The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 23, 1916 Page: 4 of 12
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THX MWnillT ourm, HEMSSHHIV, OKLA., tHPMBAV, MOV II, lilt
Seed Red Oats
You get the advantage of present low
quotations by buying now
Star Mill & Eve. Co.
T. I. Houghton. Hilary .janitor,
Order No. -->• The County Treas-
urer i* hereby ordered to divide the
rax N. W.1-1, -H I 7-9. according to
iudgoieut of District Court.
The foUowiug claims audited ami
Widows and Orphans' Fund
Mary Kllen Jones. widow's pension,
Nancy L. Ka*p, widows' pension,
v.. -_47 i Report of the Condition of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
it Heunesiey, in tlif State of Oklahoma. at tlie clows of business. Nov. IV. 1!>I6
|/)iin and discount* (except those sliiwu on l> and e) ...
Ovcj-drafOi.sn-urwl.5i ; unsecured 41,21-1 b7
li. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (pin value)
Total 0. S. bonds
Srimltirs. other than U. S. Bonds (not including stocks),
'total bonds. securities, etc
S I k of Fedeoil Reserve I lank (50 |n-r cent of subscription)
Value of iMiukind hotise (if unencumbered)
Ktpjity in banking house
l-'u culture and llxtures
If il Estate owned other than banking house .....
N-( amount due from approved reserve agents in New York.
Chicago and St. Louis .
NVt amount due from approved reserve atfents in other re-
Otlirr chejks on banks in the same city or town as reportufti
Outside checks ami other cash items
Fracti Mini currency, nickels and cents, ....
l.awfut reserve In vault ami with Federal Kr.serve ltanh
Redemption fund with U. S Treasurer and due from 1J. S.
Caplul suxk paid in
Undivided profits, .-i.. •
Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid
Circulating notes outstanding
Individual deposits subject to check ....
Total demand deposits. Items 33, 31. 35. 30, 37, 3o,
39 and 10
Time Deposits (payable after 30 days, or subject to 30
days or more notice):
Certificates of deposits
Total of time deposits. Items 41. 12 and 43
jI (attic Uugbe* we to among ; Inez L. .alar*
ilio.se who attended the musicale
al the J. I). Harris lionie, Mon-
Tlie niiu ou Tuesday was fine
for the wheat.
.Mrs. Birdeii called on Mrs.
Green. Monday afternoon.
Mrs. .J. li Van Deren and Dr.
Wagner were visitors at the
Charles Harris home Tuesday
forenoon, to see an afflicted boy ' 10.00.
of -lohn Hear's, who is visiting Ml<
at the Harris liotfie.
The trappei-s are busy stretch
jng their pelts these days.
Floyd Pinner and Robert Lane
shij pe« I their furs Saturday.
Miss Ktliel Wheeler and Orve
Harnhill stole a march on their
friends and neighbors and were
quietly married. They have re-
turned in his mother's, where
they will make their home.
We suppose it will not be long
before Mr. Lane will be hol-
lering "hello!" They have pur-
chased a share in the hello line.
Those who went out hunting
| Sunday were fat ones and lean
3.907.76 ones, big ones and little ones.
900.00 They returned lank and wean
8 000 00 os a result ot their long walk.
2,000,00; Mr. Possum sure has had to
4.000.00 i mind bis eye for some days past
—yes, and the nights, also.
.Mr. Tom* Hall plans to start
hauling the tonkin's for his new
FOR NOVEMBER. 1916
Board ot' County Commissioners
im't iu regular .session this 0th day of
S2S} '1^'' 47 November, li'Vii; present, S. f>at-
jtgie. Joiner, widows' pension,
Marv L. • Kreeland. widow's pen
H.-ittie Finns, widow's pension.
Eliza English; widow's pension.
