The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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The "Patrolium" Wagon.
The telephone in police headquar*
"Is this the police Btation?" in-
quired a woman's voice.
"It is." said C. E. McVey, the desk
"Well, I wish you all'd send the pa-
trolium wagon over to Fourth and
Oak streets right away. Ole Bill's
got drunk again and he's Just raising
Cain. And say." the voice added, "if
you all don't send that wagon mighty
quick you all might aa well send a
hearse, 'cause I'm goin' to hit that
fool nigger in a minute."
The wagon made a "hurry" run, but
returned empty a few minutes later.
Tho driver reported that he could
Qnd no trouble.—Kansas City Star.
As a Substitute.
Mrs. Parkway—It must be lonesome
when your husband has to make one
of his long canvassing trips and be
away from home for a week or more.
Mrs. Nexblok—Yes; but Harry is
real thoughtful. He has taught the
parrot to use just the kind of lan-
guage he uses when he'3 about the
A TEMPERANCE WORKER.
Says Pc-ru-na is a Valuable Nerve and
MIS8 BESSIE FAFiRELL.
n/riss BESSIE TARHEEL ion Third
AVA Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., is Presi-
dent of the Younp People's Christian
Temperance Association. She writes:
"Peruna is certainly *a valuable nerve
and blood remedy, calculated to build
up the broken-down health of worn-out
women. I have found by personal ex-
perience that it acts as a wonderful re-
storer of lost strength, assisting- tlie
stomach to assimilate and digest the
food, and building up worn-out tissues.
In my work I have had occasion to
recommend it freely, especially to
441 know of nothing which is better to
build up the strength of a young mother,
in fact, all the ailments peculiar to
women, so I am pleased to give it my
Dr. Hartinan has prescribed Peruna
for many thousand women, and he
never fails to receive a multitude of
letters like tlio above, thanking him
for the wonderful benefits received.
Mdn-fl-lin the Ideal Laxative.
Typical Farm Scene, Showing Stock Raiaing in
Some of t he choicest lands for irrain frrowiiifc.
Block raising ;vnd mixed farininp in the new dis-
tricts of Saskatchewan and Alberta have re-
cently been Opened for-Settlement under the
Revised Homestead Regulations
Entry may now be made by proxy (on certain
conditions), by the father, mother, son, daugh-
ter, brother or Mister of an intending home-
steader. Thousands of homesteads of 1(50 acres
each are thus now easily available in these
great ^rain-growing, stock-raising and mixed
There you will find healthful .climate, good
neighbors, churches for family worship, schools
for y .ur children, good laws, splendid crops,
and railroads convenient to market.
Entry fee in each case is $ 10.00. For pamph-
let, "Last Best West," particulars as to rates,
routes, best time to go and where to locate,
J. S. CRAWFORD,
Wo. 125 W. Ninth Street, Kansas City, Missouri.
Positively cured by
these Lijtiie Pills.
They also relieve Dis-
tress; from Dyspepsia, In«
digestion and Too Hearty
Eating. A perfect rem-
edy for Dizziness, Nau-
sea, Drowsiness, Bad
Taste in the Mouth, Coat-
ed Tongue, Pain in the
Side, TORPID LIVER.
They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Boar
If you wish to color your
hair a beautiful shade
of brown, try
instantaneous hair bestorer
One trial will convince
you. One bottle hair col-
oring sent to any ad-
dress on receipt of 11.25.
P. 0. Sox 125, WifhiUi, Kansc.
"i™ ' Thompson's Eye Water
The Bald-Headed Man.
Ho rubbed the curo-all on his dome,
Massaged it thus and so.
But still, despite the stuff he used,
The hair refused to grow!
He bought a cap that faatenod tight
About his mobile brow.
And then he pumped the ozone out!
Said he: "I've got It now!"
Instead, his thatch got thinner yet.
'Twas shiny as a plate.
lie shaved his head and rubbed it sore-
Alas! No smile from Fate!
He spent a fortune buying cures
That guaranteed to cure.
Some days he knew 'twas coining in
And others, wasn't sure!
At last one day beside the road
He fell asleep, and lo!
A pretty fairy rubbed his head
And made his topknot grow!
