Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1912 Page: 4 of 4
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Wanette Livens Barn
See U;5 for good rigs, good teams, prompt service and
reasonable prices. Phone No. 24.
G. A. DIKE, Prop.
With the boys and girls swat-
ting flies if the merchants will
put large flytraps on the walk in
front of their store there won't
be any flies left to carry disease
germs. Co-operate in the fly
crusade by putting out fly traps.
y* through to deliver their mails. If From ine Heraid.
___ _ ^ such conditions are reported to Mrs, Henry G. Yeager was a
the postal authorities the pe<; ‘first of the week.
y m tSf// on these roads are liable to l
their mail route. Wake up, urge
your road bosses to sit up and
prom The Progrers.
Mesdames Simmons and Read
serein town shopping Monday.
Lee Troutman is painting the
A. B. Jones, of Shawnee, was
here on business Tuesday.
Lon B. Conaway was a visitor
to Shawnee Tuesday night.
Superintendent, Geo. L. Heck,
was in town Thursday.
Fro.n South Pottiwatomie Progress. Albert Jjeeper and Albert Cole-
Miss Tamzy Banther is very man and wife spent Monday
sick with the fever. j night in Shawnee.
Mrs. F. E. Majors left Monday The School Board has employed
. , morning for a visit with relatives
House occupied by Oder (linn and J)u°Mn
R. C. Wallace,, the live mer-
.jhant of Etowah, was in Tribbey
after flour Tuesday.
The ice cream party given at
the Ed. Johnson home Monday jVT'
night was attended by several 1
?pid enjoyed by all.
W. T. Cooley and Dave Cum-
mings, en-route to McComb, were
pleasant callers at the Progress1 R°y Garver fell and broke
Miss Lizzie Asher returned
Thursday from a two weeks visit
Mrs. Loyd Rains and family,
of Ada, are visiting Asher friends
Prof. V. W. Peacock as principal
of our school for another term.
Moss Hanson and Miss Sadie
Loveless, of Konawa, were Sun-
day visitors in Asher this week.
On account of the weather, the j
angii-.g was rather slight last [
arm last Friday while visiting at
the J. S. McAllister farm.
Rev. J. A. Ward will preach at
Sunday evening. As there is no
the M. E. Church, Asher, next
preaching next Sunday night,we Sunday morning and evening,
.fill probably have singing then. Mrs. H. M. Reeder and her
Where are our local politician’s mother, Mrs. J. E. Latham, left
diis week? There are too many Monday for a visit in Lonoake,
of those big fat flies here now j ^-r^-
snd they must be extinguished, j The Misses Ruth White, Me-
So you see, wind and air must be linda Gibson and Helen Faulker-
taken out of ’em.
The young folks from town
and some from the county met
at Judge Milligan’s home last
Saturday night and had an ice
cream and play party.. We fear
the young folks will break the
son went to the river for an out-
A little son of J. L. Brooks,
six miles north of Asher, fell from
H. E. Cummings, W. E. Wall,
and Claude Gotten attended the
big picnic at Asher Wednesday.
Mrs. J. K. Farris has been
quite sick this week, but is re-
ported much improved now.
George Wesselhoft left first of
the week for Tulsa, to work at
H. E. Cummings made a busi-
ness .trip to Shawnee and Tecum-
Mrs. F. M. Clark has been on
the sick list for several days this
Mrs. M. E. Ray and children,
of Byars, visited Mrs. Ray’s par-
ents, J. S. McEvers and wife,
first of this week.
F'ayettc Hames, I. J. Leeper
and Newt Lizzie, with their fam-
ilies, attended the Asher picnic
Mrs. C. P. Fricker and chil-
dren, of Holton, Kans., left for
an apple tree last Thursday and Gieir home J nday alter a sever-
broke his leg.
Mrs. Susan Bridges and
al days visit here with relatives
The temporary dam at the Big
Boat broke Saturday night and
left the boat on dry land. They
have it repaired now, however,
and have sufficient water to float
Albert Leeper and wife enter-
tfcwn up having ice cream sup-1 gran(j daughter, Martha Bridges,
t*61"8- of Alton, Mo., are visiting Mrs.
