The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1911 Page: 7 of 8
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cut ron lutiNin,
l)e Quiz—Are you In favor
•afe and sane Fourth of July?
De Whli—No; let the boys have
til the giant firecrackers they want.
De Quiz—But such things are dan-
De Whiz—I know It. I haven't any
MOB LEADERS ARE ARRESTED
Twenty-Two Men Arrested Charged j
With Participating in Porum Mob.
.Muskogee, Okla.—Twenty-two men |
came in one train, all under indict i
inent charging them with inciting riot |
ar participating in the mob at Porum, !
when the home of Pony Starr was at- j
tacked and three masked men were |
killed by Starr and Joe Davis. The
indictments were returned by special !
I fraud jury called to investigate the
I It was feared that troublue would
arise when these arrests were made, !
j but Sheriff Weisner used a little ;
| finesse He sent a single deputy J
-j sheriff to Porum with all the war-
i rants. This deputy merely called up-
j on the indicted men on the telephone
nnd told them to meet him at the st -
| tion and to go to Muskogee. Thoso j
he could not reach by phone he sent HIRAM CARPENTER'S WONDER-
AS T0MM1E UNDERSTOOD IT
Figure Out for VourMlf Juet Whit
Had Been Done With That
One year, in a certain town In
Maine, a tax was levied on dogs for
the first time. It caused quite an ex-
citement among the dog owners, as
many of them had dogs good for noth-
ing except for pets.
So the next year an article was In-
serted in the town warrant to repeal
the dog law. All interested attended
came home his chil-
a pet dog, met him,
the result. Mr. W.
Rest for Tuberculosis Patients.
Dr. Joseph H. Pratt of Bostqn, who I
was the founder of the first tubercu- j
losis class in the United States in the ,
Emmanuel church in Boston, claims ]
that in the treatment of tuberculosis 1
absolute rest, often in bed, must be j
extended over a period of months, be- j
fore the consumptive should take any j
exercise. He says: "Prolonged rest
In bed out of doors yields better re- j
suits than any other method of treat- ;
ing pulmonary tuberculosis. Patients
will have a better appetite and take !
more food without discomfort and
gain weight and strength faster than [
patients with active disease who are
allowed to exercise. Complications
are much less frequent. When used
In the Incipient stage recovery Is
more rapid and surer."
Tl'n. TRUTH ABOUT BLUING.
Talk No. 9.
This common article fools many.
Think of It, large bottle, little pinch
nf blue, fill It up with water. There
jiou are. Does it look good to you?
Buy RED CROSS BALL BLUE, a
<rare blue. Makes beautiful, clear,
white clothes. . You will like it.
Large package 5 cents. ASK YOUR
word to and when the Muskogee train
pulled into Porum, the twent.v-two in-
dicted men were at the station, ready
to come in and give bond. Their bond
was placed at $1,500 each.
One ot the Indicted men is J. M.
McClure, a minister. The charge
against him is inciting riot. The
others indicted are Charles Terrell,
Fred Oliver, I>an Coody, Ben Morgan,
Charles Brooks, T. L. Hester, Webb
Easton, (leorge Stout, Jesse Maxwell,
Charles Evans, Lon Baker, Ben Gra-
ham, Jim Childers, Gilbert Nicholson
Claude Hitching, A. M. Mull ins, T. W.
Brashears, Barney Call, Bill Redding
and Jack Reagan.
He Did Kick the Bucket.
| Guthrie, Okla.—Standing on an
mpty candy bucket while he fasten-
ed the rope around his neck and the
| other end to a rafter, George Weis
hann, aged 84, and a wealthy confec
I tioner, then kicked the bucket away
' and committed suicide at Purcell. He
; hud been a member of the Odd Fel-
When Mr. W
drcn, who had
eager to hear
"Well, boys! they have repealed
the dog law."
Little Tommie, four years old,
catching the words from his father
and entering Into the spirit of the
j occasion, rushed in to where his
grandpa sat reading, and shouted:
"Grandpa, they have peeled the law
| "Have what?" asked grandpa.
"They have peeled the dog."
"What did they do with the peel-
ing?" asked grandpa.
I have been afflicted for twenty "Don't know. I'll ask papa," and
years with an obstinate skin disease, i he ]eggej it for the door
called by some M. D.'s. psoriasis, and ! "Papa, what did they do with the
others leprosy, commencing on my j dog-peels?"
