The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1916 Page: 4 of 10
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m oums. umraaaar, oklahoma
At City Opera House, Monday, January 31 st
Engagement Extraordinary—Byers & Mann Present
Miss Floy Mann
In the Greatest American Play
Miss Floy Mann
Best Dramatic Production in Years—Brilliantly Cast and Staged—Guaranteed to be as
strong a play as "Paid in Full," "Fine Feathers," Etc. Seats on sale at Dinklers
'Like father, like son"
What the Cotton Farmer Can Do
Feed Ills family: Have a good
garden of half an acre, plant a
half acre to Irish potatoes twice
during the season; raise half an
acre of sweet potatoes and one-1
fourth of an aere of .Japanese |
ribbon cane for molasses.
Keep a brood sow and produce
one hundred dollars worth ot [
meat for the family- Keep two
dozen young hens and supply the
family with fresh eggs, all the
young chickens they can eat and
sell enough chickens to pay for
Feed his animals? Raise suf-
ficient corn, hay and fodder tor
every animal on the farm. Out*
cut when in the dough, make a
good hay. Covpcas cut when the
first pod becomes ripe make good
hay. Plant cowpeas in the corn
at the last cultivation. Cut and
shock the corn- After the foddet-
becomes dry. pull off the ears.
The fodder and the peas vines
will take the place of hay for at
least six months.
Raise every pound of cotton he
I am agent for
and Granite Works
of Sedalia, Mo.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
take a sufficient quantity of qui- | I* i _
I niim in the spring of each year,! *
scientists are of the opinion that I
Cook & Kenaey Marble:""' of ",i,ll"'iil woul<l w
. _ _ cheeked and ultimately disappear
hs a bodily ailment. There is no
doubt that man- no less than the
mosquito is responsible for the
existence and spread of malaria-
0. U. Glee Club May Come Here
The Schmidtonian Glee Club, j
of the Oklahoma State
Farmers brim; me your Hides.
Roys' bring your Furs to
D. R. Brewer
1st door North Myers Produce Co.
According to the insur-
ance rules and the Na-
tional Board of Fire
Underwriters, the Elec-
tric Work in your home
must be up to* a certain
standard of rules issued
We have had nearly
seventeen years experi-
ence under these rules.
Why Not Let
Us Do Your
Electric Irons, Toasters,
Baking Ovens, Curling
Irons, Water Heaters,
at a bargain.
Our phone number is
155. Please call us, we
are anxious to serve you.
Everything fully guar-
can after he lias taken enough
land to raise bis food and feed.
Prepare the ground a little bet-
ter. If in a boll wevil district,
plant some early variety of cot-
ton like the Kxpress, thai will
make a fair yield before the ive-
vils get numerous enough to do
Feed his land: The average
yield of cotton is a bale to three
acres. I'oor. clay lands can be
brought up to a bale or more to
the acre in four years by sowing
bur or crimson clover between
the rows after the first picking.
These clovers grow all winter,
and may be plowed under in the
spring in time to plant cottin.
The yield 011 rich land may be
doubled through the use of these
winter growing clovers. II ,M.
Cottrell, Agriculturist, Uureau
of Farm Development, .Memphis,
Coughing or Sneezing is Largely
The uproar of coughing and
sneezing throughout the land du-
ring the widespread epidenmic
of inflcnza has led medical ex-
perts to call attention to the fact
that coughing or sneezing is larg-
ly a matter of habit and can be
controlled If you have never
tried it, writes a well known
expert, •"the next time you are
tempted to cough or clear your
throat- see how well you can get
along without doing so, and af-
ter a little practice viti will find
your control complete. Coughing
is for the most part a nervous
habit, due to a tickling in the
throat brought 011 by previous
coughing, and also a sort of un-
conscious imitation of persons
who make 110 effort to restrain
their coughing. My not coughing
and sneezing, a community would
do much toward arresting the
spread of winter maladies.
Kill the Parasite of Malaria
In view of the progress in the
prevention of disease in the
I nitcd States during 1915, the
Federal government calls atten-
tion to the mistaken belief that
malaria winters in the bodies of
mosquitos. As a matter of fact,
the malaria parasite is carried in
the liumn body from season to
season, and is transmitted by the
mosquito. Of the population of |
20.000.001) in the Southern states
it is estimated that at least four
per cent suffer annually an at-
tack of malaria, (juinine is a |
! specific for malaria, If persons
suffering from malaria would
alize the danger of the cesspool
which is frequently the cause of
the widespread typhoid fever ep-
idemics that cost thousands of
nivers- j lives annually, through a con-
month. Hennessev has been
sured a date if the organization
is guaranteed $100. and a special
effort will be made to furnish
the desired guarantee. This or-
ganization, of which Fred Wool-
sey. son of Mr. and Mrs. (I. W
Woolscy, is a member, includes |
11 violinist, reader, and cartoon- i
ist in its membership of twenty.
Its itinary for next month incln-j
des St- Louis, Columbia- .loplin
jand other Missouri towns in ad-
dition to a tour of many of the
| towns in Oklahoma. The organi-
sation usually require a guaran-
tee of $:|()(l.
The Value of Actual Demonstra-
The public, more and more, is
responding to helpful informa-
tion and other assistance render-
ed in the improvement of local
health conditions- "Unsanitary
conditions," say the United
States Department of Public
Health." exist largely because
they are not known to be such-
Actual demonstrations of their
harmfulness, together with rec-
commendations for their correc-
tion, remain one of the most
gratifying and successful meth-
ods for instituting reforms, and
has become, in the experience ol
the Public Health Service, invar-1
iably accompanied by defnite and
The lack of sewers has proven
a fruitful source of disease in
the smaller towns of the country
-especially the newer states of
the west. The. people fail to re-
tamination of the water
of the community.
