The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, August 14, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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Wanette Enterprise Democratic
L. E. BREWER, Editor and Owner
“Entered as second-class matter July
7 1911, at the post-office at Wanette,
Okla., under the act of MarCh 3, 1879.” j
Published every Friday at our office j
on East Main Street, Wanette, Okla.
One Year $1.00
Six Month, 50c |
Invariably in Advance
Chas. B. Wilson
F. E. Romberg
“I will fight to the end,” says
the Kaiser. May the end come
speedily and with decisive de-
Whom the gods would destroy
they first made mad. And Kaiser
Wilhelm got most unreasonably
OF COUNTY SCHOOLS:
H. M. Fowler
OF THE THIRD DISTRICT:
R. L. Howard-
Diseases caused the swine FOR COMMISSIONER OF
breeders of Oklahoma to lose THE SECOND DISTRICT:
94,600 hogs, valued at $794,640 Julius Krouch
last year, according to a report —-
which has just been issued by FOR COMMISSIONER OF
the Department of Agriculture. THE FIRST DISTRICT:
This is an average death rate ^ ^A\1S
A nice cold refreshing drink
SPARKLING with VIGOR at
of 870 per 1,000 head. During
1913 the ratio was 81 per 1,000
head and a total of 107,300 head
were lost. The latest Census
Reports, which are dated Jan-
uary 1, 1914, show that there are
1.352.000 head of hogs in Oklaho-
ma and they are valued at $11,-
357.000 or $8.40 per head.
The farmers of the entire nation
last year lost 7,004,800 head of
hogs from disease. Their total
value was 75,000,000 and the
death rate 119 per 1,000.
W. N. Brewer’s
Cold Drink EMPORIUM
Back in 1815, the year of Na-
poleon’s fall under the crushing
weight of the European states
allied against him, the great gen-
eral uttered this prophecy: ‘‘In
a hundred years Europe will
either be all Cossack or all repub-
lican.” The hundred years are
nearly up and, while the prospect
for Europe becoming ‘‘all Cos-
sack” seems remote, the alter-
native seems not so fantastical.
The seeds of republicanism have
been germinating and sprouting
for years in all the European
countries and the flower in full
bloom can not long be delayed.
This may be the year of its flow-
ering—the great war may be but
the turning of the earth and the
fertilization thereof with the
blood alike of serfs and patriots.
FOR SUPERIOR JUDGE:
L. G. Pitman
FOR COURT CLERK:
R. L. Flynn
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY:
Chas. W. Friend
FOR THE LEGISLATURE:
Tom C. Waldrep
W. K. Dunn
R. C. Green
Established in SHAWNEE. OKLA., Seven ye am
lOt E Main Oven Hickkv B*o*. PmOni 1154
Sold Crown .... d* f
Set of Teeth $5.00: Upper and Lower, both $10.0(
/ery Best Set of Teeth Made $8.00; Upper an«
Lower, both of the Beat Teeth, $16.00
Silver Fillings .......................................f-A
&S, .... 50c
ALU WON* GUARANTEED
look roe M*n^.r StAie Entnance
Geo. K. Hunter
H. H. Alexander
Summer Constipation Dangerous
Constipation in summertime is
more dangerous than in the fall,
winter or spring. The food you
eat is often contaminated and is
more likely to fermemt in your
stomach. Then you are apt to
drink much cold water during the
hot weather, thus injuring your
stomach. Colic, fever, ptomaine
poisoning and other ills are nat-
ural results. Po-Do-Lax will keep
you well, as it increases the bile,
the natural laxative, which rids
the bowels of the congested pois-
on waste. Po-Do-Lax will make
you feel better. Pleasant and
effective. Take a dose tonight.
50c at your druggists.
State of Oklahoma,
In the Superior Court of
• County and State.
Tex E. Grubbs, Piaintiff
Eula G. Grubbs,
“The Governor’s Lady”
Said Defendant, Eula Grubbs,
will take notice that she has been
sued in the above named Court
| for Divorce and must anwser the
Petition filed therein by said
plaintiff on or before the 18th
day of September, 191A, or said
petition will be taken as true and
a judgment for said plaintiff in
said action for divorce will be
W. K. Dunn,
Clerk of the Superior Court,
Pottawatomie County. Okla.
By C. C. Lydick, Deputy.
