The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 6, 1913 Page: 6 of 6
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1U£ CHh^ga. HENNESSEY, OKLAHOMA.
Mr. Frank Lii°ittiu.ii and family
returned last week from Olila
homa Cit.y, wl ere tliey had been
Visiting Mrs. Hrittian's sister,
Mr D. W Hdl and family are
enjoying fresh pork since the
enid spell last « >ek.
Mr. U P. Brittian of llennes
ey was visiting Ins cousin, W
T Brittian last Friday.
Mr Ote Thompson and family
went to Hennessey Saturday to
meet grandpa Clifford, who Ims
been visiting over by Lovell and
Mr. J. .J. Hopper received a
letter from Mrs Hopper saying,
snow was live inches deep out in
Mr. D, VV. Hill and family and
Mrs J. Murry and son Edmond,
spent Sunday with W. '1' Urit-
tian and family.
Charles Snider took n load of
cotton to Hennessey Saturday
and received a good price.
Greenwood Sunday school will
begin promptly at 111 o'clock
next Sunday morning.
T Brittian loft
Hollister, Okla ,
Mr. and Mrs. Davis entertained
several lriends at Sunday dm
ner in honor of Miss Fav Davis
and Mr. Dallas Murphy's birth-
nays. All had an excellent time
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Slooo gave
a farewell dinner at their home
Sunday, complimentary to Mr
and Mrs. Porter. Everyone en
joyed the day immensely.
Mr. and Mrs. Prod Spomer,
Bertha Burge ar.d John Spomer
spent Sunday evening at Byrd's.
Lien Wilkerson visited his cou-
sin George Barnard over Sun-
Mrs, Worley visited several
days last week at Porters. They
Myers & Hinds
We buy Poultry, Butter, Eggs,
Hides and Furs—pay either
CASH or TRADE. We are
prepared to give trade prices.
We give orders on EHLER'S
STORE, the largest dry goods
store in town. Also give orders
on four us good groeery stores
as these are in Hennessey.
Mrs. Jay McGce. of Stcph-
cnville, Texas, writes: ' For
nine CJ| years I suffered with
womanly trouble I liad ter-
rible headaches, and pains In
my back, etc It seemed as II
I would die, I suffered so. At
last, I decided to try Cardul,
the woman's tonic, and it
he'ped me right away The
hill treatment iiv.t only helped
me, but it cured me."
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui he'ps women in time
of greatest need, because it
contains ingredients which act
specifically, yet gently, on the
weakened womanly crgans.
So, if you feel discouraged,
bl' e, out-of-sorts unable to
do your household work, on ^
account of your condition, stop
worrying and give Cardui a
trial. It has helped thousands
of women,—why not you ?
Try Cardui. E-71
left Monday for Iowa to make
their home but we are prophes
ing they will return in the fu-
Laura and Lloyd Goodspeed
spent Monday evening at Byrd's
Clarence Hassler from Texas
City is visiting relatives and
, Prank Freeman has moved on
the farm vacated by Porter's.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spomer,
Bertha Burge and John Sp >mer
visited Flo Huffman Sunday.
All our $4.50 values in
ladies hats, nicely trimmed
special price *:?.4N at Filler's.
Preacher Creek Valley
Misses Mina and Mary Gra-
biII spent Fuday with Mrs. Lin
Iiuth Choate spent Saturday
and Sunday with hrr grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hopper
spent Tuesday at the Frank
Miss Gladys Davis returned
to this neighborhood Saturdav
Hud is now visiting Miss Pearl
Mrs. (irace Bailey spent Sat
urday with Mrs. Edith Fox
The little daughter of Mi-, and
Mrs. Sam Kingery has been
very ill for the past week
Mr. and Mrs. W. Robinson
and son, Willie anil Mr and Mrs.
Elmer Hopper spent Sunday at
the Frank Payne home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufe Choate
spent Sunday at the McGinnis
Miss Minnie Crokaspent Sun
day with Misses Mina and Mary
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sieber and
family spent Sunday at the
Ernest Moery home.
Mr. and Mrs Bowlinger and
family spent the latter part of
tin; week at the Grabill home.
Miss Nellie Shepherd gave a
hallowe'en party to her many
friends, Friday evening. Taffy
]>ulling was one of the pleasant
features of the evening.
A number of young people
from this vicinity attended the
hallo wee n party given by Miss
Bertha Morris. They all report
a tine time.
Maple Grove Items
Chauncy Anderson attended
the teachers meeting in King-
fisher last week.
