The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 30, 1915 Page: 4 of 10
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You will save money of you
Buy Coal Now
Best McAlester Lump $6.50 per ton
Bernice Anthracite Lump $9.00
Anthracite coal is low in volatile constituents; high in heat units.
Government efficiency tests show that two tons of Anthracite
coal are equivalent to three tons of the best Bituminous coal.
Star Mill & Elev. Co.
1st printed in Clipper Sept. HO,'!• 2t
The 1914 delinquent tax on real
estate will be advertised on October
7th, 101 and sale on Mondava No-
vember 1st, 1015. So get your re-
mittances to this office before Octo-
ber 7th. to nave costs of advertising.
S. P. Robinson,
O ld Bits of News from Here
Milburn. O.—.J. I). Hart ex-
hibited nt the countj fair « pair
of stockings over 100 years old.
Tltey were made by his grand-
mother who picket! the cotton,
wove it into thread hikI then
knit the stockings. During the
storm in Galveston in 1900 they
were rescued with difficulty and
by the merest accident saved.
lieloit. Wis. Clarence Mont-
ro.v is earning money to pay his
>v. through school hv allowing
automobiles to run over his
hodv nt h mile-a-ininute clip.
Ti'en I"' takes up u collection in
ti e crowd. He also bends horse
sin es iti his teeth as a side line.
Ii> was left an orphan when his
father murdered his mother, sis-
tcv and brother and then com-
Williston, X. I).—When Ken-
ui tli .Jordan, an eight-year-old
prisoner in the county jail, se-
cured the keys from the sheriff
and opened the doors, telling the
prisoners they eould escape. On
iy one of the twelve took advan-
tage of the offer. The one who
escaped, was re-arrested.
Chester, Pa. William Downs
was entrapped by blue dye in a
vat which he was mending, he
was overcome by fumes and tak-
en out for dead. After the on-
dertaker had prepared the body
for burial and removed it to the
Down's home, the corpse arose
on his bed and screamed: "I'm
not dead and don't you think 1
Shelby ville, 1ml. —The Lon
Mull farms, near Manilla, have
the record apple. It is sixteen
inches in circumference and it
weighs twentv-six ounces.
Philadelphia. Pa.— It takes 50
cents to commit suicide by the
gas route in Philadelphia. When
Viola Day grew tired of life, she
puj a pipe on the gas jet, the
other end in her mouth and lay
down to die. The quarter in the
meter ran out and her life was
London, Kng. Knglisli women
who have always looked on the
use of rouge as had taste, are be-
ginning to use it in large (inan-
ities. The makers of cosmetics
say that worry from the war is
making the women pale and
they arc resorting to paints and
powders in despertion.
A barrel of nice Lake White
Fish, 3 for 10c at Farmers
An Up-To-Date Circus.
The .Jones Bros.' Big Three Ring
Wild Animal Cureus will show in
Hennessey Wednesday, October 13th,
That the rushing, hurrying Ameri
ran public demands a great deal tor
their money is made evident front the
fact that a circus must present novel
ties and unusual feature arts never
before attenmpted in the old days
Kver foremost in originality and pro
gression. the Jones Brothers offer this
season their bi<:, new giant three fold
eircus combined in one, giving the
largest, most comprehensive exhibi
tions of trained wild animal acts and
Kurcpean attractions never before
presented in this country. No ex
pense has been spared and as a result
itc an be truly said that nothing mo
stupendous, so prodigally lavis and
thrilling, has ever been attempted
under cauvas. Grandeur, sublimity
and magiiifieence embrace a constella-
tion of star performers to which the
entire world has contributed. All ot
:he greatest equestrians, high school
and posing horses, bare back riders,
high jumpers, leapers, aerial acrobat-
c and gymnastic artists of the conti-
nent have been cora lied under 011
management. Kvery act is reproduc-
ed with jitrikinj; realism and prolong-
ed applause is bestowed in recognit-
ion of a program of extraordinary
merit. Audacious and daring, the
lones Bros, have arranged many new
and novel surprises for their arena
department. A posing act of living
no.iels representing the various arts,
> an exquisite creation that has arous-
ed unprecedented enthusiasm. Grace-
ful dancing girls are another feature.
This mammoth organization travels in
its own steel trains and in the most
complete, up-to the minute, circus to
cater to the public. Enormous crowds
testify their appreciation by filling
the big tent to its capacity. That the
parade is a strong factor with such an
enterprise is demonstrated by the re-
markable showing of caparisoned
horses, vans of open cages containing
fierce looking wild beasts, herds of
elephants and cornels that follow the
. : ch, handsome girls atop of «.,itter
ing wagons, bra*s bauds, chariots
drawn by Arabian stiw«N and happy,
laughing clowns. T! i> is the show
that gives so muoh for so little. Don't
is 1 he big. free street parade, that
iea\e« the sl ow groen> s promptly at
o'clock ev • • ivm. tit*
War on Prices!
