The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 11, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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Daisy Hv Killer, Poison Fly Paper, Sticky
Tangle Pout Paper, Diamond Insect Powder,
Insect (Jttns. My Bane for chasing Mies from
ilntses Cattle. Get tid of those flies NOW.
TMI CUPPER. HENNESSEY. OKLAHOMA
lion, J. C. Robberls
for District Judge
I' Robber, s. nf Enid,
lli<- announcement of Ins
j candidate lor the republican nomiti
ation •■■■*• ' •' ' ■ ■
Judge Robherts was horn in Iowa.
;4r« winj4 in manhood in that stair)
and was educated in Iowa college
At [lie age of 22 he was elected I
county superintendent in Dmittir
county. Iowa and admitted to the,
liar in 1873. He moved to Nebraska Il>ro,)t'1
in I87ti serving in the legislature of
Cut Your Weeds
All property owners of Hennes-
sey and ilieir agents aie hereby or-
dered to cut all weeds on the oc-
cupied and unoccupied property
within the corporation. In case of
failure to comply with I his order the
weeds will he cut by tfie Town of
Hennessey and the cost thereof
j assessed against said property. The
weeds should be cut to the middle of
[ all alleys by the owners of abutting
John Porter, Marshal.
I Hennessey, Okla., .June 10.
Clipper Karmers Store Sold
that sttile for three .onsccuu .
sions. He resigned in 1K8:! to accept gospel Team Coming Sunday
*e Of District Altiiniiu/ id il.u . 1 ^
1 tie Kingfisher Oospel Team will
the oilier of District Attorney ol the.
Fourth Judicial District of Nebraska.
date lot ini
I hereby a
date for re e
sioner ol the
the action o1
ee myself as a camli I
nidation .is one of the l)js- I
)f ihe 20th hull- ml Distri, :
subject io the action of the
, i iinai > elth t ion to he hel-l
i 'H I This district consist -
Garfield, Nlajoi Alfalfa and
oiiiiti< s, and will elect two
In IKN7 he was elected to the inein- ',e 111 charge of services at theMeth-
jbership of the board of rommis-10l''st church here next Sunday in
; sinners of Butler county, Nebraska.! ''le absence of Pastor Barnes.
In INN!) -he was appointed register
I of the 11 S Land office at Kingfisher,
bv President Harrison lie was a I U. S. Express
farmers Union Market House| delegate to tke .republican national i The Ameri(.an txpress Co wi„
Stock and Fixtures Bring
$8,v185 G. N. Hunter, Well
i Known Merchant of Man-
gum the Buyer.
McA I ester Coal
Fancy Lump '
Fancy Washed Nut at
I hi'Sf /n il es isr*' for (he III S / f/rmln of
tocAlrutcr Coal. fit ONI No. IV
Star Mil! * I:lev. Co.
f . M. BRADLEY
ii\ self a< a «
C XI W 11.SON.
I hereby announce myself,
dale tor nomination as one (
trice Indies of the 20th Judic
of Oklahoma. Mihject to the ai
Republic iii primary election
i s ,1
i n< i: -
if the Disc
tion of the
to he held
Xu^ust 1111. 1:11-1 1 his district consists
t t Kiti^lishcr. tiirlield, Major. Alfalfa
and Woodward counties, and will elect
.1 C KOBBKRTS.
The graduating exercises of the,
senior class of the high school were
Iteld la ; I riday night at the cits
opera house. Diplomas were pre-
sented to one of the largest classes
in ti. history of the school. The
exercises attending the piesentation
were simple, differing very little
from programs of other years, but
much enjoyed by the large assembly
of people that practically tilled the
house I he first number on the
program was music by the high
orchestra, which is composed of
Willard Darrow, leader, Misses Mai-
tie (,inner. Beatrice and Marsha
■ Ii ii'" Russell Erakes and Everett
Mill r A ,-ong iiark the Distant
Hiils With Music" hy an octette—
1' loyd VaiiDuren, Mux Blackburn,
(Jertrudc \rtnanrrout. Mabel Hicks.
Dot Young, Ruby Bergdoll, Claude
V an Dueeii and Everett Miller—was
enthuastieally received. The in
'vocation was given by Rev Robert
Let Payne, of the Baptist church.
Chancelor Roth, of tJhillips Uni
versity, was the speaker of the
evening. Dr. J. II Browers, of Still-
water. whosi name appeared on the
tuck an>i lixtnre
to the highest biddf
tw i o'clock this afternoon by I'rus
tee w \. Rhodes and sold to G. N.
Iltintr. of Mangum. for $N,8N."i.
Ira Cashion started it off at $5,000
alter Col. Murphy announced bis
ti .i'!nii inr bids, and was raised
s ' iMni Mr I lunter. The bidding
was spirited after that until it was
knocked down to Mr. Hunter.
