The Terlton Enterprise (Terlton, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 17, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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Of fiscal couditiou of Terlton, City, County of Pawnee, State of Ok
lahoma for fiscal year beginning July 1st. 1912 and ending Juue 30th
1913; and estimated needs for curieut expenses for fiscal year begin-
i.igjiily mt 1913 and ending June 30th. 1914.
To The County Kxcise Board, County of Pawnee.
State of Oklahoma.
Pur>uant to the requirements of Section 2, Chapter 64, Ses-
sion L*ws 19 0. w- submit, herewith, for your consideration the
within Mate nit ut of the fiscal condition of the city of Terlton, couuty
of Pawnee, State of Oklahoma, tor the fiscal year beginning July 1st,
1912, aod ending Juue 30th 1913, together with an itemized state-
ment of the estimated needs thereof tor the fiscal year liegiuuiug July
1st 1913, and ending June 30th 1914.
Dated at Tcitou, tins the 7th day of July 1913.
C. E. Kibb ,
President of Board of Tiustees.
V. E. Miller,
TERLTON TuWN ESTIMATE.
Itemized Estimate For Curieut Expenses F. r The Fiscal Year Be-
ginning July 1st and Ending June 30th 1914.
At a meeting of the city couucil—Board of Trustees—held on the
firwt Monday iu July 1913 pursuant to the provis?ons of Section 2,
uf Chapter 64, Session Law-, of 1910, the following itemized estimate
for current expenses for the lis.i l year beginning July 1st 1913 and
ending June 3'j>t& 1914, was adopted; said estintate was subscbue itly
on the 17th day of July, 1913, abvertised by publication in the Terl-
ton Entkrpr ise, a newspaper published and of general circulation
111 said county, the date ot publication being vvi'iiiii five day* alter the
completion of siid esiiti'a'e. u at said estimate w.<s certified to tbe Ex
else Board within five d>y> alter 11 was cetinple ed by filing a copy
itit.'i the County Clerk of P .wnee C mnty on :h of July, 1913. af
tef Iteing duly signed and sealed by all members of said Board
Estimated by Ivs'd ain't to he lee'd Available Assets shown Bal. 1<
Hoard for cur from sources other
lent expense. than tax levy
$120 City Marshall None
Stieet Lighting Futd.
Street Ligut- Noiie N«>ue
$75 Con. & supply
I725 St and bridge "
Statement Of Expenditures Made from approved Estitn t
Fiscal Y«rtr Ending June 3O i< > 9 3-
Oeiicral f und:
Approved Estimate $447-'3
Estmintcd icceipts from othei sources other than tax levy 116.38
Received Irom other sources.
Unexpended balance on hand June 3O h 1912.
State of Oklahoma, County of Pawnee, SS:
We, C. E. Kibbe. President of Board—md V E. Miller, Town
Clerk- of Terlt >n ia Piwnee oiuutv, S ate of Oklalmm, d) hereby
certify that the above and foregoing estimates are correct and necess-
ary, and were made by the — Board of Trustees—at a meeting held on
the first Mouday in July, I913. whicb was the 7th day of July "9*3-
Witness our hand and seal this 7th dav of July, 1913.
C. 1\ Kibbe,
President of B >aid of Trustees.
V. E. Miller,
"Isyour son foreging ahead.
Mr J imps?"
"Sir. my son is no forger."
When a girl doesn't know what
else to do she hunts the pickle
Patients—I see they are going
to have a new telephone system.
Patris—Well, whether they do
or not it will end in talk.
She—I really believe you men
think more of your antomobiles
than you do your wives.
He—Why not? We can get an
improvod tnake every year.
Victor G'rayton the English
parlimentarian, who was expelled
from the house of commons foci
ROSS & JACKSON, CASH GROCERY.
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The Store of quality and low prices.
Canuies And Cigars Especulty ^
An auto given with every purchase, You econ-
omize by buying your groceries here.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
K03S & JACKSON
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_ j_The Terlt on Drug Company.
l iJONE No 55
'>r V<sih Orit'i, toilet articles,
is the place
Perfuii33— n /a;., everything fjaad ia an up-
t o-date Drug store.
tPeisc upturn's Jarefullv. Compounded,
in exhibit F col' n<
fin' t't to l>« deducted.
obstruction, said in New York
the other day.
