Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 9, 1913 Page: 1 of 4
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\OHLK COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. Ot'T( >*' ''
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAl'Klt
Laws of 1914
Mortgage Tax ol 50 tent. For Mrs RcuUr Granted New Trial.
Fill. $10® For Period .1 Fi,.|
uw. FO, 1913. i w-M.
conviction brought 1" solely to the
PRIZES FOR SCHOOL
ESSAYS ON GOOD ROADS
Mauthe Barber Shop Burni
The following is a copy of sections
four anil eight °f chapter -^>
•too l.aw s 1014 of Hi" new mortgag
Uw, brought to the World by Louie
° Section 4. A t * "f flfty "I"'"
(50e) for each one hundred dolli r
(I1U0.00) and each remalnlnK mBJ''
fraction thereof, where such inoi
Kage is for live years or more, an
thirty cent* (30c) for oacli one linn
J. .. nil Hill o,iiere such
masterful closing address of I
en,or Pat Malloy. Judge Hen
Hudson of the district court of
Washington county, Wednesday or
derud that the finding ol lbe lar> b
set aside and that the defendant he
Rive... trial. Mr.. Renter'w. s
adjudged "guilty" of cQniplMty in
f her husbaud, Charles
About M:30 Monday evening «re>
WB. discovered in ll.e Muuthe barber
shop on tbe south side Ki.d the lire
The U. tf. department of agricul del inside tbe
ture otters prizes of a *",dh™2t «h''P which was all in flames and
and two silver medals, for the, ^ ^ ^ ,.xtlll,,m„h
essays on the subject: The Ret , ^ ^ ^ d
and Keeping up "f Karth R< ad • | lfl f(|Ct lhlit those earlv on
','he essays are to he wr ti n ^ j ^ ^ UlBre was an ex
children from teu to flfte * '| ell|,fir ol coal oil or Kasoline
actually living on farms and attend , (hen ulll,ost
ing school. They must not contain , ^^trol. (.nnl„uts
more than eight hundred word,,j und« ^ Rl„lOBt tt t.,tal loss
writing on one side of the pap , I ,)Ul ,110 lo((8 0n the building, belong
Get information wl.ereever vo e .in | (,xti; isl..-.l all the lights and
but do not use the words of . ^ |((( flre lbl) llouso
two will receive silver'
Several Hundred Thousand Dol-
T'^Beuter'last'Friday" and life imUe next
ch one bun prIsoiunent in t|,y|"'®nPXhine..tr> '""rhnessttv should be addressed to
dred dollars (1100.00) where such Jl^wer.- powerless to committee on Children's Ron.
mortgage ti for laaa than #ve Cou" • -
.. . VMlirH. fcllH
mortgage Ior IW8W / | checl
and not more 11,4,1 ll'r*" \7iai.'three sued
when the same is lor less ti
years, twenty (20c) for each one J.u
ii itti.il no. of tin* uie.it
hundred dollars (JlUU.uu) I
I ii n " ■ i
demonstration that on
the crowded courtroom
Hudson concluded hi" state
Frantic women stood up on
principal debt or ..l HK s«i ^judge '"when others rush, d for
is, or under any contiug m> ^ I w inside ;he railed enclosure to
be, secured at the date of the execujw.
tion thereof, or at any
Essay Contest office of public roads
department of agriculture, Washing
ton, D. C. in envelope with ly<> cent
.stamp. . '
To get your ideas look at the
,ads and think what kind of road
ASSAULTS A JUSTICE
ifter, by mortgage oil real p.o. > .
situated within the slat'-, '
on or after the first day of J ulv, !."■
hereby imposed on each such
mortgage and shall he collected and
,,aid as provided in this article. H
WWle tba prosecuting officials
w.-Ud issue no definite "'a'«m.nt
it practically was admitted bj .1
Malloy that the case never again
I Will be called for hearing. "I can
the"principal debt or obligation ..I tjot aay ~ IhU «3«? <"
cured by said mortgage recorl,< I , ,if Uie cou.t," he declared
or after the said first day of 1 klll, „f Judge Hudson's
Will Is less than one l.undrec ' " , i-ranting a new t.ial, Mr
S.TC,-5 ""M"a "■•-*■■*•11""'"
Z2ZZ2SS «i ' Po'uble Sck"'Buadin!S,
Section 8. No mortgage of real , The Tuiga World says: Monday
property shall be recorded by ">'I mor.,i..g, for the flr.t time in, th.
