The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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Tfte Hennessey Clipper
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Elections were held in a num
ber of States last Tuesday, in
some of which there was a very
Great Interest centered in
New York City, Philadelphia and
the State of Ohio.
In New York City the present
Mayor, George U. McClollan was
the Democratic candidate for re
election, against Wra. M. Ivins,
republican, and Win. R. Hearst,
the municipal ownership candi
date Indications pointed to a
close vote between McClellanand
Hearst. The line race made by
Hearst gives prominence to the
question of municipal ownership,
and it is likely to attract much
more attention in city elections
hereafter. It is thought that
Jerome is re-elected prosecuting
attorney—which will bo a satis
faction to thousands outside of
New York City who like such a
terror to law-breakers as Je-
rome has proven himself to be.
In Philadelphia the reform
movement headed by Mayor
Weaver, was successful, and it
appears that the state has elect-
a democrat treasurer. It is a
rebuke to bossiam which had be-
come arrogant and corrupt in
The result in Ohio had been
prophesied for weeks by the
moral element of the state, head
ed by the Churches and the
Anti Saloon League. Gov. Her
nick had proven the friend of the
saloons and gambling fraternity
and had been subservient to Geo.
B. Cox the corrupt republican
boss of Ohio. (Jox gives notice
of his retirement from politics
The governor elect is Pattison,
the president of the Union Cen
tral Life Insurance Co., and a
clear, man and thoroughly coin
petent business man.
Chicago was carried by the
republicans by 20,000 majority.
Massachusetts returns to the
republican column by electing
the governor and state ticket.
The proposed amendment to
the constitution for Maryland,
intended to disfranchise the
negro voters was defeated.
The general indications every-
where are to the effect that
principles and men to enforce
them are what the people «re
after rather than party affilia
A CIIANGf IN Tiff GCYfRNORSNIP
Capt f rant/, of Enid, to Succeed
T. B. Ferguson
Dispatches from Washington
in to-days papers contain the an
nouucement that Governor Fer-
guson will bo succeeded by Rough
Rider Capt. Frantz, a personal
friend of President Roosevelt
when Ciov. Ferguson's term ex
pi res which will be January 13,
1906. Captain Frantz is now In
dian agent at, Pawhuska TJp to
the time the morning papers were
printed to-day neither gentle
man had any intimation that such
appointment would be made, al-
though Gov. Ferguson said he
had no doubt that such is the
case, and Capt. Frantz said he
would accept of the appointment
were tendered him.
Gov. Ferguson lias made a pood
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Hennessey, - - Oklahoma.
CYCLONE AT MOUNTAIN VIEW
Seven Killed and 25 Injured.
Mountain View, Nov. 4.—A dis-
astrous tornado struck this
place! his afternoon at-1:80 o'clock,
killing seven ^persons, seriously
wounding two and injuring many
Foot Ball Game Postponed.
The Kingfisher High School
foot ball team have sent word
that they will not be here to play
next Saturday. No reason has
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
At the close of business, Aupust 25, 1905.
!.oan. n(l Discounts St"Pk
3.009 49 Surplus i.OOO.tO
Overdrafts .. •... '' *' " * " M«u.0 Undivided lToats, net I.WS.IO
United Suites Honda 100.0l4.lt
f> per cent Redemption Fund |.®>0.00
Cash and in Other llanks
m1[ 1156.470 22 totai iiso.it#.*
The above Statement is Correct. E. B. COCKIiELL. t aitiier.
Say partner have you got one
if those Busy Bee graphaphones
others, and destroying n portion gjVen away to the customers of
of the residence distri t
town Few details as to
clean record as a public officer
and will by no means drop out of | Jent of
public sight when he is out of
The Commercial Club met in
the Club rooms Tuesday night' discovered.
be ascertained and as the identi-
fied dead number seven at present
and searching is still going on
among the debris of the wrecked
houses more bodies may yet be
the Ratliff Mer.
and disposed of some business of
importance. Marshal Leddy re-
ported having collected some
$14 CO on membership dues and
that he had turned the same over
to the treasurer, C. II. Miller.
His report was accepted and he
was requested to continue work
of the same kind until he had
seen all the members.
A bill from G. VV. Bear and W.
R. Blackburn for expenses for
work done for the club was pre
senteil and allowed.
The known dead are as follows:
W. T. WHITE.
P. W. CLARK.
MRS. W. M. HOLT AND
J. S. BERKLEY.
The seriously wounded are:
T. I). Dunn.
I. W. Gray.
The residence portion of the
town was the part most serious-
Barred Rock Cockerels for Sale.
For the next two weeks I will
sell at my farm Barred Rock
Cockerels equal to the best in the
country for 50cts apiece. I have
the L. B. Hamilton stock,
B L. Stimmel.
Mrs. McSherry and daughter
Miss Mamie, who have been vis-
iting Mrs. M's parents Martin
Hickey and wife, returned to
their home at Joliet III , today.
Wood for Sale.
