The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 2, 1912 Page: 8 of 10
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llarrrony Cemetery Asso-
ciation elect New Officers
The Harmony Cemetery associa-
tion held their annual meeting at
the church March 27, at 8 o'clock
and elected new officers for the
coming year as follows:
Mrs. Anna Henthorn, president.
Mrs. T. J. Murphy, vice president.
Miss Alma Conklin, Pecretiiry.
Mrs. Ida Burfg, tre>> SUrer.
J. M. Henthorn, "superintendent
Work on cemevevy $11.00
Paint and oil, v 2 7f5
Stamps ai;d reaper to secret'y .43
like an old timer. Miss Maude
Rens.haw, Mr. Everett Miller.
Burris Croka, Stewart, Suitor
and Jim Liddle Jr., all played
their parts excellently. The
specialty by the Amphion Quar-
tette of Hennessey was enjoyed
by all as was the dancing of (leo.
Hoyes and the dancing kid who
volunteered their services and
are now performing at the L.y
rick Theatre. Geo. H. Hodgms
and Miss Hazel Smith in the
singing sketch were well received
Mr. Art Black, manager of the
Dramatic Club wishes to thank
Toy.(expense . $14 18 those who attended the show for
Balance 'in treasnrary when their hearty applause given the
nev officers went in. $3-1.111 least."
Mrs. Ida Bugg piul in „
M. Henthorn, check
hrom Route 5.
j Charlie Harrod spent Sunday
| with Wanda Catherton.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward were
Ames visitors Saturday.
j ()rval Downing made his usual
I call in this vicinity Sunday.
} Mrs. Win. Norris and daugh-
j tor, Willie, were in Lacey Mon
John Bowles' little son, Otis,
took dinner with Jack Ward and
Mrs Guy Fisher and little
I daughter visited her mother,
( Mrs. Jones, at Ames Sunday,
has to say of our boys and girls. ,,
,, , , , , ,, ,. ,, , Roxy Harrod, Claude Davis,
"Uncle Josh s roiks, the; . «
, , ,, Frank Bland and Miss Mamie
rural cornedv drama staged last , ,
Catherton attended tlie enter
taintnent at Wild wood Monday
I Tea for Iced Tea is a special I
Balance in trensuary #31.31
Mks. Ii>a Bugg, Treasurer.
"Uncle Josh" Pleases.
The Hennessey Dramatic
Club under the auspices of the
Hennessey Band, with \. B.
Black as manager, presented
their play at Kingfisher Friday
night to a large crowd. Below
is what the Kingfisher Midget
George Washington Could
Rise From his Grave
And see our cities lighted as
bright as day, hear the whir ol
the electric car, talk over a tele,
phone, send a message by wire-
less to a ship far out to sea, ex
amine his own bones with an X-
ray, view the snowy tields, sunny
plains and canals of Mars thru a
tclescope, take a flight from
ocean to ocean in an air ship, get
run over by an auto going ninety
miles an hour—but what's the
use going back a hundred years':
A work on chemistry ten years
old is of no good except as a
matter of curiosity ; the same is
'rue of physics, zoology, astron-
omy, and the other sciences;
true of shorthand and bookkeep-
ing, business methods and near
ly everything else.
As the steam ship has crowd-
ed out the sail boat, the type
writer the goose quill pen and
pokeberry ink, so have the fa-
mous Byrne systems of business
training, bookkeeping and short-
hand taken the place of the old
systems. The reason is plain;
these systems cut the time and
cost of becoming an expert ac-
countant or stenographer 111 half,
teach business as well as book,
keeping, let the student begin
earning while the student of the
old system is not half thru his
course; they give the student a
better practical working know-
ledge, which means a better
These practical, modern, time',
saving systems can be had in
this section only at the Capital
City Business College. You
would not think of riding in an
ox cart 111 preference to an auto-
mobile. Then why think of
studying the old ox cart system
of accounting and stenography
when you can get the Byrne
system which possess such won-
For free catalogue, address
Capital City Business College,
Box (J, Guthrie, Okla.
Our patrons should always feci free to store
their private boxes in our vaults.
We Make No Charge To You
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
school house and it will be many
days before they can move back
A very heavy rain and hail vis-
ited this vicinity Saturday night
which destroyed all crops and
did tmucli damage to fruit and
fences and drownded a large
number of lings.
Skeleton is out of her banks
and is a mile wide in some places
Water was two feet deep all
around the store at Sheridan
I guess the farmers will have
to replant their corn since the
Ball playing at Mr. Gant's
Monday afternoon between Mt.
