The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1912 Page: 8 of 8
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Commencing To Night
A. S. Lewis Stock Company
Formerly The Lewis & Schueder Company.
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Will open a three days en-
gagement in the city. This
well known company needs
no special introduction to the
amusement loving people of
Hennessey, they having played
here on former occasions.
This season this company1
will he seen in a list of entire-)
ly new plays headed by the
popular A. S. Lewis supported
Sunday with the Pumpkin Rol-
lers. Tiie Bines played good j |
ball and were easy winners over I
the Hutnpkin Rullers. Score 8 to ]'
4. The game was a fast one from
start to finish.
Dwight Sperry spent Sunday
with Hoy White.
Pierce Bailey has been at work
for Will Sowers this week.
„ . ...
George Chartier is visiting
his son Lee, out in the sticks.
Mrs Bessie Rapp visited at the
home of Will Sowers Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Will Somers
visited in Hennessey Saturday.
Work lias started on the big
Pale-faced, weak, and
Bhaky women—who suffer
every day with womanly
weakness—need the help
of a gentle tonic, with
a building action on the
womanly system. If you are
weak—you need Cardui,
the woman's tonic, because
Cardui will act directly on
the cause of your trouble.
Cardui has a record of
more than 50 years of
success. It must be good.
by a company of selected art-1Jiteli between White and Char-
tists. Popular prices will pre-
vail. Don't forget the date,
Thursday, May 30.
Special Matinee Saturday.
Hennessey Clipper: 1 notice on
the bill boards posters announcing a
show to he held in our city on May
30, Decoration Day. I am surprised
(hat the city officials would grant
them permission to show on that
day, and especially the mayor, who
is an old soldier.
A day set apart for decorating
graves of our dead heroes and loved
ones and to bring to the remem-
brance of our children what we owe
to the few living old soldiers. My
grandfather, father and thrte uncles
lie in a soldier's grave and my
mother, a soldier's widow, lies sleep
ing in our cemetery. This is the
second Decoration Day she has
missed on this earth and it makes
me feel sad to think that the day
should be spent in money making
amusements, such as shows, base
hall and other amusements. Now
I believe that our city officials and
other citizens reverence our dead,
but they do not stop to think how
it looks or seems to others.
1 remember a few years ago how
the neighborhood was shocked to
hear of a young man playing pool
all the evening while his mother
lay in the undertaking room. I
know that he loved his mother. It
was thoughtlessness, but we must
expect such things if we continue
to desecrate such a day as May 30,
set apart for sacred purposes. His-
tory teaches us that so long as a
nation holds sacred the memory of
their heroes and the principles of
liberty for which they stood and
laid down their lives, that nation
is safe, but as soon as they forget
and put foremost in their minds
money making amusements upon
their liberties they soon begin to
decay. Do not think that I do not
like to go to shows or ball games. I
like to go at the proper time and
place. I write this in a friendly
spirit to all. Lest we forget, lest we
forget. A. P. Herschek.
Miss Maude Ramsey returned
home from Flocks a few days
Mrs. Mattie White and daugh-
ter, is visiting in Kingfisher this
! You ought to see the smile on
the farmer's face since the ram.
! Everything is on the boom.
Misses Dorris and Alice New-
vacinitv Saturday and Sunday. I (.0mb spent one day last week
Miss Claudine Karcher spent with Misses Lillie and Ethel
Sunday night with Mrs. Henry Chartier.
Krebs. j Quite a numbar of the society
Earl Robinson and wife visited j Mlks attended the party at the
with V. T. McKeever and wife] home of Miss Eva Ricks last
Mrs. Arthur Brox visited
Frank Bailey visited in this
.The Woman's Tonic.
Mrs. Effie Graham, of
Willard, Ky., says: "I
was so weak I could
hardly go. 1 suffered,
nearly every month, for 3
years. When 1 began to
take Cardui, my back hurt
awfully. 1 only weighed
99 pounds. Not long after,
I weighed 115. Now, 1
do all my work, and am
in good health." Begin
taking Cardui, today.
