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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 November 1898

J)1U. vr. HAODIUU. BPKOIAIJHT, .n Diseases of Eyo, liar, Noso onJ Throat. Ol.isaSclontlnValljr A.IJuntiM. OfUae In Mo iiilu luniplu, llnuililimou, Ksiiias, LOCAL AND I'KHAONAL, jvrm. 8. F. Hutton hits been sick. Dundy and Hull shipped two cars of calves to Iowa, Tuesday. Mr. Kielghblel of Nlnnescuh town elilp was la the city on business Tues day. J. D. Welner returned to this oity Monday to look after Ills business In terests for a short time. Mrs. Joseph Logue of A. WeBt ua , re ni ueii 1 1 oui a vwlt to relatives In the 4atjtci.i part ot the State Judge Ellis who has been a Reno county at,toruey until recently, was alecwdcouuty attorney otTratt county. J. a Winnie captured a potato thief in his store the other day. lit bad loaded biB pockets with nearly halt a pcclr. A. Hourue brought In Bye hundred lioad of Nevada cattle, cows, heifers Miid young steers the fore part ot the week. Mrs. Harry Ilolladuy, wife ot the leader of the band, died In this city Monday morning of brain troub...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 November 1898

THE GAZETTE, E. 0, NETTLETON A CO. K. 0. Kkti'LXTon, Ed. EUTcniNsoN, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS Or INTEREST. I Improvement are being made In Hook Island property at Uerlngton, 1 The wheat fields in southern Kansas took exceptionally fine for thli season bf the year. , Some grand Improvcmcnla are being made on many of the Kansas furms, I'rosperlty ia apparent on all aides. 1 Twenty-eight convicts were taken from Muskogee this week and will be landed In the. Kanwis penitentiary at Lansing, Thore Is no getting around it, Win Icr Is hero. It Is noted by the Gnylord Jleruld that the price of cobs has been doubled, The Klowas, Coiminchcs and Apaches nro holding a council to decide, whoth rr they wish tholr reservation opened to settlement or not, Brass bands in the southwest appear to have niudo more money out of the campaign thun those In any other see' tion of the state. The nownpupors in this stuto emi' tain fifty per cent more advertising than news. This is a great sign of prosperity for 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. — 17 November 1898

' e MY POOR WIFE. BY J. P. CHAPTER VIII.-(Contlnuod.) - - By dogrccs It bogan to ploimantly dawn upon mo tliut I was getting noma return for tlia grant sacrifice I bud certainly made In marrying nor, and tbe sense of Irritation at being dupod tbat had at first pursued me wore nway until I forgot Its vory existence, llolon made me comfortable, and her happy smiling face and gradually Im proving looks brought me a feeling nf self-approbation that I thoroughly en Joyed and that cortulnly smoothed my temper, no sorely tried during my flrut unfortunato love affair, I acceptod her attention, her cheerful dovotion oh my duo, now and then rewarding her with a kind word or a loving caress. "Clover child I" I romembor murmur ing ono day, wbon, erratically putting forth my hand, It alighted on the 'cigar case and the newspaper for wnlch I had boon wishing. "How do you always giions?" "Love tenches me, I suppose," she replied, with a rOBy smile. "You remembor I had a great quantity of that artl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 November 1898

Farmers' Corresponihnco. Nourit ir.so LmlieCtow lwimorlon bundled uml lixty-flvf bead or viitti for Dandy & Tb.ei..otini tbis tuwmhip ifcd off quietly bibt week huiI ihe iO iibliuiiim carried by a small majority, mid lit) it Bftld to tits credit of. im Voters, that there wn i.ot a ulinllfii" or it miil'laled ballot. J. A, (Stevenson !( to Pet Epper lon lour head ii f rattle lnt wei'k, It lit HuM Mc Uu'lti ia Iihi I'UI'oIikb. il Mia P"t WfKOM Iwm III Llliriilu town eliip aud hIII take pots, -iiiii In the Spring TheHoiilh lliiH'hniMin -clioul Ihiii- Cfciiglil in-- iii'iii me bi .vt'H i'K niu'K inoniliitt Mfj I i:uiihiilfrnbi iIiiiijiim do. e ,, , ... u ii There 0 UIO' I Hoi III 111 KIIIU'O"! i i u uii ... Ihh Hiiini.i inn Miiniii "ooiii i.ii j !llll bluoil Cbe)elin Iinlixn. on ilK-lr Wy Iron) Oinnli'i, NeliniKkii. A large ninnber il people e..t lo (,e .tie..,. Mr. Will HoiIhoo will reinvent till" towiiHbip lit Hie Dec inlier lerm ul court. , .. ,, W.ireiiifon.ieil.b..!(.MH,..0,NHf...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 November 1898

