The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 9, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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NfflS OF THE VICINITY
Miss Fay Jackson was an Enid
Fine prints on suitable mounting
at Chaufty's studio.
Otis Smith visited friends
Elmer Woods was up from
Steven Fads was up from
Kingfisher the latter part of last
Get your suits cleaned and
pressed at Chas. Slump's pana-
W. O. Armantrout made a bus
iness trip to Tulsa, vj
latter part of last week.
Harness, collars, pads and
whips, also humane horse collars
at Cooper's harness shop.
Charley Jones returned Fri-
day night from Liberal, Kansas,
where he has been the past six I
Mrs. liussel Dunlap returned
Saturday from Fairvalley, Oula ,
after a two weeks visit with M;?s
I lazel Roberts.
LOST—White Lhvellan setter
named Prince, Enid dog tax No
4*7. Notify R. F. Sexton, En-
grs. Office. Enid.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stetton, of
Fairview, Okla , were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cox last
Thursday and Friday.
Jim Ilenshaw returned home
Sunday evening from Sentinel,
Okla., where he has been vvoik
ing the past two weeks.
Miss Dorris Perigo who is at-
tending Nar.ual at Kingfish-
er, came up last Viday evening
to spend Saturday and Sunday
with home folks.
ANN' LADY can easily make
from fcis.ou to S-o.UO per week
working for me quietly in her
own home locality. This is a
honatide olTer-ono which
pay you to investigate, even il
you can only spare twohours per
day. No investment required.
Turn your spare time into money
Write me at once for particulars.
Address Maky B. TayloK, Box
10, Women's Building, Joliet,
We received a card from O,
\V. Bear, of Long Beach, Cat.,
who resided in Hennessey seven-
teen year, stating that he had
moved from the city to his coun-
try home, lie says crops are
very good there, a result of irri-
gation, and that living is high i
but produce prices are in accord j
ance, butter being 40 cents a-
pound, eggs HO cents per dozen j
and young frys weighing two.
pounds are 73 cents. 1" ruit, he
says, is cheap and you can got
three boxes of tine strawberries
for 10 cents.
,). 11. Lindley, living on route
four, 10 miles northwest of town,
drew the $75.00 buggy in the
buggy drawing at Rd Hockrday
& Co. hardware and implement
store last Saturday. Mr. Lind-
ley, who is a liberal hearted man
and believes that charity begins
at home, presented his daugh-
ters with the buggy.
Miss Stella Hamer, of St. Jos
eph, Mo., and Miss Sheila Mit-
chell, of Maysville, Mo., arrived
here Saturday for a six weeks
visit with their aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hamer.
Parties wanting blackberries
can have them for 5 cents per
quart by picking them and
boarding themselves. Phone 17-
lli, liural route 4.
■>w E. N. Jar vis.
Levi llerzberg and family and
Joe Sternberger were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. William Bugg, liv-
ing nine miles west of town,
When you want any insurance
or notary work done see J. L.
Mines in the First National Bank
1 uue l lis tlagdav. I A surprise party was given at the
rnesday, June „ . | ^ ^ ^ c R
A.C. Black was a county stat | ,ast Sum,ay iu hmu,r (lf ,|.e seven
visitor Monday. I ty third birthday of Maxwell ('.old-
Coopers is headquarters loi I .. . i„. y
harness ami collars.
inM. of Kokonio, Indiana, who
l visiting his son C. L. and family
Andy Ulinark was aKingtisher nri,SOIlt wt,rt. Mr. and Mrs
visitor between trains Monday. -
I Grant Smith and daughtes.
Mrs. C. C. Burger was a Wau-j ^;lry McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs
komis visitor th
Old suits made to look li
at Shoop's panatoriuni on
Howard Holden and Mi:
sie Smith, of Kingfisher
the guests of Dr. and Mrs
part of the 1 ian alHj children, Arthur McCarthy,
. Fred Dilen. Mr. and Mrs. Whaling,
v I Mr. and Mrs. Bruniley and children,
ke new „u. , —
South' Mr. and Mrs. Freeman and children
of near Lacey, and Mrs and Mrs. i
;s lies-1 Frazier and children. Mr. tioldingj
, were' was presented with many useful
'. Brad- and beautiful presents. The guests
I departed in the evening after spend
• , . ing a very enjoyable day, wishing
Mrs. W allace Sh.pton, of Ox- , n m(jre happy birlh
ford Junction, la., arrived heio j
Floyd E. Felt spent Sunday in j Ehler's Bij* Department
Kingfisher. Store last week purchased
Mrs. N. J. Dunlap went t j $5000 worth of merchandise
Dover yesterday to visit a lew | * lindley's Receiver Sale at
St. Joe, Missouri, at from 25
to !55 per cent discount from
I the regular price. These
goods with much of their own
mammoth stock they will
place on sale at great-
ly reduced prices, VV ednesday,
June 1.'. and continue sale
for two weeks. Hundley s
loss is your gain if you take
advantage of it.
lord .j uiicuuii,
last Friday for an extended visit (la>
....«l. 1\im* iloiurht.PI". M1 ^^
with her daughter, Mrs. C. E Myron Smith received a tele
Snra„uc gram Monday bearing the sad
' 1 , n , inteligenco of death of his son-
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dunlap I ^ L „. Snider of Clinton,
were the guests of the latter ^ Snider was county
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony |
Brox, living tive miles southwest
of town, the fore part of the
J. A. McFarlatid who purchas-
ed the Bash Bros. Bargain store
sometime ago has decided to
close out his business on account
of ill health. See his ad in this
superintendent of Custercounty.
