The Press-Democrat. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, July 6, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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HENNESSEY, KINGFISHER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FR.lt'AY, JULY 4T\90b.
Enter ed at the Post Office at Hennessey, Oklahoma, as second class rtjail matter
Capt. Alley Won
Tli© (school of Instruction in rilie
shooting for the Oklahoma National
Guard has just been closed at l^ori 1 .
Km 'h company was represented by a
leam oi' rive men. incliKllnif tlie officers,
and i hp best, two riflemen from the en-
listed men. < 'apt. .lack Alley ol company
(•. Hennessey, made the iiitfhesl
aggregate score of those completing the
course, rapt. Alley is well known in
territorial circles asan educator, having
been superintendent of schools at
Hennessey for I he last two years, bolore
which lie occupied I lie chair of initihe-
matics ut Logan county high school. Mr
Alley is an athlete of no mean reputation
having been prominent in territorial
Can't Blame 'Km
Some people,olmnetl some other people
because rhey celebrated the advent ot
statehood with fireworks and giant fire-
crackers, but why ?
We can't blame 'em After years and
years ot • Hitchcockism, carpetbairgistn.
Dawes ( otninissionism, diul all other
kinds of "ism" that go to grind a people
down, to be stidilenlly freed or giving
tjie assurance llial Is lo only last a
limited time is enough o make anybody
A Runnaway Team.
Mr. Armantrout. the photographer,!
was out in the country Monday near the
Twin Ohurches taking views, and start-
ed for home about live o'clock, lie
was driving along on a smooth level i
road, when the front running gear of
his buggy became detached, throwing
him to the ground on his head, biiiising
him up considerably and rendering linn ;
senseless for a moment. The team did
n« t get frightened, but trolled on into J
celebrate and no body should quest ion j town with Mr. Armantrout following as
the manner or celebrat ing. To remove fast as he could. When the team came
u yoke like the above is enough to make to the north end of Main street someone
a cripp.e throw up his hat and yell li <e tried to stop them, which frightened
a < omtnanclie lndifin The very thought them and they began running
of being free American citizen is dear ^ Hawks was in his buguy coming
to each and every one of us. It puts i to town and the frightened team of Mr.
new life into our very souls and maU es j Armantrout s came dashing down at
us think that we are now recognized bv ( sue it speed they could not vere or
a republican admistration as being stop and ran "plump" into tiie rear
equal to the Porto Itican or Killipino of ins buggy;
negro. A right lo representation in the rear end ol the
Senate and Congress of the United States | top and seat o«
and laws and courts of our own is enough
to make anybody happy but the carpet-
bagger. IMame 'em. Why bless your
life, you could hardly have blamed the in
the tongue struck the
buggy and turning the
3r onto Mr. Hawks, wlic
was thrown forward onto the dash I (Chicago
board, i I is horses began kicking but ! to them
did not hit Mr. Hawks Tho Arman
tront team was going ai such motnen
Help Get Dollar Wheat
In a communication received from |
.1. A Kvi'ritt, president ol The Amen-
' can Society of K<|uiiy, Indianapolis,
linl . ho suv this county. Kinulisher,
lis one of I'M in Die vinler wheat
Ifctatos of the ooi.nl r.v tha prodoces
!754iuMi bushels or more ol wheal.
lln further says tluil these Ti > t mn -
, I if* produce nearly half of the winter
wheat ami it the farmers in ilieni will
I refuse to market, or will market slowly j
after harvest, the price will surly he 1
i force.I to $1 00 at <'hicairo.
line dollar is the price set for I lie j
I UKM1 crop if it is a large one. II ma-
terial damage occurs to spring wheat
to make the crop short tho price will!
be set hiirlier and notice given,
(hie dollar is not to much lor wheat
W heat at this price probably makes i
the cheapest food that noes on the 1
table and at the same time tho host.
If the farmers of this county gel, $1,00
for the 100(1 crop or on ' hat basis at
it will mean a irreai uplift j
and to ev, r\ business and in j
> 1 i \ i.Ina.1 We don't mean for t lie lull- |
end ol the crop, but lor all the crop.
