The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 14, 1909 Page: 4 of 8

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One More Week of Bargain Giving
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necessity to have good warm clothes and bedding.
We have quite a number of pairs of Cotton Blankets
at 50c per pair, regular < 3c grade.
The $1.00 quality at - - * -)(k'
The $1.25 quality at • - - ^
The $1.50 quality .it
Large 12-4 $2.25 quality at - - $109
Fine Wool 11-1 worth $5. at $3.98
We sell Men's $1.25 Overshoes at - $1.00
.. <i .. 1.50 Overshoes at - 1.30
•• •• •• 1.75 all rubber Overshoes at 1.50
.. .. •• 3.00 combination Felt Boots at 2.50
I ,aces and Embroideries.
Our Lace Sale is finding a ready demand. A large
assortment of 8c and 10c Laces on sale at for the
yard - - •
Wide Corset Cover Embroideries, 65c and 75c values
Special at 35c
We are selling lots of underwear these cold days. Our
big case of heavy fleeced underwear which we
bought especially for this sale is about one-half
gone. We are selling this at the special price of
40c per garment or 80c per suit.
Men's all wool shirts and drawers worth $1.25 each,
Special - - - "
Ladies' heavy 75c fleeced vests and pants, Special
at each - - * "
Ladies ribbed 35c vests and pants, Special at each 25c
Thousands of articles on sale at reduced prices, which it is impossible to mention. Remember
one more week of these low prices, so come in and get what you need while the pr.ces are so low.
THE BIG RACKET STORE
CASHION B R O
thers, proprietors
THE CLIPPER
E*ter«d mt tbe pwwftw :il O
*eeond eJM* mallei
C.1I. MII.I.KR. FJI.ANDFRC
SU-SCRIPTION Pfilft $1.00 * «* .
Wil
MORE PEOPLE
WEAR GLASSES
Now than ever before. W hyv
1st because people read a
hundred times as much as
ever before. 2d because it
is only a few years since
glasses could be ground to
tit every eye defect. 3d be
cause intelligent people re
alize how necessary it is to
save the eyes as much as
possible
EL BERRIGAN, Specialist
Graduate University of
Michigan and Chicago Op-
tical College.
Dr. Goie's Sat., .Ian. 10
nse living south in the
neighborhood of Dover would
have a better chance to get
through with their business in
one day, on account of the
arrival and departure of trains
at Hennessey than they now
have at Kingtisher.
The Constitution provides that
"no special or Iocs' '
considered hv ti
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Dunn, Fitzhugh & Burns,
Proprietors of The
HENNESSEY TRANSFER CO.,
until notici
troduction
have been
consecutiv
ly newspaf
city
,w shall be
Legislature
f the intended in-
such bill shall first
lublisbed for four
reeks in some week-
• published in the
r county affected by such
law, stating in substance the
contents thereof, and verified
proof of such publication tiled
with the Secretary of State.
There would be no troubl
about Hennessey furnishing a j jK)S(ld bv McGuire. The matter
suitable place for the holding | ,ias bee^ maUe subject of daily
such court, and all necessary I - •
protection fur the records there
prepared to do all kinds of hauling promptly at short
>. Special attention to careful handling of house-
roods and furniture.
-w i I First published in the Clipper Jitn. 14,1909.
would result in $-,000,000 rake Drainage Notice,
off for those who engineered the
deal. A lobby with Frank Mo-
Murray of McAlester at its
head is in Washington urging j
jcrats propose competitive bid -
j ding between the state and the
i government but this too is op
Will Ask for a County Court at
Hennessey.
One of the provisions of the
Oklahoma Constitution is to the
effect that the Legislature may
provide by special enactment for
the holding of sessions of the
County Court at some other
point in the county in addition
tii ti e session of said couit at
the county seat.
In vie* of the large per cent,
of the business before the
county court which comes from
of. The convenience to the
: people in attending to all probate
! and estate matters coming be-
' fore the County Court would be
sufficient reason for the I DjiUee on Indian affairs is sup
of such a bill We have no doubt
conference on the part of demo
crats and McGuire claims that
he has not been asked to attend.
The present royalty system he
declares is working satisfactory.
Chairman Sherman of the com-
entative Utterback
liepr
Senator Brownlee would heed a
petition of this kind from their
constituents, if presented to
I them.
Whatever is done should be
done quickly in order to get the
! proper publication required,
i What will yon do about it, ciii-
zens.
F*:
the nortl
would be
the per.j;
county as i.* ha ;r g
and expen e to t/>
a regular Mr** ti ot ti-*-
Court held *t
uncertainty of a'o.
to Kingfisher .n Mr.* t
ordinary bu*.r <-« bef'
court and g*-t back bom
evening make* such a
very desirable to peop
east or
jnty it
-nee to
MfOuire Blocks Two Million
Dollar Rake Off.
