The Washington County Sentinel And The Weekly Enterprise (Bartlesville, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, December 27, 1912 Page: 2 of 4
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THE WASHINGTON COUNTY SENTINE
1HE WEEKLY ENTERPRISE
— BY Till.
BARTLESVILLE PUBLISHING CO.
120 \)cs( Tliinl SI m l.
published Id cry Friday Mornlnf.
Weekly Subucrlptioiis are Payable in
One Year ______________ $1.00
Six Months —------- -;'0
Entered as Second-class Matter
De^mber 30, 1911, at the Postofflcc
at Bartlesville, Okla., under tho Act
of March 3, 1879.___
Robert E. Douglas, 1408-9 Steger
Eastern Representative, W. D. Ward,
Tribune Bldg., New York.
upon many rases
ibe criminal term
ant are already working
y cases that will come up at
he district court
which convenes in January.
Don Wallace will succeed Fred
Orayblll us register of deeds. Whether
or not any changes will be made in
the clerical force in this office has not
been stated. All of the other offi-
cials In the county wore re-elected at
the recent election and the office
forces are to remain the same.
HODGES KEEPS^ REPUBLICAN
Gjrl Who Defied Former Dovernor h
601 FOB & RULER
,0m: dropped on
KM NO YKT HIM
HUDINGF SLIGHTLY HURT
irgo Brown Is held for the kill-
„ f John Reppurd, ail old man in
I Bartlesville last August, Reppard was
|.'|,l'1 I'll t NT (' LR-' tabbed to death. Potters, Baughman
Ol’’ )\1HI. and Brown are all held In the county
jail, unable to get bond.
The cas< of 11. Crowley against the
city is uIko set for trial In the district
(:ourt. Crowley having taken an ap-
peal from the decision of the city
court. Crowley was convicted of con-
BATTLE WITH GUNS II OIE IN FIGHT OIL Uf 3 CENIS
M V\ IN.II 1(1 l> IN IIHVTVL LLONG
mu:ii u:sn:itim afternoon,
BULLETS MISS MAIL CARRIER
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\T IK MUMS
Assassin llld on Housetop and Drop.
The above label Is Issued to the
Bartlesville Enterprise by the Inter-
national Typographical Union, be-
cause the Enterprise employe utmb
but members of the Typographical
Union In Its mechanical department.
FRIDAY, Old JICI.B -7. I MJ
H. M. 1HIADKKY;l,N HOUSTON .1 Ml.
ACCUSED OF M Hill Fit.
Topeka, Ras„ Dec, 23.—Govonior-
elftct, 1 lodges today announced the ap-
pointment of Mrs. Virginia Davis as
his confidential stenographer ami
clerk. She will he the only employe
of tile Stubbs administration retained.
When she refused to pay her cam-
paign assessment to the Republican (
committee last fall and defied Chair-1**1*
, I tin
Royal I’rnec -
picture show on Sunday, |
violation of the city ordl-
e. Ho questions the right of the i
to pass such an ordinance.
\\ ys passing along hk.hu \ Y
\\ III N 1 11.III )\ AS IN PROGRESS.
BLOODY RATTLE FOLLOWS BHATVI.
IN LUMBER CAMP.
RVINK WAS ANNOUNCED THIS
MORNING BY BUYING AGENCIES
MEN FOUGHT WITH AXES IT IS 83 CENTS NOW
Sunk Body In Channel.—Told Dead
Man's Children Their Papa
man Dolley to discharge her, her
stand became a campaign issue be-
tween the state chairmen of the two
DENIES ILLEGAL VOTING
McGuire Answers Contest Claims of
Guthrie, Okla., Dec. 28—General
Alva J. Niles, representing Hon.
Bird McGuire personally served on
John .1. Davis at Chandler his client's
answer to Davis's contest which seeks
M unseat McGuire In tho congress
that begins March 4. Davis alleges
that disqualified negroes were per-
mitted to vote for McGuire and thus
McGuire’s answer denies In toto and
cites that the election hoard through-
out this district were Democratic in
their makeup. Colonel Roy V. Hoff-
man of Chandler is Davis's attorney.
