The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 30, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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Low Prices Still Rule Throughout Our Store!
We. are still giving Bargain Prices on everything in heavy goods for Winter use such as Underwear, Duck Coats, Comforts,
Blankets, Men's Overcoats, Winter Suits, etc. We are determined to make a clean sweep and turn all our winter goods into cash.
$8.98 will buy a good heavy Beaver overcoat worth 12.50
$9.50 will buy a good Cravanette worth 12.50
$13.98 will buy the best $8 " in Hennessey.
$9.48 will buy any 12.50 suit in our store.
$11.25 will buy any 15.00 all-wool suit in our store
$3.98 will buy any 5.00 or 6.00 boys suit we have.
$2. 48 will buy any 3.50 boys' suit we have.
LOW PRICES ON ALL HEN'S MATS.
We are selling our men's $1 75 and $■_ Hate now for $1.39
We are selling our men's X2 25 and #2 50 hats now $1.98
Big reduction on all our men's and boys' winter caps.
REDUCED PRICES ON SHOES.
We have added to our already large stock of Ladies' Fine CA cn
Shoes the Hamilton-Brown American Lady Shoe at *0*'"'
This Shoe needs no comment as it is recognized as the
leading shoe for style and durability. You will do
well by seeing this shoe as it is guaranteed to please
and give satisfaction.
We also have the Gudtnan Shoe which is unexcelled for wear at the
prices We have them made up in all styles and prices, from
$1.75, $1.98, $2.25 and $2.50.
In Men's Shoes we have the Sunflower Shoes for hard wear at
$2.75, $3 00, $3 25 and $3 50.
Also for dress shoes we have the Harlow Shoe that is the very best
in style and workmanship. Priced at $3 50 and $4.00.
BLANKETS AND COHFORTS.
We are selling our $1 25 comforts now for 98c
Home-made comforts filled with genuine cotton, now $2.00
AII-Wool blankets from 3.50, 3.75 and 3.98
LADIES' LONG COATS.
We have done remarkably well on Ladies' coats this season,
having only a few numbers left, and these will be sold
at your own price. We don't want a single one left, as
We want to start next season with an entirely new line
You choice of any we have left for
We have an elegant line of Ladies and Misses skirts priced away
down. Nearly every skirt we have is of the latest designs and
cloth and a special low price of $5.00 is being made on these
high grade skirts.
We are leaders in good things to eat. We
sell nothing but the best in Fancy Grocereis.
Everything neat and clean. No dirt. No filth.
Give us your orders and you will be more than
satisfied with our dealings. Give us a trial and
we will prove it.
The Big Racket Store
Wholesale and Retail Cashion Bros., Props.
Tl?e Hennessey Clipper
Entered at the postofflee at Hennessey, O. T.
us second cluss mutter.
C. H. MIIJI.KH, KC. ANDFHOI1
SUBSCRIPTION PRICt, $1.00 A YEAR.
Surprised Their Comrade.
Editor Clippek: Permit me
through your valuable paper to
thank the old veterans and their
wives, and widows of the war
veterans, for their most noble
and generous reception they gave
me on the evening of the anniver-
sary of my 85th birthday. Just
after the electric light was lit up
for the first time on the corner
opposite my home and I was ad
miring its effect and grand ap
|*arance on the streets, I con
eluded to retire for the night "Dock" Hive e
and juat a- I was going k> bed I C,lere i'ast season, while Mr
heard a rumpus at the door an.;V"d u''8 ty™ a,H' dau«hte';
' -have been Jiving on a rented
consolation of doing his duty as
citizen soldier, and to the rising
generation and his Creator.
