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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 September 1897

"TR. J. W. M AUUIKE, .u Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. GUae Scientifically Adjuntttf. Ofjloa In M . .. ,. . - 1 11 t LOCAL AS It PEHAON.IL. Mr. (I. King Is back from a purchaa in trip to the East. School commences in this city next Monday September 13. Mr. and Mr. EM Uolliaier. of Arling ton spent Sunday in the city. The Two Johns barber shop baa moved to No. 6 North Main. Several Ilutchinson people attended a Modern iVoodn en picnic at Inman on Tuesday. A very lare number of Reno county farmers are preparing to sow a big . acreage of wheat. The large uouse being built on Tenth Ave. is nearing completion. It is neut large and roomy. Samuel Hirst, the photographer, at tended a meeting of his brethern this we k at Leavenworth. It won't be long until the coal men will be giving us all a fiendish laugh. It won't be warm always. Col. Hoisuigtxn, Irom Newton, wag in the city Tuesday night to muster in .the Second Regiment Band. Mrs. Jac,r Meek left for her home in Arlington on Mon...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 September 1897

FATAL SUNDAY RIDE. CAMP MEETING EXCUR SIONISTS WRECKED. On Killed and Mmnr Injured Six People Killed by aa Explosion of Natural Gas la an Indiaaapolis 80 bnrb Schooner Ague L Orace Sinks. Waterville, Me.. Sept 6. An ex cursion train on tho Maine Central railroad was wrecked yesterday morn ing thirty-two miles west of Etna sta tion. One person was killed and thirty-two wounded. The train was carrying excursionists from Dover and Foxcraft to the Etna camp meet ing. The breaking of a flange de railed and overturned a car containing sixty-five passengers. DEADLY EXPLOSIONS. Six People Killed, Many Kurt auJ Broad Ripple, lad., Bet on Fire. Indianapolis, Ind. , Sept 6. Two explosions of natural gas at Broad Eipple, a suburb, this morning at 10 o'clock caused the deaths of at least five people and serious Injuries to bo tween twenty and thirty. The busi ness part of the town was set on fire and five of the best buildings were de stroyed. This city was culled on for help and sent engines an...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 September 1897

The nnmoer ot sbeep m tb world la estimated to amount to 550,000.000. Of this d amber, between one-third and one-half are believed to be Merinos. We hereby give notice that "re have quit giving time to book agenda. We have a large family to support, and cannot afford to listen to the old tales of a book agent A little girl in Kansas City, who pent a part of the summer in the country, has come back very much ex- cited over a pony and its beautiful calf, which she found on the farm where she stayed. Grasshoppers are now worth 50 cents a bushel in Soutli Dakota, that being the rate paid by tho state authorities for the destruction of tho insects. They ore so numerous in some localities that tbey are a more profitable crop than wheat. Don't talk kindly to shiftless people to 'encourage" them; you only do them harm. Many people are worth less for no other reason than that they have been "encouraged" so much. 8hiftles3 people need the word with the bark on. The Nashville American says tha...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 September 1897

Only a Few Pore Days to Wait Wednesday, September the 22nd is Circus Day. TABDY JUSTICE. Release of John Reed from a Mexican Prison Closes a Dark Chapter. jps THREE MEN FALSELY HELD. A Kansai Man's Narrow Escape In Yellow ton Canyon A Farmer! Cnosual Sui cide Anti-Negro Story Uenieii A Htndent't Slayer Banged. Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. 8. The re lease of John Reed from the Mexican dungeon at Juarez closes the last chapter of one of the worst outrages ever perpetrated. Over a year ago the late Israel King, a prominent cattle raiser of Grant county, N. M.; John Reed and Henry Coleman were thrown into this filthy prison. King pur chased his freedom, only to come home and die. from disense contracted while in prison. A few months after the death of King, Coleman uiiide his es cape, and now, after taking plenty of time, the Mexican government decides that it has no case against Reed and he is free. Narrow Esrape from Death. Ymxowstonk Lakh, Wyo., Sept. 8. W. M. Hill, of Osawatomio, Kan., ha...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 September 1897

