The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1910 Page: 4 of 10
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■ >■/•_ llncreaseour froo list so to in- f
wtVMmjf elude lumber, wool and woolens,'
....i, * i*, • c t coilAHl iiKlluuibuiai nui'ic-
Will peopie pay a big price for cheap e , , , ,,
. .. ments, boots ana shoes, ana all
glasses from pedmers whom they '
, • i .i . other products of leather, anu
will never see again, when they can 1, ' . .
, ,, .... . ,, - hundreds of other product which
get Scientifically htted glasses, and , '
. . i . could not be made in this coup-
ground from the best glass made at
... R ,.trv without an adequate protect
a reasonable price! I have the finest | . J .'
electrical testing instruments made
would soon mean
putting American labor on the
... . , , , i same level with that of the poor-
fit is guaranteed for two years. TJ
„ . .. . I est paid countries abroad. 111
E. BERIRCAN, Specialist at W(PU|,j moan tlmt we would have
to com pete not o"ly with conti-
nental Europe, but with Japan
and other Asiatic countries.
and every pair of glasses a perfect
Dr. Cost's office Sat June 4.
Rate red ut the postonH'f* at Mr
10. si'ltACUK, liuiTou
JOHN Sl'liAGUE, Huh. Meat.
SIBSCIIIPIION PHIU, $1.00 A VI AH.
We are authorized to announce
Jim Liddle us a candiilate for the
nomination for Sheriff, subject to
the action of the Republican prim-
aries, August 2nd'.
1 hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination to the
office of sheriff of this county sub-
ject to the Republican primaries to
be held August 2nd. J. P. Dunn.
[ hereby announce myself as a
candidate for Sheriff of Kingfisher
County subject to the approval of
the Republicans at the primaries
August 2nd. Clyde Smith
FOR CI.ERK OF DISTRICT C itjrt.
We are authorized to announce
George II. Idling as a candidate for
the nomination for re-election as
Clerk of the District Court, subject
to the decision of the Republican
primaries, August 2nd.
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT.
We are authorized to announce
Geo. E. Moore as a candidate for
the nomination for re-election as
County Superintendent of Public
Instruction, subject to the will of
the Republican primaries, August
FOR RF.C.ISTKR OF DEED-.
Frank D. Dakin announces as a
candidate for nomination for re-
election as Register of Deeds of
Kingfisher County, subject to the
action of the Republican primaries
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
Geo. II Wood worth announces
as a candidate for nomination for
re-electiou as Clerk of Kingfisher
County, subject to the action of the
Republican primaries August 2nd.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
1 hereby announce myself for
County Attorney of Kingfisher
County subject to the action of the
Republican primaries on August
2nd.—W. B. Blair.
('lias. E Moore announces in
this issue, for the Republican
nomination for county treasurer.
Mr. Moore is so well known that
he needs no introduction. He is
an 'HDerand resided on his farm
in Skeleton township prior to
moving to Kingfisher in 1901,
since which time he has served
as deputy county treasurer un-
der the administrations of Har-
vey Utterback and J. S. Patrick,
the present incumbent, who say
they have ever found him faith-
ful and that there is no man iti
the county better qualified to till
the position to which he aspires.
Mr. Moore has been a tireless
worker for the best interests of
the county and has nev^r shirk-
ed any responsibility. These
facts together with his qualifica-
tions merit him a re-nomination
at the hands of his party.
understand petitions are
being circulated petitioning the
governor to have an investiga-
tion of nearly all the county of-
fices of Kingfisher county. In a
conversation with H. L. Miles,
chairman of the board of county
commissioners, he said: "We
are ready and willing to co-oper
ate with an examination of the
county affairs at any time.
A Wedding Party.
Mr. Robert Bozarth and Miss
Hazel Renshaw, both of Hennessey,
came down and were married by
the probate judge at his office this
inoruing. They were accompanied
by four couples as follows: Mr. and
Mrs. Ross Marshall, Thos. Young
and Miss Mabel Willis, John Kinsley
and Miss Clara Renshaw, Thomas
Renshaw and Miss Eliza Choate
After dinner at the Deane Hotel the
happy couple and friends are see
ing the town and will return to
Hennessey on the evening train.—
Wednesday's Kingfisher Midget.
All lady Owls who have signed
the charter list and all those wish-
ing to become members who have
not been intiated are requested to
present on Monday, June 5th.
FOR COUNTY ll'DCE.
I hereby announce myself as a |H
candidate for the office or Judge ofi™, , ,
the County Court of Kingfisher T,le>' have hfty mpmber ilml
County subject to the result or the t" llavp seventy-five by next meet
Republican primaries. August 2nd. j ing. (live David Martin or some
Robert W. Wylie. j lady member your name and come
I hereby announce myself a can- to the next meeting. Come prepar-
didate for the office of County | ed to pay one month's due and your
Judge subject to the approval of I insurance. The ladies will give a
the republicans at the prim tries to , Wednesday evening
b> held August 2nd.—Thos. B. Mac-I , ' ...... . ,
June 8, at Block s Ha'l. A general
invitation is extended to all wheth-
er they are members or not. A fine
program will be rendered.
G. W. Mitchell, attorney and
counsellor at law, authorizes us to
announce him as a candidate for
County Judge of Kingfisher County
subject to the action of the Repub-
lican primaries, August 2nd.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself as can j
didate for the nomination of county.
Treasurer of Kingfisher county sub-!
ject the action of the Republican
primaries to be held August 2nd
('has E. Moore.
FilK RKI'I.'ESENTA I IVE.
I hereby ami iiince myself a can-
didate for re-nomination as Repre- >
sentative of Kingfisher county, sub-
ject to the action of the Republican
primaries. August 2iui.
I larvey Utterh u'k.
