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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 June 1898

jpit, J, W, MAWIIHB, . SPIfiClAWBT, .n Diseases of Eya, Ear, Nona anJ Throat, Alanine Scientifically Adjuated. Offlot In M uulo Temple, Hutuhliisou, Kauaae. LOCAL AUt rmUMMAL, TJI11? Lewli of tbo clerk of the court .office la la tbe territory harvesting bis "beat., Miss Edltn Dunn of Garden City bas Vbeen flatting Mlai.es Blanch and Ada fLowry, on B Emit. Mlai Grace Hover of llalstead, who lliaa beun visiting MIm Jeaala Harber son, on B East, returned borne Friday evening. Frank Colladuy bas nold about sixty tmrveatlng machines, mostly binders, this year ami will probably tell a good many yet. Trouble with a gasoline stove over the poetofllce callrd the Ore depart ment out Tueaday evening. No dam Age was done. Mr. 0. Biabor, who baa a govern men water gauge, reports that over four Inches of water fell during the week nding.June lltt). Lightening struck the Catholic Church Tuesday night and did con islderable damage to the steeple and Xront of tbe building. See ad. of the Star Clothi...

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 June 1898

err THE GAZETTE. E. 0. NKTTLETON CO. E, a. Nutti.iton, Kit , nuicniNsoN, KANSA& ANNAS ITEM OS" 1NTKKKNT, As soon as the war in Cuba U over Fred Funston expects to join hi regl went In Manila. . There ought to he a law empowering farmers to imprcM trumps iirto their Mrvlcei (luring harvest time.. Allen county made a gain In popula- tlon of 1,484 during the pmt year, of which Iola claim to have contributed The Wellington people have deolded to celebrate the Fourth by taking a drive through the country to watch the harvest hands. Not a single prominent Kansas went to thli war an a private It there U n nv aristocracy In Kansu It It an ar istocracy of polltlulunn. It la better for a mnn to be able to occasionally ship a cur loud of steers which top the market than to carry In hU pocket the vote of hi ward. Stuto Mine Inspector MoOroth's late nnnuul leport commend the mining law passed by the last legislature but Insinuates that it U a mighty good thing to repeal, The Fulrviow Courier...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 June 1898

THESE SHIPS ABE FI WAR Non-Combatant Vessels That Serve the Men-df-War as Ploatina Hospitals, Helpers, etc.-Are Never Fired Upon. ' The finest of our fighting ahlpa, with all their boasted self-sufficiency, their manifold mechanism, and their com plex provision! against accident or mishap, are really helpless creation! the moment their coal suppllos become exhausted. Nothing could be more pathetically distressed than a great battleship wallowing aimlessly In a aeaway, ber power of offnnoo Intact but paralyzed, like ber great body, for want of energy or Its correlative, coal; ber great eyes blind for want of eloc trlcal force; her lungs fouled by taint ed air because of her halted blowers; her whole body either foverluh or chil led, as the weather dictated, for want . of circulation or proper respiration; and her complement athlrst for need of enough beat to transform that tantaliz ing sea water Into drink. Such a thing Is distinctly possible, and It Is gainst even the slightest appr...

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 June 1898

THE MILD rOWER CURES. HUMPH REVS' Thl tha HUMM oT dums.Uo anU mala, Iloasst, CkmM, Saaar, Doos, I Hoaa. ud Pouitiit. an cured by ylV llaaiknit' Veterinary fleaoU os, k) M mi m that people rlila on railroad, sad anH( bf tolncrapn, or aow wita sewing Saaohlna. II U u Irrational to bottle, ball and kkxxl animal lu order to euro tlii.m, u It la to lako passage In a aloop from New York to a Ibanv. Deed In Uu boat lble and reooimiieudiMl by the V, H. Army Cavalry Olaoere. leVoOO PAQB BOOK on treatment and oareof N Domealle Animals, and eleUle chart V u.onntd on rollers, itnt free. VETERINARY cwaia 1 Peters, Congaallon, Inflammation. A. A. 1 Itplnal Menlnsllle, Milk Kseer. B. Il.Htralua, Lameness, Itheuuiail.ua II, C-DUttimprr. Nasal Dlsuharge. Pa It. lima or drubs. Worms, K. K.('auirhe, Heaves, Pnenmonla. F. F.-Collu or tlrliies, Hellyaehe. li. (l.-imeiarrluye, lltiuiurrbaaes. H.H.-)rlaary and Kldury Dlauaaee, I, I.-F.rnpllve D I .eases, Mauge. J. K.-Dlaeaaes of Dlseetlnn. tliabla I'nao, ...

