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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 October 1898

Muoh of the talk In puMlu is at poor at the talk In pi-Irate, You don't baar good ifeeon once a year. The Coil of Freeing Cuba. Tbi United State are entitled to re tain pounsulon of the Phillipina IalumU If the peace commissioner so decide, fo the cost of the war rune far Into the million. To free the itomach, liver and bowels from dUvoue, how ever, ie not an expensive undcrtaklnfr. A few dollar iuveutod in Uost.etter Stomach Bitter's will accomplish the taak, Some doge are pointers and soma are dlaappolntors, TliO'i Cure for Conimmptlon hsi born a Qod tend to me. Win. J). McClsllan, Chester, Florida, Kept. 17, 1B05, It'a easier to rend about love In a cottage than it la to bring It about remit j la Blood Deep, Clem blood meant a cleun skin. No beauty without It. Cnscnrets, Cindy a thnrllo clcani your blood and keepi It clean, by (lining up the laiy liver and driving all Impurltloi from the body. Ho. (In to-day tobnlu tlniilo), boll, hlnloli es, blncklipiidn, and lliut ilioky biliou...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 October 1898

Farmers' Correspondence, If, J. Sponger retimietl liome Thurs day evening from a tlilrty dnya visit In tbe northwest. Mra. Kline bus sold her property in South Hutchinson to Mr. Tedrlck. Earnest ade Isvlsltltiff In Maryland the liowe of hie childhood duya, and will be abut) nt some time. J. C. Holloway lias sol 1 his l'uiker property In South lteno to Kev. Mr. Armstrong, a brother minister, ol Hutchinson. Ilobi'it Cnniilnlinm has retiirmfd homo from Tojtpku. John (ireeson wan klclied In the face lust Thursday imunlntf by it yoiinw lioisu and was pretty badly bruised up. Grandma Sli'iirUuriived h'""" !ut Saturday from a trip to Illinois. The kooiI rain Sunday nlwht will benolll the wheal wonderfully. Was. Kiirrou Ga.kttk: I told you In my last that I would write you ot sum things of IntM-cM, In Ripley and D' ca tur ommties, Indliimi, The surface of the land it for the most purl u letnl lint, butlitrsverKed by many smiill i-reslts uud branches along which iiro dt'cp hol lows, or we In...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 October 1898

VOL.9. SUIPIPLIDlinitTT TO . NO, 0. Hutchinson Gazette, OCTOBER 13. 1898. ' The Last Legislature, A legislature llko an admlnlstra tlon should be Indued by what It ac complishes and we ask the voters of Kansas to lndiro the Populist U'gls- laturo of 1N07, by thin rul. At the outlet we desire to Buy that noleglw lature In the hlHtory of Kansas ha ever piwsed ho many wIho and bene ficial measures since thondinlNslon of the state Into the Union and we cite tiie statute book of 1H1I7 In proof. Two I'lementH enter Into leglslo tlon, especially In Kansas man and money. For years money, as rep resented by great corporations, hit received the attention of our law makers to the exclusion of tho man, and tho Interest of humanity. The legislature of 1N07 reversed the order and nave some attention to tho In terest of the great common people, who ha ve by their labor, economy and enterprise made Kansas a great commonwealth. Tho Republican party from the time of ItH first sue cee has drifted more...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 October 1898

A Stock Yards Tho Stnte Laws remilatlnR Block yards having been resisted, we demand that the Statu of Kiinsus hIuiII provide iideqimte market ftieilltliss by purclmsliiK land and constructliiK necessary buildings, yardn and other convenience to furnish tho people an open public market and under mich rcgulatloux an will prevent a combination of buyers and commis sion men from controlling or regulating prices. Charges for such services to cover actual cost of op. oration and repairs only. Populist Platform. Q, What Is the stork yards liiw? A, It In ft law piused by tho luHt Leg islature defining a public modi yard nil regulating the yardugo and food Ing charges in the samo, (J, Who passed thlH law? A. The 1'opullst purty In the 1897 Leg islature Q. Are there any public stock yards In tho atato to which this law applloa? A. Yen, tho one at Kuiibiib City. y. What reduction did tho law make In yardago charge? A. It reduced tho charges for cattlo from 21) to 15 cents a bond, calves from 1...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 October 1898

