The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 8, 1912 Page: 5 of 8
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NEWS AS TOLD TO US
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Plenty of money to loan on
j farm land.—J. L. Hines.
at; Bed Rust proof Texas Seed
i Oats for sale at the Hennessey
has lioiier Mills.
Pore Sale oh Trade—Set of
good Carpenter tools and chest
j See Dr Rector.
r set i Mrs O'Connor and sons were
I down from Finid Tuesday on ac-
count, of the serious illness of
[ Car of seed potatoes at the
Farmers' Store about Feb. 12
Special prices made to persons
buying from the car.
Mrs. VI, P. Brown returned
night from a week's
visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Mellie Barnes, near Lovell.
Plymuth Rock cockerels for
A.'sale at the Hennessey Roller
Mills at $1.00 each and when you
buy your rooster buy a sack of
Favorite tlour at wholesale price.
I' i11, which Sunday
The Boy Scout club met in
their semi-monthly inciting on
Tuesday evening m the howe of
Mr. and Mrs, Wyhe. The even-
ing was spent Willi games and
instructions given in ooy smut
ing by the leader, Miss Nellie
Liddle. Several ol the boys
were pronounced lull Hedged
tenderfeet, which is the lirst
stage on bey scouting. Refresh
wents were served. The club
song "In the Good OKI United
States," being sung, the boys
departed, wishing that the\
might be permitted to return at
some future time lo the home of;
Mr. and Mrs. Wylie.
Ten barrel onion sets at the
Mrs. A. J. Fisher received
telegram Tin sda.v announcing
the death of her sister, Mrs. C
E. Burress, at Los Angeles, Cal .
As Mrs. Fisher's mother, Mrs. ■
A. R Harrover, was very ill at !
her home at Pond Cieeu Mis
Fisher was unable to attend the
funeral of her sister. Owing to
Mrs. Harrover s .serious condi- I
lion it was thought best not lo
tell her of tier daughter's death, j
However, Mrs. Harrover was re
ported to be belter this morning.
Mrs. Fisher, who lias also be eli
111, will leave for Pond Creek to
morrow evening if able to g > i
l'w i good town properties to
trade for farm.—J. L. tllM.s.
Rev. C. H McDermond will
leave today for Osage, Okla,
where lie has accepted the pas-
torship of the Methodist church.
Rev. McDermond will no doubt
spend several strenuous months
at the beginning as the building
of a new church and raising
funds therefor is the ti i s t thing
to be done, but his experience in
that line will be of great value to
him in this work. Mrs McDer-
mond will follow later.
McAlester coal sold at the old
Dutf Wood Yard, H L Miles.
Fiancis Willard Day will lie
observed with services at the
Congregational church instead
of at the M. E church as stated
in these columns last week. The
ladies of the VV. C T U. will have
charge of these services and
will take place Sunday
noon, February 25.
is invited to attend.
headache, biliousness, in-
pimples, blotches, yellow
complexion, etc., are all
signs of poisons in your
blood. These poisons
should be driven out, or
serious illness may result
To get rid of them, use
the old, reliable, purely
vegetable, liver medicine.
Mrs. J. H. Easier, of
Spartanburg, S. C., says:
" 1 had sick headache, for
years. 1 felt bad most of
the time, 1 tried Thed-
ford's. Black-Draught, and
now 1 feel better than
when I was 16 years old."
Your druggist sells it, in
25 cent packages.
'nrist on Thedford's
On account or the inclem-
ency of weather it was impos- r dUUS W 311160:
sible to sell the remainder of Residence. 4 rooms, 2 lota, 1500
the Goodwin Stock last Satur- '8 SLuJJ?,2500. for small., mi-
day, but it will be closed out dence. Balance 10 yrs time, 7 per ct
on Saturday, February 10 f?0llel 40'hor9e 5 passer
Tl • .... . . j auto, fully equipped and cash (or 80
1 here is still remaining several farm. Price must be fair one.
i j , . ' • - ■ - Two nice residences and ca h for
good farm priced fairly. HUriVf
hundred pair of shoes which
you will find good values.
