The Wanette Enterprise. (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, January 26, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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Gold Dost Plates
All kinds of SDehtal work at reasonable prloes.
An uptodate Dentist.
Come up and get acquainted.
MO REASON FOR DOUBT.
Over 1st Nat. Bank,
A Statement of Facts Backed
We guarantee complete relief to all
•offerers from constipation, or. In
every ease where we fall, we ui.l sup-
ply the medicine free.
Itosall Orderlies are a gentle, effec-
tive. dependable, and safe bowel regu-
lator, strengthener, and tonic. They
olm to reestablish nature s functions
In u quiet, easy way. They do not
cause inconvenience, griping, or nausea.
They are bo pleasant to take and work
so easily that they may be taken by
any one at any time. They thorough,}
tone up the whole system to healthy
Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable
and Ideal for the use of children, old
folks, and delicate persons. We cannot
too highly recommend them to all snf
ferers from any form of constipation
and Its attendant evils. Three sices.
10c.. 25c.. and 50c. Remember, you can
obtain Rexnll Remedies in this eoruiilu-
I njty only at our store—The Rexall iltore.
Petrie’s drug store.
ABSTRACTS---FARM AND CITY LOANS
....That’s Our Business....
liJE are always ready for business. Abstract books up-
II to-date. Easy payments, long time, cheap
interest on loans. Interest payment
in my office......
H. B. SEARS, Shawnee, Okl a.
Our Bond Guarantees Our Work
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L. E. BREWER, Ed. and Pub.
ney grocery store, and will carry
a complete line of groceries. The
Pantier boys are very courteous
when waiting on the public,
which has been demon-
second-class matter July 1 »trated b>’ tb?re raPid advancing
7th, 1911, at the post office at Wanette,
business in Shawnee and the trad
Oklahoma, under the act of March 3rd, ! they held when they were here
Advertisements based upon
insertions to the month.
All advertisements run and
for until ordered out.
ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY
before. See their ad elsewhere
in this paper. Give them a trial
and be satisfied.
. FOR THE.
Saturday was a good day with
the merchants. The streets we-*e
crowded from morning ‘till night
with people busy buying supplies
from our merchants.
George Adams, our efficient
water commissioner, has been
busy since the freeze repairidg
busted water pipes.
Ike Smith of Lindsay, visited j
his brother, John, this week.
Mr. Allis of Indiana is visiting
his so n's E. K., and Harry.
Plowing is in order with the
fa-n ers this week; Since the
freeze the ground is in excellent
[condition and 1912 bids fair to be
■ a bumper crop year for Pottawat-
i omie county.
W. H. Meek, the efficient eas-
ier of The State National Bank,
was in Dertison the first of the
Chas. Green and Jas. Thomp-
son spent Thursday at the count-
Attorney Geo. Jenkins was in j week.
! Shawnee Friday on legal business R A Denny of Pauls Valley
Ed. Wall of Watonga.Okla,, is spent Tuesday in town.
As we have heretofore mention-
visiting his brother and sister,
Osso Wall and Mrs. Ben Gault,
cd, The Enterprise is strictly in- tbis week-
dependent in politics, catering to
all political parties alike, and al-
ways standing in the defense of
that which is right and good. We
want to run your announcements.
Our rates are as reasonable as
could be desired. Don’t forget to
let us print pour cards. Our
C.R. Burton of Stratford was
shaking hands with the boys Mon-
Tecumseh is only 90 cents from
here, or 180 cents for two. Why
don’t G. E. get busy?
Several young people attended
a party at the country home of
Arch Carroll Friday night.
Minrlie Aurin of Tecumseh was
the guest of Alice Cottingham
Wednesday and Thursday.
JfeB; Jones of Konawa visited
relatives here this week.
Chas. Bethune and Miss Myr-
tle Cossey surprised their many
Statement of the Condition of the
State National Bank
At the Close of Business, Nov. 10; 1910.
