The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 84, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 26, 1893 Page: 2 of 4
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KENTUCKY LIQUOR COMPANY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN —
Fine Wines and Whiskies.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FAMILY ORDERS.
7th and D St., First Door South of Goien Eagle Clothing House,
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
FINE SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION.
J. LEON, Manage,
TH* TIMES PCBMSHISO OOUPANT
Ul ttl K llHUK. I ililnr aud \Lua *r.
jAf lit >iI'lli:11 >. l-o<*l l ilt-
Office on l> strci-t, half block east
of Public .Square.
rC U«IIM) I VRKI DAI KA< lljiliil
*>ub « rlpilon Mate*
lit < aMIIK.
;•••! 10 my i 1 r' tt* i ily wm*
P*r Month. ,w4
'1 nree Months
It* « i- f. r llie I r
mud New f.uu for
I tie Mitrthul.
cash t accom past all okbers.
No Other Newspaper
In the Strip pretends tu
rival the Circulation of Tut
Perry Daily Timhs,
The actual circulation of the
Times last week was as fol-
Monday, Dec. II
Tuesday, Dec. 12
Wednesday, Dec. 13
Thursday, Dec. 14
Friday, Dec. 15
Saturday, Dec. 16
Total for Six Days
This is the number of cop-
ies actually read by the peo-
ple, all returns having been
BoAliD of trade tomorrow night
Do not forget it.
And the Wichita Eagle alludes to
him as Jupiter Malone.
IT W AS KXI'El'TED.
As foreshadowed in the columns of
this paper some three weeks aso, the
Santa Fe system of railroad, includ- The Hoary Holiday sees Perry for tilt-
ing its Frisco lines, is in the hands of F;rs( Tim# and Smi|(.f
receivers. The interest, amounting to
nearly 3,(JU(J,000, becomes due on _ ,,, ,
January ui. Itvm onable to rtiie EA( II ONE K) lllv LIKING.
the sum and this, together with the
recent death of Mr. Magoun, preeipi- TL* u«> Isfjilirlh Spriit- t ltrtuiM- A|'|Ui
tated the movement. rntly «i Fnit with lltui««lf auri thr
The entire indebtedness of the
Atchison, Topeka & Santa IV railroad
is £240.000,000. Its stonk is divided
among 11,000people, of whom0,000are
women. Its mileage is 9,3-16 of op-
erated lines, distributed over thirteen
states and territories. It employs
, 830,000 men. Its annual earnings are
! about £35,000,000 and last year it
I moved 5,000,000 passengers and
S,CCO,COO tons of freight. It had its
origin in an act of the territorial leg-
islature of Kansas on February 11th,
1*59, creating the "Atchison & Tope-
ka Railway Company." Its stock
has sold as high as 110 and as low
The financial history of the road is
a record of mistakes and extrava-
gance during its early existence and
of good management, brave effort
and heroic action in more recent
merrychristmas buy where you can get best"'
Value for your Money
In order K> KetUuc our Iiiuiiciim: Stuck oi
The board of trade will have a meet-
ing tomorrow night—Wednesday.
Representatives of the Otoe Indians
have promised to be present
the first page under the heading:
"Oklahoma's Friends Careful," also
argument of Ex-Speaker Reed against
the Wilson bill on the fourth page.
Christmas, Merry Christmas, looked
upon three-months.old Perry today 1
and smiled; smiled first at its exis-
tence, then at its growth, again at its
handsome features, once more at its j
exemplary behavior. It kept smiling 1
all day, finding something new all day
that was good and deserving the hap-
Yesterday was quietly and enjoya-
bly spent by all in the city. Many ac-
cepted the courtesies extended them
by friends and dined out. Those less
fortunate and having no family with
them crowded the better class of re-
freshment rooms and restaurants. A
series of games of ball on the public
square afforded amusement to many,
a number took advantage of the pleas-
ant day and with buggy and horse
drove into the country. The sky was
unclouded, the air soft and genial and
the sun gave generously of its warmth.
pabst and blue r1bbons.
