The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1915 Page: 1 of 12
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The Hennessey Clipper
The Hennessey Press-Democrat Consolidated with The Hennessey Clipper January 15, 1914
HENNESSEY, KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. NOV. 4, 191 f>
10c for This
To Start the Purchase on our
Easy Payment Sales Plan
We will sell a Lady or Gentlemen's perfect
cut Diamond Ring on this payment plan:
You pay 10c down and 10c additional
each week for twenty-two weeks then
the diamond is yours.
We will sell any diamond you wish on the
same terms. Start payment on either end
of the line of figures and make one payment
each week until the diamond is paid for.
START YOUR XMA5 PRESENT NOW.
Jewelers and Optometrists
In- sticks everlastingly to the
text, Oceans of Diamonds,"
right at home and shows us
i how to dig them out and enjoy
them. Hitchcock Clarion.
Hallowe'en Prank Results in
As a result of injuries receiv-
would live long among us. Those
present were: .Mr. and .Mrs. Will
Felder and sons. Paul and Mark.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank llajek and
erl late Saturday night, Fred so]| Ml. all(1 Mrs Warren
Vaughan is doing his travclin
with the aid of crutches. "Shor-
ty" was the victim of a Hallow-
e'en prank, played by a few of
his friends,who thought it would
he good fun to take him out of
his cot in the office at the feed
barn on north Main. While they
were carrying him trough the
door, feet first, the glass in the
door was broken and one of his
feet came in contact with the!
jagged edge that remained in j
the door, cutting deep gashes on J
the instep and heel. A physician j
was summoned at once to care
for the injury, which bled pro-'
fusely. He may be obliged to do i
his navigating with a crutch for j
some time from present indica-
Brother Moon will preach at ;
the Church of God Chapel, at j
corner of Cherokee and 7th St., j
next Sunday, Nov. 7th, at 3:00
o'clock p. m. Come and hear
him tell you the words of life.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wright
The surprise party 011 Mr. and
.Mrs. Richard Wright, who re-
cently arrived from Alvin, Tex.,
and are now located 011 the John
Felder farm in this neighbor-
hood, which occured Thursday
evening, Oct. 28th, proved
Vandusen and son, Raymond:
Miss Mary Liberton, .Mr. John
I.iberton, Mr. James Hall, Mr.
James Hall, Mr. Charles Lee
and children, and Mrs. Emma
King, of Waldron, Ark.
Oceans of Diamonds"
The lecture given by Elder
Public Dinner Saturday
..Dinner under tile auspices of
1 lie \V. C. T. I'. the proceeds
from which will lie used to en-
dow the Hennessey Public Li-
brary, will be given at the old
I Slock building, west side Main,
! >11 Saturday. Nov. fitli. All are
1 'ordially invited to cat with the
j ladies on that day and thereby
'assist in a most worthy cause.
New Time Card
A new time card, effective last
Sunday, has changed the time
of arrival and departure of sev-
eral trains. Of the northbound
trains. No. 12 now arrives at
.~>:17 a. in., nine minutes earlier;
and No. M2 at !l:14, nineteen min-
utes earlier. Of the southbound
trains. No. 23 arrives at Id:.")!),
I'orty-six minutes earlier: No. 35
at 7 :-'!7: four minutes later; No.
• il at a. 111., seven minutes
later; No. II arrives at !l p.
111.. a change of but one minute,
George Dean, who resides two
; a ti' i h:: 1 flu lies soi.il. \ est will I
: hob! a public sale on Wednes-
day, Nov. 10. Air. Dean has rent- i
eil his fall, with the exception of j
!!() acres, and is planning to go j
back to his old home in Southern
Illinois to spend the winter. His
family w ill remain 011 the farm I
here and his son will farm the
; sixt \ acres retained, which in-
cludes the alfalfa ground, orch-
ard. pasture and the residence
L1STEN Bring us vour poul-
try of all kinds MYRES PIIO-
Sunday Schools, Attention
The attention of all officers I
and teachers in Kinkfisher conn I
tv is urgently called to the fol \
For the purpose of perfecting
the organization of the Sunday |
schools of Kingfisher county, we 1
need the name and address of
flic superintendent and secretary |
of each Sunday school. We al-
so need to have the location and j
how to reach each school—the
name of the school house or of
the church—whether it is a un-
ion school and, if not, the name
of the denomination; and if in
the country, give the section,
township and range, where the I
building is located.
