The Hennessey Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, February 2, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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fubllrdiod every Friday 'it Howie*
soy, Oklahoma Territory.
*1.<>0 I'k.r ykau
15. WEES N Kit f viii'i" cs
A- TANtSEL, I
Fill PAY, FEB. 1*04.
K. K. l)avi* Auctjneer.
ITue Acme cough syrup.
See W. J. Stevens for all kinds
of field seeds.
The U. A. K. Hotel is for rent.
jh jt J. K. Sims, Prop.
Val Johnson, Vetcrnary Surgeon,
at Stevens* Barn. jf-3-tf
Bring your Job work to the I)km-
L. A. King, of Waukomis, was
on our streets Wednesday.
Use the Boss Injection sure
cure, 60 cent buttles for wale by F.
A. Dinkier. I J "'.in
List your lands for Hale w itli
W cornier TaiiHol,
Cabinets $2,00 per tlo/.on.
Anyone minting Claims call on
the city Marshal, and ho will loeate
you. u -tf
The World's fair has closed but
you can get the best drugs of C, L.
Mr. Phillips, of Haddam, Kiit,
an old acquaintance of Mr. Tansel,
of the Dkmo< uat, came in on Tues
day's train, prospecting.
Mrs Johu Smith, who has been
visiting her parents in Darlington,
\\ iseons.n,for the past six weeks,
returned t< HtJinesncy Saturday
John S. Wot;nn, formerly general
agent of the Mi t'ormi- k 11 :irv• ting
Machine C« ., of Si. / >"j'h, Mo.,
haa ino.eil his family to llrnnessey
and will make it hi* future home.
Mrs. Ilonn-r Pain's mother from
Lincoln, Neb., came to visit her
daughter. She arrived the night It | Sunday at :2 p
was so cold last week and <;itight a I y1'®'*4 aKc
cold and lias not felt well sirx
trust she will feel no worse, b
a pleasant visit.
Joseph Hobb, a Well Known col-
ored man, living a few miles west
of town, died last Wednesday even
ing at 7 o'clock of lung fever. Mr.
Hobb was just in the prime of life
ami his death was a severe blow to
his wife and relatives. He leaves
The Kingfisher Free Prees com
pany was chartered yesterday with
#10,000 capital. The incorporators
are J. V. Admire, Win. (2rimes,
A. J. Soay, F. L. Winkler, W. F.
I Dort, W. W. Noffsingei and .lames
L. Admire. Success to the Free
Hour, Grain, May and field
I have jiitft received two ears of
Nebraska corn, one ear of Hour ami
I "00 bushels of seed oats that is to
be sold at bargains. If you want
Hour by the sack « r in job lots you
want to *eo me. My stock is fresh
ami warranted us represented.
\V. J. Stkvkns.
West Oklahoma Avenue.
1 w U7. read in pece in the derao-
Krat last weke that sort uv wokc
me up. The pece wuz rote hi a
feller in our uaburhood, an tolls us
fanners at>out the snap sum uv us
have got into bi by in ahed uv our
| meens. Thairs a good dool uv
I trooth in w hat the feller sea, but
Pd a rather hav had some wun uv
leddicashun tu tel us listed uv a
feller that haint no good in orthog-
erfy. I'll jest Ik* doggoiiotl et i
wont bet 10 cents that 1 ken beet
low citizen Dade Kyle,) died very j that feller spellin, an I never went
suddenly last Saturday morning, of tu skule more'n 3 days in mi life,
heart disease. He was hurried on b'gosh. I kno the hull family of
n. Mr. Kyle was the Ureses, and tha wuz uv no
nida leading citi akouiit ok sept the gurls, tha wuz
,,, 'f his neighborhood. The news oil rite till tha tuk a noshuii to vot,
Imvriof Ins death was very unexpected that'll spile enuy woman.
11., D.1.I1. ami III* folks and tliu .ail yu we. tin men f.ik* wuint' Any reader of tliit paper call get
uoss in ado more so to them from the kontent tu hold onto the' handles! ... -
fact that they could not posnibly uv a walkin plow til tha Kuld hi
get then* to attend the funeral, on somethiu better fur Kash, an so tha]
Mint of the way the traiiiN run wont in dett v o gosh amity deep.
that it t ik all tha kud make tu pay I
Major 1). W. Kyle, of Darling-
ton. Wisconsin, .(father of our fol-
pi IKK' pREE! pREE
St. Louis Globe-Democrat
Eight /nigra each Tuesday and Friday. Sixteen
pages every week.
