The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1915 Page: 5 of 12
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u Tooth Brushes
Cloth Brushes made of leather hacks and Ebony wood
Paint Brushes all sizes at most any price.
Dinkier, The Druggist
i Hair Brushes (j
nitcd States. How much great -
!• this loss would be than what i
v have 1 mm-11 enduring; yearly!
from hog cholera would be dif-|
fieult to -say; probably very lit-'
th', if any, greater.
The first and most practical !
lesson for stockmen in connee-1
tion with the foot and mouth j
i epidemic is to recognize the ease
. which a disease may be car-
din ied liom 1f ,.011, infected stock pens to
non-infected territory. Hog ehol
■l'a can be carried from infected
pens and yards about as easily
as foot and mouth diseast
is true, how many of us are re-
sponsible to some degree for
some farmer's loss of his pigs.'
How inanv reallv consider how
easily tliev niav carrv infection
homa, but throughout the lioir-L ,i ■ ' ' . ' ,,
. . s - to their own or their neighbors
raising states? Foot and mouth t,_,„ i.*.. > ; «• ,
s I nog lots; tarrying liiteetion on
disease, it uncontrolled, would clothing is only one of the ways
cause enormous losses iu the I bv which infection is known to-
And How it is Spread—This is
a Matter of Interest to Hog
The recent outbreak of fool
and mouth disease has demon-
strated to the satisfaction of
stockmen how easily a eomniniii
able disease mav be
break has also demonstrated the
absolute necessity for rigid (putr-
tine and disinfection in order to
control and eradicate the tron-
hV. Can the lesson with refer-
ence to the foot and mouth dis-
ease be applied to the hog chol-
era situation, not oulv in Okla-
The movement of sick hogs
and the failure to bury carcasses
of liojrs that have died of chole-
ra are the greatest sources of
danger ill the spreading of this
disease. On the account of
unexpected appearance of
cholera in localities from known
j outbreaks, many stockmen be-
lieve that the disease may be
i caused by unfavorable climatic
I conditions, poor feed, parasites,
jet'.'. It might as well be argu-
ed that foot and mouth disease,
smallpox or typhoid fever origi-
nate in the same win. All of
these diseases have a specific
cause, and iu every ease this I
"cause" has been transmitted |
by some agency from some pre-
vious case of the disease.
The employment of sanitary
the I regulations in preventing and
hog J controlling outbreaks of disease
Get it done at the
old reliable place
I am still here and
expect to stay, this
is my home. Bring
me your work. All
is superior to the use of any
remedy in the way of drugs or
vaccines. llog cholera vaccine
has its place and value well
demonstrated in controlling hog
cholera, but hog cholera will
never become less prevalent In
the use of vaccine under the
present plan. The occasional use
of vaccine and the indiscriminate
use of hog cholera virus is a
combination that will not suc-
ceed iu eradicating hog cliol-
ra. The proper control of tin1
use of serum, and especially of
tile virus, combined with an ob-
servance of sanitary rules and
j regulations will accomplish much
| toward reducing the prevalence
(if cholera.- I.. I,. Lewis, IV-
i partment of Veterinary Aledi-
j cine, Oklahoma A. and .\l Col-
; lege, St ill water.
(• 15. Ingle completed harvest
| ing his apple crop last week, lie
| has 1.700 bushels of apples still
oil hand and has already dispos-
ed of several hundred bushels.
I'xvanse of the excellent quality,
fruit is alwavs in demand
Will move thosehousehohl good, do your trans-
faring and hauling of all kinds. .Splendid faci-
lities. Quick and careful service. Always ready
Phone No. 84
Coal and Wood Yard Opposite
Long Hi'll I.,umher Yard
Mr. and Mrs. .1. II, Moss visit
ed Xunda\ at Mr. .1 I., liesliears
M. A. I5!ackhurn cal'
As * have rented my farm and will quit farming; 1 will sell at public sale on my
farm 2 miles south and 1-2 mile west of Hennessey, on
10:00 o clock
sharp, the following described personal property, to-wit:
One blue horse, 5 years old, weight 1,300.
One gray horse, 10 years old, weight 1.100.
One bay horse, 8 years old, weight 1,050.
One bay horse, 12 years old, weight 1,0CC.
One bay horse, 1'2 years old, weight 1.200.
One yearling colt, weight 700 pounds.
One gray horse, 3 years old, weight 800 pounds.
1 red Shorthorn cow, 3 years old, calf by side.
1 red Shorthorn cow, 9 years old, calf by side. '
7 yearling calves. 4 six-month old calves.
1 Shorthorn bull.
G fed calves.
8 early spring calves.
9 Poland-China sows, all bred.
80 head of shoats from 60 to 125 pounds each
Household Goods & Implements
1 wooden windmill tower.
1 six barrel galvanized tank.
1 wagon with metal wheels and rack.
1 three-section iron harrow.
1 road wagon.
1 3et buggy harness
1 Emerson hay rake.
1 feed box
1 John Deere cultivator
1 Fast Mail cultivator.
1 McCormick mower.
1 Rock Island lister
1 Good Enough Sulky.
1 Emerson disk plow
1 spring tooth harrow.
1 set heavy harness.
1 set chain harness.
1 Deering binder run 3 yrs.
1 Kingman disk corn plow.
1 hand corn sheller.
1 stalk cutter.
