The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1917 Page: 10 of 10
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THIS PAGE WILL BE A PERMANENT FEATURE
Dedicated to the Lovers of Beautiful Homes . * r.3H' ■
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you want your
Sand for Building
Hauling of any description.
Large moving vans and care-
ful drivers. Charges reason-
able. Piano moving a specialty
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There is only one kind
for your new home or
for your old - that is
It is a safe light and the best
and the most economical, be-
cause it is the best. See us
about lighting plans and hav- _
ing your home wired.
F. H. Tathwell
1 !S it wel
Insure your home with
S. A. Snyder
Rear of First National Bunk Building
Fire, Tornado and Hail
I.I w t ti ,t ...ties nr.- inducl lnraelv bv the attractiveness of their rrsi<lont la I portions
''ab''g'l.imetial ecntert, a'nd bea, on,, the greater , developed and fturte.t
,, W..II «- by ' u/on,"voria ' to.lnv^ow>: Margie I heir beautiful 'liorfie-. As an example this
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♦ ti i, vn tint tit• natural a<lvantairoH to aid in beautil'vinj; the home—still the main
itive if properly detlgned and If car. i. taken of its upkeep and •umrondinga.
i l.Miinid mhI shoul.l liavo a home as comfortable and attractive as his means will al-
lUn^^a^.V £a™ and «tilXh homes, thus ^teasing the population by adding a desirable class of
"" •n^e''MateM,'ln!r'are worthy of ti onsi.lern, ion of every citizen, anwp trust may be of indirect benefit
yi elevating as well as adding to our eivie attractiveness.
See JAMES McDONALD for
Your Concrete and
First Class Workmanship.
Phone to No. 83
Build a Home—Our Building Service Free—Build a Home
The above hve room Bungalow would make you a nice home. The details of this house gives your home a distinction and
specially planned. Put your money in the Bank of Improvement by building a modern, practical home. BUILD A H0ME.
A. L. GARTEN
The Long-Bell Lumber Company
Lumber, Paints, Posts and Cement
Tlic farmers ot this vicinity
av< exchanging 1'enl estate thi-
visited a f
Woo.lv 1 count*.
Mv md Mrs .lohn Kicks vis
ited Sunday at the home of their
daughter. Mi's V rank Grit/.
Mrs .lake Kemp i- iniprnv-
lust week in
Mr .md Mi
and family visited
with their dnughtci
Mrs Sherman Wright left
Sunday evening for her hoim
Kansas City, alter a two weeks
visit with hotnefolks.
Frank Grit* is biisv snwmg
wood this week
Ernest Fields and Albert and
Thcadore Kicks were Suiulay vis
itors al the 1*1 ocka home
Misses Martha Tretla ami Flo
Morris visited Snndax with Mi
Mr Williams has completed
his new barn.
Mr. and Mrs. Kit Morris and
daughter came doxvn from Enid
Saturday and visited with her
brother. Mr. Kate Morris and
Albert and Thcadore Kick-
made a business trip to Kuid "ti
Thursday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Leibcnknight and
Martha and Raymond Trida and
Karl Voss called at the Frank
I Irit/ home Snndax afternoon.
Legal Blanks at the Clipper.
just been lovt ly it'
care what he says
Kay Currx had hi
week The car b,
and upset 1 lie i
smashed top and
for the ear flu
share of mishaps
4 ek xvitii
day la si
suit xvas a
•as a few
R. W. HURST
Painting and Paper Hanging
and Mrs Will Kious
were Sunday guests ot Mr and
Mi- Ira Ilawk.
. Hill and .lames Hi.tgan, Mi—e-
I Ruby and Clara Br..can spent
i Siiu.ta > . x • 11 i n >_r a' ti" I' 1 - ■'''
Mis- Murl Kiou
i afternoon with
Mr and Mrs.
ton s|" nt Sim,I \\ i' 1 :iv. '
Uerriau and family
(irant Shaw i- v, ry -i k ti i-
week xx ith a gathering in his head
Mr- .lake Kemp, xve ave tr 1 a.I
to note, i- ablfr to set up again.
W. think Tom and dim in
about to take possession of that
test well on the Cook fain. i-
they tliink they have learnejl th.
Kf, <\ i Waggoner unload
ed another carload of .vising foi
the well on In Cook (arm
Who sa>s the wind Mono
blow in Oklahoma
Mr. and Mrs. Hert Holme
and children visited at tli
Hruee Latulaker home, Sunday
Mr ,1.1 Mr- do, Webber vi-
Mr. -lack lb ury visited at the
II W (irit/ home on Sunday.