Notice for I'lllili'
does not seem to
v lien we open our
ini porta'ions of i
made goods, that
tari V talker
ports to the
amount of American made goods
must always l> > displaced, and
that the result must be a closing:
of our factories and millions of'
idle men. Some of these I'oirn-
cr; tic orators, f not all, would1
f tin* Count '
, unit neul of |
May A. I'
THRF.E MORF. GOOD REASONS
They Are Only a very Brief Out-
line But What a fine
Last week I gave seven reas-
ons for Hible study which Dr
Harper gave a few years ago.
There are three more we ought
to consider, I will number the
first one as it goes with the oth-
8. We should study the Bible
because it prescribes a rule of
guidance for the individual life,
•Every man will acknowledge
the necessity of some principles
and prescriptions. Where shall
such be found ' Let him go back
to the Old Testament, stories
which so clearly define the con-
sequences of sin. Let him study
from these same pages the ex-
amples and rewards of rewards
of righteousness. Let him still
further study in all the miniture
details that model life, the life of
Christ; and having put all the
material together, let him for
himself discover the principles
for the guidance of his own life—
principles based upon the spe-
cific cases which lie has studied.
i). We should study the Bible
because it furnishes strength to
10. Finally, we should study1
the l ible because it alone fur-
nishes a true conception of God.
The greatest subject, the only
subject for the contemplation of
the human mind, is God. Under
this subject may be classified all
others. Whether we study in
the realm of mind or matter it
is the God-question that con
fronts us. In the last analysis
of any question we are brought
face to face with this.
You see readily that these rea
sons are only an outline, but
what a fine one. Let every man
fill it out and see what all suftic
ient ressons he has for thhoroug
Hible study. (J. C. U
Elder's Big Store ball team crossed J
bats with the Farmers & Merchants ;
Bank-Basement Barber Shop ball
nine at Sportsman Park last Mon-j
day afternoon. The game was full
of runs, hits, errors, good and bad |
plays and was on the "confusion
worse confounded" order but for
all that the spectators and the
players had a good time. The final'
score was 1G to 17 in favor of the
Mrs. F. P. Munch and daughter,
Miss Perril, were down from Enid
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hamer enter-
tained the Flinch Club at their home
on South Main St. last Tuesday
evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Black-
burn were the honorary guests.
This was the last meeting of the
season and the club adjourned arter
spending a very delightful evening
! until the first Tuesday in October.
I Light refreshments were served.
Chas Sutton arrived here Tues-
day morning from Blair, Nebraska
where he has been staying with his
mother who is critically ill. He left
again the same evening with his
wife and little daughter for Blair,
accompanied by Mrs. Robert Sutton
I who will join her husband there.
Mr. and Mrs. B L. Stimmel re-
lumed home Monday from More-
land, Okla., where they have been
visiting Mr. Stimmel's brother, F.
M , and mother, Mrs. Charlotte
Stimmel, who came home with
them for an extended visit. Mr.
Stimmel reports the crop condition
in that part of the state very good
and that his brother Frank is mak-
ing good with his herds of register-
ed cattle and droves of thorough-
bred hogs. Frank's friends here
will he glad to learn that fortune is
smiling on him.
We have a car load of twine both
Standard and Sisal which we offer
at 9c. per lb. We guaranteethis
twine in every respect. We also
guarantee it to run 500 feet to
the pound. We guarantee this
twine to give entire satisfaction.
W. D. rrahes Manaqcr
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Now that summer weather is here if is high time everybody
should dress in real cool garments. We believe we are
especially prepared to serve our patrons with the very
thing needfull to dress comfortably during the hot weather.
Ladies taped neck and sleeve vests loc.
Ladies extra sizes vests 15c.
Ladies fine mercerized vests 25c.
l adies knit pants 35c.
Ladies knit union suits 35c. and 50c.
Ladies fine muslin corset covers 25c, 35c,
and 50c. and up
Ladies muslin drawers 25c, 35c, 50c
Ladies Gowns 75c, 98c, $1.25
Just received another shipment of ladies
shirt waists direct from the makers, thai
are the very latest, with low neck neatly
trimmed very prettv, prices $l.5o $2 and
We are also showing a nice assortment of
waists of all discriptions especially low
priced at 75c, 98c, $1.25 and $1.50.
Light weight shirts and drawers, each
Black shirts and drawers, each
Fancy shirts and drawer, each
Poros knit shirts and drawers
Poros knit Union Suits
Fine bleached shirts and drawers
Fine knit Union Suits, per suit
B. and V. D. Athletic Union Suits, per pair
Our shirt department is very complete. We are
showing a very select iine of Negligee shirts with
collars attac heel, al $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 each.
A fine assortment of shirts with out collars at 75c.
and $1.00. One lot of 50c. and 75c. shirts special
3 shirts for $ 1.00
SuitCases Am! Trunks
To those who are intending to make a visit this sum-
mer we would suggest that you come and let us show
you our line or suit cases and trunks. We can sell
a good case at $1.00, heifer grades at $1.50, $1.75
and $2.50. Genuine leather suit cases $4 98 to
$7.50. Our line of trunks comprises everything
from the very cheapest trunks at $2.50 and $3.00 up
to the best at $10.00 and $12.50. It will pay you
to call and see our lines.
As harvest time is right here we wish to say to the pzop'e of this county that we are
prepared to make some very attractive prices on your harvest bill of groceries. We
buy our supplies in very lar ge q janities and receive tlve very lowest cash prices. We ^
are not hound to any Wholesale House and the one that names the. lowest prices to us 4>
gets the business. Come anc get acquainted with our methods and prices. %
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Sprague, G. E. The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1910, newspaper, June 2, 1910; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105711/m1/4/: accessed August 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.