The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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THE HENNESSEY CLIPPER, THURSDAY, NOVEMBEK 14, lttoi.
REPORT OF HENNESSEY PLBL1C SCHOOL.
For Month beginning October i4=---Ending Nov
::d and Ith
Fifth tirade. .
Knrollment Ave Ilail.v Attend'neeTotal Attendance Day
IVvv (i'rls T Boys (JirN Total l*oys (iirls Total
* A b^ent
35 i I
i 15 iH
•15 15 (522
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11.00 m* :
45. tW 54*2;
28. SO 101
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Something to Encourage Is.
From Dallas News.
While we as ;i people are guilty
of many previous wrongs, and
realize that for eertain of our sins
and crimes we must hunt in vain
for excuse or pardon, slill we
may console ourselves, now and
then with the assurance that we
have done well: that we have been
of service to our neighbors and
to the world at large.
A great many people of this
country believe that we went to
war with Spain without adequate
cause. They consider that we
hare followed the war up most
cruelly in the Philippines. They
and others are eager to hear any
good and encouraging news re-
garding acceptable service which
we have rendered or are render-
ing others, and these are the
more anxious to know whether
we have been i curse or a bless-
ing to the people over whom the
war was waged.
The New York World notes
that for ten years in Havana the
average number of September
deaths was 877.45 rising to the j
appalling total of -',307 in the
year of the war. In the Septem-1
ber just passed there were H3!i i
deaths less than half the ten,
vear average and (HI less than j
in the healthiest winter mouth on |
record up to 1898.
The death rate this September i
was ir.,()4 per 1,0011,slightly lower I
than that of London or Paris and i
less than two-thirds that of Her- J
liu. 11 New York's death rate
last August a cool mouth had
been ;is low as Havana's in Sep
tern ber, 1782 human lives would
have been saved in that single
Under ten years of Spanish
rule the average of yellow fever
deaths in the six summer months
was *29o; this year,"). The expla-
nation is thus given in Chief San-
itary Officer Oorgas' report to
General Wood, from which these
facts are taken:
This year since the 1st of
March we have had 100 men dai-
ly engaged in killing mosquitos
in eve v way we knew how.
A considerable decrease in the
ravages of consumption is also
As the World adds, these an
our glorious victories in Cuba.
Considering the time we have
been in the Philippines, we have
done scarcely less. If the re-
ports are reliable, if we are real-
ly about to relieve these Spanish
countries of deadly fevers and to
improve the condition of the peo-
ple in other respects, thus to add
to the safety of the people of the
whole world, then we have, with
all our wickedness, at least a few
results of good work to which we
are able to point with satisfac-1
tion and hope.
Jesse (• vytin was at Wauk<unis
Hay Punk of Enid is visiting !
his uncle, Ed Hawk.
Mrs. O. .1. Haldwin and Mrs. j
Hiatt were in the city Friday.
Mrs. Hert Liver more of Iowa
is the guest of Mrs. E. Lalicker
The Lyon Valley folks know
how to sing and they also know
how to cook.
John Wren has traded his farm
for a stock of dry goods and gro-
ceries in Hennessey.
Mesdames Kemp, Wright,
(rwynn and Phillips were visit-
ing Mrs. Steve Parnell last
Miss .lessie Hiatt accompanied
Miss Maud Brady home last
Friday, southeast of Hennsssey.
They returned Sunday evening.
The Evangelist society held a
Sunday School Convention at
I their church here the 7 and stli
' which was well attended and en-
joyed by all, especially the sing-
i ing and the dinners.
There is probably no disease
more distressing or annoying
than piles. Tabler s Buckeye
Pile Ointment is daily curing
cases of years' standing of itch-
ing and bleeding piles. The
cure begins on the first applica-
tion, a little perseverance makes
the cure complete. Price I'd
cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents.
For sale by F. A. Dinkier.
KZ'S, IN kansas and oklahoma
- 'k*. • II ffj. aM to,,m
At low interest rates and upon favorable terms to the
Do You Want to Borrow Money
on Your Farm?
If yon do, fill out and sign this blank and mail it to us.
We will at onee send one of our examiners to inspect
your farm and quote you the lowest rate of interest your
security warrants. We are in position to give you better
terms than you can get elsewhere. Write for further
BOliNG BLOCK, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
TO RE FILLED OUT BY APPLICANT
With a Lead Pencil
To WINNE «fc WTNNE,
I hereby mnke appHontion for a lonn of ? upon my farm of
acres described as follows: Section
Township of Range
the understanding thnt the loan is to 11' made for ten years with annual in-
terest and with the privilege of making partial payments to reduce my in-
debtedness in any amount at any time after one year, with rebate of interest
from date of payment. 1 want my interest coupons sent to
T iuU, in i for collection.
My farm has acres in cultivation ; acres in pasture. I
value the land at if exclusive < f I.inldings. and the buildings at -
My personal property is worth $ My total indebtedness is
* My postofflco address is —
My age is years. My wife's name is
and her age is years.
Sign full name,
Makes and Sells
■J- Strictly First Class Harness.
'■ * The iiiiiilitv of our harness, both in workmanship and material
The quality of our harness, both in workmanship and material
used, is a matter of pride with us. and if others sellcheaper they
must siieriffce in quality of stock.
Largest Stock ol Saddles it) the Coatrty.
We also sell the celebrated
We handle everything pertaining to the harness business, in-
cluding Buggy Cushions, Robes, Blankets. Fly Nets, Whips, and
all kinds >f small work. Call in and see us.
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Miller, L. G. The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1901, newspaper, November 14, 1901; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104940/m1/5/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.