The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 134, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 27, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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ar, eatuo in ,
Kin train. HERE IT 18.
ting tt.e Vour tree and unlimited choice
niarufa • :-i ot any Suit in the House for
win have to
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fourthTue • i. Visit
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* No. 1 I. O O. i
i;w Chiliicotte j or any pair of Odd Pants in the
will play at the' liousc
uit I o^ries n any
I£ Must be cheat
t the terri
1 pay spot
nth 1 1 ovi 1 uca MtUti
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1 f.a a. m. P rry U tnl
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ilrd wedm • at • • 1
.w ns in r >od stano.i. ■ . r i. in .
llueker, v. M. 1 r. ■ i:. ' ) ■ .
Nuiliin^ is reserved, tlu lin'-st
I at m<: r I .nd He.-t <•! Everything we have
,era ho. ie tonight ami <v.ry! in the house is included in this
,slowing i.,ii woik. I'lie i.anu |; al'. We cannot describe the I
hi! ..!'. v. iii l e <•!. . i,!1 |jiwods here, hut Come In and j
: ; ( it.-;. i :-)ok at them. That won't cost
i ill; iite Con, dy company; you a cent, and if you don I
k them dirt cheap at $9-99
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lirpool, Secretary i . W 1 . i'-' *f
of r ' • *
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r olob Dry Uo i Ail vmuiuk i
ifhts w* lroiiu
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K. 8XIAVAFKLT, K. of U, ULIi^i S.
I oMKi: i .I«M - W. I. i N«>- in
| met every ni rdTI
• III a I In | I.I II - ' "
,11.1 B streets I*
ullKJ. M« IvNHillT li •
Mrs. Campbell and family, who hap
I been visiting friends in the east, re-
turned i the noon train and our
al Lela fi
i Bill Heads
IRST COME FIRST SERVED.
If Men fine shoes and furnishing j
[roods a specialty.
All . ■nniiM. Iir .11
-II:I: s!• :: i • ;i ■ ' -
10 I'erry Foot-
home lrom To-
poka, Kan., where he has been for
several (lay ft in attendance at the bed-
of his mother who has been quite
, but in much better now.
•f. ('. Muni!*, the noted clarinet-
m pi ti?') tuner is k ioa(0d
an be found at th(
Y. 11. < I •
r,; ]'[Z. 'InMinlSnoRT Order I Iorsn, I
Sixth St. Opp Court liousc.
,Th"° Is T ' II? OPEN ALL MIGHT.
than the starting of gra8*f the appear* I • • «•"
«vl ( 1 \\ I • > «
I rail)'. All < l(t aiut visiting nit iaiM-1 re-| , , , . ,
.to be present. m i bi« Into, and wouid bo pleased to nave
you call on him.
d breast and the
n is about on and
•man are in their
i rp \ T
i. 1 u, i
1[;o l)ch'• . is uj> fr -'n
Famished room i, coi ler 8th ind B.
«. Elliott, of Cr;>- . is in the
Joe Miller returned '. > (iU' h . to-
J. II. Mason down Ironi Nl Wki
lis over :
irl: this p. m.
U. S. Fruit l
The "Tori" i«
irt in the city
Si!tr;l' I1 ■
Joe LalTnrty returnr 1 fr
il city this p. m.
an., is in the city.
C. E. Ferguson, '
a guest in the c ily.
Sir. Kolin is maUinE
eading >.i!' 'in in I'f i .
Fred Hustin is a guest in tlie
oday from Arkansas l 'ity.
Thos. S. Murray, of Arkansas City, |
Can., is visiting in the omv.
Sirs. Rev. Deliplain ■
ery sick at he- iome in
C.D.Davis, of Wircln t tor, K-ni.,
i;i the city wi.'.i a \ «' to 1 ; -
P. Whitlui, of Winfleld,
here with a view to loc.i.ins in oi.r
Mies Lizzie Brown is \i :'>r. ! 1 the
Ity the guest of her friend, Mrs.
red F.irrar, of the Bank of Ferry,
ok a business trip up to Newkirk
! 1 I
All kinds of (lame in Season. I
jyter- Pf.rry. * Okla.
