The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1915 Page: 3 of 12
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THE CLIPPER. HENNESSEY. OKLAHOMA.
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PLAY THRILLS; BOY STRICKEN
Cuban Has Stroke of Apoplexy While
Absorbed in Watching Detec-
Sherlock Holmes and his exciting
adventures proved too much for U.
Kinderland, eighteen, a Cuban youth
who lives at th^ Hotel Ansonia, re-
lates the New York Sun. At the end
the third act the boy toppled n
his seat with an attack of apoplexy
and had to be carried to the lobby,
where he was revived. Later he Was
removed to the hotel.
It was just at the most exciting mo-
ment of the play when the incident
occurred. Sherlock Holmes sticks his
cigar in a corner of the gas cellar and
eludes bis captors by causing them to
watch the cigar while he escapes
through a door at the other side.
Kinderland had been observed
watching the play with intense ex-
citement, and when the climax came
and the detective knocked over a
lamp, precipitating utter darkness, he
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Thousands upon thousands of women
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Poor health makes you nervous, irri-
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cent and one-dollar-size bottles at all drug
English of the Diamond.
In the National league is an um-
pire v/ho is a stickler for correct de-
portment on the diamond, lu a game
in which he officiated at the polo
grounds early in the season, as Chief
•Meyers, the Indian catcher for New
York, came to hat, certain of the Bos-
ton players sitting on their bench be-
gan to guy the brawny red man.
In an instant the umpire had left
his place behind the catcher and was
running toward the visitors' bomb-
Crit cut them personalities!" he
ordered. "Cut out them personali-
As he turned away a high-pitched
voice filtered out through the grand-
stand behind him saying:
"Cut out them grammar!"—Satur-
day Evening Post.
VILLA AT HEAD
OF HIS ARMY
battle which means much to
both carranza and villa
EXPECTED TO TAKE PLACE SOON
18,000 Troops Moving North—3,000
Men U. S. Infantry Placed In
Trenches On American Side
to Reepl Invasion.
Wet Contents 15 Flnld Drachms
Children Cry For
YES, RESIN0L CERTAINLY
DOES STOP ECZEMA
Are you an eczema sufferer? Do
those ugly patches of eruptions start
up and itch as though they would drive
you frantic? And have you tried treat-
ment after treatment with, at best,
only temporary relief? Then you are
only going through the experience of
thousands of others who at last found
that resinol healed their sick skins
With the first use of resinol oint-
ment and resinol soap the itching and
burning usually stop, and Boon all
trace of eczema or similar torturing
skin-trouble disappears, even in se-
vere and stubborn cases. Doctors have
prescribed the resinol treatment for
Douglas, Ariz., Nov. 1.—Three
thousand men of the Sixth U. S. in-
fantry brigade were placed in trenches
today within a few feet of the Mexi-
can boundary, ready to Interfere if an
attack on the Carranza garrison of
Agua Prieta, Sonora, by the Villa army
should result in shooting In American
General Thomas Dalvs, brigade com-
mander, said he would take every pre-
caution to prevent any firing into
"I do not propose to see an Ameri-
can town shot up," he said.
Anticipating a battle General Davis
at the same time issued instructions
to residents on the American side of
the boundary to keep within doors,
get behind adobe walls and not to
trust to wooden barriers to keep out
Villa's advance guard under com-
mand of Colonel Franco, reached San
Bernardino, twenty miles east of the
border today. Colonel Franco gave the
first definite information that Gen-
eral Francisco Villa himself was with
the army. He said Villa would arrive
at San Bernardino soon, Indicating a
battle would occur.
General P. Elias Calles, commanding
Agua Prieta also received reinforce-
ments late today. The first of nine
trains bearing troops and equipment
from Laredo, Texas, arrived. It bore
equipment consisting of field guns,
ammunition and vehicles of all sorts
from taxi cabs to an old time Tilbury.
Other trains were expected tonight and
Colonel Franco declared Villa felt
friendly toward Americans and desired
to avoid all trouble.
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Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething' Troubles and
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Cares Not for Riches.
"John, John,' whispered timid Mrs.
Johones urgently, about 2 a. m. recent-
ly, "get up—get up: There's a man
in the house!"
"Grup-p-ph!" replied John sleepily.
"Oh, John, do wake up! I can hear
someone moving about downstairs,"
she wont on, prodding the sleeper
fiercely in the bacK with her elbow.
"If you don't hurry he'll take all our
Better that he should take all our
silver than that I should go downstairs
and take all his 'lead.' my dear.'' re-
plied John, firmly, as he removed his
back out of the danger zone and
settled down to his slumbers again
He Live,d There.
