Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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PKHKY, OKLAHOMA. T«Umi -V
S e 11 i n e
They cost you
men a"d Ch ldivn.
WE never realized how great
a business could be done on
l>ood underwear unt I we got Mun-
sing Underwear There is hard
ly anyone who can't afford to wear
it. It's the mosteconomicai, com
fo'tableand sat sfac ory Baler-
wear that Ccan ^be jJred. There
are about 5000 people in Noble Co.
wearing Munsing U"derw«ar, are
you one of them? If not, why not''
all iHies, ccrs-ic'er Us Ifran any
yon can buy a 1 size^ for men, wo-
We are showing the
bests elected li e of Lad
ies «nd Children's Cloaks
we have ev r offered to
thetrade i-nd have marked
tin m a avi ry lew pric
to induce early buying
while th assortment*
an' sizes are'ull. Don't
buy C oa sunt'! you have
see >nr ii<• e andpric--,
GRAND JURY CU V
Betarn* Indictmeuts Accused St llAbeTo
.Against Thn e Ljncheri y
Pawnee, Okla , Hut 12 —The feder
al itrand Jury here today returned !•>
dlotxentB charging murder aita-nm
"Mike" White, "Sbortv" Green and
••Ued" Williams In connection with
the lyncblntt of Frank Bailey a nut"'
rook, at Osage station In lie Osa.«
aatloaon July 10. afier Bailey h d
abut and critically wounced John
Kelly, a Katv railroad bMkeman AH
1 he Indicted men are union tmpolytfc
of the Kmy rall'oad.
Bible In Tree
Flagstaff. Ariz , Nov, II—At
the Ore nlaw lumber camp, near
FNgsttbflT, something tba sogges
ted the quotation, "Sermon^ in
stone*, books and good in every
thing," has been fonnd. It *
a Few Testanent which, years
ago, bad been placed in the fork
t>f •' tree, and -Which is the course
of time had become almost com
plataiv -^he b«rk
and wood, The book s still in
fair condition except where in-
dentation bad been made by tbe
grOwiig wood and except for
nibbling by sjuirrds, It is prin
t«d in English in
parallel colutm s and probably
was the property of Bume pious
wool cutter who plaice it where
it would -be bandy to hie camp or
to hia work.
0. iTH'trr ->U 1' ' '
I lent. >••>*
tilUB Ills tlrst 'i 1 t
Krun td i> m 11 <i
Mr. Ciev. Uiirt, «
ionjiu.i W1I1 ..<1
l-nd nf R ck) II 'I
<tt tAi.od idi-, Mr •
iud't wn rep irt,j I
0 quail and w..ofl
ed. Mr, (jievi Uu"
the spurt i«d w. I
G ■ )d IJi 1
, I It, w
Migbty Army Ever Engige*-ln Serv-
ing and Protectirj the Pjbllo—
Detected and Barred.
0' v Ki ink Frantt hat aunoaneel
••* n iU"iib 1 if ttie fuilovlng
■ i m nven i 111411 fr<>ai Xobie county
•suele. atei.fi 'hv Trana Mississippi
imngrem ai MuskogeeNu . 19 -.0;
Uemge A Punier, Parryj tf. Jer.
me, Ori..nn i Rryun Cm ey, ° Perry
Richard lla 1 111,1, Pern jG i. Bryan
ferrj: B-*n Jones, M<irriann| Qeorge
•lnUser. Her v: i! Hinde,
"J m aa o> «*— lt lb#
. . . I f ',1'Hl
0 ii> thu '«
111 M «eti I '
K,- ■ li v 11 c [
< K r| till
I iti 4
c. -vat m*n neon'- i
th' 'uubiy er>J i) ed
• ' mam I ter in
the werk at Hum U *'m t/li
only a few mde'< hp"'
Ju t how much of Ita amazlnz da* (
valopment this vaet country owes to
Ha postal service would take volumea |
to tell. A mighty machine la thla,, One i i of Hunt's Oure Ik unfall
whose pulBlng Is felt la every hoI°" | imk,>. hi i4ualitiUt-iy and bai>bitefy
and place of buelnese, ho**ver vuarni t« d t cure ny torm t,!
