The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1915 Page: 5 of 10
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
* ' ' < •'.•'■
THE CLIPPER. HENNE8SEY, OKLAHOMA
An leaving farm and will on this account sell at public sale at the Jerrf Owens farm 7 3-4 miles west and
mile north of Hennessey, on
Thursday, Sept. 2nd
Sale beginning at 10:00 o'clock a. m. sharp, the following personal property, to-wit:
4 Morses 4
One browp horse, 11 years old, wt about 800 lbs
One brown horse, 4 years old, wt about 1100 lbs
One brown mare, 7 years old, wt about 950 lbs
with good colt by side
4 Cattle 4
Good red milch cow. 4 yrs old
Red yearling heifer
Spring steer calf
Summer heifer calf
31 hogs 31
One Duroc Jersey sow. with 10 uigs
One Duroc Jersey sow. with 9 pigs
One Duroc Jersey sow. with 2 pigs
7 head of shoats, weight about 90 pounds each
Good Kingman disk Mitchell wagon Cottage organ Spring wagon
Good Kingman cultivator 128-egg "Old Trusty" in- Photographic camera and Five tooth cultivator
^ t 2 center tables
full outfit, new, cost Many other things too
numerous to mention
A Good F ree Lunch Will be Served at Noon
' | '1/ | | |S, K O All turns of $10 and under cash. On all sums over $10 a credit o: 10 months time will be given,
| r.K 1V8 t 3? llote:; t0 draw 10 Per cent interest from date. A discount of 5 per cent will be given on all sums
*" over $10. All property must be settled for before removing.
COL J. L. MURPHY, Auct.
M. A. MITCHELL, Clerk
Anna Card, Owner!
At Marshall Sunday.
The dedication of the Christian
church at Marshall has been si t
for next Sunday. It will be an
all day service with basket din
ner. Everybody is invited to at-
Prank Shinionek has purchas-
ed the old George Sperry farm
from Albert Sauferna. Consid-
eration was $6,400. Mr. Shi-
jiianek's purchase adjoins his
fWlne place on the southwest.
T. E. HOWARD
pays highest price fur
Humphreys Building, North Main
Bring Us Your Cream
We pay highest market price
Lightning Kills Three Horses
.John Malum, three miles from
Marshall, lost three head of good
horses Saturday. The animals
were killed by lightning during
Saturday's storm. Those killed
were the three best of five head
in the pasture.
Boy Kicked in Face by Mule.
The 10-year-old son of B. II.
Otto, who resides southeast of
of town was kicked in the face by
ii mule Tuesday afternoon. The
animal's hoof struck the lad a
glancing blow on the mouth, cut-
ting his lip severely. It requir-
ed six stitches to close the
The Congregational church
Sunday school will hold a picnic
at the Iii-ii Thorne farm, south-
west of town, Friday, Aug. 27th.
A general invitation has been ex-
tended to all who wish to take
The Ladies' Missionary Socie-
ty of the Congregational church
met at the parsonage Wednes-
Mr. and Mrs. (). I). Miller and
family were tendered a farewell
on the Congregational church
lawn on Tuesday evening. The
greater part of the congregation
was present. Their many friends
are loth to sec them depart.
DRAPER & HAMMER'S
East Side of Main 1st door
north of Clipper Of.re. We
Solicit the patronage of our
old friends and cordially in-
vite new customers to gi**e
us a trial. All v/ork as good
as the best.
Draper & Hammer
Cemetery Association Entertain-
ment Was Excellent.
The musical program for the
benefit of the Cemetery Associa-
tion, at the City Opera House
last Friday night failed to draw
the audience to which it was en-
titled. The instrumental and vo-
cal numbers were excellent, as
were also the readings. Especi-
ally that by Mrs. John Duffy,
"The Model Dream,"founded on
Greek literature. It was produced
with light effects and the artistic
posing that was excellent. At
the close of the program, Mr. L.
A. Ferrel addresed the audience
at some length regarding what
the Cemetery Association had
accomplished and urged that the
public co-operate with the mem-
bers of the association, not only
in the matter of caring for and
in beautifying the last earthly-
resting place of the dead, but
in other plans for civic improve-
August Zerber will preach at
I the Church of God Chapel, at the
j cornel1 of Cherokee and Seventh
j streets, next Sunday, August 2i),
at II p. m. All are invited to
come and hear him.
I One of the enjoyable affairs of
the season was a surprise on Mr.
j and Mrs. Burdett Parker Wed-
| nesday evening in honor of their
I leaving this neighborhood. About
1 forty-five of their friends and
j neighbors took part, gathering
at H :.S(). Mr. and Mrs. Parker
| were greatly surprised. .
The evening was passed quick-
ly and pleasantly with music
! undo ut-of-door games for the
| young folks. Refreshments of
ice creain, cake and water melon
I was served and a good time en-
1 joyed by all. They departed at
a late hour for their homes after
wishing Mr. and Mrs. Parker
sucess and prosperity in their
Mr. and Mrs. Parker have been
workers in the Sunday school
and Endeavor and will be missed
there as well as in our social af-
fairs. —A Guest.
FOR SALE— My building on
Xortb Main street now occupied
j by my cleaning and pressing es-
tablishment. 1 am going to erect
new brick building and will sell
frame building at a bargain.
MRS. M. F. BROWN.
Will Impose a Penalty.
