The Terlton Enterprise (Terlton, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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First pnbllsned in Terlton Enterprise, | with are hereby repea'ed.
J Section 4. An emergency is her e-
fun \A I by declared to exfst by reason
Ordinance No 14. . ^ j( necc„slry (<)[ the im.
An ordinance amending Section 31 mediate preservation of the public
of Ordinance No. i, of the town of i,eajti, and safety that this ordin-
f~\ k .. O > A S\f ... . 0 . • S •
,Terlton, Pawnee County, State of
Oklahoma, and declaring an emer-
BR IT ORDAINED BY THE
board of tru stees of the
TOWN OP TERLTON.
Section I. That section 3 of Or-
dinance no. 1 df the town of Terl-
ton, Pawnee cou ity, State of Okla-
homa. is hereby amend5d to read
hs follow*; Section 3. Any per
sou violating the provisions of this
ordinance shall lie deemed guilty of
a misdemeanor and upon conviction
s'.nll b; fi'^d not less tlun one
4ollar nor more thin twenty five
d >Hnrs, at the discretion of t h e
Section 2. All ordinances and
parts of ordinances i > conflict hfcre-
wit t art hereby replied.
Section 3. An emergency is
hereby declared by reason whereof
u is necessary for the immediate
preservation of the public health
mul safety that this ordinance shall
heooaK eff :otive and b; iniorce
from and after iis passage, and ap-
Pa^ed by the Board nf Tiustees
of tue Town of Trrlto 1 ibi, 7thday
, of J nu«ry i9'4. ^
C. E. Kl<3 *K, President of the
Buid ol rru*toe of the Town of
(A««t) V. U. MILLER, Town
I h:rcl y a.ip 'ove tins o.dmauce
i hi- 7 th diy of J ami *ry 1914. £-
!•, KIBBE, President of The Board
J fruaiees of 1 l eTown of Teiltou.
Ordinance ISo 15
An ordin cj providi ig fori
licence tax to ti.- «Vie*apbd •* h e
owners, leasees or persons having
ance shall become effective and be
in force from and after its passage
Passed by The Board of Trustees
of the Town of Terlton, Pawnee
Couuty, State of Oklahoma, t h i •
7th day of January 1914.
C. E KIBBE. President of the
Board of Trustees of the T wn of
(Attest) V. E. MILLER, Town
I hereby by approve the above
ordinance this 7th day of January,
1914. C. E. KIBBE. President of
the boaul of Trustees of the Towp
of Terlton. Adv.
First published in Terlton Enterprise,
January 22nd W14.
Report of Condition of
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of
Terlton, in the State of Oklahoma, at
the close of business January 13, 1«14.
Loans and Discounts...... *«0.795.04 j
overdrafts secured and unse- i
U. s. Bonds to secure circu-
Bonds securities, etc ; o.i.00
Banking House, Furniture, --
and Fixtures. - 2100.00
Due from National Hanks
[not reserve ajfents] - - IN,327.00 |
Due from apnrovert Koserve
Not 8 of other Natioual B'ks 105.00
Fractional Paper Ou 1 rencv,
Nickels and l^ents 2B.1M
Lawful money reserve in Bank VIZ:
Legal Tender N't's 1,300.00—-5,230.30
Redemption fund with U. 8. ,
Treas. 5 peicentof circulation.!,250 00
Total . .'123,115.46
Capital stock paid In 25,00i).00
Surplus fund* .1,500.00
Undevided prollts, le*s ex.
• c t as counters and certify the re-
sult to the County election Board,
who shall canvass the returns as in
case of regular elections.
The Clerk of the said Town of
Terlton shall prepare the ballot for
such special election; which shall
set lorth the proposition or proposi-
tions to be voted upon; and if more
than one proposition is submitted,
they shall be so arranged that each
proposition may be voted upon sep-
arately, but said ballots need n o t
be in the form required by "the gen-
eral electioh law of Oklahoma.
