The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1917 Page: 5 of 14
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TUB HBMMBMBY OLlfPKK THURSDAY. NOV; 15 1017
Mt an-I Mr.- Ed. Heman aiul
j laughters. Miss Lula, wt-rn Suuda>
visitors* of Mrs. Hcrrian's brother.
I Mi \ Fields, and family
I Mi and Mrs. .1. P. llrogan, and
[ ■ i •'!!' i:iiiirht«-i-. visited with their
-Mr an i Mrs. Ilarley States, Mr
u.i Mis. Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
, iit and Gertrude Williams o iin
• i uncses at ili< Witt home on Sun
The j i. s«.. 1211 at l.yon \ alle
111 \ aud Mr- Meek>, of Missouri,
to . ime dow n to attend the < 'liris
n I" 11 ion meet intf at Pleasant \ al
, arrived last Saturday for a brief"
at with old friends in tin- Tnioii
apei neighborhood, and were quests
the Fred Will home They wen
hunts l\>e and children and Mr.
tVill Thornton visited Monday even*
in# at the \V. A. Bruce home.
Mi. n.i Mrs Johnnie Huffman
spent Sundav evening at the Murrav
i t 1 •; their old 1 ri
for a few da
Having sold my farm. I will sell at public sale at Elm Grove tarm, i
the center of Hennessey, on
1-2 miles due west of the center of
j , -it with their daii.L'htei Mr
IMIiott. and family.
I Mr and Mrs .1 F Hro^an and
the I. P
Mara and Keatr
Sale commencing at 10:00 o'clock a. m. shai p, the following personal property, to-wit:
" * 0
4 Head Good Horses and Moles j
One span of mules, 5 years old, weight 3000 pounds. This is the best span of mules in Kingfisher county,
gentle and kin,I One bay gelding 4 yea,, old, wt 1500 <j
\\ . at the Knd of the World
i r what prett N
«I the ne<
I Maude Fields
Li-nnie Snider w;<;
'< l CI ti LT ON or t M«
l.ittle Franklin Kho.-.d>
tiu for Mr
>t an outfit.
i-ite l .Slit >
Mr and Mrs
• itlied at the Fre
M i l.i. Marl'
fill«'d to Maid
inj l>\ tin
58 Head of Cattle
21 head of High Grade and Fall Blood Whiteface Cows the big broad kind, average weight ! If* pounds.
These cows are all sate in calf by my grand $400.00 bull.
14 head of heifer calves, high grade
il Ins brother.
- r Clipper*
mid Mr- .loe Lee and Mr. ar
,1 \\ Ifuti'iuaii an I daughte
, vnerr Sundav dinnri quests
tad Mis. Will Le...
Mrs. F L < arier ami
.ti, Mr. and Mrs War
i M<i l . hildren. Snnda\
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.•ts for tin «;iee <lul H
u s < ■ Ivnti and nvi
♦ . ..Ijr. i Walcntt i- M'l'N ill lit li e
. • ot' M r. Win Walker.
T. 1 TIi• -1:111:11> sprat Sunday with
tlx1 11:11 n 1 i ii plat
and full bloods
3 head of bull calves, good enough
for any herd, These bulls will
make a great improvement in
6 buil calves, high grade and full
21 months old Holstein and .Jersey cow. giving milk,
Give 40 lbs. of milk per day when 14 mo. old.
4-year-old Jersey cow, now making her 2 pounds of
butter per day.
Yearling Whiteface herd bull, registered, one of the
best, in the state. A line bred Beau Brummel,
Red cow, 4 yeais old, giving milk, name, Cherry.