jut tu t buiunotu ioour TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' AXL1AN0E OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TIUJIlSDAy, NOVEMBER 24, 1893. NO. 12. mil, y. INDICTMENTS FOUND, Bonator Quay and OUiora Muot Answer Eorlouu Ohorgoo. THE ACCUSLD READY FOR TRIAL. Tlmy Aro Iihi-uiI Willi tlio Unlawful tiO til I'litl.li' Mullcy I'llllli. tn.ild o lie. Ititi li ol' tlio IiiiIii lini'iilt. 7'hllaileljihlu, l'u., November 21. Tlie gr.inj Jury Munda.v uchciiIiiI to til L ....... Cl.l'i I rill' ':IHIS Of IlllliCl- runt against 1'iilit'il Si a ti-H Scniitor '. 8, IJiia.v. IiIh Him, lildiuril It. Quay, ml Leu j.'imiii ,1, lln.vwmiil, cx-mate, ircauicr. 'l'lio lit 1 1 h cliuic tlu lie fcu,l,.uis with conspiracy wvtli Jolin fc. 'Hopkins, lnli' cashier of tlie I'm pie's hunk, for I lie unlawful Use of tint iniiux o die bank In the. purchase of hIm'I, anil conspiracy wuli Mop Mns In llii' hiImix' of Hiali' funds ijii shjidsit III tlie People's .hi nil, llop ltlllK) CiVlnUlllleil suiciile ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 November 1898

UDB CKJ SUICIDE His Bank, the First National of Emporia, Closed, BANKERS HAD LOOKED FOR IT, Bonn After the Comptroller Took Charge of tlio limitation tli I'rnldent Mliot Hlinaolf l "Hiinii Minn," III llr- ford Block Furin, " Ehi'iiiiia, Kim., Nov. 17. This morn Ing tlie comptroller of tho treasury or dered tl to First National liimlc of Em poria cIomhI, An hour lutor Charles S, Cross, tlio bank's president, Hliot unci Itlllcid himself lit "Sunny Mope," Ills stock fiirm near hero. To the niiijority of tlio people of tlio town tlio comptroller' card cm tlio door of tho bunk cumo ns a eomplcito wrprlso, but in financial circle both hero mill In tho state tho result bus been anticipated for six months, Tho statement published quarterly by the bunk has been growing very bail unci lust May the bank hud only nno-liulf per c.'iit of Its deposits inoro rush on hand tli.iu tho law requires. Since then e.:un ner and special ex muinors have been hi ami out of tho bank unci the statement publish...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 November 1898

'An enduring fume la ona etamped by tbo Judgment ol the future; of that future which dlapola Illusion and mauhcs Idols into dust. Little of what I criminal, llttlo of what li Idle can nduro even the first touch of the or deal; It seems as thojgh this purging power, following at the heels of man and trying Iris work, were a wltnesi and t harbinger upon earth rt the great and final account, J It's all right to pray for the things you want, but lt'i a good Idoa tt work lor the things you aatually neod, . At forty a mini doesn't think ho knows us muuli as bo thought ho know at twenty, but lie knows be knows more.- Btati or Ohio, citt or Touno, I I.IIOAH CUIIMTV, V " (I; FrnnU J. I ln'iiry iiiuUcm onih that na in tns senior Jiartiinr of tlio III in of V. 3. CliMiuy &Co,, loins tiiMliii'81) In the Cllyof Tnli-do, County ilia Btutuufori'Kitlil, nnil Unit "ultl linn will pay the. ium of ONUI liUMH(i;i) JJOI.LAKrt for null nil fvury cime. of Cutnrrh Unit cuniiotbi) ured by tlio uo of Hul...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 November 1898

Tfoutcblttoon Gfoctte. tvoUirad t ths poetoMoa In Hutchinson, Ktnutl m iwxiiid olass matter, 1. 0. NETTLETON CO. Proprlstors. faflMS 0MUSecnilTI0, 1.00 MYlA 5E33J C. E. SIDLINGKR, inscriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Tub tin plate "Infant" Is a big man now and able to organize a trust. 8Ute Journal. Onk of tbe greatest diccotirBge merits of the election Jiibt punt Is the defeat of Senator W. V. Atleu (or re-election In Nebraska. Tub cause of defeat In this cam- Dalai) may be slinmeroil down to tills Tbe people were reading war stories I nut end of studying economics. Tub Chicago Times Herald, the ffreatrepiibllcuu Journal, s.tvs pertln eutly, "what Ihsuo was settled by thin campaign?" It Is safe to ubK lhatnow tbat the election Is over. Tiiic powers that be have certainly decided to hold the Philippine, and It seems apparent that they are going to pay Spain $iO,OUu,000 for thuni. $20,000,000 to the dastards who blew up the Maine. Yes, remember the Maine. . A CEitTA...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 November 1898

