The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 12, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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THUBBDAY, JTJNB 12. 1918
THE HENNESSEY OLIPPEB
Farm For Sale
The Northwest Quarter of Section 28, Township 16,
North- Rang-e 6- W. I. M., 5 miles east of Kingfisher
Improvements consist of a nine-room house, with
cellar and Acetylene Lighting System, a garage, a
granary 18x20, barn 18x32- cow shed 30x36, wind-
mill and tanks Also good cistern.
This 160 acre farm is fenced and cross-fenced with
woven wire; 105 acres under cutivation. about 55
acres in grass. The crop of growing wheat and
oats are reserved from this sale. Purchases can
have possesson of farm August 1st.
REASONABLE TERMS WILL BE GIVEN
This is good farm. Rich productive soil—
bottom land. Creek runs through place. All of
place can be broken, but ten acres. Call or write
ALVAH HILL, Owner, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
AIK SERVICE RECRUITS OIVEN
AIRPLANE JOY RIDE
All innii who ileum* to join the I .
jtjrA'ATED OILLESS BEARINGS
LONG service and satisfaction are built into
t Woodmanse Wind Mills. Every part- every
detail is the result of fifty years of experience.
Durable through and through- practical in every
one of its Special features. Longer life because of
better construction and because of the impregnated
oitless bearings an especial advantage because a
wind mill is less likely to have proper attention and
oiling than any other machine.
If you want the wind mill that will stand up and
give service—insist upon Woodmanse. Study its
tipecial features before you buy.
W. D. Cupps & Co.
iN. air service may have their initial
i flight within a few lionrs after they
ire accepted for enlistment, is the in-
formation sent out by army recruit-
ing station headquarters nt Oklaho-
<'ity. All men desiring to enlist
in the air service will be sent bv air-
plane from Oklahoma Citv to Post
It was originally authorized by the
war department to send a plane after
each man who wrote in requesting en-
listment, but it was found impossible
in some cases to send a ship to all the
town throughout the district. Now a
man may write to the commanding oi
fleer. Port Field, ov to the D S. Ar
my Recruiting Station, Oklahoma City,
stating that he desires to fly to Post
Field to enlist in the air service, and
a letter will be sent to him immediate-
ly giving him full information as to
how to go about it. Applicants will
be furnished transportation from the
nearest auxiliary recruiting station ro
Oklahoma City, and from that place
will be sent by airplane to Post Field
The first sergeant at Oklahoma City
daily wires to Post Field, "send up
that airplane taxi, I have several men
that want to joy ride into the air set
vice." It is anticpated that an aero-
FEOO POND ITEMS
Mr. Cecil Fisher called
Bradfleld Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. .fay Needham visited Tuesdav
afternoon with her sister, Alra. Geo.
Mr. Wallace McK.ee purchased i
fine Hoistein cow last week.
Mrs Ida Dawson spent
and Sunday with her
Mae and Hattie Holleubeek spent
Hftturday evaning and Sunday with
their sister, Mrs. Orval Downcn.
Mr. and Mrs. Swackhamer were in
Hennessey shopping Monday.
Mrs. A. J. McKee. of Rnid, Mr-
I. F. Wood ring and son, Alberta, of
Bison, spent Sunday with their sou
and brother, C. T. McKee and fami-
ly in this vicinity.
Ceph is bringing old times back
to reality by driving a two wheeled
Miss Helen Bradfield is making an
extended visit in Eiiid.
The party at the Morrow home was
well attended and ail report a good
Mrs. (Jeorge Melton called on Mrs
C. H. Fisher Monday afternoon.
Several of the farmers in this vici
liity have purchased new binders.
Miss Nettie McMeekin and Mr.
Mack Kenshaw were married at King
ti-tier Friday, dune 6th, and departed
the same evening for their future
home in Arkansas City. Their many
friends in the neighborhood are ex
tending best wishes and congratula-
Bob Craun is using John Ward'.-
hitching post now a days.