"Your multimillionaires are
the glibbest lot of hipocrits that
history has ever seen. With one
hand they make gestures for a
Sunday school address, and witn
the other one they pick peoples
"These luen, preaching good
and doinx evil so piously, remind
me of an old fraud who .-aid:
"I belieye in patting up some*
thing for a rainey day."
"And, so Miying, lie sioh; Ids
neighbor's rain coat.
Miriam, aged five, had been
delegated 10 ipuk the baby to
I cant do it djam i," she said
after trying itf for some time.
He wont keep his eyes but
A tow headed boy had just Hp
plied for work he seeined to fit
the place and was told to begin.
The manager recalled that he
missed one point.
"O, Geoage." he askfd, " <lo
"Not dnrin work hours, ' the
kid answered. "But I'll take
one and smoke it after supper if
it's all the same to you '*
A 110 pound woman can take
a pint of t>'iir> and whip any 210-
pound man living.
| A girl doesn't worry about h*r
We make a specialty of High Grade cigars,
and tobaccos Cold drinks at our new fountain.
C M. Hughes, Prop. |
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D. S.GAYER, General Merchandise
Handles (IrocericsTfory gooSsTNotions Shoes.
Am giving a mirror, 2 1*2 ft x 1« in. with >'ach $10 cash
purchase, and $1.25 in v'asli Don't fail to get^ne. ^
A line of farm Implements
T erl ton, Oklahoma,
C. E. KIBliE
J. MARTIN HAYDEN
Sec Tkeas "
Old papers for
At The Churches.
Sunday School every Sunday
A woman* idea of a great trial j gloyes wrinkleing below her el | at jo «. m Prpaclnng every 3rd
is to have to select a middle bows, but it's different with ln<r Sunday, morning and evening hy
name for the baby.
Lots of men think they should
getCarnige medals because they
do not beat their wives.
"What has become of the old
fishianed woman who said you
would have to eat a peck of dirt
before you died.
There is only two things a wo
man cant beat one is a gas meter
and the other is a hard boiled
Love is a disease and onions
and marriage are the only cure
A smart man all ways tells his
1 ho Pastor. Ilev. Dorell.
Y. P. S. C. E.
Few, men are too proud to hejt wife that she looks younger and
I better in a $1 wash dn
or too honest to steal a kiss.
Lots of girls who aimed high |anything she has ever worn,
when they graduated have dev*-l
oped into expert biscuit shooters
It Is hard to say which Is the
most dangerous—dimples or dy
Don't gioucb because they
gigle when they are young.
They wont have auy-thing to gig-
le about when they are married.
What has become of the old
fashioned man who tucked his
napkin into hla collar?
Harry McCreary went to Tul
sa, on business. He will also
triait Mrs. McCreary at Clare
more, while away
If a man doesn't Ket any worse
off he imagines he is getting
What hns become of the old
fashioned man who used to wear
a pair ot suspenders and a belt
at the same time.
Yon can get used to anything.
I know s man who had to take it
so often that caster oil tasted
good to him.
Kibbe-Hayden Lumber Co.!
I) AI.KRS IN
Lumber rnd Building Material of
TERLTOr, : : OKLAHOMA
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Y. P. S. C. R. meets every
Sniuhiy night ut 7;30. A cordirl
invitation is extended to all.
Women have more sense than
men in some respects, but I
never saw a souse so full that he
wanted to kiss a bartender good
M. E Church.
Sunday school «'ver Sunuay
10:00 a. in , Mrs. Kibbe*. i*uper
niifii h ut. Preaching every 2nd
ind 4iti Sunday, 11:00 a in.
T. S. Mo**ick, PuMor.
leli and Heavy
C. E. KIBBE
Hardware Ifr; ;i-ure,
Carries a fuli 1 ne of
Hardware, Eu^i s Etc.
Also carr a fu!' Ii:;c of
Coal and Gas Chores, Ges Sittings
and PIun?:iag Supplies.
Always real/ to serve you.
C. E. ::iBBE HARDiV/IRE CO.
L. I) Church.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock
Keiigto Sunday night at 7:110.
Prayer meeting every Wed lies
day night. Sacrement Services
first Sunday In each month at
7:30 p. m.
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i When you ara hanffry think of '
SHA FFKR MEAT!
We handle ICE
Atwiya hi/? .n hulj ?i lifi3 of fre^'i a«id cured
meati Finh in season
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