The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1901 Page: 7 of 8
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THE HENNESSEY CLIPPER, TUl'KSDAV NONKMUEK 11.
$50,000 to Loan
First published in the Clipper. Nov. 7. 11)01.
()rdinance N« . 04.
sort llUMlt "t Willi pa pel's alld \,, ordinance uuthori/.iui; the cnllliur "f "
special election for the purpose of submit-
tiimr the questUin of voting bonds for con-
struction of waterworks
/* I,* j lie it ordained by the President and Hoard
of Trustees of the village of Hennessey. OKia-
11MU are some I homa Territory:
Section 1 That .lames A Liddle. is 1 resi-
dent of the Hoard of Trustees of said village
be. and he is hereby authorized and directed
to submit to the electors thereof at a special
' election held for that purpose, the question ot
whether or not said village shall issue for the
purpose of construction of ;i system of watei-
. worKs therein, bonds in the sum of bi^ht
ill Thousand Dollars, due in thirty years from the
I date thereof, payable at any time after ten
i years at the will of the village. such bonds to
; bear interest at the rate of not to exceed six
| percent, per annum, payable annually.
Section All ordinances or parts « t orctt
, nances, that are iu any way in contliet \vitn
j this ordinance, or any part of it. are hereo\
I Section;!. This ordinance shall take em « t
and be in force from and after its publication
i according to law.
Passed and approved this 1th day <>f Novem-
The Hoard of Trustees.
|SEALI Hy .1. A. L1DDLK.
President of Hoard of Trustees.
Attest : K. K. SWIM.
We have on hand u largo as-
sortment of wall papers and
art* placing them on the mar- j
ket at low prices. Anion}
them are some..
11" you can use any
the way of
You will find them at ridicu
lously low prices. \V
making a clean up sale
them and they must go..
will pay .you to investigate
you figure on papering
ti lis fall
First published in the Clipper. Nov.T. tflOl.
()rdinance No (>">.
\ii ordinance relutlmt to the posting of hills,
I prescribing u license tax therefor, and pr< -
SAUR'S DRUG STORE.
i * "lieft'ordained by the President and lioardoi
| Trustees of the village of Hennessey. Oklu-
I homa Territory:
Section I. That it shall he unh-wful for nj
] pel-son to tuck up. nail up. paste up. or in any-
I wise post anv bills. placards, or advertising
1 matter of anv kind within the corporate limits
of said village, without tirst paying into the
City Treasury the sum of WO.OO per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance, and pro-
i curing from the Town Clerk a license there-
Section 2. Every person who shall violate
| any of the provisions of this ordinance shall he
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor for each
1 dav's failure to comply with said ordinance, or
• . I . l......... f ■>>..< _>im11 Ilium Clin-
East Side Main Street.
Miller \ Oliver, Notaries Pub-
UtlY s liiinuu v" * "m!.!,. , , ,,
, . a for each violation thereof, and shall upon con-
lie. LlMjUll*' <l« vietion he lined for each offense not less than
>i. .. J. ■ 11 i u i I >i ii'i/liiur til*, it
Farm and City Property
At a competitive rate of interest.
Build or Buy a Home
And pay for it in
Atlas Savings and Loan Association.
We can sell a few ^
GOOD PRAIRIE FARMS
+ 'f listed right.
MILLER & OLIVER.
Arthur Brox of Keil was over
the tirst <>f the week.
W. A. Parker came down from
Barr, Monday, to look after a
few business matters.
11. M. Dresher is building a
new two story house in the
northeast part of town.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Marshall,
of Salina are visiting B. F. .1 oili-
er and family tins week.
jfcii.OO nor more than $10.00 Providing that jyt * i [M S #1 Cf napf
nothing in this ordinance shall be construed to , INortll J Iclltl Olivvl.
in anv manner prohibit the posting of any
lejral" notice required by law to he posted. >\ i _ —
any person authorized by law to post the same ]
or to prohibit any resident merchant from ad-
vertising his business.
This ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after its publication according
to law. , _ . VT
Passed and approved this 1th day of Novem-
[SKAL| •' A ^I,)1?.I/E
President of 'he Hoard of I rustees
Attest: E. K. SWIM.
Whet, you wain to ruiv a "Hi >"
Lumlipr. don't fortr**' ,ri 1 > ■' "n
: G. H. BLOCK,:
Fir. t published in Thk cijim'KK Nov
Ordinance No. <5(3.
An ordinance relutlnn to the obstruction of
the side-walks and crossings alont! the streets.
• illevs and public places of the village of Hen-
nessey. Oklahoma Territory, and providing for
; oenalties for violations thereof.
| .. ii;.. ..J i... 11 > t)nni.>i/la
%(r fpiorieex Lumloex ^Leiciia-nt,
• WHOCARKlES A KULL LIN t OF
Levi Berzberg made a trip to
Enid and other ]>oints north of
i s the tirst of the week.