0, TT TT ' THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PAUTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. vol. a HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1897. m. 2. Sflf IT RAINED! In Hutchinson Last Tuesday, a Bountiful Rain. So also it is going to rain this comingweek. Are going to have a regular" Down Pour" of Bargains. Oar Values Ml Week Shall Reign Supreme Nottingham Lace Cur tains, lather heavy patterns 2i yds Jong, not a dry price at 49C pr. American Wide Heavy Black Prints; abaoimeij,' fast colors, ieai patterns ami the regular juice has been 'lOcjd. Thk com ing TOk "Jlc yd. Genuine Amoskeag Shirt- ingS, good stripe smd ulitf.'lc pat terns, have leen reduced .for next weeks selling from 10c lo QIq yd . Moose Head Gutting F.Lannel, exua. width anl weight, .ueut .patterns. Our cupUunors de- igiitat J5cyd. Mens Worsted Work Shirts fa,lcV eolocs uuvie to wear and actually worth 75c each, were Uught at a special bargain and will lir sold all next week at jj0C 0a. p. mmn Kansas' Greatest EIUT...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 September 1897

MINERS SHOT DOWN. TWENTY-ONE KILLED AND FORTY WOUNDED. Marching Anthracite Cowl Miners Come Into Deadly Colllilou With a Penn sylvania Sheriff and Deputies All of Them Foreigner Hartlul Law. HAZi.ETOS.Pa.. Sopt 13. -Twenty-one marching striking miners were killed and forty wounded in a conflict with county deputy sheriffs, led by Sheriff Martin, on the highway at Latimer Friday afternoon. All of the victims of the officers' Winchesters were foreigners Poles and Hungarians imported some timo ago to work in the anthracite coal mines of this region. The shots were fired because the strikers had refused to heed the sher iff's proclamation to disperse and had assaulted the sheriff and threatened his deputies. As a result of the riot and further threats of trouble, the Third brigade of the Pennsylvania national guard, commanded by General Gobin, the new national commander-in-chief of the G. A. R , was at once ordered to this section and the Ninth regiment under Colonol Dougherty of Wilkes...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 September 1897

iUCIOuuntt'i.i i - Y that between b farmer and his renter. Nothing will make a good house keeper move so quickly as the sight of a moth. Our idea of a chump is a man who carries a tooth brush sticking out of his pocket. . Don't exaggerate; if you repent a story as it was told to you, you are ex aggerating enough. The imitators are becoming so clever that it takes a smart man to tell sar dines from minnows put up these days. In Virginia before 1865 tlieve were about sixty negroes in the inwtie asy lums of that state and now there ure over 1,000. Reud the Advertisements. You will enjoy this publication much better if you will get into the habit of reading the advertisements; they will afford a most interesting study aud will put you in the way of getting some excellent bargains. Our adver tisers are reliable, they send what they advertise. There are three classes of bees in a thrifty colony; nurse bees, wax work ers and honey gatherers. Educate Your Boweli With Cascarets. Candy Cathar...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 September 1897

Ifoutcb.noon (Sa3ette. Entered t the postoffloe in Hatoblnson, Kansas, M second oIsm matter. E. 6. NETTLETON ft CO. Proprietor. 1 BUMS OF dUBSOatPTION, 11.00 piiii Via C. E. SIDLINGER, TlioIDrvLggist Fjescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Judge Ninth Judicial District, FRANK HETTINGER, of Reno County, OOUJNTY TICKET. Sheriff, L. B. M'CLURG, of Grove Township. County Clerk, P. L. CAMPBELL, of Salt Creek Township. Begisterof Deeds, SAM.S. GRAYBILL, of Hutchinson. Treasurer, J. C. STRATTON, of Hutchinson. Corouer, DR. IVES, of Langdon. Commissioner Second District, JOHN A. MYERS, of South Reno Township. A week or two aao the European wheat shortage was declared to be abotn. 85,000,000 bushels, now It lias grown to 113,000,01k) bushels. Yet peo ple wonder how prices can be high un der a gold standard. State i'rasurer Biddle (pop.) turned over to bis republican successor $589, E03, who in turn, only turned over to Treasurer Hefflebower $!Hj,700. Re publicanjpaperH will b...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 September 1897