We Carry a Nice Line of School
Tablets and Pencils
Sugar, per sack $5.75
(!as, per gallon 15c
!i cans Salmon for 25c
7 cans Pet milk for 25c
Tobacco, Horseshoe or, Star
per pound 45c
25c itaking Powder per can.21c
25c Pea berry Coffee 5 lbs. $1.00
2"<c Arbuckle Coffee, 5 lbs. $1.00
20c Coffee, 2 lbs for 35c
Celery, 15c bunch for 10c
< i'lery, 10c a bunch or 2 for. 15c
Crapes, Bananas, Lemons, and
Prunes, all fresh at low prices
/ sk for list of printed prices on
C )ods. We are still making war
<ni prices. I push prices down
to push business up. When you
i: ed anything come try our
j.rocerics. Get our prices, it will
< ust you nothing.
WE WANT YOUR BUTER
EGGS AND POULTRY
The Bargain Store
N. F. Razook, Prop., Hennessey
1st printed in Clipper Sept. 30,'15 lit
notice for publication
State of Oklahoma. Kingfisher Coun-
The Farmers and Merchants Na-
tional Bank, of Hennesseyt Oklaho
Robert L. Payne, Mary K. Zwickv,
C. M. Armstrong, B. L. .loties and A.
I. Moore, Defendants.
Before J. A. Liddle, a Justice of
the Peace of Hennessey District,
Kingfisher County, Oklahoma.
Said Defendant, Robert L. Payne,
will take notice that he has been sued
in the above named court for upon a
promissory note dated .Ian. 1914,
due May 1st, 1915, for $160.00, less
payments thereon of $50.00, together
with accrued interest and attorneys
fees, and that in said action, a writ
of attachment has been issued and
levied ou your personal property, and
that you must answer the petition
filed therein by said Plaintiff on or
before the lHth day of November, A.
I >. 1915. or said petition will be taken
as true, and judgment for said Plain-
tiff in said action for $110.00 princi-
pal, together with accrued interest
and $10.00 attorneys fee and costs
of suit will be rendered against you
and the attachment therein granted
will be sustained and said property
sold to satisfy the judgment in said
action .1. A. LIDDLE,
.lustice of the Peace
W. O. CROMWELL,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Hoard of County Commissioners
mt this Oth day of Sept., 1915, in reg-
ular session. Present, .!. 8. Patrick,
Chairman, C. M. Wilson, (ieo. T.
Wadsworth and Win. (*. Newer, Coun-
The following officer** reports ap-
Ccorge H. Laing, report district
Sarah Linton, county superintend,
Wm. O. Newer, report county clerk.
George H. Laing, report of county
(lus D/.ur, report of Greenwood
(ieorge F. Long, report of sheriff.
The following claims audited and
Wm. < . Newer, salarv, county clerk,
J. It. Chamberliii, salary, election
W. C. Brown valnrv, deputy treas.
urer, $75.00. ^
C. R. Steele, salary, surveyor,
S. F. Robinson. salary, county
•I. S. Patrick, salary, county com-
W. M. Rutherford, salary, under
Carrie Kelley salary, deputy coun-
ty clerk, $50.00.
W, N. Blair, sr.lary, county attor-
K, A. Duggaii, salary, jailor, $00.00.
Surah Liston. salary, county super-
< Ieorge F. Long. salarv, sheriff,
Clara Callisou ularr, deputy coun-
ty treasurer, *H5.oO.
\V. H. Meade, salary, assessor,
George Wadsworth, salarv, county
R. A. Frakes< salary, deputy coun
tv clerk, $75.00*
C. M. Wilson, salary, county com-
inissioner, *>4.' .00.
R. F. Shutlert salary, county judge,
W. S. Hurt, service court crier,
Ceorge II. Laing, salary. court
Im'/ L. Fisk, salary, deputy court
Samuel Forte, salary, janitor, $50.
The sheriff is hereby ordered to sell
for cash to the highest bidder at, the
north steps of the Court House, at
10 a. in. Wednesday, Sept. 8th, 1915,
one leather grip confisicated in case
of State vs. Taylor, on order of judge
of county court.
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS FI ND.
The following claims audited and
Mary L. Freelnnd, widow's pension.
Lillie May Stewart, widow's pen-
Mrs. M. L. Goodpasture, widow's
Nancy L. Rasp, widow's pension,
Barbara Walta, widow's pension,
Ethel Hardesty, widow's (tension,
Columbia Carbon and Ribbon Co.
ribbons and carbon, $27.00 claimed;
Kingfisher City, water and light
for August, *rt.l3.
Paradis & Nnchtegal, soap and
Cooperative Pub. Co.. supplies,
Homines. Wilson.Trave Co., records
for countv clerk, $42,50.
W. M. Welch Mfg Co., supplies for
«oniity attorney and supt.t *11.00.