1 irst published in Clipper May 30, 1912 4(
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Guthrie, Okla.
May 17. 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Henry D.
Fender, of Hennessey, Okla., who, on
M;irch 22. 1911, made homestead entry.
N'> 04241), for Lots 5-6, Sec. 8, Lots 1-2
| :i;nl NK . SW % Section 9, Township
!'i N . Range 9, West Indian Meridian,
li is filed notice of intention to make
h uial Commutation Proof, to establish
i-liiiin to thu land above described, before
the Clerk District Court, at Kingfisher.
Okla., on the 6th day of July, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Elizabeth Mae Hoffman, of Fairview, Okla.
i Bert K. Sturgeon, of Hennessey, Okla.
Ross Hunter, of Hennessey, Okla.
! Win. Sturgeon, of Ames, Okla.
L. H. HOUSTON, Register.
First published in Clipper May 30, 1912, 3t
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, )
j County of Kingfisher, j ss'
IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR SAID
Minnie F. Hudson
Dennis M. Hudson
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO Den-
nis M. Hudson.
You are hereby notified that you have
been sued in the District Court, within
and for the County of Kingfisher, in the
Mate of Oklahoma, and must answer the
|h-litiini tiled therein by plaintiff on or
iii'fore the lltli day of July, 1912, or the
| said petition will be taken as true, and
i judgment in favor of plaintiff according
to intent and tenor of her petition will
I be rendered accordingly.
E. II HALL. Attorney for Plaintiff.
[SEA1-1 Attest: GEORGE H. LAING,
Clerk District Court.
McKissick spent Wid Olney, wife and
i First published in Clipper May 23,1912, :it
j STATE OF OKLAHOMA )
| County or Kingfii her J "
son> IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR SAID
It requires no soaking. No
waiting. It can be prepared on
short notice. THE ALTON
GOODS Instantaneous Tapioca.
Saturday night and Sunday with Less Chartier, wife and daugh-
Miss Grace Brox. ters, Vinnie, Vernie and Blanche
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dunlap of, spent Sunday with Hector andI
The Chicago Rock Island and
Pacific Railway Company
home Hazel Chartier.
FOB SALK—M cCormiek
Binders in good conditien, run
one season. One double row
cultivator and one set of double
harness. See G. S. Pain.
Good, pure coffee is
less stimulant. THB
Hennessey, visited at the
of Arthur Brox Sunday.
The Misses Rose Bailey and
Claudine Karcher spent Sunday
with Miss Grace Burrows.
Maple Grove, Pleasant Valley
and Forest Oak Sunday Schools
will celebrate childrena day,
Sunday, June 9, at the A. Brox
grove one and a half miles south
and three and a half miles west
of Hennessey. Everybody is
invited to attend.
About fifty friends of M:ss
Ethel Green gave her a handker-
chief shower and helped cele- j
brate her 21st. birthday Satur-
day night. Out door games were , , ,,.
," , , ,, City, the privilege of clubbing their
played and ice cream and cake / .. ? . . . ..
Ed Williams aad John Wil
liams and Alonzo E. Brown \ No. 7'
and his wife Rebecca Brown,
Charles Brown and his wife
first name unknown and Ja-
GOODS coffee is good and pure, j cob U. Shade and his wife
- Cerena Shade, Defendants.
I THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO The
; above named Alonzo E. Brown and his
Plants for Sale
Sweet potatoes, peppers, to
inatoes, cabbage and beets at
Myers & Binds Produce House.
Farmers do not neglect to get
your orders in right now for
McCormick Binders and Mowers
It is getting late and we must
have time to get them here for
harvest.—Geo W. Woolsey.
See John Duffy for tirejtorna-
do and hail insurance.
