The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 27, 1909 Page: 10 of 10
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HOES IT PAY?
To use tin IIBFRfY Brand of Flour'
Disy way to settle the matter.—Use1
the same amount of flour, milk,
sugar, eggs, flavoring, beat 'rm up
the same way, hake the mass in the
same oven at the same time, with '
the same aire and note results li «j
111!Ml | Y Flour doesn't win in that
fair sort of trial don't buy another
STAR VIII «c EimTOR CO.
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osino Out Sale
Proprietors of The
HENNOSSHY TRANSFER CO.,
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The John A. Ratlift Mer.
Positively are Goin? On! #1 Business
Are prepared to do all kinds of hauling promptly at short
notice. Special attention to careful handling of house-
hold goods and furniture.
Last Friday Miss Bessie Ken-
shaw and Mr. Lee Dolton were
united in the holy bonds of
matrimony at Woodward, Okla
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver
entertained a number of friends
Will. Lighthill *!•
homa. They returned for a few at their home last Sun<l.i>
days visit, departing Tuesday pleasant time is reported,
morning for Winfield, Kansas,
■where they will remain for a
short time, then return to Enid,
Oklahoma, where they intend to
make their future home.
Mrs. Dolton is the eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C I
Renshaw, of this place and she
has been for the past few years
one of Kingfisher County's most
successful school teachers.
Mr. Dolton is well known in
this vicinity, having lived in this
county the larger portion of his
life, he is a plasterer by trade
and has been contracting at
Enid, for the past year. It
seems success is and has been
bis bidding at all times.
The young couple have many
warm friends here with whom
the CUPPER joins in wishing
them prosperity and happiness
through their married life.
Chas. Cooper had a calf killed j
by lightning Sunday during thej
Mrs. Lee Burner lias a young
chicken that is quite a curiosity.
It is a well formed chicken in
every way, with the addition of
two extra toes hanging from its
tail, they are much longer than
the toes on the feet and nearly
touch the ground. Tt is about
six weeks old, and is growing
and doing as well as the rest of,
Prom Now Until June First +
This store will be alive with real bargains. Five thousand 'f
dollars worth of seasonable, up-to-date merchandise must be +
sold within the next three weeks. This is your opportunity. 4*
Do not let it pass. Buy now. +
Notice Hie I 'nheard of Prices
Have had several good rains
lately and crops are looking fine.
Our road overseer, J. H. Hawk,
has been doing some good road
•work, and bridge repairing
which was much needed.
Mrs. John Taggert went to
Enid last Wednesday, to visit her
children, C. Taggert and M rs.
Ben Cook, and their families
Mr. Taggert went up Saturday
to accompany her home.
John Traile and family and Ira
Hawk and family were visitors at
the Jesse Gwynti home last Sun-
Mrs. Benton States, who is
undergoing medical treatment at
the Hospital at Oklahoma City,
has the sympathy of this entire
neighborhood, as she made this
her home for many years, com-
ing here with her parents at the
opening of Oklahoma to settle
ment, and grew tc
among us. We hope for her a
We are glad of the change in
getting the Clipper out earlier
in the week. That gives us a
chance to read our paper the
game week as printed. Hereto
fore we got it on Monday of the
Miss Grace 1 urrows, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Brewer of Hennessey,
and Mr. rnd Mrs. Oil States,
visited their brother Winfield
Cline and family last Sunday.
Miss (-race remained a week
longer returning home Saturday.
Mrs, Harry and daughters,
the Misses Lizzie and Mary
15c values at
Special Prices in
Most all of the neighborhood
went to Kingfisher to attend
court last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Larsen spent |
Sunday with Mr. Spomer and
We have had plenty of rain at
present and a hail storm did
quite a little damage to fruit and
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones 1
gave a party in honor of Miss 1
Edna Walker, one of Union's J*
former teachers. The evening ,
was spent with games and music. *2*
Miss Beulah Payne and Edith
Bumps rendered some very fine -
instrumental music. The little j t
girls deserve praise and en aS«
couragement which they always t
get. Light refreshments were! 1?
served. Bessie and Clayton
know how to entertain and every-,
body had a good time.
Joie Payne cut his hand on a
nail. He fell in such a way he
could not get loose. We have
often heard of hanging people on
a nail but this is the first time
we know of a real boy hanging
on a nail. His mother came to
his rescue and he is getting along
A. B. Payne and son are doing
womanhood some carpenter work in Dover at
Little Dessie Wheeler, of
Dover, was visiting her cousin
Miss Beulah Payne over Sunday
Crops are looking fine. #.
Killing weeds is the order of1 '
the day for farmers can not work
in the fields for a week.
A-good unbleached Muslin,
worth 7J^c, now
Good Apron Check Gingham,
worth. 775C, now.
Fine Dress Ginghams,
10c and 12J^c values, now
Best Dress Ginghams,
worth 15c, now
A. C. A. TICKING
Child's 10c Hose . - 07c
Ladies'12>^c Tun Hose (i8e
Ladies' Lace 35c Hose 19c
Ladies' Laca 50c Hose 39c
Embroideries and Laces.
