The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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The Hennessey C lipper
Entered as PustoHi.-e at H«-nmi>sey. • >K)a..
as second-class mail matter
tor District Jud9e
1 hereby announce myself as a candi-
date fur nomination iN ulie "f !'u'
trii i .luiltit-.s of the 20th Judtnul District
uf Oklahoma. .-rfibject to the action of the
Republican priinars election to be held
August 4tli l'JU This district consists
of Kingfisher, tJarfielil. Major. Alfalfa and
Woodward counties and vritt «le«two
iudtjes. '■ M BRADLEY
1 hereby announce myself as a oandl
date for nomination i> one of the l>i*t i
Itict jodties III the 211th Judicial aslric- ,
,,f Oklahonia, suhjec l to the action of the ,
Republican primary election to lie helil j
Auuust 4th. It l4 I'lii* district c.mwst* ;
of Kingfisher. Unrlielil, Major. Alfalfa ,
and Wo.-lw.trd counties and will elect
fwo JwMm. J C ROBBERTS,
t.ouuly t iimmisslonur
I hereby announce myself as a • audi
,iat'* foi re election as County Lomims-
sioner of the Seeond District, subject to
the ictlon of the republicwi primary in
Auitust. M- WILSON.
t lf as a eandi-
To the Citizens of the
20tli Judicial District
Iii August. 1910. I was appointed Judge
of the Superior Court of Garfield Count>■
was elected in November following and
have held the office ever since. By an
act of the last legislature, the Superior
Court of Garfield County was abolished,
to take effect on the first Monday in .Ian
nary. 1915 I believe that this court
should have been abolished, as was>
dono ior the reason that I believe
that two active, business ii*e judges
in this district can handh the business
without delay or inconvenience to the
bar or litigants and the abolishing of
this court will, tosunn* «*xt'*nt. lessen the
i hereby announo
date for County Commissioner
Second District, subject to the action n.
the viitcis ;it ti* Republican primary in
August. -IAS. C. MYERS
far County Judy'
At the request and earnest solicitation
of many republican friends In all parti o!
the com.iv. I have consented to become
eaiididate for the office of Judge of the
county of Kingfisher county on the
republican ticket at the primary eleetuin
August. I. IM14 ROBERT V\
lor < uumy Ireasuier
s F ROBINSON authorise*.the Cllpp«
to announce his candidacy for the office
of county treasurer of Kingfisher county,
subject to the will of tin- republican
voters at the primary election on Autf 4.
I hereby announce inv candidacy for
nomination of sheritl of Kingfishei
the republican primar-
Your support is solicited
burden of luxation to that portion of the
district included in (i at field County
li is ;i common practice, ii not custom-
ary. for peisons seeking an office to an-
nounce a long platform or declaration of
principles I will not announce a long
platform but simply state a few facts
which 1 believe, if adherred t« . will cover
the whole ground.
I have had over tVenty two years
fairness on the bench iiS'palaii/"d j
him with the people of (larti Id count>
and will make linn one the si ngest
candidates in the i • t foi the n imina* |
lion aa district judg ol the 20tl dit ,
Wm.G. Newei \nnouncts
for Countv Cietk |
William G. Newer announces in j
this issue as a candidate ior re elec-
tion as county clerk and ex-officio ;
register of deeds these two offices
being consolidated tiitdet the new -
law. which Incomes effective Janu-j
ary 4th, lOlf..
Mr. Newer lt.is been a resident of i
this county since hoyhood moving!
with his parents to u farm near
Kingfisher in 1890. While still re-
Mtlingon lite farm with hi parents
he completed the course iii the
Kingfisher high school and lu\< i en-
rolled in the Metropolitan busiii''3st
College at Chicago finishing ai mat
institution in 1895. Until his elec-
tion to the office of count;, clerk,1
nrurly two years a.'o. he haste nled
on iltc farm near Kingfisher
I A county cleik Mr Newer has
tnai.'e go-d. fid filling every pre-elec-
I tion pledge and condoning the of
| lice as ec tiTiically as possible. With
the add.tional duties tli.it vvill be
shifted to ihe shoulders of the < Icili
through the consolidation provided
urit'er the new law cxperiener will
he almost a necessity. Mr. Newer
has the experience ant! the business
training aud every necessar; (juali-
ficalioi'. He is the ideal candidate
and Ins unfailing coiirlsey has won
him many supporters outside ol the
republican party who will be glad
to cast their vote for him next No-
J. A. Marsh for Representative
,1. A. Marsh announces Ins will-
ingness to represent Kingfisher
You Nothing to
Look and it May Save
~ VvV have the largest line of Buggirs in this
neck of the woods. - Ask your neighbor,
vou will find he bought his buggy of hockaday.
