The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 134, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 27, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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KitT R Oh Ifc ' 4 , ;
Officc on D street, bt block «■*
of Pubic Squr.'
Official County and City Paper.
on- M -'ti'
'I o M
a Chlcace friend
Dlllvored to uny i'4>"%
l er \N e©K
C. A. Morr'
I,. I . Treeium
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J. V. Ko<
beving confidence ; th'1 ,
and the ftatoraent > iv> 1«"* than I
;n«ult to the nation. Mr. eleve
■'l ;i( ■ . and * very body else
,1S i, n<;' well, that the credit t
:,i '.mil ard ah' ■ a I
\' , ■ .itiTitnini fron
,h . j• < r art of the money
• < world arc to come in
doubt as to the ability and
, „Piiment to honor-
QUP. : ;\TEW
oil on their
VOU CAN HAVE MADE TO ORDEI9
First War !
Third W i H
Fourth w t.'i
fifth W ird
LANI> OFJ 11 <>F11 , wj
l!i at tu(
f t AVE / . RRiVED.
iThcv are MARVELS of BEAUTY,
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.,) \ II
As ivlat '■
I:, s. M; :
bupt Puli Instruct 'oil
Attorney < m
School i .and Coma. 1
Co.inty ' i■ ■1
JUStlCO of th i*
Bupt. Public Ins-t: I
Notice to Advertiser*.
Oopy for di«j
TIM! must I•.
chant!' ' ' ■ 1
ern tin n: •• •
Protection to th<
m American indu
For pn sldent
William MrKlnl y, «.f (
Qbovbb deni g1 ••
Queen Lil. Now that the v hi,le af-
fair isolf, Lllcan take advantfl ;e ol
Orover'a sneak and decline to return
Ih South America or In china at-
tempted revolution* are always
punished with great
being summarily put to death; yet it
doeH not prevent other attempts at
revolutions. The Inoeut ve to
is that it may succeed, and so it is
■with the murderer. I! ■ P
dor, he caloulatea his chanoos of
escape. If you iner
the more likely'in you make it, that
such a one will carry out his plans,
Many a murder would ha
victed if the death • enaltj had nol
stood in the way. Make convletiot
more certain a .id you m ih •
licr of murder .
Tiie "Napoleonic - ■ •>' •'
is less promising for that republic
than the royal n \ ival of the pat
ie custom of honoring the name of
George Washington in the I nit
States is for tbo republic. The signs
Of the last-named revival are
as obvious here a tlii ■ .1
are in France. The 1
American signB are among the (school
children, who p h:-
more about the father ol thlei un
than the school chiMr-m <>; ••••
time ever heard, though it must be
said that the renown of Was 1 n
has never waned at any time since
He is the finest hero that can be
found in the hlstbry of any oountry
on earth since the creation of man.
V cleveland also tells bin friends
hat ho is not worrying about the ,
•riticisi1 which arc being lieapcd up- j
■ , y ever known him to*3*'We extend you a special invitation to call and see us.
worrv about any thing, except the
umbarrnnnmirnt-" put in his way by *
to frustrate his |
■ I narpo-es? It is not in j
over tho losses and distress
•h; !-.on t!: country by bis "ob-
in fishing enjoyments
not disturbed when the policy
Hi ;KM;str:!. .on brought disaster
, ■ r, in.iui-.n-y and calling through -
•o land. U- u-lu' i'r"-";l"-r"
ike its departure trom our shores
wailing ie hungry multi-
•i,d enemies, and there was not 11
, ;• uf remorse apparent in his
. at all
int iio is not
iri'viii" now while his partners in |
' ■ , .aspin cya-p'-nsttho 1 !
.,[< :.re filling their vaults from the
1 . of thi transaction. He knows
he will bo able to find friend'
hi ho in:iy become so poor in his
ard thai none will be
found to do him honor.
Purchased confide nee! The I nitcd |
States earned tho confidence of the j
w, rid in tin most trying hours the,
country ever saw. It commanded'
confidence by -bowing to all nations
that its income was equal to its ex-
pr :H(with a balance left over at
j or.I of t: >• vec.r lar:;o enough to
meet all obligations that might come
due under any circumstances.
