The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 145, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 13, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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. 9*1 P. U.
.11:45 A. M.
.10UU A. U.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
ftOCTH BOL**i .
. Thus Kxpress
y local * rtlght
fclratro Kx press ... *:20a.m.
Tasourl Itlver hx press ; ' *
ical Freight, 10 45 a.m.
m K. K. WKSTKEVKLT. Ageat.
O. T., NOT. a. \*M.
j. v.—cherokee IxHlife No. 14, 1. O.O.
Parry, oklahoma Territory •J?*}•
rhmxlay evening ut
lbetv\ " " "
•et'n HaiiiTt "streets. V isitors
O. G. 1*ALMKK, N IJ
Mr: is. |[( .
ii.il IxhIkb No. s, liauKlitfisui lie-
skuii. l O O F, meets every se<'< uu
Irth Tuesday or each month. Visitors
M UK). MAKI I'OHBBL . N I..
ai: y Bowu. Kec.
|A. M. Perry l/nlge No. 15 hohls Its
ularcommunication the first and
nesdaysut hall on Tt h street. All
good standing cordially Invited.
F. A. Howard arrived in the city
this morning from Gutliiie. Mr.
Howard is a resident of York state
and is in the territory with a view to
The AnheuNer Hush beer team took
a little run around a block this morn-
ing without a driver, stringing the
beer kega in their wake, but fortun-
ately no serious damage was done.
Miss Ella Morris is visiting her
mother's parents in Ft. Scott, where
she will remain for some time. Mies
Morris will be missed by our young
people, as she is a favorite in Perry
hr.Y! K. Tu'yior, fcer.y
We ore lJusy
society. ry • f ^ . "1
Mrs. Oolvard, mother of our H. W. j \|"*| ( ) X 1 i A( ^ I r
Colvard, the west side meat market K / I M 1 1 v / IW VlV
man, arrived in the city last night in i- *
HDit .1 of A. local union Nok«4,
.oklahoma, meets every Fii-
It 7 o p in. ut the t'lty Hall,
^ers always welcome. W . >.
Secretary; C, W Prince, 1'ies-
f p,—Perry l.odge, No. H, K. of P.
neet- every Monday night at * p. m.
iloO I ry Goods store All visiting
W. II. I.HWIN-UKK, C. C.
wklt, K. of K. and S.
company with the children ol Mr.
Colvard. They will rewide here in the
T. M. Richard en, jr.
pains to make tho
a credit to an> in the
has placed in u n<
ME It C. JONKH \V. It. NO. I"
met * - every first and third Thursdays
pni ut Post Hall on Seventh between
BStreets. KmmaC PoMlCHoi,
■ J. McKnight, l'res ;
IfKlt N M A IC. I ri) rnaptei N
jets regularly on the second ami fourth
9sda>s of each month at hall on'.th
. Visitors cordially Invited. KmaJ.
M., Dr. L\ K. Taylor, secretary.
O. W. Perry t amp meets every tlrM
ami third Saturdays at 7 .to p. in.. In
iger hall first stairway east of Hoard
de. All old and visiting members re-
•d to hv present.
JpKKT, K II. CLARK,
A. K .11 >m« r ( lorn Post ?
meets every first and third Hiur
feii' ii month at 7 p m., at h. .
All comrades Invited t meet
II, ( . W. OLMSTKO,
KT TATI.OR.AdJ't ' "l"
^>|)s|| | p ASSlMltl.\ NO. I OI> 4 <
Via. meets every Saturday evening a
.10 In K of I* hall «Th Seventh street t.e
i 0 and l streets, west of land office.
LKwih, P.. S. W. T. SMITH, M W
ar - cordially Invited to attend
Letnlnger, C I',
addition to tin
; sparing no
iano of the
b K v
nt and is a
3 new opera
The prices we name on our
• stock of
Dry - Goods,
""IS: SPr'ng Dress Goods
it in an >
SuuHlhlllg null. Uut Trur.
A very amusing episodo occurred in
Perry ni^ht before last in wliich uu
agi'd couple figured very conspicu-
ously, but for reasons of our own we
refrain from giving any names.
An aged lady arrived in this city on
the 11:45 passenger Monday and put1
up at one of our most prominent
hotels, having in company a little
girl. She told the landlord of the
house that she had come all the way
from Arkansas City to meet her son
or supposed son who she was ex-
pecting to arrive 1
from Enid with a loa
that as soon as he arrived she intend-
ed going to housekeeping. She se-
O Y Pi-rry Knciiinpm.iit Perry | i-tirol ft room for herself aiid child
,f,Wi,Un*:s,1viyB.nV*Vmt " j and quietly awaited the arriv al of
... , "her son." What was the surprise to
"scribe all, when along about 7 o'clock an old
JUST - ARRIVED.
