State Sentinel (Stigler, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 4, 1921 Page: 3 of 8
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STATE SENTINEL. STIGLER. HASKELL COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4. 1921.
WAR IS STILL ON
Itoyal Company Hail Already Fore-
stalled Decree by Changing Its
Practices and Relies on Supreme
Co > t for Flmil \ indication.
(Frotn N. Y. Journal of Commerce.)
The much debated controversy in
baking powder circles over the label-
ing of "Dr. Prices' Baking Powder"
by the Royal Baking Powder Com-
pany, which controls it, has reachea
another milestone in its settlement in
the form of a decree of the Federal
Trade Commission a few days ago
ordering the Royal Baking Powder
Company to cease and desist from:
1. Using on the new phosphate bak.
ing powder manufactured by it the
so-called "over-print label" or the so-
called "new label" (which was
similar to the former red label used
on Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdei
made with tartrates heretofore used
by It), or any lattel simulatin or re-
sembling in coloration, design or
general appearance the labels former-
ly used by respondent on its "Dr.
Price's" brand of cream of tartar
2. Selling or advertising for sale
said phosphate baking powder under
the name "Dr. Price's" or "Price's"
unless the word "phosphate" is incor-
porated as part of the name of said
baking powder on the labels thereof
and in the advertisements relating
3. Advertising or representing in
connection with the sale of said phos-
phate baking powder that respondents
"Dr. Price's" cream of tartar brand
of baking powder has been reduced
4. Representing by advertising oi
otherwise that said phosphate baking
powder sold by respondent for many
years under its "Dr. Price's" brand
The respondent is further required
to file a report In writing with the
commission ninety days from notlcu
hereof, stating In detail the manner
in which this order has been complied
with and conformed to.
As an episode in the perpetual con-
troversies of baking powder belliger-
ents this is of considerable Interest,
but according to a statement by vice-
president Frank D. Bristley of the
Royal Baking Powder Company, In
charge of the Company's sales opera-
tion, it will not have any material ef-
fect on either the company's practices
or those other phases of it which par-
ticular interest the grocery trade,
however much it may please some of
I the company's competitors who are
i commonly reputed to be back of the
I "This is an old matter," said Mr.
| Bristley, "and deals with past history
as the ruling agrees with the United
States Court of Appeals decision ot
last year, with which we have been
' co tiplying for seveeral months.
| "The Federal Trade Commission's
. -rdor to erase and desist is substan-
tia!!; in accord with the decision of
the Court of appeals and refers only
i to the former red label, and inasmuch
las we have been complying with the
'decision of the Court of appeals since
Ilast November by adopting our pres-
lent golden orange label, the present
I order of the Federal Trade Commis-
j sion to cease and desist will cause us
no further change.
"In February, 1920, we were cited
to appear before the Federal Trade
Commission in regard to the label we
were then using on Dr. Price's Bak-
ing Powder made with phosphate.
I Prior thereto a similar question was
i raised in proceedings begun in United
j States District Court in Arkansas, the
j decision of which court we appealed
'to the Circuit Court of appeals, which
| confirmed the judgment of the lower
[ "From this decision we took a fur-
ther appeal to the United States Su-
| prome Court, where the matter will be
finally decided. Pending determi-
nation of this appeal, the Court of ap-
! peals granted an injunction prevent-
ing interference with goods bearing
the red label, some of which may still
be in dealers' stocks.
"Notwithstanding this appeal and
injunction we ceased using any of the
labels in question immediately upon
receipt of notic of the decision of the
Court of appeals on November 5 last
and since that time no Dr. Price's
Baking Powder made with phosphate
has been packed or shipped under the
label objected to.
"We are very anxious fo rearly de-
cision and find determination of this
controversy by the highest tribunal
the United States Supreme Court-in
which we feel confident our right to
use our old and well established red
label with the changes prescribed by
law on Dr. Price's Baking Powder
made with phosphate will be confirm-
ed. Meantime, we are not sending out
any of these goods excepting with out
new golden orange label reading "Dr.
Price's phosphate Baking Powder."
Child Cured of Bowel Trouble.
A child of Floyd Osborn, Notary
Public of Dungannon, Va., was talcen
with bowel trouble. Mr. Osborn gave
it Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy and it quickly recovered. In
speaking of this remedy he says, "It
is the best I ever used."
SKRVICES ARE MANY.
■ How many different services doe3
It lights the home, sweeps the rugs,
doe? the washing and ironing,.lights
! the road for the automobile and even
; f.res tho charge in the cylinders that1
i maktv. the car go. On the farm, It i
| churns and pumps the water. It j
i drives the city street car and the in-1
| terurban. It, operates the signals
itliat protect one on steam railways.!