^' I- ««". ...r ,
' ra 1 l> I employes^ strategically deposed In I •« ■(• "y -Hie.,,.* ann ferm*. r -
" ,"'t" • ! gome 70,000 offices, which handled last | curlrg ml form* of It- blrg know
tf'i'M iia* | yeJlr u,361,090,610 setarate ptecea of kmema, 1'eiter, Rlr iiwoimtl
mall, % .
It la evident that to protect these
postal myriads, and to see that their
units ara not used for fraudulent pur-
Kimilai inilthsie n'uMd
a, 1 ■ aln 1 ; 1 U'PH iiv 1 ne hoi
J k .VIHii|.in Chine in from Pon*
Tbe laoles < t fir Pr shy e Un Am
will bnl-1 a F". ort Kjohaniie neit Sal
urdsy, November, tn nenh sii-* > I
square in bulliiiny reerntty V* ►te'i '9
Ofce Barton Bi«.k store Heie la wilt ra
yau can add materia h m our >un
<lay dlnrer, si rr.nin I sa eipense
t.^#D to prep ire I he snme El h' m .
Don't fottfei So.. ib II 2 if
Tbe Pulms iei o Uawia'e, M"..
Daniel A. Bunh, aaia 'f De*lt' 'a
Kidney And Uledder PiMn, • 1 id ««•
ng *o well, ant* imprnvirv so faat ii>
fceallh that I ranno' !-a> t-<o mucti f"1
your Kidney A Biflder Hill.. I feel
Uke a new man." DcW'tt'a K'dne
tod Bladder Urn are i<'id ny all drug
When tbe hany i« rroes ai d has *o
worried aid wore out ync will fln«^
tbat a little (W*a*« et. I
known remedy for nahl * and child
ren, will q iiet the mtle one In
short tlm- Tb- ingredle la a
printed pi "Inly un the bot.tie On.«
tails no up 11'I
> 1111 ems just re-
pii'e* ft< ra 25
-1 23 Our new
I'r . eta, Lockets,
11 (il>M, Silver
«a e 11" kni'-s. Haud
Pa ■ t-'t t'hin ■ for tbo holi"
tia s ar .•e^iuii«i g' to ar—
n\e, r nd ^ ihem
When the Mtnmaob, heart, nr K'i
My nerves u«i weak, than the. nr
gMM always fail Don't dru^ 'be
Btomaot), nor kHm' l^te me Heait ■ r
Kidneya. Tb t. m "imply • makeah fl
Oets preacripilo kt.« wo 10 driwi'it.
•verj where as L i. ' h -" j V natura (
tive. The Kea ora> l e is pr> pari d , P
ixpreasly for ihmn we* Inaide uei vi*,
8trcngtben f t-a< 1 fiv . kuild il em it,,
ap wlib tv Ki 1 ps H>"■ 1*1 •
ktior 1 quid aid h<- low qu'c^l>
belp wIMonoie, hf fairph t 1
en requ. t hy Itr. Sku'p, R'O ! •. *l
Tou bsalth 1- ai.rely wmIIi th as mpi<
dt. lr h- • I ' n il'd.
1 1 l ^ •
O. Man ;'< D ard
John Hansen i-.v-lved a mea-
• gethie moruing I'Oin hie moth
er at Hobart stating tint hia fath
er had died verv su Idenly. He
l«ft on the south b nnd train,
O. H«nsen and ^i 'e were' resi
•dents of our city f r aeVf ml jeare
and the Old waa lion
:ored aad retear d by all who
knew bim. The synnp.thy ol
! thiifntire ccmu'ii'y goes otit lo
' tbe beteaved family ia their s> d
'and sudden los< of r loving bun.
band and kind and uidulg-nt fatli
SMteSZ ss.-c.ty h. iBfor«.
master 0«neral Oeorgt von L. Meyer, ed us H at lie l nd bought •
Crimea of all klnds connected with gtreel fh( W C-rniva, ^u!#|
tbe post office are published In a Jour- . . .
nal never seen by tbe ordinary public aiatl ig m. rely of snak«« and
—the depredation bulletin of the aerv- Wl)U)tj j„ tjlc e£riy «.,rj,w| pa|
lc. which must be read by every sol- ^ t .
fine. And, as you may suppose, the
work of what I may call tha secret
service of the poet office, U Immenaely
1 k ion*
1 if r«pulta >r
i a Bri aohltls.
