The Hennessey Press. (Hennessey, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, July 27, 1894 Page: 4 of 8
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Hennessey Rolier Mills
Ilotnics-i . Kn\oiit
M. 1). TAIT, l'rop'r.
'His Hsoimy Press, pi, jsc Turn r;
I Published Every Friday
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elevator in connection.
John Smith will oc-
cupy this Space next
...HEN'S FEEL oi
•FOR MILLET A\D Tll-iMl' SEED;
Flour. Corn Meal and
I'opui.ist Tousi i:v of the Dover
| paper, says that they do not intend
to let Kingfisher republicans nn
j their county convention this year us
j they did last.
Not tiie lfcast pestiferous of the
mischief-making tribes are the gen-
try who continually are propounding
illogical conundrums. When there
is riot and rioter's are in danger oi
being scourged by lav,- these crea-
tures solemnly ask: "Is law more
sacred than justice?'' As if lav.
were no). a rule of rtctioh tending
toward the inforcenient of jiistice.
As if it were not just that men ivh<
seek to revenge their real or fencie<
.vlongs by indicting other wf'ong?
iport persons in no way foncemei
by the original quarrel between t!u
I rioters and their real or supposed
1 ippressors should be punished foi
I the injuries inflcted In them on in
jnocent third parties. As if there
were no great saleable bodv, com-
inorily kriowil ns the people, and a:-
if a minority of Capitalists on tht
one hand and a minority of organ-
ized wage-earners on the other Were
two perpetually wafrlhg elements h;
whose feuds the world forever is ti
At other times these qmVtioner-
naViirei ,vl)id Christ obeV th
r ? .f*
litS!NESS WILL BRIGHT)/N. '
The people are all happy.
Aid to iteafa so Yoa M* til Mi at
W ( t h; >-■
k si A V'r# J & v£>
OF WflLflUtfTS c CTJ35Y'S.
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JL XlxS> 45 IS>cL i. l ©i>4CI KVSCt
fot Brsuisr & Sa vage.
R ?< h! o r PI r i > ■ Fo ^ T cs V ■?! >i fnp 0 0 ^
OaUlod i 06-ij th> iflRU (01 VUo.
onrf hn • j 7? 03 i\!-'T
tihu Utv, C , v/iij V lu 1 5 f
p'j" Erf r'"h re23 fta g% ■ ff £8 T> tH ^ jl*
M fci ^ t'J 'j ti X </!%,/'(•> ; * CJ. -j ui P
STORE ON NORTH MAIN ST RE l-.l.
aw? ' "U>- John ''rown a \ illiar.:
l'here is a ti.uch, a dash, a f.avorin
j ; >f egotism in ti;e inference of the
f-' eecl, question; wl'ich is tK'fttthe question-
] -r is such ' a one as Christ or a
j John KroV. it was. I>ut the Chris-
j was an observer of the laws ■ "Ren
SI-. V ROOM
H E N l^ZS SET
ler unto Ciesar the things that r.ri.
C;esar's," quoth he, though well h<
kneiv that many of the things thai
_ ■ _ „ i a ere Cx-sar's were his bv uni'.ist title.
BRICK SCHOOL HOUSED"
matters than by breaking the head.
UINJ CD fc^. Hi C!^ CZ5 r\l i . iCZDISJ ;if men who wish t i work with.>ut
the consent of Debs and Debsites.
or by cutting off the milk supplies
of children and s:cl. persons, or b\
• resting a shortage of todd'and fu •
| -n great, And as f >r Jo! :
i Brcv.n, it 'v.'ill be time to ( on.-i-.L .
j the <p.u:«'.ioti when it is pr< po; -(ii' :
! >y such a niati as he was, aiUl act
| ing i 11 ( i'-c.tmstan: e; st'.ch as en\ ir-
i otied l.i'r'. loi n Brown i-. as nn
paid y'-^.roo a year b\ the negroe
ivh.oti) 1. ■ o,i ! -il o;:t,'' John B owi.
