The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 31, 1900 Page: 1 of 8
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Hennessey, Kingfisher Co., Oklahoma. May 31, 1900.
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& Most all our goods were bought before the advance. We want everyone to give us a trial this spring. We have bought
early and can save you money on most every purchase. We placed our orders early last, fall on most jroods that we expected
to advance. Especially are we cheap on shoes, as we own all our shoes at the old price; also most all our orders for dry goods
were in before the advance. We use the utmost care in buying, as we know goods well bought are already about sold. Our
strong point is in our buying. We use tiie same care in buying a stock of pins as we do in buying clothing. It makes no differ
ence what you may want, we own it at the lowest price.
Please bear in mind all we ask of those who have never traded with us (although they are scarce) is to give us a trial.
There is some satisfaction in trading where you know that every purchase is bought at the lowest possible price, and
where every mistake is made right and where every single purchase is warranted to give satisfaction or money refunded,.
We Have a Fine Line Ladies' Shirt Waists, the Latest Styles anci Lowest Prices. We Have
a Fine Line of Men's and Boys' Summer Caps.
Hats! Hats! Hals! YVV handle tlu; celebrated Elk and King brands of hats. If yon want a good hat we can save you money. If you want a cheap hat we
have about 200 good fur hats, worth 1.50 to '21)0, for l 8c; 100 good fur hats at 75c. Some odd lots from 10c to 25c. Men's pants at your own price. Good heavy cnt-
tonades at 75c—cheaper than overalls. See our stock of harvest supplies, consisting of Jumpers, Bib Overalls, Harvest Gloves, etc We have a cheap line of cooking
utensils for threshing outfits also can make you close prices on job lots of groceries. We cannot name you prices on groceries this week, but make lliis announce-
ment: Will sell them as cheap, if not cheaper, than any (inn in Kingfisher county. Buying early and in car lots has given us the inside.. We have aim >st a car load
of Umaloes, corn, etc \\"e have just received a car load of salt: come in and get prices on sack or barrel. We have also our last car of seed potatoes, and will give
you special price until they are gone. Remember, we handle most everything—Clothing, Dry (roods, Shoes, llats, Caps, Tinware and Glassware.
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VThen you want to tjuy a liili of
Lumber, don't forget to c. i! on
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i WHO CARIMES A FULL L1NBI OF i
Lujr.bef, Gash, Doors, Biiftdc,
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
Agent for Acme Cement Plaster.
lie can and will cavo vou money and jruarantee &atlsfiii;t.loa.
FINE BUSINESS CHANCES.
Rock Island Runs an Excur-
sion About June 12.
Cashion, O. T., May 2(i—Among
the very best located of the no*-
towns on the map of Oklahoma
the town of Cashion, half way b
through it and will take a:i active
part in furtliuring the interests of
The town has a splendid natural
drainage and is supplied with an
abundance of pure soft water, which
, i r i i 'mi is obtained at a depth of thirty-live
Lack of Lumber is No Longer t0 forly fe(.t T1,/Si, u.0 iu,m; m.
dicate that it will be a healthful
place. The country all around it, is
well settled by an industrious and
t> rtfty class of farmers. Your cor-
respondent has not seen a prettier
country anywhere than meets the
eye in looking off south and east
along the cottonwood valley, or
the north and west along Campbell
creek. The whole country with its
tine Held of waving wheat, oats and
grass, dotted here and there? with
small natural grass, and many
"Ou all bills not paid in 30 days Interest- will be etinr.'TPd.
Yabd: West Fourth Street. Hennessey,
= re is
NOTARY l't 15LIC
tween Kinglisher and Cuthrie on ^rifty orchards surrounding the
the new railway line between these ! ^arm houses, is a perfect panoramic
two cities. Cashion is a half mile
south of the old town of Downs and j
about 5 miles northeast of Omer,
both of which places have already
capitulated and their merchants are
a unit for the growth and develop-
ment of the town.
This new aspirant for commercial
supremacy over one of the finest
and most productive portions of
Oklahoma is named in honor of the
brave young schoolboy, Roy Cash-
ion, a,'citizen of Kingfisher county
and a member of the Hough ti id ers
who was killed in that grand charge
up San Juan that hot day in July,
the first citizen to fall in battle du-
Up to the time your correspond-
ent visited the town, Cashion had
been handicapped for lack of timber.
Five lumber firms have already lo-
cated there and have their buildings
and sheds up and yards fenced ready
to receive their new stocks as soon
as the cars could get in to town.
The first trainload of lumber was
pulled in last Friday and there will
be no further delay from that source.
The lumber firms represented are
A. II. Houston of Wichita, Long-
Bell of Kansas City, liutt & Co. of
Kingfisher, the Woods Lumber Co.
