Oklahoma City Daily Times. (Oklahoma City, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 89, Ed. 1 Friday, October 11, 1889 Page: 3 of 4
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Tta OKLAHOMA CITY DAtLY TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1880.
" OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES.
r aMInhea by
OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES PUBLISHING CO.
In the interest of the
Enured at the Post Office at Oklahoma City,
Okla boraa Territory, for transmission through
the mails as sccond-clsas mail matter.
Priccs for advertising space made known on ap-
All bilUfoi advertising to be monthly upon pre-
sentation of bill by the publisher or authorized col-
Official City Directory,
Mnvur «T. I. Kiiuan
Reconler M. Vance.
City Attorney J. H 3®n.My
B. f. Waller.
H. A. SuUins
(VV. 8. Karnes.
I W. A. Roliertson,
! \V, A Barker,
fT. J. Head.
j (i. W. H. Chinn,
I). Noon a n
D. V. McKay
A-, T. & S. SE. R R'
Arrival and departure of trains carrying:
No.401. Oklahoma & Texas Express 4:01 p. m,
No. 451, Aconmniortattop. 5:4H a. m,
No. 421, Accommodation, 2:431", M
N6.402, Atlantic Express. 4:08 i>, >i
No. 4r>2,n Accommodation, 10:401'. M
No. 422, Accommodation, 7:15 A. M
Captain Stilus is at Camp Scliofield.
Dry Goods, Hals aad Caps al Bolar Bros.
Queenswaro and Glassware at Bolar
J. E. Goulding and wife arrived last
Mr S M Bugg lias Closed out his stock
Mrs. W. \Y. Scoll, is ill with the chills
A finely assorted lot of cook and fancv
stoves will arrive in a few days forJ.B.
Otto & Co., California avenue.
Any body having lost sonic bundles
of shingles, some nails and clevis can
The Oklahoma Dancj^g Clul) extend have the same if they will identify^
to Mr Croslund their hearty thanks for the property and pay fjr cost of ad-
generous offer of the use of his hall. vcrtising the same.
Starr keeps the best workman in the O, G. TltOHNTON,
Dep. U. S. Marshal.
land. Call on him for his patent ventilat-
ing flue. California avenue west of Broad-
The M. K. Choir met at the residence
J. W. Ulbbs has his new cottage almost i ,)f M*. C- • Beftnl lust "I5*'1"- rlu'v
| will meet next '1 uesday night at the
I Buckeye House on Grand avenue,
Mayor Fagan exhibits commendable
I'ROPKKStONAL CA 111)8.
O. W. ADAMf,
at 8. F
Will Ilarvcy is with us once more.
Wall paper, latest patterns, at Scott
Seed wheat and Rye at Church &
The Carter & Rugg property brought
$500.00 at auction,
Remember that you can buy Coffee for
20 cts., per poend at Boler Bros on Broad-
J. C. Adams and wife left yesterday
for Springfield, 111. to be gone about two
Cigars, Tobacco and nnokers goods at
Bolar Bros, on Broadway, between Main
Fresh Fish and Oysters contantly on hand
at Lechuor k Emerson's meat market on Cali-
The best assorted line of cook and heat-
ing stoves in Oklahoma City at J. B. Olio
& Co's, Gal. Ave.
* If you want a stove delivered to any
part of the city and put up properly,Vuy
of Pettee, 1 !9 main street.
Go to Dio. Howard & Foster, corner
r California and Ilarvey, and have your
teeth examined free of charge
lo tine dress making and
Call ou her on West
(r l'ickw'i'.U Hotel.
For oholce fresh Cellory fro to the Accomoda-
Notice Clio?. Webbs' new ad. Bargain
Store on Broadway.
Buy your heaters of Pettee, opposite brick
block on Main street.
Freeh Vegetables and salt meats always
on hand al Bolar Bros.
Nice California Honey
Rhodes' on Broadway.
Coal oil and gasoline, lamps and lamp
chimneys at Scott k Co.
Loaded shells and amunition at
Rhodes' Broadway Grocery.
H. G. Beard k Co. arc unloading a
car of tino Iowa potatoes to-day.
Show cases at manufacturers prices.
Scott Co., 1:20 and 122 Main St.
a good lot.
Mr. C. W. Price and Capitalist, (?)
Ebey went north on the train to-day.
Choieo meats of all kinds at tho Accomoda-
tion Market. Leehner& Emerson, prop's.
Mrs. Munger returned last night from
a visit to Kincaid, Paola and Kansas
Juoge Brown is moving his law of-
fice to-day on the opposite side of the
You can't do better than cell on J. B.
