The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 11, 1915 Page: 4 of 12
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Board of County Commisaiouers.
mot this 1st day of November, 1915,
in regular session; present, J. S. Pat-
rick, chairman; C. M. Wilson, O. T.
Wadsworth and Wm. G. Newer, Coun
The following officer's reports ap
Sarah Liston, county superintend-
Wm. C. Newer, county clerk, report
George 11. Laing, court clerk.
Win. C. Newer, county clerk.
George H. Laingt juror's report.
S. F. Robinson, quarterly report.
George F. Long, sheriff.
The follow mi. claims audited and
QO rjNGENT FI ND
Shirlev I >\« r. procuring evidence,
Logan Snow, Morton Co,, mdse to
R. C. Shiflett, salary farm demon
George F Long, boarding prisoners,
> I04.r 0.
Kingfi.sher Telephone Co.% services
for October. $,'i5.49.
County Clerk, stamps, express and
fries:, Weiland, taking evidence in
Wirtli case, $5.00.
Sarah Liston, visiting schools, $31.00
George K. Moore, services examin-
ing board, $15.00.
Karl Voung, guarding Tro place,
George F Long. K. R. fare and au-
L. M. Voung. searching for Wirth,
Sandetui \ Marlev. supplies for
Theo. Ladwig. carpenter work at
.1. H. Waiden. lnbor at jail, $4.00.
Op'o- art is. special deputy, $2.00.
John White, eoyote bounty, $l.oo.
Ll< v ; McGinns. coyote bounty,
t , H. Hrown( auto livery, $2.(54.
.1. T. McGinn, special deputy sher-
W. H. Nichols, guarding Tro place.
R. M. Holm
Hennessey Clipper, publishing pro
codings two months, $19.60.
S. A. Martin, salary, jury commis
A. M Fran 2 loads of sand for
V. K. Lawrence, coyote bounty,!
A. Ki « kson, digging grave for pau-
Logan 8now, Morton Co., mdse for,
F. B. Degroat. dravage, car of coal.
Kingfisher Mill A Kiev., lumber for'
A. B. Hugos, mileage attending
Lniil Schmidt, special deputy sher- i
Wm. M Hawkins, salary, jury com-
.7. D. McIntosh, hauling cement to
C. M. Blodgett, ass'nin of claim, re
pair work jail, $5.0$.
L. Wolf, towels for court house, .SO.
.1 K. Walton, drugs for jail, $12.25.
(Jeorge F. Long, trans. Ned Lee to
Sarah Liston, stamps express and
Jack Leddy. 00 per cent criminal
R. L. Waldon, repairing jail $10.00. |
S. F. Robinson, stamps and en
ROAT) AND BRIDGE FCND
Greatest Clothing Opportunity of the Season
Royal Clothing Week!
Beginning Saturday, Nov. 13, Including Saturday, Nov. 20
We will present to you the ROYAL TAILORS line of superb worst-
eds and cassimeres suitable for Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats.
This the greatest line of Custom Tailoring America has evar pro-
duced. We are able to present you with the following very special
reduutions for the above period:
$20.00 Suits for $17.00
$22.00 Suits for $18.50
$25.00 Suits for $21.50
$30.00 Suits for $25.00
At these remarkably low figures no suit will be charged. A strictly
We are able to guarantee prompt deliveries on any Suit or Over-
coat, all labor difficulties having been adjusted.
Call early and measure up. Remember this is really a rare op-
portunity to get properly clothed within the zone of ready-made
Every garment shall fit the customer. Every inch of cloth go-
ing into a ROYAL SUIT shall be all wool or you need not accept it.
Remember, Big Sale Goes on Saturday, Nov. 13
PHE ROYAL 1aIt
CM i caoo ^ yoi
C. L. Wagner, Ford Car for coun-
ty engineer, $480.00.
E. Elder, repairing bridges, $14.00.
•\ S. 1'atrick, R k B. work. $12.00.
Long Betl Lumber Co., bridge ma-
F. B DeCroat., trip to McCone
L :il Bell I nv.ber Co., lumber for
county >ridges, $24.20.
L-i h 'ijthwick. hauling lumber for
bridges. $( .00.
John A. Hofman, lumber and re-
pair work. $14.35.
Levi Wilson, Repairing bridges,
K. ti. Kretchmar, repairing bridges,
K ! Wells, repairing bridge, $0.50.
C. T. Wadsworth. R. & B. work.
C. M. Wilson, H. .V B. work, $6.00.
81 PPLY FUND.
\. H. Schowalter Lumber Co..lum
bet* foi repairing court house, $8,40*
W. I Blair, stamps and expense,
!« iil lie City, water and light
tot' Heptember, #10.92.
