The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1912 Page: 5 of 8
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Absolutely has no substitute
Many mixtures are offered as
substitutes for Royal. No other
baking powder is the same in ®
composition or effectiveness, or
so wholesome and economical,
nor will make such fine food.
& Royal is the only Baking Powder made
from Royal Qrape Cream of Tartar
NEWS AS TOLD TO US
Fori Sale—S. C. White leg
horn eggs, 15 for $1 or 100 for £).
—C. T. McKeever.
E. B. Weatherly and wife and
Dr. Freld and wife spent last
Buy Hour at Hennessey Roller
Mills Favorite $1.25, Bell $1.20
and choice §1.10 per sack.
Frank Noll spent last week in i Sunday with Dr. Rector.
Kingfisher on business. j Tomato Catsup made from
Plenty of money to loan on I whole, red ripe tomatoes, vine-
farmland—J. L. Hines. f jgar, salt, sugar, spice and onions
If its a good broom you want
you will find it at Hakes.
at Hakes Grocery.
Fob Rent—3 room house with
For Sale—ItfdianRunner duck'cellar cistern, bearing orchard
egg, 15 for 50'-,Mrs B.F.Stimmel.l an<^ big garden. Enquire at
Frank G. Tiernay returned at Smoke House-
Sunday from eastern Oklahoma; Prof. W. A. Brandenburg City
and northern Texas. j Superintendent of Public chools
When you leave your order for in Oklahoma City was here on
groceries at llalies include a jar
of Peanut Butler.
Mrs. Rising of Kingfisher, vis-
ited at W. J. Baines and M. M.
Miller's home Sunday
You can get a setting of Black
business last Friday.
Our Harness department is
complete. We sure have soyie
bargains in harness. See them
at Woolsey's store.
Mrs. A. B Payne and daugh-
, . ._, „ Iter, Beaulah, returned to Enid
i phington Eggs for $1.00 at after a, two weeks visit on their
Perry Mathews. I farm in the Union neighborhood.
If in need of dental work call
on Dr. A. F. Merrill, the dentist.
j Hivese buiklii'!' Every Tues-
day at Di. er
Blue v. ;t wi!lnot blue clothes
THE ALTON liOODS Concen j
jtratcd Bluing will. Try rt. 8c |
1 and 10c at all growers.
ML-.se> Gert'u? and Eftiie West,
| of Goodland, Kansas, are visiting
their nncle, C I'. Fisher and
family, and other relatives in
I this vicinity.
Miss Beulah Payne will organ-
| ize a music cluss—piano and vio-
lin. Those wishing to take
music phone 3419 or call up the
Joe Fee returned home Satur-
day from a business trip to
Vinita, Oklahoma. He purchas-
ed a section of land five miles
west of Vinita.
M. I, Turner, Geo. W. Piersol,
Win. Zimmerman and R. J.
Edwards, bond buyers of Okla-
j hoina City were here lastThurs-
■ day on business.
We handle the best line of gas
and oil cook stoves on the mar
j ket. Quick meal Gas Ranges;
Oil Ranges and Oil Juniors on
exhibition at G. W. Woolsey's
Mns Doris McKinzie left Fri-
day morning for an extended
visit with relatives near Colum-
bia, Mo. She was accompanied
as far as El Reno by Mrs. J. J.
Mr and Mrs M, M. Tate and
daughter, Miss Maygie, of Okla-
j liotna City, were visiting frirnds
here Sunday and looking over
| the damage done on their farm'
i south of town by the storm.
A large number of people from j
Kingfisher, Dover, Bison, Enid,
j Waukomis and the surrounding
| country thronged our streets
; last Sunday and Monday viewing
, the wreckage of Saturday's cy
A CLEAN-UP SALE
On Misses Dresses
In order to close out all our Children's Dresses we have
made some attractive prices on the entire line. Come in
and see how much time and labor you can save hy buying
ready made dresses for the little misses.
