The Terlton Enterprise (Terlton, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1914 Page: 2 of 4
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Suppostd Origin of
Prior Vo King Solomon's time,
ja«t before the bailding of hit
great temple, the mesons formed
themeelves into a bend to keep
oat unskilled labor. If the in
eeriptions on the base of monu-
ments may be balleved, Masonry
ia over 1,000 years old. These
masons were exempt from tax
uUon, thus deriving the term
• Free Masonry." Over three
hundred years sgo the first or
ganisatlon of Mrsonry for spec-
ulative purpose was founded in
London. It has spread over the
entire world, being organised
for speculative profit to mankind
The Master Masons degree was
originally called the summit of
Aneient Oraft Mesonry. Under
lite incomplete, becaus it needs
Ti e Royal Arch degree is I ei-
lwpl>4 the mont widely diffused
ul eU with the exception of t h e
Mantor Mason degree. It i s
railed by Masonic authorities
"Uie heart, root and marrow" of
Masonry. Skiatook News.
man makee one little mistake,
or oommtte one sin the world
immediately forgete their many
virtues* and kind deeds, and
proceeds to call everyonee atten-
tion to the error.
COURTESIES OF WAR.
MYSTERY OF THE SALMON.
rktir Annual Mad Kuahee and DwNi
After Spa wit inf.
Tin* world"* greateat anlmon rnna SIS
a In* found uWmg tbe nhorH of tbe
•mrtb Ph-IIW* tximti. la tits etata* ef
iV-inblngton. < iregon and California,
V |ir« In- e nf Rrltiab Columbia and
Innicu. mi rt><" American aide, sad M-
•tl« mill .In|mih. on the Aalatk iMa
• far. however. hut few nalmon have
nit •anned mi the Aaiatic aMa.
I'«i •mw> who han never wltneaaed
■>m- mi iiit.il run* It la almoat an Im-
<«v|i>Mtr to eonray an adaqnata to-
*wdmf or Pie conntlena number* of
ti timi *wlia In from tbe aea in tbe
tf <rirliiK and anmmer, all Imbued
1th i>)<• miime denlre—to gain anitabla
-vimn4n In the upper raachea of lbs
Among tbe Knglieb.
Wbas tbe Boon advanced oa Lady-
anltb la tba Tranavaal war tbe lata
Melton Piter waa one of tba twenty
newapaper comapondenta wbo threw
la tbeir lot with the Enftlab army la*
atead of making tba hurried retreat
that waa atfli poeelble. Ia bla booh.
■CampaigBa af a War Correepoodeat,"
be tells many tntaraattag incident! «f
Tbe enemy aaccaeded la placing thir-
ty-two guna aa tba beigbta above tba
town and baft ap each aa taceaaaat
Are that tbe troop* a ad civilian* were
aoon lagaged In digging bomb proof
ibelter* la a abort time tbay learned
to dlittmnrtab tbe different Boer guna
by tbeir aoand and gave them amuaing
namea Three of the large oaea tbay
called "Loo* Toai" NPufflng Billy"
and "Weary Willie." Then there waa
"Silent Hunan." no named bacauaa tbe
bursting af a abell waa tbe flrat warn
lug we got that it bad been Bred
"Bloody Mary." aa yon may *uppo*e.
waa looked opoa aa a beaat of a ma
In apite of tbe bar or tbat tbe ran
aon worked, tbe aoldier* aoon grew ac
cuatomed to tbe abeiling One day tbe
vera. M tne of which are from IJBOO to • Second tlordon bighlander* were play
How much lifelike is a news-
iwi*>r. When the paper makes
one typographical error, a doa-
n or more people will call the
vrlitor's attention to it, forget
;ng or not aeeinff tbe hundreds
•<f words wliicli arc epelled cor
lectly or the tbodtwikl# of let
t *r* put to the viglit place Just
no in Hfe. When a man or a wo
.Wv mile* In length, where tbay may
•••rpetuitte the upeclew.
No oh*«ta«-ie a Pi tear* too great to ba
tiriiioMited in tbla feverlah ruab.
M'tnpiiig falln. ahootlng rapid*. dodg-
ntr w«M. lienr*. iilrd*. mink, otter and
iliee enemlea. Rghtlng with other
,> *«. wlimn tbe near approach of tba
reeding m<:iaon render* eapeclally *av-
v'o i l> thene ure taken aa a matter of
Ami yet one aometimee wonder* if
ilie hwilr «trnggle la worthily repaid,
'ai ill,' moment of victory la alao that
ir death, aa. aad to relate, theae
r«ll:itit voyager* can breed but onco
ml then n u*t die. their waated bodle*.
will h liave received no noorlahment
«lrce leaving Malt water. Iiecomlng tba
prey of any prowling bear or carrion
tilvd whhb may chance npon them.
Why tlie*e (lab ahould all die after
ipiiwnliiK Htlll remalna one of the great
n limitved ur-Kterle* of the arlentlflc
world -wide World Magaalne.
J. E. E ALES |
Cleaning pressing and repairing.
::: Ladies worka specialty:::
GIVE US ATRIAL,
SUB SCR I B E.
HOUSTON & MOORE
Cleaning and pressing neatly done
A share of your patronage appreciated.
FIRST DOOR WEST OP CITY HOTEL.
ARE YOB BEADY?
To Let us figure
Job Of PRINTING
You are needing so badly.
We are prepared to do good print-
ing at a reasonable price.
