The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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ant)1 ordered vut.
LET THE BOY8 HELP
Why is it tint boys art allow-
ed t>o sit in the house do:ng noth-
tig- while their over- worked
"iothe> is s»r-.g* tig agfcjrjst
nature and fate to do about half
tilt * <;i'k waiting for her hands?
Only the other day we saw three
arge able hodied boys, lounging
about the house, not knowing
w'hat to do with themselves,
wm.» mother, alone, tired and
pa.e, was trying tx> do the work
lor a ja/y< family afid company.
Sot a boy to help alrout the
house? Why not? Is there any-
thing about washing dishes that
v.jJJ injure him? or about making
the beds or sweeping or setting
the table or washing or ironing,
or cooking a plain rneaJ of
Vitus-*7 On the contrary, there
is too much to benefit him in
such work, the most important
*jt wh)« i» is to gain the idea that
it is rot msnly to let the weaker
/•ssel" carry all the burdens,
when it is possible for strong
bauds to work. Most boys would
glady help in the house if they
were asked to do so, and were
taught how to do the work
properly, Ma/iy a smart l>oy
wants to help his tired mother,
but he doesn't know how, Ireyond
bringing in w<><al and water.
This done, she tells him to go
and play while she plods wearily
on. Not a hoy's work? For
shame! it is positive harm to
his moral character to allow him
to think it is right to he ,<Jie,
while his mother is struggling
under her burdens. Let the hoys
help, and those who can't get
help "for love or money" will
see their troubles disappear.
In one of our neighboring
schools the teacher was instruct-
ing a clast in composition and
said. "You should not attempt
any flight of fancy; simply ue
yourselves and write what it it
you. IXj not imitate any other
person writing or draw infumutt-
ion from outside sources." At
a result of this advice one aright
lad turned i n the Sol low my: "We
should not attempt any flights of
fancy but shou ;d v *-?t* what it
in us. If: me there it my stomach,
lungs, heart, liver, two applet,
one piece of pie, one stick of
lemon candy and my dinner."
^'het you go into the pos tofL' *
and inquire for mail, don't try
to fill up the delivery hole with
the north end of your body. Jf
you merely stand off and fire your
request through, those whom
you address will respond prompt-
y. After you receive your mail,
don't stand monopolizing the de-
livery while you look to see the
post mark and guess who the
letters are from. Let those be-
•nnd you have a chance, for life
is short and time is fleeting.
Please remember this and you
will confer a favor on those in
Do You Know
CAMPBELL 8 EDWARDS
'] hey are the "real Photographers” of
Shawnee. They make good photos at
Reasonable Price* niee new styles
iarge and small They do first-class
enlarging, finish *your KODAKS, etc.
DON'T MISS THEM!
I IS 1-2 £ MUuu St
>: >: w
Over Gfeaceoft Druj5 Stof*
The true thrift of the people
of a town may be judged by the
dooryards they keep. Beauty con-
tributed to the happiness of all,
and only selfish hearts can see
n o g'xyi i ri ex pend-arranged
premises. The public spirited
citizen, the truly benevolent
soul, the heart of good mors Is,
and t h e thoroughly religious
mind will never permit thorns or
thistles, brush and briars, and all
manner of unsightly things to
make unsightly his surroundings.
E. B. Mundy’s
Hardware and Furniture Store.
J - g!w.\i\ Awake !•) thu WUliU of III*1 eummimity.
The »/;,re that h ads while otliurh follow.
The »tor«j that ia fir L in price Uriel flrit in quality,
of goods sold.
The store that in lirnt in service to it» cuntomern.
We spare no pairr* to Heeure for you anything in
our various line at the lowest possible cost.
Try Us on any of the Following Lines and
■■■■■■ ■ ^ BE CONVINCED
Field and Yard Fencing
Pumps and Windmills
Harness Repair Work
U ndertaker’s Goods
Garden and Field Seeds
Paints and Oils
Wagons and Buggies
Shoe Repair W'ork
Ge neral Hardware
D you subscribe for The En- W Remember our motto is, “TO PLEASE” /
terpnse now, you get the Okla- V S/
homa f armer for two years ^
hu?tehVT^' ^^elltnd -
bargain *l%iA ,remendous bi* Read the Advertisements and Prosper
The Family Gough Medicine
An idle and vacant life, even
with all the aid amusement can
give, is nut calculated to he a
happy one; and this simply he-;
cause Providence lias constituted
us with a view to activity, as
that was to lie the means of
accomodating the raw materials
of the physical world to our
needs, Idlenesa, therefore, in
jures and disorganizes, while
activity alone will preserve health
and prolong life, Who are the
happy people of this world?