I am having timber cut from
my farm (the J. L. Wood worth
j farm at Sheridan) and offer the
.same for sale. See John Hub-
| bard at Sheridan Store, or G. W.
Bear, Hennessey O. T.
ly damaged, scarcely any harm
A communication relative to being done to the business blocks.
forming a single statehood club . Among the buildings most ser-
100 strong at Hennessey with a iously damaged besides itinumer-
view to sending one of the mem- able houses, which were either
bers of said club to Washington completely destroyed or blown,
was read. It is expected that a about badly, are the school house,' ^ alley and an aunt at Anthony
delegation of 1000 persons from two churches, two livery stables,
the territory will thus be sent to one hotel, one cotton gin, and
Washington to advocate state-
hood. The plan met with favor
from those present and further
steps will betaken in the matter
next Tuesday night, at which
meeting there should be a full
Oilier matters of importance
to the town were discussed in a
general way but no definite ac
tion was taken.
Members of the club are urged
to be present at tin* next meeting.
WILL PAY DtPOSirORS
Miss Haz I Roberts left Satur
day for Carmen to visit her aunt
Miss UpdegrMff. From there
she will visit her father at Fair
about twelve dwellings.
The tornado struck Mountain
View from the northwest, de-'
molishing nearly nil of the town
lying north of the Rock Island
railroad tracks. A portion of the
west side of the town was also
There will be the usual Sunday
morning services, preaching by
v Watch it Burn,
Last Saturday we closed the guessing contest on
our big light, which everyone can see the burning
blaze as they pass by our window. There has been a
great number registered, but we are sorry they were
not more. We are satisfied there will be two (only
two) lucky ones. However everything has passed but
we want to tell you we have a big stock of
For this cold weather you will need some t,o make
your house more comfortable. We have most all sizes
if not, remember we cut them to any size you want.
For our cutting is just so easy as sawing wt od, We
have both single and double strength. We never
fail to have Bed Rock Prices.
DINKLER, The Druggist,
• LONG BELL LUMBER CO.
UHBER LIME AND PAINTS.
it pays to trade with us
Estimates Furnished Promptly
R KRATER, Manager.^.
And the evening the
Farmers National cf Kingfisher
Charles Cherry, who
pointed receiver of the
National Bank of Kingfisher
which was closed Tuesday of last
week by the bank examiner, re-
turned to Guthrie from an in-
spection of the bank Monday.
Regarding the condition Mr.
Cherry said: "The bank will
pay up in full and a dividend will
remain for tliestockholders. The
batik was thrown into liquidation
by the examiner in order to pro-
tect the smaller stockholders.
The trouble arose from a tight
for control between the Denver!
stockholders and local parties.
Regular session of the city
Council was held Monday night,
with Councilinen Jones, Hopt
Smith and Oliver present at
Moved by Hope, seconded by
I Oliver that the sum of$i35 00 paid
was ap-1 into the town treasury by William
Farmers Lee be refunded to him. Motion
On motion < f Councilman Jones
the bid of ,1. E. Osborne of 22c
per square foot for street and
alley crossings was accepted.
The town clerk was instructed
by the council to advertise for
bids to build side walks along
Lots 3, 4, "> and 6 Block 56. II, 1
Bible Day program will be ren-
dered by the Sunday School: A
most cordial invitation is extend-
ed to all. ' C M Cline, Past r.
The Hennessey High School
foot ball team played a matte
with the Kingfisher High School
at Kingfisher Isst Saturday and
returned with a triumphant yell
r^jl of 12 to 0 in favor ( f Hennessey.
Is the place to get the
Best Ice Cream
and Ilouie Made Candies. I also handle
Worljl Famous Chocolates and Bon Bons.
c. r. mww, Prop.
fir3 in the eoling
win's addition and Lot
21, Shade's addition.
On motion the bid of Steve
Eads for street and alley cross-
ings was laid on the table.
On motion of Councilman Oliver
Although the bank is solvent it the ordinance governing dray
will not be re-organized. The j lines was ordered enforced,
furniture will be sold and affairs! Reports of A. 11. Lyons, town
will be closed up and depositors clerk, H. E. VanTrees, police
mission contracts in the Farm
Loan Business. I represent the
only company that makes Farm
Loans without any commission of
any kind. Call or write,
F. ti Boling,
Some of our subscribers who
want to pay their subscription in
wood are invited to begin bring
nig it in.
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SPRING VALLEY ITEMS.
Mrs. Emily Smith, of Enid, was
visiting in this vicinity this week.
Mr. Ludvvig went to Kansas,
m. . a i a ' a. a.i ceased, lute of the County of Kinefl>tier and
The protracted meeting at the,Territo.
ed Sundav night.
| First Published hi the Cliqqea Nov I90!V.