Ing foot ball, when a abell plumped ia
anion* them Poi^iinatnly. no one
hit. and they went on playing. Tbe
Boer* were an Intereeted. apparently,
tfoit they irare up bring and actually
aat on tlie edge or tbe bill*, watching
tbe imme. Then, when It waa all over,
the Arlng atarted afreah
Mm tlilx wna not tbe only courteay
the enemy abowed. On Cbriatmaa day
they WIlilted tbe happy mam by aalToa
of abell* Tbe ftnt two tbat fell into
tlie <-aiii|m of the carabineer* and tba
Imiierlal Light bora* did not burnt
Wlieu the shell* were picked up It waa
found tbat wooden plug* bad beea in-
aerted In place of the fueea. and Inaide
tbe a belli* were plum puddlnga. On tbe
outalde were tbe worda, "With tba
eompllmeMa of tbe aeaaon."
C. E. KIBBE
Hardware, Furniture, And
Carries a foil line of Shelf and Heavy
Hardware, Buggies etc.
Abo carry a fall line of
Coal and Gas Stoves, Gas Fittings
and Plumbing Supplies
! TERLTON DRUG CO,
I The place to buy your Drugs and Drug
•Sundries- A oomplete line of school supi lies- j
jj Proscriptions Carefully Compounded, j
? p.** hn. KtAt.innerv. Enveloiw Jewelery, Import^, and doni-
THE CRUSH OF WORLDS.
t« wilt Cem« When the botar Syatem
Falla Inte the Sun.
Tbe wlMile of the pn«M>nt aolar sys-
tem la ultimately to full luto the sun.
cauainit nil cx|iioai(Hi Unit uiuy reauit
In ii new jai.ni *ywteui Hurb Ih the
theory |>ut forward in ti*- Journal of
Nut urn i S- icn e liy ITubwi* I'hlllp
1'iiuib >i *ve'i known iiKtmnoimr.
wh<me >i*tiiitntioii b.-ia r«> te«l |>riii<-||tnl
y ii|itni IiIh wwarcbcw Irto •tii dlfl«ini
■Hi the imam
Tlie n«>Tl'l feature ot I i rantb'a
tb<«iry la t If lit II N laiaed upon theaup-
IM^aitlon thai a rre~t part >f the known
aolar ayktelU. im lndimt ea|WH lully the
(tlsinetN .iupiter. 1'rainm anil Saturn,
are not rnuiiiuaed of uilneral matter at
nil, hut are tmiieiidoua inaaatea of Ice.
or hulla of Ice aurrounding a mineral
kernel Furthermore, he declare*, a
part of what la now known aa the
Milky way la not mineral or gaaeoua.
but "a ring of Ice duat." maaaea of
particle* of ice aiiH|iended In apace, the
outer planeta receiving a coiiatant ad-
dition to their Me maaa from thla
Profeiwor Kautb declarea that the
wcirltl already at aome remote period
baa iiiul n almiiar experience, reaulllng
in I la* dentil of nearly all animate na
f.ire. and that all H|tec|ea of Hfe n we
know It h< re arinen aiia-e then Kven-
tually the pin net« awlmring through
their iwrwlne orl ita will fall Into the
anil, caiialng a new exploalon and |>er
lia|M> the Mrth of a new aolar syatem.
tmt for ihotixiimla of yearn lierore tint
time ml life, either on euitli or eine
when*, will hate dl ap|ieiired.-New
Ablie I'riidt. 11 minor light of'Nn
(wileon'a time, waa a moat conceited
man The Duke of WelMngioii m. t hi 11
ill Pari* at a dinner given In honor of
hlmxclf Tlie uhlie iniiile a long or*-
Hon. ' liletly ou the atate of political
1 niTalr*. and concluded with the worda.
••We owe the aahatlon of Kurope to
one man alone." "Before he gave me
time to hluali." aald the duke, "be put
bla hand on liN heart and continued
•To iue.' "
All In Harmony.
"Hifre yon lieen In Mr* tllider'n new
"lt'a fnrnialied iierfectljr exquisite.
Yqu ought to *ee the autlque*! Erery-
thing I* JitKt n« old aa it can he Why.
ahe haan't neglected « alngle period."
"Yea. What ilo you thlnkY Hba'a
eren got a Queen Anne vacuum claaa
err -Cleveland Plain Healer.
An Oath of tilenaa.
tn certain diatrlcta of Weetern Au*-
trnlln there are women wbo take an
oath lo remain *llent after the death
•of their hualaind*. In mime cn*e* tl ey
will remain mute for two year* after
the funeral, and very often the oath
la ke|it clan by tlie mother nimI mother
In-law of the deceaaed.-Pari* Revue
* Fine box Stationery, Envelops Jewelery, Import^, and doni
j eKiic Cigars, Vasaar Independent and Waldrep Candies. ^
| The Terlton Dm* Company \
When In Need
Of anything in the Dry Goods,Shoe or Grocery line
Call on the GAYER MERCANTILE Co.
We Will Treat You Kight
Highest Maiket Price Paid for Produce.
Gayer Mercantile Co.
K>*o o^o*o*o*t,*o*o*o*o^o<*o 1
S. R. MOORE,
I i«ery and Feed Stable at the Star Barn.(
Fresh teams, good rigs, at any hour day or night
The Star Livery Barn
•a ♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦*♦ ♦ ♦ <
j Notice is hereby given that on after the first day of
| November, all lights and stoves that are not used
I must be entirely dis-eonnected or charge will be mJde
' an 1«ollected.
Whipporwill Oil & Gas Co.
By C. D. Armstrong.
T\) live rlstht. use
*/?re Vou a Subsc iber?
C. K. KIBHK
J. MARTIN HAYDKN
Kibbe Hayden Lumber Co.
[ Lumter rnd Building Material of
! all kinds
I TERLTON, : t OKI.A ]
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Moore, H. C. The Terlton Enterprise (Terlton, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1914, newspaper, January 29, 1914; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc178574/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.