The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1912 Page: 7 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
do matter what your disease If you suffer
from Rheumatism.write, if you suffer from
Kidney Trouble, write. No matter what
you suffer from, write to
53*1 hiid Jefferson htu., Philadelphia. I*a
NOT A PENNY TO PAY
Offer Is Good for the Next Thirty Days
In Saskaiohewan i Western Canada)
800 Bushels from 20 acres
of wheat was the thresher's
return from a Lloyd-
tninster farm in the
•eason of 1910. Many
fields in that ug well as
other districts yield-
ed froir. 25 to 35 bu-
shels of wheat to tlie
acre. Other grains in
ore thus derived
from the lit 1!
uf VVe&tern ( uiutdn.
This excelledt shunIng canoes
prices to advadce. Land values
should double I n ino years' time.
(irnln grow liie.ml\e<l farm-
ing:, cattle mining uiul <lalr> -
lug Hie itII |irolklut>le. I ree
HomeHleiKiMof 160 a<-r«*H are
to he had 111 the very heM
iliHtriets; 1 HO acre | re-eiiiii*
tionh at t#3.00 per aere wltli-
1 ii < ei'lain iii'tUM. ScIhhiIm ami
eiiurcheH In every H«*ttle-
inent, climate unexe«'iled,
Hoi i the richest; wood, water
and liuildlng material
For particular' as to location,
low settlers' railway rates and
descrlptlvo lllnstruted piuuphlet.
"hast Jiest '.Vest," and other in-
formation. write to Sup't of 1 iiimi-
K rat ion, Ottawa, Canada, or to
Canadian (Joveruttiem AguiiL.
W. H. ROGERS
125 W. Ninth St.. Kansas City, Mo.
l'leaso write to the agent nearest you
WORK ON CAPITOL
WILL START SOON
Building Committee Inform Governcf
His Plan Entirely Agreeable.—
Architect to Wait.
Oklahoma City, Okla. Work on the I
state capitol building will be started j
within a very few days from present j
indications, a delegation of members
of the Capitol Building committee in I
forming; Governor Cruce that they will;
be ready at once to turn over to him i
as trustee the sum of $100,000, to
get her with G.'O acres of land.
The committee declared its willing*
ness to allow the governor to proeect |
with the erection of the capitol with
the $10(1,000. The governor is to ac- i
cept the money as trustee for the 1
building company and not for tin 1
state, and in the event of failure by
the legislature to ratify the action ant' j
accept the work already done, tlie loss '
is to be borne by tiic company. A con-
tract to this effect will be signed later
Before actual construction begins, it
will be necessary first to secure plan
for the new building, and since there
is no fund available for this purpose,
the architect also will have to take a
< ha nee on waiting for his money un
til the legislature meets to approve
NOWATA WOMAN SLAIN.
"I am afraid those militant suffra-
gettes are going to give us serious
trouble," said one London policeman.
"They mean business."
"Why do you think so?" inquired the
Tiie deserving poor do not always
deserve to be.
ONLY ONR "IIKOMO (if I NIM .**
That is hAXATIVK IlitOMU Look for
the signal lip' "I K \V. (iKOVK. I .sed the World
Itrer to < ore a (Sold In One Dajr. 26c.
After sympathizing with people who
are in trouble many a man begins to
feel like a hypocrite
"This winter air is nice and fresh,"
said the brisk citizen.
"That's where you are wrong," re-
plied the man from Chicago. "It's the
same old air; it. only seems fresh be-
cause it has been in cold storage."
The marquis of Queensberry, apro-
pos of the long sentence of Foulke E.
Brandt, said at a dinner in New York:
"It reminds me of an incident in
London. A certain peer drove in a
taxicab to Westminster and when he
got out, gave the driver u vnry small
"The driver mistook him for a mem-
ber of the house of commons and
" 'I hope you get turned out next
•lection and don't never get in again!'
" 'Don't worry, my friend.' said the
peer, as he set off for the house of
lords. 'Don't worry—I'm in for life.'"
