Kiowa County Democrat. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 9, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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Tnc xsiowa County Democrat.
'Aieo. Every Thuredev ■]
JOHN H. ANDERSON,
KDITOK AXI) PUOPRICTOK
© i<4 Y<-ar, in Advance................................
6iv Months, in A<11mic*' ............................
T)/,i |i.y Ad-, nil i-xt.’«-pt tin- front, per iucli,
F, *cii1h, [n r line each i-sq.-....................
thorixed executed and certified bond of
said Town of Snyder, and shall be de-
livered to the purchaser of the same, !
With Our Churches
mentioned in the preamble hereof,
upon the payment of the purchase
Thar all a.t# and doing* of the board
Trustees of the Town.of Snyder of
the said Brook# Burnett, the former
President of the Heard of Trustees,
«:.<i G. P Benson the former Town
"Jeik of the said to*n of Snyder, and
?f the present officers of the said town
ir. and about the execution sale, award
1 is.-'Ue of the bonds aforesaid, and
Attend Services Sunday.
All Are Invited.
I here will U* union services at
opera lions. Sunday evening.
;t< r»-<I u i him-iii.l-cLi-,-, matter OctoU-i ’28. 19U.5, at the post j
■'v'lf*r, Ok la., und.-i thf Ait < f Congress of March 3, 1H79
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5C ,t“' levy of the tax to pay the same. Dr. A. O. Brown. Singing Evan-
mmm - *f* interest thereo.’j. bp and the sami4 ’ t*el will In. /I ♦ l,**.-,. ...
. n*Mh Main 5fr**et.
Phone No. :4
AI a regular meeting of the board of
TrvjHteca of the tov. u of £*i«jyder, Kiowa
Coji/ity, Oklahoma, held the 31st day
of August, 19(PJ, at the hour of 9 o'clock
Joe Garland, President; J.
V .McClintic, Clerk J. M Otwell, Joe
CLijLand, C. .\j Port wood Absent,
The following prweedings were had,
T/xsrftUiwn, C. M Portwood Intioduc-
•ri nn ordinance entitled,“An Ordinance
«uiJi/irizing and ratifying the exeeut*
lun and issuance of Fifteen Thousand
»o toe manner required by lau, and
Whereas toe bonds aforesaid Num-
bered 1 to 15' both inclusive and of
: :ie denomination of One Thousand
Oollars each, dated November 1st, A
l) 19oH, maturing November 1st, A D.
I ri2». were duly signed by Brook. Bur-
nett, Enquire, as President of the
Board of Trustees, and by C. B. Bcn-
von, Esquire,Town Clerk ol said town
and the corporate seal of the said town
Impressed on each ol said bonds, and
"»<h or ttie Interests coupons attached
to said bonds was executed by the lith-
oitraqh Lie-simile signatures of said
Brooks Burnett, as president of the
Board of trustees ami G P Benson, a:
-id interest therec j, he and the same
hereby In ail respect ratified, ap-
roved, validated and confirmed.
Hection 2. 1 hat a:i Imperative nec-
‘ .it) exists for securing to said town
■>: Snyder and the inhabitants thereof,
an adequate water works -system, for
furnishing a sufficient supply of water
.or the pretention and exlingulsnment
of fires and for sanitary purposes in
said town by reason, whereof, it is
necessary for the immediate preberta-
tlon of the
fp*! s’ will le d these services.
♦ + +
Ilegular services at 11 o’clock.
Bible school at 111 o’clock.
(.' in.- to our growing Bible school
it »iil d.y you good. All are wel-
c one. John A. Tabor, Pastor.
Sunday morning: Preaching by
— w - * s.'.itoiyii, a-*
Dollar Water Works Extension Bonds Town Clerkof said town and thereaf-
’he Town of Hnyder, Oklahoma, ter County Clerk and the Go. Attorney
Ik- relofor*- provided for by ordinance of said Kiowa County endorsed on end
number 77. duly passed by the Board of said bonds their joint certification
or I : -ustees of said town on November un ler their official hands and the seal
lk A. D. I IMIS. '•
Which Ordinance was
rend In full
b> the Clerk Moved by (,’, M Port-
preu rlhet' hv '.he at-Id ordinance, No.
77. Ami in the manner required by
the con.titdt'on of Pie State of Okla-
Audi IVliereus, said town after due
ud'ertlsemmit duly sold and awarded
wr.od, seconded by .1 M. Otwell, that
ti»- lilts he suspended and said ordl-
m.iici nt-ad a second time by Its title.
