The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1917 Page: 6 of 10
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1 SEED POTATOES—Eilrly Rose, Early Ohio and 1 numphs
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Sweet Potatoes for Bedding-Garden Tools, all kinds-Fresh Vegetables
Garden Seeds B vy uriMe «*** . we t^'^^kind u>« un,i r.\v> ! «. Garden Seeds
* £ ,ye to make the lowest prices
„Un°"h e «S?.« "iS Kr.W vf«u, Show you where ^
OIL' OIL! Don't forget we carry
machinery and lubricating oil ot all
kinds. See us before you buy.
States & Fisher, Phone 54
You cannot afford to sell your chick-
ens. butter or eggs without getting
our prices. Phono us or call at stoie.
Eva Byers is improving from a
long spell of sickness. Her friends
are j lnd to hear of it.
Edna and Sylvia Beck were call-
ing on neighliors Monday afternoon.
Curtis Shelton left Saturday for
Snyder Okla., where he will visit
Buford Burge and family moved
to their new home in the Harmony
Mrs. 1. H. Vincent and sous, visit-
ed with home folks Sunday.
Ida Shelton visited with Cynthia
L. H Sterret and family, Frank
Conklin and sister, visited with Tom
Oscar Martin moved out east of
Dover last week
1 will sell at public sale on
what was formerly known
as the Krekow farm. 1 1-2
miles north and 11-- miles
west of Hennessey, on
Tuesday, March 13
Sale commencing at 1:30 p. j
m.. the following property i
of Lester V. Harmon and;
Myrtle L. Harmon.
5--Head of Horses--5
Gray mare, ti years old; bay
mare, 10 years old; bay mare:
i> years old; bay mare. 10j
years old; last spring mare
2 Head of Good Cattle
Red milch cow, 5 years old;
red milch cow, 7 years old.
Both will probably be fresh
b\ date ot sale.
Here is Lone Valley again after
mi long a time but we are still in
the ring and have won the victors
Miss Grayce Henderson, of Enid
came down Saturday night and
spent until Monday evenin « <h
Wilbert and Mabel Drumm called
on Miss Grayee Henderson Mo;.day
Lone Valley school children £et
their bell up in time to ring as a
dinner bell, Thursday
Mr. and Mrs B Burdge has
moved into the Lone Valley neigh-
borhood and we wi-h them success
in their new home
Mr. and Mrs Thos Renshaw and
WUma Choate, OUie Choate and
Russ Paris spent Sunday afternoon
at the Thos Henderson home.
Mrs. Leo Karcher was on the sick
list but is better at this writing.
Mr and Mrs Charley Coupland
entertained company Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs A E Greer called
at the Courter home Sunday even-
Mrs. Guy Zerger came down from
Enid to visit with parents. Mr and
A. Brox is laid up with rheuma-
Mr. and Mrs. F.P. Sylvester went
' to Oklahoma City to attend the
Mr. and Mrs. James Walta enter-
tained company Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Baker visit-
ed with Mr. and Mrs. Burrows Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hobbs and
son. Theron .Jr.. visited at the Kar-
cher home Sunday
Mr Charles Coupland is laid up
with a sore foot
Mr and Mrs Earnest Green and
Mrs George Green visited at the
Jim H imil home Sunday
Mr and Mrs A Brox entertained
Mr and Mrs Dave Troyer and
children, Alice Rounds and Mr and
Mrs Henry Krebs called at tht
George Bailex home Sunday even-
rywit .*n. ."k iv
daughter, IVssie of Lovell. >po .
the week-end at the Franil.ud* .-
Mr and Mrs Albert Garten xver*
guest* at the SMdU GMH Imm
Mary Htckex and IV.'.a Marxcs
called as Mia Ian <::« .• v tariu
Kate Roder edited Yrs V.
Street, TuesJa> iftftnwo
Lucille Wl was a at Al
Alh<-rt W J home Nj".an.*-a>
Real estate is char^
very rapidly th *ee*.
need any get-rich-quick
to help either.