© RESOURCES. &
© Loans and Discounts................$ 32,635.45 ©
© U. S. Bonds and Premiums.......... 6,476.56 ©
© Fixtures .......................... 6,370.88 ©
© Demand Loans on Cotton .$18,961.30 ©
© Cash and Exchange...... 37,895.38— *56,856.68 ©
© - ©
© Total ...........................$102,339.57 ©
© LIABILITIES. ©
® Capital ...........................$ 25.000.00 ©
@ Surplus and Undivided Profits....... 3,682.13 ©
© Circulation ........................ 6,250.00 ©
© Deposits ...................... *67,407.44 ©
© - ©
© Total ...........................$102,339.57 $
©®©®©©@@©©©©© © © ©©©•*©##©©©
F. O. Watts, President American Rankers’ Association,
President First National Bank of Nashville, Tenn.
H. T. Douglas, President Shawnee National Bank.
T. J. Broderick of the First NationaljBank of Nashville;
W. Id. Meek.
Si. R. Miller, President.
W. A. Weaver, Vice-President. S. J. Weaver, Cashier.
Wm. Beatty was in Guthrie
prices are right and service ex- ,ast weelc transacting business in : friends by quitely clipping away
cellent. j the FederaHjourtand incidentaly ,and marrying in Tecumseh last
taking some additional degrees week. The Enterprise joins their
Dr. Cordell of Romulus
We are receiving items from | been attending his mother, Mrs.
our democrat and socialist friends W. N. Brewer, who has been
but none from our republican! quite sick.
friends. What is the matter? We!
want to hear from all of you.
As we announced last week,
The Pantier Grocery Co., of Shaw
S. D. Stokes has bought the
building formely occupied by the
Ramey Hotel and is making exten-
sive improvements. He will open
many friends in wishing them
The Wanette Cornet Band ser-
enaded somebody (maybe two)
Monday night. Wonder who it
nee, have purched the W. H. Ha- up a furniture store in it when
G. A. DIKE
O. L. VIEUX
Wanette Livery Barn
See us for good rigs, good teams, prompt service 'and
reasonable prices. Phone No. 24.
ONE MILLION DOLLARS FOR A
Clip this from The^Enterprise, put it in your pocket book as
money, and if you will make a $1.00 cash purchase in January 1912
at Mundy’s hardware and furniture store in Wanette and present
this at time of purchase you will be given a pound of nails FREE.
Now clip it out, for you need the nails and they are FREE.
Mundys Hardware, Furni-
ture & Undertaking.
Thi* Offer Should Be a Warning to
Every Man and Woman.
The newspapers and medical jour-
nals recently have had much to say
relative te a famous millionaire’s offer
of a million dollars for a tiew stomach.
This great multi-millionaire was too
busy to worry about the condition of
his stomach. lie allowed his dyspep-
sia to run from bad to worse until in
the end It became incurable.
His misfortune serves as a warning
Every one who suffers with dyspep-
sia for a few years Will give every-
thing he owris for n ilew stomach.
Dyspepsia is commonly caused by an
abnormal state of the gastric juices,
or by lack of tone In the walls of the
stomach. The result is that the stom-
ach loses Its power to digest food.
Wo are nrtw nblo to supply certain
missing elements—to help to restore
to the gastric juices their digestive
power, and to aid In making the stom-
ach strong and well.
We know that Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets are a most dependable rem-
edy fttV disordered stomachs, Indiges-
tion. And dyspepsia.
Wo Want you to try them and will
return your money If you are not
more thall satisfied with the result.
Three sizes, 25 cents. 50 cents am’
M.OO. Remember, you can obtab
Rexall Remedies in this community
inly at but Store—The lm::: 11 Store
Petrie’s drug stores
This spring we will have
MILLINERY fresh from the
world’s Fashion Centres,
where the brightest brains
and the nimblest fingers have
been at work on some new
creation just for you.
An expert trimmer will be
here to give you the benefit
of her services.
K U G L E
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Brewer, L. E. The Wanette Enterprise. (Wanette, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, January 26, 1912, newspaper, January 26, 1912; Wanette, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853988/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.