Noble County Sentinel. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1899 Page: 1 of 8
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YOL, 6. NO. 31.
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| THE REAL DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STORES IS "PUSH." I
6 # * < $ * # « *« * <♦
ITthat is a !p1Stie' hu,Stle;hustIe tllat brings success. The store
dise'the st.orp rh-it i ° mg^ t le new—new ideas and new merchan-
pushes ™\hl f everustnvmS to Please its customers: the store that
few neonle iri P PUsl'es.1S ,°Und10 su00eed- Time but there are but
ahTnwp«LVtoday but who remember that little dinkey notion
Ther^Lt' ? e!'e flve ^ears W and dubbed it "The Famous."
scai cely o, dsp^rtiHGnt in
we grown? Why have +1, "^iS store today but that has more goods in it than the whole store did then. Why have
nouncements as i£ -iA® PeoPle of Perry patronized us so generously? Why do the people respond to our business an-
ew^ fsfV.^v +i- vQQ le^ D€Llevec* eveiT word we say? Why do more people come and go through this store daily than through
these things es 111 PenT? Why do mothers confidently send their youngest children to trade here? Please think on
PllilHinn* Vnilth QifJn nf Cnnim ni.l« ^
Double Biick Building. South Side of Square. Perry. Okia.
£ DRY G00D5.
jr V 4c Your choice of 500 pieces
Scotch Lawns, all colors in all the
newest designs, suitable for wrap-
pers, shirt waists, childrren's dresses.
At 9C, Y our choice of 5iI pieces of
French Zepher Ginghams in Reds,
Pinks. Mines, Blacks and Hrowns,
2£~' solid colors, stripes and checks. The
most serviceable cloth made for the
At I2';C, 300 yds good old fashioned
15lue striped Feather Ticking. We
will positively guaranteeXbicking to
hold feathers or refund your money.
Notice the display of Black Silks
and Itohs Goods in our west window.
49c, will buy you a 2ti-in. fast black
Gloria, steel rib, paragon steel frame,
real Congo handle Sun 1'nibrella.
At 9c, ^ our choice of J50 dz. Ladies
Gauze Vests, taped neck, white or
At 79C, \ our choice of any of our
Dollar, and Dollar and a quarter Cor-
sets, except Thompson's Glove Fit-
ting and American Lady, of which
we have a full line.
Shoes and Shirts.
At 99a, ^ our choice of 250 pairs
Ladies Oxfords in all colors, sizes
and toes, whorth anywhere $1.50.
250 pairs Ladies Dongola lace or
button Slioss, coin toe, pat. stock tip,
heel and spring heel, also common
sense heel and toe, all sizes 21 to 7.
100 pairs Men's globe toe, con-
gress or lace, satin calf shoe, all sizes
ti to 11.
At 48c, Your choice of
50 dz. Men's Laumlried Percale
Shirts, collars attached.
50 dz. Men's I'nlaundried Per-
cale Shirts, collars attached.
50 i[y, Lamulried Percale Shirts,
two collars detached.
50 dz. Men's Laundricd Percale
Shirts, no collars.
are made in Philadelphia, in the
shadow of William Penn's hroad-
brimmed hat and they stand just
as truly for staunch honesty and
What's worth doing at all is
worth doing well—that's how
they're made. Honestly built from
start to finish,
Stiff and Soft Hats are equally
dependable. Newest styles in
Th.' most ooMDtote Hue of 8TBAW HATS
iu the City at from 2ftc to fj.50 each.
41 $4.00 \ our choice of 25 Men's
black wool Cheviot Suits, well made,
scpuire or round cut, worth *0.50.
At $6.00 \ our choice of 50 black,
all-wool, worsted Suits, Italian lined,
best of workmanship, worth $10.00.
At $7.00 \ our choice of 50 Men's
black, all wool Thibit Suits, square
or round cut, serge lined. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed or money refunded.
Don't overlook our Hoys' and
Children's School, Reefer and Middy
Suits. We have the largest line at
the lowest price in the City.
