The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1917 Page: 8 of 14
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TtliJ HJBNNJSSaJfiY OLIPPEK THUKSDAY. NOV lf>. 1017
SEKD GIFTS TO SOLDEEB BOYS
Defease Council Asks All Citizens
Remember Boys in Camp at
1 will sell at public sale at my farinj
known as the old Lyman Hobb.s';
homestead, 2 1-2 miles north and!
Oklahoma «'it \. Okla.. Nov. 14
I.Vmember tlx l:i<ls in the camp. \
lot tlicni are nway t'rom howe for
I the lirst time i" tli«*ii liw« Most "i
have relatives an.I friend at
[home. but n lot of them Jo not. Tiny
,ireriu ! all they have for the do-
I t'ense of country. ami while we ar<
|training tliciu to become a part "i tin-
-natest army tlint has ever taken the
field, we must not tercet that they arr
mere laJs, most of them among straus
r- <'hrisrinas tinw i* iJriiwing nofar,
II.i thinjr that we can nil Jo, is
| to remember the boys with ililts ,md
j This appeal is being sent to riti/en*
of Oklahoma by the Oklahoma State
M riui. il of HefoiiBe. Gifts :'.>r the boys
a.-mss the water must be
j lfi, but practical* all ol
l.hi.v are still in Ameriea
Pachnges may be S
ite later than this
Christmas is above all
j remember those whom we
ill with messages ami gitt
1 red cow. 8 years old. will he freshIJ ,'k^^TlV >'«
in sprint! ,(,.M anj e\er\ bill in camp
1 red cow. 5 yrs old, fresh in spring M.n , them will be riooJeJ >h
2 extra fiood retl steers, 2 years old n- ami letters n «iii be to
1 good red steer, yearling t "K "n"> L.
1 extra good red heifer, about 101 ^ ' •-'
months old (U,X is \v!.il«' th« iliounamN
other* :iro rojoifinR ON
I ti,: t thoy have some oiu
I 1 rioiulshii
Conserving Broad and. Meat
M tM > citizen now r«'ali/.on that the
to two Ihiuy- in our rood supply that
ii'ust be .'oiisorved «r<? bread and nie'it.
Tbi* can l o effectively done not only
in their economical u*e, but also
"i!d proj er (Are t
12 miles west of Hennessey, 2 miles
north and 1 / miles wost of Lacey,
and 1-2 mile east of Hobhs' school
Thursday, Nov. 22
Sale commencing at 10:1)0 o clock j
a. m„ the following property, to-wit:
12 Head Horses & Mules
1 black gelding. It yrs old. wt. 1100
I black mare. 4 yrs old. wt. 1000
1 Bay gelding.yrs old. wt. 1000
1 sorrel mare, 2 yrs old, wt. 900
1 mare mule, 2 yrs old, extra good
2 mare mules, 1 year old
2 horse mules, 1 year old
It last spring mule colts, good ones
6 Head of Good Cattle
protect and piurd
It is needlmla to say that now is the
11 iii«* ol all time when liv stock
should be carefully protected from
li MMHe. A los- of ho^H or other live
-tnrk ol' the meat producing classes
is not only a loss to the owner, but it
;i direct decrease in the food hut
pl\ which should have such • :*r<*t' 11
ujirilinjr at the present time
A loss of food grains from nnpr«>-
I i care i.s another instanoe loss in
In* food supply. All food pniin should
l e watched very carefully t<> see that
it i>4 remaining in proper condition
Food grains should not be threshed
and stored until ti
condition to store safel
leut by Nov.
