The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 62, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 29, 1893 Page: 2 of 4
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TBK TIMM Pl'Bl.lSllIXO COMPANY.
lltT. H. QlfEBR, Kara* "XO M'ltnr'
Office on D street, half block east
of Public Square.
Thr M' Months
On* ^ ear
thankmuvino j is in vour hands; choose wisely and LH,,y 8,13"
Tomorrow is the day appoints! by | see that the few ladies that we have ^ troaWgd to'
the President of the Tinted States with us, Ood bless em, eat regular- ()optorft .,„(I tri(.,] nftv cough cure*.,
and by Govenor Renfrow, of Okla- ly and heartily, for therein lies our , Rri.w worst. „u the time, • tried
'eternal salvation an a city. Parks' Cough Syrup and found im-
mediate relief. It beRins at the
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CABII Ml ST ACCOMT
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U. §. Maifclial
^upt. Pub. instruction
Attoruej i,tnt i ll
school Land I'.uunjissloner
W. C. Hen frow
T. J. Lowe
.Henry W. scott
F. I>. MX
J. u. Parker
saiuut 1 Murphy
r. v Bllncoe
v II Harris
j. c. Scruggs
.j. I.. Haralson
Register of Heed*.
Justice of the IVaiv
Supt. Public Instruction
C.'onmiHSioNKRH —Ur. Nichols, chairman,
r.miuet BeattyanUC. A. Crow.
€ Hy Officer#
John M. nrogan
if. li. 'Filley.
Police J udgt
(;<*<>. la riar
A. I . Tlllery
sec'y and nisi
i'. Hill, C.
Friend, J. C. I)ulane\
L. Drake, H. Flock
Fourth Ward J. P. McKlnnln, w . r. t utlei
LAM) OFFICE OFFICIALS.
, \|/t wuos 11. Fltts
Fred L. halley.
,C. P. Drace
homa, as a day of Thanksgiving.
It is t day that year by year in-
creases :i popularity. At its mention
picturct. of the distant low lying
woods—dr.rk and bare, the snow
wrapped Held, the icy pond and near
it, the unpretentious log house with
its single, curtained window, crowd
the mind. So distinct is it, so real,
that one hears tho frost as again it
splits the close-by ice, the sombre
colored limbs of the trees swing in
solemn rhythm to the scarcely heard
song of the breeze and advancing to
the door, the snow crunches under
the foot and the breath is white in the
crisp, keen air. Entering, for you
are welcome, one sees the plain pine
table and its snowy cloth, the glist-
ening glass and steel, the smoking
turkey .the tureen of cranberry sauce,
the (lull orange colored pies telling ot
their close association with yonder
immaculate cornfield, and around the
board itself, offering up thanks are
mother, father,—the little ones
among whom arc, yourself Ah!
you awaken? Yes, 'twere better so,
for father is old, and mother, she
sleeps far away there in tho hollow.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day.
We all have much to be grateful for;
muoh to he thankful for. And what
of your neighbor? What of the little
ones, neglected and uncared for, if
such exist near you? For the sake of
the trembling, tottering father, for
the sake of the mother who kissed
you and who now sleeps far oil in
another state, for the sake of the lit-
tle ones among tliem you were give of
your means and help make tomorrow
a day of thanksgiving for them also.
Your own thanks will be the more
sincere for tho action.
copy for display advertisements In Iiik
Timkh must hereafter hp In the office by VI
o'clock in. to Insure Insertion In the paper
tho same day. Parties having new ads 01
changes will please remember this and gov
era themselves accordingly.
TUK TIMES' POLITICALPLATFOKM.
Protection to the American silver dollar.
Protection to American labor by protect
lng American Industries.
For president of the I'nlted States, isin.
William McKlnley, of Ohio.
The city council was called to order
last night by Mayor John M. Brogan,
the entire chosen elect being present.
The ordinance governing the letter-
ing of streets and numbering of
houses was, upon motion of Alder-
man Cutler, referred to the city at-
torney that he might pays upon the
legality of such a measure.
The question of the whereabouts of
the ordinance affixing fees arose. A
still hunt was had, and from alderman
to city attorney, from city attorney to
the chairman of a committee and from
the lutter to another alderman the
question passed of "where is it." The
search availed nothing and the eity
attorney was requested to prepare
another to take its place.
"Water and tire" then engaged the
attention of the council. Alderman
Drake spoke lengthily in support of
tom of tho disease and 1 know it is
the best cough remedy on the mar-
ket. Refer any sufferer to Mrs. >\.
J. Fahey, Le Roy, X. Y. Perry Drug
To the Public.
