The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 121, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 12, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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UAILROAD TlltS TABLE.
I KM Kxprt« •• 9
No. tnl, local > si r*tv
No. Ui, Local V rrlKht
Mo. i <4. Chicago I i joa
n a a. m.
' Remember Duncan Clarke and his
forty girls come direct from N\ w
^ ork I Uy. Their la-it season in thi
mo. i t iiicuk" i i(HMi « #1. a Mr*. W. H. Bruner, who l is hi i
JSIZ: vUiting in Uw city, theguc.l of M. .
K. ■ Ti—nil I 8. W. Cbanc.v, left for her k(HH in
i'O Vi 'L' WWM A SNAP?
HERE IT 16
*> ' unlimited choice
••i «' 'it iii rli House for
... ... *I«1U>«U. I|<ll
Perry, O. T., No*, i. l*j<.
y O. (I. f.—4'lierokee I xlg« So. 14,1. O.O.
X V . I'erry, oklahoma Territory, meets
*vei> Thursday even' g at T .w p. w., on l>
Seventh liftwi'i n H u;;.i (' «tre«t§. Visitors
yro always wt-lronn
O. Ci. 1'alm i r, n G
W. W. KUT-«*. I( i ,
KT^STMBK 1 UtttltiUrtof Kl-
X-i f>«kali, 1 o o k, nif«tg e?ery ••cond
and fourth Tuesday of ea< h month. Visitor®
welcome. Mm. i.illik I.iiukukk, H ti.
Hun Ki.oka l.mioi ktu, See
To. o. F. Perry Kncampwaut no. « Parry
• ok.. Hvary I ue&ilajr €>vjii!iik at
7 M) at odd KcIIohs hall. Visiting patri-
archs are cordially Invited to attend.
J 1' Anderson. C I', W W utan herit«e
Ej^lflTIRM STAR, Ptrrjr rnaptar Mo. II
I regularly on the second and fourth
Weduesduye of each month at hall on 7th
struct Visitors cordially Invited. KiuaJ.
rfvrrU. h M.. l r. t'. L taylor, Secretary.
(i 4. H Homei « load hxt No. M,
k • mi#-, ts every Mon ay eveidnKat 7 m)
P in it their nail n *ar tin corner of Seventh
and II street all romia «tInvited to meet
J*11'1 ua. t'. W . oi w im ,
Wtbl.Mf 'J'AM.OK, AKt. tom
OXEK C. JON'FN H, R, r. NO. 1 «l
•ts every first and third Tliurs lays
■' ■ • | • ■ ■ 1 u iiu i ti 11 i i ii (M k ia j 0
„ t t> in at Post Hull on Seventh between
A and It streets. KmmaC I'uMKKor,
ti Ti rijTj. VIVkmlut.'J"
\l,r ° ** ; l' 'rry < ami iti«<ets every first
f? und third >aturdu. * at 7 <ue.iu.,ln
llari Iiik i hall first stairway east of Hoard
or i rad«\ \l! old ami vlsltliiK meinhers ie
'jUcstol to hu present
" I'KKKT. K ll.t'LAHI,
Consul Com. Clerk.
FKIFM)s||||> AShKMIII.Y NO, HMI4 K.
oi l.. ;nc i s try Saturday evenlna at
•"In !• . i I' hall on He vent list reet he
. r?'n. ",'1 '* west of land office.
J 11. LKWIS, |j. <>. \yt T, smiii, M. w.
K NIOIITH «f I.AltoK meet every Wed-
III1-silay eve.. : ,1.1 p m, in their hall
i'ti'.ie "v< r 1'onca Aiming i „ 's
d. i iitkr, Rg, J. ii. Lbnwov, m W.
A k ' * K M l'«'rry Lodge No. 16 holds Its
J\ ir'uiar xmuunlcatb n tli** rnbt end
third Wednesdays at hall on Ti h street. All
1,aVe .11: olve.t 1 ,,,-rsl.
Charley Stewart remaining in cliar; e.
K "mtfZSj Hi si £: I „ Mi" Aliee «>• •i^u>m .t
L";"r '"''"I' a i v.hiiik t,le Baptut charch, • -j- in ....
Enlfbti walooaM. ■ > • ..
mental niu-;^. dull 0n her at the
I home of Mm. C! m ■ • .
Z~1' ~ ' ai.il
I ' !'.• < ■ Mill. .1 of A 1' :'*! union >"0 f\'t,
V . I ''i> . n'.lali'inia, mH.ti t-nrj Kri* I'll- / i :
d.i> ven „/ ill : m p m, oi Hie ( It/Hall.
