The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 8, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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THE CLIPPER ""in 1872. reshlingthere'
talorre ill lhe poke,m.-i. u,
> M >l|d ,\ INN 111 it 11 •• I
''OWN^H AND Pi HI ISHKi:
1 StBSf (flPIlOV P ICt, $1.00 * YUR.
Death of H. C. Nichols
Ut*iry Craig Nichols, furiner v
of 'Hennessey,' died .it his houi"
near Tex mo, Ok la., Dec-mber
5:30 O'clock in , a_" ij
b'J years, I! months and 10 days
lie iiad been alllicted for the last
2r> years of his lift* but Imiv his
affliction with Christian foi i tud-
and passed pea • • • fuiIy aw a Hi
was seemingly in hi;, usual health
until about two hours before Ins
death. His children did not > i
spqct the grim me.ss.'iig.-i si
mar to rob them of their lowd
Mr. Nichols was born in Mm-,
fftin county, Qlii >, Sept 2o. |s .
lie was united in marriage with
Miss Sarah Pratt on Sept I J,
l-.'i". Eight children bless,, i
tiii* union, tive of whom are liv.
iiisf, In Mr. Nichols iiinv.'ii
1.. the then far west, settling in
Johnson' county, Iowa, near Iowa
<' ty. where lie remained until
I til!, when lie responded to Ins
country's call and enlisted i*i the
evil-war on Sept. ll', ifttii', m
Co I, tith Iowa. Vol Cavalry,
lie was mustered into service as
" i <U rly sergant and later was
promoted toBeeorld h eutenant.
lie was honorably d is charged at
Davenport, Iowa, (Jet. :'!<!, I • .>
Hofyre enlisting in the army Mr.
N ehiils purchased a farm in
lien ton county, Iowa, and was
preparing to move in the near
future when Iip enlisted. Uur.
iutr his absence the family tuov "i
to this farm to which he return
ed after heirn* discharged and
l"sided these until 1 ^7(5, when he
lemdVed to Shelby county, 1 . v.,
and here he lost his wife on K. li
la, 'JQhe following year he
removed to Adair county, Iowa,
residing titer,e until III iiiu wh.ju
he cilttie tri (),Ul,i|io ..a, sebUmy.
near Hennessey, and remaining
here until Kll'ii" wlieii Ire went to
lioger Mills County, (i >11 . his '
last earthly home.
In lie un.it.ed with the. M
K church of Which he was u
member at the time of his death,
lie was a V'ason, being1 i mem-
ber of Lilentia lodge No. Hill, o|
Shelby, Iowa;' and was also a
mem her of the Grand Arinv of
the Republic, of Hick N ates I'isi
No :!(>, Department pf Iowa
I wo sons,', tiirec daughter
three f>rahdcliildron,'iHio broth,
two sisters, utile1.- ivlati.vcs inn
many ,friends are left to main
his depart m e.
four years, when lie again removed
to Kansas, ri siding in Cowley coun-
ty for sixteen y ars He came to
Oklahoma with that memorable
crowd of homeseekers in April, 18K!I,
and lias resided here since that
At :h > request of the dinue I |no
religious services were held, but
o'ter tlie choir had sung, "Sweet
Memory s Call, the following poem,
a favi rite selection of his, was read
"When o'er my cold tin.I lifeless clay
The parting words of love are said.
And friends and Kindred met to pay
llns last fond tribute to the dead, |
Let no si rn priest wilh solemn drone
A funeral liturgy intone.
Whose . reed is foreign to my own
I..a not a v\ ,rd lie whisjtered there
In pity for my unbelief;
In sorrow that I could not share
'lhe views that gave their souls relief:
My faith to nie is no less dear,
No less convincing and sincere
I linn theirs, so rigid and austere.
Soda,Doi„s,„"K.W„K |J,|£ fRH
Tells of Cure for Meningitis
Because of the present serious The U. T. D club was entertain-
spmal e • -i liti. us in lex- by Frank Lelnon at his ,((U
a,sa'"1 m °'w'h w«Pr« home northwest of town on Friday
,h/'.f"' ' Which appear night There was a full attendance
ed in the Bm ( mty (Texas) ;of club members „resent and
C. L Mistro:. .
"1 have hail
But rather, let the tile faithful few.
