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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 December 1898

JJIl.J, W. MAdUIItH. SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Noao anJ Thmnt. aiuMei Scientifically Adjnatiid. OUlM In Mi uulo loinple, liuujtilmou, Kant. LOCAL AND PEaaAOMAL. Hon. J. 4. DeUard of Turon, was in the city Tuesday pitying taxes. The board of county commissioners met Monday to canvas, the soldier vote. There were only three. The St John Truvt Co. now bun telegraph oennectlon with the West ern Union by t wire of their own. John KlDRkude of the olerk of the courts ofllce, wm laying- off a few days last week recovering from the tflmiU of traveling Uth artlat. The new Monarch mills are to be heated by steam and plumbers are now at work on it. The exhauH steam from the engine will be utilized. John II. Ukma, recently convicted ot breaking jail In this county, has issued notice that he will apply for a pardon, as bns also Frank Kepplng convicted of Rambling. The banks and the postofllce will close for the Christmas holiday on Monday, December 26. As Christmas comes on Sunday this...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 December 1898

SSBS THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NETTLKTOM A CO. B. O. NsT-rwro, Ed. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF IM'KIIEST. The "wheat fields are looking fine now and are said to bo improving evory week. The New Year bell tills year in Kansas will probably ring out the old legislature and ring In the new. Olllett has been seen again In Mcxl oo, bound for south America with a veiled womon hovering wraith-like In his vicinity. A grain of gold nearly as big as a pea was found in tho craw of a chick en killed by Frank Simon of Harvey county, a few days ago, It may develop In the Collins trial that an evil man's evidence Is trust- worthy, and that an evil woman's is notr In the eyes of tho mighty luw, Tho tin shops of the Rock Island road at Horton uurnud one night re cently.' It was so cold that the water froo between tho hose nozzlo and tho fire. While the peoplo all over tho state are staying awuhecven at night think' ing about tho Collins murder cane, ono of tho Jurors went to sleop in tho box last w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 December 1898

THE CHRIST-CHILD. III3 world baa whirled on la Hi way For nineteen hun dred years, Since Bethlehem's babo, who came In Love, Wept over us Ills tears.' Still swings above the golden star That on that night stood still -Above the humble village Inn, nr me juuueau ., m wise men seek the path today ','.! t'uo crowned Magi found ., mother heart of womanhood J11sikes that, Earth's holy ground. H singing angels hover now juov the manger, there. i ''bre God's light shone upon His ' ' brow, Tbe Prince of Peace so falrl The wondrous story, never old, Thrills on the wakened heart, Who led us to His Heavenly Fold, Who walked from men apart. Awn.be, today, In spirit strain, The song that never dies! Thai out that glittering star again, Tbe scales dropped from our eyes I For God's dear love Is' potent now As wuon His reign began; The chanting of the seraph band Shames restless heart of man. (tore, In our midst, the Heavenly Dovs Seeks an eternal rest; Descending from His throne above To hide with...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 December 1898

Farmer$ Correspondence. t TOEB !?. Burrah for Oovuruor Leedy nd the , atioidloarj term Of the legislature. Now lot our statsmen get together ud pass good railroad law, law taxing corporations, and any oilier needed leg islation, and not talk fifteen days, and do nothing, anil the psoplo will rise up In HKM' and call them blessed. John Haines bat been noting wy Btrangoly of late. Karly last Friday morning be win seen gi-iug west with a determined look, yet with a broud smile on bis foe, hi if he was determined to kit his father-lii-law, bin mother-in-law and Hll bis brothers- and slster-iu-hiw. Dou't know If he aocompllahed the fact but It's a 'boy, regulation size, and Mm. Ilalnea doing well, Beit Janes was married o Miss Lia ble Cmiger of Ilutclilnkon laat week. No curds, do cuke, mid we might have given a better wrlteup. Others con templatlng matrimony will please tulie notice. Mn. Crislep la no better. She ex. peels to go to Hutchinson for medical treatment this week There wus no...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 December 1898

