The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 3, 1913 Page: 5 of 8
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Pure, Healthful, Depuntiabllo
Its active principle solely
grape acid and baking
soda. It makes the food
more delicious and whole-
priced, low grade
alum cr lime
phosphates in the food.
Ask Your Doctor About That
Your patronage is prized by
us us our most valuable asset.—
C. H. Brewer.
The Methodist ladies will serve
dinner and supper on Saturday,
April 19. Everybody invited.
If you have not brought your
spring hat now is the time. See
beautiful line at Mrs. Jackson's.
The Farmers' Store PAYS
CASH for butter and eggs,
always highest market price.
We make all our heavy work
work harness of genuine Oak
Leather, at Cooper's Harness
Mrs. R. Reynolds returned on
Friday from a week's visit with
her son, Charley (ireen and wife,
at Oklahoma City. She also
visited a nephew, Charley Rey-
nolds, at El Reno, on her return
Bert Dunlap left Tuesday night
for Seattle. Washington, where
Good coal oil, 2 gallons for •
25c, 5 gallons for 60c, at the'
The new oil engine and goner- /
ator recently ordered by the j
light plant was shipped out of j
Beloit, Wis., Monday over the
Millwakee and will be transfered 1
to the Rock Island Lines at j
Kansas City. Manager Tathwell
expects to the car here about |
next Saturday and lias every
thing in readiness for the im
mediate installation of engine.
Just in, a line of the latest in
white Shirt Waists in Voiles,;
Flaxons and other new ma-
terials. These waists are the ~~
Hennessey Auction Room andCommlsslon house
/_. F. BLAKE, Auctioneer
1 wish to extend to the Public of Hennessey my sincere thanks for
the kindness that you have shown me since I have been in business
here. Now as 1 have secured my Auctioneer License I will sell at the
Hennessey Auction Room all kinds of Merchandise and Household
furniture. If you have anything that yon want to sell see L. E. BLAKE,
Auctioneer. I will say that if 1 was back in Boston, Mass. 1 would be
one of the oldest Auctioneers in that great city. Now if you have a
farm, farming Implements,all kinds of stock and in fact anything
that is in a houss or around a farm, I will guarantee to sell the same
for as much if not more than any Auctioneer in Oklahoma. It will
be a good thing for you farmers, or men that have merchandise to see
L. E. BLAKE, Auctioneer before letting your sale to any one. See
Blake and don't forget that we run a Repair Shop for -ill kinds of
furniture. Sewing Machines, Guns, Gas Stoves of all kinds and every-
thing you have to fix. Come see us at Brewer's Old Stand, South Main
best and prettiest we have ever
handled for the price. See
them at the Farmers' Store.
The j illiost social affair of the
week was the April fool party
given by the Epworth League at
the home of Mr. and Mrs John
NEWS AS TOLD TO US
lie will begin work on a seven j
months' contract to travel in the i
northwestern states for the P°P« «"> Wednesday n.gliit. April
Yeast Foam Co. of Chicago. I f""1 j"ltes constituted the enter
. , Itamraent of the evening ami
Buy where you can buy theLreated rauch merrltnent ror the
We want your butter and eggs j goods right. The Farmers ■ hliys .mil glrl3 present, who
at the Variety Store. Store is selling good coal oil numbered about, 75. A silver of
I fering was taken for the L'Vigu ■
Harness oiled at Cooper's at
$1.00 per set.
See the beautiful new line
of Wall Paper at Fat Hamer's.
W. R Blackburn can give you
that farm loan at cheap rates.
The new line of groceries have
arrived at the Variety Store.
Henry Fender, of Fairview
was a visitor here Wednesday
See the new arrivals at Mrs.
.Tacksons before buying your hat.
"Cleanliness is next to God-
liness." Clean upyour premises
Miss Jessie Trevartban of,
Kingfisher visited Sunday wiuh
Miss Nettie Liddle.
50 bushels nice juicy apples,
fine flavor, for 90c per bushel;
at the Farmers' Store.
Miss Grace Moles purchased
a tine Weiler piano from the J
•J. La Valley Music Store the first
Phone your orders when in ix
hurry and we will rush out your'
order the earliest possible mo-
For Sale—Black Orphingrton
eggs, 13 for $1. G, O. Ditmars,
2Yi north and 10 miles west of
Hennessey, on route 4. 2t
White Idaho eating potatoes
for 65c per bushel rit the
Frank Bergdoll purchased a
$117 baritone horn for bis da'i-
giiter, Miss Ruby, of the J. J.
LaValley Music Store last weel
Remember the Scott Millinery
has received nevv shipments o f
goods each week, keeping tin'
display there new and fresh anc!
the styles the very latest.
Mr. and Mrs.'J. T. Baldwin
left Tuesday morning i rn medi-
ately after J T. had votfjd in t lie
city election, for Wichita whei'e
they will spend several days
with their son and daughter.
