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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 November 1898

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIIE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMUKlt 3, 1893. VOL 0. NO. 9 THE LAST SHOT THE CLOSE OP TEE CAMPAIGN. A Few Vmtt Vtr Falr-iniudod lleadors lo Mudy aud I'oinlcr. lSniHirln,tiwli'iiit Striker has been mailing " f live eiwiviiMt of the en tire. Ktate ami ihn met wllli eneour ngUvg report everywhere. (Ill oc--tive efforts for the ae.lroot book legis lation, tllO JflW'l TtHllltH of which mow fully apparent to nil, lire Mng appreciated. TluliH-jfi hiivIiv mado toy thk Jaw ore not twlly et!nitet. The ainounit mm into Mi thoiiMiiidH of dollars. Ills entire attemitlon l given 'to matter which will In Mi jiidigmeint prove bem-flcl'iil to the ewtlonnl IntcreMs of 'the state. The public schools of Kawas eo'U more Hhflii any other Item of tavatlon and It In certainly vssrntla.1 t lint ercry iMIWe effort lie mndo to rramg ehool work o that tlila money will lie wisely and profitably jrpen':U".l. Tills 1 lil object ami ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 November 1898

General Wood Dolugod With Appli cations From Thorn. TWO FACTIONS SEEK CONTROL Majority of Hie luiurgenta Without Hiumr " About Mvlng Frinn lUnd to Mould, Wondering Wlint Will Hap pen Neil The Outlook Discouraging. Manzanim.o, Oct. 81. Tlio vlalt of General Leonard Wood, govornor of the military department of Santiago, ho been Instrumental la bringing all the clement oniony tho Cubans to tho front. No fewer than 3,000 lusurgouts, of whom 600 aro oillcors, wnnt ollloos, and tholr aluiuor amounts almost to a demaud. Thore are two leading factions, one hooded by Ooncral Jesus llubl and the other by Uoiiorul 111 oh. At present, most of tho ofllce are huld by repre sentative of tho Itabl faction, Includ ing the inityoriilty and tho custom boUHO Inspectorships. General Wood, la ordur to pacify tho Kin fac tion, ha (Won them tlx posi tions on tho rural polluo foroo and ban turned over to ono of their pooplo tho lighthouse at Capo Cruz, together with several oilier minor ap pointments, lint ...

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

BOV HERO'S BRAVB ACT. . lUeeeed Companion and loraied tm Tell Ills Htm. A 14-year-old unliuown plucky boy did a plucky thins the other day, though his act won ouly a passing bit of applauso from the icore or more ot onlookori. A lad of about the eame age, swimming In the river, oil Bt Auhla avouue, wai euddenly taken with crumpi. Guddenly bit compan ion! law blm throw up bl arme and Iltappear, One ot the ladi quickly warn toward the drowning boy, and as be came to the surfocs (or tbe Mo on d time aelited hlin hy the ahoulderi and turned to awlm toward the wharf. The awlft current of tbe rivr, how aver, bore him down it ream, and be oon aaw tbat be could not gain the ihore. Instead of dropping hie bur den, ai many would have done In bli place, be drifted with tbe current, boutlng all the time tor holp. Final ly, when off IUvard itroot, a boat put out from shore, and 'soon the young hero and tbe drowning boy, who bad become unconscious, were taken on board. After working over blm fpr ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 November 1898

TButcbJiwon (3a3ettc. Entered t tht pottofflu In HuKihlnaon, Kanaal M second olaai matter, 1.0. NETTLETON k CO, Proprldon. flans Of dviioRirnoH, 1.00 ran Yia LABED C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlio Druggist F jesorlptlons a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket Aeaoclato Justice, H, H. AUKS, Mlin County Governor, J. W. I.EEDY, Coffey Comity Weuicnint uovernor, A, M. IIAIIVET. Shawnee County Secretary of SUite, W. E. HUSH, Jewell County Treasurer, D. II. HEFrUIIOAKK, I Mliiinl I'unnly Attorney ucnerat L.C. IIOTLE, lliiurbnn County Auditor, W. It. MOItltlH, Cherokee County State Supcrlni cmlant. . Win kTKTKER, Hartoa County CONOIlKeeiONAL.. Conirrcainiiinat-Larg, J. D. IIOTKIN, Wllaon County Congressman, Hcventh Dlatrlot, JEHHT SIMMON, ol Barber County COUNTY TICKET. Clerk Dlttrlct Court, KAT HM1TII, ' of Hutcblnoan, Mumj Attorney, WILLIS E, VINCENT, of Clay Tow inn 1 1 rroiiiit. Judge, . KKED THOKP, of Haven Township (superintendent of .School", M. A. DIlAPnit, ' ot Sylvi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 November 1898

