The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 27, 1916 Page: 7 of 12
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THE CLIPPER, HRWWE88EY, OKLAHOMA THUR8DAL, JULY 27, 1916
dIVn. Or ink.
Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Gritz
-spent Sunday at the John
Mr. and Mrs. John Ricks and
Family and Mr. and Mrs. Prank
Grit* and Miss Martha Treida
autoed to .Marshall Tuesday to
ale of Mrs
rt Lyon, of Gr
is here visiting
and Mrs Itradv
('. Foster home
•r at this
Mr. and Mrs.
visited with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs.
called at the H.
Mr. and Mrs. J.
called at the Rill it
been quite sick, is
Pete and Dora
day with tliei
lierkenhile, and familv.
Air. and Mrs. Hector Chai'tier
visited out west of Hennessey
from Saturday until Tuesday.
Ko.v and Naomi Gaul visited
visited at the Charticr home on
Gilbert Charticr called on Ho;
Foster Sunday evening,
Mary Harry returned hoint
j Monday from her sister's, Mrs.
he has been
| With Mr. and
beck this wee
MCullum is visiting
Mrs. Will Hollen-
over to the
| tor's silo.
j Mary Harry called at the
| W Charticr home Tuesday
Miry took his engine
Jody Richard's farm
to help fill the lat-
ittend the >
Miss Haysbell Watkins* ol
Eniil, spent Sunday with Mis:
Mr. L. M. Leibenknight has
finished thrashing and has pull-
ed in for the season.
Plowing and filling
the order of the dav.
Goodnight is on the sick
night and Sun-
W K. (iulker, of Kingfisher,
as a Hennessey visitor Satur-
l;t \ .
Miss Charolotte Shaw, of Do
vct, and Pauline Hollenbeck
spent Thursday with Miss Mar
Mrs. Ernest Yoeman is help-
ing at the (). I). Goodnight home
during Mrs. Goodnight's illness
Everybody get their guns
i slimed up and their tin cans,
: Willie Ricks is going south.
\!:ss Flo Morris and Mina
I \\ arner returned Tuesday after
week s visit at Ringwood.
.Mr. Siegman lias moved on the
I William Morris place.
Miss Cox of Ringwood,
iting her aunts and uncles
and Mrs. Warner and Mr.
Mrs. Fate Morris.
Arthur Haymaker is belpi
Frank Gritz put up feed.
What ails Henry that lie is
broke down here lately.
Legal blanks at the Clipper.
Emory D. Brownlee for County
Emory D. Hrownlee is a Repub-
lican candidate for the office of
County Judge. Mr. Hrownlee is
an able and wise counselor and
i veiv successful lawyer. He is
.: native of Ohio and a graduate
of the I'niversity of Michigan.
Aside from a few years practic-
ing law in Enid, lie lias been a
rcsnlcnt til' Kingfisher since the
opening in 188! . He lias always
taken a very active part in pub-
lic affairs and served two terms
as state senator from Kingfisher
and Blaine counties. He has al-
ways interested himself with ef-
ficiency and economy in county ,
ami state affairs and made a
state-wide reputation in the sen-!
ate as the republican leader in i
opposing the partisan election
laws advocated by the demo- j
erats; opposing I lie creation of
useless offices and the reckless
and extravagant expenditure ol
public tunds. lie was a member
of the judciarv committee of the
senate during his entire service.
Mr. Hrownlee has made a sue
cess in liis private affairs and is
:i heavy taxpayer in Kingfisher
County, and his knowledge of
law ami his wide and varied cn-
If It's New We Have It
Everything is new
and of the latest de-
sighs. Nothing is
more pleasing than
line jjlass or nice
jewelry. That's the
kind we have.
The Best Store In Town
is none too good. We have it. We try hard to
please you and want your business
Jewelry and Optomietrists
ful plaoo as a most popular court
with the people and attorneys.
In even capacity in which Mr.
i i* ... i I rownlec lias been called iinnti
pcrience m pubhc attains makes |l0 m.rVf. |ms m|i|I|i
ilim preeminently fitted for the
office of County Judge, a candi-
date who CAN BE ELECTED
and one whom the people and
the lawyers would have absolute
confidence. The county court
has a broad and extensive juris
diction, and with Mr. Brownlee
as County Judge, this court
would at once assume its riwht
service by t
if elected, hi
• is County .1 inIge eipiah
and excelled by none,
kuowletlge of iiis fitnt
office, his friends a
a sure winner in th
I by few
e urging his
• who wil
making a clean campaign with
the view ol securing the nomina-
tion on his own merits. Pol. Ad
W c. Brown for County Treas
urer vote for him in the Pri-
mary on August 1st. Pol Adv.
U On account of illness I have rented my farm ard will offer at public sale (i my fairr, 1 1-2 miles north ai d
o 1- miles west of Hennessey, 8 miles south and 3 1-2 miles east of Ait es 10 miles north of Kiel
[I and 1 mile north and 1 3-4 miles west of Lacey on
Mr and Mrs
Don Nugen, of
have been visiting
Mr. Will ise.V-
Sale commencing at 10:00 a. m., the following personal property to-vvit:
One bay horse, 6 years old, weight 1500 pounds
One yearling mare colt One span of good work horses
6-Heacl of Good Horses
One black mare, 12 years old, weight 1100 pounds, bred
One extra fine black mare, 7 years old, weight 1300 lbs., bred
15 Head of
One good cherry red milch cow, 5 years old
One extra good red milch cow, 5 years old
One red cow, 3 years old. giving milk
One fine Shorthorn male, 3 years old, a good gentle animal
One red milch cow, 7 years old
the former's brother,
I Nugen, and family th
1 hey started home
The party at Jones' last Wed-
jnesilay evening, given in honor
| of .Mr. Jens Madsen, that date
(being his birthday, was well at-
J ielided and all report a fine
I time. Ice cream and cake were
j served as refreshments. We are
sorry we were unable to obtain
the names of the guests present.
