Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 1913 Page: 2 of 4
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V. C. WELCH, Edt. A Pub,
Now that the legislative hall* at
the state capital have been lliori ugh
ly fumigated we trust our law niak
era, having a clear bill of health
will be able to sufficiently expedite
business that they will be homewlth
,. , .. Business that they will be homewlth
under the set of congress of M arch celebrating our na
3, 187 . i tional day of ludependance. We
Could also me a few of them during
Subscription p*ice J1.00 per .war.
Advertising rates made known on
Thursday, April 17,1913
j The poor fanner would be in his
| glory now if it were not for the fact
I 'hat '>« like everyoue else njust
| getlier ou the income tax. With fat
— cuttle at $7 00 per hundred, hogs at
Official Paper of Noble County i"2?. f"r." ,elll".K at 58 cents per
L0UI"y '"'"''el it looks as though the wolf
— — j -till lie kept I rum the d.mr for
And still the fish refuse to bite ac tlme c°me, unless the legis
Inline should determine to continue
'in session indefinitely. If they
- bite ac
irding to reports of nur fisherman.
A Georgia man lias been appoint- J*'1""'1' 80 coi>clu(io tiiere is no way
ed as head of the census bureau to lo ma" or angels whereby
succeed D. Dana Durand I ®y CH" be callBd " •
Wilbon has been president of
tl>e.e United Slate, for exactly six
Weeks and Mexican bullets are still
finding their way across the river
greatly to the discomfort of citizens
- ">e United States. Some of out
I'uIha law uiakets are vieing with ' 'le,,locrj4l'° 'riends who have been
the health department in an effort I '")wli"K f"r w«r for months seemed
to clean up that city. Keceutly I,lave c°ucluded with the president
•eveuty-oiie Indictments have been I l*"ini18 Predloessor that war juit al
found against law violations by tbe i. U,ne raBS 8 ranch trouble and
grand jury and the end is not yet. | 8 °f "fe as we" ns Property. In
. _ ... | l,l,'Ke undertakings the wise man is
One thing Is certain about the ' 8ct a,|d 'he president is wise
presideut reading his own message ','8 <l,iy it seems
to congress lie has the assurance J
that it has bepn attentively listened'
to by the very people for whom it I
Hot si. cleauiug days are here tho,
most satisfying season of the year
<o the women folks and tnost unen i
Joy able for the male.
their intellect to any great depth
not lime alone will tell
Three to Hear Oil Case.
I I'hree federal judges will sit to
"le aPP"ca'Ion for an Injunc
'Ion against the enforcement of the
|<'arr Oil Pipeline comuion carrier
... .. I bill passed by the nresent i
I IIK Pawhuska Capital has chang ture. Tho hearing will take o
ed hands, Vein Whiliug withdraw- J April 20 and he nrnshi i *
(,|,arh H It. Peters assuming Federal Judges Col tereli' amTcai
;",C"",;n: always bell of Oklahoma and Sa hun of
11 1 rantankeious and the federal circuit com i ,i
just what success lie will make of it of St. Louis Mo ' ",,,'9U'S
in running h itepublicuu paper ro-l ' '
b„" ™ rjm 2
. , trlct court the
report 'ibout Senator Core week.
being in bad with some Oklahoma
PROFITABLE DAILY TITHINCL
"man in Washington must be tak
en with some degree of allowance.
Tile parlies who accused hlui do not I ..n ,
■eetii to have but few if anv follow1 ti.i. ,, , , "v#nl)' m"n "
Mig about the mil al <• .pit',,1 while ll"Vin" tlle 'aT«m
> " 11 «'i Mack bo (be most helpful
■Iiatling scheme, pure-ami simple. j It Christinas allow il,e rush an.)