.J. vr, MAUUlltH, BPWC1ALIBT, .n Diseases of Kyo, Uur, Noso onJ Throat. lliiacaa-tnntlnally Ailjnatnd. Offiot In Ml eonlo temple, llnuililnrou, Kuueae. LOUAL AMD PRRAOMAIi. The man who sung "Hot Time" list Mouday should be tried for his sanity. Monday whs coll enough to Keep sausages from spoiling, If Sunday wasn't. The city schools clime as usual Thursday and Friday this week for Tbanksirlvlug. Surah 0. Gndsby has Died hex petl vitlouln tha district court for divorce fin her IiihIihiiiI. Gforite H. Garish Wh undei stand there are 160 sin dents Bt tbe Nickerson Normal Colleat This Is a splendid beginning for a new Institution. Thieves stole quite a quantity of drjBoodn, shoes etc.. from the store of ChHilea Rum ford at Abbyvllle, one night last vrnk. . John Little, who was recently tried for whs tiilt on Marshal A.aln In police court disturbing the peace. Benedict, wai lust week for New York 's preparing for a snake exhibition. There is au abundance ol people In Kansas who don't huv...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 November 1898

THE GAZETTE, K. 0, NICTl'MITON 00. K. 0. NXTli.llTON, YA nUTCniNHON, KANSAS. KANSAS ITKMS OP INTKIlKST. State Superintendent Strykor In ojv jposed to begging In tho publlu school t Kansas for any purpnso, A number of oiiNtcr npeoplo iiro look 1ng over KaiiKus with a vlow of locat ing. A tnnp fiend worked tho good cltl ren of Heading out of two hundred dollar, Noyember 17th wn celebrated at Manhattan college ok flower day, und a biff tlmu they hud, Shawnee county this week Rendu a delegation of eight to swell the niiiu bur of lumntoslu tho Ntuto pculten tlary. Will llrrroth, the town lmndy man of Alma, run humllo n telegraph key, litep books, teach school, butcher or dig a well, and It Is suld that ho I all right at any of those tusk. A young niiiu ut Manhattan broke bin collar bone while playing football but did not tumble to the real extent of hi Injury for nine day, Ho only thought he had a lame shoulder. And now, candidate, hasten to the front with your Mworu statement of electio...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 November 1898

T7 Tt TT T7 CTTlrrj s" jrrirr r.r .--o . 4 M att . K pi u Alii ill Mi 'Mf' r WMiMdL JO I Our Tlmtikinrlvliiff. By Ilolea Chaffoe, Wd thought on thU Thanksglvlu' Day To eat our punkln pie With dear old mothor at the farm, As In tho days gona by. But grente Power than we had willed That mother shouldn't Btay, An' then we couldn't hear tho farm, When she bad. slipped away. So brothor John, he sent me word Ter visit him a spell, An' eat In stylo Thanksglvln' Day , Up at his big hotel. Well, scch a bill o' fare as that I never see afore, With all the things I ever eat, An' several dozen moro. I labored hard to do my part At talk an' etlnuetto: Though John was hardened to this world, Somotlmes his eyes wuz wet. I knew that though his purse could buy Tho costliest kind of dish. 'For mother's rare Thanksglvlu' treat He often felt a wlBh. An' when I left him for the night, I couldn't help but say, "It ain't tho food ner yit tho style That makes Thanksglvln' Day." TVCbildreo's 'TSBwr nans "Wb...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 November 1898

Farmers' Correspondence. rBKTTY riUIHIR, Well, leotlim is over, iinil wliat was uahnowu two weeks ago kuown to day. Theote Id Albion township itooil 7U people' pny 10 4'i ieniblio.ui. There were Ave ilemoci at and one pro hibition vote coot. . Prettv I'raliia is rapidly Inon-sslng In the, We cull now boast of two livery barns In town, Mr J. M. Biihli lias begun building u tine hoiibe, Jiifct "ili "I J.l'.O. Um ber's place. Mr, Win. Evans, wlmiiinveil ln-m from JilHltll, llH TOI'.'ml II lltr lll'iOllHIIll'l. b kimI In bi'ViiiM nil tin- wink "t. b' cnti do. Mr. Kvmi.h Ik u iiihH.t iiiiiI will suoci-ul wlirra nthi-ia have laiW-il. A jjcoocI imtuy of tlio finiiifiH here nn .,.. ll.ritnli HiiMrilillii rs alii 1 1 lint w I . toen very kind to tlirei-lieis "nil '' it- II U I vr IHIiMin n- tolar. Hhould unnw ami com wwnn- i act III imiv, nincli of the wheut would re main uuturesheil for this )riir A party of thllty from this uelhbor. hood, ull Germans, Blurted for I'm Iter, Bouib Dakota, on...