It never before paid a dollar for
onf.de ace, and it ne\er a .-ain will
iav ■ u resident who will dare to re-
,t the transaction of which t: rover
'loveland is today so proud.- K. O.
DISTRICT NO, 81.
1 ,■ 1 is"*- ti: ■ week and
p.fjain in Apiil.
Wa in is in the front
in; i,n dn 10 the first plowing
Rece ved the highest award at the World's Columbian
Exposition. We are agents for the corset in Perry. See
,\r, a ,«L(. mnoi. Of
ALL IVOKK, SUCH
W. E. Chapman & Co.
I f irst Puhllslunl 111 TIIK '1IMKS I chruary l"
KKKpaid >la« lei ond I NOTICE.
" " li.i i i i j ro Whom It May Concern:
• m 1 ;0t|Ce is h«rohy trlven that Wllllan
' • .iin |ia< this day filed hN petition lor ll'-
• 1" 1 ! 1,. |ii r, tail li-.'i' i - I'eny. eoun
11 son * k 1: I**'I <•! rltoi v, onil l M::t unl •-
I 11"','j.'c!'m the same, as required by law
j . j 11 lid d.iyjol MiH'( ll, A. D., 1<''-
; loll ! 11 ■ Granted.
pun . . "• . • '• l"
J M. «'• Fom ,
MALE HELP WANTED.
| I -ii \\ lie; . Wa-llt -Mid 11 r!'
i VI . inlnuti s without wetting tin
, gpi 1 lent e neci sari • s< lis o I
111:1 ll-'lit p" it Ion. .\ddl'< ss . I
Clothing Sales A^cnt
v;anted for perry
kih! eoiM>.!« ti-
, M " or 1 hree
\N A N ,M \ iv I
and vicinity. Cilierii! con
:im«I we furn!-Ii llie l « st smd
o*it lit ever | rovl«l«Ml l>> :ii'v
.id. lp'li:.. i';i
i .rst l*wh. In I AILV Timks Feb. -± •.
district court ol Noble
( '• lahoma.
Ii. n r. m:/!) -. plaint'.r .
(First Pub. In DAilvTimks Feb. 7th, is; 5,)
In tiie district court of Noble county.
Teuitory of oklahoma.
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I. P.mnvs, PlalntilT.,
,,, perry, tire \ i^itiiij? their j hei-n
part ni: in tills vicinity. plaint'
Kvervono in talking abont fruit j
trees. A largo number of trees and
shrubbery will bo planted hero this
:)i<, will take :
. 1 in the d. •'rici «•'
territory of oi 'ali
1. Frank ic I'.urroii.;!: ^
11 . ami t :!.tt sh«* mus
1 in- pei itiontvliicli lias
S1LVSB 1 "• BOUND TO COMB*
A prominent banker of K
said yesterday that a fi'ieiMi • i-
I'aris wrote him some tin:
silver was sure to lie ! '•
already London bankers were feeling
the laek of currency and were s
come to the white metal. The reOCnt
action of Germany is the first inter-
national step in the direction of sil-
yer, says tho Kansas City Journal*
If the United States acts with wis-
dom and sends to the conference men
who are capable of grasping the
question in' its entirely the v,hole
master will be settled by th<
next congress convenes and in ten
months free coinage will be estab-
Already the effects an felt in the
mountain states, and there is much
quiet buying of silver mines bj long
headed men, who see that th< re U
bound to bo a boom in that sort ot
property and wish to be on the win-
ning side. Free coinage of silver is
tho'logical solution of our
After school closos, the Sunday
sehool v-ill still bo held at Mr.
Watson's house untill arrangement
c;. :i bo made for a school house.
cab'i ;s plants up and have planted
tomatoi i, pepper, mustard and let-
was won. tuee. f- wing oats will be com-
menced next week,
Mr. Stump, of Perry, lectured at
the BChool house last night on the I
. '. nnrt tiifi ehurcbca.
hi ,'imn .... on or I ' lore
I*,! ' ,1 ii day Of rll 1 ami P - \\y d ,,n?
ippear and an iw or, ald ,1 tit
true and Juditrment will 1 .