One lot of Misses Dresses, 4 to 10 years, Special at
One lot of misses Dresses, $1.50 and $1.65 grade, at
One lot of fine percale dresses, special at ...
Ladies' house dresses full cut, nicely trimmed with good braid
We are sole agents for the MUNSINC
UNDERWEAR, the perfect fitting kind,
in both Men's and Ladies' garments.
Ladies' Vests, 10c each or 3 for 25c
Comfy Fit Vests 15c each or. .... 2 for 25c
billies' extra size, each,. 15c, 20c, 25c and 35c
Ladies' Mtinsing Uuion Suits, per suit,
50c, 75c and #1.00
Men's Shirts and Drawers, fancy weave, each 25c
Men's fine ribbed Shirts and Drawers, are
selling at each 35c to 50c
Men's Union Suits, per suit _ _ _ .. .75c and #1.00
Ladies' White Waists
We have about 5 dozen Ladies' White
Waists to close out at bargain prices.
Some of these have been slightly soiled
by handling but the low prices we have
made on them amply rewards the pur-
chasers Prices from
98c, $1.25, to $1.48
Also let us show you the beautiful Sum-
mer Silk Waists which have just arrived.
Priced at $1.98, $2.50 and $4.95 each.
Our Shoe Department now offers the
very best to be had at the very lowest
possible prices to the trade. We are
able to save our customers from 25c to
$1.00 per pair on the footwear. On the
cheaper line of shoes we have the agency
for one of the best lactones in the United
States. By paying spot cash we are en-
titled to sell at 25c to 50c per pair cheap-
er than our competitors. The sale rule
applies on the better grade shoes but to a
larger extent. If you want entire satis-
faction in your footwear give us a trial.
Men's Fine Hats
We are especially prepared to take care
of your wants in novelty hats for summer.
We have them in staple colors and all the
new shapes Price from +.1,50, $2.00
Also a choice line ui Men's and Boy's
straw hats for the summer season. Let
us show you what we have. Prices 25c,
50c, 75c, and up to $2.00 each. Also a
full line of Mexican Straw Hats for every
Mrs. A. B. Cullum received a
telegram Saturday uiorniug
stating that, her niece, Miss
Mary Poelma, had died that
morning at l:30o'clockat Butler,
Mo. Death was due to spinal-
mengitis. Miss Poelma was a
trained nurse and had contract
ed the dread disease from a
patient under her charge. She
had been ill several weeks The
remains were shipped to Beloit,
'vans., the family home, for in
terment. Miss Poelma had
visited at the Cullum home here
and was an unusally bright girl,
ambitious, and well suited to
her profession. Mrs. Cullum
has the sympathy of her many
The Kensington Club met with
Mrs. A. W. Darrow on last
Thursday afternoon and her
charming hospitality wus enjoy
ed by a good attendance. A
pleasant surprise was in store
for the club members on their
arrival when they were greeted
at the door by Mrs. G. A. Wahl,
of Fairview, a house guest of th:'
hostess and a former member of
the club. Members were: Mrs.
T. J. Brown, of Oklahoma City;
Mrs. Applegate, of Wichita; Mrs
Kinerer, of Dover; Mrs. N Paul
Barton and Mrs. Birdie Brown
Mrs Darrow was assisted in
serving the two-course luncheon
by Mesdames Hines and Collins.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Eads weni
to Shawnee Sunday to be with
Mrs Eads' brother, Dr. Harrell,
who was operated upon for gall
stones, this being his fourth
operation. Dr. Harrell is an old
timer at Hennessey. Mr. Eads
returned from Shawnee last
Wednesday and stated that Mr
Harrell was doing nicely since
the operation and every hope is
felt for his complete recovery.—
Mrs. R. L. Moore and son,
Master Clay, and daughter, Miss
Rexy Lee and Miss Willie Arnold
came over Sunday evening from
Oklahoma City to j >in Mr. Moore,
who is one of the Clippek force
and has been here for several
weeks. They will make their
home in the George Baldwin
property on east Oklahoma ave-
Evangelist Hamilton, was
greeted by acapacity house Sun
day afternoon when he talked to
"men only" at the Christian
Church. His discourse was elo
quent and full of common sense
and was listened to with much
For a Cream Separator you
should always buy a Delaval.