Plows, Listers fsT-.'1"'
W-w . Our NEWTON is as good as money can buy.
I<j Our Trucks have no equal. Wagon boxes
ies of August 4.
and will lie npi>reoi;ite«l
tJEORtU': T. LONG.
for County Mtorimy
I lit-rel.y atmiiunee myself as a candi-
date (or county aUurney of hingtislici
county stihjpel tn ilia Republican prim-
W. II Bl.AIR.
lot Court Clf.ik
ijl iiKtjl. II l.AINO authorizes tlie
Clinuef t«> unuoutice Ins candidacy for the
office of Court Clerk of Kingfisher
county, subject to the action of the voters
at the lepublican primary on August 4th.
For County Clork
Wni. li Newer authorizes the Clipper
10 announce his cmididacy for re election
as county clerk of Kingfisher county,
subject to the decision of the republican
primary of August 4th.
j court should be honest, capable, and
fearless and that all persons having
, business ill the court should receive
: equal and exact justice without regard
j to their wealth, station ill life, or their
' political belief,
I believe that the Judiciary of the
I state and nation should be removed as
' Inr as possible from partisan politics and
II know th.it no Judge of a court In the
discharge of his official dul) should be
influenced by any political consideration.
I know that the lawyers and litigants
have a right to except, and should re-
ceive, from the couits absolutely fair and
I believe that the judicial branch of
the government deals more directly with
the social and business lift- of the whole
people than any other and should, there-
fore. at all times be fairly and Intpar
tially conducted. M> motto lias been
and will continue to be. "hqually balanc
ed shall be the scales of Justice.
I could nW tell you I he truth and say.
us a lawyer and a judge, I have not
made some mistakes, and it elected, I
will not promise never to commit any
errors, but do the best I can and try to
profit by the years of experience I have
had. 1 am human; perfection belongs to
the "Divinity." and I make no pretenses
at being divine.
1 believe that the Rie.it majority of the ,
members uf the democratic party, the J amounts turned
republican paity. the progressive party
1 hereby announce myself as a candi-
date for Humiliation as representative of
Kingfisher county, subject to the action
of the republican primaries of August I.
J. A, MARSH
JUlXiK DAN HIJF.TT, of Enid author- .
i/es the t'li|i|ier to announce his eatuli- I the prohibition party, the socialist party,
da. y for judge of the district court of :md all organized political parties desirt
the ZHtli judicial district, subject to the ! good government and honest men in
will of the voters at the democratic ! office ind that the difli-renco in opinion
primary election on August 4th. This ' of the various parties, as i xptessed in
distri. i consists of Garfield. Kingfisher. . tlieir platforms, go only to the manlier of
Mail.i. Alfalfa and Woodward counties j bringing about this desired condition,
and will elect two judges. but the members of none of the parties
differ in their desire for honest faithful.
County Judge and capable men in office
■ ii I hiii i democrat uud will st'CK out* 01
K 1' SHUT1.KK authorizes the Clipper t|)e )U.1||lK.t.tlil. f,„ Judge of
to announce hl camliduo foi re-eleitioii j (h( |)js|ri).( of t|lis Disiiict and will
lo the .tllice ol County Jud^e of King- j on)iM, jf ll0„,j„ated and elected, to
hshei county subject to the action of the ,'4l,,rt,„ „f thnt „|fu.e faith
county in ti
next two years.
Mr. Marsh is a consistent, lile-
Inngl republican \ progressive iii
every sense of the word, who would
not leave the fold because he | *J-
lieves that the republican organi-
zation or party is the best medium
iti existence throuj-lh which pro-
gress may be accomplished.
Mr. Marsh served as special agent
of the U.S. Agricultural department
for three years and he is the author
of the best work ever written on
He is a farmer who has kept
abreast of the times and if elected
he will be a great aid to our next
governor John Fields, in what is to
be an administration of reform, re
trenchnient and redemption of oar
fair state from the rule or ruin
power of the ring now in control.
of Yellow Popular at the right price.
The kind you will tell your
friends about. Satisfaction
Ice Boxes, Freezers,
make a clearance sale
and Oil Stoves. We will
all Summer and .Spring
Goods. Now is the time to buy.
Mwine y,rown and
have tver stocked.
the best we
Ed. Hockaday & (o.
County Judge's Kepori
Report of County Judges office
for the first eighteen months of
Judge Shut'iers term showing
into County Trea-
deinouutli primaries. August 4th.
