The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 135, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 28, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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1 " I'crry. oklulx.iiMt i.-nm.r.
«rr Tbui (Jaj at . ■ i
v.-nth II and I' street*. \ Ultorn
re always welcomi 0 MKB, N u
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• ■a fourth lufb.iajr ol <-a. )i month. ^ tutor,
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a Y. k \ M . I'eriy I.'nU - V - 1* holiU It
J\ muter ia>onl(-«tTon tli ltr«t and
tlitril Hi' lnfsilay ' hall on "*
II Itui-ker, * . M . I>r. L.Taylor,*eo,y
The morning passenger from the
south was abuut three hours late
this morning owi*R to a JeUj in
making connections south «f here.
Wantkd: Will bay stock of uro-
ceries in any j>art of the territory.
Muat be cheap. Will pay p«t caah.
Address B. S. Co., box, 1*6, tiutiirie,
O. T. s"2
T. Urooks is moving his saloon lix-
tures anil stock of liquors from Sev-
enth street hack to his old stand on
Sixth street today, where he will be
pleased to meet ail his old customers.
Elizabeth Smart Phelps, Mrs. A. I).
T. Whitney, Kev. Robert Collyer,
and Walter Besant are all going to
tell in The Ladies' Home Journal of
ither the man or woman who most
influenced their lis en.
Married, at h o'clock last evening
at the home of C. E. Dennis, corner
Eighth and F streets, by Rev. W. A.
Simmons, of the ISaptist church, Miss
Lizzie Brown to Mr. W m. Rice.
The newly wedded couple are friends
of Mrs, Dennis. We wish them much > ou
UII.C-and .1 "f * local union NotJM
• Perry, "I.lahoma, nieels ever) r rj
|aj evening at 7 o i m at tin 1 If Ha
"Vinita* brolhere always „ ,.rei
iTuderpool, i-ecretaryi C. W Time,
K«f IV Perry I • -i M s ► t, B. Of
meets every .Monday night at s p
Ov«-r(iloiw Dry <.oods bt if All visiting
J. K. siianakLLT, h
. H. I.KIKIN'.KK, C. C.
. of H. and S.
HOMKK ( . .ION F.N w II. < • NO- 1
meets every nist and tlilr-l Thursdays
Bt T AO ii in at post Hull on - ventli l et\A
\ and it -tieet Kmmai Pombioi
II AI I IK J. M< KMOIIT. 1'lVg*
DO YOl' WANT A SNAP?
HERE IT IS.
Your tree atul unlimited choice
ol any Suit in the Mouse lor
or any pair ol Oilil I'ants in
-f^AHTKKN MTAIC. Perry cnapte
meets regularly '.ntlie -e.-ond i",n,,wrt
edae idays of e
street Visitors 1 ■.jdlally Invited hum .1 -
alorrls. . M.. l>r. ( K. Taylor, Secretary.
■tir o XV. Perry < amp m -ets every first
\\ and third sat irdaj - at p n in
Barrlnaer ball flail lUlrway *a t ol H u ■
of Trade. All old and visiting memlM rs re-
quested to !•« present.
h. II PKKitr.
Consul < "in.
Nothing is reserved, the tin<• >t
and liest of Kvcrything we have
in the hou.-c is included in thi-
sale. We cannot describe the
goods here, but Come In and
1 look at them. That won't cost
cent, and ii you don't
'think them diy cheap at $0-99
T J. Mosier 4 Co. are having the ^ suit we won't ask you to buy.
room remodeled and repaired and I 1 his sale closes prompth on
otherwise fixed up for business, and
will move their stock of dry goods
from Seventh street into it on I)
street between Sixth and' I MenV fine ^hoes and furnishing
about Monday next. Theso gentle- •iiltv
men compose an enterprising llrm,
and in their new location are bound I
to nmke a success of the business. „
J. W. Washburn, of the Boston, in- J [*]£ J-1 ci Ml OLSSi
forms us that his friend Jno. F. Jar-
boe, who our people will remember; w.atB siilo s<iuarv, opp. curt Uouie.
a* a visitor In the city some time ago - . — —
the guest of Mr. Washburn, ha* e n- ._M
eluded to return to Perry in March L.1 I ! L^C-lvl
and will make this place his future
and Bill Heads
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED.
