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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 August 1897

1 Y TT TT THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLE'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1 897. NO. 51. V 4 H Satisfactory Shop at Is the expresssioa often used after a day or half day spent between the walls of this great bargain giving establishment. Just so, it may be applied in every instance where you buy goods from us. Every Gazette Reader Should Take Advantage These Special Offerings. 32-in. English Cas simere, double warp 15c yd. 1,000 Yards Nor wood Calicoes, new novelty patterns 4c yd. One Case 60-inch Turkey Red Table Damask, special, 22c yd. One Case bleach ed Muslin, best yet for the price: one yard wide, smooth and soft, 5c yd. 32 inch. Warren Striped FeatherTick ing, assorted stripes fine, soft satine fin ish, splendid for skirts 12!cyd. One bale Lowell L L heavy weight brown Muslin, fine thread and very ser viceable; full 36 in. wide, 4c vd. 81c Yd 25 Pieces VicugnaCloth, the latest fleeced fabric, for wrappers, school...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 August 1897

) THE GAZETTE, I. 0. KKTTLXTON CO. . t. Kwnu.mil, aunoa. HUTCHINSON. KAK8AS ITEMS OF INHERES. 3 "According to orders, snhool books must be sold for cash in Kansas this i Michael RainnUer, of Pawnee cosnty is dylngMrom injuries received by slid' -;;ingfrm -Ton.d-t: hnyirpoTr srpttch' fork. . . i. -,- .'n.T..-.i .: -itif i i . ' Listen, to an. old .map, talk.and you will hear him lie about the great amounts of money he made when he 'was young.' '-' " ' . t.. . ... n i. . f. .'!, r ; . The Kansas Supreme Court will soon mi pass upon the: law. taxing judgment ' The. law wns'uphold in the District ' and Appellate courts and now' goes to 'the Supreme 'Court." ' ' i ;. .' " . I.-. ( .;' . .. u -t 1 Deduction&,in the office of the. coun ty, ty clerk show that. the actual debt of Newton is between S23 and 884 per '''capita IcAs than 523 for every many "woman and child fn the city; " . . A young man, .hired a fine horse and r buggy in St Paul iNeosho. county.; re cently, and drove off wit...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 August 1897

MONOPOLY JUDGED THEYSERVE THE CORPORATIONS ov iccniMr INJUNCTIONS, .V ... Vba Fadaral Court Have Superceded all Other Biancha of tha Government and Hava Become tbe Fortreil of TruiU, Comlihif aifdjtfqrporatloneV It now seems that tbe clique flf ;WaU street brokers has triumphed over the people ot Indianapolis in the matter of 5 cent carfares! '-it-will be remembered that th legislature of lwBtvredtrewl the car fares from 5 cents to 3. The corporations resisted the1a)v'Ty fotfte 67 arms and when thp courts' oj inaiana, decided against them they went to the federal judiciary und got an injunction restraining the state and city , officials from enforcing the law. The state officials appealed to the supreme court of Indian! which decided that th state had a perfect right to enforce a 3 cent car fare. It was iRe ih;plef, fqr Ihe federal judge to dissolve the injunction hehad issued. Thuj fpderal judgpKlhe well known corporation expert, Sho- walter.of Chicago. He has just decided that it ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 August 1897

Tfoutcblnson Cfoette. atered at the poetoffloe In Hutohlnson, Kansas, M aeoond oles matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. taHMg Of 4UBCB1PTI0K, $1.00 pibTia C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tlie IDnjLggist riescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET Judge Ninth Judicial District, FRANK HETTINGER, of Reno County. COUNTY TICKET. Sheriff, L. B. M'CLURG, of Grove Township County Clerk, P. L. CAMPBEL, of Suit Creek Township. Register of Deeds, SAM.S. GRAYBILL, of Hutchinson. Treasurer, J. C. STRATTON, of Hutchinson. 6oroner, DR. IVES, of Langdon. Commissioner Second District, JOHN A. MYERS, of South Reno Township. COMMITTEE MEETING. The new people's party central com mittee will meet at the Gazette of fice m this city on Friday, Sept. 3 1897 for the purpose of effecting a perma nent organization ami consulting such other business as may propeily Come be Tore the committee. This meeting is important. Let every member either holding over or newly elected be pres ent. J. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 August 1897

