The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 115, Ed. 1 Monday, May 1, 1911 Page: 6 of 8
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THE TADKn nTTTTTRTR ORTA
V. C. HOUSTON
and Gas Fitting
106 N Vina
re vou save
How Many Counties in the
How many Judicial dis-
tricts? How many Congressional
How many Precincts?
Both for sale at The
ou really read Ok-
Road 1 a '
You Cam tAicn 1 ml L15-
eral SfCNDi rs Dy Using
Cheap Stationery. Let
Us Supply You W ith An
That Wiil Pay ForItmlt
Leader Printing Co.
AGDits irRM(i)L'RI. CO. LonjsvniUfe
Do You Know
That Your Ad-
Reaches a 1 1 the
people? The people
read The Leader
III STATE WOMEN'S
FMITIIII IS DDiNC
Full List of State Committees
Letter From Mrs.
omen s tubs Suiulpu Okla . May
.. My Dcai Madam I'tcsldoUl i am
very glad to report to ion thai the
vork of the Oklahoma State Ko I e ra-
tion is ptoirressiug nicely. The rarl
I'tts Hues hi Federation work Are car-
red on by moans of committees ami
cany of these committees have bean
u lively at work Mine the Muskogee
meeting while others haYe been Sal
The agreed policy of too present
administration ls booh W retain ill
v. orbing membcib of tiie olu commit
tees. However thcie were many va-
incl) sused nj deaths removals
situations etc. These vacancies
ive all hecu lillod am; you now have
hhI jstruuf i ommiiioo.s to Carry on
iir work ai:d i trust that you win
10 ucj io unit tiie work al
working together tn the saw
Eoj the same cause therefore we
asking t&att in uaktAi out sour
trams for the coming year you
vole live utteruoous to some. Of
most iniiiorlaut eVpui tmeiits of
We are asking every club to at
these subpects ou tiie same dale r
tlu thai wide anrcad interest will
lure that will he helpful from ttlC
slate and districl cna.rmau 01 cacti
department from Mrs. Mary 1. Wood
general federation bureau.
You can arrange your irograius uc
eordlng to local needa The groap
ings given below are merely aoftvai
PUyalcal Tratulsg LHjmrlea Sctioh
arships and fee l.oar Fund 1et
Hotiks and Spt) iall.m. Literature
November it; Statehood Day ills-
Uric Places m Oklahoma. Oklahoma
Legends haws of Oklahoma Kelat
ing to Women and Children Bduea-
Health School MKelne including
Meilical Inspection Sanitation anu
Playground ; Tuberculosis Food San-
itation First Aid to the Injured So-
cial Hygeine Seals
Fir.-t meeting in March Civics
lmiustrial and Social Conditions; So-
rial Centers. Civic Cleanliness .luv-
Meebauieal Aids in
I trust that vou wil
membera to particlpati
test for medaU offered
modeled alter the stafi
given as followa;
For the best short st
tn (Be coil-
by ti.e state
seal will be
t ikiahoma acbieventoi
tig ttiemea preferred
ITor the best water color aket
The federation hopes to thui
erve the legends of OkJabonu
ad at the
Hotttlnti In i Ibis tall while
8)1 manuscripts suhmilleil will bo
ubllsheil Froni time to time in the
llicial organ and other papers Ttie
m.c -winning musical CompOBltloDtl
ill alao appear on the convention
viiii ii i! all sketches COntUetitlg
SOitl will be given to tile girl tinder
;i who makes th best shirt waist
same to be exhibited in the domestic
M-ieiice department This prize win
he given bv .Mrs. M F. Ka.i.y
MYRTLE A M'DOCCAI.
rt Mis Mfirv Hufoi :. Checotilh:
Civics Mrs . y Tucker Perry
Airs. E. A Herod. Alva; Alis Burt.
Tiilotaoo Nowata; Mrs. c. a BliuOi
Caddo; Mrs. J. H WriU'. Tulsa
Civ I) Serv ice Relorut .Mrs. 'ni.
VteFadyen Anadarko; Mrs Kate Sut-
tna Cleveland' Mrs. S O. Colburn
ISiti Gltj Mis. w ii Clement t
ttol Hili; Mis- ' H Tullv. Kuia
Mrs l U- Ha ilc. ffintd; Mrs W
Edie-atlnn Mr.-. George Bwtft Mc
Alester; Mrs. L. 8. Fawrett. Holden
iiie Mra c. s. Hobo. Norman; Mrs.;
Mrs. N'ell Ross Clare More; Mrs J.