Otto & Co. if you want to buy a stove of
Pork and pork sausage nice and fresh
at the Accomodation Market, California
-Baled hay and feed for
Church d- Hurrah.
energy and good excutive judgement in
every good work that will serve to ad-
vance the interests of South Oklahoma.
Messrs Estes & Gutrldgc. owners of
the sawmills in South Oklahoma are
having all the work that they can do.
This mill i- :i great benefit to Oklahoma
No Quiniue, no arsonic or strychnine
in No. ii Chill Tonic, it is pleasant to
take. No cure no pay, try it. For sale
by C. 1!. Haley, comer California ave.
and lto'.inson St.
Every citizen should endeavor to see
that evei «tranger who comes to our
city is entertained. lit: should be showq
about the city and country and made to
feel perfectly at home with our hospit-
Mrs. Steinburger boasts of having
in her employ two of the most accom-
plished and skillful as well rapid
dressmakers that ever crossed the
deep. For joe work executed with
dispatch call on Mrs. Steinburger on
Good property in Wichita Kansas for
tVadc for Oklohotna City property.
HAMMER & ADAMS,
Atty'a & Counsellors at taw.
Will practice in the Unitrd States anc" Territorial
"" la! attention given to all) '
usiness. Otlicc in Ov«
Oklahoma City, 1. T.
])R. H. H. BLACK,
WKST GRAND AVENUE,
iNear Hudson street.)
Cnronie. <liseuMM a Mpeeialty. Kyo, Kar, Uen-
Itn.L'ilnarv an Itedal troubles.
Hat* tho I'lH'iniiHtieapparratUH fur tho treat-
ment of Ueaii,Throat and l.uutr dUcasos. 11
J)RS. WOOD& WOODS,
UflVr their professional services to the cilize
of Oklahoma City
Oflloe on California Avenue.
W. C. GOKGAS, M. 1).
Mrs. Kay will
Canned goods and Hryed fruits the best
a.id cheapest at Bolar Bros, on Broadway
between Grand Ave. and Main St.
Dra. Howard & Foster. Dentists, cor.
California find Ilurvey, up stairs over
R G Hall k Son's dry goods store.
Fresh, Staple and Fancy Groceries con-
stantly on hand at Bolar Bros, on Broad-
way botwecn Grand Ave. and Main St.
The'excursion last night brought in a
large uumber of prospectors and home
seekers, who we'"j welcome to the
Mr. J. E. BeH formerly with W. J.
Pettoe & Co. on Main straet, has. ac-
cepted a position with Shannon Bros,
on Grand avenue,.'
Tips, ribbons, flowers velvets and
all kinds of" trimming, hats neatly
trimmed, Mrs. M. Coles, Grand ave..
west of llickwick Hotel. -■
Property owners on Main and First
streets who are interested in the ditch
question will meet at 1) II Hull's store
on Main street this evening at 8 o'clock
Every bottle of No 3. fclliill Tonic is
^guaranteed and you dont have to send
oil to g^t your money back, in case it
don't cure. You can get your money
back right In Oklahoma City at Haley's
Stuayed on Stolen—Two ' small
ponies, one dark bay, brand 22 on right
shoulder. One sorrel, brand E A on
right hip. - Will pay a liberal reward
for their recovery or information lead-
ing thereto. G. W. Patrick.
The Dancing Club will give a Grand
Ball at the Silvermoon Dining Hall,
Tuesday evening, October 15th. All
those who are so fortunate as to rcceive
invitations should attend these very en-
joyable parties, The managers on this
occasion are, Einil Braclit\ A Shields,
W E Larsh, W F Bracht, C F Howe and
E C HamiU.
Report of Signal Service Oklahoma
V^...('ity, 1. T. for the nion'h ending Sept.
| 30th, ?889.
Mean Temperature from observaions
taken 8 o'clock a. and p. m. Oo.lO
Mean Maxiuni Temperature 78.00
Mean Minimum Temperature 55.38
Highest Maxiuin Temperature
September 2nd and 3rd
Lowest Minimum Temperature
September 20th and 'iTtli
Rainfall • 4.50 inches,
As reported by C. F. Summer. Volun
Blacksmith coM, Osage, Kansas and
Rich Hill, Mo. Coal for sale at Church A:
Mr. F. W. Ingham, an old acquaintance
of Mr. D. H. Hull from Falls City Neb.,
is in the city.
Rev. James Murray goes to Norman
to-day, to hold service's there to-morrow
and next day.