Mr. Harold Lynch and wife called
on his father Sunday afternoon.
BISON AND VICINITY
Farmers are wearing a long face.
We suppose it is on account of so
Willis Woodring and family, of
near W t vijoka,, Okla ., were iu Bison,
Sgt. .lames Brogau. who has been
iu the service for Uncle Sam in
France, for several months past, re
turned to his home east of Bison, on
Monday evening nu train No. 35.
Mr. and Mr*. ,f. G. Stephenson
left for Indiana Tuesday evening, on
the 41 Firefly.'' They were called
there on account of the illness of the
Mrs. .1. F Reinkemeyer and child
ren went, to Knid Tuesday to see the
30th Division parade, as their son
Leo, is in Company K, of that divi-
It is rumored that Miss Daisy Her
rifeu Visited --. • 011
8u inlay. How about it Daisy f
Mr and Mrs. John Herrian spent
Sunday with the latter s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. K Orissom.
Mish Bessie Plisek and Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Stephenson motored to
Mrs Maggie Slusher, of Texas, via
ited with relatives here la t week.
Mis* A una Matusek was au Knid
317 Puft«*rann Rlsiit
Rain! Rain! Rain! That is all that
t does, now, iu Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. .leff Gee and child
ren, of Meno, visited at the .loo
'Imate home Saturday night and Moil
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Underwood
i were shopping in Hennessey Monday
Saturday an,| VVerc forced to stay in town two
>f the severe rain
Mrs. I days on account
Mr. Coleman, of Loyal, Okla., call-
I on Mr. Henry Reandeau, Saturday
of last week.
Mr. Charley Bozworth is hauling
wood from Mr. Lyman Hickman's
Mr, and Mrs. .leff Gee and children
of Meno, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Choate,
Wilma Choate, and Mr. Joe Choate,
spent the day Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Choate and family.
Mr. and Mrs Mart Berry and son
called at the K. W. Underwood home
Miss (trace Carey and Miss Beatrice
Choate and Willie Choate called on
Mrs. Mary Reandeau, Tuesday after
Mr. and Mrs. George Redick
-hildren visited at the K. W.
derwood home Sunday.
Mr. K. W. Underwood called on
Mr. .loe Choate Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. George Chartier enter-
tained the yaung folks of the neigh
borhood with a dame on Wednesday
It wont be long until everybody
will be bii!-y with cutting wheat.
320 ACRE * ARM F°R SALE
Good well improved half section.
220 acres in cultivation. If taken
soon- will co at a bartrain with
crop P 0, Box 587. Hennessey
Whether its wet or whether its dry,
we must have weather, you and I.
Mi and Mrs George Byers and
family attended the children's exer-
cises at the Christian church in Hen
nessey, last Sunday evening.
Cash Huskey returned home from
Iowa on Monday night.
II. V. Prince and family, Glenn
Lillibridge and wife and Charles
Throckinortoij and wit'. Sundayed
with Mr. and Mrs. Shelton.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cheney visit
I at M. C. Shelton's, Hundav.
o'clock a fine baskel
ed on the lawn. Kv«
Phi of the day's pi
The afternoon pr
n| I 2:3U ,
(inner was sery-
oue eujoyed this
nam very intn li.
ram opened at
lock. Add re ses w« re made by
of Knid; Brother Jar
be created t<
applicants. < 'oinnier
is increasing by
and the army air
only thorough am!
in this business of
omnibus will hav
• are for all the
leaps and bounds
service offers the
CELEBRATE THIRTIETH WED
A number of friends and relatives
gathered at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. D. Ives on Monday, June
to help tliem celebrate their thirtieth
wedding anniversary. The guests were
served in the diningroom, where the
large table was spread with many
good things. The affair was much en
joyed by the following guests: Mr
Feeder, Mr. and Mrs. Lodge, Mr.
and Mrs. Walton, Mr. and Mrs. Far
thing, Mr. and Mrs. Whipple, Mrs.
