The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 14, 1916 Page: 6 of 12
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the HnmasBT ourm xunmuT oklahoma thpibday, d*o. 11 me
Your Business is our Busi
ness. We are ready to
serve you. Our Business
Relations will do us mutu-
John Smith, President
H. H Rhodks, Cashier
Mrs. Jay McGee, of Steph-
enville,Texas, writes: 'For
r.ine (rJ) years, I suffered with
womanly trouble I had ter-
rible head i:hes, and pains in
r.iy b: . 1;, etc. It seemed as if
i wcttld die, I suffered so. At
last, I decided to try Cardui.
The woman's tonic, and it
he'prd ir.e right away. The
hill treatment not only helped
me, but it cured me."
Tiis Woman's Tonic
Cardui he'ps women in time
of greatest need, because it
Iflj contains ingredients which act
ffij specifically, yet gently, on the
j/§i weakened womanly organs.
I«! So, it you feel discouraged,
Ijffil blvc, out-of-sorts unable to
do your household work, on
r | acco'.::.t oJ your condition, stop
worrying and give Caidui a
,r:al. It has helped thousands
ct women,—why not you ?
Try Cardui. E-71
Oil Reported at Walker Well tluit oil luul been struck and
A telephone report to Enid, was being thrown over the top
from parties who reside near the of the derrick. The report lias
YVulkei1 test, stated yesterday, liot lieen continued. The Walker
is about a quarter mile
of the Hoy well.
Responsibility for Good Service
GOOD telephone service depends not only upon the
telephone equipment and the skill and intelligence
of the telephone employees, but also to a greater
degree upon the co-operation of the telephone users.
The person calling assists in obtaining good service
by always being sure to give the operator the right
The operator assists by answering the caller's signal
promptly and by quickly and accurately giving the de-
The person called co-operates for good service by
answering promptly, and each one helps materially by
speaking distinctly and by practicing courtesy and
patience under all conditions.
YOUR TELEPHONE IS A
LONG DISTANCE STATION
PIONEER TEL. & TEL. CO.
Boepple Test Is Interesting
The Boepple test in 11-21-4 is
showing up as an interesting
prospect and renewed interest in
this well is being shown. The
drill is making new eight-inch
hole at 10C0 feet and going down
through a hard limestone. If is
just north of the Covington
townsite ami 160 feet higher
than the Hoy or Wlaker wells.
The drillers expect to have to go
I to a deeper level to get the Hoy
! sand than in the other two wells.
The Light Situation
Hennessey needs a real light
| mil power plant one that will
run. This fact was. again brought
forcibly to the public mind this
j week, when the local plant "went
| out of eommssion from Monday
morning until Wednesday night.
Bngine trouble again forced a
shut down tliis morning and
the current has been off and. on
strain at intervals all day, Much
service makes electric light mid
equipment a handicap instead of
an advantage and action of some
kind should be taken. Hennessey
is entitled to better service and
some means of securing it should
!>e arranged. If a light plant
that will ran cannot be provided,
let a transmission tine be built
from Enid or Kingfisher.
A Birthday Surprise
her in properly celebrating the
occasion. Not the least enjoy-
able feature was the fine supper
provided. Those present were:!
Mrs. Thos. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. j|
Fred Mrawner and baby, Mr. and! |
Mrs McGee and family and Mr. |
and Mrs. Thos. Urawner 'audi
family, Mr. George States. Miss !
Myrtle Douglas and Mrs. George | j
Urawner and baby. The guests [
extended hearty good manes and
the hope that father time woue'
bring their hostess many more
happy birthdays. ii
Xmas candy at VValburn'sjfi
a large variety and priccsi
right. Phone 85.
J!. .J. McKissick, of Dover
Route four, was a business visi-
tor in Hennessey, Saturday.
Read the ads—and do your
Christmas shopping in Hennes-
sey. It will save you money.
Mrs. George Spindle came up ■
from Kingfisher Monday for a
few days visit with her mother,
Mrs. M. F. Brown.
WANTED—At once, a l)e-
loache saw mill, inserted tooth-
saw. Must be cheap. (Ihas. ('.
(lose. Eagle City, Okla. 28t3
A light fall of snow the sec-
ond of the winter -fell here in
the early hours this morning. It
brought gladness to many juve-
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Bosworth, twelve miles south-
west of Hennessey, this morning,
Thursday, Dec. 14. a nine anil a
quarter pound baby girl.
