The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1915 Page: 10 of 10
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Let Us Do Your —
P ffSfv '
We have just installed an OXY-ACTELYNE
WELDING PLANT. Bring in your broken cast-
ings, or aluminum parts, or metal castings of
any kind. We can repair them and save you
We have also installed a transformer recti-
fier for charging batteries. We are equipped
now for the work.
Repair work of any description executed
Hennessey Auto Co.
East Oklahoma Avenue
(From Dover News.)
The Dover Milling Company
h; • taken up the proposition
to furnish the city with an elec-
tric lighting system, and if the
people of Dover meet them bi)
the proposition, it is quite prob-
able that Dover will be taken oft'
the kerosene circuit before the
skinnier is ovei
Xo contract for machinery
lias been let and the Mill people
have not decided just what kind
<>l svsteia they would put in, but
the plans are to furnish the pow-
er .it the mill. The plant under
consideration is a storage plant,
and would furnish 24-hour ser
vice. That would be a decided
advantage over shorter hours of
I II rough
On Train No. 12
Leaves Hennessey at
5:26 o'clock a. m.
Take advantage of this Service
on your trip to
I or Complete
Oklahoma City, Okla.
A. J. CLYMANS
1 kt. Aht. Rock Island Lino, Hcnneney, Ok
FOX AND WOLF HOUNDS
j&}<. <£ I uf the beet I uglish strains in
CJBIwJ America. 40 years experi-
v KiU'f in breeding these fine
hounds far my own sport. Save your pitfs,
sheep mi! poultry. Send 4c in stamps
I ir , :it ,1 ii,. _ x. B. HUDSPETH,
oibley Jackson County, Mo.
vv. L. MOORI:
A r rORNKY.AT.LAW
I)R. C. E. WAGNER
Successor to l>r. Rector
lfESIDENCE ABOVU OFFICE ON
EAST OKLAHOMA AVENUE
Phone No. 21.
Real r.st- te, Farm
Duffy Blih\ Hennessey, Okla.
OH ice Ovur t >:i • rl\ \ >iocery, North Main 5'
j.l Waukomis Mondays uuU ThursUuya
service and would put Dover on
equal basis with larger towns as
far as light service is concerned.
The proposition is one that
every citizen of the town should
give his support. Klectric lights
are not merely a convenience.
They arc a necessity.
The installation of a good light
plant would be the biggest boost
Dover has had toward making it
a bigger, better and more up-to-
date little town. VVe hope to see
the ilillerent parties get together
and make the installation of the
plan a certainty.
\\ iii. Hay mcf with an unfort-
unate accident Tuesday, lie was
working with the section gang
manner a tie fell on his hand and
mashed il prety badly. We did
not learn just how badly he was
injured, but hope he will soon be
back 011 the job.
Money! Money! Money!
Yes, thousands of dollars to
loan on farms. J A. Felt
.Mr. Earl Thompson cut wheat
tor Mr. hul. Holleubeck Monday.
Mr. .loe Kottger met with sev-
eral accidents last week. While
at work on the binder chain
he cut oft one of his fingers. A
colt kicked liini on his sore fin-
ger ti few days after while driv-
ing the animal from the barn.
He was again injured while lie
was cleaning the binder, when
the horses started suddenly, al-
most breaking a leg. Joe thinks
lie lias surely had enough trouble
lor one week and that there's no
more due him.
There's some mud on the Plat
yet. Mr. Ijiebenkiiight's thresh-
ing machine got stuck in the
mud Monday p. ui„ and it stayed
all night until Tuesday, 5 a. 111.
Delbert Holleubeck, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Holleubeck, who
broke his arm a week ago Sun-
day, is getting along as well as
could be expected. The neigh-
bors were there and had the arm
set when his parents returned
Mrs. Ed. Holleubeck called 011
Mrs. Hoss Otto Tuesday after-
Miss Cecil Liberton spent
Tuesday night with her sister,
Mrs. lioss Otto, then went on to
W ieliita, where she joined her
sister, Miss Emma Liberton.