J. 1). Harding, Maybelle Kenshaw,
Harvey Brown, Miss Emily Cobb, of
Okeene. Mr. ami Mrs. Tve- received
many beautiful presents. The guests
wished them many more happy years
BAPTIST RALLY DAY A SUCCESS
Sunday, June Hth was Rally Day at
the First Baptist Church of Hennes-
sey. The attendance at Sunday school
was 244. The school studied the les
son from 10 to 11 p. m. From 11 to
12 o'clock the various classes took
part in the exercbes according to their
attendance. The class with the high-
est attendance coming first, and so on
to the one with the least attendance
last. Each class hung its banner on a
tent in the scenery provided for the
occasion, the largest ela^s being as
signed to the largest tent. At 12
re 11, of Hunter, and Broth'
lion, a former pa tor of ti
The latter also spoke at tht'
On .luno 7th, «♦ *i:H0 p. '■. nt ,ll('
home of Hew W. A. I'hilipn, oi-ournl
the marriage of Miss Olga hlizabelli
t'lmork, of Hennessey, to Mr. Willi"!
Walter, of Omega. The Imprewlve
linj; ci-reinoHV was usimI. witnessed h\
Mi. « Ayee I'linurk, sister of the hiiile,
and Miss Frances Rowland.
Miss ITlmark i* the eldest daughter
Mrs. A. L. I'lmark, of Hennes
v. Since her graduation from the
Mine sev High School she scire ed
the profession of teaching, and lias
leeomc oue of the county's most sue-
Mr. Walter is the son of one of
Omega prominent families and i'
every respect worthy of the charming
help-mate he has chosen.
Congratulations and best wishes oi
a host of friends are their's.
Mis- Nettie McMeekin and Mr.
Mack Kenshaw, of the Lacy neighbor-
hood, were married at Kingfisher last
Friday, June 6th, Judge John M.
(•rahnm performing the ceremony.
They were attended by Miss Kath-
rine Kenshaw, cousin of the groom,
nd Mr. Howard McMeekin, brother (
of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Kenshaw ;
left the same evening for Arkansas j
Citv, Kans., where the groom, with,
ii- father, Mr. Will Kenshaw, will
•lOnduct a garage which they recent - ,
Mr. an.I Mrs. McMeekin are well
known in Hennessey and vicinity and
have been numbered among tin* popu-
lar young people of Lacy township.
The sincere best wishes of these
friends go with them to their new
home in Arkansas City.
VERN MUNCH IN COLORADO AND
Rocky Ford, Colo., June W.
Left Carrier, Okla., about noon on
Friday, reached Colorado Sunday
evening. Could have made Pueblo or
Colorado Springs Sunday evening, ex
cept for visiting friends in Kansas
The Buiek has climbed hills on hiuh
that we used to think could not be
done on low. Have had no tire or
engine trouble at all yet.
Some of the worst roads there ever
was and some of the best
Will make Colorado Springs this
evening, Mondav, June 9th.
V. F. M INCH...
MONEY TO LOAN—S A Sny-
der, in rear of First Nat'l Bank.
Two hundred and furt
largest attendance recorded
the"Baptist Sunday school "i
held last Sunday at the
Baptist church. Seventy se
total were in the young 1"'°. ,
under Instruct! Be v. I hillps,
pastor. A large crowd enjoyid the
special basket dinner nt tweht
I o 'clock.
• four, the
•en of the
,le's clas ,
If you are needing a FARM
LOAN, see John Duffy. Can fur-
nish the money as soon as title is
ready. Best Rates.
Harry E. Canficld went to Guthrie,
Tuo day morning, oil a brief business
Pierce Oil Corporation
Gasoline 23c Per Gallon
wholesale (that means in barrel lots or more). The best grade of
gasoline in town, our customers say.
Coal Oil 13c Per Gallon
in barrel lots or inore, and it is good oil
We have bought a car load and it is GOOD.