Our Clubbing Offer
We have been fortunate enough
to secure by special arrangement
with The McCall Co., of New York
valuable magazine with the Hen-
nessey Clipper. We have decided
to make the price so low for these
two publications that everyone can
take advantage of it. But very few
are not familiar with McCalls Maga-
j zine, and its valne as a fashion
j magazine in the home. Besides
i the style features of this magazine,
its pages are devoted to stories, illus
; trated articles, cooking, fancy work
and home departments, all of in-
estamatable value. Hie regular
price of this magazine is 50 cents a
Wm. Bauer went to Lacey last year, but to show you that we are
were served. 8he received many
A feast for seveu people can
be prepared in live minutes with
a cup of THE ALTON GOODS
Out in the Blackjacks
The farmers are tightinj
John Beebe put up some
alfalfa hay last week.
Gold filled Spectacles
And eyeglasses are the most
popular of all goods of this class.
These frames are made by tak-
ing a small core of hard compo
sition metal and overlaying it,
under tremendous pressure
with thin sheets of pure gold
This forms a metal which is the
Best Possible Substi
tute for Solid Gold
It appears equally as well and
we guarantee these frames per-
manently. We quote special
special prices for one week on
Gold Filled Riding Bow Spec-
tacles, tilled with best crystal
lenses at $f>.00.
Hennessey, - Okla
Ted Townsand and sister vis-
ited here last week.
M rs. Ada Chartier of Sheridan
is visiting Lee Chartier and wife
Carl Bolnis and Ed Gouehere
gave their hay press a trial last
Miss Alta Beebe \ isited with
I her sister Elsie Waggoner last
Barman Waggoner and Mrs.
Ada Chartier visited at Kiel last
George Mundie went north
last week to engage cotton pick-
: ers for this fall.
Harmon Waggoner and wife,
and George Waggoner and wife
visited Sunday with Mrs. S E
A big crowd attended the bail
game last Saturday betw. en the
boys and the married men The
old men were too si >w for the
D. L> Gratner and family and
John Bingham and family went
j to the creek tisliir g Sunday
j .1 ust what luck they had is un-
known to the writer.
Quite a bunch of the hoy*
from the Sticks went, to Turkey
endeavoring to favor our subscri-
bers in every way possible we will
make the following offer:
The Hennessey ('Upper 1 year
McCalls Magazine 3 years, and 3
free 15c McCalls patterns, all for
Think of it! A total value of
$2.95 for only $1.50.
The free patterns are ordered by
post card from New City and can be
used any time you need one.
This offer is available to any one
who subscribies, renews or extends
their time ahead on either publica-
tion for the time mentioned. The
only perequisite is that you "pay in
M. L. EBSTONE
EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST
Of Kingfisher, Okla. will make
regular trips to Hennessey on
Mondays, commencing Jan. 15,
i 191:!. People suffering from weak
eyes and headaches, intlamation
j of the lids and eyeballs, pain in
'eyeballs, orbits, temples and
I forehead, and all other causes of
eye strain. I will relieve you of
till eye troubles with accurate
tittitigeyeglasses, and spectacles.
I have had over lit years of
Creek fishing Saturday night. I knowledge and experience of eye
but returned home early Sunday I strain and guarantee you perfect
morning a sleepy bunch without I satisfaction.
The O K. Blues crossed
Office at Hennessey with Dr. A
1 F. Merrill, the Dentist,on Mon
wife Rebecca Brown, Charles Brown and
his wife first name unknown, Jacob U.
Shade and his wife Cerena Shade. You
and each of you are hereby notified that
you have been sued in the District Court,
within and for the County of Kingfisher,
in the State of Oklahoma, and must an-
swer the petition filed therein by plaintiff
on or before the 5th day of July, A. D. 1912.
That on the first day of May A. D. 1912,
at the adjourned term of the District
Court sitting in and for Kingfisher County,
you and each of you were by an order of
said court made defendants in the above
entitled cause and required to answer on
or before Friday, the 5th day of July, 1912,
or the said petition will be taken as true,
and judgment rendered against you in the
above entitled cause, wherein certain
tracts of land sold and deeded by you or
title or possession of same is sued for by
plaintiff and an injunction asked and
preyed for by plaintiff.
That in case you fail to answer or plead
within the time above named judgment
will be rendered accordingly.
Witness my hand and the se-il of the
District Court at Kingfisher, Oklahoma,
this 211th day of May, 1912.
