The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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ERY Day brings us something now
J in Spring Wash Goods until now we
have the best lino of Spring Dress
St - Goods in our little city. We honestly be-
lieve there never has been on display
9^ as well a selected stock as we now are
showing. Our Stock now consists of
the latest patterns of Spider Silks, Shimmer
Silk, Marselline Silks, at IE 4C 4C and CA
cents per yard. " "
I'Of Toulon Novelties at 25c> antl 35
Of Como Suitings at
Drape de Linde at
Ariel Suitings at jgc
Koyaraa, Komura, and Fushan Silks at JQc.
The New Poplin Cloths at ^Qc, and j||c yd.
Ez > Silks at j jc
Mohair Waistings at ££ and ^Qr
Also we have a very fine line of Batiste
Organdies, Dotted Swiss, and Lawns
at prices away down, running from
5' IJ> 8.V 10'- 12Vand 15° i*":
- o 2 yard
We are now selling great quantities of
these wash goods and wlnlo our stock
was and is larger than ever before
we would suggest early purchases as
then you will have tirst choice of the
finest line in Kingfisher county.
We also have a line line of Staple Goods,
such as Puritan Cambrics, Admiral
Percales, Cham brays, Ducks, Cov-
erts, Ginghams, which are selling at
the very lowest prices possible.
Our rooms are now large enough to ac-
commodate our trade in much better
shape than wo have heretofore been
able to do and we will do our very
best to please our trade.
Mens' furnishing Department.
We are showing a full and complete line
of Gentlemens' Furnishing Goods
such as Neckwear, Collars and CulTs,
Shirts, Undergarments, Gloves, Hos-
See our Mens' Fancy I Hose at 25° Per
Also those we are selling at
15c, 2 pr. 25c
The Staples (All Colors) .1 pair for 25'
The Wayne Knit Hose (Seamles) per JS''
We have the latest Spring Styles in
Misses,' Lulies,' and Childrens' Hos-
iery which includes varieties of lace
stripe, white and fancies at popular
We are surely giving some exceeding
good values in our Clothing Depart-
ment judging from the way we are
selling them. If you have not yet
examined our stock of Clothing for
Children, Hoys, Youths, anil Men,
you have not seen the best there is
in the city for the money. It will
surely pay you to give our stock a
look as we know we can save you
Easter is now right here and of course a
New Suit is imperative and wo feel
like we can help you out to a great
extent in making your money go a
long ways in preparing for the event.
We will not undertake to name prices
in this ad. as at the best they will
only give you a vague idea of what
we have to offer.
We have the best selected stock of Groc-
eries in the little city and want to
say we will appreciate it very much
if our people will give us a trial and
we will do our level best to merit
your patronage. We want to in-
crease our business over that of last
year and by so doing vve can sell cor-
respondingly so much cheaper as
volume of business is what makes it
count. We can sell more goods with
the same expense that we now have
so help us to increase our business
and we will sell you the goods at less
prices than ever.
THE BIG RACKET STORE,
Wholesale and Retail, - - CASHION BROS. Props.
He Hewessey Clipper
Entered at the pnstofflce at Hennessey, O. T
as second class mailer.
C. H. MILLER, Kr . a nt) Phoi
SUBSCRIPTION PDICt, $1.00 A YUR.
Canning Factory Tested and
Last Monday was a stirring
day in Hennessey as i,hat was the
timeset for testing tKo machinery
of the new canning factory just
completed at this place. The
buildings and machinery repre-
sent an investment of between
eight thousand and v ine thousand
dollars—the stock being sub-
scribed by farmers and business
men of this place— most of the
stock being owned by farmers.
Some criticism Iiad been made
on account of the plant not being
equipped for cann ing corn anil
peas, some claiming that this
was one of the stipulations in
securing stock holders. Thisques-
tion was gone over thoroughly
between the contractors and
stockholders. The contractors
finally offered to loan the Canning
Company a cutting machine for
canning corn and if after using
it they found it profitable to can
corn he would sell it to them at a
reasonable price. A meeting of
the directors and stockholders
was held in the after noon and the
plant was accepted and received
from the Contractors. The build-
ing Committee consisting of It.
Reynolds, chairman, Fred Miller,
sec'y and M. L. Ingle W. H.
Blackabv and A. W. Henshaw
were discharged, their work
Tne following ljoard of manag-
ers was then elected: J.Jen
Thome, treasurer; Fred Khler,
sec'y; A. W. Westlake, W. O.
