The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 12, 1912 Page: 8 of 8
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causes heartburn, sour
nausea, impure blood, and
more trouble than many
different kinds of diseases.
The food you eat ferments
in your stomach, and the
poisons it forms are ab-
sorbed into your whole
system, causing many dis-
tressing symptoms. At the
first sign of indigestion, try
the old, reliable, vegetable
liver powder, to quickly
cieanse your system from
these undesirable poisons.
entered Hennessey high school
last Monday morning.
Misses Ethel Green and Edith
McKissick and Frank Bailey
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
Elmer Hopper spent Sunday
with Ferdie Springer.
Frank Payne spent Sunday
with Mr. Rounds.
Mrs. Rilev Larainore, of
Goodwater, Mo., says "I
suffered for years from dyspep-
sia and heartburn. Thedtuid'!,
Black-Draught, in small doses,
cured my heartburn in a few
days, anil now I can eat without
distress." Try it.
Insist on Thedford's
From Maple Grove
Mrs. George Mailey is ill at
School at Maple Grove com-
menced September the 9th with
Miss Delia Brox as teacher.
Hector Henthorne of Barr, is
visiting in this vicinity.
Miss Jennie McKissick and
Charley Grimes visited with
Claudine Karcher Sunday.
Mrs. A. M, Caulk spent one
day last week in Enid.
Hector Henthorne; Inez and
Harry Douglas spent Sundav
with Belle and Birdie Moreo-
Miss <!race Jones left Monday
for Guthrie, where she will at
tend the university the coming
IT. Sprague and wife spent
Sunday with A. E Green and
Joe Ehler, wife and daughter
Alleene, visited Saturday night
and Sunday at the home of A.
A number from this \
Miss Helie McKeever spent
Thursday with Miss Grace
Miss Edith McKissick, teach-
er of the Sunday school primary
class entertained the class at her
home Friday afternoon. Re-
freshments of ice cream and
cake were served. Miss Mc
Kissick received several nice
A number of Miss Hellen
Krebs' friends gathered at her
home Inst Tuesday afternoon to
help celebrate her eleventh birth
day anniversary Ice cream and
cake were served by the Misses
■ Grace Burrows an'1 I'laudine
Karcher. They all departed
about six o'clock wishing Miss
Helen many happy birthdays.
The canning club of Kingfish-
er county met Monday after-
noon with Mrs. Henry Krebs
There was a large attendance
and Mrs. Fash was pronounced
a good instructor.
Miss Jennie McKissick, teach
er of class No. 3 of Maple Grove
Sunday school, entertained the
class at her home Friday niglit
A number of different games
wore played and all had a de-
lightful time, Refreshments
of ice crerni and cane were
Keever, Mrs. Sadie Taylor, Mrs
Amos Jones, Willard Beadle and
Mrs. J. P. Kirk left for Topeka
Kansas, to build a new house on
her property there, where she
expects to move and make her
home in the near future.
Bert Cottrell left lastTuesday
for Woodward county, where lie
expects to spend a few weeks
'I'. L. Chappell began making
sorghum last Friday. Anyoio
wanting same will do well focal
on him, as he makes good
Frank Moun teas tie and M i>s
Frazier were married in Enid
last Saturday and the bride was
taken sick with typhoid fever
while in Enid and is still there.
There was a dance at Mr, Oat
Thompson's Saturday night.
J. VV. Murray and wife attend
ed church at Ames Saturday
Mr, Burr lost a horse latt
Mrs. Burr and her mother
Mrs. Bounds expects to stari
for Wichita Monday.
Miss Willie Bourne returned
home from her visit Monday.
D. W. Hill and family and K
A. Falls and family visited th"
home of Mr. and Mrs. Setli
Edwards last Sunday and ice
cream and water mellons were
I J. P. Kirk expects to rent his
| place another year as they are
| D. W. Hill and family called at
The Value of the Dollar
Is measured by the knowledge
and judgment of the spender
It's the value you receive in return for your dollar that counts in
grocery buying, as in everything else. Every caretul manager is
striving to stretch every dollar to the limit. The question is, where
and how can this be accomplished? In regard to the buying of
good things to eat, their is no excuse for this problem confronting
any housekeeper in this vicinity, but if you are skeptical,
come in today—take a good look around—study the ex-
pression of our customers as they examine our goods-—
note the eagerness with which they do their buying. They
are interested and pleased with their purchase. Add
this lo the bright, clean, sanitary appearance of the store
itself—the fresh and wholesome food products and any
doubt you may have had as to the right place to buy best
and most reasonable table necessities will certainly be eras-
ed from your mind for once and for all. Ours btor eis the
greatest economy center of pure food products to be found
We Want Your Poultry
Having purchased the poultry business formerly con-
ducted by Robert Gayer in the rear of our store, we
want everything you have to sell in this line. We
will pay the very highest market price at all times for it
Bring us your Poultry, Butter
and Eggs. It will profit you
fRAKES' CASH STORE
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cliap-
served. Those present were.