Lit curls milady's hair or gives her|
j husband a massage. It carries the j
voice over thousand^ of miles of wire |
or even sends it soaring through |
(space. It brings the news of thai
! world we read in our daily papers
I and prints the paper for us. It
throws our favorite motion picture
I upon the screen before us, it figures |
in the manufacture of everything we j
luse in the prepaAtion of practically j
(everything we eat. Electricity is a
I servant who works silently and falth-
i fully. It never talks back.
The Choctaw Power & Light com-
pany <s now Irn'.alllng '.wo
PROF. C. J. Bl'DLONG
Manchester, N. H.
'I am in good health for the first
2 000 tlme ln thirty years andj gave Tanlac
|K V A. transforirM-s at it:' powe. ;tht! entire credit," said Professor C.J.
station at McAia.nei- whirl nr.! luid| Budlong, well-known and highly re-
j ;0 ,.t. ,mong the lnrgcst trar,.f..rnn'r!ij Reeled citizen of Manchester, N. H„
| in tue state. ;<iey will o: used tc. llving at 42 School street.
|"stop up" the ii.U'O voltage .ouara'cd "From the time I was a boy I
22 000 voU&ge for tr.:i m'vumis couldn't sit down and eat a meal
j „ver the lnes <>f ft compaiiv Mete without being in misery afterwards
f rrmers ••.itc'.i are operated in from indigestion. During al 1 these
jcoi diction with 111r e 1,00!- K V A j fears I was afflicted with rheuma-
Il Tiu f ormers which are navv in '159. j tism, too. It was all over my body,
j but especially bad in my feet and legs
j A local company oi eighty Ana-j and at times I couldn't get from my
Idarko citizens has been given the! bed to my chair without help. I was
' franchise by the city council to fur-1 almost a nervous wreck from all these
'nish that city wth natural gas. Be-j years of suffering and could not half
! fore the franchise becomes effective do my work. I hoped for nothing
DIKMl'KES CASE TO
BE HEARD AUGUST 24
Sensational Poteau Murder Trial Is
Set For Hearing Late This
Poteau, Okla., Aug. 2.—The trial
of P. P. Disniukes, oone of the lead-
ing citizens of Poteau on a charge of
killing his son-in-law, Orphus Var-
ner, former commander of the Amj
eican legion post here, was today set
for August 24 by District Judge Har-
vey L. Melton of Eufaula who has
been assigned to hear the case. The
defendant's counsel kdvised the court
there was a probability that a con-
tinuance would be asked at that tlnus
on the grounds that one of the lead-
ing witnesses for the defense was ill
and out of the state. The court in-
dicated that every effort would be
made to bring the case for trial on
the date set.
Varner was shot to death at the
Dismhkes home on December 261ast.
The examining court of appeals de-
nied bond, but the criminal court of
appeals granted bond in the sum or
$25,000. The case has attracted
wide attention owing to the primin%
ence of the familes involved. Dis-
mukes claims self-defense.
HOUSEWORK IS BURDEN
When you feel bad, out of sorts
and yawn a good deal in the day tim«
you need Herbine to stimulate your
liver, tone up your stomach and pur-
ify your bowels. Price 60c. Sold
by Stigler Drug Company.
Woman's lot is a weary one at the
best. But with backache and other
distressing kidney ills life indeed be-
comes a burden. Doan's Kidney
Pills have ^nade life brighter for
many Stigler women. Ask your
Read what Mrs. J. R. Wood, 609 E.
Jefferson street. Stigler says:
"From the experience I have had
with Doan's Kidney 'Fills, I am glad
to say they were very satisfactory
and I am glad to recommend them.
Sometimes I have severe attacks
when my back aches and pains so
I don't feel like doing my housework.
I get such awful dizzy spells that ev-
erything turns black before me ana
specks come before my eyes that al-
most blind me. My kidneys act ir-
regularly and I know they cause the
attacks of backache. I take Doan's
Kidney Pills when I have this trou-
ble and they certainly are fine for
they always relieve me right away."
60c, at all dealers. Foster-Mil-
burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
One practically new one-ton Ford
truck, is in good shape and a new
model. Will consider a trade for a
new Ford Touring car, car must be
late model and in good shape. See
J. T. Hodges, Route No. 2, Box 8.
I the citizens will pass upon It at an
The rapid growth of Oklahoma,
during the past twelve months, Is Il-
lustrated by figures of the secretary
of state showing that building and
loan companies have been compelled
to Increase their capitalization al-
most $40,000,000 in that period t<
| meet the demand for money fov
more than temporary benefit from
Tanlac, as I believed it impossible for
any medicine to give me entire relier,
but this is exactly what Tanlac
"For the first timee since I can re-
member I eat anything I want and di-
gest it without trouble. I haven't an
ache or a pain and have put on eigh-
teen pounds in weight. I just feel
good all over and enjoy life as I never
did before, having put Tanlac to the
test I do not hesitate to say that it is
the greatest medicine of the age for
stomach trouble and rheumatism."
