The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 8, 1899 Page: 4 of 8
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s VTA P IN ADVANCE.
LAST TEH* BT
MO SALARY v B HIM.
'1 he strangest official conduct ev-
er on record has transpired at H au-
komis. lJurinff the Ia -t campaign
Charles Ahen was a candidate for
town marshal. He a-s-r-.i the vot
ers that if they elected h;m he would ;
take no pav for ooe year. He wa« ' " .. . v M n
r „, , , i jrt. wii". -i. > ■ " I" - >■■
ejected. This week the town trut „ ntv,
dav and wiU bo in session a montn
tees a .w.*d Mr. Anen r.ijo a v. >r
a district court in Ok aboma. the
c mrt t.fld l>v Judsje l!ur".v. .. .. Te-
cumseh sincc Xtreb If La- adjourn-
ed. Five hundred cu>< - wert -dis-
posed of. including three murder
cases. Tea prisoner-; were sentenc-
ed at the contusion of the term,
which was adjourned to permit
• Burw .1 to uitend the
J. Lyons wt-
. Guy K. (jill-tt'
fn Owir ■/_ i-f ri-
led by the chair
d Ehler, J. B
icnts—W. P. Griffin, t
C. P. Rhodes, J. E
Hutchinson, Dave Armstrong.
On JJusic—Geo. W. 13 ar, G. I!
iCiilett. J. V. Kolacbny.
On (speakers— W. C. Stevens, J.
H. Criner, Jno. ilaldwin.
! On Announcements—Pete Ohls-
j trorn. J. K. Riley, Pete Dus.Iap, \\
L. Farquhars n, Marc Friend, Wil-
lis Binding, Otto Ha-.h.
On Advertising—J. B.Campbell,
J. K. II atcliin-on, L. G Miller.
I The committees are all made up of
C 4- fy.
Is showing this week a big line of Summer Wash Dress
Goods. The styles ancl prices are right and will pleas® you.
Just received an up-to-date line of Ladies' Ready-made
Skirts tor tHe hot weather season. They are handsome in
design and fit well. V. © st-.-- have & lew of those nice fitting
S' Shirt Waists left
*EAT? or I>B . ASROLL. | live business men-men who are
Hennessey U. T.. Juue3 — Dr. A pushers and who will start and keep
H Carroll, a proainett citizen of the bail in motion from start to fir.-
\Vrste ii Oklahoma, died here this sh. Then we have much to
week. He hud been bed. dden -.th ; brate for: Victories, victories and
paralysis for over a vear, but re- vietor.es in C ;Sa, P'K'i to Rico, and
tain^i bis popularity. He leave* a ^e Philippines, with never a re-
wife anu two children. | !>u1^ The Stars and Stripes con-
Itinueto float above all others, and
rcHD fob IKDIA,* Bi'tiszfcs is not in have taken r t foreign soil, in-
CftEASlxo bo fast as its col- -urinfj to thi und-.-' it a freedom
lectors desire. I i,f which they have as yet no cos -
Shawnee, O T-. June 3. J. H. jc.-ption. Ti:.' a-ioi sho'.M be one
Sinoot. a farmer near this city, who „f unusual merrymaking and honor;,
is raising a fund to ass'^t those should be publicly jfiven to the of-
notice a bundle of something lyiog i charged and on trial for Indian burn- tli-ers and meu *•! •> •• justly dc-serve
near the track. He mi', no attet. ing not iiavitL' ■ • —• it is re- thciu.
ported, although he is still trying | . .
to increase the amount subscribed. Mcctma of (.om.tv Board of
Allen at noce appeared before th
trustees and h- w< •*',
no salary before May 1. 11KK). fcnd
directed that the money be spent iu
improving the town.
pickaninny waif FOIWD.
Guthrie. O. T., June3.—Theother
jnorning second 37, a Santa I o
freight train, was pulling c'.orig on
easy time toward Pure.!. About
two miles this side of Norman oc-
curred an incident which is at least
uncommon. Ti.c train v. flying
along when the fireman chanced to
.: will move them quick.
Our Shoe Department is Full
and complete, embracinrr all the late last? and new toes. A
great variety oi Ladies Low C'.its CiHG. Oi.tords. hand tu^ns,
now ready lor your i::spc c;:rn.
We Have Many Real Bargains
iion to it, thinking it w; - only a
bundle of ragi thrown there j rhups
by some tramp. U hen t"h<- way ear
reached the spot Ch(H'i. - l'atti-rson.
one of the brakemen, also noticed
the bundle and stopped the train
to get off and investigate it. 1U no
sooner reached L'ot, closelv fol
IIKNRV SNEEOAB Sl lCU'KS
,\ha, O. T.,June3.—HenrySnee-
gas, a farmer living in this county.
-uicided Friday. He bad been kick-
ed by a horse, lie was put to bed.
fV.*"T T' -t-V .v.'.1 nod. -t was thought, was resting
lowed by Conductor Ti,'., worth, than i . ,
,. , . . i easily. He got up at midnight,
he discovered that the bundle con- , . .