Notice is hereby giv>
•ettlrr upon and occupant o( lot number *5. in
niimbm-,iu t e T«"«' "j
>k lahoma Term i> and that I *11 p.oi ecUt
claims to said lot before the pmper tubunal.
persons are warned n t to purchase
from any on. claiming to ,H- *
IK >F. J. OKA HAM
F. B. LILLIE & CO.
hp, Boob, Vail Psprr, faint?, Etc.'
COR. HARRISON and FIRST ST.,
of New York.
Assets over *0,1100,000.
Gro. a. Ham., Ag't.
R. F. Clark. O. J. Summers
CLARK & SUMMERB,
Lawyers and Land Attorneys,
8i ec.;«' iter.won paid to tha preparation ol
ap|> rut eon for rntr. .itnl "i n.im-* anient of
conical ca*««*n before the I' *. land ot!:«*c nut
the d«*pariuieut. Correspoudfiios *oliclt« Q
"Jititer" Malone is an
er" in Perry.
J hitter is in olose qua.tcrs. Tliii-
lias no reference to aphelion or peii
TWO'swallows (lo not make a sum-
mer though a single grasshoppei
makes a spring. ___
"We want street lights and wt
want them badly," hleats the Sixth
street evening sheet,
We beleive it
Remember, the board of trade
meets at the city hall Friday evening
next. A full attendance is requireu
and also expected.
E. Duff Tiu.kh y has three days in
which to perform three weeks' work.
Even a city attorney is human and hu
capacity is limited.
Oklahoma has secured eight pre-
miums at the world's fair, all in arti-
cles of food. In cereals and natura,
resources it leads the world.
••Jupiter,"—who is he? Read tin
answer in our Washington special
which can be found in the second
column, first page of this issue.
How much or the AW did the hard-
ware firm on Sixth street receive?
What,—clip, shave, steal from a finan-
cial operation of this diminutive sizeV
Readers of The Times will find on
the last page of this issue a full ac-
account of the proposed tariff change.-,
which was given out to the public yes-
The Ponca Democrat has just heard
that there was lo be a statehood con-
vention at Kingfisher yesterday.
Like all democrats they comprehend
a thing when too late. Pity pretty
The sixth street evening sheet an-
nounces in last night's paper that
"Perry has organized a board of
trade." It is later than usual in get-
ting the news of the day. The board
of trade was organized two or three
A nice idea that. Have the "may-
or authorized and instructed to en-
dorse on the back of each of said
bonds a certificate under the seal of
the city that it will guarantee the pay-
ment of interest and principal on said
bonds to the amount of $'50,000."
Ordinance number 41 will be killed.
The little story paper, miscalled the
Sentinel, is giving advice to "certain
parties in Perry" who write "slander-
ous articles running in certain pa-
pers." No necessity,we think,for com-
menting on this, but we might say
that of course we know it is intended
for The Times, and to further add that
the self-appointed moderator's advice
is not needed; that we, and we only,
outline the policy of The Timeb and
are responsible for it.
i'dki) ti i km; <iod IIL.kss them.
The rush of Perry and Perry's citi-
zens—or some of them will, The
Times is sorry to say, get us into
trouble. We can stand having the
jewelled finger of admiration
pointed at us; we can stand being
written about and quoted throughout
the length and breadth of this coun-
try,and even unto the uttermost parts
of the earth, as being, in push and in
sleepless activity and tireless energy,
a second ('hicago. We can modestly,
yet proudly, review our work of two
brief months and look out upon two
million dollars' worth of substantial
mprovements that house 7.000 people
and over five million dollars' worth of
property, but The Times cannot stand
and see trouble resulting from activ-
ity, like a small hand, overclouding
our serene social and commercial
•ikies without making a protest—and
iience this warning.
So tireless are our business men—or
some of them, so absorbed in plan-
ning, building, selling, discounting or
draving —we care not which, that
memory sometimes sustains a tempor-
ary shock of paralysis, and the girj
jlerk, because unrelieved by the pres-
ence of the "boss," goes hungry,
Do you properly appreciate the i -
jonvenience, the cruelty and the
criminal recklessness thus entailed?
Do you, as a citizen and property -
nolder, fully realize the train of evil
effects upon Perry and this territory
which a continuation or increase of
this forgetfulness will surely bring
.ti,out? We will pass the inconven-
ience and cruelty to the lady. Every-
one knows that ladies cat. This is a
fact that close observation establishes
.jeyond peradventure. Experience
.caches us that a pain in front of one's
Jack, be it in man or woman, and that
pain the result of hunger, is, of all
pains, the greatest pain. More yet,—
it brings on dyspepsia, indigestion and
a host of minor complaints, resulting
in impoverished blood, a weakened
system, an absence of appetite, other
and more complicated sicknesses and
The situation at this writing is not
a happy one to contemplate. A
crude guess says we have 'steen men
to every one of the gentler sex in
this city. This is bad enough, but
added to the trouble we know of, we
invite others that we know not of.
