The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1917 Page: 4 of 10
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I47f7? Francis l ord and (trace Cunard
Complete in 15 Wevhs---a Baffling Mystery
AS TOLD TO US Ulenn i.illibri<ltf ol J)ove
- -. vvtis a Heniifssp) visitor Sunday
it. w I'.iuokbuTO visited ml jvfoney to l.oan—S. A. Sny-
Euui Sunda> j rear of First Nat'l Bank.
Wf ffUHPHUtee II 1J oui WOrK
and our prices art* reasonable— hveivtt l.iston t f KiiiLrii>n<
PUAKKS AI'TO CO , spent Sunday '.vith IfennesM>
If von are needing a farm ! i n l „ ...
— 'J >0 [ nil's ti! Shoes mi.i Slip
j ti * m %. s. c, a ■
< \ Mwt Your (.oitso s
W. K. < inlkor visited brieflv
Many people are taking ad van
v^ co Oc,^
loan set John Duffy, ^an
furnish money as soon as title-
is ready. Best rates. j \jr \i,.N ,|0|,„ sn^th
.1 K Gilbert left Wednesday(spent Sunday afternoon :it the w ^ ^
nisdit for Oklahoma City. 11 '< ounor lioin. in Kni l. ■ Local A|?Mt—*Phone"l31 2 s,.„ s
.fam. s Ilrtinil was a business' poj. Farm Luans see John!
visitor ut Kincrfisher Monday.
Only one more week ot $1.9s
Shoe uud Slipper Sale at Cashion
est. See S. A. Snyder, rear
kuvasta® Fiist National Bank.
* FOR SALE ti room house and
*5 I lots -a 1 >. 12 sleeping porch .
_ ~ ~ NVelv located Must tic sold im
MRS LUCY H. JOHNS ^ -1;;r■ -1 on ■count of si.-kno
•" Local Agent—Phone 131 £"
FOR SALE Reeves Separa-
tor in good running condition;
iun 1 seasons. John llouska,
t ,i *, oa ci o„i t ■ 1 'hone FX4, Route.!', Hennessey
tage oi the $1.98 Shoe sale at 1
Cashion & Dayhuff's. If yoit want your car fixed or
\.,n need any gasoline or motor
FARM LOANS Low inter- oil; if you want to store your
ear where you can come and go
anv time ill the night take it
to'the Frukes Auto Co . Soutli
CI jpor) - —
SEEDS ALL KINDS
FOR SALE White Rock
../rev. Setting of 1"> for 7.V Mrs
.1.0. Burk--, Phone 13:t
The last number of the Har-
mony lecture course will be giv
en Satiuday, March 17th.
FOR SAJiK—Lumber. 1 >00 tt
Duffy. Plenty of money on
Prof. K A. Irvine returned
Sunday ni.glit from Kansas City,
where he attended the conven-
tion of the National Educational
| Mrs. Daisy Walker has re
eciitly returned to Marshall from
j Hennessey, where she was under
J he care of a physician. Mar-
Mcsdaines Davidson and • wyn
will entertain the Willing Work-
ers of the Christian church next
Wednesday afternoon, March 1'
good lumber for $1.VOO. Iwquir.- jTri,nln
at Light plant. IIeunes.se>.
j.'OR SALE Farm machinery.
new and rebuilt all kinds. Sec
Austin Roberts 01^ Opera House
Attorney Ceo. O. Howeii went (( ^ qv,u [10in
K, Oklahoma City toda> ..n : — ( Apn, he,
ne.s*. He will also visit Im sinter, ( San,,. ,.IV Mr Mar.
while there. I(m formerly resided in Hennea-
N'ontuin Dufi lvturned ,0 jSOVaud found ::ianv old frineils
Enid this mornng by auto alter ; ,h;rmK hjs brief visit.