Only 51.00 6i </£6ip!
NEW BRICK YARD.
Partita wiahing to make contracts for brick work will do well t„
J. F. Manley & Co.
We have located a Brick Yard within one halt mile of Hennessey ami
are prepared to meet all competition. Contracts a specialty. 16.4tp
and connections had to be made.
Cooke tfc Co.
Go to W. J. Stevens when iu need
of flour and feed.
I>. W. nickel was down from his
claim to-day circulating among his
The Boss Blood Purifier is the
best on the market at F. A. Dink-
ler's drug store. 12-Uni
Now and fresh gar Ion seeds in
any quantity. Bulk seeds a special-
ty, at Basin h', 17-tf
The Lehman II. ami I. Co. have just
received tills week a car of cook stoves.
See their ad. lilt f
J. B. Campbell and wife came up
last Wednesday from Kingfisher
to visit friends and relatives.
Use the Boss Internal cure for
gonorrhoea gleet, etc. at F. A.
Dink ler's drug store. 12-tiin
Mr. Sanford has moved his gro-
cery to the room formerly occupied
by Geo. Osborne as a saloon.
G. L. Wilson has moved his re-
pair shop to the room now occu
pied by Sanford's grocery.
House arid two lots in good lo-
cation, house 14x28, cheap for cash
#275. Call at Dkmocbat office.
Anything in the line of Drugs,
etc., at Cookes' including Acme
cough syrup, the best on earth.
I have i 3 room house and two
lots to trade lor a good team, in-
quire at the It. A. K. 18 2t
Get cured of Catarrh by using
Boss Catarrh Cure, 50 cent bottles
for sale by F. A. Dinkier. 12-Uiu
Harry, the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Stevens, is quite sick !
Do not forget that grave diggers
ran be procured upon application
to Taylor Combes, at the cemetery.
Several of the young people, of
our city, tooK in the dance at Lacy
last Monday evening. lleport a
Use Boss Eczema Cure for ery-
sipelas, ring worm ami all diseases
of the skin, at F. A. Dinkler's drug
Acme cough syrup warranted to
cure or money refunded, for sale at
Cooke's Drug Store.
Mrs. Hollister returned home
front Wichita last Monday. \\'i«
are glad to see her home once more.
The postoflico has moved but C.
L. Cooke A Co. are at the old stand
ami were never more able to supply
the wants of the public than now.
Now and fresh garden seeds in
any quantity. Bulk • Is a special,
ty, at Bashes'. 17 tf
W. J. Stevens will give you
prices on flour, grain and seeds at
his feed store on west Oklahoma
Frank Manly was thrown out of
hlswagon, last owning, in some milli-
ner and had an ankle sprattied, lie
was also bruised about the bead.
It ts rumored on the streets that a
*10,000.00 stock of drugs and jewelry
will, iua very short time, bo put in
the now brick building iici -u^iiig to
Those wishing dental work take
notice that T. J. Hush, dentist, will
l e in Hennessey, Mondav, Tuesday
lind Wednesday of each week.
Office first door west of Dr. Mcri-
tl.'th's office, i stf
Ex-Sheriff Clump .-ml a man by the
name of .1. B. White btvaute involved
iu a dispute with each other in PnlVs
restaurant, Thursday night, result-
ing in White getting cousiderabh
pounded up by Clump.
Parties wishing lots iu the Hen-
nessey Cemetery should call upon
Taylor f'orabes, the proprietor, and
make satisfactory arrangements in
regard to them.
There is hardly a wo . that rolls
around but what will avenge from
one to three person* a day, from
the north and east, who are here
looking for farms.
Elder Duntou, township trustee
living thr«« miles west of town
died lust Wednesday morning of
long fevr. Mr. Duntou was a Uni-
ted Brethren minister and wi \ ,.,i
known. He leaves a wife Mnd u v
Rev. Lawrence, of Harper, Kas.,
closed his series of meetings at the
| Baptist church last Sunday evening.