The Baptist church has pur 2 gallons 25c, 5 gallons 60
chased a tine Krieter piano from j <v]rs \yin. Rutherford is plan- J
Prof .1 J. LaValley. |ning to leave for San Monica,'
Pleasing models and modest Cal., to spend the summer with
prices are prominent features at j relatives in the hope that the 1
the Scott Millinery. , change of climate will improve!
Come and eat your dinner her health. Her daughter-in-1 fygpythin'* at Wholesale Prices
next Saturday with the Willing law, Mrs. Bert Dunlap, may ac I ^ sadc
Workers of the Christian Church, company her. j fJarvest ^ ^ sa(,k ,_u,
We solicit your patron age so'e Highest market price paid Choice Patent, per sack
ly on the merit of our goods. We jn ^ASH for butter and eggs Meal, per sack
throw courteous treatment in _ t ^ , | CHIMES
For Sale Cheap
IH II. P. gasoline engine, 000
gallon tank and Tower complete.
Tim TOWN OK Hknnkshky.
for good measure.—C. H. Brewer,
at the Farmers' Store.
Democratic Primary Saturday
The democratic primary, called
for the purpuse of expressing the
choice of democratic voters for
postmaster, will be held next Sat-
urday at the city hall, The follow-
ing are the candidates:
Harry Neal A. W Stephenson '
Homar Sloan U M. Hart
A. W. Westlake G. W. Woolsey
Every democrat who gets his
mail at this uflice is a qualified
! There will he a meeting of the j
Hennessey high school Alumni on
Monday evening, April 7th, at the
Farmers and Merchants National
! Bank. Important business Mem-
bers come without fail.
Ulysses Brittain, Jr., Pres.
Elegant new line of men's
spring trousers just in at the
The following program will I c
rendered Saturday ni^ht, April f,
at the old Opera House by the
Vocal Solo . Floyd VanDuccn
Reading Mae Cullum
Piano Solo Mildred Farwell
Vocal Solo Everett Miller
Reading Gertrude Annan trout
Vocal Solo Jack Henry
Oration Clyde Gould
Vocal Solo Mat tie Cornier
Violin Solo . Willard I .irrow
Vocal Solo Hazel limner
Debate. Subject "Resolved That the
United States Should Establish a Protec-
She I h i Over
( Faye Crawford
( Tom Holme
The Hennessey liijjh School
entered into a musical, athleti ■
literary contest. The contest
If she loves him, that is her business.
It he loves her, that is his business.
If they get married, that is their business.
If they want good groceries, that is our business.
be held at Marshall, Friday ni Mit,
Part of the above program will be
ia the nature of a contest to deter-
' ' ™ mine who shall repersent Hennes-
Briny in Your Produce! seyat Marshall, a s.m.11 ;>d„us-
sion fee of ten cents will be charged
for the benefit of the Athletic As-
Fresh Vegetables at this store
Prompt delivery is our hobby
Wdlburn & Co.
All kinds of shoe repairing at
Cooper's Harness Shop.
T. E Howard shipped out a
car of Poultry to eastern mar-
kets this week.
Our shelves are full of new
fresh groceries. Give us a trial
—The Variety Store.
Don't forget the dinner served
by the Willing Workers of the
Christian Church next Saturday
at the John Overton building.
White Canvas Oxfords in
new spring styles for women
and children at 65c to $2.75
at the Farmers' Store.
High class millinery? Why, at
Mrs. Jackson's, of course.
S. A. Rogers, of Dot'er, Route
3, proprietor of the Red Biid
Farm, who is a chicken fancier
and ulso some farmer, has laid
in a supply of tine stationery
from the Clipper, that include
a price list of Ivliod e Island Red
eggs, bis specialty.
The Scott Millinery has a new
hat for you.
Why cook when the Methodist
ladies will serve you with dinner
and supper Saturday, April 19
FOR SALE—Household furn'-
ture at private sale—Wm. Ruth-
erford, above Electric Theatre.
Newest designs in the latest
shades in wall paper at the
Hamer Furniture Store.
The Epworth League will give
a concert at the M. E. church on
Thursday night, April 17. The
program will consist of readings
and music by home talent, and
due to the popularity of the
League, and to the fact that some
of the best talent in town will
take part a crowded house will
no doubt greet the performers.
Mew line men's silk hats for
summer at 65c to $1.00 at
the Farmers' Store.
Eat with the Methodist ladies
Saturday, April 15. A good din-
ner and supper is assured.
The sowing machine given
away by the Pope Cash Store
The County Teachers' Association
will meet at Kingfisher on Satur-
day, April 5th, at the Baptist church.
This the meeting of the association j
which was postponed on account of
bad weather from March 15th, and
the same program with a few ex-
ceptions will be carried out. The
Saturday was presented to M iss program is an excellent one and
A. Johns, who held the lucky'will prove most interesting. A
number. Quite a number have good attendence is expected.
DT A Plastering and Lathing, Plain or
i 1 i^IYllVIVJ Ornamental. Patch-work a
specialty. Good work at the cost of the other kind,
estimate on what you desire
done. Phone 61. Residence 132.