-.pending the night with his sjster KoR sAI K s.,i.aw crn
Mrs. 1-red Herscher. .md Yellow Dent and 90-day corn.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph MeVay
: : i left Saturday for Oklahoma City,
FOR SALE Chevrolet 190. where they have secured posi-
ill take in good second-hand 'tmns. Mr and Mis Me\ ay s
For,I runabout on deal and seM j I'neinLs here regret to lose them
. orth the money.—R. E. Wat .Mr. and Mi's. Roy Mitchell.
so::, at Ed Hockaday Hardware ,,f Enid, motored down Satur
store. Hennessey. j day and spent the night with
< iliin Staggs arrived from Nor-j the former's parents. Mr. and the sate in the John llause:
man Fridiiy evening for an over-1 Mrs. NS . Mitchell, east ot meat market in Kingfishei, ncai-
Sunday visit with his parents, I town. Tlu-v sent Sunday with ly two \\ecks ago, uas lound by I
\|r, and Mr.-. Thomas Staggs. j Mr. and Mrs. Ilarley Clark. Earl Lester Fulton and tilen Siuith. V
,ortli of town. He returned to | Mitchell and Mi->s Yeoman ac- two boys, near the Coyle Gin, in -
Norm in Sunday night. j eanipanying them. Kingfisher, Sunday morning. I'lie
V\'e are local agents for two
of the btst seed houses in the
southwest. See us before
you buy. Myres Produce Co.
Property Stolen in Kingfisher Is
Found by Boys
The mone\ drawer, taken from
Deam's New Way
Cheap. Convenient. Safe
A distallcate obtained from
woo l, which imparts the 1
smoky flavor to meat with-
out danger of tire and tile
trouble of smoke houses.
Bring- Me Your Produce
roduce taken at the highes
' market price
LOST—Automobile crank, tie
tween Myrtle and Hennesey Re
ward. J. W. I'ulliam, at Hen
iicssey Auto Co. garage. •
The particular woman buys her
millinery from the shop that cai
ries the most cornv-t and autheu ^ jUnt r, ,.,1V ,.:-;nK from a two-
tin styles. Mrs. Jackson s i month's illnt"--- with typhoid.
County Clerk Wm. 'j. Newer
and Attorney W. IS. Blair mo-
Kingfifther Sun-1*" . . .
j the past ten davs with liomefoll
also Blue Ribbon red seeded cane
seed- finest for molasses. Robert
Rounds, phone RX
Harold Neal, of Oklahoma
City. wa> the gu< -• of old friends
:n Ileunessev Saturday. Harold
Mr. and Mi> Ra> R Stotts.
up from - have been visiting here for
northwest of town, expect to re
turn o their home in Canton Sat-
FOR SALE Squaw c ,rn.
Yellow Dent corn and 90 Day
■ irn. Also Blue Ribbon red
seeded < ane s,-«'d -fin-'st for nio-
las-e, Robert Rounds. Phone
Don't miss it—the la*t number | Norbet St. Dizier arrived on
of iltc Hennessey Lyceum Cours* iTues<l«y evening for a brief visit
•1 Opera Ilou.sc next Fridav | with bis broth, r-m-la'. an' -isti-i
•Veiling. Tlii will be Mil ■ \ e! I Mr. and Mrs. i.i (lau^in o*
lent number th• Rhodes [lotel.
i'red Elder and A. C Black
r'urned Sunday from Tulsa,
where the\ 11tended the shriller
Mr. Dis* Dawson has pureha-
c I 160 acres adjoining his ranch
> ithwest of Hennessey. Tile
Ian I vvas bought t'rt)m Enid par
Car of Red River Early Ohio Spuds
These Seed Potatoes are Minnesota grown and the growing quality cannot be
beat. Every family should plant a garden plot this spring and especially
should they plant potatoes, thus reducing the high cost ot living.
We Have Nans.on Ha!! Seed Sweet Potatoes
We also have a splendid variety of onion sets red white and yellow and
a complete assortment of other garden seeds. Everybody plant a garden.