Mr Lawrence is a good talker and
can preach. Ho does not go behind
the bush to tell w hat be thinks.
I The meetings were well attended
and enjoyed by all present,
Walt Stevens of Beloit, Kans..
law partner of .I. A. Aiitrobus has
I moved his family to Hennessey
ami has gone to house Keeping.
Mr. Stevens is a very genial young
man who we apprehend will bear
acquaintance with all.
Mr. Wood of the firm of Bind-
ing, Rees A Wood returned from
Minneapolis, Kans., last Tuesday
j evening. He seemed to be glad to
I get bacK to Hennessey once more,
j Mr. Wood brought back a splendid
team of young horses by driving
them through to a wagon.
The Ladles' Aid Society met at Mrs.
I Hob, Wilson's last Wednesday, it be-
ing the last chance they will have to
moot with her before she moves to
her new home in thestrlp. Mrs. Wil-
son Is a very uet .vc and energetic
I worker in the Aid Society and the
ladies will miss her very much.
Seeds, Seeds. Seeds.
My stock of field seeds is com-
plete. Millett seed, Kaffir corn,
Milo Maize, etc.. Do not fail to
examine stock and get my prices on
seeds. They are fresh, pure ami
reliable. Do not forget the place.
W. J. Stkvkns,
West Onla. Ave.
Mrs. Emily Thome, who resides
at Toledo, Washington, says she lias
never been aide to procure any
medicine for rheumatism that re-
lieves the pain so tpiicivly and effect-
ually as Chamberlain,s Pain Halm
The following list of officers wore
elected in the 1.4). <i. T. Lodge,
of this city, last Tuesday evening:
John 1t hoades, C. T.
Miss Til lie Baldwin, V. T.
Lyman Blekford, P. C. T.
Sol Wick, Chaplain.
Will Brewer, Sec'y.
Miss Aneita Smith, Fin'al Sec'y.
Vick Stamp, Treas.
Miss Bertha Bradtiold, Marshal.
Miss llattic Crider, Guard.
Glen Lehman, Sentinel.
Installation of the above officers
taxes place next Tuesday evening.
For some time N ick Conaghau
has been hauling such as plows, har-
rows, ami other articles used about
a farm to his claim, getting ready
to comuiciice spring work. He hail
also built a small shack of a house
that would answer the purpose to
live in until ho could build him a
better one iu the spring, then he
would move his family. Last week
Vick thought it about time to take
another load up ami accordingly he
prepared the load ami started,
along about dusk as Vick was ap-
proaching he thought things did
not look quite as natural as when
he left l hem the week before, but
supposed it was on account of the
darkness. But the nearer Vick got
the more lie became excited, at last
he reached his house, ami on in-
vestigation found that some low
down, contomptable, sneak thief,
had torn the roof off of his house
ami stolen everything in it, cook
stove and all. While Vick always
appreciates a joke as well as any
one ho could not see where there was
any fuu in this. It is needless to
say he was somewhat out of humor,
and said bad words. >e declares
that the scoundrel shall be found
ami prosecuted to the full extent of
Chicago, Jan. 31.- -TheNational
Labor League was formally launch-
ed on the sea of political life at a
mass meeting of workingiuen held
last night. It will at once begin a
vigorous campaign to secure control
oi all of the various branches of
national, state, county and munici-
pal governments. A broad plat-
. . ... t« rn, on which it is expected the
he lias nUo used it for j ] „,,ulistfl m„i .lixtipl.-s of llonry
i George may find comfortable foot-
I ing side by side with the trades
Burhans left last Monday j unionists, was unanimously adopt-
The national platform is identi-
cal in spirit with that adopted by
the People's party, but it goes more
evteiisivel\ into details. It demands
a national currency to be provided
w ithout the use of banking corpo-
rations on the plans set forth in the
subtreasury scheme of the Farmers'
alliance, to be expended for public
improvements or to he loaned at 2
per cent to states, to counties and
cities on non-interest bearing bonds.
