Rev. Samuel S. Holloway in separate file.
S. J. Holloway, Floral, Richland Township, in separate file.
ARKANSAS CITY 1893:
Holloway, Porter, 23; spouse, Katy, 23.
FROM THE NEWSPAPERS.
Mr. (?) Holloway...
Arkansas City Traveler, May 31, 1876.
HOLLOWAY contracted to move a house for E. B. Kager for eight dollars. We saw him, and a half dozen helping him, at work a day and a half, with three teams, and during the time broke several timbers and the axle of one wagon.
Mr. (?) Holloway...
Arkansas City Traveler, December 13, 1876.
HOLLOWAY’s experiment with the hog was a failure. The jig is now up, and the pig has expired.
J. M. Holloway...
Arkansas City Traveler, April 3, 1877.
NEW ARRIVALS. On the night of the 29th of March, at the residences of two of our citizens, Judge Christian and J. M. Holloway, each of said families have two additional mouths to provide for. The youngsters are all pert and lively. With this kind of immigration, Cowley will soon take rank with the most populous counties in the State.
Arkansas City Traveler, August 21, 1878.
The following gentlemen were elected delegates and alternates to the Democratic Convention to be held at Winfield, August 24th, 1878. Delegates: W. Green, Noah Kimmell, Pat Somers, Judge Christian, T. McIntire, and S. B. Adams. Alternates: Amos Walton, John Gooch, E. M. Godfrey, J. Holloway, J. W. Hutchinson, and J. P. Eckles.
[SCHOOL REPORT: M. L. ELA, TEACHER.]
Arkansas City Traveler, March 5, 1879.
NAMES ONLY: INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT.
John Sankey, Seymore Goff, John Garris, Arthur Coombs, Archie Coombs, Manford Walch, Frank Theaker, Angie Small, Fleeta Cox, Ella Hoyt, Maggie Ford, Lillie Mitchell, Annie Speers, Laura Holloway, Myrtle McNelly, and John Howard. M. L. ELA, Teacher.
J. M. Holloway...
Arkansas City Traveler, May 28, 1879.
Real Estate Transfers.
G. Mott and wife to J. M. Holloway, lt. 22, blk. 132, Ark. City, $15.
A. A. Newman and wife to J. M. Holloway, lts. 9 and 21, blk. 132, Ark. City.
Arkansas City Traveler, April 21, 1880.
Shepard & Maxwell have moved their drugs into the building formerly occupied by Loomis & Holloway.
Holloway & McIntire...
Arkansas City Traveler, July 28, 1880.
Holloway & McIntire this week appear in our advertising columns and we will guarantee that they will keep on hand as good a stock of groceries and sell as cheap as any house in town. Call upon them.
AD: FULL line of Groceries of all kinds now on the road for Holloway & McIntire.
Mr. (?) Holloway...
Arkansas City Traveler, August 9, 1882.
Mr. R. B. Scott, of West Bolton, met with quite a loss by fire last Saturday. He had three stacks of wheat containing about 300 bushels standing by the roadside, which it is supposed were ignited by a spark from the house chimney. Messrs. Holloway and Canfield were constructing a granary alongside of the stacks and it was only by their most strenuous efforts that the new building was prevented from destruction.
Arkansas City Traveler, December 6, 1882.
The following named pupils of the High School Department were perfect during the third month: Mollie Conrad, Geo. P. Endicott, Jacob Endicott, Lizzie Wilson, Eddie Garris, Hannah Gilbert, Laura Holloway, Frank Gamel, Alice Lane, Minnie Kirtley, Minnie McIntire, Jessie Norton, Fannie Peterson, Willie Reynolds, Alvan Sankey, Horace Vaughn, Effie [?] Gilstrap, Frank Wright, Robert Nipp, Eddie Marshall, Lulu Walton, Sarah Randall, Etta Barnett, Dora Pearson, Walter Pickering, Charles T. Randall.
Arkansas City Traveler, February 14, 1883.
