The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 21, 1918 Page: 3 of 8
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THURSDAY. FEB. 21. 1918
THE HENNESSEY CLIPPER
PICKED UP IN THE STICKS
Former Hennessey Residents Writes
Arlic Clark, Sunday
To Old Friends of Conditions
Weill. is on til
Sl ' :i1 I
Northern Nebraska Grown
Early Ohio Seed Potatoes
Come and see me.
Want to sell these potatoes early to get on a farm.
Come and look them over early.
WILL B. GOOD
One door south of Fred Ehler Dry Goods Company, Hennessey.
Mr. ami Mrs. John Edwnrds tuirt
eliiMrt'ii ami Mr. and Mi . <'nsli }\n<-
sev and daughter, : 1 «I Mr. and Mr>
Joseph Lee ni (I daughters, Ada find
Maudie, ami Mrs. Joseph Hregiiny.er
;in,i \|r. ; , .m,-s. Will Lee and Miss
r .|:l | ii.,. i M« - K liner Cannot
Andy .Inep r, who removed i
braska some time ago, writes interest
iny letter to old friei.ls lure.
HROl'K, Nebr., Peli. 14, lt 1 -
i I I M.I l.ee, Hill
l'oe were guests
Kred Lee and son.
Messrs. Klinei Cannon
Mien visiti'i 1 :ii the Joe 1.
• n Mr>
id Mrs. Lon
:• ml Mr. and
Don't You Throw Away Those Old Shoes
We repair shoes to look almost like new. We have modern equip-
ment, use painstaking care with each job, and guarantee complete
satisfaction. Shoes are higher priced now than ever before. Yon
save money and look just as well by having your old shoes repaired
— O. K. SHOE SHOP -
inann and children visited Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Richard's.
Luelma Williams spent Monday
night with tiladvs and Merle Vemuaii.
Lucile Will visited Sunday at flu'
Charles Will home.
Mrs. .1. C. Murpliv and daughter
Hi! el. id' Marshall, and Mi-. Stiv. l;
To the Clipper:
Please find enclosed a mone\ 01 •
that 1 have carried around for a te..
da vs. Renew my subscription to the
(Tipper, just as far as it will go. I
hi Ivan ! (ion't know what the price ot t is
home on iiace the war. Change the address
from Dover, Okla., to Brock, Nel'i*.,
We have gone to houst keepiu-
.ttrain. Am working for a native >
Finland, lie sure has things line. H
Pnhrmannand farms 000 acres. About the onl> too!
John Fuhr- I • has without a seat on is the bu
t 'hart ier
ed with Ras
It looks as it' there was no use in
being in a hurry to make garden un-
til winter i> over.
Mr. an I Mrs. .Jack Parker and the
latter's sister, .\liv, Hill, oi' near
(i a ye, Okla., Forded over In -1 Tuesday
and are quests at the Parker home on
Quite a good many from the Ridge
attended .he Atkinson sale in the
I( ev neighborhood Friday.
.1.m Kingerv has move.i on liis fa-
ther's eighty. We welcome tlieiu to
•ars. Mrs. Thrasher was fornierl
iss Freda Winters.
Anyone wanting a walking listi
loulll see Berdett Parker. It h
isit *t it he'll tret it
it rd Suml: \ at
I Charles Frin-
to his home in
! pending three
: his onnt ami un
1 Mrs. Verne \
, Guthrie, spent !
I Witt home.
• urner Satur r^y
hem - City after
at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W.
and son, Aha, of
iv :• t the A. C.
Holmes is back at
Bordett Parker is still on the sick
list, but is not confined to his bed.
(toorge Holm called at the Rain-
bolt home Sunday.
Wheat is beginning to show up
verv ni'-elv in the sandy land.
Mrs. A. M. Holm ha
fined to her bed for the
I with the rheumatism.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thrasher
have returned to Texas, where they
have been farming the past two
Good Farms for Sale
Anyone wanting improved farm in the
Great Northwest, can buy them in the
vicinity of Hobson, Mont., on crop
payments, for from $-10 to $80 an acre.
If interested, write me for particulars.
H. E. DAVIS, Hobson, Montana
of 12 years and over
If you are interested in
organizing a Boy Scout
Troop in Hennessey give
your name to either of
the following men —
FLOYD E. FELT
Girls Will Be Girls
-and as long as they are they will
like caridy. Give the young lady a
box of good chocolate creams and
watch the smile it brings. You are
taking no chance of giving an un-
welcome gift when you give candy.
