The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 10, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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The only baking powder
made from Royal Grape
Oream of Tartar
No Alum, No Lima Phosphate
NEWS OF THE VICINITY
Best chili at Palace of Sweets.
E.d Ingram was a Hennessey
VV. R. Blackburn spent Mon-
day in Kingfisher.
Newest hair goods at Miss
Caldwell s millinery store.
M r. and Mrs. Thresher of Barr,
were shopping in Hennessey
Lee M. Gray and A. E. Lane
were Oklahoma City visitors
Milt Brown, of Hinton, Okla.,
called on Hennersey friends last
Harry Neal and Chas. Throck
morton. Sr, were Kingfisher
visitors last Friday.
Mrs. Jackson can show you
that pretty new hat you're look-
ing for, and it will suit you, too.
Mrs. Cathrine McCarty, who
iias been visiting at Raton, N. M.,
for the past three months, is ex
pected home this week.
Big Cut Price Sale on all trim-
med millinery at Miss Caldwell's
commencing Saturday, Novem-
ber 12, and lasting ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. T W. Holmes,
Mr. and Mrs. E B. Holmes and
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Berry from
the country, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. George Homes Sunday.
Mrs. K. B. Hawks, returned to
her home at Liberal, Kans., Mon-
day evening after a few days'
visit with her daughter and son,
Mr° Vern Munch and S. A.
The Kensington club which was '
entertained very delightfully by j
Mrs. W. L Hamer last meeting, !
a mention of which was omitted 'f
by accident in last weeks issue, ■
meets with Mrs. Hanna on East!
Oklahoma avenue this afternoon.,
Mrs. Ada Draper lias just re-!
ceived a special receipt with J
which she guarantees to clean j
rusches, plumes, kid gloves,
laces, silks, velvets, etc , to look
a« good as new. Give her a trial.
She will also clean and retrim
your old hat in a most satisfac-
The musical given for the bene
tit of the cemetery fund last Fri-
day night at the M. E. church,
by Mrs. T. W. Anderson's pupils
assisted by Bruinley's orchestra,
was excellent. The receipts
were ^27.40, and the expeuses
were light owing to the fact that
Mrs. Anderson very graciously
donated her time in instructing
her pupils for the occasion, and
also Prof. Brumley made no
charges. The church trustees
gave the use of the church and
the little girls assisted by selling
the tickets. The cemetery com-
mittee as well as those who at-
tended are well pleased with the
Deldagoes celebrated condens-
ed chili on sale at the Palace of
Sweets. Try it, the best made.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zaring and
son, of Wellington, who have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Miller for the past three weeks
have returned home. Mr. Zar-
ing and son going by wagon Fri-
day and Mrs. Zaring, who was
ill, leaving Monday with her
daughter, Miss Margret, who
came down from Wellington Sun-
day evening to accompany her
mother home. Mr. and Mrs.
Zaring are parents of Mrs. Mil-
ler, who moved here recently.
One of the most interesting
performers at the carnival here
is the East India juggler and for-
tune teller, Madame Zomogo.
Her tricks of poping corn, pro-
ducing gallons of water from the
air, answering sealed questions
and other tricks are very cleverly
done and are certainly a drawing
card to our townspeople.
In order to give the people the
benefit of the reduced price at a
time they can use the goods, Miss
Caldwell will make a great re-
duction in prices on all trimmed
millinery for ten days, commenc-
ing Saturday, Nov. 12. You all
know the beauty and elegance of
her stock, now is your chance.
Hendrix C. Jenner and Miss
Chloe E. Sheel", of Hennessey,
were married at the conrt house
Wednesday afternoon, Novem
ber 2, the bride's mother, Mrs.
G. E. Sheely accompained them
and witnessed the ceremony.—
Mrs. Minta Jackson, Mrs.
Wm. Dunn, Ira Cashion, lie v.
Taylor and John Thompson were
selected as delegates from the
Baptist church here to attend
the Baptist State convention at
Enid November 15-17.
Mrs. Joseph Harmanand baby
of Cashion, visited with her
mother, Mrs. Sommers, the lat-
ter part of last week.
'I he dinner and supper given
by the Baptist ladies Saturday
proved a success, the receipts
were J 55.05.
Best cook, best service, best
short orders in town at Palace of
Sweets, west side Main street.
Mrs. Elsie Keeler and Miss
Ruby Young visited at the J. D.
Jones home west of town Sunday.
Mound City Paints may cost rc
trifle more, but!- Long-Bell
Tests show Dr. Price's
Baking Powder to be most
KSv efficient in strength, of highest JJJ
purify and healthtnlness
No Alum, No Phosphate of Lime
Andy Ulmark was a Kingfisher
Sweet potatoes that were dug be
fore frost at Brewers.
Prof. Wm.. Z. Smith went to
Alva to vote Tuesday.
