The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1901 Page: 2 of 10
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MUST WEAR BRAID IN PUBLIC
THE DUKE AND HIS DOGS
1_. G. MILLER. Fditor and Publisher.
C. H. MILLER. Proprietor. I
HENNESSEY, : OKLAHOMA.
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IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE TERRITORY. ^
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
Hlnv« Draler tor SO Y«ir«.
A innn lins just in Mobile. Aln.,
who brought the last cargo of sinyea
to the United States, and 1"' Parried
on the business for 111) years, reaching
Into the period of the eivil war.
Wnnion n BacceMful Farmen.
Mrs. Delia Riggi is said to be the
richest farmer In Indiana. She lives
on a 600-nerc farm, which she per-
sonally superintends, and on which
several hundred of cattle are raised
Old Plan Would )'« « Cheaper.
Tlio battleship Kentucky made no
Impression whatever upon the sultan
of Turkey, mid the missionary claims
remain unpaid. Tlio old plan of send-
ing a dun on a postal card would
have been much cheaper.
Two-Thlnla In Tenement IIon«en.
According to the report of the New
York tenement house commission, of
the 3,4:17,202 Inhabitants of New York
city 2,372,079, or more than two-
thirds, live in tenement houses, as
these houses uro defined by law.
A Novel for Every ¥ear.
Jules Verne is 73 years old. Ilo litis
written n novel for every yenr he lias |
lived, although his first 0110 was not
published until he was nearly 35
yonrs old. It was "Five Weeks in a
Baloon," and scored a big success.
N«t TI ma lie Will Think.
A Terre llnute girl gets $1,100 dam-
ages from a young farmer who, when
tho wedding day arrived, guessed he
wasn't in love enough to marry. Next
timo ho will make certain of the state
of his affections before be makes uny
Arbor l)ny l'rneinnmtion.
GoTernor Ilarncs lias issued on an-
nual arbor day proclamation—the first
under the new law euacied by the
••The first no ten of the robbin and
the swelling buds upon vino and shrub
mid tree rewinds us thut nutui e is once
again iibout to rejuvenate herself iu
garment^ of ^reen, and recalls the duty
we owe to ourselves, to our territory
and to generations that will follow in |
the beautifying of home and park and i
public place by the planting and culti- j
▼ation of trees aud plaints to please the
eye and make more habitable the land.
"The legislative assembly of the
territory by enactment on March 5,
19l)l, designated tho Friday following
the second Monday iu March in each
year as Arbor I'ay, and d« clared that
"Jt shall bo tho duty of tho authori-
ties of the public schools in this terri-
tory to assemble all pupils in their
charge ou tliftt day iu the school build-
ings or elsewhere as may bo deemed
proper, to provide for and conduct,
under tho general supervision of the
county superintendent or city super-
intendent or other chief officers having
the general oversight of the public
schools in each county or city, such
exercises ns shall tend to encourage
the planting, protection and preserva-
tion of trees and shrubs and an ac-
quaintance with tho best methods to
be adopted to accomplish such results.'
"Therefore, I, C. M. B «rnes, govern-
or of the territory of Oklahoma, do
proclaim Friday, March 15, as Arbor
Day, and call upon those iu charge of
the schools aud higher institutions of
learn ng to comply w<th the spirit of
the 'aw, and upon tho people generally
to observe the day in beautify iu# und
adorning the grounds, public and pri-
vate, with the planting of trees, shrubs,
vines aud grasses, that shall live after
them as monuments lo their public
spiritednesH aud true regard for the
highest welfare of the commonwealth.
"Doue at Guthrie this GLh day of
March, A. I) , 1001.
"0. M. Haunes, Governor.
"Attest: Wm. M. Jknkins,
"Secretary of the Territory.'"
HnrvlviMl 1*r« l ynnn lt® E*plo«foi ".
Pawnee D rnocrat.—For some time
past workmen have been engaged in
removing tho rock and «lirt in the rear
of the National hotel to make room for
a new building. Sid Morris who had |
the reputat'n n of being an expert with
explosives was in charge of the blast-
ing. lie had just put in a shot and
was preparing io Hgut it. At his side
was a wooden bucket in which there
| wera six sticks of dynamite, a couple
of caps ami some fuse, lie squatted
I down and struck a match. The head
broke off and fell into the bucket, but j
lie did not notice it Ilo t"en struck I
another match touche t the fuse aud on
turning around discovered the dyna-
Fngland usjs 6.000,000 square feet
of p'atc gla*au year.
lAbslnthe drinking in Switzerland is*!