Special high grade Incubator Coal Oil, ask about it
Remember we art headquarters for produce—Chickens. Eggs and Butter
We pay cash or trade and give trade checks on dry goods stores. See us be-
fore you buy your potatoes or sell your produce-
Alfalfa Seed, recleaned, extra good, per busiiei, $S,00
Prompt deliveries to ai! parts ot town
Walburn's Cash Grocery
Opposite Ehler's Store
on Millinery and
>>o ill I cintin of (roods, at Mrs. .('oxV
°® I FOR SALE Day-old babv
nn chicks, 10c each. Phone LR3.—
JIJI Mr Y;in Deren.
i! I We have otiion sets at the
UU: right pre at Myers Proilue
00' [Ions . oil South Main St.
Til, \V. II. Iliintsbergcr sat
date has been changed from Mai
(iiL'tli to 13th. Tom Waters' sal
will be held on the 12th.
Mrs Arinke has returned
from Wichita, where she speii'
go -evi" d weeks nursing her daugl
uu ter, who was ill with pneumonia.
°n Mrs A .1. Fisher left Tuesda
jj for Vinit-i. where she was sun:
jl inoned on account of the illue-
IS of her sister. Mrs, G.. W Buck
Curtis and Claude Tlioma
g c.-i'iie up from Kngtisher Sunda;
ii ; ml spent the day wth hom
jl, folks. They an running th
jl workshop eonnei'tcd with th
jj Kingfisher Ford agency,
ijj Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hami
mi v isiti '1 at Norman the hist of th
gj. week with their daughter, Mi
T30EJ0'.-r 11:i Mi H i 'lep returned
You Can^t Lose
THE DEPOSITORS 01'A RAN TI I AW
OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA h; -
strxxi the test of time, it is no longer an
experiment. During the past eight years,
und ^ome of them have been hard ones, this
law has been a safe-guard to every depo. •
or in every state bank in Oklahoma. Hv. .
you taken advantage of this protection".
It costs the depositors nothing. 1 'lac--
mnney in a staD bank. The bar k pa\ !ci
your protection If you do not understand
the operation ol this law. drop in th* Bai k
and we will be pleased to talk over the
matter with you. No depositor ever lest i
dollar in a failed STATE HANK in 0! la-
Mi and Mrs. Al Gallup left Rev. S. Ilamriek left on Tues
- Tuesday for their home at Gray, day for Dutton, Okla, where lie
j i ikhi after spending vveral will hold a two-week s meeting,
davs here with old friends and R< \ < . II. Barnes, chaplain ot
in ighhors They made th. trip ' the First Regiment. <). N. G.,
in th.'r auto 'who returned from the Mexican
' Mr and Mrs. II A. Wundi.;F''v,,nil"-' J® 00
of Wichita, have moved to Hen- cupy hw pulpit at the Hennes-
nessev. Mr. H. A. Wunch || wH; L church next Sunday,
•other Of Mr. A. B. Wunch at monun
.ml will assist him in th. lack sei". ices.
papers and $S0 in cheeks
still in the drawer, but th
.diout $.")(), was missing.
Mr. and Mrs. 1'at O'Hern are
entertaining a tine nine-pound
boy who arrived at their home,
southeast of town, last Saturday
Mr. and Mr
Monday, but Mrs. Hauler r>
niained for a few days longer.
\ large plate glass window i i
the Rector building on Old
Iioma a\enuc was broken la
week by i hoy with a top. Th ■
breakage was reported to Mi .
S A Snyder, the insurant''
company s agent, Wcdnesda.
and the broken glass was repla
ed with new last Tuesday ju
six days later. The same eoi
Fred Spomerlpany replaced the large pla ■■
You Can't Lose
Hennessey State Bank
: ti shop this summer
Ti e Heart oi the AUTV and AUTO INSUR-
bj Rex Beaeh. A new ANCE—A. P, Herscher, Jus-
al story that will grip you- tice of the Peace. Oil leasts
„d hold your interest ^ ght and soJd Fanr, |oan8.