I Must herdi voicing the plaint HI in.1:1 I
,, ,i oivln:: the bonds <if matnni< n> •
1 • a. , :i t be plaint iff and th" 01 1 iv.
^ V 'tne-'TnV'l.M i'd iuid'seal this :rd d w of
Februn y a. • . i-.o, at I'eny. Noble county,
.. homa territory. .
.J II. II b hoi:* . .
i sb At] W>t < ourt.
1 jv I • 1'. Tebbe, deputy.
,• \, lieb-ndant. S
ive named ilefenilRnt# N®1U
p.rown, will take notice that : h - has o<-c
i .i, th. .!- triet curt o: N- M ' • 0.1 v
I .. ,i r. ,a - 1 nk'.nhoina. tiie pliinfa.
Frank 1. Brown, in an action for divorce,
an11 1,• (1 p'ie must appear and answer the
ilch li u n Died In said c ui J
, ,. a'.iitur, on or beiore tin* j\ t f f
M'an-ii iv-., and If shedot-s not appear and
w r *a;d retStlon will . : • 1. n a - true
am! iud : -aient will be ente; -d a/alnst her.
,;n ! '.Ii;c til" phiintltr from her. :in i dls-
-o!vim-' 1 iif bomis of niMtrlinony existing
-•• iM.ilntur and def-n nt and lor
II. I! wn.itonsT.
( l.-rK hist ( ourt.
! T, LI. SOWARD, 11 J ' •
Count] Attorney. Notary Public,
j SOWARD, CliAUK & ENRKillT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
inference—Farmers' ami Merchants' Hunk
"oet of religion and the ehurchec.
He will f ive another lecture or. the
same subject n; :.t Thursday night.
Watson and Wilson are putting in]
a very lino arch cave for Mr. Hughs.
Mr. Hughs is au enterprising farmer
and has the meaiui to have things
"done up" about right on iris claim,
With f;uch beautiful spring weather j
as we havo now it is hard to believe i
there will be cold waves and snow in j
March a3 predicted by Prof. Hicks.
We hope it will not reach the Strip
for people in this vicinity have com-
n. 1 need spring work.
Mrs. Tapp who has been quite sick,
ia rapidly improving. She was very
much aurprisod last ISunday morning
to see her brother from Missouri.
J. A. G. SAMPLE,
. • .• I• - . ' ' .1 « , lobe Uulldln
All Citizens of Perry are
aware that the Christian
people of the City of
Perry have been to a
great expense to build so (
many beautiful churc
as there are in our city,
so we will say to the |
good citizens of Perry
and Noble county that in
order to treat all alike wc
will give five per cent of
all sales (Except G: -
ceries) to any church
the customer so desires
for the rest of this month.
Oflicc first door south of Globe building.
Iie3ldencQ corner of 7th ami u St.
1 pared to treat all forms of diseases
human Ih-.sli Is heir, with a'l the
].v ' > 1 ■ ] 1 • its and appliances attending
iw n or c >untry by day or night
tiiseasBS of iv1 1111 raptures
u . 3 of women and children.
O. D. HARVEY.
financial troubles aud is sent on .
is sure to como.
He was here last winter
he didn't like the Strip, hut after
spending another year In Missouri,
be changed his mind and has come
back to stay. How many there were
who left the Btrip the first year
i in a very short time wish tiioy
jm Missouri. ' ,, . , .
and thought Call in and be convinced
that we mean what we
AND FRESCO V/ORK.
Ten men to Solicit Subscriptions
-r r "-y y. ^ T ^ T
\/\/ H H \ E y \
V V I v > v 1 V Jt A
In Noble and Pawnee Counties.
5Gc till U\ n. 1st
Our Weekly is a la.ge Eight
Page Weekly, all Home
You can make
$3.00 livery Day
For Particulars Call at
D were |—^ 11^ AND CARPET LAYIN®.
: o. r. ClllS, Work
Seventh St.. North ui Square .West 0 Street, Betweon 7th and 8th
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 134, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 27, 1895, newspaper, February 27, 1895; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116647/m1/2/: accessed January 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.