The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 1, 1917 Page: 4 of 10
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THE OLIPPKR. HENNESSEY. OKLAHOMA THURSDAY, MAR 1. i t?
If you need either field, garden, flow-
er seeds, or onion sets, we have the
kind that will grow—we recommend
them as the best. Come in while our
stock is complete.
We have just received a shipment
oi fresh guaranteed—make 'em lay-
Poultry Food. Now is the time to try
it while eggs are high.
Myers Produce Co.
South Main Store
A Plea for Paint
.lust now, when you have the
tinu\ win not not a bucket of
good prepared paint and paint
your buildings or hire a painter
to do the job. It will give your
propertya value much beyond its
cost and 'lie example is contagi- j
oils. Your next door neighbor]
will do the same when lit sees ; willard Memorial meeting with
what difference a little paint | N))., \ .Mitchell 011 Friday
your living expenses and tile ex
eivise will be healthful. Tr\ it.
(Jet the seed and be ready when
planting time conn s.
Frances Willard Memorial Meet
ing Held Friday
Tile members of the W. C. T.
I", held their annual Frances
[ afternoon. The program render- j
thiug>. As you survey the result j(,(j prov,,,i uiteiesting and
ol your work, you will probably j^truetive. Special visitors were
also se** some little repairs that N)rs , K Wagner, .Mrs. .J. O.
you can make at small cost and ! Murk)>< Mrv < ;irri,- Hall, .Mrs.
after these are completed in- j Martha Holmes, Mrs. Rosa Mc-
spect your yard, esp-^ially _ th.- Vt.v Mrs \ L. Oarten and
back van! and the alley. 1 lot ii
Mrs. W. Brown, of King
ma> need your attention. Clean n of .\|IN w. E
tht'Hi up. Hum tho tra&h anu. < u 1 k«• f. Luncheon was served by
arrange to have the tin cans re , ,jlt refreshment committee, Mrs.
moved You'll be surprised how ' piov,i j.; Kelt, Mrs. W . K. (iul-
tutich it will improve the looks. m,s \ L. Richardson and
ol the whole property It will b-' \[,^ 1 )tv Dawson. An offering
an excellent example for you:
neighbor. Keep your property
up. It will look better, sell bet
ter and it will rent better—if
you should wish to rent it.
Cut the H C. of L. by Gardening
Back Yards and Vacant
for the Memorial fund was tak-
er. Those present felt that the
afternoon was well spent and
members of the 1'nion are grati-
fied with the steady advance-
ment and growing membership.
Card of Thanks
We wish so thank the friends
('ut the high cost of living b\ neighbors tor their many
planting a garden this spring, acts of kindness during our ill
1 "si your back vard or a vacant ■ ne-ss, ant
also wish to thank
lot nearby if you have not the
room in your own yard for a
garden plot. You'll be surprised
.it how much you can reduc
r j 7! I <! I f 11 1 B
i - ltv\i. Your Cosset „
' Mm* Ior Vou 8
" 1 Sfc*
the I'liristian Sunday school for
tlie beautiful flowers.
MI!S. IRKNE CAIN
!2D acre farm to be sold at
auction, March Sth. See adver-
tisement in this issue.
('oru, per bua . . I1"* toe to $1.00
Wheat, per bus. . . .$1.75
Hogs . $11.00 to $12.2">
" MRS. LUCY H.JOHNS ^
* Local Agent-Phone 131 <0
■ U 1
lbiis, per lb.
Rosters, per lb.