Cheapest because they last from
1") to 25 years. The split wing
device is a winner and they are
so easy cleaned. G. W. Woolsey
Stephen Eads and daughter,
Miss Ruth, the former the man-
ager of Green wood Home, spent
Sunday here with friends. They
were former residents of Hen-
nessey and are always welcome
Miss Marylee Johns, who has
been visiting relatives at Los An-
geles and other California points
returned home Monday night.
Her many friends here are
pleased at her return.
Harry Taylor came in last
Saturday evening from Falls
City, Oregon, for an extended
visit at the home of his father,
Doc Tay lor.
Miss May Lindell, of the Enid
University accompanied by her
mother and Mrs. Hiat, visited
Mrs. Jesse Gwsnn Monday.
Mrs. G A Wahl, returned to
her home in Fairview Saturday
morning after a pleasant visit of
several days with friends herej
The styles are newest, the
materials the best and the price
most reasonable at Mrs. Jack-'
son's Millinery Store,
Miss Myra Wells, teacher in
the Kingfisher schools, spent
Sunday here with home folks.
Dr. Fielder of Guthrie, was in
Hennessey last week on profes-
An elegant display of millinery
at Mrs Jaeksons.
Miss Elsie Smith was visiting
friends here Sunday.
Fresh vegetables and groce-
ries at Brewer's store.
Mr. and Mrs. Spindle, of King-
ti slier visited the latter's mother I
Mrs. M F. Brown Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. [jew Fitch camo
down from Enid Sunday to visit
the former's father and view
the distruction of the storm.
For "ten ceuts"you can buy a
bottle of bluing that will blue
your clothes. THE ALTON
CiOOOS Concentrated Hluing.
Mrs. Abby K assiber of Canton
and daughter, Mrs. Hainlen,< of
Okeene, are visiting the former's
d^igiiter, Mrs. Luther Hainlen
Now is the time to buy lmple- j
inents. We sell the Case, New!
Century and Jamesville Cultiva-
tors. All of them give satisfac-;
and are guaranted. See them at i
Woolsey's Hardware Store.
W. W. Moles has purchased
the shooting gallery fixtures of
Dan Flaharty and is open for
business tirst door north of har-
ness shop. lie carried a nice
line of tobaccos and will add cold
drinks. Give him a call.
Emil Wirth, who resides three
miles west of Bison was in the
city yesterday with a monster
pelican which was killed by the
hailstorm Saturday evening. The
bird measured 4 feet ti inches
from tip to tip, the b.ll alone was
nearly 14 inches long and one
wing m'easared 42 inches. Mr.
Wirth sent the bird to Prof.
Stevens, the well known taxi
dermist of Alva to be mounted.
We have some fine heavy baled
hay at 50c per bale.
C. H. Bhewek.
headache, biliousness, in- «
digestion, rheumatism, B
pimples, blotches, yellow D
complexion, etc., are all
signs of poisons in your g
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. 11. Easier, of
Spartanburg, S. C , says:
" 1 had sick headache, for
years. I felt bad most oi
the time, 1 tried Thed-
ford's Black-Draught, and
now 1 feel better than
when I was 1G years old."
Your druggist sells it, in
25 cent packages.
fag'fet on Thedford's
Out on Koute 5.
Miss Fern Walker, Hay W il-
kett, Uarvev Ward, Frank Norris
and Mrs. Jack Ward spent Sun-
day at the home of James Cath-
Dr. Hughei* and wife and Mr.
and Mrs. Myers took dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. Ohas Hu h's.
