Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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No man likes to he without a plug
of "Star" in his pocket. There's a gen-
erous treat in every Lite—a wholesome
satisfaction that has made "Star * the
PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO
Just as chewing is the most economical form in
which t ' acco is used, so "Star" is the most econom-
ical chewing. Though the best the
market affords "Star" is the cheap-
• est because it is made i:i full 16 oz.
plugs i!t hoice, sweet, beet-bodied
leaf. It : -T a more elastic and
lasting chi i.ian the l'jn 7, tender,
flight-bodied ,'nds that "chew up"
Inert s::i P' l ular for forty years
and to-day t!: tandard chew.
/j0,000j<")0 ioc. pieces
In A!! Stores
WAS GOOD BARGAIN
•5 ) toe Nanoiial f\re Food I -aw, Guarantee No. 2041. filed at Washington
r*>\i • in
Vi * f
r • ti
2&liforn:a Court S ic
For §33 ,000
Ln A ngetai, N v 9. —f 11 •* Ol
Velborn In tin St-te^ <1 ^
f t court t Kliv ti t-M t he Am it s >>
Kopek.i and Sin! i F ftirr.it n
laoy $330,000 rebating 'it - fim * ti
'.he c- urt fl ' an i
lenoudiate pennlty," tiif mix nuiu
11 < I: rr. u I t i.;i ve ^ h ♦-i ••
' ( ij CU> ul,a I tit- ir. iri • r •
The court rc?lpw d h* c*s inw I " ,,N s r b
en ooinmn to some le« tt 4; In ■ ic < V-rmn*-- i* v
I hat tpere we e s ffVten vt s • I hu r
t tf;.| ftltri *Stf>v Uatlnr <"ic *'v a , | ,... , |
. pr c ale ie j h.• l if •
h' um seuterc° and y urt \ •
D' i II f Wf. .. J ! J " *
ak- Impossible <t c niinu •• <• l:y i, ,ui , '..r <
The Sint* Fe concpa .iy was c 'iiv ^
|d on Oct b?r 11, last t> .i j v in
federal w'nurt of 'u ♦ <l ' 1
tlie G'md'J 1/in L n « a 11 n
nt company of A< >a I
OUDd t'Ullty-#41 all of ttie fl'J "Mifs p • m '•* M'Oii
tiarji-'l In tl)e Ind ctmcnt ait •' u • - • -e'l i ?
,n hcur'« deilber i! i m Ti re>«*t
kbicti were rftven m ^iptrinu «'
roe and cine lit from N on, Art
D L'<" Angeles ranged in ro u- t-
rini.'WcentH to lift. Tne o-ro i v
l*lni-1 llut the# am >unt- *• •- n- t I(J |
bates oo the t* u> Ur f ei*- ♦. rat* , „ , r
jJut were In t'n* r«rin of ' nax* ?• t > , v
" > '& Mljipp'. d wl)ic*.ll wv.re a n * ••. f i j, ^
• fcuch cUIok hi i u'-n teaafj.,
pre««Qt9d and pr vei la m i i.i ( f ,t
i a Perry vi-n
• r d W loll spe .t
U in ><14 enn
VN i I Stout h «f ending a few
i s v siti ^ i« he ci y ^nh
nd Mrs V. C.
' • V vl.|iU > l.s'
• c • try
• <-*• i«ir pi <if i Jh-
• ' n ri h s**< r
' ill fielr ti.i 1
'♦ k'.u •< r
^trltiif CharJ.y aiftj
•"up!e of weeks,
• •-•< < 4«%r. i j^fht
• l;enii* v f i • h i d
" i• li w loofcii p
nd J« e Apple
1! « • n k r* it dn k
" ;r>. we belie?e them
r (if or *fl ir a
A | | lUtli'C'H
I kr m Hsu.e to ahnfie
'•v m< I dngt'c
•• nd I' dinner, line
Life PilK, th^
' • 111'H.sne
is so pcrfcct in its make, so
simple in use, that begin-
ners in cooking may work with it
successfully. It makes home baking
easy, and makes nicer, better food
than the baker's. Nothing can be
substituted for it in making, quickly
and perfectly, delicate hot biscuit,
hot breads, muffins, cake and pastry.
