The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1916 Page: 1 of 12
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The Hennessey Clipper
The Hennessey Press-Democrat Consolidated with I he Hennessey Clipper January 15, 1914
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HENNESSEY, KINGFISHER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOV. 2. 1916 una,' rt mSibHm! ItR .1 Mo th« 2!k
THE MAN WHO SAVES TODAY PROVIDES FOR TOMORROW
Here is a Sure, Easy Way to Get
bo « on
j The Xmas Money You Will Need j
<x> It is hard to be broke at Christmas. nn
A Christmas without money is like June without
sunshine. , , .
Somehow it chills us and leaves the day that is joyous
and cheery for others empty and without warmth or
pleasure for us.
Join Our Christmas Savings
Club, Which is NOW OPEN
And make sure your Christmas money.
RtAD HOW SIMPLE AND EASY IT IS
You can do either of six things you wish.
Join Class No. 2 and pay 2 cents the first week, 4
cents the second week, 6 cents the third week, and so on
for 50 weeks. Then at the end of 50 weeks we will pay
Or join Class No. 5 and pay 5 cents the first week, 10
cents the second week, 15 cents the third week, and so on
for 50 weeks. Then at the end of 50 weeks we will pay
you $63.75. . . . , .
Or, if you wish, you may begin paying the biggest
payments, and pay less each week.
Still again, you may join both classes, beginning with
the lowest payments on one and the highest on the other.
Or join Class 50 and pay 50c each week, or join class 100
and pay $1.00 each week.
Let every member of the family join one or another
of the Clubs.
YOU CAN JOIN RIGHT NOW.
Call and let us tell you about our plans.
The Hennessey State Bank
Mr*, Wagoner Passes Away at
ouoc- _ocz Morgan, Colo. After HI-
DE) ness of Typhoid Fever
Mrs. (jeorg4' Wagoner passed
n way ni Ft. Morgan, Colo., Wed-
nesday evening. Oct. 2.>tb. Death
resulted from typhoid fever
nn -MI- Wagoner was foruiely Miss
IHI Klsie tli'L'be, daughter of Mr. and
qq Mrs .J. I> Meebe. of the Lacey
|neighborhood. She was married
j to .Mr. (leorge Wagner about
I three years ago. and besides her
husband, leaves two small ('hil-
dren a mother, father, and sev-
eral sisters and brothel's, and a
I host'of friends to mourn her de-
| mise. She was a member of the
'Valley Center llaptist ehureli. of
^ near Lacey, .ioing last spring and
was contented in her laith.
Funeral services were held at
Ft. Morgan Saturday, interment
being made at that place.
Mrs. Heche, Mrs. Wagoner's
mother, was summoned to her
daughter's bedside by a telegram
announcing that her condition
was serious, and arrived only a
OO; |Vw hours before her death, on
Banks Will Close Election Day
Following the usual custom,
the banks will close for election
dav, Nov. 7th.
We Guarantee Your Deposits
votes with insults
been clerk be MIGHT have col ]
Do not be MISLED. Do not
A very prominent republican b't MISREPRESENTATION'
of'Kingfisher, and a close, dis- ,.ause you to perpetuate a man
criminating observer of our in office who says that republi-
count v political campaign, ex-',.ans are not to be trusted in of-
prcsses the following sentiments flee.
rHrding our democratic conn- -UK INSI.LTS \ OU ANI)
ASKS YOF TO VOTE FOK
•U F. Sbutler, who has been 111.M "- From Kingfisher Daily
a twice r.V THE GRACE l<ree Press. I ol. Adv.
OF THE REPrniilOANS to the I (Clipper)
$159.50 for Load of Wheat
C. V. Ellis, who farms the
Weisbeuder place, north of town,
marketed a load of wheat that
brought him $159.50 today. The
was' purchased by V. Y.
ilodgett, manager'of the Okla-
homa Elevator. Another large
load was marketed at the Star
Mill the first of the week and
, brought $141.60.. The high price
I that has been paid the past few
weeks lists broucbt thousands of
weeks, has brought thousands of
office of county judge, has a Thg Bgst Man for the piace—j bushels to Hennessey buyers,
poor opinion of republicans^ In j Wilson $1.80 per bushel was paid Wed-
n number of issues of the King-1 • ! nesda.V morning, the market
fisher Times, he has had printed. The people of the Second dis- ] s[unl|H,fi a -dime later in the day.