! of Texas, and the Arkansas Vralley
will take posse , ion of the supplies
of the Downs postoffie.e, which will
There is an energetic and hust-
ling class of business men here that
will make the town a success.
A newspaper will be in op -ration
in the next ten days, conducted bv
an experienced newspaper man.
The contract for the building is al-
ready made and the plant will ha e
a first-class job office connected
There is a good opening here for a
mill and elevator, furniture store,
to! meat market, restaurants, livery
stables, dry goods and clothing
stores, implement houses, hotel,etc,
but the crying need now is for busi-
ness and residence purposes.
Persons wanting to locate in a
good town could not do better than
investigate Cashion. It will stand
the scrutiny. Any inquiries ad-
dressed IJ. F. Smith, secretary town
company, Cashion, will receive a
The Hock Island will run an excur-
sion to Cashion about June 12.
There will be good music and an en-
joyable time and all persons desir-
ing to investigate can combine busi-
ness and pleasure by making the
trip at that time.
ring the war. The name for the town j lumber company. Work on the
was the happy suggestion of Mrs. j .lepot is in progress now. A good
Win. Grimes of Kingfisher, wife of j
the vice president of the Guthrie
and Kingfisher Railway company.
Roy Cashion fell in advance of his
company in that awful charge.
It is the intention of the town
company locating this town to have
Cashion to take a rapid stride to the
front and keep in advance along all
lines for the development of the
town, commercially, educationally
and morally. The Santa i'e and
Rock Island railways are
terestcd iu the railroad
many branches of business are rep-
resented, but nothing is overcrowd-
ed yet—in fact, no line of business
is near lilh'd to the capacity that it
can bo supported by the rich coun-
try around Cashion.
The bank of Cashion has been
chartered and has its building com-
pleted. Their safe arrived Friday
and they will soon be doing business.
Hon. D. F. Smith, sergeant at-
arms of the lust territorial council,
both in- j filed his bond as postmaster and as
running ' soon as his commission arrives ho
William Clark Moore was born in
Ferry county Ohio on November !•,
1824, died at his home two miles
west of Hennessey, Oklahoma, on
May 21, 1900.
Mr. Moore was brought up in the
old school Presbyterian faith and
remained true to his early teachings
through life, being unable to believe
that the changes which oceured in
the church were altogether in the
teachings, of Christ. Hut he is gone
now to the bourne from whence no
t raveler returns and as the Congre-
gational minister from llenuessey
spoke to the kind people who stood
in ray door drinking in the words
which fell from his lips, some hearts
were softened and were made bet
ter, and I can say many thanks to
him and others who lent helping
hands to bury my dear dead.
Mas. Catiuune Moore.
WALCIIlvK MAY GliT FREE. |
.Mexican Authorities Want Re-
wards Hcforc Turning
II i in I.oosc.
Guthrie, O. T., May 2(1 — It now!
seems unlikely that. Jaines K. Wal-I
elier, who killed Colonel Stone, thel
Kingfisher banker, will ever bel
brought back to the United States.I
He is in j.iil nt Juarez, Mexico. Tho|
Mexican authorities insist on the
payment of the rewards aggregat-
ing about #1,001) before they will re-|
lease him. The rewards are mostly!
for the conviction of Walcber auo
will not be paid until ho is convict-!
od. The chances are that VValehep
will remain in prison for a year
two and will then be turned loose.-
Lee Maddox is very sick.
Bert Whipple is sporting a
Mrs. Chancy Whipple visited al
Everybody is getting their har|
vesters ready for work.
Mrs. Young and sou George visitj
ed in Kremlin last week.
Libbie Stevens of Hennessey wai
the guest of Ethel Fredregill thq
first of the week.
Mr. L. S. Maddox's daughter and
family of Joplin, Missouri, are visit
ing relatives here.
The Lillie season must be ovej
now as Bert Meeks requests a
bridge down near Daniels.
The young people attended thd
picnic at Dover Saturday and
their way home stopped off at Hen|
nessey and stayed for the concert
They report a jolly time. Anmn.
List of unclaimed letters remain
ing in the post office, Hennessey,(
T., May 2S. 1!M)0. If not called
I within 14 days will be sent to lul
| dead lelteroffice, Washington, D C.|
j John Burris, W. II. C. Donald
I Ariel Dragstcit (2), James Kimble
Daniel Miller, Mrs. C. W. Morris
Miss Laura Stevenson, Chas. Willi
When calling for the above plea
advertised. J. A. b'Ei.T, P. M I
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Miller, L. G. The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 31, 1900, newspaper, May 31, 1900; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104743/m1/1/: accessed March 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.