Mean just what they aro worth to
anyone in lie ' ~' A~ ""
give the bf
in our lino
South SUle Square, Opp. Court Uouse.
, bo she was ex- (A . ^ ,
ate tbat evening ^|j()j^T (jRDHR llOUSE,
id of good^, anu 1 v
Sixth St. Opp. Court Ilou^e.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
DRESS GOODS, ETC.
Must reduce our utock for our
tttct Topivcn iThey are MARVELS of BEAUTY.
JuSl ARK} \ 1:1).
Examine our immense stock of j
Shoes. You can save tlfty per cent
on every pair you buy and no mis- ,
^We extend you a special invitation to call aud see us.
B. F. Ellis,
Mill i~ "i i. A mill i . i. ■ >•
et • ry Wednesday eve., In their haM
it): street over I'onra V.llllng <
M\lilt I n u: Knights .•■ p!1uI1> Invl? 1
I. o. |<. I Aim MH-l'. M •
^l.UKV, lte S.. lUOh. MONHOK, Y. -
MALE HELP WANTED.
5-\| \\ u \s ! ! I t . - th. 1:
>|f > Washer to iii.- whol.•?.!!. and v>
ra- • u.i
nfcuites without wettlnv the t i -.-rs.
we- k and all expenses. Kn-y ; --n:--n.
rd work . ran make 51"" .1 week. V.
Y 1'. Harrison ft Io.. Clerk No. 14,
A- Best is in the city from Black-
D Slocum is in the city from
i. Stowell returned home to
• . J. C. Luckey left this aftcr-
ork Havighorst came in from tin-
ml city this p. m.
C. llcau arrived in the city to-
froni Kansas City, Mo.
rs. May Hartshorn returned home
onca City this morning.
F. Gibson, of Cross, is transact-
(jCMinrtis in Perry today.
01 on Mrs. \V A. Parker for the
■ styles in dressmaking. (it
olne y Hoggatt made a profesiion-
jij to Newkirk tliis evening.
Bruce came up from Guthrie
morning to view the sights.
T. II. HuBsey is here from Cleve-
1 on business before the land office
herifT Hansen went down to Okla-
na City last^night 011 official busi-
gentlemen wearing farmer's apparal
made his appearance at the hotel and
asked for Mrs. lie was told
to sit down in the parlor and the
clerk would summon the aforesaid
jady. In a few moments she entered
the room, exclaiming "Oh, John,how
glad I am to see you!" and such a
cracking of ribs, hugging and kissing
was never before witnessed in the
city of Perry. Everybody but the
two old people lost 110 time in gettin
\ n MEAL
All kinds of Game in Season.
Perry, ... Okla.
llucltlru'* Arnica Salvi.
The best salve in the world Mr cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcere, salt rhet to. fe-
ver sores, tetter, chapped h^nds,
chilblains, corns, and all skin e-up-
tion, and positively cures piles 01 110
T. II. Thompson came over from
Swell today and is greeting old
be contest case of Hart vs. Spark
1011 trial before Judgo Davis this
no. F. Bo'.cs has accepted a situa-
1 011 the Morning Democrat as city
i case of Harding vs. Moss was
Ed in the land ollioe today before
|e Davis. %
, J. Evans, of Dalas county, Iowa,
1 the city with a view to locating
Brower, of the M. E. church
^to Guthrio today in the interest
;t. L. Mason, of Newkirk, came
|n this morning and is shaking
ds with old friend3.
D. Washburn went down to
^hall today to visit a few days with
■friend Zack Mulhall.
he Perry Steam laundry if turn-
fout work not excelled by New
>rk, Chicago or St. Louis.
L. I,, McPherson, of Cllcn Eider,
insas, arrived in the city last night
If is sizing up our city with a view
■rs. W. A. Parker, the dressmaker,
just returned from the eastern
es and is now prepared to give you
1 latest styles. tit
(has. E. Washburn, formerly of
* 1 Boston Clothing store, accom-
ttied by his wife, left this morning
■ their home in Kansas City, Mo.
out of the room, and the jollification pay required. It is guaranteed to
was kept up, all by tbepiselvcs in tht- give perfect satisfaction or money re-
parlor, till 10 o'clock. The time bad (unded. Price 25 cents per box, for
now arrived to blow out the light * Baic by J. M. Remington.
