The Hennessey Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 7, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 11, 1893 Page: 4 of 4
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'iblUrtud every Saturday at Heniies-
v >. <tklahniuu Territory
$1.00 PK.r YRAK
S.VTL'IIDA Y, N<>\. 11. ! "<•
cm iu iiks
MaI'IST fill-Hill, Srrvii-4 ' ev.T
undny at II a. in. and p. n
■ undav school every Suima) at l" ;l
"i;i. rratcr meeting -very Thnrvla
- veiling. liKV. A. If. Di:\T, l'astor
MKTHOPIST ElM'i'i'.M, Cl! '.ill
:erviccs every seC'Mi.1 . 'id fourtli n
ivs at 11 a.* in. and Kno p. in. :■
..ir school i'M'H Sunday it in a i
,'.'raver meeting even Thur-d.n >•
j Flour- finest on earth. *J T ti
G. M. Parks, of Enid, called nt
the Di.uimrai office Thursday.
When von want Hay !•'«•••«I and
Flour. J. II, H igh's is the place to
get it. 2-7 tf
L. D. ( M r. of the Lehman
Hardware Co., of this city made a
\i>it to the Sunflower State this!
J. II. Hash sold out his Grocery
Sto'k to the Strip I loonier*, and
has now storked up with a new and
complete atock fresh ami good,
Miss Klla l?!:ode:<, f. rnierl> ii
I. j.ostoHi. ■ at this place ha* taken
i ■ It ion in \V al hum A ('udd\
Dry Goods, Groceries, 11m.t
' .."s in fact everything ti e |
I, at J. II, Uiwh'rt.
ilKV. V . II. m'amI', I'asloi.
( onglleoatu'N U.I 'lH r< ii. i'M1'
• very Sunday at 11 a. in. and p. in.
iinday ScIu.miI every Sunday at lo a.
i. ' IIkv. J. S. Hawks. Pastor.
CATHOLIC Services w ill I"' held
Hennessey on the 2nd Sunday ine:'> Ii
Mionth, at in o'clock a. in.
Ukv. Fatiiku Hi:t K, Past .r.
. Fine Shoi at
i rant every pair.
nursery, had lull* printed at this year-old filly,
oflice on Saturday announcing that with « lute-|
on the loth in*t. In- will begin the '"'longs to A
closing out hale of his atock at
lleiitn -sey. < >i\c him a eh.nn and
get your nursery atock cheap.
B. II. .Weciicr has -old l is
jewelry store to Stutler Bros, for
mcrly « f Minneapolis Kansas. Mr
\\ eesm r has been iu hiisin - here
for some time during which in' has
made many friends who regret his
selling out and perhaps changing
his place of r«->ideiice. While we
regret the loss of Mr. W« ■ • ner at
tin1 same time we extend the right
ship to Stutler Bro:.
• to us well rcccommuiidcd
business men of their for
the Sunflower State,
The election in Enid
noel at ic, 'i li* Kcpubl
Hied that the strip u
:vor of the Itcpuhlii
rry and F.nid, the
strip which ha
■ ... k t..o
;[.y l ar-olil next spring
't iu forehead, mare
M shaul. Address
W. I. BEASI.RY,
o. T. j o-jtp
• and ' nir h!- in Hen
I n?s#ey, houie 10x24, 1' stomal
[bight lithed and pUatered, gOoal
well and out building-. This prop !
. I t v will be "Id at a bargain
1, III 111 • i | '!' pa '■ I. < III. f all
| soon, at this oflice.
W. J. Stevms wicthc t> inform
ti., farmers and public iu general
, that he lias - Id hi- feed store and
■.ill l e found ai hi - Li\«r;. Barn on
< >klahoma Ave. lit- invites hotli
! I.in old customer* and new ones to I
top with him when in town. ii-M-tf|
dj T "j lo. and *•_'<>. Genuine |
•pf .7♦ Confederate Hills only
| rent- . and - .I'O. hills
: cent . i :>\d • hill) '.asters j
; 10 cents each; $ I ami J hills •_>," ]
UON'T COME TO US!
