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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 October 1897

TTVR.J. W. MAGOIRB, SPECIALIST, n Diseases of Eve. Ear. Nose anJ (Throat. !. SclentlHollY Ad lusted. Office In Mt oulo Temple, Hutubinsou, Kuuim. LOCAL A!f D PEKAOHAL, br. Cropsey, the matfnetic healer, has moved his location to Kansas City. The Clara Schuman Ladies Orches tra la the coming musical event of the season. 11 . B. Warden, who swindled bo many Hutchinson merchants, is now at Lan ting to serve a year. . Mrs Z. C Siisbee who has been visiting in New York state for several months has returned. Quite a large crowd of comrades went to Leavenworth to attend the re union the first of the week. They must have numbered about seventy Ave, Mrs. George McKmstry has been all Ana for several weeks with neuralgia. jMonday it went to her heart and she was In a critical condition for a while. Ex-County Superintendent Sam Hill Is the happy dad of a wee small girl that was born while he was away at the State fair. That was a lucky week for Sam. , Tho Qlrst attraction of the Hutchln son lec...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 October 1897

THE GAZETTE. . B. WKTTUTON CO. a. t. rnmiKia, suiio. BCTCHINSON. F.ANSAB AKSAS ITEMS OF.INTERE3X. Beloit has a building boom. South Haven has a lecture club. Newton claims to be a railroad cen. ter. Iola had a population of 2705 oa Sep tember 27. An organised band is stealing horses near Independence. Leavenworth is looking for counter feiters during the reunion. A number of Kansas postofflce fights are being settled by a popular vote. The private supply of all water con sumers has been shut off at Welling ton. Galena produced 534,710 worth of zinc and lead ore last week; twice as much as Joplin. Scarcity of water for drinking pur poses Is reported in parts of southeast Kansas..' " ' The good), crops and a demand for everything that was raised has placed the State of Kansas in the column of wealth. The latest trick among frauds Is to go to a bicycle repair shop, pay for re pairs and take the wheel. Repairers are getting onto it When the fire boys at Dodge City have nothing else to d...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 October 1897

11B FROM THE CHICAOO CHRONICLE: It Is no longer a secret that McKlnley has got the notion Into tils head that he Is bettor than his party. It Is quite likely that when Congress convenes It will find Itself where the late Democratlo Congress found Itsolf on the hands of the Executive. KAILROAD QUESTION, AN ABLE DISCUSSION OF THE SUBJECT BY JOHN DAVIS. President Ripley of the Santa Fe fystem It answered by a man who has msde a tudy of the transportation problem in all Its phases. Editor of the Kansas Commoner: Gents, I have been greatly Interest d in, and much pleased withethe re cent discussion of the railroad ques tion in your columns by Messrs. Brown and Ripley. I have been interested be cause the question of our public high ways is one of the most important sub jects that can engage the attention of the people. It is a fact well attested by all history, and by the ulti mate judgement of all thinking men, that whoever holds and controls the public highways of a nation are mas ters ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 October 1897

HUMPHREYS' No. 1 Cures Fever. No. 2 ' Worms. No. S " Infants' Diseases. No. 4 " Diarrhea. No. 7 " Coughs. No. 8 Cures Neuralgia. No. 9 " Headache. No. 10 " Dyspepsia. No. 11 " Delayed Periods. No. 12 " Leuchorrea. No. 13 Cures Croup. No. 14 " Skin Diseases. No. 15 " Rheumatism. No. 16 " Malaria. No. 19 " Catarrh. No. 20 Cures Whooping Cough No. 21 " Asthma. No. 24 " General Debility. No. 26 " Sea-Sickness. No. 27 " Kidney Diseases. No. 28 Cures Nervous Debility. No. 30 " Urinary Diseases No. 32 " Heart Disease. No. 34 " Sore Throat. No. 77 " Colds and Crip. Db. IICMPnnETs' Homeopathic Manual or Dibeakes Mailed Fhee. t. . . ... H.iK; ftt tlin VPSI pocket Sold by ilruit(fl:-ts, or sunt iirepiud upon receipt of price, 26 cents, eicept S. a, and K are made 81.00 size rmly. Humphreys' Modi clue Compauy, 111 Wllliuw St., New York. HUMPHREYS' WITCH HAZEL OIL "THE PILE OINTMENT." JttrPfles-External or Internal. Blind or Bleedhuri jutula in Ano; Itching or Bleedtng of the tectum. The relief ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 October 1897