And und«r and by virtue of t h e
said authftrfly in me vested, by the
said resolution no. 1 and 2, I here-
by submit at such special election
the following proposition:
, 'Shall the bonds of the Town of
Terlton, P iwnee ,C« uniy, State of
Oklahoma, be i*ued for the pur-
pnse-of raising a s u m sufficient to
establish a municipal gas plant and
gap pipe line and system (or S a i d
town of Terlton; said bonds to be
of an amount no t to cxreeJ five
thousand dollar.4 to mature in
twenty years but piyable at any
time after the expiration of t e 11
years at lhe.oplion ol the town and
to bear not'ft) exe?e 1 s*x p;r Cent
SURE SIGNS OF DEATH. ' SLOW TO ACCEPT INVENT.0W
owners leasees 01 o . ....
r i li ilI or onerat- I penses and taxes paid 1,116.30
inchirge any p P National B;mk Notes o itstand-
i*U any po>l tables or billiard
tables for hire, profit or o.herwise
and fixing a penalty for the viola-
thereof and repealing all or-
dinances or parts of ordinances in
omtlict therewith and declaring an
Hii IT ORDAINED BY THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF
THE TOWN OK TERLTON.
Section 1. Tflit every persou,
lirui. corporation or co-pattneiship,
operating any pool hal , pool table
«r billiard table, either for hire,
profit or otherwise, ether as owner
leasees or haviug the same in ctaatg
„h ,11 be required to pay into 1 h e
Town Treasury in advau e, belore
operating any snch pool or billiard
table or hall, a special licence f e e
„i- tax of four dollars ($4) per
month for each pool or billiard
lable s> operated; such special tax
to be paid into the Towu Treasury
and the Town Treasurer shall issue
so su:h person paying such special
tax, a receipt for same and uoon
the premutation of such receipt to
the Town Cierk h® an til issue to
sm?h persou a licence thsrefrom.
Provid-d that the payment of I h e
special tax as above specified aud
the obtalnment of snch receipt shall
be deemed to have complied with '
the term* of this ordinance upon
I be failure or refusal of t h e Town
Clerk to issue such licence.
Section 2. Any person violating
any of the provisions of this oidin-
ance shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor and for each and
every day he ot she persists in the
National Bank Notes o itstand
Individval Deposits, aubject
to check .49,056,91
Time Certificates of deposits 18,046.85
Certified Checks 1,060,00
Cashier's Checks outstanding 535.28
State of Oklahoma, Pawnee County ss:
1, J. Martin Hay den, Cashier of the
aliove named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above utatemeat is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.# J.
Martin Hayden, Cashier.
Correct Attest: J- E. Florer.
Subscribed and sworn to l efore me,
this 17th day of January 1 14. C. O.
Adsit, Notary Public. [My commis-
sion expires March 4 1914. Adv.
And ut dvi atii.d by vuiue of the
ain i n hoiiiy au in. ve*udt b) re
>ouitioii no. 2! I h.-ieoy miouiu mi
such sp.iii.tl *.1 ciioij the 1 a'tii^
qnestio.i 01 pio^ioMliiiii:
".•>o. lt tne 1 the to* >t
Tcrlti , P.w.ite C m ity, St.itc <'1
Oihuoiu-i, t>7v.iiievi I r tiie pu.-
p .se of r tiMxg'a'^niu sufficient t« J
pu ch SJ a S tt-.at'i l'b .ild a j .1 Mlid
io\v < tiuiiaiim t't <' •. tuwu • i T rl-
ton; .*aid b i; d-> 10 b • ot an auim it
not t' vx^-*vd >'ie t!j M.sati'l Oo 1 .r.
to ma uic in l wci ty yeal* but piy
able atan> fine t u « x.nra 1 >i
of Jen year-., U,f h^upljo • < l t n >
town au to 0 tr tilted >1 al h
rile of not to ex: • i ^ X • r cen .
Iii witness tUereof, I h ive h .K j
unto set my hand f is 23rd day o j
C. E. Kibbe. President of the
boatd of tru uees of the town u j
the to A'n of Terlton.
Attest: V. E. Miu.kk, T an
Ouidad byt Th«m, Thar* U Little Dan-
ger of Prematura Burial.
