The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 12, 1914 Page: 4 of 10
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Pat liamer, the Furniture Man
What 1 1
• lor a
can 1 my il
arid lie will ui'dc
lor yon ;iri< I i f In
runiiiI.'iin our el
New Spring Goods
I'iil. Ihnrwr, the Furniture Man,
is receiving liis spring lino ol !• urn-
iluro, Ituj1; , t'urpcts :iri<I llclrij^cr
iilors, ami wants lo call I ho atten-
tion uf I lie people nf I Icnnc,: ■ >' ami
vicinity lo (lie fact that ho is in a
posit ioiitomoot, any compot it ion in
prices if you aro a catalog house
customer, tlive him a look at, his
lino hel'oro you send oil' and if ho can
not moot, I he price, coiiKidoririp; t ho
freight, end away, for that is what
lie would do, hut first hriiiK in your
catalog, show him what von want
t lie Hat no Mi i n^ laid down hero and save the I r< i^lit
is suece:: Till in making t heso ales I hen he can help
relies and rood schools and to huild Jfood road;
Our Undertaking department is
complete and we have a deal on
hand for a new hearse, and. it' it is
made, we expect to turn the old
hearse to people who want free
Calls attended day or night.
Store phone <vi. House phone f>4.
The same way in a 2-inch
post iron bed, they want
$(i.9r> and 1'reght and you
can get the same thing at
home, less the ~
We have a nict
Bahv Cur riatre
SCIIOOIS alio Ml OlIIMI HIMMI 111,111 1 1
Pat liamer, the furniture Man
New Wall Paper
We have a beautiful selection of
the latest designs in wall paper.
It will soon be time to brighten . .
your rooms that have grown dull during the winter month witn
new wall paper, and no where can so choice a display ol all tnai
now in wall paper as at our store. Come in and let us show you.
Let a Vacum Cleaner do your
work, comeand inspect them
Local and Personal News
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Try Miiiue 11f l.lial, delic ions
I i'i-mIi ciiluly ill. MiiIi'h' stiliiiI,
S I' Darling lias rniled liis
furm near I -itu'ov hihI moved u
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Ki i'mIi mIii |iiiii*iil "I grape juic.i
j al, Mules' si,ami 'I'l v snliH'. I Ii
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y on I'llrinm, in
t.ii|ii' i'ii11 pil.V pall hi all ill.
intercut. pu.ying tune,
lint,lie. .I ll 111 N r.s 1.1
I l.i r l'V Cullier, ill Mi hi rue,
I ji hi i m in mi, who spent, several
■ lays here ihi business, was a
I SiiiiiIiiV vilest, ill Mr anil Mrs.
I John I 'n*.
The lulins • 11 l.lli' \\ I I will
i ineel, with Mrs IInriihei'U, l ues
day, March 17th, at 2 o'clock
r m , for the purpose ol' making
ja banner All members are re
| 11 in *m t.< '< I to be pi'csenl. -I'oMMir
I In roe male hog,
Iv<il>inmi>n, i 'hone
weight "'Ta His
lion l,o I'.a i'l
Thome desiring llowers for liny
oeeiision call order them ihriilljzb
Miss Stella Sail r, at, Sam's
.1 11 PI ii i ii i as moved h
nil,o the bricl< I'l sidenee
i y of .1 W 11 ii iii pin ey
Third street I'Yidav
I Ii Hi'I, forget yon a I'l
to be present, III tile
hall, TuesilaV aflerinmn
17. I loud proirrimi. i"
s I'll 11111 \
M iihi mic
Ten een I s ad mission
M I's, A
lisher was the jjui'st, of Mrs. A
I1' Merrill. Tuesday.
Some irood stock horses and
• ittie will lie sold March lsth
at, L. IV I linnillon's sale.
U li Sheuicr and • . *' Nida
are out ill 'he try p hills about 4111
miles west tiuvinjr cuttle to ship
to enstern markets.
('line need, seed potatoes,,
dwurl essix rape, onion sets
and all kinds ef garden seeds at [
I Ire wer's (I l oeery.
We are selling a lot of Delavel I
Cream Separators. Absolutely
the best of all separators, Kver.v
lariner should have one of them |
('all and see them at, Woolsey s
s I ore.
