The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 18, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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tKTJESDAY, HfcPTEMBE.: IS, 1919
THE HENNESSEY CLIPPER
Sept. 2, 1W19
The Board of County Commissioners
met in regular se-'sion this 1st day ot
September, 181P, at I :TO p. 111.. with
Wm. G. Newer, chairman, Charles
Waters, J. C. Myers and H. A.
Frnjtea, county clerk.
This being a legal holiday, the
Beard adjourned until ruestlav. at ■'
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment
this 2ml ilav of September, HUH. at
!> a. in., all members present.
Kotowing i-lnims audited and al-
lowed on the General Fund:
Rosa (labey, widow's pension,
Clara K. Roberts, widow's pension,
Aliee Hammond, widow's .pension,
Mae W. Aherns, widows pension,
Nanev I,. Rasp, willow s pension,
|(iry Maitalka, widow a penalon,
Annie Smith, widow 's pension.*..""
Kliza KiiRlish, widow's pension.
Eliza Barringer, widow's pension,
Maggie Curtis, widows pension
Amanda Goodpasture, widow « pen
Kthel M . Prickett, widow s pension.
Elsie H. Johnson, widow s pension.
Bessie MeColluni. widows pension,
.losio Lud wig, widow's pension,
Hattie Franz, widow's pension,
Mnrv H. Porter, care of paupers,
Economy Gro. Co., groceries to poor,
Discount Gro. Co., groceries to
V. I>. Weasel, groceries to poor,
J. ('. Hill & Sons, grocerios to poor,
V. I). Weaael, groceries to poor,
C. H. Harris, groceries to poor,
.1. H. Rector, groceries to poor.
$27.17; allowed $22.17.
Bertha Oallison, salary, deputy as
ge |nor, $72.00.
W H. Meade, salary and exjieus-,
assessor, $152.66; allowed $142..
Merchants Calculating (Jo., ealcu
lating inch.. $250.
Geo. H. Laing, salary and expense
court clerk, $146.66.
Inez K. Fisk, salary, deputy court
Roy A. Wheeler, mileage
Prank el Carbon Co., typewriter rib
.Ino. M. Graham, salary, co. judge.
Leone Williams, sal., dep. count>
Minnie Bidwell, sal., dep., county
Hattie Gilbert, sala.iy. dep. county
R. A. Fraken, salary, county clerk,
and stamps. $151.6(1.
A. O. Meredith, medical report t«
E. E. Darrough, reg. fee, births an 1
A P. Hersclier, re . fee, birth** and
Frank Weber, coyote bountx. $2.00.
J. R. Chamberlin, sal., sec'y elec-
tion board, $6.25.
J. E. Choate, coyote bounty. $9.00.
Fry Brothers, groceries to poor.
States & Fisher, groceries to pour,
Harry K. Cantield, groceries to poor,
Hillvard Chemical ('« ., soap an«l «lis
inf., $3X.00 <• humeri, allowed, $23.00.
Kingfisher Tel. Co., phone service,
$66.65 claimed; allowed $62.66.
W. A. McCartney, salary and ex
Columbia Carbon . r.'l cr hands
$11.16 claimed; $7.18 allowed.
.lames Morris, drinking water,
court house, $4.0.".
Co-Operative Pub. Co., supplies fer
county officers, $39.90; claimed, al
lowed $36. MH.
Warden Co., supplies, county supt..
Geo. D. Barnard Co., supplies for
Harry Hale, grading
R. Seese, grading
John Liebl, use of car and expense
Minneapolis Steele \ Mch. Co., re
5 gal. disinfect pairs for tractor. $102.14.
If. N. Smith Co.. supplies, tracto
light and water, N>« - • $1*.35
H. J. Bak
Kd. Ingram, printing and supplies, *13'50'
$55.00. 1 " ' . . ,
Roy White, recovery lost horse,, county tractor, $->.M.>.
$100.00: disallowed. A Lippoldt, labor and liaiilin
E. A. Boone, care and service in $;) 13.
sane $15.00. ' Frank Kieger, .^ aint ami ether f
The Kinglsher Free Press is hereby eounty tractor. $3.60.
designated the official county paper y \ perry, road work, $11.50.
of KinglUher County and *11 proc
ings in said official paper shall be
published at the rate of 75c per square.
I. C. Mvers, sal., mileage an I
bridge work, $61.66.
('has. Waters, sal., mil., and bridge
work, $52. *0.
Win. O. Newer, sal., mileage and
bridge work, $50.66.
.lack Leddv, rotary and mileage,
deputy sheriff, $89.40.