Death means decimation; decimation
again means further decimation and
so on until, and figure it for your-
self, a time arrives when this will be
a community of masculines only.
Nothing to do, no one to chat with,
men would gather in knots and
crowds at tho street corners, and
comment upon the reduced and dim-
inishing number of groceries, meat
markets and bakeries,—for ladies do
eat;—they would observe and discuss
the total absence of millinery and dry
goods stores, they would point at the
empty church and deserted school
house. An era of retrogression
would usurp activity; business of ev-
ery character would fall away and
soon become extinct. Our buildings
would fall into ruins and be-
come home only of the bat and
the owl and our streets and
avenues would grow the weeds and
the flowers of the prairie again.
Gentlemen, don't do it. Look the
future in the face; staringly and
rudely if you will but look at It and
well weigli the question.
the city owning its own water works office in Realty b'Ul'g, N. of T. board.
anil produced a petition of like im- —
port which vvas signed by 1000 alleged
business men of Perry. Alderman
Friend spoke in favor oi the granting
of a franchise for providing water
to a responsible company and showed j
that the city ownership was
practically out of the question- made1
so by the statutes of oklahoma.
Ordinance No. 17 had its lirsl read i
inK. It is a measure enabling ,Messrs.
lirooks and Miehelson to maintain and
operate a city telephone system. It,
asks for no oxelusive privileges and j
agrees to furnish the city .
with free service in its various depart ;
Two measures were introduced.
both providing for a water system.
both were of extreme length and were
referred to the city attorney.
Tho meeting adjourned to Friday
night of this week.
The city pays a s2S hardware bill
with So3. That is what it did last
night. Two councilmen only Drake
and Weideman, voted against it. AVe
may possibly have something to say
on the mattor later. Gentlemen, it
will pay you to be honest and consci-
entious at all times. By "pay" we
mean it will be policy good policy.
THE - MERCHANTS - HOTEL,
JOSEPH ROSENSTEIN, Prop.
WfHt Hide truth Street lletw#e« H and K Ktrert.
The finest hotel in the city. Our facilities for accommodating tin-
Public is Unsurpassed. The best table and most com-
fortable rooms in Perry . Everything
first-class in every particular. <
lliitrft l'ir Duyi'I.di). lablr Hoard *3.00 IVr Wnk.
li.MIKES a; ron]i,
Do General Practice before U. S. Land
OfHec and all tho Courts.
Office in Decker B'd'g. Perry, O. T.
To their New Quarters, orner 7th and 1) Street, where the
are Now Readv for Business with an increased Stock oi
cuv laundry, iClothing, Hats and Gents Furnishing.
Finest Work in City Why (
send your work away when >' can
be done as well at home Call
and try us.
FEONT Or PTTB1.IC "WE X.X. I
A (Irani! Nuprww.
The ladies of Perry last night gave
a social and festival at the Richardson
building, corner of Sixth and C streets.
The profits are to be devoted to the
furnishing of the school just complet-
ed. It was a success of the most sig-
nal character. The number of ladies
present was not the least remarkable
nor the least pleasant feature of the
At six o'clock the large room was
crowded; literally, scores stood wait-
ing their turn for a seat and supper.
Among the tables, here, there, every-
where, from front to kitchen
with dishes, from kitchen to front
with good things the ladies came and
went each one doing her best to at-
tend to the wants of the many pre-
John M. Brogan, Mayor, aided by
Col. Watkins and Volney Hoggatt did
noble duty in the kitchen. The ori-
ginal stock of provisions were soon
exhausted. The larder was replen-
ished from time to time but still peo-
ple came to deplete the stock and as
county superintendent of schools Tal-
ler said at 11 o'clock, there was abso-
lutely nothing left, not a crumb, not
It was a spontaneous and hearty re-
ponse to the call for funds and the |
school will benellt accordingly, j
Dancing to the music of a good or- j
chestra vvas indulged in to a late hour
and everyone left pleased and satis- t
Slrnyed or Stolen.
On or about November 15th, from
tho s. w. 1, sec. 20, t. 21 n., r. 2 e., a
buckskin colored mare pony, heavy
with foal, branded on left shoulder P
K, on left hip IIY. Reward offered.
Leave at farm or with Palmer & Son,
corner Fifth and D, Perry, Okla.
Ladies contributing toward the
school festival will please note that
the date has been changed from
Thanksgiving to Tuesdsy evening,
Nov. 28. This change is unavoidable
beeanse of our inability to secure a
room in a suitable location. All con-
tributions should be brought to the
Richardson building corner Sixth and
C streets, not later than Tuesday
Plenty and Old Fashioned.
