The Statesman. (Foyil, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 30, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 2, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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T. A. Cimt, Pro. W. G SMWroit, V P. T. L. Lake, Casbfer
financial Statement of the foyil State Bantu
Foyil, Rogers County, Okla.
At the'close of business, October 4th, 1907.
Loans and Discounts, $11,510 04
Overdrafts 95 25
Banking House, Fur-
niture and Fixtures 2,000 00
Real Estate 200 00
Cash on band and in
other bank a . 18,304 64
STOP and THINK!
The above is correct.
T. L. LANE, Cashier.
"Local Passenger,No. 404, 644.a* m-
" 408, 519,p m.
Local Passenger,No.407,12 57 a.m.
" 4 5. 7 45Pm-
H. R. SwEARlNGEN, Ag't.
Regular preaching service as fol-
towes, each month'
M. E. Church—Regular services-
First and Third Sunday in e^ch
month at 11 a, m , and 7 30 p, m,
Rbv. Wm Clapham, Pastor
Union Sunday School at 10 a
m. every Sunday.
O A Johnson, Sup't.
Everybody welcome at all these
Oklahoma Herd Law.
The constitution and enabling
act provides that as soon as the con-
stitution is ratified by the President
the laws of Oklahoma Territory
shall be extended over the entire
state. A number of our people
have asked me for information re-
garding the stock law, or herd law.
For the benefit of these inquirers
and other interested persons I have
compiled the following from the
"Eyer^ owner of swine, sheep,
goats, stallions, or jacks, shall re
strain them at all times and all
seasons of the year from running at
"All other domestic animals
other than the ones above mention
ed, shall We restrained from run
ning at large unless permitted to
run at large as further provided by
It Is provided when a petition
signed by twenty-five homesteaders
or free-holders, legal vbters and
residents of a county, is presented
to the board of county commission-
ers said commissioners in session
said commissioners shall divide the
county into stock districts of not
less than seventy-two nor more than
one hundred, and forty-four square
miles and in compact form. Said
commissioners shall consider
whether the land embraced in said
district is better adapted for graz
ing or agricultural purposes.
On petition of one fourth of tbe
legal Voters of the stock district so
established, tbe question of wheth-
er stock other than hogs, sheep,
goats, etc., shall run at large, shall
be submitted to a vote of the people
of the district. If a majority be in
favor of letting stock run at large
the same shall be in force for-thrte
year; after which time the stock
must be kept up unless the people
again vote for them to run at large
The owner of such stock that
shall run at large ir 'he district
shall be liable for all damages done
by such animals; which may be
recovered by action at law; or the
injured (damaged) party jnay at
his option put the stock up and re
tain them in some safe place at the
expense of the owner, until the
damagts are paid
If tbe owner go and take the
stock away without tbe consent of
the person having them under re-
straint, he will be guilty of a mis
^demeanor and shall pay a fine of
not less than ten ($10 00) dollars
nor more than one hundred ($100 •
00) dollars, or be imprisoned not
less than ten days nor more than
thirty days, or both.
A lien stands on the stock for all
damages and if damages and costs
of keeping the stock be not paid
the stock shall be sold to the
highest bidder upon due and pro
per notice. Justices of the Peace
have jurisdiction in such cases.
The Oklahoma Statutes make no
provision for hogs running at large
at any time or under any consider-
ation. It is plainly stated that they
"shall be restrained irom running
at large at alltimhs and all sea-
sons. Wi«. R Harper.
Fpr Drugs, Medicines and Toilet Articles.
Fbbschlf^io^© Specialty .
Over 4,000,000 people are wear
ing Star Brand Shoes. Why? Be
cause they are honest made, and
every pair stamped with a "Star"
on the heel, which insures you that
the manufacturer of these Shoes
has inspected each and every, pair
which is a guarantee that you will
receive full value for your money.
For sale by.
Come in and subscribe for The
Statesman for tbe ensuing year for
yourself, if you are not already
a subscriber; and also one for
a friend or relative.
All Legal Papers carefully drawn.
fottixi, x^tstx). tee.
Undertaking and Embalming.
F. M. Paige, an experience Em-
balmer in charge/ Phone 131
Chelsea. - Ind- Tep.
laHAY & SHAW,
Commercial Collections Offi:e in
Opera House building,
Down by the R. R. You will Find
Blacksmith and General Repair
Horseshoeing a Specialty. '
All work in Wood or Iron promptly
executed. > Carpentry .depart-
ment presided over by S G.
Brown. Give us a call.
Our advertising rates are 10 cents
an inch per week, payable at the
end of each fourth issue Subscrip-
tions, Cash in Advance!
Statesman does Job Work when
we can get it.
Do you read The Statesman? If
not, why no* ?
"This is Hades!" yelled Charon.
"Take the barge ahead. This bar-
ge goes to the barn. Step lively!
Wateh your gridele and pitchfork,""
"Shucks!" murmured a discon
tented passenger. "This place is no
improvement over the upper
world "—Pittsburg Post.
Ladies' Aid Soeiety.
Ladies' Aid meets each Wednes-
day afternoon at home of members.
Mrs G E Bolbn, Pres.
Mrs O A Johnson, Sec'y.
I O O F
Foyil Lodge No 130,1 OOF
meets every Saturday at 8:oo p. m.
evening. Visiting brethren cordi-
allyihvited to meet with us.
G W Vincent, N G
A G Henry, Sec'y
Come to Statesman office for your
Bills, Cards, etc., etc. •
Have the Statesman do your
For Sale!—Three-horse power
gasoline engine and steel buhr-mill.
Grinds meal or chops. A good lit-
tle outfit. W. R. Harper.
A Gentle Laxative
Cedar Camp No. 156, meets First
and Third Friday night in each
G E Foreman, C C
M H Ward, Clerk
l (i T A Lodge No 274-.
Foyil Lod^e No. 274, A H T
A , meets on tbe Second and
Fourth Saturday of eacfc month at
2:30 p m
T B Lafferty Pres.
Wm R Harper, Sec'
M W A
M W A Lodge No i22tf\
meets on Second and Fourth Tues-
day in each month at 8 o'clock p.
R H McMahan, V C
0 A Johnson, Clerk
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