I'n/it you hare tried every other store, thru you iritt appreciate our priees mi l selection* in
Dry Goods, Hals, Caps, Boois Shoes & Groceries.
MENS 6c BOYS CLOTHING.
GENTS' FURNISHING GrOODH. Ttie Finest lino
of Ladies' Cloaks in the county.
eeurilv scaled on :
Ad li. . ( ha;
I "or h > tii St., A
I. O. O. F. lIKNNCSSICr UWOK No II
i.ots every Wednesday evening at
; ..ino'clock, at Block's Hall. Visiting
Mothers iu good standing cordially
;. ll. Block, N. B. Bkahdklut,
HENNESSEY kvcami'Mkst no. .r>.
t.O. O. F. meals even Saturday
light at Mock's Kail. Vlsltore In
ood standing cordially Invited t«
!. NV. Chamnkss, L. .1. Bickkoud,
Scribe. C, P.
.1. H. Ila*h has the hest h'-'ds and
shoes in town for the muncy. 2-7 tf
S, Grim, Veternavv Sur,r< on, has
been kept pretty hu>y at his pr
fession, ho does any kind of
iu his line, see hills.
1 receipt of
j lanta, («a.
| Perhaps ome of oar read
would like t-> know i'> what res}
('!i:rtnh' flain's Coii'^h reriedy
I ettei' than any oth. r We will
i dl you. Wlieu this remedy
old has in
of this city will
Mr. Stonckin;' and Miss Julia l>e
Wilt, of this City, were married at
Kingfiaher on Tnuradav. The Di m
im iiat extends congratulations.
If you want to sell lior . s, cattle,
wagons, harness or anything else tor
| a rousing good price, make a sah
land give a few months' time, then
— j you will realise your expectations.
A. F. A A. M. COHONAIX) LODGK. ; . () i ^i,.,. Ilf ,1... r . hioan 11
Ko. of Hraii««ey. meeU in rag V . . • I .
•niniunlcatlon on Saturday night. | aJ"' '• * uciit home to I.yon.-.
. ii or hsfore full rniMHi of each months Kansas, to vote, hut a Lew i a
id two weeks thereafter. Visiting | J (.rat well, he sa\s In i s .id\
. icmhers cordially invited.
Ci. K. OlLLKTT, E. 11. Tow NSKNI),
Secretry, W. M.
u. A. u. khkmiint i'obt no 12,
eet* every first and third Saturdays
i each month, at Block's nail Vis-
ing comrades cordially invited.
«i. i' inl.kv. w p. wltiikkm,
Adjutant. P. C.
have shown l<y their action•
ti: t the g. o. p. is not in it. in the
-trip. Oklahoma may he afely
counted as Democratic in the futui..
Heretofore the Republicans have
relied largely on the colored people
for their support, but the strip ha-
becn settled much more largely, in
nroportiou to the settlement of Ok- '•'l
^ | lain'ina, with whites, thus cutting , '"'"tract. I and before it
down the colored vote lo the extent - " 1 l« tile sy stelU, It Will .oUllter-
The Methodist Episcopal church that the negro cannot save the old •" 1 the elie.-t ol the.-ohl am great y
- • '*- - taking a back scat in lessen it s severty, i
remedy that will d<
iu perleet harmony
1 a de-1 •
tivate the acquaintance of young
men, ami simpering simpleton, is
laying a foundation for a useless
after life. Ten to one, when mar-
ried she will devdope into a slat
tcrulo gossip, if no greater misfor
tune befall her. It is the girl of
good, sound sense, the girl that
love < homo and helps her mother
that wins the model man and be
comes an ornament to womanhood.