With sudden joy he wakened up
To find his dream at fault—
A brindle cow had licked his crown,
Mistaking it for salt!
And still his hair is falling out %
And still lie's buying dope!
[ wouldn't like to have his dome,
But* I'd like to have his hope!
Home Made Deceits.
A pious fraud is reviled of all men.
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Envy is the mother of petty criti-
i£r ☆ ☆
Fidelity bought with money awaits
only a higher bid.
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It is greater to grant a favor than
to receive one.
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The excesses of yesterday rob to-
day of its average.
t"r ☆ ☆
Good fortune and good sense rarely
haul the same driver.
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To-morrow is a fickle jade when it
comes to redeeming her promises.
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An empty stomach would laugh at
the dyspeptic were it not so hungry.
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The fool has no monopoly. All
places are more or less stocked with
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Apprehension has caused more
wakeful hours than all the real
troublts of the world.
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The guest who knows how to make
himself' acceptable to both host and
hostess is always doubly welcome
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Never criticize a friend in public.
Praise him then, and wait for the
privacy of his own room to tell him
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Freedom! Where have I heard that
word before? How can a man be free
under the present system—and pay
38 cents a dozen for eggs?
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One of the best things for removing
hair, superfluous or otherwise, is a
wife with the temper of a bumble-bee
and the execution of a chicken-picker.
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Some men offer help to their fellow
men as the hostler offers oats to a
horse—with a halter in the hand be-
hind the back.
te if it
Oftentimes those we consider our
friends are merely friends of our good
fortune, our pocket-book and our lib-
erality. Misfortune and loss sifts
them away to a few who are constant
Then and Now.
They traveled to Niagara to see the Cave
Twas on their honeymoon!
They thought 'twould be a Paradise
where they could tell their love
And sit around and spoon!
But lo! They heard the thun'drous voice
of Old Niagara
In wild derision mock.
Until he led her from the place, disgusted
with it ali-
ne could not hear her talk!
Since then, ah, many, many times, the
groom has longed to go
And hear the cavern mock—
'Tis said by those who ought to know
sometimes he'd give a lot
To drown this woman's talk'
Indian Town Inklings.
Last Friday Pottawatomie Squa\v>
they went Battle Creek. Sells their bas-
kets in town.
Old Santa Claus he didn't go near in
Indian Town this year.
Sam Nottawa he went to Bradley at-
tending the Christmas day.
Old Meme Shawgoquette he is not been
well for several weeks.
Henry arul Deafy they in among their
trib< during the holidays.
Old Ah-she-da-yah-son his squaw she
fell down from door step. She hurt
Mrs. Julia Owingnoo, of Toquinn. she
arrived last Saturday accompanied by
her sister Mary Pokagon. They tall on
their mother, Mrs. Nezed Mackey.
Me sah-ewh-me-nlck-ake to you meek-
sc -nah-e-gehning Nogum Ke she-guk ah-
pee-ehe pah-to-meeown eh goon email
mu-gwa-york ko-me-mah go-8 or 9 inch
deph emuh shah wa kah-me-gog nie-ewh-
a-sli yak no-go-ke-so-ke-pook.
-A 1 l-SHE-I A-YAH-SON, in the Ath-
ens ^Mich.) Times.
Asleep at the Switch.
Eugene Wilder, veteran editor, ex-dis-
trict clerk, ex-city clerk, clerk of St
John's Parish, was seen walking down
Pearl street this morning in the direction
of .lordinelll's carrying a gallon jug.
Where were the argus-eyed police?—
Boulder (Colo.) Camera.
She didn't know whether she would or
She loved him a little bit, too!
Then all of a sudden she answered yes
To cut out a woman who knew!
use K C
and Good Cooks
make good things to
eat. K C means success
—bake-day success. Sue
cessful cooking means health
K C is the one pure baking
powder that sells at a fair price
and with the following "Money-
Get a can from your grocer. Use it—and if
you do not have lighter, better and more delicious
bakinz. return it and have your money refunded.
Try K C now—you have a surprise in store
—Don't miss another day.
Every can guaranteed.
MARK reoi t
Wilfred was sitting upon his fa-
ther's knee watching his mother ar-
ranging her hair.
"Papa hasn't any Marcel waves like
that," sairi the father laughingly.