James E. Ferguson, governor of
Texas, smiled the other evening when
the conversation turned to the subject
of bad breaks. He said he was remind-
ed of how Smith sadly fozziea.
Some time ago Smith was taken to
j an entertainment in an unfamiliar
j town by a friend, and being somewhat
bored toward the end of the show he
j looked around the room for a s.vm-
I pathetic soul.
j "You look just the way I feel about
i it," lie remarked to a sad-looking citi-
J zen. "These receptions are the most
i tiresome things 011 the face of the
"Yes," admitted the sad-faced one.
with something akin to a sigh. "They
are rather tiresome."
" Bore you to beat the band," re-
turned Smith, and then suggested.
"Why don't you go home?"
"I am home," was the startling re-
joinder of the other. "1 live in the
The Household Boss.
He—Ann, 1 intend to put my foot
doves on the next purchase for this
She—All right, William; you'll put
it down on a new carpet.
"Do you believe that there is a
"My dear sir—I married her."
"Do you think it is profitable for a
I man to be a chauffeur?"
j "Well, it is a business in which he
I can certainly manage to raise the
MI7ATION IS 8INCERE61 FLATTfcRV
I but like counterfeit money the imita-
tion has not the worth of the original.
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j it's the original. Darkens your hair in
the natural way, but contains no dye.
I Price $1.00.—Adv.
The secret of success is a secret
that women never tell.
Write murine I*: ye HemodyCo., Chicago
fur illustrated Book of the Eye Free.
A dollar unjustly gained cannot be
I justly kept.
S 10c Worth of
Will Clear $1.00 Worth of Land
Get rid of the stumps and grow ^
big crops on cleared land. Now
is the time to clean up your farm
while products bring high prices. Blasting is
quickest, cheapest and easiest with Low Freez- I
ing Du Pont Explosives. They work in cold
Write for Free Handbook of Explosive* No. 69F,
and name of nearest dealer.
DU PONT POWDER COMPANY
ONLY A MIRACLE CAN SAVE SERBIA
London, Nov. 1.—Strong forces of
the intent allies are on the way to
the relief of the hard-pressed Ser-
bians and to bar, if possible, the ad-
vance of the central powers through
the Balkans, according to reports from
Berlin has a report that Russia has
embarked a large contingent of troops
from Odessa and Sebastopol and is
sending them to the Bulgarian Black
sea coast, probably with the inten-
tion of landing them at Varnia, which
recently was bombarded by Russian
British troops which have been
landed at Saloniki are reported in
dispatches from that port to have been
ordered to the Serbian front, where
a junction with the Serbians already
has been effected.
Meanwhile the march of the Austro-
German forces from the north con
tinues, further progress and the cap-
ture of l.OOO prisoners and several
cannon being reported by Berlin. On
the east the Bulgarians are reported
marching toward Nish after capturing
Pirot, the stronghold which barred
their road from the Bulgarian bor-
der. Sofia advices declared the war
on the Serbians is likely to assume
the nature of siege operations, as the
Serbian armies are on the point of
being completely cut off.
Russian resistance rn the Riga dis-
trict evidently is holding firm, as the
Germans admit a retirement south
across the Missa. near Palaknen after
they had advanced on the northern
bank of that stream. Palaknen is
about eleven miles directly south of
Riga, which shows the nearness of the
German approach. The Germans re-
tired after they had repulsed two
strong attacks and were facing a
In the southern sector of the east-
ern front General von Unsengen is re-
ported on the offensive and is gain-
ing ground against the Russians in
Galicia, besides capturing nearly 1,000
prisoners. The latest Russian state-
ment declared the situation in this Bee-
tor of the battle line was essentially
Berlin reports that nothing of mo-
ment has occurred on the western
front since the issuance of the pre-
vious official statement. Paris de-
clares the Germans were beaten off
in violent counter attacks made in an
effort to regain positions near La
Courtine, in the Champaigne, which
the French took on Friday. The gain
of a trench section at Dois en Haclie,
in the Arotis, also is claimed by the
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FEW CHURCHES DIE THAT WAY
Colored Preacher Unlikely to Be J
Called Upon to Fulfill Vow That
He Had Made.
The following story comes to us
from old Virginia:
A devout colored preacher, whose
heart was aglow with missionary zeal,
gave notice to his congregation that
in the evening an offertory would be
taken for missions and asked for lib-
eral giffs. A sellish, well to-do man
in the congregation said to him be-
fore the service: "Yer gwine to kill
dis church ef yer goes on sayin' give!'
No church can stan' it. Yer gwine
ter kill it."