A beer wagon heavily laden and
All | drawn by two horses of large size
gaily bedecked with blue ribbons, was
seen on the streets vesterdav.
$5 to $1
... — , . On
Washington special on , the seat high above the kegs of amber
colored malt and hop product was the
driver and with him II. Friedlander,
agent for the l'abst Brewing Compa-
ny, and Wm. II. Mitchell, his rustler
iand bookkeeper. During the after-
noon Mr. Friedlander called upon
each of his customers with a "Merry
I Christmas" and leaving with each a
All IliaTlml I'illi
Are good for are treated more suc-
cessfully by Parks'Tea. Is not a ca- I handsome lithograph done in colors,
! thartic; «io griping or pain, yet moves advertising his company's products,
the bowels every day. Perry Drug an unique sovenir pin and a keg of
Newspapers sometimes say things
of men who get indignant over it.
Those men should nightly give thanks
for what the rewspaperB know but
The Perry Times is the newsiest
brightest and most fearless paper in
the strip. Whenever you see a paper
with Greer at the masthead you can
bet it's filled with choice reading.
Enid has nine newspapers six
weeklies and three dailies. Many
there must have said "O, that mine
enemy would write a book," and
straightway many must have misun-
derstood the injunction and started a
An exchange says: "Separate the
buttermilk from the batter as quickly
as possible." What bothers us is
to separate the hairs from the butter,
not only expeditiously, but graceful-
ly, and to the preservation of our ap-
Jean Syathmaby and his wife, in
Zsombolyi, Hungary, recently cele-
brated the 100th anniversary of their
marriage. Their century of wedded
life is well and officially attested.
Many notables and Hungarian ofll-
cials attended the anniversary cele-
bration and made presents.
They're Finding It Out.
As pretty, stylish and substantial a
building as we have noticed in the
new Oklahoma is the Agricola Hotel,
at Perry. This new hotel has just
been erected for an Indianapolis, I ml.,
capitalist by M. Shaw & Son, contrac-
tors and builders, late of Joplin, Mo.,
hut now residents of Perry. It is on
the corner of D. and Exchange
Before January ist, we have reduced our prices to such a point,
the poorest of our Citizens can afford to dress comfortable.
A good warm OVERCOAT at
The Best OVERCOAT ever offered
Heavy SUITS from,
a $ 12.00 Cheviot, double breasted sui
Equal to any $16.00 Garment.
And all oilier Goods sold low in proportion. No old .Stock., Everything Fresh and New-
Examination of our slock and Prices will soon convince any one that we mean business.
Golden Eagle Clothing Co
CORNER 7th and D Streets.
J. FREUDENBERGER, Ag't.
tained in the evening a number
of their lady and gentlemen friends
among whom were Miss Belle
eron, Miss Eliza Marsh, Miss
Harber, Miss Sadie Bates, and her
sister, Maytne, and Messrs. Watkins,
Wilson, Rice, Walker and Davis.
Music and other media served to
make the evening thoroughly enjoy-
We acknowledge the receipt of one
dozen of blue ribbon, select beer, a
Christmas gift of II. Friedlander, the
local agent of the Pabst Brewing Com-
pany of Milwaukee.
The blue ribbon select is a favorite
brew, and Mr. Friedlander's thought
for the good ok the church.
Miss Mattie Davenport last night
11 In Second Wife
Told him the secret of her good
health. She used "Parks' Tea" every
night. Perry Drug Co.
Milwaukee champagne. His jolly
face indicated that he was having a
heap of fun out of it.
salvation army on the merry day.
