The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 6, 1913 Page: 2 of 6
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&4 TURDA Y—Is Special Cloak Day
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At the Great Emory Mill Remnant Sale at JONES9
Many of the famous and well known PARMER GARMENTS are included in this Great Saturday Special, andall other
garments offered are of styish cut and are well tailored. We have as nice a ineof Cloaks, rar-,n M PIush
the county. All the new colors and materials—Sturdy Tweeds, Cheviots. Chinchilla, Boucle, A trachan, Caracul, Plus ,
Fancy Mixtures and many other materials. It hardly seems possible that any woman in this vicinity could wanta coat
that is not to be found in our store. We are making big reductions on cloaks in this Great Emory Mill Kemnant Sale.
SATURDAY SPECIAL—Cloaks at $3.90, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50. $10.00, $15.00 and up.
Great Mill Remnant Sale
A T JONES' Watch for Green Tickets
Down 1050 Feet
Another Oil Company
Will Be Chartered by Hennes-
sey People Buy Lease
The sale of nil oil lease in the!
Cushing oil field the past week to
Hennessey people by H. (5. Barker I
presages the formation of another I
oil corporation by local people, j
The lease purchased, joins the fain - |
ous section 7, township 17, range 7,
on which B B. Jones has struck so
many big oil gushers. With wells
within 450 feet of this lease making
from a 100 to 300 barrels per day,
this lease looks like a find for the
purchasers. The lease is considered
one of the choice properties in the
Cushing field and was only secured
by the keen insight and quirk
decision of Mr Barker, who is rapid-
ly coining to the front as an oil ex-
The stock in this company, it is
said, will be placed on the market
some time next week and will prob-
ably be quickly sold.
Cash Sale Draws Bia Crowd
Fully three hundred people al-
ien led the F, ti. Cash ^ile held on
Wednesday of this week and adver-
tised last week in ti e Clipper, and
they were there to buy. Every-
thing offered was quickly sold by
Auctioneer Murphy, and at a good
price. His team of mares brought
$402.50, his milk cows from $80 to J
$91, brood sows from $35 to $40;
per head, corn 83c a bushel and
hay 52c a bale. His buggy brought I
^7(i. It was easily one of the best!
small sales of the season and shows j
that there is a good market forj
''No Cap—1 am not in your class, j
thank you, and 1 thank the mayor
of our city, the marshal, the night- |
watch, Huerta of Mexico and thank (
my mother's prayers With out!
them I might have been in your
class arid b. en selling potatoes by
the sack, $1 trunks for $t>, 80 yards
of calico for 100 yards, might have
paid one farmer 45c per bu.,- for
plums and sold them to another,
farmer for 95c per bu. Yes or un-1
dtrmine my competitor by trying
1 to rent his business place from un-
der him Yes, 1 might have with-
drawn my name from the church
roll when they needed a new
Church house. Yes, all this I might
might have done and more, but
! would I reach that heavenly shore?
Clyde t5. Hilliard of Moun-
tain (Jrove, Mo , visited friends
Dr. A. B. Cullum left this morn-
ing (Thursday) for Chicago where
he will attend a convention of the
surgeons of the Rock Island lines
Friday and Saturday and will also
be present at a general meeting of
the medical association of the
United States next week when the
largest clinic ever held in America
will be conducted.
Dr. N. Rector will have charge of
l)r. Cullum's office. Dr. Cullum
will be absent a week or ten days.
Territory is Broadening
Meet in New School Building Mrs. Cookson Passes Away
Col J L. Murphy booked a public
sale two miles north of Oklahoma
City Sunday evening, for Friday,
November 14th. From present in- i
dications Col. Murphy's territory
will soon embrace the entire south-.
The meeting of the County Tea-!
chers Association will be held at
the new school building on Satur-
day, November 8th Arrangements
for the program during the day and
at night, when a special program
will be given followed by a ban-
quet to be served by Falconer &.
Hainlen, are completed and every
I effort has been made to make this
meeting especially good.
