The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 276, Ed. 1 Friday, August 10, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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Yours to Please in Queensware -and Groceries,_L: A. Hearin, One door Bast of Boston Store, op
-skes light the. xijyi mass meeting wcpv Irp PrMtn p
K.I. W*«TI«TILT, AK nt.
r rrr. O. T.. *or. K.um.
„ ...—p*rnr I/*U* N... —
\t>€ of I lilted Workman . meets wery
1 n>bSS«Siay wStouaed' '
______ , This noi^hburiipod v^a~. blessed by i
_ ... ! good shower last evening^
Turner, the E.eclritian, Will Aoarets b
A M.cc m.pi.rif nfih« Peoria ' Mr. and Mrs. A. Katon have been
A Matt Meeting 01 ina People |(n pcrry the pa8t wettk pending
their contest trial. Mr. Eaton anu
*ife wears a happy smile as he has
won his beautiful farm IS miles north-
west of Perry.
Mrs. Seth. Wade is expecting her
husband home from Kansas the last
of this week.
TONiCHT AT THE C!TY HALL.
ox electric light plant.
Itr u. W rtrij
\\ and third sa._;
p.arrliiirer hall first sift., r
of Trade. All old and ▼!'
ouofted to be preterit
£. H PKKBT.
- Consul Com
VAHTKKN hi Alt. 1'erry chapter t D ,
Kmeets regularly on the secondami fourth
Wednesday* of each month at hall on p
street Visitors cordially invlt-d. KmaJ.
Morris, "v* ■ Mm i r « i Tmytoi. wm rotary
1—6 O. F.—Cherokee I • N U. I.O.O.
K*. Perry. Oklahoma Territory.
rveO'Thursday evrnliiK at T M) p
street between sixth and seventh.
ifV-vKiLVlr°me J. W. Qt'lCK,
Secretary. Noble Grand
perry Encampment No. 6,
■ i erry. Ok.. meets every Tuesday evening
at' ,vi at odd Fellows hall. N 1 siting P"itrl-
arch are cordially Invited to attend, o. u
Palmer.r. P.. Wm Tllghman. Hcrlbe.
(1 a. b . Homer C. Jones Post No.j13,
J. meets every Monday evening at ,.M
i> m at their hall m-ur the corner of Seventh
and It street All comrades Invited to meet
with us ItoliT. V. CONOVKIt,
,W i.*r. Ant. _ . < 'ommamler
KNH.MIh of I.AKOlt meet every Thurs-
day eve., 7 to p in. at « arpenter •
hall. one door west of the Huckhorn meat
market, on D street, t*t bth and .th
5 I) MTKI, US J. II. LKHWOH, M W
The C ity Csuarll Heady ad Wilting to
Uraut a Franchise If tl*e People
Favor the Proposition of fclee-
tileinu lamer — The
Plaat In a Fat or.
shir t lew.
Subject for Discussion Electric, Lights
By the Man who Proposes to F*iJt
in the Plant, C. R. Turner.
Turn Out Every One.
i r< l«t« \ ill l*e llrltl la the HighSdiOOl
Jluildhig lu Perr> - V Brief fcspost-
llon of li liiliiaioif Proceed*
i II If to Milt ' > Win-Ill
The first normal in >titnto for P|
unty will be licld at the high school
A birthday party wan given to little
Fannie Oakley last Friday, it beiug
her fifth anniversary. After the
children had all arrived an excellent
dinner was spread^ which constated of
I everything that' was good to eat.
It was eiven out at the meeting of a Aft. 'r twenty-five little tots wer.
, 7. , t,ut niirht l ea'ed around the table, Mr. l.uton .
few members of the council last night,! gt d forwardand returned thanks.
while waiting for a quorum that never j a(ter wbieh every little cnild seemed I
materialized that Mr. Turner was de- to enjoy the delicious dii ner thut was
eirous of submitting his proposition, set. Before them several nice pres-
. .. . .. . ^ «_ .Li. I «n1
to put m
city, to the
assembled. . in,. w. ...- ....
of his scheme would bo that the city until late that tlie little on.
im.iWl nnt 1>A hnund iii anv manner give up their plaj w th their "Ule | so w< u tUOwn tliat i- la not nee-
should not be bound in any manner friend to return to their homes.
or way further than to grant Mr. C. Ii.
