The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 28, 1918 Page: 2 of 6
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THE HENNESSEY CLIPPER
THUKSDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1918
A R STEPHENSON DEAD
Make the Best of Life
by keeping your body in perfect health, there are 20,000,-
000 people in this country who are not well I hey could
be 100 per cent more eflicient and could acconiplich much
more if these were in perfect health If you are ailing in
any way. and you don't seem to get proper results, why
don't you see a Doctor of Chiropractic (ki-ro prak tik). I his
new drugless system is restoring 90 per cent of such as you
to perfect health, who give it a thorough trial. All diseases
of Men, Women and Children respond readily. Don't de-
pend on somebody's opinion but go see.
MARY OLIVE ELLIOTT
Doctor of Chiropractic
South Main Street, Hennessey
Death Occurred Wednesday Morning-
Resided Here Eigliteeu Years
THE LIVING HUN SPIRIT
The Hull still is ni our miilst,
The same modern Judas Isearlot
\v!hi luis slunk along the ilnrk alleys
of the nation white American boys
were living in France, I let rnv i 11 uri eon
aiviii" with crimes ot every ilcscri)'
linn, >li|>|inK his liiimls in tlu- fullest
i limes of liistorv, is still lit lur;-,e.
lie whs unulile t<> destiny the fuith
of America i" its t inn- of trial.
\I1 the wiles of a ill-generate race
, otalil not shake the Meals ami prinri
pies of the I'niteil States while the
K(ri „ of v\ar was upon us; but he has
While the Hun a. ross the sea cries
Mer.v. Mel' v," when there is no
mercy, the Hnn in our iiii< 1st is soe*c-
)},it i,\ ,vevv insiilunus device in his
iiowi'i to dethrone reason and to con
found the lit hoi i ed spokesnic i in
the comiuK peace negotiations.
•'Hrotheil.v hove" is his tin
To a Christiau nation he ciiinc* with
the iloetrlnea whieh ChrUt taught.
But he forpets that the same Christ
who taught lirotherlv love .li-l not let
the nioncx chancers bafk into the
trnipl, lie forgets that a ( In i-t iau
nation docs not let its murdeis go
I,,,,. ||,. forget* that leniency is
onh Il l to those who deserve lei
The eravt s are still fresh in Klan
.lei*. The dismantled homes of thou*
ands (jf hulnble, peace lo\ing peasants
are still smoking along the old battle
front in Frame.
M:iS these e\er !l e before the \it
11111 111 Ameii- an« while the honeyed
W0r<l* of Hunieil interests are whisper-
e«| in hcjuilinjLr tones to Ameriean
RED CROSS ITEMS
Mis Kiv.I Kliler, Mrs. W. I. .limner
Mrs. Kli ulieth Burnett and Mrs. May
T. Merrill atteiuM the Executive
nu t ting ' I K iiivHsIm'i* Comity Chapter
:it KiiijjIisluM tin Moinlny, Novnufoer
<it which tun. the following ofli«ers
Clno'i Solomon Chairman.
A r Black \ iff Chairman.
.1. K. Mitchell Treasurer,
Mrs. P. L. Patten Secretary.
The following were elivtetl to serve
as Chairmen «>!' thf various depart
Mrs. May T Merrill Membership.
.1 M Spifff finance.
Mrs Frotl Ehler Extension,
.Iona Ruth Publicity.
Mrs. Ii A. IVinborton l'rc>«lu«-tion.
C I,. fatten Home Service
Mrs Sarah Linton Junior Mombfrs
Mrs \V. L. Ilamer Nursing Servirc.
Mrs. V H. Wessel Military Belief.
Mrs. Kl'i/.alieth Burnett Conservation
The eleven (1H receiving
gliest number of all votes in
•ction for the founty executive
,11• f, with the number of vote
rs Fre I Khler _•
er Solomon ••••_.
K. A. I'emberttin
i Hut li
. May T. Merrill .
