The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 12, 1912 Page: 7 of 8
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THE CHILDREN ROMP AND PLAY
WHILE PARENTS SEE THE FAIR
The Day Nursery and Kindergarten
are features of the Oklahoma State
Fair and Exposition, Oklahoma City,
September 24 to October 5, that have
received more attention from the otfi-
cers and directors than any other
single department. They have pro-
vided one big building solely for the
over the 160 acres of education and
amusement to be found in the sixty
odd big buildings and barns at the
State Fair, the little ones spend their
time at play as shown in the plrrure
made from an actual photograph
taken last year.
Every precaution is taken wlih the
little ones and nothing but the purest
PICKED OUT THE WRONG EYE
Physician Meant Wall Enough but He
Had Left the Motorman 8a-
Find Relief in Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound
—Their Own Statements
Frank E Payne, a member of the
ntate railroad commission, said when
Investigating a trolley accident re-
cently. he whs told of a motorman on
1 a woik car who was running at high
speed when tho trucks left the rails
because of snow and sleet, and the
car was thrown to the side of the
right of way, bringing It up against a
"The motorman was not seriously
hurt, but was cut and bruised about
Platea, Fa. -"When I wrote to yotj *nd f"r" 1,1 I1"' He
first I was troubled with female weak- wa" carried to a physician's office
———ne s and backache, w''1<'r,■ his wounds were dressed and
•! • ^ anj was so nervous baudnced When the physician bad
that I would cry at P'H<0<I <hn lust pin, he nuked the
the least noise it "funded man if he felt like he could
would startle me so. u'""!
I bepan to take Ly- "'Sure. I can walk nil right,' re
dia E. Pinkham's turned tin patient, but 1 wish you
would fix those bandages so 1 can
" Why, man,' returned the physl
clan. I left one of your eyes uncov
ered for the purpose.'
"But, doc, that eye you left uncov-
ered Is a ghiss one.'" Indianapolis
Interior View of Day Nurserv, Kind.? rgtaxten and Women's Rest Cottage,
Oklahoma State Fair and K\position, Oklahoma City, September L4 to
October 5, 1912.
women and children of Oklahoma, It j milk is used. The same care is taken
is situated in a magnificent grove and with regards to the water used -md all
the little ones left there are constant-i sorts of games aro indulged in.
iy under the watchful eyes of the la- j While the tiny tots are being looked
du s in charge. Sanitary toilets, wash | after in the l)ay Nursery the older . hi;,
rooms, beds for children, electric dren will be allowed to play lii the
lights, gas heat and plastered walls I pretty grove. Work of preparing an
make the building as snug as any outdoor playground is now in progress,
modern home. Thu women's Rest Department i,l
he Day -Nursery will again be nr.- be in charge of a competent matron,
der the supervision of the Federated who will minister to the needc of
Kindergarten Mothers' Club this year. | those who seek rest in these comfort-
While proud mothers wend their way able quarters.
TO RESTORE OLD PAINTINGS HOW TO BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWN
Marvelous Results Obtained by
Frenchman In Experiments With
A strange case has been going on
for some time in the Paris law courts
concerning a process for restoring old
paintings, claimed to have been in-
vented by a prisoner who is befit'
prosecuted on the charge of having
obtained money on the pretext of the
success of the method. This method
is a mysterious kind of application of
electric currents t the pictures in
Professor Major of University of Mis-
souri Give3 Home Landscape
in a Lecture
Home landscape gardening—which
is nothing more than making your
house and yard look so homelike and
Inviting that your friends instinctively
Will want to drop in as they pass the
gate is not so difficult a matter as it
sounds. That at least, was the im-
pression gained by 500 fathers and
mothers and children, too, who at-
question. j "^n(led the lecture given at Kansas
The prosecution seemed to have J ity' ^ Major, instructor
strong arguments at first, but now the gardening at the Unlv
state of the case has suddenly
remedies, and I don't
have any more cry-
ing spells. I sleep
sound and my ner-
vousness is better.
I will recommend
your medicines to all Buffering women."
— Mrs. Mary IJalstead, Plrtea, l'a.,
Here is the report of another genuine
case, which still further shows that Ly-
dia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound
may be relied upon.