Ktliel I'rifkett, widow's pension,
>1. 1,. Goodpasture, widow's pen-
Xf. .1. Meredith, widow's pen9iou,
Xfaiv .1. Thompson, widow's pen-
Hose Gabey, widow 's pension, $7.00 |
Ethel Hardesty, widow1
I.aura Hewlett, widow's
Barbara Walta, widow's
State Construction Fund
C. E. Sot-liler, cement, $09.70.
Carl Mullins, repairs for road drag
J. A. Theiner, sand for culverts,
iJeinhart k Donovan, reinforee-
ment rods, $120.34.
To be Given by Mrs. C. O. Gose's Clas< of the Christian Sunday
School at the Christian Church, Sunday Morning,
November 2ti, at 11:00 o'clock
Chorus—"The Everlasting Father",
Choi us—"0 My Soul, Bless Thou Jehovah"
Reading Mrs. R. L. Watson
Male Quartet Messrs Mitchell, Roylance. Irvine, Dunlap
"Christian Education" ----- Mr. Hunter
Trio From Mendelssohn's Elijah
"The Sunday School —a Man's Job" - - - L. A. Ferrel
Solo Obligato and Quartet
Short Talk by Pastor
A general invitation is extended to every one to attend.
Dr. C. O. C.ose
| 8W 14, section 5-18.8. Erroneous as
sessmcnt. Government land.
I'pon petition, A. P. llerscher is
hereby appointed justice of peace in
and for Hennessey Justice District.
Board adjourned until Wednesday,
November 8th, 1910, at 1:30 p. in.
Board met pursuant to adjournment
c. C. Fleming, « tanks of water, | T' 3
^Thn Mc-Leod, labor, state road eul- ! The following claims audited and 2 o'clock p. of sanl day, that be
pearing to the Court, from such peti-
tion, that it is necessary to sell the
whole, or soiih* portion of such real
estate, for the purposes and rensons
mentioned in.said petition; therefore,
said petition will be filed herein anil a
tine appointed for hearing the same.
And it is Hereby Ordered, By the
O. K. . I ones, agent, freight on c
K. .1. Wells, la)>or, state road
State Of Oklahoma, County of Kingfisher, ss:
I 1L H Rlicides. cashier of the above-named bank, do soleuuiiy swear t&at tne
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. RH0D£S Coshler
Subscribed and sworn to before nie this Correct Attest.
22ud day of Nov. 1916. .„mv suith \
skks. Flovu. £. Felt, Notary Public. ^9HN ' n- .
My commission expires Jan. 29. 1917 W. A. RHODf.S Directors.
r. A. uirHiVLr.K i
Location for Test Well Has Been
Mawie Eight Miles North
An oil well will be drill
the Kudo Spencer iarin,
iuil«s north of Marshall.
ration has been made and it
thought that the well will
spudded i" before the first
There lias been no oil ai
| A large crowd attended the j
township Sunday school eon- ^
volition at Fnion' Chapel Sunday. I
The program anil the dinner j
were much enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Kious were visi-
ed oe tors in Ktlid Saturday.
|)r. and Mrs <i. F. Bailey. oi\
I'lie lo Marshall: James Hrogau, Miss!
is lluby and Clara llrogun. (.'lar- j
be etvee Rush and Krnest Fields i
of spent Sunday evening al tlie
Mr. and Mrs. I>. il. Gray re-
withiu tin- past lew weeks, btii a turned home Ti
big advance in crude oil is due
at ome. and this will probably
have a stimulating inflni-nce
here. Marshall Tribune.
According to the "dope, one
or more test holes will be started
at n<> distant date across .the
river, in the Kiel neighborhood.
Two outfits have been arranged
for. accord in if to report, ami. n
least one (d' the holes will be
started with a big bit. This
would mean a deep test.
The well at Crescent is report
(■i.l over 1300 feet down anil drill-
ing in bard rook formation.
Time is Here
Remember the FREE Turkeys at Walburn's
SPECIAL NOTICE—All those who have •Turkey Tickets" must have
them turned in not later than 5:00 o'clock Wednesday eventing Nov.