part of a' set of resolutions trict know liim well. It would ' js f),,, prevailing price to
adopted at the last democratic be next to impossible to secure. | (jHy, |mt .^j .75 js the price pre-
county convention in this conn-la man who could or would <?on-1 for tomorrow. Corn has
1v in' which, in an effort to | duet the office with better-satis
TV , etter •satis-1 so|d as high as $1.01 011 the local
I'OOST R F Sbutler for rc-elec- ,faction to the taxpayers and market within the past few days
ti'on. after lauding him to the j the people generally. He has de-
skies appears this statement: (voted all the time necessary to
■ • \\l) THIS IS only aI his duties as commissioner and,
nM,| c; (ii,' THE IMF- he has done so with such pains-!
Vr fU-CF ( F A COUNTY OF-Making conscientious care that Notice to Hennessey Township
ri'i l' llV V REPITIUjICAN ! he has justly earned the confi-1 ' Voters
' , . nw\IOCR AT ' " ! dence of his fellow citizen witli-
am) a , lou, regard to party affiliations.
"It is an ungrateful letuin on |
Sbutler s pait toi tin ^issisti n|taiurllI nlln MOW to sttv(. M,, Avenue
j but has dropped several points
I since, and is now quoted at 95c
The voting place for Hennes-
has I s,l'V township w'" he held at thf
«i„.tier's Dart for the assistance .. ....... , 14. L. Jones residence
Miutni s pan i" .ii tauarht him how to save money L ... , ,
;l.i.ii bv the republicans all „ e ' , . . fOk lahoma
given nun n\ uu ic|ju Ifor the taxpayers and how to
u l,«u been I t1"' taxpayers and how to
r the county. utelv get the most value in return for
p il>lisheel inan> V'1's the taxpayers' money, how to A Few Lines that Cost a Few
AND SI hhia ___wiu • , ,, j transaet the county's business Cents. Sold $50 Worth of
IKR S CONSENT lie' probably j transact the county's business
IjKK ^ r-" i t0 the best advantage and how
wrote it himself
Did Robert Sbutler favor
the grandfather clause? Ask the
men who know. Did he favor
THROWING OUT Lacey and
to secure co-ordination among
the various county officials
with the least friction. In fact,
he is more valuable to the coun-
ty as commissioner now than J
Pullets in a Day
The following unsolicited tes-
timonial is from a Clipper ad-
vertiser: "You placed an adv.,
Pullets For Sale." in the Clip
, ' ,,ff„„t tv as commissioner now than.
I townships when ain | ;vpr before, just as the trained j per for me, and ti >xt day
was made to defeat < lyd< Smith., (>Xp(.rienced man is of more sold $50.00 worth ol pullets.
so K!i fi TO '!
MANI) THE SHERIFF'S OF-1 experienced man in _ anything .s
FROM CLYDE SMITH.
of more value than the untrained
• Is it true that only demo- j "'"l
erats can be trusted in county Adv.
offices? Hob sa.vs so, and yet he I
wants republicans to vote for The best is always the cheap-
I jnl lest in the long run. If you wish
"His statement that he (,ol- the office administered efficient-
le;'ts. costs is untrue. George. )v al)d economieallv, vote for Geo.
Laing. Court Clerk f „ littil,K tor Court Clerk. He
the costs collected in the county
,M,| district courts. If Hob had has proved Ins efficiency.
Good, wasn't it .'" And yet a
few people think that it does not
pay to advertise. If you have
something to sell, advertise it—■
in the Cl'pper.
David Martin will deliver his
lecture, "Oceans of Diamonds,"
at the Maple Grove school house
on Sunday evening, Nov. 5th.
No admission will be charged.
Don't fail to hear this lecture,
you will enjoy it.
Mr. and Mrs. Wagoner moved
to Ft. Morgan from their home
neal' Lacey, only a four months
ago. The announcement of her
death will prove a shock to her
OO I , old friends and neighbors.
DD K ' (Clipper i — —
FLORA G. SHEARER FOR
licing unable to meet many of
the voters of the county. Flora
G. Shearer takes this method of
"oinnninicating with you. She.
asks your support at tlie coming
election, as candidate for county
superintendent of schools. She
is an 89ei',of Kingfisher county,
and, is thoroughly acquainted
with school conditions and the
school needs. She has gained
her knowledge first-hand, as a
teacher in the schools. This ex-
periea£M- will make her more
valuable in the position she is
seeking. Pol. Adv.