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 June 1898

THIS orYlClAL OMAN OF THE PKOPLE'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TliURSDAY, JUNI3 23, 1893. vol. a NO. 42. all renominated; Kansas, Populliits Hold Tholr State Convention.. , COV. LEEDY HAS NO OPPOSITION A I'Uuk . Ilouuiiitlliiif Ilia Immetllsl. ' itboliilou ol'lli iliruiiollUu !' Hew la Innuryurutxd lulo l U. , . . sMaU'uriu-I'roiieedlUKS,' The slat convention of the PapU' . lint iurty of, hawtm met lu llsvukll- ou haill, Topeka, Wednesday, June lu. . ., The contention wui culled U order at 10 o'clock a. in. by Taylor ItMdliS, oliak'imiu of the smie uoiiiiivIlumj, Che cull being read by Hecrctury Tipton, L. 11. Wright of Kunnorla, 1'. P. EL fli-r of Frunklin comity, A. T. C. Gel sjer of Ellsworth county, Judge A. E, tAuidreiws of Hush county, L, P. King: of (.owley counly in id Vim lloff'inuu ox Enterprise were placed In noma nation for tie mponary chairman, The roll was tailed by coilntles, the toil Hot rrKiIt.lMg- as follow-; Wright 7; Elder, 113...

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 June 1898

THE GAZETTE E. O. NKTTLETON & CO, E, (1. NrmJsTON, Kd. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. EAN8AS ITEMS OV INTCMCST. v. The blcyalo track at Bun-ton Ii be ing used extensively. A Bloomer baseball team has start ed the season at I'nola. Blind lloone la getting rich off of Kansas, He hus been working the Mat for three months, It would bo interesting to know at what ancient day the feud between the weather and Kaunas began. ' A Kansas farmer wants to know what has beeoiue of the theory tliut lister ditchea caused drouth? An Kinporla produoe firm has pur chased nearly fifty thousand dollars worth of poultry since Muruh. K. R, Ridgely has boen re-norolnutcd by tho populists for congressman from the third congressional district. The Sallnn elty council has donated t.'iOO to assist In properly celebrating the Fourth of July ut tluit place. An Kills county Russian hired a farm hand for harvesting season tho other !ay, agreeing to pay him St a day. E. N. Morrill appeared befora the Brown county board of...

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 June 1898

the DOGS How European , Military, Men Propose to Use Them in Field Operations. Dogs for Ambulance Service. At the time JJIiakOHpeare penned that Immortal line, "Let Blip the dogs of war," be could havo had no Idea that his words would one day he used lit erally, , Vet such will be the case, tor there Is little doubt that In the next great European war the words written so many years ago by the great poet and dramatist will bo the very ones used by the officer lu charge ot the war dots to set his pack ot teroclous canines cQ the enemy. In the arralos ot almost evory Euro pean country, except Groat Britain, says a writer In the Rambler, dogs are trained either as spies, messengers, or to render help and assistance to the wounded, Germany, France, Russia, Austria and Italy, all have their bands of trained dogs, although it Is In the SENDING A TRATNED DOG TO THE FRONT WITH AMMUNITION. first named country that they are made the most uso ot. Since 1888 Prussia has employed va rious kinds ...

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 June 1898

TDutcblncon fcette. JCntered t the poituffloe In Hntvlilnton, Kansas, ti teoond olani mutter. , I.fi. NETTLETON I CO. Froprlilori. nu or ivcirnoH, il.00 Ya C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist r.'eiicrlptloui a Specialty, JTorth Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Chief Jiutlc, A. N. ALI.KN, Governor, J. W. l.ERDY, CtlToy Connljr Lieutenant Governor, A. M, HAItVEY. bhuwiidu County f eoreUry of State, W.K, HUSH, Jewell County Treusuitr, 0, H. HErKI.EIIO'EIt, Mlmnl County iUerncv General I. C, IIOVLE, lluwrboa County Auditor, W. II.MOltKIrt, Cherokee County CONCUlKSeiONAL. ConKrormun'ttt Large, J, I). IIOTKIN, WIIbou County Congressman, Heventll Dlstrlut, JK1IHY SIMPSON, of Harbor County Ciuiu.iK hoiiDKi.L, tlit) Inst republi can speaker of tie Khubhb legislature, ays, "Chester may charge, and Stan ley amy on, but the fact remains that Jerry will be elected. " It is asserted that the Senate com mittee la about to report recommend ing the passage of a Nlcajagua canal llll which pro...

