The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 9, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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The Hennessey Clipper
HENNESSEY, KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPT. y, igog.
IDE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Established 1891. The Oldest Bank in Kingfisher County
We welcome and appreciate all busi-
ness entrusted to our care and every de-
positor or friend of this bank receives cour-
teous treatment at our hands.
If not a customer of this bank become
one. We extend to every man, woman or
child in Kingfisher county the services of an
up-to-date, conservative and well equipped
bank. We give the service that serves.
Every dollar deposited in this bank is
protected by the Depositors Guarantee Fund
of the State of Oklahoma.
Put tour Money Where You Know Its Safe
Following is the official score
which better tells the tale:
K H PO A E
I Cashion 2b
\ Hennessey 0 1
made a pretty fiy catch in the
Mays astonished Enid fans by
striking out thirteen men and
pitching a "no hit" game.
Helena made three double
plays during the game.
Renshaw, Shepherd and
Cashion did some tine intielding.
"Honk Honk" Smith was there
with big mit when it came to
rooting on the coaching line.
BLANK HELENA FIRST GAME
Sluggers Win the First Game in
Amateur Tournament by
Score of 3 to 0.
The Hennessey Sluggers
showed their supremicy over the
Helena base ball club by blank-
ng them Sunday at the Fair
g ounds, at Enid, in the first
game of the amateur champion-
ship of the northern part of the
About forty five Hennessey
fans went with the boys to root
and help them win, but it was
not necessary for them to do
much rooting for it was plainly
seen that the sluggers were
simply too much for the Helena
Mays pitched a great game
for Hennessey, striking out
thirteen men and not allowing a
single hit or a walk to first base.
Only one Helena player saw the
initial bag and he gained that on
a little error, but, alas, he got no
further as with two men already
down the next man up went out
on a fly catch. Mays received
excellent support from the
locals and they were all with him ' the goods behind the b^t.
from the start to finish. I Oliver, Leddy and Neal each
H TO A
0 2 1
0 8 2
0 1 0
0 3 2
0 0 0
0 5 2
0 8 3
0 1 1
0 0 2
0 0 0
0 27 14 5
0 0 0 0 0 0—8
Struck out—by Mays 13; by
Two base hits—Cashion 1.
Sacrifice bit—Leddy 1.
Base on Balls—off Packard 7.
Stolen bases—Cashion 1, Led
dy 1, Neal 1.
First base on errors—Helena 1
Left on bases—Hennessey 5,
Passed balls—Wicker 1.
Double plays- Dillon to Guth-
rie to Conyers, Kensal to Guth-
rie, Beavers to Guthrie to Con-
* Batted for Packard in ninth
NOTES OF THE GAME.
"Sis" Liston was there with
The Depositors Money
Is insured in the American Bonding Company of
America. Our vault is also guaranteed by the
above company. Our Capital, Surplus and Indi-
vidual Profits are $33,500.00. Plenty of capital to
do a safe banking business. The stockholders of
this bank do not owe the bank a dollar.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Hennessey, Okla.
On Wednesday September
first, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Thurlow on North
Cheyenne Ave. occurred the
marriage of Miss Temple Petti
cord to Mr. Earl Thurlow. Rev.
Mason of the M. E. church pro-
nounced the words that united
them in the Holy bonds of matri-
The bride is a Marshall resi-
dent and has been for some time
in the employment of Watts Dry
Goods Co., of that place. The
groom is a son of Mr, and Mrs.
A. Thurlow, living near Marshall,
and a brother of Roy Thurlow of
The happy couple left the same
evening for Ringwood, Okla.,
where they spent a week visiting.
They will make their home on
the groom's father's farm.
Their many friends extend best
wishes and hearty congratula-
MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL
Usual Koutine i l Business Was
Gone Thru—Catterton Ap-
pointed Night Watch.
( Autos Go Through
Ten autos tn the Oklahoma
City—Kansas City endurance
run of a thousand miles for the
Oklahoman trophy passed
through the City last Monday
afternoon. The first car passed
through about 1.45 o'clock in the
afternoon and before 3 o'clock
the other nine had gone through.
