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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 September 1898

tfhn man who admits he it la tha wrong U usually In the right. Don't Tobioeo Ipll intf Smoke Your Lift Awae, To anil tobaroo easily nfl forerer, be nief. notlo, full of Ufa, ner-e end lgr, take No-To-Kio tlio wonilor-worker, tbnl uiauee weak runs atroiur. Allilruiiilnlii, Mo. or II. Our gueran toed. IlouUlet mid eemple free. AllieM buirllKf lUmsily Co.. Cnluaso or Now York. nave you notified that here lately a good many men live alone. Mr. Window ooiamg Urrtp Sw efcllrtnn telhlnssoftens the unn,rluoM Inflem Mloo. all pl oure ""id Of"". oeuLs a uolUe, Women are better than men are, Men rery seldom love tholr enemloa, but women most always kiss them. Perhipi you hsve hid the grippe or bird cold. You may be recovering from malaria or a slow fever; or possibly some of the chil dren are Just getting over the measles or whooping cough. Are you recovering as fast as you should? Has not your old trouble left your blood full of Impurities? And Isn't this the reason you keep so poorly? Don't ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 September 1898

Tfoutcb.ttoon (Sa3ctte. Entered (t the poetoffloe In Hutchinson, Kansas m icooud olntt ruatur. I. Q.NETTLE10N 1 CO. Proprietors. fiHMI or duaaoairnoN, 11.00 riaYSA C. E. SIDLINGER, Tih.e Druggist Inscriptions Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Associate Justice, N. II, ALLEN. Llun County, Governor, J. W. LEEDV, CtrTcy Connly Lieutenant Governor, A, Mi HARVET. fchtwiiee Comity Bccretary of State, W. E. HUSH, Jewell County Tressurtr, D.H. HEri'LEnO'.VElt, Ml u ml Connly Attorney General L. C. 1I0YLE, llomban County Auditor, W. 11. MORItia, .'hrokct County Btte 8opcrlntendaot. Win STRIKER, Dnrtoa County CONGRESSIONAL. Corjgreetman.Rt-Large, J, D. IIOTKIN, WlUon County Congressman, Seventh District, JEUHY SIMPSON, of Barber County COUNTY TICKET. Clerk District Court, FAT SMITH, of Hutchlnoiu, Oonnty Attorney, WILLIS E. VINCENT, of Clay Township Probate Jodge, FRED TIIOHP, of Haven Townihlp Buperlntendent of Schools, M. A. DRAPER, of Sylvls Township Bt'prefent...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 September 1898

A I : J)IU. W.MAOCUtB,.. BPKC1ALIBT,' .n Diseases of Eye, Eur, Nose rtnJ Tiirmit. Ol.miiii Scientifically Adjut4. OlUco In M uulu iemiile, lliitcbliiuii, Uuuiu. local Ann rKaAONAL. John Klnkel has returned from a trip to eastern Kansas. Conductor Elliott of the Santa Fe branch is to take a vacation tr'p to Illinois. A float settlement was made In tbe probate court of tbe estate of J. A. Schuyler Monday. Joe Fontron who is now located as an attorney of Kansas City, bas been in town this week. A lamp explosion called out tbe Are department Sunday night to tbe cor ner of Seventh and Maple. It was the old story.. Fire out when they Rot there. Holiday's band will give a concert at tbe opera house on next Sunday afternoon before .leaving for Denver. They expect to bave several new pro fessionals and their new uniforms. . A Haven towns' lp younR man, Douglas Kennedy, who was a member of the "rough riders" was In the city Monday, lie onllsted from New Mex ico. However bo got no further than...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 September 1898

THE GAZETTE, E. 0. NKTTLETON tt CO. 0, Num-U'roN, Ed. nUTCHINSON, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTKHEST. i Work In the railroad rail mill at Newton has been suspended for tho present, Bethany college at Llndsborg owns twenty pianos, has six rented, and is still short. A Linn county man who paid 0100 for seven spring calves soys that ho got a bargain. Safe crackors are gotllng In their work at a groat rate ovor the state. The crooks hove reud the pupors and learned that thoro Is money In Kansas this year. The 13th day of September In Kan sos this year was filled with fatalities. Three were killed in a railroad wreck at Wichita-, one at Newton and throe at Quoncmo, A Marshall county man has twenty acres planted to potatoes, the avoruge yield of which ho expects to exceed 800 bushels per aero; and potatoes are go ing to bring a good prlco this year, too, A number of Indians from tho rcser vatlon went to Topoku to see Buffalo Bill's wild west hIiow. Most of them got gloriously drunk, woro la...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 September 1898

