The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 14, 1909 Page: 8 of 8
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kNFW NONF. BY THAT NAME'1 |V^ MUCH WR0,'t,!T LP
u...n«r Action of P«lm Tree H «
, P'o •«'-« th. SU|*r..mou. Peo
.,000 l^ry «•£ , • Pro. ?
pfct ve Touriit.
TRAVELED UP THE LADDER
. A certsir. mt il-kn. n N' « ^
«-s- j>t*f*ring t<-> tsVc *n
automobile toiT on the north shon
of M weflchmetts. H * oh jfvl v (
point beun; the <,tw i t -hinj \ii-
lap of t .loth-osjw, it oo'QttM t-
him that it woiil^ 1* *'«' to find ™i'
in iwivmiK* if that pU«f *florvi>.l «
parspr whet* Wrtwnring our <*vr.,.1
Ih- sli*ltpr<vl * hen not in i'*4 fltitl tv-
l in rt>J v Vipri
To thst on.1 the Santo>T *rotr ti-
the p.istn MtPt, conrtivnisU a kinp
for the desired information What
w«v hi surprise * few !*>*" inter
* hen the curd he had inclosed in hie
letter of tnquirv i me back with this
"1 find in oor city directory that
no one of the name of r.srajre tr tf
mail at this office. The nean*! to
it is a family of the name of (.am-
m*£e. living on the Xnk Ml
The hanker conrteoiish *ent a see-
on.i note thttikinf the postmaster
for his information.
IN GOOD COMPANY
The Turnip—Old Cauliflower must
he on his good behavior, he hasn't
boon drunk for some time.
The Carrot—Yes. he swore off and is
living with the watermelons.
THE IRONY OF YOUTH.
The party of adult? pomp fishinp
did not want any children among
them, and the little ones who had an
inkling of the project wen satisticl
as to the falsity of their suspicion*
of the real nature of the trip. But
little Jackey, on his father's return,
spied a basket in' which la} a for-
gotten solitary fish. Immediate.*
he began to howl and would not lie
"Oh, oh. oh!" he bawled. "To
think my mother lied to me!'"—Bal-
Is it that a plant is possessed of
aome infernal spirit* Hsraset sub-
division. thnv miles distant from
Iiuttapiiker, on the central district
ing transformed into a weird and at
the siame tiitic touching scene.
measuring about 2S (■vt- •* 1 "S
found to stand erect in the dmlnne,
hut with the decline of the scorching
ray* of the sun prevalent nowadays
the same palm almost bemK to tin
1 ground, so miK-h so that its huge
mass of loaves touches the ground
■imperivpt i blv.
This news spread like wiMhi*
throughout the locality, and the
supers! it imis people sr< floking
every day to witness the scene. What
is most astonishing is that ihc earth
on which it grew is neither loose, nor
is it cracked, by the da l* and m.- -
I Iv coming down and raising of the
Most of the eye-witnesses, ot
which the writer is excluded, are of-
fering pnjas to the palm, thinking
that there is a god underneath the i
STUDY THIS ON COOL DAY.
11 ow many apples did Adam and
Eve pat ?
Some sax Eve S an.; Adam a
total of 10: others sav Eve - and
Adam S also, total l^i but i! Eve
P and Adam tt, the total will 1" W:
now, if Eve SI and Ailam 10, the
total would be 8W? tht-n i! Ew
1st and Adam SI5. the total would
lie 1,653; or again. Eve S14 Adam,
Adam $1,342 oblige Eve. total -2.-
056 ; though we admit Ev e SI I Adam
Adam if he BIStttt keep Eve eorm-
panv. total 8.1S3.ii.'o; A wrung
Eve. when she S1S12 many, tin
probably felt sorry for it. and Atom,
therefore. Adam if In Vlv 1 ;?•!I'-fv
Eve's depressed spirit, henci both
ate Sl.Mr'i",.>64 a; - Bt; ni re
7?v /?« IVMamt
Beneath thf summer skies we two
Went jrayly forth «s lovers flo,
And if * bod of dover there,
With sunltcht glinting <">n her hair,
Fhe stepped « sudrh n IflUfV mind,
A magic clover leaf to find:
•Wilt though she looked with sealoun care
She found no four-leaved dover th<ero!
• Alu*' M\ lurk \f had:" sighed she.
Her worried fsee turned up to me.
And then * he hhished with rosy glow,
J And Inughing ssld: "It Isn't, though!
