The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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Avoid Sedative Cough Medicines
If you want to contribute
directly to the occurrence of
capillary bronchitis and pneu-
monie use cough medicines that
contain codine, morphine, hero-
in and other sedatives when you
have a cough or cold, An ex-
Ethel Webb was the guest of
Mattie Mclninch Sunday night.
Mrs. T. C. Wyatt of near j
Shawnee was down the first of!
last week viski^g her children.
Mrs. J. R. Webb was called to an<^ Sunday.
J. C. Ray and wife visited his
son, Cort Ray and family, Satur-
Lindsav Thursday to attend the
The following list of small ads bedside of her daughter, Mrs.
... p,, , i ■ , should be read over carefully as | j£meB Mclninch, who is quite
pectorant like Chamberlain s they may suggest something you sjej<
need- want or something you can
Cough Remedy is what is
ed. That clans qut the culture
beds or breeding places for the
germs of pneumonia never results
from a cold when Chamberlain’s j
Cough Remedy is used. It has a
world wide reputation or other
sedative. For sale by. All
Howard Finley, of Byars, was
over transacting business Wed-
Andy Bowles made a business
trip to Shawnee Saturday.
Burt Clardy visited his brother
George and family, a few days
ast W33 k.
Bro. Nix filled his appointment
at King Saturday night and Sun-
Read the advertisements.
Mrs. Evans and daughter. Car-
leen, spent Friday afternoon with
Mrs. Joe Wyatt.
It would l e a good idea to pul away soma
money for a RAINY DAY that is suite to come.
Mr. and Mrs. Lud Meshew are ;
the proud parents of a bouncing j
baby boy. Mother and babe are
reported doing nicely, and think j
Lud will recover.
Wi 11 Creel is serving on the!
jury at Tecuinseh this week.
Mattie Meshew spent Sunday
with Lucile Cannon.
Cures Kidney Troubles#
Bladder Troubles and
Not a Sample, Not a Teat, Not • Trial or Proof
Treatment, but a Regular Full Cemplata
Course of Reoiadiee—To Try Prea.
will •**nd. charge* paid. TO THY FREE. a
Qnmploto. Tnr* V >U1 Oroblned Hont
We would be pleased to receive your deposits
First National Bank
/don’t fail to see us
Before Y ou BUY
Your fall SUIT, OVERCOAT, SHOES, HATS, Etc.
A Guaranteed LINE in every Department
Let us show you the best line of SUIT and
OVERCOATS ever shown in Pottawatomie
County. Our prices on Guaranteed all
$10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $17.50, $20.00
and up. We will save you money and give
you CLOTHES that will be a source of
PLEASURE to YOU.
Shawnee, 16 E. Main Street. Oklahoma
Treatment to uny aufferim; man or woman
tint right kind of holp. I am making t.hli
cuiim? I wish to provo to ©very sufferer tlmt mli« r mu
lm had. that the nlghtHof pain and al©«i>leaane«a
dayt misery and d» -pair can bo turueu into uhmoi
us|»Pimt«» »nd comfort. . . . ,
For my wonderful treatment *a now nolplnff
in their health. Those *mff«»r»nK for
All kinds of SCIENTIFIC
BAR BERING. Expert ton-
soria! artists at your service.
at right prices . . TRY US!
,o rfetptln their health, l none «nn mrm« tor j< • • ■
ho most chronic, severe, obstinate. lon«fctaudiAs
find relief after all other remedlea have rsihd
ip cure thorn, and now 1 offer It <•<» you lO Ts *
FlUCE- tttke It. who It. nnd ««* for F«»un«if
If yon have Backache, Kidney. Bladder Trouble er
thenmatlam. Dizziness. Puffy Hwcllins" under <h.°
or in tne Foot and Ankles, Nervouenese, 1 iro.l.
Worn Out Feel I nil If your urine is light and pale,
d*rk colored or cloudy. If you make water often, frui-
ting up during the night, if it mnart» and hums while
j,til VM, it. if then, l«M>illin«nt Iirbrl. k d'nl »h.n It
stands, write tor this Treatment without a mine to*
It would bo practical I y Impossible to t
ttiw human system without causing reeu
Av\ay the poisonous impurities that cloi
an I cauMi 111*>
take It wttfctm
its. It drives
• >K the k id as:
Jess Noland, Lester and Car-
Ion Robison took in the show at
tupurities tliat clog the kidneys
trouble, in this simnle manner It
an boh. Purifies. H. lengthens and Knoouratfos the
lldnoysto properly Filter tlie Blood.
