The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 27, 1909 Page: 7 of 10
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IfflS OF THE VICINITY
White House Coffee at Hakes's.
P. L. Ratliff was up from Okla-
homa City over Sunday.
E. B. Cockrell, of El Reno, was
in town Saturday on business.
Miss El ma Saur and Miss
lAIlegra Berrigan were Enid
If in need of Dental work call
i Dr. Merrill the Dentist.
Cvery Tuesday in Dover.
Dr. Hector has taken in a
mrtner. Emerson Hypes being
[the new member of the tirm.
Deputy Sheriff Ike Hawkins
was up from Kingfisher last Sat-
urday afternoon and evening.
Mrs. Tom. W. Anderson, teach-
|er of voice, piano, Harmony and
ITheory of Music. Phone 175.
I Walter Hilbish who is attend-
| ing school at Oklahoma City,
f spent Sunday visiting with home
Mrs. Alice Gould and Miss
Hazel Barr, of the Baptist Sun-
* day School were delegates to the
convention held in Enid 'luesday
Miss Bethel Shover and Miss
Gladys Dunlap went to Enid
Monday to attend the Sunday
School Convention. They were
delegates from the M. E. Sunday
S B. Humphrey Installed his j
new soda fountain the tirst of I
the week. It's a dandy.
Mayor Wylie spent the latter
half of last week in the county
seat attending the district court.
H. K. Bowerinan, Lyman
Hobbs and Dr. Barker were
Kingfisher visitors last Friday.
Mrs. Sarah Liston returned
from Guthrie, last Friday where
she had been visiting with old
friends the past week.
The Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Hennessey loans money
on farms at lowest rates, and
you can pay the interest annually
if you prefer.
Mrs. Luella Murphy left Mon
day morning for Galveston,
Texas, where she will spend a
month visiting with her sister
Miss Nettie Liddle and Miss
Agnes Berrigan were in Enid
Tuesday and Wednesday, attend-
ing the Sunday School Conven
tion as delegates from the Con-
gregational Sunday School.
There is only one place in
town to get a Farm Loan with
the privilege of paying part or
all of the principle without
notice to Co. and annual inter
est. No delay, money paid
when papers signed.
J. L. Hines.
First National Bank Building.
Mrs. Ed Henry of Kingfisher! Edgar Hilbish, mail clerk In
visited iu Hennessey Saturday. Central Texas, was visiting home
The ladies of the M. E. church
will serve dinner and supper on
the 12th of June.
Henry Schmidt came down
from Hiawatha, Kansas, last
week to attend to some legal
William H. Taft would be a
happy man if he could buy his
groceries and vegetables fresh,
like you can at C. H. Brewei s.
A large number of telephones
and electric lights were put out
of commission by the lightning
in the storm last Friday after-
Bud Rogers bought the Zulia
Schmidt property that was sold
in the administrator's sale in the
county court at Kingfisher last
You may never be able to
gratify your desire for wealth or
social position, but you can al-
ways gratify your appetite by
The finest, most tasteful and
wholesome biscuit, cake and pas-
try are made with Royal Bak-
ing Powder, and not otherwise.
Royal is the only Baking Powder
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
folks a few days last we£k.
Ralph Gould was up from
^Kingfisher over Sunday visiting
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Prof. E. S. McCabe and wife
and son, of Kingfisher, visited
the first of the week with R.
Binding and family.
A. E. Stephenson and family
and W. Z. Smith and wife, of
Enid, and Clarence Smith, of I
Wichita, were the guests of Post j
master Felt and family Sunday.
Miss Elizabeth Zeigler return-
ed home Friday from Guthrie
where she had been attending
the Capital City Business College.
Miss Zeigler completed the
course she was taking in the
F. Murch, of Clinton, Oklaho-
ma, was in town a few days last
week looking after the interests
of the Hennessey Electric Light
jpsect Destroyers j
Pure Persian and Dalniatiou Insect Powders,
Chicken Lice Killer, Moth Balls for taking
care of layed away woolens, Bed-bug Poison,
Paris Green and London Purple for potatoe
bugs. All fresh, just from the factory.
Dinkier, the Druggist %
The Misses Myra Wells, Mabel
Wells and Frankie Richardson
were the delegates from the
Methodist Sunday School to the
Sunday School Convention held
in Enid, 'l'uesdayand Wednesday.
Get your farm loan from the
Farmers & Merchants Bank of
Hennessey. You can makeyour
interest payments direct to them
and they will receipt you for it,
No exchange charge for remitting
Mrs. J. Bardsley who lias been
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Lyman Hobbs, returned to her
home in Fairview, Okla., I1 riday.
She was accompanied by her
sister Miss Jessie Hobbs who
will spend the summer with her.
