The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 26, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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The Hennessey Clipper
1 Entered at the Posttfffice at Henncssty 1
• Oklahoma, as Second Class Mail Matter
Load of Wheat is Stollen
VV. E. Omey Arrested on Circum-
Bond of $250
W E. Omey, a tenant on the
Mrs. Ella Pate farm about ten miles
northeast of Hennessey, was placed
under arrest last Friday on the
charge of stealing a wagon load of
wheat from the granary on the
Shirnanek farm, in the same neigh
borhood. When arraigned the same
afternoon before Justice Liddle, he ' of ball
entered a plea of not guilty and was
bound over to the district court for
trial in the October term, and later
released on $250.00 bond, George
Chartier and Lyman Hobbs going
security for his appearance.
The grain was taken from the | sary. He was taken to Enid where
granary on the Frank Shirnanek j the operation was performed, and
farm in the same neighborhood, was thought to he recovering, when
while Mr, Shirnanek and his son he suffered hemorrhage of the liver,
were occupying a cook shack, who; death resulting.
were not long in learning what was I The body was brought back to
going on, but when the men with | the home and the funeral held 011
Death Occurs in Hospital
Fredie Ward, the sixteen-year-
old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ward,
who reside near Lacey, died Satur-
day morning, September 21, at 1 30
o'clock, at the University hospital
in Enid, following an operation re-
moving the appendix.
The necessity for an operation
came about in a peculiar manner.
A family reunion was being held at
the Ward home, when about 130
relatives and friends were present.
Different games and amusements
were indulged in. During a game
while striking at the ball
Fredie Ward sustained internal ill-
juries which, after an examination
and consultation of physicians the
next day, the boy's appendix w;,s
found to be bursted, and an imme-
diate operation was deemed neces-
HENNESSEY, KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, SPET 2<>. 1912
the wagon were ordered off, they
threatened Shirnanek and told him
that if he came down there they
would kill him. As he was un-
Sunday from the Christain church
at Lacey, Elder J. W. Duff conduct-
ing the services. Interment was
made in the Lacey cemetery.
armed, he remained where he was | The grief strickcn parents have
and the two men calmly filled their the sympathy of many friend:
wagon box and drove off.
Mr. Shirnanek arose early, how-
ever, and phoned the particulars to
Sheriff Smith, who instructed him
to try and and track the load of
wheat. This proved very easy,
as a hole in the wagon box left i
trail of wheat that was easily fol
lowed and Mr- Shirnanek soon ar
rived at Marshrll, where he learned
VV. A. Courtney Buys Mope Farm
I A deal was closed last week
through Frank G. Tiernay, the local
realty dealer whereby C.A. Courtney,
a former resident of Hennessey and
Kingfisher county, but now of Boli-
. ver, Mo., became owner of the obijoi.
Thomas Hope farm several miles j ti,
1 northwest of town. Mr. Courtney
One of the largest public sales of
j recent date will take place at the
; Mrs. W. M. Drake farm 3 miles
| south and 5 miles west of Hennes-
1 j sey on Thursday, October 3rd, when
j Mrs Drake will sell her parsonal
I property preparatory to quiting
, farming. Mrs. Drake's stock is all
that the man had given his name | good especially the miich cows and
asJ. L. Ross. A description of the the 57 head of Duroc Jersey hags,
man and team tallied so closely, the latter subject to registeration
however, with Mr. Omey and his See advertisement of sale on anoth-
team, that he was arrested at once er page of this paper.
by Deputy Rutherford and brought I
to Hennessey. J Another Sale of interest will be
The evidence co far, is wholly ; that of J. C. Hash and A. I. Gayer
circumstantial and Omey's friends ori the old Mark Ingle farm 6 miles
hope that he will be able to prove east and 4 miles south of Hennes-
his innocence of the charge. j sey which takes place 011 Tuesday.
The parties at Marshal! knew' October 1st. Nine head of horses
nothing of the second man and his and mules, two cows, ten head of I
identity is a mysterv that the offi- hogs, a large number of farm im
cers expect to solve very soon.
Rev. and Mrs. N. Paul Barton
Who will leave soon for Shannon City, Iowa, where Rev. Barton Ins
accepted the pastorship of the M. E. Church of that place.
Rev. N. Paid Barton will probably preach his farewell sermon at
the First Methodist Episcopal Church in Hennessey, next Sunday
morning. Rev. Barton is transfering to the Des Moines, Iowa, Con-
ference, where he has accepted a charge at Shannon City, Iowa.
Rev. Barton has been pastor of the M. E. Church here for the past
two years and during that time has done excellent work, making
many friends both in and outside the church. He has proved to be
fearless and straightforward, energetic as a pastor, and has strength-
ened the church and conscientiously worked for its best interests
during his pastorate here. He has been instrumental in .repairing
and remodeling both the church and parsonage and has received
over 70 persons into the church.
Rev. Barton has been ably assisted by Mrs. Barton during his
work here. Mrs. Barton has been quite a social acquisition as well
as a worker in the church. She is intelligent and refined and her
musical talent has added much to the services. Her great moral in-
fluence will be greatly missed.
