Rev.Deardorff at 11 A. M. spelling school at Swan Lake one night last week was well attended. After spelling, several pieces were de- claimed, also a few good dialogues were anted. Lake school closed last Fri- day, also the school at Prairie Home. my, we didn't get to dance at T. B, Phillips last Thursday. It rained and the crowd didn't get there, that is some of them, but what did enjoyed the music, popcorn and cake. Maple Grove school, taught by Miss May Johnson, closed the 9th inst. Several -prizes were given by the teach- er besides a nice treat of candy. Friday a horse that Mr. Leon- ard was riding, fell with him. but for- tunately mud was his only injury. Knee and family moved to Perry this week. old fashioned play party at Mr. McAtee's last Friday night. The young folks came and had a grand eood time, after which they returned home about 3 in the morning. Mr. Summerson said the other eve- ning at the spelling school thai he couldn't get hold of the word he wanted to spell. We asked him if it was too long, being lexicographical or valetudi- narian. HP said no it was lacks, plural of lack, but he lacked to spell lack. Woods, was seized with an inspi- ration to wrestle the other day and started out. but couldn't dnd a match. tackle a sheep in wolf's clothing. bet we had a jolly good time at Henry Life's last Mon.lay night. A surprise party all on account of Miss Effie's birthday. Kffle and Orion Lisle, Mat Tinner and E. W. H. were at the llern- lyceum last Tuesday night. of school taught in District No. Dallas iownship. for the month ending March 9th, 1888: N umbel not absent during month: Austin Robinson Ross Lisle Emmet Davis Lee Partner Ellsworth Maxwell Hurt Hesser Edgar Berry Vivian Hobinson Anna Lisle Argie Partner Essie Davis Average daily attendance during term, average enrolment, 20; num- ber not aosent or tardy during term: Vivian and Austin Robinson; number of visitors, 30. COUA JOHMSOK, teacher. TrfE PEOPLES FAVORITE, Clothers, Hatters, and Gents' PurnishefsV' OPEN EVERY DAY BUT West Side Triangle, THOS. J. Popular Hardware Store ON SECOND STREET. While there look over his fine assortment pi Japanned and Granite ware, Stoves andL ware, Oil CARVING KNIVES AND FORKS AND Of Every De icription. i. DEALER IN DRUGS MEDICINE WoodwarJ Waifs Potter returned last Saturday, from a years sajourn !n Nebraske. He will go back in about a iceek. school election resulted in the selection of Mr. Charles Learning for director. Ezra Miller will for Colo- rado soon. J. W. Winkler was chairman of the Hepubhcan delegation to the coun- ty convention. Joseph P.nseell lias so- far re- covered from bis rheumatic attack, AS to visit with his parents test Sunday. -Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Parker, of I'erry spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mis. Stiles. public schools clow in six weeks. WOODWARD ALSO A FUIX LINE OF Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Hair, Cloths, Tooth, Nail, ami Fleslj, Brushes. Physicians' No. 13 AqeoxlA St. IN SPA PERI
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