STATE CAM SET ASIDE CONTRACT
I A franchise has been granted by
j Granite to A. M. Spears, G. M. Brown
I and J. A. McRee for twenty-five years
I to furnish natural gas to that city.
(Laying of pipe will begin at once
| Purity and healing power are the
! chief characteristics of Liquid Boro-
j zone. It mends torn, cut, burned ov
scalded flesh with wonderful prompt-
ness. Price, 30c, 60c and $1.20. i utilities each performing a service to'
I Sold by Stigler Drug Company. j the public. This was asserted posl-;
-v I lively by Judge John H. Cotteral, in
' I the United States Court of the West- 1
Oklahoma City, Aug. 3.—The
state corporation commission has un-
disputed power to modify or abrogate
contracts made between two public
The Best There is in
Always Insist on Having These Brands—Valuable Tag on Every 10c Piece
Pictures Taken From 10c Bags of
Are of Equal Value With Tags
USEFUL CUTLERY SET—Nine Pieces and the Wall Kadt for 100 Tags
Write Today for List of Over 30©*0ther Articles
Tobacco Samples by Mail 50c — Special Inducement to Live Dealers
Address: Smith & Scott Tobacco Co., Inc., Dept. A, Paducah, Ky.
All Premium Offers Hold Good Until June 30, 1922
era District setting at Oklahoma City
when he refused to grant a tempor-
ary injuntction restraining the cor-
poration commission and the Okla-
homa Natural Gas company from car-
rying into effect the city gate rate or-
der governing charges for natural gas
delivered to local distributing com-
panies. The court held that the pow-
er of the state Is supreme in such
matters and that it can vchange or
set aside any such contracts which
may vitally affect the publii incterest.
The court did not pass upon the
merits of the itcy gate rate order
which is a matter o l'dispute as be-
tween the Oklahoma Natural Gas
company and some of the local dis-
tributing companies. This was out-
side the purview of the federal court,
Judge Cotteral held.
The Oklahoma Gas' and Electric
company brought the application fo
an injunction declaring that the ab-
rogation of the old percentage con-
tracts between the Oklahoma Natur-
al Gas company and itself viollated
the federal constitution. The com-
pany also bontended that the new gate
ate increases the cost of gas to thu
company to such an extent that it
will sustain a great loss and must ul-
timately secure a higher rate for gas
from the domestic consumers unless
the city gate order Is nullified or
greatly modified. Attorneys for the
Oklahoma Gas & Electric company
contend that the percentage con-
tracts were private contracts anc
that the Oklahoma Natural Gas com-
pany, in furnishing the gas to the
city gate of Oklahoma City, is per-
forming the service of a private cor-
poration and neither directly nor in-
directly serves the public of Okla-
Counsel for the Oklahoma Natural
Gas ompany however contended that,
in delivering the gas to the Oklahoma
Gas & Electric company, the former
company performed a public service
and acted as a public service corpora-
tion. He cited numerous authorities
10 show that all the rates and prac-
tices of public service corporations,
when selling to other public service
corporations or their customers are>
subject to supervision and control by
the corporation commission.
The Oklahoma Gas & Electric
Company attorneys announced that
they would appeal to the suprenle
court of the United States. The ef-
fect of the decision of Judge Cotterai
is tc remove all present obstacles to
the collection of the new city gate
rates for natural gas put In effect by
the corporation commission as or
July 1, and applying to the Oklahoma
Natural Gas company and the Qua-
paw Gas company, two of the largest
gas producing and transporting com-
panies in Oklahoma.
In its 24th successful year—
Total Disability and Old-Age Benefits—
Losses Paid PROMPTLY—no needless
delay or red tape.
$110,000,000 Insurance in Force.
Over 68,000 satisfied policy holders—ask
Premiums adequate but not unnecessarily
high—see rates per $1000 opposite.
Other ages and amounts in proportion—
Insurance written on the lives of men and
women from ages 15 to 59 inclusive.
D. L. WADLEY, . Special Agent
G. W, Shobert
Real Estate Farm Loans
"You Get All You Borrow"
Office in Rear of
Keota State Bank Building
13he OIL GAME!
It's Facts and Fallacies,
PRJNCES AND PAUPERS
Produced By Oil Ventures.
And Wildcat Companies.
A HISTORY OF GUSHERS
Promoters' Tricks Exposed.
Geology vs. Experience.
This PHAMPLET 10c.
T5he Oil Inspection Co.
2403 Eysian Street. Houston, Texas.
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Henderson, Virgil L. State Sentinel (Stigler, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 4, 1921, newspaper, August 4, 1921; Stigler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc99893/m1/3/: accessed June 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.