The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1917 Page: 8 of 10
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Choose an agree-
Keep the digestion
See that the liver
is active, and
The bowels always
Should weakness develop, TRY
Money b.,cli without question ^
It HUNT'S I'UKK NiUh lii'l'''
treatment IT. il. K<"/.KMA
licbluK' 'Ai" diseases. I rn
60o at drul'Kl«t*.« r direct frol-
ll.llchardk Mediclni Co .Sherman,Tti
He—Dearest, tlo you feel cold sit'
ting out here with nn admirer?
glle_.\ot at ull; I'm used 10
As we prow more sensible, we refuse
drug cathartics nml take instead Nature •
herb cure, Garfield Tea. Adv.
"Best Sellers" Only.
Father—l'tl Uku to get tt good young
glil's book like—
Clerk -Sorry, sir, but they don't |
print books for good young girls uny
more.- —Stanford Chaparral.
THIS IS THE AGE OF YOUTH.
1 You will look ten years younner u you
darken your ugtv. gn/tly, gray hairs by
j using "La Creole" Hair Dressing — Adv.
Tucker was Invited to dinner at the
| home of a little friend. They were re-
marknbly polite through a ewlmt
bounteous meal, but when dessert l>
,,eared. and proved to lemon
' pie. the little friend raised a protest
I sulkily refused dessert.
1 "Tucker," said the hostess, "will you
linve Home pie?"
1 "Oh, yes," sighed Tucker. In ft
! tone resignedly polite, "anything to
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle ol
CASTOIUA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that it
In Use for Over 3*0 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Custom
He Believed It, Too.
An elderly fanner from the border
of the country wandered Into u town
dry goods store where a sale in night-
was In progress.
Picking up one of the garments, be
gingerly loosened Its folds, curiously
-Can 1 sell you a nightshirt 1" nskeil
"No," said the farmer. Ids articula-
tion somewhat Impeded by a chew,
"you couldn't sell me one, but they do
siiv there's thousands that wear em.
Scotch engineer accidental/)
makes an important discovery /■■
which astounds mcdical ■ ■*
...... / —'" ,
find strange new light of
Sver 30 Years. J ° , , , . / . 4 /'if. " '
^J.,. ■ .
Man's sojourn on earth Is one con-
tinuous round of temptation.
Strong Drinks Irritate
Strong drinks like beer, whiskey,
tea and coffee, Irritate the kidneys
and habitual use tends to weaken
them. Daily backache, with head-
ache, nervousness, dizzy spells and
a rheumatic condition should be
taken (is a warning of kidney trou-
ble. Cut out, or ut least moderate,
the stimulant, and use Donn's Kid-
ney Pills. They are fine for weak
kidneys. Thousands recommend
A Kansas Case
jr si . Humboldt, Kan
savs: "My klciney
were weak and the
were filled with sedt
mcnt and passed lr
regularly. My back
ocbed constantly. 1
was dlzzv and nerv-
ous and mornings
felt all worn out.
Nothing ga\ e me re-
lief until I took Doan's Kidney Pills
and they restored my kidneys to.a. nor-
mal condition. I have gieat faith
Get Doin'i at Any Slow, 80c • Do*
DOAN ' S "pills
FOSTER-MiLBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
LIFT YOUR CORNS
OFF WITH FINGERS
How to loosen a tender corn
or callus so it lifts out
I.et folks stop on your feet hereafter;
wear shoes a size smaller If you like,
for corns will never again send electric
sparks of pain through you, according
to this Cincinnati authority.
lie says that a few drops of a drug
called freezone, applied directly upon
n tender, aching corn, instantly re-
lieves soreness, and soon the entire
corn, root and all, lifts right out.
This drug dries at once and simply
shrivels up the corn or callus without
even Irritating the surrounding skin.
A small bottle of freezone obtained
at any drug store will cost very little
but will positively remove every hard
or soft corn or callus from one's feet.
If your druggist hasn't stocked this
new "drug yet, tell him to get a small
| bottle of freezone for you from his
j wholesale drug bouse.—adv.
More Than One Kind of Mug.
A well-known politician told this re-
"1 have a very dear old housekeeper,
i she is aged, but she lias been like a
i mother to me. A little while ago 1 no-
ticed that my silver shaving mug was
1 slightly tarnished, anil I asked the old
lady to polish It for me. 1 completed
! my toilet nn# then went into the
kitchen to thank her for her kindness.