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

A TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIIK rKOPLB'8 PARTY AND FARMERS ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1,1808. NO. 13. nrn..i witiiatit rnniTini lUlllUUl LUlwlllUlV Spain Vlolda to Demands of the United States. AMERICAN DIPLOMACY TRIUMPHS, The Vuliud Stales Acquire Cuba, Porta Illto aud the llillliilu.-Bulu UeiurLnt lo Yield-I'eut-e I . . , Now Aured 1'aris, tNovenibcr 29. Spain hut ao-' matters suggested ' '"' AineriMii cepted (ho United Siuu-a' offer ol ultimatum week ago, mailers tub fliu.uotl.OOtl, uuU at Ji'int session of sidlary ami incidental to 'the prkuel' tho peace coiuiuImsIoim .Monday a'fter- paJ provisions which muni form soou canse-uwd without coiMi'ilon to part of the ponco trebly a finally relliKiumli Cuba ujhI to cede i'orto signed. These Include lm religious Jtleo, Uuum iu.nd 'the riiillpplue Isl-, freedom of the Carolina Wanda, aa luida. agreed to twelve year ago; the re- The document presenting this a- lease of political prisoners now held eeptum...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 December 1898

II All Demands Made by the American Commissioners Granted. NOT A MOMENT OF DELAY. The Member Met lu Joint Senlnn In rr! and Rpaln lininitillittely Yielded AH Itrriughl Written Accept on Willi Them Did It to Avulil Ws.r'4 Horror It Fuliii rnropo. PARI, Nov. 80, Tho Spanish and American peaoo commissioners met lu separata session early this morning, not adjourning until noun, It was generally accepted that tho Spaniards would reply lo tho American demands at tha joint session In tho afternoon. At 3 o'clock tlio commissioners met In Joint conference. Without tho de lay that '.va expected, the Npauish commissioners Iminedlaluly uocepto.1 tho American tonus, When tho nu'iiihun of tho two com missions were a.'iitod, Honor Mon tero Rlos, tho president of the Spanish commission gavu tho Spun 1h1 reply to Mr, Ferguson, tho Spanish Interpreter attached to tho United Htiiteti peace commission, Tho reply of tho Span InrdN was bo short that loss than ton minutes wero required to renter it Into E...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 December 1898

Our respect for old depends a great deal on whether it be applied to men and women or boarding home jioultry. Probably Job'i wife never thought ah could piny whist. Jt Is a funny thing that a woman can never cry standing up, ' Either a girl Is in love or also a man looks funny when he proposes. 'When people tuk their own time they generally taka other people's time, too. i Some women are jealous of an eoho because tt always guts the latit word. Confession of a Millionaire. A millionaire oonfussed the secret of Ms success In two words hard worU. lie put in the best part of his life gain ing dollars and losing hnulth, and now he was putting in the other half spend" log dollars to get It back. Noth ing equals Uostottrr's Stomach Itlttors for rcNtoring health. It gets at tho starting point the stomach and cures dyspepsia and Indigestion. Genius may bo swifter thnn persever ance, but the luttor wins in tho long run. nisei ' MM l2njMW,p,'yii' W.I ai'WWSTPWWWBiyf Many persons have their go...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 December 1898

' IDutcWnion dfocttc. t . Kutered at the ioalofloe In Hutchinson, Kansas M aeoond olaia matter. I.t.NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. fauns or doaeoairTtoit, . ! . Via C. E. SIDLINGKR, TiioDmggist 1' ascriptions Specialty. North Mitln Street lluiciiiuitui ricnnAi'S the trial of Senator Dona Ouav in a criminal court, which now seems (assured, will reveal Indications that lie might have been a pupil of Dots Tweed. ' Only 283 soldiers out of about 800 In the two battulllons of colored soldier at Santiago voted, according to Jim Lewis, Governor Leedy's private sec rotary. The rent were evidently luthn uldated by the otllcers. Sijiultankouhly aud at the same time, as Bumantlm Allen would eav. cume declarations from the Sultan of Turkey and the blj liivli private, mandarins and big niudluiue men of the republican put ty In Kanaas, that there are no reforms needed, and re formers need not apply. Tub time will soon be at hand when the legislature will assemble. It has teen presumed that M. Watson ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 December 1898