Increasing ^o such an extent that va-
rious wcieties have been formed for
the purpose of delivering illustrated
lectures all over the country showing
the terrible effect this liquor has ou
A girl in Italy, -aged IS, was found in
a dark, underground pigsty, where sha
had been imprisoned by her parents for
15 years. She- stands only three feet
in height, and was totally bereft of
speech and reason. She can now begin
to stand and efforts are being made to
restore her reason.
An African chiefs umbrella is of
greater importance than many people
suppose. Apart from its enormous
sizit, its loss in battle more than equals
the loss of a standard of a European
commander. Some of the umbrellas
ore of prodigious dimensions, being
no less than 25 feet in diameter, with
ribs 12 feet 0 inches long.
A Neat Arrest.—One of the neatest
arrests on record was effected by a
policeman near llourne, Lincolnshire,
not long ago. Suspecting two men of
being deserters, he stepped up behind
falls to Pay tor Them and lie It
Obliged to Sail Without Them—
l*apa Zimmerman Full*.
When the duke of Manchester soiled
for England he left behind two ter-
riers that he had intruded to take with
him, says the New York Times, ihey
were tagged with large labels, on
which were their names and that of
their owner. But complications arose
between the duke nnd the man from
whom he bought the dogs some
months ago, and as a result the noble-
Uian had to leave the dogs behind.
The reason ho did not carry them
with him," said a friend of the dogs'
former owner, "was that lie had not
paid for them. Mr. Kelly, of Boston,
mile in the bucket on fire. Ho gr o
bed the bucket to throw it away from I tjvcn, an(j called out sharply: "Att
h>m but beforo ho could let go one of Hon!•• Taken unawares, the
the caps went off aud set off the six
sticks at once. Morris was blown to
tho ground with great violence, hi*
ri-lit arm was blown to pieces and
pieces of tho shiver d bucket were
driven into his side, taking with them
pieces of his clothing and making hor-
rible wounds. Ilo did not lose con-
sciousness, however, and immediately
milt t a ry
sprang to position in true
style, only to find themselves the next
! moment safe in the arms of the law.
j In China may be seen oaks, chest-
J nuts, pines and cedars, growing in flow ?
1 er pots, and 50 years old, but not 1~
I inches high. The Chinese take the
young plant, cut off its tap roots nnd
' place it in a bnsin of good soil kept-
called for some one to take bin away , waf<?rP^t Should it grow too rnp-
bcfoie the blast went off. This could 1 (]jg down and shorten several
not he done, but it did not add much to roots yenr by year the leaves grow
liis injuries. Tho wounded man was Bma||ei% an(j 'course of time the trees
removed to his home and at present is ' ^ec0Tne' little dwarfs.
renting us easy as could be expected,
though tho chances for recovery are | J^ADE OF JEWELS AIiD GOLD
a. itinst him. It is almost a miracle
Order Will n*«nlr Brllljh
Army Oflleera to Appea*
Society parade grounds 'n T.ondon
will be much brightened soon by reason
of the forthcoming army order that an
officer shall dre
n uniform instead
of'muftlIn public. The order comes
into force April "• It ordains that all
,rmv officers shall w ear their uniform!
in public and in theaters and places of
entertainment as well. This applies to
all household regiments, foot guard#
and cavalry. . .
It cannot be said that this order is ab
ali popular. It is generally though*
that it ha been brought about by the
instigation of the kaiser when he was
who is a friend of .nine/sold the ter- I over there. It is understoodI the^tvhole
tier, to the duke last year. Manchester I thing U ,uppos.d t° be an incent,vMo
promised to pay $1,500 for the pair. I recruiting. Karl Roberts and . g
lie did not pay. So. when Kelly heard , have had many long discussions on tho
the duke was to sail he oamc to New j subject.
"Ilut when he went to be hotel the
duke wns 'not at home.' However,
Kelly took his lawyer to tho hotel and
lay in wait for the duke, lie found
him in the lobby. The duke said he
had not the money. JIis father-in-
law, when asked to pay the bill, re-
fused to do so. So the duke had to let
Kelly take tho dogs."
PAGO-PAGO COALING STATION.
that he was uot inst intly killed. Tho
force of tuo explosion was terrific.
Every house in Pawnee was shaken.