Our Schools. The following pupils of the First Intermediate Department were neither absent nor tardy, without an excuse during the past month: Dell Clifton, Howard Warren, Belle Johnson, Ella Hoyt, Ethel Clifton, Lulu Hamlin, Nettie Franey, Hattie Franey, Eddie Scott, Dean McIntire, Henry Mott, John Garris, Gertie Peterson, Rena Grubbs, Luna Ware, Helen Jordan.
The following pupils were imperfect in deportment during the past month: Charlie McConn, George McConn, Eddie Scott, Henry Mott, Porter Holloway, Perry Fullerlove, Schuyler Hand, Clara Delzell, Nettie Franey, Otis Endicott, Oscar Ball, Mary Kitch, Maud Benedict, Hattie Sipes, Rena Grubbs, Willie Kellogg, John Garris, Lulu Hamlin, George Snyder, Hattie Franey. ANNIE NORTON, Teacher.
Arkansas City Traveler, March 14, 1883.
The following pupils were perfect in the High School Room, during the 6th month: Mollie Coonrod, Hannah Gilbert, Effie Gilstrap, Laura Holloway, Ida Groves, Jessie Norton, Sarah Randall, C. T. Randall, Alvan Sankey, Ellen Taylor, and Carrie Rice.
Perfection denotes abstinence from communication, by look, word, or gesture, in room, hall, or doorway, and an honorable but strict compliance with the rules of school.
Arkansas City Traveler, April 18, 1883.
The following pupils of the High School were perfect during the 8th month: Etta Barnett, Mollie Coonrod, Hannah Gilbert, Frank Gamel, Effie Gilstrap, Laura Holloway, Jessie Norton, Charley Randall, Alvan Sankey, Eliza Taylor, Lizzie Wilson, Dora Pearson, Carrie Rice, Ida Groves, Walter Pickering, Sarah Randall, Harry Shaw.
Arkansas City Traveler, Supplement, December 12, 1883.
The following named pupils were perfect in deportment during the third month: Mahlon Arnett, Mollie Duncan, Effie Gilstrap, Laura Gould, Laura Holloway, Minnie Kirtley, Fred McLaughlin, Howard Maxwell, Dora Pearson, Carry Rice, Mountferd Scott, Emma Theaker, Horace Vaughn, Alice Warren, Sarah Crocker, J. C. Endicott, Lizzie Gilbert, Flora Gould, Ida Hackleman, John Kirkpatrick, Minnie McIntire, Jessie Norton, Lillie Purdy, Alvan Sankey, Eva Splawn, Clarence Thompson, Martin Warren, Stella Wilson.
Arkansas City Traveler, January 16, 1884.
High School Report.
The following pupils of the High School department were perfect in deportment and received 100 percent.
Mahlon Arnett, Frank Barnett, Ella Crocker, Mary Dakin, Jacob Endicott, Lizzie Gilbert, Flora Gould, John Kirkpatrick, Rose Morse, Fred McLaughlin, Jessie Norton, Dora Pearson, Carrie Rice, Mountferd Scott, Horace Vaughn, Martin Warren, Clarence Thompson, Sarepta Abrams, Sammy Beall, Sarah Crocker, Mollie Duncan, Effie Gilstrap, Laura Gould, Laura Holloway, Eddie Marshall, Minnie McIntire, Howard Maxwell, Robert Nipp, Walter Pickering, Alvan Sankey, Emma Theaker, Edna Worthley, Lida Whitney, Lillie Purdy, Eva Splawn.
Arkansas City Republican, February 23, 1884.
Miss Laura Holloway returned to school Monday, after an absence of one week.
Arkansas City Republican, March 15, 1884.
The following pupils of the high school department were perfect in deportment during the sixth month of the term.