Prior Baking Powdir Co, Cmioago
WICKV CALLAN MADE MONEY ON
Owner of Oi/'t Was Laid up, t>u
Still He t^ad <* Right to Feel
Good Over Hla In-
"Wleky Callan la laid up. but be
fee's pretty jr« nd," said Doe Peters, as
he took a b at in th ? studio and helped
himself to a cornrobful of tobacco.
"And what al's him?" asked Red
Bruce, whn was making scrawls with
a stick of ch' rcoal ob a \ lece of coarse
"Well. It was tbte way: Wlcky.
got hold of acme money last Saturday
Got a cotii lcte outfit of clothes and
then started to get an Inflt He got It
all right and took it home with him
some time Sunday night.
"Monday morning be woke up ".nd
searched hims elf carefully. Fou&i a
twenty-ease note tuckcd away iu th
fob pocket of hie trousers a ul made
a bee-line for Pluukltt's, where h<
broke in s-inie. After half a:i hour
he was feelins fine and concluded to
go down town and see if there was
He rode a couple of blocks cm th«
hack platform of a car when he
happened to t o an old bu^jzy standing
in front of a Junk shop with *Foi Sale'
" 'Stop the cr.r * said Wlcky. and
"Now. Wlcky never owned a horre
or buggy, never drove a hor^e 1n hip
life, but something told him he oughi
to have that i articular vehicle
"'How much do you want tar it?'
he asked the j-.ink man.
"Ten del If ii.'
'"Give you five.'
" 'Ta'ce It along.'
"Wicky c<• 11 hf l up th^ flre-fpeck-
er. At a *• :! s; stable he knew about
he bought a pretty good looking old
skate for $j.30, with the bridle af
"A light second hand harncse c sf
him four dollars. Thus equippe 1 hi
started off in great shape. The whole
aravan cost him about* $13, irelud
"He was dewn to fish scales when
:«e got through and it worried him
^orne, but he knew of a roadhouse Just
out of town where he could always
make a touch, so he started tc go
out there. Wicky wasn't mu^L on
the drive, and the horse soon found
it out and had pretty much bis own
"H\ was going alou? at a pretty
ffood clip on the river road when a
trolley car turned a corn r suddenly
and scared him so that he stopped
still. The car hft the buggy* and the
horse at the same time, and Wlcky fell
through the vestibule into the front
platform of the ra-, knocking the mo-
torman through t}.< door.
"Th< imrse we.it iuto the ditch with
both i le^s bro'>i ati'i the bugg-
was knocked to fllnd^r*. W'jcky Ia>
where he fell until they fetched au
an;bu.ance and took him to Lis board-
ing h* use.
i heir kifed the horne and carted
* . uy and burn":! the i.i'ns of the
va do*:e there
fron. fho trolley
<. of Wfcky s
nd a foun-
. led. He
who lake \acationsin Sanitariums,
years, exceed tfve combined sales
of all the other packaged coffees.
In sealed packages only for
your protection Don't buy loose
coffee out of a bag, bin or tin that
Drink l' - c 1 rr:'. 'nal Art tickles*
ARK SA Cofiee, t|ie blend cf
Bra/.'.' m re'1 «, most wholesome
and s' : -t;ng, as well as mott
eccno aL Anything dearer _
th: ARIOSA is j < n featherweight iatie.ns, but the i'.,e roaster is ashamed to seal in a
e: ,lpI, i. j do one can sell healthy vigorous manhood and package with his name on it.
as; I coffer I r the same price. | womanhood that conrtitute the) j( ^ suppiy
P, _ v.'iio <lrmk Arbuck'.es*; ii'-ftil maiorih . Tlje hist roasted \ .
• i ™ | "v" i ■ | write to
ARIOSA Coffee ate not dys- | package:' ccttce; sales or ArbucK- j ARBUCKLE BR03,
peptics wilh fashionable nerves les' AXU SA C«fip<* for 37! Nn>Y«iGi
Ne" f irk Bankers Ar< Shipping
' ck Monej \\ hrie ll
N Yu U Nd7. 8 —Ti e Ipsiiim
N v, Y rk banks were i xnituv then
viiv. s :ictiv ly t id.iy ti > rn^'-r, t i de
mirifiB nt i heir cuu fy CDrre-poid
■ tt' . r.<l riesposliors fur ourrenov.
