The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 30, 1900 Page: 4 of 8
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Chester Lyons is putting
his tiiih' behind tht
Chas.Pepin lias accepted ii jxisi
tion as clerk iu the Steward feed
Pain Brim, will mend your tin
•ware If vou have any repairs
. . 14 1H
bring it in.
Clmrlfs Renahaw has begun
the erection of his new house in
the Dawson addition.
If you m e going to buy a bug
fry you want to see the nice
at Pain Bros.
Mrs. E. P. I'lurk returned from
Beginning the l.'th of Sept.
190(1, we will sell our groceries
for rash only, after this date. To
our many customer* we are
DR. H. H. WYNNE,
EL RENO, OKLA.
Diseases - medical and surgic
Is Headquarters for
,™ < School Books and School Supplies.
^ "• "jewe,"is Comp"te in *" iUi^!r,,?„r
-. wmiriimirov- , . the ove re. | Call on ng wlien needing anything in our mm
tom of trading suits your approv
al. By paying cash you will bt
able to 1)11 V your groceries cheap
er and you will not buy more
than you can pay for and you will
not be annoyed by being duned
,.Very few days. Hoping you will
continue with us after this date.
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lenses (spectacles) to the eye r (j(( ug wiiwi o _____
rFF^SSi(5lDINKLER, the DRUGGIST
any. iini""" lulv"
Dr. Rector. June 4 & lH.Juiy-,
Hi & itU
West Side Main St., Hennessey, O. T.
A good team and wagon
quire of A. E. Cullnhain,
her outing in the mountain*
Colorado Friday night.
Pain Bros, are now prepared
to do all kinds of tin work.
Standing seam roofs'a special
. 1 4 -1H
Albert Lyons is taking a week's
luy off from his duties at tlu
Racket Store and resting up a
We have the celebrated Supe
rior Disc and Havana Press Drilb
the best in the world. See them
at Pain Bro. 14-18
J, w. Denton is indoore this
week suffering with a severe
case of inflamatory rheuniutisni
in his wrist.
See Wm. Stitrel at Pain Bros.
for your standing seam roof. A
tirst class tinner and his work
The Clifpek phone is No. 1..
If you have an ad. or job work
you wish us to call for or to fig-
ure on, call us up.
Ladies will tiiul a nice line of
calling cards at the Clipper office.
!!"> with your name nicely print-
ed in script, for <.>c,
P. P. Sylvester made u quick
business trip to Enid Tuesday
on the early passenger, re-
turning on the eleven o clock.
If you are going to buy a gun
this fall g" and see a nice line of
them at Pain Bros., our price
are as low as the lowest. 14-1*
E S. Carlton, of Cato, dropped
into the Clippkk office for a
pleasant chat and before leaving
had his name engrossed on our
Pain Bros, have secured the
service of \Viu. Stitzel, u tinner
of 18 years experience. See us
when you have any thing in the
tin line. 14-18
The new engine and boiler for
the Farmers Milling Co., arrived
Monday. The engine is a Hamil
ton Corliss. 100 horse power,and
is one of the very best made.
Cwitty Records in Vaults all Right
i Tuesday afternoon entrance
was obtained to the County
Clerk's and County Treasurer's
i hooks bv cutting u hole through
| the brick wall. Everything was
I found in a good condition, except
a little smoky.
1 The outside door to the Regis-
A VISIBLE WRITING I)
jesilss SK? *j*tr sssn
temiicratic«o ivt-ntion. ""ndltlon „ .h™, pU"d
Saddles cheap; single buggy ^ ^ ^ eveninfJ |J(.fore the lire,
harness also. Bring in your bug , ^ ^ ^ register's records and
gs top work. Opposite tne P"s* I papers were in the vault,
office. Hakky Spkncku. lil-tf j Wi,dnH(jday afternoon The
We are sorry to report this. treaurer's safe was opened,
week the death, on Aug. 22, of 1Jere the heat was sufficient to
the little eleven months old boy mejt i„B,i pencils, yet the paper
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred From bob., money and other papers were in
of Garfield county. Mr. and j condition.
Mrs. Froniholz were formerly The safe of the District Clerk
residents of Hennessey and they j has m(t ynt been opened. It is
the sympathy of their many |tt Kreftt relief to the people to
tiiul the records of these three
offices iii go.nl condition,especial
.. j l, Wl*; tlu> register's office where
tion down to the democratic and , ly so in the regist _ _
friends at this place
Hennessey sent quite a delt'ga
populist conventions today.
Among those who went down
this morning were: J. E. Hutch-
inson, Ceo. Woolsey, Clias. An-
derson, Wm. Grim, D. M. Gray,
J. It. Meal, Win. Nelson, G. W.
Chandler, O. Y. Whipple, Wm.
O'Hara, M. Rennets, Clem
Th.irne, G. 11 Bkn-k, Tom Willis
Prof. L. B. Snider came in
Saturday from an extended vis-
it, in Charleston, South Carolina,
where ne attended the national
teachers' convention, in Wash-
ington and Philadelphia where
l^rvisited all the places of nation-
al reputation and interest. He
will visit in Hennessey until
about the tirst of October when
the new school building at Paw-
nee will be completed, when he
will resume his duties at that
ill titles are recorded.
