Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 9, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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12 1 2c per pouml ut the Ha
Judge Bowie* mid 8teno|?ri t>hei
Wil ou are In Orant county tbU
week holding the regular fall term
ut district court.
The new hats of #11 the latest
Htyles ure at Mra. Nicholiou't mil
llnnery parlors went side square
I.titles are Invited to call.
Mr. Farmer are you lutereated In
he advancement of your h"ns if si>
call at the l*itlace Market and ask
or literature on tankuKe.
Jas. Spear wan in the city froii
Ked Kock Monday accompanied by
a broltier-lu-law, Mr. Huston
Jewell county, . Kansas, whom he
was sbowiti? the beauties and
tractious of the best couutry
earth foi all purposes.
A car load of Sttidobaker buggle
and carriages will be on sale at an
early date. Kemeinber the place
— A. C. Hinde, southwest corner so
square. 7 10-tf
Mesilames McCubblns and Fry
were in Oklahoma City this week at
tending (be grand lodge meeting o
the ttebekalis as representatives
"White Rose" gasoline and non
carbonless motor oil the first and
best ever in the city at A. U.'
Kev. Offltt who held a series of
successful revival meetings at the
Christian church in this city during
the early summer months, whs a
Tlsitor In our city Sunday renewing
old acquaintances. He is now con
ducting n meeting at Guthrie.
Wliou in need of tirit-class jol
printing, this office cm lie relied
upon for toe neatest and best.
Bert R-eves for the past fourteen
years county surveyor of Logan
county was found dead In his bed at
the home of his father last Sunday
Mrs. H C. Nicholson has added
to her millinery parlors ladies
manicuring, hair dressing and face
massage. Coil petent lad" in attend
mice who will be pleased to see you,
Another "gentle shower" Monday
night but added to the prospect foi
another cutting of alfalfa and ai
abundanco of fall aud winter pastui
h;h In tills county.
We have a surplus of our belt
grade of lard which we are going
to sell while it lasts at 12 l-2c per
pound.—The Palace Market,
Mis. Carrie Stout, president
the Rebekah assembly of the stat
of Oklahoma, w is lu attendance
the annual meeting of that body at
Oklahoma City this week. Perry
was well represented at this meet
lug ai we have always been prom
iueiit as a city in the annual meet
lug ,,f tills body.
T. O. Rlgg. cashier at the Frisco
depot accompanied by ills wife re
turned Monday eveniim from hi
summer vacation of five week
wiiloli he spent on the pacific cobb
||„ visited all the points of Interes
aud all the principal cities from
Denver to San Francisco and
ports a most enjoyable lime llirougl
Sluce the receul lire Kueb Bros
have moved into the lower stor>
the European hotel aud are bettt
prepared than evet to serve the ge..
oral public with meals or lunches!
either day or ulght. Everything
new and up to date. 82-8
Charles Chrlstoph and wife arrlv
ed home from California the Hi st of
the week and have since been telling
their numerous friends bow gla<|
they are to be with us again. Not
that they did not enjoy themselves
„r that they do not enjoy thecllinate
there, which seems to be the one
drawing card, but it is uot home
nor ever will be to loyal Okla-
liomans. NVe welcome them back
aud while thev have been gone from
u; for nearly two years they still
claim Perry as their home and are
welcome to again resume their
oial and business relations with us,
for they are a part of us having help
«,l us to build up and develop a conn
try that does not depend solely on
climate for sustenuiioe
Subscribe lor the EnterprLe-
R. S. Wade returned to the city (
Saturday uioruing after a three
months absence, during wbich time
be was earing for bis wife who dieU
recently at Kansas City, mention
of which wasmade lu our last issue.
Mr. Wade bas uot as yet deteriniu
ed Just what he will do nor where he
will take up his permanent resi-
dence, but his many friends here
hope that he will return aud again
make his home In Ferry.
Perry Team Makes Good Star!
The 191.111 foot ball season fipen •
ed up in the city Friday with the
home high school team playing with
the Pouca high schuol, and the re
suit was highly satisfactory, the
score being 31 to 0 In favor of our
team. While the Ponca City team
ore somewhat heavier than our
boys they were certainly outclassed.
A return game will be played at
Ponca City In the near future when
we hope to see our boys repeat the
Q. Will you kindly explain Jeremiah
49:11, "Leave thy father-legs children.
| will preserve them alive. And let thy
widows truet in me", and Paalm 37:25,
"| have been young and now am old;
yet have I not seen the righteous for-
saken, nor his seed begging bread".
