The Hennessey Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, September 21, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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Fio to W . F.. Savage A Co. for
Volume 2. Number 52.
HENNESSEY. O. T. FR'DflY. SEPT. 21, 1894.
Go to W. E. Savage 4 Co. tov
« «><! Ircsh I'reamcry A 0! «nbutter
Subscription $1 Per Year.
For delegate to Congress,
//on. Joneph IVishii,
of Guthrie, O. T.
The Republicans are ns hilarious
over the Maine election as though
they had never carried that State
before. Perhaps this may be ex
plained by the fear that they will
never be able to carry it again.- K.
W. P. Hoy ma.
Kingfisher last Tu
North f'.nid Blaze. Mr. and Mi
On the night of the 17(h North in the city W
Knid was almost destroyed by lire.
all the substantial part of the town
is a blackened charred mass ol ruins
The Arlington hotel, just finished,
at a cost of *'20,000 is a total loss.
The fire was said to he the work of
sonic villains, for revenge or profit.
Riveted Collars at Spenccrs'.
Boyd & Stone for Fine Tailoring.
Rev. Stamp came in from his
Born- This morning, to Mr. and
Mrs. Jewel, a boy.
The Dkmocrat is three years old
with this week's issue.
Will l.ogue were
e a flying trip to
And a man may lie,
tin! a man may puff and
But he can't get trade
By Bitting in the shade
Col. J. W.
ma City, paid 11
visit last Tuesday ...
011 the morning train for Kingfisher
where he is billed to speaK in the
interest of the democracy. II
R. K. Gaskill, northeast of Cath-
olic church, has 10,000 strawberry
plants fur sale at 50c per hundred.
, This fruit has been tried and found;
j to be excellent nualit
NV ' A ;, li School will soon
oiont^irmoir anb JUercbants ^anU.
"'"'rJuj , IhitueHHrii. Oklahoma.
£§ Capital Fully Paid, $20,000.
s. v. Hi'"'
Does a general Banking business. Insurance written in
reliable companies. Foreign and domestic exchange bought ami sold.
I^.'ii'iiuiTron * .■' Buy and sell cunty, ael I township ami municipal ami warrants.
Dow is H.o We Buy Your V V
This iM tli
Steve Eads is up ami on tlie streets
again after his sick spell.
The boys are beginning to get out
their trotting and pacing horses.
Mr. Adkins, Mr, Wolfe's father-
in-law, was in Hennessey yesterday.
Mr. Lewis, one of Sheridan's
merchants, is 011 our streets today.
Dr. Liggett's wife has been quite
ee they moved to town.
M. Hus*. H"* llui'fS'BI.tOATtON I ' \,,u. i I FcauuTtoa
I I l.!itiil Otlli < 11 KliiL-li.li.-r." r \Utl IsiM I .,,,,1
Nn. Ifi. ■ t— «■"""• °- !. ,■
lu order that your children may study up before
A largo supply of ^
BOOKS, I! TABLETS,
Here is a schoolboy's
come in; when the sea ^ ,
dead; when Father Time bangs up his
scythe; when the heavens are rolled
up like a scroll; when Gabriel blows
the ram's horu; when the solar
system collapases, when we find the
lost Charley Ross and the man who
struck Billy Patterson; when society
becomes plirc, anil 'alter the ball is
oyer.—then will lie eternity."—Ex.
Tllfi GOOD CONGRESS HAS
It reduced the tariff 15 per cent
thus forcing the American manu
facturers to sell their goods, in the
future, 16 per cent lower, and
the out put of goods last year, up
July 1st., was seven billion,
hundred million dollars worth, the
reduction of 15 per cent will
to the people the magnificent
of live hundred million do
They put wool 011 the free list and
as a consequence domestic wool ad-
vanced iu price In per cent. Tliey
reduced the tax on woolen goods
from 00 per cent to less than 50 per
cent and as a result the jobbers and
manufacturers have reduced the
price of woolen goods 25 per cent,
the out put of which annually ex-
ceeds one billion dollars worth,
hence the consumers of
goods will save, annually, two hun-
dred and fifty million dollars. So
who says the democrat
or a demigog -or
Rev. Taylor, C
mister of Waukomis, is 1:
Miss Ella llhoadcs returned
last Monday evening f:
I)r. G. Smith, who was here last
winter and spring, is 011 our street
o.-neral School Supply have arrived :d
Ordinance No- 16-
given about setting and cultivating.
away." he replied. Hon;;.-';'.
lo you want ?" I iHf*,* ni,y^f Vo provision* of tilt- onliiimici'. First puti
shall?upon o^'nvlctlou l^ flupd h' any suin n<'t NOI
V-: r)0 8*d-l'0Oli> cS<:lA K
Well name it.
