The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 20, 1913 Page: 5 of 6
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A year and a few clays old Report Of the Condition of A year and a few days old
The Hennessey State Bank
Loans and discounts
W arrants ....
Real Estate, furniture and fixtures
Securities with the Banking Board
CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE
•At the Close of business November 14th, 1913:
The above statement is correct
Capital Stock .
M. A. MITCHELL, Cashier
We call your attention to this splendid statement made at I he close of business just
twelve days over one year of business. We want to thank those who have shared
in this splendid growth. If you are not already a customer of this bank, we invite
you to open an account and enroll your name among the already large list of satis-
You know that the banking laws of the nation make stockholders of the
banks liable for twice the amount they have invested. '! his is lor the protection of
the bank's depositors in the event of a loss. The stockh >lders of thi; bank can pay
their double liability, if called upon to do so. In addition to this protect ) !, we
GUARANTEE your deposits, so you have a double guarantee if you deposit your
money in this bank. YOU WILL NOT HAVE TO MAKE A RUN TO GET YOUR
MONEY. YOU CAN GET IT ANY OLD TIME. The U. S. Government never
deposits money inany bank without security. Then why not the individual have
security for his money? We offer you that security. YOU C AN'T LOSE,
FRED EHLER, President
'T. II. STAGGS, Vice President
Remember: YOU CAN'T LOSE!
M. A MITCHELL, Cashier
CHARLES PEPIN, Ass't Cashier
(B HB1' YAVJUOEHie
change of property. Mrs. Morton charge of a ranch near his farm in
receives a fine residence near the that locality,and the surprise was a
University hospital in Enid in ex- decided success. Each famuy
change and Mr. and Mrs. Morton brought baskets abundantly jil.eu
plan to move to Enid soon, where with choicest viands. 1 wo Iart,e
I Mr. Morton will engage in real tables were arranged and a most
| estate and insurance, Their many jolly dinner party surrounded them,
friends of the Columbia neighbor enjoying to the utmost the excel- --■ ■ . . office
hood will regret their leaving, lent dinner, the laughter, the merry formerly owned the post om
TMr son! Alvin Morton will rem .-tailor ™.l of U* «- nows'.ond here and ho, many
I the farm from the new owner and casion. llie fortunate ones were.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brewer and fam- hasten to
ily of Hennessey, Mr. and Mrs.
farm it the coming season.
home to their many friends.
The bride has made her home in
Hennessey lor a year past and dur-
ing the greater part of the time con-
ducted a millinery store here. She
has many friends who will wish
A. W. Stephenson, the groom
I can loan MOBE MONEY on f mis
than any one doing business in the
state and 1 defy competition on
terms and rates.
IV. H. BLACKBURN
Before I Die
And that is that I be served with
eranbeni s and that the delicacies
that can lie found at C. H. Brewers'
Gin'. ry. Turkey is good but so
much better when served with the
trimmings and we have the trim-
ni'.u;.;-, Here you will find iiranber-
rie- celery, nuts and sweetmeats
it make the Thanksgiving dinner
Veterans Surprise Comrade
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Caulk, who
who will has been planning to leave soon
extend congratulations f,)r his old home in Nebraska was
A and best wishes. | treated te a pleasant surprise by
Royal Neighbors at Kingfisher
Mesdames A. W. Darrow and J.
! Q. Henry, of this place attended
W. Burrows of west of Hennessey,
Mr. and Mrs. Browning Sr., Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Blaekley, Mr. and Mrs. 01.
States and family, Mr. and Mrs.
ten of his G. A. K. comrades and
the County School of Instruction of Carl Wehli.,0 and family, Mr. and
the Royal Neighbors at Kingfisher ,. lr;. Hr ,w,.