If any Sunday school or town-
ship meeting desire the presence
of any of the county officers at!
any special meeting, you will |
confer a favor by calling this |
matter lo the attention of either |
flic president or secretary. In
the hope of a more efficient Sun-
day school in this county and a
greater delegation from Kingfi-
sher county to the state conven-
tion next year, we urge the
hearty co-operation of all officers
I.. A. FERREL,
President County Association.
Secretary County Association,
Fill out the following list and I
mail to the president at once:
Name of School I
DANIEL B. CLARK DEAD
You will save money if you
Buy Coal Now
Best McAlester Lump $6.50 per ton
Bernice Anthracite Lump $9.00 " "
Anthracite coal is low in volatile constituents; high in heat units.
Government efficiency tests show that two tons of Anthracite
coal are equivalent to three tons of the best Bituminous coal,
Star Mill & Elev. Go.
David .Martin, of Hennessey, at
the Christian church Thursday
night was one of the best lectures
were ever permitted to hear,
delightful affair. About twenty I well worth our time and money,
of their neighbors and friends j If every one would spend their
participated. A hilarious time j time and money going out to
was had playing games. When all! hear such lectures they would
were tired, delicious refresh-j become a better and more con-
iiients were served and the self-j tented people.
invited guests finally departed | Elder .Martin intersperses his
for home with the expressed j lecture with just enough wit
wish tjvat Mr. and .Mrs. Wright I and humor to make it spicy, but
Special Meetings at Oak View
Evangelist McKay, who as-
sisted in the tabernacle meeting
at Hennessey for the past two
weeks, will conduct a series of
meetings at Oak View, commenc-
ing Friday night November 5th.
Everybody is invited to come
and hear the whole truth. Bro-
ther and Sister (llasgo. of Outli-
ne, are expected to assist in the
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
(Pursuant to Call of Comptroller of Currency, Sept., 2, 1915)
Loans and Discounts $119,403.76
lionds and Warrants 3.(109.21
U. 5. Bonds (at par) . 25,000.00
■tanking House Furniture and Fixtures 10,000.00
Other Real E.state 352.30
Five Per Cent Redemption Fund 1,230.01)
Stock Federal Reserve liank - _ OOO.llO
Stamp Account 120.00
Cash in Safe and Other banks 57,160.37
Capital Stock . _ $25,000.0(1
Surplus and Undivided Profits 7.18H.78
Circulating Note - ..... ..... 23,000.00
The above statement is correct, G. H. TRUESDELL,Cashier
John Smith, 1. L. Hines, F. A. Dinkier, W. A. Rhodes. A. E. Rhodes, Mary Smith, G. H. Truesdell
A Home Bank for Home People—The Bank For You.
May We Not Have a Share of Your Business
Fry us for Farm Loans. Lowest Rate in Kingfisher County
[ Stroke of Paralysis Month Be-
fore the Immediate Cause
aDaniel It. Clark, a resident of
j this section of Kingfisher county
! for over a quarter of a Century,
i passed away Friday afternoon
jat his home in Hennessey after
j lying practically helpless for
j nearly five weeks, the result of
it parlytic stroke on the 23rd of
September that rendered his en-
tire left side numb and helpless
I Funeral services were held on
Saturday afternoon and the re-
mains interred in Lyons Valley
(cemetery, northeast of Henness
The deceased was 57 years of
age and unmarried. lie is sur-
vived by an aged mother, Mrs.
jSabctha J. Clark, of .lett, Okla.;
|two sisters, Mrs. Nettie Boden-
heimer, of Cherokee, and Mrs.
