The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 6, 1910 Page: 4 of 10
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_ OCT. 15
More than one thousand satisfied
customers in and around Hennessey
I do not do the cheapest work, but
take pride in doing accuret work.
Yuu will forget about the price in
the continual enjoyment which a
line glass and |>erfect fit will give
E BERRIGAN, Specialist.
Dr. GOSE'S OFFICE
McGuire Complimented James Wilson Dead !
Congressman Bird M' Guire is Juines S. Wilson, aged twenty ,
paid q high compliment in the nine years, seven months and [
Congressional Text Book issued to twenty one days, died at the!
furnish accurate statistics and facts home of his father, Mikle Wilson, \
for the use of speakers and pnhli-| on West Sixth street in Uenues-!
shers. 1 he booklet is prepared un- j *ey, Thursday morning Septein
der the direction of the National ber 2D, at 5:20 o'clock, of dropsy.
Congressional Committee, and on Deaceased was born in Sum-
Entered ut the postofBce at Hennessey, O. T ,
un second oluss matter.
G, E. SPRAGUE, Editor
JOHN SFHAGUE, Bus. Muu.
5UUSCRIPTI0N PRICt, $1.00 A VI AH.
Congressman First Dist. Bird S. McGuirc
Covoraor Joseph W. McNeal
l.ieut.-Governor Gilbert W. Dukes
Secretary of State Donald H. Eraser
State Auditor . Thos. S. Dulaney
Attorney General ..Joseph M. Dodson
State Treasurer Win. H. Dill
State Superintendent .. John P. Davis
State Examiner W. B. Lain
State Printer Sain'I L. Bartholomew
( hief Mine Inspector John H. Hall
Com. of Labor ......John W. Funston
Com. of Charities Kate H. Biggers
Insurance Com'r James T. Burns
Pres. Bd Agriculture Win. K. Beaver
Corporation Com. Einory D. Brownlee
Clerk Supreme Court Chus. C. Chapell
Judges of Crimmlnal Court of Appeals
Eastern district T. C. Humphrey, Hugo
Southern district, Dwight Brown, Coalgate
Northern district .E. E. Snoddy, Alva
Judges of Supreme Court
Third district ...A. J. Biddison, Tulsa
Fifth district L. M. Keyes, Hobart
District Mine Inspectors
First district, Geo (Jack) Harris, Wilburton
Second district, A. G. Hamilton, Hartshorn
Third district, Michael O'Hara, Henryetta
Representative Geo. L. King
Flotorial Representative. Eugene Watrous
County Judge .. Jno. M. Graham
8heriff Clyde Smith
County Treasurer C. E. Moore
County Clerk Geo. H. Woodworth
Supt. Public Instruction Geo. E. Moore
Register of Deeds F. I). Dnkin
County Attoreny . F. P. Whistler
Clerk District Court George H. Laing
County Surveyor .A. E.Stnlnaker
Commissioner, 1st dist., W. 0. Cunningham
Commissioner, 2nd dist. . J. C. Myers
Commistioner, 3rd dis , J. I). Cris
page twenty-one is a resume of the
principle acts of legislation during
the fifty years the republicans have
had control of the national govern-
There are now approximately four
hundred members of the House,
and ninety-two Senators, and there
are thirty-seven subjects listed,
covering a period of fifty years.
Yet, in the list are two measures
fathered and put through Congress
under the leadership of McGuire;
the Statehood Bill, and the hill for
the removal of restrictions.
Very lew members of Congress
are fortunate enough to secure the
enactment of measures that attract
national attention, and MeGuire's
friends are proud of his record.
The Statehood Bill, is, of course,
listed, because it marked the end of
a historic struggle, and because the
Enabling Act for the five million
dollars granted the state for schools,
ihe additional endowment of one
million fifty thousand acres, and
others features, was the most liberal
ever passed by Congress.
The Restriction Bill marked a
new and important change in the
Indian policy of the federal govern-
ment, and saved the state from
bankruptcy. But one million acres
of eighteen million acres in old
Indian Territory was subject to tax-
ation. The Restriction Bill subject-
ed more than twelve million acres
more to taxation, and to sale. It
meant the development of that
side of the state; saved the counties
from bankruptcy, and greatly re-
lieved the tax payers of old Okla-
ner county, Kansas, February 8.
18n1 and came to Oklahoma in
l8t)i! and has made his home with
his father most of the time. Lie
had been ill for about six months
but was confined to bis room
only two weeks previous to his
He leaves a father, step mother,
two sisters, Mrs. Millie Morger-1
son, of Clifton, Kansas, and Mrs.
Lottie Lesperence, of Etna, Okla
and one brother, Marion Wilson
of Clifton, Kansas, to mourn his
early departure from this life.