A Giant Beet
A giant stock beet that tipped
the scales at 12 pounds and nine
oun 'es has been on display at the
Clipper office all week and has at-
tracted much attention on account
(if its size. The beet is from a half
acre crop produced by W. E. Hersh-
berger, who resides seven miles
northeast of town. Mr. Hershher-
ger planted two pounds of seed on
half acre anil secured what he
called a two-thirdjstand. The crop
he received made over nine wagon
loads of 2,500 pounds each. He
lias been feeding the beets to his
l ugs with very satisfactory results
J.E.Titus, of Dover, also planted a
;mall piece of land to this variety
of beets this year and is highly
plea "d with his crop and its feed-
Tr.ule Farm for City Property
T. C. Bossart, of Kremlin acquir-
ed the Mary E Morton quarter sec-
t m 12 miles southeast of Hennes-
last week as a result of an ex-
Friday. New officers were elected
as follows: Mrs. A. W. Darrow,
Hennnessey, President; Mrs Miles
M. Judge, Kingfisher, vice president;
and Mrs. Lacey, Kingfisher, secre-
tary. Mrs. Darrow remained for
the banquet and reception tendered
the Royal Neighbors in attendance.
Friday night, and was the special
guest of Mrs. Judge. Hennessey
will be the next meeting place of
Mrs Ira Browning and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Grover Hohbs and family,
Mrs. Yandell of Enid, Miss Lizzie
Harry and Mr. George States.
Dick Binding was down town their wives last Thursday evening.
Friday for the first time since he His comrades came in force, head-
sutiered a paralytic stroke sever-1 ei) by Prof. LaValley with his flute, j
al months ago. Dick made the: Esther LaValley with a bass drum
trip down successfully, but his and Floyd VanDucen with a snare
strength was not sufficient for1 drum. Following the vanguard
the return and he rode home came the veterans and their better
with a friend.
Come to Good Market
D. P. Johnson, who lives -f:;
southwest of Ringwood, brought
a load of cotton to Uennessev
today, a distance of 34 miles
'.Ben Oldham, who resides out
west of Ames, marketed a load
of fine cotton at the Neri.li Gin
here Thursday, He made the
33 mile trip to Hennessey in > ec
ord time. He received 4c for his
cotton, which was unusaliy tine
Pay Your Taxes Now
List now ready at the
Farmers and Merchants
A large party of old friends,
neighbors and relatives spent a
most pleasant day Sunday at the
D. H. Cline home, twe've miles
northeast of town. A surprise had
been planned on Mr. and Mrs. Cline,
j who left this week for Gage, Okla
homa. where Mr. Cline will take
15c Ginghams . - - 10c
10c Ginghams .. ... 8Mc
2f!c Madras 15c
8/^c Outing 6/^c
$1 white Table Linen 75c
40c wool flannel. . ...25c
15c white Cotton Flannel. - 10c
25c Burs in Hose, 2 pair -3->e
Children's Hose, 3 pair 25c
$1 and >U.5U Men's Shirts 75c
Mt n's 50c Work Shirts . . 40c
fcl Union Suits 90c
Children's underwear, garm't 20c
Men's $1.50 jerseys . $1.25
c 1 Jerseys men's and boys' 75c
••>2 Denim Work Suits . ..$1,50
$1.50 Leather Gauntlet ... 100
75c leather gloves & mittens.50c
$0 18 inch lace boots. $4 50
$3 men's tan dress shoes .. 8.50
$3.50 heavy work shoes . . .2 2">
Men's Clothing at 1-2 price
Matches, 4 boxes for .
2 10c pkgs smoking tobacco.
2 15c cans Health Club bak-
10c can Alton baking powder
15c bottle blueing
35c bottle extract, all flavors.25c
Soda, 2 large packages 25c
;S packages Cream of Wheat 25c
50c Imported Japan Gun-
nietal Tea, per lb 35c
Good 60c cider vinegar gal .35c
1 Tie package Buckwheat pan-
cak" flour 10c
$1.00 lanterns 75c
Lamp flues, 2 for . . . .15c
Castor Oil Axle Grease, 3
boxes for - - - - 25c
Toilet soap at your own price and
many other articles at cost and
1-3 off on Shoes.
halves bearing baskets and bundles
containing refreshments and eat-
ables. Allen surrendered willingly
and they took possession of the j
premtses and made themselves at
home. It was a complete surprise.