. " , i crush of seitlsii nmbltlon to deprive
<>N|.. Of lie best and most salisfac 1 them of their dnliv portion of heave,,
loiy Indications we have Aeon for 'ood, they must not be surprised If
years thai Perry is ou tho up-hill | ""V Br<nv «Plrlluiilly lenner day b.r
grade again is Hie fact thai our peo I a,Kl lf P''"<e of fin,]
I'le, one and all are getting together! fC® ,hl'lr hpnrls '° 'he discontent
on every proposition that makes for ! ,Krowln« ,n 'he world, not
'he betterment and iipbull linir of ^.1, ta,ldln« the multiplication of our
lit matters will result in much good Prhite quotations for every dnv In the
on' moral as well as financial X®"- Surely the little tithe'of time
standpoint. I.ot tiie present idbii fln"' RPpr>' In partaking of Its morsels
of harmony and unity continue and heavenly counsel cannot full to
the results obtained for the next six Pr°,flt a" w,m P!,r,nk®- It Is published
months alone will surprise us all. i K°od-not for profit.
~ j Your Friends' Birth Dates.
With the finest city park ill the ' autograph and birthday record
entire stute, a country club that thl" llooli '* « Krent'conveni
Would be a credit to a city of 50 000 nr^M ''p°site each (la3" of tile yeai
or all kinds of crops that we have they occur. This makes the book more
had in many years, the best class of Ta|unble yenrlj. in ton years you
citizenship on earth and men loose would no' H''" " for ten dollars.
in all portions of our county secur- 'iesl(]™ " has a place for Birth Rec.
jug eases for the purpose of develop ° ^ Marrl"Se Records and Heath Rec
tug o I ami gas what more could our dn/of'Vhe « of ",b'P H,lowlnK 'he
people ask for In the way of comfort hundred and Bfty ve.,arsn>' "U,e °D'
liappiiiess and prosperity? But we rr)nted ou bom1'wrltjnR pappr
UlHt eve" ""tier these most clo'h, handsome. Price, 35 cents post
—"U'wuiv, i nee, oD cents Dost-
favorable conditions some will be Pald: Imitation alligator skin cold
inclined to find but fortunately they postpaid. Ordpr now Bl-
are sadiy it, the minority. £Ie and Tract Society, IT Uicks StreeL
■ * Brooklyn, X Y.
Mrs. R rSp„inder ^e, treatment of tw0 doctors," writes
m ■ • K- L. I hilltps, of Indian Valley Va "and theo
nounce, my case a mry slubbm ■ w™dJ<r ^
ZutcLTno'ib,e 10 si' —'
womanly system, building ud wbmanlv sirpmnh ♦
■grn m- - ''° ^r,he zs, °s:
■Cardui I,as been in successful use for more than 50 yeare
Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit theJ
received from it Try it for your troubles. Beyin today
Z%if^kL^Advi^ " louay-
making friends with mammon.
OeiMie S3: MS—April aft
IlL?,**'1 T ""WVr. IttJer-krorHd,
rLJUi "'ker- "* God "
forgave you."-KvheHan, ( J. t
■ N a previous lesson we aaw thai
I Jacob left his earthly Inberitanct
■A, to Gaau, claiming only the great
Abrahsmic Promise. That Prom-
Ise wrs In respect to tbe future, and
was purely of faith. All Jacob', cours.
