The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 26, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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We Now Have a Very Large Stock of New Spring Goods
An d are very anxious to have all our friends and customers to give us a call and give us a chance to show what we have. We waited as long as
possible before buying our wash goods believing we could save money by so doing and have been able to pick up some of the best bargains ever
offered on this class of goods.
We are show-
ing the latest de
signs in Shimmer
Silks, Ezo Silks,
Lawns and Dirni
are being adver
tised very highly
in all the maga
zines and we are
having an excel
lent trade on
them. Price per
Wear better than
Japanese Silk and
Our Line of l-ine Shirts
Is now complete and we are showing some very new things
In soft Negligee shirts we have very many styles at 98c, $1.00,
#1.25 and $1 50.
Also we have a very nicc line of line shirts with detatched
collars to sell at 65c, 75c, $1.00 and up.
Easter will Arrive April iq, and now is the time
To Purchase that Spring Suit.
Our clothing line is now cnuiplete with the best the market
affords. We have a very tine line of Children's Norfolk suits
at $3 00, $;} 50 and up to $5 00
Fine Knickerbocker suits, at $2.50 to $5.00 each.
Our hosiery Department
Is second to none in the county. We have anything desired
from the very cheapest grades up to the finest silk hose. Our
prices are right and the quality is right. Fine black embroid-
ered hose for Ladies at 15c and 25c
Fine black or tan hose, lace stripes at 15c, 25c and 35c
Fine Silk embroidered hose per pair 50c, 75c, and $1.00
Misses black or tan hose, per pair. 15c and 25c
Babies tine gage hose, per pair 15c and 25c
Fine Oxfords for Spring.
Our new line of Oxfords are now in
and are selling very rapidly. We have
the John Strootman line of high grade
Oxfords which are conceded to be the
best in style and workmanship.
Fine Tan Oxfords, button and buckle
at $3.00 and $3 50.
Fine Patent Leather, button on side,
at per pair $3 50.
Fine Kid Oxford**, flexible sole, per
pair $2 50 and $2 75.
Also a complete line of cheaper grades
at, $1 35, $1 75 and $2 00.
For men we have a fine line of patents
at $2.50, $3.00 and $3 50.
Also tine Kid Oxfords at $2.00 $2.50
and $3 00.
We have a few more bushels of Genuine Hinnesota Seed Potatoes at $i .40 per bushel. When these are sold we will have no more this
season so if our customers want, any more for seed we would advise buying them now. We have a few more Onion Sets at 50c per gallon and
will have no more this season.
THE BIG RACKET STORE,
CASHION BROTHERS Props.,
Tl)e Hennessey Clipper
Eatered ai the postoffiee at Hennessey, O. T-.
us second class matter.
C. H. MILLFiR, ED.ANDPROP.
SU 'SCHIPTI0N PRICt, $1.00 A YEAR.
1st and 3d Saturday evevy
month, at Dr Gose's office.
NEX r SATURDAY, APRIL 4.
Do not buy any kind of a gw.ss
without having your eyes ac-
curately tested aud measured.
Finest Ophthalmometer madefor
testing and measuring the eye
No guess work. Reading s lass
es $1 00 up, ground glasses $3.50
up Examination froe.
E. BLRRIGVN, A. B., fjp!i. I).
Graduate University of Michigan md Chicago
We are authorized to ounou'ice || on B. T.
Hainer. of Perry, as u candid' ,ir for the nom-
ination for congres i from tt e First Congres-
sional District, sub.ect to the action, of the
republican voters at the e jwlng primary elec-
President of U niversity Prepara-
JatA? Alleiy was elected presi-
dent of the university prepara-
tory school -at Tonkawa, Friday,
by the sta^.e board of education,
succeeding A. H. Kelley. He is
a graduate of Kingfisher college
at Kingfisher, taught in the
Logan county high school here
after his graduation, and later
served as superintendent of (ity
schools at Hennessey. He re-
signed that position to enter
Harvard for postgraduate work
and is now spending his second
He has always been one of the
roost, prominent athletes in Okla
houia, holding the territorial
tennis championship at, one
time and making agreat football
record in college. He also play-
ed foot ball at Harvard laM fall.
He held a commission as captain
in the Oklahoma national guard
when he left the territory and
was the crack shot of the guard.
Mr. Alley's friends here will
be glad to hear of his election to
the presidency of the Tokawa
Two Convictions for Violating
Last Tuesday a jury found
Otto SocKler guilty of selling
liquor contrary to law at King-
fisher. The penalty is a tine of
not less than $50 and imprison
roent in the county jail not less
than 30 days. The defendant's
attorneys have given notice of
application for a new trial, which
comes up next Monday. If the
new triaJ is not allowed the
sheriff slitiuld see that the decree
of tho court is enforced literally.