M is- Dorothy Cannon visited
I. . 1:ist Sunday
S. \, i.il tom tin- neighborhood
Mr- Dora Vanduseii visited
ti ,• Uist of the week with her sis-
Mi - Creswiek and (*hildren
and Mrs Shovel and daughter.
Murl. visited at the Robert
I . Im.' . Sunday.
Mi-.- trtna and Mr. Lamar
1 irit called at the Joe Lee home
on Sunday evening.
Mr. Glenn Guinn and children
d Mrs. Ouinn's mother vi-ite l
it Allen Knox home. Sunday
Mr and Mr- Vess Clark and
Clark home Sunday evening
Mr. and Mrs .lohn Huffman
and sun. Glenn, visited at tin
Oil l ease Blink*—88 and No
2 forms—at the Clipper Offiee
It is almost a serious question
in the minds . t many as to which
is th. higher, oil rumors or the
It begins to look like war xx ill
soon 1"' real With tile I . S.
Mr. R. llutton and family
.are vi-iting at present with old
friends and lio.'folks
Mrs. K. I> Tlior ailed on J
Mrs. Moery Tuesday evening.
Mr. Webb and I'anily. of |
i Ringxvood, are now nicely locat-
'ed on h* K I! Wlueler farm.
M" E. Massingill had a siek
i horse on Sunday evening.
(ire , Heal! i- still improving
land has now begun to correspond
with some fri.n.l- which i- surely
Those -pen.ling tin afternoon
iat■ th. K. Lamb home. Sunday,
were Mr and Mr- K. II.
Thoine and Mr and Mr-. Will
Ft Mel and fa I.ilx and Mis- Lis-
Mr- Mabel Woods vi.-ited
Mrs. Lulu Hoy d Monday alter-
Then ate four more pilpi1- at
the Hi ii k. now. and at least foir
more are wanted.
A gala day. for celebrating the
honor <>f our model school, is
are invite .
1st printed in Clipper Mar. 1, 191i
\otii-e is hereby given to all per
-in - interested in tlie estate ol Her.
i.atnin 1\ Fornash. ileeeased, that on
the 1 v«t)i dnv of February. 1 !• 17, I'ora ,
Mi-Cinnis r'oninsh pro,line,1 ami filed
in the County Court of the County of
Kiuglisher and State of Oklahoma,
an instrument in writing purporting
to he the Inst will nn.l testament of
Benjamin K. Pornash, deceased, and
also filed ill said Court, her petition
I' raving for the probate of said will,
and that Letters Testamentary issue
thereon to Horn Medinni- Fornash.
| the exe, iitrix' named in sai,t will,
j l'ursiiiint to an . r,le- of sai,l ' mirt,
j made on the 19th .lay of Februnrx.
! 1917, Iiotiee i.- hereby given that on
'the 1-th ilnv of Mnr.li, 1917, at the
i hour of li.'lii o'clock p. in. . of said
| lay. that being a .la> of the regular
l.'anuary term. 1917, of sai>i Court, has
been appointed a- the time for hear
ling gam petition and proving -ai'i
| w ill, at the County Court room in
Kingfisher, in sai.i County of Kin-
li-lier, when ami where all persons in
I terested may appear nml contest the
In Testimony Whereof. 1 have here
unto -et my hand and the seal ol
-ail Countv Court, this 19th d v of
It. F SHl'TLKR.
I. KO. " . HOWKN.
Attorney for Petitioner.
ished Mar. 1, 1017
< Mi or about tin <ith day of
, Kingfisher county . Jo the li
Merritt will preset
application for a parole.
Mrs. Jay McGjc ol Steph- 1
env ,:e,Tcy is, writer,: ' For !
r.irr i ys:.rs, 1 suUe;eil with |
womai. / Iroutie 1 >i.id ter- i
riblc htadaci'.fj. and pains in
my back, etc It teemed as U
1 xvo'.'.ltl die. I juUcrcd so. At
la; i i drcidetl f-j try Cardui,
!,. woman's ionic, and it
he',ied :ae right away. The
r.iF.'.t. a .'nt not only helped
me, but it cured me."
the District Court
county. to the K
(Iranit. for a term
of ten years
Thirty days from this date, or
a- soon thereafter a- i- conven-
ient. towit April 1st. l!'17. the
I sts 8 *■ a i
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui he'ps women in time
of greatest need, because it
contains ingredients which act
specifically, yet cently, on the
weakened womanly organs.
So, if you feel discouraged
>!• e, out-of-sorts unable to
do yout hou.-ehold woik, on
account of vour condition, stop
worrying and give Caidui a
trial. It has helped thousands
ot women —why not you ?
Try Cardui. E-71
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