In lire was governed by that Promise
If the Seed of Blessing was to coin#
through him, then be must have chil-
dren Hence he married and reared
as Identified with
himself hi the
Promise His ac-
flocks and herds
was along tbe
years after Jacob
had left home,
he returned, un-
der the Lord's
guidance, with "■'•«>& Prayrd"
his flocks, herds and servants, to the
laud of his father. Naturally, he felt
a timidity respecting Esau, and pray
ed to the I„ord upon the subject, re
minding Him of the Promise, In which
he trusted Then he .ent word to
tsau that he was coming Next ht
prepared a gift of considerable value
for those times—sheep, gonts. camels
'•little au<j asses
This gift represented long years ol
toll on Jacob's part. These earthly
things, however, Jacob valued as notli
ng compared with the great Abraham
c Covenant He could give this good
ly portion of earthly mammon to pur
chase Esau's good will, although he
was under no obligations to his broth
er He had purehased the first-born's
portion, which Included the major po,
" worldly riches. Jacol,
)"<1 ft these In Ksau's hands Tin*
Islter might suspect that Jacob wn«
"lining to claim Ids Inheritance
Hud Jacob laid no claim to the es
tate Esau would have Judged Itttn ac
cording to his own standards, and mis
trusted that at an opportune moment
Jacob would attack him. Thus a feud
would have been established between
' two families This would have
interfered with Jacob's hopes In con
neetion with the Covenant
Jacob Insisted upon Ksau's accept
atlee of the present. It would stand
an a pledge of good faith between
them Esau would all the more will
Ingl.v see Jacob'* prosperity; for he
realized that he had gotten the bettei
Of Ills brother, first hy getting the pat
nmoiiy. nn<l secondly, by receiving ro
rich s present. Evidently Jacob's
course was wise. He still had plenty
stid Uod could give him more His
chief concern would he the Abraham!.
Promise, the fulfilment of which lay
hejond the present life.
Ths Lesson of Generosity.
One lesson which we ss Christian*-
may draw from Jacob's course Is that
of generosity toward the world-those
Who have no Interest In Heavenly
promises As Jacob was willing ti
set aside all earthly rights and prlvi
leges In favor of the Abrnhamlc Prom
ise. so the Spiritual Heirs should d
As Jacob left his father's house,
leaving all to his brother without con
tention, trusting only to the Heavcnh
Promise, so must we Spiritual Israei
lies forsake all earthly hopes, to obtaii
Joint heirship with Christ In the Mes
slanic Kingdom As Jacob gladly gav.
presents to Esau for the sake of peace
In carrying out God'P arraugeinents
under this Promise, so we as Chris
tians should willingly give to our part
ners In life, our neighbors, friends and
brethren, the larger share of earth'!
good things, if thereby we may for
ward the Lord's Cause in connection
with the Abrnhamlc Promise, in which
Mankind have their hearts set upo,
earthly good things—they know noth
ing higher Christians, on the contra
T, appreciate Heavenly things, es
teeming earthly things as unworthy of
comparison. We, like St Paul, esteem
all earthly things but loss and dros
that we may win Christ that we uia
win jolnt-heirsliip with .fesus In th<
great blessing of (Jod by becoming
members of the Spiritual Seed of Alira
ham. that we may participate In the
glorious work of blessing all the faml
lies of the earth
Finally, Our Golden Text.
Our Golden Text seems at first not
MVIKINU closely related t<
• THE REREL DOOMED
Two EusqilBs 6Ivm Us In Hit
Past. Says Pistor Russell.
Precept |lluitr«t«d by Example—God't I
Greet Leetene For Men and For An-
••'•—••ten and Christ—The Greet I
Rebel and Hie Failure—God'e Loyal j
•en end Hie Victory—Roth Are Held!
Up to Us For Examplee—One Plc-
turee What God Hates,- tho Other
Pictures What God Approvee—The
Penalty Upon the One Illustrates
God's Previeion For All of His Die-1
position—Tho Reward of the Other
llluatretes God's Love and Blssaing
Toward All the Followore of Jesus.
Toledo, Ohio, I
April 13. — Pastor
Russell Is here to- [
Bible students. I
We report one oil
from the text:)
"H u m bIe your [
under the mighty I
hand of Cod, thai
He may exalt you I
In due time."—1
the lesson. Nev
ertheiess. there 1>
a relationship It
Is this: \V line vet
cultivates t h
spirit of generosl
■( ty and benevo-
lence toward oth
ers In the inter
ests of the Lord '
Cause will there
by make charac
ter. Generosity In
I dealing with our
| enemies and with the world will grad
usily make us more generous with all
-especially with the Lord't family, to
which our text refer*
The Church of thla Gospel is in ' rt?h ?*' J"' hp " ^ «'
. School of Christ, to be prepared for vine !ner^ 'J^ ""T ni
am IB in
th# School of Christ, to be prepared for
Jvlne service, in awoclaMon witfc the
Redeemer !a H!« Messianic
Tbe lessons la Bcfcool are-the
Braces of the SpLlt. To whatever ex
Wst We a*Uio theeo! grtHk. to tttat ex
tC3t VP fthiaII h-*
a rtci u.q.