Wesley Hodge a:ie to ai'.r.v.
school again Monday after a month
absences, owing to poeum aid
Mrs Streck was a gues: a*, the
Markes home Sund ay.
. itkaal oxlii-
iT>' was to be
: ieor of couvon
Mill meeting of
i$ raj last
. '5?:' : >
jT'er I*.l at Home in Quth-
—e w.th Tensility
• crv* xor\ much that o*a
V, M'.\s t art or
not bcN at her usual post
1.l,J Sehvd the past week. A
- of tousilitis develop-
rimt her fVW x isit home'
phvxkun xxill not per
~ • to 1 or work
v.vk. Her place i* being
filled during Her nhmneeby
rd Grade Best m Attendance
If you need either field, garden, flow-
er seads, 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
ot fresh guaranteed—make 'em lay-
Poultry Food. Now is the time totr\
it while eggs are high.
Myers Produce Co.
South Main Store
Alexander Ives, Ivlwin Morrell,
Burton Oliver. Arthur Ream,
\ ernon Westlake, \\ illard Wat
-on. Flora Maxwell. Ilea Kazook.
Myrtle Keain, Luretia Squires
.r. l Violet Sturgeon
Scholars neither absent nor
tardx : Orlando Blackburn, Ber-
i.ie Frakos. Ralph Taylor. Orval
Rogers, Ortlia Pray, Ilarold
Parks. Paul Munch, Paul Mitch
ell. Russell Howard, Bernice
Holmes, John Baugh, John Han
non. Nelson Hall, LoRox I' ice
man, Nellie Pslenatein, Prank
Orossxxhite. Lena Clark. Maurice
Cashion. Dale Cashion, Cecil
Burke Sylvester Barnes.
i Fifth Grade
Scholars neither absent nor
tardy Harvey Barnes, liarrv
Barnes, Alvin Braman. Noli
t'hrLsmau, Mary Dulfy, Laura
Dawson, Johnnie Freeman, Earl
Frnkes, Fern llilldsh. Dorothea
Holmes, Fay Mob s, Ethel Miller.
Marx-ill Maxwell. Ruth Sturgeon,
Mabel Sperry Argie Roberts.
Ruth Richardson, Hugh Tiglic.
I.. Roy Wilson, Mary Walt a, Vol
na Caulk Marie Thompson, Eu-
gene Hamriek, Roy Woodson, Ha-
zel Pierce, Claude Brown, lone
W. M. Rutherford
Safe and sane driver. Will
go anywhere at any time.
Prices always reasonable.
Pb one 93
' Mr. and Mr*. Rounds and Mrs
!Zerger called at the L-o Karcher
2-row Dempster cultivator; [home Sunday evening
I-row Kingman; 1-VOW -John ; Mr. and Mrs Charley
,. , . , |. lioin moving to the tirabell .arm this
Deere cultivator: lister; Bain :week
wagon; low wagon and rack;, Mr atul \irs i. \ Morrow enter-
3-Section harrow: feed grind- tained company Sunday
er- grindstone; wood saw; Oscai-Fox was helping Mr Court
t.i, ( ier one day this week
1-mail cross cut saw; L sets Dave |royer is hauling sand for
work harness: log chain and Mr Karcher and Mr N t Ranney
many other articles.
Delia Markes called at the Will
Folder home Wednesd ly
Mrs Lena Streck called on Mrs.
Baldwin Thursday afternoon.
Mrs Joe Roder called on Mrs.
Martin Streck Thursday afternoon.
John Roder visited College ( orner
school Friday morning.
Edward Geier, of Medford and
Theodore Ditgen. of Fairmont, spent
Sunday and Monday with relatives
in this vicinity
Mr and Mrs Mike Knecht and
HENNESSEY SCHOOL NEWS
E. A. Irvine, Supt.
Record of Attendance and Tardi
ncss for Month Ending Mar. 2
For ct attendance Tardiness
lith < trade
X S10 and under
S months will be given, notes
to draw lU per cent interest
from date. «"> per cent dis-
count on sums over $10.
W. H. Huntsberger
Col. J. L. Murphy, Auct.
John Smith, Clerk.