K. W Baker, labor, separate school
No. 16. $4.50.
R. W. Wylie, desk, separate school
No- *4'50' liool, bridges, $.".1.40.
j Miles Elder, labor county road
bridges, $60.80. QO
W. V. Livingston, labor county road QQ
ug and Iabo i
Lehenbauer, oil and gas fo
Ed. Hockadav Co.., supplies, $46.10. □0
h.twin Smith, lubor with county ci OO
Boardman Co., scrapers for road
Henrv Kelly, labor, rodman, coun'y
Corwin Hart,, labor, with count
engineer, $7.20. 22
12. Eldei. laboi. countv road bridg* . UU
A. Hart, labor, countv road bridges,
•Jim Brown, labor, countv roa I
The New Coats Have Arrived
at Cashion & Dayhuff's
Win. Holder, janitor, sep.
(•corge Raiiiev, tiist. chart,
school No. 43, $13.50.
Marie \ ohe. snl «. dep. county supt.,
K. I>. Edwards, supplies to sep. sell.
No. 67, $30.20.
Sarah I/iston, sal., and stamps, coun-
ty superintendent, $122.66.
.1 N . Stephens, wood, separate
Walter Hough, labor, sep. school
:rounds No. 16, $13.00.
C. P. Wickmiller, supplies, county
poor farm. $5.10.
Floy H. l)unn, exam, fee, $30.00.
Ceo. E. ('allison, salary and mil.,
.lay Smith, salary and mil., under-
(ieo. P. Long, salary and mil., and
expense, sheriff, $221.83.
(lus Dzur, Mil., and expense, supt.
(Jreenwood home, $80.00
F. I). Dakin. salary and stamps,
oiintv treas., $151.66.
Myrtle Riley, sal., dep. county
W C Brown, salary bal., county
E. V. Welch, sal., dep. county
Burroughs Add. Mch. Co., elec.
inch,, add., for treasurer, $550.00.
C. C. Waggoner, dray and storage.
Stetler Auto Co., gas for county
W. B. Lindsey, oil and grease, for
county tractor, $56.25.
Lawrence Schlecht. right of way,
Alb. La wren/, insp., and filling in
Arthur Richev, inspector bridge No.
P. 1? Caughorn, labor on culverts.
Gabon Iron Wks, mach and repairs,
Max Ti. Cunningham, 3 per cent,
state aid. $7.03.
Mr. Lutz, hauling culverts, $9.10.
J. C Stewart, labor with county
Henrv Borklnnd Co., truck and
John Liebt, grading state roads,
Arthur Richev, labor county road
Pord DeGroat, labor county yoad
B. R. Blakley, lnl >or assistant coun-
ty engineer, $86.70.
liav Lindsey, salary and expense
countv engineer and surveyor, $1(58.21.
State Construction Fund
Pioneer Construction Co., 90 perce.it
Bo: rdinan Co., drags and ste 1,
We have a beautiful assortment of the new Fall
Coats for ladies and misses fresh from the East-
ern markets. Soft, rich plushes featuring the
graceful silhouette of the present vogue, volumli-
ous wraps of loose lines.
Also many moderate styles. Long slim garments,
button trimmed, collars high and most ot them
roll. Materials are velour, mixture, silvertone,
and other popular cloths.
Emphasis may be given to the values prevailing
in every quality of our lines. You will be pleased
with a selection from these new arrivals as the
styles, materials, and colors are absolutely correct.
Come in any day and try these garments on. We
have a good range in sizes.
Cashioa & Dayhuff
Have rented farm and w
are going to California, and will for that reason sel
2 miles west of Hennessey 011
at public auction at the place, 1 '•> north and
Thursday, Sept. 25
Sale Beginning at 10:00 o'clock a. m. sharp, the following described personal property, to-wit:
24 hd. Horses and Mules
R. W WYLIE
Attorney at Law
Office in Gritz Bids'. North Main
1 sorrel filly 3 years old.
1 gray filly 3 years old
1 bay horse colt 3 years old
1 gray horse colt 3 years old
1 gray mare- smooth mouth.
2 bay horse colts 3 years old
1 imported ISelgian stallion, wt.. 1H00.
1 span of sorrel mares years old, wt. 2700
1 sorrel mare •*> years old, wt. 1400.
1 black mare years old, wt. 1400.
1 ;;orrel mare (i years old. weight 12;>0.
1 black mare 7 years old. wt. 1100.
1 gra v marc 4 years old. wt. 1300
1 brown horse colt 3 years old
1 sorrel horse colt 2 years old
1 gray horse colt 2 years old
1 sorrel filly 2 years old
2 roan horse colts 2 years old
1 grav horse colt 1 veur old
1 span of gray mares 8 and !) years ol< 1. wt. —7->0.