Another case of violation of the
liquor law is that of (ius Hollis
who was arrested a few davs ago
011 a charge of conveying liquor
from one place in the territory
to another. He was found by
Marshal Brown at the Kingfisher
depot, carrying a grip. The
marshal suspected that he was
one of the parties who bad robbed
the Wagner Hardware Store, and
following him into the car ar
rested him aud on examining the
grip found 11 pints of whiskey
n it and one pint in his pocket
He was found guilty and will
probably be fined $50 and sent
to jail for 30 days.
Will go in Business Here.
Last week we announced that
John Jones had decided to leave
Hennessey and go into business
for himself at some other point.
Mr. Jones has looked about a
good deal and has finally decided
that Hennessey will do and has
leased the Howald building and
has bought a new stock of Mer
chandise which will begin to ar
rive this week. Mr. Jones's
thorough acquaintance here will
be of great value to linn in en-
gaging in business at this point,
and his large circle of friends
will be glad to have him and his
estimable family retain their
Paynes new house will be a
neat six room cottage.
Lots of improvements going on
in the neighborhood.
Mark Ingle and Ewen Jones
went to Enid last week with a
load of apples.
The Farmers Union are put-
ting in a store at Ingle.sville, Mrs.
Maude Ingle manager.
Mrs. Ida McKissic and Miss
Kate Spomer spent Sunday witli
Mr aud Mrs. J T. Payne.
We understand that Mark
Ingle has rented his fruit farm
to Mr. Crockett.
Bert Wheeler, of Omaha, Neb
raska, is visiting his aunt Mrs.
A. B Payne, also Mr. J. P. Bless"
Spraying is the order of the
day among the farmers and a
good many have their corn plant
Willie Taylor has the mumps.
Hurry up Willie and get, well,
someone is liable to catch the
Mr. Spomer had quite a sur
prise 011 his birthday. A num
ber of friends gathered in with
well filled baskets and loaded the
table with good tilings to eat till
it fairly groaned.
Ernest L. Payne started for
San BVi'.flscisco, California, the
21st We are sorry to see such
a fine young man leave the neigh
borhood He will be missed by
the whole neighborhood especial
ly by his parents His friends
gave him a surprise tlje :J0th, in
his father's new house which is
not yet completed. The even
ins; was spent in games and
music. At the usual hour light
refreshments were served on
shingles. They had not yet
moved in and they had the whole
house to romp in, and all report-
ed a good time.
Will Move to El Reno.
E. B. CocKrell has resigned
his position as Cashier of the |
Fit st National Bank, of Hennes |
sey and was yesterday elected
a director and Cashier of the
First National Bank of El Reno.
Mr. CockrelI has been a citizen |
of Hennessey for about ten years \
allot that time connected with
the banking business. He has
made good progress in his clios-
es field of work and has a bright
future before him. Mr. and
Mrs. Cockrell will be missed by
the people.of Hennessey as they
have taken an interest not only
in business affairs—but have
given of their time to church and
social affairs and their departure
will be regretted by a very large (
circle of friends, who wish them j
well in their new location.
Entire time devoted to the practice
Twenty-tlve years experience
Largest Library In Western Okla-
SIGNS OF SPRING.
FISHING TACKLE f BASE BALL GOODS
These exhibits in Saur's Show Window
within the past week are to remind you
that sp.-ing is here.
Perhaps you may need a tonic or
blood purifier for a run down system. If
so call on
SAUR, THE DRUGGIST,
East Side Main, Hennessey, Okla.
l -*\('K EAST whom you might
-■ influence to come out into the
Harvey Johnson, son of A. C.
Johnson, of Skeleton township,
has returned home form the
M. E. Hospital at Guthrie,
whither he went to undergo an
operation for appendicitis. His
fattier informs us that th« oper-
ation was entirely successful,
yet was performed none too
•' Sunny Outdoor Country"
where you are and be inde-
pendent, quitting the mad scramble
of the city for a glorious, happy LIKE,
instead of mere existence ?
Fj^jOlJBTLKSS you have, and they
IBl m'**d but a little urging to
|yj| make them see the advantages
and Attractions of your local-
ity. We can give them abundant
reasons for making the change. Will
you let us help you ?
BUST write them a letter and say
that you have asked the Rock
Island to send them a b«>ok
about your state containing
pictures an 1 information that they
ought to see and read. Then write
me a postal and give me their name or
names and addresses and I will "do the
rest." Isn't this suggestion worth
acting upon ? Why not do it now P
There is no cost but the postage.