'•It, will take.at least *10."
out laughing and gaye
new Think of all that
family livine six months on *10.
Detroit Free Press.
..mat sell llaby carriage at all uric
i)i,l you Now Home Sewing MaohineT We know 11 would plea
your wife. Prices away down.
A Business Girl.
•Father, I would like to you see in I I'ubiuiiwi
the library on a matter of
•Very well V
Now, then, what is it.'
aafcsstai&.Ts Goffins and
NOTU'K r« IT HI.H ATM
Ordinance No. 4.
Rock Island Detective was on our
I), w. Ilieklo
his claim at Enid yesterday, to look
__ will I
rvices at the M. K. church
mday morning alid evening.
Mrs. Belle Bash is expected 1
. ..on. Iler father died three 1
before she reached his bedside.
"The scoundrel! NN hy, 1 11
' the tar out of him.11
'j "And I have almost promised,
i she placidly continued.
"What-- what! J>!
! for fifteen dollars a week? Never
ri,« tit vniir room while 1 seek this
e and see us before buying', our prices will convince you.—
RINFJiiMG & FELT,
'LTTIT MAIN ST. llcimct
o. ii. rTi.(K K,
The leadiog lumber merchant.
I'- v1 v ■ '■ • .Mas Finished ; '
trl v««n I!«:11 "y ^ follow l K "["""tu *ii7iU«' l'lmil"'pi'M f "l'ii -ii|i|i<'it <>f hi-I ^
I U<: In!•*!<>I, most eoinplrte (
'."r.' rr 1( U\e largest', n\oh vmiu «-."
Maid % Soft Pine Lumbei
'-/'.v.'.:. i■1 "!i,. iVi = ii i i,r!• "i '\11• ':iii> .if-h.-. i- .. i ■ | i;„,iw ,.,,. (in iiiv i ri«*es on hills heiore Imying.
Sash doors, blinds etc
west- Jfth street-
(let my prices 011 bills before buying.
If tu nessef/, Olclcvhoma
is as good as
A Dollar Earned
run si oak 1 must and
\ce. rditg to the stall:'- j
; state has 871,240 more I*"
:!'t"Vi.-V,1:T And renjcmbcryou canalways save mooey Ly
• I: ' " BUYING YOUR
Sroves, Tinware, C;itleril Sal's oi;
in the price of
. the art icles in The
Times the new tariff schedule on
Fiigar is a ya«t gain to the Treasury
without expense to the consumers
of sugar. Iu other words the Treas-
ury saves the $32,000,000 paid in
bounties and gains the *4.5,000,000
secured by taxing the raw sugar
consumed by the refiners, and the
people pay nothing for the gain.
It is an expense to the Sugar trust
which is obliged to pay it, and is
restrained from recompensing itsell
by the anti-trust feature of the new
More substantial evidence that
the new law is not iu the interest of
the Sugar trust could not he present-
ed. The people gain and the trust
loses hy the operation. In the end
the trust will lie wiped out and the
people will get the benefit of a full
and free competition in sugar. In
this there is double advantage. The
r of commerce is ren-
is giving hi
Mrs. Robert \V
resilient of I , ,
this morning's train from their elai
near Enid for a fc
,is estimated that 31,442 of ... niirllttmentury
days \isit. | catch husbands, thus further redue-! br aotiL-r.
Capt. Burket and Goo. Morrison, j ing the chances of a resident. An,.K.,.|ai™mininV,.
of Eureka, Kans., old friends of j Father, take this pencil and figure ' the Pr u™t. will. tiw<
Levi Herzberg, are in this part of I on your Viola's chances of catching "
the country buying cattle this week, another man if she let's Ilcnry
Mr. Curtis, of Purcell, was in Noodenbammcr canter away."
town last Monday and Tuesday ~..\vhv
looking after the soda fountain that '"t> '
the Freeman Bros, bought « « • U f ^Ured it out myself
ti— —- 1
r trade are atrleucn down.-
Another of Hennessey's Citi-
zens Pass Away.
•lames Brinkerhoff, our Police
.ludgc, died last Monday Sept. 17th,
after quite a prolonged illness. Mr.