We colli mend the entripse of the
Americana Society of Kcjuity in placing j
convincing facts before our farmers I
They need enlighimen and direction
and we expect to print many articles:
in the future bearing on the important
ii k orfi<•«<
o I' t Ii i K
plwlged to iin
r v. ii ti (1 clerks
i ti s 1 i 1 ii 1 i ti it
part no inform-
the (lettling* of
The I armors & Merchants Hank
at hiet ic circles for the last ten v«ar«.
He with Mr. Porter, assistant principal
of the local high school, held tho territo-
rial intercollegiate championship in
tennis during their entire col le-re course,
taken at Kingfisher college.
As a National Guardsman, Mr.Allev
stands Ingh, having been cuptniu of
companny ti for two yenrs His military
experience was gained by actual ex-
perience in the Spanish-American war.
This school of instruction in rifle
shooting is preliminary to the selection
of a rifle team representing the Oklaho
had they sei fire to the town to give jtum that the horses were forced up intu
nt. to their feelings of joy. And then, the buggy and on top ol Mr. Hawks,
the thought of the exodus of the carpet-! tramping on him and cutting :i gash
bagger: What a grand sight it will be four inches long, to the bone, on his left
to see their shirt tails popping over the | arm, but luckily no bones were broken.
walls as they go back to ihestates where Dr. Rector dressed ins wounds and he is
getting along as nicely as could lie ex- j subject ol distribution of larm crops
pected. It is luckv that his injuries are and prices. ,
Mr. Armantrout was able to be at his
studio Tuesday, but he complained * f
being pretty ore.
Mr Hawks' buggy was a total wreck
when the team was extracted from the
they created so much trouble among tho
Republicans that thev were sent down
here lo nilict a people, who loved liberty
and yet could not help themselves. The
people have a right to celebrate, as no
other people under the signing sun have
for the reasons above given and because
the brightest star in the Tinted Stat e.s
will be added to old Glory the emblem entanglement
which now stands lor oik liberty a
that of the people in the balance o
the United States. Sapulpp Democrat
Furmers Ar\d Thresliennen Tevke Notice
I have just purchased twelve cars ot
Henrietta and McAlister coal, I am now
filling my bins and will be ready Iroin
now on to li!l all orders at right prices.
Thanking you one and all for ynur pat-
ronage in the past, 1 solicit a share ol
ina National (iuard in the national shoot j your trade in future,
bt Sea Hiri, N .1 . the first part of
September This is the first year okla-
homa has been permitted to participate
in this important event, and spec ml care
is being ia'%en by the governor, through
Adjutant General Niles and Colonel
Hoffman, in selecting a team ♦hat will
jnake a creditable showing in a meet
where the best rifle shots of the world
Yours lies pec t fully
The Hennessey <'ifal and Wood \ ard.
.1a m k> W, in-ik.
Sunday evening there was a collision
the Rock Island south of Kl Iteno,
which delayed the passenger t rain which
arrives here at V. 10 for over live hours
It seeins from reports that a freight
( i rain had to "double' into the litile
I OWTI Killers. I town of Minco. The engine and about
Chillioothe (Mo.) Democrat: "A town ) hallthe the train'had pulled into Minco,
that never has anvthing to do in a pub • leaving the rear end in c harge of a
lie way is on the way to the cemetery, j UraUemiin, who in some way let the
Any citizens who will do nothing for his j irain get lose from him and ii started
town is helping to dig the grave. Tho | ,|own the grade and ran into tho passen-
mau that curses tlie town furnishes ilie ( j,eri which was coming up The
cotlin. A man who is so selfish as to caboose was telescoped with the engine
lia\e no time from his business to gi,-e 0|* ^j,( passenger and several ireighi cats
the city's atl'airs is making the shroud, j were derailed. Luckily no one was
The man who is always pulling back , ntiri in the collision and a delay of live
from any public enterprise throws hours was the only serious result to t ho
bouquets on the grave and ilie lellow passengers.
who won't advertise is driving tho 1
hearse. The uian who is so stingy as to 1
be howling hard times, preaches the fu-
neral. sings the doxologv, and thus tho J
town lies buried from all sorrow and
Try a little KODOL FOR DYSPHA-
SIA after your meals. See tne ell'ect
| structive properties get. the stomach
I back into working order. 'Kodol r *-
I Iieves flatulence, sour stomach, palpita-
j tion nf the heart, belching, etc. Sold
! bv 0. Saur.
