The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1916 Page: 5 of 12
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THB OUPPBR. HBMNI88KY. OKLAHOMA CHPR8PAY, SEPT 7. 1916.
What Is More Becoming?
to a Lady or Gentle-
man than a line
watch and chain or
a nice fob. We have
just received a new
lot from which to
Make Your Selections Early
while the assortment is good We sell nothing but
the best, but our prices are the lowest.
Jewelry and Optomietrists
Well, the sun still shines. Doesn't
Y' Mr. and Mrs Charles Magee re-
turned to the Magee home Tuesday
noon, and a charivari was planned
and successfully carried out at the
home of his father, about ten miles
southeast of town, that evening.
The general noise produced brought
results in the shape of a generous
treat of cigars and candy. Various
out-door games were indulged in
and the evening was very pleas-
antly spent. The crowd departed at
a late hour, extending their bestl
wishes for a long and prosperous j
life for the young couple.
Mr. Bump and daughter. Edith, |
called at the Bruce home, Friday j
Inez Lee and children and Mrs. I
Bruce visited Mrs. Crask, Friday, |
Mrs. Crask is still very ill
Misses Jennie Gallup and Leora
Crosswhite visited Bernice and
Ruby Bruce from Saturday night
until the first of the week.
outhwest of town, on 1 Hennessey,
ugust, reports a good comrades.
and many other old
of our publications with discount to A. W V te who held a public | Squire H. E. Van Trees, formerly of J University at Guthrie, and a mem
teachers. ;>t his farr.;
BYRNE PUBLISHING CO." the 30th o
We have just finished paying sale and ti
$5000.00 for BYRNE SYSTKMS in *a r*'a'
Oklahoma and of course we restrict < we"
them to the
CAPITAL CITY BUSINESS COL for Dakota
LEGE, Oklahoma City and Guthrie. John DaVault returned home on
(Clipper) Thursday night from Hobson, Mon
tana, where he had visited his
the general average
ti in he ex)**cted.
i- b: >h as $8t) Mr
expect to leave soon
Miss Nettie Liddle went to Kiefer
Monday morning where she will
te;vh 'h>> 'hird grade in the public
schools for a iev> weeks, or until
the recovery of the regular teacher,
who is ill of typhoid fever. Miss
Nettie taught in the high school at
Kiefer last year as instructor of
As Told to Us ! daughter" Mrs' M. E^toner and a 1 and had contracted for the
I son and daughter. George DaVault same position this year, but due to
■inH Mr« Stpwirt it Missotil > Mont an affection of the throat was eom-
F. P. Sylvester is able to be out absent ^evera| n;onth< pelled togive up the position. She
and aroud after ;i six week illness ■ ' went to Kansas City recently where
with rheumatism. j Mjss Maude Herscher left Satur- a clinical examination was made
FOR SALE—One Atwater Kent! day for Big Sandy, Montana, where j by ostopathic physicians during
firing system for Ford car. Will j she will teach school the coming their convention at that place,
sell at a bergain, See Art Fisher'year. Miss Maude joined Miss Lois Dr. Edwards, of St. Louis, promi-
at the Star Mill. | Brittain, of Hennessey, who has nent as surgeon and ostopathic
been in Montana for several months physician, removed several growths
and will also teach in the vicinity from Miss Nettie's throat, and as-
sured her that with proper care
Mrs. T. E. Howard went to Enid j
Friday, where she took their baby j of Sandy
for an operation for the removal of an(j a year's reS( her throat would
adnoids. She returned home Sun- j Mrs. Bethal Corder and sister, [)e wel| a^ain Mjss Nett,e 0fteu
day night and the little fellow is j Miss Madge Shover, went to Guthrie termed as Hennessey nightingale
I the latter past of last week where
ber of the Mipshomer Quartet, that
toured the southern states several
times the past few years. He is
planning ' > tak" *> f«*w wwk*"< '
in au Oklahon. Vj a
IW.'V hfr ('*• '•Tin.
jH'tlc a.i.U . i -*•- . >1'.. • . . •
tied for the difficult position he is
undertaking. His many friends
wish him unlimited success.
O. B, Kidney returned Sun-
day from Okemah, Okla., where
lie accompanied two carload of
range horses, the propertyol' Mr.
Ben Stimniel -Mr. Stinunel sold the
animals to the presdient of the
First National Bank, of Okemah.
Acts Surely, Safely
this firm this winter.
Prof, and Mrs. E. A. Irvine and
children arrived Saturday from
Opal and Ida Bruce visited Doro- Vandalia, Mo. Prof. Irvine joined
thy Magee Sunday. ] his wife at Vandaha a few weeks
" .a j ... . . . ago, after the close of Normal at
Mrs. Gorrell and children visited « where hp (a h| evera,
her motner Mrs. I. A. White one
day last week
The surprise given in houor of
Guy Line's 28th birthday, Monday
evening was well attended. Every
one reports a good time and plenty
of ice cream and cake.
