The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 22, 1915 Page: 1 of 12
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The Hennessey Cupper
The Hennessey Press-Democrat Consolidated with The Hennessey Clipper January IS. li>14
< entered at the Postofficc at llennes-u-N
i Oklahoma, as Second Class Mail Matter
:\\I:SSI Y. KINGFISHER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1915
• Suhicription Price $1.00 a Year in Ad- • Mn
■ vancc; 6 Months, 50c 3 Months 25c I
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The event is national as well as local. Every Styleplus Store I nun id:
to California is making a special display this week, just as wo are.
We want every man in town to inspect a suit of
MRS JOHN ROYER DEAD.
Mi v .lol.it Uovor, hop Blnnehe
'lurk. «Ii 1*4i at hor homo in Wnshinfp
on, l . on April titli. IIor loath
■osultotl from ft oI«l, which ro-
;uItoiI in -oncostion of tlio luntiB :iti• I
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' onsumption. Tito f tin oral was
>tt Fri«lny morning, April !>th,
i I\ Comfort oi church ami the
us intern-.1 m Mt. Olivo ('oino
ill l (
to her tnauv
j I II WIIIWI I'llTimWrr
"The same prioo ilio worl.l nvoi
Better woolens, finer tailoring and the styling ol a great designer lor(ud.\
$17. because the makers specialize on this suit oi <<//< />' ><>'<''<' 1/h ' ■ ■
Did you see the full page advertisement in the Saturday Evening lost:
Styleplus is nationally famous. We ars <.iv///.*>/."'< /ii ii</</nai /<■> .• . Diopin.
You will not be urged to buy.
The Fred Ehler Dry Goods Company
a——I -tatem .atSHSUSii ■MMlMfimmaim: ac
WILL HONOR MRS. EHLER.
Mrs. II. Sl.owall.M' lias issued in-
vitations for a nvpplon Wt'diu's.lay
siH.mih .im, Afni 1 '-'si!., in honor of Mrs.
Annette 1!. Klil.'r, Cran.l Matron of
the Knsten Star. Mrs. Sliowaltrr will
a l ,i .■ i \ i a lunflieon on that Jay at
1 _ :::iI to the visiting ladies an.l ollirers
.if ei.a|iter No. I". Kingfisher Free
Oak View Wins Second
AT I'TATE GRAMMAR SCHOOL
TRACK MEET AT
FOR SA1.K Corn. sltr anil seed I'o'rn
• i jn>r bushel. See W. O. ( anner. tip:!
6 Cylinder Car
Fully equipped French
design, stream line
body a strictly up-to-
date car at a record
F. 0. 15. factory, Find-
lay. Ohio. Call aid
look them over.
«/. W. Pulliain
Agent, Hennessey, Ok-
at Hennessey Auto Co.
OnK View athlete-, from southeast
t 11ennesov carried oiV second hoinors
i1 the state grammar school track
noel., at Kdniond, Saturday and miss
•d alndin«; first place I y onl a few
inches, <'l:i remoro landed first, with
points, Oak \'ie\v,(Kingfisher conn
Iv) second, with -7, and Oak View, of
Lojian county, third, with i'0 points.
Kingfisher won fir t on piano and
violin and third in the vocal contest.
..11 . I, of Cashn.n ranked first in the
.li us throw and Haul), of Cashion
won the tennis single . Kingfisher
county outranked all other counties
represent« 1 at the lneel in number of
(Jrit/., of Oali \ . w, landed • econd
place in the sso yard run. In the
hot put, (!uinn, of Oak View, won a
first and Ciril/. third. I)i*:tanco, U.I.
Ciitinn landed secoi.d iti the 00 yard
low hurdles and w:is awarded ihe
aino position in the discus throw.
