The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 139, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 1, 1894 Page: 2 of 4

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TIMES PUBL18U1N0 COM PAN T
It I: IS I' It. ti It I I K. Kiliior mi«l M«ni |«r.
Office on I) street, lialf block east
of PuMiv Square.
II M.ISHL'I' FVR111 I. VI F X« I II HI MMT
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put rereu 1
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r r Month,
one Mont li
1 i«n <• Muiitli*
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< inc ^ pri'
I ir> On i.
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Treasur. i
Mli'iut.l
part r,. ih<
i '1111 \i Ihogun
i . in Wharton
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I til U ixl I I' M« Miil.i- wit lit J I
i. or 11< r oi 11< 111 -
rotvvMi 11 ROAiin,
i iiulrmuii i ImotliJ M. i.r nh
|M.« i must * • r
iin l: more we call tl r* attention of
our eity "dads" to the faet that Sixth
and C.'«8lrefrtH Htill continue to l>e a
nuisance owing to the gangs « f mm
who congregate to loaf an l listen, in
open mouthed wonder, to the imm-
ehaus* nixma of the auctioneer who
makes I lie air hideouM with lila «li
contain Itowl* l,a lu- eannot t
through the erowda The> have i-
go around losing both tiuie and tem
per The nuisance ran In easily
etepped aini measures should be tak
en, without tiirrher waale oi time to
slop il.
ThtTimfs didn't bring the Pen-v
patent on. Il only ordered it to
; be brought. Hoke was very expedt
tioun in complying with our suggen
tion There is no reason to feel sore
over it. Our contemporaries may
call for the moon if they want it and
Tin TImks won't kic):. (hi on gentb
men make the «-«11 and m«if \ou ean
fetch it. "Bay the moon, ye hullicH.
bay!" ■
I - n't it about time lor us to hear]
something from tlie experimental
chemical engine that was or* j
dcred sonic time ay,o; or, are the
authorities afraid to show up tin
little toy until after the election?
Show il up now, gentleman, and let
ns see what kind of a little whiffet
you are giving us for a thousand or
I wo dollars.
RlLHY &I.\M.\RS-°<HJS
Must
BLUE BELL LIVERY.
Firsi-t'lass Ri"s. N'ow ami ivst single driving horse*.
VI
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tiusiiuvss
p
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(oninuTi la
Mlt. ( l>«l \ . . ii i ti .if I l
a Specialty.
D O HARMON
t\
III.- 1' .11.. in* • I'liti Will Pi
v ail at
>tel,
M A III III r. PfO|.
LEONARD BROS.
roperty.grocery.
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i KitnrroRHi.
I litfl I« -1 !•••
\<-ocliilc .In II.-.-
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— II | >1 l*nI• I ii-1 i if
Ti .'asm i i .
Vttoriii v .i in• i 11
Iioul ' out • . iii
I'mlinli- .luil^e.
-li.-iifT
i:« hir«i\\
I i 1.0 w.
milk l>al«
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.1 II rarki I
11 I Mill-1>I|\
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• \ ullneiM
; .1 I .Iwiir.l-
ii Harris
On I'of our eontemporarics i.-. re.
ported to have said that the Ti mi -
thinks I here is not another paper in
1'erry. The Ti mi s eerfaiuh never
said so, and what il thinks, on that
subject has not materialized yet.
However, while thinking, we will
send our reporter out to ascertain
what the signs are.
D Street, Between fitli atul Oili.
BARGAINS IN
Residence
Property
in all parts of the city.
Choice - Claims
All ovfr tin' couiiU
Call and See Us.
,.i. i . Hamli m
Rdxlitiroi Deeds I • Mosely
• i mill \ t Ink i «• I • 1 "-Hi-ii-n
.Justice of tli«' IVa«-'- • • 1 ' l;l>
-uiit. f'uiiUr in mi i ion i: i:. i • i
i oiii.mi>si<ini.it-- I r. M' lii'l-, 'iialniian.