"Hf THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 20, 1898. NO. 7. VOL. 9. ft V THE nVltNTIOATION COMMINNION, It Ytolto aud Iimpm H Ilia tumpi Ml fntliaoiivlDo, l'U. ' JnclowuvUk'. l-'la., October 19. The Will" JllVlWllllIlltr WWmlHl0 Hpt-llt Monday -aflrrirauti limpi'iiMno; tlio camps Jn I ho ilmiiii-iilliili' vli.-li.lty of JttckMHivllU', A lunivy rain wim full lnjr (lurliiu; u puiM of tlie Mur, but tlie t'UininUKluiioi (icrloi'iiifil their m-lf-npiiolnli'd tii'l of ifulnjr Miriiiiirli tho nwiip from mi' end to the other In u vt-ry nliiHinkliir imitiner. They lnd i-iirrlutfi-K from Hie depot Inline rtJii'tely 'after Ihe arrlwil of the triiln lit 112:30, iwi'il did net return until lifter nlu;litfiill. The 'oninilmlun ep- iirn.tt'il l.nto ilivlNloiiH or 'three mem. herd moll, 'lint the enrrlaen kepi, jmlt,v rlimely tout-tlii'i-, in Ihe iiinln. They were iwoi'tf.l from point to point. l),v (lencrnl A. K. Arnold, w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 October 1898

Assembly Will Moot at Santa Cruz and Elect Him, GOMEZ'S ELECTION PREDICTED Ooneral Garcia (or BeoroUrr of War American ConeMiloni la Cuba Quob tlnned by Local Newepipere Hiiaulih Laud lleglater. HamtiAoo dm Oinu, Oot. 17. The meeting of the Cuban assombly at Hanta Crus Is fixed for Outobor 20, but, owing to lack of transportation fiiolll tioA, the members of tho assombly will bo unable to arrive at Bantu Crux on time, and tho end of the month prob ably will have oomo boforo tho clootlon of a president and cabinet takos plaao. HI Cubano, a dully pupor of Santiago, predicts tho olootlon of tho following ticket: President Ocnoral Maximo Qomoz, VJoo prosldout Honor Burtolome MlMO. Koorotary of foreign affairs Dr. Do nilngo Mo n den Oapolo. Homo secretary Souor Bonjamln Qorra. Hoo.rolary of jnstloo Sonor Joso A. Lunusa, Secretary of war Qoucral Callxto (Jaroltt, Hoorotary of publlo Instnietlon So nor Enrlquo Varoun. Qonoral Callxto Garcia dostros to coutuadlet the stalomont mado by sov o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 October 1898

When death tare a man In the face and ha Uvea to tell the tle h rtend lota of time tolling It. Oar Tseatineiil of Spanish Captlras. Kever before In history waa there a taae where a defeated and captive en emy received auoh generous treatment aa we gnve the Hnanlanla. Kcjually MtonlMfitnir are the ourea brought about by lloHtottor'a Htomach Uittors. Never ho there been ao successful a niedlolne for stomach and Uvur dlsor dora like dyspepsia. Indigestion, 111 louaneaa and constipation. The bent way to aolve aome problem la to refuse to think or talk about them. I lap If It wsi only health, wa might let It cling. Cut It Is cough. One cold no sooner posses off before another comts. But It'i tho lime old cough all the time. And It's tbo same; old story, too. There Is first tns com, then tho cough, then pneu. monla or consumption with the Ioiir sickness, and lifo tremb ling In tho balance. loosens the grasp of yourcough. The congestion of tha throat and lungs Is removed; all In flammation...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 October 1898