Miss Claudine Ivarcher spent
a few days liist week with Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Caulk, of
Hennessey visited Friday with
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Douglas.
Mr. and Mrs, John Bailey
visited Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Fox.
Miss Belle McKeever spent
Thursday with Miss Bertha
Messrs Harry Douglas and
Ernest Marquith were King
fisher visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. Drake spent a few days
last week at the C. S. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Hopper
and Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and
family visited Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Payne.
Mrs. Ira Brewer and Mrs.
lvobt. Rounds called on Mrs.
John Brewer Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Croka and fam-
ily, Mr and Mrs. Charles Cope
land visited Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Krebs.
Mrs. Oeorge Bai
home Monday, for Ellis county
after a two months visit with
her sous Frank and Tarlton.
Mrs. Smith Martin and son,
of Hennessey spent a few days
last week at the home ol the for-
mer's aunt, Mrs. W. A. Courtor.
Mr and Mrs A. Brox spent
Monday with Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs S. R Kennott
and children of Hennessey visit-
ed Sunday with Mr. and Mrs,
James Green and family.
(1. U. Bailey and family spent
Sunday with Dave Troyer
Messrs Courter and Brox
were Kingfisher visitors a few
days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Robinson
visited Saturday with Mr. and
Mrs. Eli Robinson.
Miss Inez. Douglas spent Sat
urday and Sunday with Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Karcher
called on Mr. and Mrs. D. P.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson
of Drummond spent the latter
part of the week at the C. S.
and ' Fir t i>ul>li-.it
in Clipper Oct. 30 1913,21
Publishers Report of the Condition of
The Hennessey State Bank
of Hennessey. Oklahoma, October 21, 1913
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts, secured and un-
Stock, Bonds, Warrants, Kti:.
! thinking House
| Furniture and fixtures
Due from Bunks
Cheeks and other cash items
Securities with Banking Board
Cash in Bank
Capital Stock Paid lu
j Undivided Profits, less ex-
penses and taxes paid
Due to Banks
Individual deposits subject to
Time certificates of deposits
I Cashier's checks outstanding
One of the merriest gatherings of
the hullowe'en season was held
hallowe'en night at the home of
Mrs. Morris, when her daughter,
Miss Bertha entertained with a
masquerade party. Decorating
their attractive home were all of
the accessories for an occasion of I lie, St?,,Mof',M^!'"""'cy,un!y ofKinjiHsher. ss
. . , . A - rP. I I. M. A Mitchell, Cashier of the above
kind that the Iliorkft ononis. I lie ( named bank, do solemnly swear that the
cats and bats of sable hue, lanterns, above statement is true to the best of my
pumpkins, a color combination ot knowledge and belief, so help me Cod.
orange and black being carried out ! c, . M-A. Ml K.HKLL, (.asliier.
.... r .i ■ i • u > Subscribed and sworn to before inetbis
in every detail of the affair which ] 28tli day of October, 1913.
was a great success. A sumptuous Seal— HAKKY FHLKR, Notary Public,
supper was served at 11 o'clock to |
the following guests. Misses Inez
Douglas, Belle McKeever, Pearl
Koger, Orpha Henthorn, Anna Ben-
nett, Minnie Croakn, Ivy Bennett,
Mae Chambers, Josie Hall and
Bertha Morris. Messrs Lorn Bea-
man, Harry Douglas, Hector Hen-
thorn, Ernest Marquith, John Ben-
nett, Henry Croka, Robert and
Dallas Murphy, John Hall, Wallace
Stephens and Ed. Young.
My commission expires Mar
FREl) EHLEK )
C. I K. CRAWFORD)
Say Mr. Farmer, Cap says you are
behind him. Yes, and if you think
there are two bushels of potatoes in
all of those sacks, you are behind
ine too, and yoo will lose your
money as sure as if you had it on
the wrong horse.—Advertisement.
Is Still Going On
PRICES ARE REDUCED on Men's
and Ladies' Shoes and Clothing,
Men's Hats, Gloves and Overalls.
Look over our Dry Goods. YVe still
have a few Groceries left which we
are selling out at BELOW COST.
in a business way—the
advertising way. An ad
in this paper offers the
maximum service at the
minimum cost. It
reaches the people of
the town and vicinity
you want to reach.