The Arctic Explorer—Say, can you
tell me where 1 can find the North
The Eskimo—Nix If I knew I'd
have had It In a museum long ago.
toYoHrGood Health and Pleasure
Come—follow the arrow 'til you Join
the merry throngof palate pleased men
and women who have quit seeking for
the one best beverage because they've
Real ati faction ineveryglau—snap and sparkle—vim
and go. Quenches the thirst—coola like a breeze
A r row think
• f C
THE COCA-COLA CO.
i n g book In,
"I he TiutS
FUL CURE OF PSORIASIS.
j lows' lodge for f>G years. Old age in-
\ firmities caused the act. The only
know nrelatives are a Mrs. Hetledg,
and a Miss Meyer of St. Louis.
"That fell/w cut me out In a very
"Yet you are going to the wed-
"Yes; I may get a chance to soak j land at an average valuation of $5.50
Not An Auto in This County,
Oklahoma City. Okla.—The horse is
'ood enough for Cherokee county as
a means of transportation, according
to the returns from the county to the
state board of equalization, showing
that there is not an automobile in the
county. Elevators and warehouses in
the county are valued at but $75 and
him with an old shoe."
Where the Blame Rests.
Mistress—Oh, dear! I'm afraid I'm
loBing my looks, Nora.
Norh— Ye are not, mum, It's the
mirrors; they don't make them as
good as they used to.—Hcrper'i
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOR1A, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
Signature of (
Iti Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Child Drowns In Park Lake.
McAlester, Okla.—Martha, 12-year-
old daughter of Charles G. Grlsty, a
driver, was drowned in Choctaw pond
in the city park here. The girl was
wadipg and stepped into a deep hole.
The children with her ran for help but
when taken from the water she was
unconscious. She was removed to the
mine rescue station, but efforts to re-
rusticate her failed.
She (with earnestness)—What do
you consider the most subversive of
comfort in domestic realities?
He (with bitterness)—Pillow shams.
TO DRIVE OCT MALARIA
AM) HI I Lit I I' T1II5 SYSTEM
Take tho Old Standard GROVE'S "ASTHI KSS
CHILL TONIC. You know what you are taking.
The formula Is plainly printed on every bottle,
allowing it Ik simply Qulnlno and Iron In a tuste-
less forin. Tho Quinine drives out the malaria
■ tul the Iron builds up the system. Sold by aU
Scalers for 'M yearn. Price 60 cents.
Life is for the most part but the
union of our individual selves.—Cow-
Boy Is Shot by Young Brother.
Hugo, Okla.—The four-year-old son
af Mr. and Mrs. John Steeples, living
near Messer, shot and killed their two-
weeks-old baby with a 22-calibre rifle.
The child was playing with the gun
when it was accidentally discharged.
The bullet passed through the infant'1!
head as it lay sleeping in its crib.
Nashville Has Fire Loss.
Nashville, Okla.—The business sec-
don of Nashville was visited by a $15,-
000 fire, the buildings destroyed in-
cluding the Douglas pool hall, the Ru -
] sell & Givens general merchandise
I store, l/oyd Russell's grocery, Or. Rob.
' erts' office and lx>mon Bras, realty of-
It's Good when the
stomach is bad.
It's Good when the
bowels are clogged.
It's Good when the
liver is inactive.
It's Good in any
TRY A BOTTLE TODAY
Says Railroad Is Assured.
Oklahoma City, Okla.—Chairman
Jack Love of the corporation commis-
sion was notified in a letter from
Prank Kell, who is building the Wich-
ita Kails and Northwestern railroad
that all contracts for the extension of
the road to Woodward have been
signed and deposited in a Woodward
bank. Mr. Kell says this assures the
road for Woodward.
Labor Re-Elect Officers.
Oklahoma City, Okla.—Canvass ol
the referendum vote cast in the an-
nual election of officers of the State
I Federation of Labor has been com-
] pleted, showing the re-election of *ly
I following: C. C. Ziegler, Oklahoma
I City, president; J. Luther Langston
scalp; and in spite of all I could do,
with the help of the most skilful doc-
tors, it slowly but surely extended un-
til a year ago this winter it covered
my entire person in the form of dry
scales. For the last three years I have
been unable to do any labor, and
Buffering intensely all the time. Every
morning there would be nearly a dust-
panful of scales taken from the sheet
on my bed, some of them half as large
as the envelope containing this letter.