Body of Mrs. Irene Gehenn Found In
Field—Was Divorce Witness.
j Nowata, Okla. With all the attend-
ant circumstances indicating that she ;
• had been lured from her home at night, ;
forcibly carried away and foully inur-
I dered, the body of Mrs. Irene Ceheen, |
! aged 26, was found in a field one and
a half mile west of Nowata. The body 1
was badly bruised and the head had j
5 been caved in by a heavy blow.
Mrs. Gehenn was advertising man-.
ager of the Nowata Daily Star, and a
j clever business woman. On either side !
i ol the bdoy were found foot-prints of
i men and the ground along the trail 1
they had followed showed evidence of
j Seemingly her heels had sunk deep \
■ into the ground at every step. The
I woman was not robbed or violated.
Associated with the crime is the fact
i that Mrs. Gehrnn was a witness In a!
, divorce suit in a local court recently,
land the police and relatives of the
i dead woman express the belief that by
1 her testimony she may have incurred
> the enmity of persons who sought re- i
| venge. Mrs. Gehenn was a widow I
and is survived by a 3-year-old
What He Wanted to Say.
A teacher who had taken great trou-
ble to impress every detail of the his-
tory lesson upon his class was sadly
disappointed on asking the name of the
king who reigned previous to Queen
Victoria, to find only one hand up-
"Hoys," said the teacher sternly,
pointing as he spoke to the boy whose
anxious desire to impart the necessary
information compelled him to use
strenuous efforts to increase his dimin-
utive stature, "one of your intelligent
little schoolfellows will tell you what
none of you have the brains to know.
Although the youngest in the class, his
is an example that it would be a
credit for many of you to emulate.
Now, then, Johnny tell them."
"Please, teacher, Jim Mills bin and j
runned a pin into me!"
Then the intelligent little boy sat ;
down. London Weekly Telegraph.
Invading the Enemy's Country.
"In pursuance of a plan I have had
in mind for some time," announced
Pastor Goodsole at the close of his
sermon, "I have rented a small room
in an apartment house in a fashion-
able neighborhood and expect to open
a mission Sunday school there on the
first Sunday in May. I don't know,
brethren, where the children who at-
tend it are to come from, if. indeed,
any children attend it at all, but it will
be there all summer, and may be re-
garded either as an opportunity or as
a reproach. We will now sing our
rades and making *i eeches and are
practicing with quoits and baseballs."
Use Allen's Foot-Ease
The antiseptic powder to be shaken in'o
the shoo;* lor tired, ton lor. smarting, ach-
ing, swollen feet. It makes your feet feel
easv pud makes walking a Delight. Sold
everywhere, 2i>e. For tree tri.iI package,
address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Koy, N. Y.
Hospital Experiments With Warts.
Physicians at Hahnemann hospital
in Philadelphia are experimenting fcr |
the removal of warts and advertised
for one hundred men and women
burdened with the blemishes
There has been such a rush of the
wart-laden the hospital bids fair to
become an immense beauty parlor.
LEWIS' Single Hinder 5c cigar;
rich in quality that most smokers i
fer them to 10c cigars.
Faint Hearts and Fair Ladies.
Frost—And the beautiful blonde
married that rich old duffer simply be-
cause lie had valvular trouble.
Snow—Yet still some people say
faint heart never won fair lady.
5Ir?-. WhiBlow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens the ftum*. reduces Inflamma-
tion, allays pain,oures wind colic, 25c a bottle.
Nothing jolts an egotist like the re-
fusal of people to pay any attention to
toe O ra ti,
Wise—The Choral Society should
change it's name to the Chloral So-
Wise—1 went to their concert last
night and it put ine to sleep
to dkivk orr m xi \ui x
X \l> III 111) I I' 111 I SX Ml XI
Take the . Md Standard UltuVKS TAS'l'KLh>S
CHILL TONIC. Vou know what yon are tak in*
l'he form .la Is plainly printed on every bottle.
• bowing It is simply Quinine and Iron in ;i tasteless
form, and the most etie i ual form. Kor gro*n
people and children. bU eont*.
