The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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SUMMER WASH GOODS.
- ■ UK season is now on
I the Wash (l.niils lini' anil
I wt> arc .soiling great quan
titi* s of the Ih'st, and
iifw. st nash I'Vcr
shown in Hennessey, ami wo
want to say th.it we o vn our
sU**k at tin* lo^fst tigui,. ever
paid for this class of merchan
diso and we can and will save
''V'T.V customer a nice little
sum t,r money on each and ev-
ery purchase made of us this
season. We know we are
i iirht on these goods a d talk
we're right. Itisnowhigh time
to l>u v weaegoods as Summer
)>as come to slay. Our stock
** '• •• ls to .jf.ote prices
n* but we will be glad to have
you call and make a thorough inspection of
these goods both as to quality and prices and
we are sure that you will be pleased
STI^.AW HATS for hot Weather.
That rr i| tmc |
jtock INGM Avrrjl
,tm£ boy- that is i
Pine Lisle Hose for Misses or 1,-uiies
black or white, per pair '
Wayne Knit Hose, very tine gauge
per pair, only 7.
Pony Hose for Misses, the very best
Mens' Black or Tan one half Hose
3 pair for only
Mens' White Foot Hose
|E have a very choice se-
lection of Hot Weather
Hats at the very low-
prices possible. Our
prices range from |0c
for the very cheapest up to $|.
and $1.23 for the liner grades.
We also are showing some
very desirable Hats in Linen
C rash at only
50 and 75c.
Fine Patent Leathers at.. . .$2.50 and $2 "a
The very best Kid or
Patent Leather at....
5325 and $3-51
Ladies' Fine Ox-
fords, Kid, at
J|*50 and £f«75
High Grade Patent
fes r« • n t« rt*at
K r>re well supplied
with the latest in
Summer Hosiery and
would be pleased to
show you what we
have. Fine Lace Hose- for
Mi.-s. ■- white | *
only. per pair | 3
for boys and girls
Our line of Fur Hats are up
to the very best, we having
received several large ship-
ments from the Eastern Fac-
tories in the last few days. We have always
been in the lead in Good Hats at
the least orices. Our Staple
Hats are the best for the money
that can be had. See the very
best Hat that sells for $1.25.
Our lines at $1.50 and $1.75 can
not be duplicated. In Dress
2.00 ii 2$;h°wintr ",e late" "yies at 175
Low Cuts, Shoes and Oxfords.
We are showing some new designs in La-
die .n and Men's Low Cuts for this season,
i ee oui line of Men's Oxfords at... ,$2 00
Children's and Miss-
es'Patent and Kid at
««.'£ £Z ^SSSJirJSfSS^
The prices are right, too.
EM EMBER we have the cleanest
as well as the largest Grocery
store in the city. If you buy
.V°ur groceries here you will
P" llave llle satisfaction of knowing
fite „ fhat you eat will he clean and
fit for the table. We make a specialty of
high-grade Teas and Coffees. We have the
exclusive sale on ,1. H. Conrad's teas coffees
and after a careful scrutiny we find them to
be the best to be had for the money. If vou
have not been buying your Groceries here we
advise you to begin now; better late than never
THE BIG RACKET STORE
[Wholesale and Retail, - . CASHION BROs! Props.
Tbe Hennessey Clipper «rd Br^ at ninon^r.
— — Hennessey was well represent-
'■ at the Kingfisher Chautauqua
:ast Sunday, many of our citizens
( - ii. m 1 i.i.kh , f.11. ami i hoi>. :>*'ing anxious to see Mr. Bryan
and hear his lecture on his re-
<•1 nt trip in foreign countries.
They t ame home well pleased. ,
There were l.'l- paid admission j
tii-kets s..!d, besides the regular
seis.n tickets, which made a
1:attendance. The lecture was
"ii his travels and contained but
■ne or two allusions to politics, f
K<uem) «,ihr a ,, T
** "''•"'■<1 CI ... 111;,!'.,-
SliSCBIPIMJN PRIft. $1.00 * Yl \B.