XStTT fewt TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TEKJRSDAV. OCTOBER 21, 1807. vol. a NO. 7. N EVER TI Rl N G, always working, never ceasing energy is tlie motive of our great busings. Why we handle such a wonderful trade throughout Kansas is not a seer' t Our modern methods are as an open book; we make that small price first, and merchandise never gets rusty with age in our business home. Bargains for Everyone. Our Store is full of Choice Winter Offerings. BlanketS. A good all cotton blanket, fine smooth fleece, ied or blue borders 45C Pf 4 All wool scarlet blanket, extra weight, good grade and is good for a number of winters, special value 81.75 Pr. Mens and boys heavy fleece lined oil tan gloves, knit top and wrist keep warm 25C Pr. Mcns's camels' hair and Random mixed undershirts and drawers, smooth soft finish, good winter wear. Martius,at2icCarment. Extra heavy g'rey undershirts and drawers, long soft fleece that keep...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 October 1897

THE GAZETTE B. a. NETTL.TroN ca I. . l-TLBTJJI. tlillom. HUTCHINSON FANSAn Brown university to E. Benjamin An lrew& "Come back and all will ba for flven." President Faure remarked nervously, when the noise of the bomb mingled with the cheers with which he was re ceived on his return from Russia, "I say, don't be so deucedly enthusiastic" The latest rules of the postofflce de partment require employes to use th utmost civility in all their dealings with the public. Civil service will leave no room for a demand for civil service reform. They told how he ate, drank, slept, talked, walked, winked, smiled, dressed and undressed. The result, we believe, was the supremest disgust the city ever felt. If It was not flunkeylsm It was the silliest of all possible slush by way of personal revenge or political opposi tion; and the only man of the crowd who didn't suffer from it was Mr. Cro ker. Wllhelmlna, the young girl who will presently be queen of Holland, refuses to marry the prince her...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 October 1897

' VTf II II all II U I ll I l 1- V2St:Rvi!M NHHB.S 7' 1! FfARMER'S FE: "Now. If you BAILEOAD QUESTION. Ian able discussion of the subject by john davis. resident Blpley of the Bants Fe 8ytem if answered by a man who has m do a tudy of the transportation prob.em In all lta phases. I continued fbom last week. Editor of the Kansas Commoner: I It is amusing to read the patronizing language of President Ripley as fol lows: You will readily understand that I have no desire to become in volved in the newspaper controversy, but the inferences which Mr. Brown draws from certain figures which he quotes are so absurd and unjust that it seems a pity to permit his article to go unnoticed, as there are a great many people who necessarily do not know the facts, and who might accept Mr. Brown's conclusions. Whether Mr. Brown himself knows the facts I do not pretend to say, but I prefer to believe he is writing in ignorance, rather than that he is deliberately at tempting to mislead the people, and ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 October 1897

FEOPLE'SPAKTY TICKET DEIIOCBAT1C TICKET For Judge Xinetb Judicial District, I I For Judge Ninth Judicial District, I 1 F.P.HETTINGER. U F. P. HETTINGER. U COUNTY TICKET. COUNTY TICKET. ' For Sheriff, I 1 For Sheriff, " " L. B. M'CLURG. U L. B.M'CLURG. U For County Clerk, I I Fr County Clerk, I I P. L. CAMPBELL. U P.L.CAMPBELL. U For Register of Deed. I I For Register of Deed , "" SAM. S. GRAYBILL. U SAM. S. GRAYBILL. LJ For Treasurer, I 1 For Treaurer, I I J. C. STRATTON. U J. C. STRATTON. U For Surveyor, I I For Hurveyor. I I E. L. ALLEN! U E. L. ALLEN, U For Coroner, I I For Coroner, I I DR. FRANK IVES. U DR. FRANK IVES, U For Commissioner, Second District, I I For Commissioner Kecnnd District, I I JOHN A. MYERS. U JOHN A. MYERS, J Tbutcbtnson (Sa3ette. Eutered at the xwtofflce In Hntohlnson, Kansas, as second class matter. E. 0. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. Iirms or Subscription, 11.00 per Tia C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Dru-ggist Jr';escriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 October 1897

