The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1908 Page: 5 of 8
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Tests show Dr. Price's
Baking Powder to be most
efficient in strength, of highest
^ purity and healthfulness /l
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No ASum, No Phosphate of Lime
OF THE VICINITY.
Ra vhide whips, 25c Spencer's.
Spa iat hat sale at Bash Bros.
See G. W. Woolsey before buy-
ing your listers.
Wanted—A girl to do general
house work. Will pay $3 50 a
week. Mrs. W. S. Spencer
Miss Ruth Eids came up from
Kingfisher Tuesday evening, as
the guest of Miss Iua Holt.
Miss Leila Pittmai went to
Wichita Saturday to consult an
oculist in regard to her eyes.
They have been worn for 65
years, the Bradley and Metcalf
shoes, and are the best. Sold by
Miss Marguerite Bliveti came
over Friday last from Cashion
where she is teaching and visit-
ed with her mother until Sunday.
I handle the J. I. Case Listers
and Cultivators. In fact the full
line of Case goods. None better.
At Woolsey's Store.
G Dearing and wife re-
turned last week from a three
month's visit among relatives in
Plenty of good German Millet,
seed and Kattir corn seed for
sale at John Henry's 2 miles
west of Sheridan.
You will have no accidents
with your incubator or brooder
if you use National Lis*ht Oil.
The best oil on the market at
Miss Je-.sie Bin lint? was at
home from business college last
week on account of the mumps.
She will return to Enid in a few
You won't have your gasoline
stove act as though it were going
to explode, nor have an offensive
odor, if you use White Rose
Gasoline Sold by Bash Bros.
W. L Moore left Saturday for
Sutton, Nebraska, to spend a
week visiting his mother and
sisters, intending to return by
Miss Louise Miller came home
Monday night from Oklahoma
City where she visited her uncle
L .). Miller and family. His
visit was a most enjoyable one.
A H Lyons left Vlondly even-
in-? for Oltlah i n i City to attend
th9 first annuil convention of
the Oklaho.ni Funeral Directors'
A job for all the men and boys
in this part of Kinglisher county.
You can get an elegant uo to date
hat, out of that j >b lot of hats on
display at Bash Bros store, at
your own price.
Dr. II. II Wynne, Specialist of
the Eve, Eir, Noss and Throat,
of Oklahoma City, will be in Hen-
nessey Thursday, Mirch 26th, at
the office of Dr. Newton Rector.
Mrs. C A. Ball and children
returned home Monday evening
from Mountain View where they
had been visiting Mrs. Ball's
parents, J. H. Crider and wife.
M r. Ball went down a day or so
before their return and accom-
accompanied them home.
The citizens of Hennessey
should feel proud that they have
in their midst such an associa
tion of musicians as compose
Brumley's Orchestra. They
have never solicited donations or
contributions of any kind from
our people, but out of their own
! pockets pay their hills. Not
only this, but in all entertain-
ments of a public nature where
the entire proceeds are for the
benefit of the public .or for
charity they give their service
free. Hence in the entertain-
ment they will give in the M. E.
Church on March 3.0, the public
should give them a liberal pat-
The program to be rendered
by Brumley's Orchestra at the
M. E. Church oi Monday night,
March 30, will consist of over
turessuchas II Trovature and
Semiramide, cornet duets, vocil
solos, realing.*, troinbme and
clarnet solos, and descriptive
pieces by the orchestra. Prom
some of our citizens who have
heard their rehearsels we are
assured that a treat is in store
for all who attend this concert.
R. W. Rogers sauntered into
our office Monday morning look-
ing hale and heirty after a six
months stay in California He
visited his soil-in law Grant
Hughes in California and found
the n doing well in the golden
state. On his return he stopped
awhile at El Paso, Texas, and at
Chas. Binding had something
like a light stroke of paralysis
last Friday. Ha has been sick
nearly all winter but was some-
what better of recent days. His
condition has somewhat improv
ed since Friday. His son R iss
came over from Tulsa on Satur
A small fram; house on the
place owned by J. J. Ashbaugh,
about 8 miles southeast of here
was destroyed by fire on Mon
day night of last week. The
tenant on the place Mr Glover
lost their cook stove, kitchen
furniture and d'shes.
Harry Grace and N W. R >ades
will put ill 30 acres of cotton and
5 acres of co v poas on the C O
Brown farm on Turkey creek.
This means plenty of good exer-
cise for the boys this summer
but if well followed will pay good
returns for the effort
Art Fisher and Jim Harding
have purchased ten feet adjoin-
adj vining Block 6, Shade's addi-
tion on the north from Ben
Lloyd and given it as a public
highway. It gives ingress and
egress to and from any of the
lots in Block 6.
lOjOOO oounds of poultry want
ed within the next seven days.