Can the consecrated Christians from
these Scriptures hope that their wives
and children will, in a measure, be hid-
den and be provided for in the time of
great tribulation that will develop in
the close of this age or dispsnsation?
Answer-We hove every reason for
willows sud orphans
One-half of your coal — and
it did you no good. Hard luck
that But there is a way to fix
it. Here's how:
That stove of yours has seen its best days. You need a new one.
bUt Meanvvhile^you"have'been''losing Half of every hod of coal you have putMr it
Of course you knew it, but you did not think of it that way. \ou know nut ha 1
of every lump is gas. Fail to burn that gas and it is like throwing into the ,1
believing that th - r ~ _
of the l-onl's consecrated people would , Hollar V0U Spend ill Coal,
he specially shielded and protected In I u?tUar ,.vtr^vn(T:,nt? Yes?
the "time of trouble such as never was
since there was a nation" foretold to
The Divorce Question
"The Divorce Question" will bo
neeii for the first time at tlie Grand
Oct. 10, Friday night. The author.
William A. McGuIre, has not mine
ed matters in bis play, nor doeB he
lack detail In the graphic portrayal
of the frightful consequences of the
By tills It must not be assumed
that this play is gruesome, on the
contrary, it might properly be
styled an entertaining, moral lesson
with Intense situations; climaxes
that thrill and are wonderfully Ini
While the pathos is abundant and
the heart Interest abounds, the
comedy element Is by no means
The arti«ts engaged by the Nation
Piay company to interpret the
arlous characters were engaged
with a special fitness for the rules
they portray, and the costumes and
scenery are thoroughly in keeping
and are what might be expected
Willi this high grade attraction.
come to puss in the last days of this
present evil world. (Daniel 12.1.
Matthew 24:21.1 Not only from the
Scriptures quoted but from mnn.v oth
ers WOUld this thought be confirmed
The families of the consecrated Chris
tiiins have special opportunities of he
coming acquainted with the true teach
Ings of the Scriptures and thus of
coming under the sanctifying influence
of the Word of Truth. Also, by Inti-
mate relationship with those who are
of saintly characters, they would be.
to a more or less extent, Influenced In
the way of righteousness In general
therefore. It may he said that the or
pbans and widows of the consecrated
followers of Christ have characters of
meekness and righteousness, and the
I.nril has Intimated that those who are
of this disposition shall be specially
shielded in the great tribulation. "Seek
ye the I.ord all ye meek of the earth,
which have wrought his Judgment;
seek righteousness, seek meekness: It
may In; ye shall lie hid In the day of
the Lord's anger".—Zephnnlah 2:3.
Q —What is the meaning of 2 Pet" i . ,
1:20. which reads a« follow., "Knowing smoke in tllC llOUSe.
.■ • r a tL. nn nrnnhftPV of tllS I ' I 1L ! . ! . ih,>
IC. MHI GO.
We have the mouev on band
at the lowest rates. Pay olf
For Sale or Tro.de
Let Us Locate You
Rather extravagant? ^es? . . T, , . • ,
The ordinary stove made of a lot of separate castings leaks air. They U-ak air
the wronp place. Places you can not control.
RESULT-the best part of your coal-the 14,000 cubic feet of common ,11
ing gas that is in the average ton of $.100 soft coal—goes up the flue unburn,;!.
You have lost it. IthM S^-°^ropcr,ywith air and y„u the ho,,.,
kind of a blue flame. But there is only one way to do this—
Buy the only heater that is made tight—holds tight :t, tight.
Hot Blast Heater
It leaks no air. . ,,
This is the heater that mixes the gas and air and gives you all
the heat in the coal. . .
This is the heater that burns any kind of coal and makes ,i ton
of $3.00 soft coal do the work of $8.00 hard coal in a high priced
base burner. . T i , .
This is the heater that is a joy and comfort to the housewife. Tt makes no dirt or
Farm and City
Office Over Woodruff's
The regular teachers' examination
for county certificates will be held
in the county superintendent's office
in Perry, Thursday and Friday,
October 30 and 31, 1913.
Al this examination no grades
can be carried.
C. O. Viinnest, Co. Supt,
this first, that no prophecy of the
Scripture i« of any private intarpreta
tion"? (A. T. M.)