r RESULTS or REPUBLICAN' ADMINISTRATION THE KANSAS. CAMPAIGN. THE ISSUES AND THE CANDI DATES BEFORE THE PEOPLE Kverjr Department of ttio Pritmnt Admin Intmllim Shown liconnmy nnd Good Mum cement, uiiil tho Amnirnncoi of He-elcUon Iiiuroimoi Tlio present mnnnioment of tlio state grain inspectiou department Is tlio best In tlio history of tho stato. Tho work U not only dono wilh grcu profit to tliu Blulo but inspection foes ' liavo been greatly reduced. Tlio ro duullou Ih ubout40per cont and still the department has ample, funds to keep nil nuuensary help, Tlio old short weight (lout ut tho big elevators fit great centers In being- slnil oil. By moans of it shippers lost several hun dred pounds on overyear. Of emirsu this effected tlio prices paid tho pro ducer us ho had to pay a Kir all enough prlco lo iiiiilco up for his short weight losso. Inspector Culver Iiiib made very Htllo noiso about tlio manner In which his (lepiirlinent has been con uitcted but ins work lias been very crcd ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 September 1898

farmer' Correspondence. TODKh itmn. The Yoder politicians are very still linos tha war, Mr. 8. V7. Hill attended tha Wichita alnta fair one day lint week, Mr. JerifRamiey bnn c me up from Arkansas. Mr. John lUnisey is '.Linking of going Lome. Ilia girl in Arkuusni hug prob ably written him bad netra. Mr. Dayiioff, county auperiutoodeut, baa been vibitlug the schools iu this vi cinity tills week, Mra. S. W. Hill is vUitiog her lister in Cartervllle, Missouri. There wns a party at Mr, Swundert lnht Frliluy night uud a good time wat reported. ttOUTU RENO, Uncle Dim JfcMillttn, an old settler in tbia towusbip, died one day lust week and waa burled Fiitliiy In Hutchinson. John and Lodu Itoteof Lincoln, will attend college lit Mckunou thia term. Mra. lloht. Dade and sou Emil, epent Saturday In South-Reno, Feto Epperson told his cnlrea reoeutly at $10.00 per head. Mr. C. 11. Grover aold Uu hnd of Spiing culveH ut (liOCO ptr head a few days ainoe. Geo, Uollaway haa twenty-flvLead of aeyenty...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 October 1898

fif - ., tt. TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PKOPLK'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 0. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER C, 1808. NO. 5. QUAY UNDER ARREST A Serious Criminal Chiiriro Drought Against Illm. PROMPTLY SURRENDERS HIMSELF, lis I ArriiMid of I'uiiniIiIiik to Di vert I'libllo IlloiiP) lo Ilia OWU I'se Neunlur I'onroso lutervlcwed. Philadelphia, Ocloher i. Warratnts twre Ifsued .Monday for Hit? au-rest of i'nlted Sttttf Senator .MaitUicw ytnn ICy Qu'ay. his fen., niiOian It, Q'AJ'i ex-Stn.te lrcaaurer Benjamin J. Hay wood an'd Charles IT, Mckm, of lMt'l brg, law purliner of LieuUMKint Gov ernor hyon. They are aceitwd of conxplrwcy wltlh John S. Hopklna, for anerly cashier of Hit People's bank, ito use public mom1) for their own use. .Hopkins killed himself taut March, shortly before the bank' fail ure. Senator Quay il.ml hi son came ip rom Atlantic City soon as they, heard of their intended arrest, They promptly mirwndwcd themselves and Mniglntra-le Jerninn ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 October 1898

THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NETIXETON CO, E. O. Nktti.xton, ltd. nuTcniNsoN, KANSAS. BAMUAS ITEMS Of INTKHKSTi Chanuto lias a new mantle on J lump factory. ' Seneca lias a now opera house with seating capacity of 800, Up to last week an Ellsworth coun ty thresher hud run 43,700 bushels of wheat through his machine. Fanners living1 near Conway are suf flUently enterprising to have their mall delivered to them from the post- office dally by a man hired for that purpose, The farmers of Kansas are holding their wheat. The rcuson they are do Ing so Is because they have money and do not haro to sell It. The price Is go ing up aguln. The town cows in pluccs where But' fulo Bill's show has hold forth aro now leading a dog's life. All tho town kids nre practicing on thorn In their effort to learn to throw a rope. The Galena Times suys that a Galena clrl wus actually cngngeil to three men up to within two weeks of her marrtago. Ono of the men didn't know that he had beon "thrown" until ho got an invit...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 October 1898