I. in met lleally ami' . \. crow
No Other Newspaper
In the Strip pretends
A svi'Hi i'iI.\N'l'K•, hrainlcs.s hired
imidsliiiger on I he evening democrat is
making continuous "asinine" threats
at Tin Ti.mi:s through his employer's
paper. The same individual was
tired bodily from Tiik Timks force
t wo w eclcs ago.
to
riii-.
nval the Circulation of
I'kkky Daily Timhs.
The actual circulation of the
Times last week was as fol-
lows:
Monday, Feb. 19 2,486 i
Tuesday, Feb. 20 2,485
Wednesday, Feb. 2t 2,499
Thursday, Fob. 22 2,GI4
Friday. F< I). 23 2,511
Saturday, Feb. 24 2,527
Total 15,012
Daily average 2,502
This is the number of cop
ies actually road by thepeo
pie, all returns having been
deducted.
1M:i;i;v is a city boasting a high
standard of morals for one so young.
Kx.
If we do not have a superfluous
ijuantity of morals when we are young
what in the name of .Moses would we
do when we are more mature ami
bet ter looking?
Oi-:nti i-.mkn of leisure should keep
from crowding up the postofflce.
There is lots of room for loafers in
the middle of the eity square. Im-
prove the opportunity, gentlemen, or
you will soon lose it a big court
house is going up.
llcifijV C In rn C outjli * > rnp.
The greatest and best Cough Syrup.
It will relieve a cough quicker, surer
and more effectually than tiny thing
on the market. Sold and warranted
by all druggists.
l>i«M llllliMI Niillrr.
Notiec is hereby given tjiat the
linn ot \V. W. l'attison iS: ('« ., of
i'erry, <)k., hardware and implement
dealers, composed of the members of
W. W. Paltison and .1. II. Knapp, is
hereby dissolved.
W. \V. 1 \VTTISON.
We have the lOarly Hose, Earlv
Ohio, Dualities of Ifehron, .Mammotii
Pearl seed potatoes and Colorado.
We are the only exclusive wholesale
seed house in I'erry. J. W. Fitgerald,
C street, west of Seventh.
All of the citizens of North Perry
are requested to meet at the city hall
tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock to
discuss the situation relative to the
ceminary reserve.
Many Citizen*.
I HE TIMEV POLI'I ll il.J'l I I I OHM j
Protection to the An*, i t. an liver dollar
Protection to Ain. i U-an IhIjoi i y protcn
Hiar American induct 11« °
For president oi the l nlti-.l tale I •
w illlain MeKinlev of«into
ANNOUNCl Ml NTS
l oil I'oLlt l Jl'DOl'.
W care authorized to annouiiei-ih * iiaiin- i
of O \V. Buck as i candid ite foi the office ,
of police Jiidf^e, ?uhjcei to the act Ion ot lie
r< * I ■iihllca n convention.
Hie
\\ e are nnthoi l/ed t< aim.
ol I', i;. rook as a candhiaO- for the oiitce of i
poller judue suhjeet to ilio action ol lliej
republican '- •! i \ cm Ion.
ron eiTi ( i.i iik
We are authorized to announce iin* name j
W IHu .11 a ;• candidate lor eli> ;
ii.it.
I oil i l l V ATTollM:> .
W e aiv authorized to annniince t h<- naim
oi c 11 Stewart a< a candidate im- « ii \ ,o
tornev subject 1" Hie act Ion of III'* repulill-
can city convention,
foi: Ji'sru i. or i in ri: vei .
Please announce me a« a candidate for
.lastIce of i lie l va-'e ^nhj.-ci t - the act Ion cf
iIn- repuhlican conventl«in.
He'd alwa.\ - li 'ii a man of peac r
lh- wouldn't harm a ha re-
mit when a dude w It It ci tra r-M ■
i'Iew smoke imo his lace \ mi lie;
II.- ma- li< I 111 m \ 11--ii .i id I lie. <
Mom y to i . hi ii
■Short time loano on real estate or
otlu-i upprovod seourin It r
Brook or at Mi.lliind Bnr
A lilii ARRIVAL
V ' ii iii Jii-r ii f Will | ij ii i 111,, , | \ ,
rived in I "* i rj litis Mornlnj;, \\,.||
I Ixed \ li ti I'll nn of i „ jUiui.