A good back and two good horses to
hire very cheap. Call at No. <20 Cali-
R. G. Hall k Son are going to Close out
their stock of goods hy November 1, re
gardless of cost.
A full line of ammunition at the low-
est cost prices. Wm C Winter & Co
115 California avenue
G. W, Hon den returned last nhlil from
the Chickas.m nation where lie has been on
an extended business trip. 1
If yoy wanf cheap clothing or hoots
and shoes go T. J. Newcll's corner Reno
avenue on Ilobioson street.
We reijret to learn of the illness of
James Brogan, but entertain strong hopes
that he may soon be well again.
Ladies call on Mrs. Maty Cole
Grand avenue west of Pickwick house
for hats, and Millinary goods.
Drs. Howard & Foster extract teeth
by the use o: a local aucasthetic. entire-
ly new to the dental profession,
Stoves for the rich and stoves for the
poor, at prices to suit the purchaser at J.
B. Otto & Co., California avenue.
Call on T. J. Starr far tho best flue that
is made, one reccomniended hy all the in-
surance companies. Starrs patent.
Work the "rabbit foot" on your chilli-
by taking No 3. Chill Tonic for sale by
C. B. Haley California ave. t 5 t.
The M. E. Church people are sad-
ly disappointed not to be able to oc-
cupy the new church next Sunday.
Mrs. A. L. Dunn and daughter arrived
last night from Missouri, The Doctor
wears a broader smile than usual to-day.
MULES FOR SALE.
When you want to buy or sell mules,
call on J. B. Garrison west Ileno Ave.
Mo. 3 Clllll TotliS.
No cure no pay, for sale at C. B.
Haley's drug store California ave.
Sons of Vetrar.s Notice.
All S. of V. over tli3 age of 18 years
will please meet at U. G. Beard &
Co's commission house, No. 19 Grand
avenuo next Friday, 11th at 7:30 for
the purpose of securing a charter.
By Order of Com.
Largest Stock 1 Lowest Prices.
STOVE! STOVES! STOVE!
Big Stoves, Little Stoves, Cheap Stoves,
STOVES AT ANY PRICE!
Call and see us and you will surely
Department business. Otlicc in OverhoUer Block
| buy when you see our Goods and Learn
We Will not be Undersold
Also a large line of Lamps. A full
line of tlie celebrated Rochester
Hanging and Standing Lamps*
The-largest Lne of
In the city. If you want a good Knife
call and see us.
Remember the place, opposite the
new brick on Main streot.
Call and see our stock. We shall be pleas-
ed to show you through whether you wish to
buy or not.
The oldest Hardware firm in the city; es-
tablished April 23,1^89. Kespectfully,
W. j. I'ETTEE&Co.
F. 8. DEWEY, M. I)
Physician & Surgeon.
1 will offer niv professional services to
the citizens of S?ou*h Oklahoma City.
DRS. JORDAN & HIGGINS.
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS.
Office over Post Office, where they will be found
from 7 a, in. to 6 p. m. unle.-s professionally em-
ployed. We solicit the patronage of all both rich
OKLAHOMA CITY, - - - - OK. TY.
A. J. I5EALE
PHYSICIAN anil SURGEON.
olTrrs his Professional Services to the Public
()IUec, filoek No. F>2, California ave, oklahoma
City, 1. T. Ki it.kkm i:s: Prof. C. O. Comegys,
("ineinnatti. < >hio; Drs, 11, McDowell an l T. II.
Hood. Cynthiatia Ky., Dr. E. \V Martin,
Fremont, Nebraska; Dr. Frank Gray, Ft.
Worth, Texas; I)r J. H. Seaton, Newton,
Kansas: Gov. C. W West, Salt Lake Citv, Utali
Consultation in German or Englfcb.
Wdst Grand Avenue.
Oklahoma City, - I. T. 12
What's the Matter to
Except to Save You
L, W. BENEPE M. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
Special atlontion to
S TJ HGRRY.
Iteaiden^o eorner Grant ami Harvey. Office
on Main three doors west of Oklahoma Dank.
W. HOI. ANT,M. D„
PHYSICIAN AW SURGEON.
ROOM ! : NO. MAIN ST.
Over Willi lidal Estate,
Found nt ofliee all hours when not profession-
OKLAHOMA CITY, J. T.