register of deeds unless there shall, ,f Tulsa city schools regu
be paid the tax Imposed by and as hl,. cllls8H1< WPre held in a portable
ibis article provided. No mort- j Rchi)(il idea of con
Kage of real prop rty which la a«b| |ng portable school house
KK "H b' lh,T Lccommodat. Tulsa's atudent
ulatlon w is originated by I <>ls
Ohas. R. Smith Is a justice of the
peace in the ■Uoighbo, ing -wo o
Orlando and some lime sine- the.e
roans aim in. ilwasa case tried iu h.s court in
makes it easiest for horses to travel # wil,()W was one I
and the wheels of wagons to 'nv"- htigants. Wesley Hart a friend
Think how had roads can he mads wU|.)W, claimed .hat she did
ood, how they call be worked l" iv„ jllslice at tile bands of
,..p tl.e.,1 from getting bad. Home ill(ormed ti e court
people use a split log drag to smooth ' WIIS son.,
the roads. It Is made bv fastening! a. m^ and be would
the two pieces of a split log logethe. thWL
one behind the other and hitching^ u ^ . uftPr„oo„ Hart decided
to it so that the edges scrape a , 'per time had come for
smooth the surface. What do 5< I • lk„ his statement and
think of It? How should it be ,t,„„inislor a fistic rebuke
lo do the road the more good. lelllp.«ce „
to do the road uie more ■
ttll you can about how to make he to hi
. did the work
all yon can aim... ■
road good and keep it from getting
ruts aud mild holes.
The essays must be sent iu iiefo.
Co. Supt. of Schools, by dep.
weV that the justice is iu bed nurs
ing his wounds while lie liimsel.
Ke county ia" "t Gu.'.rle nurs
i„g a Charge oi assault with intent
Seeking Fite Pot of Cold
_ . | . a rn¥ Tuoidny morniuK'n Sjiutn I •' lms
lars Will be Refunded on Uver"l lrillll \Uu\ ... « xi.a cm- ttu. i.
charges by Express f "Tla
• AL' linmi I from the surrounilin c country aim
in Oh ahoma. I they were all bound for California
to make their futuro homes Home
of them had traded in good farms in
Noble county lor email tracts of
California lands, lunging from ID to
80 acres, paying therefor S-IOO (Ml
acre will, .lie additional cost ol n"
ating these small tracts a.l a la. g"
outlay of expense, and some of
them with bill very little capital h ft
w.lli which to improve these raw
lands. Others are bettor iixod and
may l>o able eventually to make it
win, bin on the whole we cannot soe
where the majority of the... will sue
ce.nl, hut we cerlainl;. hope lliey
may. This season Irn been a hard
one oil not only the farmers ... Ok-
lahoma hut in many other slates as
well and we do not wonder that soma
of liie.il became discouraged, hut
what i iiunlry is it that does ...>■
hav. its drawback- of some nature
or an occasional parilal i nline of
gouio certain crop? Hut on the
whole Oklahoma will compare favor
,,hu will, any other -tale. Mole
are leaving.California today
; in and it i* all duo
i„ the fact that it take- inn.'..
capital there to fai n, sue •• -fully ■
In other words it is a . km .nan's
country exclusively mil a in ... will,
hulled means, or no i ., ii. I •' all,
I lias less chance by far to maki' a
I slice 'sb iu farming than ho would
have in Oklahoma
gHge Ol ■ I • i
lect to the taxes imposed
article shall be released, d.scharg
of record or received In evidence ...
any action or proceeding, nor shall
an v assignment of or agreement x .
tending any aucb u.orU'.age 'be .
corded unless the .axes In P sedl
thereon by this article sh .11 1
been paid as provided in this article
No judgment or final order in any
action or proceeding shall """
for th. foreclosure or -fe.eenient
' of any mortgage which i* w111 J 1
the taxes Imposed by this or o
debt or obligation secured 1 > or
which secures any such mortgage
unless .he taxes imposed by this
article shall have been paid as pr
vided iu tills arHcle.