The patrons ot the Kinj-'lislior post j
ofttce awoke tod greatisurprise last week i
when it was announced thai \\ . \i
Kelley had been appointed post master. ! siA alter your meals. See tne ell'ect it j
The team has practially been selected While Mrs. McKinley has made many will produce on your general feeling by
ami will be announced early m .Inly. friends who will regret lo see her leave | digesting your food and helping your i
Ii will leave Guthrie for !Sea Oirt ; t|ie 0nice, >lr. Kelley has also made | stomach to got itself into shape. Many
August '.V. under the command j many friends who will be pleased ai 'stomachs are overworked to the point j
Adjutant tleneral Niles, team captain: good fortune in benig the lucky inun. where t hey refuse to go further. Kodol j
li'olonel K< y IJotFman. toani spotter, and ! \ye feei USsured that no better man 1 digests your food anil gives your stoni
I' api. King, leam coach. i could have been selected lor the posit ion ach the rest it needs, while its recon-
The aggregate score ol the first live
/uen in the Fort Reno shoot follows'. i ["'OT
/'api. Allsv, I-o. G l*1 A good family horse and top buggy
/t'apt. King, Dngineers ! in good shape Inquire in the grocery
Porpoxal L'amond, <'o. H |r) l | department of Killer's Store.
t'orpofal J'urk, i'o. i) j ,
rapt. Uadwiger, Co. i i 2, An Ad. Clipping Contest 1 he Lditor (jone
Times-Journal. | James K Daniel, state manager in | The editor is absent in Illinois
Arkansas, Indian Territory and Okla- week on business and Tut Put:
goes tO Chicago j |lwmtt jor tlie Huck's Siove and liulige j ckat is
Prof. E.S. Mcl'abe, formorly of the j ('ompany aL Sl. Louis, was in tho city
Hennessey schools, who lias been con- |asl, Week and sold qui:e a bill of these
ducting a teacher's institute at hnid for j^ne stoves to our genia 1 hardware niei-
,the past month, came down last week | c|iant< t|0hn Smith. And Mr. Smith
for a few day's visit with his wife and |lllvmtr imbibed the air of progress has
baby who are spending tho sum nier with n« i hoc) to Hep over the conserva-
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ljvoilll,, heretofore held by Hennessey
Minding. Prof. Met'a lie's Iriemls wi'l |ia,.jware men and do a bit of advert is-
be glad to hear that he has been eleotod j m,,
i'liu little Kills want to Ueflp tlieir
i'or the liftlt time t« tlio superiiit enuency evus lj|mll for |ie |llls sotiielhing in suire
of the Jviritfrtslier schools, suul tl'ai as! |0,, ti|leul. Wai.cli for .lolin Smith's ad-
usiiul lie is striving lo better e |iii|> him- sor,1K8m#n,s in this paper.
self for iliis impni'lani work. Lie leaves j
today for the <'lilcui!o University where |„(, voll eveP make appliuation for j ville Mo., "three or my customers were
he will remain mil II t lie opening of ilie |olin, alul si^n all the papers | permaiieiitl> cored of consumption by
Kingfisher schools in Seplamber. U'liilo j oanneot«it therewith, and ihen he oom- , l)r. King'* New Discovery, and are well
in the ('niversitj1 lie will take VraiainK I pei]etl to wait twoor tliree weeks before and ttrong today; One was tryItm to
alonir profes.ional lines. y0U oould get the motley? Cookrell tell l i property and move lo Arizona,
UK# headi, D^ite head*, utatemonti Bt make their .. but fier uaing New IMsc.very slior.