an tran inl'
o'lit t" them
13 Head of Hogs
i ever coun
,• Council of
in by the
• whom the i
No service could I
tin. organized movenieut it
it\. filtered bv the Count
| I defense, ami participated
| lied Cross, lodges, clubs. -
i .-Lurches and conunerieia.1
! t ions, to send .'v. ry boy in the nation
.1 ariiiv from that county, a < hri-1 n
SubBtitute Wood for Coal
Th' coaJ shortage. predicted many
.MMinths ago bv the Oklahoma State
1 lefciiM . is b. in«i fell m
,,?• the State. liflck of
i lit ies and the tr.-
t'rom the northern
f the count rv, where : uttering i-
ii,,'\ i table, ne.v make it still move
difficult <luriTI'-' the weeks to come. tor
OklahomaHs to obtain .- :il.
eonimunities tnnv fin.I it ne.'ef
substitute woo.I well. ti", r !>>>
1 Ouroc sow with S fine pigs about
three weeks old
•I good brood sows, will farrow soon
Sandwich feed mill, tripple geer.
tumbling rod attachment
2-horse gasoline engine
Moline stalk cutter
Many other articles
Dinner Served at Noon by
the Community Club
Tj-ms- Sums under $10.00 cash.
tCIIIlS. sums 0ver $10 a credit
of 10 month will be given on bank-
able notes: notes to draw 10 per cent.
interest from date, 5 per cent dis-1 reserve bank praises state
count for cash on sums over $10.00
Women Replacing Men
Laryer industries throughout Okhi
lioma have already begun to train wo
men to take the places of men. in of-
li- es. in factories and in stores Thos--
business house who have already t'or-
'teii the approaching scarcity of labor
' ill weather the storm that i eoinini:.
Others may not. A woman shouhl be
in training now for every place that
women can fill. The State Council of
iVfense predicts that women will soon
be doing a large part of \\• rk in the
stores, factories, brink- find flit -
« o operative harvesting must re
■:uce the demand for harvest hands to
a minimum, declares the Oklahoma
State Council of Defense, ami farmers
liould plan uow to take care of next
ear's crop. Especially those who live
ii ilistricts where wheat i-. not the
onl\ • i\ p should protect themselves
by arranging now with their neigl
l.ors to help in the harvest tiohl.
FROM THE DOVER NEWS
Two girls, aged about fifteen years
each, were apprehended at Hover, on
Tuesday evening by ollicers, who
had received a phone message to the
effect that the Jirls had left home
and were headed south on foot. The
girls arri* ed in town at about 4:•' (!
o'clock and were taken in tow by the
sleuths, who hail been waiting for
them. One of the girls is a daughter!
of L. A. hird, of Hennessey, while]
the other girl an adopted girl, stay
ing at Hennessey. They were h^ad
ed for Oklahoma City, and had walk
(.1 this far. where the\ hoped to elude;
pursuit and make the 9:05 passengei
out of Dover. Mr. Hird came down j
lnte Tuesday and took his daughter
and the Harris girl litvine with him
We carrv a ^Jood stock of window j^ktss most al
sizes, single and donble strength. Also cut glass
any size you want.
Auto wind shields at popular pii> -
The Rexall Store
F. A. Dinkier, Druggist
nk got t hron
I i.robablv v\
gh the censors all r
ould now be eposin
ept for ti
the part\ who
e fact that
had sjdlled oi
he odor ron
our sleuths. TI.
ill of our Hovei
i- a drink sin.
t into effect
eddinu ol Miss
t upon its
Abraham R. Shick, Weil Known Re§i
dent. Passed Away Tuesday at
Home Northwest of Town
Abraham I*. Shick, aged • 1 years,
passed away at oVliuk Thesday
n.oruing, Nov. l.'Uh, at the family
h me, lifteen miles northwest of lien
n -m \ . The deceased had been brok-
• i, hi health for a number of years.
Funeral services were held from
t'u home Wednesday afternoon at two
clock, Ue\ i'ampbell, of Helena,
« (li «• i a t i i u* Interment w.^s made in
the Cimurron \''alley cemetery.
WANTED POULTRY AND EGG
The Highest Market Price, Cash
Dry Goods for Eggs or Poultry
' Cenie and see inc. I will treat y
: right. .1. W. II I'M I'll KKVH.
