The Eagle. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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FOR SALE BY
HENNESSEY PUB. CO
J. E. HUTCHINSON,
Published every Thursday at Hennessey, Olcla.
Admitted to enter at the postofflce at
Henr.^sspy, Oklahoma, for transmission through
the mails as second-class matter.
One Year, in advance,
all Months, in advar.ee,
Three Months, In advance,
Cotton ha9 taker, a boom. Liv-
erpool started the ball and the
price rose to $11.68 before the
that there is plenty of work to be The Eagle will print a souv-
done at home instead of running , enjr e(jjtjon printed in colors for
away to some fMre'gn chme. t y \\emorial day containing a write
Editor ing to convert non-belie\ ers,
when the ratro is about 1-to 10,- up of Hennessey in general and
000-and some times less. hrjef biography of the late
rt is funny when the pulpit Rov V. Cashion, scenes of the
trie.- to tell the working class filing and bnrning of Pat Hen=
how to govern themselves when ^
nine-tenths of the clergy has! _
never earn a dollar "by the extra copies early.
sweat of their brow," but have
i , i « . , „ Memorial Service.
had the laboring class donate
their salaries to them. We sup- Word was received last week
pose that they use the old rule, that Re\. S. T. Williams had
"you work and we'll think for died in China at his post.
nessey. Place your orders for
BREWER & SON,
L. B. HAMILTON,
Breeder of Prize Winners
Barred Plymouth Rocks.
Eggs from Pen Xo. 1 82.00
per fifteen; Pen N ). 2 SI.00.
White Wyandottes SI.00 per
Cache creek is to be stocked
with fish by the government and Additional Locals.
people living adjacent may fish From Wednesdays Daily:
to their heart's content. About Dr. Barker is over from Sheridan
23,000 croppie fish will be in- today'
stalled Cold drinks and milkshakes at C. F.
Horse thieves are having a "Dad" Oliver drove over to Marshall
hard line in Oklahoma at the this morning.
present time two being captured Make preparations to attend Memori-
Segar Colony by Deputy Sheriff al day exercises at Hennessey.
Southerland, and will be taken I-B. Randall and Chas. Binding are
. , putting down brick walks today,
to \v autonga to stand trial. ,
It is time to commence make arrange-
Jos. Leiter who figured so con- ments for the celebration of July 4th.
spieuously in the great wheat Unveiling of the Roy \ . Cashion
corner '97 and '98 is trying to j
settle for 20 cents on a dollar,
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Colonist (second class) rates to California are in effect daily
until June 15. Rate from Hennessey, §25.00.
May 3, also May 12 to 18, the round trip rate (first class) to
Los Angeles and San Francisco will be only $45.00.
Choice of Routes via El Paso and via Colorado. For in-
formation, call at nearest Rock Island Ticket Office, or write
J. S. McNALLY. I). P. A.
Oklahoma City, O. T.
Mr. Williams had been pastor
of the Baptist church just pre-
vious to his taking up the mis-
sion work. As he has greatly
endeared himself to the people
here a memorial service was at
once arranged by Chaplain
Schliemann for last Sunday eve-
ning the 17th of May. The
same songs were sang as at Bro.
Williams last service here and
the pastor spoke from the same
text; Rev. 2:10"Be thou faithful
unto death and 1 will give thee a
crown of life." Fidelity is the
finest of the Christian virtues and
Bro. Williams was faithful a good
minister of Jesus Christ.
But the speaking was done
mostly by those who knew Bro.
Williams and who loved him.
The same old cry from Kansas minutes'visit. Brethern Aimstrong, Coxson,
about their wheat crop 20 000 Don't forget the place when you want Savage, Brees, Sundburg am],
men needed and if we need be something good, and callat C. F. Rath-, Sisters Gould, Armstrong and
reminded it was the same c ; "u-s (ionfectionery and ,ce cream par- .lack80n, all spoke lovingly and
last year when about 9,000 men Governor Ferguson will address the tenderl.V of hl® unostentatious
members of the G. A. R. here on the ! but faithful and kind ministry,
morning of May 30th, before the regu- Not great as a preacher they
; lar program of the day begins. ) said, but his life was a sermon
Montgomery who broke jail Ruie D. Meeke dramatic reader, and the light of Christ was in his
after killing the jailer, and who dialect artist and ventriloquist. At, face>
the Christian church Monday evening R ^ & tender and beautiful
May 25. Admission 15 and 25c.
. , ..,. service—a blessing to all.
The G. A. R. Memorial service will be
held at the Christian Church Sunday Straved.
Mav 24th, conducted bv Rev. Schlie- „ , * _
' . .. A t One bay mare pony 7 years
mann. All are cordially invited to at- ■ J r J J
tend_ j old bald face,. 3 white feet,.
Eugene Malaley went up Kansas City | branded heart on shoulder,,
papa helping, and a little change
may do his creditors good after
so long a wait.
monument, May 30. Don't forget the
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harp of Wau-
komis is visiting Mrs. J. W. Humphreys
Amer Stimmel came over from Kiel
this morning and dropped in for a few
Kansas minutes' visit.
20 000 Don't forget the place when you want
were employed at
Kansas for rumors.