W linse hearts so close were knit to mine
'I hat they with time the dearer grew.
Assemble at the day's decline;
And while the golden sunbeams fall
In Hoods of light upon my pall
Lei them in Soften tones recall
nine e\|ierieiiee with
meogingitia which might prove val-
uable to your reader- I once lived
at Cleburne. A f irmer came to the
store and proceeded t i tell me his
experience with two cases which he
had in his family. He had two
| firown daughters. The first one
took the disease thp doctor was.
called in and the fiirl died. The
'other '.'irl t<* k it He (the farmer)
immediately applied turpentine to
i the entire spinal column and after
applying a flannel cloth over the
spine he rub: -i the spine with a
hot iron I listened to his narative
with interest. It happened that r
year or so alterward I had a similar
case at home. My son, eight oi
niae years old. took the disease. I
The sysnpt >ms were
| * '""vig iJi I Jtllt Ullil
' <i" r^>nce 1' j a jolly good time was had. Pro-
gressive Some'R'Set was played.
over old makes
Ulysses Brittain making high score
lhe much enjoyed refreshments
were served by Misses Lois and
June Lemon One of the pleasant
features of the occasion was the
ride in the moonlight out and back.
p.iins in the body and the moar
symptom, which I readily recogniz-
I e .1 was extreme dii iti.jn of the p i-
' p is of th ■ eye The black of the
jl noticed tip e nipi'itns in the
j morning and prepared at once the
i ordinary irons used to iron clothes
I kept a fire in the kitchen stove
and had a flannel rag ready, I told
j my w ife that as so.in as he noticed
the boys head beginning t i draw
lon^ backward to send l',r me at once
| Some time in tfi • afternoon she
for inc. I hi
1 lie fallowing paper oil Teaching tlie
li.Idren the Value of Money and How to
V ail It. was written and read by Mr~.
lulia Woolsey at a recent meeting of the
' II and Mrs Woolsey, only after
iinh h p.-rsipision of the other members of
the Union, who believed the good sense :
Hid practical ideas in the letter would aid
other mothers in the teaching of their
Tnldren along th*se important lines, con-
sented to have it published:
Kver and again the Divine Providence I
istonishes the world by taking the little .
things to confound the mighty. The
founta ins of mighty streams are hidden!
way in humble pools, and so it is with I
tlif great man or woman they are first i
the little child whom the mother or some |
one else holds by the hand patiently I
ik . uiacne i tea. lung the little one of God and human- ;
c >iii iii n.
Some tender memory of the dead. | -
None virtuous ni", some word of power. | eye becomiag Yt ry
Which I. perchance, have done or said.
By loved ones treasured lo that hour;
Tell how the race of life I run,
I lie blessings I deserved i>r wyn,
And aught of good I may have done
Following the poem, Mr Renshaw
an oi l and valued friend of the de-
ceased, delivered an oration
the line of thought- of which Mr
( ole was an earnest believer. It i
may not . be b£
said of hi111 -th' deceased—that l.e
posse:,sed the dignity of honest con-
; viction, and that he was brave
enough to live as lie believe I to be
right, after a lifetime of diligent re-
search and tireless investigation If
j there he one thing more than an-
ther that mankind honors and ad-
mires, it is a brave man, and such
was he; a man of high moral princi-
ple, just and honorable in all his
dealings with his fellow men; a
devoted husband, a kind, indulgent
father; one who by his thorough
sincerity commanded the respect of
all who knew him well, and one
whose influence an I presence will
be missed by many warm friends
and neighbors wha h ive grown to
know and value his usefulness to
the community in which he has
lived for twenty three years, by his i ,
f employ of tin- >1 .;rot-M mu e.im-
enterpri.se, earnestn ss of purpose ,
i • ., . ... | p.my. Wliil !u w.i: very y inns' at
and uprightness of character. , ,
ti ,, , 'he tune lie may remember tlie ex
lhe lemams were followed to
i it> and the care of material things which I
I tioil has placed in its hands. Now this,
j we tin.I. t ikes hard sense coupled with
j arictir d painstaking care instead of
| theoretical gusli and rant. How pretty
some things sound on paper. They sound
so big anil well rounded out. but when
we undertake to apply them we find
them misplaced .ami realize that we must
modify them ur discard them altogether
and thus we soon learn that we must
think out every step of the way.