I'hone ti Hennessey, <
A FARM FOR $1,500
Ynd it is worth the money. If \
are on the market for land, or if y
this a-icinitv von wi
' r >
t' the Fi
V . II. SI
al of Mi
V. Cline took \
November 7. at
"s parents, M*r.
i of Oktob-mm <
.n of Mr. and '
Dov. i. and is t
ill be at home
Okemah after "
• I moved
id attended tlo
C. lv Wagne
this srat«4 ,
ago, from Strawberry
He is survived by hi
and eleven children,
ice Kobbius and Mr.
•kmoiton wore dinner
and Mrs. Thos. Young.!
town. Wednesday. Mr.
over wasn't round. Mr Robbins
11''s, and it was sure some spread.
\T THE METHODIST QHURCH
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Morning Service at 1 I «. m.
Up worth League, fi:H0 p. in.
Kveiling Service, 7::10 j m.
Ri-:v. iKa l. ck'AirriiKK.
! f h w t
i dispose of see me.
Have a few special bargains n<
0 at v one who can deal quickly
A. I\ HERSCHER.
BOSCHEE'S GEEMAN SYRUP
Why use ordicar\ cough reinedi -
hen Boschee's German Syrup 1
t i n used so successt'ully for fifty-on
I'uvs it all parts of the United Sta1<-
toughs, broliehi!is. <*olds settled i
1 throat, espet ially lung troulde. I
a good night'
oughing. with easy
the morning, gives nature
•ioothe the inflamed parts
ie oiseasf. helping the pat i
in his health. '2~> and 7-
Sold bv F. A. DINKLE1
, many parts of
| meiolous pros
J0C30SI0C30I i ocr! or::
will sell at public sale at my home on the old Tighe farm, 1 mile north of Hennessey postofiice, on
All property must be settled for lie-
E. O. SHICK
L. MURPHY, Auctioneer
0. CASHION. Clerk
MARY OLIVE ELLIOTT
Property Swth Mninith
^trept. Kverv I>av :
Kaiusas City OtlitiaLs Compliment On
lahoma on Great Liberty Loan
Oklaii.niiH City, Nov. 11 --^tipeciul"
Cnreserved praise for the state
Oklahoma, t'oi pa.-fiii<i l.y thousanrls
i.t' .lollnr.-.thr minimum quota al.ottc l
In till*-, tatf in Liberty Ilea.Is, ami tor
.■(.mill)! within two milliiins of
it ::xii::mil. I'Oiut1^ t r.itn otti.'.'1
l\atisn!> I'itv Federal If.^ervi
Okliihonia Statu i oun.'il
tone her tall .lutv
ve the heartfelt
I also the he
of the !
, in our opln
and her men
thanks of the
artiest - ongrat-
Commencing at 10:00 o'clock a. m.. the following personal property to-wit:
GEO. G. BOWEN
ATTORNEY • AT-1. AW
Ortiee formerly occupied lo
Attorney W. L. Moore
R. W. Wylie
Office Over Walburu's Store on
North Main Street
Ex-Prosecutlnn Attorney, Qartield
CHAilLES N HARMON
1S.1JI i.'0 21 Okla. State Bank JttdR
i eatton an
ulationH for tin' s(ileinli'!
! :„ tiieved." the statement sfvt.
1 The final total reported to the Okla
I li. nia State I'onneil of Defense. « '
!<■;■'7"! vol Th. in vimum .|iiotu al
for n,., «m.. • -
The minimum nmou: ' thf nation in on I.t
have accepted from Oklnhoma. «as
*"flP!MOOi>. The State Oomicil reeeiv
rd a daily teleurnphic report from the
county councils during the la.st five
days of the campaign in order to keep
those ill charge of the loan posted on
the progress of the drive.
