The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 25, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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The Hennessey Clipper
HENNESSEY, KINQFISHEP COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 35, 1909.
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Should be the ;
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
"THE OLD RELIABLE" %
AGAINST C. 0. D.
xz- For Many Good Reasons
£ We have ample funds and resources to take
£ good care of all legitimate business that is en-
£ trusted to us.
^ No officer, director, stockholder or employe
^ owes the bank a cent directly or indirectly.
£ There is not a dollar's worth of bad paper in
our tiles and the individual responsibility of our
stockholders is larger than it has ever been in
p the history of the bank.
t1 Our depositors are protected by the Depos-
itors Guarantee Fund of the State of Oklahoma
|^: Your business will be appreciated. Try ui
^ and see for yourself.
^ FLOYD E. FELT, Cashier
^ E. B. COCKRELL, Pres. A. W. WESTLAKE, V. P
£ CHAS. K. STETLER, Ass't Cashier
House Amendment Will Help En-
force Prohibition in Okla-
Washington, Feb. 17.—Liquor
legislation was the subject of con-
sideration in the house late today.
When the penal code bill; was
taken up, Representative Hum-
phreys otfered an amendment
agreed upon by house leaders to
regulate interstate shipment of
The amendment, which is the
Knox bill that passed the senate,
forbids the transportation of li
quors in interstate commerce
; unless consigned to bona fida con-
sisnees and unless the package
islabeled plainly with the name
of the consignee and the exact
character of the contents is
shown. The amendment prohi-
bits shipments of liquor c. o. d.
Mr. Bartholdt of Missouri,
Retail Merchants Meeting.
A business meeting of the
merchants of Hennessey was
held in K of P. Hall lastTuesday I
morning for the purpose of dis
cussing plans and organizing a
Retail Merchants Association 1
for Hennessey. Mayor Jones!
delivered such a pressing invita- j
tion that a good representation j
of all the leading business houses j
of the town was present. A j
temporary organization was
effected with C. O. Cashion presi
dent, F. L. Ratliff, sec'y and John
Jones, treasurer. The object of
the organization is to discuss the
matter of credits, publicity, fake
advertising propositions, and
other matters which come up
froip time to time to perplex and
embarrass theordinnry business
man. A permanent organization
will soon be effected.
Why it is to >our advantage to keep an account ith the ^
First National Bank
afe, liberal, prompt, accurate and auceeittul
BECAUf.R it1* a strong, careful,
Institution . u..v
111.1 aUSK It id a -rowing.Uft'vf. pro-r.'s- >\y p-touate •
DKt'AUSE your account will b uuprouluted ' 'be LunL •« ^ wi
BECiff^S^'thl? bank'SasanexcellentflrH-proof vaua an.l a mod elx1 APf 1 -proof
sure lu winch to put your fundi and papers,
HFf\LrsE e et s'de . sitoi is >1 vvpioouu-\ls • • it tlm bank
BECAI^SE it does an •aolU8iv« banxtng business aud consequently nobodv ct*n
UECAUSF it.Udeullin^a with all customers are absolutely oontldentlal and It is
HI,;,not'beli*-ve^ou cannslt tor better treatment than this bank
will gi\«* you .Hid we ask you tucreiore. to write or call upou
John Smith, Pres., W. W. Parks, lice Pres.
II. //. Rhodes, Cashier J,
I JUST RECEIVED
Revival Meetings, Baptist Church
The Gospel meetings at the
mi. Baptist Church of Hennessey
sought to amend the-amendment ( continue with increased interest
The Mistletoe Reading Club Cele-
brates Washington's Birth-
Following the custom began
with thetirst year of their history
the Mistletoe Reading Club cele-
brated Washington's birthday
this year by an evening of fra-
ternity and good fellowship to
which they invited their hus-
bands and a few friends. The
reception took place at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Gose. Small)
Hags were in evidence all through j
the house, as a suggestion of
patriotic feeling on the part of
the club in memory of the leader
of the nation in the days of its
An interesting program of
music and song and reading was
presented as follows: Piano
solo—"Chitteric" by Mrs. C. C.