The funeral was hefcl from the
home, Rev. J. H. Hubbard con
ducting the last sad rites, at 3:30
Thursday afternoon, and inter-
ment was made in the city ceme-
tery. 'J he relatives bave-the
sympathy of the community in j
the desolation of the loss of theii
GREAT LOOM END SALE OE
EHLERS' BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Will begin Monday, October 10 and continue until the
close of the month. This is the Nineteenth Annual Loom
End sale and the event for which our customers watch
from year to year.
Pul °Peuin? w'1s ca,,ed off last Friday nifiht owing to the fact that the Electric
Light I lant broke down and we had no means of properly lighting our store, but
as our Loom End Sale will be held in daylight we have no fear of insufficient light.
Come every day and get your share of this feast of bargains,
EHLER S BIG PIANO CONTEST
A $375.00 Con- (£4 |)A Free to the
rad Piano given <9 I .UU.'most j. popular
Lady trading at our store
10 votes given with each $1.00 purchase.
Contest Closes February 14, 1911
M iss W.t then a I! i iiz spent Sun-
day night with Nellie I'ain.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pain at-
tended the state fair at Oklaho-||
tna City this week.
E. M. Barnum and son, Mar-
shall, went to Dover Wednesday
to check out a couple of car loads
>f wire which he sold recently toi
A Fair Proposition
1 understand from good autli
rify, that the candidates who
are my opponents for the elec
tion to the office of county com-
missioner in the second district
are telling the voters, in making
their campaign, that I atone
3 robbed a partner while in
the grocery business in Hennes-
sey. I am going to jjive them a
chance to prove their assertion
and make to any one the follow-
proposition: That they select
twenty four men in Hennessey
town or township from whom
will select twelve men, or I
select twenty-four men in Hen-
nessey town or township from
whom they can seloet >welve
men, who are to be a jury to de
eide from the evidence that they.
farmers around Ki
.1. W. Eubank is looking after
Walter Pain's tine stoeli this
week during the absence of Mr.
Glen Guinn returned fryni
Woodward county the latter part
of last weeR.
Oak View school opened Mon-
day with Mr. John Patterson as
teacher. The indications are
that we will have a good school
Mr. Weinbrenner is building a
new house for his own use.
II. Gritz is away this week
marketing a car load of apples
Read our contest below and cast this ticket
for yourself or your friend. A beatiful
$.175.00 Conrad Piano given away free on
February 14, 1911 to the most popular
Lady trading at our store.
RULES OF CONTEST
1. With every 10c cash purchase made in any
department of our big store, the purchaser is entitled
to one vote on our $375.00 Conrad Piano.
2. I urchaser must ask for ticket at time of purchase as no tickets can be given later.
3 No employee of this store is entitled to tickets, nor shall in any way influence customers as
to how or for wnom they shall vote. Should they do this, upon satisfactory evidence
of same, they will be dismissed immediatly from our employ.
I. A locked ballot boz will be placed in the south show window of our store, in which customers
shall depesit through a slit in top of box, their tickets, on Fridays at any time between the hours
of 9 a. m and 5 p. m.
5. At 5 p. m. Fridays, this box will be placed in the hands of the judges, who are Floyd Felt
SryfLFp;rta„i^han,! Bnnk-Guy * *«
(i. The ballot box will be locked when placed in this window and the key placed in the pos-
session of Floyd Felt at the bank, who alone shall have the right to open the box, and that on
Friday evening when for the purpose of counting votes.
7. The complete ballot will be cnnour.ced each Saturday ir.oinirg. A blackboards our store will
show the candidates and result of count
•8. Any one trading with us has a right to name a candidate or both for themselves
9. From time to time we will throw a facsimile ticket into our newspaper advertisements which
will register fiee votes. Any one may clip these votes and deposit them in the ballot box the
same as any other tickets.
This piano was purchased of J. J. LaValley of our city and for any information relative to its
quality we refer you to him.
THE FRED EHLER DRY GOODS CO.
i am guilty or not of the crime
they say 1 am. The trial before
the jury selected is to be held ,,,,
■ , , 'Jilt new
wit,Inn the next fifteen days and | singer in u
each candidate or anyone accept I
how to Vote Under Election Law
Now in Force
There seems to be considerable misun-
derstanding over the state as to the man-
ner of voting under the election law now
in force and Chairman Harris of the Re-
publican Stute Committee is daily re
ceivin# inquiries as to the manner of
voting a straight ticket and also the
procedure when a person desires to vote
for persons on two or more tickets.
The state ballot will contain the tickets
of four political parties—Democratic, Re-
publican. Socialist and Prohibition in the
order mentioned running in separate col
uinns from the left to right.
Any person desiring to vote a straight
party tscket will stamp in the circle un-
der the device which heads the ticket of
the party with which he desires to vote,
the Democratic ticket having a rooster at
the top, the Republican an eagle, the So-
cialist an open hand and the Prohibi-
tion a rising sun.
