The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 27, 1919 Page: 3 of 8
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THE HENNESSEY CUPPER
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1919
WHEN YOU THINK IT S TIME TO
EAT, BOYS, YOU'LL FIND WHAT
YOU WANT AT THE EAGLE CAFB.
TAKE IT FROM ME, THEY'LL PUT
THE KIBOSH ON THAT EMPTY
I'EELIN' AND NOT TRANSFER IT
TO YOUR POCKETBOOK, EITHER.
IT'S THE ONLY PLACE TO BUY A
"PIE CARD. '
The Eagle Cafe
JOHNSTON BROS, Props.
(Continued from Page three)
100s snip, lot 10, I ilk ."in, N, Kinjrfisl,
ei': MTonootis sale. Certificate No. 41 v
101.1 ssiI«*, double assessment,. (.'ertifi
ente No. 1411, loo:, sale, lot I.!, Ml
-si, (Miie^n ; <I«>i11 I«• assessment.
'I lie following township oflicers' re
A It Oil!
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i leu nessc
K i u •> (i
1 111 i n
ren surer, II.
ow n hi]
li. P. Cole, treasurer, L:n v town
S. I, (isirten, treasurer, Lynn town
L. Marlow, trustee, Lvnn town
I-!. I'. heighten, clerk, Lvnn town
I'an I Maass, elerk, Park township.
All'. Lawrenz, treaMirer, Park town-
l«Ynnk Pope, trustee, River town
< liris. Rifhlor, trustee, Omega town
.loe \Y. Uieliler, elerk, Omega town
hi. Blanev, elerk, Skeleton tow '
I'. M. Deselms, trustee, Skeleton
R. S 11 edjfeeoek, treasurer. Skele-
Louis Puhrmanu, trustee, I'liion
Order Xo. :::t0. The county elerk
is hereby ordered to issue certificate
of error to H. K. Arnett, WV 14 of
I.". 17 error i.n tax on school district
Order No. 340. The county clerk is
herel>\ ordered to cancel tax of U.
\V. Westf'afl, amount of *31..">0 diffc.*-
i nre, ltoiiij; error county assessor ru: -
itiii•>* «'Ih oI district hi\ v SK 21-10-0.
S3 It Helps! Bb
There can be no doubt
as to t!ie merit oi Cardui,
the woman's tonic, in
the treatment oi many
troubles peculiar to
women. 1 he thousands
of women who have been
helped by Cardui in the
past 40 years, is conclu-
sive proof that it is a
good medicine for women
who suffer. It should
help you, too.
The Woman's Tonic gj
Mrs. N. E. Varner, of
Hixson, Tenn., writes:
"1 was passing through
the . . . My back and
sides were terrible, and
my suffering indescriba-
ble. I can't tell just how
and where I hurt, about
all over, I think ... I
began Cardui, and my
pains grew less and less,
until I was curcd. I am
remarkably strong for a
woman 04 years of age.
J do all my housework."
Try Cardui, today. E-76
Ontoi* Nil. all Tilt' fniin 1\ clerk is
ln'reliy iir.lcreil to ritin*el tux W.
Kiinerer on lot 15, I.Ik 4, Dover, on
*200; erroneous assessment.
The county clerk is hereby ordered
to notit\ the trustee of each town
ship tit Kingfisher County to take
tion in regard to Riesian thistles
•lohuson niass as provided hv law.
. I Hugging eoutracts of Louis Cnver
/ajit, l . .1. Strattoa, Fred Blehiu, H.
K. Arnett, .1 P. Benjamin, John
Hicks. William Turner, F. T. Liet/.ke
Jim Uieliler. Win. Korean, ('has. Bieh
ler, Theo. Biehler, John Davis, Frank
Homier. Joe Wensler, Hugo Kir.-eli
lloinei Thompson, -!« • Rother and \IS
Minutes read ami approved and
Board adjourned until next regular
meeting. CIIRLKS WATKR8,
Attest: li. A. FRAKKS,
By Leone Williams, Deputy.