After retiring last night the
electric light shining through
the house had the effect the
camp lire has on the old soldier,
when he retires at night after a
hard day's march, and 1 very
quickly fell asleep with the
sweet sleep of rest and happiness
and peace, and did notawake un
til broatl daylight. My prayer
is that God will bless you and
.vou may enjoy peace and happi
ness for many long years to
^ our old comrade and fr>end,
A. B. Payne's Farm Residence
Last Friday night the house
on the farm of A. B. Payne,
twelve miles southeast of Hen
nessey iu Union township, was
Uestroyec1 by tire, including its
I'onteuts. tlis sons, Earnest and
Dock" Hive been batching
before 1 could finish dressing
the old boys and their wives tiled
into the house and packed it as
full as you couid pack a box of
sardines. Was it a coincidence
or was it plan lined to light the
crowd to my humble home? T* .<
electric light lit up the housf g
it was as light as day p jt
seemed to have the shw . efl'ojt
on the audience. Th' . bright
smiling faces and , ood clhier
H.,d hearty greeting s wil, last
and impress me a1 ,vayS. -pis
!-aid it gives a ' person more
pleasure to give ? (od gift8 than
to receive the-j,. if thttt be true
lny many ol A fr ends must have
had a moc.t r0fr ,8hin(f sleep and
J) easa ( drear iSi after retiring
<* r honor I hope and pray
1 sax I car. assure you, not
for many a year have I spent a
more agrv a* ble evening. Your
happy, to jut „eous, cordial greet
ing will «aver be a source of
pleas ure tome. Notwiihstand-
"g the many trials ana hard
fct* 'Ps t soldier passes through if
no is u true American citizen.
lurir. near Enid The latter
wave getting ready to return to
th'e farm this spring in order to
t? He care • >! their large black
I" erry patch, and had already
moved corjjidorable of their
I furniture and household effects
! back to the farm. The youngest
son was recently married, but
was at the .tjome of his parents
near Enid, sick at the time of
the tire. Earnest, in company
witli some of the neighbor boys
lockfsd up the house and went
over to a neighbors, a little over
a quarter of a mile away about
4 o'clock that evening, looking
after the tire in the stove care
fully before leaving A little
before 9 o'clock one of the fam
ily w here .'le was visiting step
ped out of doors and saw the
ilamesand gave the alarm but
by the time Earnest got there the
roof was falling in He entered
tl>.« house, finding the door un
licked, but could not save any-
thing on account of the flames.
AU the boys clothing except
what they were wearing was
burned. What was the origin of
the tire? That is a mystery.
This is the second tire in that
neighborhood within two years.
Mr. Payne's loss is several bun
dred dollars. Fortunately his
spread of the tire to other build-
ings and to his blackberry patch
where the loss might have been
A. C. Grace was born in flamp
shire County, Virginia, July 27,
18R1, and died in Hennessey,
Oklahoma, January 26, 1908. On
February 4, 1888 he was united
to Mary Rhodes near Humph
reys, Mo. Of this union there
were three children two of whom
He came to Oklahoma ten years
ago. As will be remembered,
his father and mother died on
the same day a year ago this
month the 20th of January. Be
sides the wife and children he
leaves a brother W. M. Grace,,
and two sisters, Mrs J J. Beal
and Mrs. M. A. Swank who
mourn a loving brother, a devot
ed husband and father. Mi-
Grace professed a faiih in Christ
as hisSa"iour and regretted that
he had left the final decision in
this deeply importaut matter till
so late He urged those near
to him not to defer this matter
but to attend to it while there
was yet time. *
Hens! Hens! Hens!
Hennessey Produce Co. wants
your hens and turkevs, and wil]
pav highest market price at
Kemper's old stand.
A S. HUTTON, successful
auctioneer for over 20 years, sol
icits your business. Watch or
card in this paper.
R. 3 Hennessey, Okla.
"icu uiHiais. rui tuiicitciy ins
io> At., to fays country he has the. son's arrival prevented the
Proceedings of the Commission-
Log n, Snow & Co. mdse Green-
wood Home jo W It) 96
W J Steele, telephone service 44 15 41 16
CI. II Wood worth, preparing t om
proceedings lis <o 1ft 00
.1 H Chamberlain, services Jailor «2 00 92 00
W. S Whlrlow. ser Insanity board 5 0u 6 ot>
G. D Barnard J: Co one two-blade
A H Showalter A Co by Garrison 1070 10 70
C D Mauk. coffin. Continued
H L Miles, road and bridge work 16 00 16 00
J A. Lhidsiy, special meeting
and mileage 12 40 12 40
H L Miles, special meeting and
mileage il 46 H 46
J A Lindsay, road uud bridge _
work 13 20 18 20
Dennis Downing, road aud brKlge
woik II SO ll HO
Dennis Downing, special meeting
and mileage 7 60 7 50
j. A. Lindsay, work Greenwood
Horn#' 9 00 9 00 I
Board adjourned to meet January 8.
