The Leader Tribune (Laverne, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1923 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER TRIBUNE
UMUC I. RAY
MAr md Nwimi
PubHihed Every Friday
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Friday, Jan. 191923
Winter haa ita advaatagea, but
iha lad that haa to wake up a
furuaee at 5 a. m. cant think of
any of them.
Now that congress ia in seaaion
attain, a conference for the limit*
. ation of argument might not be
out of place.
sounda more like a boast than a
In The Legislature
’ By Leslie I. Ray
The Regular Season of the
Ninth Legislature became fully
organized last week and already
more than seventy bills have
. iieen introduced in the Lower
liduse. Some of them are of
only local importance affecting
one or two counties, others are
of small importance affects the
whole state while some import*
ant bills will go to the various
committees this week. Some of
'the proposed laws are:
(loose joint resolution propos*
ing a constitution of amendment
.ind providing for a graduated
land tax. H. B. No. 23 which
would authorize the governor to
appoint nine Supreme Court
Commissioners. H. B. No 26, to
refund taxes collected for fiscal
year of 1921. This bill if passed
would mean the paying back to
Harper County taxpayers of
shout $10,000.00 and to Beaver
County a sum much larger. H.
M. No. 29. providing for a state
income tax. H. B. No. 33,
would authorize the governor to
pay a reward for the capture of
Fred Dennis, ex-bank examiner.
H B. No. 47. would make tax
valuation rendered by public ser-
vice corporations the basis for
rates fixed by public service cor-
porations. H. B. No. 56, to im-
prove transportation of school
children in rural districts.
A joint Concurrent Resolution
providing for an investigating
committee to investigate the
prices charged for building ma-
terials was adopted.
Dr Ymt Bit
Ual September wa bald a
maaiinff of repreeentativee from
tha variaus districts to diaeuaa
state aid for aehoolaand to da-
riaa means to Influence legisla-
tion. Wahada very enthusias-
tic meeting and it was unanimous ...... ,m.vnj WJ lAiverne last week *
ly agreed to assess the school di'-1 when they will p,. „t h-rm- with t
triets according to the number of j Mr. Denson, ft
Jaaa Obairaad Karl Burwall of
Laverne autood down in Ellis
county Inal Sunday.
Parry Praaton and wife visited
her aunt nt Buffalo last Monday.
Mrs. Henry Hanson and ehil- F
dren moved to Laverne last week I.
A city paper recently had a
st try of a woman who auad her
»u.b>nd lor *«. wm
.r..°."r:. '* Tl»r. I. but BUI, hup. of »„,h
teachers employed putting it at
$6.00 per teacher.
The 8tate Legislature is now
in sesaion. We must have
somebody there to look after the
interests of the schools, and that
coats money. The assessments
are coming in very slowly. Our
schools are needing financial
help Our only hope lies in the „„
Legislature. Whatare you going farm north west of town,
to do about it? Itisnowornev
er. You thst were at tha meet-
ng promised to contribute. You
that were not there should be in
accord with those that were
Mr. Dale is helping Mr Pen-
ington gather corn.
T. A. Beasley was a Speer-
moore visitor the first of the
Harry Shuman and wife of
Dunlap Kas. are here visiting old
friends and looking after their
Get the habit! Call by numder
mprovement in our schools till
they are put on a good financ al
basis. That is the outstanding
need. Now get busy. If you
do not, you say by your inaction
that you do not care for the wel-
fare of the schools. I was made
Treasurer and Collector
Please send in your assess-
ments. The weaker districts
should respond because they are
more ih need of help. The strong-
er shouli because they c»n afford
it. Theoue room school should
only have to pay $5.00 each. If
you have no other way of raising
it, some public spirited could pay
from his own pocket. This was
done in one weak district by a
comparatively poor man.
The donor Roll, or those who
have paid their assessments are
Dists. 3. 15. 17. 22. 42, 44. 45.49,
52, 57, 68, 72, 75, Con. 2 and Con.
Now let me put you on this
W. D. Drake
By Mrs. George Jones
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Byrum
went to see her sister. Mrs.
Chester Kelly, southwest of May
who is numbered among the sick
A. E. Preston was over to the
County Seat Monday.
F. M. Tracy while pulling a
nail in some manner it hit his eye
and at present he can only dis-
tinguish between dark and light.
Wesley and Marion Chapman
returned last Friday from their
trip west with salt.