Y. M. Wessel . .
\V. L. Hamer ..
The t'ijiht against savagery, brutality
and oppression still are on •
It lu'lioove^ ever\ American to re-
We rcinemhcietl the Maine, we re
member the Lnsitanla, but we still
have ships on the sea-.
The .lead . hiblrcn of Franc and
Heluiuni we did not forget and we
< an not forget that their debt has not
hecn pai'l in full
Frame wore the yoke of war. Her
many must wear the yoke of peace.
The possibility of .lohn .' I't sliing
lioenniing a candidate for presi.ii nt in
He'll i.1 ha\ c stirred the Oklaho
man to the deptha. Is- attempt to be
little Bla.-R .lac k in an editorial on
Thanks iving Drive. Nov to Dec.
\Vi ki- k. I the Kai-er fimn the not!.
Tli.it til. tloheii oHerns ruled 1
f nllll Kr
Mr. Kerrel chairman of Hennessey
Branch, has appointed Mrs KIix.alietli
Burnett and Mr. 1!. E. Watson as rep-
resentative of this Branch, and thev
are automatically added to the county
liculah Auxiliary has turned in tli •
neat sunt of *-"-><• the proceeds ot
frohinents served at the Berry sale.
I tesitles their <loiiatiou of the linen
The Mxitje Auxiliary turned in the
sum of HitL'.'.l1 into the Chapter treas
111 v, a \ ■ i y substantial contribution,
ifl'.sd of the amount was for the I>in
■ ■ii Shower and $10,70 was the pro
.•ceils for lunch sine.I at a public sab
bv the member* of the Auxiliary.
The Myrtle Auxiliary. American
Bed Cross, realixed $40.TO for lunch
served at the 8am Abbey public sale
j \„v 14th The ladies nave iinstint
edlv and nobly and are to In
espe.-iallv comiiieiided for the manner
I in which' they worked together in thci
llort to further the cause so dear t
he hearts ot the American peopb
I'll,A wish hereby to thank those who
o kindly donated, and also the iner
:mts ot Hennessey tor the help they
xtcu.lc.l them in selling supplies pur
hased b\ the Auxiliary, as near cos
i« | jble. CLARA FELDKB, 8ecy
K .lier to Coiinc.t Up New Water
Wells With City Mains
I' i,a I test was made on the new
wate si,iiitlv tor the city of King
I fliihei Saturday. Of the four wells
; .11 ilit i bv l.avne and Bowman, well
\(1 | tested neai 1. J ii i ,o(HI gallons a
, well \o ' only produced about
i i •i galloni a day, ao well No. •
i,. nilli-l, which pruiluces about the
a> the tirst one The coinpanv
„t,t,.,. .-,1111,0011 gallons a day, si
m-l ii.i.I lift wells w ill lie coil
A It. Stephenson, ugeil lis veal's,
passeil away at his home on Kast Ok
lahoma avenue at I:-" o'clock Wed
nesthiv morning after aa illness ot
about ten days with a coinplieatinn
of stomal h and bowel trouble.
The deceased had made his home
in Hennessey for the past eighteen
vears and was familiarity known bv
his friends as "Doc'' Stephens.
Besides his wife, he is survived by
one daughter, Mrs Klizabeth Carpcti
ter, two grantl children and three
KuneraI services will be held this
afternoon (Thursday) at three o'clock
from the home, Itev. 1'. H. Marshall,
pastor of the Christian church,* "ill
Program for Conservation Week for
The following program for Foo.l
Conservation Week for World Kcliel
has been issued by the Federal Food
Administrator for Oklahoma, C. H.
Ames. The purpose of the entire cam
paign is to bring forcibly before the
entire Food Administration organisa-
tion and the general public, the change
of the Food Adiniaist rat ion activities
from a war basis to a world relict
basis. This point of view is covered
in the meetings scheduled during the
Church meetings on December 1st.
