The Hollis Post-Herald. (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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Financial Statement and Estimate
Statement of Fiscal Condition of the Town of Hollis, County of Harmon, State of Oklahoma, for
Fiscal Year beginning July 1st 1915 and ending Juno 80th, 1916, and Estimated Needs for
Current Expenses for Fiscal Year beginning July 1st, 1916 and ending June 30th, 1917.
Financial Statement-Exhibit "A"'
Statement of Expenditures made from Approved Estimates during the Fiscal Year ending June
30th, 1916, and of Estimated Receipts ana Amounts actually Collected from Sources
other than Ad Valorem Tax for such year.
Estimate for Fiscal Year
Kndin^June SOlh, 1910
Estimate for Fiscal Year
Ending June 30th, 1910
Estimated Itecelpts and Actual Collections
from Sources other Than Ad Valorem I ox
For Fiscal Year Undine June ;!0. 1910
NAME OF ^KM COV-
EUKU BY iiSTIMAE
rie? 1.344.00'... .
Supplies and Con- ! |... .
tingertt Expenses ,.647.851
Water Department |. .86.37 ...
Street Department |.635.25|....
Lighting Departm'tl .45.10!
Cemeteries j .270.00]
344.00i2960.c0 2950.00 . 10.00 .568.31
. .45.10|. 960.00| 960.00
. ]2028.57|10,100. -8442.58
595.96! .852.31) 515.22
1912 Issue ..
Ajax FireTSngi'e Co
,800.00 2000.00 1203.00
.200.00 .200.00| ). 200.001
[3168700) 8280, OOi4812.OOS468.aOf
Exhibit "B"—Cash Account
FUNDS AND ITEMS
Balance Cash on Hand
Police Court Fines
.) | ...... |-
) I I
). .. 7304.26
) i i-
> j - |.
| SINKING FUND
Coupons Paid ' ......
Total Balance and Receipt j7644.34|2l869.77l
I | |29514,lljTotal Disb. and Balance
j Balance Cash on Hand
Exhibit "C"~Tax Roll Account
City or Town Estimate
Itemized Estimate for Current Expenses for the .Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 1916, and ending
June 30th, 1917. t
At a meeting of the
Monday in July, 1916,
Ok'ahoma 1910, the following . .
the fiscal year beginning July 1st, 1916, and ending June 30th, 1917, was adopted and approved
and ordered published in the Hollis Post-Herald, a newspaper published and of general circula*
tion in said Town, to-wit:
NAME OF ITEM COVERED BY ESTIMATE
Estimate for Cur
For 4 Councilmen
For Town Clerk * • •
For Town Treasurer
Supplies and Contingent Expenses
For Salary of Chief of Police
For Salary of )mployees
For Maintenance and Supplies
to bo Koceivcu
Otlter than Tia
is shown in Kx
"F" of Financial
Balanec to Hi- Rflseit
13 j1 t'six Levy
1000.00J 721.13!.. ..278.87
.... 3500.001.... 3308.03!.... 191.97
.... 2600.00|... 2500.001
...2500.00) . ,2500.00| . |
972.00| 1 71.22) 900.7S
180.00!.. ■■180.00! 1
.. .10692.00 . . 6709.161. .. .542.0C~| 3440,73
PURPOSE OF BONDS, OR NAME OF PER-
Amount of Bonds
Rate of Int.
Waterworks |... 52000.00
Sew erage Extension .. .20000.00
Ajax Fire Engine Co,
... .597.70)' 6j^ .200.00)
.780597.701 ) ....8280.001
STATE "OF OKLAHOMA? COUNTY OF HARMON, ss:
We the undersigned, duly elected, qualified and acting officers of the Town of Hollis CwTit/
and State aforesaid, da hereby certify that the items and amounts enumerated in the foregoing
statement of estimated needs are reasonably necessary for current expenses in the proper con-
duct of affairs of the said municipality; and, that said estimates were prepared and made at a me
<eting held on the first Monday in July, 1916, thesame being the 3rd day of July, 1916.
<eting .. „
Witness our hands and seal, this the 12th day of July, 1916.
C. M. SMITH, Treasurer.
B. B. BELL, Clerk.
C. W. GILLILAND, Mayor.
Presidnet of Board of Trustees.
DUNK. BOT I S, Regular Correspondent
1 g n'
Mrs. Gussie Owen is visiting
her mother at Newlin.