•• -Mrs. (i 1 said, 'my mug looks
a lot better this morning.'
: '"It surely doe, sir,' she replied,
glancing at me. 'You niwnyslook a
lot better with a clean shave.
VERYItODY has beard about I spoke, and my voice was entirely
the X-ray, a remarkable clear. ,.„ii„hr'
kind of light which today "I call the new ray God s own light,
has an Important place In lt^ Ims already done so much good,
un application; three treatments nired j
me. Tonight I return to my post back .
of the front."
Freckled face smiling thanks she
nportant place in It lms already done so rnuen gooo. not speaU; ,|)e girl nurse offered
It was discovered This Is the beginning of an • Z ! ,(0ml?t to Professor Simpson.
surgery. n uiatu ct " «...., ... .... r,-
in isor. by Wllbelm Konrad marvels," he confessed. lo expen-
iii . . i..,.. T ,,-na c*u L-lnir an
Roentgen, a Herman scientist. Many
of us know something about radium,
too, a wonderful mineral substance dis-
covered In 1902 by Madame Curie, a
French woman scientist. Itadium also
is of great value in the medical world
ment on armor plate I was seeking an
Intense, pure beat. My handy man, a
drunken, dissolute fellow, was han-
J dleapped by a bad burn.
"Suddenly the open wound began to
lieal. That puzzled me; to prove a
ol great value in me lueuno- , ..v...- - . -
so much so that the chief countries' imssibitity, I gave my hand an ug y
are producing it at government expense 0,1 "e of dirty bra .
for hospital usi
Many Women in this Condition Re
gain Health by Taking Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Convincing Proof of This Fact.
llidgway, Penn. - "I suffered from fomalo
trouble with backache and pain in my side for over
seven mouths so. I could not do any of my woik. I
was treated by three different doctors and was
fretting discouraged when my sister-in-law told me
how Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound had
helped her. I decided to try it, and it restored my
health, so I now do all of my housework which
not light as I have a little boy three years old.
— Mrs. O. M. IIhines, llidgway, Penn-
Mr*. Llndsey Now Keeps House For Seven.
Tennille Ga.-"I want to toll you how much I have been bene fite
k rl i^F l'hikham's Vegetable Compound. About eight years ago I
I y(l1 ■" . hpoith I was unable to kcopbouso for three in
the family. Ilia , , 'i _ n. The doctor said I had a
f!v,n harden some too. I am so thankful I got this medicine. I fee
m v it Haved' niv life and have recommended it to others and
Now comes the announcement of an-
other valuable discovery in the scien-
tific world—a new kind of light ray j
that has marvelous curative proper- (
ties, one lhat may revolutionize cer-
tain phases of the healing art. It is
called the Simpson ray, and may be
considered one of the war monster's
gifts to humanity in compensation for
millions of lives destroyed.
Sometime ago, William Simpson, a
Scotch physics engineer, was experi-
menting to develop ti very hard armor
plate, lie was using high-power elec-
iric currents to produce great heat.
Now no man knows more than a com-
paratively few properties of electricity.
I Civilization has harnessed this In- , _
finitely powerful force in nature to Since tn
some extent, but electricity Is con-
stantly doing something in harness to
puzzle those who use It. So it came to
pass that while Simpson was experi-
menting one of those puzzling things
happened, and the Simpson ray was
discovered, to lie named after lis dis-
Mary Royle O'lleilly, nn American
ne.vspaper woman, was in London not
: long ago and she went to interview
simpson at his laboratory. Here is
"Take S-rnys and keep young for a
hundred years," said William Simpson,
Scottish discoverer of Simpson's light.
drawing forward a wheeled standard
from which a spluttying electric arc
gave out faint white smoke.
"You are suffering from bronchial
hoarseness; let the light cure It while
we talk. It has no danger ray, causes
no burns, makes no martyrs; and It
kills every germ within ten seconds.
"I'asteur and Metchnlkoff taught
that to kill germs Is to create a new
world Without geitns there can be no
epidemic diseases. Also, the S-ray
softens hardened arteries and loosens
adhesions. That stops age. prolongs
maturity and Increases efficiency.
