The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 18, 1910 Page: 8 of 8
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FOR A GOOD FARM
OR CIFV FROFFRFY
Have !t For You
I60acrc farm, 80 acres bottom land and 80 acres upland, 110 in
cultivation, 50 acres in pasture, a t*ood 5 room house, basement
barn, good granary for 2000 bu. of grain, 5 miles from town.
A nice home, easy terms price right.
320 acre farm nearly all bottom land all good alfalfa land. 225
acres in cultivation, fenced and cross fenced, two sets of good
improvements. An ideal home, 3 1-2 miles from town
A good quarter section 8 miles from town, 70 acres in cultivation
a good 4 room house, barn for six head of horses and bin room
for 1000 bu. of grain, 2 good wells and windmill. Can sell this
on easy terms
An extra good 160 acre farm, nearly ali in cultivation, soil can't
be beat in this part of the country, 3 miles from town, close to
school. A fine farm and priced cheap. Get busy.
160 acre farm, 100 acres in cultivation, lays fine 60 acres pasture
5 room house, stable, chicken roop, 2 good wells. Th? im-
provements are light, soil good and price away down. $2500
cash and balance on long time, low interest, and easy payments
120 acres 2 1-2 miles from town 80 acres in cultivation, 4o acres
pasture, 2o acres hog tight, plenty fruit, nice 5 room house
good well and windmill, this is a good corn farm and will not
be on sale long at the price
A nice 5 room house close in good well and good neighborhood. This is a nice
home and can be bought cheap for cash or o.i easy terms,
A good 6 room house, 2 blocks from business center good well small stable,
75x140 ft. Must be sold by Sept. 15, cash or easy payments.
A good business property, one of the best locations in Hennessey, will be sold for
cash or one half cash, balance long time low interest. This will pay IN per cent on
purchase price. Act quick
A nice three room house in good condition, 2 lots, fruit and shade trees.
little home, for sale for less than cost (if the house
Good 4 room house and two lots, good stable, cave, plenty fruit, will take part
trade balance cash or long time.
room house, cheap for cash, only 2 blocks from school, good neighborhood.
This is paying 20 per cent on price asked.
A good 4 room house, fine well of water, good stone cave, fruit and shade trees
some out buildings. For sale cheap for cash.
I Office in Rear First
National Bank J31dg
MINES & MURPHY
Hoys and girls fourteen years
of age and over will be granted
examination for admissisn to the
State Agricultural and Mechani-
cal College located at Stillwater
by tFie County Superintendent,
at his office in Kingfisher on
August 25th and 2(Jtli. (Thurs-
day and Friday).
Thecounty superintendent will
issue certificates to those pass-
ing satisfactory examination, and
the certificates will admit to the
A. & M. College classes. These
examinations will save prospec
tive students much expense and
trouble in entering college.
The next session of the college
opens September 5th.
Geo. E. Mooke.
If you want to buy a good farm or city prop-
erty there is no use for you to spend time
hunting for it but simply come to us, for in
our large list of farms and city property you
will find what you want and prices and terms
to suit you. Below we give a list of excellent
farms and city property bargains. Look
them over and then come to us for full
Gov. Haskell Again Defies Courts
Oklahoma City, Okla., Aug. 16.—
Angered by the state officers' re-
fusal to come to Oklahoma City,
Governor Charles N. Haskell issued
a statement saying his proclamation
made Oklahoma City the capital
and the officers must obey, despite
any court's orders and that after
I Monday if the officers don't move
| he will declare their offices vacant
A Big Bargain if Taken Soon
A splendid homein Hennessey,
consisting of a good eight room
bouse, barn, well, cistern, gran,
ary, smokehouse and other
out-buildings, orchard, etc.
Twelve acres of ground with
| eight acres in alfalfa; everything
in good shape, title good, situat-
ed in the southwest part of town,
known as the Duff property, is
worth about $3500.00 but will
make a big cut in price if taken
soon. See me at place or write
me at Hennessey, Okla.
Old papers for sale at this of.
If you are going to purchase a
sewing machine, you cannot
make a mistake in buying a Sing-
er. We instruct with the attach-
ments so you can do your work
in half the time. Office in roar
of National Bank building.
E. E. Farwell, Agent.
A. B. CULLUM, M. D.
Phyiscian and Surgeon.
