The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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Hot weather having made its appearance in full force we are quoting s6me special prices on hot weather goods.
Men's Balbriggan Underwear.
A complete line of Men's Ualbriggan
shirts and .drawers at, per garment
A fancy line shirts and drawers at per ocp
Silk finished Balbriggan shirts and
drawers, at per garment • ^UC
Black and white shirts and drawers
very best make, at per garment
Men's union suits, very fine goods, at
New Line of Ladies' Shirt Waists.
Good value at $1 50 for - $1.25
Ladies' waists worth #1.75 to $2 00 at $1.50
Ladies corset covers neatly made at 25c, 35c
Ladies' Black Combs, etc.
The very latest things in Novelty combs, etc.
in sets, at - - 25c, 35c and 50c
New side combs at per set 10c, 15c and 25c
Ladies' white and black hand bags at very
special prices to close.
New shipment of harvest hats just arrived,
genuine Mexican hand made, at
Large tine chip hats, at each, • 35c
Extra large hand made hats, worth 50c
at each .... 4OL
Hen's Harvest Gloves.
We have the best line of harvest gloves in the
city, a complete line of Goat skin and Mule
skin gloves, at per pair - 25c
Calf and horse hide, at per pair • 50c
Men's King Horse gauntletts, at per pair $1.00
Men's Goat skin gauntlettes, at per pair 50c
Ladies' Gauze Vests.
A full line pure white, tape neck and
arm holes, at each
A better grade, mercerized effect at ir
each .... IjC
Ladies'extra sizes, eight and nine, at
each .... IjC
Ladies extra good vests lace effects, at «*£
each .... ZjC
Ladies' gauze union suits
35c and 50c
Our grocery department has been very busy the past week, and we are yet well supplied with all the
Staple Groceries at very best prices. We will make special prices on harvest bills, also special prices
Big Racket Store,
Tlje Hennessey Clipper
ntered at the post« fflce at Hennessey, O. T .
us second class mutter.
C. II. MILLF.R, Rl . AND I-KOI*.
SU SCRIPTI0N PHICt, $1.00 \ YEAR.
For Register of Deeds.
We are authorized to announce F. 1>. Dak in
of Kingfisher, an a cand d.it« for Regi&ter of
Deeds, subject to the decision of the Republi-
cans of Kingfisher County.
M. W. CLJNB of Forest township, authorizes
the Cl.lPPRH to announce his candidacy for
the Republican noinlnntion for Register of
Deeds of Kingfisher County.
For County Clerk.
We nre authorized to announce the candi-
dacy of (J H WooDWokth, of Hennessey, for
tin* office of County «Uerk, subject to the dc-
Ision of the Republican voters of Kingfisher
We are authorized to announce W. R. Trr-
tkhikoton of Hennessey townshipas a candi-
date for Sheriff, subject to the wishes of the
Republican voters of Kingfisher county.
I .ereby annout ce myself as a candidate
for the nomination of sheriff of Kunitlshei
county, subject to the decision of the Repub-
licans of KinKilsher county.
j (J. hirdkn.
A Pleasant Surprise.
At the home of G. H. Block
Monday evening a crowd of
•'Eastern Stars" and their hus
bands gathered to bid Mr. and
Mrs. Antrobas a last farewell.
Mrs. Antrobus has been a
faithful worker in the Chapter
and they regret very much to
loose her, and as a token of their
appreciation they presented her
witli a set of solid silver tea-
spoons in response to which she
gave a nice talk in which she said
"the parting was only temporary
as she hoped to visit the Chapter
uiany times in the future."
The evening was spent in play-
ing Flinch after which ice-cream
and cake was served, farewells
were said and all departed having
reported a pleasant evening
On Wednesday May 23, Mr
A. K. Dinkier of Hennnessey, and
Miss Margueritte Klannagin of
Andover, Kansas, were united in
the holy band of matrimony at
Augusta, Kansas, by the Rev.
Father Keely. The happy couple
immediately started on their
honeymoon which lasted several
weeks. They returned to Hen-
nessey lust Tuesday evening
where they will continue to make
their home. Their honeymoon
was spent mostly at Council
Bluffs, Iowa, visiting Mr. Dink-
ler's sister Emma. Mrs. Dink-
ier is not unknown in Hennessey
having lived here about live
months last summer with her
sister Mrs. James Baugh. Mr.
Dinkier is well known in this
community having been one of
Hennessey's most progressive
and prosperous merchants since
the early days.
The Ci.iim'ku joines their hosts
of friends in wishing them a long
•mkI happy life and welcomes
Mrs. Dinkier to our city.
Mrs. Branson and niece who
have been visiting their daughter
and aunt Mrs Ed Hill returned
to Hennessey last Sunday.
Miss Grace Warner and Miss
Nora McKnight of Myrtle were
the guests of Mrs. Jesse Gwynn
Harley Baldwin came out froin
Hennessey last Sunday to har-
vest his wheat.
Mrs. Otis Phillips received
news Mondav that her Grand-
father Mr. Johnston living in
Ohio is very ill and no hopes of
his recovery. Mrs. Phillips is
thinking of going to see hiin.
ST A li ITEMS.
Chris Wenzler has built an ad-
dition of one room on to his house.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Burdg
whs visiting Mr. Thompson and
family last Sunday.