Turner and his associates the frail-
Jersey Ice Cream Parlor.
NO PATENT, BUT
Pure Ice Cream Made at Home
From Pure Jersey Cream, constantly on hand.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Parlor, bet. Richardson Bank and Postonice.
St. John's Military School.
L1JZCU tusi iUi. *U «V "—- I lu UIIJWJ .
of submitting his proposition, set. Before them several nice pres-
i . • n v,. .,i„„t in thi unts were given to her. llicro was
n an electric light plant in thiB of plall0 musk. from Mrs.
the people in mass meeting i(,v „n(j Mrs. liale anil violin
led. That one of the features musie by Mr. Underwood. It was not
lnl ♦!. .t tlm liMlo iilltN fdllitl
\ m -t el i:s II .inline Willi'.I for Ii •« nii.1 viunir men. Pr.>]iares for lnisl:n- — ..f o..t
,,, ,,i. „i ■„ if-" -i i.m ury . i'. 11111. i — ml |i1i«-i-m •■"I nr...
- „ .,,i,Vjaim ^Iiiuuit 1..11 ~ Iuriilsli.-1 Ii)' 111-I'lUT-J vutji. xu|M*rt> btiUdinx. Uellglitful loca-
building in Perry, beginning august | non. aw.- prole.- r . RT R£V E s THOMAS, Rector.
Tor circulars adtlress, Walter M. Jar .A.M., Ik'a.l Masttr.
13, and ending August 25, 1SSM
Rev. S. 1'. Moyers will conduft the
normal and <>. <i. I'alnier, aupcrin-
tendent of Perry public schools, will
could |act us instructor. These gentlemen
cessary for further introduction.
Criss Nelson and Mr. Starky will Monday morning at 7 o'clork
. . , leave tomorrow for a bIx months visit i i.,,ii n iii rim. i,,. ,,n-
chise guaranteeing them the right of wjth relatives and friends in North i "ie'"k'i '' 0
lighting the city by this method for a Bend, Neb. Be good hoys while you lollmeiit. At 7:-ii business will be
certain period of time. are gone. The Jialfday session plan W'l) be tol
Councilman Hiley informed Thk Mr. Will Moore arrived homo last vv^kl'-iMdas thoro'a, i;
Times that if the people declared, in week hUnmother ' iH possible in u two week's ('ourse.
a public meeting, that it was their K<1 ^ ' Special atienlion will be given to
wifib that such a franchiee he granted Mr. A Faton in building a house for Hchool management, theory and prat-
Mr. Turner, the public vvisl.es would ,'orb-tt "* 1,'"r '^.i^'^X'couniy^and^periia.is
be immediately acceded to. There Mrs. l-.d Dav is ""'H"u^vo uliM w'ok ritv, examination wi.l'occur or. tne
will be a meeting of the council hat- Jon clnldr^n, w 11 1.'„l>® iH,t two days of the normal.
urday win n further and immediate , foira three'Keeliire"11^88 The ,.ouuty board of examiners will
action will be taken in the premises, m Ihitii i (ountj. Kansa.. glv# apeolal weight to work and at-
V"o II f Perry Knrami'iiwnt *■.. «lvrr>- i Tbw is a very important matter and Mr. Jaoob Blllthman la quite btuay tendance I th< normal, In grai
1, Ok.'. t'*ery TuMll eveniriK at | the offer of Mr. Turner is one that cutting Ins eurn up tins week. certificates. Ever} person \\ii'i ex-
r«j «t o'rtJ JfHo*' JjfJJ,-Iotr,1.' should receive prompt and favorable Mr. Ilenry Spencer and Ike Cades pccts to teach in t'lii county should
aschi srecordlallj *'inan vrlb^ ' I 0 insideiation at the liandsof the peo- ar« making hay for Aaron Cades. be present from the first to the lust
_ ' | pie of this city. The offer he makes Mf Jobn Fairohild has a good well day.
T^STlir.K f/vl*' NO. *. l>aiiKliH-r <itKri carries with it every advantage ana wttter w|,ieU helps out in his in I t nr.-.
h i'l'kaii, i " '' ^: to'.'^ni 'iii';!* \msuots ' relieves the municipality of all re- coniiderably. Uotorea will be given by the p
i.'s:,1;::. rSsjscsa.-. r «
books. A course of study will be
furnished each teacher. Carefully I
•n v examine the program and select your
(i rand ma aud Grandpa Davis, from course of work. All nocessary sub-
J ... . . ..1 fllrln mnili n •« nnrl fatllPP flf JeCtA Will be tUUj^ht
Expk.n-i.^. Tuition fl.oo.