[seal] Attest: GEORGE H. LAING,
R. W WYL1E, Attorney for Defendants,
Ed and John Williams.
So delicious, healthful, appe-
tizing, so much for your money.
THE ALTON GOODS Instan-
taneous and Pearl Tapioca.
Plenty of money to loan on
far inland.—j. L. Hines.
We have customers who have
traded with us for over ten years.
That's the kind^)f a recommend
we appreciate.—C. B. Brewer.
3 If Your Eyes Trouble you 5
J Come in and let us test them. I
J It will not cost you a cent and ¥
2 you will in no way be obligated Z
0 to buy glasses unlsss you desire •
♦ to. Should you purchase X
glasses from us we will guaran- x
t tee to give satisfaction in ev- *
f ery way. Come and see us. X
. Dr. Barker
Calls answered promptly. Chronic
Disease a Speciality.
ffce two doors north of the
Clipper Office, on Main Street.
Office Phone No. 9
H. D. Brewer, t
I Jeweler and Optometrist. !
Sunday schoolat 10 a. rrt., Mrs.
A. J. Clymans, superintendent.
Preaching service at 11 a. m.,
and 7:30 in the evening'.
Christian Endeavor at t!:il0
every Sunday evening. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all
who are not attending regular
services at other places.
Rev. M.Weimkh, Pastor,
New KocK Island Time Card
No. 12 through passenger ar. 5:37... ni
No.3G local passenger ar. ..9:28a. m.
No. 24 " " " 4:53 p.m.
No. 32 fast " " 9:38 p. in.
No. 31 fast passengerar. 5:58 a. m.
No. 23 local " " 11:31a. m.
No. 35 " " " 7:51 p. in.
No. 11 through " " 9:58 p. m.
The fast passenger, No. 31 will
not stop here but No. 32 will stop
here for passengers going to Me Far-
and, Kansas, and points beyond.
CORONADO LODGE No. .'(>,
F. iV A M , meets on the 1st
and 3rd Tuesday evenings of
each month at 7:80 p. in. Visit
ing brethren cordially invited.
A K- Merrill, W. M : II L. Miles.
Hennessey Chapter No 37,
Order of Eastern Star, meets
second and fourth Friday every
month, Mrs. Mary Aid rich
Thonie, worthy matron, Mrs.
May T. Merrill, secretary.
Poultry and Eggs
We want 'em—all you've
got—and we'll still be
wanting more next time.
Don't forget us. Always
the highest market price
R. G. (iayer Produce Co.
is the time
to go to
Co there and tone
up for the hot days
to come. You will
feel better, not
only this Summer
but all Your life.
The Cost is Reasonable
The Benefits are Wonderful.
Enquire as to
Rates, train service, etc.
I ;iy Thompson, Division Passenger Agent
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
A. J. Clymans, Ticket Agent
A. B. CULLUM, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Beald«oo« la Dontfelti brlok bulldtnf. o*
South Main si. I door north of optrt fcouM.
OBct la Dr. Rector's buUdlny ob Bast Okla-
w. L. MOORE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Real Estate Agent.
Farms an City properly for iala or trade. !■
■arance and Farm Lota* Also
Texas Land, for aale.
Rear Farmers & Merchant* Bank
Office Dinkler's Drug Store
Residence Phone 174
BOY V. WooLviaa Bolasd W. WooLWlSS
Woolwine & Woolwine
Office Over GDbert'a Grocery, North Man St at
Waukoms Mondays and Thursdays.
T. L. HUGHES, Chiropractor
Specializes on Chronic Diseases of
any form. Office and Residence
first door north of
church on Cherokee
St. Phone 72
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
Are prepared to do all kinds
Promptly on short notice. Freight
in car load and small lots deliver-
No Doctor can obtain the de-
sired results in the sick room
unless his prescriptions are
properly filled. Not only the
right drugs used, but good
fresh 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.
Proprietor Of The
Express delivered, baggage trans
tared to and from the depot, burr/
op calls promptly attended to. •
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