Wilfred, looking up at his father's
bald pate, replied, "Nope; no waves;
it's all beach."—Harper's Weekly.
Billion Dollar Grass.
Most remarkable grass of the century.
Good for three rousing crops annually.
One Iowa farmer on 100 acres sold $3,-
800.00 worth of seed and had 300 tons of
hay besides. It is immense. l)o try it.
For 10c and this notice
send to the John A. Salzcr Seed Co., La
Crosse, Wis., to pay postage, etc.. ana
they will mail you tne only original seed
catalog published in America with sam-
ples of Million Dollar Grass, Macaroni
Wheat, the sly miller mixer, Sainfoin the
dry soil luxuriator. Victoria Rape, the 20c
a ton green food producer, Silver King
Barley yielding 173 bu. per acre, etc., etc.,
And if you send 14c we will add a pack-
age of new farm peed never before seen
by you. John A. Salzer Seed Co., La
Crosse, Wis. K. & W.
with Putnam Fadeless Dyes
Application Put on File.
The Needy One—I say, old man,
could you lend me a dollar for a day
The Other One—My dear fellow, tho
dollar I lend is out at present, and I've
several names down for it when it
comes back.—Harper's Weekly.
fir ^ ...... I, .
Mr. Jawback—That boy gets
brains from me.
Mrs. Jawback—Somebody got 'em
from you, if you ever had any—that's
a cinch.—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Those Delicious Lemon Pies.
Tiie kind that "make your mouth wa-
ter" are easily made with no fussing and
at least possible expense if you use "OUIt-
PIE" Preparation. Don't hesitate. Try it
and tell your friends. At grocers. 10 cents.
Everybody is pleased with "OUR-PtE."
"Put up by D-Zerta Co., Rochester, N.Y."
No man realizes how silly it is possi-
ble for him to be until his love letters
are read in a breach-of-promise suit.
Digestive Difficulties? Headache? Sal-
low complexion? The remedy is Garfield
Tea, the Herb Laxative. Write for sam-
ples. Garfield Tea Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.
If wishes were coul heaps we'd none
of us freeze.—Detroit Free Press.
Sudden Changes of the Weather
often cause Bronchial and Lung trou-
bles. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" al-
lay throat irritation and coughs.
There is only one key to success,
and that is perseverance. Let noth-
ing daunt you and, if really in earnest
and resolved to conquer, you must
PII.ES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DATS.
PAZGOINTMKNT is guaranteed to cure any case
of ltcblng. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles In
B to 14 duys or money refunded. We.
If a young man sits half the time on
a hot stove and the other half on a
cake of ice it's just like being in love.
Mr*. Wln.low's Boothlnjr Syrnp.
I For children teething, noftt-u. the Kurii, rrrluceB In-
ttftmmtttlou, allays puln, cureu wind colli;. 25c a pottle.
It is her winning ways that often
enable a woman to get the better of a I
man in the matrimonaial game.
Write for free Booklet "How to Dye, Bleach and Mix Colors."
Color double quantity of goods —and better for saino price of
ordinary dye At your druggists, 10 cents, or sent on receipt of price.
Monroe Druii Company, Quincy, Illinois
WANT YOU TO GET the most liber.!
proposition ever made on a gasoline
engine. It wiTT save you money. When « company
like this, the oldest and biggest exclusive gasoline
engine manufacturers in the country, make such a
proposition, it means something. 1 have placed my pro-
position in the hands of our representatives. Write ta
them or to me, and you will receive it by return
mail. JAS. B. SEACER, Gen. Mgr. Old* Power Co«
The Olds Kngine is the best and cheapest Engine A
, you can buy. It is the simplest in constructioa. ™
most economical to run, will do your work at the
^ smallest expense, and docs Dot cot out of order,
^ / Old, Engines run rropcr!y. are t.
ior imrty years, we are Btai t winter and summer. Tho U. b. Govern-
ment uses thein.
that a big, successful con- r? ^
ic thing, must make Lion t I ail to Writ©
It stands to
cern like this, that makes
that one thing
Our new factory is the most complete and up- tion"at
tr-date engine factory in the United States, representative.
