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August 13, 1936     The Perkins Journal
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Phonograph Nee6 les Padlocks Quart Jars Churns Cedar Buckets Ka-Bar Scissors Fly-spray Fly.sprayers Congoleum Rugs Electric Irons Electric Fans Second Hand Gas Stove Elm City Watch pkg. lOc 15c to $1.25 doz. 69c $1.25 98c $1.00 to $1.50 25c to 40c 25c $4. O0 t o $ 7.75 $1.00 $2.25 to $3.50 $16.50 $1.00 VASSAR HARDWARE Pumps Cylinders Well Supplies Plumbin Do Your Building and Repairing Through the FHA Mortgage Plan. OWe are able to get loan for certain classes of building and repairing under the Federal Housing Admi=dstration Single Mrtgag e System, acorns in and let us help you with your building or modernization problems. LONG-BELL LUMBER coMPANY Perkins, Oklahohaa ii ,,, See The East Side DAIRY For Fresh, Pure Milk. Delivered Twice Daily. Cows tested for all contagious diseases. WM. KNIPE Jr., Mgr. Phone 85 DRS. C. R. SWANDERS and C. i. RICHARDSON DENTIST--X-RAY Tel. 71 Harmon Buildin Cushing, Oklahoma Patronize those who advertise in The Journal. DO YOU SMOKE CIGARETTES? l] you do, the TAX ALONE on one gackage is about equal to the average daily.. HOME ELECTRIC BILL! F COURSE, everyone does not smoke cigarettes, hut many people do. Did you ever considerthat if a man smokes one packags of cigarettes . day, the TAX ALONE at the end of "the month would pay k is entire home electric bill? We are not criticising the tax, we are merely using it as an example to point out how relatively low your home eh, ctric service bills are when compared to everyday hidden taxes. The tax on a package of cigarettesinOklahoma is--Federal 6 cenls; and State 3 cents; a total of 9 cents, or $2.70 a month. THE AVERAGE HOME ELECTRIC HILL IS APPROXIMATELY $3.00 A MONTH. . SLIGHTLY MattE THAN TIlE TAX ALONE ON AN AVERA ;E SMOKER'S C[GA RET'I?ES. The 9 eeut tax on a package of eigdettes w,uld: @ Operate a Radio]or 30 hours to dulls at a hours a dell Operate a Toaster tar 5 hours braabfasts for a lull month Operate a Uacuum Cleaner Jar 19 hours . [1 month's cleaninq And other elect ie appliances in the same proportion ,n three cent el cl;r}city available to all homes. ;7 ....... :: ..... PERKINS JOURNAL oat Fo 00AR00-S Santa Fe's round trip sum- er fars will again be at their oil-time low. Delicious Fred Harvey meas, en route, at new low prices. NEW FSI' TRAINS now offer greater latitude in choice of service and new comforts. SANTA FE SERVICE to Ca!ifornia and the Southwest was lever safer, surer, svAfter never be- fore o comf'rtab to, thanks to AIR- CONDITIONED coaches Tourist Sleepers--Pullmans. GRAND CAI'YGN is the most famous of all Ntiona! Parks. Santa Fe Pull- man to the Rm--the only railroad entming the Park. NDIAN-DTOURS by motor through Sponb:h-lndlan New Aexlco. One, oPthree day ,,isits into the heart of rids Ic.nd of history, mystery and romance. DUDE RCHES--scres of them. ountain lodgesrnch comps for boys and gid. L-EXPENSE YOURS / )n certain dates] Let your plans include the Texas Centennial and the new Son Diego Exposition. May we send booklets? J. E. BARTHOLOMEW, Agent Phone 63 Perkins, Oklahoma Payne County Service Garage TIRES--TUBES--BATTERIES Radio Tubes & Supplies We guarantee our workmanship NILE and STREETER KNIPE, Prop. Phone 27 Subscribe to The Journal. BARGAINS A lot of rebuilt shoes for sale at the STAR SHOE SHOP, north of Bank. L00R,c T"EATR E Perkins, Oklahoma FRI. . SAT. AUG. 14, 15. The girl you've been waiting for, in "WHIPSAW" Financial Statement and Estimated Needs City at Perkins, Oklahoma Financial Statement as of June 30, 1936, and Est'.mate of Needs for All Funds for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1937. Balance Sheets General General and Special Fun&s Fund ASSETS: Cash Balance on Hand 6-30-36 ............................... $ 417.89 with Myrna Lay and Spencer Tracy News and Comedy Admission 10 & 20c tarts promptly at, 7:0 P. M TOTAL ASSETS ......................................... $ 417.89 LIABILITIES AND RESERVES: 1935-36 Warrants Outstanding ............................ $ 359.10 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES ................ $ 359.10 SURPLUS ..................................................... $ 58.79 ESTIMATED INCOME From Sources Other Than Tax City Clerk Fines .................................................... $ 5.00 License .................................................. 6.00 Dog Tax ................................................ 27.00 O. G. & E. Cam ........................................... 115.98 Street Department Auto Licenses .................................................. 136.59 Water Department Water Revenue ............................................ 2,106.15 TOTAL GENERAL FUND ............................... $2,398.72 ESTIMATED NEEDS Governing Board Salary of Officers and Employes .......................... $ 98.00 TOTAL ................................... 