Adoff Mommensis having the
Frank Vanfleet of May was at
I f you are in need of Mnnum
etal work see Rev. M. C. Smith
1 blocks north postoflict*. La
verne. We handle the best line
marble and granite in the world
Are You Ready j
„ Yes sir, if you are ready I can £
■ move your house as soon as I get £
jj back from moving this barn, and a jj
j house nto town if weather is good [
I take them over hills, hollows and 3
bridges very carefully. £
C. H. Burwell
From the Oklahoma Salt Plains
Get our Quotations before buying
W. B. Chapman
J. P. Chamberlain, Laverne Warehouae Man
The rabbit hunt near the Love
School house Wednesday was
puite successful as it resulted in
the slaughter of over 200 rabbits
L. A. Cloyd and wife and Mra
Pearl Newman drove to May
Monday to attend the Installa-
tion of officers of the Rehekah
Lodge, also the Panquet which
was served immediately after.
They report a very good time.
I am taking care of dental
work for lots of folks. Better
have vours done while there is a
dentist handy After I leave
about the latter part of January
will he three or four months
can return. W. H.
If you enjoy a moving picture
you’ll like our program most any
Wednesday, Friday or Saturday
State of Oklahoma*)
C )U”tv of Harper ( 88
In Justice Court before J. G.
Doran, J. P.
John F. Burkhalter
The State of Oklahoma to
Claud Richard, take notice that
you have been sued in the above!
named court upon an account for
work and labor for the sum of
$14.50 and this action is brought
for relief of said demand and
must answer the Bill of Particu-
lars filed theren by said Plantiff
on or before the 19th day of Feb
1923 at 9:00 a. m or said Bill of
Particulars will be taken as true
and a judgement for said plan-
tiff for $1450 and costs of this
action and in the attachment
therein had and granted will be
J. G. Doran,
Justice of the Peace
Get the habit! call by number
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
Speermoore State Bank
Dec. 29. 1922
Loan, and Discount.................. t77.9B*.4fl
Overdraft., ..cured xml unsecured . Ml.76
Securities with B.nkln* Board...... 1,400.00
Stock. Bond. Warrant, ate. ........ 11,702,01
Banking Houm ..................... 2,000.00
Fumltur* nnd Fixtures................ 1,290.71
Othar Rani Batata owned.......... 0.441.30
Due from Banke ...................... 21,293,90
Cheeke and other Cash Iteme.......... 047.90
Traneit Call Account................... 094.99
Capital Stock Paid In............ 10,000,00
Surplua Fund.......................... 1,04AM
Individual Dapoalta Subject to chock . 92,477.07
Time Certificate* of Depoait........... 22,797.99
Caahlara Check. Outstanding.......... (7.07
Notes and Hllla Uedlaeounted .....
Stats of Oklahoma, Count, of Harpar aa:
I, Robt. Nawbarrr Cashier of the above named
bank da salami, sersar that tha above la true to
tha beat ef m, knowladg* and belief, so help mo,
ROBT. NIWBZRRY, Cochin.
Subscribed and .worn to bafar* m* this Ml da,
at Jan tin
John W. Ban*. Notar,
M, Commission expires Apr. Mth MM.
106,327 Ford Cars and
Trucks Retailed in
Approximately the same number scheduled
for delivery this month
What Does This Mean?
This volume of deliveries to actual owners is entirely
unprecedented for this time of the year—
It has taxed the manufacturing ability of the Ford
plants working at full capacity—
It indicates a volume of business during the rapidly
approaching months of “heavy demand” which will
be far beyond the maximum production schedule
which the Ford Motor Company has set—
And that means a Ford shortage even more acute
than the one which existed last Spring and Summer.
Dealers’ stocks all over the country are low—there
are no reserves to draw upon to meet the demands
There is no way in which dealer reserves can be built
up, as deliveries have been made to customers as
fast as Cars could be manufactured since last April.
The only way you can protect your desire to obtain
prompt delivery of a Ford even at this time is to
place your order immediately.
This emphasizes more strongly than anything we could
possibly say the necessity of your making prompt
arrangmnts with a Ford Dealer for the listing of
your ordr, particularly if you ar contemplating the
purchas of a Ford Car or Truck for use this Spring
We believe you are entitled to know these facts as
they actually exist.
FORD MOTOR COMPANY
Herring Bros., Laverne, Okla^ Ford Dealer
A Small Deposit and Easy Payments if Desired
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Ray, Leslie I. The Leader Tribune (Laverne, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1923, newspaper, January 19, 1923; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc826094/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.