"We will yet be able to keep young
for a century. Already the Royal Med-
society Insists that the S-ray Is
the greatest thing In the medical
♦•Your hoarseness, now!
her bouquet to Professor Simpson.
"Heather!" lie exclaimed. "Hurky
heather from home! Lassie, I'll put it
by my statue of Bobby Burns!"
"Nae then, I must keep baak one
bit," laughed the girl nurse, and laid
the sprig on the standard beneath
"God's own light."
ll,at I had discovered something great- aroused about the Simpson Uglit <
nmi in , , al„| there seems little doubt that
er than a foundry process! iujsmiui ^
"Thus military surgery was provided wo an on the < «
no bad result from long exposure ns portune. MaJ. K. O. Iwncfl.
TAKES OFF DANDRUFF
HAIR STOPS FALLING
Girls! Try This! Makes Hal' Thick,
Glossy, Floffy, Beautiful—No
More Itching Scalp.
Within ten minutes after an appli-
cation of Daiiderlue you cannot And a
sin-'le trace of dandruff or falling hair
and your scalp will not Itch, hut what
will please you most will be alttr
few weeks' use. when you see new
hair, line and downy ut first—yes-but
really new hair—growing ull over the
A* little Danderlne Immediately dou-
bles the beauty of your hair. No dif-
ference how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy just moisten a cloth with
Danderlne and carefully draw It
! through your hair, taking one smaV
strand at a time. The effect is a.naz-
Ing—your hair will be light, fluffy and
wavy, and have an appearance of
j abundance; nn Incomparable luster,
softness and luxuriance. t
Get a 2D cent bottle of Knowlton s
Danderlne from any store, and prove
: that vour hair Is as pretty and soft
as any—that it has neglected or
injured by careless treatment—that «
all—you surely can have beautiful hair
\ and lots of It If you will just try a lit-
.le Danderlne. Adv.
Mrs Younghubby had moved to the
suburb* and was raising chickens. Oua
dav she noticed that the fowls were
ailing, so she called In Mrs tMdt mer
who had been raising poultry all h« r
"'"I wonder what is the matter with
the poor things?" sighed Mrs. Young-
••I think they are suffering from la
grippe." , ,r
"Oh, no. they ain't." assured Mrs.
Oldtlincr. "They are suffering from la
Allen's Foot-Ease for the Troops.
Jail Sentence a Compliment.
Arrested the other duy In San
I Rafael, Cal., for violation of automo-
hlle traffic rules a negro chauffeur was
taken before Judge de la Montanya
ami threatened with a 30-day term iu
jrill. He laughed.
"Thirty days is a compliment to me.
Judge," lie said.
Then he explained that he is a lire-
termer In San Rafael prison, a trusty
employed as chauffeur for the warden
of the prison.
with the X-rny, the electrodes being
held 12 to 24 inches from the skin. |
"Limbs which our soldiers feared,
were lost have been saved, cripples
have suppleness restored, face wounds
which made brave men look monstrous ;
have bt'en stimulated to clean healing.
.little off Jutland, hun-
dreds of Rritish sailors have been
cured by S-ray of gangrene. Killing
all germs, the Simpson light creates a
thin, infinitesimal skin which obviates
the necessity of messy dressings.
l'ive feet distant, electrodes of wolf-
ram discharged invisible strenins of ul-
tra violet rays. A subtle sense of rest-
fulness and well-being filled tile-
"And neuritis?" I suggested.
Professor Simpson's white heud uwtt
1 fiimnui ' •'
If you please." piped a voice fi'wm over hliropi
in one of the articles which have
lately been appearing In the Lancet
says "the Simpson light Is the latest
discovery in therapeutics. Kor ov.
two and a half years the scientific In-
vestigations have been published in 1
papers; during one and a half years
the "S" ravs have been employed
therapeutically, and over 0,<hm treat-
have been given. It will there-
fore be admitted that no undue haste
has been shown In nojv Introducing
them into notice."
This was written some months ago.
Now that the results are assured, no
ilme is being lost i.i actually gathering
in the fruits of tll« discovery and in-
stalling the apparatus In the hospitals;
and the Simpson, light treatment litis
1 already become n feature not only in
the Clinic centers of Knglnnd but all
Send 10c to Or. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel
Buffalo, for large trial package of Anurt
for Uidneya—cures backache.—Adv.