T-JR.J. W. MAGUIRE, SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Gl.ise Scientifically Adjust;!. Offloe In M unlo Temple, Hutubtneoa, Kauiat LOCAL AND PEHOSAL. Don't forget to register before Fri day. W. P. Harpole has accepted a posi tion with th Santa Fe train service. Morris ChIo, of the secretay of .fita'e's office, spent Sunday with bis family here. Tickets are now on sale for the Hutchinson Lecture course at Zinn's jewelry store T. F. Athey, from Chicago, brother in-law of the editor of the Gazette is -viMtinj? here this week. Bead the statement of the First Na tional Bank in this issue. It presents splendid showing of a continually growing business. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Johnson, of Staf ford, were in town the latter part of the wee? visiting friends and made us a very p leasant call. G. W. Bousman, of Stafford, was in this city the latter part of the week In viting everybody to attend the reunion at Stafford this week W. E. Gre8ham informs us that he made eleven entries...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 October 1897

A $3,000,000 BLAZE. HISTORIC WINDSOR, NEAR HALIFAX, DESTROYED. fqaare Mil of Stores and Dwelling! Go Vp In Smoke Four Thousand People Homeless by the Cortflagra tlon Belief from Other Town. Halifax, N. a, Oct u-nistorl Windsor, one of the most beautiful towns In the province, was devastated by fire yesterday morning. For near ly six hours, beginning1 shortly before I a. m., the fire, fanned by a violent northwest gale, raged so fiercely that the local fire department was abso lutely helpless to cope with it, and within half an hour after Its discovery the mayor began to call for outside assistance. Long before noon the town had been laten up almost completely, the aroa sovered by the flames being nearly a square mile, and of the 400 or more buildings occupying the section, bare ly half a dozen scorched structures re main. Among the buildings that escaped were the Windsor eotton fac tory, King's college, the Anglican shurch, the Edgehill school for girls and the Buff rin hotel. The l...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 October 1897

PAIR Y AND POULTBY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. Bow Successful Farmer! Operate Thli Department of the Farm A Few Hints a to the Care of Ltoe Stock and Poultry. Advance In Dairying. T Is true that the dairy schools are doing much for dai rying. It Is true that the agricultur al papers, and insti tutes, and speakers, and writers, are do ing muoh for dairy ing. It is also true that many dairy men have become progressive and are doing much by their example for dairying. Neverthe less, advance in dairying Is slow, very Blow. And why should It not be? The advance is counted not by what a few do, but by the average of what all are doing. Dairying is a thing that must be dealt with in its parts and not In Its whole. Every man and every wo man that milks a cow or makes butter Is a part of that whole and each part must be dealt with separately. The ad vance is more talked about than real, when speaking of the whole. The dirty dairyman has not by any means yet been eliminated. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 October 1897

RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Mwa'-'"' . Wfl ...i!lHll..j WIST BOUND. California Limited Denver and Utah V Ex Mexico and Otltlornia Ex Colorado Night Ex Freight Freight . Chicago Uniilcd Atlantic Ex Chicago Vestibule Ex Missouri nrer night F.x r'renrht yjj-'1! - K!N1.KY UHA.NCH. Accommodation leavts California, Express " Accommodation , ..arrives Atlantic ExprM DKTARTS. 8:58 p. m. :lu p. m 1U:4& p. ID, 7:10 a. m. 4:1ft p.m. 5:110 a. m nuPAITS. 12:15 p. ni. 1 1 :as p. m. lu.Xi a in. 7:51 p. m. . ;I:I5 p. m. 6:05 a. m. 8:'a. m. 10:4A p. ill. 7:.r0 ji. m. 11: j0p. m. No. 1, Mexico ami California exprosB, carries through I'lillnuin and tourift xlei pern to Min l'auciaco (via llurstow and Mnjuvai and ou tout M sleeper to L"S Allele wiiln ut change and runsover the Hiitthini'on liniiiii. No. t. Ailantleixpri'HS, carries cliuirciirs Pull nianpalace and tourist sleeper through to Chica go without changt, and rune over the Hutchin son branch. Nos. 3 and I pass Hutchinson Tliiir?days and tundavH ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 October 1897