I'll try m> hick," T orlod with gl^e.
And plufked h d«lsy at my knorv
Shr lo^-es mr:" ftnd "She loves m
T droned within the dover plot.
"She loves—" "Oh. stop"' was whis-
' Suppose your luck is falsft, to you!**
Ah. as she colored like a rose,
. 1 kissed her 'neath her pretty noso,
And though the world should swear
1 know my luck was good that day.
r o you hell eve in signs like this
1 With such a woman near to kiss?
Man Who Had Attained Hi* Goal Re-
veals to Others the Secret
of His Success.
Around the stove in a grocery
itore in lVnohseot county. Me., a
group of the natives were discussing
politii- in general and office-holding
"Well, hoys," said one old chap.
"I kin tell ye sumthin' alnntt it
mv-ielf. I've had considerable ex-
perience in that line. When 1 begun
1 wasn't much; hut ve've pot to
start sumwherc. an ve can t Ih1 too
particular when you're only coni-
"When I begun, 'twa'n't moro'n
school scent, but 1 took it nn
thanked 'em for it. Well, after that
1 kept risin' an' risin'. till 1 grot to
he third selec'man. People won-
<V>red how 1 did it ! hut it was most-
ly because 1 wasn't asfiameil to begin
away down at the foot of the ladder
an' work up." lllustrnted Sunday
I n rest
Pr fiyron ]Viliiams
"Tion't von know that when von
start the new year off b\ gottinc
drunk, as you did yesterday, vou'll
lie drunk even dm in the yearv
Hternlv catechised the judgi. ad-
dressing the bedraggled holio;
"drunk everv dev' I'll give you six
"I don't see h/>w T'll be drunk ,
even- dav o' th' year." muttered flu
disappointed hero, "if y send me
up f'r six months'"—Illustrated
Answering a charge of crneltv. in
eenrt. Billvilt*' citizen sniil
"1 never killed t.hi mull until the
Trlile come nigh kill in" me. I some-
times kills rattlesnakes for their rat-
'e-. an" I ketches an sells mockiri
birds fer their snugs But that's
■ 11 "*—Atlanta Constitntion
HOW HE TOOK IT.
"Ever* bit of food on this tnlile,"
said the serving larb to Iiomson ie-
he sat down to eat t the church suj>-
per, "was cooked hv vonr wife''
"Oh. 1 don't mind." rejoined
Eamson. faintly: "Em not a bit
hungn. anywav '
let the tricolor fly.
The authorities of Alaaee-l/irraine
have gsviti proof oif a tolerance on
which they can only )*■ conprnrti-
tetod. Thus, the Hotel de El nioT.
brand new flag in the French colors
on the oceasKin of the arrival o. tin
svndicate of French grocers. Iji-'
vear the use of the French flag had
W-en authorized in conjunction will
the flags of Belgium, Ital' and
international regattas. *int tin ap-
pearanet of the French flag alone to
celebrate the arrival of a Erenoh so-
ciety is a new fact in Alsact-lior-
MADE AN IMPRESSION.
: we smell,
IH« we \w>w it Wftll—
redoli'iice more fair
ifh hh'nds our native air!
Th* Joys w< have nr« fluuc aside—
l.othario wouldst find a bride!
Thi one 1 - has is pure and sweet.
But she lies captive at his f«*et'
And thus, ungrateful, foolish band.
"We sittk the une*ploited land'
Through foreifjn putlis w« madly roam. |
And leave Contentment here at home! i
In Boston, as even- one knows,
the symphony concerts are viewed
in the light of sacred ceremonials.
In this connecti014 the story is told
of two little girls of a certain fam-
ily who returned, from the music
hnll "in a state of mind." One of
them carried an expression of deep
scorn ; the other an air of groat de-
"What is the matter, girls?" asked
some member of the household.
"Was the conccrt fine?"
"The concert was all right," re-
sponded Eleanor. "The trouble was
with Mar\. She disgraced herself."
"Yes, she sneezed in the middle
of the symphony."
They were talking about mixed
drinks. "There's nothing." remarked
one who looked as if he knew, "like
black velvet." •
"What's that?" asked the others.
"Champagne mixed with beer.
And would you believe it, ihough 1
have alwavs desired to try it. 1 have
found it absolutely impossible to mix
the two drinks."
They asked him gently what he
"Why. it's this way." he explained.