Pol S P. Stral.au and wife were
visltois at the state fair the latter
portion of the week and concluded
to remain over while there and take
iii th<3 Kruiul l<>dKe of 1. '
that has been lu session there this
school board members who imme-
diately ordered that one he con-
structed for at least experimental
purposes. The building was com-
pleted lust Saturday and the stu-
dents transferred to It Monday .
is located <u. the Llndsey school
Contracts will be let within tlx
next few days for the immediate
construction of three more portable
school buildings which, it Is
thought, will temporarily accoinmo
date the overflow of the students in
i Sapulpa Man in Race
Judge Stanlield of Sapulpa Be-
lieves That He Can Win as The
Republican Party Candidate for
Governor and Anuounces His
al Committeeman James Hauls i.
favorable to his nomination and
with the backing of the strong Re
publican counties In north con i
Oklahoma, he will make a determiu
ed race for the nomination.
Real Estate Transfers.
Hulilier K"0,1h (lc,enrV 1'
important things to i-onside
' u _ ,ii. ih.. l.uying ol
connection wlt'' .'K'chkVss
sacli goods is 1' • '• • ■
Ml of ii"r Rubber kooiIs cum
directly from ti
and we do not overat
til way s
Rubber Gloves, Etc
SOUTH SIDE PHARMAC
Geo. N. Carson and wife to
Ualbesh s 1 2 of u 2 sw 20 2il
Nora Moore and husband to M
D.Tucker lots 1 2 3 4 5 0 and 7 block
30 south Perry, consideration $.100.
Ii K. Terrell and wife to Rltta
Combs lot 13 block B original Perry,
Samuel Parsons to John Powell
' and wife sw 21 24 2w, consideration
i $1.00 and other valuable eonsldera
Mary Clifton and husband to J,
\v. Bid ridge and L. i.. Ruaa.ll n 1 2
ne 1 4 and sw 1 4 of ne 30 22 2e, eon
Former Perry Boy Married
Believing that with a re united Re.| rtllUl supreme
publican party in Oklahoma, that ,)a„ded down
the time is ripe to sweep the demo
crats who have dominated and cor-
rupted the state from power. Stan
field lodav num iniced his candidacj
for the republican nomination for
^ "/udgeStanfleld is the first Repuh-
licaii to definitely announce his can
didacy for the olllce of chief execu-
tive, He has served two terms o
the district bench in the district in
eluding Creek and Okmulgee conn
ties and during that time has made
an enviable record.
It is said that Republican Nation
Woman's Face Worth $7,000
st Paul, Minn., Oct. 3 A
woman's beauty was held to D
worth at least 17,000 by the Mime
court In an opinio.,
haniieu nown today affirming the
t thft St Louis coiiutj
judKemollt . ' .|ftl| Miss
. ... which awnrdea Miss
The greatest victory thut any
state commission for corporation
control has ever scored in litigation
with express companies was won on
Tuesday Oct. 7th, when the supreme
court of Oklahoma sustained the e*
press rate order of the Oklahoma
corporation commission. I lie . as.
involves approximately 1000,000 in
excess collections for express, mail
by the express companies which,
under the ruling of the court, will
be returnable to the shippers. With
the freight rate victory of last fall
this case givos back to the public
approximately million dollar
collected by railroad ami express
impanles contrary to tho ordei
the corporation commission
The express rat was issued
by the commission June 11, l'.lO'.l. It
was appealed to the supreme court
the companies giving bond to
damnify shippers. The case was .
inauded to the commission lw"'"lpoopi
for lurther evidence and the bonds lluiu liri. ,
of the companies increased from
lime to time as the fund in e li
troversv increased. I'lio original
order involved a reduction on an
average of about 2fi per cent lu llie
express rates then in . itect. The (
commission, on rehearing, nn d.li-<
i,8 rates on milk and croam, morel.
andise and money snipnients lo in
extent that the reduction as las,
presented to the higher court is up
proximately 21 per cent.
The decision of the court, written
by Justice Williams and concurred
in by all the Justices, sustains the
corporation commission on all con
tentlons iucludln ' tho rate schedule
as last determined upon by th
mission. Thus not only do shipp. is
secure a refund on shipments nrnv
hlB between points in tins stall-
while this order has been pending
on appeal, but secure the red.
rates for tin future, elfeetivc at a
tlate to be announced within a few
lays The commission has con.
plele reports on all transactions in
volv 1 ug the rates In controversy
and shippers are not required to file
Clara Rartnes damages to
amount against the Pittsburg
^Kartueswho was employed
ln a hotel near the Hanna.nine, was
injured by a blast from the mine
while passing along the pubUc high
way. Her face was disfigured 1>
I Mrs Judge Robinson spent
Wednesday visiting friends in Outh
G 0 P. Will Change Rules. .
u' .J for the reservation as woll as
Washington, Oct. 5-'l he 1 epu 1 | t0I-jit| mlditioii to Noble co
lean national committee will meet m | ... r
Otoe lntliaus Draw 1'rizes
While tin Indian as a <:
thing is not cou a suei
farm r there are exceptions i
rule and among :!e exceptioi. are
several members of the Otoe 1 ribe.