NOT IN THE TRUST
Buy, sell, rent, repair and ex-
change and furnish supplies
• for all kinds of typewriters.
f. P. CLARK, Expert Repairer.
R. R. TALLEY,
General Agent for Oklahoma and In-
dian Territories, 17 Robinson
St., Oklahoma City.
Local Agents Manted.
When vou wnnt to ftuj a hiU of
Lumber, don't forget to c. H on
Coming and Going.
see my new line of
Fancy Rockers, Iron Beds
• : G. H. BLOCK,:•
I WHO CAHKlES A KUI.L LINK OF
on Fine Furniture.
The Clipper readers will be
-lad to learn that the damage to
j 1. He „«.y. a„.l
ovr part of the clerk s and
all of the treasurer's and regis-
ter's records were saved is m-1
deed a matter for congratulation. P) M. Armstrong.
As it is, mere were enough rec-
ords destroyed in the other of-
fices to cause an endless amount
of litigation, and that fire will
bo felt twenty years hence 11ns
is only one other reason why the
county should at once build a
wood substantial court house ot
Us own, with good and sufficient
in each office.
Lupiber, Sash, Doofs, Blipds,
PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
Agent for Acme Cement Plaster.
He can mod will aave you money and guarantee .^faction.
•-O" " n0t tvLVS Oklahoma
The fled Barp
East of Rhodes Hotel,
U the l>e t piac« in the coun-
ty to get a
And a Good Team
We can suit you to a nice-
ty, and make a business of
catering to the trade rather
than asking our customers to
eater to us.
You the very
Best of service.
Bam open day and night,
W. E. MALALEY,
When You Want
Lumber, Lath, Sash, Doors,
Blinds, Lime, Cement, or any
thing in the line of Building
Material at the
New Lumber Yard
We will be pleased to quote
prices and shc w you our
CHAMPIIN LIMBER COMPANY,
T. H. TEMPLE, Mgr.
Yard, North Main St., east side
two blocks north of Okla. A\e.
Don't forget the place.
Is setting the finest tables of any
house in town.
week. '20 cents a
meal. If you want
a good square meal
when in tow it stop
at the Star Kestaur-
ant. This man has
just been there.
MRsTa. 0I1NMACH, Prop.
West Hide South M m St., Hennessey■ O.T-
c. o. gose, n. D .4
Physician and Surgeon.
Office over Orirter's store In rooron formerly
occupied bv J H. Antrobtin.
Residence. J H. Antrobus proper#.7, Soulh-
DR. E. D. BRADLEY,
Physician and Surgeon.
('alls promptly attended,
over P. & M. Bank
Shui Robinson, Ijtinis Burt and us „WUt „ llIM
Will Thorne have been employed tirt. pltH>f vaults i
bv E. E. White to run his barber
shop at Chickasha, He will have That Wich.ta Boy on the Walls
good men behind the chairs. j Fek , , ,
-- Th(1 lawrence Journal ob
W. H. Swartxel, of El Reno. that ..wliile Kansas kick
I ers arc demanding that the tla"
general manager of the Inter
State Mortgage Co., for Oklalu
jna, made a short
city Tuesday evening
with his assistant, II. L- Milet
DR. C. 3. MERAD1TH,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to Surgery and
uJp KICK- Second door west Rhodes Hotel.
- push door bell for night call only.
Makes and Sells
Strictly First Clciss Harness
/ The aualitr of our harness both in workmanship and mate.
XMlce Is hereby given,that bvrlrtu# of an or-
der of sale issued by the clerk of the district courV
of the second judicial district of Oklahoma
Territory within and for Kingfisher county, in
1111 action wherein W. W. Cochrane l P1"1"1*
id, aud Alexander Roberts and Emma Hubert*
are defendants. -
1 will at 2 o'clock p. m . on the !Uh day of
Seuteuilwr A- U.. ItMJ. at the frontdoor of th«
Okcourt house in KlogBsher. Ktniitlsbereounir
Oklahoma'Territory, offer for sale at puBllo
auction the following de.cr.bed real estat#
The aualltv of our harness both in workmanship and matenal
usim, is a mat ter of pri.le with us. and if others sell cheaper, they
must sacrifice in quality of stock.
ers Hre u«iun « p . .
for Oklalio- be „ulled down wherever it has TT *
visit in the been raised, Kansas boys con [1£[£ S
ir conferring tinue to raise and to clefj " .