JR.J, W, MAGUlltK, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose nnJ Throat. flUsseeSclentlneallr Adjusted. Offlu In Ma unlo leiupli), UeUililnsoe, Kansas. LOCAL AND lERAOM Alt, L T. Bostiok of Partridge was In the lty Tuesday. It U said that Hutchinson bat a Jack the Hugger. Judue Ciije goes to Hunnewell and Caldwell to speak tbe last of the week Don't fall to attend the Breldentbal and Simpson meetings In tbls city on Saturday, November fitb. i.lllle Jones nf this city, has ftlod flultln the district court for divorce from her husband, Oscar Jones. A suit for divorce bas been entered iy W. If. l'bares of Grove township, from his wife, Laura 13. l'bares. Emmet Hutton of the American Steam Laundry has been spending a little time In Colorado rusticating. Jerry Simpson and John W. Brel dentlutl speak In Hutchinson Saturday, November 6tb.- Remember the date. George EiitnmiJ, of l'artrldge was In the city on business Tuesday and made " a pleasant call on tbe Gazkttk oilke. If you are In reach of theStr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 November 1898

THE GAZETTE, E. 0, NKTTLETON A CO. E. 0. NlTI'LtTOH, Ed. nuTcniNsoN, KANSAS KANSAS 1TICMB OF INTKIIKST. ' Western Kansas dim visited by a qow on tho night of Out 24. Than) is but one criminal cane on the MoPherson county court docket. Some mighty flno hogs are now be ing fattened for the markets a little later on. Part of the equipment of n Marys vllle cigar fuctory is a complete elec trio lighting plant. Tawnee Rock, which has boon with out .a newspaper for some years, will have a new one soon. There is an excellent deposit of fire clay at Thayer awaiting some one to come along und work it up. The shot gnu pulled from under a wagon scat muzzle first is now out' idasslnir the corn hurvestor when it comes to malting a bloody record. Ncodesha votod bonds to the amount of 915,000 for the purposo of putting in waterworks. Tho plant has just buon completed at a totul cost of 917,353.47. A Wichita girl who went to Chicago a year or so ago and married a printer lias lust learned that hIio ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 November 1898

i err The POLITICAL POINTEES. THE PROGRESS OF THE CAM PAIGN OVER THE STATE. Benubllcnn Camliditei FlBht Bhy ef JoUit Dlseuselone. Clmlrmmi Rlddlo KatlmnUi Thut Nothing but the 8ty at Home Vote can Cause Defeat. It l evident that tho republicans will not consent to joint discussion of the Issues of this campaign. They pre for to spe'ale where there Is no one to contradict the allegations that they o make nguinst the present slate admin istration and thereby make the people bolleve that they havo not been given the just and honest administration of affairs which was promised. Many ef forts have been mado by the populists ' , this year to arrange joint debates, but nothing has been accomplished along this' line; At Ilcrrington a standing challenge has been open for seveaal weeks for any republican to dlsscuss the Issues of tho day with some popu list at Hint point. The republicans have declined to accept. ( Last Satur day Attorney-General Bchnelliug is sued aV challenge addressed to J....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 3 November 1898

cLVJicLJOifxi i uU c!jU o&j iU A ootid rtLyfoo o J This ia very nearly an exact copy of the official ballot to be used in the coming election. In the country the township tickets will be added. SS 0 X I C E ! That W you should make yur cross t0 tno left of the names on the populist ticket, as you did under the old law, you would vote the republican ticket. Make your X to the RIGHT of the Populist ticket. REPUBLICAN PARTY, Eloi'tnra will rmiknH ti wwm - in i- k , t h u a X, In tho cqiiurK to tho rluht of 'do name of tlm em 'lli'atu (or wli in tlioy wUh ti ot . For AhhoiiIiiIu Jumltiu of Supreme LNnirl.l" I 1. SMITH. I WILLIAM R for ruIIUTttHMIIIItll III LUI'UO, I I W J. BAILEY. I I for (Jnvuinoi', W. E. STANLEY. rnr l.loutiin iiii-Oiivumor, I II H. E RlCUTEli. vrf.it I I I 1 For Heorct.iiy nf Biulu, GEORGE A. CLARK. Fr Auilitni'iir Hun., GEORGIA E COLE. For Mute Ti nmiiiT, I I FRANK E GRIMES. Fur A loriicyOoii'i'iil, A. A. GODARD. Fur Bisletfupl of 1'iiU It' Iiisii'iicliuii, PRAN...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 November 1898