•'lie roll was called with the follow-
- oi nn.-mciji oniy soiu ami awarded
1 sab! bonds to the Oklahoma Construct-
T mse voting, aye.................All . „f ,..0 city of Oklah-.nm City
Tlaise voting, no.................None
Thereupon section 2, setting forth
tt»- emergency nature of the ordinance
w>is read and considered.
.Moved by M. Portwood, seconded
fc.v .1. M. Otwell, that the emergency as
forth in said section 2, be declared
exist and said section do adopted.
The roll was called on motion with
#»■ following results.
Thaise voting, aye.................All
TJhisc voting, No................None
And the motion was by the Presl-
declured carried and the rules
The ordinance was tlien read the
avtond time by Its title.
Thereupon section 1 or said ordl
■ante was separately read consider-
and adopted by the following vote:
Those voting, aye.................All
■Tkuso voting, no................ Nonc
And the President declared the tno-
M*>» carried and said Section 2 approv-
al *nd adopted by the affirmative vote
mf .ill the trustees elect.
rvioved by 0. M. Portwood, seconded
.1. M. Otwell, that suit] ordinance 1st
pita tied upon Its final passage as a
The roll was called on the motion
WJH.Ii the following results:
Tfaise voting, aye.................All
TJ-ame voting, No................None
And the president declared the mo-
tion •carried and said ordinance duly
Kohl Ordinance so passed Is In the
•voids and figures as follows.
TIHDIN ANl’E NO. 79.
in the State of PklH'.onm :.t u price at
above par and accrued Interest; And.
Whereas | by reason of unavoldahl"
delay, said bonds could not he deliver-
ed prior to May 3rd, A. D. limp, on
i -li date Joe Garland, l-.squlre, wa ;
dal* elei'-d and qualified as the pres-
ident of the board of Trustees of the
said town and J. V. McClintic, Esquire,
duly elected Town Clerk of the said
Town, a* the town e'ecilon held therc-
Inon April 27th, A. IJ„ 1909, was duly
Inducted Into office; And
Whereas, In order to avoid expense
and delay which would be Involved In
preparing new bonds und interest con
pons, It Is teemed advisable and ex-
pedient to Issue the Houds aforesaid.
Now, (hen fore, lie It ordained by Hie
hom'd of Trustees of tile Town of Sny-
der, okh hoiim:
Section 1. That for the purpose of
providing the necessary funds for the
coiihI ruction uf additional water works
In, owned ami operated by the Town of
Hnyder, Kiowa County, Oklahoma the
Fifteen (lf>) One Thousand (11000.00)
Dollar bonds of the raid town, author-
ized und executed us set forth In the
preamble hereor, he und the same are
hereby authorized und dlrctod to he
leaned In the form und munner provid-
ed In the ordinance number 77, of the
ordinance of suld town referred to In
the preamble hereof.
That said bonds uud Interest cou-
pons having been duly executed for
and on behalf or said town of Hnyder,
Oklahoma, by Brooks Burnett and G.
P. Benhoii, as town Clt rk of Bald town,
of the public health ami safely
that this ordinance take effect imme- <
Therefore, an emergency_ Is hereby I . ^ morning. I reaching by
lured to exist and this ordlriunce j 1 ’ ’ "rowu. Singing Evangelist.
All are invited to attend the
(i. A. Hf.nderhon, Pastor.
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M. E. Church
Morning subject— Hereditarv
and Responsibility. All mem-
bers are urged to be present at 11
o’clock account of impot taut busi-
Sunday school at usual hour.
Epworth League at 7 o’clock
H. L. Phillips, Pastor.
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DR. L. L. POTTS
0Mhe Firm of Polls & Daniel, Demists, of Oklahoma City
Is hack in Snyder to
A1! work RTiai
A1! work a ranter* 1
first cl as*. Vitalized
Air for Fa in less
Bank of Snyder Building, Snyder, Okla.
declared to exist and this ordlrittnce
shall go Into effect and become opera-
tive immediately from and after its
passage, approval and publication.
Passed August 31st, A. L). 1909.
President Board Trustees
J. V. McCLINTIC
A Rest lor
Is found ot the
to which the low
rates are on sale
Excursions Daily to
Chicago Ht Louis Detroit
Cleveland Buffalo Atlantic City
New York Boston Toronto
tjueliec, Colorndo • oinls
California and Pacific Slope
A. Y. P. Exposition
One Way Colonist Tickets
To Points West und North
On sole -September 15 to October 15,
1909, at low rule.
Ask the nearest Frisco man or
C. O. JACKSON,
Division Pussenger Agt ,
Oklahoma City, Okla.