There ai l iVi ti in this cits toda\ live
i i.'i'owded i-ai load / of families who
I came to nettle. Tin \ brought with
them all there furniture, are of the
best class Of people, have capital and
laims.aiul will -oon he settled and do
indwell. Mueh of thcfuruilure brought
with them is very valuable and
of it inoic?ates that these
people were in the most comfortable
circumstances. Tin y will be heartily
welcomed. We understand a large
number of families are on the way. "
Mr. ,). A|. Augenstein who came
with them called at the Timks olllce.
If tin new comers are like him a no-
ble addition has been made to our
people.
Sen.I lifty cents in money or stamp.,
and get ••• • opj of < 'ah ert'a Settle ra
i luidf if you are interested in hold-
in y a claim or quarter ol school land,
or a town lot, you can't afford to do
without ihis book. Address, .1 I,
Calvert, r O. box 12/i, Pern , 0. T.
till I lis IN IHI
11. >
Hull u <f>
ti I ury.
• I hearu
uiarhed the
EVkiiybody was.cbeerful today.
Cahpentkrs will be in large de-
mand very soon and so will brick-
lasers and masons.
11oki: didn't know what hit him
when he took it out of the pigeon
hole, lie wiped off the dust with bis
-•.I many 4 to i i •
teran to the oi l : < i
ii• • c «• nli. about heroic «!a -i
; tli _• like that that |n. k j !a« • in
! t^ar limes, especially about soldi
! that would rather be killed than t- ii
lie. or something of thai sort, and
the\ mostly remind me of one tliat
happencil down in Virginia A |e-ivat
in one of the Virginia regiments In...
i got into some kind of a sera}"*, 1 dla-
I "eme uher just wliar. !• ' - -ihir.g
I M'i'ion . because he was goih^' to l.e
! sliot for it. 1'hey ^ave liitn a wed;
: of e-iTo-i-, and after the sentenc. he
! asked 1 '.c general in command if he
wouldn't home and his wife
ONt'n al AWT Oi^l D ; and babies that lived abo..t twenty.
live miles away in the m>- ; ltains-
1 Says he to ilie general:
; • TI,er ain't nothin'in the world,
| ginerl. bit Sary and the babios fer
j me no .. since I've dono this thing,
nn' I'm willin' to die, but I want to
j go to and see. them e/ if i wuz on a
fur!" ".rh. and tell 'em that 1'fn goin'
I n a - -oat ac-oss the river, an' i je3t
c mi io l.«t 'em know that 1 mightn't
F.M -a_. L'ood-l'Vft
heap of >tore f*y
i boys that they
good men like
id break Sary's
knowed what wi/. goin'
an' ginerl, don't von
lor tb« next THIRTY DAYS.
C St. bet. 7th and Oth, No. 230.
CAN VEGETABLES.
rhr« e 311i i an flo> ton Haked fteaiis
for 25
Three 3lh can of I'uinnkln for L'j
Two 81b can of Corn for :!o
l our 21b can of Sugar Corn for 10
Three 21b can of Lima Beans J">
Three two can String Means itii
CAN TRUITS.
One'J1 lb can California Ain ieots 1">
< me .",1b ean Host oil Tahl^ Peaches la
f)ne 21b can I'lackberries 1(
< )ne 2lb can Raspberries 1(1
One:' ,1b can California Muscat
Grapes 15
Two .V ,1b can California Peachc i :>■
Two 2' .lb can California Black
('hcrrics !Ui
(Two 2 dl) can California Straw-
berries 1"
Two 2lb can Hone;, hew Cherries -Vi
Two 21 jib can California lirccn
(iagePlum 25
Two 2" lb can California Bartlet
Pears 3Ti
Two 2lb can I'ine Apples 2.r)
()ne .'lib can Applos 10
One 2' .lb can California Kgg
Plums l.r
Three 2lb can Texas Peaches 2a
GALLON GOODS.