Houston, Tex., Doc. 23.—H. M. Brad-
ley who says he was at one time a
resident o£ Kansas City, is in the
Houston jail today, charged with the
murder and robbery of his partner, J.
If. Wright. They were in the auto-
mobile business. Wright disappeared
last Monday night. Wednesday Brad-
ley asked the police to look for him
saying h^ could not account for Ills
absence. The police complied with
his request with the result that they
arrested Bradley last night. This morn
ing ho confessed to killing Wright but
claimed it was unintentional.
He said they quarreled over busi-
ness differences and he struck Wright
with his fist and in falling the latter’s
head came In contact with an anvil,
producing death. ,That. occurred he
said at 7:30 p. m. after which he load-
ed the body Into an automobile, took
It twenty-three miles down the ship
channel and sunk it after well weight-
ing it. Wright’s head was tied up in
a sack, his hands were bound and
about his head were many sharp cuts
made, the police say, with a hatchet
or other sharp instrument. Wright,
with his two orphan children occu-
pied the upper rooms of the home
rented by Bradley for, himself, wife
and daughter. *
After disposing of. tlia. body he re-
turned And has dally bo^n consoling
the children of his victim and telling
them their father would ypt turn up.
Police also charge Brndlefy.with rob-
bing his victim, and they declare a
large sum of money is missing. Wright
was well to do. a
The accidental finding Of pgrtlally
obliterated blood spots In an automo-
bile was the elue that led to t^e ar-
rest of Bradley. ID
Ihi, India, Dec, 23.«—Baron Hard-
viceroy of India, was wounded
an attendant killed by a bomb
ini at the viceroy from a housetop
lie was entfrfug Delhi in state in
last of the ceremonies In oonnec-
ion with moving the capital from Cal-
cutta. • j
The bomb si ruck the howdah of the
viceroy’s elephant, blowing the vice-
roy's parasol hearer to pieces and
wounding the rfiler in the shoulder.
Hard luge was 'taken to a hospital
where the wound was found to be
slight. Tho vicereine who rode in
Hie howdah is suffering from the
shock. Tiie affair occurred in Chan-
dui Chowk, a narrow business street.
The assassin was on a housetop
that was only a few feet from the vic-
eregal party. A member of tho vice-
roy's council took Hardlnge’s place
and the procession proceeded to the
The crowd cheered when they heard
the viceroy's wound was slight. Hard-
inge is one of the most, popular rulers
in India. The police surrounded the
house from which the hoinli was
thrown and made several arrests.
RAILROADER GIVE BONO
Conrl Fixes Hands at $10,DIM) For Two
New A’orlt, Dec. 24.—Charles S. Mel-
lon, president of the New York, New
Haven & Hartford railroad, and E. J.
Chamberlin, president of the Grand
Trunk railway, indicted yesterday for
violating the Sherman anti-trust law,
entered pleas of not guilty today and
were released on $10000 hail each.
Four Men Arresletl ami Lodged
Jail Too Much Christ*
mas AN hlskey.
LUMBER .1A1 K s (RAZED AYITII
DRINK SLAY E A< II OTHER.
Gruesome Sight Allien Officers Uml
Demi oml Rounded Drunk Rood
S10P GUN TUB
SAITLI'A MAN HAS DRAFTED AN
WIT-GIN.TOTING ME A SURE.
AY ill lie Presented nt the Coming Ses.
sion ol' the Legislature. Text
QUARREL ENDS IN KILLING.
Farmers Near Frederick, Ok., Is Held
On Charge of Murder.
Frederick, Okla., Dee. 23.—.T. M.
Clark is dead and J. J. Marshall, his
employer, is under $"',000 bond for
preliminary hearing today on ac barge
of murder. AVhile feeding cattle on
Marshall's farm a hull broke loose and
Marshall blamed Clark for the acci-
A quarrel resulted in which Mar-
shall was struck with a pitchfork.