Mrs. N Thornton, who is em-:
p iiVeil at, lbe home of the feeble
minded at Knid, and who is
spe.i linn her annual vacation at,|
her home in llisoli, was a lien
nessey visitor Monday
All the new colors, shapes and
styles in millinery on display at
Mis. Shearer's Millinery Store.
New ^oods arriving daily
"Oh, papa, papa, let's go to
(Iharley li re wer's store We
can gel two dozen of those small
sweet oranges for a C|uarter
Cane and coffee served at Ma-
sonic, hall, Tuesday afternoon,
by Past Matrons O K T. Don't
forget. Hear the splendid prog-
ram. Only 10c.
li K Watson, agent for the
Ford auto, returne 1 from Okla-
homa City Sunday evening with
a handsome Model "T" l''ord
auto, which he had sold to Perry
Harmonious colors, dainty
Mowers, ponpons, jet ornaments,
bows of ribbons all placed "Just
So" t>v expert tinkers on tailor-
ed and beautiful dress hats
at Mrs Jackson's
KOK SALE. i.noil milk, de
livered in sunitarv bottles, .ic a
i|uart. Plume 1 111.
The most beautiful and com-
plete stock ol timers in the city
at Mrs. Shearer's Millinery
Walter and Clarence Xcrbv
and (irant Arnold went to Hen-
nessey with hogs for Deed Hig-
ginbot.li'riin last Friday and re-
turned in time for church.
. 1-y . Mt*
Ames Enterprise —
FOU SALK CHEAP 'three-
room house, 4 lots, southwest,
part ol' Hennessey, east front,
$250 ' I taken at once. Inquire
of Herber' Pierson, Hox 107.
Mrs. M. F Hrown returned
Mondav morning from a two
weeks' visit at her old home at
Hodgingsville, Kv . where sin"
was the guest ol' her son anil
daughter. She reports a most
Special Seed Day at Farmers' Union Stor
Carload Red River Valley Seed Potatoes, Early Ohios, Bliss Triumph, Burbanks
and Early Rose, Kafir Corn, Eeterita, Millet. Alfalfa, Corn, all kinds Garden Seed,
Onion Sets of all varieties Butter, Chickens, Eggs are the same as cash tons.
hkinc. i s \ oui product:
\\ i' P.i\ I light'St Pi ices
Saturday, March 14
farmers' union store
C. A. LOVE, Manager
bk3k54k'i£i &mk jtfilwbl
I . I'.'s I)uioc JctM'v \\ innei
iVfi'inlci el Colonels, i tine
lHllOt .ll'tM'N llltg 11 OUI tile t I
Svlvi'i'.i't hciil. \ ,is ; w.111It'll tii>l in
class of 1 ' line luxns under 12
nuintlis shown .it the exhibit lei
lite Cnttlenifu s ronveiitioiun Okla
Imuia Cn\ last week in addition in
rluttnpinn and ^uiiiil iliainpioii
e\et .ill otlnis in the show lie
Mild three lilies lot >.<0 fin li ililliii>;
Ins .ihsetti'e lie leliirned home
Rev Ciantli.itu to Duunmoiut
Ke\ 1 •' liviinili nn luts .u i epii i.'
tlu lirumiiMtid hiii'Ui' .mil 11■.in«■ s
tins wwk with In-- lainiU lei Ponn
tiiiiinl lo assuine his m w duties
Dunut; the fifteen months tic has
served is pasMt nl the I microtia
lien.il I'limi ll liere he has shown
hunsell a luiil ami consistent
wni ki t iiiil a hinlili'i adilinu iimuy
in the i miinei-Mtnm b\ Ins em nest
efforts the people el Prtimniniiil
ue to he eotl|!llltulilteil on secur-
nij! so able a miuisier and so jimul
a man He leaves mans warm
peisonul fnends m llenuei'ses «ho
« ill n'f^iel Ins dt'iui line
isi i lii i bow to sew on
worU but ton ho es Hid
do ill U i nil — ol I urn \ wiiri, on
tiic \ 'v> Singer Mm hmo OWoe
at M illor s
l .itu v I limp. Sti.Til) dclivi'tcd
I'.mcv \\ .islicil Nut. S.i .'0
I'hese prices .ire let the best ^t a ie ot Mi V'. V'S V" 111 OAl
Star Mill & f levator C,o.