Smith; Vocal Solo by Mrs. T.
Anderson, "He Was a Prince;
Miss Eva Hall road an interest-
ing poetical charactcr sketch,
introducing the name of each
member of the club. Mr. W. L.
Moore rendered a vocal solo
"Sailing", and "The Song of the
Miller" as an encore. Inez Gose
played an instrumental solo
"Mazurka No. 2," by B. Godard,
and responded to an encore.
Cards with the name "George
Washington" were distributed
and each guest requested to
write as many words as they
could in 15 minutes, using only
such letters as were contained in
the name George Washington,
and not using any letter more
frequently than used in it. The
honors of this contest, "From
Farm to White House," a life of
Washington, was awarded to
Prof. Tom Anderson whom the
judges credited with a correct
list of 95 words.
Partners were secured by
matching duplicate cards show-
ing the dial o? a clock, the hands
being arranged to show a differ-
ent time of day on as many pairs
of cards as there were couples
present. Another contest was
in answering a series of questions
contained on a card, the answers
to be found on the face of a clock.
A half dozen tied on this contest,
and the lot fell in favor of l1. L
Ratliff who was awarded a hand
some ash tray. Refreshments
were served by Miss Agnes
Berrigan, Miss Calla Stewart,
Inez Gose, Ruth Berrigan,
Willard Darrow and Leonard
Merrill. After a full enjoyment
of the refreshments and linger
ing awhile in social converse th<
guests departed in a vain ctlort
tn reach their homes before the
lights went out. The out of
tow 11 guests were Mesdames C
C. Smith, of Enid and E. B.
Cockrell, of El Reno, both honor-
ary members of the club. The
evening was fully enjoyed by all
present and the committees are
entitled to commendation for the
pleasure the evening afforded.
so as to include "cider, so-called
temperance drinks, and all bever
ages containing more than three
percent, of alcohol."
The Bartholdt amendment was
voted down, 32 to 94. The Hum
phreys amendment was then
adopted, 129 to 40.
Speaker Cannon took his place
on the floor and voted every time
with the "temperance forces."
and enlarged results. The con
gregations are large—so large
that the church has been compell-
ed to place extra chairs in every
available space to seat the people.
There have been twenty nine ac
cessions to the church up to this
writing, and many more are ex-
pected as the meetings continue.
Services every evening at 7:30.
We cordially invite the public to
A Growing City.
The editor of the Clipper and
his wife returned home on Tues-
day, the 10th inst. from Chicka-
sha, Oklahoma, where they spent
three or four days visiting their
son L. G. Miller, of the Bank
Printing Co., at that place. We
were surprised at the improve-
ments in the way of tine new bus-
iness blocks of the modern type,
since we were there last summer.
Chickasha has commenced paving
the streets, and instead of being
the mudhole we saw on our tirst
visit about three years ago, the
big transfer wagons heavily load-
ed move quickly and easily along
the well paved streets. Paving
will be extended many blocks the
coming season. Chickasha is al
ready a great cotton market, and
with the cheap power which she
is now able to supply manufactur
ers as a sesult of the completion
of the new dam across the Wash
ita, she will soon become a great
manufacturing city as well
Bein^ in the center of a great
cotton country, by the aid of
cheap power, Chickasha, ought to
be able to move for the securing
of cotton mills and become to the
Southwest as a manufacturer of
cotton goods what Birmingham,
Alabama, is to the South as a pro
ducer of steel and iron.
Only last week the legislature
I of Oklahoma located the Girl's
Reform School at Chickasha.