■ ■ nd Ci. sump-
' e • i.dk<quencfp.
•> <.r a enid sore
^e S'mn '>aa'
..>hea th# irfita-
' •' n «id pr itnpt.
STRAYED—from my t-l-c*- in
Perry one hliei and | •• '* lib c.
dark bty 3 y a s old—if\
11*8*—d w tf J. B Qjurn
t *nk laie town-
I I'liev do
Change of Location
Dt. W. B. Brenglc who bas been a
practicing physician in our city since
the opening of tbe "Strip" has re.
moved lo Orlando where he will cw
tlnue to pract'ee his profession Hn
hag betn txtrtmely successful In hu
practice 10 tain city and surrounding
coon'ry and to this !luore than snv
jtber causc Is due bis removal to Or-
lando wbt-re ibe people actually de
manded his continue presence At
a practloner there Is none better In
tb-1 oew s'ate and bis friends a>e gl d
that bis change of location w II n> t
In any wav lnconvenlei ce them as he
Is so close tbat a telephone mes*age
will reach him at any time tad re
celva Ms Immediate attention.
wblle we are snrry to lo<* Dr.
Brengli we have only tbe bei-t wishes
f ,rhls future success In tbe new
home he baa cnoaen and commend
him moat heartily to tbe ptople o
•'W s Uiva N ay 4iial ar '
The followlag la sn extract from a
lei ter received from Mr. H, H. vl ■ /
ers of Stutgart, Arks "Tou would
greatly oblige melf;vou would Intro-
duce Hunt's Ugbtnlng Oil at Mllllge
vilie, III, aa I bave many frlenla and
relative* there, In whom I am much
roncen.ed, and 1 understand the best
medicine j ever bad In our home. Jt
cured me of a bad caae of tbe Bloody
F ui lo leas than 000 balf biur. and
t curad my grrnd daughter of a bad
c*se of Ue«lera Morbus In a very abort
If yrn area democrrt and aspiring
w any appolntlue office under tbe
.sew Aito/nlttratlon you bad better
attend tbe inangural ceremonies st
guthrie Saturday. Tbe Bepubllcaci
have tsd tbelr day In Oklahoma.
Oat or Mgkt
"Out of sight, oat of mind," Is an
old asylng which applies with special
force to a tore, burn or wouad that"
neen tresttd with Bocklln's Arnica
Salve. W* out of sight, oet of mind
an^ontof eilsteass Piles too snd
ubllblalns -41aappesr snder IU heal
ing li fluenes. Guaranteed by al
W. E Gilpin of Billings Awoolste
vrand patron of tbe O. K 8. of Okla
hnma went to Guthrie today for tbe
pr rpoae of Incorporating tbe Grsnd
Cbaptt rof this lodge In tbe nsw slate
Police Did Not Interfere
La*t winter -'The Write Oips" * ay
presented for a 'uil week at the E'
lU.-tJi ibeatre In Atlahta,Ga.. ►b'-ri
I'yafierthe lerrlhi^ race mts. *1 d
lie police were waiciiful, Indeed, t.
s^ethatali was just rl^ht, srdn-
niauded a special performance twfore
tffiof wald permit the play to fce pre
leeuied. Chief of Police Jeniilo^ ei
pressed himself as belny highly pleas
ed with whtt he saw, and. cf courw,
.'k>w was In no wise interfered with.
In thl> connection tne Atiama U n
tt. tution, oce of the most represents
ti e of the Southern press, said among
Vth r favorable tUiuKS, 'The law ai.d
or;.tr-(«ky.'i'Ae White Caps,' is at
trac in reenrd breaklo^crowds nluhl
ly to toe ElDoiadn the.tre, and couia
lie witnessed with benefit hy ever)
white an 1 biuck person In Atlanta.
