The Hitchcock Clarion (Hitchcock, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 6, 1920 Page: 5 of 6
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WOOD MEN UNOPPOSED
New Jersey to Send Five of Them to
• Chicaco Convention.
Chicago, April 00.—Five delegate!
from New Jersey are already pledged
to support Leonard Wood for the Re-
publican presidential nomination and
will go to the convention Instructed for
him, us they are unopposed In thq pri-
mary. Pledges not to put up any con-
dldutcH to oppose these five men hav#
been given by the Ks*ex county Repub-
I'lnns huve already been made In
New Jersey to enter a Wood man as
candidate for delegate In every jim-
frlct where the presidential candidate
refuses to pledge himself for Wood,
and from the strength of Wood senti-
ment In the state, all 28 delegates tn
Him convention will support the gen-
WOOD POPULAR WITH PEOPLE
New York Sun Poll In Massachusetts
Chicago, April 00.—A poll conducted
t>y the New York Sun and Herald in
Massachusetts gives unmistakable evi-
dence of the fuct that the people are
for Wood and that the politicians are
The poll of the people gave Gov-
«mor Coolldge, a favorite son, first
choice. Although Coolldge was given
first choice he has announced that he
will not be a candidate. Consequently
(be mantle giving Massachusetts first
choice falls to Wood.
GEORGIA MEN FOR WOOD
Chicago, April 00—CM. William
Cooper EYoctor, chairman of the Leon-
ard Wood national campaign commit-
tee, has received word that Wood has
two more de'egates committed to him
from Georgia. E. It. Beaeher of Bruns-
wick was chosen in the Eleventh dls-
trict as a Wood delegate without a
contest and Dr. B. M. Shernrd of Grif-
fin was ejected from the Sixth dls-
The Fourth Estate lost one of the
cleverest cartoonists In the country
when Larry Semon heard the call «f
the screen. What the newspaper read-
ers lost the motion picture fans gained,
for Larry is now the comedy king. He
writes and directs all of hla features
and never Imitates another. In “The
Grocery Clerk" he Introduces tha ehlas-
The Almighty Dollar.
Bribery has been the downfall of
ttany public men during the course
•f history. Francis Bacon, the greatest
thinker of his age, was ruined by his
eupidity. Lord Chancellor Macclesfield
and Waterbury were destroyed by the
same vice. Benedict Arnold sold a fort
in New York to the enemy for $31,575.
For this same sin Gorgel betrayed
Austria, Ahithopel forsook David and
Jfudas delivered up Christ.
Header For Sale
Ten foot Deering header in
good running order. Also a
20x32 Racine separator in good
tf O. L Schenk.
Uncle Jake Keltenberger
See me for sale dates.
We Pay Cash for
Poultry, Eggs, Hides, and Cream at the
FEED OF ALL KINDS
F. H STANDARD, Prop
kH V >
We are pleased to announce
that we have opened an Oil
station in Hitchcock. We are
prepared to furnish high grade
Gasoline, Kerosene and Lubri-
cating Oils in wholesale quanti-
Good Will Oil Co.
Phone 36 Hitchcock, Okla.
II Advertise it in The Clarion
Extra Pants free
with your new
Come in and let us tell you
it. An extra pair of pants
doubles the life of you suit.
Offer good for limited time
Cleaning and Pressing
R. E. BAIN
At Clarion Office
We are pleased to announce that we are able to offer
Lubricating Oil at wholesale pi ices for tractors and
autos. You don’t have to buy a car load to get it at
wholesale at the Otto E. Weitz Garage. We have a
good supply of oils. Call on us for prices.
Garage and " " Shop
IN C ORPORAXED
“DULL” Durham cigarettes; you roll them
-D yourself from genuine “Bull” Durham
tobacco; fifty from one bag.
No machine can even duplicate your “own”
rolled from genuine “Bull” Durham tobacco.
Good old reliable “Bull”. Always genuine;
since 1865 he’s been everyone’s friend.
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Bain, R. E. The Hitchcock Clarion (Hitchcock, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 6, 1920, newspaper, May 6, 1920; Hitchcock, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1171059/m1/5/: accessed April 25, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.