The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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Ownek and Publisher
SlbStlilFTIOS PRICt, $1.00 A VHII.
cuii thereby be obtained. If nominatt <1
and elected, deputies will be appointed as ,
above stated, efficiency being the princi-
pal stipulation. If my record has been 1
such that the continued support and con- j
fidence of the voters of the county is de-
served, the same will be appreciated.
F. D. DAKIN.
DENNIS DOWNING, of Grant township,
authorizes the Clipi>er to announce his
name as a candidate for County Assessor
subject to the decision of the republican
primaries of August 6. 1612.
W. L. MOORE, of Hennessey, authorizes
the Clipper to announce his name as a
candidate for representative from King-
fisher county to the legislature, subject to
the will of the republican voters on Aug-
ust 6, 1912.
GEORGE L. KING announces as a can-
didate for the republican nomination for
representative of Kingfisher county, to
the legislature, subject to the primaries
August fi, 1912.
D. W. PECK, of Cooper township, an-
nounces as a candidate for the republi
can nomination for county assessor of
Kingfisher county, subject to the pri-
maries on August C, 1912.
Fnr County Commissioner
JAMES C. MYERS hereby announces
his name as a candidate for re-nomina-
tion to the office of county commissioner
from the second district, subject to the
republican primaries on August 0, 1912.
C. M. WILSON authorizes the Clipper to
announce his name as a candidate for
county commissioner from the second dis
trie subject to the republican primaries of
August ti, 1912.
For Clerk of the District Court
GEORGE H. LAING hereby announces
himself as a candidate for clerk of the
district court subject to the will of the
republican voters at the primaries of Aug-
ust 6. 1912.
I). H. BARKACKMAN, of Omega town-
ship. announces his name as a candidate
for nomination for tha office of clerk
of the district court, subject to the
will of the voters of the republican pri-
maries on August 6, 1012. Mr. Barrack-
man is a farmer candidate, and if elected
he will perform the duties of the office
for the legal salary and will not ask for a
deputy at public expense.
For Reqister of Deeds
ti. S. VAN GUNDY, of Dover, announ-
ces his candidacy for register of deeds,
subject to the will of the republican voters
o! Kingfisher county, at the primaries on
August 6, 1912,
I announce myself a candidate for the
office of register of deeds on the republi-
can ticket subject to the primary to lie
held on August (>, 1912, and pledge my-
self if elected to perform theduties of the
office for the legal salaries and will neither
ask for deputy at the public expense or
leceive other compensation.
B. H. STARRY.
f or Count) Attorney
F. P. WHISTLER authorizes us to an-
nounce his name as a candidate for
county attorney, subject to the will of the
voters at the republican primary on Aug-
ust 6, 1912.
W. B. BLAIR announces himself as a
candidate for county attorney of King-
fisher county, subject to the republican
primaries of August tith, 1912.
S F ROBINSON, of Reserve towhship.
heretiy announces him—If l1s ,1 candidate
for the office of Treasurer of Kingfisher
county subject to the will of the republi-
can primaries on August tith.
1 desire to announce myself as a candi-
date for ottice of county treasurer subject
ti ti.e will i.f the people of Kingfisher
county, at the priniar.es ,.f August ti 11112
For County Assessor
1 want to be county asssessor of King-
fisher county and if nominated and elect
ed I will leave it to the resident tax-pay-
ers of each, township whom they waot as
deputy and 1 will apixiint them. 1 am n
farmer and ask your support in the pri
mary August (i, 1912.
Yours for a Square Deal.
W. H. MEADE, Omega Twp.
I desire to announce myself as a can-
didate for the office of county assessor,
subject to the will of the people of King-
fisher county, at the primary election,
August ti, 1912. I will not be able to
make much of a personal campaign, as
duties of my present office of Register of
Deeds, require most of my attention I
have always favored the plan and so
stated, that each township should have a
deputy assessor appointed on petition by
the leading real estate owners and t.ix
payers of that township, believing that a
more equitable and uniform assessment
For State Senator
S. W. HOGANof Kingfisher county an-
nounces as a candidate for State Senator
from the Sixteenth Senatorial District
composed of Kingfisher and Blaine coun-
ties, subject to the republican primaries,
August 6, 1912.
