The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1912 Page: 7 of 8
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TMi WAY 0I IT.
I FORME KILLED;
EXPRESS PLUNGES INTO PASSEN-
GER TRAIN CARRYING MANY
II HAPPENED IN NEW YORK
Engineer Failed to See Signals—When
He Saw Standing Train, He Threw
on Reverse and Engine
Jlggs—That deaf and durai) woman
••rtalnly Is garrulous.
J*ggB—Is that so?
Jlggs—Yes. When no one Is around
her to talk to she makes her right
k&nd talk to her left.
Melody Sometimes Becomes Malady.
That persons have very diverse Ideas
and tastes In music was exemplified In
an Incident at a pupils' vocal recital
lately. A young woman was having
quite a straggle with a song and one
woman In the audience said to her
•om pan ion:
"Isn't that a beautiful melody?**
The other looked bored and said:
"It sounds more like a malady to
The whale, after parting with Jo-
nah. was gazing after his retreating
"If any one had told me," murmured
the great mammal, bitterly, "that I
would find a man ready to Jump down
my throat, I never would have swal-
lowed It whole."
Garfield Tea purlfle* the blood and clean
(he complexion. Diiuk before retiring.
A man Is Judged by the company
be keeps, and by the cigars he gives
Dickey's Old Pliable Fye-wnter cures gore
or weak eyes. Don't hurt. Feels good.
Many a man looks like a statesman
who 1b not guilty.
You Oweit to Your
Stomach to Keep
It Right With
It wards off age by-
aiding and strengthen-
ing the stomach, cor-
recting liver, kidneyand
bowel disorders, re-
stores appetite, puts
new life in run-down,
Use it Wow for
Corning, N. Y„ July 4.—Forty-one j
persons were killed and between 50 j
und GO Injured In a wreck near hera j
East bound Lackawanna passenger [
train No. 9. from New York, due to)
arrive at Corning at 4:47 a. m., com-1
posed of two engines, a baggage car,
three Pullmans and two day coaches,
was demolished at Gibson, three miles |
east af Corning at 5:25 o'clock this
morning by express train No. 11, due)
at Corning at 5:10 a. m. Many of the j
victims were holiday excursionists, j
bound for Niagara Falls, who had
boarded the train at points along the
The cause, according to the engi-
neer, of the collision, was his failure
to see signals set against his train. The j
morning was foggy and he said he!
could not make them out.
The wrecked train stood on the main j
track blocked by a crippled freight
train. There was no flag out. The
signals Engineer Schroeder declared it
was too foggy to see, were just around
The flying express plunged past
them and crashed into the rear of No.
9, bringing death to nearly two score
of its passengers. The number of
deaths of the wreck tonight had reach-
ed 41, of wlioni but 24 had been iden-
Schroeder, the engineer, had taken
No. 11 at Elmira, 15 minutes before.
It was a few minutes late. The
stretch of track from Elmira to Corn-
ing is fitted for fast running, and
he was sending his train along at 65
miles an hour. No. 9 was supposed to
be half an hour ahead of him. He
had no warning until he made out the
outline of the rear coach of No. -
through the fog. Then he threw
on the reverse without shutting off
steam. The jerk threw the train off
the track and the locomotive plunged
on to splinter the two day coaches
filled with excursionists, and tear
through the last of the Pullmans.
Schroeder said the impact threw him
from the cab and threw him on his
shoulder on the road-bed, practically
The 100 ton monster contini ed its
plunge through the middle of the train,
grinding everything in its path. When
finally blocked by the debris it re-
mained on the roadbed in the midst
of the desolation it had caused while
hundreds of persons rushed in every
kind of vehicle to the scene to lift
and pry the dead and injured from
the tangled mass of wreckage
WHEN it's meal time—
and your appetite is
keen—and you try to think
of some tasty things to eat
—don't tax your mind—
don't fret and fume. Order
Hot or cold, they are
servable in a jiffy, and equal
the imported kind in taste
Once you have learned
their real quality—you will
always want them.
Don't accept a substitute.