Who was it that said the wind l ad
forgotten how to Idow in Oklsihom
Tliosi who helieve it has, please -t.'nid
on their heads.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles MefJee and
family railed 011 Mr and Mrs |i. <>
Mr. Ted Townsend is gettinir along
line with his bungalow and will ha . e
it completed soon.
The surprise on Mr. and Mr- !•'.,
C. Bui 1 ix was sill si fake, but a la rife
crowd was there and a jolly good ti ne
enjoyed by everyone.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Van Buren
called oil Mr. and Mrs. Ted Townsen I
Mr . L. F. Smith returned home
from Topeka, Kans., Saturday on the
''flier. She had been visiting with
her ^brother, who is seriously ill w th
••juicer of the stomach. She report-
but little chajice of his complete ic
Bad roads la>t Saturday prevented
nianv going t<# town. It was too inud
Mis> Minnie li. Stsih np returned l i*t
Saturday night. She said she was cer-
tainly I;i.I to -« t back, but she furled
to gi\e iht psirticular reason. Huh!
Mr. I>. O. Brawner is improving
slowly from si very severe epld tfi.it
settled on her lungs.
Mr. Henry and |«Ved Schutkesting
called on Mr. Virtus and Lee Braw
uer Saturday afternoon.
Ma Ion Correll and John Larsen sir-',
chopping wood for Win. Taylor.
February 22* being Vern Crossoa's
birthday, Mr.' and Mi'. Bruce siml
chihlren. Mr. an«i Mrs. Charles Le
and chihlreu, ami Mrs. Bernice Snv-
der siiid son called to help him cele
brate in tlie evening. A delicious
lunch was serv ed and in the wee' sum '
hours the guest- took their departure,
hoping tliev may help Mr. Crosson
celebrate nianv more birthdav-.
SUNNY SLOPE AND ALL AROUND
seem like spring jo-1
id si v evening.)
\ era I from this neighborhood at
ided the chavari sit the Fred Sponi
home na Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mis. Willi,
have our sincere wishes
happy life together.
M . W. Vsin Dusen and fsi
I'd sit the Win. Felder home
r si long and
The pupils and teacher sit Myrtle
have their gardens plan toil, and sire
also improving their playground. They
now have two • wings, trapeze anil
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee visited
Sunday sit Ralph Dozn's.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Egner and Mr.
ind Mrs. Win. Taylor were Dover
visitors on Fridav.
Vern Cros*ou has he-
mares ia the past week.
Win. Felder and Mr. Robert
Oklahoma visitors last week.
The Bruce family siml Mr
•yder called at the C. Le«
Mr. J. P. Bradficld was a business
k isitor in Kingfisher Friday.
Mrs Goodpasture visited with h.;r
laughter, Mrs. Peck Norris, one dav
Mr. and Mrs. Orval Downen and
children and Mr. (iene Renshaw were
dinner gue ts sit the John Ward home
Mr. Jack Renshaw and son, Jack,
Jr., spent Saturday and Sunday visit
ing resitives near Apjps.
Those who spent Thursday evening
at the Jackson home were: Mioses Net-
tie McMeehnn, Win fled Harrison, Sar
sih Patten, Helen Rradfield and Mav
eel Stanibaugh and Oscar Umberger,
Uene and .lack lieiishaw, William, 1 van
and Lorsm Norris, Howard MeMeekan,
(ieorge Patten, Clias. and Vernia
Goodpasture, Clarence Rradfield, VVal
lace McKee, Cepli Choate and Mason
Stanibaugh. The time was spent u
playing Rook. All reports a good time.
Miss Sarah Patten visited with Miss
Nettie MeMeekan on Sunday.
Mrs McKee and son, Wallace, call-
ed at the J. T. McCalch home one ev-
ening last week.
Mrs. J. P. Rradfield expects to
start to Indiana the last of the week,
to visit her mother, who is quite ill.