Y V -I TR. J. W. J1A0C1KE, SPKCIAJLIST, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose Throat. UUmoi Sckmtlflc.lly Adjusted. Offloe in M t,. '.mula ilnfutiinami kVutiana LOCAL AMU PEBAOAA1.. We call the attention to the ad of Taylor, the tailor tliia week. Dad Hughes was tried in the district court Wednesday for selling intoxicat ing liquors. The Star Clothiers have brought in a splendid assortment of tall and winter clothing and will speak, to you next week. The Second Keitiment Band have been taKlng an outing at WinQeld. They were attending the band reunion t that place. Jiui Hoover was tried in the district court Saturday for selling intoxicating liquors and found guilty on three counts. This is a case from Nicker son. The case or the State vs. Fred Ast And Jotin Ast charged with selling In toxicating liquors, was settled by John Ast pleading guilty toone count. Fred was discharged A marriage liceuse was issued Tues day to Geo. M. Sbepard, of Booth, and' Nellie J Hates, of Btrnal; also last week a l...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 September 1897

THE GAZETTE, X. . HKTTLXTOX M CO. a. a. mxjTi)r, unto HUTCHINSON,- KANSAS i : y KAKSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. The "fast mail" was lute every day last week. 1 Cherryvale wants a canning factory and is hustling for one. i Emporia is arranirinir to buy the electric light plant for 117,000. j The Topeka wheelman came out $160 behind on their state bicycle meet, I It cost a jointist 850 and costs to learn that Peabody is a law-obeying town. ! Some of the Kansas papers are pub lishing a list of farmers who haye paid off their mortgages. i The Kansas sled corncutter is mak ing a large crop of cripples this year, but it cannot keep up with the runa way horse. : The young men farmers in Kansas who are in love are all miserable, They fear that their girls love them for their money. , A Kinsley preacher is opposed to church socials, missionary teas, etc. IIow does he expect the women to raise his salary? It is estimated that thero will be about 73,000 head of sheep wintered in Cloud county this se...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 September 1897

A JUDGE S OPINION. STRONGLY FAVORS THE GOVERN MENT OWNERSHIP OF RAILROADS He Bay That There 1 Among the People a Growing Conviction That the Public Would set Better Service If Railroad BuilneM w Conducted tike the PostofHce. Attorney General Boyla calls atten- tioa to the fact that Justice David J. Brewer, la an opinion delivered in the Ames case and found in Vol. 64 of the Federal Reporter, gives some able reas ons why the transportation of individ uals and merchandise would be better conducted on the same system as the postofftce instead of as a "business." The Amej case is the one which in volves the validity of the Nebraska rail road law. It was argued recently by W. J. Bryan before the United States supreme court at Washington. Justice Brewer's opinion, however, was dcliv rred prior to that time, while sitting in one of the United States circuit courts. Justice Brewer said in part: "I think it may assist to a true un derstanding of the scope of this ques tion, and the various c...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 September 1897

Only a Few More Days to Wait, - Wednesday. Sftytember the 22nd is Circus Day. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. JSB n H in.v.w' VI m Hi 15 a tHlMIM1MMIIill WESTBOUND. lenver 8nd Utiih V Ex.... Mexico anil Culllnrnia Ex Colorado Night Kx Freight frrlKht . KASTBOL'SU Atlintio Ex Cbiraff'i Vestilm'e Ex.. .. Missouri river night Ex.... Frenrht Freight LL1LJ. IIC1-AHT. H:U p. m 10:45 p. tn. 7:10 a. m. 4:08 p.m. 5:00 a. m DEHAI TS. l:ii" p.m. 10.:i."i a m. 7:54 p. m. S:i p. m. 8:i" a. m. KINOLKV BRANCH. Aconiinoiliitinii leaves California. KXjireas Atfti unino' i at ion am vea Atlantic Expn-M 8;iw a. m. 10:45 p. ill. 7:50 p. m. 11: JO p m. No. 1, Mi-xiio mid ' ti'llorntu exiTis, rnrrie through i'liltmari hiol toui i'i "ii'i pers t.i sua J.inrisci (via Hnratow ami Miuvai ami on totirM fli'Ppe' to L A HK wi:Ii. lit chttnge a:ul runs our I lie Hnu-liin'ii'i limiidi. No. ..ilhiitii" xiiri"-. ciiriit'ii cluiireurd Pull miinpaiiirr ami ronrit hIhuihth through to Chica go without eliaiis! , niitl rutin over...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 September 1897