[ he talk of the Southwest, |
THOSE $7.35 SUITS
—at the— h
STAR CLOTHING HOUSE.
If you have not seen them do r.ot delay forHhey are going *.:
fn-Valid cannot be duplicated. Our new spring lineiof ^
Gent's Furnishings, Shirts, Hats, Caps. Boots andShoes R
are filling our Store. Prices lower than ever, the best jg
White Sliirt for ti.00 on earth. g
N. B. Trunks at cost. STAR CLOTHING CO. 1
North Side « f Square. ®
and cloBe the parlor doors, where-
upon the night clerk politely informed |
the happy old couple that they might 1
spend the balance of the evening in j
the oflice, also stating that he slept j
in the office, but he hoped they
would have 110 objection to him retir- |
ing, and that they might spark all]
they pleased there, as they would dis-
turb, no one.
But alas he was destined to readily
find bis mistake and go to sleep he
could not. One o'clock arrived and
found the old couple at sword's
points. They had fallen out,
and although they had ar-
ranged to get married the fol-
lowing morning in the presence of the
clerk, as they made 110 bones at talk-
ing loud enough to be beard out on
the street during the whole evening,
the old lady said she would not stay
there another minute, and suiting the
word by action, she gathered her
things together and repaired to
another boarding house several blocks
Tuesday's 2:38 north bound passen
ger boro the old lady aud her little 1
Seventh St., North of Square.
Notice of Special Session•
The board of county commissioners
of Noble county, Oklahoma Territory,
are hereby called to meet in spccial
session at the ollice of the county
clerk of said county in the city of
Perry on Thursday the 21st day of
March, at 9 o'clock a. in. of said
day. The object of said meeting is
for the transaction of such business
as may properly come before the
M. C. Ford,
By II. M. In'QRaiiam, County Clerk.
1 our 111b SucreSMss.
■ Haying the needed merit to more
I than make good all the advertising |
! claimed for them, the following four
remedies have reached a phenomenal j
sale. Dr. King's New Discovery, for ;
consumption. Coughs and Colds,;
each bottle guaranteed—Electric Bit- |
ters, the great remedy for Liver, ,
Stomach and Kdineys. Bucklen's j
Arnica Salve, the best in tlio world,
and Dr. King's New life Pills, which
are a perfect pill. All theso remedies
aro guaranteed to do just what is
claimed fcr them and the dealer
whose name is attached herewith will
be glad to tell you more of them
i Sold at J. M. Remington'* drug store.
j The ladies of Perry nnd vicinity
I wishing work done in this line will
I find it to their advantage to call on
the undersigned at 220 south Seventh
_reet between A and B. Cutting
and fitting a specialty by French
tailor system. Satisfaction guaran-
teed. Charges reasonable. Also
teach the art and furnish system. 4-1
■ «: ... 'f
w. c. c.
Rece ved the highest award at the World's Columbian
Exposition. ■ We are agents for the corset in Perry. See
W. E. Chapman & Co.
FERGUSON STAGE CO.
I ^ -
V: -v," -rra%
U. S. P^.AiL AND STAGE LINE.
! Stage leaves Perry for Pawnee every day (Sunday included^ at I a. m,
for Morrison, Lela and Pawnee, i t Pawnee 8 p. Bn. Leaves raw-
. . .trriv "r.' 'ui.: at 1 awneo w'th daily
itage for Ci veland andTul .. ketojoia to Cleveland and Tulsa.
Tills line carres the C. S. mn.l and and is well equipped for passen
: gors with reasonable rates and t.- ; time.
ie Young ladlM of tlir <>■ 1 , l '"< r-
tHln Their lientlenwn Frlcmls.
Last night the large and commo-
dious K. P. hall of this city was made
the scene of one of the most delight-
ful and entertaining receptions and
social gatherings that has yet ever
occured in the whole history of
Perry's society circles.
The affair was gotten up aud pro-
sided over by the young ladies of the
O. E. C's, chaparoned by Dr. and Mrs.
Sample and Mrs. 1. N. Oaruer.
The hall was beautifully decorated
at the expenso of their own pretty
hands, and the refreshments was fit
for a king. The young ladies enter-
tained their gentlemen friends from
8 to 12 p. m., with music, both vocal
and insirumental, assisted by the
Perry mandolin club, and the even-
ing in all was indeed made a joyous
one to the happy participants.