IT- TT u v vF V r w w r-r' fti r i r pr TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PKOPLE'S PAUTT AND FARMERS' ALL1ANCK OF RENO COUNTY. hutohinson; Kansas, tuursdav. novembkr io, im. NO. 10. VOL. ELECTION. RETURNS, Boosovolt Carrion Now Yorlc By Thirty Thousand riurallty. CONGRESS SAID TO BE IN DOUBT. Ilriibllranaud Populist Ilmli luliu i, KttM.HS-lllllloKllOP llcpublleuu Indians lu llonbt-Now . Prom Olhcr Mulct.; AJ u Ira ma Solid Democratic eMe'tra tloa elected 'to congress, uencriil Jo eftph Wheeler uiKiiilutLMiHly eleeleil hi the Kiffhth district, 'not n vote bring cast, against, linn, oas cxee-eiiiuK,y llg-b-t in Jill district except Hit Fourth nnl Kwcntli. Arkansas SHewm Springs The election here was 111? tili' tint ever known, The Democrats took no in terest whatever and rcnuiluoti irwny if no in the polls. Hopper (Itep.), or ooiigTiMnian, has a nmjoi'liy In thlf clity over Dlnmnore (Dem.) of SO votes out of a total of 10. The lk' publican claim Jf tho same apathy prevaiilcd' nil over the dis...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 November 1898

THE GAZETTE B.O. KETTiLKTON & 00. . Q. Nktti.btoh, ICd. nuTcniNsoN, KANSAS Somo nilglaty fine prairie hny i lo Ing marketed In Kuiisus juntat pres ent Thousands ( tons vt buled hay U being shipped out -f Kunuim rury week. Just at the preiiout time everything It apparently on the boaun In the Suju flower stata. There is no getting around It, Win ter la here. It U noted by the Giylord Herald that the price of obi has been doubled A cattleman is authority fur the atutomcnt that not a drop of liquor it told iu Long Island; and cattleman oight to be oamddorcd good author! ty. New ond substantial residences are continually being erected In the Kan win towns, and thoro seems to be em ployment for everybody thnt wnut to work. Students at Midland collogo In Atch ison have mora than thulr share of grief. The faculty 1 against the prao tlco of playing foot bull on Thanks giving day. The furniture stores nro bearing down hard with thulr advertisements just now. This is the year that farm er...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 November 1898

v MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP. THE PROPOSITION PLAINLY AND LOGICALLY 8TATED. AU Work! of Public Nature Roqulrlnir Hpeolal Right! of Kmlnent Domain to Distribute Their rrodnotj Should be Owned end Operated by the People. It Is somotlmos objected to munici pal ownership tliut it is a foreign ltlou; and had to bo taught us by such cities as Glasgow and Bradford. To show that this is not so we repro duce ii n extract from the inaugural ad drpss of Joseph 11. Sargoant, who was mayor in New Ilavco In 1831: "J bellcvo thnt all worlcs of a public nature, carried on mainly within the bounds of a municipality, uml for the purpose of supplying the Inhabitants with certain dully requirements of civ ilized city life, and requiring special rights of eminent domain to dlstrlbnto .J ) .....1 l .1. , J 1. 1 1 moir produce, biiomu uo uwuuu ami operated by the people, and in the In terest of tho people, "The distribution of light by gas through pipes, or by electricity on wires, fur private- use is almost a p...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 November 1898

Tbutcbiiwon Gfacttc' Entered tt the poitoltloe In Ilulohlnoo, Kansas M itooud olias matter. I.O.NEIILBTOM 1 CO, Proprietor. flRMl Of dUHOmiWOM, HlYM C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tiio Druggist l'escrlptlons a 8peoilty. North Main Street Hutchinson BREIDENTHAL'8 BANK PLAN. For two or three years the Gazette lias continuously urged thut some plan tie adopted for securing the depositors of Insolvent banks. It Is sure to come sometime and will be one of the great st achievements of the nlntcentb century In the commercial and Indus trial world. The curse of the credit system Is Its Instability. It Is like an inverted pyramid. A little Jar will bring It down. Of course the secur ing of bank deposits would not en tirely take this element out of the credit system, because banking Is only one of the rnBny departments of com merce which is done upon credit. But it Is the one department where the danger Is most Imminent, it is the one whore Its connection with other departments In closest and most ex tensi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 November 1898