Answer —It is not to be supposed
that the Apostle was setting forth thai
some would have monopoly of th
gift of interpreting the prophecies, as
many seetn to think from the reading
of this test In the preceding verse lie
was admonishing the Lord's people t
give heed to the word of prophecy
which was more sure ns n testimony
than slcht and sound More than half
of the Bible is made up of prophecies
and the most of these relate to the
Inst times and the Introduction of the
kingdom of heaven on earth. The ma
lorlty of Christian people have failed
to heed the Apostle's Injunction, und
consequently are now In the dark a
respects the understanding of the trend
of events of this our day. Not many
are aware of the fact that a new <11
pensatlon Is already beginning to dawn
upon the world, and that the old ordei
of things Is swiftly passing away. Aft
er pointing out the Importance of glv
|ng heed to the sure word of prophecy
gt Peter explains how the prophecies
came Into existence. He says, proper
rendering,-"This first ascertaining,
that all prophecy of Scripture Is not
of private setting forth; for not ut any
time was prophecy brought by the will
of man. but men from God spoke ns
they were moved by the holy spirit
The Apostle was referring to the orig
Illation of the prophecies and not to
their Interpretation. Considering the
fact that God caused holy men of old
to write these prophecies, and that
they were Influenced hy the power of
the Lord to do this, then brethren, give
heed to these things
This if,h°E«r thai saves labor-Ox i, io the morning and a, nigh, and Forget
lT TThifu[heiJa'teFrte gives a „,Wv, ron,ml heat from soft coal or lignite.
This is the heater that will hold its fire untouched for a day and a h.M.
This is the heater we sell you under a guarantee that is as good as old \\
the mill." Burns soft coal, lignite, slack, hard coal or wood. ,p
It is just the kind of a heater you want. Come in and see it.
LOBSITZ HARDWARE CO.
South Side Square
See the name "Cole's" on the feed door of each stove. None genuine without it
. NOTICE .
We pay the Highest °rice
for Produce, and sell you
as Cheap as the Cheapest
and get our prices
Nexttloor to Famous
For a Hundred Dollar
q—Why la it that lomi of the most
inferior specimens of the race such as
physically and mentally weak people
nervous wrecks, etc., are inclined to
snobbishness—to think that they are a
little more "refined", Important, and
superior, to those who are sound in
mind and body? Would we not call
this selfishness; and it not selfishness
kind of insanity? Have you anything
from the Bible on the subject? (C
Answer.—It Is said that the Inmates
of Insane asylums are prone to Imagine
that they are some great ones, ns. for
Instance, one will have the halluclna
tlon that he Is Napoleon Bonaparte or
Julius Caesar. Another will Imagine
Hhe Is Queen Victoria, etc. From tills
na well as from the general tencliinp
of the Bible. we would conclude thai
all kinds of pride and selfishness nn
but varying forms of Insanity. Thosi
who are fairly sound physically ami
mentally can well afford to mulle (se
cretly) at the foolish assumptions ol
the weaker ones; Just as the keeper In
«n asylum would view with pitying
kindness and with more or less a.nuse
ment the antics of the deluded inmates
It inav reasonably be said that the tie
rree of conceit, pride anil egotism
marks the degree of degeneration of
the Individual They who center their
thoughts, not upon self, their appear
tnce actions anil speech, but nprfii the
Interests nnd welfare of others, and In
contemplation of great and fundnnien
tnl truth*, those nre the one* who plve
evidence of having the "spirit of a
•ound mind." How finely the Bible
deals with this matter-"l"or I say
through the grace that Is given unto
me. to every man that is among .vou.
not to think of himself more highly
The Commercial Course
The commercial course in the
Capital t itv Business college be-
gins at the first wiili a student in a
fUce to face, practical method of
leaching accounts. The siude.it is
given *3000 of college currency
which is deposited In bank. He i
Wen a check book and is placed in
business at Ills desk. Next, lie be-
gins buying goods from wholesale
arms kept by advanced students.
He buy4 at a discount, pays by
heck and makes entry on books of
his business transactions. He sells
oods as a retail merchant, enters
his sales, posts bis own work assist
,tl by his teacher, and makes a
financial statenien' of his business
in the first set of work. H does
uot have theory to sit for hours and
ead, but iB put to practice at the
first. There are 5:1 trial balances
and statements to complete. These
are of accounts in retailing, whole
tilling, commission work, banking,
ocal and foreign exchange, rail.owJ
ng, insurance, corporations ml
practical auditing. When a stud,
has completed this course he c i.
handle any set of bookB easily. Hi
understands thoroughly how to
handle notes, collections, drafts,
certified checks, certificates of de-
posit, certificates of protest; in fac
any general commercial paper.