TB. J. W. MAGUIRE. - SPECIALIST, ,vl Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose ftQj" GlagaetSctentlrlvalljr Actuated. Oflloe In Ma I solo lampie, Hutuiunaou, Kama. Mrs. Col. Fontaine Scott Is visiting friends In Arliogtou. Dr. Hutchinson attended a confer enceof medical men at Emporia the first of the week. Rev. aud Mrs, George Dalbey of Chase. Rice couuty, are visitiug their son John Dtlbev of Midland frug Co. Mrs. Wall, wife ofO. Wail, clork in the Golden Eagle Clothing swre, was considerably hurt in a runaway last week. Profs Buggies and Coriey, of Staf ford, who are giving Blight-of-hand performances in Che school houses, were In town last., Friday. Thos. T. Taylor, chief clerk In the postal department at Kansas City, was visiting his brother Carr Taylor last week. ' Fletcher Meredith is attending the soldier's reunion iu Buffalo thia week. Miss Edith is acting as editor, devil, compositor and pressman. We call attention to the card of W. T. Bunn, blacksmith, this week. He is again back at bis...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 August 1897

STBIKIUMmraE. ORCAfJILED i!abor is to MEET AT ST.. OyiSr Te Decide, Opon the, Advisability of Or dertna 'a, 'General lsusjleinlon of ' Al Traded .In frdaj ti Shfat Jff the Coal siiipfy-i-rtdrml IiflnWtons. ; Columbus, Ohio, 'Aug: Ji1ha' n'a-, tional executive board of ' the' United Mine Workers adjourned yesterday, after having issued the call for the, conference pf'orgaij IxttTiJa;botl hi heUUa$U Louis A&g&ftoJ 4The board rejected the proposition of the Pittsburg ,nporaio8 f?r a conference to arbitrate 'the wage dispute in that district, ..claiming, lhati such naction would be ' prejudicial to tho lnres of the miners at large. . Xho board is ready to consider ovortures.frij'a'T'i bltration of , the, issues i vl- tna great strike only when these overtures come from all the operators in the cqmpetir tive districts', which 'Include1 Ohio,1 In diana, Illinois'; West' ..Virginia'and Pennsvlvania. The board has decided not to deviate ,,fr,6tn ho established policy until the resul...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 August 1897

A TptwjrABin,, having '5MS -aerted by a tush woman, whom he had married,"! rtfUfrMier for a jrpar'a sup port ' TKef poorlfol.low Ihfls throwrfob. tha worldihas Aowifo to'prpTido ior I f. ! The golden" Klopdike edition of. tho New Yorktyorlc edited J?1? Miller. 3 vAjflrig fropi'ililler's ad ranee articlekr it-Ik: eriieai the. pen tt tojffht ier than the pioh.- i ; - .:.,. gambling and disorder.'5 There is a dis position to force th dime novelist of the future toeonQhe hirrjseltt'd'AlasUaf It Is a rule in.Kansaa tbaifiV; ;n?a hss been married loss than a ysar,i he ahould take his wife with him'-when' lie goes on a trip.' " - A man in ArUjmsas U bctrt ongoing to Klondike, and in case he does5 ot find any gold, he's gpinarj.iodteep"nn till he finds the. north', pbla and -M famous. : ' ' : . rt - I.'- juii-'i When there is a particularly " sad death in town there is a fierce xpyr, among the women , over, the doetor .question. ' ' ' ' ' How growu people love'a(boy whose eyes get heavy and...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 August 1897