TlilUaf Nnitlu-js n.Mu^i wrl(i>.u« v\ p .the c ■ 11 \ hall at 7;80tbia * - niitp ...
> ttnrtHrp(i'j|. secretai), i . « Prliii'. |'ic«- ,i. ,s
Ident, i .-USB the in Riu! ^ inm
— 8 "■cqoeite.j thn nil liioho i
•bouUl In? pro- in.
Mm. B. It. (Jreer left this morni ); '
for Wiutleld, lvaH., where nho Koes lo I
procure bowers for the legislative I
W. J. McKinley, of tlio Newkirl;'
Republican, came in on the noon
train to attend the Kreo Home'
On and after Thursday the Htb of'
l'ebruary, passenger train N'o. I'ji
will leave J'erry at 2:38 p, in. instead
of 3:30 p. m.
Attorney Hudson, an old resident •
of Perry, came in today from Kureka, I
Kan., accompanied by his sister-in-
law, .Miss Penwell.
Messrs. McDonald, MeMurtry and
Kirkwood are in the city from Paw-
nee in attendance at the Free Home
Duncan Clarke's Female Minstrels
are considered far ahead of the Loiir
don Gaity Girls, who were in Okla-
homa City two seasons ago.
The Royal Palace taloon has just
received a beautiful new antique
brass cigar lighter which is 011 exbib- j
ition at that popular resort.
The civil suit for fifteen days con-
tinuance was filed in Judge Holt's
court today, (j, \V. Witcher plain-
tiff and W. P. Fisher defendant.
Rev. R. E. Sljers, of Edmond,Okla
homa, arrived on the aftf noon train
yesterday to assist during tin w U
in the revival at the M. 11. church.
Stewart & Severe, attorneys-at-law
whoso office is on the we-t side of
01 any pair of Odd Pant* in the
$3-33 Letter Heads,
Nothing is reserved, the finest
and Be st ot Everything we have
in the lion c is included in thin
sale. We cannot describe the
«oo<l< here, but Conte In and
, look at them. That won't cost
\«h/ a cent, and if you don't
think them dirt cheap at $9.99
per suit we won't ask you to buy.
I his sale closes promptly on
first come first served, j
Men's fine shoes and furnishing
goods a specialty.
South stile Square, Opp. Court Houas.
and Bill Heads
It now transpires that Caleb Jack- '
son finds himself in-durance vile or
rather looking into the gloomy future |
of ten din s sentein-e in the county
I ill. I !i> t. i1 k a chance of venue Ircrii '
Ju.Vi Ho. 1 S court for petit laroeny
' ourt and hence the result. !
'I 'ivor poor Caleb, and
hi - ri, aad the fact of it is \
e darkeys on earth.
say. he is
DISTRICT NO. 81.
• 1 11: w 1
JVALt Hi LP WANTED.
knlvc.«, j--i ks. <0.,...1 ,
by dlpplnu In
or ha, I '.Mui
^ I 1 l.in I« a i
•ited im !ni: v i
*0. 1 situation
• 1 toils .No 11.
j A Huif on jv 1
Be.'le pli .tin
1 • lit fend ..11, was
wij pi.tiuii court thiH morn.
Aih'hi'Vs I honorab
| B. II. Snyder,
■ G Evans & (
I era of ti-: - and .
.. :n !'i.k 1 I (la) in tae 1:;
•'clockm. toliiiureintiruoji la thi dmhi^ left fur G
Hi. Mime .lay. IWrUoi having Mwadior paaaenger.
"pyto. . .
Tis.i. mit : n.
-S Willi ' . 1.1:1 .-niUer uil'j a! ,'l' m,v|
..nt,,™.* Major Sulley and wife, special di-
~ — — r- I rectors and instructors of the 8a]\ -
I HkKV CATCWHS , ti0° Armv, are in the city and will
I eondaot the meetf^i Saturday, Sun-
, day and Monday at the opera hot.se.
^ < 'jr neigl.borhood
con i ted (.1
ie«, out now
■ -•th , very,
We have a very
'id pi 1 spcrous com- \
i ns being quite well
' ::ig iJiout fifty acres |
t'oinfort-able build- '
"n<l btr 1 lc and an1
Oil corn be- !
' i ruduui. Most of I
- j haven't sold feed
to sell in the spring,
J d< ig well for the
v y dry season.
' ^ * sown in this
i « •; !• lion* will
from the dry
The health of ilie
Furnished room . corner Sth and B.
! Everybody is especially invited to at
.. , ,, 1 .1 j ""iiv is especial
Cif° Barnett U dow" (r0D1 Poncn j tend these meetings.
di ?;.T"nger 18 bere ,rom chii-:
' „ night. All Hons are requested to bo
Homer and William Bamette are In present as there is sonu v. rs n -
the city from I'onca. j portant business to be attended to.
