The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 5, 1915 Page: 4 of 10
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We fill all
Years or experi-
ence enables us
to give you pre-
ice of the best.
Hot days bring
the need of
Let us serve you.
I'hul Kiihank started to Nor-
catur, Kalis., lust Friday to as-
sist liis broter, Joe, in running
his big threshing outfit. Paul
will be gone for sometime.
George Choate made a busi-
ness trip to Hennessey last Sat-
.1, \V. Eubank marketed a load
of melons in Heimessey last Fri-
day, for which he found a ready
Mae Perigo and Hud Cham-
bers hauled wheat to Hennessey
for A. J. Sloop last week.
George Secor, of Garfield coun-
ty, visited in the Harmony neigh-
borhood last Sunday.
R. O. Murphy and family
spent last Sunday afternoon at
the pleasant home of C. W.
The ice ceam social given by
the ladies aid of Harmony M. E.
church 1st Saturday evening, was
well attended, notwithstanding
the threatening weather.
Preacher Creek was visited by
a copious shower of rain last Sat-
urday night which will be of
great benefit to the growing
Grandpa Eubank dined at the
Ilenthorn home Sunday.
Lloyd (Joodspeed preached an
interesting sermon at Harmony
last Sunday evening.
ri hreshing will soon be ove".
Anna Lightle is spending a
lew iliiys this week west of llen-
ness v with .Mrs. Frank Pay .e
\ irgil and Vernie Grim are
staving with their aunt, Mrs.
Fr nk Hopkins, at present.
Iva Maxwell is helping cook
at the Siegmann cooksluick.
Mf. II I., and I). L. Melendy
niadc a bisiiless trip to Francis,
Okla., last week.
Mrs. Win. Lightle and son,
(ieorge, spent Sunday afternoon
at the home ol .1. ('. Trail, near
This neighborhood was visited
by the death angel last Tuesday,
when it took away the little 8-
month-old daughter of Mr. and
-Mrs. ( harles Nelson. Tliev have
th« sympathy of all In their Iona.
Mrs. John Rogers returned to
her home in Crescent Wednes-
day after attending the funeral
of her granddaughter, Katli-
erine Beryl Nelson. Mr. .lohn
Rogers, who resided here until
recently, is still in very poor
Mrs. Al. Gallup and daughters
were shopping in Hennessey on
FOREST OAK ITEMS
Mr. George Melton and fami-
ly were visiting at Fairview from
Friday until Monday with rela-
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Nivison vis-
ited with the latter's parents
Mr. anil Mrs. J. I). Patton, Sun-
Misses Nettie McMeeken and
Florence Renshaw and Messrs.
Joe Bailey and Elvin Harmon, of
Ames; Campbell Clark and For-
est McCaleb, of Dover, and Glint
Renshaw spent Sunday at the J.
T. McCaleb home.
Sunday school and young peo-
ple's meeting were well attend-
Mr. and Mrs. Will Whittle arid
children, of Dawson, visited last
week with relatives of this vicin-
Mr. Andrew Lynch called at
the Nivison home Sunday.
Mr. Jack Renshaw and son,
Clint, went to Ames Monday.
Campbell Clark spent Sunday
night with Clint Renshaw.
Miss Audra McCaleb was shop-j
ping in Hennessey Saturday.
Mrs. John Ward left for Ne-
braska Sunday evening, to visit |
her father, who is very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Nolte and j
baby visited at the Underwood |
Mr. Andrew Lynch is sporting j
Gene and Jack Renshaw spent
a few days with relatives at Hen-
nessey last week.
Messrs. A. W. Renshaw and
yimtn Ilickmau attended the
tractor show at Enid Wednesday
Mesdames Marshall and A. W.
Renshaw called at the Jack Ren-
shaw home Wednesday.
Rory McCaleb spent Sunday
with the Goodpasture boys.
Mr. Woodworth left for Mis-
souri last week to visit relatives
The John Felder sale was
largely attended Monday. F,very-
thing sold well, especially the
Mrs. Hawking and grand-
daughter, Fannie Crosson, visit-
ed .Mrs. Charles Lee and clul
Morse Crosson and family
were Enid visitors Monday.
Mr. Glover has returned to the
jacks after harvesting and
threshing for several weeks over
Mrs. Carver called ii
Vandusen Thursday a. n
Mrs. Dora Vandusen
Tuesday p. in. with Mrs
I am going to quit farming aAl move away and on this account u ill yell at public sale on the C. C.
farm one mile north and one-half mile west of Kiel, on
Sale commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., sharp, the following personal property, to-wit:
7 Horses 7
One brown mare, 12 years old, sound, weight
1200, with foal by good horse
One black mare, 7 years old, weight 1200, sound
with foal by horse
One black filly, coming 3 years old, sound
Two past yearling horse colts, good ones
One brown horse, 9 years old, wt 1000, sound
Brown mare, 3yrsold, wt 1300, with foal, sound
One cow, 9 years old BfflThree cows, 3 years old
One cow, 7 years old Hg£ ^ Two cows, 2 years old
Two cows, 5 years old One red cow, with heifer calf by side
These cows are all giving milk. They are extra good Shorthorn stock, good color and with calf by Short-
horn bull. Also eight head of extra good spring calvcs, good color and good stock.
