The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 25, 1913 Page: 1 of 6
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The Hennessey Clipper.
EntereJ at the Postoflfce at Hennessey '
f Oklahoma, as Second I lass Mail Matter >
HENNESSEY, KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, SEPTEMBER 25, 191:5
Subscription Price $1.00 a Year in A J- r
i vance; <> Months. 50c; 3 Months 25c \
Authorized Headquarters for Adler's
TO THE MEN OF HENNESSEY, OKLAHOMA;
We hereby publicly announce that HERZBERG &
STERBERGER will have the exclusive sale of Adler's Col
legian Clothes—Suits and Overcoats—In your city. They have
purchased a large stock to offer you a representative assort-
ment of the Adlers' Collegian line and are authorized to ex-
tend you our full guarantee on all purchases.
(Signed) DAVID ADLER & SONS CLOTHING CO.
offer the Best of Style and Quality
AS EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES of this well known
line ot Adler's Collegian Clothes, we are in a position to of-
fer the very highest values of style and quality at distinctly rea-
We know this line to be deserving of utmost confidence in regard
to quality of material and workmanship, and it offers such a wide
variety of shades, patterns and styles, that any man can find a
garment individually becoming, snappy and suitable. It's the
line for the up-to-date dressers.
We guarantee you a perfect fit.
Price Ranging From
$15 to $20
Other Good Makes $ 10 & $ 15 a Suit
Herzberg & Sternberger
School Opens Monday
In Temporary Quarters in the
Business District Pending
Completion of School
School will be opened Monday,
Sept. 29th. This decision was arriv-
ed at last Saturday evening at a
meeting of the school board and the
grades will be located in temporary
quarters, (lending completion of th
First Grade— Zuber building.
Second Grade and 7th and 8th—
In old opera house.
Fifth and Sixth—In building
vacated by Farmers Restaurant
High School—In Goodwin build
Third and Fourth Grades have
not as yet been located.
To assist both dealer and pupils,
the different grades will purchase
their books at different hours on
Monday, next, as follows
8th grade—from 800 tu 9;00
7th grade—9:00 to 9:45.
titli grade—9:45 to 10:30.
5th grade—10:30 to 11:15.
4th grade—11:15 to 12:00.
3rd grade—12:00 to 12:30 p. m.
2nd grade—12:30 to 1:00.
1st grade—1.00 to 1:30.
High School 130 to 2:30.
Pencils, tablets, inks, etc., should
be called for at another time.
All pupils should present cards
received last year. If they were
not students of ttiis school last
year they should register at the
Goodwin building on Saturday fore-
noon or not later than 8 30 Monday
(Continued on 4th page)
Will Teach In Enid
Miss Marguerite Blevin, who has
taught in the primary department
in the Hennessey schools for sev-
eral years, went to Enid Sunday
night where she took charge Mon-
day morning of a room in the Lin
coin school in that citv. Miss
Blevin is one of onr best and most
successful teachers and Hennessey
will regret to lose her. Miss Vesta
Young will take her place in the
primary department here.
Local Piano Tuner
For piano tuning see Warren
Brumley. Leave orders at Brewer's
Jewelry Store. All work guaranteed
Domestic Science Club
The Domestic Science Club will
hold the regular monthly meeting
at the Christian church on Tuesday,
Septenber 30th, at 3 o'clock p. m.
An interesting program as follows
has been prepared and every house-
keeper and also the young ladies
are invited to be present:
Piano Solo ..Miss Ruth Love
Vocal Solo . Mrs. F. J. Alexander
There will be demonstrations by
Mesdames R. E. Watson. Levi Herz-
berg, Win Drake and T. ti. Staggs.
R. E. Watson To Build
R. E, Watson, local manager of
the Hockaday Hardware store, has
let the contract for a fine mod-
ern new home on South Main
street to Contractor Frank Noll.
Work will begin as soon as possible.
The new residence will be two
stories and basement and will con-
tain seven rooms and bath.
Don't make that farm loan be-
fore seeing Mitchell & Pepin at
Hennessey State Bank.
City Fathers Meet
Proposition Looking to Sale
of North Park Voted
Down 3 to 2
LADY DEPOSITORS receive especially courteous atten-
tion at this bank.
We are always pleased to have an opportunity to ex-
plain our banking methods, and give you the benefit of our
experience and knowledge of financial matters.
You know that when you deposit your money in this
bank you will get it back again. You believe it is good
business judgment to have your house insured. Why not
have your bank account insured. We offer you that security
You Can't Lose!
: The =
Hennessey State Bank
FRED F.HLER, President T. H. STAGGS, Vice President
M. A. MITCHELL. Cashier
Col. J. L. Murphy's Sale Dates
Friday, Sept. 26.—Claude Bond,
Yi mile east and 2 'A miles north of
Monday, Sept. 29.—Charles Jewett
8 iniles southeast of Hennessey.
Thursday, Oct. 2nd. L. A Min-
EsiFarm Loans and Insurance §2
MITCHELL & PEPIN
At Hennessey State Bank
L. A. Fkrrell,
I. J. Cashion.
V ice Pres.
C. O. Cashion
T. H. Stagus
Floyd E. Ff.lt
Chas. K. Stetler
Farmers and Merchants
We do a general banking business, buy and sell exchange, loan
money, pay taxes for non-residents, make loans on personal or
chattel security have private money to loan for one to three
years time—make long time farm loans >AU' '•a""' nnd do
all kinds of a general banking business.
to us is absolutely CONFIDENTIAL
We also have on hands at all times a full line oNegal blanks
for use of our customers—notary public in office. When you sel
or buy a farm handle the business through our BANK and it will
be handled right.