BEDFORD News la scarce; times are bard and tbe -weather is hot, so that the Medford cor respondent has been taking a rest. Mr. Lewis Cards is among the num ber on the sick list. Thrashing is about all done in these parts. Mr. G. 8. Brooks will take in the old soldiers encampment at Buffalo, N. Y. He will also visit his old home in Sew York Which he moved from twenty three years ago. On bis way home he will stopiin Chicago, III., nud visit friends Mr. J.W. Carris of Chicago, III., who has been here visiting friends, has re cent.y purchased the Banker Elliott prop erty in JJickersou, and will move his family iu tbe near future. Mr. Bert Wilnoo, formerly of this county, who now lives south of Sylviit, was'vp Sunday with a load of watermel ons wbiob h sold ut 10c, 15c and 2Uo eiolu Several of Uia old soldiers ore going to take in the excursion to the old sol diers encampment at Buffalo, N. Y. SUNKLOWEK. Notice Parrnt Parents w.ho have children to send to tflcbool the coming year should ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 September 1897

- I I - IT TT 1 1 . tic? kSv . e. t 7 THE OFFICIAL "ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'8 PRTY; AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1897. VOL. 7. m. 52. MIT IT Buy Your Dry Goods At ... . Simple enough to advise sucli a wise course and as easy to nrlopl it. We navo no barrier-., no credits. Our basis is Cash anl from that resource come the best values in Kansas. We are head quarters for them. FALL BUSINESS BRINCERS: 50 Pieces Simpson's Per-; cales 89 inches wide, bought in a' job lot, worth any wheri 10c yard; fast colore, good patterns, Our iob lot price 7C yd. Amoskeag Gimghams, the name recommonds itself; these are staple and fancy chocks, suitable for aprons and school dases, 6c values 5cydr Amoskeag Feather Proof Ticking, old 8V'e blue siripe 12Jcyd. Extra Heavy Smyrna RugS 30 inchss wide, CO inches Joncr. worth $2.50 bought to sell at $ 1 .98 ea. White Flcnnel, "alf wool, 26 liuches wide, er.tra good quality at I5cyd. iMens Fest Black Half Hcse, ri...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 September 1897

KANSAS BANK ROBBED DARING RAID BY THREE MEN AT ELMDALE. Bet Away With 1,800 In Cash and 700 la Drafts Citizens Awakened by Explosions, Chars the Bank, and Yet the Robben Ksoape. Elmdalk, Kan., Aug. 30. Three flaring robbers broke into the People's Exchange bank at an early hour yes terday morning, blew open the safe, after three loud explosions, and, though the building was surrounded by hastily-awakened citizens fully armed, escaped with nearly 82,000 in cash in their possession. The cracksmen usd nitro-glycerlne In gaining entrance to the vault, and blew open the safe and the money Irawer within It There were three listinct explosions as the robbers forced their way to the bank's treas ure. Although they were heard by hundreds of people and the bank was toon surronndod by an excited throng, the safe crackers escaped and are still tt liberty. The third charge was ex ploded even while the street in front was thronged with people bent on tapturing the daring men within. The loss is 8...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 September 1897

v Fmd the man who is competent and jiUHng to work and notice the worth Ties people hanging onto his skirts. Every man is secretly proud if his beard is stiff and hard to cut; he be lieves a stiff beard means more of a man. Hi-. WlnIo Soothing; STrno Tot children U-utlilngMoftena the fumi.reducM In flam. .Uoa aJl palii. sunt wind colic. 4 centa bottle, i Our idea of good luck is to have country people think so much of you that they come in for you on Sunday, take you out for Sunday dinner, and bring you back again. No-To-Uao for fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit cine, makes weak taea atrosff, blood pure. 60c, tl. All druggist The finest peach in the world is the little old seedling. The finest man in the world is a natural mau, without any art of cultivation. My doctor said I would die. but Fiso's Cure for Consumption cured me. Amos Kelner, Cherry Valley. Ills., Nov. 23, '05. Girls who have wish bones over their front doors to get husbands, are re minded that an honest, capable, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 September 1897