F. A. Ellis of Hutchinson, Kan.
is in the . ity this week and talks
MliUUO IOI > M riu i . .. , . l
Be it ordained, by the President and Boaui
of Trustees of the village of Hennessey, Okla-
Section l. It shall be unlawful for any pei-
son or persons to place or allow to be placed
any sijm. advertisement, board, or other ob-
struction across, or partially across any of the
sidewalks or crossings alontf any . of the
streets, alleys or public places of said village,
at a height less than seven and one-half feet
from such side-walk or crossing t«> the lowest
I part of such sign, advertisement, board or
. , I other abstruction.
r I wnifiiKi1 with Ills Section '2. It shall be unlawful for an.v pei-
.-•oine OI locating lieie Willi Ills • ^ori'evsons now having any sim.. advertise-
ti iiiiimi1 el ni\ 1 inent boa rd. or other obstruction across, oi
111111 bit ( UltllV s i >]). I partially across any of the side-walks or cross-
I fmrs n Io n it anv of file streets, alleys or public
A be Wilson and family have j vui-weat hewht^r less
moved from their former place , ",!,TruA "to
I-..,. ;,1,„,„„ mm- occmtv a allow the same to remain so placed for a per-
ot residence ana now Otttip.Y , jo(1 (>f 11101.e th:ul u,aay, from mid after n..
part of ?<!r. Wilson s plact
Lupibsf, Sash, Doofs, Blipds,
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
Agent for Acme Cement Piaster.
H<' i an And will save you money and guarantee satisfaction
Ou ali bill* not paid in HO days intei-osi will b>' • h-uy^d
Yard West Fouivli Street, ii ■n..,s-
business oil Main Street.
ilerbine sweetens the breath,
brightens the eyes and (dears
the complexion without the
slightest ill effects whatever, and
ensures the natural bloom of
health. Price ."0 cents. For sale
by F. A. Dinkier.
MKI «11 nunc t i in ii . * ■ ,
iialilication of this ordinance according to la w
Section .'I. livery person <>r persons who
shall violate any of the provisions of this ordi
nance, shall lie deemed trinity of a misde-
meanor and upon conviction thereof shall I"'
lined for each offense not less tliuti *2.ixi nor
more than fin.no. and costs.
Section I. The City Marshal shall have
power and authority to remove an.v such sijni.
advertisenient. hoard or other obstruction
placed in such 11 maimer as to constitute
violation of ilns ordinance, which remains -n
placed more than lit days al ter the publication
of this ordinance nccordini-' to law.
This ordinance shall take effect ami be in
force from and after its publication dint'
Passed and approved on this 1th (lay ot
j November, mm
. 1 sK AI. •' ^ I.! 1 IDi.lO.
rjawrence .I Oilier IS very lllUCIl President Of the Hoard ot Trustees.
pleased this week over the ai - Town cierk. ^
rival of two 17-key liuffett,13oehn
system clarinets, which he re- Many people are suffering
cently ordered from Carl Fisher fearfully from indigestion or
of New York. They are resjjec- dyspepsia, when one single bot-
tively an A-ti at and B-iiat and tie of Herbine would bring about
are the very best make that can a prompt and permanent cure,
be purchased, costing him A few doses will do more for a
sr>.: (>. He is now fitted for weak stomach than a prolonged
orchestra and band work and course of any other medicine,
has every reason to be pleased Price .">0 cents. For sale by F.
with his new acquisition. . A. Dinkier.
First published in the Clipper, Oct. \!l. IflOl.
Notice is hereby tfiveti. That by virtue ot an
order of sale issued by the clerk of the district
court of the second Judicial district of Okla-
homa territory, within and for Kiiu-'Hshei
county, in an action wherein elms. Binding is
Plaintiff and JaniesT. Itruce 1'armelia llruce.
I),unci Miller.and Miller, hi- wife, and l,.\
Hoidridsre. Defendants. _
1 will, nt two o. clock p ill. on the "int h day ot
Noveinher. A. I> HKIl.at the frontdoor of the
court house in Kins-'lisher eity.Kinjrllsher coun-
ty. Oklahoma Territory, oiler for sale at public
auction the lollowimr described real estate
ito-wit: The west one-half of the southwest
quarter of section tifteen (la), township einlit-
I ecu (Isi north, ramie ei^ht iH> west of the In-
dian Meridian, in said Kinirtlshsr county Terrl-
| torv of Oklahoma.
Said property is levied upon as the property
of said defendants and will be sold without
appraisement to the blithest bidder for cash In
himd to satisfy said order of sale. Subject to
a niirtstaire of ti .ill 2t) and interest.
(iiven under mv hand this Pith day of Oeto-
I hCI' A " IWI' W K.KKIXBV.
Sheriff of Kinsttisher County. O. T.
Hy lid Morrissey.
I First published in the Clipper. Oct. 31. 1001.
NOTICE KOK PUHLICATION.
! hand Office at Klnitllsher.o.T.. Auinist j:l. linn
! Notice Is hereby itivcn that the IoIIowuil-
' named settler has Hied notice ol iii^ intention
| to make final proof in support of his elaini. and
ihat said proof will he made hef )re Keiristn-
' and Receiver of the TT. S. I^and <)lTi«*e at Kinu -
; Usher. Oklahoma, on Dee. T. I90i. vi/:
for the N n w 'i see :i'J, t wp is. ratine <>.
He names the followinit witnesses lo prow
: his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
Joe Hedmond, Samuel lamdon Alexander
Tucker and Sa 11111 ■ • I Fort all of 1 >o\ nr. 11. T.
•J:i--.'S liM( IKY I) HH< IW.NI.K.K Ueitister
Rents collected and promptly
forwarded to non-residents.
Charges reasonable. Miller ^
For all fresh cuts or wo
either on the human subject or
ion animals, Ballard's Snow Lini
I inent is excellent; while for corn
buskers' sprained wrists, barbed
j wire cuts and sores on working
I horses, it cannot be too highly
I commended. Price, -Ti and r>0
cents. For sale by 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/m1/7/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.