.1. I). Beebe and family left
the latter part of last week for
Sterling, Colo., where they will
make their future home. Their j
many friends in this vicinity re- j
gret. ther departure, but extend
best wishes for success in their1
The claying of the Lace, road
has been completed by Contract-
or Robert Rounds, and it is said ■
to be a very creditable l it of
road king. A li' tie work \ ith !
a ron'I drag after the first "iin|
would put it up in first-c!"ss j
condition to withs'ind theheav
traffic that passes over it. Ther
is vet a stretch ot' about one
and a half miles on this line of'
road between Hennessey and
Lacey that should he clayed.
Money to Loan—S. A. Sny-j
der, rear of Firsf Nat'l Bank.
Whooping Cough and Measles
N'ot, only .are whooping cough ;
and measles two of '!*;• in'Kt pre
valent of children's diseases. '
but there is still n lis,iQsi'i )it on j
the part of far too many patents
to regard them as comparatively '
trivial . in some .N:xes almost ti <■
necessary accompaniment-; of
childhood. No givulr • mistake
could be made. Each of these >
diseases every year taki s :>
much heavier toll of young lit'' '
in this state than diseases which j
arouse more apprehension, but .
are less common. It is depress i
ing to consider Lite unnecessary,
because, preventable suffering
Santa Claus Ready for Business
Everv man, woman and child should visit TOY LAND
•it COX'S Now Open. Hundreds ot useful things lor
the home. Read the great list below:
Salad Bowls, Nut Bowls, Cake Sets. « ouster Sets, Coffo
Sets, Chocolate Sets. Cup and Saucer Sets Pie I lu.e>
Tea Plates, Cup. Sat cer and Plate Sets, Ilaviland and
China Dinner Sets from $50,00 down to per set. r
Cut Glass Water Sets, She bets, Salt and Pepper Shakes
Sandwich Baskets, Silver Knives and Forks, lea Spoons,
Table Spoons, Berry Spoons, Punch Ladles Carving
Sets, Sugar Shells Butter Knives, Nuts ('racks. Silver
Toilet Sets of all description, a large line ot rrench
Ivorv, such as Crumb Tray . Mirrors, Buffers,, Natl Files.
I'uff" Boxes, Hair Receivers. Picture Frames, ( omb and
Brush Sets, Clothes Brushes, Hat Brushes. Manicure Sets,
Infants' Sets, and also a nice line of Work Boxes Mili-
tate Sets, Tourists' Sets in Leather and Ebony, Shaving
Sets, Cups and Saucers for Father, Mother, Sister and
Brother, Shaving Standsin nickel and Ebony, Men's Sock
and Tic Sets, Suspender Sets, Hose Supporter Sets. Muf-
flers, Initial Handkerchiefs, all in Holiday Boxes. Also
h beautiful line of Ladies Ilandkerchiets in ( tepc do
Chine, Silk and Linen both fancy and plain and initial.
Boudoir Caps in pink, blue and lavender, Fur Trimmed
Collars, Gloves, House Slippers in tclt, all colors for men,
women and children. The new Pussy Slipper, tor child-
ren. Slipper Soles, Cap and Scarf Sets, the new Two-in-
One Cap, all colors.
See my exquisite line of hand-made Tatting and Crochet
Work on displav in my window.
A visit to COX'S TOY LAND will hold wonderful in-
terest to any little boy or girl. The line of Automobiles,
Hose (.'arts, Street Cars, Hook and Ladders, Sand Toys,
Tinker Tovs, all sizes. Educated Animals, Carts, Wagons,
Banks, Blocks- all sizes Balls, Games- all kinds—Musi-
cal Tovs of all kinds, Drums. Horns, Watches, Rocking
Horses', Tennis Racks and Balls, and Guns, Guns, Guns.
And there is ,a Doll for every little girl. In fact, Dolls
of till kinds. There is Baby Doll, Sister Doll, Flossy
Fisher Doll, Fliks' Kid On pies, Kid Body Dolls in all
sizes. Colored Dolls andBoy dolls. In tact the largest
line of dolls in town, and my prices are right. See these
Dolls. Doll Sliocs and Stockings, Doll Buggies, of all
kinds, Doll Beds, Doll Cradles, new style Folding Tables,
Toy China Dinner Sets, Tea Sets Aluminum and Tin
Dinner Sets, Furniture Sets, Sad Irons, Tub Sets, Pastry
Sets. Paint Sets, Rubber Dolls, Rubber Rattles, all kinds,
Story Books. Paint Books. Stationery for Men, Women
and Children in pi'etty Holly Boxes, Holly Ribbon, Hol-
ly Boxes, Christinas Tags and Christmas Cards and Book-
lets. Picture Frames, a nice line of Pictures, Tie Racks.
Calendars. Match Boxes, and hundreds of other articles
suitable for Christmas Gifts.