'i n y dec kr? thai the Riiifi;e tlnri>
ira'i fr'iH several wesirrn s itcp>
Hint Uify are nut m et dk le^ltiui i f
for rurr ti y fri ic the -n-st
ure entire y unfounded, aufl that ar.
■I t'.c cm trary, ta^Jf K every pr<v i
• lie in uc.re to aid the west and
■ uufi, 'Jne of these lar^e hai ks
j with sever.! t* f-uvands correspond
|-i.t-, tns dep ted itt r-serve b,
| .c ut ! qiirt^r during tb« ia>t fe*
• «euk tu nupply curren y wh >re It is
in s nt led, aud lias mile Itr^e
j shi| it: r.ts t' bar.'.s In San Antonh .
jGi'v .n, Mcmpiiis, M ibile, A tin ih
I nun i Mer fcouiLe-n puinn, rnicnun
i try baiilis have been sllowed to draw
| ti ei. la^neesto a point which af
f'ird.s lu tii my cafes hardly enough t '■
meet t! e drafts tola In the priajury
cuerse uf b'istn St.
They have trr uirtit paper for re-riisl
Coin t, to their New Y^ik coirMpn: d
ents lu l rge atnotmts, and fie
Beginning orv the h
of November aiAcl con=
(inning until Dec. lst„
~y, bkit before
1 will offer all my Plows, Harrows,
5u!ky, Gangs, Cultivators and other
Fcrm Machinerv on one years time
AT REDUCED PRICES.
I will also sell my stock, of Carri-
ages, Buggies and srring wagons
and all other cash Tlerchand s^ at
greatly reduced i rices for cash or
g >o.i n >te5, will trad; for corn cattle
hogs or any thing that can be turn-
ed in to money. Must reduce my
<n:.,;\'u:y slttin;: i.r
•d with a j lef ;
Siln pen in t'n
answer'' Well V
- ed a release
lie ask'd tt.f i it
. 'mis. but tlie nj.i
'!.c«sht bo meant hui
iJ in ii lie iu! blra dor. u to three
.'-'em. Hu t? Well, yes. He's got
! u :■ d elbow, a scratch on the
• list, mid a out chin, but he'll soon be
■:t buying buggies and s:ch."
Cures "Sleeping Sickness."
Prof. Koch, the great German med-
ical aillh Titv, who has been In Africa
about IS months, iniiuirlug Into the
cau-es and cure, of that strange and
widely prevalent malady, the sleeping
si-l'.uess, has become famous through-
out a largo portion of the dark con-
tinent. He has treated and cured
hundreds of black men afflicted with
the dread disease mentioned, and has,
therefore, been given the title of
"Great White Wizard." He is continu-
ally receiving appeals from ail parts
of central Africa to come to the res-
cue of sick and dying persons. The
professor's treatment consists of an
Injection of atoxji, and the results of
this have usually been favorable.
A Strain on Credulity.
Little Mngt.'ie passed the summer at
a seaside resort where mosqu'toes
abounded. On the first Sunday after
tier return to town her Sunday school
teacher told of Noah and the ark,
and concluded by Inquiring if any
child wcrtild like to
"1 would," ventured Margie.
"What would you like to
dear!" Inquired the teacher.
"I'd like to know If you are quite
sure that Noah only took two 'skeeters
imo the ark." said the little girl.—
A Cold Nose.
A lady who owns a dog, and Inci-
dentally a little girl, heard a commo-
tion in the adjoining room. Upon in-
ves'lgutlng she discovered that the
co'.uiiiotlon came largely from the dog.
"You naughty child," Fhe said, are
yon trying to burn Fldo, that you hold
his head ho near the grate?'