Iu the drug stores bottles were knock-
ed from the shelves aud broken.
Donation* to Libraries.
Should tho donations for libraries
continue during the present year
upon tho generous ratio which has
marked January and February they
may occupy first place in the year s
totals. During these two months the
gifts to libraries have amounted to
$8,148,000. Of this large amount An-
drew Carnegie has contributed $2,-
600,000 for 27 libraries.
Holm Win P*7 tat III. Scare.
Daniel Seotten, a Detroit million-
aire, became alarmed over the sta-
bilty of the monetary system of the
tinted States during the Bryan cam-
paign of 180G and deposited $900,000
in Canadian banks. Sincc then he luis
•lied, and his heirs, after u vain legal
light, will bo compelled to pay the
succession duty of $45,240 demanded
by the Ontario government.
An Enemy of the Hope.
It is a bold move that King Victor
Emmanuel has made In entrusting
flig. Guiseppe Zannrdelli with the con-
struction of an Italian cabinet, nnd
with the conduct of the government.
For the new prime minister of Italy,
wl.o ns a stp/esmnn towers head and
shoulders _V(jfve every other Italian
politicini 4 tl -lh 1,10 exception of
Crispi, >r the last quarter of a
eelitur* ' ^'Tiiiguished himself by his
anim< •e'uRt1 to tho Vatican, ngainst
whi, 'j,-conducts a relentless war-
! >11111 Increase of Child Sulchle
A yjrs yt 12 years recently com-
mit .suicide in Connecticut because
he iiila n«d a disagreement with his
■rfldttltfriWher about tile studies it
was -Nisi for him to pursue. Kot
long ofli; a little girl took poison be-
cause she was not allowed by her
mother to go out and play. I here
lima been several cases where boys
«nd girls of tender years killed them-
selves because they fancied they were
crossed in love by cruel parents. Child
suicide is Increasing at un alarming
I>Im1 *t the -4ce of ion.
Benjamin Trine, 10G years old. nnd
probably New York's oldest citizen,
died on Thursday. lie wais born a
slave at Richmond, S. I., in the family
of David Van Pelt. For 15 years he
drove the first stage coach on Staten
Islaud. He remembered well Commo-
dore Yanderbilt and the lattcr's
brothers and sisters. Durisg the war
of 1812 he defended on several oc-
casions the family and property of his
owner and helped to construct the
fortifications on the island at thut
Wonderful Picture In Tliree Tort.
Tlant Wm Shown nt the
I'lmotiiw Iiun uii Hull.Huff.
Oklahoma Oily Tiines-Jourual.—Dirt
will commence flyin«j today (5th) iu
Oklahoma. llaruard Corrigan s arts
work tin ier his contract to build 117
mi'cs of railroad for tlio Choctaw rail-
road. Curiously enough the work has
been delayed tluousrh the intervention
of a former Kansas C tyan, W. J. Scott,
a man who practiced law in Kansas
City for some time. Scott had been
looking after concessions ami option^
from Indians and professed to have
tio<l up whole counties of coal, iron, oil
and grass land. The roule of the pro-
posed extension of the Choctaw did not
suit Ii k idea and he went into court to
have tho work stopped. Eventually
the row reached tho • >fll e of tli« secre-
tary of the interior. Meantime the
railroad luid run its survey, called for
bills, let tho contract to a Kansas City
man, Bernard Corrigan, and stood
ready to bejjiu spending tho $1,000,000
the Corrigan grading and laying con-
tract called for, and the other $o00,000
which the steel and cross ties will cost.
On Friday the department of the in-
terior turned Scott down on every
poiut he raised; tho right of ways was
opened to the railroad. Mr. Corrigan
was telegraphed to s^p his head-
quartet s and order the giading crews
to start and yesterday ho himself made i
Incidentally this is the heaviest con- |
tract of the kind that has been Jet in j
the Unite I States iu live years.
Killed 1>7 Hiccough*.
Enid.—Sunday morning Landlord I
Hubbard of tho Hubbard house
to the room of Dr. Flemming.
OMptinnt KeculU i* Homo mil.
Guthrie. — Representative Oliphant
on the fitli introduced a resolution re-
calling from tho council House Bill
No. 107, which pass d tho house in tho
early days of tho .session. The bill pro-
vides for tho organization of a trust
company and so innocent did it at pear
ou i.s face that it slipped through the
house without debate and by a unani-
mous vote. Re-ently attention lias
been called to alleged objectionable
provisions of the bid, lieuco tho de-
mand for its recall. Under the rules
Otipluint's resolution was laid over.