Tftutcb'.noon (5a3cttc. L. Entr4 t tli poitofflce Id HutohlDson, Ihim at s.ooud olut mattr. 1.0, NETTLETON CO. Proprietor!. iiiiui or duiiimiiTioN, H.oo ru Via C. E. SIDLINGER, l'.'eoorlptlons a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Asioclata Justice, H. II, ALLEN, Linn County. Governor, J. W. I.KEDY, Coffey County Lleutcn:int Governor, A. M. HARVET. Shawnoo County Beorotary of Stute, W. E, MJHII, Jewell County Treamrer, D.H, HEFFLKRO'A'BH, I Miami County Attorney Gi'tioral I, C. HOYLE, iluurbon County Auditor, W. II. MORUIH, Chnrokoa County Stato Superlnlondiitit. : Win bTUTKEB, llnrtoa County CONQKKSSION'Ati. Convroariniui-at-Larga, J. I). 1IOTKIN, Wilson County Congressman, Hoventb Dlstrlot, JE1IKT SIMPSON, of Barber County COUNTY TICKET. Clerk District Court, FAT HMITII, of Hutchlnosn, County Attorney, WILLIS E. YINCENT, ot Clny Township Probuto JndKP, Fit EI) T1IOKP, of lluvon Township Superintendent of Schools, V. A. DRAPEH,! of Sylvia Township Represe...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 October 1898

JQIt.J, W. MAOUIltB, BPKCIAIjIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. GUmm Si lMitlflrally Adjualtid. Offlo In Ma uula Xomple, lletulilniHiu, Kuutus. LOCAL AND bT.IiAOB! At,. "VV. II. Coberly of Hayes township was ia town Monday. If you live Id the city nod have not registered you should do so at once, Mrs. Howard Myers startod Satur day fort two week's vlsltwltb her slater In 8f fford. ( One of the visiting Presbyterian min isters occupied the chapel pulpit at the Reformatory Sunday. It looks somewhat as though Hutch inson mlabt be Bhy a streetcar line. The cars have not been runhlng sluce Sunday. Norman Totten has received a dis cbarge from the army and has com menced a four months term of school at Iluntsvllle. Mr. J. M. Reel of Mr. Hope was In the city Monday closing up the estate of Samuel A. Adams for which he was administrator. Clarence Hawley, who wus sent to Porto Ulco In a hospital corps, re turned to Hutchinson Monday eve ning on a furlough. Claude Duval spoke In Cl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 October 1898

THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NHTTLKTON A Ca K. Q. Nitti.eton, Kd. nuTcniNBON, KANSAS, JSA ITEMS Or 1NTCBEIT. Clay Center, with a population of .1,483, has a totul school enrollment of It 1 suld that Uutlor county will average about half a orop of corn thli season, In Willis a homo talent club Is be' Ing organized to furnish amusement for the town this winter. A nan can start out with a gun and log In Kansas now without being com polled to resort to the "stubble duuk" lie. Ten car loais of Ilolsteln cnttlo wero recently shipped from Sunny Slope Ktock farm neur F.mporlu to tho City of Mexico, Jingo cemetery Is located in Miami county. Isn't tliut Just about the fun iilost namo you ever heard applied to n eemotery? The wheat fields in tho northern part of the state present a beautiful sight, ii nd the ground Is said to bo in the host of condition. An Insect which busies Itself In cut ting off tho limbs of trees has appeared in llutler county. It is un Industrious creature, and might accomplish c...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 October 1898