THB I i ; The ghost of a Murdered Soldier confronts every Republican Candidate for Congresi who desires to return to Washington New York Journal- THE KANSAS CAMPAIGN. hTHE ISSUES AND THE CANDI DATES BEFORETHE PEOPLE. Every opnrtiuont of tlia rroiont Admin Itrratlon Show Economy and Gond Management, and tlis Aiauranoo of Re-election Innreaiie. ! In view of tho fact that the enroll ment at the Stute Agricultural College is greater this yenr than In any pre vious yeur in the hlHtory of the insti tution, the republican papers are say ing nothing about the ruin wrought at 'that Institution when It was reorganiz ed a littlo over a year ago. i J Tho last populist legislature cost tho state 9274.01 por day lens on its own expenso than the Republican legisla ture which preceded it. v ! Secretary Alger's order counter Handing the original order to muster but tho 21st Knnsas was based on a Statement that the regiment was so efflolont that It could not bo spared at this time This is one of the ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 October 1898

Iftutcbftiaon Ea3Ctte. BntmwA t tbe poitofflot Id Hutohlnion, Bamai i Muond olaat matter. 1.8. NETTLETON a CO. Prosrltlort. fanns orSuaioiirTioN, I.00Ysa C. E. SIDLINQER, Tiie Druggist Fecrlptlons a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Aiioclata Juatlct, M. II. ALLEN, Linn Oonntjr, Corernor, J, W. I.EKDY, Ccffcjr County Lieutenant Governor, A. II. IIAHVET. Shiwueo Comity Btorotury of Stato, W. K. MJHIl, Jewell County Treasurer, D. II. HEFFLLIlO .VElt, Miami Cooiity Attorney General h, C. IIOTLE, llourboa County Auditor, W. II.MOK1I1M, (.'hrokot County 8tnlo Buperlnteudunt. Win &TKTKEB, llurtoa County CONGIiKSSION-AIi. CoDgrt'iiniin-at-Lrge, J. D. 1IOTK1N, Wilton County Congreiiman, tovantk Dl.trlot, JEDHY SIMMON, ol Barber Countjr COUNTY TICKET. Clerk Dlitrlct Conrt, FAT 8MITII, of HutcblnoBn, County Attorney, WILLW E. VINCENT, of Clay Township Vrobnto Judup, FRED TilOUP, of llavon Township Knjicrlntcnilcnt of School, M. A. DltAPElt, of Sylyls Township ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 October 1898

JJII.J. W, MAGUIUB, BPKC1ALI8T, .n Diseases of Eyo, Ear, Noso anJ Throat. OUnnn Hrlnntinr)r AilJuHtnd. OIUm In Ml aula luaiplv, Huuiulmou, Umim. LOCAL AMD PENAOHAL. trlul Andy Brock tried to get a new but It was overruled. The Hutchinson Southern started on 4 new time curd Sunday. Mrs. Henry Obee has been attendlnij theOmahiexposltlon and has returned. Mrs. Amos Hess and uuther, Mrs fcildltnger, returned from a visit Ohio Friday. Attorney John lt)berts was consld erably bruised up In bicycle collision Sunday evening. Sam Hirst was elected second vice president of the Photographers' usso elation at Topeka lust week. Trof. M. A. Draper of Sylvia, can dldate for County Superintendent was In the city on business Saturday. EJ. Pjehbr ot the Bin Ton re turned from Omaha the last ot the week, while Mrs. Poubler has gone Uast for a visit. Lawrence Meoce of Company E camo in on a hospitable train Thurs' day nlglit. He is sick with typhoid J 1 e is quite seriously sick. John Ukaua who was cou...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 October 1898

South Atlantic Coast Swept By a Terrific Wind, HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE FEARED, Uondltlona Similar to Thoe That Pr Titllsd la 180U Itloo Crop Along tha Savannah Blvr rraetloally Deatroyod Damage to Shipping la Coneldorable. Savannah, (la., Oct. 8. For eight ecu hours Savannah has boon In tho grasp of a West Indian cyclone, Dur ing tlmt tlmo tho wind blow steadily from fifty to seventy inllos an hour. Whllo tho alty csonpod with eom paratlvuly llttlo damngo, the loss of property omoiiif the sen Islands of tho (loorgla and South Carolina coasts Is believed to bo heavy, For miles In ovory direction oraund Suvonuah tho lowlands alon(f tho rlvors nro sub merged. Only ono fatality has so far boon reported the drowning of a negro while attempting to roach tho laud from a sunll Island, near Thun derbolt but heavy loss of life Is fearod on tho South Carolina sea islands, where such fearful loss of life occurred during tho great tidal Storm of 1803. Tho conditions now are similar to thane during th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 October 1898