When Your Child is 8ick
Of course when a child is seriously
ill, or there is any rcasou to suspe i
m iious illness, the best procedure is
.-all a competent physician without
delay. But there are mm} case>, c
pccilUly ill the rural .nstricts, where
it I> not eai.y to get a physicinu quick
■ ly; there are other cases in which
i prompt home treatment may bo ot
] value. It a child catches a .'omnium
cable disease, what should be done?
1 First, prevent dose . outact with
w«ll persons, especially ol children,
with the sick child. Then . all a pliys
icitin, to learn the true nature ot the
lillnc-s and receive directions for the
care of the patient. In 'boosing a
sick room for a child with a cotnmun
intbl. disease, both the patient an I
those who ar. well should be consider
Jed, The room should I"' well aired
and lighted, and for .old weather,
I If one person, usually the mother,
1 bay mare, <> years old, weight 1200 pounds, in foal 1 bay mare, 1 years old, weight 1150 pound?, in foal
1 brown horse, \ years old, weight 1100
1 sorrel mare, weight 1200, in foal
1 bay mare, coming 3-year-old, weight 1050
1 black mare, coming 3-year-old, weight 1050
1 brown horse, coming 3-year-old, weight 1100
2 bay mares, coming l-yca" olds, wt 1050 each
4 coming 2-year-old mares
1. coming 2-year-old horse
3 suckling mare colts
I suckling horse colt
10 head of Western colts, coming 2-year-olds
1 head of Western mares, coming 3-year-olds
10 head of cows, good sizes and all good colors, will be fresh some time this winter
31 head of yearling steers and heifers, all good stutV. 1 -Jersey cow, fresh soon.
This stock advertised will absolutely SELL, without by-hid or reserve
for the si. k child and also
cook the mouls for the household, or
care for other children, she should
, train herself in some items ot cleanli
qiTROF.ON •• toi th, protection ot other mem
SUKOtU" „t the -amity She should have
k room a washable dress or a
ing on South Main Street ilaigi apron, which should be worn at
alls answered day or nipht. Phone 5H jail tunes in the loom turd taken oil
' * tunnedintclv alter leaving the room..
——— >tl, „|,ouM receive all Uncharges
from the mouth, nose and eyes ot p:i
ticnt upon special bits of old cloth, or
j paper napkins, which should be kept
ii a. paper bag nway from the tlic-
I and destroyed each day by burning,
i She should wash her hands imme.li
i Hlic, over Woolsc.y' Hardware Store Jatt-ly before leaving tin room and b.
At Waukomis Mondays and Thursdays ,ore loing luiything for other niem
' In rs of the family. A disinfectant is
—™— — ——— ||C|j r,,,),lire.I; simple soap and water
j i, enough. She should obey the physi
I cinn's orders to the last letter,
1 should also strictly observe all
DR. A. DIXON
Office and llesideuce in Cullum Build- |t|„
Dr. L. A. Patterson
OFFICE WILL BE OPEN DAILY
SECOND 1'I.OOlt KIRHT NATIONAL
BANK BI'lLDI VO PHONK 1 1
aiitine rules and regulations
-(Cllppert — -
Bible School, 10 a . tu
Moruing Sermon, 11 a. in
V P S C. K., fl:3U p. in
| livening Sermon, 7:I1U p. in
Prayer Meetings, Wednesday
ing at 7:110
6 head Pure Breed Duroc Jersey Sows, all bred
One 1 1-4 horse-power gasoline engine. One riding cultivator, nearly new
A Good FREE Lunch Will Be Served at Noon
rji On personal property—Sums under $10, cash; on sums over $10 a credit of 11 months will be given on bankable
I no,es. notes to draw 10 per cent interest fro.n date. 5 per cent discount for cash on sums over $10 All property
* must be settled for before removal.
COL. J. L. MURPHY, Auct.
FLOYD E. FELT, Clerk
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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/m1/8/: accessed October 15, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.