+ IHI FAMOU&, # i**
5^ Double Brick Building, South Side of Square, : ^
Passed l ,v session of the
fcvMMVng are the principal sec
of the new county surveyor
Sec. :S. When two or more
owners or occupants of adjacont
or adjoining trsicts of land shall
desire to jtermaneiitly establish
the corners and boundaries, and
shall furnish the names and ad-
dresses of nil persons residing in
the county and elsewhere, so far
as known, w ho may lie affected by
Mid) survey. The County Sur-
veyor shall cause a notice in wri-
ling to be«served on each person
who my I** atlee ted by the survey,
■or their agents residing iR xaid
divinity, stating the time when he
will begin the survey, and the
lines or corners to be estaMished,
which notice shall be delivered to
llie person or left at bis usual
iplace of residence at least -fK (ft)
davs prior t<i the day sc4 <ffir the
survey. I pon the lau/l (t\v tiers
who may be affected by the sur
vev. and who do not reside in the
countv. notice shall be served h\
establish said corners and boun-
daries without serving Notice as
it foresaid. Due pnvtvf of service
of notice as hereitt provided shall
be made and ^entered on record in
the otti<V o'f the County Surveyor.
Sec. 4. On the day mentioned
in the notice, or on the ne\t day
thereafter, the Surveyor s'hall pro-
ceed to make the survey, but he
may, for good ofWise, adjourn
from time to time. He may, upon
the application <rf any party who
is interested in such survey, or
upon his dWh motion, take the
evidence of dny witness or vvit-
tiesAes'fclifc may be produced to
prbve tfh'y point material to such
survey, which testimony shall be
ierthied to writing and subscribed
Wand sworn to by the witness,
Or witnesses and, together with
•mi accurate plat, ami field notes of
'such survey, shall be tiled in the
office of the County Surveyor
within thirty days after the com-
pletion of such survey.
Sec. 5. I'pon the tiling of the
report of each survey, any person
served with the notice of the sur-
vey as herein provided, and being
a "grieved by such survey, or the
publication in a newspaper pub- costs thereof, may at any time
lished in the county, if there be within thirty days after the tiling
one, once in each week for three of such report appeal to the Dis-
consecutive weeks, the last jxiltli- . tfict Court by tiling with tlit
cation to be made at least three J County Surveyor a notice of his
<:t| days prior to the day set for intention to appeal. In which
beginning the survey, and in case j notice he shall state in w hat par-
no newspaper is published in the 1 ticulars the survey as shown by
county, then in some newspaper i such report is erroneous or fails
published in the Territory, of | to do him justice, or if he appeals
general circulation in the county, from the apportionment of costs
provided, that in all eases where alone, then iu what j iticulars
all the land ow ner- interested j the costs stated in the costs Dill
shall consent in writing, the Conn- .ne unauthorized or excessive, and
tv Surveyor may. at such time as | y giving a bond, with two siire-
inay be agreed upon, proceed to ties to be approved by and hied
with the Cletk of the District
Court running to the said clerk
and conditioned for the payment
of costs of the appeal if the report
V>f the County Surveyor shall be
affirmed by the court. I pon the
tiling of such notice and bond, the
County Surveyor shall certify the
appeal to the Clerk of the District
Court, by tiling with such Clerk a
certified copy of the report if the
survey lie appealed from and the
original notice of the appeal, but
if the appeal be made from his ap-
portionment and assessments of
costs, then by tiling with such
clerk a certifical copy of his costs
bill and the original notice of ap-
Sec. ti. The Court shall hear
and determine said appeal and en-
ter an order of judgment approv-
ing or rejecting <aid report, or
modifying or amending the same,
or may refer the same back
to the Surveyor to correct
his survey and report in con-
formity with the decree of thei
Court, or may, for good cause
shown, set aside the report and
appoint one or more Surveyors
who shall proceed, at the time-
mentioned in the order of the J
Court, to survey and determine,
the corners and boundaries of the 1
land in question, and shall report |
! the same to the court for further
Sec. 7. The corners and boiin-
| daries established in any survey
made in conformity with the pro-
visions of this act made in pursu-
ance of any agreement or in any
survey where no appeal i taken
jfroni the Surveyor's report and
pitch corners and liouudtirics as are
| established by the decree of the
('on: t hall ' e held ai d . >n idere 1
as permanently established, and
shall not thereafter be changed.