Zion and Sheridan.
The high water drowned sev
eral head of hogs for Mr. Racer
last Saturday night.
Mr. Baldwin, who lives east of
First published in Clipper April 11,1912; 5t
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
Or. N. Rector, plaintiff, against Charles
Gwynn and Cerildia Gwynn, defendants,
for $330 and interest thereon from Feb-
ruary 5, 1012. at the rate of six per cent
per annum, $4.90 costs and accruing costs.
I did on the 10th day of April, A. D. 1912,
levy upon the following described reai
estate, to-wit: Lots three and four and
the south half of the northwest quarter of
Section five. Township nineteen, north
of Range five, W. I M.. Kingfisher county.
State of Oklahoma, subject to mortgage
liens thereon as follows: One mortgage
lien to the Prudential Life Insurance Co •
one mortgage lien to The Deming Invest-
ment Co.; one mortgage lien to the First
National Bank of Hennessey, Oklahoma.
That 1 called an inquest of three disin-
terested householders who were resident
within Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, and I
administered to them an oath impartially
to appraise the property so levied upon,1
upon actual view, and such householders
returned to me under their hands an esti-
mate of the real 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. 1912, at the hour of 2
o clock m the afternoon, at the north front
door of the court house in Kingfisher,
Calls answered promptly. Chronic
Disease a Speciality.
ffice two doors north of the
Clipper Office, on Main Street.
Office Phone No. 9
A. B. CULLUM, M. I).
Physician and Surgeon.
Residence in Douthltt brick huiU'in?. < n
South Main St. 1 door n< rth of on# r« house.
Office in Dr. Rector's building on Kust okla-
W. L. MOORE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
HENNESSEY. OKI A
Real Estate Agent.
Farms an City property for sale or trade. In
surance and Farm Loans. Also
Texas Lands for sale.
Kear Farmers it Merchants Bank
iu jivus utisi ui ,7 „ . *r 1 «iuuoc in i\ingnsn
Sheridan lost ail of his floats hut l L™"ty. state of Oklahoma, ,
s , . I will sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash, the above described real
estate subject to the liens of the aforesaid
four and his house was complete-
ly surrounded by water.
A wagon load of young people
from route G surprised Miss
Hazel Chartier Sunday, the 28, it
being her lath, birthday.
Miss Silvia Sours has returned
home from Hennessey where
she has been on accnunt of her
health. She is much improved.
Some farmer, whose name we
did not learn, who resides four
and a half miles southeast of
Sheridan had twenty-five head
cattle drowned by the high
water last Saturday night.
Mr. Franklin, who lives near
the Frog Pond school house was
surrounded by water and his
neighbors went over Sunday
morning and drove his horses
and cattle to high land. The
water that surrounded his house
would swim a horse.
Dated this 10th dayof April, A. D. 1912
As Sheriff of Kingfisher County, Oklahoma,
Iced Tea that is Just right can
be made by following the direc-
tions on each package of the
ALTON GOODS Tea for Iced
A Good Assortment at Our Store
I'or your Parlor, Bed Room, Dining Room, Kitchen or any room
WE HAVE SOME REMNANT BARGAINS
night at the opera house by the
Hennessey Dramatic Club, was a
success from start to finish
Everyone taking part played like
a professional. Miss Stella
Saur as Mrs. Vernon and Mrs
Brown, playing a double part
cmid not have done better. Chas.
Nothstein as the silly kid simply
delivered the goods and had his
audience with hiin all the time.
Miss Int z Goseas Kutli, was ex-
cellent. Mrs. Dunlap as Hulda
played her part exoedingly well
Bruce Haughey as Richard Mar
low, the vilhan, handled his part
Dinkier, The Druggist j
M. L. EBSTONE
EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST
Ol Kingtisher, Okla. will make
regular trips to Hennessey on
Mondays, commencing Jan. 15,
1912. Peoplesuifering from weak
eyes and headaches, inllamation
of the lids and eyeballs, pain in
eyeballs, orbits, temples and
forehead, and all other causes of
eye strain. I will relieve you of
all eye troubles with accurate
fittingeyeglasses, and spectacles.
