The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, October 23, 1914 Page: 1 of 4
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The Wanette Enterprise
VOL. 4 WANETTE, POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914
‘Bizy-Bee Capsules’ for Headache and Stomach Troubles at Petrie’s Drug Store-‘The Rexall Store.’
A GOOD DENTIST
Wanette is badly in need of a
good dentist. Trade is going
from here to Shawnee and Pauls
Valley in a steady stream. Wan-
ette has now been without a den-
tist longer than ever before.
A good dentist will find the
Wanette field a paying proposi-
tion. If this information reaches
some live, wide-awake dentist,
do not delay but investigate. The
field cannot remain open long.
Subscribe for the Enterprise.
NEW AND UP-TO-DATE
line of millinery now on dis-
play at the lowest prices
ever sold in Wanette. Lots
of bargains while they last.
One lot of ladies’ and child-
ren’s hats at $1 and $1.25.
“Old hats made new and new
hats made too.”
I am now located in the
L. E. Denny Mercantile
Establishment where I
am prepared to do all
kinds of dressmaking,
altering, repairing, etc.
Latest vogue in stylish
dressing at your com-
mand. Your patronage
Tide of Battle Ebbs
and Flows All Along
Three Hundred Mile Line
Advantage In Flanders Claimed By Both Sides; German
Report Tells of Forcing Allies From Interior
Points; French Boast of Sturdy Defense
British Warships Active
Fleet Fire Plays Havoc With Coast Villages in Hands of Invaders; Germans
Driven Back at Warsaw While Russians Claim Big Victory With
Invaders Fleeing in Panic; Japanese Continue
Bomarbment of Tsingtau But Fortresses
Hold Out Against Attack
JOHN FIELDS WILL
Tuesday, Oct. 27. John Fields
will address the voters of Wan-
ette and vicinity.
WANETTE, OKLAHOMA JJ
Mrs. Clyde Henson was here
from Ringling visiting relatives
firet of the week.
Thomas F. Southgate was in
Shawnee on business Thursday.
Miss Rae Sturdevant had as
her guests Sunday Misses Loue
Ferguson, Jewel Norman and
Kittie Sturdevant of Shawnee.
Mrs. Joseph LaReau returned
first of the week from a week’s
visit with her daughter, Mrs. B.
B. Wyatt, of Tecumseh.
W. A. West and family were
in Oklahoma City Friday.
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Read the Enterprise.
Advantages of a
Not the least of the advantages of having a
checking account at this bank is the acquaint-
ance which it promotes between the depositor
and our officers.
This acquaintance enables our officers to
get in touch .with the interests of the depositor
and to lend all the co-operation consistent with
Our officers gladly welcome the opportunity
to extend the facilities of the bank to new
ONE DOLLAR STARTS AN ACCOUNT
Security State Bank
Northern France and the coast
of Belgium still are the fields
where the most important fight-
ing in the western arena of the
war continues with the utmost
stubbornness, but as yet without
decisive result. The French war
office announces that the allied
lines are holding back so far the
onslaughts of the enemy while
news dispatches from London as-
sert that developments generally
are against the invaders.
Berlin, however, has not been
heard from on this subfect since
yesterday when it announced
that in the fighting west of Lille
German troops taking the offen-
sive had repulsed the enemy at
British warships have played
an important part in these oper-
ations and there are indications
that their activities are not at an
end. The fighting is going on
night and day and the allies are
said to be approaching close to
the German positions before
No confirmation of the reports
evacuation of Ostend has been
\ received. The German garrison
| at Antwerp is said to have been
reduced and a German column of
reinforcements with two of the
famous 16 inch guns is reported
as having passed Antwerp on its
way to Bruges.
A house sheltering the ‘head-
quarters of the German staff at
Slype, on the Belgian coast, has
been destroyed by shell fire from
Chickens, turkeys and
all kinds of produce. I
pay the best price in
a nice new line of up-
to-date Brown Shoe
Co., shoes. Call and ex-
amine; prices are right.
J. S. Smith
WANETTE, OKL AHOM A
FARM FOR SALE!
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Prayer services every Thursday
i at 7:30 p. m.
Revival meeting begins Sun-
day, November 1.
CARD OF THANKS
O. L. BECKNER President
T. N. FRENCH, Cashier
W. A. BALL, Vice-President
F. G. GOODMAN, Asst. Cashier
The dinner and supper served
by the Catholic Ladies Aid
Society on the 17th of October
was a huge success. Rev. Father
Eloi Juston and the members of
the Ladies’ Aid wish to express
their thanks to all the numerous
contributors, patrons and friends
who gave their help.
I will sell my 320 acre farm.
70 acres pasture and timber, 84
acres alfalfa: balance good farm-
ing ground, all in cultivation.
8 room residence. Plenty out-
buildings; 4 rent houses, good
healthy water and plenty of it.
Pasture has living water from
Pond Creek. I will sell reason-
able and give plenty of time to
pay; some cash required. The
farm is located 1 and 1-2 mile
south-east of Wanette. Have 120
ton silo on the place; all machin-
’ cry is new, including troughs and
i feeding pen. Fine place for big
j stock man. I am too old and
Paul Walker will address the crippled to farm any longer. Call
voters in Wanette Saturday. j on owner. Ig. Richstatter.
Copyright 1910, by the Standard Adv. Co.
It is the tiny strands that make the great hawser strong.
It is the dollar deposited every now and then that
mskes a bank account worth while, and it
will give you a hold on life whose
very possession brings
First National Bank
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Brewer, L. E. The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, October 23, 1914, newspaper, October 23, 1914; Wanette, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853894/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.