: was i it, a.s we rct/.ember hi; story.
| boardii!..' at a Sr-a-day h.otfl while
e was or. .ar.izinu the most unsoc-
ial K>r move-
! in.su: jecti' 'h did pot con template ti:«
! -'ar\ ; : • ,-,:i ■■' nt t i i'lhen, ll'c
1,000,000 buslic! of wheat
Shipped froin Hennessey.
IN SIX MONTHS.
M E N M E S S E Y T-
The Baaner Tata oi the Banner Ccsny of Oklahoma. Si. f'.irn.;>Si'
j ment.s. Moreover, lot
■es aiton oi jiiitlimu.trv,
iieyators, Better luiiis s-.oijev of a very f<-.. per. jns.
, , ii,, „ _ . , , . , . It st' ■ iiiijiuise of the feather
and a larger and better farming Country to draw tec irosi <-•<> - -■ t • u
1 i:he :iV.-;'i nation of s imo greatleadei
r revel, tionisi t-r cnu/der. 'JT.eo
re a d msi men livis. < in ti e Wee
(1. Jl. I'LOCK, Proprietor.
h ?-"•'? I frr.!^iy
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Mstinidte.s for Hnihlin</;•> Furnished on Apnlication.
GflT & C0MF3NY,
Proprietors of the
v""' .'?• c cv *?>
and r'lt sh Meat
& ii &}?;:> h v '■ § v '
'• , i; ...^ . - .. v .
made ev er
and •: lean.
Call at our Shop, 2nd Door SoutH oi Smith's Hardware
If KNN ilSSlOY, OKI.A HOMA.
|p * ] O ' •'? C A^f D! p, A
IlCill Oihi 5 ll!0
more Wheat; Has more
than any ether town in Gome ar^l See,
0 jfK jftk,
Jl. ^ />*.
i"'s 'O -W,v
[■: '<J oi.,/ jL '^,(1 j
rips with iliem baying your Luiuber.
L. i'. 11 •• x : ru, Manager.
COME TO M£Hrs!J\r:
WANT A r-'r
Crops r,e¥C? fal
: !)!•■ .i
Iff C'lit Is:
v ^ f—1r :'
!i.stur!it'.l even the <••
, , „ . which, 'they live. ('ox
'.1 -ti. 1 t *'.« "*■*' wn mind, the leadi
i cresjidc," but what af
' vol Vi'a 1-,in^t. n was!
[ believed ihttt he was i igher than
aw. and that it was his mi sion to
of "a ne-.
e his nn: reii
Mst Market Pric&
Come to Kcmies^ey if yoa want i-jlu'c
at the Capital. We*areolar it.
J. 3. C0MMII1GS
t '-1'1 n.,a-vor. • as l,lll!t'iM1 believed it 0f5f/^-$Ua AMiA
tV • ' w;. his 1111-sion to kill 1're.sidents. j f >< h'«&'1^ 3 ^
!. - ' lint the public ignoinl the prepos- 8 *WSiaW3i| OiUlOf
te:ens ehr.ms and swept both out I
the w a\. Debs and ^tn ereign in.'y!
fancy that tliev are leaders of a new |
revolution and are above laV, but if
| every man of the Debs make-up and
| caliber were permitted Hi suspend
Tr- T L S fi BS*r's.
ruo!d M 'dielies, Siherwafe, &c.
WATCH fel-I'AIRlM; A SPEClALTV.
Has Opened Up Ihs Grisi And Feed Mill\ jliitice there K i.uld be "art end to I
"ln™"re"mblit h. rep,e«ht.,:,e Glifeeft j £)$
1^owo* eawh ■
10 GRIND [VERY DflY.S^ — ^ ^icv ,f , ,, rr ,
SnelJ and Heavy Hardware,
i but with the slowly formed and
j t'learl) exjiressdd conrletioil?, and i
I the safety of all is in the ltiainten- j
; ance of law. 'I lid man #iio prt-'ache's !
mill Just West or The IRock.Island Oepol, j ^
Orindlnd 8 cts Per Hundred.
BRING IN YOUR GRIST.
all and sec us.
■> iii'd iiiiDiemtiiit Goiiiiifliiu--
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The Hennessey Press. (Hennessey, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, July 27, 1894, newspaper, July 27, 1894; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc161941/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.