You probably remember that you first
save your child live or ten cents with
which to lm> candy and you stood by and
taught it not to select the highly colored
...r the cheapest candy for fear of poison
or acid and you taught it also how to buy
some of its toys. Oh. how your boy long-
ed and begged for an air gun when he
was too young to safely use it with his
| seat for m I b' . 'I at once an- I l''a>i1"i"es, and you kindly and firmly
nnre.is ly i ..I; #4 . I i linn uinlt?rstcin«l that a pouUun was
plymg the turpentine, and then ap- } Vet Il„- safes,, and in such Tanner w!
It' 1 iron until the back trfl l,!fn 10 ,my f"r lhe household first
, hi small matters then in greater. How
j,1m ' tlie spiiul | pleased I was when my boy came home
I and said: 'Mama potatoes are ninety
a, . inn i n i« ,1 ("nts a bushel, I didn't buy them. Ou^ht
■ t.f , to tilt* we not use more eggs and other things
patient I |( i'< t i ' doctor and l1"1 s" IJthought, good for you, my
wont ,1,1 , . I , , . , tX'y >ou ure learning the lesson of practi-
went on appl , rein*, dy Ihelciil economy ami in the future it will
crises conies wln'ii tlie (1 .id begins rv' y'[u wr" ' answered, not caring
to draw hack and 'Yit i tlie proper | but 1 wished 'to encourage'^'him^iTthe
time to hi; t r til. spinal column il,rol"'Why yes, son not use
, I so many as we have been using.'*
Ill my op 'lion pre. p| , , ion is nee- i • When a child learns that you trust and
essary^md lilt i! v happens h\' (i I"'' "I "ti it. it does so much toward liold-
,, , ' '"i! u true to that trust Oh, ihey will
the moment inlervcn:,: • h.'tween j make mistakes now and then, but 1 would
the time the c. is • ,■..a11*. which is los'; some n^ney than hove them
when the head hegins to draw hack
and the lane tin lo ; u arrives. I
believe the blistering process is a
ind for that reason I am
Look them over
North Main Street
boys spending money and permit them to First puhlishe I in Clipper Feb 1 1912 3t
walk to town nt'fnr snnnur with t ha hlrod
walk to town after supper with the hired
men, who were ignorant dissolute fellows,
who lured those boys into the saloon and
that money w;ts spent in the foolish
manner which a saloon holds forth and
those boys received their first lessons in
the wasteful and harmful spending of
their allowance, while their mother, a
wealthy widow, was so busy making
money that she let her boys just 'grow up.'
She said to me in after years of her old-
est boy. Oh, I am so di«sapointed in him.'
nut what could she expect when she had
not taught the boy proper principle, nor
thr value of money, which she knew he
was squandering. She never taught hiai
l? things, she and her foreman did
fhat- The Smart Set says of money:
Children cry for it; women sigh for it,
men lie for it.' Now that is a homely!
not sugar coated. 1 am glad they let the
womeu o with a sigh instead of murde
THK STATE OF OKLAHOMA:
To William .J. White, Annie Jane Fowler,
Rach l <)verton, I N White, John H.
White Amanda Stansell, Allie Rein-
hardt. Francis M. White, Sherman
White, Eva Payne King, Charlie Payne;
all the heirs "i Lewis M. White, de-
ceased, names and residence unknown;
all the heirs and devisees of Khoda
Payne, defeased, names and residence
You vv ill please take notice that you
have been sued in the District court of King-
fisher County, Siate of Oklahoma, by Lilly
K. Wilson n in action wherein said Lilly
K Wilson is plaintiff and you and Margaret
Lewis are defendants, and that you must
answer the petition of said plaintiff filed
ia said court in said cause, on or l>efore
the 15th day of March. A. D. 1912, or
grow up ignorant of the value of money
and tlie sensible spending of the same.