There la • wtdeapread belief among
edu>-uted persons that burial while
still alive Is. though not probable, at
least possible. As evldeuce of this be-
lief oue has but to uotlce bow many
persons leave instructions In tbelr wills
for the taking of s|>eclal precautions
to guard uKulust this most dreadful of
eatastrophies. 1 '
When embalm lug takes place,. of
course, there is uo possibility of beUiff
burled alive, yet helug killed by eta-
baliuliiR fluid Instend of beiug allowed
to revive and siwnd many more years
on earth Is not the fate one would se-
Although there is but one infallible
•lgu of deuth-uamely. putrefaction—
yet there are many other signs, no one
of which Is Incontrovertible, yet that
when taken together, even In the ab-
sence of putrefaction make the diagno-
sis absolutely sure
The heart may stop besting, but this
does Hot net ewarlly mean that the pa-
tient Is dead. The writer recalls a
case In his personal observation when
a woman's neart stopped lieatlng thir-
ty-four times In twelve hours and each
time was started up again by Injec-
tions of bnindy and of nitroglycerin.
That In more than si* years ugo. and
the woman I« alive and strong today
It Is often very difficult to tell the
precise moment of death, but when
the lieurt refuses to respond to stluui
Intluii. when the body becomes rigid,
when the blood coagulates and the eye-
balls Kv oine flnwid and lose their ten-
sion. then there Is no doubt that death
has come The greatest safeguard
agaiust premature burial la the length
of time that In this country elapses be
fore the Istdy Is consigned to the
ground. New York World.
*■ a People. Americana Have M
Thcmsalvaa |Mt R' ;ord Agalnel
Notable Adv«ncar anta.
W* of tbli big republic complaeeat
17 affirm tie glory of our natloaal
ackjerementk, and aro not wltkMt
temptation to acclaim them aa preel
of superior craft -nrt Judgment
Out herein do we forget that we
are ea teeoM a having cast our v<Ae
against every move *.b«t baa eratrfe
ated to the preaent r 'ur's develop
w« raised our voices Id eontampt*
eva pioteat. agalrit the first pr«faetad
railways. Had van locomotive walked
Ha algnal froir the people, tt would
set ret have str toll'
When the cj.. telegraph wan
ihv*wn to ua we bnismd It aside at •
toy, and laughed Its ttveator to ecora
when he offered to sell us his rlfMe
far a tew thousand dollaraj •. •
We put Into Jail sa a. Impostor tit
irut man that brought anthracite coal
ta market. We hVokt to' pieces Howe's
sewing machine aa ap InreaUea oal
eulated 1* rule the worklac elaseee;
and we 4B« in* *sme thing to the har
veater aad th. binder. We sceraed
the typewriter as a plsythlnf.
We gathered together 'n meae meelr
^gs ef indignation at (he trat pro
total to install electric trolley lfnea,
} lad when Dr Bell told us he had l
vented aa lnatrument her meaaa ol
vhleh we might talk to t • anethar
across the town we reeposded with
accustomed ridicule, aad only the
reckless among ua contributed M Ma
feeing — AtlanUe.
Written on the bign po^t8 in
success is. "Pride of Perr "
flour. Try h sack and jou will
use ii" oilier. Adv.
♦ ♦ ♦
Proclamation For Special
Election Of The Town Of
First Published in Enterprise,
January 29th 1914.
Notice is hereby given lhat by
authoiity vested in uie under and
by virtue ol resolution adopted I y
the b >ard of Trustees of t h c Town
Terlton on the 23rd of January 1914
as resolution No. land resolution
no. 2 for aaid Town of Terlton, I
heieby call a special electiou of the
qualiBed tax paying voters of the
Town of Terlton, Pawnee County,
State of Oklahoma, to bi h e 1 d at
the usual voting pla:e in said town,
ttwit: at Kibbe—Hayden Lumber
Co office upon the 24th day of Feb
ruary; polls to be op.*n at seven
ROAR OF THE THUNDER.
Its Length snd Strength Depend Upon
the Lightning Flash.
UcbtninK is the glare of o prodigious
electric sp.srk thai is turned loose
from sonic place no longer strong
enough to in !ti it and forms a tre-
mendous b':t"lng are as tt leaps from
cloud to cloud or from clond to earth.