, When a man's opinion has weight no where ele ha geU up la prayor meet lua mm uouvcia iv . . n in . i. .. Pro pond Alliance With England. If the United States and Enfland ihould form an allianoe there would be little chanue for euemlea to overcome us. Whon men and vromon keep up their health with llnsttjtter's Btoinaoh Hitter, there is little chance of at lacks from disease, a it steadies the bervei and Increases the appetite. Try it. Seven dove make one weekbut It often take more to make one strong. Te Our Con.tipatloa Koreyer. Tike Caerwreta, Candy CaUiartlo. lOoortta. II 0. 0. 0. full (a oure, UrutwlHU refund money I When a man' wlfo'i old inuUl slntor livci with them, ho booomes as groat a match maker aa an old woman, Even those who it nothing complain that they have no time, Who hiu all the tlino, anyway? A man imagines before marriage that he will be hi wife a cup of joy. but finds out afterwards that holsonly a fly in it. There is a marrying story on the averago widower at l...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 October 1898

Farmers' Correspondence. Editor Gazette: I tiippose many of tta". three hundred that went from Hutch inson to Clnclnnuti, weut with ft view of vUltlng ooce more tbe settles of their t childhood dnjri, Peihupi !o descrip tion of the leenes of the old borne In which I wan retired would be that of many others. I left the home nest over ft quarter of a century ago to go out west and crow up with the country, lu that ilma n.nnu .linnima tiuva tnlinn rtliir I W.U1V ...I.,. VM"f,.' .... v....w.a "i here, and many of the lMtr old plitcei re main an they were. Of tbe places Unit remain theie Is the old spring where I bo oft quenched my thirst, and the uionk that run near the Iioubb and a llttfe fur ther down the fulls, two of thoin, the larger one, tlio wMer fulls iihout ton font and after a frethet I lined to think niuet certuiiily be (is liuye ns Nlnimrn, and then there is the deep gorge overgrown on either side by lurgu trees ami when one la down in there it is ulways durk and onol. A lit...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 October 1898

4. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIIB PKOPLK'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1808. NO. 6. VOL. 9. PLEA OF NOT GUILTY. Mrs. Georgro Arraigned for tho Mur der of Qoorgo D. Baxton. ESTERS A. PLEA OF KOT GUILTY, Tho Dvl'viica M ill I ihIitIhIio u l'rov on Alibi - lalm u .11 nil In Woman's ( lollilitu llld . Ilia Iood. Clinton, )., October 11. Anna 13. doorm', charged witli t lit murder of Cit'ore 1). Miixtnn, wan brought Into 1 native Ki'lifiior'H oourtrooin Monday to enter -her plea to the iiflldnvit charfrlnfr her with murder, l.onff be fore the hour set tint courtroom wan HI I led with men 4iml women, nil mix Iouh to see -Mrs. (lecrffe unci hear her ilea to the charge iijfiiimtt her. Mrs, lcot')(o wit clad n a plaid skirt of a frrny color ami u (rray shirt, waist nnil n jaunty hat trimmed In the MeaHon'H style. Hie looked uncon cerned. The eyes of everybody In the court iroam were npoiv her n ulie frnzed nboub the room. Proneeutlnir Att...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 October 1898

THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NETTI.ET0N A 00. Si 0. NKTTiJt'roK, Ed. nuTcniNsoN, KANSA& KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Chanute has a new mnntle and lump factory. , for a weolc at leant Rose of Ililo leas DMD queen, jack and the game. I E. A. Benjamin of Saltan hat painted twelve farm houses in tho lout two months. ! William Price, a colored milliliter at Tapoka, has married Anna Tate, a 15,- !year-old wlilto girl. There U loss lying1 In polltlos than there used to be, but ull tho poll-books still show heavy gains. ! Miss Miriam Iiigulls, daughter of John J. Ingalls, will miika her debut la Washington mieloty this winter, She Is a blondo, ! A thirsty Horton man stole a "saw- dust ham" used ub a sign in front of a butcher khopand pawned it for a drink of whisky, tho liquor dealer thinking it was tho real urtlcle. J. E. Meeker, a business man of Chanute, and a leading democrat of Neoslio county, accidentally hhot him self. Ho was tho fusion candidate for county commlkNloucr. Tlio uecident occurre...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 October 1898

