The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1917 Page: 6 of 14
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OUTm THJ7RBDAY, NOV 15' 1917
repairs, Or eon wo id
houm of County roinmis*iouer<> of
Kingfisher County. State ' t' Oklaio
ma. mot iu regular se>sion thi- fb
dis of November, 1917, with <\ M. -
Wilson, chairman: Goo. Post it. Chan.! ,
Waters and Wm. (i Newer. -ount^ ,
clerk * I.
(Quarterly report r.ninty Teasurer
W c. Brown. \|
C.v o \V*IK
Fd. lucrum, pub. Commissioners
• lings .in i S. E. tax $160.80
' II. St. •*! •. xalnrv, .ount\ >ur\•
Quarterly report : .1
No fees eolli :.
Witness certificate s
01 District Court.
George F l.oujf, sheri
•Iuror certificates Pi
St ptcmber term
Goorjp H !. ... :1
George H La i n l'. t
j. M. n
<. 1. hr.**
Newi - ount
-lldeshcidt, la hi r <
k i. labor on hriii
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n to K in^jti-h
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T. . Bell I. :r. b.
A* B Hut
Kingfisher m a
unt > ngineer
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N. nor, stamj
A Car of Potatoes
Have Just Arrived—$1.65 a bushel
Tilt- \\ hito Pearl Idaho western slope potatoes, fine large fellows, nice and smooth. Their keeping iiualilies
can t be excelled. Notwithstanding the price of potatoes have advanced, we are going to put this car ont
at $1.65 per bushel. I hey are worth $1.40 in Chicago today, which means they would he worth $2.00
here right now. Don't fail to get in on this car.
On Saturday, Nov. 24th
we will demonstrate our celebrated AVON COFFEE and the
Western Biscuit Company will also demonstrate their crack-
ers and cookies on that day- We already have an enormous
trade on this coffee, but in order that every one may know
tlu splendid qualities of this coffee we will give
Gold Fish FREE
one fish bowl and two gold fish with each $1.00 purchase of
our AVON COFFEE FREE, with a guarantee thai the coffee
will give absolute satisfaction. If it does not^ive satisfaction
we will refund the money and you may keep the fish, We
want you to try the coffee.
These Fish and Bowls Now on Display. You can get them anytime.
Special Prices on all Canned Goods in Case Lots. Now is the Time to Buy.
lozen bunches nice Mam
STATES & FISHER
12 dozen bunches nice Mammoth Celery English walnuts, nice and fresh, this year's crop, for 25c lb.
Other nuts with prices just as reason ale. Nice northern grown Cranberries.
VV e want all the produce and eggs and butter we can Met. and will pay the
highest market price. Phone us for prices on produce. Phone 154.
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John F Hans.-
< haml'i-rlin, salary, sec *v oi
:. >!i board. $6.2"
Mar\ H. Porter, rare R«>sa Wi!
1 B Harris, maint. poor. $12.9'
V. and L. K. Ourley, expense, eo
Kth -1 Prichett. widow's pension
b' d..«rt Porter, salary, janit i - tirl
' • .nt Humphrey Mer. Co., clothing
•: F «ble Minded, $H5.4f>.
C F. Pease f'o.. supplies foi
l'.. H Mires, ,.yote bounty. $7.00.
Model Grocery, groceries to* poor
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to poor, I • -«iirt. Srpt. term, $12-00.
i < T. Kelsey, iuror, district court,
September term, $11.70.
Milt Duffv, iuror. list riot court,
. term, $11.70.
I. ('tirrin. .juror, district court,
. term. $11.00.
McAdams juror, district court,
term, *1! s0.
' Myers, juror, district court,
term, t- •
George Christian, juroi
'•'iirt, Sept. term, $2.10.
<•. .1 Mitchell, .juror, <n-
fcjrpt term, $22.60.
1! S. Sears, .iuror, list
Sept. term, s22."0.
Tom Lay ton. iuror, dist
Sept. term, $2.10.
Koy H. Britton, iuror, di
Sept. term. $22.2o.
A. Haris, .juror, :i>t
S pt. term, $ 2.1.60.
H. Vorderlandwehr, juro
I". L. Thompson,
• rt. S.pt. term. $2.00
V. E. Duggnn. iuror.
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North, South. Fast, West—nil workir * to pot tile
Nation in fighting trim!
\mty and Navy departments and districts, camps,
yards, coast-guard stations, light ht use , munition, eor
struct ion and textile plant* *!l co-ordinating to mould
the vast organization into an effective homogeneous
force And in this eruirntou> task the country's tele-
phone network has been and will continue to be tke
yrtat tm it tip* *ahlt agert of cemmunisation
Tk* Pell System hn< enlisted eirry rt tour re af com
mtind ai d ofiemi all unre<er< edly to the Got err. mrnt
This, toifether with the immensely increased commer-
cial demand for service, the general shortage of materi-
als, and the enlistment and draft of a larc** number of
technically trained employes who cannot be replaced
will, it is hoped, tie borne <r mind by e #ry loyiti .4 ae
ron if there should Inter result the necessity for #v6-
wdtnati'in v net U ■ i r,
tke do •err rrep*
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
< i . Fran^, iuror, district court
Sc term. $2.« n.
" •• Altizer, iuror, district court
-•it. term, $2.00.
F.. W Burnett, iuror, district court
<' ' . Frans, iuror. district court
s j r term. $2.00.
.lake Banks, juror. iistrict court.
Sept. term. $2.On.
(n- rge Harrison. juror, <li«<tri<
urt, Sri't. term, $2.00.
•lor.n Shutler, iuror, district cour
M K. Pennington, iuror. distrii
•bi> Thomas, .juror, district cour
S< i t. term. $4.00.
15:1! V Into-} , uror. district cour
- r. ii^tri.-t court,
ror. district court
Roseboom, itir. r. .i
s« pt. term. $1^.(>0.
n petition filed and showing
etitioner" residing on and near
ad de-< nbed ;i^ p«tate road see-
niiTr \ Tt ' 1 , that petition
roe t«> furnish labor on said
: t • • • \ceod $.*i00.n0 and the
•nmmissioners for and in con
i n of this promise, agree to
* -r labor on the above de«crib-
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1917, newspaper, November 15, 1917; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106103/m1/6/: accessed September 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.