The Orlando Clipper (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, July 18, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ORLANDO CUPPER
\V. L. Lanter, Editor.
FRIDAY, JULY, 18, 191*
Fnhitwwikly,.Subscription il.un per >«ar
Single copy Scents.
Kntmi ll ns second class matter December
tt, lem, at the postottlce at Orlando,Okla
honm, under Act of Congress ot March *, 1878
OTICE—Local reading notices, 5 cents per
Hue, each issue. Cards of thunks 90 cents
Church notices, free, except where a charge
Is made, then 9 cents a line, just the same as
other business matter.
The Kin* of all Laxatives
her constipation, headaches, indi-
gestion and dyspepsia use Dr. King’s
New Lile Pills. l’uul Mathulka of
Buffalo, N. Y., says they are the
“King of all laxatives. They are r
blessing to all my family and 1 always
keep a box at home.” Get a box and
gel well. Recommended by the
Oalondo Drug Co. Adv.
Ownership of Orlando Clippei.
“ j9 J L Davis, surveyor’s
“ i9 O H Traugott, survey-
“ 29 T M Ralston, survey
" 29 T M Roush, trip to Guilt
“ *9 Orlando Lbr and Coal
This certifies that \V. L. Laater
is the editor, publisher and man
ajjjor of The Orlando Clipper and
tlmt Jerry R. Marker still holds
an equity of more than one pet
cent tnerein and that of others
holding any interest, stock or
bonds, uoiiO. Signed,
W. L. Canter.
Kcport of the Treasurer of the
TOWN CF ORLANDO.
Logan County, Oklahoma
For the Term Ending June j
July 1 191 a. Cash balance on
hand, $118 68
“ 1 T M llousb, pool bull li-
“3 EC Gordon, pool hail li-
“ 17 T M Housh, pool hall li-
18 E (J Gordon, pool hall
“ 31 show, show license,
Aug il T A1 Housh pool hall
“ 2i L C Gordon, pool hall
Eept 3 peddler, peddler llocuso
“ 17 couuty treasurer,s check, 104 91
“ 23 E C Gordon, pool hall
“ 26 pietdre show, allow li-
Oct 17 T At Housh, jwol hell
D.c 12county treasurer’s check, I9 68
March 14, 1912, couuty treasur-
er’s check, 45u 00
May 1 peddler, peddler's li-
cense jj 00
“ 1 brick sold to VV W Haller, 8 57
TOTAL >732 84
EXPENDITURES 231 95
ed in Orlaudo. Oklahoma.
Signed: Elliott Smith
Sworn and subscribed to beiore me
this 8th day of July, 1013.
I. \V. llebout, Notary.
My commission expires September,
To balance July t 1113
Estimate of Orlaado Town/
ship, Logan County,
To the Excise ltourd of Logan County,
We bund you herewith a report of the E».
tiiuutcd Expenses lor Orlaudo 'township tor
the iiseul year eliding June, 30th lull.
Amount of Cush on hand and Estimated
Receipts troni other sources than taxes.
Cash ou hand July 1st, l»li gl.,11 fit,
Aptouut since received iiorn Comi-
ty Treasurer 1771 a 1
Miscellaneous collections-i'rjui oth-
er sources than county tie-usurer -ti ii
Total balance and receipts ttoJitV In
D1SBU KSEME N TS
Warrants redeemed 3Jt8-J;
littered paid oa warrants .,
Total disbursements sr.’iai
Balance on hand June 3ltli, 1»18 iw 4,.
Estimated amount needed ror general iuue
l.uuot uni grading am! dragging
Stationery and supplies
Books and records
salarp ol officers ;
July 3.iy 1Z \V LLanter,printing $
“ ;t, Orlaudo Lbr & Coal Co.
•' 16 W L Lanter, printing,
•• 18 John Green, dtaysge,
Sept 12 11C Hanks, mowiug
•• ij L) V Meagher, clerk,
Oct 17 W 1. Lanter, printing,
Feb ;5 t 18 T M ilousit, trip to
“ 15 T Robert*, labor,
'• 16 D V Meagher, clerk,
'* 15 1‘ J Mkagher, posts,
0 16 Orlando Lbr & Coal Co.,
Man'll 13 Duertux & Hill, attor
1 )“>’s lee
13 JL> V Meagher, clerk,
" 13 W L Lanter, printing,
April i0 W a Bliort, election
»< ]o C A Paul, election board
•• U) .1 J Muhlherr, ••
“ to Leader Printing Co.,
printing eleetinn ballots,
»• 24 T R1 llousb, labor,
" J L Davis, labor,
24 G H 'J raugott, labor,
May 1 T M Housh, labor,
• • 1 J 1. DavD, labor,
** 1 J tines Heed, labor,
y“ 1 T M Ralston, town mar-
shal 1 year
*• l VV V\ Halier, smithing,
<< 1 Jehu Green, tea n werk,
c j9 B b Reeves, county sur-
’• 19 James Reed, »urveyor’»
Estimate of Expense of the
town of Orlando for 1914-
Enlimale of expeusa of the Town ot
Jrianuo to the Excise Board of Logau
Wc haud you herewith a report of
-be estimated expeuae necessary for
.he iiacal year ending Juue 80th lbli,
Amount ot Balance Cash on hand
*ud estimated receipts from other
lources than taxes:
Balance ou hand July 1, J9J3 $690 89
Estimated iucouie Horn other
sources than taxes jp 00
* 4UU u
Total estimated needs #:4w i>
Estimated atnouai iliut will ho re-
ceived iroin tuc luUowing sources;
Road and poll tax |jjk, 0,
onexjieuued omuncc ol estimate for
usual i eur timing j uue 3uui iwu n,7» y.