IbutcMnson Cfoette. rtered at the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second olsas matter. E.G. NETTLETON A CO. Proprietor. Iihmb or Jubsciption, I.00pbmYa C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie Di-uggist f.'escriptiona a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Tint J Judge Ninth Judicial District, FRANK HETTINGER, of Reuo County. COUNTY TICKET. Sheriff, L. B. M'CLURG, of Grove Township. Countj- Clerk, P. L. CAMPBEL, of Salt Creek Township. Begisterof Deeds, SAM.S. GRAYBILL, of Hutchinson. Treasurer, J. C. STRATTON, of Hutchinson. Coroner, DR. IVES, of Langdon. Commissioner Second District, JOHN A. MYERS, of South Reuo Township. COMMITTEE MEETINQ. The new people's party central com mittee will iiiHt at the Ga.ettk of fice in this city on Frhhiy, .Sep.. 3 18D7 for the purpose of effecting a perma nent organization and considering such other business as may propeily d,ine before the committee. This meeting is imp irtant. Let every member either holding over or newly elected he pres ent. J. B. Dane, C...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 September 1897

TQlt.J. W. MAOUIKE, SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Bye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. - Gl.iaes Scientifically Adjusted. Office In M eunlo temple, llatuhlneoiiv Kansas. LOCAL ADD PEBSOSAl. Wiufi'ed Radebaugh is down with typhoid fever. Fletcher Meredith returnea Monday irom the Buffalo reunion . John Myers left flTednesrtay with load of Block hogs for Republic county L. I Brighton has moved bis family to Galena where he has ricn miniug in terests. Quite a number of our citizens took advantage of the special rates to Kan sas City Suuday. Mrs. John McComb and daughter, of Stafford county, were visiting friends liere the last of the week. . Garret bailee was in from his place northwest of town Monday, saying prosperity had struck his place with a new girl'. Ben NiisbaUrn, of the.Stnr Clothiers, has been down with material fever for about three weeks or ever since he re turned frm the east. lie is just be ginning to get around. The prospect for an early settlement of the Bank of Hutchinson matter i...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 September 1897

THE GAZETTE, M. . NITTLSTOJ? CO. a. . iuttlbtuji, aoctoa. HUTCHINSON; KANSAt BANSAS lTKMa OF INTEREST. lola will make the brick for its new school house with natural gas. Watermelons are being shipped in great quantities from Western Kansas. . A great horse fair will be held west ot Independence on September 14, 15" 16, 17 and 18. Nearly all the coal operators at Wier City haye signed the agreement gotten up by the men. Beloit is to have a new city building. Beloit has a fire department which is entitled to anything in sight The man who assaulted Little Fannie Bacon at Fort Scott last winter, has been arrested in Sedulia, Mo. The Salvation Army is concentrat ing its efforts at St John and is being rewarded witli largo audiences. The girls in the Santa Fe general of fices will ride on the floats at the To peka festival and wear bloomers. Two brothers named Palmer, of OaU Valley, were in the pen at Lansing, and one recently made his escape. Six hundred cars of grain were in spected in...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 September 1897

V A. SILVER AND WHEAT. THE REASON WHY THEY ARE NOT TOGERHER NOW. yyt do Not Have to Contend With the Wheat of SIlTer Using Countriaa This Year anil England i Not Buying oar Silver to" Kxohnnge for Whet. Because silver 1ms been falling in bullion value of late and wheat rising gold monometallists are jubilant and think that they have an unescapable answer to the bimetallism contention of a correspondence between the gen eral fall of wheat and silver prices during the past twenty years, as indi cated by the index numbers of Soet- beer and other economists. The truth is In a nutshelL One of the chief reasons for tho decline in market value of American wheat has been the competition f silver using countries like India and Argentina. While the wheat production of both for years has been advancing with rapid 'strides, and the exchange value of sil ver in London has been dropping con tinually, the silver value of agricultur- al labor and products in those coun tries has been stationary. In...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 September 1897

THE OALU qbiS8,"a!d a voice to poot u be boo gh tea a 4 elusive rhyme One Bight when the world wa sleeping, in the heart ot the awoet May time. "Oh, how can I oorae!" he answered. "Let me alone. I pray, For the win which I now am weaving the hearts of men will sway." "Come," laid the voice to a statesman as he stood in tlio senate hall, And men moved on at his bidding like troops at a bugle call. "How can I come" he answored. "My sun at rEt ltLKmlth .Btjinlt. ; Before UseVl forever my name shall be known In the lands," "Come," said the voice to a mother with he children at hor knee, Druaming how snfo und harpy their life by her side should De. "Oh, I cannot come," she answered. "I pruy you, 1ft mo stay, For bow can I leave my darlings to wander far awayf" ' No other word was spoken, but the poot lutt his pi n, The statesman's name was heard no mo.e upon the lips of men, And thu children found no mother, thounh they called with miMiiug breath, For the voice which Hpoko all must obey ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 September 1897