NOBLE S. GRAY
Buy where you can buy th ^ spnn"r
cheapest. Fine White eating That il pays lo adverfe ('n
. „ ~ riinmr) was again demon-
potatoes, specia (for Satur day, tstralcaP^lus wc,k when James
April 5, at 65c per bush el at Harding ordered his Langshan
the Farmers' 'Store. ad discontinued because he
The appear a ce of t! jp stork
last Saturday, ladene.d with a
precious br.rden y0 jght j>y lo
the Albert W. home, and
a baby bo- -s m) ,vT taking up
everybod^^ uttentic n. Mr. and
Mrs flakes' many l'riends are
roVoicing with them.
' could not till all the orders that
resulted. Mr. Harding sells
Buy where you can buy the
goods right. The Farmers''
Store is selling good coal oil
2 gallons 25c, 5 gallons 60c.
New and 2nd Hand at unheard of low
prices. We can sell you a good suit for
as low as $2 and as high as $12, $12 will
buy a $35 suit. We have got the goods.
Let us show you.
M_,., Q|,np- $4 and $5 shoes for $1.25
New Snoea anj $1 75 Children's
Shoes—$2 and $3 values for 75c and $1.
Ladies' Garments * ^eT auo
have trunks, etc. Prices way down.
The Sanitary Clothing Co.
Opposite Hennessey State Bank
A. W. WESTLAKE
Farm Lt int'S Insurance
First door s witll "of Hennessey Clipper
vliss Lyda Cain spent Satur-
day night with lva Maxwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hopkins
spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foster.
Alta Melendy, Mable Carver,
I Vada Foster and lva Maxwell
spent Sunday with Anna Lightle.
Gracie Hopkins spent Sunday
afternoon with Blanche and lies-
! sie Foster.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Young
spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs.
The party at Larsen's Tues-
day night was well attended and
all report a good time.
entered the contest for the piano
and the diamond ring and many
are working hard for votes
The names of those who have
been entered in the contest are:
Miss Mabel Hicks, Mrs II A
Frakes, Miss Ethel Miller, vliss
Graca M res, Miss Ella Elani-
gan, Elva Sanders, Mrs. J. J.
Greer, Mrs. Mary A. Lloyd, Miss
Hazel Brewer, Mrs. Agnes Wil-
liams, Miss Eva Payne, Mrs.
Florence Fen ton, Miss Pearl
Bertwell, Miss lula Morrow,
Mrs. Rosa L Beaman, Lillie
Sturfeon. Names of contos'.
ents may be entered ten days
after March 1 29tti and still
receive the 2300 free votes given
by the store. After the ten davs
have expired names may still be
entered but no free votes will
l or Sale Cheap
JH 11 P. gasoline engine, GOO
gallon tank and tower complete.
The Town Of Hennessey.
Chickens 14c per pound
Fourteen cent.-, per pound for
From our stock will give you much better
satisfaction than the ordinary variety
as we handle only those of top-notch
quality. If we are not already supplying you
with your violin, guitar and mandolin
strings and other supplies we hope to do
so in the future.
Violin players should try one of our solid
silver wire wrapped G strings at 50c. The
tone Is for better than that of the ordin-
H. D. BREWER
jf.WE.LE.R AND OPTOMETRIST
lions and .-six cents for roosters
was the prevailing price for
poultry in Hennessey this week.
See the stylish new tailor-
ed linen skirts for $1.25 at
the Farmers' Store.
Friday, April 4.
Miss M. Myrtle Foote, returned
missionary from Turkey, will |4ive
a lecture at the Congregational
church at 7:30 o'clock Thursday
evening, April 10th, The admis-
sion is free but a silver offering will
be taken for the work of the "Wo-
man's Board of Missions of the In-
terior." Miss Foote is an interest-
ling and instructive talker and her
lectures linve been heartily com-
' mended to the churches of the state.
Ik or her, she has someting inter-
esting to tell you. Everybody invited!
Clarence Becomes a Benedict
Friends of l>r Clarence II El-
liott, a son of Mr. and Mrs. .!,
H. Elliott, of ibis city, will bo
surprised to learn of his mar-
riage to Miss Eva. Reynolds, at
Elk City, Okla , on Easter Sun-
day. The young people will
moke their home in Cheyenne,
Okla , where the groom has a lu-
crative practice. Clarence's
many friends here will extend
sincere good wishes tor a luturo
without shad >w.
If you are particular about tha
style and fit of your spring hat,
see Mrs. Jackson.
Game called at 3:00
That every added ub-
icriber help* to make thi*
paper better for everybody
This horse will make the stand of l'U I
On Old Jim Vance Farm, 3 miles
north and Yi miles west of Dover
and 5 miles south and S mile west of
GROVEK is a strawberry roan, w< i ;l t.
1 GOO. PERCHlikON and copper boltui.
Terms. $8.00 to insure cult to stand unil
suck. Mares traded or sold to forfeit in
suruuee and service fee becomes due at
ouce. Cure will ! ■ taken to prevent ueei
denU but will imt be responsible shoul I
JOHN E. BENNETT
Manager and Owner
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