(Jrit/ came to the lore a-ain iu the
•J20 vard dash, winning second. In
the ne\l t cut, the 1 yard low htir
1 dies, Guinn a^ain scored place—tak-
ing second. He anne\'s|, tin same
j . iii mi in the I)road jump, Claremore
rankin- lirst, Vil li 11 .I•' 1 e,-t.
i In the relay race Oak View lost to
Claremore, the winner of the meet by
! onls a few inches and had to he con
l. nt with second place. The tin.e mad*
.in this event, I minutes, :' •' seconds
. was a new record.
.Marshall's athletes scored 17 and
1 i 'ashiiai, ti points.
1 The meet was a great stir< ' and
drew a Inrtje crowd.
Seeds! Fresh Seeds
Myers Produce Co., keeps the best seeds such as all
kinds ot field seeds, garden seeds, flower seeds and
Biin^ us your produce we nay either cash or give orders
on the best stores in town.
Myers Produce Comp'y
I In Re
f i.: I r
1J"0 w .1
riiompson and daughter,
ent Sunday at the Kap
in Dover. Mr. Kappon
served as station agent
Island at hover for the
rs, ex poets soon to t; ko
(Ok la.) station.
• hi t he naturo ot
i> many Hover I*ri•
re loth tii see him le
JAMES DEATON DEAD.
The following from the t'olfeyville
(Kans.) 'rimes, concerning he death
of ,laiiu"> hoaton, a former resident
dI' lleiiiu'sey. will sadden the hearts
of his old friends in Hennessey:
Word was received here today from
Mrs. .1. \\ Phillips, . of IMO Cedar
street, carrying information of the
death of her bro her, at Sentinel,
Okla. Mrs. Phillips was at the bed
i.le oi her brother at the time of his
death. The deceased had been sori-
onsls ill fur sumo time and Mrs. I'hil-
lips \\:is called to Sou inel a few days
ajfo when he took a sudden turn for
the worse. Death was due to tuber-
The M iparsliomer (Quartette, which
is hi^lil\ recomMiended, will constitute
the last niiinher of the Kpworth Lea-
gue Lecture Course. At the M. E.
church Cridav night. Come and enjoy
the evening. Amission, 25c.
j Horn to Mr. and Mrs. A. Wunch, on
Saturday, \pril 17th, a fine ba'>y girl.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. .1. .1. Malv,
-i\ miles northeast of Hennessey, on
Monday. April 19th, a baby bov.
The Kpworth League will give a
linen shower and an ice cream social
foi the benefit of the Outline llospi
la I on the M. K. church lawn tin Fri-
day uiiilit. April I50tli. Kverybody is
invited lo attend. Donations of linen
from an\ one will be appreciated.
■miiiiwi im in in ii iw i if i—ii
The Store of Good Taste
r 'TATE SCHOOL LAND
Thirty : (hool land appraisers, in
( hai ve of Cain (lalt, superintendent
of the ales department, and accom-
panied bv A. M. McKinnev, chief
cleik, pent Friday and a portion of
Saturday in Hennessey and vicinit,
A portion of both days was put in | 110,1 h
iiiakiii}.'. dummy appraisements and in
. hooliii'/ the men on the value of land
and improvements. The visitors were
a fine looking body of men and very
appreciative of the hospitality shown
!i\ the citizens of Hennessey. They
were pleased with Hennessey and its
broad streets and haudsome business
houses and up-to-date stores and were
not backward in saying ao.
The following is a list of the ap-
praisers and the counties in which
Ihev will work:
Alfalfa County J. Whit Johnson,
M. L. Alexander and O. H. Mathews.
(Irani County R. VV. King, ti. 1*.
Love. II. M. Butler, .1. 1). Graves, Ceo.
Stone, A. K. liav, K. E. Bagbv, M. M.
McCee ami .lames Brogand.
Noble County (ieorge Clark, A. H.
Kolb. L S. McCartney. R. L. Hvvin
W. G. D. Hines and .1 A. West.
Kay County Walter (irillin, Sam , Q
Parks and J. M. Carr. ! ^
Oarfield County L W. Scott, W.