Our candy is pure, fresh, delicious.
Hot and Cold Lunch
Our lunch department is becoming
more popular every day. It is so
easy, takes so little time, costs so
little and is so satisfying to drop in
and take a lunch, a cup of delicious
hot coffee, pie, or a cold drink with
us. Let us serve you.
The Cozy dine
L. E. GARDNER, PROPRIETOR
I Mrs. Dob
i heir daughter, Miss Leona a von
enjoyable birthday an valentine par
1 v Thursday evening in honor of her j
Hth birtliday. Light refreshments 1
served. ' P-r quests dep • rt • a« i
a late hour with best wishes for many
iuore\ equally enjoyable birthdays, j
Those present: Mr. and Mrs. Buford I
:iikI family, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nel
son and daughter, of near Ames; Mr. (
and Mrs. .less Tuggle and children; |
Mr. and Mrs. Robert ♦foniv n.i -
Mr. and Mrs. Finest Moore, Mr. and j
Mrs. Marl Bullis Mrs. Reeder, Mrs.
Clean, Mr. W. B. Parker, Mr. Jack j
Parker, Misses Sophia Jarvis, Otic
Minton, Maude and Inez Bailey, Kt-
te Crites, Winnie, Kate and Stella J
Tuggle, Martha and Jennie Hunts
berger, Mildred, Lucile and Pauline
Nelson, Mr. Carl Winters, • !ill" !
Best, Harry, John and Flo • Nelso1',
Cain and Tom Reeder, Oscar Crites,
Charles Spearlev, Virtus and Lee
Brawner, Glenn and .lames Hunt!1'
berger and Harry Parker.
Albert Best is sawing wood for
Cain Reeder and George Holm.
L. K. Townsend called at the Par
.ier home, Monday evening.
l^uite cold at present.
Mr. anI Mrs. Fred Lee and son,
Trueman, and Mr. and Mrs. Will
Bruce and children spent Friday ev
oning with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Taylor and
i hildren spent Sunday evening at the
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weber, Mr. Frank
Weber, Mrs. Jim Ward and Mrs. B.
Weber spent Sunday evening at the
Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Kuvor and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Will
Bruce and children spent Saturday
evening at the George Snider home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Poo and chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bruce and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Taylor
ami children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Weber, Messrs. Dick Bump, Frank
Weber and Jim Pipla spent Tuesday
veiling with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Kgner and children.
Mrs. George Snider and son, Leon-
ard, and Miss Lennie Snider called at
the Bruce home Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Snider and
son, Leonard, and Miss Lennie Snider
spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Kuver and daughter, A1
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bruce and fami-
ly spent Monday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Willie Taylor and family
and Mr. Duck Bump.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee and chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Poe and
children, and Mr. and Mrs. Kd Lee
and children, and Mr. Bill Thornton
spent Sunday evening with .Mr. and
Will Bruce and children.
Mr. and Mrs. George Snider and
son, Leonard, and Miss Lennie Sni-
ler spent Monday with Mrs. Bruce
Mr. P. Larson and son, Johnnie,
ground food at Mr. Bruce's on Tues-
Mr. Wm. Bruce butchered Friday.
Mr. Ed. Lee and Mr. Jimmie Poe
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hall spent one
evening this week at the Poe homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Egner and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Lar
i w and pitchfork. He also I
heat, water mains and elect
Before I came here, I gathered corn
up around Talmago and Cook. I ierJ. |
ed out i!,!l"ill bushels and though 1 had i
gathered my part of it, but tins man
^'iil as about .">,000 bushels in h - |
fields vet; but he has a machine t«
husk it with.
We have had mhiic \ er\ disagree j
;i I de went her : | • here this wilit e:
We saw in the ('lipper about it be I
ing cold about zero. I could see you
all shaking; yet I gathered corn up
ero. Oh, yes, it was mid. I i'r.. ••
I both ears 'but it was down to 10 b«
1 | *w zero one night, and that \Vns too
.old to run dogs out.
This climate seems to agree with
| :* 11 of us. up here. We are both^ doi'..'
iiiedicine sineo \vi •:,.nie up Ice. I
' !■;i\ e gained -•' pounds and do not be
i ieve that vou folks would know us
ni\ more. Well, I might as well ring
off'. . ANDY JAGGER.
For Farm Loans sec John
i Duffy. Plenty of money on
and Mrs. Charles Wilson were
niiossev. Saturday, shopping,
meetinv ::t the school house on
lining and night was w« II
Church again in two weeks.
