The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 1, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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POUND—Eastern Star Souve- Mr. anil Mrs. Fred Eli lor enter
nir Spoon The owner of the tained a few of their bachelor girl
spoon can ha . same by cal'ing friends at an elegant five-course
ai this office, identifying spoon dinner lost Sunday stone o'clock
and paying for this advertise- Mr. Eli Km' ve.*y graciously did
ment. j the serving and was compliment
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Brewer ed very highly on his rare ability-
are rejoicing over the first visit along that line. A lcquiicmcnt
of the stork at their homo early j the dainty invitation cards was
Wednesday morning. Mt. Stork that eaoh guest tell s funny story
left a ten pound boy winch is the while at table and some amuse-
| cause of Deck's broad smile. ing tales were told, Mr. Ehler's
, ,, | toast to the bachelor girls being
rtette | j®
perhaps the best. 1 he guests
The only baking powder
made from Royal Crape
Cream of Tartar
No Alum, No Lime Phosphaie
Meistersingers Male Quar
second number of the llennes
I sey lyceum course, are noted for
! their beautiful singing. They
I will sing at, the Congregational
church Saturday night, L)ecj. !5.
| The management of the Farmers i
! Union Market House Co. wishes to Clarence Moore, of Dyer, Tenn.,
call you special attention to their j w_'"' 's v'sitin
i page display ad. on page eight in
this issue. It certainly will be
worth your while to read the things
thou roughly enjoyed the occasion
and pronounce Mr. and Mrs.
Ehler at the top as entertainers.
Miss Elsie Dunn gave a Some-
li Set party Monday night for
The best there is, at Rrewer's
Prank Buztrd was down from
Big cut price sale of trimmed
hats at Miss Caldwell's.
W. li. Blackburn, leading real '
estate man of the city.
Buy that, Xrnas gift at the ba- I
they propose to do.
Mrs. li. LI. Owens, who has
been ill at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Earl Dunlap, is able to be
up again. Slie went out to the
home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Br ox, west, of town,
Contractors and a force of
workmen ai i! here from the llli
nois Steel Bridge Co. and are
getting their material together
and hauling it to the Skeleton
Moore, at this place. An oyster
supper was served and a splendid
time was had by those present.
Wednesday night Miss Eva Daw-
son entertained in honor of Mr.
Moore and another enjoyable
evening was spent.
A cut price in millinery is an
unsual thing for Hennessey, but
Mi^s Caldwell, wishing to give
her customers the benefit of
cut piices when they can use the
goods is conducting the biggest
reduction sale 011 all trimmed
milline.'y over put on in this town
Mrs. Catherine Barber and
liazzel Dazzle Candy at llakes'
for 10c a pound.
II. M. Haven, of Enid, was a
visitor here Tuesday.
Sen W li Blackburn for in-
surance and farm loans
John Whitman was down from
Enid on bus'uess Tuesday
Glenn Davidson, of Enid, was
a guest of Mr. and Mrs John
Mr. and Mrs. li E. Watson en
tertuined Col. W. 11 Blackaby at
Mrs M. Jackson and daughter,
Miss Fay, spent Thanksgiving
with relatives in Waukomis.
Miss Calla Stewart was initi-
ated into the O. E. S. Wednesday
evening at a special meeting.
S. W. Van Duct'ii and family
took Thanksgiving dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. W. O Armantrout.
When you want any insurance
• >r notary work done see J. L
Hines m the First National Bank
Mrs. V. P. Munch came over
from Norman, Okla., Friday
evening for a few days' visit with
relatives and friends.
Mrs. M. M. Tate and daughter,
Mrs. Clifford Dead
Mr?. Mike Clifford died at the
family home twelve miles north-1
west of town Friday, November !
I'."). 1910, at the age of tifty-uine j
years, three months and ten
Mrs. Clifford's maiden name
was Anna Camidey. She was I
born in Claire county, Ireland,
in the year 1851, and was marri-
ed to Mike Clitford in the year]
To this union six children
were born, four of whom, with
her husband survive her. She
with her husband and family
came to Oklahoma twenty one
years ago and endured the hard
ships necessitated by a new
country opened to settlement,
thus forming many friendships
in the early days of lastiiu dura
tion, making her death a cause
of much sorrow to the com-
munity. Interment was made
in the Cimarron cemetery,
Pour room house with cave,
well and coal house, west (ith st.
