The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 10, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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HENNESSEY, KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1902.
To Succeed James f. Ament at the
Alva Normal —Takes Charge
Guthrie, O. T., April 7.—T. \V.
Conway, principal of the Ster-
ling, Kansas, city schools was
today elected president of the
Northwestern Territorial Normal
school at Alva, succeeding James
E. Ament, on the tirst day of
July. This action was the final
decision of the board of educa-
tion in the Alva Normal matter,
after another day's session at
Edmond. The resolution passed
last Friday night, summarily re-
moving President Ament, was
not reconsidered, but by a vote
of the board it was determined
to allow President Ament and
faculty to remain in the institu-
te a chief deputy he will name
either Ned Sisson or C. B. Hunt
the choice lying between the two.
The policy of the office under his
Halt is Made by Ferguson in Ament
Guthrie, April 5.—The mem-
bers of the board of education
as j for normal schools had a lengthy
session this morning with Gov.
Ferguson in his office before go-
ing farther with the Alva normal
administration will continue
in that of Marshal Thompson,
a vigorous light against the out-
laws and outlawry at all times.
When asked about this matter,
Mr. Fossett replied:
"1 have been in the office as j tii>xi removing President Ament
chief deputy for nearly five [ was passed, the board adjourned
Hugh, Reggie and Carry read
the daily papers. Who else docs'/
We have a good school, for our
boys and girls are here for an
We have bearun at the first of
matter. After the meeting last | of r song book and intend to sin
night, at which time the resolu-
years and I never did wait to be
told what to do or wait until
Thompson outlined a policy. 1
believe in going ahead and doing
a thing as good judgment and
the conditions will direct. I be-
lieve you will see very little dif-
ference in the administration of
the office from the line followed
during Thompson's term."
W. L). Fossett succeeds in of-
fice one of the men who for the
j past twenty years has been his
tion until the close of the year, | most steadfast aud faithful
providing that there are 110 more j friend In fact the two men
disturbances similar to those of havo been friends since theh.
the past few weeks. Should con- Urst aeqaintance. For a nuni-
ditions not prove harmonious, it ] ber of years they were in the
is likely a meeting of the board
of education will bo called one
employ of the Rock Island in an
equal capacity, aud when Mr.
Thompson entered the United
States marshal's office his first
through it again.
If you have lost interest in
school, we have found it and you
s all have your share.
Ve are having good debates in
civics now. Calla, Hugh and
telephone if ho could be present | Carry make good speeches.
Miss Bidwell reports tremen-
to meet this morning at 8 o'clock.
At the morning session Govern-
or Ferguson was asked over the
We don't have to
ask for the
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We invite the ladies to call and see our Wall Paper
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DINKLER, the DRUGGIST.
West Side Main Street.
month from the present date and
the school closed for the balance
of the year. The new president mnve was to place Fossett as his
is a well known Kansas educator, chief d t The relations be.
having had charge of the schools J tweeu tho tw() have alw.iys beeu
in various Kansas tow ns. He is
a personal friend of Governor
Ferguson, Treasurer Rambo, friendship iu tho least. When
Assistant United States Attor
of the most cordial and nothing
has ever occurred to mar the
ney B. S. McGuire, and others
prominent in Oklahoma affairs.
Plenty of Candidates.
Guthrie, O. T., April 7.—The
announcement that the resigna-
tion of John L. McAtee as judge
of the Fifth judioial district, had
boen forwarded to Washington
did not come as a surprise to peo-
ple of this portion of Oklahuma.
Since the charges filed against
Judge McAtee were received at
Washington and a special inspec-
tor sent here it was considered
very probable that Judge Mc-
Atee would resign. As a result
of this feeling many men who
have a desire to occupy a seat 011
the supreme bench have been se-
curing endorsements for Mc-
Atee's place. There is much
speculation over the probable
successor to Judge McAtee and
110 one here seems to have any
idea who it will be. The follow-
ing named men are candidates
for a. seat on the bench:
J. B. Cullison, Enid; J. K.
Beau camp, Enid; J. C. Roberts
Guthrie; F. E. Gillett, El Reno;
L. W. Keys, Hobart; Jno. Embry
Chandler; J. S. Strang, Guthrie;
J. L. Pancoast, Perry.
John Embry of Chandler has
been picked on winner by a num-
ber of prominent Republicans.
What chances he has are not
known yet some strong endorse-
ments for him have been sent in.
With the judiciary bill likely to
pass, three men in Oklahoma will
secure places on the supreme
bench. In the event Judge J.C.
Roberts,the new attorney gener-
al,should secure one of the places,
there would be a vacancy in this
office to be filled, which would
probably be filled from the list
of candidates for a seat on the
United States Marshal Bill
Fossett returned yesterday af-
ternoon from Washington, D. C.,
says the State Capital of tho 5th,
and was busy during the re-
mainder of the day receiving the
congratulations of his friends.
He states that so far as known
there will be few if any changes
in tlie staff of deputies, although
that is a matter which he has as
yfct not fully decided. In regard
Thompson told Fossett several
weeks ago that he was going to
resign the position of United
States marshal on the first day
of May, Fossett said—"Well if
you are in earnest and nothing
can prevent you from resigning
then make it a month earlier,
keep it quiet and I will go to
Washington and see what I can
do toward getting the place for
myself." To this Thompson
agreed at once and the result is
that Fossett has been appointed
That he will make an excellent
official, none doubt who know his
ability as an officer at all times
and under any circumstances.
Miners in the Wichita Mountains
Eager for Mineral
Hobart, O. T., April Ti.—P.
