The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 21, 1918 Page: 2 of 8
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THTTE8DAT 31. 1918
Now is the time to buy your shoes! To cut down our enormous stock of shoes we will
make a special 10 percent discount on every pair in the house. This includes men's, wo-
mans and children's work and dress shoes. Buy now, while the great opportunity offers.
Special Sale on Dry Goods Now in Full Blast
Many Taking Advantage of Special Prices. Note Big Line of Notions
un ixnwia. 1 UIIV.J ouiung, c 11L11 Cl \ lien, VCIV .UUclLUVt' pdllU IU), ^>I.UU V'dlueS IUI pel } dl U O^L.
SPECIAL on Overalls, Men s W ork Shirts, Dress Shirts of which we have a complete line of up-to-date styles and
colors. Men s and Hoys, new spring Hats and Caps. Hose, all grades and sizes. And so it goes ail thru the store.
SPECIAL on Seed Potatoes, Garden Seed, all kind. Garden Tools, Shelf Hardware, High Grade Incubator Oil, Etc.
And don t forget our complete line of high grade Groceries. W e can also save you good money in this department-
We lead in prices on butter and eggs. Be sure and get our prices before selling. Phone 166.
We can buy everything you have to sell in poultry but hens and pullets.
THE FARMERS STORE
BALKENBUSCH BROTHERS. Proprietors
Phone Number 166, Hennessey, Okla.
A Lay Editorial
rs and father* of
Public Lands to Be Opened
More than half a million acres of
government lan<l in Eastern < 'lia\ .
county, New Mexico,, including a j. - \ . \ . ~ '*
turn of tli«- Boswell land district, will V i' ' V," '4 .
he opened for entry March 11th, un . H ' \
der the stoekraising homestead, accor '" 1 nr
ding to announcement of Secretarv U 1 '!,,,r i a v. ,i. ' :o not mak
Of the total, kpproximately £ J*rdw f 't1,em th"
lMofOoo acres arc facant public land* ' " 1" !
an.I the balftttee in •lready covered bv . ?,t ,1"',rt,n^ a"d lf Wl11 I"11 ;i :"
application* whicj, h;.%c prefereif in '' rt? ;'n'1 :t ;,! V'
right of entry, ftecrdinfl to elAwifii i m Jv1* 1 n " ^ j1"1
ti on, Thk In.! i- ^ftltitbit|rbiefly fo to^G I you ha\e commende
grising ind fonige eropi. ,,
(Clipper? iound "anil 'ihmthaieover d* t
Soon Be Time to Shut Up Chickens
March Iht ix the time to -hut up jthem* but above evervthin k
your ehiekena. That will ^i\« you a I (the
your neighbor a chance t« make r#
Koo.1 imralen this |.rin . li.-t a., ra.lv fClipi-e,
Past Matrons' Club Entertained
The Part Matrons' Club wai ei irents of .-i handsome I
delight fully entertained Monday • • I not Bat i Pel 1 Ifltl
ning by Mrs. May T. Merrill. Dain Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn White
ty refreshments were served following I the parents of twin girl babies
the study hour. Those present w.-r Tm - lav. Februar\ i!'t' «.i . (
Mesdames s ur, Thcrtie, Herxbe - wearing a urn le oi thi
Clymans, and two guests, Mr-. \ n .i ' brand and Papa Whiti
Heliowalter, of Kingfisher, and M r>iug high and feeling prettv «|
Mildred Terry, of Minneapolis T « : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Adam
will he held with Mr (the parents of twin l- . |,0, i K
S. A. Snyder. I*. Adams now belie\.-* that tie
Oar neu/ Implement;"
wi!i save #
. .PP1TrOOL AWAV VOUK I IMP. AND HKKAh YOl'K
?v SwTKY'N(iT(,MAhK. f'HOSK OU 1 ()( DA I F HICKf
v 'MCLKMKNTS "ItO." VOD WII.L losk MOKK
M '° HAKVKS1 VOIR CHOI' I MAN OI K
"okk-anij wokky-saving implkmkms will
COST. COMK IN and LKT US SHOW Ol'HS I O vol;
rfST* l!V,l>LKMENT! AK1, BKSTi THKY SIAND THI.