Alice B. Cronkite, of Enid, and
two brothers, Frank Clark, of
•left, and .7. M Clark, of Fair-
The deceased came to Oklaho-
ma at the time of the opening,
J tiling on the west eighty of the
northeast quarter of 1 -21 -5. He
j made his home on his farm tm-
til about three years ago. when
| he moved to Hennessey.
Natural Gas Pipe Line Proposed
Along Rock Island From
Enid to £1 Reno.
V. K. Parkinson, representing
the Oklahoma Natural Gas Co.
of Tulsa, is in Enid investigat-
ing the advisability of building
a pipe line from the gas fields
near Blackwell to Enid. This
I same company supplies other
cities in the state with gas. .Ma-
yor Clover, while in Tulsa Wed-
nesday. interested the Oklahoma
Natural in the plan.
The present plan is to build a
pipe line from Blackwell to Enid
parallel with the Frisco railroad
and pass through Hunter, La-
mont, Salt Fork and other
j towns. From Enid it would be
| continued on south to El Reno,
along the Hock Island tracks,
passing through Waukomis,
Hennessey, Kingfisher and other
El Reno has wanted natural
'gas and this offers it the oppor-
tunity. It would undoubtedly
be a paying proposition to all
While nothing definite has yet
been done in regard to the plan,
it has been reported that an of-
fer would be made and the pend-
ing developments make the out-
look for natural gas in Enid very
What a great relief it u u) the man
with money to know that no misman-
agement of a bank can affect the secur-
ity of his Savings. The Hennessey
State Bank offers in the Guarantee
I aw a splendid protection for the de-
positors. Although failures have oc-
curred involving millions of dollars, all
the depositors of failed banks have al-
ways secured every dollar of their own
on demand. Isn't that a pretty fair
record from the deposit* r's standpoint?
We will extend any accommodation
that any other well manard bank will
and in addition we give you Absolute
Protection for your money you de-
posit with this bank. We guarantee
Hennessey State Bank
You Can't Lose
We Offer You the Security. It's Up to You
Fred Ehler, President
M. A. Mitchell, Cashier. Goldee Smith, Asst. Cashier
Col. Murphy's Public S.ile Dates
Tuesday. Nov. !) W. 1*. Smith,
I'o mill's due south of Hennessey
Wednesday. Nov. 10 (ieorge
Dean, 2 miles south anil 1 L. west
Tuesday, Nov. lli E .1. Me
Nulty. mile southeast of Do-
Wednesday, Nov. 17 Homer
I'ain and ISruce Landaker, 1' L.
south and 1 mile east of Hennes-
Thursday, Nov. 18 Mrs. Elrod,
Friday. Nov. 2(> -.loe Stanfill.
12 miles east and :i south of Do-
Phone to < 'ol. .1. L. Murphy at
Hennessey, or to the Hennessey
Clipper for sale dates.
WANTED All the Ducks
and Geese in Kingfisher Countv
• I. A. Liddle and son, .lames
Diddle, Jr.. arrived Wednesday
morning on N'o. 11 from Detroit.
.Mich. The destruction of a car
of broom corn by fire at Alma,
Kansas, delayed the train live
hours. The fire consumed the
ear and contents and the ties be-
ll, so warping the rails that
passenger was unable to pro-
I until new rails could be
•lames, .1 r., has practically
recovered from injuries received
in motorcycle accident in Detroit
a few weeks since.
Mr and .Mrs. A. ,1
are planning to move
South Main stn
ct next wee
at MYERS' PRODUCE CO.
WlfNTER BARLEY for sale.
:jU.OO per bushel. Three miles
southwest of Marshall .1. (
Farmers and Merchants
Members Federa Reserve Association
We Want Cattle Loans
We make a specialty of financing cattle deals for feeders and stock-
< rs. We can help you to "PUT LEGS ON YOUR CORN and FEED
CROPS." Buy youiifj cattle to tat this big feed crop, and they will
walk off your farm to market next spring and make you more
money than any grain crop that you have to haul to market We
help our customers make money.
We offer you the service of a sound bank, conducted by ex-
perienced officers and directors who are successful men in tht ir
private business enterprises.
Absolutely Safe All Business Confidential
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