The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 4, 1912 Page: 7 of 8
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IOWA WOMAN !|0KU1M1 NEWS
NO DEARTH OF CANDIDATES.
700 File for the August Primaries in
Oklahoma City, Okla. Approximate-
ly 700 candidates have filed with the
state elect ion board for the 1 state,
■ congressional and legislatice district
Ottumwa, Iowa. —''For years I was offices to be voted on in the primary
*. _..*r r *,,^...1^ .,1.wt imi nf Anfflist The til
Freed From Shooting Pains,
Spinal Weakness, Dizziness,
by Lydia E. Pinkham's
almost a constant sufferer from femaia
trouble in all its
shooting pains ali
over my body, sick
everything that was
horrid. I tried many
doctors in different
v . parts of the United
iSL States, but Lydia E. j
ble Compound has done more forme than
ail the doctors. I feel it my duty to tell
you these facts. My heart is full of
gratitude to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
table Compound for my health." — Mrs.
Harriet E. Wampler, 524 S. Ransom
Street, Ottumwa, Iowa.
Consider Well This Advice.
No woman suffering from any fcrnj
of female troubles should lose hope un-
til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham a
Vegetable Compound a fair trial.
This famous remedy, the medicinal in-
gredients of which are derived from
native roots and herbs, has for nearly
forty years proved to be a most valua- ,
ble tonic and invi.frorator of tlie fe-
male organism. Women everywhere
bear willing testimony to the wonderful
virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
If you want special advice write to
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (conn-
dent ial) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, rend and answered by a
woman and held in strict confidence.
KEEPING BABIES IN HF.ALTK
Success of. Tent Scheme Last Sum-
mer So Pronounced That It
Will Be Repeated.
Mothers of little babies that suffered
much from the intense heat in the
early part of July last summer will bo
Interested in the success of the baby
tent" scheme adopted in some of the
The tents are placed on flat roofs of
election of August. 'I he filings have
been closed and the last day saw a
rush of candidates for all of the of-
fices save the senatorial. For the
three congressmen at large, thirty
Democrats and thirteen Republicans
are on the list.
The only candidate on the Prohibi-
tion ticket was Thomas P. Hopley of
Enid, for congress from the First dis-
trict. He was an independent candi-
date for governor two years ago.
H. L. Storm of Wagoner is an inde-
pendent candidate for congress from
the Third district, but his name will
1)0 reserved for the general election
since there is no independent party in
1 Followers of Taft abandoned their
intention of filing candidates for pres-
i idential electors. This decision was
! reached following a conference of Taft
people, as to divide the general vote
I woud injure the party's chances.
An application came in from E. L
I Persons of Chickasha as a progressive
candidate for congressman at large.
The election board has not determin-
ed what will be done with it.
A resolution adopted by the state
election board directs the secretary to
arrange the names of candidates on 1
the ballot alphabetically, which is the
rule followed since statehood.
Bankers To Help Farmers.
Oklahoma City, Okla.- Nine coun-1
■ ties and sixteen towns were repre-
! sented at a meeting held in Musko-
j gee the other day to outline plans that
! will tend to increase the agricultural
1 prosperity of that section of the
state, and attending which were a
| large number of bankers and whole-
I salens. Committees were named to
I work out the plan to embrace a cam-
j paign of education in crop culture
| and co-operating in which will be tlie
| state board of agriculture. It is
planned to have bankers in making
loans exact as a condition that the
farmer securing the money will
LANDLORD KNEW iVt OAME
Ipared Hla Tenant tha Et maratlon
of tho Time-Honored wi'd
"I have called to collect the rent,"
laid the landlord.
••Yea," replied the lady of the ho 'oe,
"come in Now, before 1 gi^e ^
the money this month, 1
i "Just a minute, madam," said the
larbdlord "1 can save time for you.