4y THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. vol., a HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 185)7. NO. 3. Y X Kansas Greatest Dry Goods Sellers Are offering some more unap proachable, undeniable bar gains, that makes this store so famous. To Bay Our Fall Trade is Booming, Is to Say it Very Gently. And to speak tthe truth we could not say less Money Savers I Royal German Knit 1 ting .('orated, black i and colors 17e ekein. 65c 2 b. Eiderdown in red, ; blue, tan, pink oc white 25c yd. Mens Heavy Duck Coat, black or 'brown, blanket lined, corduroy collar $ i .00 ea. Ladies plain Mack or ray cotton hose, good weight. 5c pr. Mens heavy seamless, ribbed top, socks Money Savers I Ladies knee length knit skirts, good, 50c ea. Ladies light weight civam vests 15c ea. Infants fine zephyr boo'.ees, extra high, plain white and fancy 20c pr. Men's oil tan. un lined gloves, large gauntlet cud's 49c pr. "President Biakl," a new trimming braid, in red, blue,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 September 1897

THE GAZETTE x. a. NrmrroN ca . a. nrrnjrruJi, uuioa. BDTCHINSON; F.ANSAS KAKBA8 ITKMS OK INTEREST. Typhoid and malaria fevers are at tacking people in Kansas. Fort Scott ladies take great Interest in the cooking school at that place. It is said that both quail and prairie rhichcu are quite plentiful in western Kansas. The First Presbyterian church of Hutchinson has celebrated its twenty- fifth anniversary. Cherry trees nt (toodland which were stripped by the big hail storm some weeks ago, are in bloom again. The late rains have put the ground in splendid condition for seeding and avast amount of wheat will be sown this fall. The Santa Fe House, one of the first buildings put up in Nickerson, and at one time the most popular hostelry in the city, is being torn down this week and moved into the country. From four to six ear loads of water melons are shipped from Turon, in Pratt county, daily. Two ears were hipped to Deadwoud, Dakota. Each car contains about 1,200 melons. The election ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 September 1897

Y FOE WOMAN AND HOME ITEMS OF INTEREST TO MAIDS AND MATRONS. Fashion Mote for Fall Weather Mak ing Ziaee tut Lingerie A Becoming Dress for Tall Women Culinary Note. Persecution. "And th" woman lied Into the wilderness." ai, wno ts no m ue- rtn flopn. Or at the twilight hniir! I Of garb austere, and dauntless mien, 1 Measured In speech, in mirnnsa keen. I Ciilm as in heaven he had been, Yet blithe when perils lower? My holy Mother made reply, "Dear child. It 1b my Priest. The world has cost me forth, ana I Dwell with wild earth and gusty sky; He bears to men my mandates high. And works my sage behest. "Another day, dear child, and thou Shall Join his sacred band. Ah, well I deem, thou shrlnkest now From urgent rule and severing vow: Gay hopes flit round, and light thy brow; Time bath a turning hand!" Cardinal Newman. T A HOUSE . Fashions for Fall Dress. ! Little In the announcements of fall and winter fashions Is marked by rad ical changes. Little seems definitely ettled, but evident...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 September 1897

Ibutcbtneon (5a3ette. K itered at the poMofflce In Hnichlnson, Kansas, as second class matter. E.G.NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. latins or 4DBacRimoN, 11.00 pin Yia C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiio Druiggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Judge Ninth Judicial District, FRANK HETTINGER, of Reno County, COUNTY TICKET. Sheriff, L. B. M'CLURG, kot Grove Township, County Clerk, P. L. CAMPBELL, "of Salt Creek Townsliio. 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, oi couiu ueno lownsuip. . O .! T. m ..I NOTICE TO COMMITTEEMEN. avrry committeeman should remem- . I... i ........ . . uci u,i, uuuer me new law uie ctiair- manor uie county central committee u,m ecommena to uie trustee oi eacti iu nsinp a man wno is to De appointed clerk of election and another who is to be judge. These men should be recom mended to the chairman in good time by the central commit...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 September 1897