jyt.J. W, MAOUIItH, , BPflffllAUSI", .n Diseases of Kyf, Kar, iNoso auJ Throitt. " OUnxts HnlnnilflPAlly Adjusted. OfflM In Ma aula icmple, llaluliliisoa, Hunss. LOCAL AND rBHAOMAIi, Miss Malile Glbbs, who It teaching iear Arlington, soent Saturday with her parents lo this city, The members of Company E, left at at 7:40 for Leavenworth, via Missouri l'ttcltlo, Wednesday night. Mihs Annette Leolero litis been vis iting relatives In Rice county for three weeks. She returned Thursday. Mrs. A. J". Graves, who has been visiting near Castloton at brr Utter In-laws for a few days, returned Moo luy. Mrs. Dr. Hutchinson loft Sunday evening to attend the national W. C. T. U. convention at St. Paul, Mlnno sota. Mr. Howard Meyers, manager of the C Miller grocery, was sick the Inst of the week but Is able to be at business jtgutn. Ross Miller, son of 0. Miller the grocer, left Sunday for Chicago where he will accept a position In a publish Ing bouse. W. M. Voiel of South Reno, bought 2-10 head o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 November 1898

u. I Situation In Havana Is Not Improv ing Any. CRIME IS ON THE INCREASE, People r.n.lng faith and ConAdeaee la United State Frightful Mortality Lilt Amerlcun ComiuUnlou ltnt bf In ternal Dl.aoiialon., Havana, Nov, 7. The international ogreomont botwoon Spain's enforced loss of sovereignty In Cuba and the as sumption of full military control by the Uuitod States scorns Indefinitely prolonged, with no Immudlnto hope of rollof to a country which dully grown poorer and more depopulated. On all sides the question is nskod, how much nearer Is the final solution of the prob lem than It was on the day the proco ool was signed? Tho feeling anions 1,10 bottor olassos of liitulllffuufc and Influential Cubans may bo pretty accurately summed up in the following observations mado by a representative Cuban morchant of Ilaraua: "It scorns to mo and I think my vlows aro shared by many that the United States government Is dilly dallying too long with Spain over this evacuation question Of course tho...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 November 1898

' WhM k nin li rMlirnd to hU IfcL I lb resignation la usually accepted. i 1 What Cuba's Los Hhpi ta Ipsla. The loss of Cuba meant to Spain the loss of tlia vary sustenance or the nit' (Ion. In the sums way the lou of your appetite nutans starvation to your body. It any reuder of tbli notice wanti to fully enjoy hearty meals, we oan rec ommend Jlosletter's Htomauh llittora. It oures liullg'ostlou, dyspepsia and eon .tinauun. We rlle away on many fay enter prises only to walk hack, How's Thill ' We offer On nundred Dollars reward forsay esse of catarrh that oannot ue ouroa vj uau s Catarrh Uire. CO.. Toledo, ft 1 w tmitAi'Hlvni'il. hitve known F. J. Cheney for the Issl 16 years and believe him perfectly honorable In ell business transactions Sua niiunoiiiliy enie vo earry vui eu; utilisa tions mude by their Arm. . YV on 1 1 UBAi nuuirnmv i.r.i.siM. n. , O.l Wauling, Klnmin Uurvbj, Wbulosals Drnglls, Toledo, Ohio, ii.n .caiHii-h (hirn li taken Internally. Sot tas dlrmitly upon the bloo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 10 November 1898

"Farmer Correspondence. nouru nr. xo, Mlbs Helen Obee left Ut Thuridtiy fur Topeka to attend school. The auotlon tale of the church fnrnU ture In Boulu Hiitiihln.ou Friday evening wan well nttouilwd niid the bid log wii llve'y, and much more realized thun the committee expeotod. Mr. and Mra. John lleddinif relumed home Thnriubiy after viflldntf In the East for fonr month. Mr. l'ete llaiinlng, who hue beeu auf feilng for wvernl mon'h with drop5', died Krlduy m niiIng iibciit 7:00 o'clock. JMr. IltimilitK I'v.-a a wif nnd nix ()hlldrn to mourn He wns hurled at the While g'rav ynr.l near Elmer. Mr, .John II. Brown la now iiuiIiIhk her home with Mr. aud Mm. Obee. Alio SiegrU piuohnt-od of L. 1 Teem ley, rilno lieud of yomitf cuttle Biitmdn,' . Jiiooh MilU'r b'Mijiht 281 head of Kindt !iile lu Kantaa City lbt week, Mm. lid ward Uuthrie lina purchased of section threo la . . , ,0,'n This la known aho Llnro'n tow ehip. Ibis 18 Known auo , aa the I'ele wegun qimru-r. 'IliU townahlp wu won r...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 November 1898