Aceording to a statement is-
sue! by (ieorge Noble, state high-
way commissioner, a penalty will
be imposed upon those who fail
to liquid,;,e their automobile
tax by September 1. The penal-
ly is $25.00.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our many
friends for their acts of kindness
shown to our husband and father
liyiug his late illness, and for
he beautiful Mowers sent to
'beer us during this dark hour,
anil we assure you that we have
not the words to express our
inks for tribute and honor
shown liiiu and us by the busi-
ness men of Hennessey in clos-
their respective places of
business during the funeral
hour. We certainly appreciate
very kindness shown and every
heeling word spoken.
Mrs. .labcz A. Felt,
Flora I. Felt.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie (i. Felt,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Iv Felt,
.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sponsler.
Miss Ha/el (lamer will accept
a limited number of piano and
voice pupils after September 1st
.Miss Hauler has received a cor-
ticate in both voice and piano
and is well qualified to give in
County Attorney Blair filed a
uplaint against Ed. Alexander
charging him with perjury in
connection with his testimony in
the bootlegging case against him
tried 011 or about May 6th. Al-
exander swore that he was not in
Kingfisher on March 2, while th
County Attorney claims he was
in the city on that day. King-
Obituary—Mrs. Eli Robinson
Mary lsabell Moore was born
•lanuarv 12. Is.'):!, at Oskaloosa,
Iowa, and passed away August
IS. at her home four miles west
ol Hennessey. She was 02 years,
S months and (i days old at the
time of her death. She was unit-
ed in marriage to Eli Robinson
May 27th, isti.s, at Edd.vville,
Iowa. Twelve children were
born to this union, six sons, all
of whom are living, and six
daughters, three dying in infan-
Mrs. O. T. M 'Keever, of this
place, Mrs. .1. C. Tingley, of An
adarko; Mrs. E. <Bailey, of
Enid; .1. (i. It'd'iiiKou, of Elli-
cott, Colo.; Hue, Earl and Willie
Bohinsou, of this place, was pres-
ent at the fu'liral. Fred Robin-
son. of Fort Casey, Wash., arriv-
I too late for huieral. Ed. Gol-
'ii, I!. ( was not able to come.
She was converted to the Lord
in ISiT and lived a beautiful
< 'hfistian life til' her death.
She, with her husband and
children moved from Wichita,
Kansas, to Hennessey in lfls'1
she was love,I 11" all who knew
held at the home, Rev.
Hickman, of Oklahoma City, of
ficiating. She was laid to rest in
the Hennessey cemetery to a
the coming of the Life-Giver
Mrs. Howard Stout, df
more, Kans., left for her home
Monday after visiting at the
Bud Rogers home and with rela-
tives her" Mrs. Stout formerly
resided eleven miles southeast of
Hennessey and has many old
( hester Milton T'mberger and
Mary Dollie Gregory, both of
Hennessey. Married by Judge
Lorris Dow Hunk, of Dover,
and Miss Helen Archer Dunn, of
Edward Marshall Barnum, of
< antic, Okla., and .Miss Florida
Ann Mathews of Kingfisher.
Mrs. A. E. Lane was an Enid
War on Prices
in Hennessey, Okla.
If the European war stops tomorrow
1 will stop this great war on prices.
Buy now. I must have money and
am making these prices to raise it
immediately. When 1 raise the re-
quired amount 1 will stop the sale
—not before. All goods guarantied
to he first class. Many other artic -
les not mentioned here included in
this sale. All goods will be sold lor
strictly cash. We pay highest mar-
ket prices for butter and eggs.
Sugar, per sack $6.G5
25c Peaberry coffee, 5 lbs 1.00
25c Arbuckle coffee, 5 lbs 1 (10
Ask for Big Sale Bill at Store
All coupons or tickets will be re
deemed in silverware while the sil-
The Bargain Store
N. F. Razook, Prop. Hennessey Okla.
Col. Murphy's Public S.ile Dates
Monday, August 30—G. W.
Lightle, 1miles south and (i1/.
miles east of Hennessey.
Thursday, Sept. 2-Annie Card
7 !| miles west and ys north of
Thursday, Sept. :t — Robert
Rounds, 4 miles west of Hennes-
Tuesday, Sept. 14 -S. T. St rat-
ton, IJi/o miles south and a( Wl.st
Sept. 15—(i. I. Ourrin, ,K miles
northeast of Dover.
Friday, Sept. 17—C. I). Hart,
'/•> mile north and 2 east of Hen
Phone to Mr. Murphy or to
the Clipper office for sale dates.
Wheat, per bushel $1.05
A card from Mr. and Mrs.
•John Smith, announces their ar-
rival in Chicago. They state that
the weather was cold and dark,
with much rain and crops far
behind previous years. They
leave for Wisconsin the last of
The numerous friends of Miss
Nina I>t'i11ain are glad to see her
back again in her accustomed
place as saleslady at the Cash-
ion and Dayhuff store, after a
four months' vacation.
Mrs. O. I). Miller and
Everett and Bradley, and
daughter left Wednesday
in g for Bart ha 11, Wash.,
they expect to make their
home. Mr. Miller and
Claude, are still here, but. expect
to join the rest of the family soon
Air. and Mrs. Miller's departure
is viewed with regret by their
many friends, but all feel that
11 year's absence from Hennessey
is all that they can stand and
hopefully predict their return.
On Train No. 12
Leaves Hennessey at
5:26 o'clock a. m.
Take advantage of this Service
on your trip to
Division ('•••rngpr Agent
Oklahoma City. Okla
A. J. CLYMANS
Tilt. A|t- RocIf Island Lines. Hennessey. Ok
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1915, newspaper, August 26, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105987/m1/5/: accessed September 16, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.