Red and white cow, > yrs old, fresh soon, name, Star
This is the best bunch of high grade
and full blood cattle that will be
sold in Kingfisher county. Don't
buy dinky stock to breed from,
but wait and see this bunch of
Part Jersey cow. ."> years old, giving milk and a
good milker, name, Jersey
Full blood cow, I yrs old, giving milk, name, Dotty
Full blood Jersey heifer, 1 year, old will be fresh
soon, name, Buttercup
Full blood Jersey bull, 1 year old, name, Kokajan
Full blood Jersey cow, 2 years old, giving milk,
name, Brown Kate
Brown steer calf. 1(1 months old. fat, weight over
11 Head of Fine Duroc Hogs
Two full blood Duroc glits. all safe in pig to a Taterox boar
Three registered Duroc sows Four spring boars, registered
niuian. i- * ' ' v'. '1 h M i and M r-
\|i-.- I>i'i.-i\ Johnson visited with
Ith. Hattio Johnson and children, :a
i• nin■ --ev, "ii Saturday.
\| .,114 Mr • Iifii Belts and family
>..i Messrs Klnier annon and Will
'|\ I Clean Nvere Sunday dinner
, , Mts of \| :i;i I Mrs Bert Hlenn
Mi-s I 'en rl Crask ;ind Mr Wallas
, 11 hr• visited the tir^t "f the week
1 Cn -b ion. Ok la
M l . F
• II >
son • alle*
nd Maude L
One registered Duroc sow
Seven Duroc weenling pigs
Farm Machinery, Harness and Miscellany
lis It will III
)scar 1'iiilmryer aud David Lynn
irlen Hughes and George Umbar
hauled wheat t« Hennessey Fri
Mr. .in-! Mi- Franees Fuliner and
. lien a, nvi re shoppers at Ln« i y on
Mandt wagon, good one
Truck wagon and rack
Hay frame, new
Acme hay rake Seeder
Walter A. Wood mower,
in good running order
John Deere disk
1-row stalk cutter
Emerson riding lister
Corn and cotton planter
John Deere 1-row sled
Oliver riding plow
12-inch walking plow
1-horse wheat drill
2-horse corn planter
3 sets of double harness
Set plow double trees
4-horse plow equalizer
Hog ringing chut**
Hog loading chute
2 iron kettles
20 chicken coups and
2 Bell City, 140-egg in-
2 Bell City, 140-chick
2 brooders, home-made
300 ft vitrified tiling
McCrey ice chest, the best Body Brussels rug, 9x12
that's made, will hold Bed room suit, solid oak
100 pounds of ice Porch swing 2 wire cots
Quick Meal gas range 2 wicker rockers
Rock Island Riding cultivator, brand new 10 Dozen White Rock Chickens
Feed and Grain
3 1-2 bushel choice alfalfa seed 150 bushels of oats
50 or more tons of alfaifa hay, in stack and in barn
5 The Usual Free Lunch Will Be Given and Everybody is Invited to Come 5
All sums of $10 and under cash On all sums over $10 a credit of 12 montht time will be jiiven. notes to draw
8 per cent interest from date, All property must be settled for before removing
| \li>* Ksthei Lain and cousin. and
Mi I'h'nn LaiiN and Luinar <irit/
j • : iK-d at the Walti-i Pain home Thurs-
i «i:i\ ••veiling .
Too late for Inst week)
Mi. and Mrs. I'd Went and Mrs.
j John Hrevver drov e to Laid. Monday,
i to vi-it Mrs. Howard Brewer, who
has I teen critically ill.
i Mi. and Mrs. Karl Robinson Sun
I daved with Mr. and Mr-. Elmer Byrd,
' \ lar-e crowd attended the Ueorjre
jciHun sale. Everything sold well.
I Mi. and Mrs. Ernest Hern, of La
' I'Min." and .1 L. Murphy and familv
j i,i Heaar-sev, Mabel Clu'iiey. of Kiel
| Mi and Mi>. R. O. Murphy were
present at the birthdr'.y dinner of
Dalle Murphy All enjoyed them
j - immeiisel\
i Mi and Mrs. Dick Bugjr and non are
; .• \ I.. . t"«1 home this week from a \ i-it
with Missouri relatives
Mi. and Mr?. .). B. Moss railed ut
| tin Henthosn home ftunday p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Kobinson. Mr. and
Mrs. E. Byrd spent Sunday afternoon
i, the Melvin ''arson hime.