' No, mamma," replied the little
girl; "I'm only trying to warm hl«
'S c m ■ I" in I he ti maud for cur-
ccd y to be slilpp-d iigaiust the bdl-
atice created by tiiesc rediscounts
hive beea la the nacure of an accom
muiatioa and cave not brouua t
cent of curreucy to the accjuutlutf
tiatks tu.y don't fiel that they
should be called upon 10 supply cur
euci in iarue amounts under tx.st
'i lie be>t possible Judgment is used
In meeting thes^ c ULtry dennnd.s
for currency. Jt le not usal txcept
iu s,tci 1 cases t<> ship all that is ask
cJ out a port.on ol wi.it, Is asked,
raogiDg .atouud one half, is usuany
shipped, the propntun varying ac
cording t > lb'.: casu strength of the
oank #-king for additional currency
or the supply demanded for legi t
Special tavor Is shown to tbe small
Interioi batiks where there is noc.ear
ing uouse beeaube Is is realized that
lhe> ate not in p< sition to cj'int up
en cooperation and tbe use of clear
ing house certiBcatts, ss in the case
of comxuunitles nivlog i nutnaer o
A SiKiiilieaut X'rayerl
On Brogan St Where y i
Territory Will Draw Cuijks to
Date on Nov. ] jtli,
LAST PAY DAY. Jooo on riitonai warr«nta Jiave
be> n t-onsid. rer! wilt edged in-
vtstinent hi d have be- n in de-
m i d at a pieiii.nm. N w ho^
cv.r, thai t1 e !>ioiis aie leuipor-
a ilj out (uiou y us il in buy-
ing ihe.-e \va*r-nts ti e ferritin .1
ffij rs Hnd eitiilo.ea h ivey fir
the fi st tune in . e ii- beic6tN-
Hjciei to 8^111 heir warra ts •
light li-c mnt
Gu hrie, Okli, Nov 6,_On
the day b fore the new stale a I-
minisiratioutikes ofB^e ihe t r
ritoriai a ditor will i^sue warrant
or the payment of the territori-. I
officers and em[ l i)ea who do not
draw their pay from the federal j
govermn>nt. These war-nts|
will be taken to tbe trea-urcr'si
1:1 orrier to i e I- v<s i ll.) pfHii 1
^iringincy in Hi- m iey m.rkto,
11- \e> lith-ume t uro .ler 5
15 cenl dej sil l e h.is I a1' 111 li'H sn \C
-o.O nit i'l' III I M\. ti • w II I .ti
in «i v r torn n • e t v.i-k f r ' r
office nnd regiater.d. The l'a |
ment wid be fur fitieen dais' sal j
ary dating from Mov ml r
"May the Lure help ion make Buck
en's Arnica £aWe known to all,"
writes J, O.Jenkins, 11 Chap>l Hill,
N. C. It quickly took the pain out ol,
a felon for me i nd cured it In a won 1st and Will tmount to atoui $4'
derfuliy short time " hest on earth
lor fions, burns and wtunds. 25c at
all drug stores,
I In let; Clout." ll *
lie l*i.ie f. oil law
ti \ I .I tine f
A Criminal Attuck
on an In offensive citizen Is frequent-
ly nude in that apparently useless
little tube called the "appendix."
It'sgenctally tbe result of protracted
constipation, following liver torpor.
Or. King's New Life Pills regulate
the liver, prevent appennlcltis and
establish regular habits of the bow-
o a g «i re.
There were several smill s^ran* jn
and around tho square list evening
but not hint' Worse than * bloody nose
reiuited and tie. f . in police court
eward of any kind,
Tlie Mas i) 3 I"!.-- f 1 s I' v ll 1
m 11 i u I" li s' u I" '• I 1 -i /
vhi in . A111 tie • '• ■ > t a
•• (| :i ' rlefcf 11 i h ' J. el > I
i m i s-X ) Uf ni . • w re .
U tne >ii r
1- s not h ti li b ir<
c> is not worrying Tenitoi i I, u . t i
Treasurer Rambo. Tiiese war nis.-ii-.! u .i
I'tir d«'.r—ti?* •;
As terri o'ial effi.e s are paid
in wa'rents dr«wn against the
g' neral lund the financial st • igeo
ran's run f r thr e and ou.-' a f
years and d^aw 6 per cent i it r
s st, Most t ri tT'ial olfi-e
liave been in ihe habit of se. ing
the warrants to tl.e bat.ks whiovi
have been paving a prem u n nf
from 2 to 4 jercent fur th-M.
As the warrent ii d' b etlnets o' !
Oklahoma Territory is oily a
little oier fllo .000, aid tie
amount in the treasury cvet 5S-,
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Welch, V. C. Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1907, newspaper, November 14, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc118138/m1/3/: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.