It further demands the free coin-
age of silver and a graduated income
tax. Believing that the money
should remain iu the hands of the
people, it demands that all national
and state revenues be limited to the1
necessary expenses of the govern-
ment and that the amount of the
circulating medium be increased to
not less than * 0 per capatia and
Tuesday postal savings banks be established,
xtonded declares that all lands now held
lame bacK with great success. l'<
sale by Clipper Drug Store.
Rev. Burhans left last M
evening for his former home, iu
Illinois, to bring his family t > their
future home- Hennessey. His
congregation, alter bis trial, is very
much pleased with his services, ami
he with his congregation. The
people of Hennessey welcome Mr.
ami Mrs. Burhans and feel glad to
have them with us.
S. D. Fread, from Mattoon, Ills.,
has been looking our country over
for the past ten days. Ho is very
much pleased with our country and
climate, ami thinks there will bo a
big immigration from his state
when people can sell out there.
From the growth of our orchards
he thinks our fruit prospects areas
bright as could bo wished for and
will be an excellent fruit section.
Clayton Lehman, Manager of the
Lehman Ildw. Co. returned home
from Kansas City last
evening. Mr. Lehman
it free by securing a club of three
subscriWrs ami forwarding their
names, on this blank, with three
dollars, to GLOBK PRINTING
CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. Remit
by baiiK draft, Postoffice or ex-
press money order, or registered
letter. Sample copies will be
sent free ou application. 15-6t
$1,000 IN PReMiims.
the iiitorust, an that's w hat smashed
'em. It taks a mity smart hustler,
these days, tu pay thiee an five per
tout a munth on 2 or 3 hundord
dolors, Hpecbully when capitalists
an manufanturers are try in tu make
times hard so as tu dofoet the demo-
krat party. Capitalists know that
their names is "shoo fly" onless tha
squash the kentoKrats, an the only Ten premiums to the
way they hav uv doin this is bi |
maKin the people bele.ve tlmt Clove-1 . ,.r
!n| I lie Twice-a-Week Times.
their tight fists, so as tu maKe times
as hard as possilml.
The Ore family didunl kiio these
things, au besides tha wuzent hos-
iers, In fakt tha wuz oil (is slow
as molasses in January, an that,
together with a general finanshal
debility kost them oil uv their
bosses an cattle, oKsopt wun team
an a row. Tha wuz teetotally ker-
I waz off til sorry fur the ole man
et I seed him walkin ahind thu ole
kow, proddin her w ith his kane tu |
make her kepe up with the foKS,
an tu see the krost fallon look uv
the boys an wimmen in the wagon, |
an John a slapoin the lines tu the The first premium will be given to the person
pore ole saw bones uv horses as I number of yearly subscriptions to the Twice-a
G. H. BLOCK,
Tl)e leading lumber merchant.
Have finished laying
iit tit® lat'gtpfc, lip),si con\-
Soft Pine Lumber,
SASH POORS. BLIMPS ©TC. GST
MY FRICSS ON BILLS BSFOR©
went 4th street- - Hennessey, Oklahoma
ten persons who send iu the teu largest list of
Magnificent Opportunity offered to entorprisiag people!
Read this premium list.
1 Vose upright grand piano
2 One hundred ami twenty dollars in gold.. .
3 Mason & Hamlin Organ
4 Pneumatic tire bicycle
5 IIammerless shotgun
(I Haviland china dinner set (140 pieces)
7 Mezzotint Engraving and lrame
8 S-did gold watch
0 Washburn Guitar and case
10 Webster's dictionary and stand
nding in the largest
i k Times, the second
tha hadnt had nothin tu oat bnt hay I premium to the second person sending in the second largest number of
fur about 3 inunths. That wuz : yearly subscriptions, and so on. The twice-a-weea Times (sixteen pages
when jlia started fur the land uv a week) is issued Tuesdays ami Fridays ami the subscription price isftl.
mila an munny. I per year, 50c for six months, 25c for three months. Two six-months
I wuz mity glad tu see 'em when subscriptions or four three-months subscriptions count as one yearly
I got here mise If, an seed that the j subscription.
boys had a leetle more hussle on . a . . . —_ ^
them. Wun uv the boys got a | hlS OfreT ClOS6S IVIc3y 31 •
klamc, au the foks ar oil pullin
Besides the opportunity to secure one of those magnificent premiums per-
sons who send iu subscriptions may retain
W. T. HAVARP. Prop;
Red Front Livery Htable.