The little spnrk of a laboratory ma-
chine makes n « rnckllng noise, and the
gigantic one in the sky makes a cor-
reg|>nndiiicly grent one ns It tears
through the nlr nnd sets up vibrations
of tremendous Intensity
Rut It is notices hie In a thunder
storm that the thunderclaps sr* of
very •llffereut loudness and quality -of
so'in I The length ami strength of a
thunder | eal. as 11 meteorologist points
out In Knowledge, depend mainly on
the sine of the accompanying lightning
discharge, but the loudness and sharp
uess of the crack that eomes before
I he peal depend chiefly on the dlrei-
ti,m taken by Ihe electrle current rela
live to ihe hearer
The linn erick or rending noise
«i uies from ihe flash ltm lf: the peal
that follows ciHislsts of echoes from
the iIi iii|h t r mountain sides when
hills n:e iii'sr. Partliermore, the nolae
of 1 lie a tual tlnsh i-omee to ua from
•ill a Ions Ihe ilxhtnlng'H path. We
hear <ir*l lhat nt Ihe beginning of Ihe
flush and later the noise made toward
Die end « r lis path When this Is short
and we nr.' s i situated with reference
to II tli I I tie whole re|">rl tenches our
oars almost slmilllaueously. say In a
•piarter a se«n<l. II snunila like one
terrific thump or crash Hut if lh« j
electric arc is long and the n« lse lake*
I wo or three fti-niid* to reach ns coin j
plelely It tniiiH^lles Itself luto a long. ,
tcarluc roar Thus yon Inay Judge < t I
the character f a lightning flash from I
its own report of proceedings
Autno/k an r ?^e' Rr ► •
At tha dinner glvtn by tbv l'i
i-eople to Arnold Hetu.eU Just W> •
ha sailed for Englacd, a dinner wl;
waa attended by many of II t .ite s >
tights that live In or near New Yc a.
a dlacuaalon came up aa to wneM" «
ta this day of tha rapid uutpLt .
nratura a man could live y ins booi.s.
Mr. Benne'.t said hs «as aura thai
«any auttora could, aa-l be Instant
ua ease of a your.g t itaor be kne
la T/ondon who wa j hard up Ibni
ba oauld not get eu./«iah cash to pi./
for his dinner.
An Idea at'ttck him. He visits* h.
publisher 1 and there asked fo s's
copies of his latest noeel. whlcr. wsi
prired st five shllllnge. ordering that
the books b* charged *.■> his account
This was dors; Wlto the vol ames
ender bis arm he vlel'ed a stconA
band bcok dealer m he nelghno*
bood, and, as tha bqoku were perfect-
ly He*. *e' fiitaage4 to sell the stj
if them for tea shillings, with which
ram he had a rattling good Manet
tnd aa em-ring st the tb atai.
"Oh, yes," asid Mr. I.«nn*tt, "even
ike humblest author can llva by hit
books- If he li. published an)
every oay « «. — d bg , d
violation of the same shall be deem- 0 , ' n
^ ed ® stperite olfettce and upon coo. ® o clock p. in. o( said d.y, D.
^c.ionr.h.llb«fio«di„ ...y T, , ,
' , . ,. „ tlie judges of such special electio 1,
not less than one dollar ot morel' 8 r
than tweoty-five dollars, at thelsnd Kd Mann and J. R. Owinn,
j ^TpHIS d. is directed at Lie
I I t:;ati v^ho Hps «11 the
I business tr his line in
j t'-is con muntty.
j ft .'.'v. Merchant—You
! y.m'v it c.11. You're ee l- J
i 14 r.icni all tiicy"! buy, any- |
t.ow. Eut nt V f rime tin.e
viwi M'oa: i Mte more businea«. A
!*laithis co'.iimurity bu *
•5 Advf ruse stron;'i„', consist '
e nly, jnd.cious!]'.
t' Suprose you can buy a lot ?
rf'Aa. ii'nba cliea.), 'i lverti3tf
k 1.4 v. anhtul- sale 'u this pa
f :t. Tot in nn i-.v iting pic-
tm « va htub vhere
: c*n r. .c it the minute
l!i y lor!: pt your ad. V'-lk
«!*• ong on jvasbtuts. And
you'll Ir. d tvw-tv wornan in
this vicinity who has been
pitting s'ong with a rickety
wachtub for yeers and years
will buy a nev* one from you.