Mr. .lay Needhnm was si Hennessey
Mrs. Jack Renshaw and Miss Wini-
fred Harrison visile.! Mr. and Mrs.
Clint, tyenshnw, Sunday.
Mrs. Anna Briix and father, Mr.
Walker, were shopping in Hennessey
'one day of last week.
George and Sarah Patten visited at
the Jack Renshaw home Saturday ev-
A revival novating being held at
Forest Oak. Kvervone invited to at
Mr. Klva Brown called on Miss Hel-'
en iiradflelU on Sunday.
Private Klva Poiudexter, of Green*
leaf Camp, Georgia, came in Isist Wed
uesilay on si few days furlough for a
visit with his mother and other rel.i
tive . He departed for camp sign in on
Mr. C. < Brown, who ha«1 an at-
tack of hiccoughs for a week's dura
tion, is reported better.
Mrs. Fmma Bull is spent Tuesday
••veiling with her mother, Mrs Mollie
Mr. sin• I Mrs, Clisi--. Baker and dan
ghtcr, (iladys, motored t• Enid last
Wedliesdav to visit their dnilghte1.
Mrs. Ona Brooks, and fsunilv
Sunday guests sit the home «• t M r-
J. B. Poiudexter were: Mr. stud Mis.
Emery Poiudexter and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Miuton and daughter.
Mr. siu<I Mrs. Dorau froff and son.
Mrs. Nettie Hanson and daughter.*
Misses Mabel and Dora; Mrs. Bob
Collins sind Miss Helen Glsi s, of Wan
koiiiis, and Privsite Elvsi Poiudexter.
Mrs. J. B. Poiudexter returucil
home last Friday from si visit at Gau*1,
Okla., with her sons. Harvey and Wal
r. and their families.
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Curry and
family, Miss Tvvilsi Brown and broth
. Frankie and Emery, were Sundav
iitors at the llelterbrand home.
Mr. siud Mrs. Enierv Poiudext. r
ind family csilled sit the Harry Bake
home on Sunday afternoon.
Mis Fern Velma Poiudexter
Mondflv night with her schoo
Sydena and Mildred llelterbrand
say.that must have been some spicy
ter that it gsive big brother such a
ions toothaehc; but only tho-e kind
that are wiM'tli while. Well, we sill
igree with you, Wsilter.
Mr. Klva Brown, of Hennessey, for
nicr nightwatrdiinau sit the Star Mill,
spent the first of the
parents, Mr. and Mrs
i k with In
better at this writ J erybudy eonie!
Mrs. Joseph Springer,
Dr. p. M Cox, who was taken sud
deiil.v sick Monday morning, is serious
ly ill yet, sit this writing.
MV '.LE GROVE ITEMS
We surelv hav ' been hsiving some
cold weather again.
Mr. si nd Mrs John West and cbil
dren \ isited at the Samuel Kingei v
home on Friday.
Mrs. John Melendv returned home
from Knid, Sunday, where she had
been caring for her father, who is sen
ouslv ill at that place.
Mrs Robert Rounds returned lioin'
Saturday from Knid, where she hsi I
spent si few dsiys* with relatives.
The Misses Alice Rounds, Josephine
Pckarek. Ine/. Bnilev sind Msirv P«
karek visited with Miss Lucile Kirk
patrick Sunday sifternoon.
A Isir^e crowd gathered sif the Maple
Grove school house Friday to vviine.-s
flu milk demoio t rut ion by si special-
ist from the A \ M College, sit Still
water, with Count \ Agent Wiley, a-
sisting. The f-row/l brought well (ill.'I
dinner baskets siud the day was or
joyed thoroughly. The demonst rat ion
Mr. and Mrs. John Raile.v ami einl
dren v i- ited at the Samuel Kingery
home itn Sundav
Mrs. N. <" Rsinnev, who has be-n
Tlicrt" will he a pit- su|>| -r ,-in.t | \ isitod friom'ts in tlii, .•ouimunitv la.t
lit Maple Grove. Ev- week.
