The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 28, 1909 Page: 5 of 8
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The Only Baking Powder
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
—Made from Grapes—
A Guarantee of Pure,
Healthful, Delicious Food
OF THE VICI
Hoar Mr. Sheldur. at the Cong-
regational.Church, February 1st.
If in need of Dental work call
on Dr. Merrill the Dentist
Office in the Brees building.
"The Mali in's of a Man." Ev
ery young man should hear this
lecture. Congregational Church,
Rev. McDermond and wife
leave for Kremlin, on Saturday,
to commence revival services on
the following Sabbath.
J. H. Antrobus of Taloga,
stopped over at Hennessey last
Saturday in returning home
from the Consistory at Guthrie.
Misses' Maude and Louise
Weed of Grayville, Illinois, arriv
ed here Thursday night of last
week on a visit to their sister
Mrs. George Dauncr and family.
Miss Cynthia Vogel who re
cently went on a visit to Morris
county, Kansas, with her sister
Mrs. John Barber, returned
home Sunday night. Mrs Bar-
ber will remain a month longer.
Arthur L. Stinson, who is at-
tending the Capital City Business
College at Guthrie, came over
Saturday for a Couple of days
visit with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Stinson. He likes
Mr. and Mrs. John Gasman,
of Bark •'River, Michigan, uncle
and aunt of A. W. Hakes, came
in Monday. They had been vis-
iting at Minco, and returned
Tuesday, intending to visit in
Mr. and Mrs. H. Smiley, of
Colorado Springs:, arrived here
a week ago and are visiting the
families of J. W. and W. H. Bea
man of Center township. Mr.
Smiley was here 18 years ago
and speaks' enthusiastically of
the wonderful improvement
Daniel W. Harding, of Enid,
and one time a resident of Hen-
nessey, died on the 13th inst. of
heart failure. The deceased
was a brother in law of Atnassi
Johnson of Skeleton township.
He is the man who had such a
long contest over the ownership
of a tract of land lying just east
of the Rock Island depot at Enid
which he had purchased of Guj
R. Gillett, and which suit is stili
in the courts.
5 Holidays are Over |
And it is time to settle
down to business, so if
you are in need of any- ♦
thing in Watches, Jewel- *
ry or Musical Instru- «
ments call and inspect
This has been a stormy,
windy, dust in the air day.
Awnings are threatening to
leave their moorings, and pedes
trians are on the alert to dodge
any boards that may be floating
through. A large glass was
broken in the Overton building,
north of Jones Dry Goods Co.
and Bash & Miller realty sign
knocked out two big ones in the
Clipper office front. If you are
in town and want to pay your
subscription you'll know the
place by our bran new wooden
J. E. Hamilton who recently
purchased W. A. Kale's farm, 2
miles northwest of town, has
moved his family from near
Waukomis, where Mr. Hamilton
has another farm, and thus be
comes a citizen of Kingfisher
county. He has also paid the
initiation fee and become a mem-
ber of the Clipper reading
circle for the ensuing year.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. V. Henry
and children came in last Friday
night from Colorado Springs,
where they have been residing
for some time. After visiting
friends here a few days they
will go to Kingfisher where Mr.
Henry will begin work at the
depot with Agent Pittman.
Mayor Jones has appointed J.
T. Baldwin, Chair man of the Local
Lincoln Centenary Committee.
The LincolnCentenary Committee
has for its object the celebration
of the coming Lincoln Centenary
and the completion of the nation-
al memorial at the Lincoln Birth
John Duffy, the hustling real
estate man, closed a deal this
week for an exchange of John
Jaynes' farm northeast of Dover,
for a stock of merchandise at
Lahoma, belonging to Mr. Mag-
Mrs. J. N. Holmes, of Weath-
erford, wife of the singer who is
issisting in the M. E. revival ac-
companied by their little daugh-
ter, joined her husband here last
My stock of strictly fresh
groceries will appeal to you and
tickle your pocket book, then
you'll do the rest. Quick atten-
tion to your wants. Hakes, the
We would suggest that the
i\iwn Trustees take hold of the
City Parks and reduce the num-
ber of trees and otherwise im-
prove the parks the coming year.
The only exclusive grocery in
the city, and our prices are al
ways in touch with your purse.
A. W. IIakes.
County Surveyor Stalnaker
was here last Monday on busi-
ness connected with establishing
Hear Mr, Sheldon at the Cong
regational Church, February 1st.
The Fred Ehler Dry Goods Company $
Annual White Goods Sale
A T THE BIG STORE
Beginning Thursday, February 6, and continuing FOUR
DAYS ONLY«=Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday—
the greatest sale of White Goods we have ever had. Dimi-
ities, Lawns, Linens, Muslins, Embroideries, Laces and every-
thing else in the White Goods line at a remarkably low
price. NOW 15 THE GREAT MONEY SAVING TIHE FOR
YOU. Buy your goods NOW and have them made up and
ready for the season when it comes. Remember the DATE—*
February 6th to ioth inclusive*—and the PLACE.
See the Hennessey County
Everybody should go to the
Hennessey County Fair.