P. 1* Munch
Buy Your Christmas
And you have the advantage of a
full stock to pick from. If you wait
like many do, untill the last day or
two before Christmas, the lines have
been picked over, and if you can't
find any thing to suit you there is
no time to order. We now
have a fine assortment of every
thing iu the jewelry line,and if you
will come in and select what you
want we will box it up and lay it
it away for you till Christmas.
Another tiling—if there is engrav-
ing to he done we will have time to
ilo you a nice piece of work.
II. 1). BREWER
HEADQUATERS FOR FINE XMAS
Remember—A jewelry store is the
easiest place to find a presentatthe
price you want to pay.
OPENING 01 OPERA
Leonard T. Merrill
Autuhorized agent for the
Saturday Evionini; Post and
zaar Saturday. Willing Workers | Crecic el€>;>n mil--s east and one-I sister, Miss Cynthia Vogle, re
Miss Lena Green, of Enid, half mile south of town where UurnedHhe first of the week from
visited Hennessey friends theufioy will erect, a ">G_foot span | a six months'trip throught the
latter part of last week. I steel bridge over the Skeleton
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Eads, of \ creek
Kingfisher, spent, 1 uf-day with; r^|i() r.n10j-(:ljnmont. given by
the liebekah lodge at the opera
Mr and Mrs. W. T. Parks.
Meistersingers Male Quartet
and Organ Chimes at Congrega-
tional church Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs W. T. Parks
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Eads at Greenwood Home iast
Miss Lois DaVaultand Sam H.
Bullis spent Thanksgiving with
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest More on
if in need of dent d work call
on Dr. A. P. Merrill the dentist,
Breese Building. Every Tues-
day in Dover.
Miss Elsie Smith returned to
Waukomis Saturday evening
after spending Thanksgiving
with Mr. and Mrs. John McGann
Rev. II. Attie Stone, Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Bullis, Miss Jessie
and Leo Binding were guests at
at the W. D. Cupps home Thanks that place to enable the people of
We will pay the highest mar-
ket prices for seed and lint cot-
t >n at the Farmers Union In-
dustrial Go's, cotton gin. Ceo
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ridenhour
and daughter, Miss Noia, of
Enid, visited with Mr. and Mrs.
D03 Taylor and other friends
here the latter part of last week.
i eastern states. They visited
I relatives at Dwight, Ivans., on
J the return trip.
Mr. and Mrs. E Igar Gant and
| children, of Walters, Okla , who
j were fhe guests of Mr. and Mrs.
! 1. N, Chrisman over Thanks-
giving, left for Stillwater Satur-
day for a short visit.
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
R A. Chochren and family
visited Monday at the C. 11.
Brewer home. They were en-
route to southwestern Arkansas
from Custer county, by wagon.
Mr and Mrs R C. Porter re-
turned to their home in Guthrie
Monday, after spending Thanks-
giving week withthe hitter's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Zeigler.
Our prices and qualities cor-
respond, we guarantee to please
that neighborhood, who cannot \ you, good goods, quick delivery and
house Monday evening was greet-
ed by a full house, the receipts
being about £53.00. Considering
the short time for practicing, the
sinallness of the stage for the
production of an entertainment
of its kind and all being ana.teurs,
the presentation was very g od.
Mis-. Effle Moore Patterson de
parted Monday morning for
Dodge City, Kens., to spend a
few weeks with her sister. Miss
Patterson lias been in the em-
ploy of Miss Caldwell i• i the
trimming room the past season,
and besides giving splendid sat-
isfaction in her work, lias made
numerous friends in Hennessey.
Rev J. R. Taylor went out to
the Mount Zion church north-
west of twon Sunday afternoon
and begin a series of meetings at
Miss Maggie, of Kingfisher, visit jTm.. ]jADI1.;s- Home Journal-
ed Mrs. G ''ace and Miss Winnie Wjl| ^eHver Post to vou at 5 cents
the first of tile week. ; ;l antj jiuj Journal twice a
Mrs. Ed Gould was at Kiny
fisher several days this week on
account of the illness of her son,
lialpli, who resides there.