1 will remember my first experience in
buying for the house when I was a young
housekeeper Among other things speci-
fic!. I made an order for matches. I
noticed the clerk smile, but when 1 got
home and counted thirteen boxes of
i i ... i porieac: ;i n ■ ! • •;ine verv
their last resting plac 111 the Oak I . , , .
... V . ! exeiteil and 1 ha.', in chain1'
\ lew cemetery hy a larg ■ concourse i .•
... i.i , , , ; 11 "IS Wlth "i : 'it who
ol friends, the c isket t rape in t i" , •
c ti , .... ... ' , when the inns were ai.tli'il. I
fouls ol Old Olory, the untlying wit.. i . ' . .
iiri . , Hesitated to \\iit * voii tins icitcr
emblem of the nation he fought to !,
aati i >. ii j Because these are usually treated
save, was lowered by six comratles, .
i ,t , i witii incredulity; but 1 concluded
brothers in tint givat common
that it was my daty to humanity to
Obituiry -Sm i l !). C )lz
Samuel Dillon C >1 • wis b irn i
Indianap ilis, In li 111 O n •;
1840, and die I at his Iriai'ii'ir
Diver,Ok,la,., Februiry :i 1912 a: I
71 years, 1 nnntlH an I 2-1 lavs
He was married to Dir.i hy K >hl
myer at Kirksville, Mo., August lc
1H,)H TherV were h irn to the tin
ion six children, of w!i > 11 tvi
children, witli tin widow a id s. v
eral grauuchild'ren snrvivv. lim a .
lost his mother doing his inl'an
and a few years later his fath.T I i
down his .life for his couatry in t o •
United States war with M wi i
When a yimiig man of twenty tin
Mr. Cole responded to his natinti
call fur volunteers and enlisted in
Company M, 2nd Missouri Militi
being lioiinrahly disidiai L'. .1 fruai
service at Keatsville, Mo at ll.
elose uf the war in 181; I
Mi Cole removed to i, \ .
cause, while the choir sang softly,
beautifully, "Will I h y Miss Mt
When I'm Gone."
" Hieniufllcd (Iruin's sail mil lias l ent tie
soldiers' last tattoo;
No more on life s parade shall meet, thai
hrave and fallen few.
On fames eternal earnping ground, their
silent tents.ire spread.
And (.lory guards, with solemn round, the
hiviu.al' ol the dead."
writing you this letter
the people i o );iid know tiiis and i m:"c,ies- '• t0°. s' lled. But I thought,
i ti i r .. . I ;ve" as t0 money, it isn't much of a bite,
<]lll(,KI>, too iii. .>.,y i ieler to is | Imt ns to matches, it certainly is lots of
Louis >. i . m Hou eon in the f'™1''1' Yon will understand I had my
lesson hy experience and not guidance.
I never bought matches that way again.
It was a long time before I had occasion
i.i buy them in any way.
"Il i wise to allow children little plea-
Hies. lo consistently furnish them witli
I'livlhings, games, books, papers and
I iiisic. allowing them a hand in (he liuv-
oig of (lie same and when giving a party
h ive them to figure up and know what
was the cost. Oil, ynu may say, that is
Celling things down to a fine point, b
it? Well th.it is one object, for thereby
v. e are developing the judgment uf the
child and whenever occasion requires ii
will be able lo exercise that judgment.
The child must necessarily have some
individual spending money, but that is a
lore and a snare unless they have been
i aught the sensible spending of money,
i knew of one mother who would give her
do so. 1 ha\e spoken since to one
or tw i parties, wii > told me that
they had had similar exp 'rieuees to
mine anil that th
was a sure i lire.'