When a voter desires to vote a mixed
ticket he can use one of two methods.
He can stamp in the circle under the
device of one party, then stamp in the
squares before the names of any candi-
dates on any of the other tickets he de-
sires to vote for. The law says a ballot
so stamped shall be counted for all of the
candidates upon the ticket headed by the
device under which the voter has stamp-
ed except the candidates for the offices
where the elector has stamped before the
names of candidates fur the same office
upon the ticket of some other party, the
vote to be counted for candidates so
stamped. Voters should be careful to,
never stamp in the circle under the de
vice of more than one party as this will
invalidate the whole ballot and cause it
to be thrown out as mutilated.
Another way of voting a mixed ticket
is not to stamp under any of the devices
but to stamp in the square before the I
name of each candidate for whom oik ,
desires to vote. A ballot so stamped will tntion that would paralyze our effort..
be counted for each candidate so stamped j dealing with the modern problems of
but in case the voter stamps before two; commerce, industry and transportation
or more candidates for the sameofflce the nlul w'nch holds a view of the tariff that
ballot shall not .be counted as to these l,ut '"to execution would bring upon us
these candidates. universal disaster."
We have the finest studio in
this section of the slate. Call
anil see us in the Hree.se build-
To the Public
As I have* discontinued busi-
ness in Hennessey I wish to ex-
j press tny thanks to the public
| for their liberal patronage dur-
I mg my several years of business
in Hennessey and wherever 1
i , . r -' '"ay roam I will alwavs Ivivn a
and that I can present, whether ' nave a
' ' e I warm spot in my heart for Hen
nessey. S. B. Humphuy
The ladies of the Congregation
al church will begin their Rum-
mage sale, Saturday, October "'2,
in the building first door north
of Jones' dry goods store. Every-
one cordially invited to "our
opening" and every day for the'
two weeks following.
06 and 9W7 Kotary
line are the acme of
ing this proposition, and myself I ,f''J "IT* tPruis-
are to put up bonds *f *100 each C J ^ them- K K Karwe11
and if I aui proven guilty I will
pay all the costs of the trial and
cease beinsr a candidate for the
office of county commissioner
but if the party or parties ac-
cepting this proposition can not
prove that I am guilty and
prove that I have been wronged
and an amount of money is due
to me the party or parties ac-
cepting this proposition shall be
responsible for that debt. I am
for a lair and honest campaign.
Very truly yours,
J. C. M YE US,
Republican Nominee fur County
Commissioner in the Second
We can please you with our
photos. See us in the fine new
studio in the Breese building.—
Eastern Stars Take Notice
Regular meeting of Hennessey
Chapter No. 37 O. E. S. Friday
evening, October 14, the Grand
Matron, Mrs. Lulu B. Evans will
be present at this meeting.
Members of the order are in-
vited to attend.
Flora Gullum, Sec'y.
The Depositors Money
Is insured in the American Bonding Company of
America. Our vault is also guaranteed by the
above company. Our Capita), Surplus and Indi-
vidual Profits are $33,500.00, Plenty of capital to
do a safe banking business. The stockholders of
this bank do not owe the hank a dollar.
1 HE FIRS I NA1IONAL BANK, Hennessey, Okla.
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I addetl P- "Yl '^suPP'y of auto accessories I
t t a . , Pizer to do all kinds of tire repairing and 1
| am prepaired to repair any common break on all cars. •
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Take your job printing to the Clipper to get it neatly printed!
Patriotism — protection — prosperity —
that's the Republican battle-cry.
Hero is Senator Cummin's definition of
the Democratic party: "A |K>Iiticalorgan-
ization which li-tills 11 view of the C.insti-
Exporta crossed the billion-dollar mark ( ,)lll,> to the liutuinnge S;tle
for the ei(jht months ending with Autiust ! Hejfins October I'l'tld. Look* for
191U- ! the si'ii.
BANK AND YOU WON'T LOSE IT
^-'<•1 ft . it 1 09 br C. E. Z nn rman Co.--No. 2'
Accounts of firms and individuals invited
Fanners and Merchants Bank
()f I lennessey, Okla. The Oldest Bank in Kingfisher County
Established 1891. _ We want your business and assure courteous
treatment to all. Make our bank your bank.
E. I). Cockrell, President Floyd E. Felt, Cashier
A W. Westlake, Vice-President Chas. K. Stetler, Ass't Cashier
Cftice in the
Rear o t the
al Bank BIdg
W e Appreci-
ate and Solicit
J. L. HINES
OFFICE 'PHONE NO. 31
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Sprague, G. E. The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 6, 1910, newspaper, October 6, 1910; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105729/m1/4/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.