Fresh Oysters served in any
style at Palace of Sweets.
Mrs. Jackson carries every-
hiug desirable in millinery.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Herzberg
visited relatived in Enid Tuesday.
Miss Caldwell's Big Cut Price
Sale of high grade millinery com-
mences Saturday, Nov. 12.
Clarence Elliott was over from
Cherokee the first of the week
spending a few days with home
Miss Eflie Moore Patterson
and Miss Flora Felt were Enid
visitors Saturday night between
Mrs. I. N. Chrisman and little
daughter spent Friday night in
Enid with her mother, Mrs.O.
When you want any insurance
or notary work done see J. L.
Hines in the First National Bank
J.J. La Valley is agent for U.
S. Phonograph, the finest ma-
chine ever brought to this city.
Call in and see it.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hart re
turned home Saturday evening
after a pleasant visit of five weeks
in Illinois and Ohio.
For Rent—I will rent my
d welling at a reasonale rate. Two
blocks east of Christian church.
Miss Alberta Renshaw went
to Oklahoma City Sunday to
spent a few weeks visiting her
sister, Mrs. Lee Dalton.
Why not buy the best in cigars
and tobacco at the same price as
the inferior grades. The Palace
of Sweets carries the best.
A number of the members of
the O. E. S. are planing to visit
that order at Kingfisher Wednes-
day night and put on floor work.
Miss Ada Evans came over
from Guthrie the latter part of
last week to make her home with
her grandmother, Mrs. M. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Flick, of Mem
phis, Mo, arrived last Thursday
and will make their home here
for the present with their cousin,
J J. Flick.
J. J. La Valley has greatly im-
proved the appearance of his
residence by raising it and put
ting in a cement foundatiun and
ad Jing a new porch.
Mrs. C. Zimmerman leaves
this week for Sedan, Onlahoroa,
to spend the winter with her
sons much to the regret of her
many friends here.
We will pay the highest mar-
ket prices for seed and lint cot-
ton at the Farmers Union In-
dustrial Co's. cotton gin. Geo
Re". Harper of, Oklahoma City,
and Rev. Simins, of Enid, were
entertained at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Snyder while in
our city Monday evening.
W. W. Moles returned from I
Claremore Tuesday evening, j
where he lias been taking the
mineral water baths for rheumat
ism for several weeks. He is
The time lost, the trouble and
worry out weigh many times
over the difference in the cost
between the "cheap" machine
and the singer.
E. E. Farwell,
J. W. Eadin, of Kingfisher,
has bought the Young property
south of the New State hotel and
is expecting to move here this
week. Mr. Eakin is a brother-
in-law of J, J. FJick.
Try a delicious home-made pie
at Palace of Sweets, west side.
Ben Cook is preparing for the
erection of a $3,000 residence on
his farm just northeart of town.
The house will consist of ten
rooms and basement for furnace
and will be modern throughout.
This will be one of the hand '
aomest homes in the county.
t M. Barnum
The fenc? Man
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Accounts of firms and individuals invited
Hennessey, oMa. | ^rners and Merchants Bank
Phone 2401 U. f. | . \o. (i ()| Hennessey, Okla. The Oldest Bank in Kingfisher County
(iet My Prices Oo
And Hois D'Arc Posts 5
I Can Save You Money
18111 We want your business and assure courteous
treatment to all. Make our hank your bank
!■: I; j'ockrell, President F|oy(1 E Fek Cashier
/v U West lake, Vice-President Chas. K. Stetler, Ass't Cashier
Guaranteed to give satisfaction
and blister without pain or your
money refunded. For sale In .ill
Cfike in the
Rear o t the
al Bank Bldg
We handle only the old reliabh
makes that have stood many
years. We can sell you the kind
of watch you want as low as you
can buy it anywhere.
H. I). BREWER,
Jeweler and Optician.
17 e Appreci-
ate and Solicit
J. L. HINES
OFFICE PHONE NO. 31
ake your job printing to the Clipper to get it neatly printed.
Just at the time you need them. The largest $
assortment to select from the kind that wear.
We can fit you and your purse at the same time.
Good grade Brown Cordory, special
Heavier grade dark brown Corduroy, special
Pine weave tan color, special
Heavy Olive color Corduroys, special
See the special v«* ues this week in mens Corduroy suits,
colors drab, brown, black or mixed colors, - $7.98
Corduroy coats good quality, each - - $3.50
Extra heavy better Corduroy at - - - $4.00
Leather reversible Corduroy coats, at - $6.50
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS
A Fine grade wool flannel shirts
A heavier all wool blue flannel shitts
Heavy all wool blue flannel shirts
Just received a carload of Michigan salt. The salt that
is all salt. Do not use any other kind to dry cure your
meat. Special prices now.
BIG RACKET STORE
¥ CASHION BROS. Props. Hennessey, Okla. *
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