I he attention of tho members was ic-
j directed to the bill by the following
"House Bill No. 107 should not be
permitted to become a law in this ter-
ritory. It provides for a tru^t of great-
er powers, more far-reaching and vaV-
icd than those of tho Standard Oil
company Under this bill a single cor-
poration is authorized to engage in
any and all busiuess carried on in the
territory, except cultivation of the soil,
mercantile busiuess, manufacturing
"It is permitted to do a banking
business, receive money ou deposit,
paying interest therefor, loaning it out
and receiving interest therefor; doing
a general loan business upon both real
and chattel security; permitted to en-
gage in the insurauco business, to act
as a guardian company, making bonds
for all municipal oflioers, for all per-
sons occupying positions of trust, all
bonds required in le^al proceedings, to
act as trustee, to act as t.geot foe idiots
insano persons, married women and
common drunWards; to act as receivers,
executors, administrators and guard-
ians; buy and sell bonds and warrants
of this terr itory and of any sta'e in the
Union; to do an abstract business aud
in connection therewith guarantee ti-
tle* and to engage in many other
branches of business too numerous to
"With nil these powers it propose*
went 1 that no corporation shall be orgauiz d
After under this bill when it becomes a law
Calling several times without answer
Colonel llebbatd went to tho bedside,
making the startling discovery that
his guest was dead, his glazed eyes -et
and gaping mouth tellim*" the story.
A physic au was summoned ami upon c.^ corporations in tho territory for
examination gave his opinion that the
deceased came to his death from the
clos ng of the small intestine cau-ed
from hiccoughs. Some be ieved that it
was a case of suicide, but Colonel llub-
bnrd says that is out of the question.
Dr. Fleming was ti medicine vender
and sold medicine or advertised it at
the drug stores. A letter was receive d
from the wife of the deceased at Fre-
don i a. Kan., in answer to a telegram
sent her, stating that she had no in inl-
and that ho hat! none, and dire ting
that the city bury him hero at its own
C«mml «lonwr AppiHt'el by lie At*#.
Enid. Judge McAt-e has appointed
Jud-e Dillon, Amos Stoalubargei- and
Colonel Bennett a board of railroad
com miss oners in condemation pro-
ceedings. The duty of this board w 11
be to settle all disputes arising be-
tween railroad lines and farm r>
What is Fnid to be the most co:*Cy
piece of gold nnd jewel work in the
world is a symbolic representation of
the influence of Christ upon modern
civilization, which was exhibited a.t.the
Paris exposition under the title ©J
The piece is composed of three parts
the upper representing the facts or
the cause, the center the dcctron or
modes of action, and the pedestal the
At the summit the Deity is pre figured
by a sapphire, forming an equilateral
triangle, the image of the Trinity.
From the triangle spring forth rays
of divine, glory in brilliants. Behind
the sapphire, on a- streamer of gold,
I lire inscribed in letters formed l>y roses
| the words "Dixit et faeta sunt' ("He
tpakc, and it was done"). Under-
! in which the figures arv of gold. The
I neath is represented the crucifixion,
j accompanying inscriptions are ir
• rubies, diamonds and roses.
The globe beneath the crucifixion i
a hollowed agate, an the flgur< - of
the. apostles which circle it are of gold,
says the Jewelers' ^ eekly. hach is
embraced by two palms in brilliants.
For the apostles who suffered martyr-
dom the central part of the palms is of
rubies. The*lower portion of the work
has a central group representing the
triumph of good over evil, or of the
Archangel Michael over Satan. The
archangel is of go!d of effulgent hue
and his right hand brandishes a. sword
of brilliants. The pommel of the sword
consists of a ruby and three brilliants
cut as briolettes. His wings are made
of brilliants, and the edges of the
plumes of sapphires. Satan is of gold
of somber tint. His wings are of dark
brown diamonds; the sides of the wings
ore delineated by roses. Saint Michael
overlooks a rock of T>abrador stone
the symbol of the church, the stone
against which the hosts of hell shal
not prevail. On the three sides of the
rock are Fcatcd the effigies, in gold, o
the principal virtues proclaimed by
Sheltered by the rock is seen an
open book of gold, in which is engrave
in relief a resume of the doctrine <
Christ, nnd a record of the works per-
formed bv those who have put it in
Declnrcd to De Finest In World by
Contractor Conttrnetlnc the
Steel Pier There.
