The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 20, 1913 Page: 6 of 6
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THE CLirreH, BBWHESBEI. OKEAHOMA.
No doubt you are, if
you sutler from any ot the
numerous ailments to
which an women are sub-
ject. Headache, back-
ache, sideache, nervous-
ness, weak, tired feeling,
are some ot the symp-
toms, and you must rid
yourself of them in order
to feel well. Thousands
of women, who have
been benefited by this
remedy, urge you to
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
of Clifton Mills, Ky., says:
I was, at times, so w eak I
could hardly walk, and
the pain in my back and
head nearly killed me.
After taking three bottles
of Cardui, the pains dis-
appeared. Now 1 feel as
well as I ever did. Every
suffering woman should
try Cardui." Getabottle
Oak View Ittms
Mr. and Mrs Perry Clements
sp"iit Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
Mr. W. D. Pdin and family
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Boyd
Pearl Furhmann spent Satur-
day niglit with Nettie Smith.
Clifford Shover arrived from
Montana Saturday for a few
days visit With home folks.
Arlie Clark and Pearl Mitchell
spent Sunday with Mr. Wilson's
Misses Merle and Madge
Shover and Glenn Shover, spent
Saturday night and Sunday
with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Gritz and daugh
ters Werthena and Crtna visited
with Mr. Fuhrmann's Sunday.
Dr. Case the district superin
tendent, delivered an excellent
'his cotton to Hennessey Friday.
Mr and Mrs. Ote Thompson
called on Mr. Carver Wednesday,
I who has been very sick foi
[ J. W. Murray took a load of
hogs to Drummond Friday.
Kay and Harold Chappell
spent Sunday evening with
Mrs. George McDowell of near
Kiel is visiting relatives and
friends near Wild wood.
Mrs. Ote Hvnes. of Enid, is
vi>iting relatives here
Eva Thornton attended the
teachers meeting at Enid last
Mr. Frtd Chappell of llennes
sey, was a business visitor in
; this neighborhood Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Barnard Sun-
day ed with Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Laura Goodspeed visited Mrs
Bvrd Satuiday night and Sun
Kay and Everett Murphy
i visited Sunday with their uncles
|Fred and Frank Davis.
Lloyd Goodspeed and Eltrer
Byrd went 'possum hunting
Saturday night and came hon e
I with ten big ones. How's that?
Bertha Burge and John
Spomer dined Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs, Elzie Murphy.
, K. O Murphy and family call
ed at the Byrd and Davis home
J. L. Murphy and wife and
Elmer Byrd and wife visited
Mr. and Mrs.Tom Murphy Wed-
nesday. The men enjoyed the
George Snider and his cousin,
Westloy Huffman, visited the
former's sister, Mrs. Fred
Spomer, at the University hospi
tal in Enid Tuesday. Mrs
Spomer who underwent an oper
ation for appendicitis lastThurs
day, is improving.
George Spomer attended Sun-
day school at Harmony last Sun
Will Spomer visited at Safe
Stratum's Sunday evening.
Westley Huffman, Miss Delia
[Thorp, Fred Thorp and John
Paulson and Miss Bessie Wheeler
(were the guests of Miss Dessie
| Folland last Sunday.
were Cresent visitors last week '
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Karchen
were visitors at the D. P
Sheair home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V Burrows
spent a fortnight at the Harley
Charles Spearly was a King
fisher visitor Saturday.
Mrs. John Bailey visited over
Sunday at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. K U. Owens at Enid,
Misses Grace Burrows, Inez
Douglas and Rose Bailey, Messr>
Guy and Logan Morrow spent
Sunday with Nellie and Orphia
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fox were
Sunday guests at the C. S
Willie Walta spent Sunday at
the Springer home.
Mrs Joe Springer spent Tues
day with Mrs. Robert Rounds
j. ^ ^ r" I'
Myers & Hinds
We buy Poultry, Butter, Eggs,
Hides and Furs—[>ay either
CASH or TRADE. We are
prepared to give trade prices.
We give orders pn EHLER'S
STORK, the largest dry goods
store in town. Also give orders
on four as good groeery stores
as these are in Hennessey
sermon at Oak View Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. S. A Rogers
spent the week end with their
daughter near Guthrie.