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 June 1898

JJR. J. W, MAl!HIB, ( HPMOIALIHT, .n Dlsonees of Eye, Ear1, Nose anJ . Throat. HtliOMXtMcliintinollr AdJuHtnd. Offla In Ml Hiuiilt' luuipla, llatufiliiMin, KaulM, l.tMIAL. AND rf.OHL, Mr. B 0 NUleton ottheOAiSKiTic left Wednesday fur an extended trip in Colorado. Miss Lenora Tut tenon left Wednes day evening for an extended visit ttiroiJKU Illinois and Keutucky. Mr. Overstreet, who resided on A West, left with bis family Sunday for gullna, Kansas, where they will make their future borne. Two Mormon apostles, straight from Utah are lurking around this patch of Wane, we presume with the hope of making prosjlltes. The Christian church Is undergoing needed repairs this week, Kepaper ing and recarpeilug are expected to be completed ready for regular services Sunday. Mr. Clias. Campbell ot Omaha ar rived Wednesday evening to visit his sister, Mrs. W. 0 Falrchlld of this city. lie left Friday to visit relatives in Lamed. Those who want to become , bloated 'bond holders and have $0,110 or m...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 June 1898

DID AWFUL KAVOCJ AMERICAN GUNNERS DID TER - RIFIC DAMAGE AT SANTIAGO. Vatterles Were Demoll.lied Orueeoma Vtldenee of Vntulltr Among Hpanl.h Soldier. Report That Iliibwn and III Uonipanlon Ilava IUnm Murdered. Kingston, Jamaica, Juno 20. A eareful Inspection of tho fortifications long tha orcst of tho hills defunding Santiago harbor bIuco tho bombard niont Thursday morning show tho American gunners spread wrock and ruin everywhere. Somo of the but teries were demolished beyond ropair. The vultures which olrclod ovor tho hills as thick as swallows around a chimney for hours after .the firing ceased furnished gruesome evidence of tho fatality among tho Spanish sol diers. Hundreds of troops could be seen from tho ships digging In mounds of earth piled up by tho explosions of tho projectiles from tho heavy guns for bodies while their heads were fanned by tho wings of the black scavengers of tho battle field, There were two spots, ono In the east and tho other In tho went of the harbor e...

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 June 1898

When a man and wife got)n a train tnd both look unusually solemn, it tor dlcatea that he I taking hor away to Lave an operation performed. lion and thnlr Grievance. . The grievance of Bailor examined by the authorities In ports of entry are often greatly exaggerated. Violence s always objectionable, and pointedly no, when exerted upon an unfortunate liver, atoinauh or bowels by dotting with purgatives whloh weaken the In testines. Use Uostottor's Stomach Bit ters. t A woman is never happy till she owns a man and never unhappy till he knows she does. Educate' Your Dowel With Caeoarete Candy Cathartle, cure emlltlnn forever. IOo. Ubo. IT U 0. 0. lull, drugglsta ruf uud manor It takes an awfully good man to lose a many as three wives by death without being regarded with suspl clon. A bath with COHMO BUTTKRMILK BOAP, exqulnltely scented, U aoothiug oiid buUolaL, Hold every whore. Tho saloon free lunches have bo- Jomo so elaborate that they are Inter fering with the restaurants and ho te...

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 June 1898

THE COLLINS CASE. Preliminary Examination of Young Collins Botfuii at Topoku. CREAT INTEREST IS MANIFESTED. The) Arcueetl .11 tirtlcrt'r illuhiluln tlit-ei'iiil -'l liBt url" unit) ul lliu mud Internets Utt Alllllal. llllll. iTopcU'ii, Kim., June 21. Th pre Uiniiiuij liv.iriu ol 'I'liu iwiu of the uuic of Kiuiiaiw vs. Juim Uviwy Ul- "sind, lilO UCUIlM.ll luurdci'W Wit father, Mae U'jjuu jeiMJuy, liiv lit.'unii wok plucu MVro Jus iico iioUiuUrtili, in 'u ' ttP" uouts yvuui of 'ulie conn l) building. Suoll wwum were miter wHiuiwiwd eUo. hcanntf ol' U'htl in 'A'petou. Ullw down t t'llB R-iU'Wy f9 VrceU by Uhu urowU twice, oiico iu fureuoou tin! oiu; lu tlw u-ftor-mkui, ojmI iroUilaitf fceonw:! hl K ist tlii cui'loiilly of 'fl pi-opte W the Mtutlciiik of tliti uuiivorttiity, tuo prowiH.'oUivo Kpisfi;i'l uiluJU!r, Idio stoolo-ty teudor, Uw "love-mad" wooer tf vu lieJivw, wlw 1 ttucuBod ol imir deriaitf his own futher ou tine JuxHuiiug f Muv 13. It wu the pur.puo of ilia slier W to kip Bl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 June 1898

