The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1917 Page: 6 of 10
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:HE CLIPPER HBNNR88EV, OKLAHOMA TH\iiu>UAl, juWE 14, 1817
Where The Bright Face
of Danger Shines
There you will find the I J. S. Marines,
the "Scouts of the Sea Hrst lo tight
and first to lund. that's the Marines
Pic ked men on distinctive service The
very flower of Uncle Sams forces
The Call For
Is an imperative call, both local and
long distance. M re of these famous
lightens are needed
For adventure, romance, honor, fame,
exciteini nt. variety and all the facinat
ing fortunes of active service, enlist in
The call has done out on every Hell
Line to every nook and corner of the
land for men for the marines. Columbia
is waiting for you to answer.
Pioneer Telephone and
prices, cash or trade for poul-
try, butter and eggs.
i from tifti
Many fields were
by high winds.
Arch Stecn lias
be ready lo start
We need some rain water. Thursd;
And not quite so inni'h wind. ' ' >oung
..... at Dover.
Prospects for spring crops .n <•,
1 . i and eollegi
not very flattering at present. i
Harvest is on in full swing !
here and thrashing " ill soon be-1
The revival is being held at -
the Christian church, in charge i
of Kblcr Palmer.
Many Dover people have pur-
chased Liberty Honds. |)iil \ on
subscribe for one"
Several carloads of Dover peo-
ple went to Mison, Sunday, to
witness the ball game between
Bison and Okarche.
A number of Dover Masons,
with their wives and families,
went to Darlington, Sunday to
spend the day nt the Masonic
The high winds of this month
have done a great deal of damage
to cotton and other spring crops.
In places, entire crops have been
Some farmers began cutting
wheat last week, but tins week
finds harvest on in earnest
the crop is being estimat
to twenty bushels
veiling of List week
•ot off of No.
hev were lligll school
boys from Washing
ton. I >. tand came here to work
in harvest and through threshing
i is ready for the second
but the crop will I"'
[np in the air and says things of j Elsie, visited relatives in Cash-
different descriptions about the ion Sunday.
preacher, twicer, isn't it? | Messrs. Pete and August Me
Robert Whitehead, a Dover Laren and Walter t'ollins called
| bo\ who has seen fourteen years "t the Brogan home Tuesday ev-
service in the I'nited States ar- ening.
nty. i> now located at McAlester,
in the recruiting department,
will be in Dover Saturday, for a
short visit with friends, lb' will
arrive on No. .iti and leave on
No. -4 for Knid, where lie will
visit liis daughter and return to
A near i \ clour visited this lo
alin last Thursday afternoon.
Several out buildings were blown
down and others damaged, and
trees uprooted and growing
crops destroyed by being blown-
out and coveted over with dirt
'I'Ih -toini was fallowed by a
I half-inch rainfall.
This week a fellow who has
his name on the church book
I s iid to another fellow who lias
his name oil the church book ol
tlie other church in I>ovcr. I
| don't think you did right to go
j 1o tin ball game al Bison Sun
I day. I hardly thought you would
I ill) that.'' The replj was. And I
Llid not think you would spend
i Sunday at a Masonic picnic at
I (arlington. Did not think that
j of von.'' We do not need more
preachers, teachers and ev ingel-
j ists as much as we need more ear-
fitted nit his
and will soon
will return to • 'o.vle. 1 >kla.
the middle of August.
In the black jack, sandy land
east of Dover, hundreds of acre
of cotton, corn and other sprini
eiops have been entirely destroy
el Ii\ t lie high « irnls and drift
ing sand Many hav
three times, and have
It is interesting to watch our
selves and see how human nature
behaves A preacher will say
nice things about a man. and lit*
takes it as his just dues, but let
make a slight
anted j ing a sermon b;
rop in life that is nevi
See Us Before Buying
have a very com-
plete line of rings,
chains, w a t c h e s,
pins, or anything
you may need, (iive
us a call.
You wiil be Repaid
It is always a pleasure to show our goods
know they will be appreciated.
Jewelry and Optometrists
Don't Trust Your Battery to
Anyone but a Battery Expert
As an Official Prest-O-Lite Battery Service
Station, we are equipped to inspect, re-
pair and recharge all makes of batteries.