Also oilier good and depend-
able merchandise that you will
be able to buy at your own
figures. Remember this will
be your last chance at the
Goodwin Stock. Everything
will go Saturday—Remember
the date, Saturday, Feb. 10.
Buy merchandise at your fig-
ures at the Auction sale, Satur
Huy your Hour and feed at tin
Hennessey Roller Mills and save
Irom live to twenty cents per
Mr?. Joe Renshaw returned
, to Fairview Monday after spend
■ ing a few days here with hei
Miss \da Evans, of Crescent,
came over Saturday night for a
few weeks' visit with her grand
mother, Mrs M. F. Brown, and
Mrs. J. 0 Henry returned
after- Saturday evening from Enid
Everybody j where she had spent several
days the guest of her daughter
I. A. Van Scyoe. will leave Mon lull's, lliomas Tittle.
day for San Diego, Cal , wher.- ! Spring time is almost here,
he has taken n position with j We are prepared for it wiih an
Chas Loewenstein in the furni immense supply of garden seeds
of every kind and best varieties
at the Farmers' Store.
At early candel light come one,
come all, to see ye pictures and
ture business. Mr Van Scyoc
will stop in Los Angeles for a
several days' visit en route. M rs.
Van Scyoc will join him in Cali-
fornia about the first of March.
—Enid Eagle. I A Van Scyoc
is the son S. A. Van Bcvocof
is ine sun
If you appreciate good, honest' Hennessey.
made food, refuse others they ! AuPtion Sale of the Goodwin
say is "just as good" and insist stock starts promptly at 1 p. m.
on having THE ALTON GOODS. | Saturday.
•M 4* .1* ir4"4*4*-f-4-+*4*8*+ & 4-4- *2*-i*I- 4* ij* iS*
Cash Store I
• Prakes Cash Store grocery qualities are rapidly
becoming well known. Frequently the comments,
'Always fresh," "A little better for the money," and
"'Oney seems to go farther here'' are heard. This
.. encouraging as when we are doing all in our power
to ' ive each and every customer value received in
:.;!cs in freshness, low prices and good quality
gratified to know that our efforts are appreciat-
J we believe they have been appreciated by many.
lo show that we value this appreciation we
have placed an order for five dozen more
of t^ose splendid roasters which we will
2ive away with every $15 worth of goods.
We will not promise that, these roasters will
last ion*, so secure yours early.
We a: : here for business and our prices are as low as the lowest.
We v.;': . rnpete with any body at any time in prices and at the
sanv '.ime guarantee our groceries to be of the freshest and best
that e be bought.
hear ye stories of Washington
aiid his times. On day after his
birthday, Friday, Feb. 23, at ye
home of A. VV. Westlake.
LOST—Linen handbag em-
broidered in black, containing
two pair glasses, purse with
small change and other articles.
Finder leave at P. A. Dinkler's
drug store and receive reward.
Now is the time to think about
j buying a Cream Separator. The
Delaval is the best you know
it, and Everybody knows it, so
why not buy it. Sold by G. W
In the Cash sale adv. on page
eight of this issue an error oc-
cured in the list of feed stuff. It
should read 100 bushels of corn
and some katir in head, instead
of 100 bushels katir corn in head.
The dinner given by the Oak
View Ladies' Aid in town Tues
day was well attended. The
ladies are certainly there with
the goods when it comes to serv-
ing g-ood dinners. They cleared
something like $fl 00.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ehler en-
tertained th# Ehler family at
I o'clock dinner Sunday in honor
of George Ehler. of Dayton, O.,
| who has been visiting here the
past few weeks. Mr. Ehler re
turned to Dayton Monday.
Howard Leddy, mail carrier
on route four is taking his va
cation. He left for El Reno
Tuesday evening and will visit
several other points before his
return Dan Dauner is substi-
tuting during Howard's absence
David Gayer, formerly of this
vicinity but now of Terlton, Okla.,
Beat seed potatoes at i.lie
Mrs. Priscilla llart, ol Oiiia
homa City, is visiting in the city.