Glenn Shover, of the College Cor- they entered the Oklahoma Method-
ner neighborhood, who is at present ist University. i rs. or er \ i
in Montana, has accepted a position j take a course in K.ndergar en work
with the H L Baldwin Publishing :'nd.' t
Co., and will be in the employ of I Madge, w^0 s ta^ a ^
Edmond, where he
Dr. N. Rector. R. Reynclds, John
Hombeck and David Sipe returned
Thursday morning from Kansas
City where they had attended the
50th G. A, R National encampment.
They report a splendid time. They
has a beautiful voice of rare quali-
ty, and her inability to use it, even
for a short time, is the source of !
much regret among her many,
friends, and is extremely discom-
moding to her plans.
To Asia as Missionary
John C. Shover, eldest son of Mr. j
and Mrs J. T. Shover, is planning
to go to Asia as a missionary of the j
M. E. church Mr. Shover is a gra- j
Just ln.ausp you :iro feeling the ill
effects of a torpid liver is no excuse
for buying a harmful medicine that
has brought physical decay to thous
amis. Calomel is dangerous and as ev-
eryone knows, has a very disagreeable
and weakening after effects. Medical
si ience has found a natural vegetable
remedy. GRIGSBY'S LIV-VER LAX.
that thoroughly cleanses the liver and
bowels, wihout causing any bad feel-
ing. Children can take it with per-
fect safety. Kvery bottle guaranteed.
IjUp and $1 a bottle. None genuine
without the likeness and signature of
met John Baldwin, John Lyons and duate of the Oklahoma Methodist 11. k. Urigiby. For Sale by g.c.baub
Cozy Corner Items
Still looking for rain.
Miss Georgia Snyder has left for
Stillwater, where she will teach
school the follpwing year.
Mrs. Charles Hames and daugh-
at this | ter, Elva, of Olathe, Kansas, has
| been visiting her sisters near here.
Misses Helen Magee, Lola ^ Pow- Mrg Mark stephens
ers. Bernice Bruce, Jennie Gallup, i Emil visited home
Leora Crosswhite, Ruby Bruce and j
Messrs. John Larsen, Frank Weber, I Beulah Clemens of Marshall, has
George Snyder, Lewis Larsen, Mah-; been visiting Mrs. Jacobs for a few
Ion Gorrel and Varble dined Sun- j days.
day at the E. A. Pyle home. I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snyder are re-
A crowd of friends and neigh- i joicing over the arrival of a fine
bors gathered at the Bruce home i baby girl.
Thursday evening. Aug. 31, to help | Mrs. Chas. Beauchamp and daugh-
Miss Bernice celebrate her eign- j ter> Florence and Ona Thornton,
v'eenth birthday anniversary. Those ! called at the Snyder home Wednes-
present: Mr. and Mrs. Pyle and < day afternoon.
sons, Homer andi Florence Beauchamp called on
and'Mrs.' Charles Magee and Misses Mrs. Edna Lane Friday afternoon.
Pauline Pyle, Helen Magee, Lola Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beauchamp
Powers, Ruby Ingle, Marie Mitchell, and daughter, Florence, called at
Ocle Mitchell, Edith Bumps and the Mark Stephens home, Sunday.
Dorothy Magee and Messrs. Jens Mrs Emma Jacobs Beu)ah clem.