After the sermon the colored minis-
ter said to the people: "Brother
Jones told me 1 was gwine to kill
this church if I kep' a-askln" fer to
give; but, my brethren, churches
doesn't die dat way. Ef anybody
knows of a church that died cause it's
bean givin' too much to de Lord, I'll
be very much obliged ef my brother
will t*:l me what church is, for I'se
gwine to visit it, and I'll climb on de
walls of dat church, under dt light
of de moon and cry: 'Blessed am de
dead dat die in de Lord.' "—Cleveland
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sure as you treut all your horses with it, you will soon be rid
of the disease. It acts as a preventive. Consumers may order
direct from the manufacturers. Send remittance with your
order, EO cents and $1.00 a liottlc; $5.00 and $10.00 the dozen deliv-
Spohn Medical Co., Mfra., Goshen, Ind., U. S. A.
On the Right Track.
"How did you arrive at that con-
"By means of a train of thought."
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The trouble hunting season Is still
Queen Elizabeth of Ltelgium holds
a degree of doctor of medicine.
Not f>ra)r IIHim but Tired Kjca
make us look oldei than wo are. Keep your
Eyes young and you will look young After
the Movies always Murine Your Eyes—
Don't tell your age.
If you aro not prejudiced you are
Always sure to please, Red Cross Bail
Blue. All grocers sell it. Adr.
Wedlock is truly a combination lock.
A N U R I C !
The Newest Discovery in Chemistry
The Right of Way.
"Where was it the students of this
college had such a broil last year?"
'I guess it was on the gridiron."
A man never gets over thinking how ;
smart he is to have almost succeeded j
Good for Young People to Follow. I
My little grandson often comes up !
to show me how largo the muscles of
his arms are.
"He was a delicate child, but has de- '
veloped into a strong, healthy boy and
Postum has been the principal factor.
"I was induced to give him the Post-
um because of my own experience
"I am sixty years old, and have been
a victim of nervous dyspepsia for
many years. Have tried all sorts of
medicines and had treatment from
many physicians, but no permanent re-
I used to read the Postum adver-
tisements in our paper. At first 1 gave j
but little attention to them, but finally j
something in one of the advertise- !
nents made me conclude to try Pos-
"I v,as very particular to have it
prepared strictly according to direc- !
This is a recent discovery of Doctor
Pierce, who is head of the Invalid's
Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo,
N. Y. Experiments at Dr. Pierce's
Hospital for several years proved that
there is no other eliminator of uric
acid that can be compared to it. For
those easily recognized symptoms of
inflammation—as backache, scalding
urine and frequent urination, as well
as sediment in the urine, or if uric
acid in the blood has caused rheuma-
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always obtained in cases of acute
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SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
"Anuric" manufactured by Dr. Pierce,
or even write Dr. Pierce for a large
trial package (10c). If you suspect
kidney or bladder trouble, send him a
sample of your wate. and describe
symptoms. Dr. Pierce's chemist will
examine it, then Dr. Pierce will report
to you without fee or charge.
NOTE. — "Anuric" is thirty-seven
tiroes more active than lithia in elimi-
nating uric acid, and is a harmless but
reliable chemical compound that may
be safely given to children, but should
be used only by grown-ups who actu-
ally wish to restore their kidneys to
perfect health, by conscientiously
using one box—or more in extreme
cases as "Anuric" (thanks to Doctor
Pierce's achievement) is by far the
most perfect kidney and bladder cor-
tions, and used good, rich cream. It I
WRITE US A LETTER
Tell us all about your stork. "VVe will advise you how and when to
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It does not obligate you in any way. We want to get In touch with ev-
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CRIME DECREASES IN ENGLAND
Was Is Given As Cause—Sentences
Have Fallen Off 83,000.
l.ondon, Nov, 1.—The report of the
prison committee says that in 1914
sentences were imposed on 114,283
persons in the United Kingdom, a de-
crease lrom the previous year of more
than 37 000 The change is ascribed
mainly to enlistments, with the re-
striction of the sale of liquor and the
great demand for labor as contribu-
was very nice indeed, and about bed
time I said to the members of the fam-
ily that I believed I felt better. One
of them laughed and said, 'That's an-
other of mother's notions,' but the no-
tion has not left me yet.
"I continued to improve right along
after leaving off coffee and taking
Postum, and now after three years'
use I fee! so well that I am almost
young again. I know Postum was the
cause of the change in my health and
I cannot say too much in its favor. I
wish I could persuade all nervous peo-
ple to use it."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
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Postum Cereal—the original form—
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Bnfh a« leuoorrhoea and inflammation, hot
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