"Whenever I buy a beer 1 haven t
the price of champagne: and when-
ever 1 buy champagne 1 haven t the
price of a beer!"
the wise hen
Emil Boas, before the sailed for
Hamburg to assume the director-
nensralship of the Hamburg-Ameri-
can line, was asked by a reporter to
tell w hat changes and improvements j
in the gTeat company he proposed
"1 have nothing to say." said Mr.
Boas. "I desire to emulate the hen.
The hen in one Tespect is wise. She
doesn't cackle much until she has
laid her egg. But some people are I
always bragging and cackling about •
what they are going to do liefore-
Kingfisher. Okli* . .Ian 4th. 1909
The Hoard or County Commissioners met
in re. ular session Present, H I. Miles,
Chairman. j. a Undsey. Dennis I>ownin*r.
and the County Clerk.
On motion of .1 A. Lindsey. H L. Milea was
re-e'.eeted chairman of Jhe board for the en-
In the matter of the petition of J \V Pulliam
and others praying for the establishment of a
drainage district for the purpose of draining
certain form lands located in Columbia Town-
ship. the following persons were appointed to
make a view of the proposed drain on Friday
Jan Nth.lttMat lOo'cloek A M Kenton States.
W B. Patrick, and C. 11 Umb.
It heing shown to the satisfaction of the
board that Lots land 2 Sec.2«-lT-rt was govern-
ment land on the first day of March 190S and
therefote erroneously assessed. It is ordered
by the board that the tax on said land be can-
celled by the clerk
H.L. Mii.bb. Chairman.
The tax on a certain automobile assessed
to B. H. Starry in Kingfisher City is ordered
cancelled on the showing of Mr. Starry that
the same was assessed in Lynn township,
and the claim of Mr. Starry that his residence
was in Lynn Twp. on the first day of March
1908 Mr. Downing opposing.
H. L. Milks. Chairman.
In the matter of the petition of A Cain and
others praying for the establishment of a
drainage d strict for the purpose of draining
certain faim lands located in Columbia Tip ■
the following persons were appointed to make
a view of the said proposed drainage district
on Friday .lan. *th, 1909: Benton States. W. B.
Patrick, and C. B. Lamb
Ordered by the board that tax sale certifi-
cate No. M0 sale of 190H be cancelled and the
owner be allowed to pay the original tax.
B L Mii.es. Chairman
ance with reductions made by the county and
state boards of equalisation
H.L M ii. *a. Chairman
Hoard Adjourned to meet Jan. 6th. 1909
Ceo 11 Wi odworth, county clerk.
Kingfisher. Okla.. Jan 6th. 19«W.
The Hoard of County Commissioners met
pursuant to adjournment with all membeis
Record of Jan 5th read and approved
B L. Milks. Chairman.
Geo. H Wood worth, county clerk.
Quarterly report of Stephen Fads. Supt.
Oreenwood Borne, examined and approved.
The quarterly report of F. D. Dakin. register
of deeds, for the quarter ending Dec. 31st.
1^0". accompanied by the county treasurer s
receipt for *243 13 excess fees collected dur-
ing the quarter. Approved.
The quarterly report of Ceo. H. Wood worth,
county clerit, f« r the quarter ending Dec. 31st.
1908 showing fees collected during the quarter
amounting to $39 25 approved and salary
warrant ordered issued to (Jeo. H. Wood-
worth for fc'-ou 75. salary for the quarter end-
ing Dec. 31st, 1908.
11 l Mii-ks, Chairman.
Quarterly report of m. M. Tate, Sheriff, for
the quarter ending Dec 31st. 1908. approved by
the county attorney examined and approved
and the clcrk ordered to issue salary warrants
on tke report as follows:
M M. Tate. sherifT fees, I57t< 57
lssac Hawkins, deputy sherifT fees 129 69
C. D. Mauk. deputy sheriff fees 32 16
M M Tate, miscellaneous dep. fees 181 20
B. l Milks. Chairman.
The above report showing criminal and civil
fees collected by sheriff t38 65. Civil and
criminal fees collected by deputies 1252 30.
Total amount charged to sheriff 's salary 1713.14
Quarterly report of (ieo. F.. Moore, county
supt. pub. inst.. for the quarter ending Dec.
