The Greer County Democrat (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 8, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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Financial Statement and Estimate
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TO THE COUNTY KX( ItfK HOARD „ '
ta v • af tfert Ida: lb* ••non* fua4« at the «* «> v*r« merg" I into tbra# mum fua4« my r w lint< B of tha Ilu«r4 at Cam
iri**kM*r« at "ba tlty of Maagum. la ar«or4aarm wttk thm provisions of Ik* Charter • hw b iwk effort am the l*i day at F br*ary
1 U. (bu la taa4*rm| la fan tar • plaaatory purpoe*
Ti# Salary Fuad aow ia<~lu4#* th «slart * of I ha City Fire Dopartm-ot and Wa'er Work*. b- i i , *u other *alart«i oa
City roll# Hmrrfotor* tba aalanaa wera 41*1 4a4 aaioai 4lffar#at fv o<fa
Th# (loaaral Fund ' « «r* all g*aeral espvae# at (hi Cuy 9tempi aatartoa ia4 Work* bill* •
Tba Water Work* Faod a* tta aiw impltwr 'ahaa ear# of th* Pumping bill aatf aay locldaaUU of Iba Watar Depart
I our a44 that ih aetlmat* for t&e r^minc yaar baa b*#n plaratf at tha lowaet flf ura aa4 l« vary coasarvattv*.
Your* Roopoct fully.
HO WILL COCKS. Daputy CHy Clark
TO THE COUNTY EXCISE BOARD. COUNTY OK CREER. STATIC Or OKI-AHOEA.
Pursuant lo tb rm|ulr#m ni of Seriioa WW. Chaptar 72. Re* lead Laws Oklahoma Ifio. Wa submit. for roar roasldaratloo tb*
wl'bln atatemaat of tba fiscal roadllioa of 'ha City «>f Mangum County of Or er. State of Oklahoma, for the fltral yaar begtaalng July
lat. 1914. an J «ndtng Jaaa Mth. ISIS tog*ih -r aritb an Itemised siat«ment of tha estimated nerds tk roof for tba fiscal yaar begin-
alai July lat. 191ft. and endla« June 3>Hh. 1910.
Tha aal4 statement aad aatlmate «a duly published as required by law 1a a new«paper published la talS City.
Datad at Msngum. Oklahoma thla the 5tb day of July. ISIS.
O. F BORDER. Mayor
HOWBLL < OCKE. Deputy Clark
8. H. TITTIJC. Treasurer.
Statement af Expenditures n aSe from Apprevad Estimate* During tha Fltcsl Yaar ending Juno 30th. 191S, and af Sat I mat ad Receipts
and Amounts Actually Collected Pram Sour eaa Othar than Ad Valaram Ta* for auch yea*:
Names of Item Covered by Estimate
Suppliea A Contingent Expenses:
(General Fund Began Feb. 1, 1915)
Firae Dept. A Water Work.:
Street Department: ........
Street Sprinkling Department:
For Sanitary Sewer Fund:
For Sanitary Fund:
For Park and Cemetery:
Balance of es
ESTIMATE FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING
JUNE 30th. 1915.
To Feb. 1. '15
June 30. 1915.
estimated Receipta and Actual Collections
From Sourcea Other Than Ad Valorem Ta*
For Fiacal Year Knding June 30th, 1915:
merged into water works Fd. Feb. 1 1915
j 143.98 merged into Oen. Fund, Feb. 1, 1915.
^ 452 52 merged into Wt. Wks, Fd. Feb. 1, 1915
Merged into Salary Fund. Feb. 1, 1915.
LOCALS A*o PCftSONAlS
Dr tkadaoa *aa( Part at tha a# k
ta Oklahoma city oa bwsiaata.
Mlsa May Brother* spoai faaday
with her parent* la Hobart
J. K l*ai< of Oraatt*. was • bus
iae t visitor Moaday
Dr Srarbrotigb sad family of iould
• ere visitors la Mang a. Haturday
llaery Roblaana Of Re*J visited
frleads bore Moaday
Ollle Bearers, of Hollia. wsa a vis
itor la Mangum Tue«4ay
A R Clarratt is la OkUbona city
on legal buslaeai.