I "My wife can make a tart reply."
"My wife can do better than
I that. She can make a pie speak for
(iarlleld Ten. by purifying I he blood, eradi-
ates Rheumatism, Dyspepsia and many
Always remember to be a gentle-
man—unless you are a woman.
Write For This
20 Beautiful Modern
tells how you c an
get the very latest
efiects on your xx alls.
Contains a sample
, of the Color Plans our
artists will furnish
" you, IRKK, for any
fooms you wish to decorate.
The Beautiful II all Tint
comes in 16 exquisite tints. More artistio
than wall paper or paint at a fraction of
the cost. Kalsominc colors are harsh and
common beside the soft-hucd water color
tints of Alabastine. Absolutely sanitary-
easiest and quickest to use, g«>c fuithest
and will not chip, peel,
54 Grandvlllr Kodd. fund R*pi<h, Mith.
Irw huk flty Drsk 4, 105 V j|rr Street
DON'T FAILto WRITE
FOR THE FREE BOOK
W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 16-1912.
Altogether Too Late Now.
A lady who was anxious 10 obtain a
good general servant applied at an
Intelligence office and was assured by
the proprietor that she had just the
person to suit. A raw boned Irish
woman some fifty years of age came
"Well," said the lady, after a short
conversation, "I would be very glad
to engage you, but—"
"But, what, pray?"
"Well, .vou see, 1 wanted one who is
—who is rather younger."
"An' indade!" exclaimed the xvoman,
folding her arms and glaring Indig-
nantly, "it's a pity the good Lard
didn't make me in the yare to suit
your eonvanience "
One in Three.
It is difficult to mako people believe
that coffee is a poison to at least one
person out of every three, but people
are slowly finding it out, although
thousands of them suffer terribly be-
fore they discover the fact.
A New York hotel niau says: "Each
time after drinking coffee 1 became
restless, nervous and excited, so that I
was unable to sit five minutes in one
place, xvas also inclined to vomit and
suffer from loss of sleep, which got
worse and worse.
"A lady said that perhaps coffee xvas
the cause of my trouble, and suggested
that I try Postum. I laughed at the
thought that coffee hurt me, but she
Insisted so hard that I finally had
some Postum made. I have been us-
ing it in place of coffee ever since, for
1 noticed that all my former nervous-
ness and irritation disappeared. 1 be
gan to sleep perfectly, and the Postum
tasted as good or better than the old
coffee, so xvhat was the use of stick
Ing to a beverage that was injuring
"One day on an excursion up the
country 1 remarked to a young lady
friend on her greatly improved appear-
ance. She explained that some time
before she had quit using coffee and
taken to Postum. She had gained a
number of pounds and her formei* pal-
pitation of the heart, humming in ths
ears, trembling of the hands and legs
and other disagreeable feelings had
disappeared. She recommended me lo
quit coffee and take Postum and xvas
very much surprised to find that I had
already made the change.
"Slio said her brother had also re-
ceived great benefits from leaving off
coffee and taking on Postum. ['here's
Kvrr rend the above letterf A new
one appears from time to time. They
ere genuine, true, and full of human
Women Held on Murder Charge.
1 Hugo, Okla. — .Miss Ethel Nixon, the1
| young woman arrested on a charge of j
j murder in connection with the death !
of her sister's infant at Grant, was
given a preliminary hearing before |
Justice liiard at Grant and at the !
conclusion of the hearing Mrs. .1. W.
Nixon and her daughter, Miss Ethel,
xvere remanded to the district court i
on a charge of manslaughter, and Miss j
Mattie Nixon, mother of the infant al- i
leged to have been killed, xvas also j
held for trial in the district court on |
a charge of concealing the death of j
the infant. These cases grew out of
the finding of the partially decomposed |
1 body of a girl baby, with its skull
crushed, in a pile of brush near Grant I
a fexv days ago.
Gilford Pinchot, at his brother's
house, In Park avenue. New York, lis-
tened quizzically to a political story
that was being submitted to him for
verification by a political reporter.