29th. Two turkeys will be giveu av?ay -u 15 pound turkey to the
person turning in the highest number of "Turkey Tickets" and a
10 lb. turkey to the person turning in the next highest number of
tickets. This means the highest number of tickets in value.)
A Full Line of Thanksgiving Supplies
We will have a full Hue of vegetables and fruits for Thanksgiving
Mammoth Celery. Fancy Cape Codd Cranberries, Lettuce, large, ripe
Florida Tomatoes Oranges, Apples, Nuts ol all kinds. All kinds of
Fish—Boneless Herring, White Fish, choice red Smoked Salmon and
Cod Fish and many other kiuds
Friday and Saturday Specials
•I pounds fancy Rice (not a cracked Rice) for
Fancy Peaberry Coffee, Der pound
Good Steel Cut Coffee, Rio, for only per pound
in« a day of tlie regular October term.
Road and Bridge Fund l Ki, of'this Court, be and the same
.1. S. l'utrick, road and bridge work, is appointed as the time when all per
$11.00. .sons interested in said estate are di-
Ed. Hockaday Co., nails for reeted and required to appear before
brides, $2.50. this Court to show cause why an or
Kingfisher .Mill k Flevator Co., lum der should not be granted to said pc
her for count v bridges, $394.37. j titioncr to sell so much of the real es
A. II. 8chowaiter Co., lumber for state of said decedent as is necessary
hauliiiK lumber for
j repairs, $20.,o.
1 J. W. Naberhaus, labor and iuator
ial for bridges, $5.85.
! ('. M. Wilson, road and bridge
; work, $9.00.
A. li. Conlev, R. and
Austin Harmon, board
1 el ew, $2.00.
A copy of this order shall be posted
in three public places in the County
of Kingfisher, one of which shall be
at the Court House where the hearing
is to be held, and a copy personally
served on or mailed to all persons in
iteresteil in the estate, any general
B. supplies, guardian of a minor so interested, and
any legatee or divisee or heir of the
for bridge deceased; provided they are residents
| of the county, at least ten days h
Our Prices on Poultry
ler a visit in Kansas.
brought a fine rain.
Hr. I lailey and family, of Mar-
shall, and Tom Protsiuan and
family, of Fnion Chapel neigh-
borhood. enjoyed the fine slipper
provided by the Rebekah ladies
for the members of the llison
I O I). F. lodge and their fami-
lies Monday night. Everything
tasted good and it was much en-
joyed by all.
— 1 Clipper)
UP AND DOWN AND AROUND
Mrs. J. 11. Van Deren and
Turkeys, No. 1 young Torus, 10 pounds and over, cash
Turkeys, No. 1 hens. 7 pounds and over, cash
Turkeys, old Toms; cash 18e Trade
Hens and early pullets, cash, 12c Trade
Broilers, 2 lbs or under, cash lGc Trade
Springs, over 2 lbs., cash 14o . Trade
Old Roosters, cash . 8c - Trade
Eggs, cash 34c 1 rude
Mutter, 27 and 30c trade
Walburn's Cash Store
\v. K. liershberger, labor on brid- I for). the time set for the hearing,
i .re $12.2.". ' i Copies of this order shall be mailed to
11. C. Foster, labor ou bridge, $4.00. ^ 11 persons who are not residents ot
Alfred Lippoldt, repairing county 1 the county, with postage thereon pre
i bridge, $4.00 claimed; allowed, $3.50. jmifl. If the post oflftee address ot
K. Klder, repairs for county, self , aIlv such person is unknow n, a copy
; and crew, $50.50. I of tiiis order to show cause shall be
Clarence Browning, labor on bridge published two successive weeks in some
plans, $18.00. ! newspaper published in said
C. E, Sockler, cement,, $" 6.00.
I Del. Ingram, publishing proceedings,
(claimed, $14.00; allowed $12.60.
Kd. Ingram, printing election ballots,
i Co-Operative Pub. t'o., election sup-
! lilies, $Sti,10.