In the latter part of winter my skin
commenced cracking open. I tried !
everything, almost, that could be
thought of, without any relief. The
12th of June I started West, In hopes ;
I could reach the Hot Springs. I
reached Detroit and was so low 1
thought I should have to go to the (
hospital, but finally got as far as Lan-
sing, Mich., where I had a sister liv-
ing. One Dr. treated me about
two weeks, but did me no good. All
thought I had but a short time to live.
I earnestly prayed to die. Cracked
through the skin all over my back,
across my ribs, arms, hands, limbs;
feet badly swollen; toe-nails came off;
finger-nails dead and hard as a bone;
hair dead, dry and lifeless as old
straw. O my God! how 1 did suffer.
"My sister wouldn't give up; said, j
'We will try Cuticura.' Some was ap-
plied to one hand and arm. Eureka!
there was relief; stopped the terrible
burning sensation from the word go.
They immediately got Cuticura Re
solvent, Ointment and Soap. I com
menced by taking Cuticura Resolvent
three times a day after meals; had a
bath once a day, water about blood
heat; used Cuticura Soap freely; ap-
plied Cuticura Ointment morning and
evening. Result: returned to my
home In just six weeks from the time
I left, and my skin as smooth as this
«heet of paper. Hiram E. Carpenter,
Henderson, N. Y."
The above remarkable testimonial
was written January 19, 1880, and is
republished because of the perman-
ency of the cure. Under date of April
22, 1910, Mr. Carpenter wrote from his
present home, 610 Walnut St. So.,
Lansing, Mich.: "1 have never suf-
fered a return of the psoriasis and al-
though many years have passed I have
! not forgotten the terrible suffering I
endured before using the Cuticura
Wanted Too Much.
The hansom ordered by a middle-
aged spinster was late, and the cabby
came in for a good rating when he
finally drove up to the door.
"I sJiall probably miss my train,"
the irate "fare" informed him, "and I
shall hold you responsible. I want to
know your name, my man. Do you
The driver clucked up his horse
easily. "You'll make your train ail
right, madam," he assured the woman
Inside. "And I'll let you have me
number If you like. But you can't
have me name. That's promised ter
another young lady."
"Buried them," said papa, laughing.
Tommie rushed back.
"They put um on berries, grandpa!"
"What did they do with the ber-
ries?" asked grandpa.
"Et um, I 'spose!" said Tommie,
Many Dainty Summer Dishes
which do not require cooking during the
hot summer weather can be made from
HARVBERSAtNSowe COLUMBIA RIVER RED SALMON
and it is difficult to name any food of
greater dietary value.
JETT & WOOD GROCER COMPANY, Wichita, U. S. A.
Importers, Wholesale Grocers, Collee Roasters and Manufacturers.
HAVE YOU TRIED PAXTINE
The Great Toilet Germicide?
You don't liava to pay 50c or $1.00
a pint for listerian antiseptics or per-
oxide. You can inako lti pints of a
more cleansing, germicidal, healing
and deodorizing antiseptic solution
with one 25c box of Paxtine,—a sol-
uble antiseptic powder, obtainable at
any drug store.
Paxtine destroys germs that cause
disease, decay and odors,—that is why
It is the best mouth wash and gargle,
and why It purifies tho breath,
cleanses and preserves the teeth bet- i
ter than ordinary dentifrices, and In
sponge bathing It completely eradi-
cates perspiration and other disagree-
able body odors. Every dainty wom-
an appreciates this and Its many other
toilet and hygienic uses.
Paxtine Is splendid for sore throat,
inflamed eyeB and to purify mouth
and breath after Bmoklng. You can
get Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic at any
drug store, price 25c and 50c, or by
mail postpaid from The Paxton Toi-
let Co., Boston, Mass., who will send
you a free sample if you would llk«
to try it before buying.
Church and State.
"If our government is to be endur-
ing It must rest on principles of Jus-
; tice, truth and righteousness, sanc-
| tloned by recognition of a supreme
being whose superintending provl-
i dence watches over the affairs of na-
tions and of men. There Is no offi-
j eial union of church and state in that
country, but there is no antagonism
between the civil and religious au-
i thorlties. Church and state move on
parallel lines. The state holds over
: the spiritual rulers the aegis of Its
protection without Interfering with
rights of conscience. The church helps
enforce civil laws by moral and re-
ligious sanctions It Is the duty of
us all, churchmen and laymen, to
hold up the hands of our president,
as Aaron and Hur stayed up the
hands of Moses."—Cardinal Gibbons.