Judging alone by the attendance, it
would appear as If ibis was tbe rial
desire on the part of, at lea'.b, all of
tbe theatre pa: ro'jtof the city,"
'The White Cipt" will appear at
tbe Gtand Nov '23 Saturday night,
Come* Info Effect With State-
hood Says Commissioner
Shawnee. Okla Nov. 13—The mo-
ment President Roosevelt' proclaims
statehood the two-cent, rtllroai pis
songer rate will be Inforoed In Okla
boma. This Is tbe positive state
ment made by Col. A. P. Watson, a
member of tbe corporation commis
"I note with considerable amwe
ment fiat railroad representatives
are being quoted through tbe press to
the effect thst tbe two oent rate wll 1
not apply la Oklahoma until tbe rail
roads can be given a bearing before
the commission." said Ool. Wataoa.
"Personally I shall bold tbat the
constitution provides for tbe enforce
■ant of the two centrate Juatl as t
provides for tbe enforcement of ttste
wide prohibition I believe tbe con
mission sbouid held tbst tbe railroads
will be in open violation of 1 ue law
from tbe moment the statehood proc
lamstlon la Issued sbonld they refuse
to reaynlae tbe two oenc provision
snd tbejr oomplalntosn be he.; 1 1 t
erbythe commission. It Is up to
them to show tbe commission thst
tbey are not esrnlng a Just compens
stlon under tbe two cent rate."
every year tbe p'jopte o.1 the United
Statcg contribute the eno V®oub sum
of 4100,000,000 to get-ricb- * ick
dle'r of the postal army under paln^of ^tbe show On the road,
>OR HAlK-a U. b 0' mmlMteneis
-eal fo' ' e tib Judicial niaWlet al
Interesting l"e 4" ^'F'' *' d !,trl01 ut Ouhl^tiat
Monday morning frequently bringa Fm )nc n quue at tbis> ffiw. Tht
• startling wire to a state center—: ol> thing "-tenable of tba UHtMl
"POat office robbed last night; safS.^blo i.Bce la ihe >01cial seal and ws
blown with guncottoa or nltroglycar- j dre «l In g m nl.,>ONe of |r S' a reason
in." An Inspector is on the M I 4:j,e piles. First , flit>ts«r'ed,
fast as express trains will carry aim.
And a stringent Inquiry Is begun M The le^ulai meelitiKof ttv O S S
the spot. Occasionally suspicion falla iiccuis 1Luisdi.y eveniDg of this week
on an Inside man, who. If convicted. t« d winch Ihe Giat.d tfairon Will be
taken before tbe federal courts and „res, l, a„d ,i. is earnestly lettueated
aentenced to at least three yeara. _* j i, all n>< mbeis si d >f|e tally the
may mention here that every poat e.- f8 |( , . tt • • d> i Ce.
flee In the oountry Is periodically over-.
bauled by an expert and everything) — >. i„ .. i umi niers I
from staff to stamps checked^ | We w 111 clo> e tier busHf.t Sh a far as
passed All well. And Incidentally ,
all compJalnt* against .postmasters. • * '<■ «="' on Uovemher M,
carriers and clerks are sifted, for 1# 1 jnd wid redeem a 1. mpU bottles
charges mora or less well founded are and case* ai Oklahoma Cliy and
often laid ,-ifS.hist these for Intoxlca- Gut rie, a so pay fit gbi fi.in our
tlon, laziness loitering, carelessness ^ (Terent, a^i t-cea tp lo Deennher '
or (kwnriglrt dSsbanesty. 1907.