a * •" itjurttarr
home, lie will sever his connecUoi,i^HURT ()R1)j;R
(1 A. It. . Homer 0. lOOM ,f9*i 2,.,,—
X# meets every flrft and third Tnur -
duy of each month
hall. All comrades invited
wksi.ki Tati.ou, AdJ t
ut K P
lltllNDSIIII' AS>I MltlA NO. I O.I 4 U
. meets ererj Bat u 1 v •
. ;*)in K id P hall on Seventh str«-et be-
tween (' and l> streets, vvest_« ? lan<l > • •
J. ii. Ijcwirt.lt. w.T.hmitm.M u
10 O. F. Perry Kncampment n • • Carry
# Ok., meets every 1 « esday evenln^:at
' at Odd K1U0WI l. 111 VWltlDI |ti ■
ttrchs urn cordially Invited to attend
II. W. l^lnlDKer, (' P, J «• ',rck"«!l ribe
MALE HELP WANTED.
with the Manet candy and confectory
company, of Kansas City, and enter
into business for himself here. He
is welcome to Perry.
\, u Hrlinol ll«mli|nurtpr«.
The followinp grades of the public I
schools will change locations, and a
holiday will be given all grades to-
morrow: lligb school, tbird and
fourth grades, will be Uept in the east
building, known as the Holmes |
building. L. L. McCormick, principal
in charge; first, second, third and j
sixth grades, seuth lobool baildingf j
known as Bliine building, F. P.
Vaugban, principal In charge; first
grade, Miss Gibbs, teacher, and
fourth grade, Miss Crandall tea her,
fto ladle, and I will occupy the blue front Luilding
iin' tn' on Seventh street 1 "tween A atul B;
Sixth fit. Opp. Court House.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
All kinds of Game in Season.
Perry, - Oki.a
ajuin iBiiiiiiii ii
ill<t Kveiiiiig ut
at t lie t oruer
\ WKKK paid
ti«lits ti sell the
Hafi Waeher. Washes and dries it
Ubmtntttes without wetting the /and®u No | fifth grade, frame building on high |
experience in -.n>
gnanent position. Addrt
jl ro.. clerk No. 14.
ells ut -lirht; \
ss W. P. Harrison
Furnished rooms, corner Sth and B.
Sam Gilbert returned home to New-
kirk this p. m.
Sirs. Jno. Sheldon left today for
A. T. Neal, of Stillwater, is in the
city on legal business.
J.W.Allen, of Newkirk, returned
home this afternoon.
school premises vacated by F. P.
Vaughan's school, Mr. Means, prin-
cipal in charge
All other schools will remain as
Moving has commenced this after-
The Presbyterians last night gave
their entertainment as previously an-
nounced and were greeted by a very-
large number of our citizens. The
affair was a grand succesB both
socially and financially and
the program, which was very
elaborate and appropriate, was car-
noon and every thing will be ready rjetj out to a letter, each and every
by Monday morning. The board ex- feilture being beautifully presented,
amined and accepted thj new Blaine f[le entertainment was one of the
and the Holmes school buildings. grandest of the kind ever presented
in Perry, and the Prssbyterkuis done
s credit as entertainers.
Moss, of Cross, O. T. is rustl- j the balance of the company
l.it i Night'. *ttr «'tlun.
"East Lynne" was well presented
last night at the opera house by the
Caliicottes. Madam Callicotte as
"Isabell" was especially good, as was
ingin the city today.
Chief I'lerk Havighorst went to
Guthrie on the noon passenger.
The land case of Ramsey vs. Wood
in was on trial before Judge Davis to-
Cal Ferguson, of the Pawnee stage
line, came down from Kildare last
M. H. Hanlon was over from Paw-
nee today transacting business with
Gov. Swineford, general inspector
of the Interior Department, left this
Afternoon for Del Norte, Colo.
Rev. Father Willeberd went up to
Cross today to administer the last
sacrament to a sick communicant.
Rev. W. A. Simmons and wife are
reported confined to their rooms with
a severe cold nt their home in North
Mr. and Mrs. Clark, parents of M.
E. Clark, returned inyne to Oberlin,
Kan. after a visit wini their son in
The contest of Atterberrv, Hocker,
Smith and V'oris vs. Blanchard was
being heard before Judge King in the
land office today
Mrs. Harriett Swain, who has been
visiting friends in Perry for the past
few days, returned to her home near
Cross this evening.