The Pastor declared that the Blbl(
everywhere holds up the Lord Jesus
Christ ns the glorious Pattern of what
Is most pleasing to the Heavenly Fa
ther. to lie copied by all desiring God's
favor. He reminded bis hearers that
certain steps are necessary before any
can come Into that favor, and properly
be called God's children. Both our
Lord and His Apostles make this point
Sery few have God's favor at the
present time, said the Pastor. In God's
due time, however, all shall be brought
to a knowledge of Messiah, and prlvi
leged through Him to enjoy everlast
ing life But what Is coming and what
is here are two different things. No
one has authority to make the Narrow
Way a Broad Way, or to say that
many will And it. when the Scriptures
declare, "Few there be that flud It"
The Pastor showed clearly that his
text related only to the consecrated
few who, during this Age. heard and
accepted the Invitation to become foot
step followers of Jesug, These hRve
their sins forgiven ns a result of faith
In the precious blood of Christ, and of
consecration to do God's will These
have Hie Redeemer as their Advocate
To These Our Text Applies.
These are exhorted to come boldly ti
the Throne of Heavenly Grace to ob
tain mercy and to find grace to'help In
every time of need These may know
that their prayers are always heard
The exhortations of the Apostles are
to these alone-not to the world.
In our context, the Apostle holds up
the Lord Jesus ns the great Pattern
of humility. St. Paul tells us that our
Lord was rich, yet In obedience to (lis
Fathers will He laid aside His riches
I and became poor He divested Him
self of His spirit conditions and took
instead human conditions.
From being above angels. He will
ingly took a nature and place "a little
lower than angels." ne did this, know
Ing that It was only a preliminary step
and that others of self denial and snf
ferlng would follow. A man-Adnm-
had sinned, aud had involved a race In
his death sentence. Only an uncon
demned man could redeem him. It
was for this purpose that Jesus left
His glory, and waa "found In fashion
as a man." He was boly, harmless
nndeflled. Otherwise, he could not
have been the Redeemer.
At thirty years of age. our Lord went
forth, declaring the Message which
He knew would be^ misunderstood ,h<
Message that He was the Sin Offering
and that as the result of His sacrifice,
the Millennial Kingdom would come
which would bless all the families of
tho earth The Jews were not ready
for that Message. As the Scriptures
foretold, they crucified Hlm-lgnorant
ly—1 Oorlnthlnns 2:8.
Tho Rewards of Humility and Loyalty
According to St. Paul, the Father set
before our Lord a Joy as a reward fo,
His sacrifice. The details of that Jov
we may Infer to be: (1, The Joy of the
father s smile of approval. (2) The Jov
of bringing many sons to glory. (3i
The Joy of restoring msnklnd to their
original perfection (4) The Joy of an
exaltation to n still higher station than
His former one See Hebrews 12:1-3
Since Ills exaltation, our Redeemer
awaits the glorious time when all foe-
of righteousness shall be brought low
and righteousness exalted. But first
must come the completion of the
Church of Christ. Then will follow the
blessing of all mankind
Satan'e Course In Contrast,
Notice the contrast between Satan's
course and our Lord's. Instead nf
humbling himself and wllllnglv doltiji
what was pleasing to Ood. Satan took
the opposite course. He was proud
bsugbty. and sought to exalt hlm-eir
Lndfer was rich ln-fore he be-sme s«
tan. file Adversary ?et he wa« n..t an
That's the kind of talk that
wins. It wins for the other fellow
and it will win for you. When
Type Talk is backed up with the
goods and a square deal the result
A circus man will send his
last red cent to the advance car
ahead of the show and say "spend
it for Type Talk." The circus man
knows it brings the people and the
people bring the money.
