The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 25, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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We wish to say that wc now
have our entire line of Men's
and Young Men's Spring Suits,
and a nicer line of styles and
patterns were never shown in
These lines of clothing are
made by the best tailors in the
U. S., and there are no better
clothes than we are showing.
Every suit is guaranteed
and you run no risk when
you buy here. All we ask is
a chance to show you.
Prices are right. We do not
ask a fancy price but give
every dollars worth which
Prices $10. $12.50, $15,
$16.50. $20 and $22.50.
i inn yj?ii mm
That Are GtiarSmt
This Burt & Packard Korrect Shape
Shoe is one of 250 different styles.
Among them you will find cxactly the
shoe that fits your taste and requirements.
And you may be absolutely certain of the
reliability of these shoes. We will give you
a new pair if the Burrojaps patent or dull
leather in the uppers of your B. & F. Korrect
Shape Shoes breaks through before the first
sole wears through. This guaranteed
leather can be had in no other shoes.
BUY A PAIR TO-DAY!
Sold all over the country bv 5,000 'eadini
Wc arc Now Showing Our Spring
We Have Them in Blacks,
Tans and Oxblood
Also a Full Line of Patent
Our better grades are selling at $3.50 and $4 no. Of course we have the cheaper grades
at $1.50 to $3.00 Men's Marlow Shoes cannot be equalled at the prices. We have Black
Kid, Gun rietal, Patent Leather and Tans, at the popular prices $3.50 and $4.00.
BURT & PACKARD
Are the only shoes made of guar
anteed " Burrojaps" patent and
This label In the llnlnrf moans
Before yon buy call and give us a show as we know
"Burrojaps" warranted patent
leather is as pliable as a gloye,
making a shoe that is both com-
fortable and durable. We'll give
you a new pair if this leather
we can please you and save you money on your purchases.
b. & P. Korrtct Shape Shoe# re m&df in *50
■tvles -<ud s©m by c:ooo dealers.
CASHION BROTHERS, hennessey, Oklahoma i
You do not take your
wat'ili to the blacksmith.
Why trust your eyes to the
spectacle peddler or fakir.
K. Berrigan, Specialist,
Dr. (Jose's Office, 1st and 3d
Saturday evevy month.
Next Visit Sat., March f>
Entered at the postc
C'.H. MILLKH, Kl >. AND PRO
SU SCRIPTI0N PRICt. $1.00 A Vt AH.
The M. E. K«vival.
The Revival at the Methodist
Church closed last Sabbath even
iiiM Feb. 21, after a successful
siege of five weeks. Fifty one pro-
fessed conversion and thirty si.\
have united with the church.
J. N. Holmes of Weatherford
rendered valuable assistance as
choir leader for four weeks
On account of the awakened
interest in the town, and to help
r ach the unsaved who have
manifested an interest in salva
lion we will again open up the
campaign, beginning Feb. 28th
and continue indefinitely, ltev.
YirUen, the revival pastor of
Kingtisher, will be with us on
Wednesday evening, March :!rd ,
and continue throughout the
Everybody "get busy" and
help the work along Come to
the meetings and bring your
O. E. Mason,
Pastor in Charge.
Large Sale Bills.
The new typo and material re-
cently received at the Clipper
office enables us to print the large
size sale bills in first class style.
We call especial attention to this
so that those wanting large sale
bills need not be misled into send•
in^r off to Enid for their printing.
|The Churches Favor the Sunday
The Methodist, Baptist, and
I Christian churches of Hennessey
each took an expression of the
people, at their respective ser
vices this week, on the proposed
section of the new game law
forbidding hunting on Sunday.
The vote in each church was
practcally unanimous in favor of
| the parage of the bill with that
I clause in it and the senators and
| repesentatives from this district
are to be notified of the churches'
wishes in the matter. In talking
the matter over, we find that the
j farmers are in favor of it, as it
protects their premises from
trespassers when they are away
from home Sundays either visit-
ing or attending church. "Ke
member the Sabbath day to keep
it holy," was written a long time
ago but is a good admonition for
any community to follow.
See the Hennessey
E. E. Swim and W L. Carpen-
ter returned Tuesday of last
week from a two weeks trip into
old Mexico. They found a large
number of American families
hive bought land and settled in
the part of the countv they visit
ed—in the region of Tampico
Leaving for home on Sunday
when the weather was warm and
extra wraps unnecessary they
encountered the tail-end of the
blizzard and cold spell that had
swept from the north entirely
across Oklahoma and into north-
BRUMLEY & JONES
Jake Fuxa Kobbed Saturday Night
Last Saturday night Jacob
Fuxa, a farmer living a few miles
north of town fell into the clutch
es of five men on Main street
about midnight and under pre
tense of putting liiin under
arrest they got him off of Main
street to Cherokee street near
the Catholic church, and then
ordered him to throw up his
hands and took from him what
money he had, something like
$150. After they turned him
loose he notified the officers, and
they requested Sheriff Tate to
bring his blood hound up, which
he did on the early morning
train. Ho tracked the men to
where Frank and John Glasby
lived in the north part of Hen
nessey. Floyd Davis. Hen
Blevlns, and the two Glashvs
were arrested and taken to jail
at Kingfisher. Lee Vanskoy,
the leading culprit has not yet
Mrs. A. F,. Lane went to El
Reno last Thursday on a visit to
her son in-law Rob. Davidson
and family. She returned home
For Sale or kent,
100 acres, 9 miles southeast of
Hennessey. See Hash Bros.