Supt. Ral|ih Stallion to.ik a number
uf samples of Indian raised products
to tho recent state fair just closed
at Oklahoma City and was rewarded
by carrying off quite a number of
Frank Shadlow, one of the pro.
gressive young Indians, carried off
the fl.st premium on rial oats, while
the white oats raise.l on the demon
stratiou farm at the agency also
were awarded first premium. .1 L,
Breeding, a lessee iu the reserva-
tion was awarded first on KharkolT
This is a commendable showing
as well as a ma
. ... Noble county
line of agriculture
can national I credit in the nm ...
Washington Tuesday, Decern >e , i w|lic|1 |)Ur cnu„ty is among the for
to confer on party niatteis an o ^ ^ ,|l0 state.
lake any action which may ho deem __
I e.l advisable. A formal call o Arthur Sullins and wife who are
Lie' ling will be issued Monday. " 1tI81(y ongaged In farming near Red
I meeting was decided upon at a ion I Rock finim| tjn„, Wednesday to vis
I .... PlmrlflB 1).
it the county seat.
Lucas & Kasl, Proprietors
Cards have be„n received in the
eliv announcing the marriage of
William Byron Chaplin and Miss
Alice Mary Hughes at Los Angeles
Cal-, the morning of Oct, 1st. I hey
will be at home after Nov. 1st at
1SJD5 California ave., Hakersilold,
Cal., where the groom is engaged
in the practice of law.
The groom is the son of C
Chaplin and wife of this city
mew to manhood In Perry,
graduated from the Kansas State
University and then from the law-
school after which chose Bakersfleld
Cal , as his home and at once enter
cd on tho practice of his profession.
Ho succeeded from the start, built
up an excellent practice and is now
considered one of the shining lights
among the younger attorneys of the
The Enterprise Times joins with
his many Perry friends iu ottering
congratulations to klm and his
bride and btst wishes for their
tute success and happiness.
(". The New Store
Service jP/us ^fas/lion
There are two vital things
required about a
First—It must give ser-
vice , .
Second—It must have
get tills at the
all you're entitled to. Come
In most any time-look
around, try on a few models
— see what's correct lor this
The Best Qualities at
West Side Square
ference of Chairman Charles D.
miles and Secretary James R. Rey
The decision to call the national
committee meeting resulted from re
peated requests of republican lead-
ers that an opportunity be given to
revise the rules of the republican |
partv. The political changes d«
manded are on the basis of repre
sentatlou from southern states t
national conventions and In the
method of electing delegates from
states which have primary laws
covering that subject.
Senators Jones and Cummins,
| representing tho so called eoncllift
lion committee, selected by republi
cans and progressives at Chicago
iast spring have been in communica
'tion with Chairman Hilles recently
land have renewed the request of the
Larty factions that the national com
mittee take UP the convention ques
"it l's expected that the national
committee when it meets In Decern]
ber will not agree to calling a na
ltim.nl convention without protests
Lou, some of its members who
claim that tho committee Itself has
ample authority to make the neces|
sary changes In rules and regula
The board of county commission'
Lrs convened in regular session
I Monday and Mulshed their labors .
for the terra Tuesday evening.
A Family |
Thin store ia in every
u family store.
Tbe need* of every
her of the family have
carefully looked after.
The babys wants have hail
particular attention, nursing
bottles, nipples, talcum pi.mh r
babv fnods all in endless var
* the host quality,
iety and of
Perfumes, e- ••
creams for the ladies
Cigars, pipci and
etc.. for the men. r
what you want pai. l
school books or sunn
ftcnooi immiivb « - ' 1 ' I i'
tftrv medicine yon have \m\\\ w
in getting, come here and V-.i
will usually find II and the
. price is always right.
'CITY DRUG STORE
Fred Beers, Prop.
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