Hennessey Student to Fore
The following, from Sunday's
Oklahoman concerning Dave Ren-
shaw, a Hennessey boy, who is
taking an electrical engineering
course at the state university, will repairs. That is not-economy-
be of interest to his many friends [ it is pure waste K. I. I''.u;wi:u
A singer machine is a stand-
ard machine—that means you
can always buy repairs or equip
ments for it. Don't buy a cheap
piece of machinery for which
you can never get supplies or
The first number of the Lyceum
course under the direction of the
White Lyceum Agency of Kansas
City, was given in the Methodist
church on Monday evening, when
the Otterbein Male Quartette and
Handbell Ringers gave an excel-
lent program of music and bell
ringing. Their musical numbers
included both the sublime and the
ridiculous yet both was of a high
class order, the humerous pieces be
ing well received, and several
encores were responded to. Quite a
good audience attended this num-
ber considering that only one days
work was done in the interests of
the course. The total receipts so
far are $114.00 in tickets sold and
tloor admissions. We regret that
owing to some misunderstanding
on the part of certain members of
the committee who contracted for
the course, that it was delayed un
til the last moment as the result
of one days work indicates that
Hennessey can have a very suc-
cessful Lyceum course anil thus be
on the same standard as other
towns. In view of this fact we un-
derstand that negotiations are bend-
ing with the high school to take up
the work which we feel sure will
be patronized by the good citizens
of the town in the interests of the
school. In view of the fact that
the first number has been given the
season ticket will now be sold $1.50
for the remaining numbers and we
feel sure that fifty more tickets and
the door admissions will put the
Lyceum course on a sound basis.
The next number we understand is
to be given about the 23rd of this
month. Full announcements will
be made next week, as it is the
purpose of the Bureau to continue
the course depending upon the hon-
or and respect of the community
to support it.
Don't make that farm Loan be-
fore seeing Mitchell & Pepin af
Hennessey State Bank.
A. W. WESTLAKE
Farm Loans, Insurance
In you are figuring on a Farm Loan it
will be to your interest to figure with me
First door south of Hennessey Clipper
Norman—Student electrical en-
gineers, under the direction of Prof.
Bozell, have just completed the
electrical work on the new law
school building, said to be one of
the best pieces of work in the state.
Charles Carey and Dave Renshaw,
seniors in the school of electrical
engineering, did most of the work I
and made a good share of the fix- ;
tures for the big $3,500 job, outside
•of school hours and during the,
returned (summer vacation.
The cost of the electrical work,
including fixtures was something
over $3,500, The wooden fixtures j
alone, which were-made in the en-
gineering shops by Garey and Ren-
shaw, amounted to seven or eight
These wooden fixtures are in i
keeping with the finishing of the
library room on the third floor of j
ihe building said to be one of the
best finished interiors in the state.
In the long library room are nine
chandeliers with sixteen lamps on
the lower side and four on the
upper. The plans of the architects |
did not show any lights above, but
were glad of the change when the I
mistake was pointed out by Prof, j
The architects, who were well j
pleased with the work of the studs j
ent engineers, said that "this wa-1
the only time when electrical
gineers knew what they were going
to do before, starting to do it.
Plenty of rain in this part of the
Mr. Benjamin is working on the
bridge near the Roy White farm.
John Ledoux, of Miltonvale, Kas,
is visiting his brother-in-law, George
Chartier, and family.
The dunce at Mr. Ingle was well
attended despite the bad weather.
T. B. Wilson was a Hennessey
p. i Sam Bayley and family have
PostCard Photos, #1 a dozen _ j moved to their farm west of Hen-
ArmuntrouM ■ round floor Studio ' Ilessey- wish them success in
office at Miller's tin she
We have an especially good
farm loan proposition. Call and
see us before taking oet a loan,
Mitchell & Pepin, at Henneseys
We sharpen disks by rolling them
in a powerful machine. We do not
takeoff any metal or reduce the
size of your disk—we simply put on i
j la new edge and the process ini-|
proves the quality of the metal and
leaves the di>k like new. Remem-
ber, we GUARANTEE to put on just
the edge you want we w ill suit you
their new home.
Will Sowers was a Hennessey
Lester Chartier and wife visited
at the home of his father, G. W.