bill heads, fancy and p.uiii staitonery, | ;,nd pay the money :he day the papers nine he found u unnecessary ,o do
at this office. See what we have, are sinned.
in I he lender care of the
devil" and if anything appears in this
issue that you don't like, bring your
paper back and we will cut ii out. It
the pa pel appears better than usual las
it on the "devil
Honey and Tar
best cough syrup
contains no opiates.
l ortun-Ate Missourians
'When I was a druggist, ai Livonia,
Mo." writes T •' lawyer, now ol Gravs-
The pleasantest and
to lake, because it
Sold by ti. < Saur.
List of unclaimed anil advertised
letters remaining in the post ollice at
Hennessey. Okla . i'or the week ending
.luly 2nd, 1000.
Miss .. ne Harrison
Miss Mat tie Delliner
Andrew K (ireun
When calling for above please say
"advertised" and pay 1 cent.
,1. A. I'V.i.r, I' M
To Farmers And Threshers
(). II. Kidney has IU0U tons ol coal
t he best ever in Hennessey for sale at
the lowest price.
A sweet breath adds to the joys of a
kiss. You wouldn't want to kiss your
| wife, mother or sweetheart with a had
breath. You can't have a sweet breath |
j without a healthy stomach. You can't
have a healthy stomach without perfect
I digestion. There is only one remedy
i that digests what you eai and makes
the breath as sweet as a rose and that j
remedy is KODOL FOR DYSPHASIA.)
It in a relief for sour stomach, palpita-
tion ol the neart and other ailments
arising from disorders of the stomach
When The Shoe is on The Other I ool
Ina country not a thousand miles
from Kingfisher there is a town com-
posed of busities men just, like this
town. They hate to hear of people
sending out of town for goods, just
like our merchants do. They think,
audit is right, that the people should
pairoui/.e the home merchant. 1 hey
love to seo in their home paper
column after column «>I strong argu-
ment (which costs them nothing),
lighting the mail order houses, .lust
like our merchants do. When they
want some envelopes they send
i he government printing ollice lor
them. .lust like some of our mer-
chants do. When they want a little
l job work, they chase from one end of
the town to the other, jewing the
printers, and telling the printers how
i much cheaper they could buy this
stuff, in Chicago. Just like some <d
our merchants do. II the printer
should go into one of these stores and
make as much fuss about a suit ol
clothes, as some of our merchants do
about a small job of printing they
would think the world had come to
an end We ilo not mean i< say iiiat
al! ol our merchants are that was
Some of them are too big and busy,
and appreciat e I he ell'orts ol ibe news-
papers in their behalf. ^ ou have
probably received circulars, seut to
you ina stamped envelope, thai the
merchant who sent ii to you, bought
il'rom the great mail order priming
! concern, the I nited .states. liut of
course that is a dit'erent thing, tliey
saved about fifteen emus. Kingfisher
| Free Press.
Blames Dicken Pur "23"
! That Charles Dickens, the great
England novelist, furnished the material
lor the prevalent slang phrase Twent y-
three.lor you,*' is the theory advanced
j b\ Professor Fred Newton Scott, head
[of the rhetoric department in the.uiuver-
j sit y of M ichigan.
•• rwenty-t liree" is generally coupled
with t hat other slang expression now so
popular. "Skidoo." Wheuce "skidoo
comes is as much of a mystery to Pro
! lessor Scott as it is to most j^eople.
Uocently there has been considerable
discussion as to the origin ol ''twenty-*
three for you." No explanation as log-
i.ical as thai otl erd by Professor Scott has
j been put forward.