K M Siewsrt spent tha first of the
week la Oklahoma City on legal bua
A M. Stewart, of Hollis, ipeat
part of the week here oa legs! bus-
Mlas Kula Raedy came In from
Gainesville, Texae to «I«R hor par-
reota. Friday r:*ht.
Mra. Myrtle Fuller returned to
Mangum Tuesday, from Geary, where
ahe bad been visiting her parenta.
Arthur Holland and Clyde Baxter
apent Sunday In Hobart viaiting with
frlenda and relative*.
Jim Warwick and wife are the
proud parenta of a boy born to them
on Tuesday night of this week.
| Clay Hall, agaat for tha Ford oar,
W Of#* roaaty pasaaf <broa«*
Maagam Taaaday earaata ta Cordell,
•hero ba got mm fori ear* far
Maagum aa4 HoUia
Muse Dela Saa4*rt sprat tha vaak
ea4 la Hobart the gaest of Mies < ag^
WANTED TO RENT-I root fura *•
•4 rooms efcmo ta. Phoao 174
C. A. Sessioni returned MondaS
alght from El Roao, where ba aa4
Mrs Seaaloas have been mahlog tlMMr
home for some time. Mrs *«esioaa
fame la Wedaeoday evealag
Mr* 8. M (Aunt Sarahi Butler,
of t'onaolllatad No. t. la vlsltlog bar
nepbew. Rev N B Bailor, of 111 &
Miss Jo Rooher came la from Head-
rick t he fore part of the week aa4
will visit wltb her sister. Mra. O^A
E Dawa. Indefinitely
Mrs Andrew McCutrbeon sni
Mother McCutcbam left Wedneedaf
for Alabama, where they will vim
relatives for a month
TO LOAN •
91.500.00 oa good farm ftrat mort-
gage. for 2 or 3 yearfl
CUNNINGHAM * DICKEY.
Miss Alma Corcorao. of Cuahing, is
speodlng thii month viaiting frlenda
and relatives lo Mangum and Graa-
Lee Ewing left Wednesday for Cal-
ifornia, where he will visit relatives
and also the expositions.
249.00 merged into Salary Fund
242.75 merged into Gen. Fund
325.00 merged into Gen. Fund.
From Bal. left in Fund, Feb. 1. 1915
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF GREER—ss:
We. the undersigned mayor and city clerk of Mangum, tTo hereby certify that at a meeting of the Council of said city held on
the 1st Monday in July. 1915, pusuant to the provisions of Section 7378, of Chapter 72. Revised Laws of Oklahoma, 1910, the within
and forgeoing statement of the fiscal condition of said municipality was prepared and that said statement showes a true and correct
condition of the affairs thereof for the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1915. —
Dated at Mangum, Oklahoma this 5th day of July. 1915. G- F- BORDER, Mayor,
HOWELL COCKE, Clerk,
S H. TITTLE, Treasurer.
CITY ESTIMATE of Mangum, Oklahoma, Greer County
Itemized Estimate for current expenses for the fiscal year beginning July 1st, 1915, and ending June 30th, 1916.
At a meeting of the City Council of the City of Mangum, County of Greer, State of Oklahoma, held on the First Monday in
July 1915. pursuant to the provisions of Section 7378, .Chapter 72, Revised Laws of Oklahoma, 1910, the following itemized estimate
for current expenses of said municipality for the fiscal year beginning July 1st, 1915, and ending June 30th, 1916, was adopted and ap-
proved and ordered published in the Greer County Democrat, a newspaper published and of general circulation in said city, to-wit:
Name of Item Covered by Estimate
Water Works Fund
PURPOSE OF BONDS OR NAME OF PER-
SONS HOLDING BONDS:
Amount of Bonds Rate
or Judgments of
City Hall 125,000.00 5%
Water Works - 30,000.00 6%
Water Wks. Extension 60,000.00 5%
Sewerage - 15,OOO.Ok) 6%
Sewerage Extension 30,000.00 5%
Street Department 25,00000 6%
Amount to be
Ralph Winchester Wt for Miner-
Weels, Tuesday, where he- will
spend several week].
FOR SALE—Good two-year old Jer-
sey cow. E. C. McAUiLEY, at Ok-
lahoma Home Lumber Co. adv
LOST—Bras j hub from fire wagon.
•bout three weeks ago. Finder
please return to Fire Station.