Tktt.J. W. MA6CIKK, SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. ..OURea Scientifically Adjusted. OflloS In M aionlo Temple, Hutchinson, Kauaaa. 101, A Nik PEOSAL. Attend the band concert at the" park Friday night . Ed Madison, trie b'j? republican of Dodge City, was in town Tuesday. . The Sauta Fe will put on ita Califor nia Limited trains again October 20th. County Superintendent Dayhoil has been ill for a few days, but is now out again. The Second Regiment band will give a concert at the park Friday night Admission 10 cents. The new Santa Fe depot is now almost completed and it is one that is truly worthy of the town. II. Tisdale will carry Uncle Sam's mail between Castleton and Forsha since the contract was awarded to him. "Fattv" Oswald who was held at Round Fond for murder, has been re leased for want of evidence against him. Mr. Frauk McMillen, brother of El mer McMillen, the barber, came in from Ohio Thursday evening on a visit with Jiis brother. Billy Devler is dow...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 September 1897

MOB LAW. IN INDIANA' FIVE MEN LYNCHED TO ONE TREE. Three at the Victims Wre First Killed In the Jail, Then Dead and Living Were Strang Up Together Accused of M inf Misdeeds. VrbSai'llb, lad., Sept. 10. For yearn the farmers of the county hare been the victims of a lawless band, farmer!) would come Into town with a bunch of eat tie or a load of farm pro ducts, and the next morning would he found along- the roadside suffering from wounds and minus the proceeds Of their sale. Old German farmers were visited, and both men and wo men subjected to tortures. Aged Ger man women were forced to stand upon red hot stoves to compel them to dis lose the hiding place of treasures. Arrests were made, but It was seldom that conviction folloivsd. During the past week robberies had Increased alarmingly. On last Satur day word was received by the sheriff from one of the band that the store of Wooley Bros., at Correct, Ind., ten miles from here, was to be entered, and the sheriff arranged that his in f...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 September 1897

V Pl So on In town foels well thta weath er; there probably never wm a time when there has been so much grumb ling of aching limbs, lawnesa. and fe Tar. What has become of the old fashion ed woman who thought it wicked to pray for rain, believiug that the Lord knows his own business best, and does not like suggestions? In addition to greater productions ol wheat corn oats, fruit, vegetables, cotton, etc., this year, prosperity didn't rest until there were also more mosqui toes tbau ever before. We have noticed that for some rea son it is never demanded that a girl wao wears a cheap dress and an old style hat, should be accompanied by a chaperon. . To Cure Conatlpatlon Forever. Take Casoarets Candv Cathartic. 10c of 250. If C. 0. C. fall to cure. dniKKista refund inuuey. Put a man whtre he can see himtclf in the mirror and ho is just as absent minded in his conversation as any woman. 1 believe my prompt use of l'ito's Cure prevented quick consumption. Mrs. Lu cy Wallace, Murqnctte, K...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 September 1897

r WW L K. A Few Reasons Why the "Moon Buggies" are Superior to Other Makes: FIRST, The whole woodwork is all strictly of "A" grade material. SECOND The axles are made of the best steel and are not welded together in the center, as they are in other vehicles, but they are Rolled out by a special device, the same as a piece of railroad iron. THIRD The shafts, and the bows in the top, are made from Split Hickory. There is Positively no cross grain wood ued in the construction of "Moon Work." FOURTH The wheels have screwed rims, which prevent any danger of splitting. FIFTHj The tires are Steel, one-quarter of an inch thick, and project well over the rims. SIXTH, All clips and braces are made from the very best Norway Iron. Examirie one of these vehicles, now on our floor in skeleton form, ready for the painter and trimmer, and you will readily see the above aertions are true. We are the only house in this city that CAN and WILL sell you ai "A" grade vehicle at the Same Trice you have to...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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