McCormick binder, 7-foot cut, good running order
Emerson disk plow, almost new
16-inch Canton riding plow 12-disk disk harrow
. 14-inch John Deere walking plow
3-section narrow7, almost new Superior wheat drill, 10-disk, with press wheel attachment
6-shovel riding cultivator Kingman riding lister Kingman sifigle row curler
Bain wagon, extra wagon box Good buggy, single buggy harness One set double buggy harness
1 1-4 inch hand made farm harness Double barrel Remington shotgun Good heavy stock saddle
1 1-4 inch double buggy harness Some good alfalfa hay
Many useful small articles and some household goods, too numerous to mention
Good Free Lunch at Noon—Plenty of Ice Water
TCP R ^ O All sums of $10 and under cash. On all sums over $10 a credit of 7 months time will be given,
1 JCjIxIVIO! li0tes to draw 10 per cent interest from date. A discount of 3 per cent will be given on all sums
ever $10.. All property must be settled for before removing.
Col. J. L. Murphy, Auct.
G. I. Mathews, Clerk
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Let Us Do Your —
We have just installed an OXY-ACTELYNE
WELDING PLANT. Bring in your broken cast-
ings, or aluminum parts, or metal castings of
any kind. We can repair them and save you
We have also installed a transformer recti-
fier for charging batteries. We are equipped
now for the work.
Repair work of any description executed
Hennessey Auto Co.
East Oklahoma Avenue
Everyone is busy with their
fruit and there is not much in
the way of news.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Felder at
tended the tractor show at Enid
Charles Lee and family spent
Saturday at the Vandusen home.
NEAR MAPLE GROVE
What's the matter with M;i
pie Grove now-a-days? Nothing
. going on any more out there
I Oh, yes! There is some news,
Mr.and Mrs. Harry Bugg, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Miller, Mrs
Pownell, Mr. and Mrs. John Mai-
ley and son, Glen; Miss Sylvia
Rounds, Howard Brewer and
Loran Heaman were Sunday
guests t the Douglas home.
Miss Birdie McKeever came
down from Enid Sunday to visit
Miss Inez Douglas called on
Mrs. Krebs Monday evening.
Quite a few from this neigh-1
borhood attended the tractor boust
show at Enid last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Karcher and
Mrs. llenrv Krebs went to see
Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hobhs and
their big boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fox and
son visited at the Ranney home
his mother, Mrs.
visited with I from Claremore, where he
Krebs, Satur- been on business.
day evening. j Mr. and Mrs. Leo Karchc
Mrs. Morrow and children call-j sited at the Theron Ilobbs |io'i:e
ed at the lirox home one day j Wednesday.
Iust j Mr. and Mrs. A. 15. Greer, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krebs and Mrs. Charley Miller and
and Miss Helen Krebs were Sun- family, Mr. and Mrs. Ilarry
day guests at the Karcher home. | Bugg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Everybody is pleased over the Douglas, Misses lues Douglas
rain. laud Belle McKeever, Messrs.
Harry Douglas, Robert Rounds.
loe Anderson's folks , from
Drummond, were at the Chancey
Anderson home Sunday.
Mr. and Mi's. Henry Krebs and :
Miss Helen, spent Monday even-
ing at the Douglas home. lee!
cream and cake were served.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Cooper |
called at the lirox home Sunday.
Misses lola Morraw, Ivvin j
lirox and Logan Morraw called j
on Maude Bailey Sunday.
Dave Trover and family mov-
ed to his farm the first ot' the •
week, lie is building n fine big '
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Anderson
entertained .Joe Anderson and
family from Douinmrnd the first
of the week.
Mr. and Mm. ,1. Butler and
family called on Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. lirox arived home Sunday
.lames Walta, A. lirox and (
had | Anderson were
| who attended the
at Enid last week.
A commentary on the intem-
pcrate prison reform lias been
given In a convict who escaped
from the New Jersey penitenti-
ary but finally came back and
surrendered himself, saying lie
liad better clothes, food and lod-
ging and less work to do in the
penitentiary than on the farm
where he sought employment.—
■ aernmrnmmm imwiin tin minimi a biw ru-Tmsaxxamm i
1000 flu. Granary S3!)
We will furnish the lumber
and paint for
lOOO Bu. Granary For $50
2000 Bu. Granary For $90
Lumber Granaries add to the value of your
farm. When not full of wheat can be par-
titioned off and used for several kinds of
gruin and feed. You should have one
Long-Bell lumber to.
A. L. GARTEN, Manager
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 5, 1915, newspaper, August 5, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105984/m1/4/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.