Mrs, John Draper will do you
an elegant job of cleaning and
pressing, try her shop. First
door south Draper's barbershop
Mr. and Mrs. A P Parsell,
who have been residing on route
three, moved to Coyle, Okla , the
latter part of last week where
r.hey have r en red a farm.
The Rock Island southbound
passenger, No. !j5, which was
formerly due in Hennessey at
7:'6j p m , changed time Nov. 2C,
and now arrives at i •
Miss Caldwell wi
her great cut price
ale on all
month at lti cents per copy.
Yearly orders taken at $1 50
for either magazine. Send them
to your friends for Christmas.
Your order will be appreciated.
Telephone 50 or 57 and I will
call on you.
Good No. 1 seven room dwelling,
Barn. Cave, Cistern, $15 per month.
J. W. Humphreys
The second attraction of the
lvceum course is Meistersingers
Male Quarttete, which will bo
here Saturday night, Dec. if.
This quartette is very fine and
will be a treat to hear them.
Liberal allowance for old
machines in exchange for a Sing-
er, easy terms.
E. E. Farwei-l.
Salurday, Dec 3, llie Willing
Workers of the Chi istian church
will hold a bazaar and serve tfin
ner and supper to the public
Daughter of America
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Tuesday Dec. 13
stock is sold. Many beautiful
hats are there to select from.
A. V. Burrows and fa in i 1 v, T.
E Howard and family, Gr ndma
1'aylor and Mr and Mrs Thos.
Brewer and family spentThanks j the Munch & Cupps hardware
attended services elsewhere on
account of distance, to attend
there Rev Taylor returned
Tuesday evening leaving liev J.
T. Osborn, as.sot iational mission-
ary, in charge of the meetings
We will give one chance on a
$75.00 linggy with fiery $5.00 pay-
ment made at our store.
11). H0CK4DAY & CO.
all mistakes, if any, corrected.—C
Messrs. Pred Elder, Frank
Guinn, J. J. Beall and A. E.
Lane were legislature visitors at
Oklahoma City the first of the
John Corder, of llie Brewer at this place.
grocery store, is laid up this | Hundreds of feet of evergreen
I week with rheumatism. Lloyd j roping, Wisconsin spruce, Xraas
giving at the C. 11. Brewer home.
Mrs. Guss Lukehart returned
to her home at Pond Creek Sat-
urday, having been called to the
bedside of her brother, Win. A.
Wolcott, near Ames, several
Miss Marguerite Kathbun re-
turned to Enid Sunday evening
to resume her studies at the
business college after a few days
visit with relatives and friends
store Every tine is invited to
eat with them and inspect the
articles on sale.
We will qive one chance nn a
$75.00 buggy with every $5.00 pay-
ment made at our store.
LI). U01KADAY & CO.
COLORA DO SCENERY Water
Colors (genuine CROFT), calen-
,! dars or art panels, mount 4^x11,
In view of the overwhelming-
mass of evidence antagonistic to alum, -
it 19 recommended that its use in baUinjf powders
be prohibited by law.—United Slates Senate Committee heport.
The courts have decided that the
following is the law as applied to
I Subscribers who do not give
express notit • to the contrary are
considered as wishing to renew
2. If sul scribers order the dis-
continuance of their periodicals, the
publisher may continue to send
tlietn until all arrearages are paid.
a. If subscribers neglect or re-
fuse to take their periodicals from
the postoffice to which they are di-
rected they are responsible until
they have settled their hills and
ordered them discontinued.
4. If subscribers move to other
places, without informing the pub-
lishers, and the papers are sent to
the former address, they are re-
5. The courts have decided that
refusing to take periodicals from
the office or removing and leaving
them uncalled for, the prima facie
evidence of fraud.
(!. If subscribers pay in advance
o R EAM
Ma ds from Grspes
Approved by physicians and £ood
oliicials, IjoUi State and National.
Awarded highest honors by the
great World's Expositions, and
) proved of superior strength
and purity toy the ,
official tests. Jxj, <
_ Brewer is taking his place at the fees by the dozens and plenty of
store, genuine holly for everybody will
Q 11 Ralstin and daughters, be found a few days before Xmas
Misses Hess and Helen spent at Hakes grocery.