George Buckncr. election expense
I $ 1.00.
| W. B. Blair,
Walter .lohnson, repairs
for court house. $2.25. #
' Sarah Liston, stamps and
Win. O. Newer, stamps and freight
! and draynge, $14.25.
Adai Kindred, gas for jail, $2.40.
C. L. Wagner, paint for jail, $22.00.
(ieorge F. Long, sheriff's expense,
' George !■'. f.ong, boarding prisoners,
W. M. Rutherford, expense trans-
• porting K. Lively, $7.50.
Kd. Uobertson. deputy sheriff's ex -
| pense, $0.15.
George 11. Laing, stamps, $5.80.
• Kingfisher Tel. Co., services for
j October, 191(1, $37.45.
> Burrough's Adding Much. Co., con
I tract ou machines, $10.00.
Sarah I.iston, examination fee,
Ploy r>unn, examination fee, $15.00.
Order No. 230. The County treasur
er is hereby ordered to assess lots 11
, and 12, block 40, Hennessey City,
uid the first publication shall be nn*
less than fifteen days prior to the
date of healing.
Dated this 17th day of November,
1910. It. P, SHUTLRR.
I entered your college with no
conception whatever of short-
hand or typewriting, and after
three ami one-half months study
I was doing actual and efficient
court reporting and transcribed
one of tbe largest oases on record
in the 51st judicial district; was
given the position I have, and
can now write from 175 to 180
words per minute.
1 have compared it with other
systems, and have never had a
writer of any other system fail
to acknowledge the Myme super-
ior to his. It is my pleasure to
recommend it to any one desir-
ing a course in shorthand
T. .1. CUNNINGHAM,
| Official Court Reporter, 51st -In
i dicial District of Texas.
| There is not a school in the
SCOTT & CO.
The Leader Grocery will move to the
Charley Brewer old stand on South Main
street, on December 1st. where we will he
better prepared than ever to serve oun
many customers. As we will move the
first of next week we will make you the
closest prices on anything in the house,
and pay you the highest prices for pro-
duce. We have a nice lot of tine Idaho
potatoes. We make special prices in
quantities. Fresh candies and fresh
apples a specialty.
We pay for eggs, in
Trade .... 35c
Cash ... 33c
Butter, trade, any kind - 25c
Butter print, trade extra good 30c
Make our store your headquarters while
you are in town.
The Leader Grocery
SCOTT & CO.
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ri« k. eliuiriiuin; < . T. Wadftworth,
M. WiNou an-1 Will. (}. Newer, (''ountv
Tlio followinw claim* :iu«lite«l ul
Sin alt Liston,, tmlary county Hu| er-
intendcnt, *1 Hi.tW.
freooro K. Loii^r,
Ciooiji«* K. ('allison,
K. A. Krakos, Hnlary, deputy oounty
.1. S. Patrirk. salary,
<\ R. Sti'i'lo, salary,
<.!. T. WadMWorth, salary and n il«-
uijc. •« unt\ coniinisnionor, *«.<•>. ,
W. >1. Uutherford, snlarv, under- w n|. (•■ Newer, tniKht,11
sheriff *75 00 ■ a*e ou r01"' !,ul't,llt'H!
larv and mileage, Kd. Oaudln, engineer s expcnsi
XL O. Scott, labor state
Wm. Korean, labor state rhad
V. II. DeOroat, drayage l'or stnt^
A. Duke, unloading rock, *5.00.
C. If. Steele, surveying state roads,
('. L. Wagner, supplies for state
('has. Osenbaugh, surveying >tat-
Kd. llockadav i Co., supplies for
countv engineer, .$6.30.
Ada KiU'kr d, gas f r county eugi.
neer's car, *24.47.