I know the parlor isn't tit for a pig
to live in, the dining room wall paper
Is a shock to people of retinement. the
kitchen walls are a disgrace, and the
back porch 1a a menace to life and
limb. I'm also aware that you wont
stay here another month unless the
ha IXT-shop wallpaper In the back bed-
room is changed to something In a
delicate pink, and I'm next to the fact
that you're ashamed to have people
look at such gas lixtures as 1 have pro-
vided. I'm going to paint the front
and back porches and let It go at
"Thank you very much," said tlie
lady meekly. "You have saved me a
lot of'trouble. That is all we really
expected to have done, but 1 was
afraid ihat 1 should have to make the
nam" old bluff to get that much out
of you."—Detroit Free Press.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
Above the Laws.
Some men think money can do any-
thing. A certain rich man sent for the
doctor, who looked him over and then
"You have been living too high.'
"Ma;be 1 have. There sre many '
good tilings 111 the markets."
"No levity. You have violated na
ture'a laws, and you must pay the
"Pay the penalty? Oh. come now,
Doc Can't you get r*e off on a tech-
nicality or something?"
Didn't Know What It Was.
Senator Duncan tT. Fletcher was
condemning at a dinner in Jackson-
ville an orange grower who had failed.
"The man failed," he said, "through
Ignorance. He lays the blame on other
things, but his ignorance alone is at
fault. He is as ignorant of orange
farming as the tramp was of Industry.
"You've heard of that tramp, per-
haps? He wore on his face a sneer of
derision and scorn
" 'Work?' he said. 'Work? What is
- . . | plant so much of this land to kaffir
tall buildings and in open lots, wit i This is the old Butler county,
eight little cradles or cots in eac> R scheme, modified to local
tent. When all was ready mothers '
of babies under two years were invited _
to leave them at the nearest available |
tent over night, so that the >oung-
sters, in addition to enjoying the privi-
lege of sleeping out of doors, coulu 1
also receive the attention of traiued
nurses and doctors free.
Some ot the tents have a perforated
Iron pipe extending along the ridge
pole and connected with the city water
supply. On very hot nights the w;ater
was turned on and allowed to stream
down over the canvas. Iiy evapora-
tion it greatly reduced the tempera-
ture inside the tents. Some of the
tents were also kept cool by the use
or large blocks of ice in tubs before
the entrance. Electric fans blew the
cold air from the ice into the tent*
sufficiently to keep the babies comfort-
This is the way some of the poor
babies are being cared for, but the
Ideas could be utilized by anyone who ;
had the welfare of the baby at heart.
"Do you keep motoring accesso-
ries?" asked the man entering the de-
"Oh, yes," replied the floorwalker,
with a bow, "we keep arnica ana
witch hazel. Drug department, second
aisle to the left, please!1'
Getting things without paying for
them is some men's idea nf ectninit
Oklahoma Militiamen Elect.
Guthrie, Okla.—Major Hugh Scott of
Guthrie was elected president of the
Oklahoma National Ouard Officers As-
sociation at a meeting here during the
regular army school of instruction.
Other officers elected were: Captain
Winfield Scott of Enid, vice president;
Captain W. A. Harry B. Gilstrap of
Chandler, secretary; Captain W. A.
Green of Muskogee, treasurer; Colonel
Koy V. Hoffman of Chandler, and Cap-
tains A. L. Emery of Watonga, R. F.
McArthur of Tulsa, William Hutchin-
son and E. It. Waite, executive commit-
tee. Lieutenant J. H. Culllson and
Captains E. J. Bolend, W. A. Green,
V. M. i-ocke and Ross R. Way, legisla-
Adultery Hearing Postponed.
Alva, Okla.—The hearing of J. J.
Rodden and .Miss llertlia Brown of
Waynoka, charged with adultery, was
postponed until July 1*>. lhe state
| will summon as its chief witness, the
wife of Kodden who is said to live in
Record Oil Well at Tulsa.
Tulsa, Okla.—Much excitement was
occasioned here by the strike of what
may be the greatest gas well drilled
in this state a few miles from this
city. It is estimated at 40,000,000
A Field of
in the glory of its growing?
The best part of selected
pearly white Indian Corn
is useel m making
This food is carefully
cooked-in a factory that
i3 clean and spotless—not
a hand touching it at any
stage of the making.