Ni« . 17 i
KtMH n of tlio roiuliiion i t
The first National Bank
.ii IU*uiu*ns«'v. ui ihe Stale Okliilunn t
, t the clown business Murch I, 1814
l\ I St >1 IU I s
Loans ami discounts $\
DviMihaftN. >erure l ami ua
V S lloiuls tf sei-ure i iu tila
Hoai^. MvitHlirv eli
Haaktnv; house furniture nul
Otltei e; l estate owa si
Due fnau api>n>ve*l reservi*
Chevk> .oul other vash it<Mtis
Notes of othei National Bunks
I rai tioual paiHM l urrem \
\u kel> anil i eats
I wui Moxn Kt M is
it \NK, \ I
S|terte St* 077 \ >
I ev:al tender notes I «iI:! Oil
Redemption I and with I S
Kei ort of the eomlition « f
Phe Pariners vSs Merchants
al ll«nnesse\. in the State of Oklahoma,
at the close -'t business. Mart h 1.1914.
1.1 ii 28
11 vHit n u>
l apital stiH k imuI
I iiuiv tde*i otits. Ie>s i
pe tses and taxes paid
\ ii , \ i! oik \
1 oans ami nisanints M02.012.00
tOverdrafts, secureti and uu-
I S Bonds to secure eircula-
i ton - 28,000.00
ttomts. securities, eto .'K521.03
IvankinjJ House. Furniture.
and Fixtures t .;>00.00
Other Keal t state owned 2.210.61
i >ue 11 ''in Nat ion a I Banks (not
reserve ajientsO 10.244.14
One from Mate and pi in ate
Hank> and Hankers
I'rust t\)iupanies. and
Sa\injis lianks 2.^20.^4
Due trom ap| rovt d Reserve
v t i and other Cash Items rot SS
\ tfs of other National Banks i.ojooo
1 l runonal I'aivr Cnrreni*>.
\ i, ki^ s and Oent> I! ^ *'
i.ooi k skr> in
H vnk \ i.'
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
FLOYD F. FFLT. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
10th day of March. 1914
sm Jennie Dum
My commission expires Nov. 25. 1016
L A. FERREL
CHAS K STFTLFR
1. J. CASHION
State « t Okl.ili.'nia l m ' K i '
\. ti ti Vruesdell. cashier t*f thi
uatntxl bank do solemnly swear
aboxe statement i> ttue tv lhe In-
knowhsl^e and U-liet
r, h m i SW ll Ca
Snbsv uivxi and sworn to below
Uth da\ o* Mailt DM4
i) v. Fioyd E. Pi
>s s-i • ;
notes 7201 0
fund ith I S
*r va i*er cent of
I i VHll.iril :
i k jmid in
"The Deep Purple"
"The Deep Purple," a play
depicting; the seamy side of life
in a threat city, produced Mon-
day evening at the opera house,
proved fairly satisfying to the
fair-sized audience that witness
ed it and proved that two really
clever people could produce a
play very presentably with very
Complete Overland Trip
A letter eceived by Mr<. G
\V. ^perrv this week annoiin es
the safe arrival at Grand \ alley.
Texas county, Okla.. of V\. C.
Hall. G. \\ Sperry anil nephew .
Israel Ives, who made the trip
overland from Ames. They
were a week 011 the road. Mrs.
G. W. Sperry, who has been \ i->-
itini>' here, will .join them six n.
\\ ill Move to Near Goltry
•loseph Springer will move
with his family the last of this
month to his farm near (ioltry,
where he expects to farm the
comin r season. Mr. Springer
expects to remain a year, at
l'-ast, and possibly longer His
many triends s uthwest of town
hope to have him back by next
New Attractions at Opera
Ray-Davis ( 0.. repretoire and
vaudeville, lias been ilateil lor
March 19-20 Jl.
1 Shepherd ot the Hills, March
Sui plus ..'ill
I miivkfted Ploltii less b'\
penm lod l aves paid
Natmnal Bank Notes out
> ss ,n
[ Iwltv ktual depot tftiuti
I cltev k
Demand certifirntM t
e\ t l.
. . 4 [ |8
IOHN SMI \ ti
J I HINKS
\ \ DlNKl 1 K '
State of Oklahoma Count) of Kin^tiiher. t
I FlOyd E f elt, t'asfiier of the above
uaiacsi I'.iiik iii sole;-. > > *eai that the
TEWS RED. Rl'ST-PROOE OATS I KSTINc; :iS m
40 lbs. to tho bushel
50c PER BLSHtl
Star Mill & Elevator Co.
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