Jackson County People and Statistics from the Oklahoma State Manual 1909
(the first one published)
Oklahoma State Manual 1909
Compiled by Leo. Meyer, Assistant Secretary of State
[For? blotched] Sale by Leader Printing Co., Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Oklahoma State Manual
Giving Names of Counties, County Seats, Population of State Congressional and Judicial Districts and other Valuable Information.
Names, Post Office Address and District Numbers of Members of the Constitutional Convention of Oklahoma.
51. Banks, W. E. .......Hess
49. Roberts, Luke .......Olustee
Personnel of the First Senate.
Moore, Tom ...... Olustee ...... Democrat
Personnel of the First House of Representatives
Banks, Wm. E. ...... Hess, Jackson County ...... Democrat
Ashby, S. G. ......Eldorado, Jackson Co. ...... Democrat
Personnel of the House and Senate of the Second Legislature.
Personnel of the Second House of Representatives.
No listing for Jackson Co.
Senators that hold over
*Moore, Tom ...... Olustee, Dist. 5 ...... Democrat
List of County Officials of Oklahoma.
Jackson County, Altus, Okla.
County Judge ...... W. T. McConnell.
County Treasurer ...... J. S. Moore.
Register of Deeds ...... W. R. Morrow.
Sheriff ...... George C. Hensley.
County Attorney ...... J. M. Dillard.
Surveyor ...... E. E. Hudson.
Superintendent of Scrooks [sic] ...... J. M. Dale.
County Weigher ...... J. W. Schild.
District Court Clerk ...... Ned McDaniel.
County Clerk ...... I. M. Ashlock.
County Commissioners ...... E. C. Ballow, S. L. Boulware, H. D. West.
First State Election. Statistical data compiled by the Secretary of State, giving the vote on Governor, Congressmen and State Officers, September 17, 1907. Personnel of members of the First State Legislature.
The vote by counties on Governor, September 17, 1907:
for Frantz 604
for Haskell 2,143
for Ross 94
Congressional vote at election of September 17, 1907:
District No. 5
The plurality of Scott Ferris over H. D. McKnight and Waad Hubbard was 18,052.
Vote by Counties.
for McKnight 587
for Ferris 2,069
for Hubbard 77
For Justice Supreme Court 4th District.
Jackson ...... 1,906
[These pages are formatted in a troubling way, no names, just vote tallies, Jackson is again 1,906 votes for Supreme Court in other districts.
Election, November 3, 1908.
Presidential Electoral Vote.
For Corporation Commissioner.
For Congressman 5th District.
for Scott Ferris. Democrat. 1,908
for Socialist. 209
County Election Boards.
J. T. Moody ...... Altus.
J. T. Mitcher ...... Duke.
V. L. Dunham ...... Olustee
The population of the five congressional districts in Oklahoma are as follows:
5th District ...... 315,106 [includes Jackson County]
Showing number of Horses, Mules and Asseses [sic], and Cattle six months old and over and the Equalized Valuation, as fixed by the State Board of Equalization, by Counties.
Horses 8,261 Value $375,416
Mules and Asses 3,745 Value $208,010
Cattle Six Months Old and Over 9,222 Value $96,943
Showing number of Sheep and Goats over three months old, and Swine over three months old, and the Equalized Valuation of same; also of Farming Implements, as fixed by the State Board of Equalization, by Counties.
Sheep and Goats over Three Months Old 196 Value $258
Swine over Three Months Old 9,360 Value $27,136
Value Farming Implements $56,605
Showing number of Watches, Pianos and other Musical Instruments, and the Equalized Valuation of same; also of Plate and Jewelry as fixed by the State Board of Equalization, by Counties.
Gold, Silver and Other Kind of Watches 381 Value $4,333
Plat and Jewelry Value $8,376
Pianos 154 Value $25,509
Other Musical Instruments 275 Value $8,915
Showning [sic] number of Wagons[,] Pleasure Carriages of ever description, and Bicycles, Automobiles and Motor Cycles, and the Equalized Valuation as fixed by the State Board of Equalization by Counties.
Wagons 1,607 Value $32,460
Pleasure Carriages of Every Description 1,298 Value $29,799
Bicycles Automobiles and Motor Cycles 31 Value $641
Showing the Equalized Valuation of Household Furniture, Books and Private Libraries; Interest on Bonds of the United States; Territorial, City, Township, School District and other Bonds; Stock in any Company or Corporation; Money on hand, and credits actual value, as fixed by the State Board of Equalization, by Counties.
Household Furniture, Books and Private Libraries $35,951
Interest on Bonds of the U.S. * [not reported]
Ter., School Dist. and Other Bonds * [not reported]
Stocks in any Company or Corporation $13,930
Money on Hand $92,053
Credits Actual Value * [not reported]
Showing the Equalized Valuation of Average Value of Merchants' Stocks for the Preceding Year; Average Value of Merchants' Money and Credits for Preceding Year; Average Value of Manufacturers' Stocks for Preceding Year; Average Value of Manufacturers' Money and Credits for Preceding Year; Mortgages and Other Securities and Promissory Notes and Accounts, as fixed by the State Board of Equalization, by Counties.
Merchants' Stocks $455,126
Merchants' Money and Credits $21,960
Manufact's Stocks $20,050
Manufact's Money and Credits $9,500
Mortgages and Other Securities $66.681
Promissory Notes and Accounts $107,610
Showing the Equalized Valuation of Tax Sale Certificates, Judgments, Shares of Stock in National Banks, Shares of Stock in State Banks and Improvements on Unentered Lands or Lots not Deeded, School Lands and Indian Ollotments [sic], as fixed by the State Board of Equalization, by Counties.
Tax Sale Certificates * [not reported]
Shares of Stock in National Banks $165,165
Shares of Stock in State Banks $37,500
Imp. On Unent. Lands or lots not D'ded, Sch. Lands and Ind. Allot. $61,845
Showing Number of Dogs and Bushels of Grain on hand, and the Equalized Valuation; also of Typewriting Machines and other Machinery, and Aggregate Value of all other (personal) Property, as fixed by the State Board of Equalization, by Counties.
Dogs, Male and Female 868 Value $2,117
Grain on Hand (Bushels) * [not reported] Value $11,799
Typewriting Machines, Other Machinery Value $66,999
Aggregate Value of All and Other Property Value$47,680
Showing Number of Acres of Land and Number of Lots and the Assessed Valuation, also the Total Assessed Valuation of all Property Assessed by the Local Assessors, as fixed by the State Board of Equalization, by Counties.
Number of Acres 402,453
Assessed Value $5,250,430
City, Town and Village Lots:
Assessed Value $1,417,680
Total Assess Value by Local Assessors $8,728,859
Showing Assessed Valuation of Natural Gas, Express, Street Railway, Electric Light, Heat, Power, Water and Gas, Telegraph and Pullman Companies, also Toll Bridges, as fixed by the State Board of Assessors, by Counties.
Natural Gas .....
Street Railway .....
Electric Light, Heat, Power, Water and Gas .....
Showing Assessed Valuation of Railway, Oil, Pipe Line and Telephone Companies, as fixed by the State Board of Assessors, also the Assessed Valuation of all Property Assessed by the Local Assessors, as fixed by the State Board of Equalization and the Total Assessed Valuation of all Property, by Counties.
Oil Pipe Line .....
Local Assessment $8,728,859
Total Assessment $10,226,268
Votes Cast for the Adoption of the Constitution.
For the Constitution 2,663
Against the Constitution 282
Cities of the First Class in Oklahoma.
[list includes] Altus