Ducks,, pet lb.
i iecsc, per lb
$5.00 to $5.50
$6.00 to $i.00
$fi.50 to liT.OO
Down Three Hundred Feet at
Walsh Dug-an Test on the
Good, progress is being made
r.t tin 'Walsh-Dugan test on the
northwest of the northwest ol'
1'J-IH B since their start on last
Thursday afternoon. despite
time lost in putting new flues in
the boiler, and they are now
down three hundred feet. The
drill encountered hard, red shale
after drilling through a tough,
red ela\. and later penetrated
\\ hat seems to have been a stra-
ta of blue shale. Practically no!
water Iuis been encountered, j
The drillers are working in two
Derrick Ready at Duffy Test-
Waiting on Machinery
The derrick at the Duffy test,
in the southwest of the north
c. st of 1.1-1 OS, was completed
tin first of he week. The ma-
chinery is now at Kansas City |
and should arrive here the last j
>i' the week and drilling opera-1
•ions should be underway some-'
time next week. Teamsters arc;
hauling out two carloads of coal I
to the well site this week. This
test, which is to be put down by j
the Simons Oil Co., of Bartles ;
villi', is attructini considerable
attention, and it looks good. |
Down 700 Feet at Kiel Well
A flat hole delayed work some-
what during the past yeek at
the well on the Chalker place,
section 7-18-H, aceordingto report
but rasing has now been set past
it and they are now drilling in
a red slinle formation at a depth
of 70" feet.
Permian Oil Co. Makes Location
Northwest of Hennessey
TI.e Permian Oil Company has
announced its new location on
the northwest of 7-20*4—about
twelve miles northwest of the
Duffy test. This company has
I a large block of acreage in that
Other Locations Will Be An
At least two more locations
j vi 11 be announced within the
j next week, according to the
I"dope." both of which will be
in the north half of Kingfisher
The report that seven wagon-
In,ids of derrick lumber from
Covington had passed through
.Marshall, enroute to this county
on Tuesday, created somewhat
of a stir among the oil "bgs'*
here, Wednesday, but nothing
could be learned regarding its
le.stinatioit or what had become
Another Showing in the Bucher
At the depth of 10H7 feet the
driller* at the Bucher well, on
the Sliult/ farm, located on sec-
tion s 24-7, picked up a sand
about five feet thick that had
the best showing for oil of the
'our sands thus far encountered.
At the extreme depth this well
has not been drilled and the
You Owe It to Yourself, Your Family and
Your Friends to Know About
Chiropractic is the knowledge, not theory of cause ol disease: the
science of knowing how and the art of ability to adjust it. I lie human brain
is where life currents are concentrated. The spinal cord and nerves are
purveyor of this mental force. If the brain absorbs, spinal cord conveys,
nerves transmit, and tissues, organs and viscrea receives this life current,
HEALTH is the product.
Obstruct the transmission of current and disease is the product.
Body plus life equals health. Body minus life equals death. Disease is
the abnormal fluctuation between these two quantities caused by varying
degrees of pressure upon nerves, interfering with transmission. A
Chiropractor knows why, where and how to remove the pressure and per-
mit currents to continue transmission for the purpose of reconstructing
disease to health. Health is the restoration of currents: not the stimula-
tion or di munition of how little does exist; stop taking drugs: they are
unnecessary. Avoid the knife, it is useless in i ."i per cent of cases If
sick, no matter what 6r where your ailments mild or severe, investigate.
1 can prove that Chiropractic is right and applicable to your case.
There is as much need to use care in the selection of a Chiropractor
as in any service, indeed greater need. My record <>!" uccessful achieve-
ments stands as a safeguard to you. You can place your case in my
hands with perfect confidence. I owe my success in Chiropractic to the
fact that 1 practice Chiropractic thoroughly. Chiropractic will not mix
with any other science and get results and results are what sick people want
Why wait? The usual plan is to try my Chiropractic adjustments
after everything else has failed. Would it not save a lot of unnecessary
expense and suffering if you tried my Chiropractic adjustments first, as
Chiropractic is the Golden Gateway to Health, put off no
longer. The opportunity which thousands of others have fcund and
tested bv their experience--their return to health Chiropractic is your hope
Do Not Stand in Your Own Light
EXAMINATION FREE |
. DR. OTIS LITTLE !
In Hennessey Thursday, Friday and Saturday each week
Report of the condition of
The Hennessey State Bank
\t the Close of Business November 17 !!•!(<
OO fact that a rotary rip is being
(used it is not possible to csti-
: mate the amount of gas except
that it was not a large showing.