Big Duroc Sale Thursday
| The Frank Sylvester Pure Blood
Duroc Hog Sale, dated for Thursday
| next, Nov. 13th, at the Elm Grove
! Farm, just southwest of Hennessey,
' promises to be one of the large
hog sale events of this section of
' the state. The sale will be opened
after the serving of a free lunch at
12 o'clock noon. Col. Reppert, one
Mrs Nancy Cookson passed away [ Officers of the Pan Handle Oil Co.,
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. who are putting down a deep well
S. T. Stratton, three miles south of two miles from Keystone, received
Hennessey, on Saturday, Nov. 1, at word Tuesday evening that the
the ;>ge of 85 years, 11 months and drillers were down 1050 feet. They
l(i days. Death was due to the have been at work about two
infirmities of old age. j weeks.
Funeral services were held from ,,, ,,
the home at 1 o'clock Tuesday af- Elva Well Shows up Well
ternoi n, and were conducted by j|le pUmp was started Wedner-
the Rev. II. E. McWilliams, pastor (|ay rnorning on the well recently
if the Methodist Episcopal church [)roug(it Jq foy the Elva Oil Co., in
the Bartlesville field and at noon
sixty barrels had been pumped
without apparently lowering the
oil m the well, according to reports
received by officers of the company
here. The officers are well pleased
with the showing made.
E2! Farm Loans and Insurance
MITCHELL & PEPIN
At Hennessey State Bank
Commercial Lump $6.50
Fancy Lump $7.50 a ton
Nut Coal $6 Delivered. Phone 84
Burke Bros. Trans. Co.
Will Occupy New School
School will be opened next Mon-
day morning in the new school i
building, according to present plans
of the school board and the work of j
transferring the desks and other
equipments will begin in earnest
Friday, on which day it is planned
j to dismiss school to facilitate the
removal. Many of the boys from
J the high school will be pressed in- j
to service and the board hope to j
have everything in readiness Mon- j
Over $200 per Acre
Nearly $220 was realized by M.
F, Jones from an acre of feterita j
planted ou his place south of town j
during the past season. Practically j
the entire crop was sold for seed j
and it is a safe bet that there will j
be more feterita planted in tliisj
section next year.
of the greatest auctioneers in the
country, will be in charge of the sale
and will be ably assisted by C> 1. J.
L. Murphy of Hennessey and A. L.
Burgess, of Nash, Okla. This sale
has been extensively advertised by
Mr Sylvester, who is thorough in
everything he undertakes, and will
draw hog fanciers and stock raisers
from nil over the state and south-
west. Fifty hogs will be sold, all
Dedication Set for Nov. 23
The dedication of the Baptist
church will take place Sunday,
November 23, according to an-
nouncement of the trustees. While
the day's program has not as yet
been completed, a day of much in-
terest to members and others is
All our $4 50 values in
ladies hats, nicely trimmed
special price *3.48 at Ehler's.
hope or lacked faith.
A Word About Prescriptions
Prescriptions are written to suit your individual
requirements. We compound every prescrip-
tion in a scientific and individual way. That's
why you get results when we fill them.
Bring Us Your Family Recipes
D1NKLER, THE DRUGGIST
of Hennessey. The remains were
intered in the city cemetery. B|Aiy ul
Nancy Litner Cookson was born without
in Beaver county, Pennsylvania, -
November 15, 1828. She was mar-
ried to S. P. Cookson in Beaver
county in 1848. Soon after their
marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Cookson!
moved to Hancock county, Ohio. Hundreds of satisfied CUS-
Here six sons and four daughters .in
were born, all of whom are living torners are carrying bundles
except one son, Milo. ' and packages out of our doors!
In 1879 Mr. and Mrs, Cookson „ ,,, . e
and family moved to Dickinson Some of them have come from
county. Kansas, and in 1901 Mr four counties and they are
and Mrs. Cookson came to Kingfish- stj|| coming.. Last Saturday
er county. Mr. Cookson s death was greatest day in our
ioccured in 1907, and since Mrs . . p. l o i.
Cookson has made her home with business history. Next Satur-
her daughter, Mrs. S. T. Stratton. day promises to be even
Mrs. Cookson united with the greater. New and startling re-
United Brethern church at the age Auctions on Cloaks for Satur-
of?1' and after coming to Kansas j next> |iavg notpur.
united with the Methodist Episcopal „ F,
church She has been affiliated chased yours, buy it Saturday
with the Sevenday Adventistchurch at Emory s Mill End Remnant
since she came to Oklahoma. She Sale at JONES, Hennessey.
has lived a consistent christian life
since her conversion and never lost
KENT1—Good 4 room
See Bud Rogers.
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