The commercial course also in
hides business penmanship, rapid
calculation, business arithmetic
business correspondence, com-
mercial law, business spelliti!
The C. O. B. U also teaches tin
famous Byrne simplified shorthand
that will make an efficient stenogra
pher in from three and one-half t
four months, Touch typewi iting i
meltnled with sholthnnd. Book
keeping and shorthand combined i
the best course to take.
The telegraphy department, ns ex
plained in this paper last week, is
well equipped and the students are
Write the Capital City Business
college, Guthrie, Oklahoma, for a
copy of the large Illustrated catalog
and explain what course you would
like to lake.
; r-T.-s?. gras5?.r«c "
815 Walnut Street, Kansss City,
A regular eraduate in medicine. Oldest In age an ' '
41 year" Special Practice Se and experience aru i.coortant.
Cvor 33 Years 111 Kansas City.
sutVlo'TrJS A'ii CHRONIC, NERVOUS AND SPECIAL [ ;
Curahle eases (uarsoteed. Au medicines furmsii.a n y ; " - ,
or I.JInous III-.lie used. N e d; ,0'"i' .
aV'cbite ««« nd nd (or wn
Consultation free aud confld-jutlnl. peraonally or bj letter. ^ I v;n* In j
Seminal Weakness and Varicocc^e- «-• c.«*-l
_ . —. .w.. I . i ■' -,s of thsfl
Seminal weanne55 ana
j Sexual Debility,,Ty^'uTi'ul
' f ) lk'8 ami ®i ' ss—ca'is i.g nljjtat lo>-rs
1 .1 ml loss of sexual power, l'
blotobea on thetace, eonfused Ideas ana ,
for-eifuln. sa, ba-li.ii'ness andlav- raion to (
«oct«'ty, etc., curt cl f<«r life. Ist >p uii'bt
ItMStrt, r^'ore s« xual powor, nerve anil
oral a pow r.enliirfio and strrngtiirn weak
parts a id maki- you fit for murrtage. Send
f .r f rp<i book ami list of Questions.
Stricture 'fauMe n.'.nU"tT0.1"
and Gleet ts* pain, no detent-Ion
from business Cure guaranteed. Book
and list of questions free—sent sealed
Inp nervous debSlHy,
sexual syitem, e tc.,:
* - i
ten . cured :
\ -.s ir
hotn h- xes—
cure, Hunt >eal * ■
I)r I J McKanna, the original 3-Day Liquor Cure Man, will
offer^t Home Treatment at $12.50. This same treatment will cost
$100.00 if taken in the Sanitarium. not t0 tll|nU nf nim.eu . o.e
ORDER TODAY BE CURED OF THE LIQUOR HABirj ^
n.. J J. MeKANNA, Oklahoma City, Okla.. mang 12.3. .dun. and m
1 • j • ,i a„,, t. P () Box 834 ter than thetnnelven. —I'hlUPI'1""" 2 ' urine difficult
Finest'Sanitarium ol its kind in the South. r. u. oox 1 — —.
And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin-
cent Was Vnable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework.
Pleasant Hill, N. C.-"l suffered for
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
1 had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadful pains in my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
(inking spells would come on me, 1
sinking t «H* ^iltiuon.i, would have to give up and lie down,
M il'wm"n«'nd' until il wore off.
°ee w'an? motl erlM home wag certainly a dreadfu| state o!
„ no'money, Ml'. healttl, whe„ 1 finally decided to try
.oi>oriy. according as ' ^lw^n troubie t"cht^^a,;1 e it the woman's tonic, and I firmly
•very man the meni.ure of fiillh. blame the ^'^^^eatment also cure. ^UU1' u
mnns 12:3. "Let eech tufet-'tn oth.T ! • md aged people troubled with
— ° 1 title* by day or nwut.
believe 1 would have died if 1 hadn't
After I began taking Cardui, I was
greatly helped, and all three bottles re-
lieved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
stronger in three months, I felt like an-
other person altogether."
Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-
acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
effect, on the womanly constitution.
Cardui makes for increased strength,
improves the appetite, tones up the ner-
vous system, and helps to make pale,
sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today.
Write to: Chitunooea Modlcirs Co., UJlei' Ad-
vlsory Dept., Chattanooga, Itor bprctal in*
struetimis on vi.uro« t***. Hu
Treatment for Women," s «m tape** *rapp«r.
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