i.isir,in in inuruer. uic i.un uay 01 ivinrcn, t\ u. 1S12, or
But it is a fact that one of the great the said petition will be taken as true, and
proDiems of the day is for woman to know a judgment rendered accordingly de-
iiw to wisely S|>end money. I hat does termining that whatever estate or interest
not mean that a woman must lie stingy you may have or claim to have in or to
or miserly hut so much is spent in a fri- the following described real estate situat-
volous manner which if turned into prop eil in Kinijisher County, State of Oklaho-
er channels would evolve so much good ma, to wn: lhe northwest quarter of
.nil happiness. I would far rather my Section liflecn, 111 Township nineteen,
child was generous to a fault rather than north, of range five, W. 1. M., to he null
have it stingy and niggardly. 1 and void as against the estate, title and
But you may ask how much can a man interest of said plaintiff therein and en-
spena. Mot more than he can wisely joining you from asserting any estate or
spend. Not as much as some people im- interest in or to said premises and every
aguie and not us much as some Jiave part thereof adverse to plaintiff and every
iried to spend It is not how much but person claiming or to claim under by or
now well it is spent. There is a better through plaintili the said premises or any
ite than that of men who spend all their p«rt thereof.
life in accumulating more money than Dated this :11st day of January A. I).
they need and then spend the wind-up 1912,
;'f _;heir years in giving it away. The (seal] GEORGE H. LAING,
Clerk of the said District Court.
Mooki., Attorney for Plaintiff.
M. E. Church Notes
We invite you to the Methodis
Episcopal church next Sunday.
Inter, ting and helpful suhjec j
will lie discussed by the pastor.
Morning—"The Christian Equip-
in ait for Battle."
Evening —"Idie Necessity ol Re
Sunday school 10:00 a. in., J. I.
Morning sermon, at 11:00 o'clock
.Junior League, .'1:00' p. in , Miss
Ruse 1 lauileii, superintendent
Epworth League, (5:30 p in A L
Evening service 7 111) o'clock
N I'w i Barton, Pastor
•i E. 0. Cash, wil
; one and on. -h.
four mile-, v.v- t
M 'iid ly, I ' l l i. .
al property, c i
I furniture, cane
1 head, cow p. as, an
l'he sale c:>mnienc<
and there will
1 noon Mr and M
peeling to I.' .. about February 1!)
i for La .Lira, San Luis Valley, Colo-
rado. However, they propose to re-
to Oklahom ■ at s une future
and their many fri mi Is here
may not loiu'
Our patrons should always feel lY«.v to store
their private boxes in our vaults.
We Make No Charge To You
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
date, and lite
hope that that
I Mr H. E. Spangl r will h vea tale
1 of personal pi ji.-riy on the old Me
Intire farm ti n mill east and one
and one half mikv outh of Hen-
nessey and four mil, s west and
two miles n.nib >i I >veil on Thins
dav I eli nai y I ■ r to coinineti e
at III oi lin k wiili a free lunch
at noon The -al. include- two
two-year "Id fillies, sired by com-
pany horse; eighteen head of cattle,
j among them some Im,- mildi cows,
■ >0 gix d Plymouth Rock chickens,
a lot of farm iinplcm nts: household
goods and liiimc ous other articles
Mr and Mrs. Spongier intend going
to Idaho in ih ■ spr.n.a| ia 11 h ipjs
of benefiting th ird iu.glite,-'s he.ilih
We are always careful in weigh-
ing our staplegroceriesor inmeasur
ing our vegetables We do not fig-
ure that there is live pecks in a
biishel ol potatoes or tay to get five
|. eks «nit oi o bushel when we sell
tlieni We have a fresh shipment
ol vgetabl, each week and want
vou to try tlieni Phone 7-1
C II BREWER
. . K« 111K "I «iwijy. 1 lie
world nee<ls men who ^ive themselves to
the world, helping to solve the problems
ol today, instead of creating problems for
the next generation to solve. And, as
the stream becomes mighty by gathering
up its tributaries as it rushes on to the
ocean so is the man who is properly taught
the hnancia! problem in the home during
childhood enabled to press forward and
help witli the financial problems of the
home, the school, the church, the busi-
ness and the nation."