W. Hawk Oklahoma City; Mis A. JU
J Fluke Shawnee Mrs. 1. IS. A. Hob '
1 1 rtaon. Chandler.
i onservatlon Mrs. d H. White j
I M12 W. Sixteenth St.. Oktftheuia
jCiiy: Mrs H. H. Bullen Stillwater;
I Mrs. c. .1 Woodson Okarchee: Mt'H.1
J p. Langford Atoku: Mrs .1 !'.
Aust. tUilekusha Mrs. II W C. Shei-i
i. Outhrle; Mlaa
inmn city. Mr
Legislative it. t Rny ia
tm m ik f i Davis Muskogssy
Stta Frame A i-d more; Mrs.
Frank Muiky Oklahoma City; lift
v VV RogUsh (Said Mm L Wheel-
Literature Mis i .is Cil-on.
Guthrie; Mis Jehu RO) Tulaa; Mrs.
Fred Paw Geary; Mrs. J. A. Pol-
lard Ht; Mm -I L Adams Wu
i . ooil
Mi i C M Thrcudgill I oal
xl T 15 Page Nuakogeo;
v A. 'erguton Cherokee; : Mm.
M Carter. C
t In U
Muak Mrs. W
I.Otua Cttj ; Mrs Kd
oa City Mm. D. 11.
m Catron ivn
; Miss I.elia
Carey Nowata; Mis
Frederick Owen Oklahoma City;
Mrs. Kai ii I aw ton.
Constitution Revision Committee
Mlus Annie Wade OHeiH Chick.
ha; Mrs. Elizabeth McWhorter
1 eveland; Mrs. Charles It. Hume
radarko; Mrs. Robert wheian Sa'
UttJpa; Mis. Robert Rainey Atoka;
Mm. J S. Hojfan. Pauls Valley.
Industilul anil Social Conditions
H - S Wallers Cad jo ; Mra. J. W.
b'astnmn wakiia. Mrs. s. it. Cun-
ningham Wel Tenth St. Oklahoma
it ion Mrs.. 1
Mra u. L.
Traveling LtbrKrtea Mra.
Whltiikei. Baottlua: Mrs. K K.
It charger Tulsa
W. II. Fuller
Taylor El He-
Mamhall. C. McKibbau
I. .lames l.oeli
no; Mrs. i.oia Potmot)
Hen Ith -Mrs E. I
Food Sanitation Mi'i
sitz ohatrmkti Perry;
W Stevens Muskogee
Tubercutosla Mrs. C
ehalrman Madllt: Mrs
T. M. Itobln
son Alius; Mrs. L.
stein Enid Dr. Dixi
phur; Mrs. w. F. l)
Educational Loan Ft
'1 hreadgill. Oklahoma
a MeOougnt Saimlpa
R Hume Anadarko.
( 'ha rles
I Ml Brow
teiision and !u-
duatlial and social conditions: Mrs.
1 R Hume bureau of Information;
Vs Elizabeth lloyle clvica; Mi's. 10.
B Lawaon art: Miss Annie Wade
O'Neill Civic service reform. .Mrs
.M. F. Barloy press and constitution
rev isioufli Mrs Tom Hope literuture;
Mrs. 9. S. nuiuont. education; Mrs.
B. I). Uotchy legislative ami conser-
vation; Mrs. H .; . Stanford eeon-
cmics. Mrs. Q T Ralla music; Mrs.
$. A. Brown history ami health;
Mis D. A. McDougal. traveling li-
MKS I.IOO. I. ADD. Wllburton
MILS. w . i MARTIN El Reno
MRS SAM BRETCH Hobart
MRS W II JOHNSTON
MANZANILLA OLIVERS contain a
Uglier percentage of Olive Oii than
te Queen Olivets thus providing .ou-
sidernhly more nourishment than
the Queens. They are now being
lacked under TIIE ALTON OOODS
Will III flt'S F1TIEI
TELLS Of 1 HOTS
618 Freeman Av. K ansa a OHy.
Kan ri Jf r Leslie C. NiHack
(lUthrle Okla Dear Sir: 1 have Tito
i.i.tde.r of April '! giving account ot
Old-'limeis parade or 22ml. it nil
i I Old J.Jm black horse 27 wars oh)
driven by Col T li. Howard in Lhhl
parade lu September I8'.m I rod
Ibis a) hoi a. "Black Jim" at tiie
Sa- and Fox opening ami he got nift
n line bottom claim ami we were not
sooneri oltUor but we got tttero
mights soon after we started and It
"as like silling in a locking chair lo
i de blm M) BOO Will T. Little r-e-
iiiin to gel the best saddle horae in
(lit brie for me to ride He got blm.