Libby's Foods present a wide
assortment, all the acme
of quality and reasonable in
At Every Grocers
First Lawyer—How often was Mr.
Second Lawyer—Can't tell you. The
notices of contests over the estate
have only just begun to come in.
9 oo Drops
Rather an Open Secret.
A very traportunt citizen was drawn
on a Jury, a week or two ago, and I
met him after ho had been discharged.
He seemed to think that he was en-
titled to be on the bench, at the very
"What was your verdict In that
case?" I asked.
" 'The defendant was unanimously
acquitted on the first ballot.'
"'Indeed? And how did yon vole?'
"'That, sir, Is one of the sacred se-
crets of the Juryroom.' "—Cleveland
The young man breezed Into the old
"I met your daughter," he an-
nounced, "at a Fifth avenue reception.
I want to marry her next Friday aft
ernoon at 3:30. She's willing "
The old man turned to his card
"Which daughter?" he asked.
"It's Miss Ethel."
"All right." said the old man.
"Make ft 4:30 and I'll attend the wed-
ding I have an engagement at the
It was ordered. This Is
DAISY FLY KILLER
and killa ail
lliea. Neat, clean or-
cheap. L a ■ t a all
■ • a a o n . II ada of
Detal, can't i vlII or tip
8olc1 by dealers or
" lent pre^lii for II.
BAKOLD 80MER8, 160 X>«£ lb At. , Brooklyn. M V.
Cleans a and beautifies Uia h*t
Promote* a luxuriant growth.
H^er Fails to Reetoru <5mj
Hair to its Youthful Colo*.
Prevent® hair falltug-.
Wolgast Given Decision.
Los Angeles, Cal., July 4.—For
twelve rounds Ad Wolgast and Joe
Rivers fought like catamounts in their
light weight championship battle at
Vernon arena this afternoon. In the
thirteenth there came a blow which
landed low and both boys in an instant
were sprawling and writhing upon
the floor. Wolgast was declared the
winner by Referee Jade Welsh. Th^n
bedlam broke loose—a demonstration
lasting more than half an hour—by i
11,000 excited fight fans, the most re-|
markable feature of which was that it j
was handled throughout by less than
a dozen policemen without violence of
The Two Sexes.
Miss I,lllian Russell, at a birthday
supper In New York, was congratu-
lated on her unfading beauty and on
her high spirits.
Miss Russell, laughing gaily, re-
"A woman Is as happy, you know,
as she looks pretty."
"And a man?" said her interlocutor,
"Oh, a man," she answered, "is as
happy as he feels important."
On Land and Sea.
"Circumstances alter cases even In
"Yes. Take Jorklns, for Instance.
He's one of those grandiose Chester-
fields who would give up his seat in
a lifeboat to a woman, and then make
an attempt to lead the saloon orches-
tra in 'Kearer, My God, to The^' as the
"I see. On land, Jorklns is the fel-
low at f> o'clock who horns through
the women and children and gets a
window *eat in his homebound street
Impractical on the Face of ft.
"I understand," said Mr. Erastas
Plnkley, "dat dey has invented a
machine foh washin' an' ironin'
"Go 'long, man," replied- Miss Mi-
ami Drown. "You knows des as well
as I does dese white folks aln' g'ineter
leave no clothes lines full o* two-dol-
lar bills hangin' out in de yard."—
"Yes," confessed Mr. Dorkine, "it
, serves me right. I engaged the man
1 to move our goods, and I forgot to ask
j him how much he was going to charge
me for the job. If ever I do such
j a thing again, Mtria, you can have
| nay head for a football."
j "It would be a good deal more profit-
able, John," said Mrs. Dorkins, "to
cut it up into billiard balls."—Chicago
A Mrtter of Names.
"What is the difference between
pomme de terre and potato?** "About
two dollars."—Harvard lampoon.
J. L. VICKER3, M. D.-CURES
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tlou from bnsluess. Write for 10 -
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... , largest lino of band Instruments
►oth new and second band in lbs southwest. We
auarantee to nave you money. Write for our
•tialojj and lists before buying. Get-our price* on
Iiollns. ilolton dbitilbators—Mention this paper.