Walcott, N. Dakota. —"I had inflam-
mation which caused pain in my side,
and my back ached all tho time. 1 was
so blue that I felt like crying if any one
even spoke to me. I took Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I
began.U> "2!P. Hg'nl «*ay. l continued
its use and now I am a well woman."
— Mrs. Amelia Dahl, Walcott, N.'
If you want special advice wife to
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi-
dential) Lynn, JLass. Your letter trill
be opened, read nud answered by a
woman and held In strict confidence^
Visitor: "1 came all the way from
the city to consult your lawyer Jones
' here. He's a good man, isn't he?"
i t nele Eben: "Nope; we don't con-
sider him one. two, three, with Smith.
Why Smith's been Intrusted with the
local agency of the Knott Knitting
Needle the dispensing of Daggett's
iJrugless dope, and the demonstrating
of Passet's Fireless Cooker. That not
only shows that he's got the confi-
dence of such big fellows as them, but
j he don't have to depend on his law ;
hardly at all to make a living."—Lip- j
Higeon—He's a pretty high author-
ity on appendicitis, isn't he?
Dlgson—High' Well, I should pay
bo Why, he charges $700 for each op-
eration he performs.
Cause for Consternation.
The inexperienced dUtrict school
teacher had exhausted nil other ex-
pedlents for the maintenance of die
clpline Going out into the school
I >ard, she broke ofT a good sized switch
Which? .that was growing there and admlnis
"Why did 'papa have appendicitis ; primitive punishment to Jimmy
and have to pay the doctor a thousand : ^elley.
dollars, mamma?" | There were strange expressions of
changed, since the well-known paint-
er. M. Tony Robert-Fleury, a former
president of the Soclete des Artistes
I'rancais, has come forward and given
evidence in favor of the prisoner. M.
I'obert-Fleury said that the prisoner
had long been a pupil of his and he
had witnessed some experiments. The
results were really marvelous.
"They seemed to me extraordinary,"
said M. Robrt-FIeury. "He sent cer-
tain currents through the picture,
which caused an exudation. He ab-
sorbed this with cotton waste. The
painting is restored to a virgin state
v. ithout being in the least deteriorated.
All the black, oily grease is eliminat-
ed and the painting Is revamlshed
with astonishing rapidity. I gave him
an old portrait of my father out of i
my studio. It was In a terrible state ■
sity of Missouri.
"A well arranged home is very much
like a correctly composed picture,"
Mr. Major said. "The sky is the back-
ground. The house, placed well back
In the middle distance is the focal
point the natural resting point for
"The lavn, spreading out from the ECZEMA
house, is like the mat to the picture
and, like a picture mat, should be kept
simple and unbroken. Driveways and
walks are quite necessary, but as they
are not decorative they should be kept
to one side and not too wide.
"Then comes the frame for the pic-
ture. Trees and shurbs—plenty of
them—down the driveways and about
the house, covering up the founda-
tions and the sharp corners These
are the settings that hold the picture
"Then, the important thing is to
"It was God's will, dear "
"And was it because God was mad
at papa or pleased with the doctor?"—
"We call that girl 'Juarez.'"
"She's been captured six times
ready this season "
IN RED BLOTCHES
I horrified amazement on the faces of
the children, and when school was
dismissed at noon they gathered in
excited groups and talked in whispers
Finally the teacher's curiosity could
stand it no longer. Calling Henry
I homas to h^r. she demanded the
; causp of the discussions.