Earl Thayer, the alleged safe Justice of Gravel Hill,
blower, is out on a $2,500 bond. A party of young people went
Webber, the other man, is still to the river. Sunday evening and
in the cage, but is expected to jf merely looking at the water
also make his bond. The two are makes one look as bedraggled as
charged with blowing the safe j they looked, I fearsome of us do ^ tained at Sunday dinner: Geo. L.
of McNulty’s laundry in Shaw-1 not care to take a peep. ! Heck and wife, Mrs. G. P. Frick-
rtee- ! Joe Dunn came over from Ko- er and children, Dean and Ken-
There is much complaint about nawa Sunday in the rain. Joe neth, of Holton, Kans., Mrs.
the bad roads and no repairs be- wouldn’t miss his Sunday trips
ing done. The mail carriers also to Asher if he had to swim for
complain bitterly that there are it. Good boy. Joe. The prize is
places where they can hardly get' worth the effort.
I '"arts & Royster
Miner and Mrs. M. W. Martin.
Attorney George W. Jenkins,
of Wanette, (he popular candi-
date for County Judge, was here
last Saturday and made the
Herald office a pleasant call. Mr.
Jenkins seems to be making
friends and votes in all parts ol
the county where he goes.
0. S. Coleman and his little
son, Fay, left Tuesday morning
for Limestone, Ark., where they
will spend a month visiting rela-
tives. Mr. Coleman goes to see
his six months old twin girls,
which will be the first time he
has seen them since they were
about a week old.
Report of the Condition of
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at the close of business, June
IT BELONGS TO
. , YOU . .
When you can buy the best
quality goods at Mun-
dy’s store and pay no
more, and oft’ times
less money, than you
can get inferior grades
saving of the difference
belongs to you—satisfaction
is guaranteed, so give us a
Loans and Discounts....... $ fil.544.fift1 g
Overdrafts, secured and Unsecured 255.16 j ®
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 6,300.00 j
Bonds, Securities, etc.,......... 7,424.49 «
Banking house, Furniture & Fixt’s... 8,000.00 T
Other real estate owned.............. 1,250.00 11
Due from National Banks (not
Mundy’s . Hardware
Furniture, & Und’t.
reserve agents) ........ 6,166.32 l
. ______. R
Due from approved Reserve Agt’s...
Checks and other Cash Items..........
Notes of other National Banks
Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels,
Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz:
Legal-tender notes 660.00
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 percent of
NEWELL & FLINN
Legal papers drawn
application. Office over
Petrie’s Drug Store.
Capital Stock paid in........................$ 25,000.00 ;
Surplus fund.................................... 5,000.00 j
Undivided Profits, less expenses
and^hxcr. paid.................,, 6,021-42
National Bank Notes outstanding r 6,300.00
Individual deposits suhjed to check . * 53^481.56
Demand certificates of deposit I 1,321.34 j
Time certificates of deposit............... 1,900.00
Cashier’s checks outitanding............. 46.40
Bills payable, including certificates
of deposit for money borrowed 20,000.00
WITn UNCLE TOM’S CABIN.
Stale of Oklahoma, County of Pottawatomie, ss:
I, T. F. Southgate, cashier of the above named j
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement j
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
T. F. SOUTHGATE, Cashier.
J. M. AYDELOTTE j
S. C. VINSON |
D. W. POOR
Subscribed and sworn- to before ine this 20th j
day of Ju»ic, 1912.
W. S. HURST, Notary Public.
My commission expires September 15th, 1915. ;
Subscribe for the Enterprise.
F4r*t Actor—What In the thunder
®rs you dole*: sitting cut here In the
enov;7 Why, you will catch a terrible
Secoad Actor—That's what I »rn
trying to do. The sheriff seised all
onr dogs today and I must get my
voice In shape to do some basso bowl-
ing at tonight's performance
And, in fact—
EVERYTHING KEPT IN AN UP-
To the Ladies of Wanette and Vicinity:-—
Save your hair combings and have a switch
made for $1.50. Drop me a card and I will call
on you, or leave your order at Kugle’s store.
MRS. O. E. READY.
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Brewer, L. E. Wanette Enterprise (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1912, newspaper, July 5, 1912; Wanette, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853968/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.