Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 9, 1913 Page: 2 of 4
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v. C. WELCH, Edt. 4 fub.
ALL this talk anion* demoo.sts
of the "Monroe Doctrine" in Ok-
lahoma i« merelf w
that theory wm' established by ti.e
party we were two separate tei-
Perry, j ritoti. s. and there may have beeu
EOkUda°. iecond'cU®""",1! miner j *7,^ excise lo par*.-!
under the ctof congressof Marth ngj,.t?s d0 thut eaili of th
3,1879. ! visinns tniBht hhare in the spoils,
ti ito ner vear I but we are now one state and the
8 AdJirtUinK rile? made known onj80()ner we realize this and con-
appllcatlou. i elude that the best and most hMintr
— iueii for places are the ones to be
ileiired the better it will be for
« a m all parties concerned, hyery man
? wpS; in the state, no matter where ho
SAN i a KK i IMF. OAKII
4-1 local (i
• iitht except Suntlav
Noi lU Houud
il fr« . i111 eict-pl Sunday
. 5 Si i: "!j is located h"s HI1 equal rijrht with
| another to aspire to any office
" • ' 1 j within the gift of the people and
" « ''the l ights of all should be equally
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; CROSSING THE RED SEA.
Exodus 14:19-31—Aug. 17.
I •'Before they call. 1 Kill a
CUE Bible story of Israel's mirac-
ulous crossing of the Red 6ea
tins long been questioned by
agnostics, who also questioned
the large number ascribed to Israel-
600,000 men. Implying a total of 2,000,-
000 or uiore. However, the Bible final-
ly Is triumphing. Mistranslations and
fullures properly to interpret figures
of speech were the basis of our mU
Professor Flinders Petrle calls atten-
tion to the fact that the Hebrew word
alnf Is used In the Scriptures some-
times to mean a thousand and at other
times to signify group, families, or
tents, very much as we use the word
regiment to signify a group of a thou-
sand men, yet of-
IN "THE DIVORCE"
Alt church, lod|<e and society no-
tions of events where an admission
fee Is Chained, all cards of thanks,
i esolutlons of respect and other no-
tices of like character, will he ol-arg
ed for at regular rules. All notices
of religious services and similar
events will be published free.
Eithkh of the three candidates
for the local postoffice would be
willing to eliminate the other two
in ordet that the matter might bo
amicably settled and peace and
harmony once more pervade the
ranks of the unterritied and un-
satisfied in Noble county, but the
other two are still objecting.
How thoughtful, if not consist
ent, it was in the makers of the
new tariff law-to exempt the pres-
ent list of democratic office hold-
ers from paying their income tux.
Looks as though they thought
this was the last chance their
party would have to feed at the
national crib and should they bus.
band their resources ttey .light
bo able to exist during the re.
nminder of their existence here.
The ways of courts, or rather
of juries, are bard for us to undei
stand. This ban been amply
demonstrated in the past few
weeks in the district courts of dif-
ferent counties in our slate. In
the L gan county court a woman
charged wiih being an accessory
to the death of her husband, who
was killed by what was said to be
her negro paramour, wiih whom
she had tied to Canada, the luiter
having In on tried anil sentenced
f,,r life, was found not guilty.
Over in Washington county last
week Mr. llouter was tried on al
most identically the same charge
Bin! the circumstances surround-
ing the case were similar with the
exception that the parties with
whom she was charged with the
crime were white men and this
woman, notwithstanding the fact
she had two small children, was
sentenced by iho jury for life. An
application has been made by the
attorneys for the woman for a
new trial, aud it is to be hoped
she may soouro it, it not the case
will certainly be taken to the
higher court, where it is hoped
something like c unpara'ive jostice
may be accorded her.
Crwniyyj the Red Sea.
And now comes the news that
Joe McNeal. now of Tulsa, will
not bo a candidate for the office of
governor on the Republican ticket.