I ARM LOANS—lowest raten. See
F. G. Tiernay, at The Clipper Oflice
Foil Salk—Rhode Island Red
Cockerels 50c and 75<:—E. E Far-
\\ anted—Stock to food on
roughness, uound kalir for sale.
—J. T. Shover, phone No 2301.
L'sters! Listers! Yes we've got
them, the J. 1. Case, none better,
sold by G. W. Woolsey.
I" ou Salk on 1 kadi;—j-jampson
Windmill. J V, Johnson, 2 miles
east and 2 sou ill of Oak View
Dr. Roland Woolwiue is here
lrom Hutlalo, Okla , visiting his
brother, Dr. Roy. V. He states
that the new railroad through
Harper county will cross his
Mr. E. Haesener, baritone, and
Mr. R. Dyksterhuis, violinist,
will give a recital here on Mon
day, February 19th, at the opera
house. Do not fail to hear these
Mrs. Lizzie Siedl is very low
at a hospital in Oklahoma. City,
where she uuderwest an opeia
lion for appendicitis Monday.
Her condition in critical and ro
For sale 4 Short Horn regis-
tered bull calves, read) for ser
vice in the spring. They are
are good individuals. Call un R.
H. Grimes at the Hennessey Rol-
ler Mills for prices.
^ George H. Laing came u p from
Kingfisher Tuesday toatt end the
funeral of Ed. Fisher. While
here he called on a number of
his old friends. Mr. Laing is
always a welcome visitor in Hen-
Prof. J. .1. LaValif v received a.I
letter this week frovu an old 1
comrade of the civil war who he
had not seen since 186(5. . He is [
John /j. Draper, of Des Moines,
Iowa, and writes ho is well and
SEED POTATOES—Our fin a
seed potatoes will be here about,
Feb. 11'—a car load. We wi
make especially low prices to
those taking these potatoes from
tht; car. These are best variety
—The Farmers Store.
Mr, John Wogan is lying at
the point of death at the home of
his son, Chas Wogan, with no
hopes for his recovery. His
daughters, Miss Katliryn, of
Kansas City, and Miss Nelle, of
St. Joe, are at his bedside.
Grandma Guest returned Sat-
urday from P.eeding, where she
lias spent the past four weeks
with her son, G. A, Guest
Grandma is looking quite hale
and hearty again after her illness
of the early par', of the winter.
Well improved tarm to exchange.
tvlHOO. Want residence! a little c£sh
and 1800 four years time. Bargain-
Section line Texas land for equity
in good farm near here.
MONEY TO LOAN on farms aud
business property. Lowest rate*.
F. G. Tiernay, Hennessey, Ok.
At CLIPPER OFFICE North Maiu
Card of ThtnKi
There is a great difference be-
tween the program presented by
the Gregory Brothers Quartette
and the ordinary quartette pro-
gram. Many new quartette
songs will bu presented by the
Gregory brothers, and the intro
duction of their comedy sketch
of college life into areg lar quar
tette program, adds a novelty to
V 1^ 111 i UJ "UU nun wi JtJ I liUII, Cnlo,, I OlMlUll i% IJMVIJII V fcO
-jpent a couple of days here with , t!le'r work. In the short sketch
his nephew, Robert Gayer, thf
jik ; first of the week. Mr. Gayer is
i ! conducting a general store at his
" j new location and reports busi
y | ness quite good,
Undor tho new management
j the Electric Theatre has shown
FLAKES' CASH STORE
Oppoi te the farmers Store Hennessey, Okla.
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decided improvement. It is
open every night with a com-
plete change of pictures. The
service Is now Just as good as in
any of the larger cities and a
pleasant evening is the result of
a visit to this splendid theatre.