25c Special lot at 3#c
25c Special lot at 05c
25c Special lot 7/jc
15c One lot Hair Ribbons—widths 3*/ to 5
25c inches, fancy flowers, stripes, etc.,
25c Special at per yard 10c
ic Dress Goods.
'101' Social prices on any piece of Dress Goods
in the house. All must go rogardless
3 Large Cans Tomatoes
3 " " Lye Hominy
3 " " Pumpkin
3 cans good Corn _.
5 pound pail of coffee ..
2 pounds good bulk Coffee ..
1 pound good bulk Coffee, (20c seller)
2 cans large Salmon,
4 packages Raisins .
5 pounds bulk Raisins
5 pounds bulk Prunes
10-pound pail Syrup
Large can Oysters
Small can Oysters, .. - - - •> tor ^ of price.
1 lb. Baker's Premium Chocolate 40c •
7 bars Silk or White Russian Soap 2oc Best Oilcloth, now
2 packages Dr. Prices Breakfast food loc Ladies black petUcoats, at
9 iMcltades Corn Flakes 15c Ladies Gauze Vests .. -
5 25' «* Gloves at your „wn price.
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WE ARE POSITIVELY GOING OUT OF BUSINESS *
Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!".
Our Shoe Department is still complete. We
have a full line of sizes in Men's, Wom-
en's and Children's Shoes and Oxfords,
which we will sell at greatly reduced
prices. Here are a few of the bargains
from our Shoe Department:
One lot Ladies' Black and Chocolate
Vi 1 Kid, Mat Top, Patent Tip,
a> sewed Oxfords a good £149
value at $2, Sale price only. v
One lot Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes,
Oxblood and Black Vici Oxfords
Welts 1 lrn and McKay sole size * |
3 to 8, a good $2.S0 valOe at v "
On* lot Mis es and Boys Oxfords in
1 '.iii: t, Ox1' ••', Chocolate and 39
niack Vici, regular value, *1.75 y I
We have just 60 Men's Suits left,
range in price from $10 to $20
we will sell at these slaughtering prices
$10.00 Suits at
$12.50 Suits at
$15.00 Suits at
$20.00 Suits at
Boys' Long Pants Suits
Boys' Short Pants Suits
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
One lot $5.00 Dress Skirts,
which A1 good, up-to-date styles, now
which One lyt $5.00 Dress Skirts,
Special values, at —
Ladies' Wliite Duck Dress Skirts,
$ 6 00 worth what they cost all go at t
7 50 Ml other Skirts at Special Prices.
9 00 Hats.
11 00 One lot of Men's Fur Hats, regular f *9
$375 $2.50 value, at VI
„Q Onr lot Men's and Boys Hats $1.50
— and 11.75 value, at 301
We have a complete line of odd Pants for One lot Men's Dempster $3.00 Hats ft 1 98
STRAW'iLVTS—J 'lot Straw Hat iQ.
for Men, $1.00 and $1.50 value, ®f ?Fv
PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Willard Darrow spent the
latter part of last week In Enid.]
the guest of Miss Nellie Ridcn
We must sell five thousand dollars
____________ worth of merchandise between now
and June (71909. This is your golden opportunity-come
in and SEE 1HE BARGAINS.
\ the Clipper May 27,19d
Notice lh hereby given to all pern
t'Meil in the estat<* of Mary Hurnuin
tlirti ou the Ittth day of May iwt
Ihtriiuiu produced ana tiled lu t!
Court of the County of KuikINIum una Mine i
of nkluhoma. an Instrument In writing pur-
were calling on Mrs. Grace Cline (i
last Wednesday. 1 a" j
.. ... 11 rii '! ..kiiiiauan th«* exeoutom named in *aid w
Miss Alice Maddox of II onnGR- . j- irsu.mt to an order o( wald Court made on
• I tht -itliday May I WW. noti.-e m herein vt-n
sey is visiting relatives here tilth s..mta y ti.«- 'jtm.v j .<• '■« '. "
. I bovir of - O 9UH3U P III. or MM 'lay, tli.it I" Uff
week. I u day of the regular April u m
Hiit.l tJ )urt has been appointed a* the tun-
for bearing Naid petition and proving said will
I ai the t onnty Court room lu KlngUhiu r in >
Vftllev visited with Mrs. Jesse County of KiugHnber wrbeu and where all!
•" j tK>nn IntereHted may appear and content
Gwynn last Thursday. whereof. > i,.<, .
Frank Bertwoll and wife of Uj^j^ «'• 1
Hennessey visited with Andy I |s
We are Positively Going
OUl OF BUSINESS
Henry of Spring (
Taggert and wife last Sunday.
vvylle attorney for petitioner
I Tlic John A. Ratliff Mer. Co.
t North Main Street, HENNESSEY, OKLA.
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Sprague, G. E. The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 27, 1909, newspaper, May 27, 1909; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105659/m1/10/: accessed May 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.