Sec. 8. When any survey
made in pursuance of an agree-
ment, or of a legal notice, oi by
tlie order of the Court, shall have
become filial, it shall Ik* the duty
of the County Surveyor to record
his report thereof and the decree
of the court in case of appeal in
the record of permanent surveys.
Sec. 9. The County Surveyor
shall apportion the costs of the
survey among the land owners in-
terested, according to their res
pective interests. If any of the
cost of surveying remains unpaid
after the report of any survey
shall have become final, the Sur-
veyor may furnish to the County
Clerk a statement, under oath,
showing the amount remaining
unpaid, and a description of the
laud against which the apportion-
ment was made, and on receipt
of any such statement, the County
Clerk shall levy a tax against the
land mentioned iu said statement,
sutlicient to pay the said appor-
! tiomnent and said tax shall be col-| Logan, on the first day of Decein-
| lected ill the manner provided for ber, in lKtt8, "did then and theie
the collection of taxes ou real es- w ilfully, unlawfully, feloniously
and without authority of law, ap
propriate to his own use certain
sums of money then and there re-
ceived by him, and the said F. M.
Thompson on behalf of the terri-
tory of Oklahoma, and in which
tate, and be subject to the same
penalties, and when collected the
County Treasurer shall pay the
County Surveyor the amount so
collected: provided, that where
the lands occupied by the party or . .
parties requesting such surveys said money the people of the said
are not subject to taxation, the | territoiy of Oklahoma were inttr-
County Surveyor nuiv refuse to rested, towit, the sun. of #2,814,
make such survey until the ex- he, the said F. M. Thompson at
itenses thereof is secured bf a the time of the receipt and unlaw-
liond to be approved by him: and * ' appropriation of said money as
I in ca,e any land affected bv such foresaid, being then ami there a
survey is not subject to taxat ; public officer of the territory of
the Countv Surveyor mav recover Oklahoma, towit, lieing the trea-
jthe portion of the expenses of *"rerer of the said territory and
1 ,„ch survey apportioned to Mich appropriated as
land in a civil action against the aforesaid by the said *.. M.
! owner or owners thereof. Thompson being then and there
_______ ; received by him as such public
IXIUCTKO. officer of the territory of Oklaho-
Territorial Treasurer Prank ' ma contrary to the form of the
M. Thompson was arretted bv statute in such cases made and
0 ■>• "o provided, and against the peace
Deputy Sher ti ( arpente. at }iml <lijrnj'tv of the territory of
o clock Monday afternoon on i < >i.i,.iw"
* PUHt GRAPE CRCAM OF TAATfcA POWDER
NO AIUU • NO AMMONIA
warrant sworn out by the grand
I jury charging hint with tlie «tn-j
be/zleuient of''■J.sl t of tlie pub-
Him.ak W. Junks,
I(y John Devereaux, Deputy.
The indictment embraces two
Superior to all oilier# In purlin
rii hnt'H* mid leavrnlnic ■Ireniflh.
highest honors, World's Fair
<iold Medal, Midwinter Fair
i no warrant wa* ba«ed on the eouutts. The above count deals
last indictment returned by the : with embezzlement, and the sec-
grand jurv, and was theone which olid charges the treasurer with
created mufli speculation i- to
the identity of the person in-
dicted. Mr Thompson gave
bond in the sum of *l,5oo.
The indictment against I'homp-
I son reads as follow-:
| Territory of Oklahoma v*. F.
M. Thompson, indictineiitfor em -
be/./.lement of public money: a
bill. D. D. Hunter, foreman
*'J.s|4 to his own use.
I lie Vllssoin i mill Teniiewtee Nor-
Iiesires the jiatroiiaKe of Hll lovers
ii| line fruits innaim'iital trees and
<lnlittery, Send money with order.
If left to us, sve will endeavor to -el-
ect <ueli varieties us will succeed
lust In your I'H'ality.
_ Thanking nur patrons for past
of the grand jury. W itnesses: favors, we solicit yoin patroiiaK'1
J. W. Mt-Neal and W. M. Jen- Beepertfutlr,
kins. * That one F. M. W. I'niprleior.
Thompson, late of the couutv of i r.rant, I.T. -M m- ;.
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Whorton, Lon. Noble County Sentinel. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1899, newspaper, April 13, 1899; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc162312/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.