Board 83.00 to -4.00.
C Ht., Uet. 5th and f t h, Perry.
EVERY CIGAR MADE.
'i- Finest Stock at Lowest Prices.
\\«- i nn HUp|>ly n ull Cleur IliivanH Smoke. I f t li«**«* ari I arU, Hint tlu-y •«■
Why not Patronize a Home Institution.
VISIT OUR FACTORY.
A ^1 tonn". ^nyjoVto^U 'shares in was
. *Y i.uii on ii strci't All ! th« nlnnt in niir citizens. \N hate
r** r<>iniiitr fijiuniu*"' iii i."i ■
third Wednesday■ at Iiall on I> street
in good §u ,n
u K. w. M
KSJ1 tVn<linK rordlaUr invltml.
" ™ m nr. k.Taylor. Her. j.
intl lorm a company, ur iu nc-ii nutum ... - ■
All ; the plant to our citizens. Whatever mutton and beef.
Kof IV —I'erry U Ue. No
meetn every Moiiil^ay nlslit at
1 \ llir-T-ir. « • ■ • ; — '
11 vl.ltlna Kntnlits w.leoiiie
W . K. 11 How >
. ot It. an«l H.
K. of 1
his intention, he haa capital to mak«
his enterprise a success and it is to be
hoped t hat ev< rj aesistanc< that can
Tom and Jerry Bilderback was mak-
ing the corn knife fly this week
h ist •• (>i >e) led.
New Table Service. Newly Furnished Rooms.
, A meeting will be held tonight at
i the city hall to listen to the proposi-
U b.c. and j of a. loral union Notttt, tion ot Mr. Turner as presented by
9 I'erry. oklahoma, meet* every iri- and the nu
day *veoln>r at 7 M) p m. at the ( ity Hall.
VMltlna brothers always welcome w .
Vanderpool, secretary, ( . ^ . Prlnre, I res-
hoped that every assistance mat tan (Jrandina aud (.randpa Davis, from
be given him by the business men Edmond, Okla., mother and father of
will be rendered. Mrs. Lincoln Davis, have moved up to
make their home with her
R. R. TALLEY,
Terry, 0. T.
iXttne and get acquainted at the
Preebyterian social tomorrow even-
ing, at corner of Seventh and E Sts.
, Will Foishier and Mr. Wray are
tion of Mr. turner as presented In down fll „!,! oklahoma on bUHiness.
himself and the matter will lie opened
to discussion by the people. , Mr. (lotlobh Scl afer, wife and baby
i has arrived from Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Compton had a
good trade at their store Saturday.
Valley Springs Sunday school was, ... ,— —
Thr CuudHI < limni.fr I. AkmIh Killed Willi largely attended Sunday. Pupils are office after tli'S date will be done C.
the Feopl* nf I'.rry Hut Tlipy l ook inc reasing as well as much interest
being taken. Everybody come out.
In Vain for a Majority of
The Only First-Class Hotel in Perry.
D Street, Near Northeast Corner of Square.
Wanted—A situation as drug clerk
by an eiperipnce pharmacist. Ad-
drew Henry C. Wilkes, l.arned, Kas.
Guthrie Steam Laundry has an office
at Guarnett's drug store. b-l-Bt
Get your ice of Smith.
Want to exchange, a pair of choice
Aug. Gth, I894-.
All job work done at THE flMES
O. D. Tins applies to all customers.
i i. .j
tmr at Wellington h *rt' The
>uh Wallupa the WelllnKton'n lit
Fine Style—Score A lo 0.
if the boys got scooped at Winfield
A number of eouncilinen mot last
night for the purpose of doing busi-
ness; the same members who were
on hand the night before and ready
for work if a quorum could be had.