We carry a line of new batteries and battery
parts—repair work handled promptly,
When you need a new battery, remember
we* have a Prest-O-Lite Battery of the
correct size for your car.
Battery Service & I gnition Co.
A. J. FISHER, Proprietor
nest christians that will show by
their li\es that there is more in ;
religion than mere talk some-
one who will sweep their own
doorstep (dcnil before they under j
take cleaning that of their nei- |
ghbor. and who will move out
of their glass houses helore they
throw stones. I here is notliin
the world so admires as a true,
consistent christian, and how few
there are so meek and lowly and
humble, they hardly feel they
arc capable of giving instructions
to another on how to live, when
they feel themselves far from
perfection. They are striving to
enter in at the straight gate,
and more than that, are preach-
their every day
11hose with whom t hey come in
contact. The story we once heard
will lit well right here. An old
negro in a Kansas town arose in
a prayer meeting and said
"Bredrins and sisterns. I sc beei
riticism of ; ■> mighty mean nigget
and he goes | time. I'sehaila heap <
| (low'iis mostly downs
" I iincil de church. I stoli
ed udder coons w id my ra/eraU'l
done a sight of udder mean
things, but,'thank de Lord. 1
never yet lost my religion.'
FARM LOANS Low inter-
est. See S. A. Snyder, rear
First National Bank.
Binders and headci
this week after their
Mr. Welch and ~\I
Miller autoed to Knid
day. of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Kiilmnk
and children visited over Sun
I day with Mrs. Eubanks parents.
| Mr. and Mrs. Andy Fields.
\|i- (>. |). (ioodnight and sou.
j Bert, autoed to Knid. Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. Vie Waggoner
called at the .1. J. Miller home
ediiesday a fteruoon.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. F Brogan
d family motored to L
Mrs John Ramsey called on
Mrs Dave Pennick Tuesday eve-
W C. T U. Meeting
An unusually interesting meet-
(Clipper) ing of the W. C. T. I". was held
Humphreys pays the highest with the local president. Mrs.
■ ■ 1 1 Dawson. Tuesday afternoon.
After the singing ofaW.C. T. I
rally song, the Lord s prayer
I was repeated in unison. Roll call
was answered by each member
lipioting a verse from the Bible.
.Mrs. ('. E. Wagner talked on
Red Cross work in connection
1 with the W. <T. I work, and
after an affirmative vole, it was
I decided to take up the Hcil Cross
work and each "do their bit.
'Mrs. Dawson tendered her resig-
nation as president of the local
J union, and Mrs. A. L. Uichard-
ison was selected to succeed her. |
.Mrs. EMis was elected assistant!
isecretary, and Mrs. John Duffy
I county president, told of the ex !
(client work of the W. C. T. I
jin the county and the excellent
; report at the state convention,
.itter which .Misses Lillian St.
I Di/ier and Isabelle Ilohbs sail1.'
a duet, which was really very
pleasing. Mrs. C. E. Wagner;
irav< a piano solo that was skil
fully roiulercMl. ami Mrs. John
Dully gavo two of I mm* clfliglit
. lll( , ful n*a<lings. I)aiuty rohvsli
tho land. iiiionts coiyph'ttMI a much •mi.joy-
(Irandma Ueams. of Enid, is e,| afternoon. Eighteen members
visiting with 1mm* son. Mr. Rrailyjainl lour \ isitors \\ i« pi s«nt.
Real Estate, Parm
Duffy Bldg, Hennessey, Oklu
GEO. G. BOW EN
Office formerly .ccupied Ij>
Attorney W I . Moore
R. W. Wylie
Oftice Over Walburn's Store on
North Main Street
Evangelist W I. Palmer, A M
who is holding a series of reviv-
al meetings at the Christian
church in Dover.
The 11uiu of the header
I the hinder can now be heart
Ex Prosecuting Attorney, Garfield
CHARLES N HARMON
Attorney at Law
1- pi 2(1-21 Ok la. State Hank Bid#
DR. C. E.WAGNER
Siiflessor to Dr. Rector
It I'.SI I > K N <' K \BOVK OFFICE ON
EAST OKLAHOMV AVENUE
Phone No. 21
I li is hrotln
I (corge I la r ry Sa t ur
rkenbile \ isitei 1 with
Will ISerkenbile last
i 1 11)
' ups and
is scarce this week, as
vcryone is in tin* harvest
llerrian came down Sat-
urda\ from Enid, and spent Sun-
iv with homefolks.