Harlow Weekly, weekly for one
' O R. Steele, eloetneal supplu
Midland Chemical Co., supplies,
. l.ott Hros.. pencils, *•>
I .1. A. Hest, <onl for county, $13..01.
| a. k. Bracken, supplies for court
j house. #1.50.
! Co Oper.itiv e Pub. Co.. supplies tor
court clerk, #2."..10.
! Oecrge H. Lain-r, revenue and post
I ape. #10.00.
; Kin?6-<hcr Free I'ress, pub. pro
feedings, notices, tax list. I etc.,
M. Williams, repairs court house.
j City Hook Htore_ supplies tor coun
II v. 50c.
I ' Ed. I nurani, supplies for county,
Citv Book Htore, supplies tor coun
j tv, #1.00.
C. I>. Mauk
riminal fees and ex $116.96.
Wm. f . Newer, salary county clerk,
Carrie Kelley, salary deputy coun-
Oeorge F. l.onff serving papers and
ticking or *20.00
■ V W. Lankard, trans. Worth fami-! tv clerk, ipl.OO.
Iv *16 05 I W. C. Brown, salary deputy count}
" TOOK AM) INSANE i treasurer. *75.00.
i it .1. K. t hamberlain,
i C . O. Ciose, medical aid to ' 'hoard, $6 25.
! $21.25. J, A. Overstroet, salary', $15.00.
, Mrs. I>ell Long, care < ■ i i , |nra Cullisou, salary deputy conn
! < hildreu, $30.-.>. k treasurer, $20.00.
W. L. Hamer, burial Tom a< son, - ^ j, Hteele, salarv countv survev-
' Logan, Snow .Morton
j for Greenwood, 52c 'countv supt.. $12.00
Leader (.roee*y ( o.. groceries to (ico' y Cnllison, salary jailor,
poor and Greenwood, $..0.1 h. j
Olcott * Co.. groceries to poor. • (Jpu F LouJ,( Kalarv „herifft $15«.3.1.
! $9.60. W. M. Rutherford salary nndersher
Logan, Snow. Morton < o., clothing
[for feeble minded, #3.-,.S2. \v hlair. salary, countv «ttor
i Mary H. Porter, care nt Rosa V\ il n(>v> ^ 15s 33
! burn, *4.00. (V)!'RT FUND.
Theo. l.adwiB. cnrpentei *or , [J shutlcr, salarv, county .judge,
1 Greenwood, $16.50. | $158 33
I>7.ur. salarv Greenwood ''
fOc for This
To Start the Purchase on our
Easy Payment Sales Plan
We will sell a Lady or Gentlemen's perfect
rut Diamond Ring on this payment plan:
You pay 10c down and 10c additional
t'ach week for twenty-two weeks then
the diamond is yours.
We will sell any diamond you wish on the
ame terms. Start payment on either end
< f the line of figures and make one payment
each week until the diamond is paid for.
START YOUR XMAS PRESENT NOW.
Jewelers and Optometrists
Mary Gliering, care of Fanny Liv
I L. Wolf, clothing feeble minded.
i L. Wolf, merchandise to Greenwood
I J. A.. Overstreet. medical aid to
I'lrieh Kuntz, 10 bushels seed
Long-Bell Lumber Co., cement for
R. I'appe, Jr., groceries to .loc
j A. E. Bracken, casket for pauper,
J. A. Best, coal to poor, $500.
I'lrieh Kunt/. 15 bushels of pota
I toes, $12.75,
I II. Bother, labor at Greenwood,
Nim Neelev groceries to poor,
' Cashion 6i DavhufT, groceries to
S. F. Robinson, salary county treas
W. H. Meade, salarv, assessor,
J. K. Patrick, salary, county com
C. M. Wilson, salarv, county com
missioner, un^l mileage, $43.66.
G. T. Wadsworth, salarv, countv
Sam Forte, salary, janitor, $50.00.
I Inez L. Fisk, salary, deputy court
I clerk, $75.00.
George II. Laing, salarv, court
i clerk, $111.06.
II. II. Browner, services, jurv bail-
I in. $4.00.
! Board adjourned until 1 p. n ., Tues-
.iay, Nov. 2, 1915.
i hoard met pursuant to adjournment
with nil members present and ad-
i nird until Wednesday, November
I ISM3, at 0 a. m.
' ' onrd met pursuant to adjournment
■ ti' :.11 members present except G. T.
\\ dswortli this Wednesday, Nov. 3,
at 0 a. in.
M e lollowing claims audited and
STATK CONSTRUCTION FUND
C. R. Steel, surveying state roads,
Paul Chamberlain, labor, state roads,
Hick Rice, labor, state roads, $14.00.
Charles Osenbaught labor, state
corNTV MAJNTKNANCK FUND.
(•. W. Pray, draggin roads, $4.00.