Brinkerbolf was born in the State
of New Jersy, was at the time of
The race track at the new fair
grounds is nearly coninlele.l TI,,.
lovers of fast horses can soon see
them speeding around the track at
a 8:20 gait.
V. R. Bartlett, proprietor of the
Rock Island Elevator, went to Win-
field, Ivans., last Monday on busi-
ness. lie will return the latter part
of this week.
A good hotel with a good run of
,,, .,r„ .<.,j, - - [business, clearing about £ir,o. per
his death 47 years old, when quite | month, to trade for a good improv-
voung lie with his father's family L,i deeded farm. Call on the Bind-
1 What shall I say to him this even-
Mrs. I>r. Carroll is improving in puhiimtiouucoor.iuurtoiaw.
1 'Say? Say? Why. tell "
ou'U have bim and be mighty glad j o.
if the chance, and don't let him .vrrfisi;-
draw a long breath before von add ad .
that the ceremony can take placo
riprlit after broanfast to-morrow
morning, and I'm to give you a.
wedding present of five thousand i.-•• 1V1
dollars in cash."
ISSssIVicre^cver 6c Go's.
- , I Remamber I .
• ° """■
"nthe first MonUtiy «•! «'.ich month. Hiiiluiillnl N'uTH K I Oil I'll!
ii . /:. ,s.i i .i (n: & CO-
health since going back to licr old
home 1,1 Missouri. The Doctor is
on the decline though and feels very
,, : - j Meal MarkE
• ' ' join.a.i..ki'imi. tsissb^jis^ilsrss'.".in; v 'fi-zi:...N K.wr main s-;
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Dead Letter List.
List of advt rtised letters lor the
week ending Sept. 15, 1H04.
- ' James grew | i„„ K,.„l Estate C.
to manhood, after which he moved
Probate .1 udge MacGee
from Kingfisher on the
train last Wednesday,
miles in the country, came back an.
the 10 o'clock train for home
the same office and was elected,
lie was a good lawyer, a sound
reasoner, a good citizen and a ([iiiet
man, always was aotnated hy the
highest sense of justice.
lie belonged to no l'eligous denom-
ination, the world was his home, to
jj.o right—his religion. (1.
' ' W?'''Pf I'n'ovHiiiz FlrHl P"h A,, ,S1M
„ , of Iti's it ',.- XOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
,f In J,V,, ;..rt nf U'UndOfflreat Kl.iKll.-t.. r.O. T. Z
21 ! • .s:
Walters, ( . L.
In calling for the above lett«r pleaaa n. *imbwgf |,"J^;ti()n
My advertised. I. Mc8h a, P. M. U| ! , t 0T u. i i. i"
Uml Olfl, •• it KitigfMi' i, « T. ><■
to MchrasKa. He leaves four chil-
dren three sons and one daughter to
mourn his death. Mr. Brinkerhoff
was a very quiet and unpretentious
man, ratlnr given to melancholy.
He had while living in Nebraska A 10 days old baby of S. I'.
been honored with several offices ol 1 Akins living a few miles northeast
trust and importance among which of town died yesterday morning at
was Probate Judge. | s o'clock and was burriec last even-
Our city council appointed linn | ing.
police Judge to fill the vacancy oc- A ition ., bci cirealatcd thls
c.as,oued by the resignation of Judge |w eklui Hi|.nM tl„.-COI„K.il ,.al|
Perkins. At the spring clcction he | ^ ^ |n _ 1(,c( p(iUcc j u(,
announced himself a candidate for | tom, tho vai.aii(ij. thc Ordinance No, .
death of Judge Brinkerhoff. .""
The Rock Island trains have bee. . n„«n! of' rf v" for t.,.r.in
stopping at South Enid since .last; A
We havo in stock at
Steals, Fosis, foi'it
Chops, Sausage a;-.!
Sail meals [o all K^inc .
In fact everything Kept in a first-.!.. .
Call and sec us.
r ^ W. K. SAVAGE & < '.
W. T. HAVAKP, Prop,
ior i h.-' n it*'i" s..... of „1 let! v ron! Iii\'ci*y
Board by Day or WeeK.
l-'irst-Clas* Kigs, Open Day and Night.
Saturday. They have also put in a j inaTWritwr.
■ - Aiiurt* ' junv>,
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Weesner, R. The Hennessey Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, September 21, 1894, newspaper, September 21, 1894; Hennessey, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc108869/m1/1/: accessed November 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.