. . ... ,, , . ! cured a revolver and killed him.se. f
tamed something that wa verj
much alive. The bunilie was ^uick-
Jy unwrapped and found to contain
a small negro baby, probably about
two wee-is «,ld. The youngster was
taken into the way car Lid made
comfortable. Soon he was warm
enough to crv and the foster fathers
, . ' , , ,, .... That Ttirol>l>inif HeiwlmlK
concluded he wa not dead. He was
takep to Nornian-a place, by the] Would quickly leave youlf you osed njest of 17 head of cat*
, j ,, , tn Dr. King - N-w Lite i'iils. - sider.-d and ti • a.-, -n :
way, where no negro is pern.it^i tol^ pf K,ugeriirg have proved their
Jive- and in fact none are '
injured in a runaway.
Enid, O. T., June 3. — While dr v-
ing here yesterday, Mrs. Senator
Qaven's bocse ran away with hen. .
• , .% . 4t I and tli" a.--< - ; • •
She was thrown violently to the
, .4 t ... „ ; sras redu sea lout).
ground and her left arm wa-b.-ok en. |
lhe iip! - i
The Board of lr^ualization met at
the court house >Jondav and contin-
ued in session until Wednesday,
when they adjo.urned. 1 he board
consists of the county commission-
ers, the countyas-o-orand probate
judge, the county e.erk acting as
clerk of tin. board.
On Monday the appeal of G. Ilerz-
berg & Bro. ' r Hennestey from the
assessment us inude by the county
assessor was read and considered
to offer you all throueh the house. Come and look and e*et
prices. We are showing the largest assortment ^
la Men's end Boys Ready-made Clothing §
in the conn ty, and the prices are .right. We desire to fit you 3
out with a nice new suit lor the 4tn of July. ^
" . : r r-.;. " STORE. |
o T, I-
j sor sustained.
, I ands of sufferers hav
re allowed I matohlesi merit for J^lok and Nerv-, , f ., ,
in Cleveland county. However, some | ,,Us , They make | ur '• '
charitably dispoBed persons learned j blood and .-tr.>ny nervi-s <1 bj.j
------ ... ■ up your health. Easy to take, Try
| them. Only -i c ents. M• ■ > cv iiacl;
j if not cured. Sold by P. A. Dink
I ler, Druggist.
, j blood ai.d stMl
pf the incident and took charge of j up your h-.t tn.
~ ^ I t I. ,.m I In I f i
the little one. When t: e residents
learned of the affair they went to
see the ne^ro, ancl it \vai decided to
allow the youngster to stay in the
town. Accordingly ht* was cared
/or by the people ancl will be kept as
long as he sees lit to stay. Heing
minus a name, he is now known as
Joseph Norman, after the town.
Whence the little castaway came is
a deep mystery, as thero are no ne-
groes within several mih'S of the
:h b; U
,i tiou '
W. 18. >9.
| First published June •- 1HU^.
Notice foe Pitblica i i
and Bank of Kingfisher a**!
the assessment against e:
be reduced from $10,001) t
The board . ustained the
At the session of the board 01
Tuesday the subject of equalizing
the values of real estate b.- ween th
) i SUCK, 11.
I. lowll. If. r
Council met in regular session
last Monday night. Present, Conn-
... ". m ■ it • , I.!-; _.i various to.vi,- , was fi ■ tits. Us
oilmen lllock, Ma^we.l, lain, i'riend
, ; ed. The board reached the concl i-
aud Miles. 1 .
Motion was made that council flon tbat 110 1 * r ^ [,v
proceed to the elecUou of chairman ; 1 .
as per an old ordinance which pro-,llc •'A , l. j
..... , vide, that ..Lb election .hall «M held | n0 *en !ral ''' bc m8de
^ sace where he was found, a^d th< j first meeting in June. Mc.i.on
plpsest house of any kind is nearly was r],.(.lared out of order by l>- P'"IM • 1
half a mile away. However, the ^bo held that ordinance
trainmaikt c,f ihe divisic,n. who re-j t h the statutes. Friend appealed -J
iated the incident to a Reporter, I f roIIi the decision of thecbair and ' ,
hinted that the little fellow ipigbt| the vote was recorded as three to Pea 0 ' * '' 1 ll ' I
have rained down, but this is very one in favor of sustaining thecha '
I - ... . special order for >Vt!n«'scliiy.
I be pltlnt.lf r-bttil
A ttCfct t It. H. ( r
doing I Council then proceeded to bussnc
which . 0f approving or rejecting bills.
Quite a number were placed in the
hands of the tiuauce committee to
Council refused to i.pprt.ve street
commissioner and night watch ap-
pointed bv the chairman.
Adjourned till Wednesday night.
( Council met with all members
ferring with the state charter board. 1 [ | ( t | t ii(.port of ex-Treasurer
Dinkier having been approved, he
, turned the accounts over to Treas-
pany, for which an ap[;'i'ation for
a charter was held up ■ v the li zard.
The new corporation .aw provide
ipiprobable. The negro
nicely at present and thecr
found him rather look uj.i.n him a-
thelr particular property.
okl41iosia C0SCKEN BARRED.