Excess liabilities ovej assets us showu
iu line s *‘B’‘
TOTAL $530 89
Salary luud 30 00
i’ark fund 300 00
Fire and water fund i5(» ft)
’JontlngeLt and supply fund j(*0 ft)
street aud btidgo fund 400 00
Total estimat 2 needed >1510 89
We, T. M. llousb, President of the
Board, aud Elliott Smith, Town CLrk
of the Town of Orlaudo. In Logan
County, tbtate ot Oklahoma, do here-
by certify that the above and tojejro-
ing estimates are correct and necessary
and were made by tne board of trus-
tees at a meeting held ou the first
Monday of July,.1913, Which was the
7th day of July, 19t j.
Witness our hands an 1 seal tbi« 7th
day of July, 1913,
Attest) T, M. Housh,
Elliott Smith, President,
[skai.J Clerk, Board of Trustees,
btate of Oklahoma, I
Logan County. J
Personally uppeared before me El-
liott Bmitd, Town Clerk of Orlando
Town, and makes affidavit that lie ha*
oomplied with the law and wi!l hsve
the above estimate* published in two
consecutive issues of The Orlando
1(0 ’ Clipper, a weekly newspaper publish
Bilauee to be reisetl by tuxes #iua4 s,
He, ided Buck, uhuiruiun, anil aimer j
Wyunt,Licru ol Uic loniisiup lioaiU ct Or
luiuio Towurilip iu Logau euuiay , Okiuuc
mu, Uo litre by eortuy uiai tuu above am
iorcgoitig osuuiuies u.e eontet aaii utee»
sury auu were rnmie by tbe rownump Boar,,
at a meeting Helium ibe Hist mouday in Jg.y
1814 WlncU was tile ,tit Uuy July mu.
Witness our Uuitus turn stui ibis 7tli day oi
attest: I'red Ruck,
1 s sal j Liuier J. Wyant, l'rea. Up Bo.ird.
elerk. lienry Jlotr
tions 1 Til 4:9
balance ‘J24 05
We, the trustees of School Dis-
trict No 44 do licfehy certify that
the above t stiniates were made !>y
the School Board at a meeting
held on the first Mon ay of July,
15CI3, which was the 7th day of
Signed: F L. Hunt, Director,
John Muhlher, rClerk,
T M Housh, Trea-urer.
Lillis Woticr COTTON CONTROLLER
Insures you ti crop by cultivating and
coiittolling tim Fruit, giouth and .Mu-
lui ily ot your cotton crop.
tioosicL far the asking,
C3TTON CONTROLLER CO ,
1 Lusk 1 er emit st.
Okliiltoina City, oKla
'I'he ladies < f the Methodist
oh ,rch will servo ice cream 8atur*
lay afternoon, July 19th, in the
milding formerly occupied by K,
C Gordon’s barber shop.
A Scholarship In the Capo*
tal City Business College caa
now be bought at a reduced
price at the Clipper Office, [J
We have 6100 00 or more cq
our books duo us on subscription
and badly need money Who vyiil
uo the first to pay i
We keep a hip^h grade of mt-
ruled stationery at this office for
ale, cut to suit you.
4. kiss tlirouph a vet! is like Sipping
honey through blotting paper, th«7
School District narae of every
No, 44 to the Excise EocrJ. vciinaiMmtvito,
ot Logan County,Oklahoma. 83 s*InMttoas
We hand you herewith report ot;
ihe ebiiiuan.d expense of School ^
District No. 4r4 lur the fiscal year ^
ending Juno iiuth, 19liJ,
Estimated need« for general
•ofi we w&sm So Rear Stow st-
■»* bntiflebs man w&o
Msa« fee WMe.v BUSWEFS L«V.
tfdry Ad lo<. ns y&n l.»or tte |i4*o i'■« fn\>r
pn4 of (ii* r* fotinn tn *w jltrw* tor:, ,v. « ^qltlppni
6tt iisett pi*k iritlf * I - • trilnlrf fh-.t lv , o*
Library aud school
For furniture* and
8 For building
9 For janitor
10 For caro of park
Fill 4r»ln!»r fhst lzr hr* > «' lotmei,***
IifBtht (o (horn. Tttit Bfbool, fenm t-d r. 4 icft'w • tu*<
6r%Axxatf4 who iisrt paacH bar sxttnlpntlous «*- rr »<'.««
Ibt C*ff* Cour»M#oior»«(Sl'i,W?»i-b, I»ftr,B’ir! !«n :i»-
. I«sm *Hout (Do r Cotnpi-t , Colli z&
yQ Oureo V'liichflts/.'f prn'*’,'*--
* * (-) our CV;fiiplet«, Fror1ic.il, Kcri: -*
Iy<w ^icurse tcv BtmIp?v Mi-.n. Kiel
out ribemt tho low co<d, ftr.fi cf« fr ’<*
©aeiljr rbQ ft a tv rbtal'i k thorootfft
knfvvrledge fif tho. La-.t ith'fo cmo . ---
log your pmont work, ffair* T«Trtwi
Bend today for lrandscip.r o^sf.f'.Or soa
list ol acec*we!:.»i tfrnih'Mc* »I1 t» o
C. H. WOW (rmcpM Ih^lT n.-i"*<: hJ*y
'ij veto #ia8trrr'...^ on I. ii*.- t . 3)
THE SFRA6CB CC^r JiJT’CiiiOSSta
C SCHOOL or LA'V
vut AagWci^ li?5«- ■)•'
Total estimated needs $1385 0(>
From State apjTopfla.
..................... Mntw .*rv'(n
Of? MQN£Y RSFOMOErt.
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Lanter, W. L. The Orlando Clipper (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, July 18, 1913, newspaper, July 18, 1913; Orlando, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910714/m1/4/: accessed January 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.