One gallon can Muscat Grapes
u " u Wagner Peaches
Apples
u 4 4 4 4 Bartlet Pears
4 4 4 4 4 ' Apricots
CANNED MEATS.
Two cans Salmon
Three loz. can ()ysters
()nc 8oz. can Oysters
One 21b can Corn Beef
One lib can Corn Beef
DAKING POWDERS.
Two cans Baker's Delight Powder
Two cans K. C. Baking Powder
Two 20oz cans CniveVsal Baking
Powder
BAKING SODA.
Kour packages Anvil Soda
STARCHES.
Fmu packages Starch
LYE.
lib can It or a Lye
21b can Rora Lye
Three boxes Greenwich Lye
Two boxes Lewis I.vc
PACKAGE GOODS.
«ine package Bird Seed
" 11 Coffee
Gold Dust
Six '• Goldino
Pearl ine
Three 44 Mince .Meal
< )ne Box (Joooa
One package 21b Honey Flake
•lib Haked Homnev
(lib Oat Meal
OKI,.
$2 per I):i\- Hii ii\l S4 ju'i w ivk. Simple Rooms.
Leading Hotel ol the City.
Our 1 )iiiinRoom is ihe 1 iiiLst in Perrv. Special
I'.inqiiotf .ma Dinne r oh short noiire.
Loculed on U St., bt'l. till, .unl Utli,
PERRY OK LA,
Tommy's R estaurant.
For a □ Meal,
The Best in the city for the money.
:. <>. Guaranteed i.'\orMIim.4 the m;iil\'i. t allords.
Short Order at your own Prices.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT-
I nilor ilu* inana^'enu-iil ol Toinnis Wiliov, the 1 >. sI known
restaurant man in the tcrritorv.
(' St., one-half block east of Souare.
•Pi nee ot Wilet" tit Co
Brood
Direct from
Mules and Horses.
Direct from Illinois. Also a fe\
" y w w
Tu UK SOI.li AT
i>:t1
Koon and all the iiece«sarips of life
arc cheaper in Perry than anywhere
else on the globe. In that direction
I'erry is the poor man's paradise.
Ks"attinoeh'h excavation on Sev-
enth street is netting deeper and
deeper with every passing day. Work
on the foundation will soon begin.
I.owkh rents would better subserve
the interests of landlords. High
rents will subserve the interests of
tlie city for the people will be com-
pelled to build.
From observation and feeling most
of ihe people in this section of the
country believe thai spring has at
last arrived. The famous "gentle" is
here on schedule time.
Wk hear talk about appointing a
committee ol experts to prospect foi
water. The idea is u good one It
will cost little and the work will Ik
easily accomplished, 1
il. r linn, owl I... t .* .ti,I lip.
I • .,«••■ III.
It \va at 1 ■ e• hotel lable. ami they
looked Mispiciotisiy like a bridal
couple, but their conversation *cenie(l
to dinjirovo the theor; He had ex*
I'ilained in rat her loud tones that he
had si:iv -d tin- lo. p "M hi- overcoat
t\ith vliil:' tln-'-a-l. and she had 1 old
him that if he'd had ait.v injfoiiuity
he could have made ii hhuk by draw-
Jny it through the ink bottle. >
the (.'li'eayo riine> So that every
one eoald see they \-.-.-i-e "old married
people." for a bride would have re-
proachfully have asked him why he
hadn't let her do it.
Then t lie\ be ij all ' ■ ■ ol'llei- 1 In i r din
ner.
••Will you have a redhead duck or
a mallardlie asked
• rm sure 1 don't know." >im re
turned airily. I don't know the dif-
ference between a red In •' I duck and
il blue eyed pliea ailt
'Diis llippancy diseom .-i t« d him for
a moment but lie m-ciiiciI i« n ineinbcr
and went tn:
••Well, bow do soi11e boiled i|iiaiU
strike you
••Boiled or stewc I. it's linuiaturial
to ine," she answered nonchalantly.