I hose who have something, and
not ton much, to do; that someth-1
Iny being suitable to their tastes, \
Who are the unhappy ones? Alsu!
Wliul a large portion of the class
is composed of those who, having
all their needs supplied from
other sources do not need to
In every homo4 there should he
a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, ready for immediate
use when any member of the
family contracts cold or a cough.
Prompt use will Stop the spread
of sickness. S. A. Slid, of
Mason, Mich., writes; "My1
whole family depends upon Dr.
King’s New Discovery as the
best cough and cold medicine in
the world. Two 50c, bottles
cured me of pneumonia," Thous-
ands of other families have been
equally benefited find depend
entirely upon Dr. King’s New
Discovery to cure their coughs,
colds, throat and lung troubles.
Every dose helps. Price, 50c,
and $1,00, All druggists.
II. E. Buckleri&Co. Philadelphia
or St. I .outs.
This Well KNOWN Firm GOING Out of BUSINESS
CfcOE worth of Merchandise to be
SOLD for what it will bring;
and comes just in time for your Winter Trading. Just
room for a few PRICES—Come to the store, watch
them move the goods.
1 lot of Men’s Suits bought to sell up to $9.00, to be closed out /ft f'k
1 lot of Boys’ Knickerbocker Suits, Sizes up to 17, bought to sell for /ft r-v m **
$4.00, to be closed out at.......... ...............................
1 lot of Youth’s Suits, bought to sell for $7.50, to be closed out /ft -* /ft
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Sule Starts Thursday, Oct., 16, and remains until everything is sold
The Fit-Well Clothing Store
Don't lie afraid to do your duty
because some one ridicules or
opposes you, A man who ban
opinions of tils own and the I
courage to advocate them will be
sure to have opposition in this 1
world because ho runs contrary
to other people's opinions; but
just keep right uhead if your!
cause is right and your con-
science dear. Don't bother
yourself about what people say;
life is too short for that. Some
will abuse you through envy,
others for the want of principle,
and some because they honestly
(Uffer front you; but if you keep
right on openly, manfully uml
intelligently and with proper
dignity and character, honesty
of purpose and self-respect, those
who differ from you will respect
Ladies’ $2.50 Shoos,
high and low heel,
made in patent, dull
kid, a n d ealf
leather. Also velvet,
the I lest in Okla-
homa at the price.
3 I ASI MAIN
When in Shawnee, LOOK for the BIG SIGN.
A ball ling mystery story will
soon appear in The Enterprise.
We do not Intend to wait until
"The Woman" is finished before
surprising our many readers with
another good story. The in-
teresting part of "The Woman"
has not been reached yet, as all
serial stories are found most
interesting near the concluding
chapter. When you finish read-
ing "The Woman" and can
! truthfully say without a stricken
conscience the story wasn’t a
corker, we’ll make you a present
of a year’s subscription to The
Enterprise absolutely free.
The tongue is a little thing, but
it is mighty in power. It can
make or mar the happiness of a
life or of a home. It should be
closely guarded. The sayings of
one unkind or unselfish thing
makes the next easier, and so on,
until a habit is formed that can
never be entirely overcome.
The prosperity of a town de-
pends chiefly upon the confidenc
the people have in it. No town
can prosper whose citizens are
untrue to it.
For all kinds of Cider and
Cider Kegs see Win, Peters.
Eczema and Itching Cured
The soothing, healing medicat-
ion in Dr. Hobson’s Eczema
Ointment penetrates every tiny
pore of the akin, clears it of all
impurities — stops itching in-
stantly. Dr. Hobson’s Eczema
Ointment i s guaranteed t o
speedily heal eczema, rashes,
ringworm, tetter and other
unsightly eruptions. Eczema
Ointment is a doctor’s prescrip-
tion, not an experiment. All
druggists or by mail, 50c. Pfeiffer
Chemical Co., Philadelphia and
Make it a rule to have the
hack yard, at all times, as clean
as the front one.
The bargain offer soon closes.
Better subscribe today.
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Brewer, L. E. The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1913, newspaper, October 24, 1913; Wanette, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853879/m1/2/: accessed March 25, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.