The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 3, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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We redeem All Puffed
F^icc or Puffed Wheat
Coupons from maga-
zines or the newspapers.
Rring them to this store!
Garden seed 11
Frakes'Cash Store *s£]|
You can get groceries almost anywhere, but this is place to buy if you desire
a combination of quantity and quality—the most of the best in groceries for
every dollar you expend. A dollar buys much at this ston?. Spend yours here
A Meat Market in Connection
Iowa Cream Separator
Improved New Iowa. We will take in that old separator
of yours and give you your own time on the difference
Cane Seed, per bu., $1
German Millet Seed, SI
Pure Kafir Corn at 75c
Cow Peas Whipperwill 1.50
Seed Sweet Potatoes 3c
Per Pound, good ones
Garden seed v?
subscription pricf, $1.90 \ vi aw.
THE CLIPPER Bay \ lew Club Progressing
The Bay View Reading Club met
with Mrs. C I). Hart on East Okla-
homa avenue, last Thursday after-
j noon. Nearly the entire club mem-
Public policy was the only issue : tersl,iP was I,reseilt Jt wos Plan"!
in Tuesday's election. The decision ned at this meeting for each mem |
is final. Black and blue spots may ,K>r °f the < lubt" I)lant a tree ""
result in temporary soreness that t,e s''" "f new l 'ty ;11"'
soon passes away, but there should «ne tree to l>e planted and dedicat
be no ill feeling. The losers should
abide by the result and adhere to
pre-election promises, as expressed
in their published platform:
believe in the control of the city
government by the people, and at
a'l times think the majority should
rule, and believe in harmonizing Merrill, parlimentarian.
our city factions, and for the inter-
est of all. We pledge ourselves * * j
to pull together and boost for Hen-
nessey first, last and all the time "
The victors are also obligated by j
platform promises and should live up i
to pledges thereia expr, ssed when
New State Hotel Closed Death of Mrs. Flanagan
to the club by the president,
Mrs. W. L. Moore
Officers were elected for the com-
in^ club year as follow- Mrs W
L Moore, president; Mrs. ,J L. Hines,
! secretary; Mrs J, M. Horn, treasurer
Mrs. Fred Elder, criti Mrs. A F
Declared a Nuisance and clos-
ed by Order of County
Judge After Liquor
they stated that "we believe in liv
ing up to the Golden Rule and
pledge ourselves to work for the
best interests of < ur city all the
time, whether tie- ted or not."
It is over and settled. Let us for-
get that there was ever a differ-
ence—even of opinion.
Clean up y< ur backyard and alley
and pile ti e refuse where the gar-
bage man can see it v% hen he comes
around next Friday, Do your part
toward a cleaner better town
Show yourself a good citizen and a
public spirited one
Interest your children in garden
ing and see that they enter the
gardening contest Icing arranged
for the hi ys and gi Is of Hennessey
by th^ Alltog.'th( r, Domestic
Science and Civi ■ Clut s. Tell them
about the prizes and help them get
Ready-ma !e dresses in fresh
pretty colored ginghams and
also in whit i lineners, reatly
made anJ in latest styles at
from $1.7.") to $2.25 at the
Congregational Church Services
Congregational ami luncement
fo• Sunday, Apr Gih.
Sunday School at 10:00 a. n\
Preaching at 11:00 a. m Subject
"A Rational View of the Trinity."
('. E. Services at ti: 1.1
Preaching at 7.30 p. m. Subjict
"Tae Truth Will Assert Itself."
Choir meeting on Thursday even-
All are cordially invited to attend
L J. Gkantham, Pastor.
The membership committee
Mrs Geo. H Truesdell, Mrs. C. D.
Hart and Mrs. F. H. Tathwell.
Delegates selected to attend the
state convention are Mrs W. R.
Blackburn and Mrs. Geo. H. Trues-
dell. Alternates Mrs. A. F. Mer-
rill and Mrs. F. II Tathwell.
Delegates to the district ron veil -
tionareMrs. W. L. Moore and Mrs.
J. M Horn. Alternates: Mrs. John
Duffy and Mrs. Charles Pepin.
An outhne of the coming year's
work, arranged by Mrs. Ehler, was
decided up >n by th ■ club members
In response to numerous inquiries
from different clubs over the state
in regard to the line of work to be
taken up by the clubs, a suggestive
line was giv >n in the club depart-
ment of theOkl thoinan iu last Sun-
day's issue by Mrs. Ehler, which, in
order that the work of the club
here may be uniform with that of
the clubs over the state, the Bay
View club will carry out. The or-
der of work is as foil >ws:
Each sessi ut to op >n with the
Lord's prayer; rnll call, each mem-
ber to be assigni d one roll call fur
theeatire year, using the foil iwing
subjects: Arts and artists, music,
and musicians, conservation, legis
People get out of life what they laws relative to women and
put into it—no moie. children, politics, civic improvement,
| domestic science, public health, the
press, (ivil service reform, history
educ itioa, literature, sociology, fa
mous men, famous woni n, doings
of other clubs, current event'-, in-
ventions, drama, report doing' of
general ft deration, rep irt d ings of
st ite and d's'iict federations, the
playground movement, food sanita-
tion, labor, and vocational training.