The Oklahoma restaurant on D
street, nearly opposite The Times
ofllee will give a Thanksgiving dinner
tomorrow at 12, noon.
The ladies running it promise an
old-fashioned, substantial, well-
cooked and properly served dinner
with plenty of turkey and pumpkin-
I < «!■ II
To suffering humanity to tell the
great benefit my wife has received
from Parks' Sure Cure, the truly
great Liver and Kidney cure. She
has been constitutionally wrecked
for several .years. Tried everything
fruitlessly. After much persuasion
from my druggist backed by his guar-
antee I bought a bottle of Park's Sure
Cure and the results are more than
wonderful. W. 1 . Bayes, 2404 Jones
St., Omaha, Neb. Perry Drug Co.
Idv**r mid Kidney Cure.
Parks' Sure Cure is the only guar-
anteed remedy. Its action is quick
and positive. ' Will stop that back-
ache and sickheadache. A positive
specific for all diseases of women.
Why suffer when it will cure you?—
Perry Drug Co.
Situation by an expert lady type-
writer. Best of references given and
required. Enquire at the land office
of Kikk & Gilbert.
Corner 7th and I) streets.
Parks' Cough Syrup cures colds,
coughs, croup and whooping cough.
The standard homo remedy in thou-
sands of families for ull lung diseases.
The future ! Guaranteed by Perry Drug Co.
I.I.KX .1 ROBERTS
Hkff.rf.sct. :• -The (iovenor and secretary
•of the territory of oklahoma, offices,
Hank «t Wade building, lioom l.
S. A. Layion.
HEADQUARTERS Seatons Bros.
C. F. Thurnau
Practical Watchmaker, :
Twenty years experience.
Potter's News and Book Store,!
7 St., bet. C and D, Perry, Ok j
A look at their stock and to hear their Prices will convince
anyone that they are the House to Patronize.
THE BOSTON DRV GOODS STORE
Dry Goods, Clothing
Boots and Shoes, llats, Trunks, Notions
and Gents' Furnishings Goods at
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
LARGE CONSIGNMENTS ARRIVE DAILY.
The first Dry Goods Store in Pfrry,
The Lacrossine's World's Fair Corsets, exclusive agents for Perry, O. T.
Shoe and Hat Store.
The only exclusive Shoe and
it is second to none in the Tei
Our prices arc right.
Doeds to Lots-
I have all the necessary blanks for
making 3*our application for deeds to . Seventh Street between D and K.
town lots. Call and have jour papers j
properly executed. J. L. Calvert. |
notary public, northeast cornsr land
1 Lt Store in the city and
ritory. Call and see 11s.
P R. AMOS & CO.
JOHNSON, WALKER & STANLEY
Lawyers and Land Attorneys
. WELCH & FAULDS,
■ inn . t*w . , .
Hank and Wade Ilufldlnp, Itoom
D St. between 7th and 8th, Perry, O. T.
okla | an(j jjcaTy Hardware. Stores. Paiuts, Iai^lemsnts anil Hirnenset. Alfall'lim
Attorney at Laio
and Notary Public
Townsite and Land Office Filings
Office—Morrison's Missouri Flats, neur
northwest corner Public Square.
PEHHY, * OkLA
WALKER & BEETHAM,
SIGN WKITIN*}, PAPER HANC.IM. and
INTKRIOIt PECOK ATIX< 1.
I« N. 71li Kt. hetw *• > 1 m>f.K
MILLER & STEAR.
ATTORNERS AT LAW.
Practiee In all the ( ourls. Speelnl uttentlon
tflvcn to land practice and criminal
Office in Friend Building on 7th St.
Perry O. T.
of Pocket and Table Cutlery.
T1NWORK A SPECIALTY.
o CALL o
a OR DOS it' HA) MOM).
associate - architects.
Reasonable Charges for Professional
Lawyers As,,,Land Attorneys
PERRY, O. T.
Office Washington, D. C., with spec,
ialint at huad of each division. Will
practice in all tho courts, liofore
Congressional committees and all
the Oovernient Executive Depart-
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer.
I keep the Largest Stock and the Oldest Goods in the Line.
Your Patronage Solicited.
Corner 8ev#nth and C Street
W. \V. KEAS,
Perry, O. T.
P. A. l'ARMELEE.
Keas & Parmelee,
IpracficaP aHouAe anc| Iblgn !painfincj
Paper (Hanging anil QecoraforA.
ALL WORK PROMPTLY AND NEATLY DONE.
Jiarl.eavc order* at Statehood Kestaurant hack of Richardson's Banlf-w#
MONEY TO LOAN
Chattel Security of all Kinds.
J. A. CRUIKSHANK.
0 Street, South Public Square
P«rrj O. T.
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