w - . ' i . . g" It i v 4 -V . J A c TUM OFFICIAL 0RQA.N OF TUB PKOPLK'8 PARTY OP RENO jpOUNTY, VOh. 0. HUTCHINSON, K A NSAS, T U UKHDA V DECEMBER 20, 1803. NO. 17. vvv v' v av v srjxv v v ncavh v THE RAILROAD BILL: Its Main Features Ilavo Boon Agreed Upon. r IT IS A VERY SWEEPING MEASURE. Vitrei jiiulliiil' lln.uk.. Uu.rauleo Vuuil J-itrodureAMllt Introdutt.4 I'ro-J lllug for Couuiy Owucr of ' Teleuuoue., , nopeka. Kiwi., December 27, Th swinmittee of lawyers who bad lieon wnnkiiur "iv the preiw ration, of rull- moud bills reported 'to the Populist eimous Monday iilglit the rough ditt of mjixiii principal Motion ol the rail axid bill. Tlio I rut section creates a nurt ji( three member Ito bo clcotcd y 'the people, It 4h Ho be known a 4Jiw court of vlsl-nationi and it duties will 1o to pa upon complaints coin ing from the people whereto ore al , legcd oppression and discriminations by itihe railroads. Tho first election t to be lii 1!)00, unless th caucus d olden to order It to the ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 December 1898

THE GAZETTE, X. O. NETTLETON CO. b. a Nm-i.iTOK, ma. 'DDTCIIINSON, KANSAS. ANNAS ITl:MS VW 1M UlEfiT. There In always a lot at trouble In seleotlng Christmas present. Dick Dlue will practice law at Vlnl ta, Indian territory, but hie family will reside In Chetopa, Ks. A man from the Indian territory drove into Emporia the other doy with a wagon load of hickory nuts. Hunter are said to be having a big time Just now throughout the state at the present time. Small game abundant. Mrs. A 'lam Moses, a Klckapoo whose Indian name was Wnh-wos-mo-qua, died on the reservation near Ilorton the other day. DUhop Mlllspaugh, of the Episcopal ohurcb. took the stand In the Collins case and mado a defense for young John Collins. There Is little defensoof Miss Ilab cock anion? tho women of Kansas. No matter who she marries she will be cut by other women. An exchange say the only wonder about the fast mail up to date Is that a big freight train lms not coino up be hind It and sraauhed It A young lady I...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 December 1898

ihmOw w 1M1 n IN SPITE OF TIIE LAW. NEW TRUSTS AND COMBINES FORMINQ EVERY DAY. Competition It bo Looser The Life of Trade and all the big Concern) of tlie Country Have Coratiltled to Hill It and Hake rroflti Sure. In spllo of the fact that there Is a Jones oro being formed every day, and It hose now la existence tiavo nn nggro- ato capitalization of 8,702,780,000, if lie tendency toconoeutrate special in' jauBvnea inu wing mem iinucr mg domination of mouopllstlo corporations J t . . e . a tt i i 1 gamers lorce sioaauy. Almost every branch of the manufacturing business now has Its combination r trust, which controls both output and prices. Competition Is crushod out by the big aggregations of capital. The small manufacturer finds thut ho must cither Jolu the combination or go to the wall, and in many cases lie doos not even have a chance to join tlio combination. Within tho last six months articles of incorporation have been taken out by more than 100 companies of abnor mal capitaliz...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 December 1898

Dutcblnoon (Ba3ettc. Entered at tas eoaloffloo In HetonlDsnn, Kansas as eeooud olaea roattor. ' I. Q. NETTLETON t CO. Proprietor. mi or duasuaurioil, aiJM raaYaU C. E. SIDLINGER, Pjescriptlons Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson This apeclut session bss spoiled the relish of a cbristmas dinner for a lot of republican statesmen and corpor ation magnates. A statement has been repeatedly Issued to the effect that President Mo Klnley will recommend paying Agul' naldo's troops. This Is pretty early In the game to begin buying the good feeling of the Pblllpplnos. One thing the populists have taught Kansans Is that we do not live In aot ual need of Inaugural bulls, where a few of Topeka's four hundred mix their low nocked dresses and narrow tailed coats togother. This program was suspended when Lewelllng was Inaugurated, and even Stanley Is not to revive It. Biieidentiial.b bunk bill for secur ing deposits has been Introduce J Into both bouses of the legislature simul taneously and wil...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 December 1898