Leo Mi Lend, surveyiug state roads,
year 1915, to A. W. Westlake, a
vnluation of *350.00 and assess lot j l-nited States iisnif;
10, block 10 on a valuation of *-i2.oo. j system of shorthand Jliat requires
; The following claims audited nnu j i|S students to write 150 words
1 allowed: 1 of unfamiliar matter to the tnin
Contingent Fund , „ „ ,. . ,
N'im Neeley, labor ou furnace, *1.00 t ^ tor hve conseoutive tninilti S
W. C. Brown, stamps, *s.oo. j before graduation.
V. P. liund, coyote bounty, *3.00. This speed can only be obtain-
.1. R Chamberlain, stamps and ex. i b writers 0f the old systems
I j ros , $5.50. j ... ' . .. ..
.1. K. Walton, supplied for jail,$1.45 11*i*^ years ol practice.
: Logau, Hnow, Morton Co., supplies
and repairs engin«H r's office, $5.05.
W. R. Ulair, salary*, county attor*
U«y, $15H .'1A.
K. Moore, deputy county treas-
W. 11. Meade, salary, county asses-
Carrie Kellev. salary, deputy coun-
ty clerk. $60.00.
Win. («. \«'wcr, Hjilarv, county clerk,
W. Brown, salary county treas.
Marie Vohs, salary, deputy county
•lohn Cliamberlln, salary, secretary
county election board, $6.25.
W. S. Hurt, scrvice, ciiurt crier,
(ieorjtc II. l.ain^, salary, court
clerk, $141.0 i.
R. P Hfintler. salary county judye,
Theron K. Hobbs, coyote bounty $1
\V. A. Kordis, coyote bounty $1.0(7.
Stctler Auto Co., delivering ballots,
R S. I'icrson, repairing court house
; $ 1 .50.
Kd Ingrain, publishing delinquent
I tax list, claimed $220.N5. Allowed,
County Road Maintenance
I Win. Korgan, dragging roads, $6 0 .
Irving Johnson, dragging state
| roads, $37.10.
j W. Wise, dragging state roads,
Harrv Henry, dragging state roai\s,
I claimed. $.'17.60; allowed, .^,10.25.
Win. Kant/, dragging state roads,
It is ill)
wonder tliat such students hear
with discredit the records made
by oui' students. It is stranger,
still, that this speed is attained
will only three month's study
Write for illustrated catalog
today and learn this wonder
' CAPITAL CITY IUJSINESS
Oklahoma City and Outline, Ok.
John Bracken, blacksmith work for
state roads, $11.75.
Stetler Auto Co., expense, county |
engineer. $15.05. | (Continued next week)
Jake Wendell, sand, state road cul I (Clipper) —
verts, $3.50. 1st printed in Clipper Nov. 23, '16 t2
-losiali (louden, supplies, . ouuty en- I Qrder for Hearing Petition to Sell
L. w • . , , . 1 Real Estate
IT. K. Fulton, repair work for state
II. K. Fulton, repair work for state
Goodwill Oil Co., supplies for coun-
ty engineer, $0.S1.
The county treasurer is hereby or-
dered to cancel tax sale certificate No.
10, sale 1914, and refund to purchaser
amount of sale, plus interest. Krrone-
Order No. 229, The county trca.«
State of Oklahoma, Kingfisher Countv j
ss. In the County Court.
'•'.state of Frank Kobinson, deceased.
The petition of Crit Alexander, as
.the executor of the last will and ten
lamont of Frank Kobinson, deceased,
having been presented to this Court
graving that nn order be made.author
i/.ing said petitioner to sell the whol ■
or «•« much, and such parts of real
estate described in said petition
urcr is hereby ordered to cancel the | the Court shall judge necessary and
1915 tax on 8 1*2 NW 1-4 and X 12 J beneficial, at private sale; and it ap-
Brinfi yours to old Oliver Building
West Oklahoma Avenue
We arc prepared to handle
all the cream in the coun-
try. We also want your
poultry and eggs and pay
highest market price at all
times. Remember 1 his he-
fore you sell.
T. E. Howard
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