:: st irt t liinsh, hirst ctiapt^r ^
U ■> - -■ ;e the ciipp, Office in Clipper -office.
liss Marie Woodworth, who Mr. Roy Clements drove over i
- employed as nurse at the Aline to Taloga. Okla... Saturday and
nospi'ai. r.-'urned to Aline Moil- returned Tuesday. His wife, who
i\ - orning after spending her had been visiting with relatives
two weeks vacation here with in that part of the state return
r r Mrs. Arthur Cashion, id with him. Mr. Clements made
Mr ! 1 M.s. .lack Johnson I1",1'j™ te.Taloga in i
left on Saturday -for Kansas .thott «"d forty-five mm, .,•<
v. i Vi ...-n despite tlio sandy roads, hut
( ltv, Mo. where they will Vwit . , . . . . A . ***** i*
, ♦ ti ^ broke onlv his blow out r vonl
Ir. Johnson s sister. I li# v art' . • .
, .. , • I'onuni; f)a<'k.
p].urn !D£ to spend a low days in
II. i gton ad Wichita as they Mrs. J. l^. Henry went to
tu" and ■* ill be absent for a Knid Friday evening to meet her
fortnicrht or more. son, .lack, who was a member of
.. . . .... . ... Co. K. O. N. G. The compain
Di !. A. I atterson, dentist , , , welcome when
over First National Hank, they arrived at'Knid that night,
W orks for white people only, fulh seven thousand people
\t Marshall Monday and Tues- took part in the demonstration
dav of each week 'the rest of v •l"i'"t ^ was i,!.
.. , . ,, present at the reception and
the WCCK at Hennessey. banquet thai followed. She re-
Re'. C II Barnes returned . turned home Friday evening and
home Saturday from Sail Benito, |.Jaek came down Saturday.
T. > where he served as chaplain ■ (Clippori
of the l-'ir-t Besiment for „ „
"real. :,'irt of a year. The _ Neeolework Club Meeting
. li'iicnt w. - mustered out at The N'e dlewoik Club met 011
F t -ill « kla 011 Friday. His ]|i i-ndav afteinoon with Mrs.
• ••iii« friends in Hennessey were Jo.- Steniberger, who was ussi>t
to welcome hiin home. .d in entertaining by her sister
Mr iii Mrs. Alii" Chambers Mr- thr/berg and daughter.
: family, of Dow, were the Minn Florence. Mrs. Floyd K.,
■1. s f M. aIui .Jesse 1 Felt v,as .1 special guest. A lo\e
1 '.\i .in Monday until Wed- j ly centerpiece of blue birds dec
ii. - ' iy. Mr and Mrs. Chain- orated the large diinug table 011
bers and family will leave soon I which the two-coui-se lunch waa
■ 1 iv, 1 tnada to 1 ,ak their j served. The club will meet ncx'
future home. week with Mrs. Art Fisher
F1KF TORNADO CAUS 'he parents of a big baby'glass in the Bradley building ti
bov born Tuesday, Mar. (i. -am.- da\
Farmers & Merchants
What !s a Bank?
Some people think a bunk .1 place to deposit money only
Others think it a place to borrow money, and stil! another class
of folk think a bank is common property to be held up and rob-
bed or defrauded in any manner within their reach of such class
is the fancy check artist and the midnight handy man with a kit
of tools and goodly supply oi deadly explosives.
These ideas are mostly wrong A bank's first duty is safe
investment of its funds and as a general clearing house for the
entire business, either cash or credit, 1 f thecommunity. But the
chief thing making for it> succt ss. is to help its customers make
good. A satisfied customer is our best friend and advertiser ' If
a customer follows our advice and makes money whether he
borrows the money or not, he is satisfied. The more friends We
have the bigger and better our bank business grows. A bank
cannot atlord to skin ,1 customer' whether right or wrong—
it simply is not good husine^
We Help Our Customers Make Money
Come in and talk your ufiairs over with us and we will be
glad to show you how we can help you. and what a hank is for.
WELCOME OIL MEN' May Hennessey become the oil center
FARMERS & MERCHANTS
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