Fraternal, club and other organiza-
tion meetings during week Dec. 2nd
Commuuitv public meetings Tues-
day, I lei-. .".I'd
Miscellaneous county meetings dur-
ing week Dec 2nd to 7th
Women's organization meetings on
Wednesday. Dec, It It
School exercises Friday, Bee. 'ith.
A letter received by relatives here,
states that Arthur <!. Redonbo had
arrived safely overseas and that he
is now busily engaged ill seeing the
sights of the British Kingdom.
Good Bottom Laud Farm For Sale and
Fntcd Worth the Money
I III acres cultivated, S3 acres in grow-
ing wheat i and this wheat goes with
the place if bought soon). Farm fenced
ho" tight, good well, windmill, 3 room
house,'". ellar, cave I tlx 12, barn for -U
h"ad of horses and 100 ton of hay and
^,111111 bushels of grain and 1,300 bush
els of corn, - pit silos 12x23 ft 'litis
place is about I) miles of town. Time
on part of price, and will be sold
worth them oncv. Oil lease on this
brill' s in -tliin per annum. If you are
looking for a bottom farm with good
black soil, no A. I'. II KHSCll KU.
All restrictions in force during the
war on construction projects of e\c:y
. I'l kind have been removed according lo
official announcement of the State
Council of Defense as a result of in-
structions from the War Ind tsttie-
OIL DOPE OF INTEREST
After a brief lay off the last of 11
week, work is again progressing mi
the Marwell test, northeast of ll'-n
aessey on 22 20-3. The hole is aow re-
ported a little more than 1 SilO leet
deep. A report gained i irculation In-
the tirst of this week that the Mar-
well wa« a 200 barrel producer, and
brought a few extra heart throbs for
those interested in that section. I he
■-..port failed to st I up under inves
ti#ation, however #
The test on II 20-3, said to be by
the National I'nion people, of Black
wt*!l. is now down three linn
■ Ired feet. Tills test is about two
miles northeast of the Marwell.
Another String of Tools for StanfiU
The drilling out tij which has been
standing aboard ears in the
vartls has been unloaded on the light
of way temporarily. Many who be-
lieved' that it meant a new test in the
Hover territory will be disappoint.' 1
to learn that it is intended onlv to re
place the string of tools now at the
Stanflll test, east of town. The string
now at the test, it is said, are to be
shipped to the owner, in Texas,
.lust when work is to lie resumed nt
the St a a lil I tesl is not known, but pen
pie of Dover and vicinity hope that it
will be soon. If there is any Oklaho-
ma gra\v beneath they wish to know
it. Hover News.
Thanksgiving Drive, Nov. 28 to Dec. 7
Twoiild be nice to be ihos.
who are putting the CIYINC "i
;.n. 11, 'ix i'
In the District Court o! Kin '.n
l 'ulllltv, Oklal "tea.
A. fj. Huzza ni I'1""
Anton B. chapek and Mar
T. Chapek, his wife; Frank
(I, Hake! ami Katie H
| lake I. his wife Defend,
Notice is hereby given that pt
an, to aa order of sale to me dm
issued out of the
court in the abo\ t
will offer for sale
it,, or in any wise appertaining.
11; :. .i \o\ ember 12th, HI 18,
tiKOHOK F. LONll,
Httiiif of Kingfisher County, State
ii.KKKVKK .y MOO It H, F.nid, Okla.,
Attornevs for Plaintiff.
hove nicut ione I
utitled action, I
one parcel and
sou iii oi...... auction to fite highest
bidder for cash in hau l lit the north
front door of the court house in King-
fisher, Kingfisher County, State I
Oklahoma, on the 16th day of Decem-
ber, 1918, at the'hour of 2 o clock p.
111., the Southeast (Quarter of Scciioi
24, Township 1!'. North, of Range 1'
\V. I. \l., Kingfisher County, State
of Oklahoma, together with all and
singular the tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto beloi;.'
Eruis Me your cream. Station
open all the time. Bring your
Cream any old time you come to
town, and yon can take your can
and check back home with you.
