The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 4, 1917 Page: 8 of 12
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TUB HBNNlttUnr OLIPPUt, THURSDAY, OOTOBIB 4, 1917
1 ii Her Mother's Home, Says Thii
Georgia Lady, Regarding Black-
Draught. Relief From Head-
ache, iYIalaria, Chills, Etc.
¥Jln*rol<1, fla.— Mr?. Chag. Omton.
of Ibis piece, writes: "I am a user
«i Thedfor«T* Black-Draught; in fact,
1: wus one of our family medicine*.
: - > her'a home, when I
• 1 i Wb& any of us child-
i -r allied of headache, usually
caused l>y constipation, she gave u§
h done cf iilack-Praught, which would
reel lfy the trouble. Often In ih«
i'pvlnfc, wo would have malaria and
dill!*. or troubled of thlB kind, we (
v.ould take Itlack-Draught pretty reg-
ular until the liver actcd well, and I
v p would soon l>e up and around
rgaln. Wo would not be without It, j
? • it i rtainly has eared US lots of
dot* or bills. Just a dose of Blaek-
Drnnght when not ko well saret a
lor of days In bed."
T'ledrord'K Nlack-PrB unlit Iihm been
in nsa for many years in tit*
j r ent of stomach, liver and bowel
i: d' ponularltj which It
now enjoy.; )s proof of Its merit.
liver u not doin* Its du v.
you V.P1 nut n* from touch dlwagree
i • •!* a.'Tiiptopis as headache, blllona-
i v . «on til indlfastioiit .
: nd unle-os soni MliinK Is done, serloua
. ui 'e may r'lult.
Thedford's Black-Draught has been
> ir.d a valuable remedy for theee
; oublcs. It Is purely vegetable, and
i "s in a prompt and natural way,
l 'smlatin* t!-c liver to its proper
: run'oiiK and demising tli« bawrls of
j .lpiu-itifcs. Hi it. Insist ou Thed-
i *icl"lhe original and genuine. E 7S
The danee and the oyster supper at
rnii'e'* Tuesday night* was a mirprim
on .lens Miidsen. A fine and dandy time
was enjoyed by all present.
Those who diueil at the Fred Hpom-
er home. Sunday, were: Mr. an/? .Mrs.
W \ l-iruee and children; Mr. ;iiki
'Mrs. (Jfiirne Haider and .lens Madseti,
l.\d:i auft l<enniti Snider and Willie
! spoiner. All went ear riding in the
i <*\ ening.
Miss Netlie Snider returned to Kan
*aa. Sunday to finish h«'r hijfh school
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lane and child-
ren nutoed to Knid Sunday.
Mrs. -Bessie Hnidahaw and children
from Wichita, Ivans., are visiting
with the latter's sister, Mrs. Guy
Lane aud family.
Sowinp wheat and making sorphum
nii'l eider will mo^ii over in this
Mr and Mrs. Andrew Clements
aud daughter, drace, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. S. A. -C'lark
Mr. and Mrs. Witteiimver and fain
ilv, of Dover, visited Sunday with
\fr. and Mr- John Fuhrmann.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hicks and Miss
Itnth Wilson spent Suuday nt the
Kre.l Haymaker home.
Miss Ksther Lairy is «|uite sick at
this writing. I Tope that she will soon
Little Wertheaa Grit' is visiting her
grandparent.". M and Mr*. S \.
Hewitt i^ritz and Homer Pain at-
tended tin- state fair at Oklahoma
«'itv Ins* week.
Opal FuhrniHa is visiting her v sis
t -r. Mrs. Jodie Kichards.
Kev. A. J Barnes spent Sundav at
Mr. and Mrs. Haughey's.
Mi-s Mildred Sloan left Friday for
strong City, where she expects to
teach a term of school. W. wish Miss
It was announced .it church Sunday
t int the Ladies' Aid would have a pie
-upper at the Oak View school house
ou Oct. 12 a week from Friday
night. The proceeds will be applied on
the payment of the pastor's salary.
