CALAMITY JANE Receives Treatment in the POORHOUSE

THE AVANT COURIER
(Bozeman, Montana)
February 16, 1901
“Additional Local”

“Calamity Jane,” who is well known all over the west, was taken violently ill on Friday last while on the train en route from Livingston to White Sulphur Springs. The authorities were notified by Agent Hoyt, and met her at the depot. She was out of funds and consequently taken to the Poor Farm, where, under the treatment of county physician Safley and careful nursing of Mr. Holmes, she was discharged on Monday and went on her way rejoicing. She still has for sale copies of her picture and the little pamphlet purporting to be a history of her life.

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