TT TT H0t THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'8 PABTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1897. W. 8. vol. a XMTT TT TT O ttoiioro nnd Bargain Distributers, Are not contented with an ordinary "tri tra.le" but want more; yes, its our greed, we cannot help it; it is o natural for us .to grow that we are go in to place some of our merchant in every home in the etate and have O ... . ... ... i 1. ! all cf you talking about Martin s Dig nargams. This is our plan. Looks like a Real Klondike. Ready to wear knit skirts tllat are warm and comfortable, knee length, assorted colors, bargain 50c Each. In the Dress Goods Section, lots of good cloth foi little money 40 in., Jamestown novelty dress goods, in any desired mixtures for general wear" there is nothing to equal it, a com plete line of blacks, greens, browns, reds and blues at 45C Yd. Carpet ends from the factory, they are all wool and would retail regu larly at 50c and 60c a yard; 1 yard wide, ya...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 October 1897

THE GAZETTE B. v. NKTTLJrroN CO I. . NrrrLir'jii, turn,. HUTCHINSON KANSAS HAUSAS ITEMS OF 1 ithCST. ! A Salina man slept two days without waking up. A load of wheat was stolen at Con way Springs and sold at Milan, Sum' 'ner county. Thirty head of early spring steer calves brought 813 apiece at a sals in Jewell county. The citizens of Pratt hare In the (Farmers and Merchants bank of that city over 826,000 in cash deposits. k ! Two hundred and eighty-five men are now employed in the Santa Fe shops at Ottawa and the pay roll has reached 85,000 per month. ', The Harvey county Poultry associa tion holds its second annual poultry and pet stock show at Sedgwick, De cember 11. A big priza list is to be provided. ) Newton is still having trouble with her waterworks system, notwithstand ing the recent extension. A new res orvoir to hold between 100,000 and 150,000 gallons will be built. ! No man is true- to Kansas when he does not mark the prosperity items of his home paper and send copies t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 October 1897

THE RAILROAD QUESTION, AN ABLE DISCUSSION OF THE SUBJECT BY JOHN DAVIS. President Ripley of the Santa Fa System I answered by a nun who ha made a tudy of the transportation problem In all 1U phases. continued fbom last week. Editor of tbe Kansas Commoner: Mr. Brown thinks railroad passenger rates in the United Slates, under cor porate management are too high, and refers to the lower rates in lielginm, India and Bussia, to sustain his posl tlon. President Ripley does not dispute the facts and figures cited by Mr. Brown, but thinks they convey a wrong impression, because the condi tions are different As to Belgium, President Ripley replies as follows: "Now, Belgium is a country less than one-seventh the size of the State of Kansas. It has a population of over six millions of people.. For half a century It has been the most densely populated country in Europe. Twenty years ago it had a population of 400 people to the square mile. It has a population today of about S30 to the square mil...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 October 1897

REPCBUOAN PART!. PEOPLE'S PARTY. . For JudgaNlneth J udlelal District, I 1 T? "smoST F. P.HETTINGER.' I "county ticket, county ticket. r For Sheriff, I I W.'iLONG. n L. B. M'CLURG. U . . Tot County Clerk, I I W.S YKAGEE. P. L. CAMPBELL. U For Treasurer, I I J. C. STRATTOK. U ' for Register of Deed. I I B.J.RAGLAND, fl SAM. S. GRAYBILL. r i For Harveyor, I 1 TILBURY. PI E. L. ALLEN. . - " I For Coroner, DR. E. A TAYLOR. DR. FRANK IVES. IJ For Commission.,. Second.Dlstrlct. I T'J H F. M'MURRAY. U JOHN A. MYERS. l Ibutcbinson Ba3ette. K itered at the poetoffloe In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second olass matter. E.8. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor!. IBMB Or dtjaBCRIPTION, 1.00 pkb Via C. E. SIDLINGER, THeDruLggist Inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Suggested campaign slogan for re publicans of Reno county: Vote the republican ticket and live on rice and beans. Since the decision iu the Little River township injunction caBe, Willie Mor gan's classic mind wanders off to Shakespe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 October 1897