Board by Day or WeeK
First-Class Rigs, Open Day and Night.
Ed. Gould, Prop h
Carries the largest stock of Harness, Sadutes, Blankets and
other materiol of any firm in
railroads and Corporations and I
t iu actual use, together with all
his stay several days and while there ; by
he bought his spring stock of goods not
and implements. He says that lands owned by aliens, be reclaimed
Kansas City is stocked full of goods by the government and held for srt-
for this section of the country ami tiers only. It recommends, i.i con-
arc expecting a large trade from this illusion, government ownership of
section, railroads, the abolution of tlie con-
tract system on public worus and
Last I ties-lay we. iu compan} ;4n hour day.
w ith Abe Wilson, maile a trip i" l'|u. state platform also bristles
town with what are considered to be re-
Waukomis. We found the
growing fast, and the busine
jotting pretty well represented.
NN o met Messrs King, Bentley and
Carson, former residents of Hen-
nessey. they are all in business ami
seem to be well pleased with the
future prospects of Waukomis and
expect to have a good trade this
forms from the labor standpoint.
Kansas City Star.
field | Garden Seeds.
in stock ami f
line of fresh
garden seeds. M
in bulk and all northern grown, nusepapers mors,
M. W. Rice, of Marshall, w as in warrentod to ! • pure ami fir>t clas* ' more bout Kong
in every respect, and it is needless
for me to say that they are much
cheaper, purer and moiv reliable
good. [ than the pacKage seeds, as everyone
nrramje- knows it. My Held seed-; are also
together. Tha haint got much,
but what little tha've got is there
own. I goss tha hav got a leetle
bank akount, an tliats whar tha are
ahed uv mo. But I don't owe no-
body, an that's whar I'm ahed uv
sum wun else. Mi wife an me we
tri tu git along without hying any-
thing that karries Makinlcy Dooty
on it, but once in a while I hav tu
git a now pare uv pants—an thats
whar MacK lias got me. But I
haint the only man that Mack has
got by the pants, b'gosh. Some
people kon't know when they are
got bi the pants, an met wun uv em
tother day. He wuz a Hollered
feller, an tole me how he used tu bo
a demokrat. But he wuz buinfoozl-
od bi the people's party til hedidunt
know just 'zaetly whar he wuz, an
I goss he don't kno yet. But he
voted the demokrat ticket, an the
demokrats didunt git tliar, but
Harrison did. Darn mi buttons if
that koon didn't think thedcmokratg
wore elektod jest bekos there wuz
such hard times durin them 4 years.
An so he turned his coat tails upon
the demokrat party, tu use his own
language, an he embraced the re-
publikan platform; an lie sez he
wouldnt nor be coodent turn hiz
coat tail upon the grand ole repub-
liKitn party now.
Wol, I jest looked at him fur a
minit an then I enid only pity an
not condom; fur how cuhl the pore
feller turn his coat tail on enny
party, when ho haint got no coat?
Onestly he haint got enuff klose tu
Hag a wheolbitrrow, an thats a faut.
When he wants to go tu bed he jest
taks off his hat, an he's reddy,
b'gosh. But he Kant help that, yu
kno, he's pore an so am i, an it
dont look jest rite fur so meny
people thats porer than we be tu
comin over here frum forrin
ountries. 1 boleave we've got
how t enuff of 'em fur the present.
1 wunder if it wouldunt bee a good
thing of Uncle Sam wood send a
few sieh fellers ez mo, an a few
more liice mo, tu Yuroup or sum
place, an swap us fur sum new paw-
pers, so as tu have somethin tu pre-
vent a surplus in the treasury.
Now thems mi sentiments, an I
wont back dow n fur NO party, not
fur demoxrat nor republican; no,
not even fur the peoples party nor
wimmen sufforagc. I wont even,
bak out fur enny argument, be it
ortherdocKs or paradox, baptox or
1 bleove people owt tu rode the
tha wild Km
neNNessey roller mills
IN FULL OPERATION DAVflND NIGHT
Manufactuiers of high grade
53s-—Flour. Mehl. Bm And Ship Stuff. <
GKAIN ELEVATOR. 1
In Connection with Mill.
lO per cent
Thus on each yearly subscription you can retain 10 cents and remit OOets. WM. BRUEGGERIIOFF,
Write for sapplis at?d sample coppies,
Address THE TIMES, Kansas Clin, Mo.