•Mr. George Snider, Miss Bern-
i ice Bruce, Miss Ruby Bruce,
Air. ami Mi's. Fred Spomer and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
I Huffman and son dined at the
jl>. Spomer home Sunday.
A surprise farewell party was
, given Mr. and Mrs. Will Nugen
last Saturday night, as they are
planning to leave as soon after
j their sale as possible for Colora-
Nugen visited at the Bruce home
Mr. Willie Spomer was
over night guest of George
der Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bruce and
family and Mr. George Snider
visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Nu-
gen Thursday evening.
(irandma Driskill lias been
pretty sick but is improving at
, Threshing is all done in this
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Berken-
bile called on Mr. and Mrs. John
R < rosswhite Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. John Rudd.
Mrs. Charles Gwynn and child-
ren, of Inola, Okla., are spend-
ing a week visiting oltl friends
in this neighborhood.
Mrs. Bert Goodnight is spend-
ing the week with her mother,
Mrs. John ('rosswhite, in llennes-
Five fine red yearling steers
One red yearling heifer
One red extra good milch cow, 5 years
One red cow (fat) weight 1000 pounds
Three fine red spring heifers
Two spring sleer calves
23 Head Hogs
Four shoats, wt. 50 lbs each
Five good spring pigs
Fourteen shoats, average 125 lbs
60 bushel of Corn
Farm Implements and Household Goods
Feed wagon and rack
Family carrige, goo'l cono'itiort
Two sets good harness
One set of plow harness
Two row Kingman <?hed
Five tooth cultivator
30-gallon iron kettle
One 2-section wooden harrow
One diamond plow
One Sandwich corn sheller
One Case riding plow
One Ohio riding cultivator
One 2-section steel harrow
One 14-inch walking plow
Other tools and household good3 too numerous to mention
One side saddle
One mail box
One pair bed springs
One heating stove
One set chairs
All sums of $10.00 and under, cash. On all sums over $10.00, a credit of 11 months will be given notes to
draw 10 percent interest from date, with approved security. A discount of 5 per cent will lie given for
cash payment on all sutns over $10.00, All property must be settled for before removing.
Good Free Lunch will be Served at Noon
COL. J. L. MURPHY, Auct.
FLOYD E. FELT, Clerk
J. W. LOWE
1 lie surprise was worked
well and they wondered why
I v\c were all there. Ice cream
I anil cake were served and vari-
J oils out-door party games were
enjoyed by the young folks.
; Those present were: Mr. and
•Mis. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Vern
Crosscn and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Taylor and children,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bruce and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lee and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Beadle and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Don Nugen Misses Pauline
j Pyle. Helen Magee, Dora Ber-
kenbile, Ruby and Dorris Ingle,
land Messrs. Jens Madsen, John
and Lewis Larsen, Fritz Berken-
bile- George Snider, Pete Ber-
kenhile. Manford Ingle, Ed Var-
blo, Flovd Finner, Willie Spom-
I er, I'retl Driskell, Frank Weber,
and Jim Green. The guests de-
parted at a late hour declaring
the evening had been a very de-
lightful one indeed.
Mr. and Mrs. Magee and dau-
ghters, Dorothy and Isabelle,
returned home Sunday after-
noon after an extended thresh-
Mrs. John Roder returned
j home one day last week.
A crowd of relatives and old
friends and neighbors of Mr.
'and Mrs. Fred Spomer gathered
i at their home Sunday afternoon
surprising them completely. The
| afternoon was spent eating ice
cream and cake and drinking
j lemonade. Mr. and Mrs. Spom-
er moved to the W. O. Carmer
i place the first of the week., and
the occasion was a farewell
gathering. All present enjoy-
ed the afternoon immensely,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Nugen and
fen and Mr. and Mrs. Don
Mr. Ol States is some better
at this writing.
Mrs. Chester Baldwin was
s moiled to Nash, Okla., last
week by telephone and left for
that place Tuesday where a
brother and sister are sick with
Mrs. Ira Hawk and children
Mrs. Charles Gwynn and child-
ren were guests of Mrs. O. J.
Baldwin last Friday.
Mrs. Frank Ludwig, of Fair-
mont, spent last week with her
foster, Mrs. John R ("rosswhite.
The weather continues dry—
and plowing has most all ceased
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ilerrian
visited Sunday with the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Iler-
rian, of the Skeleton neighbor-
Ilershel Davis, who has been
'very sick for some time, is im-
Fred Ilerrian spent Sunday
with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Bailey and
sons visited two days last week
with Mrs. Bailey's parents.
Rev and Mrs. J. ,J. Barnes
u ere dinner guests at the A. C.
Ilerrian home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Field and
children visited Sunday with
the former's sister, Mrs. Edd
Little Louise Beard visited
one day last week with Turah
There was a large crowd in
attendance at the Jim Mattocks
sale last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ilerrian
called at the A. C. Herrian home
Acts Surely, Safely
•lust because you nro feeling the ill
effects of a torpid liver is no excuse
for buying a harmful medicine that
has brought physical decay to thous-
ands. Calomel is dangerous and as ev-
eryone knows, has a very disagreeable
and weakening after effects. Medical
science has found a natural vegetable
remedy, QRIOSBY S LIV VER LAX,
that thoroughly cleanses the liver and
bowels, wihout causing any bail feel-
ing. Children can lake it with per-
fect safety. Every bottle guaranteed.
50c and $1 a bottle. None genuine
without the likeness and signature o'
K. Origsby. For Sale by G.C.SAUR
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