The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1915 Page: 5 of 10
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TdK CMPrKR« nitNNVSBKY, OKLAHOMA
I will sell at public auction, two miles south of Hennessey, Okla., on
Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. sharp, the following described property
1 gray mare, 6 years old, weight 1600, with mule colt by side, rebred to jack
1 gray mare, 7 years old, weight 1500, with mule colt by side
1 gray mare, 7 years old, weight 1650, with foal by jack
1 gray mare, 8 years old, weight 1500, with foal by jack
1 bay marc, 2 years old, weight 1000
1 span 2-year-old mules, 16 hands high, weight 1100 pounds each
1 span 2-year-old mules, 15 1-2 hands high, weight 1050 pounds each
1 span 2-year-old mules, 15 hands high, weight 1000 pounds each
3 yearling mules
7 Head Cattle
One black cow, giving milk
One red cow, 0 years old giving milk
One red cow, 3 years old giving milk
One long yearling red heifer
Two short vearling red heifers One steer calf
One good, 8-foot McCormiek binder with both
tongue and transfer trucks
One 12-disk Superior grain drill
One 18-inch disk with truck One open buggy
One 3-inch Bain wagon Two sets double fly nets
One set of heavy 1 3-1 in harness
One set 1 1-2 inch slip lug harness
Six good leather collars from 18 to 22 inch
One stack cover 1(5x24
One stack cover 1(5x22
One new 12-barrel gal-
vanized steel water tank. 100 rods of woven hog wire
One brooder One 4-ho!e cook stove
One single burner wickless coal oil stove One sewing machine
300 bushels, more or less, of good seed oats
About 5 ton choice baled millet hay
One load of ear corn
HAS i. NHI.ES
One Mammoth hick
BIG MIKE—No. 6027
Foaled July 1, 1911. Maltese Mammoth Jack with
light points. Has 9 1-4 inch shin bone; 16-inch knee;
extra heavy body; large foot, head and ear. Quick
and sure. An excellent mule. jack. Weight 1100 lbs.
Anvone in need of young mules, mares or a jack should attend this sale, as I have spared no c xj crs-e
pains to have the best. Everything positively sells to highest bidder, without by-bid or reserve.
All sums of $10 and under, CASH. On all sums over $10 a credit
of 10 months' time will be given, notes to draw 8 per cent in-
terest from date. A discount of 3 per cent will be given on all
sums over $10. All property must be settled for before removing.
———■ msa mr.sm-J.«
M. A. MITCHELL, Clerk
The hennessey Clipper
Entered as Postollioe at Hennessey. Okla.,
as second-class mail matter
Thursday, February 18, 1915
Jay Morgan moved into the
Reetor property at the corner
of Fifth and Cheyenne street to-
Mrs. M. F. Brown spent Sun-1
day at Dover, flu* guest of Mi
' and Mrs. J. N. Jones.
The following bit of interest-
g history, which appeared in
the Montrose (Colo.) Daily
'ress will In* of interest to many
of the pioneer residents.. 11. h.
Miles is a brother of 11. L Miles
of Hennessey and was one of the
ariest settlers in this part of the
ounty, coming to this country
11 the early days after pioneer-
ing in Kansas and locating on
the Skeleton bottoms east of
"1 do not remember this as
lie birthday of Abraham Lin-
oln so well as I do his assassina-
tion,"said II. I,. Miles, the civil
war veteran and Riverside nier-
liant to llie Press on Friday,
liiilc in town. "I recall his as
iissination as vividly as though
it occurred yesterday. The war
was over and we were encamped
it City Point, about !I0 miles out
if Washington. The day after
lie assassination, when word
nine to headquarters that Lin-
oln had died, we were amazed
o sec the flag lowered to hall-
mast. We then inquired the or
as ion for this and were told
that Lincoln had been shot the
previous night and had passed
iway. Imagine, it you can. tile
in 11 that fell over that great
)odv of war-scarred soldiers
when they received this sad
lews, and the veteran s
lllcd with tears as lie liv
nonicnt over in memory.
liter I saw t lie ashes of til
where I tooth was
!\ el v before t liev I
A Lifetime o/'Service
It in" •i
The Standard Rotary Shuttle
is a splendid example of the
highest art in sewing mechanism
and cabinet construction.
feature permits the operator to
sew with comfort and ease F.v
ery machine guaranteed for I .IFF.