Born, January 27th, a fine baby
girl to Mr. and Mrs. Manly Reed.
J. W. Mitchell, formerly of
Hennessey, but now of Pond
Creek, was in town Tuesday
A. E. Brown who moved from
here to Mulvane, Kansas, has
ordered his paper changed to
Augusta, Kansas, to which place
he has moved.
D. J. Tait has returned from
Ames where he had charge of the
cotton gin last fall and has com-
menced work as second miller for
the StarMill and Elevator Co. at
Hennessey. We are glad to see
Dan back in Hennessey again.
Roy Caulk, son of J, A. Caulk,
enrolled as a student of the Cap-
ital City Business College at
Guthrie last week. The Capital
City B. C. has already attracted
a goodly number of students
from Hennessey, which speaks
well for this school.
C. A. Ball came from Pawnee
last Friday and on Saturday had
a sale of a lot of his furniture.
He left the first of the week to
join his family at Mountain View
from where they will move right
away to Pawnee, Okla., where
Charlie will engage in business.
C. A. Bleistein of the Post Of-
fice News Stand is trying to
smile and look pleasant while
nursing a broken rib which he
got from a fall about ten days
ago. He succeeds pretty well
until he coughs or sneezes-at
which times he is excusable if
the smile vanishes for a short
Home made bread, which is the
most nutritious of foods when it
is made from a high grade flour
like Liberty. There is no food
so healthful and economical as
good home made bread, and
when you make it from Liberty
flour it is n<H only nourishing,
but tempting and delicious.
STAR Mill & ELtVATOR CO.
I Mr. and Mrs. Quinton, a
a worthy aged couple of this
place have consented to go to
Greenwood Home, as they are
quite feeble and with no rela-
tives here to look after them.
They will be well cared for there
as Superintendent Eads and his
wife were formerly near neigh-
bors of Mr. and Mrs. Quinton.
J. O. Burke will sell at public
sale at his home 12 mi. west and
i mile south of Hennessey, and 1
ini. west and mi. south of
Lacey, on Thursday, Feb' 4, 1909,
beginning at 10 a. m , 6 head of
horses, 5 cows, 18 hogs, a lot of
implements, 500 bu. Rowden
cotton seed, &c. 9 months time,
usual terms. J. L. Murphy,
auctioneer. John Smith, Clerk.
For Good Eating Stop in
HI THE LEE SHORT ORDER
I have leased this business and
invite everybody to call on me.
J. H. BERKENB1LE.
An unparallelled proposition
made by the Capital City Busi-
ness College of Guthrie, Okla.
We teach the famous Byrne
Simplified Shorthand and Practi-
cal Bookkeeping, systems so
vastly superior to others that the
claims we make for them seem
almost incredible. We make
this free scholarship offer to con-
vince the most skeptical that the
Byrne Simplified Shorthand,
Practical Bookkeeping and Busi
ness Training, are all that we
claim. We offer a free scholar-
ship to anyone who will find a
single individual whoever finish
ed the Byrne Simplified Short-
hand, then laid it aside and took
up another system and became a
succ^sful writer of the latter in
preference to the Byrne. Hun
dreds have abandoned Pitman,
Graham, Gregg, Cross, etc. for
We will teach any young per-
j son with a good common school
education who will attend our
school and do good average work
for three months, to write legibly
150 words of unfamiliar matter,
court reporting, to the minute,in
the Byrne Simplified Shorthand,
and transcribe same neatly on
the typewriter or make no charge
for the course. If you will find
any other school in the U. S.
using any other system of short
hand that will do this, we will
make you a present of the course.
With the Byrne Practical
Bookkeeping and Business
Training, we make the student a
proficient accountant and busi-
ness man in half the time requir
ed with other systems in other
schools. Our work is taught on
the plan of "Learn to do by do
ing;" our school room is a minia-
ture city, transacting business in
a business way; our students are
using the various books and re-
cords, notes, deeds, drafts, rnort
gages, etc., just as they will use
them in the best regulated busi-
ness offices. Our school room is
one of practical business training
and not theory.
For catalog that will convince
you of the wonderful superiority
of the famous Byrne systems, fill
in name and address and mail to
Capital City Business College,
"The Makin's of a Man." Ev-
ery young man should hear this
lecture. Congregational Church,
Dunn, Fitzhugh & Burns,
Proprietors of The
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Of Danville, Iowa, will give a
lecture in the Congregational
Church, Monday evening, Feb-
ruary 1st, subject "The Makin's
of a Man." Mr. Sheldon comes
well recommended and all should
hear him. Mr. J. E. Stucky,
mayor of Olds, la., says: "Mr.
Sheldon presents his message in
au earnest and interesting man-
ner that pleases the audience.
It is inspiring and instructive.
Hear him." Admission, child-
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Mrs. Reed, of Tulsa, mother
of Manly Reed, arrived bere the
first of the week oa her return
home from a visit in Kansas.
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Miller, C. H. The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 28, 1909, newspaper, January 28, 1909; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105641/m1/5/: accessed October 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.