E .! WARNER, of Watonga, authorizes
the C!ipi>cr to announce his name as a
candidate for state senator from the
sixteenth senatorial district, subject to
the will of the republican voters on Aug-
ust 8, iy 12.
Conoressman at laroe
HON. WILUAN DUTTON, of Foraker.
Osage county, Ukla , announces as a can-
didate for congressman at large, subject
to the republican primary. August 6.
For County Jndge
I announce myself as a candidate for
County Judge of Kingfisher county, sub-
ject to the Republican Primary to be held
August I). 11)12. From i>ersonal experience
as Judge in Kansas and Oklahoma 1 have
a thorough practical knowledge of the
duties of county judge and will perform
the same, if nominated and elected, for
the legal salary and pay any personal help
I may deem advisable to employ without
any cost to the county. This 1 formerly
did when probate judge. As a tax-payer
I am opposed to the present salary laws.
THOS. a MacGEE.
G. W. MITCHELL, attorney and coun-
sellor at law, announces himself a candi-
date for the ottice of county judge of King-
fisher county. Oklahoma, subject to the
will of the republican voters at their
primaries, August ft, 1912.
At the request of many voters, 1 hereby
announce myself as a candidate for the
office of judge of the county court of
Kingfisher county, subjuct to the will of
the republican voters as expressed at the
regidar primary election to be held on
August ti, 1912. My pledge to the people
is an economical administration of the
affairs of the ottice according to law, jus-
tice and fairness, and a faithful perform-
ance of all duties as a faithful public
servant. ROBERT W. WYLIE.
We are authorized to announce the
name of John M. Graham as a candidate
for the nomination of county judge of
Kingfisher county, subject to the will of
the voters at the republican primary on
August 6, 11)12.
I announce myself as a candidate for
County Judge of Kingfisher County, sub-
ject to the Republican primary election of
August ti. 1912, and if nominated and
elected I will not permit any other person
to perform my official duties at the ex-
pense of the taxpayers. I pledge myself
to perform the duties of that office if
elected without the aid of county paid
help. I favor and would welcome the
change of the law so as to abolish the
office of clerk of the county court and re-
quire the county judge to perform the
clerical work of the office himself or pay
therefor. J F. CUMMINS.
GEO. H. WOODWORTH announces his
name as a candidate for Clerk of the
county of Kingfisher, subject to the will
of the republican primaries on August ti.
Hakes' Grocery Goodies
Olives, Plain and Stuffed
Pure Olive Oil Beach and Peanut Butter
Tomato Catsup Chili Sauce
Malt and Vinegar for Table Use
Heinz' India Relish Liine Fruit Juice
E AST S1 I) E OF MAIN SIR E E T
One year's subscription to the CLIPPER either
old or new, given with every $20 worth of goods
J. P. Cummins
Candidate for County Judge of
Kingfisher county. I enlisted in
the 54th Indiana Infantry. Co. G. in
1862 and served four months. In
1863 I helped to raise Company li
120th Indiana Infantry and was
elected and commissioned 1st. Lieu-
tenaut and in 1865 w as Breveted
Major and detailed and served
as Judge Advocate of the military
district of Ralleigh, N. C: and was
mustered out January 13,1866.
On teturi.ing htrne I studied
law under Brown & Ferris and then
attended a law school at Blooming-
ton, Indiana, graduated in 1867and
moved to Quincy, Iowa, and com-
menced to practice law in the fall
of 1867. In the year 1869 I was
elected County Auditor and was re-
elected in 1872; and moved to Min-
neapolis, Kansas in 1875 and contin
ued to practice law and held the
office of judge two terms. In 1889
I located at Kingfisher, Oklahoma
and was the first County Judge of
Kingfisher county, and served one
term in the legislature from this
county. I have served in all about
eight years as judge. M. W. Hinch
boasts on his qualifications for
judge. I feel confident 1 have tried
ten cases to his one.
legislature meets to repeal the
County Assessor law and substitute
the township assessor law and place
the rule in the hands of the people,
where it rightly belongs. I was the
only representative who introduced
a bill to abolish the robbery double buy.
taxation. I am now speaking of
House Bill 291.