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AMERICAN STATE BANK
Resources $1,500,000. A guaran-
teed bank under the Kansas Law.
Solicits the accounts of banks and
individuals throughout the soitth-
west. J. N. Richardson, Cashier
At all points
J. H. TURNER
Save Your Alfalfa
Johnson Won on a Foul.
East I.as Vegas, X. M., July 4.—The j
j Jack Johnson-Jimm Flynn 45-round '
J fight for the heavyweight champion- J
J ship was brought «o a close in the I
I ninth round today by tne state police, j
Captain Fornoff, of the state force,
personal representative at the ring-
j side of Governor McDonald, declared j
| that it was no longer a boxing con- [
[ test; that it was a brutal exhibition, |
j and that Flynn's foul tactics had
1 made its continuance impossible. He I
j jumped into tha ring with his depu- j
[ ties and drove fighters and officials
| who followed him to the corners. Ref- I
When Your Eyes Weed Care
dy. No Smarting—F
Try It, for Re4, Week,
Try Murine Eye Remedy. No Smarting— FVels
Fine—Acta Quickly. Try It for Red, Weak,
Watery JCyes and Granulated Eyelids. Illus-
trated Dook In ea<>h Package. Murine fs
compounded by onr Oculists —not a "Patent Med-
Iclno"—but nsed In succi'Rsfu 1 Physicians' i'ruc-
tlce for many years. Now dedicated to tlio. Pub-
lic and sold br Druggists nt '25c and o(Ju per Mottle.
Murine Kye t>alve In Aseptlu Tubea, 26c ami 60c.
Murine Eyo Remody Co., Chicago
Chamois Rag Enough for Two.
An upper grade teacher in one of
the Kansas City schools was cleaning
the Mackboard with a large piece of
"My, but you use a large chamois!"
laughingly remarked another teacher.
"Yes, and it's large enough for two.
Use It whenever you need It."
"Oh, you don't think I have that
Pertaining to War.
Have you ever noticed how easy It
is to confuse the two words martial
and marital, when one s*©s them In
No Wife's Cooking for Them.
| Mrs. Oriinsonbeak—This paper says
that rarely Indeed Is a wealthy Turk
seen at his wlfe'B dinner table.
Mr. Crimsonbeak — Yes, I under-
stand the Turks live a long time.
A splendid and highly reeommeiwJed
remedy for tired, weak, inflamed eyes,
eree Ed W. Sniitb then announced that I and granulated eyelids. Is Paitlne An-
.Tohnson had wen and the fight was
tiseptlc, at druggists, 25c a box or pent
postpaid on receipt of price by Tlw
Paxton Toilet Co., Boston. ilas
It's •asier for a mother to train Hp
hor son in the way he should go than
it is for h«r to prevent him from go-
ing Bonve other woman's way a few
Five Killed In hnterurban Wreck.
Tulsa, Okla., July 5.—There was a
fatal ending to the Fourth of July
celebration in Tulsa when a Sand-
spring interurban car, packed with 300
people homeward bound, crashed into
a dead gasoline car on the track, kill-
ing three and seriously injuring seven-
teen and injuring a number of others.
Every time a girl soe« a twurt*m e
young man she wonders v
heart he is.
A m n thinks a girl Is perfectly
proper viho refuses to kiss him—be-
cause he .can't think of any other rea-
son -why the Bhould refuse.
Health All Important.
It is move sensible to pay serious
It always makes : WTwtf
Tea, the Natural Laxative. aoniiaiMH •niuclv .. ., t . .
of pure, wholesoiuo and hmJtiijrlvU^j health of th« nation
than go afiftg patriotic songs.
A jealous woman ciaifite*
Satanic majesty to take a wmiamo
now and then.
Maniac Murders Three.