Mahlon Arnett, Cora Armstead, Sammie Beall, Joseph Campbell, Sarah Crocker, D. C. Duncan, Jacob Endicott, Effie Gilstrap, Laura Gould, Ida Hackleman, Richard Hutchins, Alice L. Lane, Eddie Marshall, Minnie McIntire, Howard Maxwell, Birdie Martin, Dora Pearson, Sarepta Abrams, Frank Barnett, Viola Bishop, Ella Crocker, Mary Dakin, Mollie Duncan, Lizzie Gilbert, Eddie Ganes, Flora Gould, Laura Holloway, John Kirkpatrick, Hattie Laird, Rosa Moore, Fred. McLaughlin, Mettie Marbin, Jessie Norton, Walter Pickering, Lillie Purdy, Lloyd Ruby, M. J. Scott, Emma Theaker, Clarence Thompson, Martin Warren, Lida Whitney, Frank Wright, Carrie Rice, Alvan Sankey, Eva Splawn, Frank Theaker, Horace Vaughn, Edna Worthley, Constance Woodin, Frank Wright.
Arkansas City Republican, April 5, 1884.
The following named pupils of the High School were perfect in deportment during the seventh month, and received 100 percent.
Mahlon Arnett, Frank Barnett, Sarah Crocker, D. C. Duncan, J. C. Endicott, Eddie Garris, Flora Gould, Laura Holloway, John Kirkpatrick, Ed. Maxwell, Fred C. McLaughlin, Birdie Martin, Robert Nipp, Lillie Purdy, M. J. Scott, Clarence Thompson, Edna Worthley, Sarepta Abrams, Cora Armstead, Mary Dakin, Mollie Duncan, Lizzie Gilbert, Laura Gould, Ida Hackleman, Richard Hutchins, John Kirkpatrick, Rosa Morse, Howard Maxwell, Birdie Martin, Walter Pickering, Lloyd Ruby, Emma Theaker, H. G. Vaughn, Lida Whitney, Constance Woodin.
Arkansas City Republican, April 19, 1884.
The following seniors were perfect last month: Emma Theaker, Jno. Kirkpatrick, Laura Holloway, F. C. McLaughlin, H. G. Vaughn. The following were imperfect: Alvan Sankey, Frank Wright.
Arkansas City Republican, May 17, 1884.
SENIOR DEPARTMENT: HORACE G. VAUGHN, EDITOR.
Last week closed the eighth month of school. We have now commenced the ninth month. Just think, only four more weeks of school, and the graduating addresses to write! Well, if the other seniors have commenced writing their addresses, it is more than we have done.
The following named seniors were perfect for the eighth month:
Laura Holloway, Emma Theaker, Lizzie Wilson, John Kirkpatrick, H. G. Vaughn.
[CLOSE OF SCHOOL.]
Arkansas City Republican, June 7, 1884.
The commencement exercises of the High School of our city will be held next Monday evening, June 9, at Highland Hall. The following is the programme.
Salutatory: Procrastination. H. G. Vaughn.
Mormonism. John Kirkpatrick.
Commencement Day. Laura Holloway.
Dignity of Labor. F. C. McLaughlin.
Fame. J. A. Sankey.
Valedictory: Beyond the Alps Lies Italy. Emma Theaker.
Arkansas City Republican, Saturday, September 12, 1885.
The city council met in regular session Monday evening with Mayor Schiffbauer, Councilmen Prescott, Davis, Hight, Dean, and Dunn present, and Hill and Bailey absent.
The following bills were acted upon.
J. Holloway, building coal house, $2.50; allowed.
J. M. Holloway...
Winfield Courier, Thursday, February 18, 1886.
The following are the real estate transfers filed in the office of Register of Deeds since our last issue.
G W Childers to J M Holloway, lots 2 & 3, blk 132, A C: $2,300.
Arkansas City Republican, Saturday, March 5, 1887. From Monday’s Daily.
Yesterday afternoon a fire occurred in the 4th ward. It was a hay stack belonging to J. W. Conard. It was caused by Port Holloway lighting a cigarette and throwing the burning match down. The fire companies were on hand, hose company No. 1 getting there first. They soon extinguished it.