County Commi« ioner
T. W. H01.MKS authorizes the Clipper
to announce hi* candidacy for Iounty
Commissioner of Kin^lisher I ounty in
iho Second district, subject to the will of
the voters in the democratic primary on
JOHN ti SCHLKIMANN authorizes the
Clipper to announce his candidacy for
it.e .<lti,of Court Clerk of KitiKfishei
county, subject to the action of the
voters at the Progressive primary on
Hennessey Lots for Sale
Lots 10-11-12 in Block 11, on
Main St lit nnnessey at reasonable
price Address Mary Pierce 307 F..
Main. Enid Okla. 503
January 19111, paid counts
February l'JU. paid county
March 11113, paid county
April tillli, paid county
May l'Jl'i. paid cunty
June liUS. paid county
July 1913, paid county
August 1913. paid county
September llll'l, paid coauty
October 191.1. paid county
November t!)i:l paid e.iiintr
December HI13, paid county
January 1911, paid county
February 11)14, paid iounty
March 111) 1. paid county
April 11114, paid county
May 1H14. paid county
June HII4. paid county
•> In -
of the Jurisdiction of the County
Court as advocated b\ Jud^e Rob-
ertson, candidate for Governor and
thus the Count} * :nirt all
cases arising in the county and
abolishing the District Court. He
believes litis would result in more
speedy disposition of litit ition with 0vPr^r«^;| seture'1 al"1
a great saving to the ta<pti\eis ol .Warrants, Kt<
Fisrt published in Clipper June 25. 1914, 2t
Pnhlishei'H Report of thf Condition * t
I he Hennessey State Bank
. f Honnessey, Oklahoma, June 1H, 1914
Loans and Discounts
$MII s 44
and Stole of Oklahoma, within four
months of thr datf hereof, or the same
Will he forever barred.
I).n«- i July - 1914
W L. MOORE,
Attorney for Administrator
Notice of Change in Voting
Official notice of change in vot-
ing place in the Second Precinct
(South Precinct) in the Town oi capital st
lt!lT" Hennessey from the old city hall to Sorplos fund
-,iM" the building located on lot 8, block Undivided Pn
Furniture and fixtures
Due fr()in Brinks
Checks and other cash items
Cash in B.-ink
I irsi Published in Clipper July 2, 1914 St
k Paid In
; discharge the duties of that office
fully, conscientiously, and to the best of
1 iiiy ability. I make m\ announcement
thus early in order thnt the people of
the entire District who do not know me
inav have an opportunity to investigate
who I am and my qualifications to dis-
charge the duties of the office I seek.
I here are five counties in the District:
Alfalfa. Garfield, Kingfisher, Major and
Woodwaid. 1 his District lias two Judges j was $2400.00
and you are entitled to vote for two] AiriOUlU turned iii llolll (lie olflt e
lidates for the nomination. I want, ^ ^ jjg(.a| year ending July first
11914 was $41 l(i.M2.
tfully submitted. j This leaves the neat sum ,.l
Total for the one and years $5307.07
The amount estimated from this
office by the Commissioners for the
fiscal year ending July liist 191-1.
rohts, less i
36,on the west side of South Main ^Hanks'"' 'ax*"s t'"'1
and formerly occupied hy fite (jun- individual deposits subject to
A. E. LANL,
Sec y County Election Board
Hennessey. Okla . June 30, 1914.
to be one of the nominees, and then
elected. I therefore solicit your support
Jud ;c Huett is a native ol Missouii.
where he was born and raised on a faun
He came to Enid eleven years ago
where he soon became one of the leading
attorneys and in*r'0 l was elected county
attorney of Garfield county In ibis
position he served the people faithfully
and well and in 1910 w.,s elected judge
of the superior court His economical
administration of this office, and his
ON THE BEST PHOTOS
in the best homes you will
find our name—The Millers
| $17Hi 32 to be carried over for this
The County Judge recommends
thai the Commissioners raise the
estimate from this office in excels
of $3000.011 for the coining tiscal
year. The estimated income. 10-
gether with the sum to carry over
will excte l $5000.00 for the coming j day with Mrs. Benton States, Kti
year for which no taxes will need day. ft her pretty country home
to be levied. east of town. The ladies planned
Mr, Shutter announces for a sec- a surprise of Mrs States and pie
ond term for this office, and auth- pared baskets of most deleriable
orizes the statement that he will lunch, going out in the moining
continue to run the oflice ou strictly land spending the day in a jolly
business lines and make the ollict 'cartfree manner 1 hey presented
Hennessey's hospital i.- open to
the public foi general hospital busi
ness. Our building is a good sub-
stantial brick with large, vyell veil
tilated renins, good beds and a nice
ly furnished operating room
Our house is open to all r< put -
ible physical Rates as moder-
ate as can b:J made for ihe Has,- ol
set vice rendered.