Mrs. llattie Nelson left luesday
morning for Clinton to attend the
Old suits made to look like new
at Shoop's panatoriuni on South
A. Thurlow and son Earl, of
Marshall, were in town last Sat-
J. L Hines purchased a new
Ford auto from MiltStettler last
Mound City paints may cost a
trilie more, but- '. Long bell Lub.
Dr. Earl Elloit was in town the
tirst of the week.
T. W. Anderson, our popular
instructor in the high school, re-
ceived the degree of Batehlor of
Arts from the University at Enid
■ last week. He will study this
summer at the University toconi-
FOR S \LE—At about half ()k,u, t|ie course of M. A. degree,
price, a Conover Piano, cost new S|1|pton came up from
two years ago $350.00, in good okarchp Monday with W. O. Ar-
mautrout and returned home
Tuesday evening. While here In-
made a pleasant call at theCi.ii>-
A large number of lady friends pKu home.
of Mrs. Helen Haskin's gathered at poUND—A coat Decoration
her home Thursday, May 2(>th, and pay [ j.-j miles east and 1-- mile
celebrated her sixtieth birthday. | north t>£ town. Owner may have
The day was socially spent and all|(.()at by inquiring at the Cui'i'iou
I otlice and paying for this notice.
■ Stewart Sutton received a tele
rain Monday from his father at
.iillair Neb. stating that his
with her nephew I
Welch and family.
Mrs. E. Black arrived her
last week from Carthage, Mo
to visit a few weeks with her son,
A. C. Black and family.
In the call of the Hennessey ;
township meeting on the tirst page
an error appeared where il says.
June 12th. It should read June
Workmen have near!. complet-
ed the foundation for Levi
llerzberg's new residence which
he will have erected west of the
Mrs. W. W. Anderson left I
yesterday morning for Placios,
Texas, to spend two nionths visit- J
ing with her daughter Mrs. \V.
Iv Pratt and family.
The members of the Sunday-
school of the Congregational church
drove in hay racks and buggies to
the grove on Ben Thome's farm one
and a lia'f miles southeast of town
and spent the day picnicing. A
i large "feast" at noon was one of the
i main features. All who went re-
C. 11. Miller of Wichita, Kansas,
formerly editor of the Cliimm-.u,
writes usthathohasjust returned
home from Chamite, Kansas,
where lie attended the funeral
of his father, John Miller who
died there June li, in his H3 year.
Ille suffered a paralytic stroke
three vears ago, and had been
contin'cd to his bed - nionths.
I Mr. Miller was both a volunteer
' in the Mexican and Civil wars.
I lie had been a member of the M.
IK. church for 11 years and of
the Masonic order l"> years.
Mrs. Sue Lower, of the Dover
port a jolly time and a good days News
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order except a slight damage on
case. Can be seen at Nothstien s
store. R- u - w>'lie'
grandmother, died Sunday after-
present had a very enjoyable time
At noon a suniptous birthday din-1
was spread which, it is needless to
say, received ample justice. Mrs.'
birthday gifts. The following wenTno,in at two o'clock.
the guests present: Mesdames Inger W((rkin(J11 ,|avo b(>gan laying
soil. Wilson, Stoiiek.ng, Morris, Hat- fliundati(m [or the cottage
tie Nelson, C. Zini.nernian, John ( ( ^ rrlii,n(.Umi(1.tl)r
Bodwin, II Eagle, Dandson, Lane.
Dunlap, Johns, Achsa Henry, Fran-
We have a $*ood supply of
genuine McAlester Lump coal.
| Tht> miners strike is not entire-
ly settled vet and after our
supply is exausted it may be
some time before we can $et
more coal. Better buy now.
|$ STAR HILL & I: LI: VAT OR CO
ockmorton will erected
west of the Christain church.
A. Felt went to Kingti
.yesterday to hear the sneaeh of
15, Furgguson, ronnblican
candidate for governor,
(I to t In' nr.u'-th
r w rnt>
('j ■ •
is Bailey, and Misses Myrtle Rath-
burn, Ruth Henry, Reba Henry,
Dana Davidson, Hester Bailey, Iva
Bailey and Louis Rathburn
THE MILLION DOLLAR STOCK
OE THE HUNDLEY DRV GOODS CO.? ST. JOE? M(X
TWmion Dollars Worth offresh Seasonable
The Jones Dry QoodsCo. received theirf irst shipment oftliisstock and vvill open
Gigantic Receivers Scile, Tues., Jun
Continuing till $20,000 worth is sold. Walch Circulars for prices mdeta.l I
5 PEOPLE SELL G00DS I
JONES DRV GOODS CQ/ fP4/yVJ
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Sprague, G. E. The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 9, 1910, newspaper, June 9, 1910; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105712/m1/5/: accessed September 16, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.