The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1901 Page: 8 of 8

Freeman E. Miller, poet lau-
i reat c l Oklahoma, recited his
stem>typed verse in a single
statehood speech.
Every Indian territory single
■ statehood advociite spoke ol the
Red Mot after the Oklahoma schoo 0k|.tlloIllit st.i,00l luntl and edu-
Funds Speeches Galore and all (..lli(iIlll,
advantages which they
About School funds and "°0'n9 (>oul(1 n((t enjoy unless admitted
Oklahoma All Business Men
Against Union
I Vcmi Kl Keno Uneiioiin.
as one stab
! The business men of Musko-
gee, Eufaula and South McAles-
ter are against single statehood
Muskogee, 1. 1., N"v' ! almost unanimously.
There were about -«M1 delegates j 'pi„>v si,v the tinancial condi-
,,resent to-day at the single state- ^ ^ territory is s<.
hood convention, seventy-live ot
Books Free!
With no draw=back to the proposi-
The CLIPPER has over $1000 due it on back
subirfpUon. In order to secure this amount and
at once we make the following offer.
To Every Old Subscriber
unsettled that single statehood
at this time would be detriment
al to the citizens of the Indian
territory, excepting the politic-
The banks of Muskogee
. ... ! tin* financial institutions are un-
! (|na 1 itiedly against single
1 hood.
wlucli were from <
The west side of Oku
represented as follows:
K. B. Forest of Canadian
county: Pat Nagle and Prof.
Halo of Kingfisher: .1. B. Fergu-
son of Garfield: U. A.
and Louis Williams of Washitt
Robert .1. Ray, Mayor Ross, Roy
Williams, 1). R. Jacobs, Prouty
and Gorman of Comanche. ; y.|S put on a new train known
Colonel Roy Hofl man said 1h:l1 , ils t|„, "Oklahoma Limited" be
Oklahoma came awooing t ie tween oklahoma City and Kansas ;
Indian Territory and in return ^ fastest and
„f l„.r ||)V« Okhihi'iiiH offered l"'r;Hll(;st I tn,i„ out iitOkln-
a quill'trr .if a million dollars lH'''.h(1||m (m. Kansas City. St. Willis
•VtM,' i" '""•1 ami phis'
I woliundi'ed tl.nnsam .1,.liars |jhllU,.d"l™v,.,
build ii capitol within the present
Who pays up his back subscription and for
one year in advance, we will give one of the fol-
lowing books.
To Every New Subscriber
Who pays one year in advance we make the
same proposition
The Books
re Cloth Bound, handsome volumes and are
standard works by the best authors We will
guarantee every one of them to be worth
LIST OF B< >< )KS:
Dick's Sweatheart
A Marriage at Sea
boundary of the Indian Territory
That from a political stand-
p >int there really was 110 politics
connected with it. that is,he said
as far as the delegates to this
convention is concerned.
Roy made quite a pleasant ad-
dress of welcome but all through
it, was scattered the probability
of one state electing two demo-
cratic senators.
Th" temporary chairman in
his address said if we were not!ar
admitted as one state, where
will the children of the Indian
Territory get their education and
that the state must
revenues from th
Oklahoma City at (5:10 P.M.,arriv- j Egyptian Pri
ing at Kansas City at
lllf. — :42 next Scarlet Letter
morning, St. Louis P.M. and Blind Love
Memphis r>:i>0 P.M. It consists Children of the
of baggage car, three <:!) chair | Quo Vadis
cars, and (1) Pullman. The Pull j Anderson's Fairy 1 ales
man sleeper an ' one chair car j Alice in Wonderland
goes through to Kansas City with- j Mildred Trevanion
out change,one chair car through |^uttim
to St. Louis, and one through to i Come in a„d take your choice. If you desire to
Memphis. The return tram mai| inc,ude j() cents for postage.
leaves kansas C lty at i ■ ^ MI1 , CL> p
Mystery of Orcival
Thorns and Orange Blossoms
Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow
Beyond Pardon
Woman Against Woman
Jean Val .lean
Last Days of Pompeii
Ships that Pass in the Night
Dora Tin>rne
Rob Roy
Prince of the House of David
Oklahoma City at l< -.jr>
A. M.
Further information regard-
ing rates, time,etc. will be cheei
derive its fully given by any Frisco System
patented Agent or the undersigned,
s of Western Oklahoma and '*• K l>i*N'N,
the only purpose for which j District Passenger Age.H,
1 hey want to be admitted as one j Wichita Kansas.
State is to get the benetit ol our Wi!1 Ij(>^U(. luls l>hleetl a
school funds. n).|Stor \u |,js place ol
Turner of Vinita wanted to
G. MILLER, Editor.
Hennessey, Okla
know whether the two terri-
tories were to be amalgamated
and resolute or menioralize.
The convention advised him
that they were to memorialize.
(ioveruor Barnes suggested
that the practical thing to do was
in the p<>st-office.
Rob Hi
an L C Smi
Annex Pool
iach will raftle oft
i shot gun ill the
Saturday after
HELLO 'Phone 23.
If y011 want to move, want a trunk delivered, want a
cord of wood, in fact il you want anything, tall up I
•2S. and your wants will be quickly supplied, by
E. fl. Barnum, Prop.
( Ml'n
Clark A: Liddh
("has. K. McKiuley
tisher Okla., is agent
Harry Lane returned from th. u.......
foot ball game at Pond Creek on Millison Office SuppK
to send a delegation to Washing- ^ i f,.mn m little Wichita Kans When
ton to present the claims of tli
statehood before the <
the early evening tram, a
indisposed, He is all right now.
f King
or the
Co. of
Wichita Kans When you want
a Typewriter or Typewriter sup
Items under the itbove hen.t will he |.uhli>l.e.l
one week free tif chiirue to t'l.H'i-KU
subscribers nnl \
.1 IKl^V
iti'd States
Indian Tor
upon, siig-
ot a nieinber
of the house illld senati
Thomas of the ' nit
distriot cthirt ot tli
ritory being callet
gi'sted that he was
of the coil vent ion, but he was ill
ways known to hive decidei
opinions and not a I raid to ex
press them, and he wib in
of double statehood, but i
o-ivss would not give us double
statehood, that he was in favor of
single statehood.
Albert Westlake ba-
the house from his lot>
lioimi Avenue two blot
He will likeh build a
011 < )kla-
1\ s south,
new one
call on or
New illld second
on lit 11 it I 1 i r 111 s.
VV \ S'l'K.l
lllvi' . A pi ! v
W \NTKI> 'I'
1 nil-'1 reMite; .
\\ \ N"l' I 1 > V
To sell horsi
lis oltli
Ml* t fjlflc S; | tin* for
nt t wo unfurnished n
\ pply sit the < 1 1 ppkb
I!, K
I)uring tlie Pond Creel;
• rt Waller is reported t
favor gone groggy a
011 his craniim
low's tist or boot bet
binls have ceased 1
ga me
I i;t ve
or ;i st iirdy liltiw
from some lei
hit tin
ig and
Bert's got Ins pipe a'goin again. j i)(.t>n inanaj
Miiuk, one of the old I:
marks of Dover died at his ho
| at that place Monday.
Mauk Wiis well known ami
liked all over the country,
j was for several years the
lager of the Block lumber
j at" that place but recently
>r for it new conip

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