“Meteors” on the Frisco
Commencing at the Opera
House Sunday Evening
and continuing through
the following Week.
New and Second Hand
Furniture - Hardware
Car load of New and Second Hand Fur-
niture and Shelf Hardware just arrived
Wednesday Ammunition and Guns of
every description Come and inspect
our stock before buying.
R. E. BRINDLEY
South Main Street Snyder, Oklahoma.
NOT DEAD YET
" An ordlnnnrtj r .B’lorlztng and rat- 'hr sum« ahull be deeinod and are
■^iiig the execution ",nd Issuance of hereby declured to liave been duly and
Within Thousand Dollur Water Works lawfully executed for and on behalf
Bazonslon Bonds or the Town of Buy- of H“lll town und to the same extent
tor. Okluhomu, heretofore provided for un,l with the like effect us If they hud
by Ordinance Ni i her 77, duly passed bee“ executed subsequently to the 3rd
by -tlte board of .metees of said town' d“y ur May, A. D., 1909.
•o November lStli, A I)., 1908." | By the President of the Hoard of
Whereas, at an election called and Trustees and the Town Clerk of suld
b»l<! In all-let compliance with the law!,0W'ii. respective!) now in cfflce.
<U tlu- town of Hnyder, Kiowa County, That Joe Uurlnnd, Esquire, present
duly qualified acting President of the
Board of Trustees of said town, be and
he Is hereby authorized and directed
to adopt the signature of Brocks Bur-
ett, the former President of the Bourtl
of Trustees of said town as aforesaid,
to each of said Bonds and to each of
the coupons thereto uttuched. as his,
the said Joe Gurluud'a own algnature
s Htieli President of the Hoard of Trus-
leea the same und with the like effect
aa if ho had In his own name us Presi-
dent of the Board of Trustees of said
town executed said Bonds and coupons
lor and on beliulf of said town.
That J. V. McClintic, the present du-
ly qunllfled and acting town Clerk of
Oklahouiu, on the (Ith day of October,
b. l>. 1908, more than a majority of
■aid qualified property lax pay in;; vot-
•ns of said town voting theieat, voted
la fnvor of the Issuance of the bonds
of the said town In aggregate amount
of Fifteen Thousand Dollar, for the
•nrpoHe of providing funds for con-
ativtetlng of additional waterworks, by
by way of extension of the waterworks
■y»loui owned and operated by suld
town, and of thelevy and collet',on of
•li numinl tax sul leleiit to pay the In-
tors'st on said bonds when due and to
coxi.stitute and taaluliila a sinking
fluid for the payment of the principal
Ctir'i't'of ni maturity; ami
., W liereiiM the hoard ol trustees of 'he suld town of Snyder, be und he Is
•aid town of Hnyder ut a meeting there
«f duly held therein on November I Ht It
UM>.y duly passed an Ordinance nutli-
•rl’lng ami directing (lie Issuance of
th* Bonds aforesaid, w hich, ordinance
b* Ordinance Number 77 of the Oult-
toneex of the said town and entitled
• a Ordinance authorizing the It seance
o* and fixing tin* details and form of
hereby nutl orlxeu and directed to ad-
ept the slgnnture of the said G. p. Ben-
eon. the former Town Clerk of said
town as aforesaid, to each of said
bonds and to each of the coupons
thereto attached iim Ills, (lie said ,1. V.
McClIntlc's own signature us such
lown clerk the siinie us If he Imd In
his own mine as Town lerk of said
The republican proas gravely
announces that it is the intention
of the party to elect the next gov-
ernor of Oklahoma even at the
sacrifice of all other officers. The
governor of Oklahoma must sol-
emnly hold up his right hand and
swear that he will protect the
o institution and euforce the law.
How would it be possible for any
of that old gung of republican
politicians, who bo bitterly op
posed the constitution, to mak*
the people believe that they
would protect it? We might just
as well ask the cat to protect the
canary. Then again, would it
uot be a ridiculous proposition to
ask those republicans who have
rebuked our laws to enforce them?
The most extravagant claims
made by the republican politi-
cians who do not iuslude a possi-
bility of electing the legislature
and therefore we will have the
saiue,<obnoxious laws’’ und these
fellows who ridicule them ask to
be allowed to enforce them.
Dr. A. O. Brown, Singing E-
vungelist will lead these meetings.
I he object of the meetings will
b to lead the people of all de.
nominations in a unitod effort for
the salvation of the unsaved.
Dr. Brown is a corapoaer of
music and sings his own produc-
He is not sensatonal, but
preaches the word.