The evening was pleasantly spent
in social intercourse and vocal and
instrumental music and will be a
pleasant remembrance for Mr. and
Mrs. Caulk, who will leave soon for
their old home in Nebraska, after
nearly two years' resilience in Hen I
The following old veterans and1
their wives participated: Messrs.)
and Mesdames William Holmes, j
C. Lamb,John Horbeck, R. Reynolds,
Stork Back Again
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wi'-
son. on Nov. 19th, a girl baby
A girl baby was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Will Howard on Friday, N"v.
A tiny baby girl arrived at the
Archie Tarrent home on Thursday,
the 20th of November.
Friends hern are rejoicing with
Mr. and Mrs, John Corder over
the arrival of a tine baby boy at
their home in Enid Sunday
morning. Baby Corder weighed
9,' pounds at birth and is Mr.
and Mrs. Corder's second boy.
LOST—Small axminister rug
between Dee Dawson's property
io east part of t.owiwirid Vei n
Munch property in north part
of town. Kinder please leave at
Harness oiled $100 per set at
We are now prepared to t&ke
care of your snap cotton. Bring
yours in We want it. NORTH
GIN, .1. W. COX. Manager
Rev. H. E. McWilliams will
Sanitary Clothing Co.
A. W. WESTLAKE
Farm loans, Insurance
In you are figuring on a Farm Loan it
will be to your interest to figure with me
First door south of Hennessey Clipper
Married at Oklahoma City j Union choir
The marriage of Mrs. Ella Scott j Thanksgiving at
■r-v. . 1 Mm rr h - r ( a.
meeting fi r
somewhat of a surprise to their be P" esent
many friends here. The ceremony Mr. and tars. Walace Jones
was celebrated in the parlors of the entertained the latter « parents,
Lee-1 luck ins Hotel and was wit- Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Davis, of
nested by a few relatives and close Kingfisher, Sunday. In the
friends of the contracting parties, afternoon the party drove out to
They left shortly after the cere- the country home of Mr and
moiiy for Stratford, Okla, where Mrs. .lorry E. Redenbo, south
Mr. Stephenson has been making cast of town for a few hours
his home and wheie they will be at visit.
J L. Mines, C. F. Wehling, James j leave Monday for Riley, Okla ,
Maxwell, Luke Hannon, A J. Caulk j where lie will attend the Epworth
and family and Joe Sisco, a relative Leagu ■ district cabinet meeting
from Oelwein, la.. J. J. LaValley j which convenes there Monday
daughter Esther, and Ed LaValley and Tuesday. Lev. McWilliams
and sister. | w'" deliver a lecture at thcopen-
' ling session Monday evening on
C. W. Carson, who has been"The Pleasantry. Purpose, Poa-
making Hennessey his residence sibility and Destiny of Life,
and passing as a man of means ; He is s cretary of the District
and leisure, was gathered in for j League and also District Mis-
obtaiuing money under falsapre sionary Secretary.
tense last week after he had
cashed a check at a local bank,
| which was afterwards retu n ;d
with the statment that he wn
unknown. He managed to s
cured the necessary funds to
adjust the matter with bank an
was allowed to depart, mid lie
did immediately. A few days
before he contracted to buy a
valuable farm from a local realty
man afUr the latter had toUd
I him around the country under
! the impression that he nn-ati«
business and had the where
withal to buy.
Buy your confections for that
Thanksgiving dinner already
cooked at Myers' Grocery.
That we have a large increas
in our stock since moving i >
our new location and now have
on display an unusually com-
plete and up to-date line of
jewelry. Please bear this in
mind, and remember that we
are always pleased to show
you the goods.
H. D. Brewer
JEWELER an 1 OPTOMErRIST
East Side of Main Street
En Farm Loans and Insurance
MITCHELL & PEPIN
At Hennessey State Bank
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 20, 1913, newspaper, November 20, 1913; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105892/m1/5/: accessed September 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.