75c a day-
armed parties have been seeking
since Thursday last, was cap-
ture in a house one and half
blocks of the federal jail; mak-
ing no resistance. A woman was
at the bottom of it, of course.
mu w ii ue >r e. i. the first of the week to meet his uncle ; poached mane, weight about 800'
The ball fans of OklahomaL.Au(ruat Muntzin(? of Denver, Co, He| ds. Return to J. C. Sham-
hlV.L!u?uet_ • I g0 h0m^.W!"r' ^ley who will pay suitable re-
County Normal Institute at
Kingfisher June 1.
trouble lately with their associa- j there go to Silver City, Idaho, where he |
tion, but you must expect some wiu sPend the summer in the- mines
draw backs to baseball when workin£ £or his uncle-
J. M. Crist remembered tbe Eagle
i everybody wants to be "it"
! get the credit and also
family yesterday with a quart of finest
\ 9trawberies we ever saw in this- or any |
Sybil Sanderson died in
" I of pneumonia on May 16.
%/ [fc ■ I . Sanderson was a native of
You dg i ne juuugrament cai andhadw°n^
self a place among the greatest
Honest and Courteous treatment is what we offer in exchange singers of the world.
I to have been married
f®r your patronage. We believe that no one can otter you more. paul Tolstoi^ a cousin of
We are particularly anxious for your trade and assure you that j famous Russian novelist.
should you give us a trial we will do our best to merit a continu-
ance. Our Stock of Groceries, Queensware, Glassware, Fruits,
VegetableSj etc., is complete, for which we will take Produce of
all kinds at the highest Market Price.
the other country. One of the largest j There will be a meeting of the execu-
measured 7 inches circumference, the j tive committee and members of- the
smallest 5 1-2. These were grown on , Hennessey Poultry and Pet Stock As--
Paris his farm east of town. He had forgot- j sociation,at the Commercial Club rooms
Miss ten the name of the variety, but the j June 1 at 2.o'clock p. m. A full atten-
Sac- plants were ordered from the Aulen Ks.! dance is desired.
nursery, A. T. Reamer, proprietor.;
He said that Mr. R. sent him the plants Attention Company.,
and told him if he would follow his All members of Co. G., O. N-. G.,
She was directions he would never fail to raisej must report for duty at the Armory,
to Count I berries—So we think the advice is i Saturday May 30 at 8 o'clock a. m. By
C. F. BALDWIN,
Don't forget during the hum
drum of struggle for the almighty
dollar that the average person
needs a little recreation, so all
get together and hustle for a
good time on May 30th—and
wake Hennessey up. It will do
We are not a kicker. But we trust
that we are not considered as stepping
over the bounds of propriety when we
say that it occurs to us that nature is too
blamed profuse in Oklahoma. When
nature in Oklahoma turns herself loose
she doens't seem to know when she is
overdoing the thing. It has not been so
many seasons since she was exceedingly
profuse in the distribution of dry sun-
shine in this territory. Men ceased to
PHONE NO. 52
us all good and strengthen our chew because they could not raised
faith that Hennessey is the best i saliva to moisten the tobacco, while to
town in Oklahoma. j spite was regarded as a prodigal waste
of moisture. Stockmen who
"On Every Tougue.'
Scientifically distilled; naturally aged; best and safest for all uses,
SOLD BY AY. AV
The latest in trusts comes from
Boston, Mass—with the name of
the "Astronomical Trusts."
Boston has steadily lost it grip
j upon the educationl trust, which
I has moved westward until now
the center of education is in
fortunate as to have everliving water,
soaked their hogs daily in order to en-
able them to hold swill, and.the heat was
order of H. C. Overfelt, Captain.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
] the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
It is the great medi-
^ cal triumph of the nine-
, .Iteenth century; dis-
i covered after years of
I scientific research by
KB Dr. Kiimer, the emi-
' nent kidney and blad-
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
so inten:e that hens were laying hard lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid troti-
boiled eggs. At this time nature is just i J'ts tndBrffht s Disease, which is the warst
,. . .. , .. . form of kidney trouble. «
as prodigal in the other direction. Dr Kllme/S Swamp-Root is not rec-
Ducks swim on the high lands and webs ommended for everything but if you have kid-
are growing between the toes of iack- ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
It has been tested
:: Dray :: and :: Transfer ::
Prompt attention given to all orders. I solicit a share of your
patronage. Pianos, household goods and baggage a gpeeialty.
PHONES 2 AND 3?.
.. , , i -j i rabbits. Frogs are compelled tc climb just the remedy you need. It has been tested
Indiana, SO they have decided : , „ , . , .. XT , in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
. , ... . trees to keep from drowing, and if Noah practice, among the helpless too poor to pur-
tnat tney will try ior some tning was at hand he could give the old man j chase relief and has proved so successful in
out of the ordinary,
is fast loosing out.
The "Hub" a few valuable pointers on the distribu-j every case that a special arrangement has
! tion of moisture. If nature could only beKerV™de b/ fhic,h * . rfd,ers of p*peI
. who have not already tried it, may have a
Miss Ellen Stone who has
caused a great deal of anxiety
among the missionaries of
America as well as the populace
generally, is now demanding
damages from the Turkish gov-.
... ... , ! will speak at Hennessey on May 21, giv-
ernment. As long as this foreign ;. . , .
fo 8 1 ing some strong arguments for the cause
missionary work is continued j 0f Socialism. The subject "Labor's
trouble will arise, and it seems Struggle Against Organized Capital."
get itself regulated somehow so that it
would not overdo things as it does now,
it seems to us it would be an improve-
ment—but we are not a kicker, Drat a
Hon. Jno. C. Chase of Massachusetts,
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and
send your address to |
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,Bing- _
hamton, N. Y. The"
regular fifty cent and Home of swamp-Rooi
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmers
Swamp-Root, and the address, Bingharr ton,
N. Y., on avery bottle.
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Hutchinson, J. E. The Eagle. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1903, newspaper, May 21, 1903; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc94630/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.