Hue to lack of space last week we were
Oil able to print the paper "Vhe Cigaretle
il Growing," by Mrs. A. J. Fisher, win. Ii
was prepared and read hy Mrs. Fisher i:t
a recent meeting of the Bay View Read i
ing chib, but we are printing it this week
"There exists in the United States armv !
today, a crying need for powerful action
against the cigarette, air evil th u ,
slowly but surely dragging Uncle Sam'-,
soldiers to physical decay and running I
our magnificient armv to seeil. Out in I
the state of Washington cigarettes have i
been barred. A recent law makes it ;i i
crime for one to sell or even have in his !
possession one of these 'cittin nails
Ibis is certainly a move in tlie right ill 1 '0' T • -
rection. The cigarette luibit is harmful A ^'"Chants-
... an ex,„,ne degree. ltdopi s th mind _ A POOHD P^CKAOE-
'.■ssens digestion and furicti.inal ,,„wei . ,, | IHF ALTON MERG^NHIF COMPAMY
lestroys the manly instincts, and slowly tMPOl rERS, blenders and packers'"
>ut surely the body is poisoned by th<
nicutine that is absorbed when one is a
slave to this habit. If you want lo le- '
ain th" instinct of superior manhood or
to the very end of your day s, bv il 1111 in ,
ivoid the use of tobacco Th -tobac.. k m.r il„ „l.- r . r
users slowly lull surely loses In higher N
emotional initlncts, the delicate sensi- '®used by poor vision, lint one of
Sv! 5trr^™5sir.fcbhe,"«ammm- ■
I reamer. Ii is often said ih.it lobac.-.i is '' ,'1" 'M> leleivcd hy properly titled
a solace to the nervous system 1-il-iccno w. t..>. ,
Il has u quieting inHuenc-. Ii might " ' moi.em IllStril-
also lie said that morphine bus a similar ine"tS lor lilting lllld guarantee all
though a greater influence. If one . in work Pnni,.,„i , i i
and happiness only in the partial uncoil ' ' " tllliet the place.
sciousness that comes in iis coropltle.
form with death, then tobacco vvill brin •!
you one step in that direction. Tob u-c ,
cannot help to solve your problems
though it may befog your miad and thus'
en hie you to cease troubliug about.Ihom
FARM L. ANS
Low rates I
OF a OUALITY^p
-GOODNESS add PURITY .
that caii ontr be found underj
.1- the alton goods sign. -s
not the only
II. D. BREWER
.Jeweler and Optometrist
Calh answered promptly. Chronic
l>i ease a Speci itiiy.
Office two doors north of the
Clipper Office, on M tin Street.
Office Phone No.
P. r farm loanu on easy terms
I obacco IS a poison to body, soul and
mind. It benumbs your higher eharaci-,
istics, Il lessons your love for home,child
reu and wife; it destroys your opprecia
lion of lhe good things of life, and lasi
biii iioi leasi: il destroys your inanhoo.l
While in the tirst Hush of your youth y n
muy be able louse lohacjo and still n
ain comparatively vigorous iaealth.
Ia> must eonie when you pay in lull
.oiir mistakes and tin price \.ill stem
high, the penalty „ ill seem . , .CI...
ind ll vou insisi upon poisoning youi
biU,' upon doping your nerves Willi it,,
dMUuciiva poison, youoin n .i assured
lb il vou hill pay a high pru.- pin i. ,1
in.l menial eRicieney for this inU,il.-'i ii.. •
We wish to thank nno and ali
"i- their kindlv futsistmco in
wiping us to s.'t-vu qui* d!nnr;r
luesd.iv, h'eb, a, and especially
be Kideiinus liakt-r Murcani il,
"■ Inr their iliination ol tlivir
i^'uail 1 irand canned t^iods tipul
•ollee -Oak View Lartics' Aid.
M. !., KJ5STONE
I.VI'. Sl< MIT iSI'KClAL1ST
iif Kingfisher, nida, will make
trip t,. Hennessey on
eonime uing Jan. 1 c,f
.plesLiilering from weak
,,s !UU' 'l0 ' bi ,s, inllamation
'be lids in,I , ye balls, pain in
eyeballs orluts, temples and
forehead and .,11 other causes of
eye si rain. I will relieve .you of
"ll eve tnelbles with accurate
ii tt.in;1 a", i g| •... es, and spectacles.
I have had over I.I years of
knowledge a id experience uf eye
strain and guarantee you perfect
oil ice at Menu 'ssey with Dr. A
I''. Merrill, the Dentlaton Mon>
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 8, 1912, newspaper, February 8, 1912; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105799/m1/4/: accessed December 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.