2 ............ $ 96.00 City Clerk Salary of Officers, Deputies and Employes .................. $ 80.00 Office Supplies, Blank Books, etc ........................... 25.00 TOTAL ................................................. $ 85.00 City Treasurer Salary of Officers, Deputies and Employes .................. $ 24.00 TOTAL .................................................. $ 24.00 Street Department Street Lighting ............................................ $ 358.40 Materials for Maintenance of Streets and Alleys .............. 239.25 TOTAL ............................................... $ 595.65 Police Department Salary of Officers, Deputies and Employes .................. $ 600.00 TOTAL ................................................ $ 600.00 Fire Department Equipment .............................................. $ 75.00 Maintenance of Equipment and Apparatus ................ 15.00 Oil, Gasoline and Chemicals .............................. 15.00 TOTAL ................................................. $ 105.00 Water Department Salary of Superintendent ................................... $ 300.00 Reg. and Rp. of Meters .................................. 100.00 Pumps and Mains ......................................... 175.00 Electric Power ............................................. 125.00 Supplies, Lub. etc ........................................ 15.00 Salary of Meter Reader .................................. 60.00 Office Supplies .......................................... 65.00 Collection of Rents ....................................... 120.00 TOTAL WATER DEPARTMENT _ .................... $ 980.00 General Government Lights of City Hall ...................................... $ 15.00 Election Expenses ........................................ 45.00 Maintenance and Repair of Buildings ...................... 25.00 Annual Audit ............................................. 65.00 Gas, CiW Hall ............................................... 15.00 TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT ...................... $ 165.00 GRAND TOTAL GENERAL FUND .................... $2,630.65 Less Surplus ......................................... $ 58.79 Less Misc. Revenue .................................. $2,396.72 $2,455.51 BALANCE TO RAISE BY AD VAL. TAX .................. $ 175.14 Balance Sheet--Sinking Fund ASSETS: Cash on hand June 30, 1936 .............................. $ 451.99 Taxes in Process .......................................... 409.95 TOTAL ASSETS ...................................... $ 861.94 "RESERVES: Earnings on Cur. Coup. to 6-30-36 ........................ 60.00 Accruals on Unmatured Bonds ............................ 666.72 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES ................ $ 728.72 SURPLUS ....................................................... $ 135.22 Sinking Fund Needs for 1936-37 Int. Earnhgs on Unmatured Bonds ........................ $ 120.00 Annual Accrual on Bonds ................................ 418.87 Commission to Fiscal Agency ............................... 30 TOTAL NEEDS ........................................ $ 536.97 Less Surplus Cash Only ........................................ 135.22 Balance to Raise by Ad Valorem Tax ...................... $ 401.75 CERTIFICATE--GOVERNING BOARD State of Oklahoma, County of Payne, as. We, the undersigned duly elected, qualified and acting officers of the town of Perkins, Oklahoma, do hereby certify that at a meeting of the Gov- erning Body of the said town, held on the first day of July, 1936, pursuant o the provisions of Section 12674 O. S. 1931; as amended by H. B. 316, Ses- Aon Laws of 1933, the within statement is a true and correct condition of he Fiscal Affairs of the said town as reflected by the records of the city clerk and treasurer. We further certify that the foregoing estimate for cur- rent expenses for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1936, and ending June 30, 93, are reasonably necessary for the proper conduct of the affairs of the said municipality, that the Estimated Income from sources other than ad valorem taxes nmy reasonably be expected to be collected as a revenue dur- ing the fiscal year, and it is not in excess of the amount collgcted from the rome som'ces during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1936 And that the said stimates were prepared at a meeting held on the first Monday in July, 1938, the same being the 6th day of July. 1938. J. W. BYER, J. W. RENTFROW, Clerk Mayor. E. L. SHERROD, Treasurer. INDEPENDENCE 1 . I chairs. Sure is too bad. Billy By Mrs. A. W. Tkoa,apson ]Watkins' house burned early in i the morning, of the same day. There were 18 inSunday School. Jessie Mae Stanton and Alba Jack Lincoln's house burned Russell went to the Falls Creek down Saturd y evening. Every-  Baptist Assembly with Mr. and thing was burned except a few,Mrs. Crabs. t t l 1