Because of its complete equipment we can build i . . ..
engines of tho highest efficiency at the very ? ?-u ,y, anv ot,?er en*,n« unt,! T.oa hav*
lowest cost. ®ot I'beral proposition. It u something un-
new catalogue and the liberal propoaf*
. Address the home office or any
That is why we can give you a durable, simple,
•trong, highest-grade, perfect-working, long-
lived engine at a low price.
This liberal proposition is the crowning reason
on top of a lot of good common sense ones, why
you should buy an Olds Engine and none other.
We Ho ve Any Kind of an
Engine You Want
Our new catalogue tells about them In detail.
I especially want to call your attention to our
Hopper Jacket Engine on skids or wheels, s to
12 h. p., which is ready to run when you get it.
Fill it with gasoline, throw on the switch, turn
the wheel—that's all. No piping to connect,
nothing to set up, always ready, can be moved
usual. You certainly want to know about it.
OLDS GAS POWER CO.
Home Office. 967 Seager St., Lansing, Mich.
Boston. 69-75 Washington St.. N.
San Francisco. Cor. Jessie and EckerSts.
Kansas City. 1 236 W. Eleventh St.
Omaha, 1025 Farnum St.
Binghamton. N. Y . 23 Washington St.
Minneapolis. 313 S. Third St.
Portland. Ore...80 Seventh St.
Elgin. 111.. 26-34 River St.
Houston. Tex., 511 Travis St.
Miami, Fla.. C and Thirteenth St.
Philadelphia, 181 o Market St.
To insure prompt deliveries, we carry a full lino
of Engines and parts with our repiesentatlve*
Clear white clothes are a sign that the
housekeeper uses Red Cross Ball Blue.
Large 2 oz. package, 5 cents.
It is possible to smile and smile and
be a hypocrite still.
NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER
THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT.
Lewis' Single Binder costs more than
other 5c cigars. Smokers know whv.
^ our dealer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, ill.
Some silence may be golden, but
much of it is ironical.
ONLY ONE "IJROMO QUININE"
Tint la LAXATIVE BK0MO QUlNINK. Look fot
the signature ot K. W. (.HOVE. Used the Wjrld
over to Cure a Cold in One Lay. 2i c.
Young: None think the great un-
happy but the great.
EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE
PEPPER PLANT TAKEN
DIRECTLY IN VASELINE
DON'T WAIT TILC THE PAIN
COMES—KEEP A TUBE HANDY
SURE> SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAIN —PRIPF 1
—IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES MADE OF PURE TIN—AT ALL DRlirrt^TQ awr*
DEALERS, OR BY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF^ 15c IN POSTAGE^ ITAMPS
A substitute (or and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and will not
blister the most delicate skin. The pain-allaying and curative qualities of tho
article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at once, and relieve Head-
ache and Sciatica. We recommend It as the best and safest external counter-
!i n' Du°Wn' °^s an ex,ernal "medy for pains in the chest and stomach
and all Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gouty complaints. A trial will prove what
we claim for it, and It will be found to be invaluable In the household and for
children. Once used no family will bo without it. Many people say "it Is
the best of all your preparations." Accept no preparation of vasellno unless
the same carries our label, as otherwise It is not genuine.
Send your addros. and we will mall our Vaseline Booklet describing
our preparations which will Interest you
17 Stale St. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. New York City
Nerve Prostration is one of the great troubles that come to weak women, as
a result of neglected womanly ills. Pain acts on your nerves, like rust on steel, and
they simply go all to pieces. You can't buud rusty steel back again, and some-
times }ou ttin t rei^w your nerves, so it's best to begin in plenty of time to take
Wine of Cardui
It will build up the resistance of your nerve substance.
Mrs J. Bennett, of El Paso, Tex., writes: "I suffered from pains in the
fervo.us prjS^ra^i?D:, -After being laid up for three weeks, I took Car-
V 11 n' health. Try Cardui. Sold by druggists, everywhere.
WRITE FOB FREE BOOK
y.rtte fbr Fn*64-pqy Book Women, flvln* lymptomi, cauaea, home treatment and
valuable hinta on diet, exercnea, etc. Sent free on requeat In plain wrapper, by mall
Medicine Co. Chattanooga, Tcnn.
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Miller, C. H. The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1908, newspaper, March 19, 1908; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105595/m1/3/: accessed March 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.