Waldron, Jr., the assayer from
Wildman, was in the city last
week in the interest of the Lone
Jack Mining Co. He reports
things in a flourishing condition
in the mountains. His company
is slowly but surely getting
down in the ground, and in the
course of the next sixty days
they expect to have their ma-
chinery on the ground.
He had some tine specimens of
gold and copper ores from two
of their claims, which are with-
out doubt as fine as any Colora-
do or California ore.
Mr. Waldron says it is only a
question now as to how deep
down it lies. Indications point
to about 75 feet.
The Longendyke Band gave an
open air concert last Friday
night. Under the able tutorship
of Prof. Simpson the boys are
all advancing rapidly, and they
are now able to appear in public
011 any occasion without the fear
of discord. Prof. Simpson is
very proud of his pupils,for they
have been very faithful during
the long hours of schooling each
week. With all new instruments
of the highest grade, a company
of intelligent and progressive
young men, and a first-class tu-
tor, as their leader, Kingfisher
should certainly appreciate this
band. The boys will continue to
give weekly concerts on the
streets whenever tho weather
will permit.—Kingfisher Free
at the session. Ascertaining
that he could not, the members
of the board came here and met
him in his office. The interview
was right to the point and Gov.
Ferguson stated to the board
that he had been deceived in this
matter and that personalities
should not be allowed to enter
into the business of the normal
While President Ament might
be a disturbing factor, yet there
were others in the school just
guilty as President Anient and if
one faction is removed, the other
should go also.
The governor laid down two
propositions to the board in the
Alva matter. The first is that
the entire faculty bo allowed to
remain at Alva until the end of
the year. In order to do this the
resolution passed last night must
be considered. If it should be
the intention of the board to ac-
cept the first preposition, the
members of the fnculty must be
notified that any attempt on the
part of any member to create a
disturbance 111 the school would
bo sufficient for a dismissal, at
an adjourned meeting of the
board held one month from the
Governor Ferguson's second
proposition is that if it is the de-
cision of the board to remove
Ament, the other members of
the faculty must be removed al-
so, even if it is necessary to de-
lay the spring term a week or
more to get a new faculty there.
At the session in the governor's
office, a majority of the board
was in favor of accepting the
first proposition and allowing the
entire Alva faculty to remain un-
til the close of the school year.
The definite session was not
made, however, while hero and
was to be further discussed
when the board returned to Ed-
This condition is an entirely
newT one for the members of the
board to confront. Gov. Fergu-
son is of the opinion that there is
much spite work in this matter
and is trying to eliminate it all
as far as possible.
A settlement was made Mon-
day afternoon with the Oklahoma
Sanitarium company for the care
of the territorial insane for the
last quarter. Auditor L. W.
Baxter issued a warrant for $14,-
705.99 to tho company in pay-
ment for their services for the
territory. The amount paid
them for the last quarter is $1,-
y 17.75 loss than the amount paid
for the care of insane during the
quarter ending January 1, 1902.
There are 35ti patients in the
sanitarium and Kiowa is the only
county in the territory which
does not have patients in that in-
A11 ounce of prevention is
worth a pound of enre, and a hot
tie of Ballard's Horehound Syr-
up used in time is worth a staff
of physicians with a drug store
or two included. Price, 25 and
50 cents. Sold by F. A. Dinkier, an end.
duous enthusiasm for the good
side 01 the teacher since flowers
Minnie leads in Latin, Sallie in
civics, Maude in history, Mary
in arithmetic, Ettie in Caesar,
Carry in algebra, and Chaneey in
The little boys arc all worked
up about foot ball. This is a
good game for little boys when
they act like little men and just
the right time of year to play.
Who wrote Astrophct? Give
etymology of "sincere." Who
wrote Eupheus? Who is presi-
dent of Montenegro? Can you
name the rulers of the ten great-
Why don't you come down?
Do you know we would like to
see a dozen or so visitors a day?
It's a fact. This is your school.
Aren't you proud of it? The
teachers are doing everything in
their power to advance your boys
and girls. Don't you want them
educated? Give us some visible
encouragement. Don't be so
parsimonious of your time.
(R. E. PORTER)
Nearly every person needs a
tonic medicine at this time of
year to brace up and invigorate
the nervous system, to cleanse
the bowels, liver and kidneys.
Herbine is the best and safest
remedy to do this, as it will cure
constipation, regulate the liver
and enrich the blood. Price, 50
cents. Sold by F. A. Dinkier.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wren visit-
ed old friends hero last week.
Henry John took a load of
goods t6 Lawton for Ike Wimer.
Chas. Cooper and wife were
visiting Frank Parker and fam-
ily last week.
Elmer Lalicker has built one of
the finest stone barns in this
Rev. Pascal Meeks and wife
were the guests of Ira Hawk and
wife last Sunday.
W. Daniels assisted Mr. Bryan
of Hennessey last week, in get
ting his goods ready to ship to
Chas. Young and wife and
Misses Maud Brady and Jessie
Hiatt were the guests of Otis
Phillips' last Sunday.
We are very much pleased
with tho new Clippsu and hope
to hear of many of the old sub-
scribers renewing their sub-
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Baldwin,
Mrs. Henry John and two little
sons, Frank Caudell and Ed
Hawk were the guests of Jesse
Gwynn and family last Sunday.
Perry Republican: Marriage
license was issued today to White
Deer and Anna Cerra. A charge
of adultery is pending against
these Indians, but White Doer's
wife was kind enough to die and
now that he will marry Anna, no
doubt the prosecution will be at
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