The Standard Srwinq Vtli Co
Now being demonstrated by (I
W. Woolsey, Hennessey, Okla
For Sale—S. W. Quarter of sec-
tion twenty-three and north half of
N W I section twenty-six-nineteen
nine near Lacey. Being 211) acres
will take five dollar per acre, all
cash or time, .lake Adams. Home-
The interior of the < 'as
DaybulV store presents
some appearance since tin
Hear the K C. Glee Cluh
it the M. E. Church, Saturday
night, Feb 20.
sale at Dinkler's.
ing much hot I cr
oilier i iii-
a lit I al
BEN PARNELL DEAD.
lien I'arnell, one of the best
known citizens of Douglas, died
in a hospital in Enid Monday,
after undergoing on operation
Mr. I'arnell was the original
mail carrier on rural route No.
2, out of Douglas, which position
• held until his death, lie had
been sick about a week.
I'he deceased was 4:5 years of
age and leaves a wife and three
I e 111 < > 111' I i 11
& (Iritz groi
busy this w
rearranging slid ving
tures. Baseboards hav
i lei I nnii mouse prool
stalled, a gain no only
tnry conditions, but i
mice and convenience
See C, H. Cooper f<>r good harness
(Irant Humphrey, of Kingfish-
er and niece, Mrs. Fern Deriek,
of Waggoner, autoed up irom
Kingfisher Sunday and spent a
few hours with the former's
father, J. W. Humphreys.
Grandma Ouest, who lias been
suffering with a sprained ankle
for several weeks, is able to be
out again with the assistance of
Mrs. W. L. llainer and daugh-
ter, Miss Hazel, Mrs. W. R.
Blackburn and Miss Agnes Hun-
lap autoed to Kingfisher Tues-
Roy lirox spent Sunday at Do-
ver, the guest of his uncle, J. S.
The Sum and
of being a subscriber to this
paper is that ycu and your
family become attached to
it. The paper becomes a
member of the family and
its coming each week will
be as welcome as the ar-
rival of anyone that's dear.
It will keep you Informed on
the doing* of the community and
the bargains of the merchants
regularly advertised will enable
you to save many times the cost
of the subscription.
For Farm Loans see .John Duf-
fy. Plenty of money on hand, tf
Miss Mabel Hicks and Lois
Hrittain spent last Saturday at
Kingfisher, the guest of Mrs.
If you are needing a farm loan
see John Duffy. Can furnish
money as soon as itle is ready.
Best rates. tf
Mrs. Sarah Liston, county su-
perintendent of schools, was a
Ilennesey visitor Monday.
Mrs. J. Morgan and children
are visiting this week with rela-
latives at Hillings. They are ex-
pected home Saturday.
Everything fori, the horse at
Cooper's harness shop.
MR. SWYHART DEAD.
Mr. Oliver Swyhart, an old
settler in this community, died at
his home west of town, Wednes-
Funeral services were held on
Thursday, February 12th, from
the Christian church.—Marshall
FOR SALE—150,000 brick suitable
for caves, foundations, cisterns, etc.
Give time until after harvest on bank-
able note. $(>.00 per thousand.—A. E.
Lane & Son.
Full blood White Orphington
eggs for sale at one dollar per set-
ting Have three roosters for sale.
Daviu Martin, Hennessey, Okla.
Oil for kindling fires 5c per gal-
lon at Electric Light plant.
Tlie Knights and Ladles o Socuiity,
Council No. 744.
Meets at Block's Halt on «ivery 1st
and :tril Monday night in carti month,
if A It V A. RKNHUAW, President.
M ATT I !•: K. M A ItTI X, Beciwtarv.
attended the funeral and follow-
ed the remains to their last rest-
ing place. Marshall Tribune.
S. A. I'arnell, of Mountain
View, who had attended the fu-
neral of his brother, l>. l'ar-
ncll at Douglas on the 1()tli ilist.,
stopped off here Thursday and
visited briefly at the Kenton
States home cast of town. Mr.
I'arnell is n brother-in-law of Mr.
Now #ooiIh at HU* ami 1- I 2c
a yard. New patterns.-- O A8I1 TON &
.Mr. and Mrs. II. Hemphill ex-
peet to leave the first of the week
for Wureagle, Ark., where they
will make their home. Mr. and
Mrs Hemphill were among King-
fisher county's first settlers and
the\r departure is viewed with
regret by their many old friends
nt an I'jiiid hospitu
According to latest
it 11 eI
If^e are here to
serve you with
anything in the
line of printed
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Of All Kinds
The best quality of work
at prices that are RIGHT
Burke Bros. Trans. Co.
Will move those household good, do your trans-
fering and hauling of all kinds. Splendid faci-
lities. Quick and careful service. Always ready
Phone No. 84
Coal and Wood Yard Opposite
Long-Bell Lumber Yard
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