The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 5, 1914 Page: 1 of 10
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Winter's chilly blasts will have no (er-
rors for the man who is clad in one of
our wann suits and overcoats. 1 le can
'go among well dressed people because
he will be a WELL DRESSED man.
We know what good CLOTH iswhen we
feel it; we know what correct STYLE is
when we see it; our buying power en-
ables us to get the low price. This is
why we can sell you perfectly made,
stylish, good clothes for little money.
Come see. cs?
Any suit clothes
in the house for (££<F ® & 9
These Suits were formerly $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $25.01) and $27.50 values.
Any size, ?A lo 7i(). All the leading shades, 151 ties, Browns, Crays, Tans.
Blacks and Mixed Colors, litis is a clothing oppoil unify you should lake ail-
vantage of. We ask you to come now while the stock is complete and the
price is low. Come today.
Overcoats Specially Priced
We made an extra special buy on Overcoats for our stores, which puts us in
the position to quote you the following prices;
$25.00 Overcoats, for only $14.00 $20.00 Overcoats, for onlv $12.75
$15.00 Overcoats, special lots, $7.75 and $8.00
These garments are wool cloth, latest styles and high grade workmanship.
Another big lot ot $10 and $!2 Overcoats, boys' sizes 43$ jF***
and men s special, subject to stock on hand, for garment
Our SHOE SALE is now in pro-
gl'OSS offering tin- I ICS I J u ssi I >lf
Shoos for llic price. Come and inspect them.
Underwear w«r™!''jiu i.?ifc
ttiers, successors to the Farmer:; Union Store.
Hundreds of Bargains Throughout Our Store. Come See.
l itv Dads Condemn .lord;
Building Iiiiildiii); Cimw
inittee Empout i cd In
Purchase I ot
r No. 22
lilack u 1. empowered to employ
engineer in establish grade uri
N< 11111 Main street for purpose of
arranging better drainage in that
lection hi town.
I lie board then adjourned
\nested Charged W ith
Ml members were picscut it the
regular inoiitbly council nieetuu:
Minnies of previou- m<-i tiiip
Report of Walt
Porter laid over
Report of police Judge Lidtllt
1 showing $(>.00 received in lines ,n-
! cepted and filed. | "
Report <il Clerk V\'o::an, showing I |ji-s f,
$212,911 received front water colter |'|u
j tions, licenses, occupation tax, etc.,
1 accepted and filed.
On motion of Black and second
I'lovd I'ullbrigbt. arrested late
Friday evening at a pie suppei
northwest ot Kiel was lodged in
jail here I riday night ou the charge
""I''1 ,,| i',llSiiiji M cheek from .HI cents to
$N(i:i(l. lie was taken to Kingfisher
Sunday night by Mr Rutherford
and will, it is understood, be turned
the Blaine counts author!
beck was issued by W. A
(ioodspeed, August 20. last, for some
work and was raised by adding two
,, . ... figures After cashing it at an
r Win Km her ford was ,i|Uv.ne bank. Fullbright left for
jier < • • nt "i• $7/ 50 occu Texas. He was soon located by
patton tax collected. Deputy Rutherford, but owing to
I ne regulat monthly grist or J>iIIm j the red tape incident to the extra
,mv" I dition proceedings, no action was
; taken by the sheriff's office at the
,,'j, j nine, as the officers felt sure that
, ,„i i he would soon return, and he did
■Ami! l last Friday He was recognized by
':l ;l" the booker who had cashed the
I'eck when he arrived .-it Okeene
were next taken up and the
ing allowed and ordered paid
J. Wogitn, satiny. Scjit Mini ()< '
• John Porter, salary t
■ I A Liddle, polio*
■ loini Porter. s;i
S. K. Kenneu,
S. K' Kenuett.
II K. L. IV & 1
II I I. I
C'. I'lcmin,1;. ni^liiw
•nne & ('• , guppimM
i >111111. dray inj;
\V A K Innlt'S, i a si i .
.1 \ Felt Kealty Co
instirani-f ritv Iml
Kd. Hockndiiy \ Co
I InnneKScy Auto Co,.
Hennessey ('lippor, ,
I'litslnirK Meter (io .
allowed less credit
l ire boys, one :i v
Hurke Bros., hauling
Abe .loltns, labor
Mar Mill & Kiev ( o.,
, I111 i
n,i i,!> ■ f'ridaj and Mr. Rutherford was at
j once notified by telephone The
1 '1 ; ofiicer lost no time and when he
,! failed to find him at bis home near
Kiel, followed him to the pie supper
■III. 211 !
Many Toys Donated
Johnny Cupps has the honor of
'' making the first donation to the
•o .oo ' onsiginneiit of toys and other an
in mi j icles that will go to the children of
i the Kuropean war zone from Hen-
IS aessey The treasured brass tiorn
• 'iu | which Johnny gave will brighten
S-." i''i 11ii- work1 the Christmas holidays for some tot
beyond the sea and Johnny will re
alive the joy of giving. Quantities
of toys have been turned over to
the committees at the churches and
the packing for shipment proved
considerable of an undertaking
A bill I>r W. A. Kllstmi fur
• m fire triii'k was referred to lire , liief.
