The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 12, 1912 Page: 5 of 8
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the Third AnnuaI Exhibition
:of the Kingfisher County:
Farmers' Institute and Fair Association
Will be held Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Snhnvfay— —
On September 18,19,20 and 21, at Kingfisher, Oklahoma
E. W. HUNT, President
I he Secretary or any of the Officers will be pleased to send you
Premium Lists, Programs and full particulars
A. E. BRACKEN. Secretary
Wild West Show and Carnival Company Will Help Furnish Entertainment oil the Above Dates
NEWS AS TOLD TO US
V I want to thank my friends and
customers in behalf of the Hennes-
sey Roller Mills for their liberal
patronage they are giving us now in
buying their flour and feed where
they can save from 10 to 20 cents
per sack on same as last Saturday
was ilie best day we have had since
our sales day last January. Any
one living in town needing a
sack of flour or feed, call phone No. j
;)9, and we will deliver free. Choice'
Hour at the low price of 85 cents'
per sack, mill-run bran 90 cents per
sack and meal 30 cents per sack. I
(.'oine and give us a trial.
R. H. Grimes, Proprietor.
House moving a specialty
Ed Puis was a business visitor
from Dover Tuesday.
Ira Cashion and son Dale were
Enid visitors Tuesduy.
W. R Self ridge, of Enid was a
business visitor Tuesday.
Individuality is a feature of
the hats at Mrs. Jackson's.
Vern Munch, .). C. Myers and
Charley Pepin were Kingfisher
Mrs. J. B. McKinzie returned
Tuesday night from a few weeks'
visit with relatives in El Reno.
Miss Marylee Johns came in
from Kingfisher Sunday and
spent the day with home folks.
Stylish, serviceable hats at
servisible prices in a large
range of styles at the Variety
Mrs. W. L. Carpenter, of Cor
dell, Oklahoma, is here visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doc
If in need of dental work call
on Dr. F. A. Merrill, the dentist,
Breese building. Every Tues-
day at Dover.
Miss Ariah Vaughan came
h<iine Sunday after spending a
month with relatives and friends
in Kansas City and other Mis
The now desks for the high
school which is holding forth in
the Goodwin building on East
Oklahoma avenue arrived Mon-
d ly and were installed Tuesday.
The Baptist Aid will meet
with Mrs. A. VV. Westlake on
next Wednesday afternoon, Sep-
tember 18th. As this is the date
j for the election of new officers,
a good attendance is urged to be
Mrs. R. B. Stevenson and two
little .sons, of Carnegie arriver
Thursday to visit the former'.-
brother, Louis Boettler, south,
west of town. They will als<
visit at the Hedgecock home neai
Many different shapes to so
lect from; jaunty, small and
medium to the large picture hat,
including the new "Tricorn"
which ara so popular just now
in the east. See them at Mrs
John N. Guest stopped off
here Tuesday night for a
brief visit with his grand mother,
Mrs. R. T. Guest, on his may to
Carnegie, where he has accepted
a position at the Rock Island
depot as helper.
Mrs. John Duffy and children
returned Sunday night from a
two weeks' visit with friends and
relatives at Walnut and Parsons,
Kansas. Miss Constance Gil
bert, who has been visiting- in
Kansas returned with them.
The applicants for a place on
the Hennessey Bigh School foot
ball team can be seen at the
school grounds every evening
taking a hard workout. The
boys are coming along fine un
der the coaching of George
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Craw
ford departed Snnday morning
for their home at Arm;>urdale,
Kans., after a visit with relatives
and friends here. They went
via.. Bartlesville, Okla., where
they will stop oft for a short vis-
it with the latter's brother, Ed
Rainey, and family of that city
Mrs. A. W. Westlake delight- Mrs. Minta Jackson and Mr
ru'ly entertained last Friday and Mrs. Chas K Stetler and
afternoon in compliment to her;little daughter, Miss Thelma
sister, Mrs. DeWitt Crawford of | June, spent Sunday with Mi-.
Aruiourdale, Kansas. Aboutland Mrs. Robert Brittain, at
sixteen of the girl friends of| Waukomis.