"Why—why—why. teacher," he
stammered, "that—that switch you
licked .Jimmy with—that wa9 the tree
we all sf t out last Arbor day."—Har-
205 Kanter Ave., Detroit, Mich.—
"Some time last summer I was taken
with eczema. It began in my hair
first with red blotches, then scaly,
spreading to my face. The blotches
were red on my face, dry and scaly,
not large; on my scalp they were
larger, some scabby. They came on
my hands. The inside of my hands
were all little lumps as though full of
shot about one-sixteenth of an inch
under the skin. Then they went to
the outside and betwepn and all over
my fingers. It also began on the bot-
toms of my feet and the calves of my
lees, and itch. oh. my! i never had
of grease, accumulated by age. In keep the place cleaned up. Grounds
half an hour it was cleaned of all oily need grooming as well as horses, and
matter and restored to freshness, show the effects just as much. Clean-
The leaden salts were eliminated and j ing up around a house is like'keeping anything like it and hope I never will
the color came back to the picutre, your clothes brushed—it gets to be a a^ain The itch'ng wa< terrible M'
which is now saved." j habit." hands got so I could scarcely work. "
" "I tried different eczema ointments
Emigrants Prove Ungrateful Antiquity of Tobacco but without results I also took medi-
The members of the emigration sub- Th<~ M' • - -
committee of the Birmingham distress kno
E. Trowbridge Dana, grandson of
the poet I^ongfellow, w ho was recently j
married in Cambridge with a beauti-
ful ritual of his own composition, said 1
the other day to a reporter:
"If all couples gave to marriage th*-
profound thought and reverence that
my wife and I gav* to it there would
be fewer mismatings.
The average married pair, it some-
times seems to me, are like the
Pa,' said little Tommy Binks one
day, 'what is a weapon?'
" 'A weapon, my son,' Binks an-
swered, is something to fight with.'
Then, pa,' Faid little Tommy, 'is
ma your weapon?'"
Hfchard Harding Davis, during his
he Idea that tobacco has only been cine for It but it did no good. I saw
wn to Europe since the discovery the advertisement for a sample of
committee report that they experience of America is incorrect. In fact, the Cuticura Ointm<nt and Soa- and sent A,lantlc c,t?' honeymoon, said at a
difficulty in securing repayment of the Medes and Persians a long time be- for one. Tbey Qui me so much good ftsh ,UDch&on'-
amounts advanced to emigrants, al- , fore our era smoked narghiles as an- I bought some more usin; "them as 1 oonlesfi <hat ' not pleased
though many of the persons as isted I dent scriptures prove. Jl philologist P r directions, and in about three wilh tbe modern tren<l °f fiction. The
are now well able to repay. Since has suggested that the Greeks and weeks I was well again. Cuticura Soap new,1Bt ""'on leaves a bad tas'e in
A Picture of Contentment
All men look pleased when they smoke
this choice tobacco — tor all men like the rich
quality and true, natural taste of
Smoked in pij*-s by thousand
known to smokers as "the makings."
We take unusual pride in Ijpgril & Myers Duke's
Muture. It is our leading brand of granulated tobacco— _
and every sack we make i a challenge to all other tobacco
manufacturers. Kvery .1c sack of this famous tobacco Of A
contains one OftcJ o halt ounces of choice granulated
tobacco, in every way equal to the betl you can buy. ftVI
If you have not smoked Duke's Mixture, made by
the Lizirtt W J/jrrj Tobacco Co. at Durham, N. C.t
try it now.
Get a Camera with the Coupons
Save the coupons. With them you can get all sorts of rain-
able presents—articles suitable for young and
old ; men, women, boys and girls. You'll be
delighted to see what you can get free with-
out one cent of cost to you. ( et our new
illustrated catnlog. Am a apecial offer, we
uu.'J aend it free during September and
October only. Your name and address «
on a postal will bring it to you.
Coufi'ti fr m Dukf'i Mixture may bt at- b
4 (ax-, tf.m HORSE SHOE, J T., | Wt
TINSLLY'S NATURAL LEAF, GRAN-
GEK TWIST, componi from FOUR kxl
ROSES (If tin d uble coupon). PICK
PLUG CUT, PIEDMONT CIGAR. Mm
ETTES, UJX CIGARETTES, and
cltur lags or couponi mtud by uj. Qf B
ST. LOUIS. MO. |j^
W. L. DOUGLAS
83.00 *3.50 4.00 «4.50 AND '5.00
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Boys all v/oar W. L. Douglas $2.00, $2.BO
and$3.00 SchmjlSitoos. Dost In the world
W. I_ Douglas make, and ell more J3.00, $3.50 and >4.00
shoes than any other manufacturer in the world because
they look better, fit better, and wear longer than ordi- A • ' V
nary shoes. /V
CAUTION. When you buy shoes b« sure W. L Douglas ^ v w '<i%ifi
name is stamped on the bottom. It guarantees protection to you against
inferior shoes. Beware of substitutes. W. L Douglas shoes are sold in 78
own stores in Urge cities and retail shoe dealers everywhere.