After the reading ol u rejiort on
the condition of the Jordan build
ing, by hire Chief Liddle. which
stated that its condition was had,
the board ou motion, condemned
On motion of Black it was resolv-
ed to transfer the money in the
sidewalk fund to the contingent
On motion of Black the council
building committee was empowered,
with ( ity Attorney Moore, to pur-
chase lot adjoining city halt on
north at price agreed upon.
(in motion of lllm-k the rit> fracturing his right leg near the hip.
attorney was instructed to settle Dr Anglin of Dover and Goae ot
Icar.e entitled (.ity \s C. M. Pain, and Hennessey were called to attend
j other-., for $ Kill and unpaid costs. him and the fracture reduced after
Samuel Bradbury Injured
Samuel Bradbury, who reside1
six miles south of Hennessey, was
seriously injured about noon Mon-
day, when lie slipped from the
double-trees while driving his team
:|n<I was. run over by the heavy
I wagon to which they were hitched,
of (iarten, Trust*
I he Farmers ami Merchants
I lennesKey, Ok la.
Auto Hits Buggy In Dark
An accident occurred just south
of the Enid Friday evening when the
team of William Peekham, who re-
sides ten miles southwest of the city
was struck by an automobile. One
horse sustained a broken leg and
was killed. The other escaped with
a few scratches. The automobile
was battered up considerably, but
fortunately no occupant of either
the car or buggy was injured.
The accident occurred opposite
the Hester home south of the high
school building Mrs. Peckham,
with two sons who attend the busi-
ness college iu Enid, one daughter
and a friend, were enroute home.
The automobile was owned and
driven by a man from Hennessey,
whose name is Claude Bond. The
driver was accompanied by three
companions. When neuring the
city the Hennessey man bad trouble
with his lights,, but thought he
j could make it successfully to the
city limits, thence could walk down
town for repairs. The Peckham rig
was on the right side of the road,
going south as the car approached
on the same side of the road com-
ing the city. Neither saw the other
until too late to prevent an acci-
dent and the car struck the team.
; throwing one horse to the ground
The wind shield of the car was
broken and other slight damage re-
The owner of the car sent to Enid
for an automobile and took the
Peckham family home, paying
them $100 for the loss of' the
horse. I he auto was on the
wrong side of the road and the
driver assumed all responsibility.
Mr. Bond suffered a slight cut ou
his arm and one friend driving with
him was slightly cut about the
I head. None of the Peckhams were
| injured.—Enid Events.
K. F. Barney Buys Electric
I E. F Barney has purchased the
i Electric Theatre from D. E Zell-
| weger. The deal was closed Mon-
day afternoon, the new owner tak
ing charge the same evening. Mr
Barney iias resided for many years
on Dover route 2. and has many
friends in this vicinity. J. A. Zell-
weger, who assisted his father in
the operation of the show, will re
main with the new owner for the
present as operator. Mr. Zellweger,
Sr., has no definite plans for the
future, but may decide to go on the
road with a moving picture "fea-
11 in need of dental work call on
Dr. A, F. Merrill, the dentist, Brees
Building. Every Tuesday at Dover
Will 't alk on Schribar Corn
John Schribar will speak in Hen-
nessey next Saturday, Nov. '7th, at
2 o'clock p m„ at the bank corner,
lie will talk on Schribar corn arid
its great possibilities and its virtues
and believes he has a real message
lor farmers and laud owners and in
laet, everyone Interested in the
future of Oklahoma anil the great
Southwest. Be sure and bear him
Money to Loan
The Kingfisher Building and Loan
Association, has money to loan on
improved city property in Hennes-
sey or elsewhere, on good easy terms,
K. A.. Pemhehton, Secretary
Harry Neal visited his wife and
son Herold at Oklahoma Citv Suu-
dnv, retuniiii': Monday morning
Member i'ederal Reserve Bank
We have made our first, payment to the capi-
tal stock ol tJie Federal Reserve Bank, due
Nov. 2nd, and it is expected that the new
iianks will be in opera! ion by the Kith of Nov-
ember. This makesall National Banks a part
ol the strongest banking system in the
world. We believe the opening of these
banks will bring about a better price for cot-
ton, steady the price of wheat arid result in
decidedly better prices for live stock.
We Want Cattle Loans
The men who work in our own country and
who fight in Europe will continue to eat beef
arid this brings the idea that there will be a
lot of money made in raising this beef for
them to eat. If you have the roughage and
range we have the money to loan you to buy
thai likely bunch of long yearlings. The cat-
market is off and now is the time to buy good
stockers. Don't buy the off grade stuff at
Bank With a Good Bank
I be National Banks arc the Strongest Banks today.
T he New federal Reserve Association
Makes Them still Stronger.
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 5, 1914, newspaper, November 5, 1914; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105944/m1/1/: accessed August 4, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.