Mrs Crawford, who is a recent1
•ride and former resident here ^ JOUR FARM MORTGAGED? I
were present. During the ar' trade you clear improved farm
rival of the guests Master Au lfor il and assume y°llr mortgage or
■trey Westlake furnished music pay ca®h (llfference if farm is a good
and °"e- Pn,I)e,ty 1 offer is a f'"e. level
bv i farm' b'ack sandy loam. Good, new
P. P. Munch.
Mi the self playing piano,
lelicious punch was served
served bv • r
Vlist.es Mildred Rainey and i""Prove'nents. !tis worth$5,000. Is
Miss Jessie ■ ^ e depot. See or write me
Marie Crawford. Miss Jessie!
Hobbs sang a solo very sweetly.
"Hearts" were piayed, Miss
Sue Baines winning the favor,
i hand painted bon-bon dish,
while Miss Florence Rogers was
tendered the booby prize, a hand
painted hat pin holder. Mrs.
Crawford was presented a
beautiful band painted plate as
the guest favor. Dainty re
freshments completed the en
joyment of the afternoon.
at once. F. G. Tiernay, Hennessey,
Misses Mabel and Ruth Fow-
ler came home from Oklahoma
City, Sunday, where they had
spent the summer, to enter
school here again for this term.
Miss Ruth has been employed
at Mellon's, one of the largest
dry goods establishments in
that city, and it was with regret
that the management accepted
Hennessey Residence for Sale Cheap!
I- ive rooms, hall and porch, cement sidewalks on east
and south side of house. Best cistern in town, also city
water. Good cave and bathhouse as good any in King-
fisher county. Woodshed 12x16 ft, good stable large
enough for a horse and cow. Good chicken house and
yard. These improvements located on seven level lots,
enclosed and cross fenced with chicken wire. House
and barn newly painted. Four lots well shaded with
trees. Young orchard furnishes enough fruit for any
family. Property located 4 blocks south and 4 west of
First National Bank corner. A bargain. Easy terms,
Inquire of J. J. LaValley, First National Bank Building!
A barrel of beer consigned to
O I). Goodnight and delivered to
the New State Bote! Saturday
morning, was confisicated by
Deputy Sheriff Rutherford teir
minutes after its delivery by the
drayman. The hotel manage-
ment offered no objection when
the officer carted of the beer
and the incident was closed.
Mr. Goodnight was apmrently
oppressed by the all-prevading
dryness and has gone visiting.
Have you seen those 5c and
10c Bargains? They are
great. Nice, clean Groce-
ries at reasonable prices.
Highest market price for
your produce. Call on us.
J. W. Humphreys Bldg.
Prank ,1. Bakel and A B.
Cliapek were down from Enid
Handsome velvet and felt hats
in a large variety of styles at
See John Baugh for cement
work and house moving. Be
will do you a iirst-class j ib.
Miss Edyth Stout, of Oklaho-
ma City, was the guest of her
cousin, Mrs. Benton States,
The Electric Theatre is being
treated to a new coat of paint
this week which adds much to
Miss Elsie Brady returned
from Kingfisher Saturday where
she had spent a week with her
sister, Mrs. Eugene Stetler.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dinkier
and baby, of Anadarko, spent
last Thursday with his brother
and sister, P. A and Miss Mary
and other relatives.
Ray Neal, who has been in
Montana for the past several
months, came in the first of the
week for a visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Neal.
Miss Carrie Staggs came home
from Ann Arbor, Michigan.,
where she is attending the uni-
versity, Friday and will speud a
fortnight with home folks.
Miss Rachel Vermillion re-
turned to Baylor College, Belton,
Texas, Monday, after spending
her summer vacation here with
her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Ver-
The stork made a visit to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cor
der Friday morning, September
0th, and left a nice baby hoy
with thein. This is the stork's
first visit to the Corder home
and the happy parents have
voted him a mighty tine old bird.
High class tailord hats, in tin
newest shapes and colors al
| Mrs. Jackson's.
j Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lock and
children of Dover, spent Monda.\
with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Math-
■ George H. Laing of Kingfisher.
! was greeting old time friends
and making new ones here the
first of the week.