Bill Deals Death Blow To Okla- attend. Both pastor and Evan
1 U 41 relist most heartily invite Chris
. tian people of all Denominations
Washington, Feb. 17. l C0.0pel ate with us so far as
house dealt a blow to the jugj may .Q t)le worjj 0f Gcspel
trade today by passing the Knox j Evallgeijsm
bill amending the penal c°de| J. s. Gashwilek, Pastor.
which provides that all interstate
shipments of liquor by common
carriers shall be plainly labeled
as to contents, consignee and his
address. While the bill was first
passed in the house it was drawn
in the senate judiciary committee
and will probably pass the senate
this session. If so it will deal a
death blow to the bootleggers of
Oklahoma. The bill specifies a
penalty not exceeding a fine of
$5,000 or imprisonment for two
Program for the Colored Teach
of Kingfisher, County, to be held
at Hennessey, Okla., Feb. 27,1909
Singing—Abide With Me.
Prayer—by Rev. J. Reeves.
Rain, Am. School Songs.
Methods of teaching Spelling
and Geography Barret's Peda-
gogy, chapters 5 and (i conduct-
ed by Miss Luvenia Brown.
1:30-Singing Gay Little But
tor fly. Am. School Songs.
Literary Masters Emerson
page 147 to IHti, conducted by
Violin Solo—Prof. E. II. Hall.
Hatch and Haselwood's Agri
oqlture, chapters II, 12, and^ 1.!,
conducted by Prof. W.C. King.
fundamental Principles of
Music, conducted by Rev. H. A.
F. F. BAiLEy, Pres.
E. A. ScakuokoCuh, Sec'y
No Trade Says lltterback.
Representative Utterback in
answer to an inquiry as to what
he knew regarding a deal charg-
ed to have been made with refer
ence to the Hurst and Warnei
"The republicans voted on
second reading foY Chickasha
without knowing anything con
cerning the Hurst Warner con-
test. When it came up for final
vote on third reading, the charge
was made on one side by rumor
that in Ardmore the confederate
Hag had been used to decorate
the public schools, and on the
other side rumor said that the
senator from Chickasha was
going to vote to retain Hurst as
against Warner, who was con-
ceded to have a majority of the
votes, provided the votes were
counted for him where his
name had been mis-spelled on
the official ballots in one county
in his district. I did not investi
gate the rumor as to Ardmore,
but I went to the senator and
told him the report was out that
he had said that he would not
vote to seat Warner under any
circumstances. He denied hav
ing made any such statement
and said he intended to pass
upon the question regardless of
the politics of the gentlemen
interested and according to the
merits of the case. This was
satisfactory to me and I so re
ported to the other members of
the minority, and this is all there
was of the matter. The minority
voted substantially as they did
mi the second reading whicl
C. P. Roney, Evanglist.
CENTER VIEW PICK UPS
There is quite a bit of sickness
in vicinity at present.
Johnnie Rogers is getting
better of his spell of pneumonia.
Plowing for oats is the order
of the day at present.
D. Waltzan is having his hay
baled by Mr. Crosson.
Mr. Josh Maddux has gone on
a trip to the Creek country.
Mrs. Breidwell is getting
some better of her sickness.
Earl Bishop is visiting in this
Mr. McMillan is painting his
Frank Young made a business
trip to Shawnee last week.
Will ring off for this time.
There are several now build-
ings going up in this neighbor
hood this winter.
School is progressing nicely at.
Surprise with Miss Bessie Bea
Marion Maddux returned home
last w'eek from the West where
he has been a carpentering.
Chas. Harris has rented the
farm of D. Waltzan. Will move
Harry Gayer is going into the
chicken business. He purchased
two bantas of Clyde Melendy.
At Gallop wears a broad smile
these days. He has got moved
into his new house, built by D. S.
There is a protracted meeting
progress at Center View
Chapel, conducted by Rev. K. C.
Harmon and others.
Mr. L011. Adams went to Hen
nessey to day to get his mother
who has been staying with her
daughter Mrs. Hale of Hennes
All sizes Galvanized Corrugated
Iron, both plain and painted
Also The Hockaday Paint
Manufactured expressly for the
southwest. A fine quality
Are all now in and we will be
pleased to supply your wants.
THE NIW IIHM
Gill & HOCKMMY
SUCCESSORS TO I'AIN BHOWIIRS
Al MINCH'S Oil) SI AND
We have retained Finly
Pain, Perry Mathews, Sherd
Pain, Bill Blackaby, Sam Van-
Ducen and the Munches.