(jive liftee 1 mi ii.tt - t parlia-
Give thirty minute; lo th" study
of mythology, fr an state outline.
1 he balance of t i • rei itation time
to the study of th • Bide from na
tional outline, prepared by national
chairman of literature. Mr Frances
Squire Potter, < f Chicago.
The outline of mythology here re
ferred to has been prepared by Mrs.
Ehler, who i chairman of the com-
mittee on literature of the state fed-
The object of the Bay View club
has always been intt I > tu d im-
provement and everything that
The New State Hotel, conducted
for several months by a Mrs. Ander-
son was declared a nuisance and
closed by an order of court last
Thursday. The action followed the
seizure of 24 pints of whiskey the
preceding Saturday by Deputy
Rutherford. When the deputy
came around Thursday to lock up
the place there was a general ex-
odus—so hurried, in fact, that even
the hats were forgotten in the rush
and they are they are there yet
The owner will not be in a hurry to
claim his property, howaver as the
deputy still has something up his
sleeve, and he is a good waiter.
The hotel has been considered a
questionable resort for some time
past and the action of the officer
will meet with the approval of all
The death of Mrs. Martin Flana-
gan on last Thursday evening March
27, same as a shock and a surprise
to our towns people. Mrs. Flanagan
had been in her usual health and in
the evening had gone over to visit
her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Dinkier,
who was quite ill. Sh irtly after ar-
riving at the Dinkier home Mrs.
Flanagan was seize! with a faint-
ing spell, presumably resulting from
heart trouble, from which she did
not recover but passed away about
10:00, despite the fact that every
effort was made to revive her.
The remains were taken to Wich-
ita, accompanied by the family and
Father John T. Hall, where services
were held Monday morning at 10:00
o'clock from the St. Mary's Cathe-
dral, Father Hall officiating, and the
body was laid to rest in the Calvery
cemetery adjoining that city. •
Mrs. Flanagan was born at Dubu-
que, Iowa, Her maidan name was
Miss Johanna Hamilton. After her
marriage to Mr. Hamilton they went
to northern Kansas anil later re-
moved to southern Kansas, when in
Death Claims P. H. O'Connor
The following tribute from the j
which was written by a friend, will j
. be of interest to friends of Mr. and
I Mrs. John Smith, Mr. O'Connor
; w^s a brother of Mrs John Smith, l
of this city.
Patrick Henry, youngest son of
tae late Mr: and Mrs. James O'Con-
nor, died at his home in Perry, Iowa,
on Sunday. March 16, 1913. The
funeral was held at the Catholic
church on Tuesday morning and in-
terment was made in the Violet
Hill cemetery, He leaves a wife,
two daughters and two sons to
mourn his death, besides two sisters
—Mrs, D. W. Kyle, of Darlington,
Wisconsin, and Mrs. John Smith, of
room residence on the lots lying
north of his brick: residence on
Cherokee. The old dwellmgr lia->
been moved to the rear of the
lot, tind will be utilize*! as an ad
Oeorge Grim is adding a sub-
stantial addition to the residence
property recently purchased by
him the southeast part of town
The excavation work for t'1
foundation and basement under
the annex of the new Baptist
church is b?ingpushed and th"
work on t ie ft ui dation it-cl.
Will be startled soon.
T'tie race is on
How many merchandise cards
have you placed? Remember
each card traded out means
— votes for you = —1
"Strike while the iron is hot."
Pope's tasli Store
Leave For Old Home
Mrs. Augus ta E. Sprague and Miss
Bessie Munso a fleft on Tuesday eve-
ning on the " l'iefly for their old
Mr. O'Connor was born in Darling- home in Peai I City. 111., to remain
ton, March, 5th, 1858, and had just indefinitely. Mrs. Sprague has resid-
passed the 55th mile stone in life's ed in Hennesu ey about our ytars
journey when the summons came. an<1 has ma,1> fnends wrh° f* re"
On his Kith birthday he lost his getting her d. 'parttire The Sprague
left limb in a railway accident, the res'dence on South . am stn i1 i<>
fingers of his left hand also being ^een ^easec^ *>y ^ 1 ies' ^ 10
injured. After recovery he learned assumed posse ssion Tuesday
telegraphy; and a year later started j Rea| ^ tate Transfers
to tight the battles of life. I yy V/oodworth & Brown, Abstractors,
Darlington has sent out some J King fisher, Okla.
good great men into the world, but Ca therine B. Binding toll. I. !• itch. w.I
... . , . D to v It 4 blk 36, Thompson s a iil. to Hen-
none better or greater than P. II. n t, s"y $320.
Fred Ehler and wf to Samuel Bayley.
1 w d tu swq of 25-15 ti. $0000.
' John Wilson and wf to Amelia wilson,
after lived there. For seven ye? rs d to nhf of neq ol 13-19-8. Siooo
• f „ ,U„, ' Carol! a. Forbes to Lafayette Brewer.