ACCEPTS THE REAL ISSUE, DR, FALCONER'S TEMPTATIONS Stop all this talk about other issurs, The only issue in Coinage at the ratio of 16 to L Chicago Tim:H:rald, THE KANSAS CAMPAIGN. THE ISSUES AND THE CAND1 . DATES BEFORETHE PEOPLE. fevery DtiHrtnint of the 1'rcnont Ail min istration Hhowi Eoonomy anil (loot! MnntiKMiiciiti nnd the Aiiauraucut of Ko-alectlon Iiurome. , The fellows who aro criticizing Con gressman llotkin on tho ground that ho was an obstructionist In congress when war mutters were under consideration should be ashamed of themselves. Ho gave his own son to tho service, nnd as a result ho Is now so siclc that it is a question whether ho will live. No litis given his full shnro to carry on the war ven if ho litis uol seen (it to vota for bonds which would saddle a perpetual Uobt on not only his own children, but ihoto of tho entire country. In giving Ills bou to the service ho lins not been J' lone. Secretary Bush's boy was In he army. Chief Juntlco Doster, Audi tor Mor...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 October 1898

Tfoutcbfwon (5a3cttc. Entorad t tbe poatoffloe In Hutohlnaon, Kanaaa aa aooond olaaa matter. E.O. NETTLETON a CO. Proarlatora. f.UNS Of 4UMORIFTION, 1.00 pi Via C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie .Druggist Inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Auocluto Jimtlcr, H. It. ALLKN, Linn County, Governor, J, W. I.EEDY, Co Hoy Connly LlontonHnt Governor, A. M. JIAItVET, Shatt-neo Comity Beoretarjr of Stute, W. E. IIUHIf, Jowell County Trcaeurer, D. II. IIEM.EIIOA'Klt, i Miami County Attorney General L. C. 1IOYLE, llourbon Connly Auditor, W. II.MOKltlH, Clmrokoa County fluto Suporlntendiint, (Win hTliYKER, llartoa County CONOIlKSaiONAIj. Congrcaamiin.at-Lariie, J. . I10TKIN, Wilton County Congreaaman, Seventh Platrlot, JEI1KY SIMMON, of Brber County COUNTY TICKET. Clork Dlatrlct Conrt, KAT SMITH, of Hutchlnogn, County Attorney, WILLIS B. VINCENT, of Guy Towmhlp Probata .Tniltje, Fit ED TIIOHP, of liuven Townalilp Superintendent of School, M. A. DltAPEK.1 of Sylvia T...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 October 1898

JJIU. W. MAUCIIIB, BPICOIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, iNoso anJ Throut. OUHro Rplrntinrally Adjut'd. OfflM in M t oulo lomple, llatuhluiMm, KnutM. LOCAL AND VKHtONAL. X M. Nettleton of this office, Is tak ing In the exposition at Omaha. Frar.lt Col Is day says he lias sold over fifty Garland Ktoves already this fall. The Hutchinson & Southern rod has purchased some new pansenfter coaches . Rev. II. 8. It ;lgleof Htafford preached at the United Brethren church Sun day. The last trial of 13. Underwood In the district court cost the county $228.44. Frank Kerr who Is home on a fur lough, bus been visiting In Stafford for a woek. ' The Hutchinson High school has a new piano. The students did a part. The board of education did the rest. Tho band boys got third prize at the contest-. In Denver. The boys hove the satisfaction of knowing that they were the most petted. P. E. McUuIre, proprietor of the Racket store, returned from h trip to the East Sunday and has brought In u lot of ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 October 1898

Mrs McKlnles Brother Murdered at Canton, Ohio. SHOT DOWN BY MRS, GEORGE, Her Name nnd IIli Hd Been Unploai ntly Linked Ilor Divorced lluiband Had Sued nim (or Alienating Her At' feoiloni nud Ce Will Compro uiUed Canton, Ohio, Out, 8, Goorgu D, Saxton, a brother of Mi's. Wlllluin Mo Klnloy, was shot (lend at 0:10 o'clock last ovonlng' In front of the residence of Mi's. Evu II, Altliouno, widow of tlio Into Oeorgo AUhoutie, 310 Lincoln ave duo, wlicro ho Is prcsuiuod to have gone to multo a cull. Flvo shots wore flrcd, throe of which entoroil his body, nnd Mm, Anna C, Uuorgu hns been plncod under iirroNt on suspicion of tlio murder, huxton wiim unconscious wliun iiulfrhbot'H ar rived and begun luveHtltfiitlnjf tlio cuuho of tlio Nhootlnif. and was dead whon phvHlcluns and olllcor arrived, tlio physluluns hitvlnjf expressed tlio opinion that death wan iiiNtantunuouit, thrco bullets liuvlny entered vital pots, Mi'M, (icoi'i.'o In tho divorced wlfo of Sutiiplu (', (iiiorjfo, who formerly...

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