The Mooreland Leader. (Mooreland, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, July 24, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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MOORELAND LEADER| Mooreland Market City Ordinances
Omkr Schnoebklen, Pubushek corrected every
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K'iterud May 2, 1U0B, at Mooi-p land, okla., n* ^ per doz
second class matt«r, und<fr Act of Coil-, SB* 1
aruss of March :t, ihtu. < Cream
' Corn mixed . . .
I'.ibllsh every Friday nt ntfllw <>n corner | ^orti white
Main and Second SI., Mooreland,Okla. i '
I Wheat, per fou . .
Price |1 the year, (A advance.
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FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1908
i Springs ....
i Old roosters each
Lost:—A11 Elgin watch with | '1 urkeys
silver case, at C. R. Wisley's sale. | Hogs
Finder will please return to this. Hides: No 1 . . .
office and receive reward. ! Krom mooreland
tf T. E. Robison.
Corn chop per cwt,
E. Shafer & Son are well pleas- Bran ,, ,,
td with their new location for j Shorts
their blacksmith shop. They are 1 Flour per sack, . .
now on Main street. ; Corn meal, ,, . .
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The First# National Bcink
Of Woodward, Oklahoma
Some reasons why" you should be one of our customers and
what we have to offer as absolute security to our depositors.
$56,000.00 Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits.
£50,000.00 Liability of Stockholders.
$1,000,000.00 Stockholders' Worth and Responsibility.
Protected by United States Laws Governing National
Protected by the Depositor's Guaranty Fund of the State
Protected by a steel lined Electric Burglar Proof Vault
which has never been defeated.
We are in the Roll of Honor Class as one of the Cleanest
and Best National Banks in the United State-.
We are United Stales Depositary.
We are Stale Depositary.
We are County Depositary. *
Interest allowed 011 time deposits and savings recounts.
We have lots of money to loan our customers. During
the panic we continued to loan when all others quit.
We are the only National Bank in Woodward county.
We are the Oldest and Largest National Bank in west-
Do your business with lis as we are always in line with
Urge finance and can do you more good than any Bank
in this part of the west.
Try us and get ease of mind and Complete Satisfaction.
Join the multitude and be with us. "We are the Bank of
and for the people.
The First National Bank
of Woodward, Oklahoma
Would You Buy a Farm at Any Price?
80 acres deeded land, fenced,
house, orchard, well, 30 acres in
crop; price $600.
80 acres deeded land, 40 acres in
crop, fenced, house, barn, corn
crib and granary, good well, also
320 acres school land; price$1,600.
160 acres school land, 100 acres
in crop, house, barn and well, im-
provements are worth $1,000;.price
160 acres, well improved, 120
acres in crop including 30 acres
fine alfalfa; price $5,000.
160 acres, 120 acres in crop;
price $4,ooo. "
Three 160 acre tracts, light im-
provements, all adjoining; price
A well watered and well fenced
ranch, 400 acres deeded land and
320 acres school land, 200 acres
good corn and alfalfa land, a fine
field of alfalfa now growing 011 it;
Another good ranch of 1,000
acres; price $12,000.
80 acres, all fenced and in culti-
vation, adjoins railroad town, well,
grove, orchard; price $1,600.
A good hotel and good business,
terms on it; price $2,500.
These farms are all nicely located and they are all close to school
and they are in the best, watered section in Oklahoma, and they are
located from \4 to 4 miles from a good railroad town and we are going
to sell them. We quote land and sell land just as low as the owner
will permit 11s to. We have no price except the price given us by the
owner of the land. We get our commission from the seller—not the
buyer—on actual selling price, and it is a part of our stock in trade
to help the buyer find a bargain.
We have a hundred farms for sale not quoted here. We get farms
to sell because we sell farms.
As to our manner of doing business we refer you to the Security
State Bank of Mooreland or any bank in Woodwarn county.
Write me or come and see me.
Ordinance No. 7
ii'rsday Relating to and defining misde- j
. . 14c nieanors within the town of Moore-
. . . lie | land and providing penalties for |
Be it ordained by the board of j
trustees of the town of Mooreland: |
Section 1:— It shall be unlawful |
for any person to ride or drive at a ,
rate of speed exceeding S miles per
hour upon any street, alley, or any
other, place within the corporate
limits of the town of Mooreland.
Section 2:—It shall be unlawful j
for any person to permit weeds,
herbage, or any other wild growth
of any kind to obtain a rank grow-
th upon any lot, or any other place
within the corporate limits of the
town of Moreland. It is hereby
made the duty of each owner of
real property within the corporate
limits of said town to mow said lot
or lots, as often as the board ol
town trustees, or the stieet com-
missioner may deem necessary and '
Section 3:—It shall be unlawful ;
for any person to cut, break or 111
any way impair, or injure any tree |
or to hitch, tie or fasten any horse I
or other animal to any tree within I
the corporate limits of the town of
Section 4:—It shall be unlawful
for any person, firm or corporation
within the limits of the town of j
Mooreland to keep or permit any
pig-pen, stable barnyard or out-
house, to become offensive to the
neighborhood, or detrimental to [
the public health, any person, of-
fending against the provisions of i
this section shall be deemed guilty |
of a misdemeanor and upon con-
viction thereof, shall be fined in
any sum, not exceding $50.00, and
moreover, the pen, yard, stable-or
outhouse so kept or maintained,
shall be deemed a public nuisance,
and shall be abated by the Marsh-
all of said town, if the owner
thereof shall fail after twenty-four
hours notice to abate such nuis-
ance, and the cost of such abate- !
ment of such officer shall be taxed j
against the property of said owner
and shall be collected as other taxes.
Section 5:—It shall be unlawful
for any person to speak, or utter J
obscene, or lascivious language or
word in any public place, or pub-
licly in any private place, or in the
presence or hearing of any female
j or females, or in the presence of I
any child or children, within the
corporate limits of the town of
Section 6:— It shall be unlawful
for any person or persons, to fight j
by aggreement or otherwise,in any !
private or public place within the j
corporate limits of the town of J
Section 7:— It shall be unlawful (
for any person to commit any as-
sault or battery upon another, or
to do another any manner or any I
kind of bodily harm within the cor-
porate limits of the town of Moore-1
Section 8:—It shall be unlawful
for any person or persons to en-
courage a bet or cause, either di-
rectly or indirectly any dog fight
of any kind, at or within the cor-
porate limits of the town of Moore-
Section 9:— it shall be unlawful
for any-person, or persons, either
directly or indirectly, to lead or
drive any horse, horses, or other
j animals, on or across any sidewalk
1 at or within the corporate limits of
the town of Mooreland.
Section 10:—Any person violat-
ing anv provisions of this ordinan-
ce shall upon conviction be adjud-
ged guilty of a misdemeanor and
shall be. punished by a fine of not
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The Mooreland Leader. (Mooreland, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, July 24, 1908, newspaper, July 24, 1908; Mooreland, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc157746/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.