But the fnuidaSeot use of the malla jj.y jo1(j TbtaN Ti>fn 4
through swiudliae %dk?ertlpements Is,
vastly more dlflfcaUi on account of, j , ,. -
legal technlaaiitles and flaws of which David Thrler, or 'aie'
swindlers know so wiVl how to avail who lost i fiitsi Gflt\
themselves. Jk>hn Hi*, Jr.. of the Chi- ,.g e tf|c R (^r ttig, writes
cago board of trade, estimates that ?l ,:rt ,ban a. y memcnf * m' f*
"or sev< ral ears I bad ' ^ efe' 100
and i hie, and paid i ut mue '*tnao S|| irotK
little , ,,i M money for uje
All classes are affected, fi ,om t'16 Kan taking Elilrlc y>,., V' ' ^
laundress to the lawyer, clt *8>'tnan not take * t<0 f„r ° "" • • would
and merchant. There are vici ^ns 'n do. for me ' G " they tt
the cities, on farms, ranches am ' plan-1 ^ ^ r "'CMC tot
tatlons, and In every haml« and ltttle G . t alt-rail' ',n,,aie WctFret
village. For distance Is «* b" t nf ai'ror " d
bridged by the United States mall •n'j „ nfJg Gu la®e hick arrt v*
the public's money flows freely ■. ** I Ued ly
quickly through that gigantic arter.
Only the other day ah enterprlsln ' I
"seed" merchant was sentenced to i M
year's imprisonment and a fine of $500. '
Amateur florists all over the country j
bad for years been receiving gorgeous <
colored catalogues from him and In n
every case he announced the discovery | n
of a rare and marvelous flower and be
agreed to send a small quantity of tbe
precious seed for one dollar a package.
la the flrst flush of entbualasm few
amateurB let such a chance go by.
Even professional florists subscribed.
Ob each package was tbe usual trade
notlcs that no guarantee could be
given as to germinating power, but as
such a notice is quite usual In tbe' unprepar. t
trade few buyers balked. I..,. . . wall .
Much anxious watching, careful °" ^00 fof
watering and weeding availed nothing, goods be'oti ' We ihfu,
however, and for tho most part tbe lr „„j
gardeners concluded tbelr methods1 P " ) ^ 'ee to
were too crude for so exotic a flower.! it that we h; ti e go reidy
A New York woman thought other- . , ,T" ^ «, _
wise. On receiving her packet she *0,fl*rert y< '®' Y00 ®raf
took It to an expert and found tbat ask for them,
the priceless "seed" of that wondrous u „ u . . Ut l. _ .
bloom consisted entirely of palm leaf ' nnn
tans crushed Into seedlike fragments, ed al <>ni 1 tiee ol ^ T1* ds and have
(jennrt ufly re'utnis <wi stock
• SI* diu^gmt
frrm rt iU
•or ifnnds „n ^::rz *ost P,
' coessaij* b, ,h„ , . * is Bade
r n.h2 ^""dctcy of th,
"8 Store Wa„f
*er find this dnig 0tore
fcervt, your wants.
Science Studies Your Baby.
of the fml dro* st * g* da yo«
Science takes a large and oompre- will non he retain) 'Olf, Jto
henslve Interest in modern babies and matter ah.i it .. . - .
baby-statisUcs, says the September , Wh"',4 " >"B *ant '
Delineator. I drn* st< i«* oorts YO ¥ ABS
The average weight of hoy babies at CERTA IN -n act if at HOW-
blrth is seven pounds; girls about sis e . .
and a half pounds. During the flrst ■RwHLUK o. And lem. 'IBher
three days the child loses weight: aft- that at Howtn Obler'sxOn oas tha
er tt Is a week old It steadily la- "jwupay
enuti. 11' west prit. s for thiok that atV
A child sbouid increase la weight ^ ,.an h honght an. wh«r.
two pounds for every addition of aa 1 . . ' wnera
Inch In height between three and feae t" th • cny, No one in Okla
(set. and two and «£halt pounds far ma T'n e .e % H wri dohlej
•very Inch between Ka end five reefc | "
The healthy baby trtp>« 't weight
at birth In one year, *«>irit « this la
six yeara. quadruples 'hi* t*nt ta
II yeara, and at !l a ium ■«'.saa SB
his weight at blrta
Sou'.h Sidf ^ qua re,
! HONENO 4^
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