H, L. Milks, Chairman. !
G. H. Woodworth, County Clerk.
Kingfisher, Okla .January 8, 1908.
Board met pursuant to adjournment, all
members of the board present.
J. A. Uverstreet, M. D, was nominated by
Mr Downing, physiciun member of the Insau-
Ity Board and appointed by the board
N Rector M D . was nominated by H L
Miles, us physician oa the Board of Health,
and appointed by the board.
The depository bond of the First National
Bank of Cashion, was examined and approved.
The depository bond of the First National
Bank of Kingfisher was examined and approv-
The official bonds of the following township
Paul Lnrsen, Union township.
W. C Kudd. Logan township.
Charles Waters, Otter township
Frank Young. Skeleton township.
Geo V. Spindel, Banner township.
The official bonds of the followlug town-
ship treasurers apdroved
Geo. V. Smith, Lacey t wn ship.
Forest W. Barnes. Columbia township
JohnG. Taggart. Sherman township
Henry Overfelt. Skeleton township,
('has. Baker, Park township.
R. P. Strelt, Excelsior township.
R Clements. Union township
John Bet/., River township
The following bonds for justices of the
Geo Phillips. Cooper.
Robert Rounds, Sherman.
Stephen Fads. Reserve
D D. Slocutn, Downs.
B K Bozarth, Coronado.
Bond of J. W. McClelland, assessor for
Grant township approved
Bond of Joht Hasley, constable, Logan
On petition D. D. Slocum was appointed
justice of the peace in Downs township.
Bondof J. S. Patrick, as treasurer of King-
fisher county approved
On the showing of J Collins. It Is ordered
by the board that Delinquent Tax Certificate
No wv! sale of 1899. be cancelled on the de
Unquent tux record by the County Clerk.
On petition of L. H Walker. W L McNulty
was appointed treasurer and Geo. Seneker,
clerk for Forrest towiishtp
Ordered by the boa rd that the tax on
the nw ^ 9-17-9 Otter township, be re-extend-
ed on the tux roll dividing the same as follows
A. Crumbly the north 100 acres and Lizzie
Logan the south do acres
H. L. Milks. Chairman.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the board
that lotsfl and 7, Sec. 4-17-7, was erroneously
asses«,ed for the year 1907, the said land not
being proved up at the time of assessment Itls
ordered that the tax for said year be cancel-
led by the clerk.
H L Mu.en. Chairman.
It appears on the showing of J S Scott
assessor of Kingfisher City, that the valuation
on the personal property of the Worl Grain
Co., was erroneously entered on the assess-
ment roll und 19 ordered that the assessed
valuation of the same be reduced to||-J9.00
aud so exteuded on the tax roll by the Coun
. H. L Mii.ks, Chairman
It Is ordered on the recommendation of J
S. Scott, assessor . that the assessor's valua-
tion on lot 12, block 8, Kingfisher City, be re-
duced to ti .000 ou aud so extended on the tax
roll by the County Clerk.
H. L. Mii.ks. chairman
It Is or dered, ou the recommendation of J
8.Scott, asacssor, thut the assessors valuation
What about Spring work 1
Now is a good time for the farmer
to be considering what kind of
he intends to purchase for the com-
ing season. We have everything
of this kind you need and invite
you to coine in and see our line.
MASURY'S READY-MIXED PAINTS for House or Rarn.
Are not excelled for finish or wearing qualities.
W. N. SNOOK, Hennessey, Okl#.
on lots 4. r and 0. block 39, Kingfisher City, be
reduced to $3<J 00 and so extended on the tax
roll by the County Clerk.
H. L. Milks, Chairman.
On the recommendation of L. H. Fash,
assessor In Cimmaron township, it is ordered
that the assessors valuation of ne 18-17-7
be reduced from 1320 to 4220, und so extended
by the County Clerk.
On recon ir.ei.dution of G S Pnin. assessor
Hennessey C ty it Is ordered than the assess-
ors valuation on lot 14 block 10, In the City of
Hennessey be reduced to ¥ 10 00.
H. L Miles. Chairman.
Chairman Miles nominated Joseph Robb for
Court House janitor. Mr Lindsay nominated
Allen Whitchurch, and Mr. Downing placed
in nomination Robert Porter. A vote result-
ed In no choice and the matter was continued.