J SOUND MONEY, TH LONGER I HOLD IT THE MORE IT 0UY3. The Republican FIZZLE, STANLEY FIZZLE. PEOPLE WISH TO KNOW WHY YOU SHOULD DE ELECTED? Tt ruople are Buaploloua of Corpora tion Lawyer, Wily I'olllluluna und , Deceptive Office Heekera, and Fropoe to Btimd by Tliolr Krlends, Mr. Stanloy's Emporia speoch on fiat. Oct tut was a comploto frost, says the Emporia Times, attar several wcohs of advertising, patulous olroulatod, pledging men to como to the meeting, and every concelvublo device was used, though there In always a crowd ou the streets on Suturdhys, yet the piirAdo was a great flawlo, the meeting in the park abundonod and the llttlo opera houso not full and many left before the speaking was over. The Times con cludes: "The spoeoh to unbiased thinking men was as much of a disappointment as the crowd and parude was to the rlngBtors, There was an old colored gentleman on the stage and it was noticed by the crowd that he was the only man with whom Stnnlcy shook bauds Ho plead his ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 October 1898

IX0PLE8 PABTT PLAJFORH, Adopted Topk, KUHI) WcdBM day, Juus IS, 1808. ,W coiiimoml lite sUite tlinlultr tlou' for 1U patriotic uimI vigorous de tViis of Mie.rltfliU of hu iiifople and lis Efficient' wild eoononilonl conduct of att nffalrn, We commend the tu ition of Populist iiicmbi'i1 of tho lunt jlrtliitiire In ipnunliiHr that hove d Iiitmlreita of UioiiwwkI of dol Ium 'to 1ho pcoiilo of .KiinHfli, We also .commend tlie courne o( our scn Utor nnd rep war n In then In eunjrif" (or t'lieir opposition to Issiuince of in leresMiMirinjr 'IioihU iuiiI 'Uio en croiiclimu'iitH of corporate power upon itli rlKlitH of ilu pi'opli', uml their vltfllant (loMitlun to the Internals of itheir enlist 1 1 units. We ilrinaiiil Unit, the Inltlutlve nnd referendum lie riuluiilii'il In our slate constitution, uiul favor propoi'tlunul ri'jircHi'ii iMtiim. V fnvor the pulilie oivnerhlp of all iubllo utllillfH nnd ileum ml tho pirblro ownership nnd operation of till monopolies. The state Ihwn rPjjiiliill...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 October 1898

"V TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PKOPLE'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TH.(7llS.DAa OCTOBER 27, 1803. VOL. 0. NO. 8. STOCK YARDS CASE. Supreme (Joiut Decides In Favor of the Aosoolntlon. ANTI-TRUST LAW NOT VIOLATED, Tli AMoolatlon Nol Kuuntfrxl In Iutor- Hint (oimiH'iTe-(liumtloii ol'Le gallly of')lo)'roll Lul'ilu 111. Miulo Court.. WimlilnKton, October 25. Tlio in. prem court Momlny liiimlrd down a cUh'IkIoiv la tlii) oiiwi ii gul 11 Kt tliu Kan. aim City Uvh aionk fx'liu.njfM. Tba (fove 1'imnMi t irot'Ciilfil under 'the iwtl-lniH luw. The supreme court tiold's that tin) lumiclullim doc not come iiiul-r tliu mntl-triixt luw. Jim tlce Harlan, In a dlNwivflnfr opinion, declared Hint awn ooiiiliiiiiiilniis were duff or dyiMlleu'le which, If rvtend d to oil, siifrnr, lumber ii.ml other Hliiilch, would place 1lie com imvce of tlie country under the con. "trol of few rhiffH niiil f.vndlcate. 'Illie iino'liitliii Ik cihrrii'il nn nt he hfliiwi City mock ynri...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 October 1898

