The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1901 Page: 6 of 8
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THE HENNESSEY CLIPPER, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, l'.HH.
By proclamation of f
i the PRESIDENT on I
I NOV. 28,j
i a 1 tin' best 1
j we will return thanks J | Anderson
4 . a two doors
J and incidentally con- J j hotel.
i sume lots of f A small
i| Cakes baked to order at tii<
^ j Royal.
Don't Let Your Stomach Reproach You.
It puts iii more hour
out of the twenty-four than you
We have several good houses
to rent at this office.
Lowny's bon-bons can be
only at Riley's. They art-
Insure your city <>r farm prop
erty with the Shawnee Fire In
surance Co. Miller Oliver.
do, and if properly cared for wi
Feed It Well,
and treat it right and you will soon wear the good Mat-
ured smile of corpulency.
had! It is Our Business to Cater to the Stomach.
We have everything it needs in Staple and Fancy
Groceries and GOOD THINGS TO EAT.
S. J. Zerger, Prop
For the best sewing machine on
terms call on R. C.
agent for the Singer,
We are requested to announce
nortn of the new brick Vlsjt a jays with her daugh- that a masquerade ball will be
ter, Miss Ona. given by the Red Men <>1 Hen-
Mrs. Tipton Cox left last even
inir for Ft. Worth where she will
^ sume lots of
J We make a specialty f
J of them
but clean stock of dry
goods will be found at John
Wren's place of business in the
Harry Olivant building. He in-
vites your patronage. -">tl
Until January 1st we will give
FREE with every dozen of our
cabinet Platino Photos an elegant
picture frame ~>x7 inches includ-
ing glass and mat a
AUM A N TIiOUT H1 i(>s
Dr. C. O. Gose has removed
his office from the opera house
block to the brick office building
he recently purchased of Dr. C.
S. Meradith. Dr. Meradith will
leave in the very near future for
Wheat pastur" wanted for Five uesse.v at
1 rt^i l .
hundred head of cattle.
.). Y. Callahan,
iT.ti' El Reno, O. T.
Eli Barnum surprised Mrs.
Eli one day this week by inveigl-
ing her down town and placing
in her parlor a cabinet grand
John Lilly a brother of Mrs.
E. A. Pemberton, wife of Deputy
Register of Deeds Pemberton, of
Kingfisher, was killed by the
Caving in of a mint
the opera house on
Thanksgiving evening Thursday
Nov. '2H, linn. The orchestra
has been engaged for the eve-
ning and good music and a
splendid time are assured.
Every body invited.
Let us serve you.
los S. Main.
Never try to coax a cold or
cough, use the remedy that un-
failingly conquers both. Bal-
E. D. and Benny Jones of j lard's Horehound Syrup is the
Dover have sold their store j great specific for all throat and
building and stock of merchan- : lung troubles. Price 2 > and .,<)
dise to Messrs. Thomas and | cents. For sale by F. A. Dinkier
Ellis, of Ellis, Kansas. The boy>
will enter school in some Illinoi;
academy at once.
To our farmer and citizen
friends will say that our want
columns are open to you. If you
want help or want employment
use our want column. If you
at Galena, have stock or implements for
sale or trade, use our want col-
umn If you <vant to buv horses,
cattle, hogs or second-hand im
plenients or vehicles, use our
want column. We desire the
Clippkh to be of use to you, to
make it more valuable to you.
We can help you dispose of vour
stuff or can aid you in finding
what you want. It wont cost
you a cent.
i Joe Steinberg and Frank
i Dinkier took advantage of the
j excursion rates Sunday and paid
The household goods of J. Y. I a visit to Anadarko. The train
Callahan and family were reniov- j did not atop there and both Fin
ed to El Reno Tuesday, mr'gentlemen wore compelled to story of Frank Coxson s building
| Callahan' accompanying them. \ make a jump for it. They landed Monday evening about six o'clock
The family left Hennessey for El with the address up. and only for the accidental dis
Almost a fire.
broke out in the
Willis Binding of Medford
Oklahoma. * «*«no yesterday and w
^ that place their tutun
, . . . ,, covery of it by Mr. Coxson who
'he Guthrie Capital says: C.
Odell, assistant county sur- was m the back yard at the time
John Connor is able to be up
and about again.
Mrs. Dr. A. B. Tull of Okarche
visited Mrs. Hattie Ball Tuesday.
L. 11. Livingston and family
have now got moved into their
M r. and M n
< )keene Tue;
spending the weok in Hennessey. <Jt>;itii of his only
lie informs us that he has given child of 14, at the
up I lis position there in the mill mother in Paris
and lias bought an interest in
the Voorhes and Barr mill at
Kiowa. He will leave for that
13. V_/l 41.-11, ' ci **
veyor at Anadarko received the the whole block and perhaps tin
|s sad news, Wednesday, of the U1 ■' «'•
Odell is taking tin
home of his
block north and west of it would
have burned to the ground.
Mr. Coxson with the aid of
several men who were near bv
and" has the sincere sympathy of ' extinguished the llames before
a host of friends. they did much damage. The
Mr. Odell was for several blaze was started by over-heating
months a resident of Hennessey of the stov*
.1, I-'. Riley made
trip to Enid and
M. Eaines of Chickasha, form
erly of Hennessey, was in tin
| city the first of the week on his j their svnipat i,\
way to Chicago. Mr. Eaines has
been having very poor health in
1 Chickasha and ho] es to receive
some benefit from a stay in Chi-
cago. We trust that his expec-
; tations may bt
and his friends hero join with the
Clipi'KU in extending to hi in
e pipe w
through the floor o
The new seats for the third
grade of the public school have
arrived and were placed in posi-
tion the tirst of the week.
Harry Slayton left for Lawton
Tuesday evening where lie was
called by the illness of his inotli
or. Typhoid or malarial fever.
Hon. Dan Jones of Dover was
in the city Tuesday ot this w eek.
He reports Dover prospering
wonderfully. Mr. Jones has dis
posed of all or nearly all of Ins
property there and is figuring
on seeking a new location, .just
where lie does not know. Dover
will lose a good citizen.
John Thompson returned
Tuesday from a hunting tiip
with a party consisting of him-
self, Milt Stetler, Kent Hafer,
and Will Collins, which left here
a week ago last Monday. I he
boys left here in a covered wagon
l'or a two weeks t rip t
Mills county. The boys have
been having a big lime and it
was only some personal matter
that needed attention that induc-
ed John to return before the
trip was ended. I he other boys
will not be home for several days.
Moore's Pilules are a guaran-
teed cure for all forms of Malaria,
Ague, Chills and Fever, Swamp
Fever, Malarial Fever, Bilious
Fever, Jaundice, Biliousness,
fetid breath and a tired, listless-
feeling. They cure Rhcumatisn
and the lassitude following bloot
Roger I poisoning produced from malaria
poisoning. No Quinine. No Acids
or Iron. Do not ruin stomach or
teeth Entirely tasteless. Price,
,->0c per box. Dr.C. C. Moore Co.,
No. aio North Main Street St.
ljouis. Mo. Sold by F. A. Dink
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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/m1/6/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.