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm"
Coming Friday, Nov. 10th.
This is one of the best attrac-
tions of the season. It is a guar-
anteed show. If you don t like
the showi after the second act,
coiae to the ticket window and
your money will be cheerfully
Signed: C. A. NOTHSTEIN.
Manager City Opera House.
Load of Cotton Brings $207.35
E. W. Underwood, wh« re-
sides west of Hennessey, market
ed a load of cotton on the local
market last Saturday that
brought him $207.35 in hard
cash. The cotton was purchased
by A. E. Lane & Son. The load
weighed 3,190 pound
The top prices being paid for
cotton by Hennessey gins, is
bringing many loads ol cotton to
tiic Hennessey market, many an
coining from without the usual
Hennessey trade territory
The Township Sunday School
The Township Sunday school
convention, held at v Pleasant
Valley school house Sunday, Oct.
29th. was largely atfended. The
house was literally packed and
many failed to gain admittance.
This part of the county has ^a
strong township organization,
ranking at least second best
among the township organiza-
tions of the county.
The program published in The
Clipper two weeks ago. was fol-
lowed as far as was possible, al-
though some whose names were
on the program were unable to
attend. Aside from the talks, as
announced in the printed pro-
gram, was an interesting and in-
spiring talk on "Soul-Saving,"
by Mrs. Lynch, and an enlight-
ening talk' on "Mission Work,"
bv Mrs. .1. T. McCaleb. The talk
by the county president, Mr. L.
A. Ferrcl, was much enjoyed, as
were also the two vocal solos
b\ Mrs. Agnes Dunlap. When
.\irs. Dunlap sings, she stirs the
souls of folks. There's a message
in every* one of her songs.
The president of the Town-
.sliip organization, Clias. Good-
pasture, is to be highly coin
mended for the able manner in
which he handled the work^lt
was a good convention. **
In closing my campaign, i de-
sire to state that if elected, T
will administer tlq duties of
the office impartially, regardless
of cliiss. religion or political af-
filiations, safeguarding the home,
the church, society and your
business and guaranteeing an
efficient and economical admin-
istration while the wheels of
progress roll on we hope with
n fulfillment of the promise of
peace and prosperity for t Ii is-
the greatest of all christian na-
tions. Your ballot, soon to he
cast, will have a part ill the
shaping of our destiny, and it
should be given due considera-
tion :is well as till matters that
ina\ be nffected therebv.
FRANK t. ti EE.
Candidate for County Attorney.
— (Clipper) -—-—
.Mrs. A. C. Illack will be host-
ess to the Women's Study Club
Revival Meeting' Continues at the
The revival meetings at the
Baptist church still continue un-
der the direction of the pastor,
| Rev. T l\ llaskins. The interest
I seems to be increasing daily.
I Everyone is cordially invited to
iattend these services. If you
(are interested in the salvation of
, tlie lost, come join us in our wor-
ship, that we may be strenghten-
led to do more efficient work.
The meetings will
er Sunday. The si
Friday evening. "Found Out
Saturday evening, "A Kings
Folly and What It Costs
Sunday morning- "How to He-
come a Son of God.
Sunday evening, "God's Life
Services begin p/oinptly nf
7:30. Preaching at 8:00. Come,
both saint and sinner.
Vote for c M Wilson for
County Commissioner, lie lias
made an excellent county officer
and his experience will enable
him to conduct the office on an
Now the Time
To buy stock cattle.
To till that silo
j You can make some money on live stock.
(We lost money on the wheat crop.
Last August we loaned a customer $300.00 with which
he bought 16 heifers. Last week he sold the bunch and
cleared $230.00. It cost him nothing to make this extra
profit—he had the pasture and grew the roughness.
Therpby turning the usual dead loss into a net profit.
You can do it,
We make a specialty of cattle loans, large or small. We
try to keep in touch with the market, we cgn advise you
on what to buy. We will back our judgment and our
faith in a good man, by putting up the money to buy the
stackers, if you have the roughness and the ability to
handle stock. Figure with us. Terms to suit. We can
and do help our customers make money.
The Farmers and Merchants
of Hennessey, Okla.
County Depositary Oldest Bank in Kingfisher County
Your Business Is our Busi-
ness. We are ready to
serve you. Our Business
Relations will do us mutu-
John Smith, President H. H Rhodes, Cashier
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