The mavor was there as usual and
Want to exenanee, a puir ui nrni-. i ««> "■ ..
tot* at Guthrie for some business at anxious for business, a.- wan th* presi- they sn..\veil the mctae tlicy w. re
Perry. Address i'. i . box «W, I'erry. |d.nt 0f the oouncU, Blley, together made of at Wellington where they
' . . , , , i, . i, i. ii..,.,, Dandled the ntne ol tom plaoe In a
LosT-Gents gold watch, open face, with Levy Wallerstedt Brady , ertz u() p I(j tlll. que,.„s lHS(„
Return to E. P. Perry and receive re- and probably al of the rest lould ( witn-.^ed the con-
ward. . have been there if they so desired test i.'. * I the g.ime th e the Perry Fa-
For Rest -Suite office rooms over "h°e LTiul^i'ii view'of the important Uung* Ranie' ""..f ' baU ''ever
the postoffice. Inquire of II. R. propositions that arc ready to be laid 1(ULl| jM thllt t.lly an(1 ,i„. Wav the
before this honoiable body. Famous went into it surprised the
The proposition regarding the el c |,n, jtonians. it is reporled that
trie lights should recede immediate ,1(),„.y euangca hands,
attention. "It is very seldom that wju , nv„ more uam, 8 at
capital comes voluntarily knock ng Welll|^,t0I1 wlu.n tlipv Ul!. g0 to
at one's door to do one a substantia w,(,|nt , uh(,re " VPill meet a
favor," said a councilman last nitht s, ,atierv. hut li. vis thinks ho
to the scribe, "and here we have it cull „°t aw:lv vvith it. i;vans is ulay-
banging at our doors ill the person of in ^ BO„,| ,t,rm :,nU the ueys have
Mr. Turner and no one will °Iin the great• st confidence in tho future,
gate to let him m Wo may have a i «BV tiiev' have lost th '
man hanging at the door some fine ., lul i;,sm ,
day to give us a system of waterworks u.„e"dav was Weilln
erected on his own capital. Will we iWrvF-iuners 6
keep him out too? This lack of a ton 1 crrj t aiuiers
quorum is shame.'ul," he concludcd, j ,
.. , - • WELSH SUPERSTITION.
Banks i Wade funeral directors
and emhalmers. east side square. No
charge for hearse.
Ladies wishing first-class dress-
making, call on Mrs. W. A. Parker,
Agricola hotel. Satisfaction guaran-
First class laundry work, office at
(iarnett's drug store. 8-l-6t
If you want a cook, a waiter, a
nurse or in fact help of any kind leave
vour order with Ida Smith.
If you want any collections made
leave vour accounts with Ida Smith.
collecting agency, over Richardson's
Laundry office at Garnett's drug
■•tore. „ 8_1'6t
Parks' Tea clears the complex.on.
Mrs. N. Meyette, of Le Roy, N. Y.,
■ays: "I have used Parks' Tea and
And It the best remedy I have ever
Uied. Sold by Perry Drug Co.
Auction sale tomorrow at the Bine
Star eating house. Everything goes
to the highest bidder. SaJe commen-
ces at 9:30 a. m.
A cup of Parks' Tea at night moves
the bowels in the morning without
pain or discomfort. It is a great
health giver and blood purifier. Sold
by the Perry Drng Co.
Mise Nettie Blue, the accomplished
daughter of Captain Blue, has recov-
ered from her recent illnct-s and is
now to the joy of her many friends
enjoying excellent health.
Rueli Bro ., bakers, have moved to
the corner of O and Seventh. Here
these excellent bakers have larger
accommodations and will do a far
Hanson & Nims, whose lumber yard
was raided, made the Kueb brothers
a handsome present for discovering
the horse tnief, Ortz, at his opera-
tions Wednesday ntght when ho was
arrested by Officer Plunkett, who re-
ceived hii information from the Rueb
brothers. They well deserved it.
The ladies of the M. E. chu'-ch will
give an Ice cream social Friday even-
ing. August 10th, at the corner of
. < r* 2m Ilia TInn f til
Mrs Gabb, liostass—Your lutie
son doe-* not seem to have much ap-
I Mrs. Gadd—No: he's quite delicate.
! Mrs. (iabb—Can't you think of
anything you'd like, inv little man 1
I Little Man—No'in. You h c. mam
made rao eat a hull lot bo fore wo
started so I wouldn't make a pig of
my so If.
A bankrupt I mplrn.
i In 1*11 the Austrian empire was
! bankrupted and ••converted" its
notes, th" holders receiving one lor
five Five years later the new n« t-;s
fell in value and wore a-jaiti con*
verted'," the holders getting two
new notes for seven old ones.