Mrs Luiry visited with Mrs.
C. Wilson Sunday,
Calvin and Mar.v Knox enter-
tained Glenn and Ester Lair.y.
Jane and John Rogers, Niel
Larson, Mary and Calvin Knox
called on Pearl, Ruby and John
Fuhrtnann, Tuesday evening.
EVER miss a Train? It's
mighty irritating. It means
a loss of time, and time is
money these days. A good
will pay for itself in time saved
in a few months. It will always
get you there on time.
"Ift Time You Otvned a IValtham"
Come in and talk watch with
us. It won't obligate your buy*
a ing—but if you should bur—we
have a complete stock of ucw ,
model Walthaxus. *j
Everything at Wholesale Prices
Fovorite Flour, per sack.. $1.20
Harvest Bell, per sack 1.10
Choice Patent, per sack.... .90
Meal, per sack .40
R. H. GRIMES.
Forest Oak Items
Miss Kate Kenshaw spent Sat
urrtay night with Rosy Herrod
1 and the two took dinner with
Miss Lylvia Nivison, Sunday.
Forest Oak Sunday School
held special services immediate
jly after Sunday school. The
I temperance program which was'
! postponed from last Sunday
i was rendered a live meeting.
About forty of the commun-
ity's young people were invite
to gather at the Will Iienshaw
home last Wednesday evening.
A large crowd was present. It
was a beautiful moonlight night
and all had a grand time.
Games were played until 12
o'clock when all departed for
their homes declaring them-
[selves highly entertained.
Several of Forest Oak young
people were in attendance at
the Lacey church services Sun
Mrs Jack Renshaw is on the
Maple Grove Items
Mr. and Mrs. Falls call on A number of young folks at-
Mrs. Frank Bnttian Wednesday. tl,„dl,d ,h„ party at ^ home of
Mr. Bert Cottrell of Enid, is Miss Orphia llenthorn Wednes
here looking after his farm day night Ail report a good
D. B. Randolph and son Ralph, time.
were business callers in Hennes- Mr. Harley States visited at
sey Monday. the Burrows home Wednesday
D. W. Hill built cow barn evening.
and hog shed last week. ^ a large crowd from this vicin
Sylvia Thompson is on the it.y attend the F. P. Sylvester
sick list I sale, Thursday.
C. S. Snider took the last of Mr and Mrs Charles Douglas
Mr. George Yeoman is con
lined to his bed with pneumonia
fever but we hope to see him
The coyote roundup was re-
ported a failure.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto John visit
ed with the latter's parents, Mr
and Mrs. Kemp, Sunday.
The work on the roads has
Farm Demonstration Work
Edited by J. A. Wilson, Farm Adviser ot Kingfisher County
Published at Expense of Hennessey Business Men.
is a hoy entitled to a i roomy old kitchen stove. Then
boyhood I there was a time and place to
Considering the energetic! P'ay ball and indulge in other
manner in which most of us, in-
cluding professors and teachers,
are concerned about the rapied
education of our boys and hav
ing in mind the various plans for
accomplishing this, it inclines
one to doubt if a modern boy is
entitled to a boyhood. The
eagerness shown, suggests the
idea that the aim is to change
the old fashioned boy into a mm-
ature workman. And the mod-
ern pians or methods for accom
boyish passions and how many
of us do you think could plead
"not guilty" to the charge of
playing "hooky" from school to
appease the insatiable craving
for some of these joys of the old
fashioned boyhood when the
right to enjoy some of them was
To tune yourself in sympathy
with my plan, answer this—
What threatened to rob your boy
hood of its most appreciated
plishing this, (I hardly dare I pleasure and at times made life
mention them so sure are some|a round of torture. The educa-
of them to have sensitive sup 1 tional fads of your day most
porters) beginning with the kin
dergarten followed by manual
training, nature study and vari-
ous other lines, all good, but in
the aggregate almost crowding
the old fashioned boyhood out
of existence. When these have
full sway there is no time in a
boy s busy life for a dog, a gun,
a horse, fishing pole, bat and
bali, playing circus or Indian,
not to mention some spare mom
ents to lounge in the hay mow
or loll in the clover field, although
there are ancient rights connect-
ed with these antedating the
Magna Charta They were the
essentials of an old fashioned
boyhood that had some respon-
sibilities duly interspersed with
spells when you did not have to
account to any one but your
likely had ushered out the spell-
ing bee period for at about the
time of your boyhood the era of
declamation was launched. It
swept the country like a forest
tire among the pines. The tin-
iest of all urchins struggled
with "How doth the little busy
bee," "When I'm a man" and
the school wall rang with "Spar
j tans to the Gladiators,'' while
the higher halls of learning
heard choice portions from the
speeches of Webster, Clay and
others. You lis'ed through un-
speakable tortures preceeding
your attempt and at the sacri-
ficial moment nothing before or
since has even entered into your
life like the misery that welled
up but had to he choked down
as you viewed your first audi
Maker and they are surely pre- ence' The fearsomeness of it
cious memories to any man. a^' should make you pause and
Those days, when with dog at w°nder if some of these modern
heel and gun in hand, vou could , movements are not striving with
go to the woods, skirting the equal power to wrest from a boy
back pasture along the marg'n ^'s r'ebt to a boyhood.