The salvation army, or the contin-
gent of it which quarters at Perry was
at an early hour on the streets with
two flags, a brand new bass drum, an
ear-splitting ditto, a number of come-
ly and withal fetching lasses and eight
or ten men, one of whom persisted in
streets, is two stories high and of | h\a shirt' .whio,h 8ee?le/l?,?e
modern architecture. The rooms are .and, heaUhy
' well ventilated throughout and in "A1.,sl > °n the ?ut?lde of trousers.
fact it is one of the cosiest hotels in j '' ""ft «"d whe." "otsingmg they
the strip. It has been newly furnish- " reached Squaw s Cor-
ed and M. Shaw will probably manage . ' *t the junction of Sixth and C
it. The people of Pawnee can find no ; streets, and whether they thought his
nicer place to stop when in Perry hono.r> thf,! ma>'or- particularly needed
than nt the Airricola Pawnee Times ' Pra.vlnKfor not, the fact remains - . -
than at tin Agricoia. i-qwnee nmts. (hat )h dilprav and pray fervently. I aS8U,ted by man.v of her friends, gave
Another song and with the boom! an entertainment last night in the dis-
boom! of the big drum and the rattle- trict court rooms on Sixth street north
de-hang of its smaller brother, the °f/*■
little band wended its wav to their A sma11 admission fee was charged,
barracks wishing all a happv Christ- Just sufficient to defray the actual
mas, and extending an indiscriminate costs, and the profits given to the
invitation to call upon them. Sunday School of the Christian
cheadle and His customers church. The little ones were out in
N. F. Cheadle, agent for the Ferd force and weie treated to an intro-
Heini Brewing company, of Kan- ''"etion to the verifable Santa t'laus
sas C'itv, was up briglit and earlv to their entire and complete happiness,
yesterday extending to everyone ^ ounB aml old> there must have been
the compliments of the season, and to over 860 in attendance and "piles of
every beer customer of their large !un ali olu' youngster characterized
trade this was supplemented by the it, was had.
gift of a keg of the Ferd Heim Brew-i Thu venture was eminently sue-
ing company's beer. cessful and good will result undoubt-
Mr. Cheadle is always alive to the e"'y- •
necessities of the occasion, and took
Care 0THEiLRSHA?8N\-wannN°mely' i P;u'ks' ^ough Syruo cures colds,
n . coughs, croup and whoopin
.v,„ 'V WinUme The 8tandard home remedy In thou
i ri m sands of families for all lung diseases,
SCUMMINGS & BROWN
Whe.n the Santa Fe railroad became
convinced that Congress would re-
quire it to give Perry a depot, it cast
its line and hook for a councilman.
It is written that at Salt Lake City
Friend was caught before.
A certain distinguished member
of the city council has been promised
free transportation over the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe. He is unkown
in railroad circles and never held an
honorary position entitling him to the
courtesies of the road in question.
He moved that Perry be left out in
the cold, damp, hard world.
The board of commission oil the in-
sane held a meeting Friday night at the
probate court, ex-ofllcio chairman lid-
wards, presiding. Jack Mitchell was
present, and after listening to his
story and two witnesses, he was de-
clared insane and that he be sent to
Before O. S. Holt, justice of the
peace: Bank of Parry vs. Way Ir-
win, motion to dissolve attachment.
Motion granted. Chicago Lumber
Co. vo. Green II. Raum, jr., garnish-
ment. Caso not vet heard. Candel
vs. Spurrier, forcible entry and de-
tainer; hearing late this afternoon.
Territory of Oklahoma vb. Nevins et
nI; dismissed at cost of complaining
Before George E. Clayton, justice of
the peace: W. M. Delaney vs. O.
Short, recovery of 825 damages for a
horse: dismissed at the cost of plain-
tiff. H. O. bee vs. E. C. Scruggs, re-
plevin of office fixtures of Green B.
Raum, jr.; hearing late this afternoon.
Itank of Perry.
The Bank of Perry, of which Fred.
W. Farrar is cashier, lias moved to
its new quarters, to Sevents street,
As before stated, we dislike parting
with such near and genial neighbors,
but congratulate them in the mo e
commodious quarters into which ill jv
Their bank vault is the first one in
town and is a beauty.
Window Shades and Oil Cloths
We have opened up a new and complete line
of Furniture and by FAIR DEALING hope
to merit a share of your Patronage.
Our Cheap goods are Good.
Our Fine goods are Pirn
Our Prices are Low as is Consis
tent with Quality.
COMB IN AND SEE US.
CUMMINGS & BROW!