(Sep JitJ 1 m d & w)
D. D HALSTED, M. D.
404 West Mil In St.
OCULIST OUST F.rUIC I AN & Si'EC IA LIST
25 Years Professional Experience.
CURBS OAT A til ill
and all Eyo. Throat, S \nal, Venereal Chroti':
:indFeiiIt I);-«•: s. w. | |LKS. m TI L.\. KCI'
TI UK. IIYDHOCKLES, FliVKlt SOHKS, DE
FOKMITIKs. Ket., (Jnarantees .safe eonduet
of all eompliyati'd and difficult Obstetrieul
cases. Solnts Severe, Critical and mo called
incurable eases. Consultations Free.
J. E DAI.I
If you waut first-class dental work go
to I)is. Howard & Foster, corner Cali-
fornia and Ilarvey. 88
Sautb Oklolioma is candidate lor
Dewspaper honors. M'e understand that
a weekly paper will be started there
The Winnigham Bros, are having
chimneys built to their store building
and otherwise making valuable improve-
You can get more goods for oue dol
lar at T. J. Newcll's, corner lleno and
Robinson than any other store in Okla-
Mr F.I MeGlinchy has returned from
Kansas City, This firm will largely in-
crease their facilities for business tliis
fall and winter.
Yesterday we v\. rc favored with it call
from lir. lleardslev from Arkniiftsjuthrrto
Mr. Frank Beurdiloy, formerly an eaiployoi
on tho Timks force. Ifit lit an old time
fried of our Dairyman W. II, IiI) 11VI liVM'J
llait of the cltv,
Large Dish Part .25
Large wash basin .15
2 qt. Coffee Pots .15
10 qt. Milk Pa;is .'15
10 qt. Flaring pails .25
Revol. Flour Sifter .20
No. 8 Copper Bottom
Wasli Boiler $1.25
2 Hoop W Pails ' .15
Wash-tub and Board,
4 doz. Clothes Pins
and large bottle ol
We have the stock of] ors
->~i„ j..„ j. a r~ M ; .'PcciaMv of all kinds of dental
J^ngl PlateS pi &ec ■ woi Wv extract teeth without pain.
Ellgl' C.&S. pr set .45 j Clm,! ,r : onable saii«f«-ti... gu^an
r „_ teed Office in Overholser block,
i-jciige comereci vege-| oklahoma cm. - - i. t.
table Dishes .501
Set of heavy hotel1
1 Good Lamp complete
tor ~ ' .35
3 lamp chimneys .25
Set of Tea-spoons 15
Set Table-spoons .25
Set of Steel Knives
and Forks $1.00
Very fine large Silver
/%, H. & H
Wm. C. Winter &Co.
G. F. I'EAK.
T. J. FAG AN,
ATTORNE Y-A T- LAW,
Special attention t£iveil Land Contests
Oklahoma City, lleno Ave.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes.
OKLAHOMA CITY, I. T.
S T OYE8,
E. J. HOLMES, H
DEALER IN ! rjj
1ENENEAL HARDWARE,;! t
i. 113 Main St., Between Hmodivay k Harvey
BAROHit & BIXLER,
at Law & Real Estate Ai'ts.
Olilaljoma City, I. T.
Will prar ice in lie Territorial and
. - - . _ .Federal C iur'«. Office on eorner
plated castois (o eli*. Broadway 1 'lain Street.
graved bottles) re- '
dueed from $3.50 to
Children* Shoes $ 1.00, f'l untl ] ) \ i I I ' ! I \ (j .'tj S1
Lathjs Grain Shoes worth $.2. (tffyl.oO
Hoy's Shoes s 1. -Si. nn'f si • >0,
Save your money b\j buying wlu'ic;
they sell at rcasonabh pri><s.
CHAS. II. WEBll'S
BroadwaV, between Mailt and (J. Ave.
I am also pai/im? the high
est ('ash jPricc fur Que it.
Prairie Chick ens, Wild
Turkcti a nil Duck# and
[jine tnr^c Veer.
J. J. KILKY S
fonsoi ial Parlor,
. and children's hair cutting and
■41 mip< oing.
Vi, :0, (IRAXD AVK,
Iletwetn oiulnny and Front.
p ,i hill
J T HILL
sclahoma o market.
Highest market prices paid for all kinds
Shippers, Feeders and Slaughterers.
GENF L. CRAMER.
Commissioner of deeds
for State of Kansas.
irival of all tr.iin
* pension' affIdavits a specialty.
pj (tfiMICD } arSS
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Sawyer, Hamlin W. Oklahoma City Daily Times. (Oklahoma City, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 89, Ed. 1 Friday, October 11, 1889, newspaper, October 11, 1889; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc101247/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.