I will pay
8c per pound
in cash for hens.
J. W. Humphreys,
Main St .Opposite KatlilT'sStore,
Married at the home of Mr.
and Mrs Chas. Brewer, in Hen
nessey, March 14, by Rev Love,
pastor of Christian church, Wiiv
tield Cliae and Miss Grace War
ner. These young pjople ar'e well
liked and highly respected by a
host of friends who have known
them since early childhood, both
of them having grown to manhood
and womanhood in Oklahoma.
We wish them peace, prosperity
and happiness and that they may
never regret the step they have
taken, aud that their life may ba
long, happy and contented is the
wish of their many friends.
"Why Girls Leave Home."
Better than a sermon, batter
than any descriptive flights of a
Moody or a Billy Sunday, was
the play of "Why Girls Leave
Home," produced to the large
audience at the Theatre last
evening. Dozens of young
women, who parade the streets
of Denver sat with tense faces
and aching eyes, as the panorama
of pathetic events passed before
their visions; at times there was
not a dry eye in the crowded
house and the sobs of girls and
women were mingled with the
stirring climaxes enacted on the
This attraction broke all
records of the Curtis Theatre in
Denver, October 6, 1907.
Will be at Opera House, Hen-
nessey, March 25.
A Pretty Home Wedding.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Crosswhite on Route 2 out
of Marshall, on Thursday, March
12, 1908, at 2 p. m. occurred the
wedding of their daughter Janie
to Edward Kirkpatrick of Gage.
The bride was gowned in a love
ly white silk. The groom wore
the conventional black. John
Crosswhite, brother of the bride,
was best man and Miss Grace
Taylor bridesmaid. Frank Lud
wig and Miss Etta Henry were
After the ceremony the bridal
party repaired to the dining
room where a bountiful four-
course dinner was served. Only
the immediate family and a few
friends of about 30 in number'
were in attendance. The bride
received a large number of use
fui presents. All present wish-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick a
long and happy life, and that not
many clouds would rise to dark-
en their pathway of love and
peace, as they travel down life's
Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick de-
parted for their future home at
Gage on Friday.
On Thursday, March 6th, W.
R. Titterington and daughter
Miss Nora, went to Crescent
City, Olcla., where they partici-
pated in a family re union of the
Titterington family. Mr Titter-
irigton's father celebrated his 82d
birthday anniversary on the 6th
inst., at which were present all
of his children. After visiting
and having a happy time togetli
er for several days W. R. and
daughter returned home ae
companied by T. A. Ferguson
and wif jof Monroe County, Ohio
Mrs. Ferguson is a sister of Mr
Titterington and was attending
the re union at Crescent. They
certainly found a smiling wel
come from the Oklahoma land-
scape while here.
Ejected Grand Representative.
At the meeting of representa
ttves of the various councils of
Red Men in the two jurisdictions
of Oklahoma and Indian Terri
tory at Oklahoma City, last
Thursday a consolidation of the
two tribes was effected to be
known as the Oklahoma jurisdic
tion. W. W. Parks of Henuessey
was honored by being elected
Grand Representative from the
State of Oklahoma to the Great
Council of the U S. Imp O R
M , which will be held at Bridge-
tiort, Connecticut, in September.
This is a high honor and Mr.
Parks who has been an enthu
siastic Red Man ever since the
order was established in Hennes-
sey is much pleased at this
recognition from the Indian
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In the presence of a number
of friends and relatives, at Che
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L B. Bamilton, resid
ing northeast of Hennessey, oc
curred, the marriage of their
daughter Nora to Harry R. Lind-
ley, on Sunday March 15th at 4
o'clock p m., Rev. Hefley of
The bride was gowned in
white silk while the groom wore
the conventional black. After
the ceremony the guests repair-
ed to the dining room where a
bounteous repast was served.
The bride and groom are highly
respected and well known young
people of this Vicinity. * The
groom moved iuto the commun-
ity about a year ago with his
parents and during his brief
residence here has made many
They will make their home
near Jet, Okla , where they will
take up their residence March
25th. The community regrets
losing such estimable young
people. They have many friends
who wish them long, happy and
prosperous lives. Those pres-
ent at the ceremony were the
bride's parents and brothers
Walter and Roy, the groom's
grandmother and uncle, Mrs. ti.
Bryant and Mr. Nelson M,
Bryant of St. Louis, Rev. Helley
ar.d wife, Mr. and Mrs. Millis,
Mr. and Mrs. Bond, Miss Edna
Millis, Miss Elsie Bond, Mr.
Philip Millis aud Claud Bond.