I also with pleasure note what The
Leadet aaya In relation to m bo
Will t. I. nth' and The OUtBTie let
on iabd waul here to uivc van all
I old lather's thanks lor your Mud
I vord ol BJ) boy Yes. he published
'and pi luted 'he Ihsl UMptil i'O'I prillt-
e In Oklahoma will T Utile was
one of the grand charatleis of the
li tin- stomach in too
weak !to properly digest
your food try
x j kflihViU ii a a tiivu
It strengthens tones and
invigorates iIih entire d i -festive
syuten i. Start today
You'll Acknowledge Its Superlottty
I A Real i
LOGAN COUNTY OWES $289754.23
Expert From State Examiner and Inspector's
Office Submits Report After Investigating
County's Financial Condition
Logan eounij Is 283 73 1 in debt ueoirding to reprt made by
taut Kvamtnor .1. A Mercer ' the count) couiinlssioncrn. Of this
amount over $20004 l In unallowed ctkluig ntul ft.&SO.IH Is In warraau
laaaed In exeeaa of the legal limit or so per cent of the available Income.
Reading of the report printed lu full In Ibis iaper will show a serious
state of affatra. The supply poor and iusane contingent and road and
(nidge funds are deeply overdrawn ami there are outstanding clilius in
large amounfa against them.
In the matter of tin road and bridge fund which was recently in
public not lee II will be seen thai the fund Is ffvOQQ worse than nothing.
It was discussion of roads and bridges that led to the discovery of the
depleted state of tbo county ifoasury. Commissioner Ohnrholzer In 1
si i h to a meeting of township assessors and trustees said the count)
was in good simpe finam ially and that the road and bridge work of the
count could he well taken care of. Tho statenienls were questioned then
and the governor wua petitioned to order an Invest IgetioQ. Mr. Merest
cime from the office of State I'xaminer and Inspector Taylor and be spent
aeveral weeks In the offices cf the treasurer Sad county coinnilslsoiieiR.
The report Is herewith submitted to show the status of the funds and
what ma) he expected b) taxpayers In the va d' taking care of tilings
dope in the past by the former board of commissioners. The present
board is doing cwi) thing poaaihlc tn get count) affairs straightened out;
Guthrie Okla. April I. Iflll. To the Honorable County Commissioner.-
of Log in County: Oentlenieii- At your request md for the purpose of
showing you the condition of the county funds March 1st It'll I hereby
have the honor of making urn the tollowlng report:
Approximate interest on same
To cash on hand March ). 1911
Warrints paid .March 1st to I5tl
Man h 1st Am) et to Col within
Warrants imn vet be issued ...
Unallowed claims against count)
in this account
Interest due on same
'Cash on hand March l.'tl.. '.Ill .
Warrants paid March 1st to ISth
March 1st Ami. yet to (
per can) limit
Warrants way vet be lasu
Interest on same
March loth to cash on hand
Warrants paid March 1st to 15th
A nit yet to col. within HO per cent
Warrants issued in excess of 80 per
Unallowed elaiuia again . t this fund
POOR AND INSANE.
March loth cash on baud 35T2.
Unanoortloned lax col. March I to IS ... li.
Unallowed claims in tills fund
Interest on same . . .