JK.J. W.MA.QUIUK, SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eyo, Ear, Noso anJ , Throat." , , ; Glair Ar.lantlflrallr Ailjuitnd. Offlo In Ml aoulo J em pie, llnUililurov, Kaiiaaa. LOCAL AMD PKSAOJJUL. Mlsa Lola Maxwell la visiting Mri. lUttj Scott, durlDg holidays. J, D. Welner wlio bai been bere 'UuriUK buo inob won una ucvu iu apoor health since be came bere W. T. Gwyn, blacksmith at the Re formatory, expeota to resign and re turn to bis trade In February. 'MIbs Myrt'e McVey, the young lady compositor In this office, la making a Christmas vacation visit In Garden City. Reno county populists will be glad to learn that M. Watson was selected secretary of the senate for this special session of the senate. Q. II. Benson formerly prominent In the farmers' alliance, we understand lias been quite 111 at bis borne in this Ity. He is now improving. Ry visiting tbe poultry show, and listening to tbe crowing and Cackling one gets a very good idea of bow the term "lien convention' originated. Ex-Cbaplaln Wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 December 1898

Exchange of Rags at Havana Jan uary 1 Arranged For, ALLTHE DETAILS PLANNED OUT Preparation llegun for ft Rapid Bpan- leh Emanation of Cub Spain' Flag to Coma Down foreef and lb lUn aad Stripes to Go Up. Havana, Doc. 83. -At ths' Joint mooting- of the United Slates and Spanish military commissioners yes terday the program was Anally agreed upon for the exchange of flags on Jan uary 1, at noon. Just before It o'clock tho Amorloan war vessels will Are a salute of twenty-one guns in honor of the Spanish flairs. 1'roinntly at 13 o'clock the Spanish flugs on the various publio buildings will be lowered ana liumediutoly thereafter the stars and stripes will be hoUtod over El Morro and tho publio buildings of the city, while Spaultih artilleryman of Cabanas fortress will salute the American flag with twontyone guns, Spanish war ships in the harbor participating in the salute. At the samo hour the Spanish troops, If any then remalu In the olty, will be parsdod In barracks and will render pro...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 December 1898

Ho ITlrI owr twenty can jive say good escnsw for falling In love. i Amstenr photography as financial "inTestment compares favorably with ' marrying a penniless girl for hor beauty. Clirlatt Skips, The Christian la, a ship. Th church with her services, workers, and minis ters, Is the dockyard,, where by tbe grace of God they are built. Ai toon at a man confesses that Jeiui Christ U the Hon of God and takes him to be the Lord of bis life he has been chris tened and Is ready for tbe launching. Rev. J. Shane Nlcholls. Life to a woman Is a serins of sur prises; to a man a series of shocks. A Silly Fallow. "He Is the silliest boy you ever heard tf. He writes me twice a day." "How absolutely foolish, Nell. What does k. An th rail of the dnvt" "Ha says 4Uv i . w ar . r be spends It In reading the letters I write him." Harper's Uszar. Journallitlo Amenities, fftup muri. tit a rnnlMtnnnrnrv " ttie w. v -------- . i . . il. ill- n H.aurreui ihiuo ui mo jazuvuig uhzuuw jays, "claims, as far as ...

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

Farmers' Correspondence. feOVTaa NENO. JLee Elslmlnger anil Ml Itortha Brla- lie werjntarrled last Thursday even at the bom of the bride's parents South Reno, by Kev. KIrkpatriok. Partridge. Mr. ElBirolrjjjer la an oetlma Lie young farmer of Bait Creek, and b brida an accouiDllelied young lady South Reno. Yourcorreipoudent wishes tbem a happy Journey through lire, Miss Helen Oboe la borne from col lege during vacation. Lice Ruyl, wife and mother, went to Klniftniin Saturday to spend Christinas Lnrce crowds attended the literary ftt No. 05, Mr. and Mrs, Homhberger at tended Inst Friday evening and also Run UeiBbtTKor and wife of ut'iir IJoulli, Alius IluUie Walker of Lincoln is upending Clirihtimis with Ella Ilolloway of Hutoliliifion. Miss Kate MoMurry is vlultlug MIbd At'a Uiuvkinf. The attendance at the Cbriutinua tree in South Hutchinson Siiliuduy evening was good. The program was good und well carried nut. Hie mayor made a nice little talk Id welcoming tho crowd and everything w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 January 1899