Madsen, John Larsen I* rank Web entg Qna Thornton and Florence
er. Pete Berkenbile, Fritz Be™&n- Beauchamp called at the Snyder
bile, Mahlon, Luke and Herber > - jj0me one jgy |ast wee|<
rel. George Snyder, Lonme Blythe, '
Willie Spomer, Manford Ingle, Her- (Clipper)
man Kuver, Fritz Driskell, Lewis Hennessey Cemetry Associa-
Larsen; Edd. Varble. Party games f.jon Receipts for July
were played during the early part d A t
of the evening, and at a late hour. | d,m
cakes were served. Those who j g l. Jones, dues $1
presented the cakes were: Mrs, i M. A. Mitchell, dues 1
Bruce, who baked the birthday cake ' Mrs. J. A. Felt, dues 1
containing the name and age, Miss ji_. a. Ferrel, dues 1
Edith Bumps, Helen Magee, Ruby j a. Fowler, dues 2
Ingle and Mrs. Edd. Lee. j Mrs. Throckmorton, dues ... _.. 1
The picnic at A. M. Ingle grove
was well attended and all report a
Jas. Harding, dues... - - - 1
Rev. A. Arnote, dues 1
Jake Stinson, dues 1
Robt. Johnson, dues . _. . 1
Wm. McGee, dues 1
I John Huffman, Jr., dues 1
' Mrs. McCarty, dues 2
Mrs. Adelia Campbell, dues 1
Ben Stimmel, dues. — 3
Mrs. M. M. Cox, dues. 1
are only a few of the many
attractive features of Rock
Total dues $20.00
Total for lots 35.00
Total for graves. .... 32.50
May T. Merrill,
As I have rented my farm, I will hold a public sale at my place, 3 1-2 miles east and 1 1-2 south ot Hennessey,
Monday, Sept. 11 th
Sale to commence at 10:00 o'clock a. m., the following personal property, to-wit:
21 Head Horses and Mules
Gray mare, 7 yrs old, wt 500, in foal by horse
Bay mare, 6 yrs old, wt 1300, in foal by horse
Gray mare, 13 yrs old, wt 1200, in foal by horse
Buckskin mare, 13 yrs old, wt 1000, in foal by jack
Bay filly, 2 yrs old, wt 1300, in foal by jack
Buckskin horse, 13 yrs old. wt 1000
Gray horse, 4 yrs old, wt 1100
Bay gelding, 2 yrs old, wt 1200 Filly, 1 year old
Bay gelding, 2 yrs old, wt 1200 One Pony
Three yearling mules Three spring mule colts
One fine Spanish Jack, 15 hands high, 8 years pld
Match span black mules, 3 yrs old, 15 hands high
Direct Lines to
and beyond. Superior service
For reservations or information,please
call on or write local Ticket Agent,
Rock Island Lines, or address
FAY THOMPSON, Division P«««. At«nl
Oklahoma City, Okla.
I i J D 1 * Cl 11* D** M No- 1622-29482, imported by Kebert. Berges
Imported Belgium Mallion—Dijon d Utrange & son, of wenona, in., August s, 1904. a
a beautiful bay in color with star, weight 1950. Bred by Joseph Seny, Otrange, Belgium.
30 Head of Good Cattle
Red cow, 9 yrs old, calf by side
Roan cow, 9 yrs old, giving milk
Red cow, 0 yrs old, giving milk
Red cow, 6 yrs old, giving milk-
Red cow, 5 yrs old, giving milk
Red cow, 3 yrs old, giving milk
Red cow, 3 yrs old, giving milk
Red cow, 2 yrs •old, giving milk
Red cow, 2 yrs old, giving milk
Red cow, 2 yrs old, giving milk
Three red heifers, coming 2 yrs old
Six yearling heifers
One yearling steer
Seven spring calves One red cow
Shorthorn bull, 3 yrs old
HEAD HOGS—4 head of them full blood Poland China shoats that will weigh about 80 pounds each
Red Letter Year
Meet us at the State Fair Sept
23 to 30.
Be sure and visit our booth; see
our students work on display and
students at work
Our second year at the State
Fair and booth doubled in size.
This is a red letter year for Capi-
tal City Business College. Our Ok-
lahoma City school just established
in June is rapidly growing. Byrne
Systems are ahead now to stay.
We teach the SYSTEM OTHER
PART OF A LETTER THAT IS
"Tyler, Texas. Aug. 4. 1916.
Mr. H. C. Shinn, Mgr.,
Capital City Business College,
Oklahoma City, Okla.
We are just in receipt of a letter
from a competitor of yours in Okla-
homa City stating a desire to teach
the BYRNE SYSTEM and asking
us to send catalogue, price list etc.,
Farm Implements and Household Goods
McCormick binder, good as new
80-bushel spreader, good as new
Superior wheat drill, 14-hole
One old wheat drill
New Oliver sulky plow
Good Enough sulky plow
Kingman riding lister, corn or
Two riding cultivators
Champion hay rake
Reader Shuller wagon, good as new
Low wheel wagon and rack
Five tooth cultivator
Sandwich feed grinder,corn or kafir
Kafir corn header
Three sets work harness
Set of of buggy harness
Two sets of flynets
Set buggy flynets
Delaval cream separater, good as
new, No. 12
Two 5-gallon cream cans
Kitchen cabinet Churn
Heating stove Folding bed
Wooden bedstead High chair
Domestic sewing machine
Howard piano, good as new
Krit Auto, good as new 20 tons Hay 200 bushels Corn 30 bushels Barley
notes to draw 10 percent interest from date. A discount of 3 per cent for cash on all sums Free Lunch
All sums of $10 and under, cash
aw 10 percent interes
over $10 All property must be settled for before removing.
On sums over $10 a credit of 12 months will be given,
Col. J.L. Murphy, Auct. Tr I w I
John Smith, Clerk O w 1 ^1
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1916, newspaper, September 7, 1916; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106041/m1/5/: accessed October 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.