31st. 190s, examined and approved and the
II 1^ Mll.m, V.IIB1IHWU ••—:
in the mailer of the petition of Edward A. 1 clerk ordered to Issue salary warrant for
Clump and others prayine for the establish- W00.«p sal rj tor the quarwr endin* Dec. Jlsl
ment of a drainage district for the purpose of 1908. ^
draining certain fann lands in Excelsior Twp , « L MlLEe- Chairman,
the following named persons w ere appointed Depository bond of the Bank of Dover
to make a view of said proposed drainage dis- anjjned and approved.
trict on Wednesday Jan. 6th, 1909. William! depository bond of F
Kimerer. A. J. Slief and A L. Buugbey.
Board adjourned to meet Jan. 5th. 1909.
Oku. H. Wuouwoeth. County Clerk.
Jan. 5th. 1909.
Boa id convened pursuant to adjournment,
with all member* and the clerk present.
Minutes of January 4th. 1909 read and ap-
H. L Mii.es. Chairman.
Geo. B Wood worth. Oounty Clerk.
The following claims were allowed
Depository bond of First National Bank of
Depository bond of Citizens State Hank of
iiesignation of E. N . Keller, as constable of
Columbia township accepted.
Official bond of J S. Scott assessor in and
for Kingfisher City examined and approved.
Quarterly report of John M. Graham, county
judge, for the quarter ending Dec. 31st, 190K
I accompanied by the county treasurer s receipt
| for jw*A7.6o fees and tines collected during the
aiiow ea: quarter examined and approved.
Claimed Allowed The following claims were eiainined ai.d
Stalnaker. surveying i* " 19 uu ■ allowed. (,o
J. Ft. Chamberlain, jailor Jlf4 00 184 00
4.ri 00 J. W. Huff, witness fees 46 0U 25 00
I John M. Graham, salary county
5 60 I judge 500 00 500 00
7 00 Eva M. Bonnett. cash paid for
I supplies 2 W 2 50
Hanker Bros., repair w ork Court
Bouse 137 25 13. 25
Lott Bros supplies to Court
House 16 93
Lonu Bell Lbr. Co.. bridge
material 393 88 393 S8
The Houston Lbr. Co., bridge
material 21 16 21 16
A B. Sebow alter & Co . bridge
material 1149 65 1149 65
AN ADAGE DISPUTED.
'•PcilitoncBP costs nothing." siiifi
thp man of r<'M(lv-nni(ii w isulom.
"1 (ruins," answered Mr. Oumrox,
"that von never had am experiences
viih thexe cafe waiters who regulate
their politeiiens bv the sr/e of the
WHAT tT MEANS. •'
"T'd like a riference, Tnn'om,"
said the cook, who hail been rei|iie t-
ed to r«*sifm
"You mean," replied \lrs. Hiram
Often, "you'd like-a k'lti r in which
theft should bt no reference to auv-
Mrs Hovle— Thai Knowstnrm nn
the siapc waf vert realistic
Mrs rmvle— Ves, mv luiKliantl
Weill nut between 1 In acts In borrow
H HliflW «ho! -l.
HAS BUILT MANY BOATS.
Andv Linton of Vancouver. T* C,
hns built up to date 5.< ()() boats, and i
thoujrli he i? referred to an the old-
esl hoal builder in Canada he will
1 likelv add another thousand to his j
Tecord lief ore he makes his final
cruise. Tie dow not build ocean j
| liners, but fold prospectors" boats j
and fishing smaeks. l'le has built
about one boat ti day for the last i
1 25 year*. He has a little sawmill
and a few workmen, but does him-
self a large share of the work ol get-
ting each craft read\ for active serv-
IN DOUBLE HARNESS.
aik—Siiiith asked me to come to ^
his home this evening. Says he's
jroing to celebrate liif golden wed-
Olml vp—"VThy. he's been married
only three years.
.1HOk—That's what ] told liim. He
suid ii seemed like 50.—Meggen-
DETERMINED TO WORRV.
4' " v ***''
out or practice.
"TThat do you think of the presi-
dential election ?'
"Young man." answered the local
politician. "I'll have to talk to you
about that later. You see. I wua a
' delegate to the convention and 1
haven't vet got back to the way of
thinkin' on my own account."—
"Whatever von do," said
cheerv citizen, "don t worry.
"That sort of advice ip nonsense."
answered Air. Sims Barker. "How
can a man help worrying when he
lives under conditions which render
him liable at am time to be drawn
as it juror in nn unwritten-law cane."
LITE SAVING A LA MODE.