These are all good animals and in good flesh.
Terrible Suffering From Headache,
Si'Jeache, Backache, and Weak-
nets, Relieved by Cardui,
Says Thii Texas Lady.
Qonzales, Tex.— Mrs. Minnie Pbil-
pot. of this place, writes: "Five years
ago I was taken with a pain In my
left aide. It was right under my
left rib. It would commence with an
aching and extend up Into my left
shoulder and on down Into my back.
By that time the pain would be bo
■evere 1 would have to take to bed.
and suffered UBuaJlv about three days
...I suffered this way for three years,
and got to be a mere skeleton and wa*
so weak 1 could hardly stand alou«
Was not able to go anywhere and had
to let my house work go...I Buffered
awful with a pain In my back aud 1
had the headacho all the time. I Just
wj>s unable to do a thing. My life
was p. misery, my stomach got tn an
awful condition, caused from takiiis
so much medlclue. I suffered bo much
Ex-Prosecuting Attornev. Garfield
CHARLES N HARMON
18-19-29-21 Oklahoma State Bank Bldg
GEO L. BOWMAN
Attornev at Law
Bowinnn Building Kingfisher
DR A DIXON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office and Residence in Cullum Build
inf? on South Main Street
1 alii* answered day or nipht, Phone 5.'<
DR B I TOWNSEND
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
office over Pulliam & Harding Oarage
Telephone: Office 122; Residence 133
DK. W. H. RHODES
Practice Limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Knnms -lu4 and 40(1 Knid Nat '1 Bank
Building, Knid, Oklahoma
pain. I had Just about given up all | REAL ESTATE. FARM LOANS
hopeB of our getting anything to help
One day a Birthday Almanac wns
thrown in my yard. After reading
Its testimonials 1 decided to try Car-
dui, and um so thankful that I did
for I began to Improve when on tly
second bottle...I am now a well
woman and feeling fine and the curs
lias been permanent for It hu bm
two years since my awful bad health
Duffy Building, Hennessey. Okl*
THE BATTEN COMPANY
List vour oil stocks with us!
Tell us what vou want to buv1
I will ulways praise and recommend j r,()7 Knid Nat'I Malik Building
Cardui." Try Cardui today. Ill 7S Enid. Okla.
i-arl i11k steers
55 head of Cattle
I Ilolstcin cow. 8 years old, will be fresh first of the year; giving 2 gallons of milk daily now.
1" good milch cows from 2 to 8 years old, all good color, and giving milk now.
1 registered llerford bull coming :t years old. a good one. yearling hellers, all red ones
nlvos M 2-y-oar-old lioiiVrs. all rod ones.
Hogs and 70 to SO ton Alfalfa
10 HEAD OF DUROC SHOATS, WEIGHT ABOUT 60 lbs. Each.
75 or 80 TON OF ALFALFA IN STACK
Implements and Household Goods
two seasons..! 14x18 in. disk harrow
1 walking lister
1 12x16 disk harrow
1 2 row Emerson cultivators
1 riding cultivator
2 walking cultivators
1 Big Four McCormiek mower
1 Emerson hay rake
1 alfalfa buueher
1 solid walnut table
1 Acme binder use*
1 old Acme binder
1 Emerson disk gan'
1 wagon and rack
1 grain wagon
1 feed grinder
1 Buckeye grain drill
1 hog self-feeder
1 riding lister
1 kitchen cabinet
WILL BE A GENUINE SALE, WITH NO BY BIDDING AND NO RESERVE BIDS PROPERTY LISTED WILL BE SOLD
1 bay stacking outfit
1 katir corn header
1 corn sled
1 hand corn shelter
1 scoop end-gate
1 hay buck
4 set work harness
1 set single harness
1 set double driving harness
1 Iowa cream se|mrator
1 ISO-Gallon iron kettle
1 set tackle blocks
1 coal oil barrel and pump
1 blacksmith anvil
1 good saddle
1 stalk cutter
1 sewing machine
And other articles
Terms of Sale
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED ON GROUNDS BY W W MOLES
Sums of $10.00 and under, cash; on sums over .$10.00 a credit of 12 months time will be given on
bankable notes; notes to draw 10 per cent interest from date; :1 per cent discount for cash on all
sums over $10.00. All property must be settled for before removal.
COFFEE SERVED FREE- Bring your tin cup.
W.R* Titterington ^ Son
Col. J. L% Murphy, Auct. Farmers & Merchants Nat9!, Clerk
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