IOAN WANTED.—Pushing young Inisl-
jness man .steady habit-, good charac
desires a bout f loo for :jo to hi days on ea«y
terms.—A. H. C, care P. O. Box w.
Address box •!
rKD—Postage stamps All kinds,
Including whole stamped ••nvelopos,
excopt smallest one and two cent stamp*.
lt KENT—One elegant front room
ofllce purposes, In the E. u
building on 7th street between I> and
II. Perry A Co.
Territorial Teacher's AnvocUtloii
For the above meeting to be held ar
| homa city, o T., December 17th loTftl
lilOH s.m.k—Two pairs Fairbanks counter Atchison Topeku and santa Ku rulir 'i
i_ scales, nearly new, also one gold watch, s°" r°und trip tickets to Oklahoma •
or will exchange for lumber, h. W. V ' —' •
t Co. Itlock 11, E street between 7 and
J. P. McKinnis, representing the
fourth ward in the city council, was
recently in Oklahama City and whilst
there was asked by a representative
of Delaney & Scott, to whom had
been granted a waterworks franchise,
time to complete their bond. Mc-
Kinnis answered that unless they
came to time promptly further bids
would be asked for. McKinnis is
Miss Lancabtbr, in explaining her
mind reading achievements, says that
all she does is to make her mind blank
and then receive impressions. The
Sixth stret evoning sheet has nat-
urally a blank mind, hut instead of re-
ceiving impressions it uses the scis-
sors. The other evening exactly
twelve paragraphs touching twelve
different subjects appeared in its col-
umns that were clipped from the
Wichita Eagle, and 110 credit given.
Liver and 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.
KttfllrCorn for Fodder.
Kaffir corn is a non-saccharine sor-
ghum, is cultivated for both forage
and grain. The yield in green fodder
is from three to six tons per acre.
Taking an average yield of four tons
per acre, each acre will produce 156.8
lbs ash; 288.5 lbs protein; 561.9 llis
fibre; 1,071.fi His nitrogen free ex-
tract, and 69.U His fat. Assuming a
co-efficient of digestibility equal to
that of corn, it can readily be Been
that this is a very good forage crop.
Prof. George L. llolter. of the Okla-
homa experiment station, who fur-
nishes us these figures, does not have
sufficient data at hand to determine
satisfactorily to what extent this
crop exhausts the land. One good
point in its favor is Its succulence.
Even when the stalks have become
quite hard cattle will oat them with
Parks' Cough Syru
coughs, croup and wfiooping cough
to the Blue Bell at 110011
to see John M. Brogan" and C. M. Onapant^ert hv Perrv nm< Pn
Cooke mount the few steps by which Ferry Drug to.
the piano stand is reached. Stationery, blank books, &c.. at
Among the many present were Perry Drug Co.
SaTl,Sh"1nmi)„epUS-,,Mar8ha!l Genuine (Hidden barbed wire at
Heck Thomas, Officers Miller and i & MopIcIpvh
Hopkins and others of the force. The ! & MotkieyH.
marshal was asked to approach the— Nice fresh country butter, 20 cents
rostrum, shall we call it?—and, once Per Pount^ atCummings' Merc. Co.
there, had to listen to a happily- New York Hardware Store for nails
worded speech given by Mr. Cooke, and building hardware.-
l!leh difficulties I Everything in the stationery line at
Fn nrpa pv?njJ nn,l jf "J bottom figures at the Perrv Book and
in preserving law and order through News Co on <• street
the first and necessarily the toughest ''
days of Perry's history, the satisfae- Go to New York Hardware for
tory manner in which the work of genuine Glidden barb wire.
')e'n8 done at the j Glassware and yueensware at coat <'li'-ape«t neatest hikI meet attractive an.I
present time and in recognition of all for the next ten davs at W tntnev's u '"'■'Iiie i n- ivrry N..\e y c„. u sti-.-.-t
of which the speaker, Mr. Cooke, had Wtm > S' " • .oanu^r.
been commissioned to make the pres- Htreet <!nd aoor east ot <tti. ■
ent on behalf of many friends, to1 Have you seen those beautiful al-
Marshal Tilghman, of a fine cartridge I bums anU toll<'1 ca,ies at l1"' Palace
belt, scabbard and revolver. These Store? They're just the thing
were handed the marshal, who re- |for Ltiristmus presents.
ceivcd them with evident pleasure For want of room, we must sell out
and who acknowledged the handsome [ a large portion of our turmture stock
gift briefly yet with evident feeling. ; at once—J. W. Johnston & Co.
