The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, September 13, 1912 Page: 3 of 16
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THE WANETTE WEEKLY ENTERPRISE
DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WANETTE AND POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY. THE PEOPLES’ POPULAR WEEKLY.
WANETTE, POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1912
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Statement of Condition at Close
Wednesday, September 4th, 1912
A HARVESTING TOWN IN WESTERN OKLAHOMA—A BINDERY DISTRIBUTING CENTER
Loans and Discounts
.. . .NONE
U. S. Bonds........
Real Estate, Furniture
Redemption Fund ..
Bills of Exchange..
Cash and Sight Ex-
Surplus and Profits.
.. . .9.387.63
/|j\KLAHOMA is considered to be one of the best wheat producing states in the Union. This season proves to be an exceptionally
Vi/ good one for all productions, and Oklahoma proudly steps to the front with a “bumper” wheat crop. It is reported that more
wheat was produced in Oklahoma this season than in five years past. Oklahoma is the producer’s paradise.
John Grotz and Mrs. Ollie Holt
ere united in marriage at the
l 4:30 P. M. by Rev. Wallace.
Mrs. Holt is the late widow of
A WORD ABOUT
Our newspaper and job plant
is unsurpassed in any part of the
county, except in the city. But,
i T , T, ., ... ~ , . 1 we do work that is good as you
Total...........$133,413.85 ' dC 0 ’ an( r‘ ,ro z 1S a can get in the larger cities and
, successful and prosperous young at one-hnlf tho price. Our coat of
Need Anything in the Banking
We will help you out, take the j
best of care of your business,
treat you liberally, and send you
away, with the smile of satisfac-
tion that never wears off, but
brings you back to have the smile
farmer who lives a few miles
northwest of town.
J. M. AYDELOTTE. President
S. C. VINSON. Vice-President
T. F. SOUTHGATE, Cashier
D. W. POOR, Asst. Cashier
prodic ion is cheaper, our ex-
penses are lighter, that’s the
A good old-fashioned charivaree reaSon we can afford to do it. If
was accorded them Monday night. y0U haven’t had any work turned
The happy couple will likely 10jY |>y our new presses and ma-
move to the bridegroom’s farm terial, that’s not our fault. All
at an early date. we ask js a chance to bid on your
The Interprise washes them work. If we don’t get the job,
happiness and prosperity. —that’s our fault. If you don’t
‘ _ give us the chance to bid—that’s
we do^job w°rk for particular y0Ur fault. But, give us the
chance, and the job is ours. WE
Carroll Hart and Miss Bertie I
people. That is the reason our job
department is constantly kept
running, we’re there.
S. J. weaver made a business
j trip to Shawnee and Tecumseh
DO JOB WORK FOR PARTIC-
ULAR PEOPLE. Ask 0. L.
Beckner & Co. how they like |
their 30,000 contest tickets. Ask
| G. E. Beal how he likes his 35,000
_ _ ... . . contest tickets. Both jobs are
Flint were joined in marriage a. I ***** ***** ^ «* * '***
the Home of Mr. Hart by Rev. fnends in Shawnee over Son. ......^ „.v ».v .a.
Wallace last Sunday evening atj
2:30 o’clook. ! Nugent French and lady friend,
delivered r.e-ct ve k. Ask the
I Security State Bank how they
like our work? Ask the First
The Enterprise joins in with Miss Mae Alexander, and Fred Nationel Bank? Paris & Royster,
their many friends in wishing Goodman and lady friend, Miss L. E. Denny, Lackey Bros., and
tnem along life of happiness and Rose Clerget, were guests at the a score of others? |«
prosperity. w- H. Haney home, east of town Large runs is a specialty with
—- Sunday. us. We haue the equipment to do
Mrs. E. Boyd left Tuesday for1 d. m. Newell made a business ■the work- and are the on]ir ones
Pledge of Quality
Covers every line of our stock. No sale is
com]>lete until you are satisfied.
We invite your inspection of our new and
complete line of SHOES, DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS,
etc. Our Dress Goods embrace all the new
and novelty weaves—Whipcord, Serge, Cordu-
roy, Crepe Meteor and Scotch noveltihs.
New Barrettes, Bandeaux, Bar-Pins in all the
classy and odd shapes and styles.
Norfolk Belts, Ties, and the celebrated Robes-
pierre Collars that sell at sight.
Instead of giving you a prize with so many
tickets on your purchase, we give it to you in
the liberal'prices we make you on our goods.
The place where you save money is at W. A.
Weaver’s. Come in and be convinced.
“STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER”
W. A. Weaver
out of that one trial. Give us the | Mrs. E. R. Burton returned
chance. from Stratford last Saturday.
--—*---- Mrs. Burton was visiting Mrs.
Byers, Texas, where she will look trip to Tecumseh and Shawnee that have in this part of the coun-
after some of her property. Mrs. Tuesday. ! ty. We have excellent facilities;
B,„d says she will probably notj R L and w|fe mar|e ,j therefore, get the prices?
return to wanette inside «f a |bustaess trip to Shawnee Tuesday fte *> the )°b »«* of.thc......................„..................................
mont ■ ; to have Mr Morgan, s eyes treated ^°u n‘ ^ we tle n<d jotting ancj Lewis, druggists. Miss Cler- this office, has resigned, and w.
For good meals and nice cool and to visit their son for a few yours, we only ask for one chance, j get will, no doubt, prove a val- L. Bybee has accepted his po-
rooms, go to the White Hotel. days. We will make a customer of you j uable addition to that firm. sition.
Miss Rose Clerget has accepted ^ uai Burton,
a position with the firm of Quinn C. R. Melott, lately foreman at
QUINN & LEWIS “The Live Druggists” WANETTE, OKLA.
Caried on person is not
Loaned without good se-
curity is not safe.
Risked in speculation is
Money deposited in the
BANK is absolutely
Take advantage of our special
rate on job work for thirty days.
Makes no difference if you don’t
need any big posters now. you
can hold them in reserve, and,
they’re lots cheaper now. Have
| them printed at once before the
we are forced to cut our paper
short this week on account of ad-
: vertising. matter and the great a-
inount of job work we have on
hand. The Ehtetprise Job De-
partment turns out work for par-
ticular people. If you don’t think
so, give us a trial and we will de-
monstrate this to your entire sat-
isfaction. When we say that
“we’re there,” we know it.
Miss Lucile Quinn returned
Monday evening from Shawnee,
where she was visiting friends
and relatives. Miss Quinn was
able to get quite a few subscript-
ions in Shawnee to The Enter-
prise, and says she will work
earnestly here. Qur other con-
testants must hustle with an
earnest endeavor to beat Lucile.
Watch for the big attraction
t! at The Enterprise will come
out with soon, will tell you more
about it next week.
Mrs: Lem Ivey left Thursday
for Plattsburg, mo., to visit her
parents and friends. Lem accom
panied her as far as Pauls Val-
\ Paris & Royster §
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i m o/fi£n uomy. jiffyd£aa^
w jn&yfftfi AfrvfA coat and
A NfU ONt fIff AY YffAs
f And, in fact—
I EVERYTHING KEPT IN AN UP-
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Brewer, L. E. The Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, September 13, 1912, newspaper, September 13, 1912; Wanette, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853936/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.