U lUSWHOttl 0ullf fttTf W IT THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1803. NO. 11. VOL. 0. Irvan & Brown GREAT NOVEMBER SALE ! We can Save You Money If You Want .... ry Cloaks and Winery. IRVAN.&: BROWN LIVENGOOD'S GENERAL ' STOEE . Our fall and winter prices lower than ever. Good Inrgo cotton blankets, 45o pr Oood Inrgo white blankets, 50o pr Fiuowool blankets $2.00 pr Mens suits . Children's suits , Men's shoes Ladies' shoes $2.00 and up 50c nod up $1.00 und up 75c and up All Goods at Lowest Prices. G. W. & A. E. LIVENGOOD, No. 7, North Main Street, ..Hutchinson, Kansas. , u.' w uiwit'MWiswBiiiti m. unv"Vl ' GREAT ROOK ISLAND ROUTE. LOW BATRH ON 4VR PERSON ALL T CWMIIOOTBI TIUJIUST EXtUUHlONN. Southern route leaves Kansas City ev ery Wednesday via. Ft. Worth and El I'aso to Log Angeles. These excursion curs are attached to fast passenger train, and their popu larity is evidence that we of...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 November 1898

1 v t 8 They Have Elected Their Entire State Ticket by Good Majorities, JERRY SIMPSON IS DEFEATED, Klilgeljr U Hi Only 1'opulUt Congress limit Who I'ulU Through llg Jtepub- lltmn Majority In tin I.egUUture on Joint Iliilliit View of Clmlnuen, TorKKA, Kan., Nov. 10. Kansas was swept by tlio Republicans In Tuesday's elections. The ontiro Ro publican tk'Uot was elected by majori ties ranging from 10,000 to 13,000, and nil tho Republican congressmen wore olontod except Klrkputr'clc, la tbe W. E. STANLEY, third district, Tho Republican will oontrol tho next legislature. The first returns received Indloatod the election of tho fuslonlsts, Lccdy ran fur ahead In all tho olttos In tho eastern half of tho state, but the Pop ulists failed to (rot their voters to tho polls In tho country districts, Taylor Rlddlo, chairman of tho Pop ullBt committee, said at 3:15: "It Is not in tho cards any more to re-elect a state administration In Kan 03, If every man in Kansas bnd been given a farm as tho r...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 November 1898

Woman la a fair (ample of divine on trad lotions. A wrathful answer docim't always turn awuy soft people. Women of fashion aro Invariably i love with themselves, The easier a man Is to approach tin carder he Is to got away from. It always hurts a young ronn a little when some girl ha knows tells him shi Is engaged. Remember a man's prejudices when lie makes a predlotlon. Do not believe statements Unit othei .people are "working hard" for you. If you do not work hurd for yourself, no body else will. i A woman with a low, sweet volet always wears a low hat at the they tar. ' Every man bollovcs he i "picked at" more than he deserves. ' Men tuny phllosonhlzo butter than women, but the latter are moro suc cessful In reading the avorago human heart. I shall rocomtnand Plso's Cure for'Con sumption fnr ami wlilo, Mrs. MiiIHkhu, riuiutttiad, Kent, Euglaud, Nov. B, lota. Truth never doagoH, no mutter who throws mud at It. FITS !""i"neiitly(Jurl. HtntsornerTouanisaftr iru tiny n imn 111 nr. mi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 November 1898

Ifoutcblttoon Cfactte. UoUirwl t tka aoatnllloe In lluiolilnaon, Kansas as tuoimd olaaa mnilcir. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. flllMi oMuasuair-TioN, tl.SO yia TA C. . SIDLINQliR. Tlie Druggist f.-encrlptlons a Spuclult. North Mum Street Hutchinson Think of It, the old Hay ntiite elected two socialists to the lectin t'jre. It In esld thnt socialism bus quadrupled In atrenKtl) In MuhmhoIih aetts during the lust twn years. Billy MomiAN' is a candidate fur etate printer, the fattest job In the Rift of tl.e Suite. He should have it, liven then It won't pay for the wear und tour of the last campaign on hid conscience. Whbn A. A. Godiiaid Is sworn in as attorney general for Kansas, he will find a large amount i f litigation against tlio corporations which has been well commenced. Will he con tinue It as It nan been? We ahull see. Stanley's popularity in Sedgwick county, bis home, appears to have been a rather minus quantity, Ilia ma jority was 20 while Smith's majo.-lty 27, and Rlchter'...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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