Dr. Border returned Sunday night
from a two weeks visit in New York
City and other eastern points.
Prof. H. S. Dyer made his regular
weekly trip to Duke today, instruct-
ing the band at that place.
I am in the Shetland Pony Conteat
and your vote sand influence will bo
appreciated. MERLIN CALVIN MIO
LER, son of Dr. M. E. Miller. 2tad
For first class cleaning, preaslaS
and repairing of clothes, try BURT
A CLARKS'. 2tadr
The Rebakah lodge was given aa
entertainment and special show on
last Tuesday night by Messrs. Sons &
Slaton at the Palace Theatre.
HAIL, HAIL, HAIL!
The fact that wheat is double valua
to w'nat the crop was last year,
makes It imperative that you pro-
tect it. See ZACK T. PRYSE.
Burt & Clarks' Is the place to hara
your hats cleaned and blocked. 2t
You can't beat these Prices:
1-2 gal Mason Fruit Jars /0c
1-2 ga! E-Z Seal Fruit Jars 95c
Fruit Jar Tops, doz. 20c
3 doz Rubbers 25c
Remember we Sell for Less
Blalock's Racket Store
East of City Hall.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF GREER—63:
We, the undersigned, duly elected, qualified and acting officers of the city of Mangum, County and State aforesaid, do hereby
certify that the items and amounts enumerated in the foregoing statement of estimated needs are reasonably necessary for current
expenses in the proper conduct of affairs of the said municipality and that said estimates were prepared and made at a meeting held
on the first Monday in July, 1915, the same being the fifth day of July, 1915.
Witness our hands and seal this, the 7th day of July, 1915. G. F. BORDER, Mayor.
HOWELL COCKE, Deputy Clerk.
S. H. TITTLE. Treasurer
NOTE—The statute designating SEPARATE FUNDS for current exenses and requiring separate levies to be made therefor
has been repealed (see note to Sec. 607 Revised Laws 1910) The amount of each separate item of the approved estimate represents
the maximum amount or limit in which warrants may be i3sued for that particular or specified purpose. 'Sec. 19 Art. 10 of the Con-
stitution provides: (• • • no tax levied and collected fcr one purpose shall ever be devoted to any other purpose." 8ee. also. Sec-
tions 6. 8 and 10, Chap. 80, Session Laws. 1911.
The total of the «e*eral items of the approved estimate is designated as the general fund. Issue only one series of warrants
against the General Fund. Section 2. Chap 80. Session Laws Mil. provides: - • • • At the beginning of the fiacal year (July
lat) a new series (of warrant*) shall bo coameaoed • • • "
^ Watch and Jewelry ^
IS OUR SPECIALTY
Bring your Watches to us and have
MADE LIKE NEW!
(3 IVlflQ, ^7/li
West Side Square
Cheapest and Best Route to San Francisco
Leave Mangum, W. F. & N. W 11:15 a. m. 1st day
Arrive Woodward, W. F. & N. W 5:10 p. m. 1st day
Leave Woodward, Santa Fe .11:25 p. m. 1st day
Arrive Alburquerque, Santa Fe 6:30 p. m. 2nd day
Leave Alburquerque, Santa Fe 8:30 p. m. 2nd day
Arrive Barstow, Santa Fe 1:10 a. m. 4t'n day
Leave Barstow, Santa Fe 2:55 a. m. 4th day
Arrive San Francisco, Santa Fe 6:00 p. m. 4th day
Leave San Francisco, W. P 9:10 a. m. 1st day
Arrive Salt Lake, \V. P 3:35 p. m. 2nd day-
Leave Salt Lake. D R. G 4:5<i p. m. 2nd day
Through Royal Go-ge -.2:53 p. m. Srd day
Arrive Denver. F. W. D. C 8 15 p m. "rd day
I.«*ave Dearer 11:30 p. rs. Ir'fi day
Arrive Mangum W. F. & N. W. ..11:15 a m. 5th day
Routes by Portland and Seattle some higher. Call 169 fer other infor-
mation regarding routes, or write
C. L. FONTAINE, G. P. A.
Wichita Falls. Texas
F. C. DONNELLY, Local Tkt. Agt
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Watt, W. O. The Greer County Democrat (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 8, 1915, newspaper, July 8, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc281253/m1/3/: accessed September 23, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.