A. M. Petite is home from Guthrie order of camp council.
and other points south. j For the meeting of the Grand
Mrs. J. J. Cunnniugs went to Mul- Lodge A. F. and A. M. to be held at
hall today to visit friends. I Kingfisher, O. T.,Feb. 12tb the \ T
D. T. Churchill, of Kildare, is a S-F. will sell round trip tieketa to
guest of friends in the city. | Oklahoma City at ono and o.tu third
Forty dashing dancers, all on stage j ![**,*' Pite • all>' r'':'r"a,'-v -l'
at once, Perry opera house tonight, i J" 'eturn limit February i
Seright, on the south Bide of square,
Is the place to get harness goods, tf
Attorney Sam Galberth came down
from Newkirk 011 the noon passenger.
Hair dressing and manicuring at
the Gem millinery store for the
| ball tomorrow.
See the Carmenceita dance at the
I opera house this evening, it will
■ please the boys.
W. B. MeKinzie and wife, of Ar-
kansas City, Has., are guests of
friends in the city.
Duncan Clarke's female minstrels
I'ill give a first class show al Perry
Opera house tonight.
The reserved seats have been sell-
fast fur the Female Minstrels at
tl.e opera houne tonight.
j[ tonight boys be at the opera house
S"1' you will see forty dancers, forty
Bgh kickers and forty singers.
' ^ Glair, of the popular
fteadli '.j Place, returned bomoyus-
irday from a dying trip to I'ex:iB
■W. 11. Penwell and A. C. Tbo'nr-
|n, of Blackwell, ca te in this -.i.-n-
I from their ranch near MuH.a,
^Traveling Salesm.i. Odf'.l, . pre
Jiting Win. Volker ,«i Co., of Kan-a
[ The law firm of Stewart S vier is
desolved by mutual ennsent. All
oases now on band will bo attended
to by both. The books of the firm
are in the hands of 0. W. Sevier who
will settle all accounts therein.
c. W. Sevikb,
c. II. Stewart,
1 ursuent to call, the Free Home
l.eague of Oklahoma met I11 the K.
I'. hall at 10 o'clock today, delegates
from nearly every county in the ter-
ritory being in attendance. They
will also hold a session tonight to
which everyone interested is cordi-
A. F. Swain and wife, son and
daughter-in-law of ourSnventh street
grocery man, retttr -ed liumo 1: .
night from Pawnee, Kim., where the)
went some lime ago .. attend the
funeral of Mrs, Uwi Id's moth. r. 1,. \
report tile weather v :y cold in that 1
region, the murcm-y falling as low as
20 d jgrees below aero the la c.ld
K-od. There hasn't been
a case of sickncss for tliree months.
Our winter is virtually over and
farmers are getting ready for spring
work. .The recant snow storm will
make ti... ground in good condition
for 1'. . i-uary plowing. There has
been aoi le ball ding going on all win-
ter, Mr. P.ay Manlove has just com-
pletod a Very neat and picturesque
one cottage 0110 and one-half stories
"ii Ii claim. Mr. Glaaco. also bus a
J new stone house. Watson & Wilson
if doing some very floe stone work
011 a two story house for Will Bicker,
As to lia-rary pursuits we are in the
front. \\o have a good school well
attended! as good a Sunday school
us can lie found anywhere. Our Sup-
: c.'intendant, Mr Cot, has a special
talent fur making* country Sunday
s l.ool a -iiects i. ('.r literary society
rect nt!) Organised, is not only inter-
esting and tdifying to the literary
tastes of the farmer but also adds
: nine knowledge to the pursuits
whloh he followa. The question dis-
cussed at our last meeting was "Re-
solved, that there is more profit in
poultry than in cows with the same
aniou:;t of money invested in each."
nils vrr.v practical question was ably
d. :>at il and lots of fun as well as in-
r".Cv«ar,',nnr.,OM '"m'ture or couk
'■•pain,,,, tut. 'li.-n! to""' n.TZr"Zn''
east o'f Sta"e l nk? 0" U ba" bloclt
F(JL1,K«Vori,.-,nr07 V1ulli"n,R <° * 2". aim
'lock las. ofSSie )[ah ^Z7el\°ne 1
FERGUSON STAGE CO.
