The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 1, 1925 Page: 4 of 8
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K»(ul>llu>trd In FVbruurv. IWiJ: publication
Thuradity (morn In*): all mnttvr mull
Iw *ent ao aa lo reach office not leter
than Tui-aday evtnlns- Subscription, pci
year, II.iO In utf"ance.
CM AS. W. LATTA and SON
Entcrcd it Second Claaa M.ill d.iltti In
tne Poet office at Supply, OKI j.
Of the Owneishlp Mali*»amaot. Etc . required In
the Act of f’ujirot of A uduvl El. itlt. of the Sup
pl< Republican. published weekly at Supply. HU
Uhome for Out. I. I'Jtl
Name P 0
Publisher Chan, W. UUa A Son. * Supply. »>k'n
Editor. Chai W.laun. May. Ok u
Manae'nf T. Iltor. Kenneth O Latto. Supply. Okie
Bitluaet M|t . K-noeih O Latta. Supply. Ck’u
Thai the Owner* ere
Chat W Latta. M,V. Wll
Tie known bindholder*. mortlelee* nnct otl.ei
security hulder* nwaliU or holdlnl I peicaot or
iQ.1'0 .if total am >unt of bonds m irtfadr* or other
aeeuriclrt are- None.
CHAS. W I.ATrA. Editor
Sworn to end eu'iscrlbed bifore in' tlila It h
day of Nov . H«4
(,,.1) PER Y H ZERHY. Notary Public
Myotu nission expires Oeceiulwi 21. W2l.
The Entre Nous CIul» held its
regular meeting Friday of last
week with Mrs. Roy C. Morgan.
The Willing Workers of the
Christian Church will holt! a h j.
Fruit Sale at the Davis Pharmacy
all day Saturday and will serve
pie coffee and doughnuts. I >unch
with ther^ and buy some of their
Mr. and Mrs. Artie Pratt serv< d
a line Christmas dinner to friends
and relatives, those prescsent be-
ing Cal Pratts, L. H. Hiaey
and fami'y, E F. Hi.;ey anil fam-
ily, F. Sj Devore and family and
Mrs. L. B. Harp.tr.
Do 1 Contest
The following children were win-
ner;; in the Mamma DjII contest
conducted by Davis' Pharmacy
before Chris* mas:
First prize: Ella Hurst, 20 800
Second prize: Johnnie Mac
Bod?nh'*ime:-, 12 000 votes..
Ka c Ijewis: 5,050, votes.
Tii.' Community Christmas Tree
and entertainment lust week was
very well attended and the pro-
gram very much enjo *d hy all.
There were treats for all the child-
For Site A few choice purebred ,. ,n an j theP som..
Buff Orpington cockerels, the ri-.il . . ■.
laying air-in. Apply at Uu»«Jia- r . ha, h-en or-
or Mrs. (’. W. Latta. Way, Okla. tern uv g Mi.kr an old
• school days friend, for the post
D. W. Hart and family spent few da- s a tl they are having a
Christinas with friends and rein- very pleas*'it visit,
lives at Follett and It .oker, lex. ——— ■
They report a very pD.rant out- ___ »>«*»
Prof. Miller is reported as suf- jj.t
ering from an attack of pneumoni
ia at Woodward and during his;
illness the regular practises of the
Supply Band are not being held.
a c<>od vbiag • dout nsf.ra
The people of the Christian
Church of Supply. Ok'a., are in
the midst of a revival campaign
under the leadership of Leslie O.
Byerly. Despite sudden and var-
ied changes in the weather a good
crowd has been in attendance and
Mr. Byerley tells us that he has
found t e people here to respond
to the call to Christian service in
a very splendid manner.
Friday artd Saturday nights and
all day Sunday special services are
being arranged and despite the
weather the people of Supply ant
surrounding country will be enter-
tained and, it is hoped, benefit tec
as never before.
Brother Byerly hardly needs an
introduction to the people of this
community as he has been pastor
at both Buffalo and Uverne and
has had good success at both
places. If you have not heard
him so far you are missing a treat
for Brother Byerly is one of the
best platform men ever to come
snto this country and sings and (
playu cornet as well as preaches.
He asks us to extend you a very
hearty invitation to at*end the
service as much ns possible. ‘Ser-
vices will continue all next week.
Krport ul (hr ('ondUlpn ul
The Bunk d* Supply'
o! Supply. Oklubuwa. hi iti» 1'liM.r business o*
Dec. IS. H2«
I OAIIh xml Discounts ................. ■* *>.i 11- ^2
Ovrnliali*. secured amt unsecured 42:>
Storks. Honda. Wansnta. etc 2(1 7Jt’. I '
Banking lb. use ................ 3 H'HI
f urniture and fixtures.-............. * 9,1,1 11
Otliet Keiil Estate Owned ----- .Nolie
II m Im hnk is *** 1 •
Cb.vk* amt other cash Item*....... 93 **
Exchange* lor iMeur ng House .. . None
Blits ot Excliauite----------------- None
Catli lu Bank........:............... .® ^
total............................W3 973 *•
Capital Stuck........................ * I* *» 00
Surplus fund ............-.....-...... 9 *9'1 1,9
Undivided Profit*, leea expenses and
taxes paid ................ 1 101 33
Reeereed lor faxes .None
Due to Hanks...- ............ None
Dividend* Unpaid ------ ..None
Individual depoall*. tubject to check ... 82 OSH 30
Demand Certificates of Deposit None
Tltne certificates of depoell ... 7 941 42
Certified Checks ................None
Cashier * checks, outstanding------ 2 451 0)
Notea and Bill* Kediecoun led .... none
■lie Puyhblt................... »°°*
Liabilities other tuan above
stated ............... None_
TOTAL...........-..............*1*3 973 bS
State ol Oklahoma I
CooDtv o* Wouduiardl **
I Percy B Zerhy. Cashier of above named Bank
do *ol*innly swear that the above statement is
correct to the best of out h»u*|,d«* and belief . »o
help me t>"d I’tKf t? B aKKUY. Cashier
S.ihscrl iml «od sworu Tn before me thi*3tlth day
of Dee, 1921.
Kenneth 0. L»lla Notary Public
My coauRlMiva expires Sepl. 1^ '-928
(Mol) U Million Jf
Mail carrier Floyd Devore had
the misfortune to get both f?et
frost bitten while covering his
route during the cold spell last
week. Tile experience was some-
what painful but not very seriou •
Percy B Zerhy spent the first of
this week attending to some busi-
ness matters at Wichita.
flei.it yoo» 8M* aad f’dr-sa pi 3i!f
»;iit'.cii lop; Cher wtlh 6 rccou («u«. A.t
•lip) to ChrmSwrlaia '■j®
Moiites. losrii, anti r.reive ia itAr.'.d u
li.al packn.-e ow;ttimro L j. ribjrrriJ'd
lk.;iyh Kco-edy lof ct' &l,
t . .. Iii.il, “Cr,'1 cue] -»li '.pin* iKKjte,
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ItAJiily lor huraa, T.uonils, ptitrb
tu t skin aLnottans: tlu n x^tiuco fs'
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Never-fail Oil Cans are
guaranteed to give satis-
faction they are a Pump
Can that you can fill your
lamps and oil stoves with-
We have some extra good
harnes leather coming;look
your harness over and we
will cut straps to make them
Everything in groceries at
Smith & Austin
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Ota C Zerhy
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The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 1, 1925, newspaper, January 1, 1925; Supply, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc848329/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.