Ours is a- helpful store, where no matter how little or
how much yon cho s« to spend, there's economy in the
price you pay. A sthre'of cheerful greeting, whether
you come to ■ buy or look.
Mrs. M. M. Cox's
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Clark Peacock, of Medford, curred between Medford and
was killed Tuesday when his Wakita. A companion escaped
car overturned. The accident oe- without injury.
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Professional Directory HARRIET WARD
At Hennessey on
W ednesdays and Saturdays
ffi< •• with Mr*. .M. F. Brown, oppos-
ite the Khler Store
i 'tfjEjpV Cih
W. L. MOORh
DR. A. DIXON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office au'I Residence in Cullum Build-
iti^ mi South Main Street
alls answered day or night, Phone 53
Dr. A. S. Piper
Eye Ear, Nose and Throat
S5tepheiu«on limit, Okia
Real Estate, Farm
Chiropractor Loans, Insurance
Duffy Bldg. Hennessey. Okln
Mary Olive Elliott, D.C. R. V.WOOLWINE
I have opened an office
Over Electric Theatre
If you are sick 117 Chiropractic
TERMS: $1.00 each Treatment, or
Six for $5.00
Mineral Baths for
OMfce Over Gilt>e:t' Grocery. North M^in V
A t Waukoml* Moodavn unil Thui sdn *
WATKINS & WATKINS
Office Over First National Bank
\t Humhiill Monday ami Tueeilay of
A number of friends arrange 1 j and loss of eliild lift*. Pltyxiciann
f surprise j>arty 011 Mrs. I). O. ,1 ii 1 alth officers tin-l t'u se iwi.
Brawner, Tuesday, the anniver- diseases among tne i>>osr <1 iffi-
sary of her birth and assisted -nit 'c control, because of the
yet prevalent belief that they are
y< ,'tld and devoid of danger to
life that precautions arc not nec-
I essarv. Yet, as a matter of fact,
| whooping cough ::nd inoasle-
each year claim inor • victims hi
] Oklahoma and throughout the
! isjiiKlry generally than scarlet
j fever or diphtheria. Whooping;
tcouoii, especially ii one of the
| tin *t fatal diseases in infants
i.n-ie; two years of a^e. Pcrmn
111,'lit physical in'.t<::irmet'.ts from
j complications frequently follow
j both whooping cough and mean
! The belief that all, or even a
1 great percentage • of children
1 must necessarily contract whoop-
i ing cough or measles, is wholh
ungrounded. They are contagi-
ous diseases and communicated
I only by contact with persons a f-
1 fected. Therefore, if each case
j was promptly isolated until re-
I covery, absolute control of the
infection could be accomplished.
The disease in question de-
; stroys more lives in the United
1 States than infantile paralysis,
whieh caused such alarm through-
out the country, but it is the un-
usual which excites dread.
Measles begin with symptoms
resembling a cold, such as run-
(ning at the nose, fever and
, cough, which generally continue
II for several days before rash ap-
pears. Whooping cough begins
i with an apparently ordinary
cough and the "whoop" usually
does not appear I'ov sevcntl day*.
It is in the early stages tliiit both
diseases are most contagious and
Sold at Hardware Store children with the symptoms dc
scribed, should not be allowed to
F. H. TATHWELL attend school or mingle with other
Hennessey, Olka. children.
What Shall I Give Him?
TT us show you right in
ycur home — on your
own machine at our ex-
pense—how this wonderful
little invention will do all of
your sewing—without your
once having to touch the
on your machine next the haad
wheel, (you need no screws,
clamps nor bolts to fasten it) sit
in any comfortable position, and
SEW-E-Z does the rest. AU
you do is guide your sewing.
Sows fast or slow as you wish.
Speed is regulated by little self-
starter which you press with
your foot. Operates from any
electric light socket.
SEW-E-Z only cosls $15.CO
acd is worth its weight in gok
Can you think of any-
thing better to give?
Better than the endur-
ing comfott and the
friendly warmth of a
fine Motorweave wool-
en automobile robe?
And the price, $6.75,
a brand-new value in
automobile robes, is
just about what .you
planned to spend.
Maybe you will want
to give several Motor-
Idea! as well for loufcg
ing, camping and all outdoor uses,
Motorweave durability is its great-
est feature. The fabric is double-
woven and reinforced There are
popular color shades that will stai d
comparison with the most costly
And Motorweave is of generous size
—60 by 80 inches—with plenty of
tuck in" even with three in a seat.
In size, weight and texture it is
ideal for motorists because it is
made especially for motorists the
only robe so designed:
?ee Motorweave und look for the
label nH guarantee at—
C. H. Cooper's
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