When the reporter finished his nar-
ratixe Mr. Pinchot laughed and said:
"I'll reply to that as the old Italian
peasant replied to the statement that
his fellow-countryman loved birds too
well ever to eat them:
" 'Well, I don't mind believing that
myself,' the old man said, 'but there's
o good many that wouldn't.'"
Charged With Fraud.
Tulsa, Okla.—Robert IJones of
Bristow, former assistant county
treasurer and banker of Creek county,
xvas the defendant In 15 informations
filed by County Attorney Vic Decker
of Sapulpa, charging him with the il-
legal purchase of county xvarrants. it
is claimed Jones used the county's |
money to buy xvarrants at an illegal
Banner Year for Interurbars.
Oklahoma City, Okla. Not content
j with building interurbans in various
sections of this state, Oklahoma capl-
i tal is going to drop one over into Kan-
1 sas in a fexv xveeks, just to show our
| neighbors to the north xvhat real en-
terprise looks like. The propsoed line
is a northward extension of the Bar-
! tlesvllle-Dewey interurban road from
ilie latter place to Caney, Kansas, just
' over the Oklahoma line, and a distance
of fifteen miles from Dewey. This
makes 140 miles of Oklahoma interur-
ban construction projected for the
summer, apportioned as folloxvs: Enid
North Knid, three miles: Oklahoma
City-Shawnee, 40 miles; Bartlesville-
Yinita, 76 miles; Dewey-Caney, Jg
miles The present promises to be the
banner interurban construction year in
the history of the state.
Fire Causes Death.
McAlester, Okla.—The home of H.
I A. Guess xvas destroyed by fire re-
J cently. His 3-year-old son was so
j badly burned that he died in a short
Brown—I saw a man drop twenty
stories the other day, and It was a
caution the way he swore.
Greene—Sxvear after dropping twen-
Brown—Yes. They were in a mag-
azine he had just bought, and he
dropped it in the mud.—Judge.
PIMPLES ON FACE 3 YEARS
"I was troubled with acne for three
long years. My face was the only part
affected, but it caused great disfigure-
ment, also suffering and less of sleep.
At first there appeared red, hard
pimples which later contained white
matter. 1 suffered a great-deal caused
by the itching. I was in a state of
perplexity when xvalking the streets
or anywhere before the public.
"I used pills and other remedies but
they failed completely. I thought of
giving up when nothing would help,
but something told me to try the Cuti-
cura Soap and Ointment. I sent for
a Cuticura Booklet which I read care-
fully. Then I bought some Cuticura
Soap and Ointment and by following
the directions I was relieved in a few
days. 1 used Cuticura Soap for wash-
ing my face, and applied the Cuticura
Ointment morning and evening. This
treatment brought marvelous results
so I continued with it for a few weeks
and was cured completely. I can
truthfully say that the Cuticura Rem-
edies are not only all. but more than
they claim to be." (Signed) G. Bau-
mel, 1015 W. 20th Place, Chicago, 111.,
May 28, 1911. Although Cuticura
Soap and Ointment are sold by drug-
gists and dealers everywhere, a sam-
ple of each, with 32-page book, will
be mailed free on application to
"Cuticura," Dept. L, Boston.
What is Castoria.
/^ASTORIA is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and
Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief
of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It
regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and
natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend,
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over
30 years, has borne the signature of Clias. H. Fletcher, and has been made under
his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with
and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher:
Dr. Albert W. Kahl, of Buffalo, N. Y., says: "I have used Castoria In
my practico for the past 26 years. I regard it as an excellent Medicine
Dr. Gustavo A. Elsengraeber, of St. Paul, Minn., says: "I hava used
your Castoria repeatedly In my practice with good results, and can recom«
mend It as an excellent, mild and harmless remedy for children."
Dr. E. J. Dennis, of St. Louis, Mo., says: "'I have used and prescribed
your Castoria in my sanitarium and outside practice for a number of year#
and find It to be an excellent remedy for children."
Dr. S. A. Buchanan, of Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I have used your Cas-
toria in the case of my own baby and find It pleasant to tako, and hava
obtained excellent results from Its use."
