The Granite Enterprise. (Granite, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, July 20, 1917 Page: 3 of 9
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THE GRANITE ENTERPRISE
SHE FEELS LIKE
WRITING A BOOK
Would Publish Broadcast thf
Good Taniac Otd, So Othara
Could Know About It
SAINED FIFTEEN POUNDS
Oklahoma Troops In Camp
Fort Sill Reservation Scene of Interesting Work These Daya
CALOMEL DUKES VOU SICK. U6HI
ITS MERCURY MID SALIVATES
Straightan Upl Don't Laaa a Day's Work! Clean Your Sluoglah
Uvsr and Bowels With "Dodaon's Uver Tons."
sidelights on sooner war camp
•I Would«1 Take All the Meaey |«
•SCMt Ol« Of IM 0M4 Taniac Mm
Oo«e *«," Mfi •« *
It I ho people Is this rtljr rr«!itw
•hat Taniar did for m*-. >imd m>(
I'D ItHMMMHtd l tflra hrrt. |<>ii.- rr« w,
Mill Mr* Maui* C. ttuod. 6lu M<•.(<)
•Ifrrf, Mrtuphia. Tmn. rvrrniljr.
"I suffered trti yun," *li. ruatla-
twd. "and tu )u*t about n> n.-ar a
| h) «ir«| wrwk aa a person ruuld be.
I had trouble with 111) kidney* and
Momarh aitd got In *hrr I had In live
on the very llghteat fond and ruuld ra|
•ery Hill* of thai. The |ialna In my
•luinat li with awful. I waa ntr.tmly
nervous and couldn't ilrrp and waa
aeidoui free fr« in headaches. I f*lt
tired all the time and waa easily irri-
tated nl vented, I l t a great deal j
of wrlght and Anally got an weak and ,
runduun 1 could hardly drag myself
•round. My color waa had too. and I
waa Anally told I would hare to go to
tbe hospital and he o|M-rated on. All
the medicine I had tukcn seemed to
Binke me worae Inatead nf better.
"1 have actually gained fifteen
pound* on Tnnlne and I feel like a
new woman In every way. I can Juat
eat anything I want and everything
agrees with me perfectly, lioneatly
1 wouldn't take all the money In
Memphis for the- good Taniac did me.
I have no more pains about my hack
or atomnch and arn not nervnua like 1
was and I sleep fine every night. 1
don't know what It Is to hnve a head-
ache now and all the tired, hud feel-
ings have left me and have taken with
them that dread of an operation. Tan-
lac haa done me ao much good I can
hardly keep back the tears of gratl- !
tude. and I feel like writing a hook on
Taniac and sending It broadcast,
where It will reach those who suffer
like I did, ao they will know about this
There la a Taniac dealer In youf
rgt' CnkMnel wkN tom tick Taka
• 4am ot Um vii«. «m>rwa drwg i
aight aad tomorrow yw auy Iom a
CaUm.l la —rcury or quicksilver
• hleh causes necrosis of tba bewt
• 'stomal, Whra It comas Into cootac*
witb soar btl« rraabe* lato It. break-
l«a II up Tbla la wba* tom fael that
awful aaa*«a aad cramping. If you
f *l sluggish aad "all knocked Ml." If
>our liver la torpid and bowela com
paled or foe ha«a headarbe. dl«tln*aa
coaled torgur. If braatb la bad or
atoMcb aour. )uat try a spoonful of
Samtiraa fkidaoa'a Uvar Tona.
Mara'a ny guarantee—Go to My
drug store or dealer and gat a SO cent
battle of Dodaon'a Uver Tona Take
• spoonful tonlgbt and If It doeeal
| atraigbtaa you right « and aaaka mm
teal Am aod vigorous by Maratag I
• ant ron to go back to tba stare aad
I gat ytar money Dodaon'a Uver Too*
| la daatroylng tba aalo of calomel b
! causa it la raal llvor medicine, eatlra-
I If vgetable therefor* It cannot aaU-
I vat a or make you sick-
I I guarantee that ooa spoonful of
fV >4 son's Liver Tone will pot your slug-
j gtab liver to work and clean your bow-
ela of that aour bile aad- constipated
waste which la doffing your system
and making yo« feel miserable. I guar-
j antao that a bottle of Dodaona Liver
Tona will keep your ant Ira family feel-
ing An* for montha. Olr* It to yo«r
children. It la barmlaoa; doesn't grip*
aad tb*y Uk* tta pleasant taeta — Adv.
Canada's Liberal Offer of
Wheat Land to Settlers
is open to you—to every farmer or farmer's son
who is anxious to establish for
himself a happy home and
prosperity. Canada's hearty
invitation this year is more attractive
than ever Wheat is much higher but
her fertile farm land just fas cheap, and
in the provinces of Manitoba, Saakat-
c he win and Alberta
IM Act Sis * i li in toasBy fit la Settlcv*
-4 Otfcr Laai SaM « haa 113 Is $2* fnJUrt
Tba fraat demand for Canadian Wheat wiJI
keep up the once. Whcra a farmer caa get
near K for wheat aad raiae JO lo 45 buahrla to
the acre be U bound to nil ——ay — tbat'a
a hat you caa expect in Western Lanada. Won-
derful yieMa aiao of Oali and Flaa.