The shade of the man who gouge,
the poor by selling adulterated foo<
at high prices when he was on eartl
stood shivering before the pearl
"I thought 1 ordered you to go dow
below," said St. l'eter.
"I did!" replied the shade. "Rut Si
I tan wouldn't let me In. He said
! wasn't liie sort of person his frienc
and boarders cared to associate with
LAX-FOS is an improved CascE
A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE--Pleasant to ta
In LAX-FOS the Cascara is improved
addition of certain harmless chemie
which increase the efficiency of the C
cara, aiakme it better than ordinary C
cara. LAX-FOS aids digestion; pleas
to taka; does not gripe or disturb stoma
Adapted t children and adults. Ju3i tr
bottia for constipation or indigestiox 5
Ington.U.C Bookn free. H
est rence®. rea
say thank you The raj
the door, "I want t
to my professor!
Then she came in. a very little girl,
Shy but determined. "Last month I
had eczema." cried the young voice,
"and now I have not got in any more."
p.eyond the laboratory «l*tor a slight
girl in gray serge and a scarM cape
paused diffidently, a bowfiiet ol white
heather filling her bands.
-Sly mother sent this to you, profes-
sor." she said softly. "Like you, she
Is Scottish. For two years ! have been
a war nurse. Last month tlie hospital'
1 authorities ordered me home, 'invalid
ed from .varicose veins.' Doctors for-
bade nie to walk or to stand. Tfi<
discovered by Mr. SV. S. )
Simpson, an engineer, who, while ex-
peril .etiling ii>. the affinity of rare met-
als for one n not her, noticed rhnt ilia
light produced by the electric cotnhus. ;
tiotv of certain ores lwid "cuimtive ef-
fects on the workmen's lianJs. In con-
seutience ol wlii'.h ne prepared special
electrodes f°' combustioiv 111 au arc
lamp, hence the ' S" rays.
Without going Into alt the various
results which lire being detailed la the
medical press from tiiiie to time, we
'may content ourselves here with the
main fact that it has been tested In
the worst of cases, that the exposure
is r\ very short one. that there seems
lilt' I'* " * '
t ever" Sisfttlsh phvsiclan In Kng- some of the most Intro-table case,
and lias 'heard of the Simpson light. which l.ad defied a great deal of^ Heat-
"There are S-rav Installations In ment Improved at once under the S
scores of military hospitals. I urged rays, and were discharged cuied.
Wc all tnV^e cold sonv* Hme and e*«r>
b.uly should liwc IW«chec s licrnia
S> ru p h.wtlv nt ull imtaa for the trca
nicut <i throat aifd jlung trouble
hronchal c<>ut;hs, «tc./lt has bc*1*
the market/51 No
omnictulatJon is'possible. it Ee
soot i vet iiiflanuu'ation, eases • couk
Insures a/wood night's sleep, Wltn >
expsctorrtlon in the morning, uru
itists' a/id dealers' evcrywher«f *
mvi 75c'oottles. Don't take aub*tituu
Usual Fate of Baby Show Judge..
"You are saluted by most of the
rnoti you meet. Hanks, but 1 never me
a woman recognize you, said u
friend to a prominent congressman.
..N„; i haven't a woman friend In
town," replied the politician.
"How Is that?"
j "I was once judge of a baby show
I here The woman whose baby I gave
! the prize to has moved away. She
1 th.. onlv friend I had among the
7a1r sex tn thls community; aU U e
! Tent are my enemies.
' "prohibition Is making rapid strides,
but 1 notice that the good old custom
' of christening a ship with champagne
| still survives," remarked tho local op-
i "True, my brother," answered the re-
former, "but when a bottle of cham-
' pngne Is broken on the hull of a ship,
that's the end of the matter. When a
man opens a bottle of champagne It is
often the forerunner of a great many
more."—Birmingham (Ala.) Age-Her-
"There Is no doubt about It. We
have a democratic country.'
"A lawyer who was accused of In-
sulting congress replied that It couldn't
I be done."
| "Dear me, John, did you see any-
thing 111 the kitchen of the lemon
I "Well, 1 saw the Iceman hugging
I onr sour-faced cook."
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