Dr. Sample, in a short spoech to
the fair entertainers in behalf of nis
(First l*ub. In daily Times Fob. 7th, l«(5,)
In the cllTti !i't court of N< bio county,
Territory of oklahoma.
Frank 1. nuov.x, l'lalnttlT. 1
N lii.LtE lluowN, Defendant. ^
Tliu a hove nair.i'il itMpmlant, Nolllc
llrown. will tal:e notice Umt i .i> 1 • <>n
suwl 111 the i!i-irt<-t i ourt d > cibto county.
Territory ol Oklahoma, by tho plaintiff,
Frank 1. nr "vn. in an acti.in lui- iliviuce,
and that slie must appear anil an.swi r tin'
1'i'tltlim whli-h boon ttleil In ' il'l conn
liv the plalnlliT, on or hefor,1 the :l-i ol
March l*-'.1 ■ and If she (loc? iiol ; ar anil
answer laid petition will betoken a< true
and lodgement will be entered against herl
divorcing the plulnlllf from her, and dis-
solving the honds or matrimony exlsllnc
hetwecn plaintiff and defendant and for
costs ol suit.
J. 11. iiavigiioiist.
Iseai.1 Clerk Dlst Court.
[IV \V. C (iLKNN,
St. John's Military School.
A nr«t-class lioardlntr school tor boys and jrounR men. Prepares for business of CQU
leee Stthesame Mme mv- much attention to military training and physical culturf •
.Mill's nmi unuii.: Bup®rbbttllfllPg« DmI^UITuI iooa
RT. REV. E. S. THOMAS, Rector.
lL3*Forcircularsaditress, Walter M. Jnvt A. M., Head Master.
ger uoro tuu uiu i "
daughter back to Kansas, and the appreciation of the ailair, as well as
(son) old gentleman has disappeared the young gentlemen, expressed
as completely as 'if the earth had himself as very much pleased with
opened and swallowed him up. So
ends another great romance in the
history of this thriving city.
Cure for lleaduohe.
As a remedy for all forms of head,
ache Electric liitters has proved to be
the very best. 11 effects a permanent
cure and tho most dreaded habitual
sick headaches yield to its influence.
Wo urge all who aro afflicted to pro-
cure a bottle, and givo this remedj a
fair trial. In cases of habitual consti-
pation Electric Bitters cures by giving
the needed tone to tho bowels, and
fow cases long resist tho uso of this
medicine. Try it once. Largo bottles
only 50 cents at J. M. Remington's
the grand reception, andcongratulat
ed the young ladies for tho queenly
way in which they had prepared to
entertain, nnd said it was to be hoped
that a repetition of the same was
anything but far in the future. Each
one was the recopient of a dainty
souvenir. Following is a list of the
Flem Smith, Howard Prichard,
Ben Casey, Sam Mathews, Albert
Garner, Cbas. Dodge, Holla Sample,
Will Townsend, Joe Stout, Tom
Taylor, John Patterson, Cbas. Greer.
Misses Pearl Sample, Vornie Chen-
weth, Ida Smith, Ona Gibbs, LUlic
Smith, Ella Augustine, Britta
Smith, Stella Bryan, Vella Bales,
llattie Hunt, Beatrice Garner.
Caters to the best trade only.
C Street Opposite Court
Bost stock all the time.
! A Collcjrc Pr.-fMc: t V.-H." : "For;
.•« " oaso with Trhlch ;i c ijo ' rci tho
£ ** word s.ir.j-n-. i\>r i.< cavacy * i <'.« f ul-
S ••iiun, f r < - ^ 1 i"%v* !'«•• • '.•«£• in <ti-
C "eating pronon^iatiqn, f r fc:::* yet
# M Comprfh<*ns!vo > :-n n.' -.ii •. i irrts,
$ Mnnd f•>." | rn •lieitl wc v.a r \\; iMrp
J Mdiotl )nnry * ^ cbstc. Inl« tnailonol*
oxco! any othvr tir.rrlp volume.''
The One Great fittsdftrd ■ rl1yt
80 writes lion t> •' I tw r. Justice U.S.
! 0.4 C. MERRTAM CO., Publisher*,
&prin£fivl'l, Har.s., U.S.A.
^ rtySoml 101 l:o piiM'..«l:rm ! ivr pnnrpl It t |
I>0 n- t Im > «■: • n ! nut* <>l anncnt i-iMtU-iw.
On North Side of Square.
W H EN?
ABOUT MARCH 7th.
MILLER & GARNER
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 145, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 13, 1895, newspaper, March 13, 1895; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116658/m1/3/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.