Cariner, W. M. Beaman, M. L.
Ingle, W. H. Hlackaby.
The completion of this enter
prise puts an opportunity before
the farmers and fruit growers of
this vicinity. If they co operate
with the men who have put their
money into this factory they will
have a ready market for their
products here at home, but un-
less a systematic effort is made
to supply the factory something
to work on it will fail. It is
reasonable to believe that every
stock-holder will do his part in
where a good many who did not
feel like investing their money
can help, by raising vegetables
and fruit to supply the demand.
BRAKEMAN IN.II'UKD HERE.
While working with his train
at the cattle yards at this place
yesterday morning Frank Bishop
was seriously injured abi lit the
loins anil body by being caught
between the engine and cattle
chute. A physician was called
immediately but as passenger
train No. lii was about due it
was Hugged and the injured man
put on board and taken to the
hospital at El Reno.
A. B. Hamilton, an old citizen
of Hennessey died at his home
here t his morning. He was born
in Kentucky Aug. <>, 1830, and
was thrice married. Of the first
union three sons still live and all
were with their father during his
last illness. He was last married
to Mrs. Augusta A. Ayer, of
Golden City Mo, who survives
him. No children were born of
this union, but Mrs. Hamilton's
son by a former husband was
present during the illness of his
step-father which lasted about
five weeks. Tliedi c >ased entered
the Union Army from Illinois
and served his country faith-
Father Hamilton was converted
when thirty years of age and
united with the Presbyterian
Church. In 1890wlion he moved
into Kansas, lie joined the M. E
Church and was a faithful mem
ber till death. He was very deaf
and it was difficult for liiin to
hear so much so that he said
he had not been able to hear an
entire sermon for 20 years yet
he was a constant and regular
attendant at church and got
great good thereby. During his
illness he called his wife and
three sons and stepson to his
bedside and asked them to place
their hands upon him and lie then
sang "Pass ine not, O Gentle
Savior," and asked them to
promise to meet him in heaven.
I li ? funeral will take place Friday
froiU the M. E Church.
The deceased was 11 member
of the G A. II. and Odd Fellows.
The deceased had been an in-
valid for a number of months.
She leaves a husband, a son and
two daughters, who have the
sympathy of their many friends
in this sad affliction. The funer
al took place from the residence
Thursday afternoon, and was
conducted by Rev. Burgess of
the Congregational church of
which the deceased was a mem
Farm House and Stable Burned.
Tuesday night the farm house
and stable 011 Joe Johns' farm
about 12 miles southeast of Hen-
nessey were d stroyed by fire,
with their contents and about $50
worth of hay near the barn.
The family has been living in
town this winter and most of
their furniture was hero. There
is 110 due to the origin of the fire
but. it is supposed that some one
had appropriated the property
that was still there to their own
use and then set tire to the
The following remain uncalled
for at the postollico March 11,
Harden T. W.
Rogers, Clias. U.
In calling for the above you
will please say advertised and pay
J. A. Felt. Postmaster.
? 7.">.n«3 06
9.7 lr> til
Report of the Condi linn of the
Farmers and Merchants Bank,
at Hennessey, In the Territory of Oklahomi
at the elose of business, March HX)7.
Loans and Discounts
overdrafts, secured and unsecured
Stocks. ltonds. Warrants. etc
Furniture and Fixtures
Duo from Banks -
Checks and Other Cash Items
('ash and Sight Kxchangc,
Capital Stock paid in - - $
Surplus Fund, -
Undivided I'lvflts, loss expenses
and Taxes Paid, .... 2.01
Individual I >e posits sub jcet toeheck, 9r . >2\!. IH
Demand Cert illcates of Deposit. - Ml. ti t.:c
Reserved for taxes, - 110.70
Total, - - - 140.KT-I.42
Territory of Oklahoma, 1
County of King.'lsher. • ss*
I. c c Smith. Cashier, of the above
named Mai:k. do solemnly s\vo;irthat thcahove
statement is true and that said Mink has no
other liabilities and is not endorseronan\ note
or obligation other than that shown in the
above statement, to the best of my knowledge
and belief, so help me God
C. C. SMITH, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this r th
day of March, I'.Kti. \\\ l\ GRIFFIN.
(SF.AL.) Notary Public.
Mv commission expires January :«). 1909.
Coil UK' "r Atitm:
GLEN It SMITH,
.1 YV. SMITH.