O'Connor. Thirty-two years ago
he went lo Perry, Iowa, and ever
he. was <'hief operator at that p'.nce
and was later made train dispatch-:
es for two divisions. This 'positron'
he held for fifteen years and nr ver
had a collision in that time, ar id it
is said lie never made a mist jke in
in his orders. He had serve j Perry
as councilman and mayor and at
j of the school board.
On the morning of fUneralthe'
public schools a il(j ;ij] j | e business
| houses in Per' y w.re ckosed, thereby
demonstrat' ;ig tj,f, j^teem in which
he was if jvers;ij;y held . C mrade
of boyr, | days, a !c rg farewell,
May your sleep be as p acefnl as
yoi'.r hi his been noble ant! useful.
t^armi «•••-*— ... , ■ r ■ r
Jr. qcd to equal undivided quarter or Hit
of neq and ehf of seq of 32-1M-"). $17:i
Peter R. Covington and wf to Amy
Green, wd to lots 20-21-22-23, Cherokee
Ad to Hennessey. $450.
John Duffy and wf ti John Marshal,
wd to set) of 28-19-6. $S:>00.
House clearing time is here
and those rooms, smoked by
' Of his death v president the winter fire will need new
wa.'l paper. Pat Hamer has a
new shipment of latest designs.
See him before buying.
Mrs. Jacksm l.-i 1> in stylish,
up tc- late milline -v.
Buildin/ I Jotes
Electt ie theatre a show e
night admission Tic and !<•<•
tends t ma tie betterment of home. 1870 Mr, Flanagan mad hor
and social life and the building up [entry on a farm twelve ■
of their! 0111a town, hence, civic im- Lf Wichita, About iff
provement lias been one of the | Mr. and Mrs. j.']aD
features of tin ir work. They have; three younger
tlerived inn li ><1 from their work Hennessey tr
and much has been accomplished,1 daug'.ter
but the coming year promises grei.t | wife
things for them.
At the close of the business ses
igan witli their
c aildren came to
re side to be near their
Mrs. Dinkier. A good
t " "" and a kind loving mother tic a
11 asse I to her reward, and her de-
C I7-,,*Tia" hope to be able to
CAtSy OirCCl |jve on ..E Street" some
day. Vou have dreamed of that time and fondly
hoped that the day would come before old age.
What are you doing towards it now—Ate you sa\ing
your money. Start now. Deposit your savings in this
bank. Today is the time.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
sion, Mrs. (hiy Collins give an ir
esting reading on life of Mr
ing followed.by a timelier'
solo by Mrs. Roy 13jw
esting and p)
! uiise is being deeply mourned by
>er-, relatives and many friends
Down- Mrs. Flanagan is survived by her
joyed piano husband, five (laughters und three
hmi.ni, enr , r"lan' s<>ns- The < jhildren are: James I +
'P ted an inter- Flanagan, cf Wichita Thomas +
Mrs ( I,-. i 'S;uu meetin^ Flanagan, of Chicago; Mrs John1*
(h „i,, 1r.'S eP'n wiH entertain Knebler, of B ;nton, F.ansas; Mrs. F J"
tut uao at its next meeting, when
several new members will be
j R Watsor 1! lP popular man- j
ag -r of the WtvJ 1(| ,y hardware store, j
j has p', Khair V | jts from Dr. Bow-
I eravM •■u' 1 Kl 8.;Maupln and is plan- j
\t> d ett(, j m 0f n ni, dern two
eifh' no a rtsi enie «arly
,u ' Jie spring, j
Work • ti tli'i n" k 1 iby ball was
suspoiu'el t mp >rarily Tuesday
t'vening, pondin g the arrival of
a car of < hat, v Licit is expected
to arrive any ti I be work
will be j> :s! ed a> rnpidly as pos-
sible ufter its nrr: va'.
Work on the now Ha er brick
is being | us ed ra) '5J17 ami the
structure w 11 stion .03 ready for
Carpenters are pu tt iog the fln-
ishinur touches on i ne.v four
Shoul In't be allowed t i be- ime 10 pre-
nouneid before having th-ide'tct rein-
etlieJ. We examine y "ir si^ht for all de-
fects ( f vision, far or near sight, astig-
matism, asthenopia or anis on e rophia
and make glasses that w.tl eorrrc! the de-
fect and ma'te your vision perfet 1 while
wearing them. Don't suffer from tlefeet-
ive eye s'ght when you can luive it | rop-
erly attendei to by
A. Dinkier, Miss Ella, Patrick, and
Miss Josie Fh jiagan, of Hennessey.
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s HOUSE CLEANING TIME \
Winter will! 500 11 be passing away an I Sprmg l ime J
will be at',,aod This is House cleaning inn? Lin- j
oleums r,ust be put down, new furniture added We +
now i)r ve it for Come in lets tulk furniture.
'TON & SON
Good straw hats for men
and hoys, 10c tt> $1 at the
FOR SAL E_Pure Rhode Island '
Reds I'XJti j from hi<ili scoring
birds at-5c per doz. Rural route
3, phone 11 X)9. j,, B. Moss.
FURNI FliRi: AND UNDERTAKING
Licensed Embaln let Holding Okla. State Permit No. 413
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