1 • 'J 1 isyuiio possible thai t he expression
I vas originaily drawn from a sentence in
the closing chapter of Dickens' "A Tale
I of two .<'ities." a sioriy based on the
French revolution," says Prol ess or Scott
"The last scene in the chapter depicts
II he execution of Sydney Carton, the hero
of the story. "As the line of those con-
demned to ilie advances slowly toward
j the guillotine, the knitting women,
j keenly interested in '.lie executions,
count tlie victims stricken by the fatal
j blade Carton, the twenty'ihird person
inline, steps up on the guiliotine plaU
j form. Then to quote Dickens:
"The murmuring of many voices, the
and digestion. Take a little Kodol alter
, , ■, it 1 1 upturning ol many laces, the pressing
your meals and see what it will do lor i J
you, Sold by < •. C. Saur.
y IR S T N A T I () X AL 1 i A X K
11KNN10SSKV. <>Iv LAHOMA
At the Close uf lUisimws, Monday, .lutie 18th. !! 0U
regard Dr. Kind's New Discovery as t he
I most wondertiil medicine in existence.
Surest < outrli and Cold cure and Throat
ard Lung healer. Uuranteed by K. A.
! Dinkier, Druirifist. oOc and $1. Trial
! bottle Iree.
I.oims and discounts
premium on l". Si. lionds
Real estate, furniture and tit
Uniied States bonds
5 per cent redemption f u<l
and in other b>uik>,
t "ill Capita! stock
.">711 '-22 Surplus
1,000 00 , Undivided profits, net
5,">00 00 Circulation
<35,000 un l>e|«osilk
1 '2;>ii 00
r,5.i - !l IT
'Jfti« «',«>.••> btyIBniiflt i ctirre
> 25,000 tK)
K. R. 1 >ricr,i;i,l,. Caslii.er.
A Picnic Party.
The >ouni! folks of Hi.nnessoy
alive to all manner of pleasure and on
Snnday a party of twelve spent the |sion
afternoon and evening in Diminick s
grove in a very enjoyable manner. They
enjoyed a splendid sup[>er in picnic
spread in the grovo. Those present
were Misses I'jtliel Weudall, Hessie and
lirace llalstin, Myrtle .lohris and Maude
Smith. Messrs. .loe Ebler, Kd Kirten-
bauiih, (.len Smith. Charley Nortlistein,
Klav Felt and Joe England. Tliey re
i Mr, S. A. Snider lias had some bills I turned late in the evenmn touch re-
printed at Thk I'ltK^*- Dkmoi ka'I' job i freshed and voting the outing a magniti-
rooins announcing a public sale at his | cent success.
farm northwest of town on .luly lltli.
I Lennedy's f.axattve Honey and Tar is
Miss Hessie Ward is assisting Thk the original laxative cough syrup and
j I'hkss-Dkmix rat this week. i combines the qualities necessary to re-
I Glen Wells left Tuesday for Paul* I lieve the cough and purge tho system of
where ho lias secured a lucrative cold. < ontains no opiates. G. C. Saur.
Men and boys to sell our new street
novelty Sells nt- ight with big profits
,luiv till and ai otlior celebrations write
at once. L. H Tewksbury Mil?. Mo
Novelty Works, Oklahoma City, la
on of many footsteps, in the outskirts of
the crowd, so that it swells forward in a
mass, like olio great heave of water, all
flashes away. Twenty-three." "
"The connection between the expres-
and the selection Irorn Dickens
seems easy to trace. ' arton was No.
when he was removed from tilts Ilie.
Any person looked on us worthy ol re-
moval from a group of men or any
opinion regarded as lifeless is sutuuiarily
lagged with the number 28."
I he Dutchman's Views
The followiiiif .ueleganl but expres-
sive communication laKen Irom lii^
Umitflas News is father sensible view to
take ol i ho si i ti at ion
KtM'h < t>UN Kits, o. jr.
Mtsier KdiH r y
I was so busy u: 11 der liarvetft'l ti id
not rote for sometime but 1 ij< i don now
unci I will see wai ish going on. Well f
liauU'd a load of whete to l>u<*ikle«s und
^ni a tfood brice, 1 was awf.«l hoi tintl
dry nud der lirht dini^ 1 want.oil to ^ei a
to I schinall one to cool oil' untl den do some
dradinif. I looked nb nay frents but dey
was all out! Sha^k sheuterly he goi a
lit ih' bud lie vasli out too, sowoud home
initoui lui> i.ntr anyiliiu: .und dook lode
to l-alrihound. 1 >at korporate J dink
.shust^Uill tier town or U*«ey had left a
hlaceioK" a drink uud sed down unJ
rest a lit'.le, we would «ot liaf to stand
round^iu der stores in tier vay und wen
der'-fcUy «ii^ comes in to trade und to
spark init der klorks we don't not haf
to stay und dry to listen to wat dey say.