I we wouhi
our citizviiN 1" now
Prof .-,or Hie'; -.
r*11 ry t h.nv u & v ,.
th • pas' nton 1, ;o
;y, Mo., was doing oar town todVv 1 "1 ' ' ' "/'! ' ' c-'u
f, , ,r w , 'I oi a ease of des . uImii they .vport 11
• Wood and George Ilutto 11-> be;., quarters at o:km>. We want
3 hero from Pay no county i at-| no lttertng I11 Noble loonty if It can
^pdaiice at the Free Home meeting. ; bo a>oloc^.
Ball atthe Gem milllnory store to- TH" I 1 r • ti
Krrow and iiave your l.air dfeaaed ,. ' p ,K
Id nianieuriMg f..r .aT-e d 1"—
|pl garior juat opened up for business on
I, r, , *"■' ti! ' .1
.■•a) Burlinunnio, who has . • 11 Ho;, : „
■'flni-u to !iis 111.1:11 for S. v ,; y3 t LI ,.1
f" ■' ! . pr I'ti.i- . . • i
Jour -ta ,.. ,i«. J
frse for the malady but "0uli in ootnp.ut) in tJ.
' rin£-" j Call 011 hiui, boys,
The Territorial Free Home League
will convene at 1 o'clock tomorrow,
Feb, 12, in the K 1'. hall west side
°f squar-Every one interested are
rcqaestcd to be present.
V> by nut burn wood In the oourt
bouse .tnd in our private dwellings
fcltot It would help many a needy
and wort-.y resident of our county)
this hard winter. A. R. Mtosllb*.
(First ri.lillsh.,1 m Th, -I,ur.s Jam.,.
To Whom It May Concern
, N°l lf'u hert-hy that the John n
I'nse rliallSm, r'8." 'lls I"*'1'1"" " r 11-'
tv .ivi..Il'iuorsln I'errv, N-it,Ip i-om,
I'errv'i1'?" "r"' ,HI "r:>nl«"«l. ' ' "
i erry, o. 1., jau. lsyr.
M. C'. Fori ,
T H M. iNOKAlf am , D,puty?"n,y "erk
" •>' 10 the sup:, -.Hon of
•, a hi i; - meeting of the
•'•-■ii-i of Pu- y is hereby called to
n. -t at t'.e city ball on Tuesday
ii ;:!it for the purpose of discussing
! " "ily 1 f work ng for the
it n of tlio insano usdum nt-
| r.-i'i y.
• UQ^tb Of tlu
J. It. Kill, it
: : !- < . tiv«
\ - 1 • " o;■;•! *or eutij,
"• i s:*lt rhc-t \n, fc-
j .. • ;jpt'1 lii.nds,
- : flkln cup-
' , i :-03 oi no |
'• - <« « • • >. .,ed to
♦ • Jii "r mo ;ry ro- !
per ! x, for;
Lj j. 4u. i-is. iLiii^ton.
7th Street, East 8idef bttween D and E
We have a tale to unfold,
A true story to tell
We Are Cutting,
Slashing, Ripping, Tearing
Knocking, Hammering and
DO YOU KNOW IT?
| The greatest sale in the!
j nistory of Perry. The oppor-
tunity (if your life time. We
| must sell out all our present
| stock, cost or value will not
j he considered.
We are going to sell T, . ... .
Cheaper than ever IniSWCCk,
Fine i lata, and Caps at i, and ij
asjssi. -,3oou ai,d
No Half-V/ay Buiiness with Us.
u. s. MAIL AND STAGE LINE.
for p0awPneInarr?vesr tdpy (SUDday lncIud< d) •• * •
nee nt 9 a. m. arrives at PeT?v atTn m ^ Wn®-" at 3 P- m- Leares Paw-
stage for Cleveland and Tulsa Thfon^i,'« fc"!0 ,5 at Pawnee with 4aUy
This line carries the T\ S. mail and oTn£Jl ««!?? Cle7eland and Tal a.
gers with reasonable rates and fast time equipped for paasen-
St. John's Military School.
«rrorcircular, .drtr..., Walt.r If. jaf. A RMT; THOMA6, Raato*.
C Street Opposite Coort
Best stock all the tlAe.
o. D. HARVEY.
* a'''r® [0 1 :i ' b( si trade only.
°lCt°hTr S,'cLo'jis Restaurant
Ot. between Seventh and Eighth
tl'llt scott . .
SCOTT &, CALVERT,
Attorney and Councilors
nvcl' u""- Of Perry, t'.wj.otta
T. H.SOlVABD, n . ... .....
SOWABD, CLARK ft ENR1GHT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Keurance :-Karm.i«' and Mtrrhaats' Bank
and fresco work,
and carpet layin«.
Carpenter and Joining Work
By CAPTAIN BCUOW.
West D StrMl, BHnma Ttti and Bth
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 121, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 12, 1895, newspaper, February 12, 1895; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116635/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.