The "Victim—Help! Help! I'm
Would-Bc Hero—Courage, my
brave man 1 .1 ntft wait until 1 get a
rojie, a measuring rod. a Carnegie
application blank, two witnesses and
a notary public.—Bohemian Mage-
Elizabeth Walker, teaching sep
Samuel Dodsworth Co. supplies
Co. Supt. r' w
•lohn Yarbroutrh. rent for school lo o<
Gilchrist ti Sherwood, tndse to
P. T Walker, bridpe lumber 236 3T
F.E. Bapenbuch. election supplies ((
C. L. Warner, bridge material lb «<
C. L. Wagner. mdse to Greenwood 4 TO 4 70
B. F. McDaniel, labor and electric
supplies 27 75 -< «.
G. B. Wood worth, coal and
freight 1H «T
Bertha Ludwig labor Greenwood 10
Stephen Eads. salary and cash 51
W. C Groves, road and bridge
work 11 60 11 6(
Cimarron Twp . bridge material 20 60
Logan. Snow. Morton&. Co mdse
to Greenwood * ^
Lender Grocery Co . mdse to pt or « ou
J. A Best, coal to Greenwood 13 «5
Joseph Hobb. salary janitor 50 00
Wm. Throckmorton, guarding jail 42 0j
J. L. Robinson, guarding jail
S. T. Alexander, coal to Grimes 2 HO
C P Wickmiller. drugs to Green-
wood 14 ^
Chas. R. Setford. livery hire 2 ou
Oloott Truesdell & Co.. supplies to
jail 2 (,fc
Kingfisher Star, supplies and
printing ^ ^ 2fl
Kingfisher City, water and light < < 25 tf.
I'. E. Hagenbuch. blanks tosberiff 53 l*'
Nelson Rice, sebooling children IH 00
Morgan &. Baribolic. unloading
L S Major, repairing bridge
E. O. Bryden justice fees.
A C. Shannon, livery hue
W. R. Bo well, repairing bridge
W R Bo well, saving bridge
W. R. Howell, rebuilding bridge
W. S Whirlow. serv. insanity
C. J H'oodson. Ii B material
M. M. Tate, patient to Ft Supply 51 •*'
Kingfisher City, water and light 77 25
.VI M. Tate, expense 27 50
.1 Overstreet. uifdica! aitend-
ance W 30
.1 W Duff, justice fees IH 70
A. H. Showaiter, coal to Green-
James H Smith, land for road 20 <*>
a B Cullum. attendint'"R
S. B. Drew, nails
Geo. H Wood worth, deputy clerk
A . Roberts, aid to poor
M M. Tate, boarding prisoners 145 HO
Logan Snow. Morton*Oo .mdse
Court bouse, jail
W.J. Steele, telephone service HO f o
Mrs Dalion. road damaues W
Taylor & Jones, on school building i"i
B. L. Miles, road and briuge work Kt HO
H. L Miles, salary and mileage K« 45
Dennis Downing R and H work N HO
Dennis Downing, salary and miie-
J P Nicholson, bridge material
J. D. Bill, road and bridge work
J. W. Duff, witness fees
20 8o 1 J. W. Duff. Justices fees
J. W Duff. Justices fees
< 30 58 8"
H 7 50
r>fl J. W Duff. J ustices fees
14 80 14 80
11 (NI 11 (M
Mary Cross wait Co. Stenographer ISO 00 ISO 00
The following claims were disallowed
J. C. Stinson. Uep. Sheriff fees 2 00
J. W. Duff.fees W
J. W. Duff. Justices fees 5 80
J . C. Stinson. fees IS 00
j. c. Stinson, fees 11 55
Jake Stinson. fee1; 2S HO
Ordered by the board that the county clerk
issue a court warrant in favor of M W Binch
for ten dollars nost deposit, in case of County
vs Lumley in supreme court.
B. L Mii.es. Chairman
Ordered by the board that the county clerk
is-iuc a warrant on the salary fuud for A. E,
Stainaker for $05 (*■ salary a# county sut vejor
the quarter ending Dec 31st. 1MH.
h l Mii.ks, Chairman.
Ordered by the board that the county clerk
, m, issue a salary warrant for $3*i- 50 in favor of
4 00 M W Binch. county attorney. sai<ir^ for the
10 001 quarter endiug Dec 31st. IMO".
H L Miles.. Chairman.