The Misses Grace Hobbs,
Louise Miller, Nettie Corder,
Murriel Shover and Messrs Glen
Shover, Ed Vaughn and Ive\
Mason were delegates to the
League Convention held at
Crescent City, Okla., the Hist
t.hrop davs of this week.
Entire time devoted to the practice j
Twentv-tlve years experience. |
Larnest Library In Western Okla- j
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Oklahoma Avenue.
Residence 'I'lionc 24.
your .F1™ Power and Ice Co. Mr.
y°Ur C H is also interested in an electric
light plant at Clinton.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilliam, of Okla
homa City, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hamer over
Sunday. Mr. Gilliam is State
Superintendent of the Christian
Sunday Schools and gave an in-
teresting talk in the Christian
church Sunday evening.
Miss Jessie Binding, Walter
Cupps and Prof. T. W. Anderson
were the delegates from the
Sunday school at the Christian
I church to the State Sunday
Office Phone 21.
J. N. DAVIS
School convention held in Enid
the first three days of this week,
The special train carrying the ,
St. Louis Boosters passed
through Hennessey last Satur-
day afternoon at 5:20 and only
stopped here ten minutes. A
few of the representatives of the
different firms aboard the train
got off and handed out advertise
ments to the crowd that gathei -
ed at the depot to see them, and
Seymours First Regiment band
played a few selections on the
CEMENT BLOCKS ANI)
For Building Purposes
Call and see the splendid work
we are doing at our now factory
south of the Christian Church.
These blocks make a handsome
building and cannot be beaten
for foundations when a good jobj
is desired. Call and see us.
Brumley & Jones,
So. Main St., Hennessey, Okla.
Violin, Mandolin, Piano, Guitar,
and Band Instruments.
Tuning and Repairing Pianos and Organs.
All Work Guaranteed. Phone 4« or Leave
Orders at Brewers Jewelry Store.
Our Repair Work
Is the Foundation of
Our Business. We
Always Make it Give
Satisfaction. Try us
with any kind of a job
in the Jewelry Line.
H . 1) . B R E W E R ,
This paint has greater
covering capacity, wears j
longer and looks better
than any other. It will
wear evenly and leaves n
good surface for re-paint-
ing. We guarantee it to
give the best results if
properly applied to a sur-
face suitable for paint.
Saurs Drug Store
East Side Main Street
Some Attractive Bargains for Your Con-
sideration are Presented by this Store for
Saturday and all Next Week
Something Doing Along the Line of
Money saving in Every Department
For Cash or Produce You get the Benefit of from 10 to 40 per cent. Discount
From Regular Prices for Saturday and Next Week.
In the Skirt Department
AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 2006
Kalamaioo Conet Co., M k«r
All the new models in the
American Beauty Cor-
sets are shown in our
Corset Department at
$1.00, $1.50 and $2
10 YARDS OF CALICO FOR 10 CENTS
The new styles in black and blue Panama $6.50 0 A00
Skirts for next week, Special -
Ladies'blue Panama Button Skirts, (Q50
each - - - V
One lot Ladies' white Lawn, Nansook, Linnen 0125
and India Linon, $2, $3 and $4 waists, each I
Ladies' Silk Underskirts $5.00 and $6.00 values, 0450
With every $5.00 Purchase in the
Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe
Section we Give
Yards of Calico for 10 Cents
All our Sincerity $25 Suits, Satur-
day Special for $18.50
Only a Few Left, there's
$5 Saving for You
on Each One
In the Grocery Department.
18 pounds Cane Sugar for. $100
3 big cans best Tomatoes for 25c
3 cans best Corn for 25c
3 cans Peas for 25c
Marvelous va 1 u e s
in the Boys' and Chil-
drens Clothing sec-
Suit and many others
For Saturday and
Ladies' Oxblood Strap Pumps, at per
pair - $1.75
Ladies' $2.50 Tan Oxfords and Gibson
Ties . $2.00
Ladies' $2.00 Black Oxfords $150
All the $4.00 Patent Strap and Ankle
Pumps, for pair ,$3 00
Men's $3.00 black, tan and green
Work Shoes $2.50
Men's $4.00 black Kangaroo and Pat-
ent Oxfords $3.50
Men's $3.50 tan Oxfords and patent
welt Oxfords — $3 00
Men's $3.25 Patent Oxfords $2.o0
Men's *3.50 Wax Calf Oxfords, welt
cork in-sole $2.75
25 styles Infants Shoes and
Slippers at pair . 50c
10 Yards of Best Calico for 10c
100 high-back Overalls for 75c
10 Yards of
Calico on Saturday
for 10 Cents
Cow Peas bushel $2.00
Kaffir Corn bushel 70c
SS Jones Dry Goods Company
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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/m1/7/: accessed April 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.