Topeka, Kan., June 3.—Congress-
pan Dennis Flynn, Oklahoma's not
pd '"free homes ' roan, accompanied
by J. W. McNeal. a brother of Tom i
McNeal, are in the ei'y today c in
r. McNeal is president of the We
tern Savings, Loan and Iru-t com
I urer G. A. Clark.
Go motion of I'air, second'd by
Friend, a levy of 3 mills v. as declar-
' ed unanimously.
Ordinance was pa-sed giving city
marshall privilege of appointing his
deputy, the latter to serve virtually
,s night watch.
.— - - , On request of committee that the
decided that the Oklahoma inttitu- . K,)urth (|f July be turn. .1 o-..-.- t.
them a motion was made to that ef-
' feet and carried. The Fourth of Ju-
that foreign corporations cannot be
admitted to do lejvn. - in the it.-
when it is proposed to do business
from which a domestic company is
barred. With th - a.v o.-fon- th'-i.i
the member* of the charter board
The board met on Wednesday and I
took ti|) the matter of the assess-1
ments of the banks. After due cou.- ,
sidcration by a unanimous vote of I
the board the as-.-smeut was left at
$ 10,0U0 each ai
The board then adjourned.
The county assessor ha^ two days
from the meetii.g of the board togit
his books ready to turn over to the
Klrnt published In the Clipper Junn 8, iss'j.
\ppllcatiori for I.itjuor License.
Territory < r fiklHh.jin«, i
« . ni.tv .i Kinirriihcr .
.Nt.it. • ■« h* r- t i .'ivtMi that ID pi r nnd ( ■ n-
lejr hnv( thU daj filed in tbo (rfhceofthi i i-
5 It-rkio1 -a i i*(>iitil v thfir | utimi n-Miig
tiuit a ii< ■ njo be irrHntod them t. • sell «t r< tap
;;ir i ii(it<s and vtin1 *■ i «juors at tli*
Jno0 A. RatiJfi
With Geo. W. Liear.
aminiius ui —
r;"';;;a The Old Wails
eturued by the i
nuoii- -idence uponundculti
i" -ni !■ r. A. A. Crist, H. .1
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I.MOltV D. IJUOWNLJ-.H, He
*r? . . rr i* ■***• f-
J. W. Holt.
Physician and Surgeon.
C.i..- | 1 d day or
X. KECTOIl, M. I)..
Physician & Surgeon,
Oiii.v . n •1 rnerof
' sth am4 ChffoK v .
EVERY DROP |
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■. ci cmicrt \i!
Cox Bros., the leading merchants, have taken ^
the agency for
Leveting's Celebrated Bulk Cclfec,
Every pound guaranteed. If not ;is reprt - ut-
eri, return t-ame and obtain your money.
E. LEVERING & CO.
-2 ^ ^ ij 3 "2 ^ 2C- '<&■ fe Sr. 9r. t fe ft S Sr. 4^
dnj of .lup-
Krniit «1 an<i '
iivlr unity mid torrj-
tion is not eli^ib!
Tb<? representatives of tbec.;rnp:i
ny induced tin* ( barter bourd to
give thern a hearing.
?t l'f' 1 Wot) «>ti or I- fnn t
. lv". . .... ni-i'lA-ation will i>c
if« ;i'.- i«- n I.
r '. v iiuml tliiH "th day < .lune,
ti ih J. B l" '• N8.
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NEW DEAL ON WATERWORKS-
Kinjftisher, O. T.. June 'i —A pc
pial meetintj of the city coun'-.i «a-
heid Monday niizl.t t . . n.
propositio of ih. I'm-'
made ./"i \ Mr. '<•
lend The pr. ![)(•■- ' 'ii t a- f )l.
The Pabst compai.v :ii rees to i.eep
(.he water mains el ar_- i with v. i
jjr IJre purposes, aud in case of (ire ->0 ct-
ly committee will have ft.! contrnl
of the streets that day. and ali per-
sons wishing to run stands, etc ,
will have to secure the privilege
from that 'ommit'ee
Klrst pa bitched
■ nip.- rJuac
That have so often called your I
attention as to what is the beat j
to make them look like a new, j
hard-tiniched room, we ask you j
The best and cheapest wall lin-
lsh on earth. It makes a coat-
in},' as firm as the wall itself. It
hardens with age, will not rub
of!, and is healthful arid b auti-
ful. Any person cao prepare It
by following the instructions on
each package. Twenty assort
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J ( e.lors.
t'. "" '
Kiiu-ili-lK i icid
nut ■ i al
i h desti'
F. A. Uiuk.'-r. Dealer
•n ii ur
klahoina. n i i iti<
1 mint nil 1 ui to
c ■ >uut> €.1 Kii /ti;
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'lift, il 1- • • !' ' 1
1M ■ i 11 T «
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mon interettted in
- • in \
tiaml and al« t
, .. u .ire.
One package covers 500
square feet of surface.
Price, 50 c a package.
Take no other. Ask for a free '
sample color card.
i West Side. 'Phone 25!
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Miller, L. G. The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 8, 1899, newspaper, June 8, 1899; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104638/m1/4/: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.