, Mr ii. W Chart ier and
,i \i W . Wolford were
Ist Wednesday with Mr. and
i le-vviek and daughters, Mai
G< evieve, were in Henne*
opine Saturda\ .
Keep That Medicine
You can never tell when vou II
need some of the tirst aid
remedies that we carry here.
Many a seemingly insignifi-
cant accident or cold turns
out very seriously simply be-
cause the proper precautions
aren't taken ri;;ht at the start.
Many an hour of pain and
misery lessoned by having
on hand the proper remedy
for immediate application.
You will find our prices as
war times will possibly per-
mit Let us supply you NOW.
M a rion
"hart ier a
strict 2t .
be the order oi the
i, W. Chart ier and
and Mrs. G. W.
I:t : Snmlav ;it the
Gant and Vaughn Wlul
hart ier h",,wl ,mo da>
BOSCIIEE'S GERMAN SYRUP
Why use ordinary cough remedies,
when" Boschee's German Syrup has
i I ceil used so successfully or ftfty-one
Oklahoma | years in all parts of the I nite.! Statcf
-I , week ! Vnr coughs, bronchitis, colds setthd iu
■ i i >r cougiif, i'i "* 1 ,
tin- throat, especially lung tro-;. lo.
■\ es the imtient :i ^'iioil
•nth, seeking free from 'coughing, witl «p6C-
v\ i l i benelit his h«'.alth. , t<ir:ition in the morning, g <*s nature a
l.etlor . Iiance to soothe the inflameil parts
s !;, ■ st rat ton I 'throw off the disease, belpiim the pati-
, .,|| at tir Chartii r j < ut to regain his health. !!.> ami ?•>
nil. th- Snl.l 1>V F. A. DINKIjER.
i;t h« l.
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As I have sold mv farm and am leaving the neighborhood, I will sell at public sale at the farm, 1-2 mile north and 7
miles west of Bison. 1 mile east and 2 miles south of oarr. on
Sale commencing at 10:00 o'clock a. m sharp, the following personal property, to-wit:
One iron gray mare, 10 years old, heavy with foal,
a good mare and an extra good brood mare
One iron gray mare, 9 years old, in foal, good
One gray mare, 10 years old
One bay mare, 11 years old
One black horse, 7 years old
One yearling colt
Two 2-year-old colts, half sisters, extra good
One roan horse, 4 years old
One steel gray horse, 3 years old, extra good
4 heifers, 2 years old, fresh in summer, extra good
10 cows, years old, some have calves by side, others
will be fresh soon
9 cows, 4 years old. fresh soon
1 pure blood Shorthorn bull, 3 years old. extra good
1 cow, 5 years old. fresh in April, extra good
19 good yearlings, some heifers, some steers
- cows, l\ years oiu, nc-su suuh s n'( e rct' ul'ves< ext a MJ(,d
Any one wanting good grade cattle-Shorthorn and Durham-could not find a better bunch than these to select from
Soitig Extra Good Farm Machinery
AcSiJdc^T.folirgood'sh^e W^Scumval"!1" Riding fo!i°n Deere 2-row, good
..... ... , Stion ha^oJ " Walking plow. 14-in. new l ow wagon and raok new 3 sets good work harness
sen and son's, .John and Lewis, spent
Walter A Woods Inv rake new Osborne 14-disk harrow • Simplex straw spreauer ougj,y
r:r irnr1Mi pndk*, new. and 2 -good to*, Tins machinery all extra good
I Lewis ami .lolin, spent Monday even j _ j gQ b\ishels shelled COm About 30 bushels CSDe SeeCl
i„K with Mr. ami Mrs .Mmmie Poe peeC| 3H\(J ^eCCl 15 ton baled cane hay 250 bu. good home grown oats
Mr. ami Mrs. Bert Glenn ami Mr.
ami Mrs. I'aiks were Sunday quests
of Mr. ami Mm. Walter Pain.
Mr. ami Mrs. (ieorge Holmes visit
ed with Mr. and Mrs. .Inmes Berrv
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lee visited at
Ithe Prod Lee home Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark ealled on Mr.
All numa of $10 and under, cash. On sums over $10 a credit of 8 months will be tfiven,
notes to d°aw 8 JJer cent interest from date. A discount of 4 per cent for cash on all sums
over $10 All property must he settled for lielore rerimving
Barr Ladies' Aid
Will Serve Lunch
Col.J.L. Murphy, Auct.
Bison State Bank, Clerk
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