Mayor Brogan then gave a few If you want to suve the trouble of
kmdly words and the pleasant affair : running around to get your lumber
was eve1"- bill figured, goto Hansen & Mims.
Marshal lilghman finds himself! They are tliu lowest.
with a new belt of cartridges, a scab- ,i.u i i . .1 t. >
bard and a .45 Colt's revolver, hand- , A" t,he PfP'« ™Hh('o the Palace
1 1 .. . . >. . ; rlrutr wtorn to obtain th««ir ( hriMtmas
Midwinter Fair, NunFranelfim.
\ . ibore event the Atehlson, i t
Santa 1-e railroad company will sell.:
trip tickets at M.SO each. Transit l;i
each direction 15 days. Final limit \
1< |. stopover prfvlege? allowetl w •
transit limit. Above ratelalso nj i
Colton, I>is Angeles, San Rernanii:
Diego and San Jose —E. E. U e^terv-, \
Wharton, Ok., Decernl>er .*
rubber and metal
stamps, lodge, notary, bank andcoi
(Miration seals, cheeks for baggage, pool,
bar, keys, Ac., ctenslls ready or made to or
ner, badges, inks, pads Ac. Handy rubber
type printing outfits ull sizes ami prices
Merchants handy sign marking outfits, all
sizes and prices. White enameled or gold
glus; letters, figures and signs put on win-
dows Ac., and warranted. They maki
t one and one-third lowest r
class fare. Tickets on sale December
to jyth Inclusive, limited to January i
foi return B Western it, A
FO ht S A-IjE,
One New York dlmolvlnc; view uppunt
THREE HUNDRED FIFTY VIts
on ull Subject• a splendid op|K rtunity
Home one lle-4t of remoni for tell
lug ill l>e Mold 1'hesp.
( all at Ruteher Shop half bloek wr t
rKilrudout Mtrret. FELIX PKUK
somely engraved, silver-plated and ''rug store to obtain their Chris
pearl-handled—the best the firearms l?OO H'
manufacturinir comnanv could nro- California canned fruits 15o
manufacturing company could pro
duce. The gun bears the simple in-
scription "William Tilghman, City
the pickwick club.
The "Pickwick Club," a newly or-
ganized society of young gentlemen
of the city, gave a delightful dance
in the checker-board building, 011
•Seventh street, last evening.
About fifteen couples participated
and the music, excellently rendered,
made the evening complete for those
entering into its pleasures.
A supper wound up the festivities
and all returned home feeling that
a delightful evening had been spent
and hoping for a repetition.
The Misses Kauffinan enter-
can at Cummings Mer.
bet. D and E.
Co., 6tli St.,
Call at Whitney's for low prices on
groceries and Hour. B street 2nd
door east of . th street.
George Bruce, of Stevenson & Bruce,
the law firm, has gone to Texas and
is expected back about January 1st,
bringing with him a bride.
I.lOlt KKNT.—Business room lilxGO feet on
south side of square—grocery or hard
ware preferred. Fifty dollars per month.
Enquire nt Ti mm office.
A CENTS WANTED—To sell an article that
every business man absolutely needs
on his desk. Call on or address w ith stamp
I'erry Novelty Co, D street, ;i doors east of
7th, opposite square.
A. H.CHEW & CO
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Table Cutlery, Lamp Goods, Et<
HOTEL and BAR ROOM GOODS A SPECIALTY.
China Glassware, Lamps, Dolls, Vaces, Fancy Tea Sei
Silverware and everything suitable for Christmas Present
©ftimneLjA for aff K°ineU of foampA.
-A.. H, CHEW 3x CC
7th Street West Side Square.
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