Joe is a good man but he had hi*
day in court as well as politics and
if the party expects to win it must
put forward as its standard bearer (
some man who has not heretofore
been in the political limelight and
one who can secure the votes of
the better element in the demo-
Charley West having tilled
the office of attorney general, has
swelled up to tho idea that ho
would make good gubernatoral
timber. Oklahoma lias been
lamentably cursed with governors
since achieving statehood but we
do not believe for a moment that
we shall be further inflicted with
this pin head politician iu a state
office, llis record would damn
him in any state other than Okla-
homa, and while we have little
faith in the democratic party on
general principals, we fully be-
lieve they are weary of such in-
competents as West has proved
himself to be.
Want New Election Law
Oklahoma City, Oct. —Secretary
Ben W Kiley, of the state election
board, late today filed his petitioi
to refer certain sections of the new
Kiley claim* to have 14.0C0 names
on the petition. Tills is only a few
hundred more :)umes than is uctuul
ly necessary. Ton days are givei
in which to file protests and thii
will he done, say those who are 111
The new election law passed by
the legislature was recommended bv
<} tveruor Cruce, hut lie opposed cer
lain sections of the law,because they
sought to change the searetary "f
the hoard and the method of naming
members of the h >ard.
Of The United Wireless Telegragh Co.
'n your home town; employees earn
ing $90.00 to $459.00 a week; you can
:lo the same; no capital required; ap-
jly a* once. The United Wireless Tele-
raph Co., Coon-ir Blda., Denver Colo
Fkom an experience of 45 years
in the newspaper business we
have become thoroughly convinc-
ed that all politicians are the rank
est kind of liars. For instance
Dennis Flynn and Bird Alcfiuire
on the Republican side and Owens,
Gore, et al on the other end of
the political horn. They need
you previous to your espousal of
their cause through your news
paper; after you arc committed to
their candidacy they Dave the
sinch on you and at once begin io
forget that you weie ever needed
by them. The best proposition
tor a newspaper man is to quit
playing favorites, and start a book
in his own interest where only
the man who makes good bis
promises with a certified check
guts any consideration. S >me
wise man has aptly said "all men
are liars'" and this especially ap-
plies to politicians.
will be on sa'e daily October
18th, 1913,'until April -"tli,
1914. inclusive to points in
S nth Carolina
For detailed information rel
atlve rale", m ics at'I b< It
service to all Winter T mis!
Resorts, write or call on
eliher of Die undersigned.
G. JULIAN, AGENT
C. 0. JACKSON, D. P. A.
1112 Colcord Hulldlug
ten far less In
ly after a battle.
the record, ".I u-
dah 7 4 , U 0 0,"
would read, Ju-
families, or tents,
wltb six hundred
men in all; "so
they set forwnrd,
every one ufter
their families, according to the bouse
of their fathers."—Numbers 2:34.
Thus reckoned, the entire host of Is
rael might he estimated at about 30.
000. Even this was a goodly host to
be the descendants of Jacob in but lit
tie more than two centuries. That till
Israelites were very prolific was evl
denced by the Egyptian decree whit I
sought to destroy their children, fear
ful that eventually they would out
number the Egyptians.
Necessity of the Miracles.
A miracle Is not necessarily a viola
Hon of a law of Nature. An unusual
occurrence, indicating an interposition
of Divine Power la human affairs,
would be a miracle, oven though it con-
formed to natural laws. God rarely
works miracles except In necessity
Three roads led ont of Egypt In the
direction of Palestine; but aa a mllt-
tary wall extended from the Medlter
rauean to the Bed flea to protect
against Invading armies, these roads
had access Into Egypt only through
strong Iron gates.
One of these roods led through the
country of the Philistines, to pass
through which so large a body of peo-
ple would have been prohibited. The
second road led through a sandy des-
ert, furnishing neither provender nor
water. The third rood wns the one
which the Israelites took, leading
through the wild mountain regions of
Siual. where they found pasturage.