I he im11< baser is a merchant of
wide evperiencr and has stores at
Say re. < ordell, and Butler, t )kla .
and also at I liawatllil, Kails He
his announced his intention of
opeiiin up for business within a
week or ten day
The notes and
offered with tht
-ii >,«i i ''. 11 > ■ v | . ' I
res were offered ! convention in IHVIU and east his
der lor < ash at'f,)r President McKinlcy. He se
[ succeed the U. S. Express C
" f rvi'i T" the Rock Island lines July 1st.
i miller ('overnnr K r i " k.iihoiiiii -j jle change will include the entire
R i!! eJi'lt i,iiiint t 'lhe system, .lames Kennedy, formerly
. I ' •' " r<i ion r'*" of f t Worth, will superintendent
. „ < i s o ity general in Mill, t|,]s division with headquarters at
locating at Enid, and has been an! j. | Rei)0
active member of the law firm of|
of Robben, & Curran since that stork Leaves Little Hash
Judge Robherts ranks as one of. ,'^"r" Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Hash
the ablest lawyers ui Oklahoma and ^numi'law. Wash.. Cornier resi-
has mi extensive practice in state ' ''el"s Hennessey, Okla , May 28,
and federal courts. He is a man of! a " P"und boy.
high intelligence and strict and in- U()yd Hm) A|~vardo Smith who
corriip able integrity and particular-1 baveattending school here, left Sat-
y(h ted by nature and training for' tllri|ay r(,r()k^ene to join homefolks !
. . ! ' J, !S"r ' a5! the They will return this fall.
accounts were not j peopit ol the 20th district will m-
stoek and will be s,llv 'or that district a judge that
Sunday school classes gave
It is indeed great to be the pastor!
of such a people that stands by the
pastor and works. Here is hoping
that I shall spend several birthdays
with this people.
You cannot afford to miss our
services, especially our evening ser-
vices. If you come once, we know
you will come again The man ill
overalls is just as welcome at our
services as the best dressed man
Robert Lee Payne, Pastor.
FOR SALE—Spring wagon, good
as new, at Herscher's Blackshipl
Of Jewelry are I
bride. We havt
ment to i boose
tO Mllit Villi,
fur the June
a good assni t-
Iioiii at pi it eS
H. D, Brewer
Jeweler and Optoni'
Side ol Mam street.
sold at .i later dale
Arrested on \V hite
Rev \le\ander l.ainond, a uiiu-1
ister ol the gospel from tircenshoro.:.
North Carolina, was arrested afterI
dinner today at the Rhodes Hotel j
by Deputy Rutherford on the charge I
of white slavery. The arrest was!
made at the instance of Oklahoma j J
City authorities and in response to
a telegram received by the officer,!
the day before. i;
l.ainond arrived Wednesday from I;
Carrier, t )kla , and stated that he was i'
in search ol a location that suited
him. He had arranged to occupy |!
the pulpit of a local church next
Sunday He \> ,i.-- taken to Kingfisher
bv Deputy Long this evening and
will he lit Id pending the arrival of J!
olheers from lireensboro
will do full credit to the bench.
For Sale Cheap Ford Auto See
J 1. Hines.
program, tailed to materialize ,ind
a. in late hour Mr. Roth was secur-
ed Mr. Roth talked interestingly
and instructively for an hour on
education. Following the address
a ong !.. F loyd and Claude Van
Dut en Max Blackburn and Everett
Miller iiroughl forth energetic ap-
Su, i riuteiident A
i'lited the diplomas i
I. Moore pre-
1 the graduate.-.
remarKs to pa-
and the fjradu-
shaw Mildred Far-
lerrill. Ruby Gray
en Roy Clemnus
of the Method-
■ the distinction
; graduate fri in
liny fine Stock
Kingfisher county fared well at
the Kirk line stock salt held at Enid
June 2, > I, and Some of the
tinesi live slock offered iliitiiiK the
sale was purchased by farmers and
stockraisers ol this vicinity (ieorge
^ oeinan. southeast of town, secured
a red polled bull from the F. Rocke-
feller herd, of Belvidere, Kansas,
calved March 27, l!)l,'i, and the get
ot Royal Finperor 3rd, A. IF B..
:il:i:ilt- \. P. D. IF B. 7011. It is a
doubli standard Shorthorn No
:JS8!II2. Polled Durham No. ltMMli.
Pres Love, of the Dover neigh-
borhood purchased one of the finest
animals ottered at the sale.\ai>oleon
t miiient. a Jersey bull and the head
ot tin Stillwater A i^ M college
herd sired by minent (imported) i
ti;'ii'il, sold lor S12,00(1 and sire of
ill tested rows Son of Golden
Fern - Lad P. initio 11 C„ sold at
auction in ltiii i for $2,500. acknow
led'.'ed to lie one of the greatest pro-
ducing -ires of the breed.
\n.mal- like ihe above mean
n ;.ch " the farmers and stoek-
i ii-et- of Kingfisher rouiity.
I Puis ol Dover, purchased some
line hogs and Joe Grimes; of King-
fisher. also bought a horse and
.-"iiie alilr at the sale
We will open our new testing station on
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17th
and will pay the highest market price.
We solicit a share of your business and
promise you full value for every pound
V\ alburn. Murphy & Gritz, Props.