Dr. E. D. Bradley returned
last Saturday from a trip through
Texas, aud into Old Mexico by
way of a steamer from Galveston
He was at Tampico, Vera Cruz
and the City of Mexico, nd con
aiders the latter city as the most
interesting he ever visited. The
old cathedrals built of stone and
cement, and centuries old are a
marvel of architecture, and how
thfey werfe constructed of such
size and splendor is a mystery.
Mexico City has hundreds of
mites of Cement paved streets
which are kept as clean or even
cleaner than our cement walks
in "Hennessey. And yet as a con
trast he saw Mexican farmers at
work right up to the U. S. bound
ry, plowing with the old fashion
ed wooden plow, pulled by oxen!
The Doctor is looking better and
is much improved by his outing
Mrs. Bradley remained in El
Paso, for a few weeks visit with
Yill Operate Canning Factory.
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In conversation with one of
Special prices on that tine line
of men's, boys' and children's
hits.at Bish Bros.
the directors of the canning fac
tory a few d lys ago we learned
tliat there is a disposition to
operate the canning factory this
season in handling what produce
the farmers may have to offer
That is they will not attempt to
induce the planting of vegetables
such as paas, beans, tomatoes,
etc, but if the season is favorable
and these crops are raised in
any quantity to justify it they
will be glal to purchase them
for canning. But they will be
ready to can all varieties of fruit
that may be brought to the fac
We desire to make a sugges-
tion right here that can easily be
put into successful operation—
and that is the combining of an
alfalfa mill to be operated in con
nection with the Canning factory.
The season of work along these
two lines comes at different
periods of time and the power
already in use for the canning
factory could be utilized in grind
ing alfalfa into feed. We sug-
gest that the stockholders in the
Canning factory take this matter
up and discuss it with a view
toward making the addition of
the necessary machinery if it
should be found feasible.
W. O. Armantrout is making
some good improvements on the
property south of Dr. Merrill's
which he recently purchased.
W. D Frakes moved his family
and household effects on Tues
day into the property southwest
of the park he recently bought
of Clarence Morrell.
Cockrell Brothers have not
raised their rate of interest on
farm loans and are anxious to
loan <(25,000.00 on good farms
during the next ninety days.
See E. B Cockrell, at the First
FOR SALE.—Cow peas, Fox
Terrier dog , a few R 1 Red
Roosters, and e_fgs from the best
Reds in Okla. Phone, write or
call S. A. Roiieus,
li. 3, l)o«er, Okla.
Registered Black Mammoth
Jacks, from colts to 8 years old.
Prices and terms reasonable.
J. H. Smith,
R. F. I). It. Phone 601.
I will open a popular priced
photo gallery soon, first door
north of the Clipper office. I
have the popular stamp photos,
16 for 25c. A nice photo at $1.00
per do* , a better one at $1.50, to
$2 00 per doz, also the photo
post cards. Remember the
place for "Good Wor k at Reason-
able Prices "
Farm for Rent.
We want a good tenant for the
NE i, 30-19-7, for the coming
year. Call and see C. H. Miller,
The Percheron Stallion
CYRUS, Black Hawk Morgan
These well known horses will
make the season of 1908 at the
old Seidl farm ^ mile east and £
south of Hennessey, Okla.
$8.00 to insure colt to stand
Mares parted with or removed
from the county where owned
when bred, forfeits the insurance
and the debt becomes due and
payable at once. Mare and colt
will stand good for service fee.
Care will be taken to prevent ac-
cidents, but will not be respon-
sible should any occur.
FATE MORRIS, Owner.
Are all very well
in their plane. We have
them and keep them in
their places in our line
Hair Brushes, Nail Brushes,
Paint Brushes, 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.
and Field Seed
I have opened a Peed arid ^.< ed Store two
doora Mouth of Clipper office, where I handle
all kinds of freHh garden and Held need In bulk.
FARMKR8I Wring In your Kaffir Corn.
r aue Seed, and Cow I'ease. Will pay a j<ood
price. Fresh ground feed for sale,
w. L. BAKER.
SACK EAST whom you might
influence to come out into the
** Sunny Outdoor Country"
where you are and be inde-
pendent, quitting the mad scramble
of the city for a glorious, happy LIFE,
instead of mere existence ?
JOUBTLKSS you have, and they
need but a little urging to
make them see the advantages
and attractions of your local-
ity. We can give them abundant
reasons for making the change. Will
you let us help you ?
jtJST write them a letter and say
that you have asked the Hock
Island to send them a book
about your state containing
pictures aud information that they
ought to see and read. Then write
me a postal and give me their name or
names and addresses and I will "do the
rest." Isn't this suggestion worth
acting upon ? Why not do it now f
There is no cost but the postage.
Passenger Traffic Manager,
Rock laland Lines,
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