Fern Wal'ifer, Gladys U.uis,
Roxie Harrod and the Misses
Stiger attended the Kiel celebra-
Charlie Jones went to llen-
essey Satu rday.
Sam Beards ley ami wife, and
Frakes and wife went to Hennes-
sey Sunday to see the wreck of
City, will give a cookinor lecture j "'f cy'<)D0'
Listen for the wedding bells
En Davis is usitiir Lee Harrod'
and demonstration on cooking at
the hall Friday, April 2(i. Girls
and women are cordially invited
to i ttted. Mrs Iim Bugg.
Many Millinery styles ' to se-
lect your new hat from at Mrs.
Another New Brick.
Joseph Fee commenced work
on a new brick building this
week on the east side of Main
sreet The building will be
25 x 100 feet and will be quite a
a valuable addition to
hitching post at present, ,
Mrs. Stiger, who has been sii lc
for the past three weeks is im-
First published in Clipper April II, I!)12; f>i
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
a writ of execution issued out of the
District Court of Kingfisher County. State
of Oklahoma 'on a judgment in favor of
l)r. N. Rsetor, plaintiff, against Charles
Gwynn and Ct rildia Gwynn, defendants,
for $.!.'!(! and ii iterest thereon from Feb-
ruary S. 1912. at the rate of six p:'r cent
per annum, S 4 90 costs and accruing costs,
that, ' did 011 die 10 th day of April. A D. 1912,
*%.. ..i i.„ u . i levy upon the following described reai
part of the business section ■
The building will
be for rent
Different scene of the havoc of
the terrible storm at Miller's
Concentrated Bluing is the
cheapest to buy. Why'< It has
three or four times the strength
of ordinary Bluing. It goes
farther. THE ALTON GOODS
Bluing in the 5c and 10c bottles
Style and Service.
One should never sacrifice ser-
vice for style, but in buying
glasses from us this is not nec
does not even have to be increas
ed to give you both It is simply
a question of knowing our busi
ness and selecting the shape
and size which will be most har.
monious with the features of
each individual. Everybody
says we do this.
Hennessey, . . Okla.
estate, to-wit: Lots three and four and
the south half of the northwest quarter of
Section fiv<% Township nineteen, north,
of Range Hn*;. W. I M . Kingfisher county.
State of Oklahoma. subject to mortgage
liens thereori as follows: One mortgage
lien to the Prudential Life Insurance Co.;
one mortgage lien to The Deming Invest-
ment Co.; om ' mortgage lien to the First
National Bar tk of Hennessey, Oklahoma.
That I calle d an inquest of three disin-
terested hou: icholders who were resident
within King fisher County, Oklahoma, and
adruinisterec I to them an oath impartially
to appraise the property so levied upon,
upon ac'iuaf view, and such householders
returned to me under their hands an esti-
mate of the re al value of such property
so levied upon which they placed at
nothing, subject to the mortgage liens
Notice is further given that on the 17th
day of May, A. D, 1012, at the hour of 2
o'clock in the afternoon, at the north front
door of the court house in Kingfisher,
Kingfisher County, State of Oklahoma, I
will sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash, the above described real
estate subject to the liens of the aforesaid
Dated this 10th day of April, A. D. 1!)12.
CLYDE SMI IN.
As Sheriff of Kingfisher Count}. Oklahoma,
Our Repair Work
Is the pride of oui store.
When you bring your watches
,or jewelary to us for repairing
I you may bn sure that they will
receive our very best attention.
| We guarantee all our work ;md
are always; ready to make it
good if necessary.
H. D, Brewer,
Jewe'ier and Optician.
R. G. Gavcr Producc Co.
Don't sell your produce until you
see us. 1 Ve by all kinds of produce,
cream, hides and furs, and pay the
highest m arket price in cash. Good
weights our specialty. If you are
not an o Id customer give us a trial
You will tind us in the big brick
buildin I iu rear of W. D. Frakes'
Highe: ,t Market Prices for Gui;u- i
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