The best is what you want in
garden seed. You'll find them
at the Farmers' Store.
they give many of ihe popular
airs of the big colleges. No set-
ting Is more enjoyable th in a
college scene and the introduc-
tion of the prettiest college airs
makes the scene stronger The
facinatinj; atmosphere of colli
life compels intense in'e.est
through the entire sketch
You've never heard anything just
like this program. Atthe Opera
House, Saturday, Feb. 10
See W. R. Blackburn for farm
ONION SETS—10 barrels dif-
ferent varieties ef onion sets at
the Farmers' Store.
We wish to thank our fri««d*
nd ii, isrhiiors for the in .mv V-ts
• i km .ue t.-s and w . i fi ,i. . ii.•
palliy tendered us during the
illness and death of our beloved
husband and father.
Mks. E, Fis he it.
A. J. Fish Kit.
J A. Fish eh.
Mits. M. E. La whence.
Mus. J. A. Hakkovek.
Miss Ida Fish eh.
Association to Plat Another Acre
At a meeting of tho Cemetery
Association Tuesday uightagen
oral discussion was held as to
ways and means of raising moDey
to carry on the work beguij by
ibis association throughout the
summer, it was decided to have
tho new acre, purchased from
Huntsberger last summer, pit-
ted and the lots placed on sale
about April 1st. The fact that
nearly all the desirable lots in
I lie old cemetery have been sold,
makes this uecessary.
According to the statutes of
our state all lot owners in the
cemetery are members of the
cemetery association, whether
they have signified their inU>n
lion of becoming such or not.
Fiich lot owner should pay tbeir
$1.00 per dues for the suppd'rtof
thai .ot the same as they pay
the taxes on their homesteads.
This is tiut a small feeand within
the re,tell of every mau, woman
and child who has a dear -one
buried in that cemetery, and they
should feel it not only their duty
but a privilege to help make the
la.*! resting of their departed
relatives and friends a place of
Remember that $1.00 a year is
the dues and it makes no differ*
ence whether you paid that one
dollar in June, September or I)e-
ecmber, of 1911, that you u««
$1.00 on the year 1912, and this
should bo paid at any time from
January to April 15. This gives
the association money with
which to go ahead and make the
It was resolved to make a list
of all lots and lot owners of the
Hennessey cemetery and publish
same about April 15th, showing
those who have paid their dues
, >iin same and those who are de-
linquent for the year 1912. That
God's ' half-acre" may show a
t- '.ear rocord, we urge you to ^jay
v, ur taxes, in other word*, your
u u i ",.
-j here are some people wh^ise
hear ''s a, H 111 l'10 r|ght place who
-no to the assistance uf
the oflice.*8 of tl3's association
and by th q'r hberal donation's
have made p. ^"'b'e the improve-
ments ti nit ha\ 'e been made *
1 the past year. V ,"
The tr easurer r
at the meeting Tl ^-*day night,
showing #107.00 in ti trearfut/.
On motion the officers were J?r'
dered to pay ihe Hui Merger
note of 00, the balanc * Aae on
the $150,00 paid for the o. V
tract of land added to the
side of t lie cemetery. This
leave a I lalance in the treai
ol $32.00 with which to pay as
ton and meet other necess* 7
expenses. The secretary
ordered to send statements to
all who have Durchased lots ar>d
have not piud for same, AIro to
send statements to all delinquent
lot owners who have not paid
their 1912 dues by April 1,
These officers are serving you
with their time and labor with-
out ny compensation, arnu a
f <>m .\o,ir lethargic sleep and
hole b in io care for the home
of your dead.
On motion the president, Mrs.
W. W Parks, was ordered to
hire >i sexton to bejrin work at
oi ee ai (1 till in sink ng graves,
and remove surplus dirt.
Sealed bids will be received at
any ,;me within the next tea,
dnvx for a sexton. Addrps#!
these to M rs. W. W. Parka. :•'
Ankettk B :
Follow the crowds to the Auftj
tion sale of The Goodwin Stock,
Sa^Mrday, FVbru ry, ft
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