Logau Snow Morton Co., rug for
county superintendent. $10.50.
Lot t Bros., 1 gross pencils, $7.00.
Warden Printing Co.. typewriter
•I.., l'<. Walton, t supplies • for * court
Honimes Wilson-Trave Co.. ledger
county treasurer, $32.50.
Warden Printing Co., warrant reg
• stcr for county treasurer, $25.00.
Kingfisher lee Co. ice book No. *95
Lott Bros.. 2 do/.en pencils, $2.00.
City of Kingfisher, water and light
for duly, $H.t7!
Kingfisher Free Press, supplies for
Board adjourned until Tuesday,
Sept. 7, 1915, at 9 a. m.
Board met pursuant to adjourn-
ment this. Tuesday? Sept. 7, 1915, at
9 a. in., with all members present.
POOR AND INSANE FI ND
The following claims audited and
.1. E. (iilbert, gro. to George Cov-
Mary Ghering, care of Fanny Liv-
.lohn A. Best, coal to poor, $5.00.
R. Pappe, dr., gro. to Joe Ketchum
L. O. Oleott, gro. to poor, $14.00.
t!us D/.ur, salary. Greenwood Home,
N i in Neelev, groceries to poor,
.1. C. Hill, groceries to poor, $5.00.
Marv II. Porter, care of Rosa Wil-
.1. iHill, soap and supplies to jail,
Farmers Store groceries to poor,
A. B. Conlev. supplies for Green-
-I i m D/.ur, labor at Greenwood,
$ 1 x.oo.
Pete's Drug Store, drugs for Green-
I wood, $0.10.
Logan Sno^y ^ Morton Co., sup-
| plies for Greenwood, $3.50.
Katie Chiles, money adv. for labor,
I .1. E. (iilbert. mdse to Geo. Coving.
I ton, *1.00.
L. Wolf, mdse to -loe Ketchum^ .50.
Pete's Drug Store, drugs to poor.
To Drive the Gloom Away
AH lamps of 60 candle power or smaller
are now 30c each.
All lamps above the 60 candle power
size are now of the Nitrogen type and
and sell as follows:
125 candle power
250 candle power ..
375 candle power....
F. H. TATHWELL, Lessee
Hennessey Electric Light, Power and Ice Company.
I $1.60, i M. E. Williamson, groceries to
II. L. Jones, groceries to poor, $0.00. poor, $5.00.
Cashion \ Day huff, mdse to poor, A. B. Conlev Merchandise to Green
I $22.95. wood, $0.05,
j John F. Hauser, meat for Green.' L. O. Oleott, groceries to Green-
I wood, $11,50. wood, $7.55.
Kingfisher Mill & Elev., lumber for Leader Grocery Co., groceries to
Greenwood, $30.15. poor, $3.15.
Cora Spencer, care of Smith child R. Pappe, Jr% groceries to poor,
ren $7.00. ($3.00
Economy Grocery, groceries to poor, J CONTINGENT FUND
$0.00. | Kingfisher TMines, publishing tax no-
li., Wolf, supplies for Greenwood tice, $3.50.
$2.00. | (Continued to Last Page)
As I am moving out of the country, I will sell at public sale on the old Robert
Wenzler farm, 8 1-2 miles east and 2 north of Hennes-
sey, and 7 west of Marshall on,
Thursday, October 7
Sale to commence at 10:00 o'clock, a. m., the following property, towit:
14 horses and Mules
One span of mares, 11 years old, weight 1100; colts by side
One mare coming 4 years old, weight 1000.
One thoroughbred driving horse coming 4 years old.
One gelding 3 years old, weight 1000; extra good animal.
One span of mare mules, coming 2 years old.
One span of suckling mules.
Four coming 4 year-old mules. Well broke.
One horse 8 years old, weight 1200, well broke.
34 head of Good Cattle 34
Eleven head of good milch gows that will be fresh soon; good colors and quality.
Seven head of coming 2-year-heifers; will be fresh by the first of April; all good colors.
Fourteen head of early spring calves. Extra good bunch.
One registered Short Horn male coming 2 years old.. Extra good animal.
9 head Good hogs
One good brood sow.
One Duroc Male.
Five good sfcoats, wt about 70 pounds each.
Two barrows, wt 375 pounds each.
One McCormick corn binder in good running condition.
One disk cultivator. One lister.
One disk plow. One Tiger wheat drill, 14 disc.
One 14-inch gang plow.
Some Household Goods.
About twenty tons of cane hay; some in bundle and some in shock.
Two-thirds of ten acres of Feterita in field. Extra good and well headed.
All sums of $10.00 and under, cash. On all sums over $10.00 a credit of
11 month's time will be given, notes to draw 10 per cent interest from date.
A discount of 5 per cent will be given on all sums over $10 00. All prop
erty must be set!led for before removing.
Col. J. L. Murphy, Auct.
Flovd E. Felt, Clerk
T .L. EVANS,
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