We could uo und visit our trienls und
take a couple und I'eel socherbel und a
«to<hI saloon would pay a irood lisens und
der city could huild sidowalks untl cross-
ings und den if our ladies come iu mil
but ler nutl etitfs dev would not haf to
valk ankle deep in tier mm Dot Hat
teller talks alitnii a christian town.
\\ eli tUit ish all rile lot), untie tier
church is all rite too. bui dey aim tier
only ones dot need*, to do business w
maUe tlinj's brosberous. I tress it,ish all
rite to ltx>k after peoble's souls sal von ion
il vott tlon'i forirot dot you have one too
dot introt lost in der shuttle. I iress
we all want to go to heaven but I don't,
believe you can make anybody *ro tier®
akordinp to law or drive dem in mil a
klub Good bye. Mister.Kditer.
>i?KTItli .Ti mnii*hki k.
Thew is no need worrying alonjr in
tlittcnuiFftrt because of.a disordered di-
^ention t et it bottle, of KI>I i 1 Kc >15.
liyslTI'SlA and >ee what,it will do
lot-you .Kodol not only digests what
you eiti and aivesil.at *ired snnnach a
needed rest, but is a corrective of the
greatest elllcency. Kodol -relieves in-
diirestioii, tlyspepsia. pa|pitation of ih«
heart, flatulance, ami sour stomach
Kodol will make yonr stomach younir
anil health.y auain Von will worry
Justin the proportion that your-stomach
worries you. Worry means the loss of
ability lo dt^your best. Worrt is to he
avoided al all time*. Kodol will take
the woury out of your stomach. Sold
' by I •. i . Saur.
Our State University
Durintr the /ourteeu year* of its ex-
istence the Wkhdiomu ('niversity ha.s
made alin« >.i unparalleld projxiess. The
first year of iu establishment it hail
four members of the (acuity anil an en-
rollment of llfty Muilenls. It has now
crown until the faculty numbers thirty-
four and the sHulein- boyd an even six
bundred. The following table will give
an accurate idea of the increase in at-
1895 1 Sfi jJ
For the last tlMee years the annual
increase has #een something over one
htuidred. Tiie college department hae
made more rapid 4 it grehs than any
other There were ou!y two member*
in the llrst graduating class in lS«<h.
Until the present year leu was the larg
est miniber to graduate in the college of
arts and sciences at anv ene time, but
the class of I1HHI numbered :.'U, In the
A Quiet Wedding.
On Sunday afternoon at three o'clock j
Key. Ihiir solemnized the holy bonds of j sc||00, w| p|lal.macv I; were gra.luaied
Miss Maude Kaze- 1 . , ^
t he <
position with a hardware t'.rin. Glen is \
a fine fellow and Tuk Prkss-Dkmcm hat
w ishes him oceans of good foitune in
his now home.
i beer and Mr. Floyd \\ inslow, j
family residence of the bride.
were no invited guests present. *• s all linos h
h;i->s l)KMo< irvi extends isongralula*'
tions to the young cotif leand wishes
i hern a long and happy life and that
I heir only cares may be I it tie ones.
this year Ui the «cb«xil of tiive aris
! Hulk and Unit led
sour, at li re wer's.
j graduated anil three masters degree
^ '' '^| were conferred. The advancement c
n made principa' > '
At a tmrjrain one and a half acres
wiili three room house, good cellar, well
and bam. Address Lock l?"* • !•*. Hen-
Uhe last t hree veara.
FOR ^>ALfc--hour lots,
eiglit room house, brick
cave, good well and barn.
Price lor next .to days
only $<>oo.oo. A W Wfit-
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