Marshall Is alleged to have' retaliated
with a shotgun, killing Clark.
JUDGE It. II. HUDSON IS OPPOSED
TO PRESENT DIVORCE LAAV.
Sixty-Two Divorce (uses Set
Trial at the Next Term
THREE LEADING RAILROAD MEN
HELD FOR TRIAL.
GOVERNMENT CONTENDS THAT
THEY IUYVE A MONOPOLY.
COMMISSIONERS TO REORGANIZE
ON JANUARY 6.—WARD RETIRES.
Only Chamres WIU Be in the Office
of County Attorney nnd Regis,
ter of Deeds.
The board of.county commissioners
will meet on Monday, January <*>, and
after attending to a few matter* will
adjourn and the new board will meet
and reorganize by electing a chair-
man. Chairman A1 AVard is the retir-
ing member, being succeeded by Ar-
thur M. AA’heeler. The meeting will
probably continue for three or four
days as many matters of importance
will come before the board.
Two other changes will occur on
January 1 in the personnel of the
county officers. Attorney W. J. Don-
ohue will succeed J. Robert Ray as
county attorney. Mr. Donohue has
already appointed Attorney Farrell as-
sistant county attorney. Who will be
appointed to the position of steno-
grapher in the county attorney's of-
New York, Dec. 23.—Charles S. Mel-
lon, president of the New York, New
Haven & Hartford railroad; E. J.
Chamberlain, president ot' the Grand
Trunk railway of Canada, anil Alfred
W. Smithers, chairman of the Grand
Trunk board of directors, were indict-
ed by the federal grand jury this af-
ternoon charged with violating the
Sherman anti-trust law in an alleged
monopoly agreement between the two
The indictment averq that they com-
bined to prevent the construction of
oertain Grand Trunk extensions in
New England and also conspired to
prevent the operation of steamships
between Providence and New York.
CHICAGO PASTORS PROTEST.
Police Permit to Sell Liquor Now
Year’s Brings Denunciation.
Chicago, Dec. 23—Protest from al-
most every pulpit in the city was
made yesterday as a result of Chief of
Police McWeeny's order that cafes
might sell liquor until 3 o’clock a. m.
New Year's day. Clergymen of all
denominations credit a saturnalia.
” A weekly hall introduced by a hotel
"fh the theatre district also came in
+.Ar ministerial attacks. Champaign
jft the only drink sold at the hall.
(Honing dress is required and the
gtrtety is said to he extreme. Mayor
Harrison has announced that he
wHuld Investigate the dances.
Judge R. IT. Hudson of the district
court may administer a crushing blow
to the growing movement in this
county in the application for divorces,
by refusing to grant, many of the ap-
plications at the coming term of court.
With sixty-two divorce cases set for
trial a record has been established, the
number exceeding the number filed at
the last term of court.
It was at the last term of court that
Judge Hudson took Occasion to dis-
course on the divorce evil, “It has
reached an alarming stage in Okla-
homa,” said the court, “and something
should bo done in the way of more ef-
fective legislation, which will make it
difficult for couples to secure a di-
vorce unless they have reasonable
grounds.” It. was then the court re-
fused to grant a decree to a woman
who could not give a satisfactory date
as to the length of time she had been
a resident of the state.
There is a law in the state which
requires that the complainant must
he a bona fide resident of the state
for at least a year before tho action
ran be brought. However, it is a mat-
ter of record that many divorces have
been granted in this state where the
complainants were not residents of
the state for a year or more before
the suit was’ filed. Judge Hudson
made it plain that couples hereafter
who appear in his court seeking a di-
vorce must show grounds for such ac-
tion, besides facts as to their resi-
dence in the state before the decree
will be granted. There are likely to he
several disappointed ones at the com-
ing term of court for it appears cer-
tain that several will he denied a de-
Senator Kern Thinks It Terrthle That
They Should Re Tried.