Harry Nort—I'm going up In an air-
Flatman—Well, drop In on us If
you're passing our way.
'Lize Was "Otherwise at Present."
Sam Jones found Eliza Williams
animatedly talking with Jim Lewis
at a colored baptism. Now, Eliza
was Sam's "best girl," or he reckoned
her that way; so walking up he !
sought to monopolize her attention.
But Eliza, considering the interrup- !
tion unwarranted, wheeled upon Sam j
with, "Yo' will have to 'scure me, I
am otherwise at present."—Frank P.
Fogg, National Magazine.
The time to make the harvest count
Is at the time of plowing and seed-
Diabetes, Brights Disease, Liver Dis-
orders and Bladder Trouble, cause forty
per cent of the deaths in this country.
Nature warns all persons of their ap-
proaching danger and if taken in time
you can prevent your ever dying from
heart disease, diabetes, brights disease,
liver and bladder trouble.
Fifty per cent of applicants for life in-
surance are rejected. Why ? Disorders
which still can be cured.
You insure your life to die. We in«
sure your life to live. We can months
ahead tell you of threatened attacks from
heart disease, etc.
We make a 50% better examination
than any living Doctor or Chemist.
NATIONAL HEALTH BUREAU
311-318 Hartford Bldj, Chicago, IIL
better t h.n cure. Tutf • I'iU. ti Ukrn In tlm.
not only cure, but will prevent
hlllouincsi, constipation and klndreddlij
Judge Parry In the course of a
sketch of his Judicial duties states j
that he has learned to sympathize I
with domestic frailties. "I was once j
rebuking a man for backing up his J
wife in what was not only an absurd j
story, but one in which I could see he i
had no belief. 'You should be more
careful,' I said, 'and I tell you candid- j
ly I don't believe a word of your j
wife's story.' 'You may do as you
like,' he said, mournfully, 'but I've j
LEWIS' "SINGLE BINDER."
you want the
Lest there is, ask
your grocer for_
|lu*l utvWn, afe
trial* kills all
ftlM. Neat, .Iran,
lent,cheap. I^ala all
isaa. Can't spill ov
over, will not toll
Of all 4aal ra ot
tent prepaid lor 20c.
For Storing Grain
Tanks of all Kinds
Write for Catalogue
Columbian Steel Tank Co.
1617 W,12th It., lum City, Ml.
THE RESORT OF THE OZARKS
Yours for health or pleasure. Round
trip tickets on sale daily. A beau-
tifully illustrated booklet free, also
rates and information. Write,
C. D. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager,
M. 4 N. A. B. R.
Eureka Springs Arkansas
pany of t hi a city continues its splendid
progress and now already reports that it
Oklahoma City, secretary and treas | has passed the $000,000.00 mark by a large
A hand made cigar fresh from the
•That bride across the way Is the tab,6i wrappe(j |n (oil, thus keeping :
laziest woman I ever saw. She never j fre8h' untji sm0ked. A fresh cigar ;
floes any work about the house." made of good tobacco is the ideal j
"Why doesn't her husband make : smc)ke. The old, well cured tobaccos j
her?" i USed are so rich in quality that many j
"Oh, he simply worships her." j who formerly smoked 10c cigars now
"That accounts, then, for her lead- j Bmoii6 Lewis' Single Binder Straight j
ing an idol existence." , 5c ]>ewis' Single Binder C09ts the
j dealer some more than other 5c cigars, I
Wichita, Kansas, June 12, 1911.—The | [jUt ^e higher price enables this fac-
Farmers and Bankers Life Insurance Coin j lory t() us0 ex(Ta qua||ty tobacco. I
There are many imitations
McNeill A I
nrer, and A.
W. Bennett, Chcikashn
Driver Is Killed.
Blackwell, Okla.—Fred Colliver,
driver here for the Waters-Fierce Oil
company, was killed when he
margin. The success of this Company is
certainly remarkable and also indicative
of the welcome which Kansans generally
extend to home institutions.
Kidney trouble preys
^ upon the mind, dlscour-
A ages and lessens anibl-
tion; beauty, vigor and
cheerfulness soon dtsap-
YV poar when thp kidneys
ore out of order or diseased. For good re-
sults use Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root tbe
*reat kldnov remedy. At druggists. Sam-
ple bottle by mall frei, also pamwih-t.