of the creek, to sit on a log and Must every hour be tagged
dream. If you wanted to tramp with some duty or every mom
the woods for game, if you felt ent freighted with a lesson to be
like it with the delightful com- learned':1 It is quite possible
panionship of one who would '^t a £un> a d°g, a fish pole and
only speak when spoken to and
who never had, under stress of
any kind, a word of nagging
anent your dilatory manner, your
appetite or ynur freckled face.
They were days when you could
go to the mow and lulled to
other like accessories may be
the means of teaching a boy
more about the great outdoors
and influence more his outlook
on life than any teacher with
circumscribed space. Though
these outdoor associations he
drousiness with its perfume and ^as become self-reliant and self-
dream of what you would do controllable, which make more
when you became a man, (and for manhood than any other fac-
by the way many a boy's future;^01'- ^AS- A. Wilson,
Long as you want and in the best company on
earth. See me if you wish a loan.
J. L. Mines
Clear Arkansas farm and business
property to trade for farm here. For
particulars inquire at this office.
A Word About Prescriptions
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requirements. We compound every prescrip-
tion in a scientific and individual way. That's
why you get results when we fill them.
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DINKLER, THE DRUGGIST
made a decided improvement in
Mr. John Taggart is erecting
a new barn on his farm.
Mr. Kions drove to
urday and returned with his
wife, who has been under ttie
care of an Enid specialist. Mrs.
Kions has been suffering with
heart trouble. We hope to find
her much improved and that the
Oklahoma climate may prove a
benefit to her health.
Several from this neighbor-
hood attended the Sylvester
sale last Thursday.
Mrs. J. C. Trail returned to
her home Thursday after caring
for her sister, Mrs. Wm. Lightle,
the past two weeks.
Mrs. Hazel Kemp and sister's,
Mrs. Chas. Mills and Mrs. Otto
John, very pleasantly surprise
the'r mother last Friday evening
by inviting in the neighbors to
spend the evening and eat
oysters with her, also to remind
her that she had passed another
milestone. All departed at a
late hour wishing Mrs. Kemp
many more happy birthdays.
Ordinance No. 150
An ordinance fixing and levying a certain
occupation tax on certain occupations and
professions in the Town of Hennessey, and
appropriating the funds derived therefrom
ind providing penaity for ihe violation of
ohe provisions hereof.
ISe It Ordained by the President and Itoard of
Trustees of the Town of Hennessey. King-
tisher County. State of Oklahoma
Section 1 There is hereby levied a license
tax for the Town of Hennessey. Kingfsher
County. State of Oklahoma, as follows upon
the following named occupat ons und profes-
sions and in amounts as follows: to-wlt:
Itinerant hawkers and peddlers, the sum of
Jin 00 per day.
Pawnbrokers the sum of *25.00 per vear
Hilliard and Pool tables, the sum of 15 00 per
year for each table.
Howling Alleys the sum of $5.00 per vear.
