The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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THK HENNESSEY CLIPPER, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14, U>(>1.
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♦ I.(Mi A VKAIt IN ADV AM I..
IMblislieil evary Thursrtuy at Hennessey.« klu-
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lOilitor ami Publisher.
Wait till those; convicts get young man attached to the ad-
down into Oklahoma and we will | vertising department, and who
capture them all. j had done fairly well writing ad -
vertisments and business open-
ings, the editor thought might
do, and accordingly the ad writer
In ls'.W the Oklahoma cotton
crop brought #2,5117,1 l'.KOn. Okla
houia raises a little cotton.
and to-morrow the
romped off to the wedding.
When he turned in liis copy he
convention convenes killed every chance of evei get-
le statehood. ! ting out of the advertising de-
He had out done hini-
It seems that charges in
()klahoma don't care who prefers
President Roosevelt refused
to ride or drive a horse which
has been docked. It is ;i good (
The police matron of Topeka j
is going to force compulsory ed- j
ucation. She will do great good
if she does.
The Jenkins charges have
sizzled themselves out. In the
spring they will have to be re-
charged with gas.
The West side seems to take
remarkably little interest in
single statehood conventions.
We don't fancy that kind of state-
An Illinois man has bought
180,000 acres of Kansas land
which he will convert into ail im-
mense wheat ranch. He is pat-
terning after the 101 ranch of
near I liss Oklahoma.
to resolve on sing
('has. F. Bahkett of Shawnee | s(i)f -n his p}ll.ti(.uiar line, making
has been elected secretary of the ^ brilliant spurts in reference
$10.00.Teffersonian club of Okla- t() tiu, bl.ide-s tuilet. It read as
homa _ jfollows:
Admit Oldalioiiia to statel "The bride was attired in rich
and we'll place a protectorate and elegant stuffs the gems of
over the Indian territory, if European looms, worth double
there is no other way out of it. 1 the price asked. The art of Lon-
don, of Berlin, and of Munich
gave the inspiration, and the ge-
nius of the best dressmakers in
i the county co-operated in ex-
pressing the designer s idea.
The front was of Brussels net
"FumnNti Boh" Evans is over white satin. The net was
slated for duty with the Asiatic embroidered with seed pearls,
squadron where he will have to former price ifcM.HH, sale price
C., R. I. & p Time Table.
WKKT B >U N1 > PASSKN'.KM.
NO. I •
EAST Hill'NH PaS>KN<.KB
President Roosevelt has been
elected Vice-President of the
Long-Island bible society. Too
many honors are liable to make
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Between Chicago & San Francisco.
Secretary Hitchcock lias re-
fused to hear a contest case
brought on the grounds that the
entry man had taken the land for
speculative purposes and had of-
fered to sell the same.
learn to swe
Mrs. Dalton is in Topeka
button-holing the governor for a
pardon for her son Enimett.
There is too much of this pardon
business. We don't believe in it.
The Kingfisher Times in or-
der to do something out of the
way will support single state-
hood, a thing which every other
paper on the Rock Island line is
In the Stone case only two
things are sure. Miss Stone is
either alive or dead and will or
will not u'et out of her present
diletna. Further than this the
There is some talk of taking
in the Indian Territory for sym-
pathy. That will work like elect-
ing a man to office because lie is
not able to make a living any
Attorney General Strang
has issued an opinion that the
correspondents will not venture, i
,ian who sent
| school and indemnity lands of
The Kansas man who sent a [Oklahoma are not open to miner
Winchester ball crashing jal claims. It is causing some
through the body of the Is year coin motion.
old unarmed bov convict ought to
t)7. The yoke was of white
satin, and the sleeves were made
very close and met the$l.")0 C'en-
temeri gloves at the elbows.
The veil was of unhemmed tulle,
g(" )d value at .')• . The
groom wore a made to order
frock coat which fitted with a
perfection which not only
surpassed all such previous en-
deavors but transcended the ut-
most possibilities of belief ol
those who know the limitations
of garment productions In
getting up this wedding the cost
was forgotten, the thought of ex-
pense, the labor, the tact and
diplomacy necessary to such an
accomplishment was not allowed
to deter our effort;
| contemplating mi
visit this establishment.
[thing is not as represt
i money will be return
Leave Omaha on Biu •> at 1 p. ni.
All the best scenery of the Koeky Mountain
uuiltne Sierra Nevada by day-lij-'ht In both
Pliese ears are carried on the limited train* ••
the Great Hock Island Koute. Denver ami
Km (irande (Scenic Uonte). Uio (!rand *
Western and Southern Pacitic.
Dinintr Car Service Through.
Buffett Library Cars.
K \V. THOMPSt N
A. li. V A.. Topeka. Ivu
feel liighlv gratified at liis work.
Ami the young animal was run
ning, too. \ t's it was a capital
C'o.nsi anTlNOl'le is having
earthquakes and her populace
has deserted the houses and
taken up it's abode in tents.
Constantinople will have an
earthquake some of these days
hi lace will hunt bom b
in the ground instead
Jee tries and Ruhlin will hold
a court of inquiry to see which
is the better man. Jeffries is
likely to make a loop and force
Ruhlin to a retrograde move
inent. according to popular sen-
Buiiri a Home or Buy a farm
No Interest to Bay.
The National Home Huildint: Company is rep-
resented in Hennessey by
Aha McCandless A: A.(J. \ inson
It will pay you to investigate.
A NEW SYSTEM REACHING,
WITH ITS OWN RAII.S,
and many other important
points in the southeast.
good connections at
MOATGOM KK V,
and ale points in the
passengers arr anging
for tickets via the
ilid tile ]><
Kansas has been I laving oodles
of sport during the past week
hunting down, capturing or kill-
inir the convicts who escaped
from the "pen" at Leavenworth.
Now is the time foi Kansa
"•et their record up a>
Till: Kingfisher Times says that
the Indian Territory is not tit to
govern herself and that is the
reason why Oklahoma should
take hold of her and help her
along. Isn't that pretty I niper
ialistie to come from a democrat-
c. o. qosh, n. i).,
Physician and Surgeon, will have an opportunity
to enjoy the comforts of
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l'usli dooi1I •«-lI !nr ms-'lit eull only A BRAND N fc.\ . I l u
Kesidenee. .1. II Antrobus property. South- j LIMITED TRAIN—
He' The Southeastern
en n l-sskv
1 ho Art Writer's Wedding.
Word came into this office mn
da-v some time ago. that a swel
t(,i wedding was about to take place
laving j'pin. society reporter wa
killed their man," as a number ! .md ;,|1 the otl
of the convicts are unanned and were chasing assi
they may be killed on sight pro I tlie city editor felt
viditig they fail to fall on their!
knees and throw u]> their hand:
ke the man
"! caught bet ween t hird and home
■ land put out of the game. Hut a
Stevens & Miller,
Farmers 0c Merchants bank build
ing front, rooms upstairs.
A. B. CULLUH, M. I).,
Physician and Surgeon.
All eulls promptly attended, cluy or ni*lu
lOftlee front room over ('rider's store, tie.-si-
1 ilenee. KninU Hunt property. Northeast Hen-
1XFOHMATIOS AS TO HOrTR A NII
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IUHKK.VOKH TRAI'I'll! MAXAURH,
G. VV. BAKER,
Office over Bryan's store, corner
-Ith and Main st.
Hennessey, - Oklahoma.
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Miller, L. G. The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1901, newspaper, November 14, 1901; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104940/m1/4/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.