4 IB CASES
NEXT TERM OF THE DISTRICT
COURT WILL BE IMPORTANT ONE.
Twenty-Three Criminal Cases Set For
Trial—Judge Hndsim to
Indianapolis, tna., Pee.
With 23 criminal cases set. for trial
four of which are on charges of
murder, the coming Term of the dis-
trict court promises to be an import-
ant one. The persons charged with
Attorney Lucien B. AVright of Sa-
pulpa has drafted an anti-gun-toting
hill which is to he presented at the
next session of the legislature. The
hill, the substance of which has al-
ready been given to the press is meet-
ing with much criticism as being too
radical and tending to abridge consti-
tutional rights. Anyhow, it is to he
presented and will likely precipitate
a fight in both houses before it is
either passed or rejected.
The text of the measure follows: .
“Section 1—There is hereby, created
and established in the state of Okla-
homa a system of registration..of the
names of owners of, and tue descrip-
tion of, all firearms, the property of
citizens of this state.
“Section 2—In addition to the dut-
ies now prescribed by law, it shall he
the duty of the county clerk of each
and every county in the state to pro-
cure and to keep a suitable book in
which he shall enter in alphabetical
order the name of every oWnor of any
firearm residing in his county, togeth-
er with said owner's poM6ffice,“ pla"ce
of residence and a description of any
and all firearms owned by said resi-
“Section 3—It shall be the duty of
every resident of any county in this
state who may he the owner of any
firearm, within thirty days after the
taking effect of this act to appear in
person before the county clerk and to
exhibit to said clerk and all fire-
arms by such resident owned that an
entry thereof may be made as provid-
ed in Section 2 hereof. Said descrip-
tion shall designate each particular
kind of firearm exhibited, together
with the name of the manufacturer
and the serial number if they can be
“Section 4—For his services the
clerk shall receive as compensation
the sum of $1 for each firearm so list-
ed to he paid at the time by the owner
thereof. And upon said listing and
payment therefor the clerk shall issue
to said owner a certificate.
“Provided, that any person holding
a resident hunter’s license, shall be
entitled to have his name and the de-
scription of one firearm registered
without, the payment of said fee of
one dollar. # Provided, further, that in
the event any owner shall be unable
to personally take any firearm to said
clerk for registration, it shall be law-
ful for him to send the same by agent
or messenger for registration as his
property on payment of the fee there-
“Section 6—The foregoing provisions
of this act shall he held to apply to in-
dividual owners of firearms only. Ev-
ery person, firm or corporation in this
state engaged in tho sale of firearms
at retail is hereby required from and
after the passage and approval of this
act to keep an accurate record in dup-
licate of each and every sale of fire-
arm, giving the name of the person
to whom sold, his postofflcc address,
the price paid or to be paid, the name
of the manufacturer, the serial num-
ber and the particular kind of fire-
arm, one of which records shall be
Immediately transmitted to the coun-
ty clerk. And upon receipt thereof
said county clerk shall enter the same
in his register and shall collect there-
for from tho purchaser said fee of one
dollar for each firearm so registered
land, in the event he is unable to col-
(From Tuesday's Daily)
Trouble over the ownership of a
quart of whiskey resulted in a shoot-
ing affray along the river near tho
Seventh street, bridge about 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. One man re-
ceived a dangerous scalp wound, hav-
ing boon hit with a chair. AVhile
twenty shots or more were fired, none
of them took effect. The fight was
the culmination of a drunken brawl.