fu,t Color £„/«., Write for Catalog. W. L DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
EVERY CHILD SHOULD HAVE THE
Faultless Starch Twin Dolls
Mill Lilly Waits and Miss Pb*ef>e P
If T-n will "tarrb mnA* nf
rfttc d -]lk h 121-2 in' liu big'i and r Ur Uj out r ot
t. 4 Btali, will tj*> •■-ot id/ itA1*.r*-**, ; «id, on re-
f lx fP'ott'.f l6<**ni Hum
front* of 5 c*ist Htuch p** kw*
U la nt'itnn* ts> uorer nrd i*^h\r g
doll will ^ * T)t on r*** .; t of thr*- 10 o rj
t front* nnd 4 erai* In vtitn. r*.
fc"nt on r%oelpt of thr**- 10 orn%
tbil -i. It Will K'OpWJ In cf '/SM 10
5 the committee have expended Romans smoked tobacco at least In srfd Ointment entirely cured me"
$10,000 in assisting emigration, and their colonies. In the Malay archlpel- CSigx,< d) Benj. Passage, Apr 8 1912
To Reproduce Riot Scene*.
The recent riot at the federal build-
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
IB thl« ti' *> nrKl & rtstar*
IB ruw.in] b. 11,- . .-nuo. f'jrib.rt sxil r .p-
the repayments amount to }100 only
In each case tbe emigrant had entered
into a bond to repay the loan.
A new pyrometer for measuring
high temperatures consists of strips of
two metal*, rolled together into a spi-
ral. As beat rays strike it the spiral
frradually unrolls, owing to the differ-
ence between the two metals' coeffl
clents of explosion.
Phonographs as "Centrals"
The Berlin telephone department la
making tests with phonographs Is or-
der to notify subscribers that the line
is not free, so as to relieve the opera-
tors ef this duty. The results are said
to be very good.
Old Tree of Historic Interest.
Sir Sidney Pocock, J. P., has Just
disposed of his residence, Charlton
sex. England, in the kitchen garden of
which is a very old mulberry tree
bearing a tablet with the following In-
scription: "During the rolgn of
Charles II. a fox was bunted from
Windsor park and took refuge in this
tree, where it was killed. The king
who whs present at tbe kill, express
t<l a with that tbe tree should be pre-
served to commemorate the longest
ago the use of cigars and cigarettes is Cutlcnra 3osp and Ointment soid
said to date much further back than throughout the world Sample of each
free, with 32-p Skin Book. Address
the discovery of America. The word
"cigar" eeems to show that man's
solace and comfort did not originate
In the West Indies, but is most likely
derived from "sakara," an Arab word
Wireless telegraphy having been f-
footed between Canada and Italy, reg-
ular service between tbe latter coun-
try and Argentina will be attempted
It is now full of doubl
post-card "Cuticura, Dept L, Boston."
He drank eight glasses of Ice water 3"r>' 0,1 VCr*en 11 wU1 be the flrn
hurriedly, then he muttered hoarsely 'I™ 'he hl6tory of lur' P™<i*nee
to the prettv parlor maid * stirn pvMmm will hi>o Ucn in.
" 'Tell me. Adele, did I reach home
She—I don t care much for canoe- night very much under the weath-
She—Because you have to sit
dem all the time.
" Indeed you did. sir,' the maid re-
plied 'Why, sir, you kissed the mis-
that such evidence will have been ln-
roduced. While tbe riot was at its
height a movtng picture company,
with the newest model machine, had
an operator on the scene, and his films
show the entire actions of those per-
sons who are charged with having
Test For the Purity of Sugar
A simple test for the prity of sugar
is to burn it. If purs fire will en
tlrely conaume It; if adulterated, it
will leave an ash.