The Kentucky Liquor Co,
IS IN ITS NEW GUARTERS.
The Purest Liquors and Best Cigars. The most Expert Bartender and the
Coolest, Quietest and Best Place in the City.
KxiIuhIvo agency for Tony Faust's Lager Beer.
Family - Liquors - a - Specialty
J. LEON, Manager
Southwest Cor. 7th and D Sts., Perry, Okla.
I've a secret In ray heart
Sweet M \ —
a tf.le i tvor ' «mpart.
If you d •
•*•••! ,'p'rer be
:i \ • • < u se Park -' Ti a
ove iit'in you w. i see.
ft Mai e.
—sold by Perry Drug ( o
and walked off in disgust.
I'uriiHTi itn«l Others !• roin tin
Arrested fur l>d«lllng ti
Truck. — The Arrest
Pitchfork 1'lungcd Into the
Corpse of the Supposed Witch.
j .\n old woman in a village near
Salsburg recently died, bays the Car-
diff Mail. Her death gave great
i satisfaction to the other villagers,
! for she was looked upon as a witch
| and feared accordingly. After tho
1 funeral several of the chief inhabi-
A number of arrests have been tants repaired to the wirthschaft
made within the last two days that to celebrate suitably the relief ex-
have caused considerable commotion, icriencedut gottin* this dangerous
nthnM ivhn hflvn rnmc person safely underground but while
Farmers and others who have come 1^ we,,0 * (ll,illkiu, llk.a,a,„|v in
caino a messenger to say that tho
cow of ono o[ those present, a neifih-
> las'" Tmc The best salve in the world for cuts,
ii aSi gi bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum fe-
ver sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup-
tion, and positiv ely cui-es piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perlect satisfaction or money re-
funded. Price 25 cents per box, lor
sale by J. M. Remington.
I ^iHt Kv.nt oit >ii!.K — A first-clas> Imslnes
house ceiitrully loeatedin ti:
A complete line of Blanks to conform to the latest Oklahoma
laws at as reasonable rates and as neatly executed as can he found in
the country. Don't send away from home for your work until you
have seen samples of our work and we have given you prices.
to the city have without license en-
gaged in peddling garden truck upon
the streets of the city; this, it is
claimed, does great injury to the
merchants of Perry who sell similar
goods, and who cannot, owing to high
rents and other general expenses,
compete with the peddlers trom the
JDne of our most prominent grocery
men was the principal complainant in
bor of tho deceased, had suddenly
died without apparent cause. Tho
meeting, horror-stricken, adjourned
in a b >dy to examine the cow, and
unanimously a^ree.l that tho animal
had been bewitched; No doubts
were cnteitained as to the perpe-
trator of th>j deed. kvidently
men was the principal compiainani in iraior oi uw ueeu. r.> .uuinj
most of the cases which will he heard bur. lug was not enough to stop
today and he is decidedly in favor of dangerous old lady* aiid
prosecuting all persons, whoever I — i.„. ,i.„; ..f,.... nurnnwt rliciMK-
they may be, who come to this citx
and" sell any elass of goods without
taking out a license. Indeed ho claims
that under no circumstances should
111K. AU^UBI/ —V
Ninth and D streets in the Beatty
building A musical entertainment
will be given in commencement. Let
everybody come and have a good
time if they cannot eat croain.
Parks'Cough Syrup cures coughs,
colds and consumption. Mrs. Cather-
ine Black, of Le Roy, N. Y., says: "1
took one 1 — ""
my cough and 1 am periecv.y wc.,
now." Sold by Perry Drag Co. Inotmng
these people come in and interfere,
license or no license, with the mer-
chants of Perry who pay high rents
and are materially interested in its
growth and prosperity.