March loth to cash on hand
Warrants paid .March 1 to L"
rjuapporttoaed tax col. .March 1 to IS
Amt. et to he col. within Hie X0
ii in 1 lii
$ t.707 :;u $ 4.7i7;hi
I'uallowcd claim: agaiust this lund
ROAD AND BRIDGE
Warrants ouistandiug 19$WM
Interest on same . 133.10
March l.Mb cash ou baud
Warrants paid March 1;1 to
March 1st Amt yet to be co
ner cent limit
Warrunts Issued in excess of BO per
cent limit LMI.78
UttaUowed claiuui ugamsl this fund
Interest on same
Cash on hand March 1Mb I I LOO. Ill
Warrant paid March fcst to l?th 888.70
Ami. et lo be col. within the 80 per
cent limit 4068.30
Warrants uia be Issued
$ 22.r.s9 Ii. t 22589.10
I nalluwed chum.- against this fund . S tt
COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
March 1st cash on band I 229.13
Amt yet to he i oI. w Ithlu 80 per u lit limit 2701.20
Warrants may be ssued I 2083.88
$ 2933S8 293.; ti
JUDGMENTS AND BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF LOGAN COUNTY.
Warrants issued for court house $130000. no
Warrants paid on court bou
Cash on hand in this accoun
Amt yci to he col. within tm
Balance yet unprovided for
Bonds issued I'minly High ScIhhiI
Hy bonds paid
Ami vet to he col w ithlu the i per
Funding bonds Sept 11. 1895
Funding bonds May Kg 1801
Judgment lud Aug. ti tgW
Cash on hand
llalauce uiipt ov hied for
ei to bol. win
8 13.93189 3 18121.89
Thre Is tn the credit of the slukimr fund that tunv be apidlel to the
above four aceouut. tl0.SJC.B7.
The Treasurer has slate wsrrauta amounting to 83500.00 for rents
oi Court House which as ye) has BOt been distributed
Respectfully submitted. Coas. A Taylor State Examiner aud iBJpSOtor
by Jacob A Mercer. Deputy.
GRAND RECAPITULATION OF LOGAN COUNTY'S INDEBTEDNESS.
Salary Of Cr
I a illowed elniniH $ II I U)
Amt. to credit of ibis account f 217 87
1 -- . .i.. in I.
.i.Si i .ll.j
$ L7U 1.1 9
. . 2.299.18
1 1.9 1
u. 909 17
20. 2 1
93 us To
I i in it
(50 in Ofj
Our W'ull Pajwr Det. m rjraTOHcd full
of nit'c new stock jusi ;iinc in IhmhIdmIs
Of Im'JIHI tflll ; 1 1 1 r l i is to srl' t tlVitl fllJtl fOl1
will liiiil dtir prices vcrj tfasowablf! n all
C. R. Renfro
206 W. Okla.
Only $ 1 .50
Neffs Procedure Injustice
Courts. Needed by all Law-
yers Justices and Business Men.
WHILE THEY LAST
Oklahoma Road Law
Bound m pamphlet form. Price 25 cent for
single copies; $12.50 per 100 copies. This is
an entirely new and complete law and repeal
all other road laws heretofore existing and
should be in the hands of every one interested
in good roads.
Order now and familiarize yourself with the J
new law. Sent to any address upon receipt o
25 cents in money or stamps.
THE DAILY LEADER
""""" i .. . . . . . . .. . irn. nJu r r-UIJ rr r. M
Amt to credit of this account
Warrants istiou in excess ut so j
Poor and Incane.
I ualh; .ved claims
W arrants issued In excess of SO p
Warrants issued in excess ol 80 n
Road and Bridge.
Warrants issued in excess ol SO pel cent limi
I n. 1 1 lowed claims . .
Warrants ma bey issued on so pel eut u'
Count yHigh School.
Warrants may be Issued on 80 per cent limit
Court House Warrants.
Outstanding to date
Bonds Count Hyigh School.
Outstanding to date
Funding Ponds County Indebtedness.
Outstanding to date
Outstanding against county to date
Cash on liand in sinking fund
State warrants not distributed
kouict Can men Iheee
ixe smaller by using Allen's
Jase. the autiseptie powder for
Hung a delight relieves
bunions of all pain ami
and comfort. Sold every-
Don't accept any substi"
pie PfWR. Addrss Allen
I. be Roy N. Y.
.299 1 1
fcCtv.iiUN TO BE CONTESTED
Sneclal to DaUt iwa.r
MoAlester. Okla. Mai
town officers of Kiowa are to hare
d according to
court be The
' Democrats by
ey allege viola-
sections of the
ere .defeated I
ive n ajority a
kin of about a
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 115, Ed. 1 Monday, May 1, 1911, newspaper, May 1, 1911; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc614306/m1/6/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.