Dr. J. E. Simpson, of Chicago, 111., says; "I have used your Castoria In
cases of colic In children and havo found It the beBt medicine of its kind
on the market."
Dr. R. E. Eskildson, of Omaha, Neb., Bays: "I find your Castoria to be a
standard family remedy. It is the best thing for Infanta and children I
have ever known and I recommend it."
Dr. L. R. Robinson, of Kansas City, Mo., says: "Tour Castoria certainly
has merit. Is not its age, its continued use by mothers through all these
years, and the many attempts to imitate it, sufficient recommendation?
What can a physician add? Leave It to the mothers."
Dr. Edwin F. Pardee, of New York City, gays: "For several years I hava
recommended your Castoria and thall always continue to do Bo, as It haa
Invariably produced beneficial results."
Dr. N. B. Sizer, of Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I object to what are called
patent medicines, where maker alone knows what ingredients are put la.
them, but I know the formula of your Castoria and advise Its use."
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT.
AVe getable Preparal ion Tor As-
similalmgihe Food andRetjula-
tiiigUie Stomachs andilowclsii
Promotes Digestionflie erful
ness and [(est.Contains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral.
fiectfe of OliinrSVXILrnUW
yfiii*!' Sfttl *
J'. Cu/toiuiA S,ma *
}' I Wa
Aperlfect Remedy for Ccmsfipa-
I ion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Wo r ras ,Convuls ions .Feverish
ness aid Loss ok Sleep.
JtoSimile Signature o
■&20 fiiinrnntcejliiuicrlfc hoodai
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TUB CCNTAUH COMPANY. TT MURRAY RTRttT, N(« YORK CITY.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color more Roodsbrightcrand faster colore than any other dye. One 10c package colors all fibers. They dye in cold water better than anyother dye. Youcari
live any garment xxuhnut npijiiig apart. Wrile far free booklet i low lo Dye. Illeach and Mix Colors. MIINItllt DUUG COMPANY, Uulncy, III.
Oklahoma Negro Fears Lynching.
Oklahoma City, Okla.—Alleging that
if he returned to Pauls Valley he would
be lynched Alexander Jeffrey, a ne-
gro, held for the killing of Deputy
State [enforcement Officer Shlrman at
Pauls Valley, through his attorney, ob-
tained an order from the criminal
court of appeals causing him lo be held
at Norman. Jeffn y xvas captured at
Wynm wood on April 2 and xvas taken
to .\o".-.nn for safe kepirg. It had
be"ti planned to return the prisoner to j
"I gave my wife a check for $1,000
"What was the cause of your liber-
"I knew she'd never have the nerve
to try to cash it."
Since it is worth while to be well, take
tiartletd Tea, Nature's Medicine.
Ambition is a good thing, but don't
fly higher than yon can roost.
The Easiest Answer.
Teacher—Thirty eggs at 55 cents a
dozen is what?
Pupil—It's—it's outrageous, sir.—
Boston Evening Transcript.
Garfield Tea insures a normal action of
Many a married man has a chaperon
in his wife.
"Pink Eye" la Kpirtemlo in the Spring.
Try Murinu Bye Remedy for Reliable Kellef.
Women lean toward mystery, but
men lean toward mastery.
A choice dressing ami preservative for the hair.
refined; delicately perfumed.
Checks dandruff and keeps scalp in healthy condition.
Pomade Vasellno is put up In attractive bottles and in
collapsible tubes. Insist on I'omado VASELINE.
If your dealer does not carry it, write ub.
We will Rico l* triad to wnfl yon Illustrated booklet, S3 pp., deocrlb-
Infg i.tlier choice "Vanellne" preparations for toilet and family uu .
Addresa Dept. E.
Chesebrough Manufacturing Company
17 State Street (Consolidated) New York
Bocauao of those ugly, grluly, gray hairs. Uss "LA CREOLE" HAIR DRE8SINQ. PRICE, #I.OO, retail.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1912, newspaper, April 25, 1912; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105810/m1/7/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.