The matter has assumed such im-
portance that it ".'ill be made a sub-
ject for the consideration of the
Those who have used Dr. King's
New Discovery know its value, and
those who have not, have now the
opportunity to try it free. Call on the
advertised druggist and get a trial
bottle tree. Send your name and ad-
dress to U.K. Huvklen &i'o., (|bn •
^o, and g« t a sample box "t Dr. Kim
Sew Life pills free, as wt !l as a
it was dec (led, after earnest discus-
sion, to adopt the old plan of mak-
ing the horse jump ove.* the witch's
grave, and thus put an end to her
powers. A horse was a .'cordingly
fetched, but, strange to say, nothing
would induce him to jump over tho
grave. This incontestible proof of
the unholy influence emanating from
tho spot caused the public- excite-
ment to increase. Tho mayor of the
villago decidcd to use a somewhat iin..i.. c..-.our«
drastic means, much in favor in the i K n"r'Xrv
.Tf Mulhall. <•' '<« l opening f->r tlrviu' stm-l.*.
Kor particulars address Win. strunk,.Mul-
hall, <>. T.
(First pub. in wekklt Times July Soth, 18&4]
Tkiikitory OF OKL\UOMA, /
County of P. \
J. Kltt, Defendant
Injustice Court, Perry township. Terri-
tory of oklahoma, < 'ounty oi P, N. l> Cone,
Wiieheas. before N. D. Cone, nbove
, named Jus.Ice o: the Peace, C. W. Kerns
above uuutt'd j mint itT. liav ng sued c. J
'Kilt, ai>.">\e defendant, :or tho sum of
11 wfiity -rive do lars bmance due on a-'count
and has luttl 1-^ued an attachment against
said Kltt and has seized ••!! - ie certain
; house tne property of said Iv'tt, and
| WiiEitK vs. said Delendant Kltt Is shown
to be a no resident oi the t ?rritory, he the
said*', l. Kltt Is hereby not Irted tliat said
cause Is s 'i for the 27th day >i Aajfust, pi i.
j at no'clock a. in., tu my oUlce lu the city oi
i I'erry, -.iUl county, when and when" li said
! defendant does not appearand answer or
i demur cause will proceed as if he had been
du'j served with summons.
I witness my official signature this tlK'JiUh
.lay of Jul}-, ls'.M.
x. ti Cum:.
Jusllce of the Pence I' ( ounty,
| First pub. in wt i.ki.y Times July Wth, lv 4|
Terkitobt or Oklahoma, i
P. County. i
in Probate Court. "
Notice Is,hereby given that, on the lath
day of Jti'y, A. l . iv.u, «>. t,. Palmer an
Hied in the-Probate Court of the
middle ages, viz., to stab the witch'
body with a redhot pitchfork. Tho
body was exhumed, the fork heated,
and tho whole ceremony carried out.
By tho timo tho company had iin«
ished their work and gone back to
refresh themselves at tho wirths-
chaft, the authorities of tho town
had heard what was going on. A
k^fLe Roy N Y nays: "1; ^S° !• i party of mounted police wore sent to
m' bottle o'f Park'.' Cough of Guide to Heal th fhe iilliffo. and .11 those who had
It acted like magic Stopped ^rUdCto^o^you good and cost you been concerned in the affair were
gb and I am perfectly well j ^1q2 j
Remington tlruifgist | takeu into custody.
outers 11 ieti in nu- rrouuu « <miii im 111 ■
county of P and Territory of oklahoma, a
i petition praying for betters oi Administra-
tion to be Issued to O. u. Palmer upon the
•estate of Ira McCollou^h deceased, late of
the county of P, territory oi ok'ahoma.
And pursuant to an order of sahl Probate
Court. Friday the 17th day of August, v. i .
sid. at the lu.ur of 10 o'clock a. in. of sahl
day, that being a day of the regular Jtt!y
term, A. D. l«d of said Probate coi'rc, has
been appointed as the time for hearing said
ni plltailon, when and where any person
'merested may contest said petition by fli-
ng written opposition thereto on tne
round of incompetency of the app 'can'.
,i.a• may assert his own right - to the a<iuiin
-, ain.n and pray that betters be Issued to
i hltrse /.
I .aess James 11. Dlggs, Judge ot the
probate court of the county of P, and the
seal oi the court affixed, the 21tli day of
July. A D 1994.
Isfal] James b. Dioos,
j . W. Quick, Attorney. Probate Judge.
Lithographed Letter llcads,
Sii lit Draits,
A ND ALL OTHSR SUPPLIES FOR BANKERS,
Wo guarantee our work to be equal to any
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Greer, Bert R. The Perry Daily Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 276, Ed. 1 Friday, August 10, 1894, newspaper, August 10, 1894; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116491/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.