I'or Farm Loans see John
Duffy. Plenty of money
Money To Loan.
The Kingfisher Building
Loan Association has money to i
loan on improved city property'
| ill Hennessey or elsewhere on)
good, easy terms, prompt service
lv A. PL.MBERTON, Secretary!
1st published in Clipper July 8,'15 3t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the estato of Oscar
Day, late of the City of Kingfisher,
County of Kingfisher, State of Oklu
All persons haying claims against
Oscar Day, deceased, are required to
present the same with the necessary
vouchers, to the undersigned executor
at The First National Bank of lieu
nessey, Hennessey, Oklahoma, iu the
County of Kingfisher and .State of Ok
lahoma, within four months of the
date hereof, or the same will be for
Dated, July 3rd, 11115.
W. L. MOORE, Executor.
Attorney for Executor.
County Commissioners Proceedings for
Sarah Listen. salary Co. Superin-
May Meacham, salary, deputy t'o.
* J. S. Patrick, salary, Co. commis-
C. M. Wilson, salary and mileage,
Co. Commissioner, $43.70.
O. T. Wadsworth, salary and mile
Board of County Commissioners met
this 5tli day of July, 1915, in regular
session; present, J. S. Patrick, chair
an; < M. Wilson, G. T. Wadsworth
and Win. U. \ewer, County Clerk.
The following claims on the Contin
gent fund disallowed for lack of esti
Hennessey Clipper, pub. proceedings
2 months, $23.40,
Eil. Ingram, pub. notice of levy,
M. E. Smith, serving paper, $1.55.
Ed. Ingram, pub. notice of meeting
of board of equalization, $5.25.
Ed. Ingram, publishing proceedings,
Ed. Ingram, pub. proceedings, $5.80.
\V. B. Blair, expenses, .97.
flcorge F. Long, boarding prisoners,
E. A. Duggan, tin per cent criminal
George F. Long, transporting priso-
George F. Long, expense of criminal,
George F. Long, expense of criminal
use, $3.74. '
Jack Leddy, lit) per cent of criminal
In the matter of the estimate for
ounty purposes, the board, after go-
er the financial statement, ad
iouined to complete estimate, Tues-
lny, July 6th, at 9 a. m.
Board met pursuant to adjourn-
ment Tuesday, July 6th, at 9 a. m.
Pi t sent, .1. S. Patrick, Chairman; C.
M. Wilson, George T. Wadsworth and
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'age, Co. commissioner, $43,31
j R. A. Frakes, salary, deputy county
j clerk, $75.00.
j Carrie Kelley, salary, deputy coun
I ty clerk, $50.00.
Win. G. Newer, salary, county clerk, j
George F. Long, salary, sheriff,
E. A. Duggan, salary, jailor, $60.00.
W. M. Rutherford, salary, under
S. F. Robinson, salary, county treas
W. B. Blair, salary, county attorney,
K. F. 'Shutlor, salary, county .judge,
George F. Laing, salary, court clerk,
Inez L. Fisk, salary deputy court
Sam Forte, salary, janitor, $50.00.
E. 8. Kennedy, repairing court
George P. Bon leti, rubber hose for
court house, $5.00.
John A. Best, coal for jail, $6.50.
Lott Bros., two reams legal.cap,
Poor and Insane Fund
| Cashion & Dayhuff, groceries to
poor, $9.15. Disallowed.
Gus Dzur, salary Greenwood home,
Nick Smith, board and lodging sick
Dr. E. D. Bradley, medical atten-
tion of Mrs. A. I. Straugh, $7.50. Dis-
Kingfisher Telephone Co., service
for June, $1.50.
Don A. Northup, supplies for separ-
t with all members present except C. M.
Wilson, this 8th day of July, 1915.
I Quarterly report of county treasur,
; er approved.
i Report of district clerk, of witnesses
Application of Mrs. H. F. Wal-
burn for reduction of taxes on lots 5
and ti, block 55, Hennessey City, re-
The county clerk is hereby ordered
to advertise for bridges now ou tile
as per plans and specifications, to be
let at 10:00 •. in., Monday, August 10,
The county clerk is hereby ordered
to advertise for bids and as per plans
and specifications for the plumbing,
toilets and fixtures for same at the
Douglas l olored School, Kiugfisher
City, to be let August 5, at 2 p. in.