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF Til? PKOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. V0Iit 8i . HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THtJRSDAV. JUNE0J898T N0.15T - f "n 'hrt".7""T,i-T' "" " - ' ain'iAiacmi...- Me "snot oire" Snaniardi "" " " THE INITIAL FIGHT. Bough Rldors and Rogrulnra Run Into a Spanish Amousoudo. MANY MEN KILLED AM WOUKDED. Afters Ii X'rntf llalllc LmdlugNuarly Two lluur Ilia NmiUh Troop Are Fill to Fllulil The limU and Wounded. Juragua, Cuba, June 25 (per Asso ciated 1'ress Diapatch Boat Daudjr, via Kingston, Juuialoa, June 2(J.) The Initial tight nf Colonel Wood' rough rider and tha trooper of the First and Tenth regular cuvalry will be known lu hlatory aa tha battle of La Quaslna. That it did not end In the complete slaughter of the Americans waa not due to any miscalculation in the plan of the Spaniard, for a perfect an anibuicndo u va ever formed in tha brain of nn Apache Indian waa pre pared, and Lieutenant Colonel liooae velt and hi men walked aquarely into it. for nn hour and ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 June 1898

I ARE FACE TO FACE. SPANISH AND AMERICAN AR MIES ALMOST TOGETHER. buttle of Santiago Jfar at Hand tian nU Shafter 1'ualilng III Force to tha Front for too lUttl Formation It tort of Wheeler and Vuuu(, K i Norton, Juyo 37. Troops of tho TIniUiil States uud Spain arc almost face to face unil less tlutn four miles apart. Saturday night the picket lines t certain point wore within hulling' distance of tho enemy. It seems cor tain thut the battle of Santiago must euuto within a week. Two mllos beyond, fur out In front f tho American forces and occupying the ronds lead lug to ISantlago, 1h a force of 1,(500 Cubans under llonoral Carlo (lonzales. The eutlro Cuban army, under direc tion of General Callxto (larcla, is lurching for a co-operatlvo attack on Uantiugo. Uarela, with (1,000 Cubans, iras expected from tho Interior before aightfall, whllo from Aeerraderos, twenty miles to the west of Santiago, 8,noo Cubans arrived yesterday. There are no Spaniards In the entire nuntry between Daiqui...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 June 1898

Eat in. Haste And suffer at lelsura. When your sauaed stomach oan ao lonfor eheerfully snd properly perform JU duties, law doses tit Hood's Bareaparilla ar Ilka fraah water, to withered plant. Toll medlolna tone tba stomach, restore dlgeitlva strength, craatoa aa appetite and with llttla eara la dial, tba patient ia aooa aaaln In per fect health. Try It and you 'U believe fn It. IfOOd'S 8pa'r!!ia la Amerloa'i Qreatest Medicine. Hood's PHIS) aura aornUpalloB. at cents. A dootor who roally believes In tho ifUoacy of mertlulne la dangerous. For a parfeot complexion and a, clear, ka'lthy akin, wa ufoMO BUXTKIUULK. BOAF. Bold every where. Some people lay that so kind of pleasure Is worth ths rebound. It would astonish you to know how much hi ealh rate of Whins, Children haa 5r-S. In all the leriia oil We alnoa Wr. M..rr.Lf TarruiHAtTeeililni n Powders! nave keen need. TnaiHiwA Alas jjuoeuon, ncu- Ulre the Howeis, muiio. " abould ba flrea by all mother. In most business enterprises there ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 June 1898

Tfoutcb.nson (5a3ctte. Entered it the postunloe In Hutohlnnon, Kansas, ta ttoond olaea matu. I.O.NETTLETON ft CO. Proprietors. f dims or doiaoairTiow, 1.00 rsa Y C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlio Druggist Inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Clilof Justice, A. N, ALLEN, Governor, J, W. LEEDY, ('(.itVyCunnly Lliuittmiint Governor, A. M, HAKVKV. eiiuwneo County Hecrutsry of elate, W. K. HUSH, Jewell Couuty Treasurer, D. 11. HKKFI.EIIO'.VEK, Miami County Attorney General L.C. IIOYLE, llourbon County Auditor, W. II.MOKItlH, Cherokee: County CONOXiK810NwXi. Congrumiin-Rt.I.rge, J.J). IIOTKIS, Wilton County Congressman, Seventh District, JK1IHY SIMPSON, of Barber County CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the county central committee of the people's party 1b hereby called to meet at the Midland hotel on Tuesday, July 12th, at 1:00 p. m. for the purpose of calling a conven tion to nominate a county ticket. This is an important meeting. Let there be no commi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 June 1898