Miaad Fuabi in Wcatern Canada ia fuliy as
prantabia aa induKry aa grain raiatna
TV>aiM!lMt (raaaaa. fall a>T aauluoa.aratfea only
t —4 raqalrad eliaer fur S^af ur dairy pmnnur*
ixxdartiuul* rDun h*< o* rt uie..ni ii!« l.<-Utu t«
atratlaaL TVrf la aa onsaaal Si
.ab> r in i*Mm th man; yooaf
lulaalMnd fur ta war rlia fc
Sosaad for farai
uen ibn bar#
One little word may make i
friendship or breuk an old one.
"The making of a soldier" ambracaa many things beaida long houra of drill, the learning of the leaaon of al
aolute obedience to officers' commands and a study of war tactica. In the picture are ahown three aidelights on
camp life at Fort Sill, where our own lads are training for the aervice of their country. The "awimming hole." juat
around the mountain north of camp, ia auch a place of beauty aa few Imagine can be found in the weat. It ia a _ ..r-r>
basin In Medicine Creek, juat below the famoua "Medicine Creek Bluff-" Th* "hole" reaemMea a pleaaura resort HE FOUND WAY TO WAKE HER
every evening, as lada by the score come down for their daily plunge.
The army Y. M. C. A, shown in the upper right hand corner, haa a wonderful Influence over lada In army
Ufa. It furniahea them with books and magaz nea and atationery, a place to vlait and a place to "leaf." In the
tent are graphophonea and moving picture machinea and many other thinga that go to make camp lif* pleaaant and
bring a little bit of home life to "Sammy" in camp.
The lower picture, the army hospital, ia the placa where both Oklahoma guardamen and regulara are
treated when III. Evary guardaman, private or officer, receivea the beat medical attention that can be procured
ilfrauua. IK law a Caa .
G. A. COOK
2012 Mala St., Kaaaoa City, Mo.
Canadian Government Agent
Miniater, Annoyed by Woman Who
Persisted in Sleeping During
Service, Had a Bright Idea.
A thunderstorm may purify Uie at-
mosphere, hut that is poor consolation
to the uiun who has been struck by
No Place for Them.
"Any beech trees on your place?"
"Oh, no, we are not neur the ocean.
We have no beach."
Dr. B. F. Jackson, Celebrated Phyalclan,
banded down to posterity his famoua
prescription for female troubles. Now
sold under the name of "Femenlna."
Price 60c and 11.00.—Adv.
"Did he tell you all the bright thinga
his youngsters have been aaylnip?"
"What did yon say?"
"I told him children should be Been
and not heard from."
ADJUTANT GENERAL AT WORK
1918—I have decided to go out for
the golf team. I have sucb a good
build for golf, you know.
1919—What do you mean by having
a good build for golf?
1918—Well, I look ao well In knlck-
"Do you believe dreams ever come
true?" asked the landlady.
"Yes," replied the cnndld boarder.
"I'm quite sure some of them do. Last
night I dreamed that the cup of coffee
I was going to get this morning would
be as weak and Indecisive as a man
with a receding chin and no Job."—
What Reaponeiblllty Does.
The saying runs that as soon as a
lieutenant Is made a commander he be-
gins to carry a stick, and as soon as a
commander becomes a captain he
"turns religious." For Justification of
the latter part of this assertion there
exists the undoubted fact that naval
raptalns are mostly serious minded
Ben who give some thought to the
greater things of life. Possibly their
ours of loneliness may conduce to this
rame of mind, though for the most
•art their leisure hours are given up to
itudy of matters connected with their
filing. One well-known captain there
ras who used to hold prayer meetings,
which any member of the ship's com-
pany could attend. "Remember there
ire no rates to be picked up here." the
raptain would warn them before the
neetlngi started, meaning that any-
>ne who came there hoping to curry
'avor and thus get promotion would
e disappointed. And In this the cap-
sin was always as good as his word.
THE DRAFT QUOTA
Oklahoma will furnish 15,654 In th«
draft of America's new army.
Her present enlistment In regular
service la designated at 4,344.
Thru the governor and the adju-
tant general, quota* for counties and
exemption board districts will be ap-
It is unofficially estimated that Ok-
lahoma County will furnish about 600
The total for the state, 15,664, la
about one In every 16 of men ragla-
Oklahoma, In the list of states sum-
marized below to furnish the total
net quota, is fifteenth.
She ranks above such states as
Kansas, Iowa. Wisconsin, Nebraska,
Tennessee and Arkansas.
New York leads all with 69.24L
Oregon Is to yield the least—717.