jyi.J, W, MA'UflUH, BiMcoiAnar, ,n Diseases of Bye,' Eur, Noso tinJ Tliront. fll.iasMSrliintlfli'alljr AdJuRltd. OfllM In. Ma uulu iumiilu, llatuulnauu, Kansas, LOCAL AND lEflAOH Alt, George Ganli of Wttlnut townsblp, wmi Id the city Tuesday. J. 8 May fall on the leu lust woek nd elslootttsd hit shoulder. At between tlie slush and (tie mow, fur our private tine we prefer neither. Very few cuttle nre telling now, Those who have thorn seem to hold them higher tlmn buyers want to pny do very few are being sold. Someone lull u team at tue Blue front livery barn en "election day and baa forgot to call for It. The men at the barn on't tell whose It la. The Thoa. Parker creamery la that no more. It lias been reorganized and will do business as the Parker Cream' ery Co. with a capital of $.10,000. E. L. dinger and son May, left Saturday for Hutchinson. They drove 200 head of cattle through and will bring ault back. Kiowa County Opin ion. Jack Burrell, who was nearly killed by fulling under ...

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

THE GAZETTE, A 0. NKTTMCTON CO, B. O. NsiTUiTOH, KiL nuTcniNsoN, KANSAS KANSAS ITKMH OF INTURICST. There are thirteen pnpan published in Osage county. About 8 IS 0,000 worth of ore 1 being Uken from tlio mines In Gulena every week. The board of education of Salina has declared njfuluMt football In tho publlo school. One township In Osburne county ban nearly tevon thousand acros In wheat this year. Tho coming legislature, It Is bo lieved will locate a third Insane any I n in In Kansas, The Rook Inland railroad company is making big improvement on their property at Ilcrlngton, Father Kskrlilgo, who Is In a position to know, says, there can hardly bo a shadow of a doubt that tho Cross letter Is genuine, Judgo Allen and his son, Oils Allen, liavo decided to form a law partner ship and will open olllecs In Topeka In tho spring, Claud Wales, n Hiirllngomo lad, Is carrying sixteen bird shot In his scalp bocttuso tho other fellow "didn't know it was loaded," Captain John L, Waller, of tho t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 December 1898

HE The Republican press may say what it will to the contrary, the fact remains that the Silver Sentiment is stronger than ever. Had it not been for this sentiment the Re publicans would have made a clean sweep November 8th on account of a successful war. Astute men in politics feel that a Silver cyclone will come within the next two years. The plutocrat, with his ill-gotten gains, may put on all the false bravery that he can but inwardly he knows that he is soon to be struck by the only kind of legislation (Free Silver) that can drive him from his position. New York Journal. POWERLESS AS IT IS. MONEY CONTROLS LEGISLA TION. PEOPLE HELPLESS. I'nUor our I'reiirnt Political Syntoiu, Wealth hut lleromo Qroator Thnn Humanity ami, by a I'roveriilon of law, Creaturo Uroater Tliau Creation. Tlio rauro ono considers the possibil ities cf tho referendum tho stronger becomes his conviction that this meas ure, in connection with Its logical ac companiments the Initiative impera tive mandate, and...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 December 1898

pets T?A.m? THK1 fATOf We havo donned our Holiday apparel, and Christmas suggestions fill our store. You will please yourself and us too If you'll just "look In on us." YOU will make the children happy and yourself, too, if you buy them some of the lovely toys we have loaded our counters with. Our special aim has been to get a large and complete line of all kinds of toys, and we will leave it to you if we haven't suc- ceeded. OUR METHOD Of doing btulneaa ta to aril rooda of our own. manufacture direct to th uli .mull nmrwln obova factory tort, Will ahip jrooiL to anyone, anywhere, t O. !., wllh prlvllrKt of rumination. We our biiiiuraa tu crijudi that we J rk B ff w.y'aetur, BuU c-" "Ta. mm TOP BUGGIES Uinta artu CAN, Wllfllo AND DOBS SAyB.... YOU MONBY ALL GOODS BRIGHT.. AND FRESH DIRECT FI10M FACTORY Writa For ClUloaue. 4141. wlikh Cillloru. I. mnuri.1 of tewing Muchlues H ofVrhlclni&IUrucw ID 1 ? EWINQ MACHINES 0 M"0 (" V of Bicycles 4 j i . I) of liuhy Carringi-a 4 aunV?0 A(...

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