The driller.s are progressing ami
have now drilled to a depth of
Lo.u*.s anil Ihfteount* 9130,8% i f
Overdrafts . . fJ-Jfi.UH
Huukiag House. Furniture und
Fixtures . 6,000. oo
Bonds and Warranto
Cash und Sight Exchange 89,703.03 121,8tt4.tr)
Surplus (Earned) .
Undivided Profits (Earned;
Another Sand in Shultz Well
Another sand was eneounter-
iu the Shultz well, loeated 011
the HK 8-'22-8, last Wednesday,
j This is the third sand eneount
nn eied at this test, the log of
which indicates than 11 new and
distinct field may be developed.
After passing through the sand,
which proved to be about twen-
ty feet thick, the bit went into a
blue shale formation.
rhe above statement lh eorns t MA MITCH ELI. Cashier
We offer you all the protection and extend ail the aeroiniaodatinri* that any other well
uittuatfed hank ¥riU extend and in addition WE GUARANTEE YOUR DEPOSITS Upon a
of ABSOLUTE PROTFTTION we solicit your business
You Can't L.ose
NOTICE (XIR CAIN IN DEPOSITS
December 27, 1915 $130,068.7!)
December 27, 1916 227,397.71
Net (Jain '17 <)•>
A charter has been granted
fo the Fairmont Oil Co. The in-
eor| uintors are: W. I). Drcedc
hofi nd I.' W. .lockson, of Fair
nont an i M W. Wilmot. of
'ovington. The capital stock
: > M30.000. .Marshall Tribune.
\ second loinion is soon to lie
jtiH.li ill Flynn township, in (Jar-
• hborlcio 1
, perhaps in the nei-
ol' section twenty
showed up as yet.-Marshall Tri
On the .Johnson farm, ni-ar
Lucien, a derrick 10!) feet high
has been erected and a rnt;m
drill installed, it is reported,
that will drill ti.OOO 1...■ 1. As
there is no water in he neigh-
borhood, they cannot start drill-
ing until it rains.—Marshall Tri
A geologist ha> been work in u
Continued on 5th I'age
1st printed in ( iipper Mar. I, 1917
Notice is hereby given to all jmt
suns interested in the estate of Ilea
jomiu F. Pornayh, deceased, that on
the 19th day of February, 11* 17, Dora
NCeGinnis Forn.'ish produced :in«l tile I
iu the County Court of the Countv of
Kinpltshcr and State of Oklahoma,
an instrument in writing purporting
ist will iini t stanient of
1 l-Wnash, dei-ensed, and
,n Court, her petition
the probate of said uill,
Lnti-!> Testamentary issue
'"'•i M i innis Fornasli,
tnx named in said will.
;i: ' ider oi M«iJ Court,
1 Februa r>.
'"•rel)\ giv« n that on
,,!t M.-irrh, 1917, at the
" 1 If" k p. ni. , of said;
11 - 1 d;i\ oi the regular
T' 'J • 117. of said Court, has
11 appointed ;is the time for hear-
1 • t it ion and proving said
"• ! " ' 'onat\ Court room in
ingttNher, in said County of King-
when and whore all persons ih-
v M l1-ti and content the
1 L't i,
Whereof, I have aere
hand and the seal of
'• ( ourt, this 19th dav of
If. IV SUL'TLKH,
< ountv .fudge.
"Ury top Petitioner.
Marsh ill Tribune.
SLxto , loads of rig material 1
•i : c I a! the Harney Trammel;
; ■ ti i> >,*K (ft 13-204. Sunday. .
•| hi .t i seven miles northeast ;
Coal has been hauled out to j
the well site on the Heliel farm.
Ave miles east of Marsall. The
machinery for the test, has not
Removed without knife or pain
Hundreds of Cases Cured. Thirty years experience
without a failure. CURE GUARANTEED!
E. D. BRADLEY, M. D., Specialist
REFERENCE: Farmer, ami Merchants Nationnl Ha„k.First National
Bank and Hennessey Htate Hank
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 1, 1917, newspaper, March 1, 1917; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106066/m1/4/: accessed July 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.