Don't spend another needless day of sufferia#, try
ttiin Treatment, and seo for yourself, I will send you
e full complete course, charges paid, ready to use, I O
THY FREE. Take it when It comes. USE HALF OF
IT, and see just what It does. Then when you know
It Is helping you, when you know you are getting
better just send mo a small amount, an amount withia
each, an amount you can easily afford to
‘A not antlslflod
roi urn « bat's
your easy reach, an amount you can
spare- That’s all I'll ask If you art
wIimi you have token naif of It, i
left ami pay nothin
do it if I wasn’t
left an<l pny nothing. lt _
I am the only one today sending a full Tr«
Hfr , • ttt.11* ■ Ct J I TO TRY FREE. I couldn’t afford to do it if I wasn’t
Myrtie Williams spent Sunday surou would heiPy0u. if i didn’t know what the
J r Treatment would do. But yon are to bo the judge.
(with Lura Ray.
try it FREE at my expense and that ■ all I ask Doe t
n .# • *i l send a penny In your letter, not even a post age stamp.
Doc Rigsby and family Visited luat your name and where to send the treatment.
at Grandpa Noland’s in Wanettej
Mrs. Williams and children
spent Sunday at Mr. Bishop’s.
Willie Ray spent Saturday j
| night at Mr. Rienmond’s.
Oscar Anderson and Riley
Henry, of near Lone Oak, attend-
ed church at King Saturday.
lust Send This Coupon
DR. H M1TTTELL D»WURTH.
170 obxotd Bi.no., Gl«v*i>ai»i>. Owto
Please send me your regular, full, complete
three fold Lexoid Course of Treatment as you
promised above, all chargee paid, TO TRY FREE.
A tho your FREE BOOK about Url© Aoid, Kidmey,
Bladder Trouble and Rheumatism. ......
My Name Un
Bt. or R. F D...
„ Rtstw .
Please Wrltw Name and Adilrvme Plainly.
Our enormous business
brings us many first-class,
high-grade pianos in ex-
change for Grands and
Player Pianos. These
elegant instruments came
from rhe best homes in
Texas as people who buy
Grand Pianos and High
Priced Players are naturally
well-to-do and the in-
struments they ow led have
had the best of cere. In
fact, many of them have
been in use for only a few
months or a year.
We also have a number
of high-grade pianos that
have never b ;en sold. Our
custom has b ;en for years
to place any piano that has
been on our floor 90 days in
the “shopworn class’’ and
put a price ou it .that wi.)
be the mean3 of effecting
an immediate sale.
As our new fall stock is
beginning to arrive, we are
going to close these pianos
out at unusually low prices.
Space will not permit us to
publish the entire list but
we quote the following
bargains to give you an
idea of what we are offering:
$400 STARR, ebonized ca;r,
in good condition
$450 KIMBALL, mah. case,
rented io teacher 6 mo
$450 JESSE FRENCH, mah TO
case, Discontinued style ^
$350 LEY HE, mah. case, (*“i QO
new piano, style discontinued A CrU
$400 HARDMAN, wal. IJF
case, good value for the mo. I 1/
$450 SCHAEFFER, mach
case, shopworn only.........
$400 VICTOR, wal. case,
never been off floor
$800 FISCHER Parlor grand dJOOO
just the thing for teacher
$550 PLAYER PIANO,
used in demonstration
Write for our 30
Largest Piano Concern in Texas
1201 Elm St. Dallas.
How to Get Rich
Live within your means.
Limit your wants while enlarging your
Dispense with luxuries as long as you can pay
only for necessities.
Promote your independence by becoming a
money saver as well as a money earner.
You will own your own home eventually if
you persistently deoposit your savings in the
Security State Bank.
Security State Bank
A TWENTY DOLLAR BILL
Will surprise you by clothing your femily better than ever.
We are headquarters for SCHWAB SUITS for Men and
Young Men. The best SUIT for $12.50, all wool and
finished ih best style awaiting you here. Others at $15.00,
$18.00, $20.00, Worth Hats, Beacon Shoes, American
Gentleman Shoes, all new and latest styles, all leathers, can
only be found at Beckner’s. The best line of underwear,
union suits, two piece suits, all weight, sizes, styles, and
prices. Come in and let us show you, and “Nearly Every-
body Trades at Beckner’s.’’
THE STORE OF QUALITY
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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/m1/3/: accessed March 24, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.