Mr ami Mrs A. C llerrian
anil son and daughter. Fred and
DR. OTIS LITTLE
Dr. J> A. Boyle
i in Hennessey on Mondays. Wednes
j days and Fridays of each Week
Qffice over Electric Theatre.
iicssic lienjamin called on
Mrs. liillie Franks last Sunday.
Callers at the C'hartier home
last Sunday afternoon wereAli.
and Mrs. .lohu llerkeiibile and
daughter. Dora, Ed. flant and
son ami daughter, l!a.\ and Na
omi: .1. P. lienjaiuin, Myrtle anil
Virgil- Franks. Hay lienjamin
Dennis Dorks and George Harry.
Mr ami Mr-. (I. W. llawk
Mrs l.i/zie Harry and daughter.
Mary, and Stella Moran were
Siinda v visitors at the John
The partx at Mrs. Lizzie liar
ry's Saturday night was a sip'-,
cess. Everybody had a good
time. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. Kay Hurner and son:
Maude and Kusa Fields. Florence
States I lollie Gray. Lillie and
Ethel tlnu-tier, Dora Herkcn-
bile. Naomi tiant. Stella Moran,
Ernest Fields. Ramond Gray.
Paul Phillips. Gilbert ('hartier.
Hidi v Florkenbile. Clamle Curry.
Dennis States. 151 iss and Ralph
and Russell Murncr, Raj Cant.
Roy Foster. Dennis lierkes
Frank Moran. ('barb's Marion,
Hurley and George States
FIRE. TORNADO, CAUS-
ALITY and AUTO INSUR-
ANCE A. P. Kerscher, Jus-
tice of the Peace. Oil leases
bought and sold. Farm loans.
Office in Clipper office.
Mrs (' W Vining and (laugh
tors. Faith and Ruth, and Mrs. :
.lohu Ramsey and daughter. <'lar
ise, were callers at the V. -I.
Conaghan home. Thursday.
Mrs. Win Taylor and son.
Wendell, spent a few days last
week with Slierl Taylor and Mrs.
Artliui Lea \ i 11.
Mr and Mrs. If S. Hedge
cock and family motored up to
Enid last Thursday
Mr and Mrs. 11. A. Guthrie
and sons, Kloyd and t loyce. "I
Douglas. Mr C. (inldsinith and
M is^ Maude Ramsey were guests
at flic .Inn Ramsey home Sun
Mm, Dave Pennick called on
Mrs. Wado Davis. Sunday after-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leavitt
called on the hitter's brother
Mr. shell Taylor. Thursday eve
I zier and I
The W. ( T
meet wi111 Mrs
Mrs. Floyd E.
|charge of th
! will be given
s St. I)i-
I', members will
•Jesse Gwynn the
in June, when
Felt will have
n celebration of
DR. A. DIXON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OtTi... ami Resideiieo in Cullum Huil'l-
iun nil South Main Street
Calls annwereil ilay or niglit, Phone 5:1
R. V. WOOI-WINE
Flower Mission Day.
Country Club Entertained
Mrs. Roy Clements was hostess
to the Country Club last lliurs
day. .lune Tt'h. Watching the i
"louds \\as the most popular pas j
time in the early part of the af-
ternoon. but after four o'clock.
1111• \ decided that 1he stonn was
over and the next hour was en
jovably spent in a ^oial time.
Delicious refreshments served by i
the hostess added to the pleas- 1
nre of those present. Miss (Jill
ham was a special guest.
Oil;.-,. Over RatlifT's
Ar Waukomis Manila
. No. Main
Drugs J Sundries
Post Cards, Stationery, Rubber
Goods, Perfumes, Soaps, Toilet
Articles. Cigars - in fact, every-
thing usually found in a first-
class, up-to-date drug store is
here for your selection
In addition, our prescription
department is presided over
by a registered pharmacist
and our drugs are the purest
the market affords.
Which Shall It Be
Make your plans early.
Literature full of $.rood
suggestions free on re-
Division Pass. Agent
Oklahoma City, Okla.
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Will move thosehousehold good, doyourtrans-
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