jyn.3, w.MAauiiiB, HPKCJAIIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, None RnJ Throat. flUH.esSrlintlficslly AiiliiPtod. Olflo Is Ma oiiloieiuple, lluuhliiMiu, Km, in. LOO AL AMD PEKIONAL. Tbe mayor of the city, we are told Is rranglnr to purchase a couple of blood hounds, to he it nod In huntln down chicken thieves and other crim inals. The first National Rank of tbli city will receive subscriptions to ths new Issue of United States bonds as you will nee In tbelr ad. elsewhere In tbls juper. Read It. The private bank at Turon bas been reorganized as a state bank wltb C. It Iteed of A.thniore, Illinois, as presld nt; J. T. Wallace of Turon, vice prs ident and M. II, Totter of the Same place cashier. r Fatty Oswald and Frank Kepplnff 0nvicted of pamblinR, were sent to the penitentiary last week. Their at torneys have applied for a rehearing liefore the supreme court, however, but may not get It, A couple of hoboes, who "attacked" J. 8. May for money to buy some thing to eat, and were refered to a ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 June 1898

THE GAZETTE. E. 0. NETTLETON ft CO. E. 0. TTtrron, Ed. nUTCHINSON, KANSAS, BALSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Fifty raola boys belong to the crowd In Cuba. Blind Boone, tlio pianist, is in Jail at 'Utsburg. Larned Is overrun by tramps, who refuse to work. The soldiers have left Hiawatha and the girls are broken hearted. Feople In Newton are getting sick because there Is water In their cellars. A Fort Scott private says he will fol low his captain to hell to get to kill a Spaniard, Tho state Is now without a mllltla orgnnizatloi 'or the first time since the war, Kansas will have on exhibition at Ihe Omaha show three car loads of cancelled farm mortgages, Tramps havo formed a league In Sumner county and will not work In 1 ho wheat fields for less thun two dol lars a day. The wheat Is too fur advanced In southern Kansas for tho black rust to damage it, Tho season has not been so wet In the southern part. The Arkansas City Are department Is putting on metropolitan ulrs since t he waterworks plan...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 June 1898

.WHAT Putting His Funds Where They Will Do (Him) PROFITS IN BANKING. DEPOSITOR'S MONEY EARNINQ DIVIDENDS FOR OTHERS. The Banker's Money and tht Depositor! Hon; Earns 8, 16, li, 83 and Soma of It 48 par cent for ttaa Banker who Manipulates tha Loan. Tlie following is an extract from an article by R. A. Daguo in tha Jane New Time: Let me illustrate how Barings banks are started, and how they work not in California only, but elsewhere. John Smith decide to start a bank. The people begin depositing with him, and he agrees if they will entrust him with their money for soveral months he will allow them a small interest when they withdraw it from the bank. Usually he allows them no interest if the mon ey is not left a speolfled time; he thus gets the free use of large amounts of cash. After the deposits hare accum ulated to a sufficiently large amount the bank begins to make loans. Farm er "A" comes In and borrows for a ysar or longer at say 8 per cent interest per annum, and gives a mortg...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 June 1898

Farmers' Correspondence. rRlillT PRAIH1K 1TEMM, Tie music of the lieailer It beiircl tv anywhere, Pretty Tralrie Lad a heavy raia last Wff k wblob, bi much at It was Deeded, iu jjsueitil did considerable damage to the wheat. Wheat has ripened remarkably fast tbla year 10 that It Utob feared that portion of it may fall to the ground be fore it can all becut. It is a good thing harvest hna finally come, klnot the war soars had occupied their mlmlMo as to cause them to be come indlffereut to their ' farm duties, linnet will bring them to their cense df duty If anything will. There are a number of severe cases of 'that tired feeling" among some of the would be harvester on the depot plat form of Tretty Priiirle. llarvent this year will cost a grout deal In thla vioinlty, at least to tome of the la borers from Missouri. It may be esti mated that to some of the corpulent ones it will oost a high as fifteen pounds avolrdnpon. Jutiob Selb who bus attended the nor mal at Hutchinson, has retu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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