Dr. Hughes Chiropractor and Money to Loan on Farms
Mechanical Masseur J
Block East of Rhodes Hotel ON I III'. liES I I I'.RMS
Consultation, Examination and _
IVial Treatment Free JOHN SCMLIEMANN
Mrs lirabe F. Braley and Mr
Charles 11 Jahn, both of this city
were quietly married in Salina,
Katis.. lhursday evening, June I,
returniiig io Laid Friday night.
Taking their friends entirely by sur-
prise. announcements were received
in laud in the early morning mail
Saturday, through which announce
nicut the lirst hint of their marriage
was made known to the many
friends in this city. Mrs Bradley
lett last I'tiesday morning for Sa
linn. Mr Jahn joining her there
Thursd ay. the wedding being cele-
brated lhursday evening at the
home of Mrs. Bradley's sister, Mrs
Daniel Weigner. It wa.- a quiet
l'lie new open air accommoda-
tions have proven a great encourage-
ment to the folks that think it to hot
go to church on Sunday evenings,
we had more than three hundred
present last Sunday night.
We have spent a neat little sum
of money for the comfort of the
people that come to our serv ices and
it has all brought a great deal of
pleasure to lis, and we feel that we
have already been repaid, by the
large attendance at our services.
It is going to geour plan to make
our services the very best possible
by having good music both by our
home itlair with no guests other orchestra and a large choir, and we
than relatives nut even the most in-! expect to preach on such topics that
lunate friends of the couple having shall be interesting to the people,
been inlurined previously of the On Sunday morning the pastor
wedding Returning as quietly as will till the pulpit of the first Bap-
they had departed Mr and Mrs tist church of Oklahoma City of
Jahn came home Friday night and which Dr Herman H Hulten is
were greeted throughout yesterday pastor Mr. (kiodspeed a young
by their hosts of friends i man who has recently united with
\lr Jahn is one of the most pro the church and has felt his call to
Date and Particulars
the VV >
I Surprise Friends
lartI, . Bower- and Mr F.
iaa were quietly married
t in El Reno, The cere-
'iv tila e at the home of the
ster. Rev L ('. Billiard, of
t luir. li olliciating aud
'in aliair I 111 y returned
- ■v. ihe tallowing evening
it relatives of the contract-
r tew kneu of the wedding
■ groom begun furnishing
ill the Slireve propel t \ on
Side the fi. -1 of ihe wet
etuh are extending b<
Io U hum It May Concern All
bills against the I'own of Henues
scy lue and outstanding should be
pit r eiited. duly sworn, before the
end ol the lical year, which ends
F V DINKLER. Mayor
< i WtKIAN l'own Clerk.
Datetl June I 191 I.
minent aud successful business men
ol the city, having been engaged in
the jewelry business here for a num-
1 her of years—Enid Eagle.
I he bride was formerly a resident
nl Hennessey and is ^.eli known
here. She is an accomplished,
charming woman and her friends
'here wish her happiness ind con-
()k la lit m i i i
SCI 1001. ! MAI OKI'S
in-- College, ot Enid i witlnn a few months and his many
Strong, reliable, up to 'Mends
of do it now
Seasons come and .140,
Photo styles, they change also.
\\ e make them o( youth and age,
In the newest styles that are the rage.
jthe ministry, will preach at the 11
'o clock hour. I shall be back in
time to preach at the open airineet-
I ing at ihe evening service.
It is my purpose to leave on Mon-
j day evening for Colorado Springs
i for a few days rest On June 21,
I Albert Redenbo. another young man
jthat has recently united with the
(church, and has given himself to
, , ,, ., . the ministry will preach at the
IkkK to Hospital | morning service, at the evening
I Oliver went to Enid I'tiesday service on this same date a child-
will undergo an ofteratiou at reus day program will be rendered
hospital sometime this week. ,n °IJen ulr *rove
will he the third operation N pastor ever worked with more
lovable peopit than this pastor nor
did one ever have a people that
kept a pastor under lasting obliga
they d<> this pastor. On
Monday evening abont ti 10 about
two hundred people members and
friends of the Baptist chore! < ami
walking in with great baskets load
ed down with all the good things
that mothers are capable of prepar-
ing and a long row of table linens
town, is were spread upon the lawn of Mr
Baines home heaped with good
things to eat ami we had a real old
time pinic. and every body did
After supper was over the pastor
w as presented w ith a beautiful mas-
sive library table, by the young
peoples society as (hishappened to
lie his birthday, also one of the
Watch for It.
that this will prove
I effective. He is suffering with a
sarcoma. In the last operation the
surgeons found it necessary to re-
move his arm and a portion of the
Harvesting With IVactor
| J. E.
j and a
! cutting wheat w ith a coal oil tractor.
| The machine is rated at ti) horse
|H>wer and pulls two eight foot
binders with east* and keeps them
| moving at a good rate Mr Ketien
bo has a 11' disk gang plow that he
expects to use w ith the tractor later.
I farmers free show Wednesday
QUIDOOR SPORT SI
Ri'inembor we can supply you with Base
Ball and Bats. Tennis Halls and Backet'-.
Croquet Sets, Fishing Tackle, etc. See uur
line. We are glad to show the "'nods
DINKLER rut nutjcasr
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