POIITICAL 4NN01 NCLMfSTS.
"ur charc fo-
- '•> for com ar,<! «
pok cointy ( i.KliK.
We *rf nathor ... .
Woodwork as a candidate far «
Mibjeoi to tb^drcisMtn • ( thj K«
k.ox'liidier <vmjni \
The Epworth League will hold Rura| rarrjpr<. Pai(
an ice cream social on the M. K n • •
parsonage lawn on Wednesday ^^"^11 ^ ^ R' °
I night, June 20, Everybody ' rece,ve salary of
cordially invited J year. This begins to
* llke a fairer compensation
Dr. H. H. Wynne, Specialist of ^ ' '' tr'I>s through the mud
the Eye, Ear, Xose and Throa' dusl" under t,le rays of a hot
|of Oklahoma City, will be in M. 11'^ S.U""n< r SUn' in 1,10 rain nr
nessoy. Wednesday June 26, at, tlle wi"try storms. It
the office of Dr. Xewton RectVr 'S n,,t a11 P'easure to carry a
Glasses fitted. ■ rura' route.
flag Da> tntrrtainrnont.
The exercises presented on
the night of Flag Day at th.- Con
gregational church under the
auspices of the Women's Ke,!ef
Corps were instructive, enter
taining and highly appreciated
by all present. The thouL'ht in
mi nils of the Corps wis the in
stilling of ]vttriotism in t h>
hearts of the risinir uenerati
1 lie follow,ng program was pre
Wo now withdraw our price on
apples and do not care tobuv
them at any price.
We can make a few more con-
.ra« ^ fi.r the lat^ frtv stone'
peaches at >; p. r bushel.
Ilonness. y Canning Co.
•' S. C'i.ai;k. Mgr.
The editor of the Clipper andl an(^ ^rs* Sam Davidson I
his family left this morning to!rcturncd lasl Friday from a
particijxite in a fami.'v re-nnionlll^ 7®?k ' with relatives
of the Miller family at the homo j, fr,ends in ^eodosha, Attona
of the ediu.r's sister, Mrs J [ an t'!t'r P'aees in Kansas.
Stewart in Chanute, Kansas.
They will be away abiut a weel\
Itrief History Of naf-R; 1 .. I. .
tor. Mrs lluntxlt^rtrer
Read mi: I hiul noUtinv ra«>r^ to say I
Ueadiiu' "RarMn Fwitch •• H v
^Ritlie Cry Frc«s!.„ M s
Kucoi* n mr. s eoi IIotip • Mr«
U'fitatirtn—• An Aii:pr.'tn< r! M ,
Oaei-Rtlna and W-nona Rmv,m
Klai* l>nu llwol Hole r,r|4
Mrs w U II tuner
Kumo* lie<*k« ah
RMtltn-.; aad TaWesu Ino.. ,,...
Ntvtre; Mv <;,MJ y,, -j,
Mrs S; oh.mt
«iwm- rwitu aatiMOMf im
Mrs M-Ktrtv Mrs lUllift Mr M.mrf vir s
Kroiuunn - The Master ami II , i\v
Wn* Uondiff iXiver
and I)r Onward «' . .
S'*vde^ t >H rooduotrd In «
l as £ © C
>« ti • Under ih* Rtnn -r ht
r- ' alutus
Ke «din>r M s< IVar. M«och
Jl"1' Vu rlet: J -- .-o tj,r |'V
M. ihrr Adams «. ,r • M m s
Rnorr i!«i VThiir and «oe
< ln.ru, WlHSoihr ll,j. , „m, M l(.oh
Htnnr Araln' ibe tiirl, of .11 .
TaWeau "Thr Lout and S!u,i lb, ;v
l>r. K.-fU.r a.nl Mr H . nc-
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hines of
W ili s. Kansas, arrived here
i Tuesday night, and will occupy
' irm ri-siilencerecentlr pur-
J chafed from ||r. Viltmdwidl
I in'.r sun, A. H. Hines now living
on his tether's farm will move to i
J his own place recently purchas ,
led of W. EL Johnson southeast of I
A. C. Black returnetl home
Monday night from an extended
visit among relatives in California
ami reports a splendid vtaifc,
While in Oakland he ran 0:1 to
Milt Crist and had a nice litth
visit with them.