Total in Grades ....
High School ...92.60
Removed without knife or pain
Hundreds of Cases Cured. Thirty years experience
without a failure. CURE GUARANTEED!
E. D. BRADLEY, M. D., Specialist
REFKRENCE: Puruiers HiiO Merrhantu N'atiowl Hank. 1* ir*t Natumal
Hank and lleDDMiti'y State Kank
Total tardiness for Feb. ill
Total tardiness for pre-
reding month 204
County Teachers Meet at Dover.
The county teachers meeting
at Dover on March .ird, x\as
tain well attended and an in
tere'-.tink program xvas rendered.
Those in attendance from the
ni'nii<"--.'\ stdiools xvere Prof. M.
B Batten, Mr. P. W. Bettia
,ind Miss Jeffie Thompson. An
! address xvas given by Prof. Cobb
of Kingtisher College and sn in-
teresting program rendered ox
the Dover school. This xvas the
; last regular meeting of the year
Meeting of Superintendent's Di
vision of N. E A
Perhaps the largest and most
enthusiastic meeting ol the Sop
endents' Division of the N.
|.- \ ,.\,.r held itl America wa-
ll,. one held in Kansas City last
week. More ban 4.500 superin-
Itemlonts and univernit.x presi
,l,.iits wore in attendance. Men
j lit, Itagley. O'Shea and dudd
xver« on the program as well as
Slip! Wi-T. of the Gftl'X schools.
Ti e address of P. P. ' laxton.
I Fnited States Commissioner of
]■' i itioi!. was alone xx • 11 xvorth
I making the trip to hear. 1 he
I schools of Kansas City were open
| for inspection: the largest an<l
! been uxvardod the monthly one
! fourth holiday for the best record
in attendance and punctuality.
Scholars neither absent nor tar-1
' ,)y ; Viola Jones, Marie Caolk. |
| Hcrnice Frnkes, Mamie Irvine'
Kli/abeth Tighe, Florence Iler-|
seher, Kvcrett Haron, Theadorn I
! Clark Archie Hird. Lowell Bond,]
I George Ives and Forest Ililbish
Scholars neither absent nor
tardx : Agnes Baugh, Winnie
Dixon, Goldie Freeman, Olive
Lawyer, Lorene Troyer, Cleo
White. Kiba ifcmiriek, Inez Ham
rick, llutoka Gulker, Gladys
liird, Klmer Holmes, John Ives,
I George Mithcll. Walter Sehen-
! kasting, Vance Woolxviue, Finest
j Brown, Glenn Brown and Clif-
Scholars neither absent nor
i tardy: Anglin Beaman. Chester
Kakins. Hoy Graham, James Halt,
Scholars neither absent nor
tardx-: Frank Bryant. Manila
Burke, Lola Burke. Jaunita
Brewer. Edward Barnes, Lau-
rence Cashion. Opal Crites. 1 r
siila Draper. Merle Frnkes. Ern-
est Frakes, Essie Graham. Lois
Garten, Briggs Harris, Midre 1
Mitchell, Estel McIIeiulry. Cath
j arine Renshaxv. Helen Renshaw,
Lester Ream, Arthur Switzer.
Anbrex' AVestlake, Kenh Wvlic.
Neither absent nor tardy in the
past month: Josie Baugh, Alber
tina Brexver. Latha Dawson, .In
1 i:< Falkenstein, Mae Freeman,
Jennie Ives. Grace Morrow, Etta
Murphy, Dora Shearer, Gladys
Mates. Merrill Hicks, Bennie
West. Jasper Caulk. Burrell
(iirls' Annual Reading Con
test, at Opera House, March '23.
at 8:00 p. m. Silver offering to
help pay expenses of contestant-
to the state meet.
The teachers ol the various
grades have been requested bx
Superinondent Irvine to prepare
a list of those children who are
desirous of taking up the loi
i gardening proposition.
Oil Blanks, leases, release-
.slid assignments, etc, "an be hn<>
at the Clipper offie \
Wheat, per hu $1.8:'
t.'orn, per hu . $1.1-'
Hogs, per 100. .$j:i.''0 to $1.1.2.'