I shall still contend for a reduc-
tion of taxes, economy in county,
district and state affairs, consolida-
tion of a number of state institu-
tions, the elimination of a useless
number of office holders not only in
the state, but county as well. When
we consider we have over ten thous-
and office holders in our state and
more talked, of it begins to make one ;
pause for thought and reflection.
Where will these things stop? I, if
elected, will oppose any measure
that tends to increase the useless-
burdens of taxation. At this point'
I ask the voters of Kingfisher coun-
ty to think well and seriously. I
stand for the same principles for
which I stood two years ago. .Jus
tice to all, a square deal in politics
the same as in business. Educa
tion for the masses instead of for
the favored fe v and when the ma-
jority speak, we should consider it1
the law and govern ourselves ae-
Report from health com. Maude Renshaw
Reading Mae Cullurn
Piano Solo _ Bernice Richardson
Report from social com. Sue Baines
Vocal Solo Hazel Hanier
Girls will serve lunch at Liddle's
bakery next Saturday. Come and
Help to encourage these girls.
In a letter from Branch-
land, W. Va., Mrs. Eliza-
beth Chapman says: "I
suffered from womanly
troubles nearly five years.
All the doctors in the coun-
ty did me no good. I took
Cardui, and now I am en*
tirely well. I feel like a
new woman. Cardui saved
my life! All who suffer
from womanly trouble
should give Cardui a trial."
The Woman's Tonic
50 years of proof have
convinced those who tested
it, that Cardui quickly re-
lieves aches and pains due
to womanly weakness, and
helps nature to build up
weak women to health and
strength. Thousands of
women have found Cardui
to be a real life saver.
Why not test it for your
case? Take Cardui today!
The superintendent and teach-
ers for the different grades in
the Hennessey public schools
have seen secured with the ex-
ception of two high school teach-
ers, the board having not held
their meeting to drcide on these
teachers as yet. The teachers
contracted with are:
Prof. C. D Moss, superintend-
ent; Mrs, Sarah Liston, eighth
grade; Miss Nora McKnigh',
seventh; Miss Corenne Haines,
sixth; Miss Elsie Wood worth,
fifth, Miss Alta Jones, fourth;
Miss Rose Hainlen, third; Miss
Vesta Young, second; Miss Mar-
guerite Bliven, first.
Obituary Mrs. Nancy Hopkins
Nancy Smith Hopkins was born
July the 8th, in the year of our Lord '
1836, in the state of Ohio. At the j
age of live years she moved with i Alfred Hammer spent Sunday
her parents to Bo >ne county, Ind, in Enid with his mother Mrs
where she lives with her parents, a Hammer and ot her relatives,
and at the age of nineteen years she;
joined the Chr istian church and was '
in favor of the reduction of the sal-
I hereby announce myself as a candi-
date for the office of county clerk of King-
fisher county, subject to the action of the
republican primaiies, August 6, 1912. In
announcing my candidacy for this office.
I pledge the voters that should I be their
choice at the primaries and at the election
in November, I shall perform all the work
oT the ottice required by law for the salary
of $1,700 which I am advised is the legal j enforcement of ail laws,
alary. 1 shall not ask nor receive any 1 i i
nv servii'#*«; d^OVe ctlHl
. T > cordingly. Progressive in all things •
In my announcement I propose esptfdal|y in politicSi striving t,
to save the tax payers $900.0" .1 (,n'ul|ate 'those )rin,ip,es that w,|
nominated and elected by furnish- > U)ake for good jn the byAMli& of
ing and paying my clerk lure. I am \ |llir jireat state an(] jn bringing bark
the rule into the hands of the
extra or additional pay for any services
performed for the county, and shall not
appoint nor ask for the appointment of
any deputy at the expense of the county.