WAN TED - All kinds of sew-
ing. Quick service aud satisfac-
tion guaran ted. See Mrs Ii L
Moore at the G. S. Pain resi-
dence, East Sixth street He ines-
Mrs. E. D. Bradley returned
to her home in Hennessey Satur
day, accompained by her sifter,
Miss Grace Smith, after visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A
Smith —Kingfisher Midget
Mr. and Mrs. Geo W. Wool,
sey went to Colorado Springs on
Thursday to enjoy the coolness
of that climate. Mrs Woolsey
is expected to return the latter
part of the week, while Mr
Woolsey will remain several
Mrs. James Conner and I
daughter, Mrs Burt Hamilton
and son, of Enid, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Sylvester,
west of town this week. The
Conners, it will be rem era oe red,
were early day residents of
Hennessey, Mr. Conner, having
been our city marshal for sever-
The pop valve on a freight
engine blew out in the local
yards Sunday morning while the
train was on the main line and
the noise of the escaping steam
drew alargecrowd to the railroad
yards. Outside of delaying pas-
senger train No. 23, by routing
it over the side track around the
freight, no damage was done.
Will rent tw
if desired. P. 1
Attend the Faroiei
at the Electric Tlieati
Miss Mary H.irp Ims accepted
a position w ilh the Roy al Bukerv
Shearer and Taylor expect to
ship two carloads of rattle to
Kansas City Markets Saturday
Wonderfully attractive a e
those pretty felt sailors in a l
the litht shades at tlr. • Variety
STRA ^ ED Angora h u c k
goat. Any one taking up same
will be compensated b.y notify-
ing phone "101.
Mrs. Stitt and niece, Miss
Lena Stitt, of Dover, were in
town Saturday and spent the
day as guests of Mrs. Walter
Miss Fern Storm returned to
her home in Enid Tuesday even-
ing after a pleasant two week's
visit as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J, M. Horn, northwest of
Miss Minnie CJroka spent last
Wednesday with Mr. and Mr-
P. S. Mathews and left rl hursda.y
morning on No. 12 for Valpara
so, Indiana, whore .she will at
tend the university.
Miss Verna Porter left Wed-
nesday for Summer, Mexico for
an extended visit, with an uncle
This is quite a journey for Miss
Verna, as she is only about
twelve years of ago and goes
Hoys and girls of the demon
stration club making a credit-
able display at the comity fair
at Kingfisher next week will l>.>
presented with a beautiful souve
nir in the shape of a go'd plated
enamel badge. J. A. VI aush
Everything For The Table
Lc-t us supply your table from
our stuck which consists of the
best staple and fancy groceries to
| be found anywhere. We have an
assortment from which you could
serve a ten course dinner and then
we could furnish ten more different
courses and have some left Let us
furnish your table. Phone 71.
C. H. Brewer.
Valuable souvenirs given to
persons holding the lucky num-
ber at the Farmers' Matinee at
the Klectnc 'Theatre Saturday
Mrs.Sum Hull is eatne up from
their larrn near Lawton, Sunday
evening and is the guest, of her
grand parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Da Vault, south < f town.
Mr. Hulli.s expects to join her
here in a fortnight. They are
planning to then go to Colorado,
where Mr. liullis expects to se-
cure a position as telegraph op-
Do v"U need :i sewing machine?
One that will do all kii ds of
sewing, run smoothly and work
easy? That, will permit jvu to
do your sewing without waking
up the babies? Now if you want
a bargain see Woolsey.
You are invited to a
During the week of
23 to 28
1*7E will have an expm' leu vator of the Range with us
■ V during this week. An n;; .her interesting features of the
exhibit will be u prue i ■ ii . ition of the new process of
cooking with paper bags i' ) every purchaser of a South Bend
Malleable Range during the week u tlm exhibit, we will present
I RLE u set of high grade cooking ware, which includes a number
of pieces of pure aluminum; also a sample package of the cooking
bags. We will have useful souvenirs for all visitors. Be sure and
come. You will find the occasion enjoyable and profitable.
Remember the date and place. Come early.
Munch & Cupps
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