Four men were arrested by the sher-
iff's force and locked up in jail. They
gave tiie names of W. M. Kauffman,
j Pete Clark, Earl MoGinty and Bill
.Asher. Kauffman received a bad gash
over the right eye when lie was hit
(with a chair. The men were given a
preliminary hearing in justice's court,
Tiie first, intimation of the trouble
reached the sheriff's office when I
N. Metcalf, a rural mail carrier
brought the news to the city. Met-
calf declared that when lie was driv-
ing in the vicnlty of tho shooting on
his return home to the city lie heard
a bullet whiz past his head. Instant
Iv there were a dozen or more shots
fired all of which passed close to Met’,
'calf. Believing that persons along
the river had mistaken him for some
other person, and opened fire upon
him, he whipped up his horse and
drove rapidly to the city. The firing
continued for some time.
Sheriff John Jordan. Deputy Sher-
iff Griff Graham and Constable Har-
mon hurried to the scene of the
trouble. Meanwhile, Kauffman
whom tho other three men say was
the t'ause of the trouble, with his wife
had fled from the scene of the trou-
ble. They drove south with a team
of rrmles and burros, in separate cov
ered wagons. Deputy Sheriff Gra
ham overtook them on South Shaw-
nee avenue and placed the man tinder
.arrest. Kauffman Was bleeding free-
ly from his wound.
“I would rather you would shoot
me than take me to jail, for it
is such a disgrace,” Kauffman said.
Then elevating his arms he pointed to
a spot directly over his heart and
told, the officer to shoot him there.
Kauffman was taken to jail. The wife
returned to the camp along the river
where she and her husband have been
living for some time. Meanwhile
Sheriff Jordan had located the three
other men, who later were arrested
and brought to jail.
According to information gathered
by the officers, Kauffman and his
wife lived in a camp on ohe side of
the river. The other three men lived
in another camp on the opposite side
of the river. They had been neigh-
borly until yesterday a quarrel fol-
lowed after the four men had imbibed
too freely in a quantity of whiskey.
Just what charge they will he held oh
by the county attorney's office can-
not be said. The trouble yesterday
will result in Sheriff Jordan and his
deputies starting a crusade in
breaking up the hobo camps along the
Brainerd, Minn., Dec. 20.-Crazed by
drinking wood alcohol a camp of
"lumber jacks” near Bemidji turned
Christmas into a bloody massacre.
Armed with axes, members of the
crew attacked each other and when
the carnage was over fourteen men
lay dead from alcohol and wounds.
When officers arrived they were met
DOLLAR OIL BY SPRING IS PRE-
DICTION OF PRODUCERS.
Market Price Has Advanced 3* Cents
In Twelve Months.
(From Monday's Daily)
Another increase of three cents in
the price of crude oil was posted this
morning by the Prairie O 11 & Gas
company, making it 83 cents a barrel
for crude oil In the Mid-Continent
field. This was the Prairie's little
Christmas present to the producers for
with a most gruesome
bodies, several of which Were so badly
mutilated recognition was impossible,
lay about where they had fallen, pools
of blood were found about the ramp
and the sight was one almost impos-
sible to describe. Besides the four-
teen slain men, dozens of others were
wounded in the massacre. Several
who perhaps will die, lav about the
camps groaning from their wounds.
The wounded were rushed away to he
given medical attention, and it was
reported late today that two ottiers
had died from the effects of their
The fight is said to been the result
of a dispute over to a gambling game.
One man seized an ax and felled an-
other man. The camp was thrown
into wild disorder, men rushing about
seizing' axes and other weapons, and
ilje battle was on, only ending when
most of the principals lay dead or
wounded about the camp. The sher-
iff and his officers are in charge of
the camp. Several arrests have al-
ready been made, and many other ar-
rests are expected.
scene. Dead which the latter are duly thankful.
SPECIAL MAY COME HEBE
Agricultural College lo Operate Spe-
cial Train Soon.
There has been a 66 per cent in-
crease in the price of crude oil in
the Mid-Continent field in the past
year and the oft repeated predicition
of dollar oil begins to look as though
it would come true. There haB been
fourteen increases in the price during
1912. On January 1 1912 crude oil
was selling for .">0 cents a barrel. Fol-
lowing is thd dates on which the price
advanced: January 2, 93. January
19, .-,5. January 20, 57. February 5,
00. April 10,62. April 16, 64. May
7, 66. May 17, 68. July 1G, 70.
