The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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THE HENNESSEY CLIPPEll, thl'USUAV, NOVKMHKU 14, 1901.
The followingcattle quarantine
proclamation was issued last
Whereas, the Oklahoma Live
stock Sanitary Commission did.
on the second day of November,
mill, at a meeting held in the of-
fice of the secretary at Guthrie,
Oklahoma, recommend the fol-
lowing regulations relative to the
First, it is ordered that the so-
culled open session shall begin on
the 15th day of November, 1901,
and continue until the -ilsl day
of January, 1902, inclusive. No
cattle shall be transported by
rail, driven, or moved in any
manner whatever, from any ter-
ritory described in rules 2 and 0
to points north of said line, in
the proclamation issued by the
governor of Oklahoma on May
22, 1901, across the quarantine
line into the territory of Oklaho-
ma until the same have been in-
spected by an authorized inspec-
tor of this commission and found
to be free from infection, Booph-
ilus Annulatus(Texas fever ticks)
and fever, and in a healthy con-
Second, provided further, that
from the 15th day of November,
1901, to the 551st day of January,
1902, inclusive, cattle may cross
over said lines into the territory
of Oklahoma provided they have
been inspected by a duly author-
ized inspector of this commis-
sion and found by such inspector
to be free from ticks and fever
and in a healthy condition, and
certificate thereof, and permit
given by such inspector.
This applies to cattle being
driven or shipped t<> points with-
in the territory of Oklahoma or
to states or territories bordering
on the federal quarantine line.
All cattle consigned to states and
territories north of the states
and territory bordering on the
federal quarantine lines may
cross without inspection between
the above dates.
Third, that it shall be unlawful
for any railroad company to ac-
cept for shipment, or to ship or
transport, any cattle originating
outside of the quarantine lines of
the territory destined to any
point in the Ten itory of Oklaho-
ma unless at the time of accept-
ing such shipment, the shipper
presents to said railroad compa-
ny, a certificate as herein set
Fourth, it is further ordered
that any violation of the above
orders shall be an offense pun-
ishable as provided by the laws
of the territory of Oklahoma.
Now, therefore, I. W illiam M.
.1 ttnkius,governor of the territory
of Oklahoma, in conformity with
the laws of said territory, do
hereby declare that the rules and I
regulations set forth in the above
recited orders of the Oklahoma
jivestock Sanitary commission,
shall be in full force and efteVt
from the 15th day of November.
1901, until the 551st day of Janu-
ary, 1902, inclusive, unless other-
! wise ordered in due form of law.
In witness whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
the seal of the territory to be af-
fixed at Guthrie, this 2d day of
VVm. M. Jenkins.
Governor of ()klahoma Territory.
[SEAL | Attest:
Wili.1 am Grimes, Secretary of
HOLDERMAN & McKISSICK,
Pianos, Organs, Handolins,
Violins, Guitars, Banjos.
We handle all grades and kinds and can suit you in prices
and goods. Call at our music room and inspect our instruments.
HOLDERMAN & McKISSICK.
First Door South Brees's Hardware Store.
If Nobody Knows!
The commissioners of the St.
Louis exposition while in the
east adopted a method of adver-
tising Oklahoma. On the backs
of their personal cards was
printed the following: L_ \ ^
,,Oklahoma has 500,000 people;, W lriUOW U I3.SS
$00,000,000 taxable valuation: 38, j
000 miles area: $151,000,000 bank j
deposits; 1,100 miles of railways; j
2,500 public schools; a dozen col-1
leges; 800 postoftices; 175 news-j
papers, but no poorhouses.
'•Oklahoma raises 30,000,000 j
bushels of wheat: 50,000,0001
bushels of corn; 12,000,000 bush-
els of oats; 1,000,000 bushels of
fruit: half a million head of live- j
stock: 150,oOO bales of cotton;
">1X1 cars of melons and 1,000 cars
of potatoes and a little of every- j
thing else, including almonds
"Oklahoma wants capital, labor
people and statehood.
"Oklahoma took gold medals j
and diplomas on wheat, corn, j
cotton, flour and vegetables at i
Chicago and Omaha; highest J
award on cotton at Paris, and at
the St. Louis exposition will be j
in the front line.
When Your Taxes Will fall Due
The first half of the personal'
taxes are due December 15, and ,
become delinquent the third \
Monday in January when a pen-!
alty of one and one half per cent!
per month is added.
At the time of paying the first!
half the taxpayer may pay all
of the taxes if he desires, but no
rebates are allowed.
If the first half has not been
paid on the first Monday in March
a tax warrant bearing eighteen
percent interest and costs is
placed in the sheriff's hi'iids tor
j all the taxes.
If the first half has been paid
■ during the time provided bj law,
the last half may run until June
15, on which day it becomes de-
linquent and a penalty of ten
cents for advertising and one and
one-half per cent per month is
If the last half is not paid by
July 1"), a warrant is issued bear-
ing eighteen per cent interest
1 and costs.
Just come to our store and we can show
you fair dealing. I he season for
is here and remember our stock is filled
with regular sizes. If we don't have
the size we want we assure you we can
cut the glass to any size.
DINKLER'S DRUG STORE.
While You wait.
The greatest blessing to mankind is
pure, fresh water and it does not
cost much in this vicinity to place
it at your door
We Do the Work.
We will clean your old well and put
your pump in repair, sell you a new
pump or place a wind mill
We are here to serve you.
The Well Man.
Real estate taxes become due) White's Cream Vermifuge ro-
und delinquent and a penalty j moves the unhealthy tissue upon
attaches the same as personal | which worms thrive: it brings,
taxes. Ileal estate is sold for
delinquent taxes and deeds are
issued in two years from date of
and quickly, a healthy condition
of body, where worms cannot
exist. Price l?r> cents. For sale
bv F. A. Dinkier.
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Miller, L. G. The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1901, newspaper, November 14, 1901; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104940/m1/2/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.