Noble County Sentinel - Holiday Edition - Dec. 23, 1897
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Get your girl a nice book Xmas at Post Office Book Store.
Frank Kune and Dick Armine, of Newkirk, were in Perry yesterday.
Farmers, list your claims with the Banner Land Co. They have buyers.
Nothing more appropriate than a nice book for Xmas. See em at P. 0. Book Store.
Those wanting cut flowers for Xmas should send their order at once to Furrow Bros., Florists, Guthrie, 0. T.
Mr. A. M. Howendobler and daughter from Marysville. Mo., will spend the Holidays with E. E. Howendobler and family.
If you want to decorate your store or church for Xmas, write us. We have everything you want and at right prices. Furrow Bros.. Florists, Guthrie, 0. T.
Money to loan to prove up claims. Low rates of interest. F. S. Gum. west side of square.
What is it? A cure for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, hoarseness, sore throat, and all bronchial affections of the throat, chest, and lungs. Fifty doses for 50 cents. Money refunded if it fails to give satisfaction; we mean Dr. Simmon's cough syrup. For sale at East Side drug store.
Did you see those lovely books at the Post Office Book Store? Frank, they're too utterly too-too.
After all a book makes the most lasting satisfactory present at Xmas time. See'm at Post Office Book Store.
The household remedy is Hunt's Lightning Oil. All aches and pains quickly relieved. Satisfaction or money refunded. On sale at East Side drug store.
Don't forget the home folks this year. A nice book at Xmas is all the go. The're (sic) at the P. 0, Book Store.
No one is so old, no one is so young but what fitting and appropriate gifts in abundance can be found in our splendid display of popular and pleasing Christmas presents. E. E. Howendobler.
A cough is an easy thing to cure if taken in time. It is dangerous to neglect one for any length of time. Dr. Simmon's cough syrup is guaranteed. Fifty cents a bottle. Sold by East Side drug store.
Furrow Bros., Guthrie, 0. T., will have the finest line of flowers for decorating purposes during holidays ever seen in the territory. Send them your order and you will get what you send for and at lowest prices.
E. H. Beasley of the firm of Cameron & Beasley, died at an early hour this morning, after an illness of nine days. Uremic poison is thought to be the cause. Mr. Beasley had many friends in Perry.
Our old friend, George Lebus came in yesterday morning from Bonham, Texas, and will spend Christmas at home. George says prosperity has struck him, of which his host of friends are glad to hear.
Why Dr. Simmon's cough syrup is the cheapest. It is the only cough remedy giving fifty doses for 50 cents. Money is refunded if not benefited or satisfied. Try it. Ask your druggist for a sample bottle. For sale by East Side drug store.
Ben Vaughn, who shot J. D. Smith in the leg and Henry Brockman in the thigh at the Sunday school picnic last summer, was tried, found guilt and sentenced yesterday by Judge Bierer to eighteen months in the penitentiary.
Uriah Jones, Hezekiah Brown and John Peter Smith will testify to the wonderful curative properties of Dr. Simmons' cough syrup. Sample bottles free. Satisfaction or money refunded. For sale at East Side drug store.
Last Tuesday, Dec. 21 1897 Mr. J. G. Mautray and Miss Maud Cummings were united in marriage at the home of the brides parents. The SENTINEL extends congratulations and wish them a happy voyage through life.
The SENTINEL returns its Christmas thanks to Mr. A. V. Fannin, of Redrock township, for a basket of sweet potatoes, the largest and finest we have ever seen. Mr. Fannin raised 115 bushels from one-quarter of an acre of ground.
Lost. - In Perry, a gold medal, on one side of which is engraved, "For the highest, graduating essay," and on the other the names "Bennett, F. Young and Lizzie F. Gray." A liberal reward will be given for its return to Dr. J. A. Hooe, of Perry.
Yesterday morning at 6 o'clock the post master at Chandler was held up by three bandits and robbed of $600. Postmaster Riner was making up the Guthrie mail when three men entered the office and pulled a revolver and robbed the money drawer. They made their escape into the woods east.
Mrs. W. L. Murray, of Polo, died last Tuesday of nervous prostration caused by child birth. The remains were buried in Oakdale cemetery followed by a large number of friends who witnessed the last sad rites. The child was a fifteen pound boy and lives to learn of the sad death of a fond mother.
F. D. Hummer's residence on west D street was discovered to be on fire yesterday morning about 9 o'clock After nearly the entire town had congregated and the fire department had squelched the fire and almost ruined the goods in the house, the fire whistle sounded the alarm by blowing itself hoarse. The house was saved, but, those who witnessed it, said it was a hummer at first.
Mr. R. Churchill, the efficient clerk in McCubbin's grocery house, will leave Friday evening for Kearney, Neb., where he will spend the holidays with his children who are making their home with their grandmother. Mr. Churchill's close attention to business and affable disposition entitles him to a well deserved vacation and the SENTINEL joines (sic) his many friends in wishing him a pleasant visit.
About Xmas presents: nothing makes a more appropriate gift than a nice book: biggest, line in Oklahoma at Post Office Book Store.
A Sad Affair.
Tuesday morning about five o'clock the residence of W. H. Hall, who lives four miles northwest of Perry, was totally destroyed by fire, together with the household goods and the family's clothing. In attempting to rescue the wife, who was thought to be inside the burning building, Mr. Hall was severely burned by the roof falling on him, but by heroic efforts made his escape, but not without serious, if not fatal injury. The family is left without means, and this morning friends were soliciting assistance from the public.
Order your favorite author from the P. O. Book Store.
Dr. K. C. Sapero,
surgeon and a specialist in the diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat and expert optician, is here, accompanied by his wife, with headquarters at Perry Hotel until Dec. 26; a large stock of glasses and artificial eyes on hand. Difficult cases of school children solicited. Best of known references on demand. Those who are unfortunate and unable to pay will receive same attention without charge. If your glasses require to be ground or if you are in need of treatment call early. Consultation and examination for glasses free.