Rov. David Martin will deliver
the C dtl Fellows Memorial ser-
mon at I!:son on Sunday June 30.
VOU CAN DO GOOD WOPic **•
WITH GOOD MACHINFPV *
,TWE AND 0NI0 IMPLEMENTS—the best on thl
market are handled by us. We have a full r 1 ^
tors, Listers, Cotton and Corn Planters pi'",! n
and Disc Harrows, now in stock. ' Harrows,
Mitchell and Studebaker Wap-nnn
[r°"' 'Bbm ^ -
Satisfaction (iuaranl^ii In Harness and Tin De
i w. H. SNOOK
• BKURKJAN, a. H., OPH D
• ■ railua'f University of Michi-
Can and Chicago Optical College.
OPF1CS WITH dft cosk.
a; c'3rd Saturday o; ea. week.
Miss [. 1 and Lucile Pittman
, eft Monday moaning for a yisit |
IwiUl their grandmother near!
I heroriee, WoikIs county. Fretl :
>ivs the house seesu t-> have in I
creased in size since the girls
left. s "
IN THE SAME BOAT.
.Mo^es Ir;ainl Rosa Clements
Havetisville, Kansas, nieces of
K. Clements, of Union township
came down last week on a visit
to their uncle's family and to at-
tend the wedding of their cousin
| Miss Almlra Olemeats,
v'.. aiul Mrs. W. L. Moore at-
tended the Kingfisher Chautau-
qua yesterday and heard Hon.
c'las- Landis in the afternoon.
- " fe and
daughter arrived Tuesday night
from Sayre, Okia., and will vFsit
with relatives and friends here.
Sis (wN> is knplig tppohrtn bI —
t you think yon ouijh: t z and
play cricket or thine. Tommy?
Tommy—O, don't worry Sis. old
pirl, the fart la. I'm hanzine about
ft* a little party myself
HER CHILLY RETORT.
If you buy your Dru.'s tt
^ou will know you've bought
the best. No Prescription "too
complicated, nor want too small
I0 ref,eive our prompt attention
PAINTY POST f/ionc
That will be creditable to the
sender, just, received.
East Sitio Main St., Honnosaoy.
, >.F. * ■ u bothered about see
e in ti.
The late Dr. -
Mas*>. aftt-r jiourin
J ef his undying . ..
touching manner for or .:
j to a young wi>man n h i>,
| would become hi- fi rih wif
rrfus.il tht- « H time.
He started for the ti. ->r. '•••;•
| ing around he -.nd ,n a n -
, dt-rous tone: "Hy Kavem.
1 the coldest woman I ev.-r
j The young ttoii an looked up and
an.-wt-r il, «u<->-tli :
I "< h. no. doctor, you have s«n
L-oldcr than I."
ing the edges of your ! *ns
" V-, -"l ;i pur of Tor- ^
. . ,v II relieve this annoy- fe
• -'ul you in many .jtlier'fc
■ '.Kit FIELD OF VISION'
r- p C. A. Courtney Produce Co. ^
' . -I-
wo ANNOYtna BDucam
r-K .H.IT IMAt.KIN ALL DIRBL'
IN k.vt. a PKKFFXn- lkns
SEE US ABOUT
T O l^ICS
C. A. BALL,
Jeweler and Optician.
„ ,S"a'""",r" « •""•IHT |.r,,.„K, ^,,7
n rsLa,wi!r ^ !r
T,l,': KST nii'u kv'm Arn' rlm
X,ion,'f,l,klah a"'i win aiwuvs' s
all thf lltiiI'kef will justify and will
tt t honest weights inul a
r A. Courtney 13
Sale bills on short notice, at the. Clipper office.
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Miller, C. H. The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1907, newspaper, June 20, 1907; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105555/m1/4/: accessed September 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.