Post Toasties with cream
and a sprinkle of sugar are
an ideal dish. Serve some-
times with fresh straw-
"The Memory Lingers"
Sold by Grocers
Po«tnin Cereal Company, l-td.
Battle Cr*«k, Mich
Self Defense Plea of Garners.
I Muskogee, Okla.—The three Garner
I brothers, arrested for the shooting of
I Boney Shoeniake and son Noah, near
| Gritts, made a plea of self-defense
when placed in the county jail by Dep-
! uty Sheriffs Hefley and Parker of
| Webbers Falls. According to the story
' told by the young men, the elder Shoe-
j make started the trouble by rising In
I his buggy "and starting to shoot. They
were unarmed, excepting Joe, who re-
turned the fire and soon placed the
Shoemakes on the defensive. He shot
Boney through both legs and then shot
Noah through the body. The condition
of Noah is said to be critical. The
Garners offered no resistance when of-
ficers came to arrest tlieni.
burning itch was cured
"I deem it my duty to tell about a
cure that the Cuticura Soap and Oint-
ment have made on myself. My trou-
ble began In splotches breaking out
right in the edge of my hair on the
forehead, and spread over the front
part of the top of my head from ear to
ear, and over my ears which caused a
most fearful burning itch, or eczema.
"For three years I had this terrible
breaking out on my forehead and
scalp. I tried our family doctor and
he failed to cure It. Then I tried the
Cuticura Soap and Ointment and used
tbem for two months with the result
of a complete cure. Cuticura Soap j
and Ointment should have the credit
due, and I have advised a lot of peo-
ple to use them." (Signed) C. D.
Tharrington, Creek, N. C., Jan. 26,1911.
Itching Scalp—Hair Fell Out.
"I will say that I have been sufler-
ng with an itching on my scalp for
the past few years. My hair fell out
in spots all over my head. My scalp
started to trouble me with sores, then
the sores healed up, and crusts
formed on the top. Then the hair fell
out and left mo three bald spots the
1 shape of a half dollar. I went to more
than one doctor, but could not get any
; relief, so I started to use the Cuticura
Remedies. I tried one bar of Cuticura
Soap and some Cuticura Ointment,
J and felt relieved right away. Now the
bald spots have disappeared, and my
hair has grown, thanks to the Cuti-
cura Soap and Ointment. I highly
1 recommend the Cuticura Remedies to
all that are suffering with scalp trou-
ble." (Signed) Samuel Stern. 236
Floyd St., Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 7,
1911. Although Cuticura Soap and
Ointment are sold by druggists and
dealers everywhere, a sample of each,
with 32-page book, will be mailed
free on application to "Cuticura,
Dept. L, Boston.
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
A\e gctable Preparation for As
similaiing the FoodantlRctfula
ling (lie St'omaclis anlliuwotsof
Pronto les Di£estion.Cke rW
ness and Rest.Contalns ncitlw
Opium.Morphnte nor Mineral.
Clnrith>! Sl/prr •
blitoorrai t 'la
Aperfecl Remedy forConsflps-
Hon. Sour Stomach.Dtarrlioca
ness uudLoss or SUilii*
facsimile SiCna'""1 of
Juarantcei under the Wg
Tho Kind You Have Always Bouplit, and "which ha .been
in uso for over 30 year,, has borne tho ^nature of
and has been niado under lm per-
sonal supervision sine© its infancy.
Allow no ono to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations ami "Just-as-good*h««
Experiments that trifle villi and endanger the he alt 1. of
Infants and Children—Experience against ExpcilmcuU
What is CASTOR!A
Cnstorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pare-
jrorie, l>rops and Soothing Syrups. It is 1 leasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other
substance. Its age is its guarantee, i t destroys ^ ormi
and nlinvs Fevcrishness. it cures Dlarrhu a. and ^ '
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubl-s, cures tonstlpatlo iL
and Flatulency. It assimilates the 1 ood, regulates tiio
wVL" .. and iVowels, giving healthy and natural Bleep.
The Children's Panacea—'The Mother s 1 riend.
GENUiNE CASTCRIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
Needed No More Help.