Robert Tibbits, the contractor who
for the last seven months has been
building the United States govern-
ment coaling station and pier in the
harbor of Pago-Pago, in the Samoan
islands, has arrived at San Francisco,
lie says the pier and other structures
costing $400,000, will be turned over
to the government In about three
months. The pier is 3G5 feet long
and 80 feet wide. It is made entirely
of steel. All the piles are of steel.
They measure nine inches in diame-
ter, and vary in length from 30 to 70
feet. On the shore just back of the
projecting pier is a large steel build-
ng 150 feet long by 100 feet wide.
This is to be a repository for 10,000
tons of coal. Another similar build-
ing is to be erected. Mr. Tibbits de-
clares that there is no doubt that
Pago-Pago is the finest coaling sta-
tion in the world.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Boar Signature of
See FaoSlmlle Wrapper Below.
Terr email and a* easy
to take ns aneaxw
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
AI Purely Topetail'
.fnpnnete Women'* College.
The rich Japanese family Mitsui has
presented on extensive piece of ground
near Tokio for the purpose of found-
ing a women's university, writes a
Tokio correspondent. Threa other
Japanese gentlemen have subscribed
the sum neccssary for erecting uni-
versity buildings. The work has been
started, and it is hoped that the uni-
versity will be opened in the spring of
this year. Many lady students are ex-
pected to join, many young Japanese
ladies of good family having assisted
at the medical and polytechnic lec-
tures at the existing Japanese uni«
Nrvr Fl.l«l of PhtTntifhrnpr.
Somebody is now trying to discour-
age mankind by declaring that the peo-
ple of Mars are too ignorant to un-
derstand ns even if we do signnl to
them. But this should not serve to
hold the world back, exclaims the Chi-
cago Times-Herald. Perhaps we can
have fun educating the people of Mars
after we get through with the Chi-
fincar Coateil Pill..
Russia has prepared a bitter pill for
American manufacturers to swallow.
Still, says the Chicago Tribune, consol-
ingly, it is sugar-coated.
Little Grain «rowo la Morrrar.
Less than one per cent, of the land
In Norway is in use for grain fields.
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
hiior 4 Years an Independence Is Assured
Superintendent, of I
1 f you takoup yotir Vomeo
in Western Canada, tho
land of plenty. IUjib-
truled pnmphlets. jrivtng
experiences of farmer*
Vi ho have become ivealt hy
in Knowing wheat. reiKirts
of riHejzntes, etc..and full
information as to reduced
lailwuy rater, can bo had
on application to tho
Igration. 1 e partme
Canada."or addma'tho Coder-
S)th ft. Kuusas City.Mo.
BKADrnS OF THIS PAPER
UrsiUTNO TO BUY ANYTHING
ADVKUTISKI) IN ITS COLUMNS
EHODLI) INSIST I I'ON HAVING
WHAT Til MY ASK * OK, HKFI'SINO
ALL SUBSTITUTES Oil IMITATIONS.
hlsllii I I ble, Kidney aud Liver Diseases, oto.
vWmW I ■ Constipation can ho cured. How
to no cured froo and f<Tj ortun1ty to make tito per
cent, profit. Write WM. A LIVINrtBTON. I'ti ( •
Johnstown, New York, inoloslnK 2-cenfc stump.
without fee tin*
l« s* BueeeHKf'iil.
MliTo It. ST1IVI NS ('(>. Ks'ah l.Stti.
Ul . a.™'- "hStrop': WASH IN«TO!f. B.C.
Branch ofllces. L'hicaa
OLD SORES CURED
Allen'* Uleerlne Pftl
H' rofulxiis l lrrra. Vuriro^o I'lrtrt, 1
I'lffrw, While Swflllojf. WUU l*J. K"
(■nrra, all ol«l non *. IWIhclr no f*llur«, no •"n'J' f
.Uudlm. II, m.ll, 4. I'. U!:S ST. PAUL. SB
mil. Salt HIiMint. t\'
WITEX WRIT1M) TO AllVEBTISrB.1
plrn.e .Into thut yol* auw lite AdTei'tt.a.
ttent In tbii paper.