Shooting galleries, the sum of 12.50 per
Drays having two horses, the sum of 110.00
Drays having one horse, the sum of |7 50 per
Each automobile operated or let in the
Town of Hennessey for pay, the sura of 125.00
Express Companies, the sum of *25 00 per
K «*h Life Insu rar ce Corr panv. not including
fraternal orders, the sum of 110 00 per vea-\
I ach Fire Insurance Company, the suui of
!K 00 per year.
Shows traveling by rail having wild animals
exhibitions and showing in a tent the sum < f
*25 on per day-
Shows traveling overland having wild ani
mals for exhibition showing in tents, the sum
of ■*!." .iW per dav.
All other shows showing in tents, the sum
of *10 oo per day.
Alj theatres exhibiting at any place within
the corporate limits of the Town of Hennes-
sey. other than the Town Hall own d by the
Town of Hennessey, the sum of *5 oo per day
A I. itinerant doctors and dentists, the sum
of flu on per day
All exhibitions not hereinbefore mentioned
the sum of 12.50 per month.
Section 2. The tax herein levied shall he-
roine due ard payable upon demand there
for by the Town Clerk of the Town of Hen-
nessev. and a failure or refusal to make pi \-
ment of the tax herein levied ucon demand
slvtll constitute a violation of this ordinance.
Section i The Town < 'lerk. upon payment
to him ot a license tax. shall Issue to the per
son pay in* the same, a license for the busi-
ness or occupation taxM for the time for
which payii ent is made, beginning on the
date the demand for payment was made
Section i All tnonev derived from the col-
lection of the above levied license tax. shall
be placed to the credit of the Street and
Alley fund, to be used in the care and im-
provement of the Streets and Alleys of the
I'own of Hennessey,
section ft. Any person guilty of a violation
of this ordinance shall upon conviction be
lined in any sum not less than 125.00 nor more
A neglected cold usually ends )udHm*ent tw committed "to tlle'Town'jSilm!!
tn the tine and costs are paid in full
! Section tf. All ordinances and parts of or-
dinances in conflict herewith are hereby re-
dpjirh I)|> Hill wuir nnril unn Sect! n T This ordinance shall uUc eite.-t
ilLUlIl. L/O noi V\dll UIull you I ;md be in force and become operative thirty
j days after its passage, approval and publica-
tion according to law
I Passed and approved this rttb day of Oct -
i ber, A D. 1911
F. A DINKLER.
Pres Board of Trustee*.
Attest; C. J. WOGAN, Clerk,
has been decided in those sub
conscious dreams) or you could
hide in the leafy boughs of a tree
and with book of romance live
Enid Sat | with pirates and warriors a spell
You may even have found time
to try with your companions the
most dazzling feats of the acro-
bats or impersonate the fiercest
<>f Indian warriers after the
circus, or the wild west show
had visited the community. The
old "swimming hole" knew you
too, as its most punctual patron
and if you did stay in the water
until your face was peaked and
your lips blue, you si ill had
moments to warm up behind the
arc dangerous at this time
First published in Clipper, Nov 13, 1913 5c
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 and 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, Emmett 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-
Lots 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. I. 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.til)
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 foreclosure 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
10 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 584.92 with interest
thereon at 10 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 551.15 with interest there-
on at 6 per cent from the 6th day of May,
1908, I will, on the 15th 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 and costs.
Witness my hand this 27th day of Oct-
Sheriff of Kingfisher County, Oklahoma.
W. L. MOORE
Attorney-at = Law
Real Estate Agent
Farms an Cltv* property for sale or trade,
suranee and Fiirin Loans Also
Texas Lands for sale.
First Door South of Farmers &
Merchants Nationul Bank
Office Over Gilbert's Grocery. North Man St.
Waukoms Mondays and Thursdays.
in a serious illness a id its at-
tendant doctor bills, if not
are down in bed. Tuke some
tiling at once before it de-J
ranges the entire system. We J
have many good proprietory i
remedies that will quickly re-
lieve a cold.
G. C. SAUR
Calls answered promptly. Chronic
Diseases a Speciality.
Office 2 doors south of Clipper
office on North Main Phone 9
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LOWEST FARES and
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— via —
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Geese, Ducks, Butter and Eggs,
and will pay you highest mar-
ket price in cash. Good weight.
J. W. Humphreys
Route ot Low Altitude
A. J. Clymans,
Oklahoma City, Ok la
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