Minutes read and approved aud
J. S. PATRICK, Chairman.
Attest: WM. G. NEWER,
FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND ESTIMATE
Board of Education of the Town of Hennessey, County of Kiagftshei
tit ii ti ol Oklahoma
Financial Statement for Fiscal Year beginning July 1st, 1914, and ending
June 30th, 1915, aud Estimated needs for Current Expenses for the Fiscal
\ ear beginning July 1st, 1915, and ending June 30th, 1916, as required by
Section 7378, Chapter 72, Revised Laws of Oklahoma, 1910.
"A" CASH ACCOUNT
1 Cash on hand July 1, 1914, to credit of General
F1"1'! $ 5.82
2 Amount received from current taxes $ 4,260,85
Amount received from back taxes $ 2 132.14
Amount received from State Apportionment ... $ 968.27
Amount received from County Apportionment .. $ 26.40
Amount received from miscellaneous sources ... $ 4.42
Total Balance and Receipts
Amount Warrants redeemed (principal) $ 6,932.59
Amount Interest paid on Warrants redeemed .. $ 54,73
Balance on hand
1000 Bu. Granary $50
We will furnish the lumber
and paint for
lOOO Bu. Granary For $50
200G Bu. Granary For $90
Lumber Granaries add to the value of your
farm. When not full of wheat can be par-
titioned off and used for several kinds of
grain and feed. You should have one
Long-Bell Lumber Co.
A. L. GARI EN, Manager
Wm. (i. Newer, Clerk.
in the matter of the county esti-
mate as shown by the estimate sheet
and financial statement approved and
made for the different funds, as shown
by the estimate sheet now on file.
The following officers' reports ap-
George H. Laing, report of county
and district courts.
S. P. Robinson, report of county
Wm. (i. Newer, report of county
George P. Long, report of sheriff.
The following claims audited and
•I. K. Chamberlin, salary, sec. elec-
tion board, $<5.25.
<\ R. Steele, salary, county survey-
^ • "• Meade, salary, Co. Assessor,
W. O. Brown, salary, deputy treas
T. E. HOWARD
pays' highest price for
POUL TR y
Humphreys Building, North Main
Bring Us Your Crvnm
We pay highest market price
Road and Bridge Fund
E. Rider, labor self aud crew repair
work and Patten bridge, $326.25.
A. H. Schowalter, lumber for Elder
repairing bridges, $72.20.
Levi Wilson, repairing Dover wagon
.losiah Gooden, supplies for Elder
Kingfisher Mill & Elevator Co., sup
j Boa id man & Co., 36 ft. steel bridge
! span, $385.00.
I C. M. Wilson, overseeing bridges,
0. T. Wadsworth, road and bridge
■ work, $6.00.
•I. S. Patrick, overseeing bridges,
Order No. 175. The county treasur-
er is hereby ordered to refund to 11.
W. B. Dunlap, $3.80, overpayment in
tax on lot 5 and 6, block 3, 1914 tax,
Cosgrove addition Kingfisher City.
Resignation of E. Grissom, clerk in
and for Sherman township, accepted.
Appointment of J. ,T. Miller, as
clerk of Sherman township, approved.
Official bond of Sarah Liston as
county superintendent, approved.
Official bond cf .1. .1, Miller, clerk
for Sherman township, approved.
Board adjourned until Wednesday,-
•I uly, 7, 1915, at 9 a, m,.
Board met pursuant to adjournment
with all members present this 7th day
of July, 1915, at 9 a. in.
The matter of the county farm dem-
onstrator coming before the board for
consideration on the following mo-
Shall a levy for farm demonstra-
tion be madef" The vote is as fol
lows: Mr. Patrick, yes; Mr. Wilson,
yes; Mr. Wadsworth, no.