An American gentleman pot
quainted with a Frenchman who was I
very anxious to acquire the English \
language. The American in order to j
Velp him said that if lie would send I
his exercises to him he would willing-
ly correct them.
Nothing was heard from the French-
man for some time, but finally a letter
came couched in the following choice
"In small time I can learn bo many
English from hla text-book and her
dictionary as I think I will to come tit
the America and to go on the scaffold
Mr. Spat—Now, If you'll just listen
Mrs. Spat—Oh, yo'J can't convince
Mr. Spat—Probably not, but if we re
going to Bpend the rest of the
night In argument I want my shale of
The Shorter Route.
Lady Duff-Gordon, at a luncheon at
Sherry's in New York, told an anec-
dote apropos of the dlvo/ce evil.
"Two girls," she said, "were chat-
ting over a cocktail and a cigarette. ^
1 " 'Marriages are made In heaven,'
i said the first girl, and she blew a
| cloud of smoke into the air and re-
garded it with dreamy eyes.
"The second girl with a light laugh
"'Yes, that is true; but, thank
goodness, to unmake them we have
to go only as far as Reno.' "
Easy to Cut the Price.
A man went into a butcher's shop
and asked how much sausages were
"Ah," said the butcher, "der brice
vas gone ups. I shall haf to sharge
you tventy-flve cents."
"Nonsense!" exclaimed the custom*
er, "that is outrageous. I can get
them at Schmidt's for twenty cents."
"Veil, vy didn't you?"
"Because he was out of them."
"Oh, veil," replied tho butcher, "if
I vas oudt of 'em. I'd sell 'em for tven-
ty cents, too."
Four Dollars for a Cake of Soap.
Soap has never been considered an
extravagance, but now that notion
may change, since the new trench
imported soaps are costing from two |
to three and four dollars a cake. They |
are, however, deliriously scented, and
one may take pardonable pleasure in
using such toilet article, hacli cake
conies In a little box, and Is satin
covered; they are quite a suitable Item
for the traveling bag of the bride, for
which the most exquisite trifles are
always sought out.
Only One Fault to Find.
Lambert Kaspers, Chicago attorney,
told the following story, at a recent
Y. M. C. A. banquet.
A Kansas farmer, a Dane, applied
for naturalization papers, lhe judge
asked him: "Are you satisfied with
the general conditions of the coun-
"Yas," drawled the Dane.
"Does the government suit yon?"
queried the judge.
"Yas, yas, only I would like to see
more rain," replied the farmer.
That Was Different.
A stern father who had repcatelif
told a young man who was paying his
addresses to his daughter not to visit
the house again without his permis-
sion, which he never intended to give,
was surprised when lie answered a
ring at the doorbell late one evening
to see the young man waiting on the
1 Sir," said he in anger, "didn't I tell
you not to call again, eli. sir?"
"Yes," said the young man
know, but I didn't call to see your
laughter. I came on behalf of our
firm about that little bill."
•■oh— er—er—" stammered the stem
father, "call again, will you?"
Willing to Dye.
Ella—Aro you afraid to die?
Stella—Not If 1 feel that the colol
I is becoming to me.
' T EW18' Single Binder costs more tha
I Other r>0 cigars. Made of eitrm quality
A girl may laugh at love, but lat *
she may realize that there is nothing
bettei to cry on than a man's shoul-
A poptRl curd to Garfield Tea Co., brook-
lyn, N. V asking for sample will repay you.
The mail who sings his own prals«
seldom gets an encore.
Make your failure tragical by the j
earnestness <>f your endeavor, and
then it will not differ much from suc-
THE tonic properties of this
rootbeer have made it a
househo'd word. Delicious as a
beverage, good for the blood.
The bes'. spring drink.
On. P.tk.ni. m.k.i a g.llon. It too' «"> «
I,n't .uppa. a. ■ ui m«u • p*° -
ag6 on rgcclpv of 28c. ! *• hl«
I THE CHARLES E. HIKES COMPANY
1 Wr ile lor 255 N. Bro d St.. Philo<UlphifcP«.
I premium «***
Clothes Cleaner Dies From Burns.