' Paint Enough
croakers. A Wichita boy^wys
the tirst to scale the old i ekin
Ed. White, Carl Black and j wall anc^ ra^
Charley Cummings went down Vk>ars dragon has grinned de
to El Reno Tuesday evening to 'fllince .,t civilization. What a
attend the fair. We'll wager that qU(.,M- heart n man must have it
they won't see as good a one it T.yill %Vli i\ Ami
there as they attended at home. ^^u^1^n^us,t htttt! himself after,
Steve Parker made a '"isiiiess h ' ^^^fi^ause his par
trip to Kingfisher this liuiining. \. , .. ..iat,e jt there! '1 hut
Steve had contracts for bridge hlls t a,:riea with it to the
building in the Clerks hands at r- •meient citv a guar
,l„. of th, H-. jaj. tl..V «^;;f,;.;;X.kr,nSprLi e
were all burned up. and this was ul.otei.tiOIi f,,r all who seek its
the cause for his visit this morn-, of prot^ction ioi
!" sheltering folds.
,n«- 1 One of these days when the
The Armantrout brothers, opposition party tu"'
W O ami M 1 Armantrout, its virulent attack of the niul
have formed a partnership for grubs it wiU ^ JHUStfa^J,'r,^Ueri
the transaction of bi;«ine*s in the achievements of the Amt r
Hennessey and Kingfisher, the can soldier as the rest "
former operating the gallery at now. Wichita Eagle
this place and the latter at ^ e f,.,,) t], lt \v must insist
Kingfisher. The firm will U- . ,m oklai1()nia b..v.
known as the Armantrout Bros. „ ' and not oniy that but a
The boys are all right in every comUy ho>, Oklaho-
war. understand their busines.. ^ ^ divide honors with Kan
and Kingfisher is to be congratu^ we don-t, want to *
Jated on getting one member of • • . .p ^lorv.
Largest Stock ol Saddles in the County.
We also sell the celebrated
is good paint. It 1. paiut j We ^^^ything ^Jammgh^ ^nes^bu^^m
olor- all ktods of small work. Call in and see us.
To paint the whole town
any color you please, lt
that will retain its c
and a little of it goes a
long ways. The price is
right. We can supply
you with anything in i
this line that you wish.1
The quality will be good,
the price will be low.
g. c. saur, Druggist.
n. rector, h. d.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Oklahoma avenue Residence cor-
of cherokee and nth streets Henn-ssev
E. H. BARNUM, Prop.
_ Transferring & Hauling^^.
Will do your work promptly, carefully and r.amiably.
ritorv. r>uiu pmi'cuj -Ki" — - —
Suid property Is levied upon as the property
of said defendants Aloiunder Roberts nd
Emma Roberts, and will be sold to the hlfheal
bidder for cash In hand to satisfy ld ordel
°'g Wen under my hand this 1st day of Au«« t,
A D IK0U W. H. Kelley,
lolu" Sheriff of Kingfisher, county. O. T
First published In Clippb* July 2 . HOC.
Notice for Publication.
Land o®ce at Enid. O. X . JJly „
Notice Is hereby given thai tht
n tuied settler has tiled noMetof Intention
to make anal proof in support olhla clalm and
that said proof will be ma<l« before-th« regis-
ter and receiver of the C. S. land ofllet a%
Enid. O. T , on October lW^lWOO. *1*:
John V. Burt,
for the near sec 26. twp 20. n r 6 welt,
He names the following wltne.se* to prove
hla continuous residence upon and cultivation
"^harles' smlth. William D. MoKeeby. Camp-
bell 9. Christie. John Short, aU of Henneney.
B-IS JAMES B. OUIA'SOU Register,
nrst published In the Ci.ipyitt Ain laix)-
Territory of Oklahoma. County of Kingfisher.
In the Prohau Court.
Estate ot Daniel McJCeever. deceaijd.
Tlie petition of S. P Richardson as the ad-
mlniitrutor ot Hie estate of Daniel McKeever.
deceased, ha vim been presented to thla court,
praying that un order be made, authorizing
said petitioner to sell the whole.
and such parts of the real estate ttwIMI*
said petition the court shall judge neoee-
s,try and benetloial, at private 11
' i .k<i >,nne« frrtm turn Mtltion.
sary ana nracuji®!. r*' , --h't
petring to tbe conrt from %\xcb petltiOB. tbat
ft U necewkry to Bell the whoUi.or *> €
tion of such re i estate for
reasons mentioned insald pe ti *be re for*,
•aid petition will be died herein, tod •
appointed for hearing the wme
And lt is hereby ordered by the eouit. that
a. b. CULLUn, m. d.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Ifoi motei iff)
w. c. stevens,
Ana it bpicu) —•
Ssr irdav the Pth day of September
(it l o'clock v m.. ol auid day, that i
... . .i... canumh p term 1
at i o cioc* p uj . o...v (
of tbe regular September
court.be.and the same la *PPol°it^fs
when .ill person* Int^reetaa '
.directed and required to
_. .k.sx noaM «nr :
4 a day
.ippear before tWt
' *_J.. Aaiili Mk
All calls promptly .tiencled d,,;- ^ night
be Office front rtwmmer I r«ler
dence Frank Hunt propert > \
and bath roois, Farmers & Merchants bank build-
where tou wli! Ond non*'/-
front rooms upstairs.
rHl- Where TOU will And non*'/ 1 *
ttf xH Ji MacOW,
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Miller, L. G. The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 30, 1900, newspaper, August 30, 1900; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104776/m1/4/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.