November 7, 73. November 27, 70.
December 11, 78. December 10, 80.
December 24, 83.
Oil sold for 39 cents a barrel from
July 31, 1909, to March 17, 1910, when
the price began to raise slowly until
It reached the present price of 93
cents. In January 1911 it sold for 42
cents but during the month was in-
creased to 44.
The outlook for this field at pre-
sent is better than it has been in
years. The continued increases in the
price during the last few months will
encourage drilling and furnish work
for many more people. Already every
oil worker in the field is at work and
the'r Is a demand for more men.
fice is not known. ,Mr.
Kern, arguing for the forty defendants j murder are Ed. Christie, John Dun-
fn the “dynamite trial”, attacked Ortiejian. George Brown, Joe Peters and
McManigal as the "greatest criminal j Frank Baughman.
of his time.” He said most of the de-1 Christie is aecui
fendants were plain working men who I Graves, by shooting a couple of years j port
scarcely knew what thev were charged [ago. the crime h
if Bartlesvile. at>7 and all violations of this act.
d of killing HarryI loct the same, shall immediately re-
the facts to the county attorney
vine been committed j whose duty it is made to prosecute
SAVE YOUR MONEY.'
One box of Tutt * Pill. Mve more
tor-, bill.. A remedy lor i11k*m» ol the liver.
•Ick headache. dyspepsia. constipation snd
biliousness. • million people endorse
“If you listen to the assertions of j John Duncan is held for the ki.Dng
the government and defense without I of Dallas Alexander at Ochelata last
dollars in doc- | remembering the evidence and bring a j August Both Christie and Duncan
lict finding these forty men guilty jure out cn bond,
vould be anarchy that threatens ( Peters and Baughman are held for
The A. & M. college of Stillwater is
planning to run an exhibition train
over the lines of the Santa FC and
Frisco railroads some time in January
or February. Many towns and cities
in the state are to he visited. An ef-
fort is being made by the Commercial
club to have the train come to Bar-
tlesville where the exhibits will be
Every year this train is operated in
sections of the state, where stops are
made in many towns and cities. It is
for the purpose of encouraging better
farming. This year the train will be.
known as the A. & M. “Hog and
Poultry” train. Besides the exhibits
shown which includes the best stock
and poultry raised at the agricultural
college, a moving picture show is
The Washington County Farmers as-
sociation is making an effort to have
the train come to Bartlesville. J. C.
Shafer, secretary of the Commercial
club, is negotiating with the secretary
of A. & M. college in an effort to have
the train come to Bartlesville. If suc-
cessful, it is expected the largest num-
ber of farmers that ever gathered in
Washington county will be hero on
$100 Reward, $100.
Rig Rrailroad Purchase.
Cleveland, O., Dec. 27.—Federal
Judge Day yesterday authorized Wil-
liam M. Duncan, receiver for the
The readers ot this paper will be pleased to learn „ * . „
that there Is at least one dreaded dttease tliat selenc* ; A\ heeling & hake Erie Railroad Com
nas been able to cure Hi all Its stuffes. and that Is . iaono 4 ^9 000 in receiver’s
Catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh Cure Is the only positive , r***1/» 10 lssuf; i-'i.uuu m riA-Mvt.i n
cure now known to the medical fraternity. Warm ; Certificates for the purchase of new
Duncan had applied for
being a constitutional disease, requires a cousMtu-
Monal treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure Is taken In- I (Nnnmniont
ernally, acting directly uoon the blood and mucous ' * H
surfaces of the system.’ thereby destroying the , authority to ISSllG $4,000,000.
foundation of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution and aasist-
\ig nature in doing its work. The proprietors have
so much faith in Its curative powers that they offer
One Hand ml Dollars for any case that it falls ta
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O. ^
Sold by all Druggists. 7r>r.
Take Hall s Family PUls for constipation.