The girl that docs tlii* and devot.-i
some of her spare time to reading
and strives for grace of mental cul-
ture. eomii. Jids the respect and es
teem of everybody, while the <_;;;<i
•ling street ornament only wit.-, the
admiration of those wlio.se admira- Kin
lion is not worth having. Wit tern 1
erviee. We ask nothing better than an hoiu- t test of
stall I or fall by facts and figure
our claims and we arc w illing to
Ksp- lallv adapted to Fall and Winter and continued
Remem3er The Grew Qmlity The Urge Qusuty the Lesst Price.
You can save a'sight of money by tradiog with us--Wiil you?
we -AT ALL Tins-s FAY TH© HIGHGST' TRIC0 FOR COUHTRY FROPUCS.
. if. ('rider iV Co.
ries of party fro
the near t he future.
j The grl that j
sire to gad about the streets
I to volt
•cs deeded land 1$ m
160 acres deeded land inile.s of
Hennessey 80 acrts broke Box
house 14x10, stablerooni for from '•
to h horses, 'J wells, :> acres eorrcll,
outhouses it ft- . All fenced with
brush, I 'JO acres timber, balance
cleared. Call at this oflice.
f the cold
d it is the only
this. It acts
itli nature and
Is nature in relieving the lungs,
opening the secretions, liquefying
the mucus and causing its expulsion
from the air cells of the lungs and
restoring the sy item to a strong ami
healthy condition. No other reme-
dy in the market | o>>., M s these re-
markable proprieties. No other
will cure a cold so quickly. Fori
sale by Clipper Drug Store,
Ilennes-cv i , in it. Mr. Overton
lias built a fine brick store room ou I
• illi .Main vtre.-t. The Chicago We still continue to
Ba/.aar i going to till it brim full of j lines, we discount
Clotliiii-/. Dry Goods, Bootf- &.
. t'sen we will have a store in
Hennessey that is second to none in
her county. 2-0-21
i'CRIDERS' BliICK BLOCk,
Next door to Chicago Bar.aar, You will find us ready to fit you
w ith the best harness at lowest prices.
f horse covers. Fancy robes. Wagon covers. Tents
at *5.00 Leather breaking harness at $15.00.
We are yours for trade, SPENCER BROS.
I)arb anb Soft Pine dumber,
from the cheapest Lo the best grades,
Prices the lowest.
Worth Ovul'te tin- M< it«|/.
Send at once to John Sebastin,
1. T. A., C. It. 1. it P. It. li.
J At St. Francis Hospital in W
I ita, Kansas, November 8th, («e«
I Kdwad Dinkier, age years. (
was a hrotlic
I'n 'I 7 i <'i i ir*>n. j I- iviir I.If* Air, i if ,
! h the truthful, startling title of aj
I little look that tills all about \o-|
A. O. U. W. llknnrt'skv I.OPOK
o 1. meets every Monday night at
H) in the Odd Fellows llall. Visit-
1 CI'U-Hjro, HI., and R0.iv.., ,
lleeordcr. M w. i the sliokist deck ol card® you ever t > j,, lin,_ . , .|„
j handled. Only 10c. per-deck, iir
,-IIKttMAN ,.«'« r'. l-:..'!. < of, Ma,„,,s or coin. 1 . , „ilh , |r
o a, u. meets every second and i ., , , , , .. , , . '
Mouse and two lots lor sale, lever. (• ..rgc wa- the healthiest (
northeast part of town, W. I. ' boy of tin ■family ml an iinlustri
Scott house. ■_* rooms, trees, young oiis young man. The remain
shrubbery ill yaril, house linislu I taki-u t' his former home hi Km
with lumber and paper, one story j for burial by the side of l.ismotl
high; price ♦ 17 . Possession gi\ ( has. Bin l ng accompanied Fri
The cost l
iir well known who wants
ukler, and came 1 phyaieal or
rtly before the ••^o-to-bae
ig of the Strip, to take a claim, | Book at
tobacco habit cure, i
s trilling and the man |
to quit and can't runs of J
financial risu in using
Sold by F. A. Dinkier
Drug Store or by mail
1'he Stt rlim; Ucmedy
MlGHTieR THAN £V6p.