Thanksgiving at the Robert Brit-I Mrs. J. E. Titus returned to
tain home in Waukomis. j her home at Nojth Enid Sunday
Mr and Mrs R. D Brewer; evening, after having spent
returned from a two weeks'visit Thanksgiving with her brother,
with their daughter at Ch:cka- ; -John Gorrell, and family, south-
sha Saturday. east of town.
Mr. and Mrs G W. Wray and Mrs. Hasty returned from
little daughter, of El Reno, spent Enid Sunday evening where she
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. had spent several days at the
Oscar Cave. home of her son, George, on the
Mrs: John Anglin and Miss account of the serious illness of
Ollio Wilderman, of Dover, were l,er liule grandson
shoppers from Dover Tuesday. Strayed or Stolen--A white
Dave Brewer returned Mon- i bird dog with brownish spots
day from Caddo county, where t(,x ""tuber « collar
he has spent the past twolnont lis [Somewhat lane n • 1-ht |fo„t.
... ,,, , A liberal reward will be paid
Eat with the Willing Workers ,, ,
, ,, for return of dog —G. W Harris.
Saturday in Munch & Cupps j
hardware store. c ■ Kll"des cam" in fr,,m
,, , x, n it d . north Wednesday sp ■ d
Mr. and Mrs C II Brewer
, , . , , . . Thanksgiving with ho ne folks,
had a very sick oaby the first of ^ ^ SKturdai Lml„ k(mk.
tlir utek, Ark, and he will *pend a month
.lames Black, of Fairmont, was m, sjy W(Mks a, ,, ,., ,„l(1 in
a Hennessey visitor Friday that vicinity
Eight bars good soap f .r 25c Mrs Cttthrine Khler and son,
j at Hakes' grocery. Harry entertained Mr. and Mrs.
Meistersingers Male Quartette Wiggnns, of Oklahoma
i Saturday night City, M r. and Mis Fred Ehler,
I John D-.lTy was an Enid visitor M r and Mrs .1 > E d> r and Mr.
I Saturday. and Mrs L- w Herget at dinner
\V. Ii. Blackbu rn, notary public. Thanksgiving.
iisc; three for $1 .(«> piepaid. tjley are i,0UI1(j tt> giVe notiCe at the
Other sizes; list for stamp. That | ;
exquisite creation, "Colorado (' d l)f lllt' tml(; lf ^ey do not wish
MADONNA," water colors, 7x9, to continue taking it, otherwise the
75c; 8x10, $1.00. Money back if | publisher is authorized to send it
dissatisfied. Agent wanted j an(j the subscriber will be responsi-
H. E. GARDNER & Co. hie until an express notice with
<11 E I'latte, Colo. Spi itigs, o . ( paymeht ()f a]j arrearajies js sent to
I the publisher.
i The latest postal laws are such
! that newspaper publishers can ar-
50 Head of Milk cows, 100 jrest <mc for lrail(1 vvll( takes a PaPsr
head of Stock hogs. At the ; and refuse to pay for it. Under this
Blue Front Dairy Barn, first
square west of First Nat'I.
* HELMICK & WEAYER
Dealers in all kinds of live
stock. Hennessey, Okla.
All subscribers to th^ Clipper
who owe subscription by note
are requested to please call
and Settle same. All subscri-
bers who were to receive a
premium can have same by
calling at our office at any
time. Those who live at a
distance and will not be able
to call at our office will receive
their premiums by mail on
notice from them to this office
SPRAGUE PRINTING CO.
Publishers of the Clipper
North Main Phone 88
law the man who allows his sub-
scription to run along for some time
unpaid and then orders it discon-
tinued or orders the postmaster to
mark it "refused" and have a post
card sent notifying the publisher,
leaves himself liable to arrest and
fine, the same as for theft.
Get that cleaning and pressing
done at Mrs. John Drapers, first
Joor s mill Draper's bur 1 ershop.
WHEN YOUR HEAD ACHES
A great deal, it is very apt to be
on account of your eyes. A large
per cent of the headaches can be
stopped by having your eyes fit-
ted with the proper glasses. If
you are troubled this way or have
poor vision, let us make a free
test, of your eyes. We have
modern instruments for flitting,
also a large stock of optical sup-
plies, and can give you quick and
correct service. Work guaranteed.
H. D. BREWER,
Jeweler and Optician.
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Sprague, G. E. The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 1, 1910, newspaper, December 1, 1910; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105737/m1/5/: accessed October 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.