CJ That's creative business
discretion of the court.
Section 3. All ordinsnces and
parts of ordinances In conflict here
will be the Clerks of such specisl
election, which judges and clerks
will conduct said election and also
OURj AD. RATE# ARB RlOHl
-CAI.L ON US
A l'sdiets Pause.
fnlbouu getting marrV<l.
Utile 11 ml lean, he kIimmI nt the altar
liexide 11 tall olid robust brKle of IMn
(Nimids or 111 ov The ceremony pro
c«H-dcd r >gnbiriy mull in ihe hrh'.e's
reply Ihe words l love. Inosir awl
obey" were |Monottiice<l
At tfils jmt -tu > Itrhle-nsnn CJalhotui
('lav he'd n(i lil-t rlgtil Imnd A pniise
ensued. In the slIetK-e r.iltiouu said:
"Kxeime me. |nihwni. Imt Ah woi'ld
Tl;iv « its wn't tt moment an' let de full
. ileiunltv "• de v ordH nliik In espe
chilly ile Im<I two All's Innii mirried
liefo'." Wsslilnglou Htar
The I'efsln n nsllve l rend today la
very little dl.Tcrvnl from Ihnt ns«td a
tlioicaml year- ago The Perxlan oven
l„ t<ni t >f -iiHMith masonry work In
Hie groend and l« u*imlly iiIkhu the
«|*e I.r a '• ■ Wei. Milliv of tllelii have
lieeii it'^l for 11 l entnry The dough Is
forimsl Into l III a «lieet« abioil a f«s t
loir.* and two leet wide and slupiied
ailiili'Hl the Hide <>r Ihe oven It laikea
In a few minutes.
"WilliI I'ciaine of that play you
wrote live venr* agof'
"The managefM decided It wss too
daring lo produce
"Send II on again "
"1 did They any lt> too fame now "
% tula carrying a ladder . Is ton**
he crowdvd etre«t* o: Pn.ladsltit:a
he other day a bl* 'r'st «- *as ta
*nfortur.ate a to t: raK s jiate g^'S
>(lndow la s ah «M. 'niuiedlu.jly drot^
ilng Ma ledJe a On i,r"'0 .aio a
in, But be .hit b*-T K.i i -'ha
thopkoeiK wno 01 i«c- Mm am*
taught him • t'ae cnlUd
"9ea tie'e!"' -agrl'v el ^tmeJ thh
ibnpkeeper when be hart regained hU
>reatk. "ynu Save brokn my window!"
"Bure 1 hara." aeaaated tbe OH,
dl l i t you see me '■unalng ^o a
f l * 'i« etarer t« pai for ttft
Kamlef ta Bay.
Aaaefdlsg to s delightful story «f
Bhellay. recounted In the tn'ernstloaal
lournsl of Kihles by Rev. Bradley 0*V
m a. 'he «t>lendld mental equlpmaat
iba peat did not Include humor.
In his chArnrterl*tlcs1i Impsaalnaes
way 8he11e) «as deeply Interested Is
'he p oblem of Immortality One day
ti mr nnri emsld whv.-llng s *er;
young "hlld lr a Pv. .imhulstor
"Men Is a little foil.' lie refleetea
•re^eatly row to enr«b out of th«
vest unknown preceding hnnar l,fe
Perhaps l e can 'ell me sonv*'b!er
ahoul the Rf♦,a, nnVn "Vtj nftei li'inv
life The two realms may be me nra
f .e «ame."
IN seeoaled ll e infant f -ke. but "i
rourse gained no «e pon«e ">dy 4
blank Infertile stare
"Alas! s'ss! luted She J- "Ho*
*ary re'^'nl 11 • 'llile ir^etto*«e
a o o
II you inltfoJ
(o have f'
|ef our prices
mi h w a Vi
lix« d for turning
-it of this kind
•lr ^uick time.
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