Mr. and Mrs. Noveland Striek
land from Mo Queen.- Mafcjj.
Sim Flinders is stirred up in the name of the Government) h,)|ne ftIks last wct>i.
City valuation as extended in rolls for the year beginning
County -€iori*K ..
, ., rcr /! 1 ™ ©ver the Mexican situation. He of the United States, alws
July 1, 1" 15 (based on certificate of j wantg ^ and has t an ad_ lake the middle of the road.
always! Mr. and Mrs. C B. ITollemaa
NAME OF PCSl)
Total Tax Ex-
tended on Rolls
I County Treasurer
in I'roccss of
t 'oiler lion
) 041 |.. . 2954.021.
| 10185! |.... 8064.32 ...
I |. . 11313.00. j .11018.84). . .294366
Exhibit "D"--Warrant Account
Warrants-Outstanding June ao,fW5 |. ..fcwie..iWarrants Part «0urrem years aeries
Warrants Since Issued—Old Esti- ! Balance Warrants Outstanding aune
m*™Yr ending J^e 30,1915 .... j.. -Nose. .|30, MJ-W.■ ftodtfc.40 .
Warrants issued—Current Esti- ..J I Total Warrants Paid and Outsta*«d
ma^e*—Yr.ending June 30, 1S16 .). .13254.58 ing .
in the Tickville Tidin^wanttag Tie"TkikvUto*kt!ll|amended tbe-.'osit.st at Mania
to exchange a cow for a good cuts hair on Saturdays. Butllasl
before entering upon a job he
^ , m. . ... I takes the precaution to place
The main street at Tickville fen(jers over the customers ears,
looks deserted since the hogs
j aed (sows have been prohibited Isaac Hellwanger took in the
' from running at large. ) sights at Tickville one day the
,, _ .. -ti ' lore part of this week. While
A man from the Calf Rihs|there he went up into a two
neighborhood was m Ilogwal- ^0l.y building and looked out
low yesterday and tried to seU the window at the earth beIow.
the Postmaster .a load of wood He wanted to take a ride on a
fire escape,, but there are none
yet in Tickville.
Exhibit «E"--Bond and Judgment Account
purpose: of homos or
Date of Bonds or
Tate of Maturity
or Term o£ Bonds
or Jud(f rient>>
1|1912| Jan.| 1)1932)
6| 20000.00| 1200.00 20000.00j
6 .80CtO.OO| .480.00
quired by Law
to Be Raised
to June 30th.
ti 0. to Retire
Fund'g: 1912 issue) Jan
Judgments: Ajax ••••■•' ••
Fire Engine Co 6ll914|due in 3 an Inst.). .388.72| | |
Totals . A.!.. -180388.721 4800.00)800QM0]
. .None. 5200.00
,. None.. |... ^80.00
. .None. J,. .8280,00
Exhibit "F^-General Summary of Financirl Statement
NAME OF FUND
Taxes in Pro-
Cash to Credit eess of Col-
of this Fund lection Exhib
June 30th. 1918 it"C"
Unexpen d e d
June Joth. 191ts
. .294.66| 5135.42)
for use next winter. That gen-
tleman should sit down some-
where and take a good long
rest, as he is Jiving entirely too
far in advance.
Yam Sims has set in to
courting a red-headed girl near
. . ,, , . , Tickville. It is believed that
The tram that comes into[he ^ care anything about
Tickvile every \veek, is her an(j going there to make
mng to run late, as the black-) Migs Flutie Bclchor think more
Jjerry vines along the nght-of-if him
\\vay are showing ripe berries.
The first installment of a se-
rial story appeared in the Tick-
ville Tidings last week. The
story will wind up about Christ-
mas if nothing happens to ths
Somebody over near Bound-
ing Billows set the dawgs on the
Depity Constable the other day.
This was the first hot race the
Depity has had since the last
Clab Hancock, who is a con-
stant reader of the Tickville
Tidings and who has been mar-
ried three times, says he enjoys
reading the obituaries but al-
ways skips all marriage write-
A presidential possibilty is a
largeminded person entirely sur-
rouded by enthusiastic constit-
Mr. and Mrsv--'Krauk Goad left
for Eastern Oklahoma Saturday.
Mr. G. W. Walls was in Dod
Claude Gamble is in Al-tu#
having his eye treated,
Mrs. W. C. Black visited Mrs.