t V X 4 T)K.J. W.MAHUIBE, SPECIALIST, n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Glaseea Scientifically Adjusted. Offloa In M eaonio Temple, iiuwmneuu, nauaaa. LAVAL AND PKHMSAL. Two or three cases of scarlet fever j have been reported in tow n. Jerry Simpson waa in town over Sun day on bis way to Stafford county where be spoke three times. A picnic near Pretty Pra-rie was ! largely attended by our candidates and .politicians the fore part of the week. Miles Wilmot, of Partridge, has. a mew girl. Heisofcouase very proud and )s thinking of sending the girl to school. - The News continues at Intervals to rehash that hoary old lie that Jerry Simpson lobbied against the maximum freight rate bill. 11 N. Morris and Mrs. Hattie M. Courtney were married at the bride's 'home ou A West on Sunday afternoon. Congratulation are extended. Mr. 8. 8. Leighty, of Lincoln town ship, was in and made the editor glad, lie reports bis new bouse is now being plastered. It will cost about $1,600 when done. G...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 October 1897

TERRIBLE DISASTER. TWENTY-EIGHT LIVES LOST IN A WRECK. A New York Central P$iener Tralo Pluoges Into the Hudson River The Traok Gave Way and the Train Leaped Into the Water at Night Garrison's, N. Y., Oct 25. -Buffalo and New York special No. 4, on the New York Central A Hudson River road, due to arrive In New York at 7, was thrown from the track into the Hudson river one and a half miles be low here just before daylight yestor day morning, causing the loss of twenty-oight lives. The retaining wall along the river had been undermined by high water In the river, and the track caved under the weight of the train. The train consisted of the engine, an express car, a combination baggage and smok ing car, one day coach and six sleep ers The engine and two of the for ward cars are submerged in fifty feet of water. Engineer Foyle and Fire man Tompkins went down with the ngine. As the train plunged over the em bankment the coupling that held the last three of the sleepers broke, and they mi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 October 1897

r TPnnr bandits held un an internation al passenger train within twelve miles of the capital of Texan the other day. The hold-np occurred about 5 o'cock in the afternoon. The robBers arc still. at large, ' The schooner Bryant, which wag cast adrift in Behrln,! sea by the., tug Uo yoke, and reported, lrist, has ; reached Puget Sound safely. ' i Yellow fever has made its appear aace in a number of Texas tovrns. Tliq dry, warm weather has caused its pread in New Orleans. A New York woman with excellent Intentions, but infirm judgment, re cently deeded h small farm all the property she owned in the world to a church society that is preparing to . erect a 8100,000 edifice. Of course tho preacher accepted it. ! It was a Georgia Justice of the Peace who observed that he was not qualified to try a horse-thief who was brought before him, as the horse stolen belong ed to him, bnthe added, while the bail iff was trying the thief: "I will be Stretching the rope and locating a tree." The Bum of ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 October 1897

Farmer's Correspondence. BABIOIT HAPrKHIWCIH. The weather is very warm again. Mra. Rob Bramwell and son, Fay, are jn the sick list. Miss Umstott who has ben visiting in thebe parts for some time sutrteil for her borne in Illinois TuurBday. Mias Annette Leclerc Iihs exursd a position in Bint's gallery. Willie Duke, who hasbwn in McPber eon for some time, lias returned uud will soon start to the Strip. Jake Cline and Harper Leigtity were OHt hunting one day last week. They stopped the horse and the foraier arose and fell which caused the gun to dis charge i's contents iuto Jake's arm. Mr. Farthiugs were entertaining rela tives Iniit week. A certain John Haines has been seen quite a number of times in our neighbor hood ufter uight. W (tretitly fear thHt he intends to take tomething. AIodzo Umstott bought sixty head of cattle last week. . CAMTI.KTON. rainu. Captain Hedriok and daughter paused through this neighborhood yesterduy, qu their way (home from the Cheyeuue country. The people o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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