I!very one come.
Dr. W. K. llaygood. of Bison, has
bought the Byron Med.s tVmfection-
< rv, at Bison, and will add a drug
line. He has had a part of the build-
in** remodeled for living rooms and
Dr. \V K. llaygood, of Bison, was
a Hennessey visitor Wednesday. The
doctor Ts suffering with a very sore
foot, the result of runninir a nail into
Kev .1. l Bnrnes returned Friday
from cast of Dover, where he assisted
Hon . 1]. F. Hot'er in a two-week
revival meeting at the Banner schcfol
loi^se. lie reports a good attendance
and successful meeting.
"Deserted Corner'' is right, as one
of our circle has gone to be a soldier
Mr. Jens Madsen. We wish him the
best of luck and success, yet we are
grieved at the parting.
A ticket via Rock Island
Lines calls lor a trip to your
destination and something
Safely, courtesy, travel-com-
fort and exited it ion are includ-
A business trip becomes a
pleasure and a pleasure trip a
reality when you gel full ser-
vice-value for your money.
That's why you should ask
to he routed
For fares, routes and reserva-
tions, please call 011 or write local
ticket agent. Rock Island Lines, or
Division Pa «ng«r Agent
Oklahoma City, Okla
.Misses Nellie, Clara and Virgil and
Master Sain Strattou visited with Miss
1 lien and Master Kdgar Roder, Satui
Mr. J K. Roder was in the chick
eu business, Monday evening'.
The Hill children are staving out ot
school and helping the folks make
Mr. .1 B. Nan Heren went to Car
men, Okla., Monday.
The Croon children are picking cot
Harry Johnson has started to Mvr
tie. He began on Moiula\ and i^ get ^
ting along nicely.
Mr. J. H. Roder and children, K1 !
I'll and Kdgar, visited with Mr and
Mrs .1 I'. Van Deron Monday even
Miss Kllen and Kdgar Roder visited
with Miss Bessie and Johnnie Hreen
Mr. .1 K. Roder headed feterita
The IW children have not fpiit
oiu^r to scliool at Myrtle.
J a un it ;i Barnard is considering
ng to school at Denver, Colorado.
We are having some cool weather
M. C. Shelton and family spent
Sunday with daughters in Dover,
Mrs. (ieorge Bvers called at the
•'ash ICussev home one afternoon of
• it ucak. '
Mr. and \Jrs. Joe Parks were din-
er guests a% the Shelton home Sun
day of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Beck are vis-
r.v! home folks at the present. They
i tend to make their future home near
Sylvia tleel waa go it of l.i/'i«-
• i«*otringer Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson visited t
the L. II. Sterret home Sun-iay.
Calvin R ore boom spent Saturday
and Sunday v ith homefnlV- !i-:ir
<^uite a number from this neighbor-
hood atten.ied the show at Dover
last W#da< -day evodig \ - -
Supper guests of \fr. ti Mrs.
shelton la«-t Suiday evenin-j were:
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Prince and
hihlren, Mr. and Mrs. Eggleson and
Minilv md Mr". Bai and
'sther and Pheoba.
Lone Star Items
Several of tl^' farmers in this
eighborhood are drilling wheat, al
though the ground is rather dry for
Miss Floreii. . States i., working
• >r Mrs. Harley Cline.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herkcuhile
visited with the latter's parents on
Stella Moran's friends surprised
her Sunday a. week ago, the occasion
! eing her birthday. (Juite a number
•athered at her home and enjoyed tie-
lav. Stella, perhaps, was the most
•leased of all to have so maii\ good
riends remember her and contribute
to her happiness in so pleasing a man
tor. May she enjoy many more
i appv birthdays is the sincere wish
>f her large circle of friends
Mrs. Ira Hawk has two sisters
visiting her from Ohio
Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Baldwin vis
• ted the oil Held.* at KI dorado and
\ugusta, Knns., the lirst of the week,
Mrs Vannie States and children
• leaned the school house Inst Mondav.