SUPPLY BUSINESS BRISK
Seven Drilling Ontfits Hauled From
An evidence of the increased amount
of drilling going on in the oil field is
shown by the large number of drill-
ing outfits that are being purchased.
This morning no less than seven were
sent out by the oil well supply com-
panies. This is not an unusual num-
ber for a single day.
A complete drilling outfit costs be-
tween $3,000 and $3,500. That includ-
es a boiler and drilling engine. In
addition to the drilling outfits, thou-
sands of dollars worth of oil well sup-
plies are hauled and shipped from Bar-
tlesville each day.
Corporal Kills a Private.
Washington Dec. 27.—Private Erie
A. Larson was shot and killed last
night by Corporal Timbrook Collina,
just outside the military reserve at
Fort Washington, Md., according to a
report to the department today. Both
men are members of the coast artil-
lery organizations stationed here.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Calahan of Chau-
tauqua Springs, Kas., who have been
hero for several days on business went
to Pawhuska today.
Electrocuted At The Door.
Alexandria, La., Dec. 27.—Despite a
warning not to enter a saloon, A. H.
Gray, of Pawnee, La., stepped upon a
steel door sill and was electrocuted.
Death was instantaneous. A heavily
charged electric wire had fallen upon
the building in which the saloon was
located charging the metal coplug and
steel front which connected with the
door plate. Repair men had admon-
ished the stranger not to enter.
Miss Virgil Taylor arrived from
Oklahoma City last night for a visit
with Miss Minnie AValker and
When you have a languid, stretchy feeling, aehey sensations In the
legs, sailow complexion, had breath, disordeiwd stomach, constipatod
bowels and you feel “no account.” blue and discouraged, LOOK OUT FOR
You Have the Symptoms and If You Do Not Do Somethin*
You Will Surely Have the Disease.
IS THE REMEDY YOU NEED.
It le a medicine of marvelous power in ridding the system of Malarial germs. It acta promptly:
the firs; close urin-s improvement, a few dnvs use drives out the disease completely.
As a chill remedy, Herbine is vastly superior to the old style syrups which sicken the stomach.
It contains no quinine „r poisonous ingredients. Its anti-periodlc effect is derived purely from herb*
Irh destroy the germs that have found their way Into the system, and, through the admirable pur-
tho med eme, they are driven out of the body.
gatlve effect <
In all Malarial disorder
the Liver is the starting point. It is torpid, and as a result the system i*
full of bilious impurities—a condition in which the malarial perm thrives Underuthe influence of
BENEFITS LOCAL PEOPLE
• Dewey people have discovered that
1 V SINGLE DOSE of simple buckt-
horn bark, glycerine, etc., as cont-
jthe murder of R. L. Bowman, a fed- pounded in
(cral enforcement officer near Caney, appendlciti:
his morn-4Kn».. last September. Fred Itehning ,ONCE. C.
trip to Tulsa, land Ernest Lamb, wanted In connec- * Dewey.
Adler-i-ka, the German
remedy, relieves gas on
W. Booker, druggist, at
Herbine the Liver becomes active again, the system Is cleansed of disease germs, bile and impurities
tbe dic stlon is strengthened and the bowels regulated. When the vital organs are purified and
workiup fre^y there can be no Thills, Malaria. Low Spirits or Sallowness. The body is full to over-
flowing with _ Uac feeling Of vigor, strength and cheerfulness.
JAMES F. BALl.iRD
Price 50c per Bottle.
ST. LOTTS. MO,
.Stephens Eye Salve I. a remedy *f great power U disease, of the eyes sr eyelids. It heals quickly.
ISoiO Amo RrcowmCNPEoRvI
CAMPBELL'8 RED CROKS DRUG STORE.
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The Washington County Sentinel And The Weekly Enterprise (Bartlesville, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, December 27, 1912, newspaper, December 27, 1912; Bartlesville, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc951776/m1/2/: accessed December 12, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.