At. i). rjrr, I'Hor ii
john I). pitt#
By Leading Home Talent.
Under the Auspices of the Ladie'
Circle, of the U. A. R.
Nana Lee, Aueita Smith
Jack Wort hlngton,.
.Li I lie M. Teaglc
... Clias. Palmer
..J. It. Miller
JERRY the TRAMP, C. H. Carlton
Act I. Gardens of Col. Lee's Man-
sion. Arrival of the Tramp. He will
denounce you. "Sit Down." Bite
the hand that fed It.
Act II. Parlorsof Col. Lee's Home.
His Daughter. He shall Comit For-
gery. Nothing but the Law shall
tear Her from Mo.
Act III. Home of the Tramp.
'Blackburn seeks an Interview. 12 o'-
clock. "Come On." Touch her and
I'll brain you.
Act IV. Same as Act II,—Three
years later. Nana returns. The tele-
gram. $100,000 richer. Don't dare to
touch her. "A Gentleman." Sit
down. A noble outcast.
great rock island route
Bmeggerlioff | Pitts,
ATTORNEYS at LAW-
TO THE EAST.
8est dininq car service in the w0rl0.
The Rock Island is foremost in adopt*
Ing any advantage calculated to im-
prove speed and give that luxury, safety
ami comfort that popular patronage de-
mands. Its equipment is thoroughly
complete with vestibuled trains, mag-
nificent dining cars, sleepers and chair
coaches," all the most elegant, and of
recently improved patterns.
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em-
ployes are important items. They are
a double duty—to the Company and to
travelers—and it is sometimes a task
difficult of accomplishment. Passen-
gers on this line will find little cause
for complaint on that ground.
The importance of this Line can be
bettor understood if a short lesson in
geography be now recited.
What is the great Eastern termini of
the Rock Island Route?—Chicago.
What other sub-Eastern termini has
it?—Peoria. To what important points
does it run trains to the Northwest?—
St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota,
and Watertown and Sioux Falls, Da-
kota. To what important Iowa ind
Vebraska points?—Des Moines, Daven-
tort, Iowa; Omaha aud Lincoln, Ne-
Thero will be no expense spared t„; The Great Kock Island Route runs all
ako this the event of the season, a regular trains to Englewood suburban
FRACTICS W THe
FGPGKAL AMP TSKKITOKIAL
EN 11), OKLAHOMA
ipwei? A S/IV/IG6,
OS EfST SHE OF Mm ST.
Choice Fresh Stem;, Roasts. Sausage
Pork Chops or an iliin^ usm l y
kept in a First Class Butch-
stage will Im> placed in the Hall and
scenery obtained for the production
of this piece. Lot everyone turn out
and help in the good work.
TICKETS ON SALE AT
CLIPPER DRUG STORE.
jUnjission 25 ai}<! 50c
Holiness. \ last Wednesday. Mr
Iii. t is the founder of the now town
of Marshall on the strip lino ami
says its future prospects
Several parties have mad*
mouts to tro into business there
i<I li me grown, I hav
Mr P. («. Smith, one of our fornit i Ntoek Alfalfa, K. 1 au i \\ hite Clov-
townsineti, iii putting in a hardware ' r Timothy seed, Kentm-lix Blue
store. There is a lino country > Orass, Millet. Cane, Kaffir corn,
around Marshal that will - upport a Milo Maze, ami Hod Te\as Oats,
good deal of business, ' | will also have, iu season, st
; northern grown. 1 want
Court Notes- I Sl'*'d to every farmer ami
hi them, thon borry 'Jiem Uko Mis ~ "
tor Ore duz. Ores dont take no ABSIHAC 1 S OF
paper, an hav only gou wun library .nislied by J-_ B- Campc
it is a almanac fur 1080.
Hopiu every sensable man will
kast his next vote fur his Aunt
Anti Makinley, of course, I am,
yurs fraternally, b'gosh.