'i n..* First Regimental Bftnd and
Mandoline club of Guthrie, appeared
j last night at Bicharnson'sopera house
! per announced and taking into
! < ration the opposing attrac-
tions in the city in connection with
' illi.* threatening appearance of the
element •. ti: / v.'cre greeted by a fair
:i... ;«• ' ./net it, throughout,
v/as all thai was expected by our cit-
II. i'!:<bs in ev:-ry respect, and
■there n notliijg complimentary in |
.vin;: that the Cltit-trie boys done j
tlicniselves vnpai . The "Opening of j
j the Cherokee Strip," by Senor Pedro j
Romero,v.a • avery important feature
of the evi i e\ and :.:id t'neefloot of |
\ ivid reeoUection of that J
pntful ' the lav ill .t cave birth to \
"I wish." saiil tho street railway
employe, "that I was a coiifrresiman.
I do, r silly."
.... FERGUSON STAGE CO.
..I iveiated by
ishur ed that
la for their
ie near future
it bo confront-
on the :>n
hiin and «"
air of a n
lero ' a lt o l deal of satis-
irving yo r country."
nly that; they manage thn
r. In con • • - thej ta
•:in? a i*.ian and never dolt;
1 railroad thoy just dock
< n*t talk a'.iout it."1
looked about him with tho
lan who honestly thought ho
a great philosophical dis-
a in to
o *th Perry. 1
:ly booth and fancy table will
pld a 1 young, \dmittancc
. ].if;ht refreshmentB served
close of the concert. Exer- \
>.::ary MrJ-urg, aged 21 yeari*,
erday at tho home ot her
, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Trumbly
two nn. north of the city of malaria
fever, Tin luneral servi^s wire
held at the family residence at 2
o'clock p. m. today and the remains
were interred'in the Union cemetery
cant of tho city. Tho family and
friends have the heartfelt sympathy
of the community.
program was well
Duchess" showed 1
!A Cart Refasal.
Theatrical Manager—1 regret, gozi-
i tiem< n. that I cannot put your pro*
j.lst i Auctions on the stage.
| First Author—Why not, pray?
Maniuei- -Your play, you see, is eo
• iLawfully iimpie.
"The Little 1 Second Author—And mine?
If an actress. Manager—Is simply awful.—Flie-
i *L'ie roll of j gende Blaettsr.
U. 3. WIA5L AMID STAGE LINE.
Stage leaven Perry for Pawnee every day (Sunday taotaded) at • a. no,
r Morriion. : ela and Pawnee, arrives at Pawnee at s p. m. Leaves Paw-
e a; !i a. m. arrive ■ at Perry at 8 p. m., connecting at Pawnee with daily
" " etssokl to Cleveland and Tulsa.
stage for Clevehiud : it! Tuls;t. T'iro'.i.;h t . '.v. issolci to Cleveland and
This line carries the U. S. mail and express and is well equipped for ps
gers with reasonable rates and f;i l time
e'i r.li." also ,
Peter Robbins, brought down the |
house B '.erai times in his comic
songs and funny expressions. 3. W.
Callicotte, as Sir Leslie Gordon also!
did him elf credit,
i i the final wind-up
i an. The play was well presented,
; and everyone went away satisfied.
; with the evening'* entertainment. ONE TOWL
Ton: : s, by special request, they will
present "East Lyune" and it is safe
13 Kay tho house will bo crowded.
They have secured and will play the |
balance of ti.e week at Richardson's
St. John's Military School.
R. ELLIS, Prop,
Ixth St Opp. Court Hot
k first*dass boarding school for boys and young men. Prepares for business of rot
\,. til-- "in- '■ ivs 111 I II atr. 11' i..: itiiry t :mI i.. n r and physical rulturt*
inns anil amunit'n ns i'arnt;Owil by tlie United starts. Superb building. Delightful loCtP
tion. Able professors.
RT. rev. E.S. THOMAS, Rector.
For circulars address, Walter 51. Jay, A. M., lleail Master.
Look llerc, 1 KulgiilH of tin- iiiiivcikbt'Pfi.
i mean what I say. I wiil pay tin The states commander writes us
highest cash prices for ail kinds of | from Lincoln, Neb., ns follows; "Al-
i aecond hand goods. Do not sell your tor trying other medicines for what
Wantep: A cheap wagon. See | g00^g before you w.ll sco itih om soemed to bo a very obstinate eough
9* door west from the New York hard-1 n our (wo children wo tried Dr.
ware, on t iv uve n l-'iftb and tJixiu. Kind's New DiEeovery and at the end
lover the blacksmith on i. strei I be
Iwfen til ii and Vt ii.
J. H. Mason, Newkirk's rnHHingi
eal celate broker, ■ trinsfei: s
nd in the ei'; '. ne-.y.
udge Morri , i i tiio j;ue!i of :
unningliam of (iutbrio.
L. M. Howe, of the flow Pump ;■ .d
ngine company, came in tli i i. ire
lg from Indianapolis, I n .