old our place at the head of the list in our various
very bill we buy, and wholesale houses have
long since eought on to that fact. Our aim and motto is to
please and building upon that foundation we know we
• iiall gain the confidence and good will of all. The
best is the cheapest. Biggest stock. Best variety,
Fineit w hiskies the market affords. K. 11^
Taylor (Carlisle) 80 goods there i* n.«ne
better in the market. The famous
belle of Anderson SO, and five
barrels of Anderson Co. all
bought right in Bond
for the spot cash.
We are bet-
■ and mc us.
G. II. BL( )CK,
Have .Fii\is-icd laying
l;i 5 lie largest,
urth Saturday iu in each month, at
iock's hall. A full attendance de-
red at all times. Mus. T. .1. Haldwin
us. ill. M. llt'SITSUKIUUac, Pres.
The Studebaker Wagon for sale
Indiana Mineral Spi
i in ^
ek or ten days after sale.
Liciiman II. 1. Ci.
Pure drugs at th
(mi to Bash for Feed, Flour and
I'/h- Itnct.i t Storr
Is offering Boots and Shoes
cheaper than any house in town,
j They make a great reduction to
| those who purclun i inor than « e
Send your boys and girls
I' Bash for their School Shoe*
The celebrated Hound Oak, the
1 >t heater made.
1,111 MA N 1 I • iV. 1 ( o.
A. W. Griftin, F. S. Connnis
sioner for th ' Alva hand District.
Bring your Job
• iiat oflice,
\'al Johnson, \
? t Stevens' Barn.
was in the City Friday,
course called on the Di:mo
found Mr. (irifliu a vei .
rk lo the 1>km I RentliMiiaii with whom to .
i (1ome again, M r. (I
stationery of all kinds at thepost-
•ice drug store.
The OHKllNAl. Budweiser beer
(ie« . Moshi r's saloon.
Hnrftcl Hi re.
In connection with our immcnv
line of notions and fancy goods we
are offering a line of Boots and
Shoes at prices Fifty per cent, be
low any house in the Territory.
to Kansas Wednesday
remained until the remains were
laid away. Mr. Diukhr's family
have been having a great deal ol
sicknei'-, but all are better at pres-
ent ami it i-< to be hoped that all
i will i -cover. They have the sym-
pathy of all who arc familiar with
To Th* Ladle*.
There is nothing more important
iu the houshold than good whoh
some cookery. .The lady who has
studied tiic culinary art, and has be
come proficient, in to be envied. It
1 requires hard study and much pra<
tiee, and still there is something to
j I'les, Pile*,
!■ uldiv con-
i^cctlon, cure 1
than ever before to keep our place at the head of the li; t.
We l?aVe ba! on? price, ar/d Will sell for cash.
I! nv( 1 Ho ti Pino I j? i i f iI)pp
it. ii ui'i'spy, Oklahoma.
. - - -
W. T. HAVAKP, Prop.
|Hed Front Livery Stable
Board by Bay or Wes!^
GRFAT ROOK ISLAND ROUTE
liMiTco I • ■'
The best education that i
ce our bargains in Heaters and ;
d Stove . A nice Inn- to select
be given a daughter i? a t
training in household dui
aecompli.di this there is i
plan than the purchase >
books on that subject. \
will take much nil
ood work on that
•rv latest and best bt
lished is the "Model Cool
P. S. A" a Kg your tjome atTI)e
ParKs will try to treat you rig[)t
M i;! 11' < J k uI ior i",
The Western Trail is publisheti
quarterly by the Chicago, lioch
( | ^ Island ii Pacific Hailvay. It tells aMN
I.E.,MAX II. & I. Co. :!'" "fHrm '" Ti;,
( il will he sent to you gratis for one
< heap, cheap, cheap mixed paints J year. Send name and address to |t ! |. iu , v.t
the postoflice drug store. fcditor Western Trail, Chicago, and ,;K. .impKst. .•! ....