Before purchasing your Tractor oil, see Mr.
George Hrawner about this.
We DELIVER the oil to you, if you wish. Phone us.
George Brawner, at Collin's Garage
Phone 165, Hennessey
What is Chiropractic
Chiropractic is a dniglcss health science of the cause
of so-called dis ease, and the art of adjusting the hu-
tnan spine when its segments are out of natural align-
ment. ,';o that mental impulse can transmit naturally
throtii'li the nerves to provide normal health functions
to everv organ and everv part of the body.
Ta!:.' spinal adjustments until vou are well then take
them occasionlv to keep well.
MARY OLIVE ELLIOTT
Doctor of Chiropractic
South Main Street, Hennessey
Phone No 5
Mrs. Link Sterret is on the sick
Mrs Thorna* Johnson called at the.
Sterrctt home, Sunday.
PICK UPS IN THE STICKS
Mrs (irr.nilma Jointer'* wm ami
wife and children, from Knid, spent
Monday niyht with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Puekett, of V\'il-
sonvillc, Neb., are the parents of a
baby bov, born on June tltli He wi J
been named Vernon Edward Mrs. !
Puckett is a daughter of Mr. and i
Mr. Gilbert Chartier is home from
hinton, Colo., where he has been ut
rWk U..in v.™. ■
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5-bearing on Crank
Shaft. Each cylinder
All gears straight di-
rect drive on belt pully
All gears steel and en-
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5000 pounds. Draw
bar pull 4000 pounds.
14-H. P. on Draw Bar. 28-H. P. on Belt.
SPECIAL FEATURES: Motor designed and built to burn kerosene without adding water to fuel, boiling
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Isabel], Kansas. April 17, 1919
Dear Sir In regard to tny tractor, 1 have used it three years
and it is in good shape now I have used it on every kind of work
in the field and pulled an ensilage cutter, and shelled corn, all
over the country. Burn kerosene all the time, and to show you
how it uses kerosene, run my machine all last season and never
took up a bearing. Had a little trouble when 1 first got my
machine, but nothing to speak of. I sure could not do without it.
Yours truly, E. H ARMSTEAI)
1 have plowed 250 acres at a cost of 40 cents au acre, plowed
from five to six inches deep, using kerosene all the time Baled
B0 tons of hay in three days, using only 15 to 20 gallons of coal
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Enid, Okla., April 8, 1919.
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that it is a good one and that we used it altogether for threshing,
pulling a 20-1(1 Case separator, threshed 25 days averaging 80O
bu, per day, using from 20 to 25 gallons of coal oil and one-half
gallon of lubricating oil, Never have had any trouble, in fact
never have used a wrench on the machine, and will say that it
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We shall be glad to show you the All Work tractor after years of service ori various farms in Oklahoma.
For catalogue with su 11 information, see
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Nashville, Kansas, March 25, 1919.
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and will say that I used it to plow 2100 acres, disc 1100 acres,
done road grading, pulled ensilage cutter, moved houses, in fact I
used it lor most everything, and the tractor is in good shape.
Could not ask for a better tractor. GEO. GOOSMAN.
Breckenridge, Okla. April 8 1919.
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your agent, II Peters, of Enid, has given me absolute satisfac-
tion. I have plowed about 100 acres of land, borrowed 50 acres
iu 7 hours, using five-section harrow, burning from 15 to 20 gal-
lons of coal oil per day and one quart of lubricating oil per day.
My boys, 14 and Mi years old, operate the tractor. I have had
no trouble and have never looked at the bearings yet, and can
say that the tractor runs as good today as when I got it Shall
be glad to tell anyone what we think of the All Work.
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Fairmont, Okla , April 8, 1919.
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only using gasoline to start with Took up bearings once; have
had no troub'e to speak of. BREIHAN BROS.
or Write Stimits. Sale* Agency, Wichita, Kan«.
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