Address. Dr. Kilmer A Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
it linn 1-2 of
Hilt I liK, Uwurr, (irral «■■<!, **■.
,ith plnre iSU acre. Tftk>
• ninrte In patents. Pro
. _ tect fourlUfftB. IHirWpuuo l <>nkfr«-a
k i era lti * Co.. Box iv. aalilugiou, L>. li
thrown from his wagon and run over
while the horses were running away,
Asks Missouri for Prisoner.
Oklahoma City, Okla—Governor
Truce made requisition upon the gov-
ernor of Missouri for the return to
Rogers county of Karle C. Waterberry,
charged with obtaining money unde-
false pretense. Waterberry is alleged
to have secured the sum of $200 from
Llpzie Nell upon the representation
that he had money with which to re
deem a note by the Farmers' and
Merchants bank of Claremore, Okl«
Waterberry is held at JopUn. Mo.
You may have noticed that it costs
man a good deal to get in line at
wat ! the political pie counter in this great
and glorious land of the free
LADIF.S CAN WEAR SVIOKS
one else Hmaller after ualuff Allen's PooI-Euka
the antiseptic powder to be shaken Into tu*
shoe* It makes tight or new shoes feel easy.
RifuM substitutes For Free trial package, a<i-
dress Allen 8. Olmsted, Le Hoy, N Y.
Not many lives, but only one have
we; one, only one!—Baxter.
fooled. There is no substitute! Tell |
the dealer you want a Lewis ' Single
STACK and /VlflCHINE
1 Write ua •
. ,. , , PONCA TENT & AWNING COMPANY
don t 1)0 , HOO went Douglas Wichita, Kanssta
m 44 Bu. to the Acra
h a h«ary yl«ld, hnt that's what John Kennedy of
Bdmoutou, Alberta, Wt-Htern I anada, uot from 40
acres of Hprinu Wheat In 11)10 Re ports
from otnerdlstricts In that prov-
ince showed other excel-
lent r«suIts—such as 4,-
| 000 bushels of wheat
| from 1*20 acres, or 83 1-1
' bu. JUT sere. 26,80and 40
bushelylclds wore num-
I erous. As high as ltti
bushel* of oats to the
acre were threshed from
Alberta fluids in 1U10.
Good for a Warning.
Assistant Editor—Here's a poem
from a fellow who is serving a 5-year
term in the eastern penitentiary.
Managing Editor—Well, print it
with a footnote explaining the clr-
rumstanre. It may serve as a warn
ing to other poets.
Mr*. Wtnsiow's Soothtn* rtyrup for Chi Id ret.
tnethinir. softens the (fuuis, reduces Inflamma-
tion. allays yam. cures wind colic, 26c a bottle.
Most sharp retorts
• Highest Class work In College, Academy, Music
and Fine Arts. Commodious Dormitories for
i Men and Women. Expenses low. Next year
opens Sept. 13. HENRY E. THAYER, PRES.
soon pay for their cost
snd sarot heusernion-
ey. We muke them of
ny weight and site
I Send for tree catalog.
' Buy direct from THK
MM.IMtl Tf\T h AWNlXfl FACTORY,tfefcUt. ka . Kit. 1HS7.
The Silver Cup
.. Government fur
Its exhibit of grains .gniases and
Vegetables. Reports of excellent
yields f<>r 1U10 oom« also from
Saskatchewan and Manitoba in
Free liom«*stea ls of 160
acres, and adjoining pre-
emptions of 1«0 acres <nt
S3 per aero) are to be had
In t ne c hoicest districts.
Schools convenient, cli-
mate excellont, soil the
Terr best, railways close at
hand, hulldlnc lumber
cheap, fuel easy CoRet and
reasonable In price, water
easily procured, mixed
farming a success.
Wrlu as to best place for set-
tlement, settlers' low rallwsr
rates, descriptive Illustrated
••Last Best West" (sent free on
application) aud other Informa-
tion, to Sup't of Immigration,
Ottawa, Can., or to tho Canadian
Government Agent. (86)
j. W. ROGERS
126 W. Ninth St.. Ksnsas City. Ms.
I'leaae write to the agent nearest yoa
W. N. U„ WICHITA, NO. 26-1911.
PRICK. SI.OO. retail.
LA ORIOLS" HAIR DRtSSINO
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