Walla Walla, Wash., July 4 -Seized
with a murderous mania late today
Sergeant John Proctor of the 126th
company, coast artillery at Fort Wor
den, Port Townsend, Wash., shot and
killed his former wife, his son and
daughter here today, then turned the
gun upon himself, dying an hour and
UseSlefalSfackCovers The shooting occurred In a lonely
lodging house of which Mrs. Proctoi
had been proprietor since her dlvorc«
Mr*. Wlnslow4® Soothing
teething, softens the gums, r*dao«a li
tlou. ail a ye pain, cures wind oatio, Eft*
Mwiy a man hides his wife's coffin
with who never gave her a flve-
dolfey bill to do as she pleased with.
weeps vhln she wilL—
Tm, a laxative of tuperlor qual-
ky J Ro tfrxc sufferlptf ^lth oonstlpatlop.
A kw l«r to an animal that feeds on
Wanted to Know the Culprit.
The following story was told recent-
ly by Austin Haines to a party of
friendH he entertained at luncheon:
"Down in a little Florida town two j
negro families live in shanties about
a stone's throw apart They obtain I
their drinking water from a shallow
open well located midway between the ,
two houses. A fence which separates
the two yards is built up to the well
on both sides. Every evening after
her day's work is done, it is the cus-
tom of one of the negro mammies to
pick up buckets and go to the well for
water. One day the owner of the
property moved the fence back about
ten feet from where it originally stood.
That evening when Eliza started out
with her pall she fixed her eye on the
fence and made straight for it. Walk-
ing hurriedly along the beaten path,
she plunged into the shallow well with
a splash. Her screams brought im-
mediate assistance, and as she climb-
ed out and spied the fence ten feet
away she indignantly exclaimed:
" 'Now, who done moved dat well?'"
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i Not narc otic
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Gladys—The count says Edith Is
Jack—That means another gold ship
ment lo Europe, I suppose.
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AM> III ILL> I I' THK SYSTEM
Take Uie Old HtnndarU UKoVlfSI TAHTKI.MSH
what you uro taking.
. . ntod eTerr bottle,
—r., Quinine and Iron In a luti less
(ornt, and the most effectual foruk W\ r tfrowu
people and children, 60 conts.
forui u la
In : It Is Ml
A woman ran easily win In Rny
kind of an argument with a man If
she knows Just when to turn on the
Quality — quantify — 1r nomethhitf to oon-
fidrr in purchasing a remedy for constipa-
tion or as a laxat ive. How ul>oiu (iiu'ficM Tea?
As the Romans Do,
"How long did it take you to do
Home?" "About twice as king as it
took Home to do us."—Life.
Can quickly be overcome by
—act surely and
gently on the
ness, and Indigestion. They do their duty.
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Genuine must bear Signature
a wonderful discovery.
In thin ago of research and experiment, all natnr*
In ransacked by the sclent 1 tie fort he comfort and Juip-
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In tlio past conturr, und among the l y no mcuna
h a8t Important—discoveries In medicine Is that of
Theranlon, which has been used with grcntsnccess 1a
French Hospitals and that, it In worthy the attention
of those who suffer from kidney, bladder, nervoua
diseases,chronic weaknesses,ulcers skin eruptions.
Files, Ac., there is no doubt. In fact it seemsevident
rom the big stir created amongst specialists, that
Til l«:iCA I'lON Is destined to cast into oblivion all
those otiestloiKible remedies that were formerly the
sole reliance of medical men. It Is of course Impos-
sible to tell sufferers all we should like to tell t hem
In this short article but those who would like to
know rnoro about this remedy that has effected so
many we might almost say. miraculous cures.
Should send addressed envelope for FKKIO book to
l)r. LeClerc Med. Co., Havcrstock Koad,llampstead,
l/>ndon, Eng. anddoclde for themselves whether the
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or No. 3 Is what I hey require and have been seeking
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When n man's conscience troubles
him he thinks he has indigestion.
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Readers "lis papcr desiring to buy
" S anything advertised in its col-
umns should insist upon having what they
ask for.ref using all substitutes or imi tationi
W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 27-1912.
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sure way—the only way n via • glass or bottle of
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x Ch«aMMo|i, for tin Mkim.
'kj the gchim m made br rod Me an
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