W. Pierce, C. L. Creor, Clias KolV.
and I. K. Jacqu
I The ajipraiseinent w ill begin in the .S
ounties and continue on to
rue system and the methods in the
NEW OFFICE ARRANGEMENTS.
I have made arrangements to occupy
the old Clipper office on north Alain
As a notary public, 1 am prepared
to draw up all ordinary legal forms,
such as deeds, contracts, leases, etc.,
and make them test proof.
On farm loans I have the best pro |
position to offer made by any on
Come and see what 1 can do for vo
And when it comes to insurance, i
St. Paul Fire ai
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
(Pursuant lo Cull of Comptroller of Currency, Mardi 4. 1915)
I o.ms anil Discounts
Bonds ami Warrants
II. s. Bonds (at par)
Banking House lurnilure and l i\turt
Collier Real I state
live Per Cent Redemption l:und
Slock Eederal Reserve Bank
Cash in S.ife anil Other Hanks 72.168.24
• s 10,0011.00
I I ABILITIES
C apttal Stock -
Siirpliis and I Indlvided Pn>lils
Circulating Nole .
Marine Ins. Co., is the one insurance
.ompany thai lias li.icn paving Hail
Lowk.'H in this distrii't far years.
\ (in ran '1 lieal il. .1.0.IS* IILIKMAXN
FOR SALE—l.r!il,1)00 brick suitable
for caves, foundations, cisterns, ctc.
Give time until after harvest on bank-
able note. $6.00 per thousand. —A E.
Lane & Son.
((UK WEEKLY RECEIPE
One heaping cup of sujlar, half
cup butter, two squares chocolate,
one ejiji, one cup of milk, one and
three quarters cup flour, one heap
in|i teaspoonfnl bnkiuti powder;
mix as for cake and steam for two
SAUCE. One and a half cups
water, two tablespoons ot corn-
starch, one cup sugar, one table-
spoonful butter, one and one-half
squares choc ilatekflavor with van
There is abundant evidence of
in the floods we offer you—in
the selection of
Bra mis anrl Qualities |
also in the selection of this
Store by our natrons, and last
but not least, in the
Gootl I ast«A of Our
Good Goods f
when prepared in good style by i*
the good housewife.
These Taste Good
Canned Asparagus Tips
Macaroni and Cheese
Sliced Lemon ('ling Peaches
Fgg Plums in Syrup
(Ireengage Plums in Syrup
Must Complete l ine of Fancy Groceries in Kingfisher County
We (iive Green Trading Stamps
The above statement is correct, G. II. TRUE.SDE.LL, Cashier
John Smith, J. L. Hines, F. A. Dinkier, W. A. Rhodes, A. F~ Rhodes. Mary Smith. G. H. Truesdell
A Home Bank for Home People—The Bank For You.
May We Not I lave a Share of \our Business?
Try us for Farm Loans. Lowest Kate in Kingfisher County
Condensed Statement of
The Farmers & Merchants National Bank
Pursuant to call of the Comptroller of the Currency, March I. 1915.
= aSd rr?::::$l^ E3:rdwl proHt8::::S
^rderal. rv<! it% deposits '
U. S. Bonds (at par) 2!),000.00 Total $228,738.23
Banking House 6,500.00
Other real estate owned 6,421.04
Five per cent redemption fund 1,250.00
Kevenue and stamp account 35.00
Cotton Account 20.50
CASH IN SAFE AND IN OTHER
The above Statement ts Correct, FLOYD E. FELT, Cashier
Our Facilities for Handling Your Business Are of the Best
L. A. FEEBEL, President FLOYD E. FELT, Cashier
I. ,T. CASHION, Vice President CHAS. K. STETLEK, Ass t Cashier
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 22, 1915, newspaper, April 22, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105969/m1/1/: accessed July 31, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.