PM acnger 'I * ruffle Muniigfr,
Rock Inland Lines,
First Published In the Clippbk Match 12. 1098
Notice Is hereby divert that at a session of ,
the board of Commissioners, or Kintftlsiier.
county. Okl ihwrn t. held on the 4th day of j
March. A. I) IVWH, a petetlon signed bv a S
11 utton and others of //enness* v and Center
Townships askin ' for a view anl a survey for
the purpose of locating • certain County Road,
described us follows Commencing ut the halt
section line on the north side of Sec No 25,
T 19. K 7. VV. I vi aud running theuee south
on the half section line t hrough Sec 25 und 3U
of T ill, K. 7 and continuing south through'
Sec. No l,T. irt.lt 7. aud tenn uating at the
half section line on the south side of Sec I T.
ix. R. 7. was presented und that Henton
States. Win M He iman und Jacob Weisbend-
er Viewers, and County Surveyor, will meet
ut the place of beginning of said road, on the
1st, day or April A D. I9U8 at i o'clock 1*. M of
saitl day. and proceed to view,and survey said
road, and give all parties a hearing.
Done by order of the hoard of Commission-
ers Of Kingfisher County, Oklahoma
(jRO 1> WOOD WORTH
County Clerk und Clerk of suld Hoard.
First published In the CI pper, Mar. 5, 1908.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior. Land Office at
Outhrle. Oklahoma, March t 191/8.
Notice Is hereby glv *n that Area L. Hare,
of Hennessey, Oklahoma, has tiled notice of
his Intention to make final ttve year proof in
support of his claim, viz: Homestead Eotry
No. 20652, mude April 13, 1901, for the north-
west quarter, section 28. township 19 N. range
8 W. 1 AI . und that said proof will be made
before Clerk of District Court, at Kingfisher,
Oklahoma, on April 13. I9ub
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultH atlon
of. the land, via:
John T Lynn, of Hennessey. Okiuhoma;
Aurelious I. Diumond, Hennessey, Oklahoma;
Lyman T. Hlcku*an, of Hennessey. Oklahoma,
Churles T. McKee, of Hennessey, Oklahoma.
13631 L N HOUSTON.
(First published in The Clipper, Mar 5,1908.)
Notice to Creditors.
In the Matter or the Estate of James n.
Curtis, late or the «'ounty of Klngtlsher.
State or Oklahoma, deceased.
All persons having claims against said James
C t'urtis, deceased, are required • exhibit
the same with the necessary vouchers, to the
undersigned, duly appointed and qualified ad-
ministrator or said deceased, at his office or at
the office or R W Wylie in Hennessey, in the
County or Kingfisher and state of oklahoma,
aud that tour months after the first publica-
tion or this notice has been II ■ lied by order
or the County Court or said Kingfisher County
:is the time tor creditors or said deceased to
exhibit and present their claims against said
Dated the 29th dav or February 1908.
A W WES TLA KE,
C H. Sperry has disposed of
his interest in the South Main
Street feed yard to C. P. Lamb,
who in turn has sold to J. D
llallingshead who thus becomes
First Published In the OLiPP*n, March 12, 1908.
State of Oklahoma. ♦
County of Klngtlsher ( 3
In the District Court
Samuel Thomson, Plaintiff
Ralph Pratt, Campbell Pratt. Charles D Pratt,
Wtimer Pratt, Virgil Pratt and Mary Pratt,
children or Afary rratt, deceused. All the
heirs und devisees of Mary Pratt, deceased,
names unknown All the heirs and devisees
of Betlie W Thomson, deceased, names
Stute of Oklahoma To said derendauts.
You and each of you will take notice that
vou have been sued iu the above entitled ac-
tion in the above entitled court, aud that un-
less you auHwer, demur or otherwise plead to
the petition of the said plaintiff tiled therein
on or before the 23rd day of April, A D 1908,
(he said petition will be taken as true and
judgment will be rendered accordingly MMB|(
you and each of you, decreeing the said plain-
tiff to be the owner. In fee simple, of the fol-
lowing described real property lying and sit-
uate In the County of Klngtlsher, State of
Oklahoma, to-wlt: The southeast quarter of
section six, in Township nineteen, north of
range five. W I M and that the title to the
same be quieted In him as against you or any or
each of you and such other, further and dif-
ferent relief as is just aud equltrble In the
Dated this 10th day of March. A D I9CB,
[SEAL] UEOKUK H LAINU,
Clerk of the District Court.
W. L Mf>ORE, Attoiucy for Plaintiff.
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Miller, C. H. The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 26, 1908, newspaper, March 26, 1908; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105596/m1/4/: accessed September 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.