• I considerable discer;:
rhen they placed him in th
:ONG THE NEIGHBORS
Smallpox at Marshall
Biidal, who lias been goin
d at Norman, at the home
':i • her ill the south part of
j a . as.- of Miiallpox. Vel-
•ourse. is ijuarantined and ther-
. \l.iMliall I ril.un. . M .itt.-.i
Myth and I'earl Bridal and Wr j,.IV).
• •• w'!ke'-- «•!•« i ....i
FROM SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE
An Interesting Letter from Lieut. W.
B. Croka to His Parents, W. C.
Croka. of Harmony Neigh-
The following letter
're, from Lieut. W. B.
ov. eqnaJly interesting
homef oik -
to )jj< main
whether or not
ox. Thev were
iind Frither: I have not
. owing to the fact that
crossed the big pond
our billets in France.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRO
The Board of County Commissioner*
Kingfisher ' ounty, Oklahoma, met
in regular .-ession this 4th dav of
P • lary, 1918. Present: C. M. Wil-
Chairman; ("has. Waters and
Mr. George Foster and Win. <!
The following claims audited and
Seymour Landakev, services jurv
commissioner, $12,00. *
stella Meade, deputy emergenrv
quartered in the h
with the French people. I live with :
fine old fat lad.\ . Her husband drivt
an auto truck at the tent. <Jee, I
have a nice, hot brick in my bed ev
VN e had a fine trip across the wa
• r. \o trouble ah all Our navv i>
:U ' oil the job, Slid t hev : 11 s t had
•ion o: tr.e.j.s as safe a-, walking
town Broadway. Vou have to hand
r to our navy. They are there.
Well, on little old' \\ 8. M ('.
here would be some more historv for
The army, well "she" is, I think,
•the best in the world, barring none.
I cannot tell you anything about
jour situation. Vou would not feel any
better or worse if you knew.
in0, | I want to get a ••crack" at these
damnable "Hun." They are more
7 o ?* ' 'i° s . blood thir: t v and unprin
1'!" a | ipled thaij anv head hunter of the
"-IVwm•''' So"th Sr;i Inlands
;t "t..jflli''V,'," ti.
ua" l"'' France is putting everything she
(Clipper) I has into this war .She seems t< be re
Notice of Appreciation
tliis means of thanking ea
i Tnhon I 1 1,11'l./t.♦ mSt 22 a make. Believe me, I'il
' • \VP'!-X 011,1 for be glad when the I s. Ml Min
-•'lierous onenng. i....
■■ -e\ donated about $17.00;
h I '' ' ' I, +1.1 aild I >OX e|
Farms Change Hands
• u| nmn has sold his fine
I to Fn I la • :. if neai Enid
1 foi m 10. Marshall Tr;
;s Is Eggs''
big slump a few morn-
g fallen about fifteen
t. The price at the
Marshall and the sir
is as follows:
it might be stal
II. Laing, salary court
ecnt c rim in;
Mills \ Allen, repairing county cai
Frank I'ope, service-
W. L. M. Xulty. dej
iug o m e the entri
into the argument.
at anv time, I
IIy of ti
plained bv the \\
I'l a to-
I' wi'l 11 e remembeied that the W.
• 'I " ent to ambulances to France
ai d i' aintailis a driver; also has a ma
tn.ns u\ of the camps to look
When ;; healthy lad is taken from
tin home life, where he has a real and
p« i*onnl valiu to his family and be
c< met ;i mere atom of humanity in a
^ ? iniIitar\ unit. His sense of respou
■ibilit t iften deserti hm and he
i l-.eeiil\ .id- e, t to influence, wheth
to l.« gi . . or ba It i s bcconn
in " snrv to fight lor the bovs and
1 h.no a I, dde and beautiful
• N AMI] DI'FFV,
«*oiint \ President.
Tractor Show at Wichita
The I ill erst ate Tractor and Thresher
•diow will be held in Wichita Feb.
' A "tank nn111 ead the mam
uoih tractor parade, a fetiture of th.
how. More than a million dollars
I wortli ,,f tui' tur" an.] fiirin ma< liin• >
II !"■ included u the exhibition, it
j li said. No\ el • ti rtainment features
11 are promised an i ov ei yl hing is to b
— ' free, aerdI ng f o announcement
I lie war mav
fijiiire It \ not so bad a - one hems.