Mrs. W. Jacobs of Sheridan
was visiting Mrs. Otis Phillips
Rev. and Mrs. McDerinond of
Hennnessey and Mrs. Jesse
Gwynn ate dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. John Crosswhite last Sun-
Thus-1 that let their wheat
fields stand after the hail in May
will have half a crop any way and
probably more, the fields look
Mrs. O. J Baldwin took
thirteen young chickens to Mar-
shall last week and they brought
her eight dollars.
Farmers of this neighborhood
will commence cutting wheat
' his week.
A Change in the Firm.
J. D. Winslow has purchased
a meat market in E'nid and has
sold a half interest in the busi
ness here to his son Floyd, the
business to be continued under
the name J. D. Winslow & son.
We are glad to see our young
men recognized in the business
world and feel sure that with
Floyd's training and experience
in the business he will keep up
the good name already establish-
ed by the Fair Play Market.
Entertained their Husbands.
Tuesday evening June 12th at
the home of Mrs. A. E. Lane.
Those few in the "Rub" enter-
tained the other few and their
husbands. Now the men did noi
say but their empty plates and
the distressed expression oil
their faces read thus: "Long
may the "Whist Club" live, and
may it be every six months in-
stead; for never since we wed,
did we eat and drink until we
were so near dead.
During our absence our fore-
man E. E. Woods is authorized to
attend to the business of the
office and the editor will appre-
ciate any courtersies extended to
ourhelpdu ring our short absence
Mr. Woods will receive and re
ceipt for anv money paid iu either
for cash sales or on subscription
uccouiit. C. H, Mii.Lfc.ii.
The New Corps of Teachers
The school board has completed
its election of teachers for the
ensuing year. Several changes
have been made in the corps of
teachers, which as selected, is
Superintendent- E. Berrigan,
of Northfield, Minn.
Principal—Miss Mary Alley,
Ass'tPrin.—Miss Kate Hoyt,
8tli grade—Miss Otie York, of
7th and 0thgrade—Mrs. Sarah
5th grade—Miss Bessie Ste
phen, of Maryville, Mo.
4th grade—Miss Gertrude
Lower, of Bison Okla.
yd grade—Miss Atha Sturgeon.
2nd grade—Mrs. E. E. Swim,
1st grade—Miss Eva Eriday,
of Kingfisher, Okla.
Primary grade—Miss Eva
Hall, of Kingfisher,Okla.
Principal—F. F. Bailey.
High School—E. A. Hall.
Intermediate--J. C. Williams.
Primary—Miss Laura Boone.
School will begin the second
Monday in September and will
continue nine months.
Paper and Paint *
Can scarcely be classed as Medicines, jet we
handle them as we consider them
At this season of the year a little money in-
vested in these two items will prove a good
thing for your family's health as well as for
their comfort. It won't cost much at
SAUR'S DRUG STORE.
Entire time will hereafter be de-
voted to the Practice of i.aw.
Twenty-five years experience.
Largest Library in Western Okla-
Make a price on your farm and
list it with The Basil & Miller Heal
ty Co. They can sell it, no differ
ence where li cated.
Wanted, your Ileal Estate list
ed with us. What you have may
suit a customer.
Bash & Miller Realty Co.
Miss Jennie Hill and
Arthur Wrhite were married Sun-
day by Rev. D. G. Murray of the
M. E. church. The wedding oc-
curred at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hill,
east of tow a. The bride and
groom are popular teachers of
this county, well and favorably
known to a large circle of ac-
quaintances. The ceremony was
performed at high noon, about
forty guests being present. The
young people will make their
home in Hennessey.—Kingfisher
Arthur White has a large circle
of friends in this vicinity. He is
highly esteemed here and we
join other friends in wishing him
and his bride an abundance of
unalloyed bliss and tj-ue prosjier-
Our premium map is proving
a winner in bringing in new sub-
scriptions, and several of our
old subscribers have accepted
Mr. lour offer and by paying a year
in advance tret the premium man.
Millions of Cigari.
K«?y West seni to the North the
drst six months or this year about
15,000,000 cigars; Porto Rico threw
Into the United States during th«
same period about 40,000,000 ci|?ar ,
while there came from Cuba during
that time 25.000,000 cigar*.
In Days of Old.
"I gupsr I'm an old sorehead." re-
marked the Manayunk philosopher,
"but I can't fer the life of me Imagine
Abraham Lincoln at the age of 16 goln'
round with football hair, an* hll
britches turned up our a pair of low
quarter shoes an' openwork socks."
W. C STEVKNS W.LMOORK.
Stevens fe Moore,
. ... Attorneys-at-Law
Notary in Office.
fW* Office in the" Dr Meradith building jftl
Hennessey and L-s«mn on I a
Why eat something not very
good when you can get something
better at the same price. Its
Home Made Bread.
The kind that satisfies. One
slice makes you smile; two makes
you laugh; three cures that
tired feeling and drives away
Made and sold by
EAST OKLAHOMA AVENUE.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office: Oklahoma Avenue.
Office 'Phone 21. Residence Phone 24.
HENNESSEY, • OKLAHOMA.
A. B. CULLUn, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence in Douthitt brick build-
in*. on South Main St. I door north of opera
JOSEPH I1AIGH, M. D. H. Q. BARKER, U. D.
DRS. HAIGH & BARKER
Devote Specal Attention to Chronic
Equipped with latest Electrical. X Rav. Static
Hot Air and Nebulizing Appliances.
Ulttce 1 dooi south of Clipper offlct. PbUM M
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Miller, C. H. The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1906, newspaper, June 14, 1906; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105501/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.