Frank Short and wife, of
El Reno, visited with relatives
between traius Sunday.
Rev. C. H. McDermond and
wife returned from Kremlin last
week where they were assisting
the M. E. Pastor in a revival ser-
vice the past three weeks. There
were 32 additions to the church.
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. Mc-1
Dermond started for Pittsburg
and Walnut, Kansas, to visit their
children and grandchildren and I
some of their old time friends.
Warren Hrumley and Wallace
Jones have leased the old Living-
stone machine shop and put in
the necessary machinery for j
making cement building blocks
and building briefcrs. They are
using good material and turning
out a fine product, and already
have assurance of a good busi-
ness this spring.
CEMENT BLOCKS AND
Eor Building Purposes
Call and see the splendid work
we are doing at our new factory
south of the Christian Church
These blocks make a handsome
building and cannot bo beaten
for foundations when a good job
is desired. Call and see us.
Brumley & Jones,
So. Main St., Hennessey, Okla.
If your Watch, Clock,
Jewelry or Phonographs
Get sick and need attention
bring them to
The Leading Watch, Clock
and Jewelry Hospital.
It's Home Made,
and made from the LIBERTY flour,
and your bread therefore is
toothsome, wholesome and as
near perfection in being the staff
of life and the foundation of
health as the product of choice
wheat can make it. Feed the
little ones on bread made from
this high grade flour and you
will save doctors1 bills later.
STAR Mill & ELEVATOR CO.
B RI 5TL ES
Are all very well in their place. We have them
and keep them in their places—in our fine line of
Hair Brusltss Tnnth Brushes
Clothes Brushes Nail Brushes
Paint Brushee Etc., Etc.
Our stock is made up of the best American, English and
French goods, and will be sold at popular prices.
Walk in and look around: You don't have to buy
DINKLEI^, The Druggist
The case of the State of Okla-
homa against Albert Casebeer
for assaulting Tom Carr on the
1 yth inst. was disposed of in
Justice Duff's court yesterday
by the jury finding him guilty.
A tine of $10 00 and costs was
assessed against him, failing to
pay which he was remanded to
jail at Kingfisher.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Elder left
Saturday evening last for St.
Louis and Chicago markets
where they will make their selec-
'ions of new spring goods for the
Rev. Clay T. Iiunyon and wife
left this morning for a visit with
friends at Norman before Mr.
Runyon begins his pastorate of
the First Christian Church at
MissSvbil It .Jarrett.ofSutton,
Nebraska, arrived here last Mon-
day night to spend about three
months visiting her friends Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Moore.
A. P. HF.RSCHER
All Kinds of Plow and
1 In the Clipper, Feb. 25, I9n0. '
Notice is hereby given that on
•y ism Thomas W11 ten-
North of Hilbish
For Sale Cheap.
A rebuilt, buggy, and a second
hand walking lister with planter
attachments. At Blacksmith
Shop north of Hilbish's Barn
A. P. Herschkr, Prop
Trees! Tiees! Trees!
Who wants them? Reiner has
lots of them, cheap and good.
Write for circulars now. or send
list of what you want, Now.
Bonnie Johns was fined $!> and
costs in Justice Duff's court for
striking Archie Curtis, and tak-
en to the county jail pond ing pay-
ment of tJie fcame.
A fine line of seed oats, cow
peas, luilJot and kaftir corn at
Hennessey Roller Mills. 48
ATaters and others
riled in my office a petition praying for the es-
tablishment of a Drainage District and the
construction of a ditch, as indicated in plat
marked-Exhibit A 1 made a part of the peti-
tion the said land being in Forest Township,
Kingfisher County. Oklahoma, and on the first
dav of February 1909 the hoard of county com-
missioners appointed viewers to view said pro-
posed drainage district, and the s.id viewers
having made their report in writing recom-
mending the establishment or said drainage
district, as follows:
that a dit -h be
of the SE^ "f Sec :<* T. 20 R. 9 run
near one mile and a h If, thence
westerly direction and terminating
Do You Need a Clock?
We have anything from a little
alarm clock to a big regulator.
Fine oak case 8 day clocks
Every thing in the jewelry line.
H. D. BREWER,
The Leading Jeweler
• We further 1
that a dItcli start
or near th eentei of the south line or thp
of See. 11 ' 19 K 9. then in a northerly
■eetion for near HO rods, thenee westerly for
ar HO rods thence in a sont hwesterlv direc-
m and terminating where the most feasable
ill be determined on final survey.
or the drainage
rore Monday the l.'.day or March
V fixed as the time for h-
| SKA LI
Herbert Blodgett, who has
been visiting his parents Mr. and
Mrs. (Jeorge Blodgett of Lacey
township since Dec 9, returned
to Orion, Illinois, Tuesday even-
Hennessey Steam Laundry,
Washdays Monday and
Work Called tor
Guarantees Good Work
North Side 4vc. Near
Real Estate Agent.
Farms an City property for sale or trade.
■5 and Farm Loans. Also
Roar Farmers & Merchants Hank
The Congregational parsonage
is being treated to a new roof,
Here’s what’s next.
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Miller, C. H. The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 25, 1909, newspaper, February 25, 1909; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105645/m1/4/: accessed September 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.