I have been a resident of Kingfisher county
for twenty-one years I am a graduate
of the Kingfisher city high school and also
of the Metropolitan Business College of
Chicago 1 have always lived on a farm.
1 am a farmer and taxpayer and believer
in the most rigid economy in public af-
fairs WILLIAM G. NKWLR.
aries of many of the
state officers and less taxation,
pledge my honor as a man to give j
every person a square deal and the ;
Under the i
foregoing statement 1
ask the support of the voters of
Kingfisher county subject to the
Republican primaries August. 6th..
1912. Knowing as 1 do that 1 will
not be able to see you personally,
which I woidd like to do; 1 will say
no man will appreciate your v(,te
more than I will. Respectfully
yours, J. P. Cummins.
baptized by Bra Lickhart from In-1
dianapolis. "I have kept the faith
in my Redeemer.'
In the y< ar 18i>2 she was married
to William Hopkins, who departed
this life on September 26, 1!K)2. To
tins union were born four children,
all of whom survive her. They are:
I). F. Hopkins, of this place, with
whom she had made her home for
several years past; Mrs. Annie Lo-
inail, of Billings Okla.; Mrs. Margaree
Shultz. of Kansas, and Mrs. Sallit
Van Deren, of Texas.
liro. Stout conducted my hus-
band's funeral, the text being taken
from the first Tlussalonians, fourth |
chapter and thirteen1 h verse: "But
I would not have you to be ignorant,
brethren, concerning them which
a"e as; ep, that ye sorrow not even
as others which have no hope."
The above was written by Grand-
ma herseh', sometime previous to
her death, which oc 'ured July 5,
1912, after a brief illness of only
four and one halt days, at the home
<>f her daughter, Mrs. Van Deren, in
Texas, where she h :d been visiting.
, „ . . , Sae hal oil th; m -dical aid an I
Last Saturday, July 6th, twenty: t(.:!l|pr ,,,that loving hands coti'd
Senator John P. Hickman, re-
publican candidate for congress,
will address the voters on the
issues of this campaign at Hen-
nessey. on Friday evening, Ju'y
1 at 7:30. Everybody invited.
\. 15. CULLUM, M. L>.
Physician and Surgeon.
K"*idencc In Douthat brl«l< building, , n
s •hi. Willi, St. I door i i-,.h nD r bcnne.
O fee in Or. Rector's buthlin - o.i Rust ou: i-
C.m.""Lan'l1 people where it properly belongs. I
am your obedient servant,
George L. King,
Present Representative of Kingfish-
Organize a Camp f ire Club
Attention Tax Payers and
Voters of Kingfisher Countv
I take this opportunity
Now is the time of sun-
burn and tan and there is
a demand for good depend-
able Toilet Goods in every
home. We carry the de-
pendable kind. Our pow-
ders, creams, toilet wateis,
perfumes and all our toilet
preparations are the very
best that can be procured.
See us for liase Hall
and Fishing Supplies
MRS. SAKAH LIS ION. of Hennessey,
authorizes the Clipper to announce tier
name as a candidate for superintendent i . i .. - . . ...
of public si li>nils of kingfisher county take this opportunity to inform
subject to the will of the voters at the j you in regard to how 1 stand on
republican primaries. Autfust «, 11)12. some of the important matters thai
"i our support is solicited and will be ap- present themselves to lis for our
predated. K . . i . . .
! earnest consideration at this time.
t\ II McCRACKKN. of Cashion announ- ! As a member of the third legisla-
tes as a candidate for county sii|erinteml ture. 1 am of the opinion We are in
em of public instruction of Kingfisher1 one of the greatest campaigns since
county, subject to the republican primary t|„. days of 18611 and It behooM s us
to look well to our duty. I have
girls gathered at the home of Miss
Perrill Munch for the purpose of
organizing a Camp Fire Club. It is
the younger division of the Y. W.
A. this club is going to be a
priue of die town. Already l hey
have purchased tenuis fixtures for
the court which will he put up
give her and all was d me that could
be clone for her, but the Master
trailed and she answered the sum-
mons home and passed away with
a smile of glory illuminating her fac .