The city council met in the city
hall Monday night in their regu
lar monthly meeting. Mayor
Wylie was in the chair with
alderman Elder, Brewer and
Herscher presnjit. The minutes
of the last meeting were read by
the city clerk and approved by
The report of police judge, E
E. Swim, showing that be bad !
collected $0.00 in fines was ac
cepted and placed on file.
The report of water commis-
sioner Leddy showing that he
had collected $59.30 water tax
was accepted and filed.
The report of city clerk Notli
stein showed that he had received
$135.30 during the month of
August and was accepted and
The following bills were allow-
E. E. Swirn, salary $ 5 00
H. II Sampkin, labor 05
Daniel Boone, labor 05
O D. Miller, labor H5
John Leddy, salary 50 00
Chas. Nothstein, salary and
Geo. Burns, hauling, away
John Thomas, salary
Electric Light Co., pump
ing water month of Au'
Electric Light Co., light
for the months of Juno,
J uly and August 300 00
Oscar Wylie, posting bills 1 00
W 1). Jett appeared before
the council requesting the right,
which was granted, to tap a
water main 111 the alley at the
rear of the opera house to furnish
water for the opera house.
A motion was made by Ehler
and seconded by Herscher to
transfer $'J5 00 of the dog tax
collected to an emergency water
works fund to be used for im-
mediate and special purposes.
The night watch question then
came up and after some discus-
sion .1 i 111 Catterton was appoint-
ed to that office.
The action of the street and
alley committee in awarding .1.
C. Covington the contract to
sprinkle the streets was ratified
by the council.
No further business appearing
before the board they adjourned
until the itext regular meeting.
The best the market affords at
prices you can afford at C. H. Brew-
We All Like Thoroughbreds
Who does not prefer the thoroughbred horse to the scrub? The
thoroughbred man to the snob? And since it is true, that 441 HI: AP-
PAREL OFT PROCLAIMS THE HAN" you cannot afford to pass by
without purchasing your head gear at EHLER'S BIG DEPARIHEN1
STORE, headquarters for "THOROUGHBRED HATS.
We carry everything in shapes and colors from the most
classic head piece to the hat for the most conservative dresser. The
young man's Thoroughbred Swagger Telescope—the hat that has
both style and quality, in colors blue, green, gray, tan, white and
black, at prices $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
The Thoroughbred Stiff Hat of pleasing style, the business hat, the
dress hat, the all-around hat, the all-purpose hat for all thorough-
bred men at ... - $2.00. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50
TIES! TIES!! TIESII!
Thirty dozens of ties—the latest things in four-in-hands and
batwings—all the new colors.
A New Line of Fancy Vests at Prices Ranging
from $1,50 to $5.00
We have the swellest line of clothing ever shown
in the city. Our new clothing cabinets are full to over-
flowing with the latest creations of the city tailor. MANY
MEN SELECT CLOTHING UNWISELY because they
buy where choice is limited and distinction unknown. We
offer a range of 500 attractive fabrics, numerous styles
suggestions and perfect tailoring—the workmanship of
America's greatest tailors, prices ranging from
$10.00 to $30.00 Per Suit
The Printzcss fashion Show
Is now on at Ehlers—If you want "distinction in dress" you will find it in our ready-to-wear
department. Here as in every other department we have bought the markets choicest ar-
ticles for our customers. Wre have 300 Ladies Suits for you to select from in prices from
$8.00 to $30.00—You want the best come and get it.
See our large line of Scotch plaids for children's school dresses, per yard 10c to $1.75
A nice lot of the new things in window and art draperies in the Dresden effects.|Come
in and see the new goods and buy where you have a large assortment from which to select
THE BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
We Have the Two Leading
Lines of Ladies' Shoes
E. P. Reed
In both of which lines we are
showing the Foxed Button,
Mat Kid Top, small perfora-
tion on vamp, Military heel,
and patent leather tip and
medium heavy square edge.
We have some special styles
in Queen Quality Shoes at
"classy" boot of bronz, foxed
buttoned, soft kid top, plain
polished vamp, with the new
round toe and square edge,
just the shoe for the foot of
the Queen of Fashions.
| The Fred Ehler Dry Goods Co., hennessey, Okla.
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