The I.one Star school opened last
Monday morning with Miss Rose
Lynch, of Beulah, Mo., as teacher.
There were pupils enrolled. Miss
Lynch has had three years experience
vs teacher before coming to Oklahoma
end is very much in favor of the
Mr. Hoffman, of Hennessey, was a
Bison visitor Monday and Tuesday.
\l r and Mrs. Chester Moore and
infant son visited with the former's
sister, Mrs. Roy Mitchell, of Enid.
Suuda dinner guests at the Rein-
It oinoy or home were Mr Hoyt and
daughter, Louise, of Enid.
Mr. T. C. Jvrippendorf left Tues
day for Oklahoma City, when' lie will
attend ti rand Lodge, as a representa
tivc of Bison I. O. O. F. lodge.
<iue i> at the Klingaman home on
Mondav evening were: Mr. and Mrs.
' loyd Klingarnan and the former's
mother, of Waukomis.
Mrs. I . F. Woodriug was an KnTd
Mr. tus Magdeburg returned lust
Thursday from Illinois, where he has
imm'ii looking after his real estate. *
Mrs. Pcerl Newman, of May, Okla.,
aud daughter, Miss Opal Ackley, of
I'arinen' Okla., visited a few days of
last week with the former's brother,
Mr. J. B. Frost and family. Mrs.
k\-man left for Oklahoma City to
attend grand Lodge, as a delegate of
May Chapter, I. <>. <>. F. ReboKah
(•randma Bbnlgett, who has been
staying with her son, Mr. James
Blodgett, left for Cement, Okla., to
pond the winter with her daughter,
Mrs Karl Crimes and daughter,
I' l< anor, left Wednesday of last week
tor Pond Creek to \ isit the former's
Fatlo'i Sliaubrock and a number ot
< parishioners motored to Marshall
Sunday evening ami attended ser-
- at the Catholic church at that
a week \ isit ing
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Anglin spent
Sunday with the former's parents,
and Mrs. James Blodgett.
spent — —
FOR SALE I room house in Bison,
'1 porches, 2 closets, well, hen house; 2 1
lots, fenced. $1500. Burdett Parker, I
Route •. Hennessey IStlpI
FREE OF CHARGE
Why suffer with indigestion, dyspep-
sia, torpid liver, constipation, sour;
stomach, coming j1 of food after eat-
ing, etc., when von can get a sample
bottle 01 Green's Au-'USt Flower free
at F. A. Dinkler's. This medicine has
remarkable curative properties, and
t as demonstrated its efficiency by fif*
tv years of success. Headaches are
often caused bv a disordered stomach, j
August Flower is put up in 25 and |
75 bottles For sale bv all dealers in I
y^FARM FOR $1,500
And it is worth the money. If you
are ou the market for land, or if you'
have laud in this vicinity you wish
to dispose of see me.
Have a few special bargains now
for an\ one who can deal quickly
A. P HERSCHER.
Hennessey Items From Colorado
Everyone is busy cutting corn and
A fine rain fell here Tuesday
Tuesday night. •
Hector Chartier cut his corn
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. Hector Chartier spent 'Pliurs
day with Mrs. Lee Chartier.
Those who attended• the party at
A. L Anderson's Friday night were
Mr. and Mrs. H. (J. Chartier, and
son Cecil, Misses Fern and Neva
Null, Xeta, Cladys and Agnes Creecv,
See Us Before Buying
your jewelry. We
have a very enni-
plet.o line iinj':5,
t hai lis, watches,
pins, or anything
you may need. Give
us a call.
You will be Repaid
It is always a pleasure to show our goods, for we
know they will be appreciated.