T. G. Adkison, the popular Sixth
street grocer, yesterday received a
ear of seed potatoes, the first brought
to the city this season.
. All notary public seals will have to
* be changed from "P" county to
' "Noble" county. Tiif. Times office is
prepared to furnish new seals.
In the probate court this morninS
the case of C. S. White vs. Dr.
Marker, a suit for attorney's fees, was
dismissed at the oost of plaintiff.
Mr. and Mrsl Wm. Humphreys take
this means cf1 thanking their many
friends for tijeir kind assistance dur-
ing the illness and death of ttieir
little daughter, Mary, toveral days
parison. This company are proving
themselves more than was expected
under the circumstances. Having
securcd the opera house there is no Mr. iMym
doubt but they will play to a full "ol°
house the balance of the week. They ,n,,n
have arranged to play for tonight's nmtrunu'iitai
attraction the great western drama
entitled "My Partner."
everyone who participated report a
splendid time. Following is the pro- I Southern
gram which was carried out in full: j Franklin,
overture To I'oet ami I
Mrs. W ells. MIss Horcr.ce llulle
<<uurtett ■ Hill
I)r. I'n rrml I lie Depart..
Dr. Carradine leaves tomorrow on
the noon train for Terrell, Texas,
where he will hold meetings in the
FERGUSON STAGE CO.
• hmcntH were elegant and | Southern Methodist church. He also .
aments with pastors of I
Methodist churches ai ;
Ten ti., Wesson, Miss.,
j Columbus, Ga., Lawndesboro, Ala, i
and a general Holiness meeting under
;ho auspices of the Southern Method-
11st of New Orleans, La. He has just
' closed a meeting recently with the
j same denomination at each of the |
' following places: First church, St. j
er the Wa\
I lank s
. Mr. Hi
U. S. FV!A!L AND STAGE LINE.
ANTELOPE VALLEY ITEMS,
Every body in getting their ground ,
Mr. and Mrs.
ready for oat«.
Born, last week
Cole a girl baby.
quartett .... .Moo
M . Miller, Mr
Airs. Wells. Mi
Stage leave* Perry for Pawnee every day Sunday inolnded) at t a. m,
Louis, Newport Ky., London K. .. r\u- Lola Pawnee, arrive.s at Pawnee at % p. m. Leaves Paw-
Stanford Ky., Cbatanooga, Tenn., nee at 9 a. m. arrives at Perry at p. m., connecting at Pawnee with daily
! Rnleiirh N (' I'tah Ala. Meridicn 1 stage for (Cleveland and Tulsa. Through tickets sold to Cleveland and Tulsa.
Darling! . „" ' , This line carries tho U. S. mail and express and is well equipped for passsn-
nlight win conn* Again ^l!9So ^atcniz -liss. I g reasonable rates and fast time.
on . : h we. All th< ■ h ire u have
ss Florence liullen
The Death Ang<*l I all".
Once again it occurs t!iut the death
Miss May Fisher is now working angel cau8) aluj the many friends and
for Mrs. B. F. Hunt. relatives of Mrs. E. C. Deleplane, at
A. Eaton is making a large pond her home, corner Tenth and J streets,
for himself this week. are called upon t<7 stand at her bed-
Jerry Hildcrback smiles very sweet- side and note the llight of her loving
ly on the Polo school ma'm. spirit into the arms of her keeper.
Mr. Allie Brock is building him a -^ra- Deleplane died after a short ill-
new house on his claim. Wonder . ness, at .. o ciook p
what that means?
Prayer meeting at Mr. and Mrs.
Dales next Thursday evening, all in-
vited to coine out.
Dr. H. Daen was visiting Mr. and
She was the wife of Kev. E. I'. Dele-
plane, pastor of the M. E. church,
South, of this city. She was a loving
and tender wife and leaves a large
number of friends and relatives to
mourn her less. She was a giod
been more or less strengthened and
church will continue.
ji'ii more or ich sirengtneuea unu ~ TI ? p i
™~fSSt. Johns Military School.
ltu< klcii'.* Arnitu Salvi
A first*cla>8 boarding school for boys and yoonjr men. Prepares f« r business of r«i
The best salve in the world ;,r cuts, I ^
bruises, sores, ulcers salt rhetm, fe- tion. Able pressors. RT REV £. s THOMAS, Rector.
ver sores, tetter, chapped h*iuds, circulars ailiiress, Walter M. Jay, A. M., Head Master.
chilblains, corns, and all skin evup- j
•.ii n, and positively eores piles 01 no ■
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re-
funded. Price 25 cents per box, for
sale by J. M. Remington.