Come in and trade with
them and loaf with them, they
are guaranteed to treat you right
We Are Agents for America:* fence
first published In Hennessey Clipper H eby 1,
won. . ., . |
In tbe Dlstiiet Court (if Klnntlsher County.
Karoiine'Winters, Plaintiff | Summon*
Henry Whtiei^Ucfendant. * Publication
' VnunreKlTn.rtltte.l that on the *.th .lay |
of liiiihtiv iwW. 1 he plalntifi linn •«. ■
lllo.l in the District Court of KlM-'H-her Cnuntv.
oklahoma, a petition Httalust yon. the o
mid purpose- of winch,aic to m • ir .
Li.rt io dlMihe th-- iK'ntl- ol matrimony li*-n'
i.p.furf existing IK-Hvoen you nrol l in plain!in:
■ind asking for tlic t'arP. :t"0 conliol
Of the minor ohlklu-n. anil ask that youi be
narri-il from clalmiiiK or assort ititr any rlkhl or
interest In plalntin s property and eosts of
S"fTnlt..is ron demur, answer or otherwise
plead to -aid petition "ti or before t he iiitli
Id.ivof March. IWH.-aid petition will be alien
, true and jniltsinent rendered t hot eon.
rantniK plaint ill a divorce. I he care cii-ioiU
and control of I lie minor children and
of any Interest in the property of plainint
"witness my hand and the seal of Raid Court,
this :«nh day of January^ | aW()
SGAL1 Clerk District Court,
w. Hindi Att'y. for Plaintiff.
First published in the Clipper Feb. -5. HW -
state of Oklahoma | ^
ounty of Kingfisher I
NoVlce'lsVereby niven that on the 1Mb day
ol February A I) l«0 . Henry Schmidt Itled in
the ('ounty r 'ourt of the County ol Klni/lishei
anil Slate ol oklahoma, a lietitlon praylnjt Toi-
lettes of administration to heissuc toH.'
Davis unon the estate of /ulia S« hmidt. «1 -
ceased Tate of the County of Klnt-'Bsher and
State o( Oklahoma.
And pursuant to an outer of s.iil (■ otlliU
Court. Saturday, the I.I day of Mareh A. n.
leon, at the hour of ■; o clock p. m of said day.
that beltiK a day ot the regular Jan. Tetni. A.
|) HMW, of said (ountv C-ou.t, has
appointed as the time for hearltiK said applica-
tion when and where any person Interested
may contest said peiltion by tlllnK written
opposition thereto on the mound of In-
competency of the applicant, or may assert
ills own rights to the administration and pray
that letters be Issued to himself
Witness Jno M Oraham. .Indue of tbe
County Court ol the County of IKlniillshci
and the seal of the Court affixed, the 10 day ol
February A. ii IHOB. jn() m (jk uiam
I SIC A LI County Judge.
J Is a standard when it comes
J to curing meat and impart-
; in^C that appetizing taste in
J in a good home cured ham.
I Stop and got a bottle or
I two when you are ready to
J cure ,vour meat.
j Saur's Drug
• EAST SIDE MAIN
occurred before the matter
the contest >vas mentioned."
If you want to pay oil' your
farm loan or take a new one it will
pay you to see me. Int. 5^ per
cent. Commission almost like in
tcrest. No delay, money always
J, L, HlNlib.
[)r. S. D. Broyles,
Treath all kinds of dbeaucs both Acute aud
North Main Stkket,
1st Door South of Dr. Barker's.
TUone 111. •
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Oklahoma Avenue.
Office } hone 21. IleHldence 'Phone 24.
HKNlMFV^fciK.V, • OWT.AHOMA,
A. B. CULLUM, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence In Douthltt brick build
Inw'. on South Main St. I door north of opera
DIt. II. (i. DARKER,
Devotes Specal Attention lo Chronic
Equipped with latent Electrical, X-!!ay, Statin
Hot Air and Nebulizing Appliances.
ottlcc i Uoof boutU ol C'Hppcp I UouoW
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