One Solid Week, commencing Mon., March 18.
Reeves • -
for the popularity of
Your mother made it; you
still like it, come and get it.
It costs no more than the
other kind and there's a
world of difference.
F.VKKYHODY ELSE KATS IT!
Do you? Take a loaf home
Anil try it, hot or cold.
East Oklahoma Ave.
Jesse (iwynn will hold a pul -
lie sale at his farm 71 miles eas-t
and 2.1 miles north of Hennessey j
on Tl.U'-sday March 21 PJ07; 7 j „ Painting
head ol horses, it head of regis- . ,v ..
tered Short llorn cattle and a lot j and Decorating,
of farm implements will be olfer-! 1 lmveh!"> exrorten.-o t my trud*
eil. (i kokuk Oak I. kv, Auctioneer. I
.1. 11. Hash, Clerk.
HHNNKSSBY. Okl.A ,
I guarantee good work and fair prices
Plays and Spec
15, 25, 35cts
Tickets on Sale at Dinkler's Drug Store.
Death of Mrs t. W Beach.
Mrs. Ella C. Bench, wifo of F.
W. Beach, died at her home
Hennessey, Tuesday, March 12,
this particular but right here is 1 1907, aged 50 years, 3 months, ti
In Memorvof Little Thelma Bescoe
She came in the cold chilly weather
To gladden their hearts once more
When nature was every where smiling
For joy that winter had come.
Itut lo then sweet little I'hclma
Can w alk tins way no more
Site s safe with the Angels in heaven
And walks by that beautiful shore.
For "Of such is the kingdom of heaven."
Our blessed Redeemer has salt!.
Then 1'helma has just gone home
l'o live forever not dead.
She has crossed over the river
To that city where comcth no night
Where sickness can never enter
And our Savior s own face is the llirht.
M Its. ADIUK MATIIKW s.
Notice to Owners
of Morse Colts.
I am prepared to attend to Castration at
one dollar for a sinifle animal. $1.50 for two
J and (M for three at one place Parties
I wanting this kind of work done please notify
J. I\. HOLT, Hennessey.
Three room house and two lots
with well, one block from school
house. Inquire of E. B. Thome,
First published in the Clipper Feb. 21. 1907.
Notice to Creditors.
In the Matter of the Estate of Louis S.
Maddo.x late of County of Kingfisher. Terri-
tory of Oklahoma, deceased.
All persons having claims against said Louis
S. Muddox, deceased, are required to exhibit
the same, with the necessary vouchers.to the
undersigned, duly appointed and quulitb d ad-
ministratrix of said deceased at her home in
Heni.essey. in the County of Kingfisher
and Territory of Oklahoma, and that four
months after theilrst publication >1 this no'ice
has been limited by order of the Probate
<'ourt of said Kingfisher County, us the time
for creditors ol said deceased to e\til bit and
present their claims against said estate.
Dated the 19th day of Februarv I9 ;.
EMMA D M A DIM >X.
Oko. L. llaWMAN. attorney for administratrix
First published in the Clipper Feb. 2H, 1907.
Notice for Publication.
I.iind Ofilop nt Guthrie, Okla., Fell. -27. 1907.
Notice is hereby given thai the following-
named settler has tiled notice of his Intention
to make ti rial proof in support of his claim, and
that siiid proof will be made before 11. N.
Hoard man. IT. s. Court Commissioner at
Okeene, Okla., on April s. urn;, via; Ira M.
Choateof Lacey. Oklahoma, for the SW U
Sec. -j:t. Twp. 19 N. of Range 9. W I. M.
Me names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said land, viz:
Charles I Dow. or Lacey. Okla., Reuben
Mouser, of Lacey. Okla.. Hooert D. Wilson, of
• v. okla.. Robert L. Wiley.of Lacey, i >kla
L. N . HOUSTON.
Millet Seed For Sale.
I have 125 bushels of Golden
Millet for sale at my place A mile
north of Myrtle school house.
Sample can be seen at Farmers
I nion Market House, Hennessey,
where orders can be left.
John A. Tauukrt,
I0t4 Hennessey Star Route,
'1 he Kingfisher Star announces
the issuanccof a marriage license
by Probate Judge Graham to
.lames P. I Johanna of Waurika
and Mrs. Lutitia Keefhaver, of
Hennessey. Mrs. Bohanna's
many friends here will wish her
and her husband ha]>piness in
their new relation.
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