The list, as announced by the war
department, represents the net num-
ber to answer the call, and figures i
quoted as representing present en-
listment in regular military branches
rmy, navy and National Guard—
was deducted from the gross to make
the net draft quota.
The total gross quota of OMahom-
ans In military service therefore will i
be the 15.564 plus 4,344. or 19.908.
Here are the lists by states:
Net quota already
The minister of L la one of
thoae quietly humorous characters of
whom there are muny in the church.
He has a deal to contend with in
his preaching, and the chief matter he
has to combat is sleep.
Many of his hearers begin to doze
the minute he starts preaching. The
minister arranged with the verger that
Id future he should endeavor to wak-
en sleepers from the pulpit.
He managed this successfully for
some time, but one Sunday he failed
to rouse an old woman, a well-known
Innkeeper In the parish. At length.
Just as he w as about to yield, a bright
idea struck him.
"I'll waken her this time," he ex-
Striking the side of the pulpit firm-
ly with his clenched fist, he called out,
"Anither pint here, Janet!" whereupon
the good old Innkeeper started up and
replied, "Coming, sir; coming!"
The man who Isn't capable of win-
ning the love of at least one woman
made a mistake In getting born.
A little red riding hood these day*
means an auto hut.
Th* frigate bird spends most of Its
life on the wing.
Don't Be Yellow
You want to see your clothes
on wash day, a beautiful,
clear, dazzling white — not
yellow—don't you? Then use
Red + Gross
and watch the result Don't
take chances—get the best
bluing—that's Red Cross.
for 687.000 In U.S.
Adjutant General Ancel Earp is sending the "Call to Colors" to six hun-
dred more Oklahoma lads, whose privilege it will be to follow their flag to
France In a regiment made up entirety of Oklahoma men. The Oklahoma
National Guard, now in training at Fort Sill, needs the men to bring it to
If I was
I d sell
Pist of Columbia
Camp life at Fort Sill is in education in itself. In the picture are two
dlapatch riders. Oklahoma lada who will pro&ably be carrying messages
ehind the lines in France within a few month*. They are practicing dally
. ver the Wichita foothiila, and regular stud/ teaches them the rulaa of war-
M ssourt .........
New Mexico ....
North Carolina ...
Kouth Carolina ...
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Druggist's Experience With
i I have handled and aold Dr. Kilmer's
| Swamp-Koot for some time and have
beard customers claim that it had pro-
duced very satisfactory results in differ-
ent ailments of the kidneys, liver and
bladder. 1 have nothing but favorable
reports at hand and my personal opin-
ion ia that there is not anvthini
market that will equal Swamp-.
disease of the kidneys, liver <tTd
and I know of a physician who is a very
strong believer in the Merits of Swamp-
Boot. "Very truly yours,
THE J. M. WATTS MERC. STORE,
J. M. WATTS.
Sept. 29, 1916. Wattsville, Miss.
Frove What Swamp-Root Will Do For Yon
Send ten centa to Dr. Kilmer A Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample sixe
bottle. It will convince anyone. You "ffTT* 11 n I a I In Killer
will also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling about the kidneys m «n«., ii.m.
and bladder. When writing, be sure snd ,u,,ou, >se oa aaia ava.. ssookotn. «. *.
mention this paper. Regular fifty-cent
and one-dollar size bottles for sale "at all
Not Fully Developed.
He—Have you ever been kissed?
She—Oh, yes; but it's an ucquired
All good Grocers sell it.
Large Package 5 cents.
Kill All Flies! "MP
Flsod urwbere.Dalsr *!"• attracts aad UlkaO
fc* Mnt. etaaa. oraamuital, conntiMBt, aadckM*.
Ma Knows It.
"Mn. what is the goose step?"
"Your father demonstrates It every
time he dances with me."
Money b ck without question
If HUNTS CURE falls in the
treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA.
Itching akin diseases. Price
SOc at druggists, or direct from
13. Ricturts McSicIm Co. . Stem,In.
Before marriage a young man some-
times gives hia sweetheart a lock of
his hair; nfter marriage she sometimes
Sold for 47 years. For Malaria,Chills
and Fever. Also a Fine General
Strengthening Tonic. "*
Weak, Fainty Heart, and Hysterica
can be rectified by taking "Renovine" a
heart and nerve tonic. Price 50c and $1. Uv.
The more faults your neighbor has
the less you ought to have yourself.
Ton cau correct yours by his.
After Hi* ""•""•"mimmtmiMmoiimmmc
= MovIm ?"riae is for Tlred ^es. I
: WIOYllI Red Eyes — Sore Eye*—-
= aa yoor Teetfc aad with the came nw^fartt; -
E OMfWTWH WOWnNTKimtl I
2 Sold at ini and Optical sum or by Mail, s
ftW ^ l> ftw IMS 1
FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE
Dissolved in water for doachea stops
pelvic catarrh, ulceration aad inflam-
mation. Recommended by Lydia E.
A healing wonder for naaal catarrh,
ao«* throat aad aore aye.. Economical.
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