SKPAKATE SCHOOL^ FUND
Ed. llockaday & C'o., stoves for sep-
arate school, $132.00,
Kingfisher Tel. Co., service for the
I>onglas school, $1.50.
W. P. Officer, labor and material
for Separate school, $6.49.
. . . . j.,0 01 i A. Best, coal for Douglas school
commissioner and mileage, $4.1.31. *60 h"
clerk *475 0Cl",M' d"pU,-V eouBt-v " A- R "raoken. ,up, lioH for Dougla.
Harah "liirtoh, Riiiarv, ,ou„«y 8up«.. ^ nlll t , t,ft
. . ,, i S. K. House, work at District No.
Adams Engineering < o., supplies , )M)
for engineer, $21.80. '
Zion Office Supplv <'o., supplies,
: *(leorge F. Long, expense with case
M. D. .loues. hauling coal for Dis-
trict No. 77, $2.00.
M. D. .lones, hauling coal for Dis-
trict No. 77, $2.00.
K. Wilson grading yard at District
No. 49. 1200
i Arthur Ridglcy, wood for District
No. 51, $14.00.
Kingfisher City, water for Douglas
i school. .50. *
D. R. Brewer? labor at. Ditrict No.
j 16, $4.75.
Pemberton & Moore, insurance Dis-
trict Nos. 77 and 49, $85.25.
| Emma Conwell, transporting one
I child. $5.00.
! M. C. Higgins, coal for District No.
j 62, $9.90.
Claude Mauis, stove repairs, $3.00.
i F. F. Bailey, money advanced for
! cutting weeds. $1.30.
1 City Book Store, supplies for Separ
late school, $1.95.
j .). I). Love, labor and incidentals,
! District No. 49 $4.15.
. WIDOWS AND ORPHANS FUND
1 Alta Shat/.er, widow's pension for
Hattie Frans, widow's pension for
Nancy Rasp, widow's pension for
Mary L. Freeland. widow's pension
for October, $15.00.
M. L. Goodpasture, widow's pension
for October, $10.00.
Barbara Walta, widow's pension for
Ethel Hardesty, widow "s pension
for October, $10.00.
Annie Wells, widow's pension for
LiIIie M. Stewart, widow's pension
for October, $7.00.
Notice is hereby given that, on
Monday, the 15th day of November,
1915 at two o'clock p. m. . at the
north stops of the Court House, in
Kingfisher, Oklahoma, one Colt's au-
tomatic pistol will be sold for cash
to the highest bidder, having been
confiscated by the sheriff and ordered
sold by the Board of County Commis-
sioners of Kingfisher County, Okla-
The following bids on the painting
of all buildings at the county farm,
known as Greenwood Home, opened
on this date according to advertise
meut, and found as follows:
j Cvrus Miller $75.00
' Ed. Wells ... 75.00
jllarve Cleaver 67.150
j Henry Russel 70.00
L. M. Grimes 72.00
[F. H. Brewer 45.00
J Tim McLeod 46.50
The contract is therefore awarded
[to F. H. Brewer he being the lowest
and best bidder; he to furnish bond
Lin the sum of twenty dollaYs. condi
itionod that he will finish the contract
without delay and in a workmanlike
I manner, to be accepted by the Board
' of County Comnnssioners. and will, in
all respects comply with the specifica-
tions under which these bi«ls were re
I The following bridge bonds wer*
Canton Bridge Co., for bridges No.
29 and bridge No. 43.
Boardnian A. Co., for bridge No. 35.
Monthly report of County Trcasur
j ej\ 'S. F. Robinson, approved.
Appointment of O. F. Hurt 'special
deputy, sheriff, approved.
I The following viewers are hereby
i appointed to view the road commenc-
ing at the west end of Oklahoma av-
enue. in section 24, township nineteen
| (19) range seven (7), Hennessey City,
'John Osborn. .T. F. Wilson and Rhodes
Minutes of this meeting read and
approved, and Board adjourned until
Wednesday, Nov. 10th, 1915, at nine
I o'clock, a. in. .j
.1. S. PATRICK,
• Chairman Board of County Commis
; sioners of Kingfisher County, Ok la
Attest: WM. (!. NEWER,
ROCK ISLAND TIME TABLE
(Corrected Nov. 1, 1915)
No. 12 5:17 a.m.
No. :16 !) :15 a.m.
No 24 4:48 pan.
No. :)2 9:14 p.m.
Xo. 82 'Local Freight) 10:50 a.m.
No. :!I 5:55 a.m
No. 2ii 10:50 a.m.
No. 7 :37 p.m.
No 11 9:55 p.m.
No. SI i Local freight) 11:58 a.m.,
We want your Cream and
Poultry. We PAY THE
PRICE—Cash or Trade.
We Test your cream when
delivered here. Come in
arid try us!
Humphrey Building, North Main
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