All kinds of patent medicines at receiM* it one year tree. hound in oil li-Mner
The 1)i:mockat publishes a par- nearly o \aluabh
wj(|, tial list of letters remaining uneall sl,'(11 1 11
j ed for in the postoflice in this City mat ion on \.uious
on the 1st inst. The list is so long agent w ill
that we cannot give il entire publi with samph coi •
cation in this issue for want ot should make tip lie
space. 'I he names will be contin-
ued from week to w eek until all are
II. Subert, a farmer living three
miles west and I V miles north, lost
his house together with its entire
contents by lire on Monday.
While Mr. and Mrs. Subert were iu
the city the children, w hich had
been left at home, were playin g
with some uiatche- -etting the ho i
with above results. Mr. S.
man and th
i upon him
in Kingfisher on Wednes-!
day we had the pleasure id' making ,v '• "
the acquaintance of Messrs. Cald arc rat if.•;
well and Spilman, Beceiver snd their w
Register of the Land Office. Tlu v
were ver busy attending to the du
ties of the office; however, they
found time to talk with us loiej
1st received, at the Racket enough to . invince us that ti.ey
e, the largest stock of school! perfect genth nien, and that they are
lies iu the citv. attending to their (lutie-, in a man
,.tf ' CoX linos. ner p- rfectly sati •'aetorially t« tin ir
TO THE EAST,
n&u cititf.a ci t; n ric£ in the world.
v Tl-.o Kuv!; ! ' I 1-. forei.io-tiu adopt.
•, ln< my nd\ 1 • ca: -..lated to im-
pro\c ■. ve that in. ury, safety
and ci '.in.11 ti. ! pi/jUilar pat onage de
1 mi'.in!:!. l!.s (oaipment is thoroughly
! ' '' complete v.,ti: v slihnlcd trains, mag-
niflci '. - ars, s'.t«pi-is and chair
it, and of
ATTORNEYS «i LAW-
.1 () 1! >
t V [IU1.
postoflice drug > tore.
List your lands for
\ ecsner it Tansel,
School crayon, at the
i re, 10 cents a box.
. I tf Cox Huoh.
l'arnu iN, the best place to trade
'i I e Chicago Ba/.aar, Kast Main
. . c#t.
i lie woods are full of oaks, but
• Round Oak Heater tops them
Hew are of imitations. |. mk
.Maine on stov^h g.
Lkiima.n II. and 1. Co,
' . F. OlafTey', of St. Louis, rep
cling the Wittc Hardware
'oing business with the Lehman js a \
; ;\lware and Implement Company heavi:..-
'"•v- ' ! wi.il.
'ardware, tinware, stoves anil
•Icry at the new hardware store o'
rgever it Co.
. K. Amos has for sale Ken
i v |iIiic Grass, Timothy seed
. ; Alfalfa seed. j s-tf
ol v iluabl
us hi bjcct
vou in a fi
■I* mind i
, It is
8 \ P .8 I 1 8
Our corresjioiident, liav i
cd from the state, reports
a had condition in Siimm
and no grain only what i
v day •
> take v;
oh of f<
and polite, hoi.
ploye.j are impo;
a double duty- t
travelers - ami i
r. 11. Ilarrocks
of for in claim.