She was a loving mother at ti
kind n ghbar and will be mis. d
by all. To know her was to love her
YVe want 'em—all you've
got—and we'll still be
wanting more next time.
Don't forget us. Always
I lie highest market pi:e
U. (i„ (jjyer Produce Co.
within a week. In another week . and the fanlilv h.ls th ■ sympathy of
they will have a basket ball teani| the eo amiiiuu. Wt
of August li. 1!)12.
always stood boldly against the
burdens of useless taxation and 1
shall continue to stand at all times
trying to lessen the burdens that
make it hard on the toilers of this
great state. My first duty is to the
people of our county; then to the
people of the state.
When the bill was under consid-
CLYDE SMITH announces himself as a
candidate fjr sheriff of Kingfisher county,
at the next general election subject to the
I will of the republican primaries on Aug-
I ust 6. Ill 12.
K. V. (PETE) INURAM announces him-
self as a candidate for the ottice of sheriff
of Kingfisher county, subject to the will of
A^iTr'1',1;?.1' v,"ers in ,he |,ri"'aries 0,1 era tion to appoint and establish the
County Assessors in every county
in the state, I was one among the
faithful few who was on the floor of
the house to do all in my power to
defeat the bill. By examining
House Journal, page 277, you will
see how I voted on this bill and if 1
am still to remain the Representa-
tive of Kingfisher County, I shall in-
troduce a bill as soon as tht> fourth
Choose your cdor, pay your
grocer 10c. Take it howe and
follow the directions and you will
j have a fruit salad you will be
; pruod of. THE ALTON (i(X)DS
See John Duffy for farm loans.
organized and a croquet ground
I cleared off. The purpose of this
j club in to help young girls in four
ways—spiritually, mentally, phy-
sically and socially.
The following werj elected as
; officers: Miss Munch, guardian;
Miss Kate Vermillion, president;
Bernice Richardson, vice president;
Ruby Bergdoll, secretary; Nina Lid-
Idle, treasurer; sergant at arms, Mae
; Culluni; program committee, Hazel
lianier. Mae Culhiin, Viola Taylor,
1 Rita Haines; physical committee,
Nina 1 i Idle, Maude Renshaw, Bern-
| ice Riciairdson; finance committee,
Nina Liddle Susie Myers, Rita
Baines; social committee, D.*:uu
Richardson. Ruby Gray, Sue Baines.
j After election of officers light re
frcshineuts wee served by Miss |
Munch, which were much nppreci- 3
ated by the girls. Next meeting I
.will be held at the I one of Miss I
Sue Baines ou July ll,,w h Miss £
Sue and Miss Bergdoll as hostesses l
The following program will be I
rendered at the next meeting:
Piano Solo . _ Kate Vermillion I
lalk to the Cluo (Miss Munch ;
Piano Solo Sue Baines '
ninuiuty. we mourn not
th sainted soul gane home to dwell
with her Savi ttr, hut for the va-
cancy left in on home and hearts.
She was brought liotti • for burial,
and aft< r funeral se vices held from
t "enter View clwrc'i on Monday,
July 8. conducted by Elder ,1. W.
Duff, who spoke from first Thessa-
tonians, 1:13, the remains were laid
t o rest beside her husband in i he
Sheridan ecin. tery. Her children
with a large number of old neigh-
bors and friends were present at
t i se i; «i ail :i i s.
Nf> dsoil like any other machine,
O.I account uf its si/.- you are not
al I.- to see the effects of lac-li of
oil so readily >ct if > ou would pro-
lons its life you should have it
cleaned and oiled about once a
We guarantee all our work and
would be glad to inspect your
watch for you at any time wheth-
er we repair it or not..
H. 1). Brewer,
Jeweler and Optometrist.
I ly Paper. Insect Pow der, Ued Buq
Poison, Moth Balls, Purls Green
t.nd Other Insectlsides. Try our riy
Driver, keep flies away from stock
Dinkler, The Druggist
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