Misses Grace Jones, Inez Doug-' ''''' !^ulu'a.v evening.
las, Grace Brox, Belle and Bird
ie McKeever, Ethel Green,
Claudine Karcher, Rose Bailey,
Sylvia Rounds, (irace Burrows.
Alice Spaulding, Jennie and
Ethel McKissick. Messrs. Roy
and Irwin Brox, Wondall Good-
speed, Harry Douglas, John
Bailey, Elmer Hopper, Frank
Payne, Judge, Will and Bruce
Jones, Jim Kingrey, Henry
Croka, Carl Koger, Horace Caulk
Oscai Seiber, Charley Grimes,
Verna McKeever, Charley
Spairley, Will Robinson, Ferdie
Springer, Leslie and Roy
Rounds, Orpha Green, and
Floyd Troyer, Mr and Mrs. A.
Urox, Mr. and Mrs C. T Mc
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A good rain would bo very
welcome in this vicinity.
Edna McVieker called on Vada
Foster Friday afternoon.
Carl Lightle and Roy Fosti r
spent Sunday afternoon with
Joe and August Hursich.
The party at Mr. Hash's last
Thursday night was well attend-
ed and a good time reported.
Vada Foster called on Mrs
Lightle Thrusday afternoon,
Vada Foster spent Sunday
afternoon with Alta Melindy,
Blanche Foster is spending a
week in Hennessey with her
aunt, Mrs. Tom Fawcett,
Mr. and Mrs. Pullium spent
j Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hash.
Vada Foster, Alta Melind.x .
| Irene lieauchamp and Daiss
j Fitiner called on Nannie and lva
I Adams Saturday evening.
Mrs. Crask and daughters
Pearl and Alma, moved to Hen
nessey one day last week. We
were sorry to have them leave,
but wish them success
Quite a large crowd was at
Mr. Adams' Saturday and Sun
day to watch the titling of the
Pearl Bertwell visited a few
days last week with Susie Gill,
Roy, Ettie and Laura Hash
visited their grandma, Mrs.
Gresham near Dover Sunday.
The F J. U is/ rs Modern
Show that will exhibit in Hen-
nessey Tuesday, Sent,ember 17,
is moral, refined and instructive.
We have strings of all kinds, guiti
New Rock Island Time Card
, l'"' graduates of the j No. 12 through passenger ar.5:37a.m
apital City Business College, No. 36 local passenger ar... 9:28 a. m. picks, mandoiin picks, bridges, keys,
>f Guthrie, Oklahoma, draw the ; No.24 " " " 4 53pm b°w hair and all repairs for stringed
No. 32 fast " " 9:38 p. in.;
No. 31 fast passenger ar.. 5:58 a. in. |
No. 23 local " " ,11:31a.m. I
No. 35 " " " 7:51 p. in.
No. 11 through " 9:58 p.m.
The fust passenger, No. 31 will
not stop" here but No. 32 will stop
here for passengers going to McFar-
aiul, Kansas, and points beyond.
The Revised Ten Commandments
1—Thou shalt not talk about any other
barber before me.
2—Thou shalt not shave thyself; neither
shalt thou let thy wife cut thy hair.
3—Thou shalt not handle my tools;
neither shalt thou have 2 chairs to sit on. ;
•I—Thou shalt nut loaf in my shop on 1
5—Thou shalt not smoke cigarettes in r
spit upon my stove.
6—Thou shalt not get shaved and tell me
to charge it, or verily I say unto thee I will
7—Thou shalt not kick.
H—And when the shop is full thou shall
not say unto me. "(io and rake thy razor
on the stovepipe, lest I smite thee."
J —Thou shalt not go two weeks without
shaving, lest 1 charge the double price,
and thou shalt always pay me cash.