I have had over 13 years of
knowledge arid experience of eye
strain and guarantee you perfect
Office at Hennessey with Dr. A
(F. Merrill, the Dentist,on Mon
Dr. R. W.Bowermasi
Office Dinkler's Drug Store
Residence Phone ] 74
ROY v. Woolwink Roland w. Wucmwnb
Woolwine & Woolwine
Office Over Gilbert's Grocery, North Man M. at
Waukoms Mondays and Thursday*
T. L. HUGHES, Chiropractor
Spejializes on Chronic Diseases of
any form. Office and Residence
first door north of Congregation; 11
church on Cherokee St. Phone 72
blend of the right kind of
I for making good Iced To:
I produces the desired liavor, col
or, and taste Your grocer sells
lit in 15c, 25c and 50c packages,
under the old reliable label The
Miss Bi'ulali Payne will organ-
ize a music class—piano and vio-
lin. Those wishing to take
music phone 3119 or call up the
Miss Grace Brox visited in
Hennessey last week.
Leslie Rounds spent Sunday
with Harry Douglas.
' i Forest Caulk is using the Leo I
Karcber hitching post again.
Mrs. A. E. Green and Mrs. |
McKissickare slowly improvin
Well! Yes, we had rain here
Sturday night and Sunday and
it took out the most of the cul-
verts and bridges around here
The near-by streams were high
er than they have ever been
Mrs, Chas, Brown and chil
The Jordan Dramatic Company.
3 Mights 3
6 People 6
Opening night Thursday, May 2.
Opening bill "A Bachelor's Twins," a
three act comedy that produces a laugh
every second. 4,000 feet of moving
pictures. Admission 10 and 15 cents.!
Miss Ethel Green visited with.dren, from near Lacey, are visit-
Miss Edith Mclvissick Sunday, ing with her parents, Mr. and
Miss Celia Rounds spent the Mrs. Pulliam.
tirst of the week with Miss. Lois Several from this vicinity at-
Turner j tended the I. O. O. F.'s Annual
Miss Grace Furrows spent last Reunion at Lovell Friday.
week in Hennessey with her sis-1 Mrs E A Poster ()f UcnneB.
sej, is visiting relatives in this
community at present.
ter, Mrs. Charlie Brewer.
A number from this vicinity
were caught in town Saturday
and had to stay over till Monday.
Eli Robinson, wife and family
and Miss Grace Burrows
spout Sunday at the McKeever
W. A. Courier and wife and
Earl Robinson and wife spent
Sunday evening with C, T. Mi- j
Keever and wife.
Several from this vicinity at-
tended the surprise on Mrs. j
Sadie Taylor Sunday. They all
report an enjoyable time.
Earl Lloyd and wife, Earl
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Foster and
children, and Mrs. E. A. Foster
spent Sunday at the Hopkins
Mrs. M. M. McVicker and son
.losep, of Waukomis, spent the
hitter part of the week with the
former's parents Mr. aud Mrs.
A surprise party wa givers
John Hash Monday night in hon-
or of his forty-third birthday.
A large crowd of friends and
neighbors gathered, bringing
well tilled baskets and soon the
Bailey and family and Dave Troy table was laden with good things
er and daughter spent Sunday j to eat, to which all did ample
at the home of George Bailey. I justice. Everyone seemed to
The home of Robert Rounds enjoy themselves and all join in
is now covered with four feet of j wishing him many mare happy
water. They have moved to the birthdays.
is the time
to go to
Go there and tone
up for the hot days
to come. You will
feel better, not
only this Summer
but all Your life.
I foe Cost is Reasonable
I he Benefits are Wonderful.
Enquire as to
Rates, train service, etc.
Ladies' Hair Dresser
Halver son's Luster
Hair Tonic, for Ladies
as well as Men. It
cleans the hair and
leaves it beautifuly
fluffy. Try it, An
8 oz. bottle for 75c!
Basement Barber Shop
J. C. MYERS
C. E. MINDS
Myers & Hinds Produce Co.
We pay highest Market Price for
Poultry' Butter and Eggs. We lmy
cream for the Continental Crean ery
Located on South Main St. 1st
door south of Farmers' Store.
J. C. MYERS, Mgr. Phone 135
Fay Thompson, Division Passenger Agent
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
A. J. Clymans, Ticket Agent
Are prepared to do all kinds
Promptly on short notico. Freight
in car load unci small lotsdoliv r-
Proprietor Of The
Express delivered, baggage trans
fered to and from thedepot, hurry
up calls promptly attended to.
No Doctor can obtain the de-
sired results in Hie sick room
unless his prescriptions are
properly filled. Not only the
right drugs used, but good
tresh drugs-drugs that have
not lost their strength. We
make a specialty of prescrip-
tions. We pride ourselves on
the quality, purity and fresh-
ness of our drug stock. That
is the only kind we sell.
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