Office and residence in DouthiU brick bullri-
ng. on South Main St. 1 door north of oyera
Roy V. Wo< i.wink Roland w. Woolwine
Woolwine & Woolwine
Office over First National Bank, Hennessey
At Waukomis Mondays and Thursdays
DR. T, GIPSON,
hennessey, - - Oklahoma
Will treat all diseases of horses and cattle
Special attention to castrating. Will answer
all calls day or night. Office at Hilbish's old
stand. I'hone No. mo. Residence phone No.07
Leave Your Whiskers
Basement Barber Shop
Neat Bath Room in Connection
Dad & Ed, Proprietors
Fourth Annual State Fair
At Oklahoma City, September 27
to October 9, 1910. The great live-
stock, agricultural and industrial
exposition of Oklahoma. Daily ait
ship flights; brilliant horse show;
seventeen departments; great live-
stock show; racing each day ex-
cept Sunday. Send for premium
list and make an exhibit. I. S.
Mahan, Secretary. 4w
For Sale—A good two-room
house and 2.J lots, also acres
of land of which | acre is in
strawberries. Good vineyard at
both places, tf Peter Hapel.
We haven't any. We give the
student his money's worth at all
I seasons. This is proven by the
[great demand we have from the
very best business concerns for
our graduates of bookkeeping
and shorthand. We have had
many more calls for our gradu-
ates to go into positions during
the past GO days- than we have
had graduates to place. The
wido reputation of our institu-
tion for not turning out merely
stenographers and book keepers,
but thoroughly trained office
help makes it impossible for us
to supply the demand from our
large annual enrollment. With
the high grade work we are
doing, and the use of the famous
Byrne Systems, we could place
twice as many students in good
positions. We give almost double
the amount of practical business
training that can be obtained in
any other commercial school.
We do this in the least possible,
time, and at the smallest possible
expense. We work the student j
I hard while at school and make
j them tend strictly to business,
enabling them to complete in the
shortest possible time consist-
ant with thoroughness, thereby
I saving months of time and board,
and at the same time they go
from our school room into the
! business office with a habit of
close application to duty.
For free catalog and full parti
I culars, address Capital City
Business College, Guthrie, Okla.
When you want
your watches or
clocks repaired go
Watch, Clock, and jewelry
Why go about with bagging
trousers and a wrinkled coat when
they can just as well he cleaned
and neatly pressed? Clothes do not
make a man but clean and well
pressed clothes make a man appear
more gentlemanly. We guarantee
our work satisfactory in every er.-
spect and our prices are reasnnah'e
SMITH MARTIN'S PANTORIUM
Opposite the Chicago Bazaar
Res. 303, Third Street
Office: Oklahoma Avenue
Opposite Rhodes Motel
Phonos. Office 1 15. Uesrdcnce 147.
See Us Before Making
'Phone Hines' Real Estate Of-
fice at Our Expense for Dates
To Whom It May Concern
If you are sick and have failed to
find releifin drugs. Hydro-therapy,
Electricity, and mineral water, why
do you suffer? Why don't you con-
sult Dr. R. L. Carrell he removes
the cause of all diseases without
drugs or Surgery and is the only
Ki-ro-prak-tor in Kingfisher county
that understands the System of j
Physiological painless adjustments |
Office first door south of .lor :i
Hotel, phone 165, Hennessey, OI.la. |
Real Estate Agent.
Farms an Pity property for sale or trade,
surance and Farm Loans. Also
Texas Lands for sale.
kear I< armors & Merchants Bank
GOING AFTER THE
You need something to clean up*
disinfect and kill parasites
mm OIP No. 1
will do the work.
EASY TO USE
We have a special book-
let on diseases of Poul
try. Call or write for one.
I >ru<r Store
Ho! for the
Nature is now in her lov-
liest mood in the Northern
woods—it's cool and green.
The streams and lakes are
teeming with bass, "musk-
ies," trout and a variety of
gamy fish, worthy foemen
to try the angler's skill.
The forest aisles are carpeted
with fragrant pine needles,
the deep recesses of the
woods lure one on—the
camping, fishing, are legion.
Take the family with you.
Rock Island Lines
fast trains carry you safely,
quickly and in greatest com-
fort to Chicago, St. Louis,
Minneapolis and St. Paul,
from which excellent con-
nections can be made by
rail or water to any of the
numerous resorts of the
North and East. .
Ask Rock Island
Copy rights Ac.
Anyono sending n sketch and description ma?
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention la probably patentable. Communica-
tions atrictlyconfidential. HANDBOOK on Patents
Bent free. Oldest twenty for securim? patents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
•pedal notice, without charge, iu the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lnrpest, clr-
filiation «>f any sclent lUc Journal. Terms, fit a
year: four months, Bold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36,Uroadwa"- New York
Branch Offlco, (B K St.. Waahluiitun, U. C.
Knttre time devoted to the practice 1
Twenty-live years experience.
Largest Library in Western Okla-
Proprietors of The
Are prepared to do all kinds of hauling promptly at short
notice. Special attention to careful handling of house-
hold goods and furnitu re.
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Sprague, G. E. The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 18, 1910, newspaper, August 18, 1910; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105722/m1/8/: accessed September 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.