The matter of a levy for a coun-
ty fair being before the board for
consideraion on the following motion:
"Shall a levy be made for a county
fairf" The vote for same is as fol-
lows: Mr, Patrick, no; Mr. Wilson,
no; Mr. Wadsworth, yes.
Board adjourned until Thursday,
Jul} \ 1915, at 9 a. m.
Board met pursuant to adjournment
"B" TAX LEVY ACCOUNT.
1 Valuation current year, $1,087,640. Hate General
Fund Levy, 8 8-10 mills
2 Total Taxes levied for fiscal year ending June
30, 1915 (Compute amount on basis of valua-
tion and rate of levy shown in line 1—'"B")
3 Total amount received froi/l County Treasurer to
June 30th, 1915. (Enter here amount shown in
4 Balance in process of collection for fiscal year
ending June 30, 1915
5 Deduct the 10 per cent from total levy that was
added for Delinquent Tax
6 Available or net balance in process of collection.
'C" ESTIMATE ACCOUNT
4 Amount of Approved Estimate for current ex
penses for fiscal year ending June 30, 1914.
(Enter here amount of Estimate Approved by
County Excise Hoard for year named) $
•i Total warrants issued against above Estimate.
Enter amount from warrant stub) $
li I nexpended Balance of above Estimate on June
30, 1915, (Enter amount from warrant stub)..
'D" WARRANT ACCOUNT
1 Warrants outstanding July 1st, 1914 $ 1 195 90
3 Warrants issued i gainst Estimate for Fiscal
year ending June 30th, 1915. (Enter here amount
shown in line 5—"C") g y ^37 ■>()
-1 Total Warrants
5 Warrants paid. (Enter here amount shown in
ti Balance Warrants outstanding June 30th, 1915..
1 Cash 011 hand June 30th, 1915. (Enter here
amount shown in line 13—"A")
2 Taxes in process of collection for Fiscal Year
ending June 30th, 1915. (Enter here amount
shown in line 6—''B''
3 Total Assets
4 Warrants outstanding June 30th, 1915. (Enter
here amount shown in line 6—"D"
.1 I nexpected balance of Approved Estimate for
the Fiscal Year ending June 30th, 1915. (En
ter here amount shown iu line 6—"C") (See
6 Total Liabilities
7 I'nexpendeil Balance or Surplus—Assets over Li-
abilities to be entered in Estimate)
F" GENERAL FUND
Estimate amount needed for:
1 I* or salary ol 12 teachers, including superintend-
For Fuel and insurance
For library and School Apparatus
For Furniture and Supplies
For Contingent Expenses
For Janitor Services
Total Estimated needs
From State Apportionment, 509 Scholars
I'nexpended or surplus balance—Assets iu exccss
ot liabilities applicable against estimate as
shown in summary of Financial Statement
Enter here amount shown in line 7—"E") .. $ 1,357.93
Total amount estimated to be received from
sources other than Tax Levy
Balance to be raised by Tax Levy
Amount of Bonds outstanding $25,312.67
Amount of Judgments unpaid $ 830.86
Amount necessary to be raised to pay interest
Amount necessary to be raised to retire bonds at
Amount necessary to be raised to pay interest
and one-third of principal of Judgments
Total necessary to be raised for Sinking Fund
Ol OKLAHOMA, County of Kingfisher, ss:
We, the undersigned Members of the Board of Education of the Town
ul Hennessey, County of Kingfisher, State of Oklahoma, do hereby certify
1 hat tlie above and foregoing statement of the fiscal condition of Inde"
pendent School District No. 16, County and State aforesaid, is true and
correct and that the amounts enumerated in the statement of estimated
needs are reasonably necessary for current expenses in the proper conduct
of the affairs of said School District. ' 1
We further certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct
copy ol the statement and estimates prejfhred and made at a meeting held
on the first Monday in July, 1915, the same being the 5th day of July, 1915
FLOYD E. FELT, '
President of Board of Education.
Clerk of Board of Education.
WALTER D. CUPPS,
Treasurer of Board of Education.
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