Don t think the people pass
up the ads; they read em; looking
\y/l ar?a^ns an<^ places to save.
When times are hard they look the
harder. Do they see your ad?
The mail order man spends thou-
sa.I?1. ^or tvpe talk and receives
millions. Don't blame the man
who sends his money away from
home, the mail order man let him
know of the bargain he had.
Type Talk reaches hundreds
where the sign on the widow card
We sell the thing that increases
Our circulation reaches the
people you are after and they are
waiting to hear from you.
How about it?
churches I COMING TO PERRY!
Witt beat St. Louis Hotel on
Thursday, May I, 1913
Preaching by the pastor ue*t Sun «...
e. THE united doctors
St. Clair, supt.
Westminster league 6:30 p. m.
The public Is cordially invited to
all these services.
S. H. Pakvin Pastor
methodist episcopal church
Sunday School 9:45 a. in. J. \y.
Preaching both moruiug aud even
I"I? by the pastor.
Class meeting at 12 a. m. (
Epworth League 6:30,f>. til. O. H
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. prayer meet
Choir practice Thursday evening
at 7:30, Fred Mugler, chorister.
A cordial welcome is extended to
ail who desire to attend these set-
F. I. Poage, Pastor.
The Rsguisr ,n(| Reliable Specialist.
Who Will Visit Your CUy Rm„.
larly On# Day Each Month
undHrt.'t, p"m n<,nt|y the case, they
hom. ,1. ,end ,h" Incurabf
1 ful taking a fee from the*
•U Am^yH?CC88,ful BP«cl* t in
■u OBronlc diseases, proven by ths
m. e. church south,
Services every Sunday.
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even-
ing at 7:30.
A cordial welcome is extended
Isaac W. Armstrong, Pastor.
Suuday School <J:45 a. m.
Junior Endeavor—3 p. m,
The public I* cordially'invited to
attend these services.
vine energy operated In the rre;itl.,u.
Mark well the course of pt lrl" whlclj
led to sin. and will ultlmareh Md t0
Satan's deetrurrton Mark well th*
•ouree of Jesus. whi,-h led through hit-
to |fae highest glory «'h|, t, es
tot we VhTtr ex °^ty to highest gl<
* ElaMal t0r ' •hal1 fo ow? wtml folk It
* *# SUMMON - would be *> permit pride to „ .
*■: ic* it) our neortm
CHRISTIAN SCIKNCK CHUJtCH
Sunday Schcol 10 a. m,
Servlc* Sunday 11:00 a. m
All are cordially welcome.
Sunday|School|9:4S. a. „
B'Y. p.P. 6:30 p. m.
Fr«ik honMBtde umt ki*0t «t
Wckwia, 4 Sn'i, pktM II,
f?|D k c.ur«V*ffecfed In chronic <•«,«,
*hich had baffled the skill of all <,r'
"nary physicians will be at ths
and win ?h,Pn bp'OW' (on,> ,lav on'>')
Their I ? ,once evRr>' 28 flays
uJJiv hospital experience and ex-
tensive practice has made them so
CM. ?d ,'hRt t,hey c" rui ff
Treat! 'V f"W ""Inutos.
Nose ThrL? ,r Ci'R"H of Catarrh,
Eye and P«r a, "" u Diseases,
r.je and Ksr, Stomach. Uver and KIH
Neuralgia V<N Rheuma l<"n- Paralysis,"
neuralgia. Nervous and Heart DIs
Bright, Disease and Consumption In
«aae* whjflh wf!,KP'rfeC^<i iTl "'J
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