THE GAZETTE, K. 0. NETTLETON CO. K, 0. NKTTI.ETOH, Ed. nuTcniNsoN, KANSAS KANSAS ITKMS OF INTEREST During tlio storm Abilene got Into telegraphic coinmunluatlon with the tho east by way of Dalian, Texas. A Mcpherson county man who took a shotgun to town with him a few days go is ono loir shy now, Ho handled the gun carelessly. A Phillips county man hag a peach orchard in which, if ho ukcs proper care, he can gather puuclios that graw three to the pound. Residents of tho northern part of Kansas, from tho Missouri river clear out to tho statu lino aro doing the right thing by tho Omaha exposition Emll Arnor, a former Sallno county man, is now general manager of a cracker company down in tho City of Mexico, tho property of Mulno capl tallsts. This storm la a llttlo provlotis, and Is doing business In rather an italic sort of fashion, but a storm in Kansas this winter wont bring tho grlof that accompanied those thut cumo a couple of winters ago. There Is almost us much Joy in country pr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 October 1898

sea T1IK ASYLUM SCANDAL AHAT PROMPTED DR. WET MORES TAFIDV "EXP08E." :0r. Wat mora hail Kvery Aaavranea That II Would be Ounleil From llli ro Itlon and ii Your'i Hulury was tlia 1'rloa Fulil fur 111 "Hi'o," niiADQUAIITKIW r(ri.K8 PAIITT of Kansas. It lis. boon demonstrated during tlio past wuok Hint a big inlstuko wan marie In the appointment of tlm super iliiuimlunt of the TopoUii asylum. Dr. Wetuioro was aolotod by the board In the belief that ho wan wull Cited for tho pines. It was not longafter lio as imnud ohargo of the Inatltutlou until It became appuruut tlmt ho was too Bid for tho place. IIu was cross and peevish. Instead of bulng pleasant with nla employes and aiding in main taining harmonious rolatlon umoii(f tlioni, he took the most unwise and In uillulou stop, tundlntf to promote dis cord and dissension. The Board of Charities made up of men In tho prime of llfo, tolerated this embarrassing condition uioro out of ro pool for hlsai;e than for any other cauhos. Tho inuinbc...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 October 1898

IfoutcWnaon (Sa3ette. lEnUirtd at the fontoffloe In Hulohlnion, Kanai at lecond oUet matter. E.. NETTLETON k CO. Proprietor!. f.KMI Of (JUMORIPTIOW, 11.00 P. YlA C. E. SIDLINGKR, TiioIDr-aggist Inscriptions t Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Aitoolato Justice, H. II. ALLEN, I.limi'onnly, Governor, J, W. I.EEDV, Coffey Comity Llcttonsnt Governor, A. M. HARVET. Shawnee C'onuiy Secretary of State, W.E. HUSH, Jewell County Treuiurer, D. II. HEKFLEI)0'ivEIt, I Mluml County Attorney Gcnerol L, C. HOTLE, lloui'bon Connty Auditor, W. II. MOKKIH, Cherokee County -StHto SuperlntenduM. iWm hTHTKER, Burton County CONOUKSSIONAL, snKroimiin-nt'Lirge, J. I). I10TKIN, Wlliun County Congreifmin, Pcventh Dlttrlot, JEHKY SIMPSON, Of iUrbcT Coiiuty COUNTY TICKET. Clerk Dlttrlct Court, KAT .SMITH, of Hutclilnotn, County Attorney, WILLIS E. VINCENT, of Cluy Towiulilp Probate Jud'p, FRED TIIOUP, of lluvcn Township Superintendent of Scliool", M. A. DRAPER,' of Sylvia 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. — 27 October 1898

JJIt.J, W. MAOl'IHB, hU'KClAMST, .11 Diseases of Kyo, Kar, Noso ooJ Throat. OUaimaSolcmtini'ally AiHiwIkiI. Oltloo In M aoiilu 'Winnie, HkIuIiIiimm, Kmum. . LOCAL AMI PEKAONAL, llev. J. A. JlrlRht lillwd the pulpit at the reformatory chapel Sunday. Hlnlstnrs uttemllnic the Liitlwrun synod last week filled all the pulplti In the city lut Sunday. Mrs. I'oehler of the lion Ton', has returned from a live weeks visit In Nebraska and Wisconsin. II. Snyder of tills city, expects to have the job of rebuilding the mill at Stafford which was recently burned J. A. Milne, formerly maniiRor of thv Leader Dry (Joorts store of this city, Is now in budnsss In Arkansas City, lie was here Hunday. Jerry Simpson and John W. Hrel dentinal speak in Hutchinson Saturday November 6tb. Remember the date Don't fall to attend. Ollloial notice has been Riven that the furlough of Company E has been e xtended to November luih. All the boys will voto at home. A lamp wus upset In the back of King's furniture store ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 October 1898