Chartier, a few days last week and
attended his brother Otla's wed-
A very pretty home wedding was
solemnized last Sunday. November
2, at the home of the bride's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Glover,
when their second daughter, Miss
Vernie was united in marriage with
Mr. Oda 11 Chartier, eldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. George Chartier The
ceremony took place at high noon,
Rev. Paul Larson officiating. Only
intimate friends and immediate
relatives were present. The bride
wore a becoming blue gown with
white lace trimmings. Immediately
after the ceremony the bridal cou-
ple and guests partook of an ele-
! gatit wedding dinner. A number
j of pretty and useful presents were
received by newlyweds. Those
l present were Rev. and Mrs. Paul
j Larson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
I Ingle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ver-
non Crossen and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Anderson, Mr. Jack
Ledoux, of Miltonvale, Kans., Mr.
and Mrs. R T. Glover and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Chartier and
family, Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Chartier and family.
First published in Clipper, Oct. 30. y)13 5t
Notice of Sheriff's Sale
Notice is hereby given, that in pursu-
ance of an Order of Sale issued out of the
District Court of Kingfisher County, Okla-
homa, on the 27th day of October, 1913,
in an action wherein M Meibergen was
plaintiff und Oliver Cabbell, deceased, M.
A Felder, formeraly M. A. or Mariah
Cabbell, formerly wife of Oliver Cabbell,
deceased. Richard or R. H. Felder, hus-
band of M. A. Felder, Celestine Cabbell
and Beatrice Cabbell, his wife, J. C. Wil-
liams, administrator of the estate of
Oliver Cabbell, deceased, J. C. Williams,
Mary L. Steele, formerly Mary L. Cabbell,
Leonard Cabbell, John Cabbell, Alice Cab-
bell, Ernestine Cabbell, Alfonzo Cabbell,
Clifford Cabbell, Emniett Cabbell, Etta
Hines, Fred Ehler, Harry C. Fitch, Pat Mc-
Inteer, The Phoenix Insurance Company,
Adeline Wilkins and J. A. Packard, were
defendants,directed tome, the undersign-
ed sheriff of Kingfisher county, Oklahoma,
commanding me to levy upon and sell
without appraisement the following de-
I-ots three (3) and four (4) and the south
half of the northwest quarter and the
southwest quarter of Section three (3) in
Township nineteen (19) north, of range
eight (8) W. 1. M., in Kingfisher county,
Oklahoma, to satisfy a judgment and de-
cree of foreclosure in favor of said plain-
tiff and against said defendants obtained
and made in said court on the 31st day of
December, 1912, for the sum of $2227.60
and $177.70 costs and an attorneys fee of
$250.00 with interest thereon at 10 per
cent from the 31st day of December, 1912,
and accuring costs. Also a judgment
and decree of forclosure in favor of said
defendant, Fred Ehler, and against said
defendants, Celestine Cabbell and Beatrice
Cabbell for the sum of $226.15 and $100
attorneys fees, with interest thereon at
:0 per cent from the 4th day of March,
1912; also a further judgment and decree
of foreclosure in favor of said defendant.
Fred Ehler, and against said defendant.
Oliver Cabbell, for the sum of $349.25 and
an attorneys fee of $84.92 with interest
thereon at 111 per cent from the 4th day
of March, 1912; also a judgment and lien
upon said land in favor of the Phoenix
Insurance Company and against said de-
fendants, Oliver Cabbell and M A. Felder,
for the sum of $51.15 with interest there-
on at 6 per cent from the 6th day of May,
1908, 1 will, on the 1st day of December,
1913, at the hour of two o'clock p. m. of
said day, at the north front door of the
court house in the city of Kingfisher, in
said county and state offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder at public auc-
tion for cash the property above described
in separate parcels, as is provided in the
judgment, or so much thereof as will
satisfy said judgments with interest,
attorneys fees und costs.
Witness my hand this 27th day of Oct-
ober 191 J.
Sheriff of Kingfisher County, Oklahoma.
W. L. MOORE
Attorney-at = Law
Real Estate Agent
Farms an City property for sale or trade.
Kuranoe and Farm Loans. Also
Texas Lands for sale.
First Door South of Farmers &
Merchants Nationul Bank
R. V.WOOL WINE
Office Over Gilbert's Grocery. North Man 5t.
Waukoms Mondays and Thursdays.
Calls answered promptly. Chronic
Diseases a Speeiality.
Office 2 doors south of Clipper
office on North Main Phone 9
TAKE A TRIP
"You have loug wished to visit the
"Golden State." Makeup
your mind this year
J. Q. HENRY
You know the place.
Needles—aren't you out now.
You always need needles. I
have all kinds—the good Kinds—
'20c a dozen at E. E. Farwell's the
LOWEST FARES and
Through Tourist Car Dally
California Short Line
Route ot Low Altitude
Div. Passenger Ail
A. J. Clymans,
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