1 1 44 . , '.. .,.'1 ' i.y.n ' ' a tho tb' 0H lpro, re tt t to ttgi' euro' THK OFFICIAL ORGAN OP TUB PKOPLB'8 PARTY OF RKNO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 5, 18WT NO. 18. i KAnSAS LAWMAKERS fchey aro Working Like Boavera on New Laws. T.DI WILL SIGN RAIIMD BILL. I .iolluu l'ullra Law Kopoaied ( ' Coiiiimili-( to be Subject ''iff''.,; ' Ke(julullou-luiir I'1 sues Premium Ted. a, Kuiv., January 3. Governor bus not yet signed the railroad t lie told a rimes correspond- !' ', .vouIU put his lnature on It. "I wul sign' the bill," ithe governor old. "It did not roach iny of fc u'li'Mt lnt 'Monday u-fter- 'i. end I etu wnlt'lmr to ao over the bl.. carefully, 1(0 make eerta'ln itlmt it caine 'to me just a vt passed the yen. .8 ena House. The Metropolitan notice law hn Veen repealed. Tlmt statute, which ..rived Kenan City, Kansas, Leav onth, Atchison, Topckn. WlcliHa i I Fort Sott of liho rljrht of home . was eiwi-eU-il lin yea re ugo ns a H of enforcing the prohibitory It took...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 January 1899

1 Stars and Stripes Replaced the Rod and Yellow Spanish Ensign. BRIEF, IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY Amid the Strains of Mmlo anil Riwr of Cmnnoa Spain Surrenders Her Sov ereignty Over Oulia to Kepre tatlves ol the United States Government Caban OenentU Proliant Havana, Jan. 2. Tlio sovereignty of Cuba passod from Spain to tlio Unlt nil Stutos at noon yesterday. The form o( tlio transfer was simple, consisting of ouly ud oxohango of speeches In tho saloon of tho palace, the hauling down of the Spanish flag and tho raining in ltd stead of tlio flag of the United States on tho flagstull' ou the palace roof. Salutes wuro lirod from tho hoavy guns of the forts and tho warships before and after tho change of flugs. Tho raising of the stars and strlpos was grouted with ohoers by the people who covered the roofs of the buildings around the palaco and plazu. No crowd was porraltted to (father In tho stroets In tho vicinity of the palace to witness tho epoch-making funotlon. At 0 o'clock a guard com p...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 January 1899

Iay after tomorrow weans boavea tor hell to lot of us. Anything in Impossible when lors or anonoy won't got It. Don't cuff a child on the oar. Tho rUt U tho bent place. florae people' prospects are so flue tliat it lu almost InipoMilblo to find them. May Ilrlnf Leproay to Thli Country. Ouraoldltirs In HawuM may oontraot leprosy and bring1 It to this oountry. While leprosy la to ha dreaded, there are a thoiiaand ttmca aa many victims to atoruooh disorders, but tliore la a cure In tlostottur'a Btoinaoh Hit tor. Other ailments that the Hitter are a poulflo for nro malaria,' furor and ague. Sold at all drug1 stores. Elflh folki die of heart failure while poor folha dto of heart failure. Read tht Adrertl.emente. j Tou will enjoy this publication much hotter If you will got In the habit of reading the advortlaumcntsi they will afford a moat Interesting atudy and eome excellent bargains. Ouradvor Users aro reliable, and aend what thoy advertise. Dud ed cu cigarettes to ashes and cigarettes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 January 1899

TfoutcMuoon (Rwtte. lut.rsd at tk postofloe In llutuhlnson, Kansas as second olaas niattor. I.Q.HETTLETON CO. Proprietor. IlHMI Of dUlSOBIITIUM, 1.00 rssTs C. . BIDLINGER, Tlio Druggist Jjesorlptlons Specialty. JTorth Main Street Hutchinson From Newspaper reports it seems rlilent that some republicans la the legislature are disposed to Tote for the bunking bill and the majority are res pecting the party lasb to whip them In. The favorite method the caucus la to be resorted. If the republican lead rs were aagnolous they would vote for It and then attempt to deprive the pop lists of the credit for (he law. Tub peculiar and distinguishing fea lore of the new railroad law Is that It ereuti'S another court of record and abolishes the board of railroad cominis iloners. Since the United States Su preme Court hus declared that noleg toluture can declare upon the reasona bleness of rates and schedules ami that this Is a judicial function, It Is concluded that a court Is the proper thing to e...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 January 1899