F mm f'j'yyww WWW MB tl Do you get up with A heidicnep v It there a bid tusto In A your tnouihP 1 Tlien you havo a poor rV appetite and a weak dlRes- f lion. You are frequently ( dizzy, always feel dull ana f drowsy. You nave cold hands and feet. You Ret jf but little benefit from, your 3 food. You have no ambition t to work and the sharp pains f of neuralgia dart through k your body. J What Is the causa of all A this trouble? J Constipated bowels. '1 will give you prompt relief ana certain cure. Komp Your Blood uro. If you have neglected your ciso a long time, you had better tike mjcr's samparliu also. It will remove all impurities that have been accumulating In your blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves. WfHm Ihm Doctor. 'J'lior my bti .uitivililng .limit rour oho ymi U unt quli under (nil. Write tliailorlur fmtlyi lull hlin how T'iu urn niir.rlnii. Tim will proiniuly rfr'lve lb. bl medio) urtvlnn. A'ldron, Dr. J. U. Ayer, Low.ll, Mtu. A Natural Black is Produced by BiicHf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 October 1898

dr - Scrofula Impure Blood f 'Hill dlaeaae aBeoia nearly every one In a greater or leal degree, and unless It li HboJly eipolled from the eyatera It li liable t appear st any time In sorea, eruptions, fclp disease, or In loins other form. Hood's Aaraaparllla cures scrofula and tradlu ta til polsonoua gernis from the syatein. I flood's Sairsaparllla is Amerion't ureatest Menioine. lit tlx lor to. Heed' ""Hi onre oonntlpatlon, Mo. A RUN FOR HIS MONEY. Wandering WUIIa Wal M M UU Wer. A. man with an alert eye, bat not resed up to the nines bt didn't, la itruth, look ai it ha bad ridden In the tarnished cara (or long while walk ed Into a Tenth street cabinet buffet one afternoon laat week, says the Washington Post. A cabinet buffet la cot a place that Wandering WlUlea are much In the habit of frequenting. The barkeep looked at thla on with a somewhat dlstruetful eye, but he wait ed. "Jest gimme a nip o' yer beat," aid the man who lookod aa If he had i gotten Into town on a allde-door Pul...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 October 1898

TiSiJLJiiJLLJLl--: L.LiV!- Farmers'. Correspondence. BOVlH RENO, The attendauca nt Mil. Fair' last Thursday was very mull and tlif xpaeblntrjr and Implement told very law. The mule mid very well, lomt old mulei told at 9-10.00 ipun Hid the young odoi up to $14(1.00 a ipun. Carrol Mill left fur Indianapolis Muif day evening. Will Fair Mid Will Comment left for Omaha Monday to attend the closing day of tLe exposition. Tlie re baa been received at the sheep ration about 6,000 ibeep to feed this winter. Frod Malllck la cutting kafllr corn for J. A. Myera. Howsnl Bheeley Iihb purchase)! a new corn and oane harvester, Samuel Kemp sold to Dhu Welchon sixty bead of fat hogs last week, of bl own foedluK at 8I4. Herb Iliildwia sold to Geo. Kollowny 350 bushels of Dew corn last week. Tom Downi of Haven, it very low with typhoid fever. Tom was at out time a resident of tin township Tete Kpperaon ii able to got aroumt now without the aid of his erutoh'. A Mr. Lee, reprrsenttug a Wiohltn jewelry ...

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