wiih less than two hundred thousand
ieipltal, one li und red thousand of
which luusi bo paid in lefore coin-
laencitig busine-s. This provision cf-
j ; oetu illy bars ihe organ.z iti n of lo-
tlie purpose of competing w.tli this
gigantic trust iu i.uy of tlio branches
of business enumerated in this bill, as i jj0]v Spirit* inspirrr of the doctrine
practice. On the front and back of the
cover are engraved the images of sci-
ence and history throwing* a light on
the Gospel which allows of a better
comprehension of the teachings of
A dove in diamonds, symbol of the
o. al corporation W iuld be able to
-ecure a capital stock of $20<\000, 1
e 100,000 p id iu. It is apparent there-
fore, that this bill is intended to be-
come a great monopoly, m-nopoliz ng
all the business in the numerous
branches mentioned Jn this act, to the
exclusion of the organization of all
other corporations « f I ke churaeter.
"It hus been argued that it is a good
tiling to pass this bill lo bring foreigu
capital into tho teiritory. It might
bring into the territory jsubscriptiona
of foreign capital suillcient to create a
corporation under this law, biit the
organization of one such trust as this
t ill contemplates wou'd tffectunlly
bar all other corpor.i'.ions of like
character from coming into this terri-
tory, and it rnu-t l>« understood that
through whoso lands the right of ^vay|tj10ugh a coiporation with )0,000
Gurman nnd Fronch Population.
The recent census of the German
empire shows a population of 56,34fl,-
000 an increase of 7.79 per cent, in
lire years. These tipures rail renewed
attention to the RTowing disparity be-
tween tlie strength of Germany und
that of its former rival. France. At
the time of the Franco-Prussian war
the (wo nations were almost equal in
population. To-day the population of
Franco i scarcely more than two-
thirds that of Germany, and every
year increases the disparity. The dif-
ierence is largely one of birth rate.
Is to pa-s When a railroad refus h t>
p.iv a farmer tho prit e asked f r the
right < f way. H,e farmer lias recour-t
In the new board which is to decide
upon tho justice of tho matter.
I lie t o
Guthrie.—The governor lias sent ill
following nomination* to tho coiinci
Attorney General—J. C. btiuii^' oi
Territorial Treasurer — FraiiU W.
Th mi-son of Pawns? couutv.
8ii| erinteiideut of Public Instruction
fj. Hopkins, of Canadian county.
Hault Commisiloner—Frank J. Wy-
coil of Payne county.
ap tal t-to-k may he organixod under
ihis bill, that the capital sioclt would
iK-oivuidhy u it-resident iniliridunls
and fo-cigu corporations, and tlu- only
property boiongiuR to this gigantic
tru>t thut would exist in ihe territory
for the purpose of taxation tvould be
heir ollice furniture.
"Whei eas, If the passage of this bill
is, defeated and local cor[>orations arc
permitted to organize in this territory
vith capital stock owned by peisons
residing iu the territory, all of the
. apital >-t. ek of said local corporations
vill be here in the territory for the
nirpos® of ass sment and Uxation.
nnd virtues of the saints, hover over
the book. The book is placed or,(let
the rock to t-liow thnt the churches
the guardian of the purity of the doc-
trir.e. _ _
On the pedes'al. in gold, are chiseled
three bas-rt-Vu-fx. The ore in front rep-
resents Chri-t rising victorious from
the tomb, the second as the liberator
of men, nnd the third shows Jesus
crowning Mary, his mother.
It will be a surprise to many readers
to hear thnt Florence Nightingale if
still alive. She lives near Hjde Park.
London, in a modest boarding house.
The room to which she is confined is
large nnd airy and is always decorated
with flowers, while her favorite books
are ranged on handy f-hel\es. ^Nuting
materials are also within easy reach,
although she uses them but little ol
late years. She is an invalid, having
never thoroughly recovered from the
mental nr.d bodily strain of the Grim-
tar. campaign.—Golden Fays.
Servants in Germany have their
"character books" duly stamped by tlx
police, and in these are written full
particulars of their conduct when in
service. The employer keeps the book
until the servant leaves, when it is
handed over, after on account of the
servant's behavior and the treasons foi
leaving hare been entered.—N. Y. Bun,
For Infants and Children.
ANtgctable Preparation I'or As-
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' Promotes Di<?,?slionJCIrerPuf-
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Opium .Morphine nor Mineral.
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A perfect Remedy forConsllpn-
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Worms .Convulf knw .fcverish-
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Miller, L. G. The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1901, newspaper, March 14, 1901; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104848/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.