Ordered by the board that the county clerk
cancel all the tax on Lot number 8 Block
number 2 North Kingfisher, prior to the year
1W/*. The same being government property
prior to said year.
H.L Miles. Chairman.
Quarterly report of the County Treasurer. J.
S. Patrick, showing the amount on hand
October 1st. 1J os. the collections since made,
warrants redeemed. Treasurer's receipts und
amount remaining on hand at the close of the
. as follows:
salary and mileage
, . mud and bridge
1-: 7t) l:
quarter ending December Slst, 1
Cash balance Sept. 80th
Receipts for the quarter
Disbursements for the quarter
Cash Balance Dec. 81. 1908
The cash balance of 19202,25 is accounted
for as follows:
4 (ni I In the Peoples National Bank 70M 26
145 Ho 1 B' the First National Bank 0209 48
In the First National Bank Cashion 3H5.r> I6
1(4 .p- 1" the National Bank of Commerce 3311 5O
80 50 quarterly fee rep rt of the County
50 00 Treasurer showing fees collected for the
10M 00 quarter ending I ec. 31st, l> os. amounting to
18 30' t <> 75 examined and approved, and a salary
1.10 45 Warrant ordered issued to .1 S Patrick for
14 30' $003 25 salary as county treasurer for the
j quarter ending Dec. 31 st. 190s.
B L. Milea. Chairman.
Record of this day read and approved.
11 l Mii.ks, Chairman.
B Wood worth, county clerk.
! 9(i i
15 00 15 00 | PbiHlf
A Iuhs Y<• win und u nume ti- make I 7.1W'.
In the world tliut "luucshi at mot*— | ——
a v "i" ' 1 IturtiitiP huh SHOESTRINGS VS HLARTBTRING6
Or pit use with a vam uialM*d p«n? I
A luss to witi and n naito ti> make
And the pi' at world'f sneers to bear, |
But who shall care for the taunts tliut (
Or hall on the thorny MtAiir'.'
For tlih is lit* ami the man Who witie
Ik on I v the one w ho trlHH-
fiuecHHs is built on tin throiu or work
Thai mokes Tor the winning prue
That open* th« wa*- to n woman's la*art
And love In a woman's eyes'
"] Btepped on mv BliiM-'HtringH."
hIh expluined. UK nlie riplileil lierneif. |
"'J'liut'f li'tter," he enmnieuted. |
"tlmn nte]ipiiip on your heurt-
' Jt in other peojiliHiiid nhe,
"who steji on vour hcurtat rings."
H. L Miles, school work
fl L. Miles, superlntendinp poor
j a . Llndsey.
Deuuis Downing. "
Now comes (', B Sberwotid. C. D. Mauk. I
and A. K. Stlt School Board of school district
number 51. und show to the board ot uouimis-
siotiers thai the levy t f 15 mills for school put
poses was voted at the lu.ft regular Htrbool (
electioh held in said district, and that the pre i
(tendings of said election were Irregular and
therefore, said levy is void, in so far us it ex
cunds 5 mills
The board after hearing the evidence and
being fully advised orders the clerk and j
treasurer to correct the lax roils so that the i
same will show a levy of 5 mills for school
district purposes for said district.
B. L. Mllkk. Chairman.
Ordered by the board that the county treas-
urer refund to the puyer all school tux receiv-
ed in school district number 51 on the I90h levy
in excess of 5 mills for school district purposes
H L Mi aEh. Chairman
Ordered bv the hoard that the tlouiity
Treasurer refund to A. M. Sprague tf.YlH
erroneously collected on 1HUH tuxes.
H I. Miiiics Chulrman
Ordered by the board that the Couuty Clerk
reduce reul esiuke listed by huuks in uccurd-
11 wi kibwi irtb. County Clerk.
Res. Phone 157
Hennessey Steam Laundry,
BRI CK. & LYON, PROPS.
Wash days Monday and Thursday , each aeek
Work Lulled tor an d Deli tt-red
Guarantees Ciood Work
North Side .4ve Near Depot
W C. STEVENS. W L MOORE.
Stevens X- .Moore,
. .. Attorneys-at-Law
Notary in Office.
i the Dt Merad th building
1 ,M «•'trw IH
A P. HER5 CHER
All Kinds of Plow and
North ol HUblsh Barn, Hennessey, Otl .
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Miller, C. H. The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 14, 1909, newspaper, January 14, 1909; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105639/m1/8/: accessed October 16, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.