i falls with ! making hit
cak thief, or oth< r
self very fresh in
me thinks lie had hi
>ur prosperous fan
a red o\ ei the prosp
d farmers . ing i
me is defacing the nu
the Sheridan crave y
the wise is suflicieiit
i ;Me management I
*. ser\ ico from em-;
-.nt iieins. They are
t t "r:| : ' v and to
11s a task
■■ icnt. Passen-1
ii tii id li: ;le cause
1 ' f 11• is Line can he
I .1 a .short lcssou In
at i.i e.ern termini of
uto? Chicago. ]
dc u t .mini has
• .at important isiints
to the Northwest?— ;
a-.. ! Smux Falls, Da-
inipoitaut Iowa and
1 >es Moinos, Daven-
i ; ii-! Lincoln, Ne-
BK6W6R & SAVAGG. PROF'S
OU ERST SIDE OF MM STREEi.
ni '/m A
sh Steak, Ro
Sausn ;;c. Pork C
I'irst Class bute
tieNNessey ROLLER MILLS
IN f-"ULL OPERATION DA>
Maunfactuiers of high
VIBKGBVEK & G
T. I I T,
I'll 01" /,'•
T. I ITS' 11.1 I ://«'/>. Prop's.
adies will find toilet articles
at the post ollie
i patrons We believe that tli.
' the right men in the right place, and
that good judgment
; the -'powers that be,"
• Banquet Cook and (be Round >V1',V appointed.
L ater lea I llicui all.
i.i mman 11. «fc 1. Co
Sole \ j. nii.
i house w ith kitch-
lots with stable,
rses, wood house.
Ouggv pheil and in iwe
i r more tons of hav, is
e mean >
■ say, ready
at the post
l Sunday Mr.
went out for
starling Mr. R. j.nt a i k
ing ah .nt nC'O. i.i i-il r iu t
for safe keeping. The nie
not a^ain thought ot until ti
Tho C<; K < Island Rt ute runs all
regular t'.-'ins to Englewood suburban
ativ i. < lose in V.'orld's Fair founds,
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,
m i, ' a tea, apply to any coupon ticket
o in tho united States. Canada or
Mexico, or address:
J NO. SEBASTIAN,
Gon'l Tkt. A Pom. Ajrl.. ChieuKQ III
it Sr. John, Oer'l Manager, Cblcago, 111.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE noTWP.
Do you wear them? Wh,>i next In n.«ed try a pair.
neat in the world.
\n lintc: prising Minn.
the I' th of November tin
m lia/.aar will move into the
'vertou Ruilding opposite the
ilhis from their old stand iu
jJaekburn Rlock. V-O-it
/ I .- t -timil
.t Siiiiday night last, the saloo
keeue beh lining to Mr. I
the stove burning the
cause<l such a audi that
thought the carpet or
must he on live, alter a long
j in vain for something of the
j to be burning, ubo thought id" tlu
bag containing the fuoeey, upon in-
vestigation it was found that th<
sack had been entirely consumed
; -a. .form \ l"; city with but ti money was all riurlit e\.ept
■i eoutents, was destroyed by bein • blackened by the fire. Quite
; It is not known how the ft re , a I i:\nrous iv,i-l lor a Hennessey
-,.i.. .aied. Vo insurance. mcrclian!
int to taki
" : ON BOYS
f Chani!- ri;
tor < i mis and Am
M ate mil
WftMFLeR * WATSON,
i all Courts and Departments at \\ ashinjjton.
E E. DAVIS,
Aiil'NTS K< R TI IK
Celebrated Acorn 5ioves,
A good big store room and lot iu
choice location for sale on reason-
able terms. Part on linn . Call at
Dkvoi ir.vr oftici
If yen wmit a fire DRESS SHOE, m.i.h In tho latest
$t>li;. Joa't; y f6 to $3, t.y my $3, $3.50, $4.00or
$5 Shoe, Tit', y fit equal to custom mado and louk and
G,ve us a ca" a0d be convinced of wbat we say
W. 11. Zuber.
in S*., Ilcnnes
Son ill Main Si rod.
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Tansel, A. & Weesner, R. The Hennessey Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 7, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 11, 1893, newspaper, November 11, 1893; Hennessey, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109766/m1/4/: accessed March 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.