TO DRIVE OPT MALARIA
_ _ ANl> IX ILL> 1 P THE SYSTEM
, fuS3ard iifrsLW
CHILL T 'j kiHiw wlial . , 11 .re las n*.
Ttie r >rTDo a i§ p a n,y printed < n *v+rj Sot^*.
b"wnrf .; > • top * gu n r.« *nd lr n 'n to m> .-M
f .rm and xftt ir %t Jwro* Kor
fttHl Cfc.«<2rwi. bit r r. k
Important to Mothore . , , J .
Eiamine carefully every bottle ot A Ter-V ffccetsful remedy for pelvic
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for? catarrk hot douches of Paxtlne An-
lnfauts and children, and see ehat it druggists, 25c a box or sent
Bears tha postpaid on receipt «f price by The
_. " fV , y/C/! . ,7^ Paiton Toilet, Co. Boston, Mass.
Without woman man would be " sn4'ur®of ./-COCeJusU
rough, rude, solitary, and would ignore 'n ,V8e ^or Over JO Years. It takes more than a fur-lined over-
all the graces, which are but smiles Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria coat 10 protect a would be actor In
of tr* *1*, hnfi+r from Sidney. t..add -r 11 <rr*o«
d'Mrfctr# cfir >rjic w*-ni n r+r*i ■ n ••mptloiw.
u .%/ tr, -rv- « nod' .tit In fact It
TH E f* A PI oh • dt«t r, ^i to 'A«t : Dto '.t .<jv a.I
tho « uof*tion*f, .- +*■ tb ' mrr* 1' rwr.j ibm
o " r- ktio* nj vi <-j, rn r It of ooort* wyrr*-
u.^.r Uj .IJ-Th w* b<,o.d I fee U, te.. -Urn
in tb: short artlel*- bot wtK. woe id Ilk* to
Know B ore arx/Ut this tbn'. b*.* rfT «ru-5 it
a. ybt « tar w r r.j ,f,rn por^v
•fcoMd *-od aL4dr*^.«ed -dwk. ymV.r V RKK b \o
i * 1Tr ''*■ H ?tr t/«ck K<«<1 ll&n. d* «-a.d,
L' .-r' " sod d«x -fs-for i>b*LrrtS«
•.T "TMCHaPtON" ! Sol
itt+T r+qv rt and li*rp b#vn ke#t m
f di.mt b<aitS
rm^>io u h v oj o mtar. <m >j§
or No i la t .
n t o darn« :if* of mlwri
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.Spton liiuld by 4
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Symptoms Made to Order
A young lady who appeared to be in
perfect health entered the consulting
Court, S'nepperton on-Thanif*. Middle room of a physician. "Doctor," she
said, "Is it absolutely essential tkat I
go to Marlenbad this year? "Oh. per-
haps not!" tbe physician replied re-
assuring. "Tell me fully your symp-
toms. What do you expect to cure at
tho springs?" "That is Just what I
came to you to find out .doctor,' she
confessed. "You see, I have got to •
talk father over. What do you go to
Marlenbad to be cured of?"
of love—Francois Auguste
the hall of fame
Casey (sitting up
Mr. W!b :ow* Aoothioe fov cinH* Molke, did yez put out the cat?
soften# yum . reduce. )«( «,« . JJr Casey 01 did
don. a. pal n. cure* w.nd a m
h . v LEWIS' SiDfle bio'lar, sirsl^bt 6c—
' ciaiij smokers praftr ibeca Uj l5o cigars.
About the only thing father gets on
tis birthdar f§ a lemon.
Th# Main Irrpreaaion.
"What the minister talk about
Mrs. Casey—01 den t belare it!
Mr. Casey Well, If j%i think Ol'zn In his sermon this morning?"
a liar, get up and put 'er out rerself. ! "About an hour."
rOR OLD AND YOl'NG
Tuft's Uverp HI. acta* kindly on tbe child,
the delicate femaie or Infirm old ace, •• up*a
the vlyorou* man.
ignrnrff ana .;
W. N. (J., WICHITA, NO. 34-1912.
BooauM ef thoea ugly, srlzzly, (ray halra. Uaa " LA CRKOLK" HAIR ORESSINtt. PRICE, I^O, retail.
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