jQHJ. W. MAOUIHI, BPH1C1AI..I8T, .n Disease ot Eye, Ear, Noso oJ ' ' ; Timmt. auuMtoiMitini'kiir Aitjuntfi. omu in eonlo Temple, HoUibltnoe, Kamae. MrOAIt AND PEMAOaUI.. The Btate Exchange Bunk it now temporarily located In the room north Young's shoe store. A reissue and Increase of pension from 10.00 to 112.00 per month bat been granted in the name of J. W. Kanaka deeeaaed of this city. John Stratum and Taylor Wblteluw . have purchased the stock of the Hutch inson OIar Co. and will open clgnr tore In the Midland block. The city council has concluded to economize and us usual with such bodies has commenced on the street foree. This leaves some of tlie men without work In the middle of cold weather. Mr. F. P. Manulre one of the pro gressive swine breeders of lit no county Is on the program for a discussion at the meeting of the Slate Swine Breed ers Association to be held In Topeka January 0th, 10th and Utb. Hou. J. U. Brown from Greeloy county who was lieutenant of com puny E Twent...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 January 1899

KDUWIIUMIIIWIUI THE GAZETTE, B. Q. NICTTTETON A CO. EL 0. NlTTLKTOtf. Ell nuTcniNaoN, KA.V8A& KANSAS 1TEAII) Ot miCMCST. A two days' Cathollo fair at Clay Center netted 1.100. Cigarette smoking Is prohibited In the poitofflco building at Belolt. A Kansas barber is advertising bnths at seven for a dollar as a matter of In troducing' them. Wellsvllle Baptists mined fj350 at the recent dedication of their church and kre out of debt, The Kansas papers had a bettor run Df Christmas onvortlslng this year than ever before. Wichita is having trouble with its electrio light company and inny find Itself in darkness. The farmers of Barton county esti mate that they rained 3,589,500 bushels of wheat this year. What Kansas needs more than any tnlng else is Intermarriage with a race with loss hysteria. It Is difficult in the whole state to find a single woman who believes that John Collins was guilty. Most of the corn cribs In Kansas uro filled to their fullest capacity at tlio pifsent time. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 January 1899

DICK RODNEY; 13 Y JAMES ttttf Ctf(t(FltCtttf f (f tftM (( l(t(((tCt CHAPTER I. The Eton Buy. In the rotation of the following ad ventures I do not moan to illuiitrato the principle maintained by somo writers that, by an Inovltablo course of evonts In Ufa, that becomes fate which at first was moroly choice; but rathur to show how, by a remarkable com bination of circumstances (to a great extent beyond my own control), I was Involved In a series of perils and per egrinations, such as rarely full to tho lot evon of those who have the most restlOBs of depositions, That my tompornmont was, and lb Htlll, something of this naturo, I must confoss; and the rending of my lolsiiro hours boolis of wild advonturo by field and flood (I have dovoured thorn ull from the volumes of dear old Daniel Defoe, to those of tho Railway Li brary) filled my mind with vnguo longings and airy fancies for greater achlovomcnts than our periodical re gatta or the ranks of our Eton Rifle Volunteer Corps were likely...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 January 1899

IVCY SOAP PAST" In fifteen minutes, with only a cake 01 :::y Soap and water, you can make a better cleansing paste than yi i can buy. Ivory Soup Taste will take spots from closing; and will clean carpjts, rus, kid gloves, slippers, patent, enamel, russet leather and canvas shoes, leather belts, painted wood-work and furniture. The special value of Ivory Soap In this form arises from the fact that it can be used with a clamp sponge or cloth to cleanse many articles that cannot be washed because they will not stand the free applica tion of water. DIRECTIONS rOR MAKINfl, To one pin! of bollln water add on and ona-hulf ouncM (nn-,iml-r of (he mii.iII sirs cuke) of Ivnry Simp cut Inlo ahavlnjre, boll five mlnutei after Hit soap ll tlnrmichlv dlainiviM. Komove (rum tho fin and cool In convenient dishes (not tin), ll will keep well In .lit air. ll.. 1.1 if! I.V l. P. ' CwrlM,leM,trllPrMUttnaU0.,l Farmers' Correspondence. SOU Ha HEX 0. Mr. ami Mrs. L. It. Child mo their New Year dinner with...

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