Mrs. John l ishcr Sunday. They Qjjrj8jian lady, and many outside this
were from lted Rock, c|ty wjn be grieviously shocked to
Mr, Criss Nelson says it is too hard ijear 0f her sad taking away. The re-
times to get a cook now, have to maina were shipped this afternoon to
wait till a better crop year. ! Concordia, Kan., for interrment.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Eaton took dinner The many friends and relatives of
with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hardwiek the deceased have the most heartfelt
Sunday, a treat to turkey. 1 sympathy of the entire community.
Mrs. \V. H. Spencer Is making her1 it M jr Do a« Much tor Vou.
some garden this week. She planted j jir, Fred Miller, of Irving, 111.,
eventeen rows of onion seeds yes- writes that lie had a severe kidney
terday. trouble for many years, with severe
Mrs. Oood, of Mulhall, who has I pains in his back and also that his
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. W.' bladder was affected. lie tried many
II. Brock, for the past two weeks, t c> called kidney cures but without
returned home last week. ; any good result. About a year ago
A surprise party was given on the ; be begun tho use of Electric Bitters
Misses Fisher last Wednesday night, I and found relief at once. Electric
21 in attendance and an enjoy-, Bitters is especially adapted to cure
able time was spent by all present. all kidney and liver troubles and
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Simp - j often gives almost instant relief. One
soil, Feb. 21, '95, an eleven pound tpjaj wju ,irove ollr statement. Price
so excited. | Remington's drug store.
(First Pub. In 1>ailt Timks, Feb. j. , lv.'"..(
NOTICE HOR PUBLICATION.
In the District court of Noble county,
Territory of Oklahoma.
Tlie Darlington Miller Lumber Company,
stmenn Bnrnuin. Moses Snattlnger, (whose
christian nanus art* unknown,) S. < .
•Multh, P.N.Walker, (.1 rapper, i:.
i:. Tripp, A. l' . Malln anil WaiKvr anil
The above named defendants and each of
•ou, will take notice that you have been
u.-d In the District court of Noble county.
ivrrltory ot oklahoma, by the DarlliiKton
Miller laituber company In an action lor
icclosurc of mechanics lien for the sum
t Viftyslx and thirty one-hundreds (>
and dollars and interest at 7 per cent
from Aug llht.il- -4, and costs of this a -lieu
i\ud said abov* named defendants ami each
>t vou are notified that you must appear
and answer the petition which has been
died In said court on or before the Oth clay
f ril, \. I). IKS'5, and that It you and
•ach of vou do not so answer and appear,
;a 1 d petition will be taken as tru# , and
judgement will be taken for ttftysix and
thirty onedumdredths c.^and .w -DM) dollars
and interest from Aug. nth, iv i at: per
cent per annum and a judgement foreclos-
ing sal<l mechanics' lien, and for costs of
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
in v hand and affixed tlw sealed' said court
this tIt day ot February. iv. at Perry,
V>ole county, oklahoma l- rrltory.
j. II. II wluiionsr,
jsk vij L'lcrk Dlst. Court.
Caters to the best trade only.
C Street Opposite Court
Best stock all the time.
welcome; to all.
Come and Try the
PALACE BARBER SHOP.
Having just purchased the Palace
llarber shop I wish to say that the
shop will be recleaned and papered
and painted as soon as the weather
will permit, special attention will
be given to keeping the Path Tubs
neat and clean*
FIRST - CLASS - WOEEMEN - ONLY
have been employed, three of them
being men who have been in your
town nearly ver since the opening
and will be glad to do you extra tlist
class work. Please give us a call.
J. RAYNER, Prop.
A. F. Prucha,
Manufacturer of the Finest
K. T. TKliliK, Deputy
j . l. calvkrt
scott &. calvert,
Attorney and Councilors
Ihec oyer Bunki,! Perrj. Percy, 'lb
IN THE CITY.
|OfTicc over St. Louis Restaurant, o
St. between Seventh and Eighth,
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 135, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 28, 1895, newspaper, February 28, 1895; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116648/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.