Come and hear, and you will
Fail, and you will miss a good
lieaderH, don’t think for a min-
ute that the promnters of the new
county idea are leaviugauv stones
unturned in their efforts to secure
who had it iu charge and it had
to be done in order that we might
get a legal county when we get
one—and we are going to get one,
don’t doubt that for one minute.
Don't believe anything you hear
or r-ad about the Swausou Coun-
ty project being dead. The pa
the constitution and those whe
are opposing us might just at
well go way back and sit down.
Swaugon will be a legal count*
before next year.
September 6th, 1909,
Whereas, iu the wise adminis-
he new county. The work done . Nation of His Providence, God
L,t *‘ek at Guthrie was | has called home our brothel
perfectly sat.sfactory to those Harry Shaffor, and where by the
death of brotner Ha-ry Shaffer
Snyder Lodge No. 167 I. O. O. F
loses a worthy brother; wife, a
beloved husband; the daughter, a
loving father; and the community
in which he lived, a good citizen.
Therefore be it resolved that
Snyder Lodge No. 167 I. O. O. F,
v ucu. ayu onyaer Loage «o. 107 1 O. O. I
pers which have been fighting this 1 extend to the bereaved family »t
proposition could not tell the friends our heartfelt sympathy i
A Hurry Up Call
yulek: Mr. Druggist—Quick :-A
box of Bucklen.’s Arnica Salve—Here
is a quarter—For the love of Moses,
hurry! Baby’s burned himself, terrib-
ly -Johnnie cut his foot with the axe—
Mumle's scalded—Pa can’t walk from
piles— Billie has boils—and my corns
ache. She got It and soon cured all
the family. It's the greatest healer on
earth. Sold by All Druggists.
proposition could not tell
truth about it if they had to.
Don’t believe anything you
hear about the Governor having
promised this man or that man;
this town or that town, certain
things. The Governor hasn’t
promised anything and the men
or the papers that say he has done
so lie, and they know it.
All Governor Haskell has said
this their sad bereavment and be
it further resolved that a copy ol
these resolutions be spread upon
our minutes and made a part
thereof, also a copy be sent to the
bereaved wife and a copy be fur-
nished our home papers for pub-
lication and our charter »<**
'icimin linn MM III t > I .............. » Bin III nillll
tonii'l of (lu> Firti fit Tlir.twuud Holla it. * Idwii oxertiVd Haiti bond* and rou-
te* amount of wutar wnrku rxtenulon ' for .rial on bt*hallOf mid town.
Bonds, nut: orlii'il nt u spi'clul I'lcclloti I That «' t Itondu wltli tlio Interest
fc* M n( mlu i iltli, A. I). 1 '0S, dul* up- coupons IhiToot attnc’ ul ahull tie Issti-
•ro' I >>.*' i1 I’reslilmit ol llu* loni-d id nrd liontvd In all uspert as a d
•1 IniHitv.i td Mild town and jma!! )u«d lioivl . m < dcol.uMu to bt» t! o duly nu*
Miss Alta Beardsley went to
Lawton 'J hursday merniug to
visit the primary department of
the schools there. 8he is ever
endeavoring to Rdd to her knowl
edge of primary work and iu this
way she lias become a proficient
Mrs, W. 1\ Lott and Miss
Marie came home from Oklahoma
t .IV, Friday evening Will Loti
inii c a baolu lor am mure and lie
in tickled almost to death. Juat
| ii-.to tl.o difference.
Mrs. D. 8. Stevenson and little
son, arrived in Snyder Thursday
and will remain one month.
iu mourning for thirt'
was that the people down here 8. Ruhseu.
were entitled to a new’ county. Lommittee •< Oles Stoker
The constitutional convention ‘ illinoham
thought that and the committee
on county and county boundaries
had our county mapped out for
us but we were flim-flamed out of
Swanson connty wilt be created
and it will be legal acoording to
Miss Alma Wilkerson, who has
been spending the summer with
her sister, Mrs. C. C. Bond, left
Sunday morning for Oklahoma
Oity where she will visit awhile
before returning to her home a!
Jtye DrU^ Store
THERE ARE XWO
MR. F. C. FEAGINS, former manager of our store at Davidson Okla
Is now with us permanently at this store. Mr. Feagin is a Graduate
Pharmacuetical Chemist and the only Oklahoma Graduate Ph. C. in
Snyder. He has charge of our Prescription Department.
GUest-|Wncu Drug Company
SNYDER, OKLA I
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Anderson, John H. Kiowa County Democrat. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 9, 1909, newspaper, September 9, 1909; Snyder, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497530/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.