Several days elapsed before the ib
raelltes reached the Red Sea. Mean
time, Pharaoh perceived that the Is
raelltes had wandered about us though
undecided which road to take, and con-
cluded that It would be easy to bring
them back. The gates of the wall were
closed, and several hundred chariots
und footmen sent to pursue.
Meantime, the Israelites had passed
through two mountain ranges, up
against the northern arm of the Ited
Sea—the Gulf of Hue?.. Apparently
they had gone Into a pen, from which
there was no escape. Divine provi-
dence arranged that a heavy pillar of
cloud, or fog, hovered over the Egyp
tlan camp, while there was a bright
light in the Israelites" camp Thus the
Egyptians were delayed, and the Is-
rael ties moved on until they came to
the Sea anil beheld thut they were
hemmed In Then they cried to the
Lord and to Moses, requesting to be per-
mitted to return to Egyptian bondage
But the word of the Lord through
Moses was that soon they would see
Jehovah Hod bring deliverance. Mean
time, the north wind began to blow,
and gradually the waters receded
southward, uncovering a ledge and
sand bar. upon which the Israelites
crossed to the other side. The be-
fogged Egyptians followed, possibly
not realizing that they were on land
usually covered by water
As they progressed Into the moist
sand, the Egyptian chariot wheels be
their horses went
more slowly, then
balk e d. wheels
broke, etc., until
concluded t h s t
In the figurutlv
language of that
time, God had
looked upon them
with an ev
orrr- out of the cloudy
then? was some manifestation, such us
a lightning flush. Meantime, the wind
had changed to the south. Itefore the
Egyptians could extricate themselves
the water was upon them, and thev
soon were overwhelmed.
There Is nothing In this account to
stagger faith. United States Govern
rnent Reports show that the waters ot
I,like Erie have varied as much as (If
teen feet at Toledo, by reason of
change of wind, and without any spe
dal hurricane. What has staggered
our faith In the past was tho state
ment that the Sea constituted a wall
on either side of the Israelites. But
the word wall In Its broadest sense
llgnilles barricade The United States
bus the Atlantic as n protective wall
on one side and the Paclllcon the other.
If the Bible Is Interpreted wltb a lit-
tle common sense. It Is entirely rea-
sonable, rich In knowledge and wis-
dom from on High.
Preaching by the pastor next Sun
day both morning ami evening.
Sunday School 9:45 a. in. H. E.
St. Clair, supt.
Westminster leafue 0:30 p. ill.
8:00 o'clock legular service.
The public Is cordially invited to
all these services.
S. H. Pakvin Pastor
mkthod1st episcopal church
Sunday School 9:40 a. m. J W.
Public worship 11:00
The discourse will deal with tli
underlying principles of the Masonic
legislation and the method by which
they were applied.
7:00 p. m. Epworth League.
H:00 p. m. preaching by the past
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. prayer meet
The public is cordially invited t
attend all of these services
K. I. Pouge, Pastor,
m. k. church south.
Services every Sunday.
Sunday School 10:00 a. in.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even-
ing at 7:30.
Preaching services 8:00.
A cordial welcome is extended
Isaac W. Armstrong, Pastor.
Sunday School 11:45. a. ni.
R.Y. P.U. (i:30 p. m.
Sunday School !):4& a. m.
Preaching services m 11 a. Ill,
Senior Endeavor at 7:00 p. in. H.
Preaching services at 8.00 p. m.
The public is cordially invited t<
attend theBe services.
H. M. Woods, Pastor.
Grand Opeia House, Fiiday, October 10
Admission 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 for the first four ro.vs
christian hciknck church
Sunday Schcol 10 a. nr.
Service Sunday 11:00 a. io.
Subject-Are Sin Disease
Wednesday evening meeting
All arecordially welcome.
IN A LITTLE'WATEI*
in a little'watei!
Removes the rntlM. whether from
eoM, Sfripp, or tiervou«ti«M.