...... . . 't 4 4j THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1897. NO. 1. . vol. a tut . - Bargains Bargains AT AT Our big store room is full to overflowing; each department Lead is calling for more ifoom; every counter i3 full; the shelves, the fixtures are packed like sardines and the large reserve rooms on the second floor are built to the ceiling with this winter's choice offerings. The Ladies' Delight, In purchasing from large assortments, where choosing is made so easy At 50c a Yard. Our extensive line of Dress Goods at this price is so large, and includes so many different weaves and combi nations that an attempt at descrip tion woul3 be in vain ; but let us say if you have any intentions cf purchasing a fall or winter dress that in this assortment, you will find just what you want . 50c yd . 36-inch all wool Aldine suitings, a nice and serviceable dress flannel, comes in all gray mixtures, brown,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 September 1897

THE GAZETTE. x. b. nkttlston co. a. . mxiutcm, aowoa. HUTCHINSON. KANSAS BAN8A3 ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Bourbon county agricultural fair association lias been chartered by the secretary of state. Young Harry Bryant of Eoclcford was recently robbed of $40 While he was at home alone doinj chores. Six girls and one boy graduated at Tribune last week. The girls all wore pretty dresses and enjoyed it, while the boy was out of sight. An incendiary fire destroyed every business house in Milford, Geary coun ty, save one. It was thought some religious fanatics set the fire. Ralph Embry, while baling hay at Ottawa, slipped and had one of his legs caught by the plunger and the bones below the knee were crushed. Corporal M. Gillaham, Twentieth In fantry at Leavenworth, took an over dose of morphine the other day because he had been reduced to the ranks. lie recovered. Ottawa is to have a big steam cider mill. This will supply one city in Kansas, at least, with pure cider, and shut off the New Yo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 September 1897

LEADING FINANCIERS. y- JOHN CLARK RIDPATH SHOWS UP WALL STREET'S METHOOS. In the July Arena John Clsrk Kl-patu, the Hlitormn, fclreeaReply to Honry Cl'WS on the Financial Method! of Wall Street, Following 1 en Ex cerpt From tlie Article. "I notice with surprise that -Mr. Clews in his sketch of Wall street dwells not ttt all upon the benevolent agency of that power during the civil war. This is an oversight which I beg leave to supply. There perhaps never has been an instance in human history in which a great power has so ardently devoted itself 'to the preservation of free institutions' as did Wall street in that epoch of mortal ugony. Then It was that Wall street engaged in the patriotic work, first of destroying the national credit, then of buying it up at half price; then of converting it into a bonded debt to be perpetuated for a full generation, and finally of compell ing the people to pity it in a dollar worth four times as much as the dollar with whirh it was purchased. It wa...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 September 1897

1 Ifrutcbinson (5a3ette. ntered at the postoffloe in Hutchinson, Kansas, m second olssi matter. E.Q.NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. f 1RM8 Of jUBSCBIPTIOH, 1.00 fi Tf C. E. SIDLINGER, TiielDruggist inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson in Judge Ninth Judicial District, FRANK HETTINGER, of Reno County. COUNTY TICKET. Sheriff, L. B. M'CLURG, of Groye Township. County Clerk, P. L. CAMPBELL, of Salt Creek Township. Register of Deeds, SAM.S. GRAYBILL, of Hutchinson. Treasurer, J. C. STRATTON, of Hutchinson. Coroner, DR. IVES, of Langdon. Commissioner Second District, JOHN A. MYERS, of South Reno Township. CONGRBSSMAN-AT-LARGK BOTKIN is getting out among the people again. No votes will be lost by his speeches. Jekry Simpson has a (e w enemies of the size, calibre and quality of Judge McKay and W. L. Brown who are pre , paring to get run over by the band wagon almighty hard next year. The Topeka Advocate says the Reno county populists adopted the shortest platform of the year. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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