The proceedings of this meeting were read
H L. MlLBS, Chairman.
Attest G H. Woodwohth. County Clerk.
Board adjourned to meet the first Monday
In February, I9C8.
First published in tne Clipper Jan 23. 1008.
Notice of Settlement of Account
State of Oklahoma, (
County of Kingfisher,(
In the County Court
In the matter of the estate of P T. Grace,
Notice Is hereby given that J W Smith
the duly appointed and qualified administra-
tor of the estate of P T Grace, defeased
has rendered and presented for sa ti lenient,
and filed in said eourt an account and re
port of his administration as such administra-
tor from Kebiuarv .'1st 190? to January 21,
1908. representing tha' a portion of said es-
tate Is ready for distribution and I hat Friday
the 7th day of Kebruiirv A ll iwtn being a
day of a regular term of said court to-wlt of
iheJ tnutry A I) Iftnn term of said court, at
£ o'clock in thn afternoon (if said day
In the County Court room In the city of
Kinyfl diT in the suid County of Kingfisher
and State of Oklahoma has been duly ap-
pointed by the said eourt for the settlement
of aid s'-<*ourit at which time and plaee
any person interested in said estate may ap-
pear and llle his emeptlou* In writing to the
SftOirunt wnd eontest the ' nine.
In lemirnonv Wliereof | have hereunto
set inv hand aud affiled the seal of said
court this (1st day of January A D 1908.
(HICALJ J NO M GRAHAM,
< onnty Judge.
W. L. Moore, Att'y for Adui,
I First published in the Clipper t ee 2d, 1907.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior.
Land Office at Guthrie, okla.. Dee. is. 1907
Notice is hereby given thut Bdward K
Armstrong of R K D. No. 1. Hennessey okla
has filed notice of his intention to mal e linul
five year proof In support or his claim, viz.:
Homestead Entry No made Sept • *
1902 for the K'y. NW,. |„,,s | ;in,j • . St e'tiOD
19 lownship 19 N. Rsink'e w. 1 M ., that
said proof will be made before Clerk .,f
the District Court, at Kingfisher. Okla. ou
He names the following witnesses to drove
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
or. the land. vi/.
Jacob M Kemp or Hennessey. Okla . Richard
B nduiK or Hi'iiiiessfy, , jVre., iuh .1 A«h-
baugh ol Hennessey. Okla.. Stephen a Car-
ried of Hennessey, < >kla
L. N. HOUSTON.
I First published in the Clipper. Jan. 23, I908.J
Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the estate ofKlihu Wilson,
'"ff .ol County ol Kingfisher, State or
A11 persons having claims against said Mi-
nu VV iison. deceused. are required t«> ex-
hibit the same, with the necessary vouchers
to the undersigned, duly appointed and qu-.U-
t'ed administrator or said deceased at the
law office or W L Moore, Hennessey, in the
County or Kingfisher and State of Oklahoma
and that four rn uths after the first publica-
tion of this notice has been limited by order
of the County Courtor sa d Kingfisher Coun-
ty. as thetime for creditors of said deceased
to evhibit and present their claims against
Dated this 23 day of January. 1908.
, „ Administrator.
W L Moore. Att'y.
First published in The Clippeu Jan 2:1, |9.j8.
Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the estate of Fanny
• late of the County of Klngtteher.
of Oklahoma' ilecnm. .! •
. ...v. ... vu*r V iHiniv '
State of oklahoma deceased
All persons having culms >u"ulnst
ranny rusa. deceased, are required to ex-
hibit the same, with the necessary vouchers,
to the nnderslgncd, duly uppointed and qual-
ifled Administrator of the estate of said de-
ceased at the law office or W L Moore in
Hennesev.m the County or Kingfisher and
state or Oklahoma, and that four months
after the firm publication of this notice has
beer U nited by order or the County Court of
lvnn/tishei County, us the t tme for creditors
of said deceused to exhibit and present their
claims against said estate
Dated the 22nd day of January 1908.
W. L. Moore, Att'y. h
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Miller, C. H. The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 30, 1908, newspaper, January 30, 1908; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105588/m1/4/: accessed March 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.