Territory of Oklnhtma, /
C unty of KlnKtlsher t ss-
In the Probale Court of s iid Countv
Notice is hereby Kiven that on the Hth day
of November, MX>5. Josie f,amktn. Kosie Tuck-
er and Kosinn Fleming, heirs of Harvey Flem-
ing deceased, filed in said I' ob te Court a
petition praying for partitltn of certu'n real
estate in the estate of Hurvej Fleming, de-
late of the Cour
y of Oklahoma
pi .. i a ci 1 • j i | A nd pursuant to an order of sa'd Probate
L- IIUICII HI ollCriUdll CiOS j Court. Friday the 24th day of November, A.
i 1> 1 vK>f . at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. of sai«!
day. that being a day of the regular Novem-
* * .i r> „ • • ... ;4 j ber term. A. D. IW'ft, of said Probate Court.
1\1 r. ana AllS. JittTIJ imin VINIU'CI as been appointed as the time for the hear-
„-.1 v* T IT" rn i ~ l ing of said petition, when and where any per-
Wltn iVl 1 . Li. Hj 1 OVVtlser.d and son interested nay c« t« a said petition by
family last Sunday.
will be paid in full."
The subjects that will be dis-
cussed at the annual meeting of
the Kingfisher County farmers
institute to be held at Kingfisher
on December 11 and 12, are of
direct and especial importance
to every wide awake, progressive
farmer in the county, and no
person who would be a success
ful farmer can afford to miss this
meeting, no matter what excus-
es he may conjure up for his non-
Death of Our I riend Milt Hull.
The Ingersoll Review came to
us last week with inverted col
umn rules, and a brief notice ap
prised us of the death of the
editor Milton A. Hull an old time
newspaper man and neighbor of
the editor of the Cuppku when
we lived in Birper, Kansas.
Mr. Hull died from the react
tion followingasurgical operation.
He was a man of kindly nature
and gonial disposition. Ourself
and family extend our earnest
and heartfelt sympathy to the
bereaved widow and son in their
lira]) needs to be seen to be
preciated. A dollar gets the
, , . , CuiM'KK one year and the map
water rent were read, accepted i jr(l 1
and 11. Oliver for collectini
and ordered placed on tile
The bills of F. Flummerfelt
and E M. Barnum fur improper
tiling were tabled.
One of our exchanges states
that Prof. Moss has resigned his
position as principal of the Ton
kawa preparatory schools and
lias accepted a position in the
Edmond Normal School.
Another says Prof. ti. 1). Moss
luis resigned as Supt. of the
Mulhall schools and accepted a
professorship in the Agricultural
At Odessa, Russia, last week 1 and Mechanical College at Still-
ilil infurated mob killed 2000 and water.
wounded 25000 Jews. The Jewish j And still another transfers
nation has long been an object of him from Mulhall to Edmond,
hatred and abuse from nations The question the genial pro
far beneath them in ability or fessor's friends want answered,
morals. is: "Professor, where you at?"
If you are not a subscrib
er you are invited to become one.
Moore the youngest
daughter of Robert Moore, form-
erly of this neighborhood was
buried Sunday Nov. 5th at the
Twin Churches. Rev. Arnott
conducted the funeral services.
Mr. Wilson of Oklahoma City,
is looking after his interests here.
James llwynn and family were
visiting his brother Jesse and
ap. wife last Sunday.
Chris Newberry of Guthrie is
the guest of John Crosswhite.
| tllin-.' written opposition thereto on anv legal
ground that anv contestant may be entitled
Witness Jno M. Graham, Jud .'e of the Pro-
bate Coui t. of the County of Kingfisher and
the seai of the Court afllxed the Pth day of
I i^-o vein ber, A D. 19 5.
(seal.) Jno M. Chaham, Probate Judge.
PIQS FOR SALE.
Thoroughbred Poland China
Pedigree with every pig. Finest in the
country at reasonable prices. Come and see
4'/4 miles east and Yt n-ilc north of Hennes
ey. O T , K. F. D. No. 1.
Car load of Apples.
.lust received by C. A. Rogers &
Co. Prices reasonable.
Elder J. M. Bryan and son>
Allen M. Bryan, of Granite came
up Monday morning and are at-
tending the Annual Council of
the Christian Union Churches at |
the Christian Union Chapel (U ^ftn ilavt
miles northwest of Hennessey,
lies ides this they wiil do a whole
lot of visiting and hand shaking
with old friends, of which they
have a multitude in this vicinity.
They report good crops and pros-
perous times in their part of Ok-
John ('. Lin sun nod Edna P.
Ha mil of this vicinity were grant-
ed a marriage license by the
probate Judge last week.
John Henry of Spring Valley is
planning on plastering his house.
Mrs. Smith and daughter!
Norah of Myrtle visited Nettie
Mrs. Frank Candell has opened
a Millinery store in Marshall and
is assisted by May Blakley.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ofSheri
moved on their farm
purchased of Jerry Andrews.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Burge on
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs of
Sheridan and Otis Phillips and
Physician and Surgeon.
Office: Oklahoma Avenue.
Office 'Phone 81. Residence 'Phono 24
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