Our neW plan for I8q4
urardnerl i I **
ll« fore Judge Perkins: '>'(\m<ir &
ISm'thvsJ. It. Stout \ E, .1. Stout.
• ivil suit on not<• for ♦ l.'t .In,lenient
given for plaintiff for tho: m unit sued
: for. Application fur now trial heard
; and overruled Jan 81. and case taken
j up on error to district court.
Befor>- .lustlc'1 Finley: John Smith
John Stout & E. J. Stout. Civil suit
i on note for &>' . Judgment in favor
j of plaint Iff. Give notice of au appeal
I to district court.
Cluis. Carlyle vs Paul Real Civil
Terrii r> Oklahoma Wm. I)ona
vln. Gran 1 lairenev. J. 11 Antro-
pro< iing attorney. Defend
ii , iM.im! iver if' district i\,«.u iu tlio
, so I u IHO.T. the panic year, Spencer
it is Bros.', Harness nianufaeturers, sales
iwi-r t \ etti the prev ious year. In 1804
wo want to increase our sales aud
you are invited to examine the fol-
lowing points show ing how we will
By manufacturing the I est goods.
By manufacturing goods in largo
Bv furnishing y< ;> your wants at
By not ehar/l.ig you for
accounts ami long credit
hor*e.- aie about It J hands t ustomers. By giving lower prices
high. I will pay a liberal reward than our competitors.
for the above described property We sell tents, wagon covers and
delivered at Dau Sulllvans saloon leather. SPKNCKK BHOH,
' Failing to w'ive llt gn|d Qkla. South Main St.
ih« required bond w.w committed to ]K , s „ MovToourKv v " * ' ther
KiogCihe:, in *lr n r9l<9 -whvrtr bl9nhH9
come ami see me. Remember
no trouble t-« show goods or an
questions. Come one, come
and purchase while my stock i>
full. C. Iv Amos,
The food man, at oltl stand, iron ;
clad store. 18-tf I
1 gray l.orse branded □ on left
shoulder ami A on left side of noett.
1 roan horse branded on let t home,
shoulder and V on ucck These th* s|o
deeds, Kii'iglisher, Oklahoma.
Write him when you want an ab-
linn ruse if M a rkct.
Wheat No. 2 40c per bu.
" 35c " 44
#4. to ^4.50 per hun'd.
to $100, each.
Horses ,4 i4 44 4 4 4 4
Cows |20. to ♦*J5. each.
Eggs 15c dor-
Butter 15c per lb.
Chickens dressed 10c per lb.
44 live 3c to 4o 4 44
• IIIDKS AND FURS.
Hides, greou, ^c per lb.
44 dry, He 4 4 4 4
.Musk rat, 5o 44 44
Deerskin. 12^0 44 44
Beaver, 11 00 to *5.00
Otter, $1.00 to $3.00
Wild cat, 80c each.
Wolf, 25c 14
cation, close to World's Fair grounds,
and you can save time and trouble by
getting off at that point and avoid the
crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon ticket
office in the United States, Canada or
Mexico, or address:
Oen'l Tkt. A rasa. Agt., Chicago III
*st. joiui, Oen'l Manager C*,ic«*o. 1L
Try the Boss Eczema cure for
frosted feet ami ehilblains sure cure,
at F. A. Dinkler's drug store.
VIERGEVER & Go'
W. L. DOUCLAS
S3 SHOE NoTttp.
Do you wear them? When next In ne«d try ■ p«lr.
■eat in the world.
line of Standard
dard Heaters «fc
and S' an
( ook stoves
lor Guns and Am
AtiKNTS KOH T11K
If you want a fine DRESS SHOE, made In the latest
styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 rr
$5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and took and
wear as well, If you wish to economize In your footwear,
do so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name and
price stamped on ftie bottom, look for i when you buy.
W. L. 1H.TUI.AS. Brockton, Umi. Sold by
W. II Zuber.
Boath Main St., Honueisey, O. T
CelebratEd Acorn sidves.
Give us a call ar)d be convinced of w^at we say.
South Main Street.
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Tansel, A. & Weesner, R. The Hennessey Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, February 2, 1894, newspaper, February 2, 1894; Hennessey, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc108809/m1/4/: accessed November 19, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.