Jewelry and Optometrists
Marie Paulson and Messrs. Murel
Null and Arthur Creecv. AH report a
Mrs. Hector Chartier and Mrs. Lee
Chartier were Cray visitors Wednes- i
Mr. A. L. Andrews had the mis-
fortune to lose a tine mare Friday j
Mr. Lee Chartier presented his*wife
with an organ for her birthday last
Mr. Percy Boram, Mr. Robinson
and Hector Chartier are busy pulling
beans in Mr. R. C. Bormfcn's ,300-
acre bean field this week.
Mr. A. L. Andrew helped Mr.
.lolif til his silo Saturday.
at home to
school term at
Mrs O .1
I regressive methods in
schools and is highly
1 or school. She will be
her friends during her
the home of Nfr. and
BISON AND VICINITY
Mr. Edmond Plisck wrs an Enid
Mr. Fred Fromholz and daughter, Ef
tie, of Enid, were Bison visitors Sat-
Hemic.- «ev visitors Saturday wore
Mrs. Moore and family, A. L Hon
aud family, Mrs. Dillon and family.
Mrs. Wrippendorf, Misses Ho«<de IMi
sok and Mabel Smith, Messrs Willie
Huthod and Walter McLin.
Mrs, Nannie Thornton and daugh-
ter, Gladys, of Euid, were Hison visi-
Among those who attended the fair
at Oklahoma City, were: Mr. Anton
Senirad and family, Mr. Frauk Prybil
and family, Mr. Joe Prybil and fain-
lily, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Iinel, Mrs,
11 Safranek and daughter, Clara. Misses
Emma and Stella Valtr and Messrs.
Clem Reinkenieycr and Walter Mc
Mr. .1 oseph Trojan returned Wed
nesday of last week from Omaha, Neb.,
where he spent a two-week vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Mnrshall were Sun-
day dinner guest* at the V. H. Heard
As we are ^oing into the Hjlsteirt business, we are selling off al! our other cattle, and will on that account
o.rer for sa.e at the Malaby farm, 4 miles east and 3 miles south of Hennessey, and 1 mile west
of Myrtle school house, on
Commencing' at 10:00 o'clock a. m., the followin
persona! property to-wit:
M, s J?
4K vear-old g-elding, weight 1180
7 year-old mare, weight about 1180, bred to horse
8 year-old mare, weight 1250, bred to jack
Mare mule, .14 hands high, 3 years old
Mare mule, .14 hands high, 4 years old
Riding pony in foal by jack
Eoan mare 10 years oid
Bay mare 10 years old
Two long yearling mare mules—good or.es
Bay filly, 3 years old
Bay horce, 3 years old
Bay filly- yearling
2 smooth mouth horses
1 large red cow, 6 v/s old, giving milk—fresh in
1 21/2-year-old red cow, ready to freshen
1 21/2-year-old red cow, giving milk
1 2-year-old cow- bred 1 red cow, fresh soon
1 5 year old cow, giving milk
1 red muley cow, giving milk —4 years old
C long yearling steers
8 head of steer calves
4 head of heifer calves
1 2-year-old red heifer
1 2 year old heifer, bred
1 2-year-old red heifer
1 red poll bull, 3 years old
Five red Duroc giiis, will farrow soon
0 1 cream separator—Economy 1 heating stove—in good shape
q 1 Domo cream separator 1 set old harness
o 1 50-gallon steel oil tank 1 Spaulding spring wagon—new
1 3*4-inch wagon with new box, in good shape
1 mowing machine
1 Gundlach hoe drill—12 hoes
1 6-shovel cultivator
Many other articles too numerous to mention
Lunch Served on Ground by W. W. Moles, of Hennessey 5
"T* On personal property—Sums under $10, cash; on sums over $10 a credit oi 11 months will be given on bankable It
1 Cl OlS no^esi notes to draw 10 per cent interest from date. 5 per cent discount for cash on sums over $10. All property [
must be settled for before removal.
W. L. F. Malaby - Wm. A. Felder i
Col. J L. Murphy, Auct.
Floyd E. Felt, Clerk g
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