B. T. Webb Tuesday of last week.
Miss Bessie Owen visited Mis#
Verna Champion Saturday and
Stella B. Strickland -%'eturn'«4
Friday from Mc /Queen wher«
she had been visiting-heirbrotlier
for the past week.
Misses Audry and Ethel Miller
visited Mae Nalley Thursday of
Mrs. P. P. Statts is visiting
her mother in Hollis this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Nalley
visited Mr and Mri Lester
Mr. and Mrs. Crede Hill left
for New Mexico Friday.
11. P. Box and family left
Monday for New Mexico and
They are preparing to bnild
the Fair View School house
Film Dillard, who sojourns up _
near the cerulean headwaters of a'^ay#
When a man who is reputedI Gander creek, attended church)
to have only moderate means) at Dog Hill Sunday, and whilei '• 1)1 ^an oro is here froaa
buys an automobile or a piece of 1 here announced that he had just 1 Dallas. Lie catn j in Friday,
property, his acquaintances ex-
plain it with an "Oh, well! His
wife had some money."
completed the job of oiling up Gran'dma and Hill Eeid is
his fine squirrel rifle and would, preparing to g« to Colorado to
offer it for sale to be used iir make their h(,me
V o- ,, , case of war with Mexico.
Yam Sims was thrown from. j Mr. and Mrs. Mc Gee visited
his mule Tuesday while on his; Mites are to chickens what Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walls Satur-
] way to Rye Straw. The mulej debts are to men. Iday night.
got scared at the Wild Onion ,r u ... r . onon*
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF HARMON, ss: school house, and Yam is fixing; Th" Fvcelsior Fiddline Band • « P*
• " ' /"11—"—;j—if nf Rnnrd nf Trnssfpps nnH To«/n C.lprk—' to sue the trustees if thev don't 1 o .
8 true a"d COn'eCt C0nd"i0n °f the aftairSi EBfck Hellwanger ran hi,1 ?„°~go in™ tofS' ^^ 0^
thereof for the fisca this 12th dav of Julv 1^16 ' horse and cart into a ditch near occasion being free to every-) eft Wednesday for O dorado.
"■"b BfflSTOtaA* °c. W. GILLILAND, Mayor. Bounding Billow, yesterday body but each person atte^ingTbey wi,, return in about tw.
CB"m: smith. Treasurer. President of Board of Trustee, ~hT"*ln 1^.°^ ^ * "'""l ^ ,d. Fie.ds is on the sic*
at this week.
General Fund Overdrawn !..773.33)
Sinking Fund [17033.61) •
Totals |1626Q.2i _
TATP OF Ok'T AHOM<\ COUNTY OF HARMON, ss: 'school house, and Yam is fixing; The Excelsior Fiddling Band
We the undersigned Mayor and City Clerk—President of Board of Trustees and Town Clerk— to sue the trustees if they don't; will 8Tive one of its notorious! «es> ay \,i : rs. oore
we, tne unaerMgneu, mayui ^ , musical entertainments at Rve! ikpr
J. N. Hendricks went to Wel-
lington Tuesday returning yes-
Mrs. J. W. Hendricks and
the three smaller children re-
Jerry Keys and wife of Wyn-j Misses Zora and Velma Alex-; Miss Vandersliee, cousin of
newood, are here this week vis- ander came down last Friday our County Agent, J. M. Van-
iting relatives and friends, com- from Dodsonville after a few derslice, came in Sunday from
ing through in their car. ! days visit with their parents. | Elk City, and was successful in
—___ I i securing a position as one of
Mrs. D. M. Molloy and her the teachers in our public
J. D. Lindsey and wife are in
Bob Duncan of Gould was: 10
in Hollis Monday on business. 1 Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Whitak-
jer, Mrs. Parke and Mali Reave.*,
Edgar Penington of Mangum j wenl fishing Monday aud report
was in Hollis Sunday and Mon- a njco time and lots of fish,
day to visit his father. J. T.| ^ Na|]y ,pen6 Xu„
11 t.'maA Tiip«Hav from Freder- Sapulpa visiting with relatives, daughter. Miss Mattie, left last school another year. She will Penington, who was hurt by an • \ " ^
if where she had been on a'They are expected home some Sunday for Pottsboro, Texas, have charge of language and automobile running over i.im *'th Mrr 3
visit to her parents. itime this week. j to visit with a son and brother, domestic cience. (Saturday. M Moore.
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