Farewell Surprise on Mr
and Mrs. Frank lla.jak
their home occupied when
returned Saturday night,
stopping for supper at
of Mrs. Hajek's parents as
were returning from town.
It was a farewell surprise by a
few of their friends and neigh-
bors and proved a very pleasant
affair. After being served with
oyster soup, pie and coffee, the
evening was quickly passed with
games and an old-fashioned spel-
ling contest also furnished a
pleasing diverson. It was late
(or rather early) when they
all finally had departed for their
various homes with expressions
of regret at the impending loss
of Mr- and Mrs. Hajek, but ex-
pressing their earnest wishes for
their prosperity in their new
home at Ooltry. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Will Felder
and children. Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Wright and baby, Mr. and
.Mrs. Warren Yandusen and son,
Mr. and Mrs. (' W. King, Mr.
and Mrs- Charles Lee and child-
Mr. and Mrs. Will Mala In
children, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
I'ipla and sons, .Tames and
and Miss Olga Pipla and
(Trossmau, of Goltry; Miss
IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS
\ IN ANY
M a ry
Mr. and Mrs.
their new homo
week, were the
Hajek s father
and Mr. .John
Hajek moved to
at Ooltry this
will farm Mr.
farm. The have
try in a most aggravated form,
the nose is one of the most over-
worked organs in the human
body. Morning 110011 and night,
the nose is being exerted to a
maximum degree to afford relief
for the neezing- coughing victim
I of influenza. The fact is not com-
monly known to most people
that there is a right and a
wrong way of blowing one's nose-
! It is important that the nasal
I pasages should carry off the se-
I c ret ions and discharges, as the
i accumulation of the latter arc
! not conducive to the health and
| comfort of the individual- To
bury one's i.jose in a handker-
chief and blow with both nostrils
open is likely to prove injurious
and result in more or less deaf-
ness. The delicate mechanism of
the ear should not be subjected
to such violerfce. In blowing the
nose properly, one nostril at a
time should be firmly closed by
a firm pressure of the finger and
the other nostril cleansed by
blowing. Nor should the blowing
be too violent. In this way, the
air is forced .through a single !
nostril, as it should be.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank the friends
and neighbors who so generously !
assisted during the illness and
at the death of our father. Mr.
A. Hollenbeek, and also extend
thanks for the beautiful floral
up from Kingfisher Monday and
located the site of the proposed
new Duffy bridge, across Tur-
key creek, northwest of town.
Construction work will be start-
ed within a few days.
1st printed in Clipper .Ian. 27, '10 t:s
Notice to Creditors to Present Claims.
All persons having claims against
Mathins Millies, deceased, are requir
r I to present the same with the neces
sun vouchers, to the undersigned ml -
ministrator, at the Law Office of W.
I/. Moore, in Hennessey, in the County
of Kingfisher anil State of Oklahoma,
within four months of the date here-
of, or the same will be forever
Dated .lanuarv 2<>th, 1916.
W. It. MOOliK, Administrator.
Attorney for Administrator.
LOW touhTST FARES
NOW IN EFFECT
For full information write to
or call on
TICKET AGENT, ROCK ISLAND LINES
Div. Pass. A*t. Oklahoma City
Wear one 30 days and
if not satisfactory
your money refund-
ed. All trusses fitted
Ask about them at
E. E. Farwell.
WHY NOT UTILIZE YOUR
Why not spend leisure time
wisely? What have you gained '
from your idle time the past -
year? Has not most of it been '
devoted to idle gossip been
An hour a day for three '
months devoted to one of our !
courses will make you stronger,
wiser, better fitted to cope with
11 farming Mrs. Laura ('rusk's world and to wrest success
place several miles southeast of H'om her hands success is won
town. only by the worthy. Kit yourself j
-(Clipper) and use your leisure wiselv.
Campaign to Save the Babies <t,il\ h.\ effort can you sue-!
The attention id' mothers and ceed only by studv, bv toil in ,
parents in Oklahoma is called to the dust of action. Mental work j
the fact that the Children's Bur- is much easier than physical andjj
can of the United States Depart- pays much better returns.
ment of Labor has begun the j If you are ambitious: not on-i
widespread publication of a ser- tent to remain as you are, read j
ies of six articles on the care if j this carefully; take up vour
babies, preliminary to the nation I work in a few weeks, do as bun-
wide observance of Ha by Week | dreds of others have done; until-!
next March. These bulletins will i^c the wasted time and make of
instruct mothers in the preveu-1 it a Jacob's ladder to mount to I
tion of diseases common to babies : tin
of a splendid suc-
aixl should do incalculable good, j eess- If in doubt as to what
The Oklahoma State Hoard of i course, let us advise vou. Write
Health will do its utmost in help-j us fully and and get the
ing disseminate this information benefit of our many years
How to Blow Your Nose
Coincident with the prevalence
of inflcnza throughout the conn
| iu helping young people.
jlTAL CITY BUSINESS
LE(!K, (Jiithric, Okla-
County Surveyor Steele
A Lifetime of Service
1 lie Standard Rotary Shuttle
is a splendid example of the
highest art in sewing mechanism
and cabinet construction.
i m "SIISIRAIOUT"
feature permits the operator to
sew with comfort and ease. Ev-
ery machine guaranteed for LIFE
The standard Sewing Mch. Co
Now being demonstrated by G.
W. Woolsey, Hennessey, Okla
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