Bank with a STRONG BANK A NA-
TIONAL BANK, supervised by the U.
S. Government—-the best and soundest
banking system in the world.
Farmers and Merchants National Bank
The city council held a busy ses-
sion Monday evening, with all mem
With City Attorney Moore out of
the city, the board passed up the
ordinance pending and after some
discussion authorized the building
I committee to make contract for a
concrete sidewalk in front and
along side new city hall and also to
make arrangements for heating
plant and plumbing.
On motion the fire warden was
instructed to make examination
into the condition of the Mowery
building on lot 11, block 32, and
report to the building committee.
The firewarden was also instruct-
ed to get prices on two fire extin-
guishers for use on the fire truck
and also two hand extinguishers
for the stage in new city hall.
A motion to petition Congress-
man McGuire for assistances in se-
curing the passage of a bill that
; would allow the board to dispose of
| the North Park, failed to land a
i majority of the votes and was lost
j by a vote of three to two. Three
I hundred dollars was the price of-
fered for the property, which was
donated to the town by the govern-
' ment for use as a park.
! The board adjourned until next
regular meeting in October.
Going To Iowa
E. Porter who disposed of his
farm nine miles southwest of town
last fall, is planning to farm the
coming season in Iowa and will
leave in a few weeks with his family
for Des Moines. Mr. Porter has
lived in this section six years and
has many friends here who will
regret his leaving. Kingfisher
county can ill afford to lose good
farmers and here's hoping that he
will come back.
E. A. Thorp Sale
E. A. Thorp, who has been farm-
ing on the Perigo place, 6 miles
west and 4 south of Hennessey,
will hold a public sale Tuesday,
Oct. 7th, at which time he will sell 4
head of horses and 1 mule, G heap
of hogs, 5 head of steers, a large U)I)i (Gotebo. Sale of fine Percheron
number of implements, 150 bu. of lnares an() red hogs.
corn, 100 bales of hay, 100 shocks ! Monday, Oct. 6—Robert Johnson
of kafir and all his household goods, 2y2 north and 3Yi miles west of
etc. Mr. Thorp is planning to leave nennesBey.
——————Tuesday, Oct. 7.— Earl Thorp, 4%
i miles south and (1 miles est of Hen-
Wednesday, Oct 8—John Paris,
1Y miles south and Smiles west
Thursday, Oct, 9th—Frank Clay-
ton, 3 miles east of Lovell.
I Tuesday, Oct. 14.- W. M. Ben man
""""" ; miles south and 3Yi miles west
! with his family on Oct. 10th for' of Hennessey.
California, and will stop at Ft. Bid-1 Wednesday, October, 15 John
A wedding that came as a stir- wejj w|lere |ie may decide to locate Griggs, 2Y miles south and 8 miles
prise to the friends of the contract- permanently. Mr. Thorp has lived west of Hennessey.
ing parties was solemnized at the jn (|jjg see(jon since the opening, I Thursday, Nov. 16.—Frank P.
home of Mr. and Mrs. W.R.Robin- a|til01igh still a young man, and Sylvester, Yi mile south and 1 Yi
son, 11 miles southwest of Hennes- |lis lmmy frjem|s jn this section mile west of Hennessey, sale of
sey, when their oldest daughter wju regret his departure. I Duroc hogs.
Miss Orpha Robinson was united in
marriage with Mr. Elmer Hopper, | ^
on Sunday evening, September 21st. ^
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. O. G, Brown of Hennessey at |
6 o'clock. Just a few intimate
friends and relatives were present,
The bride wore a pretty gown of
white messaline and was unattend j
ed. Directly after the ceremony
and congratulations an elegant;
wedding dinner was served to the
bridal couple and guests. I
Mr. and Mrs. Hopper are two of
the most popular and highly res-
pected young people of their com-
munity, with a host of friends, who
extend most hearty congratulations
and best wishes for a happy
married life. They will reside on
the W. R. Robinson farm while Mr.
and Mrs Robinson and family
takes a year's vacation in Oregon.
In memory of the little infant son
Mr. and Mrs. D W Hill who was
born Sept. 11, and died Sept, 20.
Fold the little shroud about him,
Softest folds of snowy white.
We must now live without him,
He is in the land of light.
Lay the precious treasure softly,
In the strange and lonely bed,
Weep not for him dear parents
brothers and little sister.
Who sleep beneath the sod.
Jesus loves little children,
He has borne him o'er the flood,
And he has laid your treasure
j In the bosom of his God,
| A Sympathizing Friend
A Home Bank for Home People—The Bank for You
May We Not Have a Share of Your Business?
First National Bank
READY MONEY burns holes in the pocket
of the man who carries it. To make spare
money safe, put it in the bank. Besides being
secure there and always bandy to get at, when
you do need it, it will not be so easy to get at
when the impulse comes to spend it foolishly.
Perhaps you have children and are planning to
educate them; perhaps you wish to take a trip
to some place of interest next year; perhaps
you wish to establish a reserve against loss of
work or old age. If you wish to help yoursel!
the bank will help you. Few can get rich quick
—all can get rich slow. This bank will help you
Strength Security Service
You get all and more. We want you to make
this bank your bank.
John Smith, L. Hines, F. A. Dinkler. W. A. Rhodes
A. E. Rhodes, Mary Smith. G. H. Trl.jdell
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 25, 1913, newspaper, September 25, 1913; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105884/m1/1/?rotate=90: accessed September 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.