Mi. and Mr-. Theron Hobbs Sun
dayed at Mr. Kareher's.
Lea Fisher and family spent Wed
urs<l:iv evening with Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mi. and Mrs. Besln ars spent Sunday
i .i ft• moon at the T. ,1. Murphy home.
Mi and Mrs. (ioor^o C'raua called
I brictlv it Mi. Mney's Sunday after
| Lovau Morrow is stavinu the
i hid Bun^r home dnriny their absence
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thorp, accompaa-
lied b\ Mr. and Mrs. \ int Thorpe,
i vn'iII ' i.-it at Boliver, Mo., with rein
j tivcv .Inriiiy this mlnth.
I Maylip soon we will yet some rain
Mr. and Mrs .loe Weber, Mr. Frank
iWrber and Miss Lennie Snider dined
iSnndav at the Bruce home. Those who
\-sited there in the evening were:
Mr. and .Mr- Everett Wilson and
-on. Walter; Mrs Charles Lee and
lildr.a. and Mr. and Mr Herbert
l -ner and family
is family. .rcat and small.
,it' ri'liii" MoiolaN evening.
Mi Elnicf \sh i ailed at t.he M«
M< in home Hunda> afternoon.
tJeorire If«>mhild i« working for .Tnliii
hallux '-i.iidpastnrc h*ft Friday. 1. r
Nel ra^ka, where he will spend the
uiiit>i with his brother, charier
Mr Dick Mi Meekin is imprt.vin.r,
Biothei Freeman talked t<> a large
• rowd, Sillidav night. Meeting ev-rv
night this week Every one invited.
Mrs Kv:i Hall i- pendio*: tho
week w >i her sons, John and Wai
Mrs S;uli;• McKee called on Mrs.
Cjoodpasture Thnrs«la> ••ve"i '-j.
Rev. \*ase\ filled his an; iintment
at Forest Oak. Sunday evening.
Mrs Ivl. (toucher called r ti e
Fatten home Weduesdav e\ • i• iii• .
( • Irl.
'•int Uenshaw and V<
ere gi -ts of Mr. •
M- and Mr- .1. E. Walt..- -sited
i Hennessey on Suuda \ .
Joe \i\ison returned to training
camp M iiiday. after a fi\ day fni
low. -pent with home folks in this
Mr .lack Rensha1
^1! OrvnI Downing and family vi-
itcl Sunday at the John Ward home.
F. P. SYLVESTER |
COL. J. L MURPHY, Auctioneer C. O. CASHION, Clerk J
Mrs. Kilitli Kiimt H|n'nt Mun.liiv
with MHernlfP Hni<tcr.
Mi iiml Mr*. Wurren \'iui Du*mi
:n.I .hlldren uml Mr. and Mrs. Hir-
■ :in Kiimt \Vcii 11 i'hiI(IV HVt'nlntf
ut tlie Hrin'c home.
Mr. iiml Mr« lIorlnTt Uglier unil
rlnl.lri'ii ilinoil Siimlay Kt tho r«r
Miss Huliv Hrui'c eullixt on Mrs
l.i nn I'ne f ui'Siinv morning.
Mr mill Mrs. Uermnn Knver, Mrs.
A ticket via Rock Island
Lines culls for a trip to your
destination- and something
fort and expedition are includ-
A business trip becomes a
pleasure and a pleasure trip a
reality when you get full ser-
vice-value for your money.
That's why you should ask
to he routed
f or fares, routes and reserva-
tions. please call on or write loeul
ticket agent, Rook Island Lines, or
Division Pasii?ng«r Agent
Oklahoma City, Okla.
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1917, newspaper, November 15, 1917; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106103/m1/5/: accessed September 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.