Then he became cross and delivered
himself of an opinion.
• See here. Alice, you've j/ot to de-
cide. I don't want t > «jo and order
something for our lir.-t dinm-r *1
And then he suddenly paused as
Alice moaned:
• Oh, hush! I knew you'd forget.
You've j;iven it away after all my at-
tempts to seem >o old married! Oh.
ltalph!"
And the hearers thought aj.iin of
the -1 up'dity of man. and how it ruth
lo<-ly^lc-troys all tout the tile- . of
woman a< -uinplishe And ill a! .<•
woiniercd a.-'.ain wh , H«e \ i•_*i i•> ...t' a
wedding joume;. ■ h.. 11J i. e.iill tlicra
ti lve ; hm criminals.
COAL.
Canon City,
< )KHge,
Wicr City, No. ti,
Wier ('ity,
IllackBmithing.
SOAP.
Six bars Clarrette.
Magnet.
u " Charter Oak.
u il Humpty Dumpty
41 Lenox
Slh Washing Soda
13.00
Alley, West star Liver} llaru,
SMITH BROS.,
Grocers,
Corner C and Exchange Streets.
A complete stock.—
FULL LINE OF TOBACCOS.
Come and see uh. Goods delivered to any part of Perry or its Huliurli^.
DRIED FRUITS.
i* >me bnelt
to'( ..I Sury .vi'- a
me. ami shu tc lis tin
must grow up tu l
tin i- d.uidv is. Jt
heait ef •
In liaiijK
111. f
1 Hi
:{ih
l lh
3 Hi
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1 11).
:i Hi
: rapes
I'eaelies
Prunes
Apples
Apricots
liaisiiiH .
IK (All I) OF TUADK.
Presliteiit, •' It. King j
Financial and i'orre«. ^ec'y i.eo. I'ursell
First Vice I'restdent. .J. II. ( orrliron
Second " " <nimiei Fullnor
TreasnrHi , l: T Iir«k>k
our) eTon*
.J II. KIIIK. «.. W I'm • II.
i iranvllle M« n i-. .1. I:. < '■ >ri l«.in
h. i: Ueatf.v. - inm- il I • • 11n• i
i red \S Karrar, Vllon llall, B i Bi -
\livi:iri i ■* i \ i..
FASHIONABLE
Dressmaking
Mrs, L. M. R!iodr-3 ami Mi:<<i Minnio Ellis.
Hf.'i lllchnrilson'^ Morn.inlll.' I >r<.
igeni foi the renowned i nn- KiMMfi
!'ik k ";'11' ine is enough example
u ''i -at kiiiin' >ary. te-o. an* Icavin'
e ii l-ahie- to >tai*va in tne moun
1 If you don't think it is.
in shoot me now ami let
l l et through >Ury'd
come back, jjinerl. .-bore;
nlV sake let me ji-o home
t a'l r'/lit with \ir. an*
-ine 1. V' :
the rame
li-art. 11
enly for (I
anil make
tlie babie-.*
••Well, the general hail niorey. and
he tohl Ihe 'oldicr he eoulil ;'o and
S* "ii ti i t to his liQnor. ami besides,
the whole army was watching liiin
vo the soldier lilt cunipon parole and
ivent to hi.s l:i/m';. ami on the last day
• f the week, !•* t)ie morning bright
and e.rlv. f |he dav ho was to bo
shot—"
••By ^I'iivy," 'nterrupted the cor-
poral en theflcap hex. "he came back,
and, of ui:jc. the general didn't lot
a man like that I"- put t i deatir.'"
I'hc veteran looked at the corporal
-ovcrely for the int. eruption.