We have a j^ood stock to select from, s-idt f, ceil-
ing and borders to match. We can n : k< t [ t-out
borders with our electric cutter.
We can get you a good paper htu <ti Come
Dinkler's Drug Store
Used Ford Cars
Models 1914 to 1917
Bring Your Car to a Garage
where vou get vour work tunied out on short
notice and iret a mecanical iob at a reason
abe cost. Where all work is guaranteed first-
class and satisfactory or your inoiie refund
ed. All kinds of Generater. Starter and Ele-
ctrical work done. Also a first class battery
charcina outfit and we are prepared to do
all kinds of rebuilding- batteries and also
have new batteries in stock . All kinds of Oxv Actvline weld
ina done TELEPHONE NO 183
W. A. ADAMS & SONS
1 have moved my produce
business to the old
First door north of South Garage j
where 1 will pay highest prices !
for poultry at all times
Special Prices on Hens
T. E. Howard
1st Door North of South Garage
See us before
What is Chiropractic
I liiropriictic is a drugless health science of the cause
<>I so called dis-eiise. mul the art of ail justing* the hu-
man spine when its segments are out of natural align
nient. so tluil mental impulse run transmit naturally
through the nerves to provide normal health functions
to everv organ and everv part of the hodv.
Pake spinal adjustments until vou are \vi
them occasion]v to keep well.
MARY OLIVE ELLIOTT
Doctor of Chiropractic
South Main Street, Hennessey
Phone No. 5
Farmers Please Note
50 6 Early-Delivery Discount
On Mogul and Titan Tractors
NEARLY five thousand of our boys in
khaki and blue are coming back to work.
We shall, of course, make a place in our
organization for every one of them, but we
wish to do it without throwing out of employ-
ment the men who took their places and have
worked faithfully for us ever since. This is not
going to be so easy for us as for some others,
because the Government designated ours as an
essential industry during the war, and we
actually increased the efficiency of our organ-
ization after our hoys left to join the ranks.
We can, however, give steady work both to our
present IfPIp and to the returning soldiers and
ailois. if we can bring about an im-
mediate increase in Tractor production.
In order to do this we must move forward to
the farm some thousands of tractors that are
ordered for delivery at various dates up to May
1st, and we shall also have to ship a large num
ber of tractors that farmers intend to order
later this season, but could just as well take
now. To those farmers who are so situated
as to be able to take advantage of it we make
the following proposition:
Our Early-Delivery Discount Plan
It you will take delivery of a Mogul or Titan tractor new we
will reward your co operation as follows:
lo those who would accept ileliveiy of a Mogul or Titan 10-20 on
or before March 8th we will give an Early Delivery Discount of
5'fa from the price of the tractor. (This amounts to $61.25 in
the case of the Titan 10-20 and $56.25 on the Mogul 10-20.)
After March 8th the following discounts wil! he given:
For delivery during week of March 10 to March 15 inclusive 4%
" " " 17 " " 22 " 3%
" " « " •• •< 24 " " 29 " 2%
31 " April 5 " IX
This discount will go a long ways toward paying the fuel
bills of your tractor during this season.
Hy taking advantage of this Early-Delivery
Discount, you will not only he helping your-
self, but will enable us more easily to put back
to work our army of returning boys without
breaking up our present organization.
You will find that you need a few weeks to
gel acquainted with your new tractor. The
man who has his tractor early can become
familiar with it, so that when the first day of
good plowing weather dawns, he will be able
to get in the Held without a moment's lost
time. That in itself is a very good reason for
taking early delivery.
Go to your dealer and tell him that you
will accept immediate delivery of your
Mogul or Titan 10-20 horsepower tractor,
so he can make up his carload shipments
International Harvester Company of America
Chicago (Incorporated) USA
In this county these tractors are sold by
Ed. Hockaday & Company
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