Guthrie, Okla.—Van Ferguson, who
) conducted a clothes cleaning shop at
I Roosevelt, Kiowa county, received
burns from which be died seven hours
later. A gasoline stove exploded, ig-
niting his clothing. Ferguson rolled
on the floor until the flames were ex-
tinguished, hut he had received fatal
Makes a Difference.
"As you see, it is a badge demanding
votes for women."
"You wearing such a badge?"
"But you always told ine you could
never see any reason for women's suf-
"Yes; but I didn't know it was go-
ing to become a rather stylish fad.'
A Changed Man.
Mrs. Knagg—You were a different
man when I married you.
Mr. Knagg—I sincerely hope so, for
then I was a fool.
Indians Refused Sun Dance
Guthrie, Okla—Deforest \ntelopfl
and seven other Cheyenne Indian sub-
chiefs returner the other day from
Washington, where they went two
weeks ago to secure permission for
the restoration of the sun dance and
other aboriginal religious ceremonies,
and also the use of the peyote as a
tribal medicine. In reply, Conimis
sioner Valentine of Indian affairs, says
the sun dance and the use of the drugg
U forever barred bjr stotut*
TO OR.VEOt'T JtnAmAT„E M
Tako tho Old Standard UUOVM'tJ TAHTKLH88
CHILL TONIC. You know what you ur taking.
The formula ts plainly printed on frery bottle,
i ho wing It Is simply yuln10'" nntl Ir"n l,1£ t*«tele«i
form, and th« most effectual form, bor grown
people and cln ldrun, 50 cents.
I It's difficult for the average man to
understand why some women are Jeal-
I ous of their husbands.
"How," said a lawyer to a witness,
"how can you possibly bear such tes-
timony against this man who you say
is your friend?"
"Sir," said the man, "he is my
friend, and I love him, but I love Truth
"You should he ashamed," replied
the lawyer, "to turn your hack on a
friend for one who is a perfect stran-
ger to you."
"Why do you avoid Mrs. Wombat?"
"I think she's been talking about
"Nonsense. I'm with her constantly,
and I've never heard her say a word."
"Well, there's no telling when she'll
begin. She moved Into the house we
moved out of."
The Paxton Toilet Co. of Boston.
Mass., will stnd a large trial box of j
Paxtine Antiseitlc,.a delightful cleans-
ing and germicidal toilet preparation,
to any woman, free, upon request.
"Son, I hoj>« you are engaged to a
"Oh, she's very practical, dad. She
drives her own car. and she can take
a motor apart as well as any expert in
Urn. Wtr Soothing Syrup for Children
IP.thlnif. suftenM tlie gumi, reilncea InlUmni.i
tlou, allays pain.ourss wind coltc. 2!>c a bottle.
Children who have been brought
up as pets may never get. over being
PERFECT HEALTH. ^
Tutt'a Pills keep the system In perfect order«
They regulate the bowels and produce
A VIGOROUS BODY.
Remedy for sick headache, constipation.
DAISY FLY KILLER f,';£ S
file*. Neat, clean of
cheap. Latta all
over; will not soli «■
Injurs auyth I tig.
Sold by dealer**
0 lent prepaid for 1%
Garfield Ten, the Natural Laxative Is made
entirely of carcfully selected pure herbs.
HAROLD 80MEM. 160 Dslalb Brooklyn,
'EYEWATER .lad llooklaTtMl
JUU.N L. THOMPSON SONS *CO.. Tror. N. 1,
If vou would discover a woman's I _ ,al„
weakness, keep quiet and listen W. N. WICHITA, NO. 26-19U.
When you are expecting an oppor-
tunity It Is sure to miss the boat.
If there was a tax on stupidity the
wis© guys would all be tax dodgers.
Tears ago Garfield Tea was Introduced
and since its appearance has won hearty ap-
proval because It does what is claimed for it.
One way to avoid spending money
foolishly Is to not have any^
Vou Look Prematurely Old
B•cause of thoee ugly, giiuly. (ray heire.
CREOLE" HAIR DRESSING. PRIOI, SI.OO. retail.
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