Shannon City is a good charge and pays $1,000 and house, and
while Rev. and Mrs. Barton's departure is deeply regretted here, their
many friends are anxious for their deserved advancement.
lhe subject of Rev. Barton's ssrmon. Sunday morning will be:
The Earth Holy Ground." Evening: ' A Sermon to the Young People "
goods are listed for this sale.
A new hat?—Mrs. Jackson's.
Are the school opening days. We have the state
school books at their uniform prices. Also anything
you need in school supplies. Tablets, pencils, pens, and
holders, inks, rulers, erasers, crayons and slates. Our
line is complete for the school room.
DIIMKLER, The Duggist
delivery wagon, of the Vaughan been pulled off here September 30ih
feed yard, near her home 011 East has been postponed until Friday,
Third street. Mrs. Vaughan was October, 4th. Under the training
| riding in the rear end of the wagon of George JYuesdell, our boys are
when her daughter, Miss Ariah, who getting fit for a good game.
was driving struck the horse with 1
the whip, causing the animal to A Correction
1 give a sudden lunge, tarowing Mrs. ,
i In a news item regarding a beer
j shipment consigned to a Mr. Good-
night and delivered to the New
Our patrons should always feel free to store
their private boxes in our vaults.
We Make No Charge To You
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Vauglian to the ground.
serious her injuries are is difficult
to tell, but the ligaments of the right
hip and limb seem to be torn loose,
causing the limb to be helpless. She
is confined to bed at present, but
her many friends hope to see her
up again soon
Joseph Franks is putting up a
concrete silo on his farm northwest
State Hotel, which appeared in the
Clipper recently, an error was made
in the initials of the consignee. The
shipment was made to M. D. Good-
night instead of 0. D. GoofJjiight as
stated in the article,
This correction is made in fair-
ness to O. D. Goodnight, who was
in no way connected with the mat-
of town. The structure will be 151ter' he huving beea visitin^ in ln"
feet in diameter and 30 feet high,
with a capacity of 150 tons of en-
silage. This is the first concrete
silo to be built in this section.
Frank Noll has the contract for
the construction. Mr. Franks will
fill the silo with kafir and milo-
See John Dutfy for farm loans.
diana at the time.
Mrs. Sarah Liston, candidate
for county superintendent at-
tended the fair at Kingfisher
Friday and Saturday. Mrs.
Liston is meeting with much
favor over the county, and is
quite encouraged over the out-
We have been here for over twenty years and have always given to our customers the best
service possible and are deserving of your banking business because we can best serve you
The Farmers and Merchants National Bank
Strong, Progressive, Safe, Conservative The Oldest Bank in Kingfisher County
We want your business and will treat you right as we have always done in thejpast
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: Art Stephenson, President; Ira J. Cashion, Vice-Pres.; Floyd E. Felt. Cashier; Chap. K. Stetler, Ass't Cashier
C. O. Cashion, Benton States, T. H. Staggs
Boli ver, where he recently sold his
farm and will care for one-half of
this year's crop on the farm, which
Mr. Courtney secured 111 the deal,
and prepare a portion for wheat.
W. R. Shearer will go to
ma City the latter part of
•1< to make extensive pur-
chases of fall and winter miliin-
is very much elated over his pin -1,.,-y ( (l ,
chase and claims he owes his good :it tlio
Mrs. Vaughan Injured ! Foot Ball Game
Mrs. L. C. Vaughan was painfully The foot ball game between the
injured last Thursday evening by Waukomis and Hennessey High
| plements, some feed and household , being thrown from the rear of the School teams, which was to have
j luck in securing this farm,
which is considered one of the best
in the county, to the Clipper. Mr.
Tiernay used the Clipper as an ad-
1 vertising medium to make a quick
side of the farm and Mr. Courtney,
' who is a subscriber of the Clipper,
i seeing the advertisement immedi-
ately answered ii with the result
that he bought the farm. While
Mr. Courtney's many In ids rtgn t
that they were unable to secure liis
promise to return to Oklahoma, they
J hope and believe that he eventually
| w II. However, for the present, .I.
| V. Gipscn, of Boliver, also an old
resident of Kingfisher c >:inty, will
take Care of the farm. Mr. Gipson
is a first class fanner and we ; re
glad to see him return. Oklahoma
has need of farmers of his type
Mr. Gipson arrived last week from
■pleiiisb that department
Variety Store, where
early fall millinery trade has
been immense. Those purchases
will include everything new iti
lhe millinery line that is being
shown. She will also purchase
tli" Christmas goods for the Va-
Ilamer's Kuruituro Store for
wall paper, i'riee from 5c to
20c per roll.
Read the advertisement on
page eight of the Cleveland
Specialists, who will be in Hen-
nessey October 1st.
And of course if Columbus
hadn't discovered America, why
probably so.uobidy eUu would
have or probably it wouldn't
have been discovered Well, see
bow be did it at Bennett's Novel
We Are Ready
WITH the new Fall Styles, and we say to you
without hesitancy that our showing of
this season, surpass anything in Men's Suits and Over-
coats this or any other store in Hennessey has placed
on display for many a season.
A few of the new ones can be seen in our
windows, or why not drop into the store
and try on a few. All sizes, and a perfect
Pit ILLS RANGE FROM
$10.00 to $25.00
Sold in Hennessey by
Herzfoerg & Sternberger
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