A great many state legislatures
have given consideration to bills
taxing bachelors and many con-
vincing arguments have been
presented why men who escape
matrimony should not pay a pen-
alty, but why not tag them as a
more painless and effective meth-
od of extermination? If the bach-
elors were tagged the widows
could find them easily and Cupid
would do the rest. The bachelor
is naturally timid, but under the
eucouraging influences of a merry
widow he can easily be led to the
altar, for there is no more help-
less craft afloat than a lovesick
left me with a frightful cough and
very weak. I had spells when 1 could
hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20
minutes. My doctor could not help
me, but I was completely cured by
Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111.0
50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
Begin ‘‘The Governor’s Lady.’
Belgium’s neutrality has been
guaranteed for 200 years. The
only duty she has had in any war
is to furnish the battlefields.
Advices from Berlin to the in-
vading German army was to the
effect that its progress through
Belgium would be practically un-
OVER 65 YEARS*
opposed. Hence, the army was
swain who has passed the age ol rather amazed at the “friendly”
discretion, and the little imp that reception accorded at Liege,
plays ping-pong with human
hearts has no more capable ally
than a woman who loves at sec-1
ond night, for experience makes j
Cupid subtle and bold.
The women have tag days to |
promote most every other public!
enterprise, and why not a tag j
day for bachelors? We have in;
Oklahoma approximately forty
thousand bachelors and an equal
number of widows. Why not get
them together and solve two vex-
atious problems with one mar-
I hade mark*
Anyone nwnrtlnir a nketrh and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention Is probably patentable. Communica-
tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK *>n Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn St Co. receive
»ptcial notice, without charge, In the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest cir-
culation of any scientldo Journal. Terms, 93 a
year; four months, |l. Bold by all newsdealers.
BrADi-ta (line, «H V 8t* Waibluglon. D. C.
ugton, D. C.
In the Western Business
COLLEGE at SHAWNEE
We Will SAVE
I n vestigate
Good Reason for His Enthusiasm
When a man has suffered for
several days with colic, diarrhoea
or other form of bowel complaint
and is then cured sound and well
by one or two doses of Chamber-
lain’s Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, as is often the case, it
is but natural that he should be
enthusiastic in his praise of the
remedy, and especially is this the
case of a severe attack when life
is threatened. Try it when in
need of such a remedy. It never
fails. Sold by all dealers.
Remarkable Cure of Dysentery.
“I was attacked with dysentery
about July 15th, and used the
doctor’s medicine and other rem-
edies with no relief, only getting
worse all the time. I was unable
to do anything and my weight
dropped from 145 to 125 pounds.
I suffered for about two months
when I was advised to use Cham-
berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Remedy. I used two bot-
tles of it and it gave me perma-
nent relief, ” writes B. W. Hill of
Snow Hill, N. C. For sale by all
Summer Coughs are Dangerous.
Summer colds are dangerous.
They indicate low vitality and
often lead to serious throat and V
lung troubles,including consump-
tion. Dr. King’s New Discovery
will relieve the cough or cold
promptly and prevent complica-
tions. It is soothing and antisep-
tic and makes you feel better at
onc^. To delay is dangerous—get
a bottle of Dr. King’s New Dis-
covery at once. Money back if
not satisfied. 50c and $1.00 bot-
tles at your druggists.
August 21, 1914,
Constipation Causes Sickness.
Don’t permit yourself to be-
come constipated, as your system
immediately begins to absorb
poison from the backed-up waste
matter. Use Dr. King’s New Life
Pills and keep well. There is no
better safeguard against illness.
Just take one dose tonight. 25c
at your druggist.
Infection and Insect Bites Are
Mosquitoes, flies and other in-
sects, which breed quickly in
garbage pails, ponds of stagnant
water, barns, musty places, etc,,
are carriers of disease. Every
, time they bite you they inject
poison into your system from
which some dread disease may
result. Get a bottle of Sloan’s
Liniment. It is antiseptic and a
few drops will neutralize the in-
fection caused by insect bites or
i rusty nails. Sloan’s Liniment dis-
infects cuts, bruises and sores.
You cannot afford to be without
it in your home. Money back if
not satisfied. Only 25c at your
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Brewer, L. E. The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, August 14, 1914, newspaper, August 14, 1914; Wanette, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853944/m1/4/: accessed July 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.