Write t. me often. My letters oiigat
to reach vou in a month. < • i\«• up. re
yards to all V oir son
W. I; ( UOKA, 1st Lt. I . s M ('.
I I V" |sit. I'*-- A. K. F.
^ M1 • ' I'd. a - friends <an write him
•el's ill care of the po u.aster, New
Vorn < it v. \. N Write to the Hen
nessev boys Who are n, the service
write them new-y, cheerful letter.
salary and stam[
•' . Patrick, ser\i
I 'over News, printing tax notice, .50.
Ons I)dur, salary and supplies, for
1 . Steele, salary, .county survev
•lav Hmitli, -salary, deputy sheriff,
^ ' • McIntosh coyote bountv, $1.
led ( reswiek, coyote bounty, $1.00.
Cashion \ Davhuff, groceries to
>oor, .*17 . mi.
< ^1. Wilson, salary and mileage,
in* cdiiimissioner, $43.0(5.
* I' • Steele, salary and expense,
"u ii * \ engineer, $ln.s.05.
•' \ • Hest, coal to district Xo. 77,
• has. Waters, salarv and mileage.
stetler Auto Co., repairing couuiy
•ii. c la i met I * 1 .; allowed, $.'M).,V>.
'' \\ alburn, groceries to poor,
'' ^ Lapliam, rep. locks, court
Ila i Kichen Co., groceries to poor,
">, block -J
vear 1 i 1 *J.
W K. S
F. A. M
■ sitting county
to accept the
• unity on lot
Citv, for the
ulin- coal, - -
-M K. Willi
Ceo. I). Harnj]
Heiik. ' II ' :
W." l" T I'ain,
H F. Hen
groceries to poor,
(■eovgc I., \ndersoii, 60 per eenf of
iminal fees nnd expense, $10.10. (
Sam (jerber, -..vote bountv, $1.00.
C. II. Kllis
Inez I,. Fi
, K. A. Harnuni, w.
•(Clipper, - Vo. i; ♦24..-,:,.
( ha rles (1 ratou d
Oyster Supper 11 Honor of Soldiers to | |.,)0i -I ",ci.
Be Eighty Guests .I.'* Hill \ Sous,
TI -"I'l" «t In K„l„.r- '*•'•<•*
II,,u it 11 • hiniM', I < ■ I'^ilti \ iii-lit. w ,■ i ,,, t •'"'' °>i . nivoti. ho It II t v,
i« I "f t lie | , i.tM.rKi- Pdstef. ill III rv. roimn
Messrs. Orphia Creen and lto\ liom is' m'"s'",,**r, $41.00.
wus much enjoved. I light V :Mests in ! I f« I • e f t Porter, salary, janitor, $00
oTe bounty, >1.oo.
" la rv, deputy court
wood for district
ring coal to
'ones to poor. '
The Eagle Cafe
Serves best eats in
Good line of boxed
Try our cigars. We
carry a splendid
The Eagle Cafe
Johnston Bros.. Props.
tonk t f the spread, \\ I,i• -
oynti'1- st,up, pifkles, ,-;i
;tml i■ tij't't'i• Tin1 ruling t'nlk
tIn niiiy |ili'aH8ii|K i
wbil. ti peopli'
-,-lv,s equally will mm,
•'llUg, .1 ll«I t \ voiced * he: I
t'.ili t. !!•.•.I hostesses,
• ' MM b I ' . < ell at the
salarv, expense I
I-.. \. Wnleli, nlni \ tleputv tr,
. K. Slutti,.,, siilnrv
Myrtl* Riley; i
The hanks will |><> ,|osed all dnv fl'.
om or row Washington's Inrthdav. I (
ATTENTION! TAKE NOTICE!
, , Sl .... Hides and Furs
lii.-.s ' ' ' " . t'nll ami jjei my priees before ship
„l„r, , I'i'W <"• "<*UinK I'-lsewliere.
l,|"l,v '""",v Alsn IIK:iii:st I■!;11 !> Illr
* - SnffflLWISE
W Hrown. salary nail ituap*, I
I,- |, D. R. Brewer
'allison, salary, jailor. Telephone No, 111.
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 21, 1918, newspaper, February 21, 1918; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106117/m1/2/: accessed September 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.