Washington, Jan. ".-
sentative McGuire and
c ratic members of congr
Oklahoma have lockoc
liepre
demo
ss froii
horn-
LVjUiity
The
t/j ff't
attend
e said
over the disp
no
and asphalt lands of the stat
The former states that undei
i iremstances will he support th
proposed sale of the property t
Notice is hereby given that 011 lite 10th day
o( Dei- IW..I W I'ullium and others tiled nil
ui\ uttk-e n petition prayll t.' fin- Hie establish-
tu«-nl ol a drainage district and the construc-
tion of a ditch or drainage system bcuninlni; |
a* ihe southeast corner ot the southwest
uuarter of section . 1. 1* N K. . \V - 1- M.
f (Columbia Twp.l and runninn west one and
the sale of the lands. The demo- one half miles thence north H m ..r
I er ditch beginning at or near the center of
' the S W uuarter of Sec. 7 Columbia wp., on
the south line of said quarter section, auil
running in a northerly direction to intersect u
ditch now open. And on the 4th day of Jan.
ismy A. Cain and others, tiled in my office a
petition praying for the establishment of a
drainage district and provide for the construc-
tion of a ditch commencing at the north cond
along the west line of the southwest quarter
of section b of said t wp and running south to
S W corner of said section, thence east X rods
to pood, thence east 400 feet to pond
And on the 4th day of Jau 1W* the board of
County Commissioners appointed viewers to
view said proposed drainage districts, and
Raid viewer^ having made their report in
writing recommeLding the establishment of
said drair.age districts as follows:
•We report that the said drainage districts
are a necessity to the public health, to the
Dubllc roads, and to the farm lands embraced
ti the said district, and unless some relief is
given at ouce. a great portion of the land can
not be farmed the coming season.
• Therefore we recommend that a ditch be
constructed between the SVV ^ of and
the N W 4 sec. 17 Columbia Twp. beginnig at
a point about 1UU" feet east of the SVV corner
of sec m Twp. 1H. N. K 5 and running east
about 850 feet, thence in a northeast direction
and ending at a creek about ft north of
section line. . .
"We also recommend that a ditch be con-
structed beginning at the southeast corner of
the S W sec 7 Columbia Twp and running
west one half mile, thence beginning at the
SK corner of the S W sec 7 Columbia 1 wp.
and running east one half mile and connecting
with the aforesaid ditch between sections Y
and 17 Columbiba Twp. also a ditch to be con
structed beginning at or near the centci
of the SW1* Sec 7 Columbia Twp on soutl
line of said quarter section and running noit
three fourths of a mile and connecting with
ditch now constructed and we farther recon.
Uioiai that after the tinal sur\ey ih made, it it
be found that the 'aiteh now constructed
should be widened and deepened, we si
recommend. . ,
We further recommend that a ditch be con
structed be^rlnninr at the SK corner of tin
8WH Sec. 18 Union Twp and runiun
north on the half-section line one hall uiilJ
and emptying in tne creek. We furthei
recommend that the above drainage dltche
be constuucted by allotment, under the supe
vision of the county surveyor."
Therefore. Tuesday the 2nd day of re
lytvis heryby hxed as the tune for hearit
the petition and report of viewers there*n t
tne board of County Commissioners.
Given under my hand and the seal of the
County, at Kingtisher, Okla.. this l-'th day of
Jauuary. 1YOJ.
VJEU. H W(XH) WORTH,
[SEAL) County Clerk
'uudl luting McGuire. An effort to
an have this feature incorporated in
the Indian appropriation bill
failed today.
The Coldest Days for 13 Years.
The following record of the
I coldest day of each year at Hen-
nessey for the past 13 years has
j kindly been furnished us by W.
\V. Parks, who has charge of the
I government instruments here:
Put this in your scrap book for
j future reference.
1S97, November 22, 12 below zero
1891. December 10, 4
l->'.iy>, January 31, 4
■ linni. December 31, a
abovt
eition of the coal! 1901, December 17, 3
n the the state or government
as pro
changi-j posed by democrats. He inti-
living | mates graft and calls attention
1902, January 20, 3
1903, December 13, 8
1904, January 20, 2
1905, January 15,10
1 in ti, February a, 5
1907, February 5, 8
1908, February 1, 10
below
above
I Q Ulv |' 4 C1 1 — c
west of Hennessey, to existing contracts which 1909, January 12,2 below
N. RECTOR,
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Oklahoma Avenue.
Office Phone 21. Res,deuce Phone 24
HSNNESSKY. • OKLAHOMA.
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TS THE one publication that should he in every
1 home in Oklahoma. We, with every newspaper
in the new state, are proud of our Home Magazine,
devoted as it is to our history, literature and de-
velopment. Its contents are always clean, health-
ful optimistic and instructive.
During the past year it has steadily improved
in contents and grown in circulation, and we feel
that we will do every one of our readers a great
service if we are the means of inducing them to be-
come permanent subscribers, hence we have made
arrangements to furnish the Home Magazine to-
gether with our paper in a clubbing offer that at
once makes it the BEST READING BARGAIN of
the year.
You Arc Not a Loyal Oklahoman
If you take any Magazine and fail to include the
one published in Oklahoma, and which concerns
this state so largely, and of such merit that all live
Oklahomans are proud of it.
Read Our Special Offer in
Another Column
DU. H. <i. BARKER,
Devotes Specal Attention to Chronic
Diseases.
Equlpjjed with latest Electrical. X-Hay, Static
Hot Air and Nebulizing Appliances.
Office l door south of Clipper office, i'houe W
A. B. CULLUM, M. I).,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence In Douthttt brick build
lug. on South Main St. 1 door cortbofuperft
house.

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Miller, C. H. The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 14, 1909, newspaper, January 14, 1909; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105639/m1/4/ocr/: accessed September 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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