Boost for your home enterpi i-e
Anna Belli: Wilbk, R N.
The Fast Worthy Matrons club
of the 0 K. S spent a delightful
Time certificates (if deposits
C ashier's Check Outstanding
State of Oklahoma,t Iounty of Kingfisher, ss:
I, M. A Mitchell, Cashier of the ahove-
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief, so help me God.
M. A MITCHELL, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
22nd day of June, 11114.
Seal HAKRY KHLER, Notary Public.
Mv commission expires April 14. 19IS
FRED EHLER ) Di|.mors
G. 1. K CRAWFORD f UIIHU(,rs-
First published in Clipper July 2. 1914. 3t
Notice lo Creditors
2,067.00 STATE OF OKLAHOMA, |
20.100.9H County of Kingfisher ) ss
30.00 Notice is hereby given, (hat by virtue
7,453 40 of an execution to me directed and de-
144 4.^) 29 livered. and now in my hands, issued out
of the Clerk s office of the District Court
$25 000.00 'n ant^ ^,)r ll1(* County of Kingfisher.
700 00 State of Oklahoma, upon a judgment for
$43.58 with interest at 6 per cent per
I 895.09 annum from October 24. 1012 and costs
4 007.15 $27.20 rendered in said Court in favor of
Collins Mortgage Company and against
70,494.27 Van Zant Miles.
37*3H3.78 ' have levied upon the following des
cribed real estate of said defendant, to
wit: Beginning at the southwest corner
of the northwest quarter of Section 20,
in Township 18. North Range ( , West
Indian Meridian, and thence running
east 120 rods and thence running north
53 and one third rods, and thence run
ning west 120 rods, and thence running
south 53 and one-third roils, to the place
of beginning: containing 40 acres. Said
lands being appraised at $150.00.
And I shall, on Monday the 3rd day of
August. 1914. at the hour of 2 o'clock
p. m., of said day, at the North Steps of
the Court House in said County and
State, proceed to seli by appraisement
the right, title and interest of the above
named Van Zant Miles, in and to the
above described property, to satisfy said
judgment and costs, amounting to ($70.78)
seventy dollars and seventy-eight cents,
together with all accuring costs of sale,
and interest on $43.58 from the 24th day
of October, 1912, at the rate of 6 per cent
per annum, at public auction; to highest
In the matter of the estate of Andrew
L. Ulmark late of the County of King-
fisher, State of Oklahoma, deceased.
All peisons having claims against An-
drew L Uimark deceased, are required to bidder for cash.
present the same with the necessary CLYDE SMITH,
vouchers, to the undersigned adininistra- Sheritl of Kingfisher County,
tor, at the Law office of W. L Moore in Dated at Kingfisher. Okla., this 1st day
Hennessey in the County of Kingfisher of .July 1914.
Torpedoes, Roman Candles, Skyrockets, Sparklers, also
other articles to make t.he children happy.
F. A. DINKLER, The Druggist
pay as he lias the pusi term. That Mrs Stale:
he will alsti require the clerk to (l ;o t; S. -p.
the stenographer's work, thus -hIv m, |<m ■-
ing the expense ol a stenographer. John .loin
It will be remembered that ili>> iimi. Fred
wiih a prettilv engraved
n ii Those present were
11 t S. 111r, V\. W N l,i d,
.. c o Gose, A B CuU
Khlei. W K' HI;ii kbnni,
oil ice has for many years, prior m A I' Mtrtill. Misse
the election of Judge Slimier, been Kstelln Sam
Flora Fell and
a large expense to the county never
turning in enough to pay the ex
pease of the ortie-c. Ihe above
figures show that under the present
administration the office has jnoie
than paid all expenses and has lit
come a source of revenue tor the
taxpayers Mr. Shidler has applied
also strict business methods to the oH't e Interest is payable each March and
'with the above results, and we lie- September ai the Hennessey Suite
lieve this record aierits the votes Hank. For information see M. A
I of the citizens of this county fcr a Mitchell, trustee, F H. Tathwell,
I second term. general manager, or any director of
: Mr. Shutler favors the extension the company.
Notice to Investors
The Hennessey Electric Light.
Power and Ice Co.. a corporation,
oflti the public JtilU000 in litsi
mortgage. Bonds in units ol $250
each These bonds draw 8 per
cent interest and are due in
We have jus! received a shipment of
Emerson Fans. Call al the oflice and
select size you desire. Why swtltei
when a few cents a day'll keep you cool
"" Tathwell Co,
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