* Cows, per 100. . . .$4.00 to $(>.11"
Heifers, per 100 . .$7.00 to $7.2'.
Steers, per 10" ..$7.(1(1 to $7:.">5U
1?nttei«,• packing, lb 23
Eggs, per ilo/ 2IV■
liens II. .: .16 -
Rosters, per lb. . . . , 9c
Ducks., per ll> 10
Geese, per lb H
How Many Pair
of Old Shoes
are luyin*! around too j^ood to throw
away and yet not in condition to
Our Shoe Repairing
will make them almost as good as
new. and you wid be surprised to
find how much wear is still left in
them Give our satisfactory xvork
0. K. Shoe Shop
First door north Clipper Office
Pupils neither absent nor tar-
dx* during past month: Laurence
Black, Tyriel Bruniley, Lenorc
Cashion. Ava Dixon, Delmar
Drake, Wilnia Dunn. Lottie Fish
er, l.illie Hall. Fay .Tett, Hazel
Kennett. Hazel Mitchell, \ irgil
Ream. Roy Rothmire. Man St in
ireon Virginia Tighe, Homer
Tathxvell. Mabelle Bond.
Those neither absent nor tardy
during month of February: Ivi
Bennett. Hazel Black. Dorothy
[Cannon, Jewel Drummond, Opal
El rod. Bernice Garten, Mabel
Hannon. Florence Herzberg. Cor-
nelia Hughes, Anna Ives, Alxvilda
MeCaleb, Audra McCaleb, Hazel
McKcexer. Mabel Moles, Eva
i Pain. Daisy Parks, Gatha Parks,
Minnie Redenbo, Edyth Ren-
shaw. .Max belle Renshaw. Pauline
I.'hoiles. Fannie Rowland. Myrl
Taylor, Vera ergler. Russell
Cooper. Willie Elston. James
Falkenstein. Bryan Gundlacli,
: Alva Jones, John Jones. Vernon
Rasmussen, Kenneth Richardson,
Leo Roylanco. Oscar Seiher. Jesse
Stratton. Wendell Taylor.
"Pop" meeting of the Atldet c
Association. Everybody come
at the school building. March 0.
at 7.H0 p. in.
(irade preliminary to select
i contestants for the county meet,
at opera house, March 19th, • :'!()
p. in. Small admission charge
to be applied on Victrola fund.
Inter class Athletic Contest on
Murphy Field, March 22. at :!:()()
p. m. No admission charged.
tirade Athletic Preliminaries
to select contestants for countv
.meet, on Murphy Field, March
2Hrd. 11:00 p. m No charge.
On account of my wife's ill health
I am goiug to quit farming and on
that account will offer at public
sale at my place, 14 miles west and
2Yi miles north of Hennessey, ^
miles north and 'i miles west of
.Lacey, 7 miles south and 2Yi miles
east of Ames, on
Monday, March 12
Sale commencing at 10:00 o'clock
j the following property to-wit:
11 Head Good Horses
Bay horse, 3 years old; three yea-
f ling mare colts; black mare, 9 yeai -•
i old, in foal; bay mare, 7 years ok
brown mare, 8 years old, in foe
bay mare, 8 years old, in foal; ha
mare. 2 years old; one norse. 2 years
old; one horse. 10 years old. Th s
I is all well-bred, and good stuff
9 Head of Good Hogs
Two throughhred Poland China sow
| shoats, weight about 100 pound ,
seven other hogs, weight about 11 1
i pounds each.
Feed wagon and rack; two' gool
listers; good fanning mill; double
section harrow; hay rake; top bugg
set of work harness; set buggy hat
ness; cook stove; bedstead an-1
if)0 bales extra good prairie
hay. Some cowpea hay.
'J'grubs' and under cash.
over $10 nine months
! time will he given with 10 per een'
j interest. 5 per cent discount for
cash on sums over $10.
Ladies Aid will serve Lunch
COL. J. L MURPHY, Auct.
FLOYD E FELT. Clerk
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