Honest weigrt and test ,my
S .'ccs'or to Howard & San
Auto Owners and Users
MANKIN'S ECZEMA REMEDY
Stops Itching First Application, and Cures
worst cases of Eczema, Itch, Bar be r s
Itch, Ringworm, Toe Itch, Sweaty, Galled
or Bad Smelling Feet. Price $1.00.
Mankin'e Hair Tonic arid
Absolutely removes Dandruff and stops
Falling Hair; also stops Itching Frst
application. Price $1.00.
Mankinds Healing Salve
Will cure Boils in one night. Cures any
kind of Old Sore. Has no equal for
Piles. Price 50 cents.
If these Remedies fail to do what we
claim for them your druggist will gladly
refund your money.
MANKIN'S REMEDY CO.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
I FOR SALE BY ALL DRUG STORES
It's good automobile judgment to use
this high grade gas made from the
highest test crude produced. A home
product made by home men and sold by
home men. Gives you a quiet, smooth
running motor and more miles per gal-
lon and the cost is the same,
Why not use the best made?
Also the famous Champion Kero-
sene, water white, will give you a nice
white light. Burns in stove without
spitting or smoking. Ask your dealer
for it. if he has not got it we will tell
you who ha:, or we^will bring you a
barrel. Phone 198.
Our mot "is: Cood measure and
the best gotwe can buy.
PULLIAM & HARDING
n ill ! « held in
• led late
I if Lvi
>ii l the . it
- morning t<
e nn«l BowU s
tO '| t tin
,f live year-
tiled ami n|*
f the eontrae
Try Johnstons. They serve
good, substantial short or-
ders, well cooked, on short
notice, any time of the day
and most of the night. Rest
of coffee, steaming hut and
fragrant, delicious pie. lry
our hot cakes you'll come
again. Best of service.
The Eagle Cafe
Johnston Bros., Props.
KinjiHiilier Fre« Press*.
The Hike 111 Rates May Result in New-
Lighting Plant at Waukomis
Waukomis Hornet Relief from tli«*
present iiixli liglit rstt tot Waukomis
II in ^iIit A lar^' nonilier of fltiffW
, , ,,:,i to tli.' meetiliK at the 1 liri-
tian eli 111.'Ii Tues.lay ni^ht to Mee
liat . .III!.I lie ilone reguriliiiK t'11' r0
mi rnti' l>> the Oklahoma
Ha* \ Klettrie ('(iiiipsny.
Ooa Ward, of the Waukomis Mill
i< 0111 pa 11 v, 111 a<Ie a proposition to the
,.tiii(r that, if the rily wouM enter
'.uto an nureenient with him. he vouM
install a plant at the mill anil for
nisli light" for aliont ti\.■ . ents a kil
juvutt a against the 17 centi lis at
I v, at \ • oininittee consisting of .1,
1 1; .l,,s, |.1|. <i M l.ovell an.I l> W
\ \\ ai,|. 1 K. I toi I mm 11111I I.. W. tlreeu
Iwas anp«lat«<l to wl "'t'1 Uh city
.011111 il to see aliout wiring the town
lor the new plant, an.I lis noon n thev
Ibava anything Milt*, anuther meet
iwill be enlleil
The Willie .niumittee will also loot
into the mutter of replaeing the Mai 1
1 street pipe line with iron pipe.
)g mu h q h k uu- i ■ ; y the
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this'Delpheon. Even though you do not
other musical instruments, with the
Delpbeon you can re-create any melody or bar
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and'give it just that shading of tone and ex-
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the instrument itself, or sinping the original
notes! The pressure of youi finger on the
magic-like silken cord controls every tone and
expression. If you are yourself a musician
you will know the intensified joy that comes in
re-creating the art of others.
Other features of the Delpbeon include an
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ON EAST SinE or MAIN STREET IIENNKHHKY r 1)1).; S1IOVV WINDOW
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