10c., 25c. and 50o.
COLDS AND GRIPP
SOLD AT WELL-STOCKED DRUG STORES eoLD AT WILL-STOCKED ORUQ stoftcs
WONDERFUL GROWTH OF THIS MARVELOUS SCHOOL
STANDS AT THE HEAD OF ALL BUSINESS COLLEGES IN TURNING
OUT EMINENTLY SUCCESSFUL GRADUATES.
THE LEADING SCHOOL OF-AMERICA IN INTRODUCING UP-TO-
THE STEN0TYPE, A MARVELOUS METHOD OF TAKING DICTATION
—FIVE HUNDRED FIFTY WORDS PER MINUTE WRITTEN
BY A SIX-MONTH PUPIL.
HEADQUARTERS FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE BEST.
YOU SHOULD TAKE A COMBINATION BOOKKEEPING AND
WHAT OTHERS HAVE DONE YOU CAN DO.
PUPILS WHO HAVE NOT ALL THE NECESSARY MONEY WITH
WHICH TO PAY EXPENSES TAKEN CARE OF.
fsntral Business College, Sedalla, Missouri, Increased from three pupils In attendance thirty yean" ago, to over
on* thousand pupils per year. This marvelous growth la the result o[ satisfied pnplls, wlio are thoroughly rtj
pared for the highest degree of usefulness, and through the high standing of this school with the buslness ™™ ®
America, are placed In high salaried positions. Some of the most successful business men of the United BUtes
and Europe received their business training and start from this institution, it can do as much for you.^
This school was the first In America to start and successfully conduct rapid calculation classes; th* first to
start a telegraph department with a principal who had been an active train dispatcher for a number of years OQ
the railroad- the first to introduce the piano method of typewriting, and now has a class of nearly one hundred OB
the steDOtyp*. a marvelous machine on which the pupil writes from dictation from thirty to forty words per mlnete
from easy matter In three days after ho begins the study, and In six months can write from familiar matter tnm
three huadred to Ave hundred fifty words per minute. . ^
Ton get a business education but once In life. You want the best, don t you? You should attend the s*to°l
that from Its thoroughness and buperior advantages given, has become headquarters for those who want the best-
It costs ao more, why not have It? ■ M
One thousand pupils wanted to take positions as bookkeepers and stenotyplsts combined. Ton want a iooo
position at from *7B to 1B0 per month, don't you? You want a position In which you are receiving rise In saUrj
everr year and perhaps every month, which has in sight in the future a salary of from 118,000 to 115,000 per
year, doa't you? You don't think this Is impossible, do you? Listen while I tell you what has been done by PeoPj*
who ron would not be willing to acknowledge, had more ability than you have. I took a young man from the term
who had nothing but a common district school education; I graduated him la a combination course: ho waa boom
rectlYlaf a high salary and la now doing buBlneia for himself at enormoui profits. He tourg Europe |Ter7 TJJJj
stops at the best hotels In the world and enjoys himself and has the best In the land. This young man stertM
without a single penny and has made his marvelous bucccss on his native talent and the education recMVQO ■
Central Business College, Sedalla, MIssourL You know this didn't happen, but that there was a causa for It. Ml
yout This Is only one of many who havo mad* such successes. You can do the same, can't youT
You won't acknowledge that others are smarter than yo« are. will you? Come and place yourself nnfler tao
same environments that they placed themselves under, and yoa wW be astonished at your sucaess. pon t atteaa
any school until you have written C. W. Robbies, Bedalla, Missouri, for catalogue and etranlara axplalalag tM
Business Department, Shorthand Department, Btenotyp* Department and Department of Telegraphy. _
Pull Information will be given any one who deslras a basUeaa education, but Bads It lnpsMMa I* MM M
ot the money with which to pay his expenses. Address,
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Welch, V. C. Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 9, 1913, newspaper, October 9, 1913; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116199/m1/2/: accessed April 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.