10—When thou are in need of a hair
cut, a sea foam, a shampoo or ;i good
shave thou shalt immediately wend th>
way to the
Basement Barber Shop
largi-st salaries of any bus-
iness college graduates in the
state. The reason is plain. This
school gives the most thorough,
complete and extensive courses
of stenography and business
training to be found anywhere
With our ad"antayes of the
modern famous Byrne system of
bookkeeping and shorthand we
reduce the time required for
completing a course from two
to four months over whats re-
quired in other schools.
If you are acquainted with the
average business college gradu-
ate you know they go out and
work in offices as helpers, or
where the work is light, at most
any price to gut a start, many
working for £ii and f.s per week
Phis is not so with the graduates
of our school. Our thorough,
practical courses gives the stu-
dent ti e tra iling and experience
that enables him to go into and
hold the better class of positions
vacated by experienced help,
and thereby draw a good salary
their from the very start. The ad
vanced salary that our students
draw over the salaries reCeivi d
by graduates of other schools
would make it, cheaper for the
students to attend our school
and pay the full rate of tuition
than to attend another school j
with tuition free.
It is a positive fact, that we
cannot supply the demand for
our graduates of bookkeeping)
and shorthand. Write for aid
read our $100 guarantee on page1
ten of our catalogue—read the]
indorsements from f o r m e r
students; note the excellent sal-
aries they state they are receiv-
ing No other school will back
their advertising with such a
guarantee. If you can't enroll
with us now, write us why Our
advice has helped many others
to ac omplish their aim. Write
a confidential letter at once. The
Capita! City Business College,
t! utlirie, Oklahoma
' j instruments. We also have in stock
or can quickly get for you any kind
I of a new instrument you want at
prices you cannot beat anywhere'
H. D. BREWER
Jeweler and Optometrist
CORONA DO LODGE—No. 50,
F. & A. M , meets on the 1st
and 3rd Tuesday evenings of
each month at 7:30 p. m. Visit
ing brethren cordially invited.
A K- Merrill, W. M : H L. Miles,
Hennessey Chapter No. 37,
O. der of Eastern Star, meets ■ —.
.second and fourth Friday every JOHN DUFFY
month. Mrs. Mary Aldrich '
Thome, worthy matron Mrs. r I C i i a
May T Merrill, secretary. l\ea' Estate Agent.
V'(>|]l! is iroilli' to sec Cunul , l?,ttrins an property for sale or trade
' I Durance and Farm Loans. Also
ATTORNEY AT LAW
HENNESSEY. OKI A
pony show at
tem her 11.
Texas Lands for
Rear Fanners & Merchants Batik
ROY v. Woolwine Roland vv. wmolw i n a
Woolwine & Woolwine
Office Over Gilbert's Grocery. North Man .St. ut
Waukonis Mondays and Ihursdavs.
Culls answered promptly.
Disease a Speciality.
Kvery act at the dog and pony
show is a feature and worth
the price of admission. At Hen-
nessey Tuesday, September 17.
F L Boynton, a prominent
Kingfisher attoney, was a Hen
nessey visitor I'Yiday.
ma b Office two doors nortli of l!ic
•korsdo: Clipper Office, on Main Street.
Office Phone No. 9
Proprietor Of I he
Farm loans 011 easy
k your desk, leave your
grouches behind and spend
a few weeks with your old
hopeful, eager, virile self
It costs more to stay at horn'
than to stay in Colorado.
The round trip fares are
very low. You' II come hack
a year younger, renewed,
Any way of going to Colorado is
■ good way, Dfratise it gets you
to Colorado. Rot the best service
is that afforded l v 'he last electric
lighted limited trains of the
Rock Inland Lines
Dm 1 ly to Denver. Colorado SpriitgM and PutbL
Drawing room sleeping cars, ob-
servation car, chair cars, coaches
ftrul dining car scrvicc make every
mile of the journey one of real
enjoyment—the trip itself is part
of your vacation. Details as to fare*
and other information on request.
ay Thompson, Division Passenger Agent
Oklahoma City, Oklahon a
Lxpress delivered, hajr^a.^o * rpn^
fered to and from thedopot, hurry-
up calls promptly attended to.
A. J. Clymans,
Are propi red lo do , II kinds
Promptly on short notice. I reight
in car load and small lots deliver-
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