Mrs. Snyder is moving 1 f boa. d-
ng bouse building from old VI.-.r nn
tho corncr of i) and Eleventh
FJla Lockwood, of Indiana, I cd to i. ia , oli
ISutklen** Arnica 8alvi
The lie* salvo in tho world:'or cuts,
bruises, novel", ulcers, salt rhet-xn, fe-
ver t ires, tetter, chapped lnndri,
chilblains, corns, and all skin o-up-
tion, and positively cures piles ot no
pay required, it' is guaranteed to
give perfect natialactionor money re-
fundod. I'riee . "> cents per box, for
sale by J. M. Remington.
11- list I'llll. Ill DAU.T TlMKS, Ki !'• .. , IV,.(
NOTICE l-OR PUBLICATION.
' lias been visiting her sister Mrs. g itt 1' ruth rs on We ' iday .1
rVillis, in tho city, roturned home I at 7:30, St. Patrick's day, west side
last evening. j of square on Seventh street.
of two days the cough entirely left
them. V • will not be without it
hereafter, ns our c:;perience proves
thai it cures where all other remedies
fail."-Signed, F. W. Stovons, State
Com. Why not give thi* great medi-
cine a trui, as it i.- guaranteed and
trial bottles are free at J. M. Rem-
ingtor.'.-i druj, store. Regular size 50c
House anil l.ot f« r Sale on Time.
Anj'ono wishing to buy a house and
lot on easy terms. Part down and
1 alane in monthly payment:', can
ilo so by calling on W. E. McOlung at
lumber yard Oil D street. Will build
house to suit purchaser. 3t,
In tho ni-trlct court of Nolitf county.
Territory ( t oklahoma.
I iie Darlington Miller Lumber Company,
simron Uai nura, .Moses <nattliiuer, 1 whoso
1 lirlsflan nanus an- unknown,) ( .
smith, i > P. \ . Walk-r. ( . Trapper. K.
1. Tripp It. Malin and Walker and
Th«> : Im named * I ••mlanti' and each of
you, will i.\k" notice flint yon have been
mi; ,1 tn t1' • Dist l'ict court «>1 Niihle county .
T. rrlto!> 1 oUlahoma. by the Darlington
Miller l.111n -• r c unpany in an action tor
I'l.ivcloMir' niei'itanii'S Men for the Slim
>1 -Mt\ and thirty one-hundreds
m.I ;.i-i1 "i ''liars and inter, s at 7 per cent
fr."in Ann 1 Hit .• Ivi, anl costs of this action
and sahl ab« v«' nuiued defendants and each
.•I yuuan notified tliat you must appear
and answer tlie petition which lias been
I'led la said court on or bet >re the yth day
.1 \prll, A. D. p:i;., and that If you and
each of v..a do not so answer and appear,
-tld petition will be taken ns true, and
judgement will be taken l'oi tlftyslx and
ttilrty oiiM-hundredths (."liand :iu-|iit)i dollars
ind interest from \uk. ltth, 1mu ;it . per
ci tit per annum anil a juth.' -ment foreclos-
ing said mechanics' lien, and for costs of
In w'.in - whereof I liave hereunto set
111 v hand a nd affixed tho seal 01 said court
this . .th day February, is.-:, at Perry,
Koble county, oklahoma Territory.
J . II. II VVlollORST,
|sr.\t | Clerk Dlst. Court,
h. T. I'BIUIK, Deputy
Caters to tho bes; tqjde only.
WELCOME TO ALL.
Come ami Try the
PALACE BARBER SHOP.!
Having lust purehased the Pa In 00
Barber Sliop I wish to sa) that the
sl op will be e.•cle m • I and paiiered
nc.i 1 painted as soon .1- the w. ather
will pi'rilllt. special 'Mention will
1 ; lav.-o : l - . 11: ti hath ' "l■
neat and cleanf BB9
PIRST - 0LA38 - WORKMEN - ONLY
have boon employed, three of them
belnj? men who have been In your
town nearly ever since the opentm:
ami will he (dad to do you extra flist
class work. Please trlvu us a call
J. RAYNER, Prop.
C Street Opposite Court
Best stock all the time.
J L. CALV1.RT
SCOTT & CALVERT,
Attorney and Councilors
Htec over hank of Perry. I'.n ry.o
Manufacturer of the Finest
IN THE CITY.
Oppostta Court Hons#.
Office over St. Louis Restaurant, C
St. between Seventh and Eighth,
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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/m1/3/: accessed November 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.