• A- I was suyin'.' he rcjumod. "on
ihe last day ef the week, in the morn*
i-ej-. le ii ;41 :i?i«t car .'. on I h • dn ho
'. .i t i h • Jiot. h iiidli t com'- back,
.. >.• ti, n : d:iy, no;* the day a/t .v
nor an;, t;.. I'.at anybjiiy - ver heard
of. .i nl I hi i i :iue the . t :i'Mi £i iuna-t
.-I the iMi-poru! on the ap box and
. arir*tliMr t^irv
BULK GOODS.
3 lb bulk At
: lb Mince Meat
:? lb Relish
15 lb Tomato ('atsup
'1 lb Preserves, all kinds
Irai 1 Syrup •r U<* H.~>c ami -- l.no.
1 gallon jut; Mustard.
Ml MilKIISHir.
I-.tin M. liroir.m.
I. - Mlelif't- • .ii.
.1 T Hill
. i: A l.ec,
J.J 11.1 ll. >.
MINIMI \ MI \l IN ' •
Mill FelllHT .
• i;..i.t i: .. w. i
I.. \\ . I'm-eli.
I \ .IiicoIh.
I .) 11 il in | <11 re- .
t: o.llltl-e.it I .
I • mi \\ hart).n
mi Mi ii*\i \II \ii:«4
l> I; Iteatti
iii jomlii
CI
WOODENWARE.
:: hoop I'ail.
No. 1 Tub.
Single side washboard
Double.
Wire Cloth Tin
LARD.
31b Lard
21b Pure Leaf Lard
lib Kraut
COAL OIL.
Five gallon 150 test Oil
" '• 175 lent Oil
" " Nation Light Oil I
" " IvOHC CiBHOlillO
FLOUR.
10(111. Patton and Stapelton'K liest
Patent 1
10011) Kramer Star Patent 1
10011) Diamond Patent I
1001b White Bw*n I
loolh Shorts
1IJU I 'urn ('hoji
llHjlli Hran
One hunliel Porn, elielljd
10
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ni l. \\« I:li
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1
I tiller.
l; l{ Tatlev.
1
.1
- 15. W.nl \\.Mill.
.1
II.
LaflVri \ .
20
M \ I'ark,
i:
\.
\ Ills, jl
80
HAII.W «
iiioinv
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55
.1 |( i <'i rman,
I..
ll.
allie,
liilirar Walk In-.
\ M If AH,
j
i:
li
1
l.aiith i .
Itnink.
20
i.ranvllle Mm ii-.
.in
ill ll
ti Hank-',
no
T M. Ittchai i-.ii.
<;.
w
. I'ursell.
80
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HOI I.I.V
.J. li. .Jaeksnii.
II .
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\ f>1 in*\ llou'^att,
a.
\ .
Wolf...
\. II Nouwliei t> .
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l.e
vl.
n. w. ilonet.
M
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.'licll ,
25
Harry 1 >ecki r,
>.
A.
Iteniple.
2o
lauinet! Meattle,
MAM 1
1 \« TI
Ill
It H.
1 refl W. Farrar.
III
Mt
If. lirccr.
. |r.
.J li. I);ivis.
WANT COLUMN.
nOKTllADK I'erry property to I i
1 l.lltlirle proper!) l-auillli e ll i . in
Morris hlorl:
rpO R] N i Houne .'i x i" tw - n Hlxth
1 i,ii i. -i ieet Inqutio of. G. M
i he Sow i ork Haraw are ston
IfTAXTKD rn rent I i
>> in- hou • > in n 11 i
tie- eli v Jos. i.. Hluekhurii
t
4
Auction, Every Saturday.
Will do eommi-oion bu.-iao.-• llrinx on V1 111r hu ' . inul.- ,\\.n."-ii ..v.-n
nndeowfl if you want them sold. Private sal.- every da\ in th.■ we.-l .
CHRISTNER &. TIN CATE.
Perrv, Okia
WE PAY HIGHEST PRICES
11' ' eond hand goods and giv.. Ihe
liesi bargains in new and neeond-hand
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 139, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 1, 1894, newspaper, March 1, 1894; Perry, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116356/m1/2/ocr/: accessed March 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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