1 one horse buggy.
All sums of $10.00 and under, cash. On all sums over $10.00 a credit of
12 month's time will be given, notes to draw 10 per cent interest from date.
A discount of 5 per cent will be given on all sums oyer $10.00. All prop-
erty must be settled for before removing.
Col. J. L. Murphy, Auct.
M A. Mitchell, Clerk
Mr. and Mrs
and Mrs. John
Sunday at Mr. liyrd's.
Mrs. Karl liobiiison .
Henry Crokn visited M
Col. and Alls. .1 I.
nt the day .Monday
parents, Mr. and Mr
Mr. and All
lie I-"i• I:i'■ in
Hit I'oril 151• r
Ilurge, Mr. and
llll'iis has disposed
lis storage business. His le
ivas purchased this week
Messrs. Iliigg and Smith, who
is understood, will continue
the storage business, while us
of the building for stor-
Ralph Gould and hihl
Iio have been visiting rel-
•ii Kingfisher, returned
Friday. Her sister, Miss
Riitledgc accompanied her
• i•■■.■icy for a few dins vis-
| night and Sund.i
* C'i djkm )
in.I Mrs. litis
v, arrived Sa
Alr. Dixon, from Bison,
i m I \.
j dinner I 'rida; with the:
AI rs. .join. Spinner.
Air. and Ah-. Brook-
, Friday with Air and Mr
Ji'ev. Xtarkis. of Kui
charge of the scr\ Fes
inoining and cvcniiu'
ng thus af
germs of either
'apidly, too iiiue.h
taken to prevent
to prevent it
dIi 1 in this coiii-
Bennett, the past week
and Airs. Carl Stevens
Sunday guests of their
Air. and Mrs. A I). Nte-
Bob .Murphy and
Airs. Karl Kobinson
few days in Enid the
of last week.
Air. and Alr>
I children visite
(at the Besliear home.
Air. Doug. Davis and family
were guests at the ('hoate home
Air .and Airs. Robert Murphy
j attended the ghost party and,
pic supper at Dover Saturday!
i night. Air. Murphy acted as the
: auct ioneer.
Alls. Stevens and Airs. Be-
i shears called on Air. .John Ben-
nett Friday evening.
Air. and Airs. Andy Sloop vis
I ited briefly at Air Brook's .Mon-
• mother. All's.
in Blaine County be
• ontiin'ion and t
should i e taken
gaitiniK a foot I)
I'lliiily. Ames Review.
Oklahoma is this year experi-
'licing the most beautiful fall
ivcather in years clear, bright,
mil starry, moonlit nights so
lear and perfect that a downy
•ouch has lost its charms. Truly,
tklalioma in the fall of the year,
x a land of delight.
(<' 1 i|>|>.• r >
Money To Loan.
The Kingfisher Building and
Loan Association has money to
loan on improved city property
in Hennessey or elsewhere on
good, easy terms, prompt service
K A. l'NAIBURTON, Secretary
RO'JK ISLAND TIME TABLE
! ('orrected Nov. 1. 11115)
I '2 5:17 a.m.
:JC. 11:15 a.m.
24 1:4H p.m.
112 !) :11 p.m.
(Local Freight) 10:50 a.in.
Airs. .1ohm lie
-Monday with he
Air. and Airs,
and Air. and All's
Swaekhanimer, No. ■'!.)
Hopper i N"
i visited Sunday with Dick Bugg.
.) :.).) a.Ill
10 :50 a.m.
7 :'M p.m.
. 0 :55 p.m.
11 ~>S a.m.
Bugg spent Friday
j evening at
Airs. .John Sponier and All's.
Burge spent Wednesday with
Airs. John Aloery.
Fine Toko Grapes, 10c per
pound at the Farmers Store.
Fatal Auto Accident Near
•I. (i. Jackson a fanner, was
FOX AND WOLI' HOUNDS
of the best English strains in
America. Ml years experi-
ence in breeding these fine
hounds fur my own spurt. Save your pigs,
sheep and poultry. Send te in stamps
for catalogue. - T. B. HUDSPETH,
Sibley, Jackson County, Mo.
Tired, Grouchy Feeling-
Means a Lazy Liver.
'armer> LIV ER LAX will clear you out ami
fatally injured on \V < dliesday, ol make von l'eel line and dandy uguin. TI
last week, near Okeene, when his eflfeetivc as calomel, but Ha<
none ol itH well known disagreeable
auto upset while crossing a eul- uftei eirertH.
vert. He was taken to the Okeene UV-ER-LAX ■•lia.inate, poixoas,
clcansea tlio H^atem n-nu relievos con
hospital 1 01' troatllHMll, where ail stipati"ii in a thorough, hut pleasnnt
examination disclosed a rupture ■ A . "f11." " . resa}*!}>'
moans eonsistent health ami no doctor
of the intestines.The rupture was hills.
Guarantee: Kvery l>ot1bearing the
likeness of L, K. Drift shy is guaian
.poisoned his system tluil he died t«kcl lo^ i\ c satisfnetion or your money
i * I,,, x* _ 11,, ■ ti i will In* returned. For sale hero in
I the following moriiuiK. lie leaves mii, Hjw boUlea at
•losed, but toxic matti
a wife and three children.
SAUR'S DRUG RTOR8
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1915, newspaper, November 4, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105997/m1/5/: accessed September 25, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.