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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 January 1899

J) J. W. jUGUIHll, BPjr.OXAL.Xr3T, .n DIboosos of Eye, Knr, Nose anJ Throat. Olaftiee Scientifically Adjusted Offloe In Ml Innlo Jompls, UuUititnsou, stausw. IjCOAL AND PBMOMAIi. Traveling people will notice by ex amining tbe Santa Fe time card tbat a alelght changohas been made. Last 8aturday wae ao unlucky day in tbia offloe. BotU the proprietor! got fingers . mashed while moving a Job press. The next attraction In the Hutchln on Leoture Courio will be"lllpVan Winkle'' a single ImpeHonatlon In the fore part of Februarr. In tbe district court Thursday eve ning of last week, Alice Ilaynes ae urert a divorce from hor husband J. A. Ilaynes, and was given the custody of tbe child. Judge Simpson lust Thursday eve ning granted a divorce to W. II. l'harea from Laura 13. 1'bares of Grove townBhlp and custody of two mlnoi children. . .News cornea from Partridge that ueveral horses of that locality aro dy ing will) blind staggers, some think It la caused by running In the stalks. Arllugton E...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 January 1899

THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NBTTLETON CO, E. 0. NITTI.ITON. Kit auTcniNaoN, KANSAS. BAMBAS ITEMS OF INTKRKSTh Coffeyvllle lias Just put 1500 more Into additional efficiency (or Its volun teer fire department. The Santa Fe hail twolve freight o.rews running out of Emporia at this time last year. Now it has nineteen. Leavenworth lias a worry. Some body in a sheet and a false face lion told Leavenworth that it may lose its military post, The total net reduction of real os fate mortgage Indebtedness in Elk county for 1808 came very clone to the hundred thousand dollar murk. Wichita Is having a dream about ox tending the St LouIh, Kansas & South cm railroad into the Osoge country and making the Osago country buy till its supplies at Wichita. Westmoreland expeots work to be rommonccd within two wooks on the railroad which will give it connection with the outside world. The town (.hip bond election carried four to one in favor of the road. Speaking of push and progress, a 11 or ton Chinaman wil...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 January 1899

This is the man,.cr in which the party will drop the Silver THE LAW A FAILURE Interstate commerce offi cial8 powerless. Whll the CemmlMlonera da not sny so In to Many Wordi, yet Tliey Admit Tint Government Ownenlilp U tlie Only Solution. ' Tlio Interstate Commerce com mis lion in 1U annual report says: Iu previous report to congress atten tion has been called to the vital re pects in which the aot has proved de fectlve and inadequate Some o( its provisions wore early soon to to be Im perfect, while others were so uncertain or ambiguous as to glvo rise to pro traded litigation, resulting finally in authoritative, by the, supremo court of the United States. The commission has taken much pnlns to explain the various questions that have thus been decided and tho effects of these adju dications in defeating tho purpose of the act. To Btato. that the law in its present condition cannot be enforced Is only, to repeat what has already bocu said. Until further and important legislation is en...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 January 1899

There is enough wear and tear, on the soldier without the discomforts that come from having to use a strong laundry soap. Common brown soaps, when constantly used for washing the person, are extremely irritating. Ivory Soap is the ideal soap for the soldier, suitable for all purposes, for .the kitchen utensils, for washing clothes, and for the bath. Ivnrv SoaD Is not easilv lost, for it floats. - j " Farmers' Correspondence. TIUIMft. K. G, Kicliiiiilaiiiiil fniiilly of Enter prise, formerly K'K'k llniid a(i'iit, In vis iting ivlutlvi'n mill frlfiiilH iu Turou this week. M. Knrus of tho SoldiwV Hum t Tort DihIki', i veiling h few dnyB with lii hou Will K.v. Hiiiii'iui mill family of BUiTorcl, In vinillnn in Turnii this week. VV. 11. H-iim, muiiiiKBr of tlm Turon Pross, wiiii viuitiiitf wlili filo-.ilB in tsluf- tuiu wiouii'i'i hi" Prof, 0. r. IWs, pilni'lpiil f " Boliool, iiiiiiIh ii llyliiK trip to TopeU f'rl dap iiitflit, ri'inniiiiB Monday monilni?. L. K. Own of Oslmrwi nimity, wh...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 February 1899

lite 0J(' TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TII18 PEOPLE'S PARTY 01 RJCNO COUNTY. nUT0HINS0N KANSAS, Til QUSDAV, FEBRUARY 2, 1899. VOL. 0. NO. 22 KANSAS LEGISLATURE. IN GEN. EAQAN'3 BEHALF, xc rr jay Arr Ay in msm Sine Missionary Societies Units it) a Protest Against the Seating I of Polygamiat Roberts. tO MAP OUT SUNDAY SCHOOL LESS011S. reparation, Heln Maria In Atlanta, On., for tha Nlntb Trlannlal anortar Itnhoul Convattlon Vabllnbara Waul rra ( Fapar from CaoKlu-Steam Laundrla In Chicago la Trait New York, Jan. 81. Nine (Treat mis tlonary organizations, representing the Baptist, Congregational, EpUoopsl, Methodist, Presbyterian and Reformed oh a rob of this country, have united in protest against the seating of U. II. Roberta as representative la congress from Utah. They declare that If his loctlon should be held to be legally Tulld he should bo expelled. The or ganizations whose names are signed to a memorlnl which will be sent to the next congress are the American Missionary ooiety, the C...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 February 1899

THE GAZETTE, B.O, NETTLKTON A CO, E.O. NTTLTOK. Kit 1 nuxcniNHON, KANSAS . KANSAS 1TKMI OF INTKRK8T. Kama termors are preparing (or prlng work. Ad attempt Is belug niado to revive the roller skating fad ia Iola. . Wichita' Is at.111 having tho grip; also tgoa, knocks and passwords. Topeka liaa pass koya, Some of tlie national banka of Kan- ea have reduced their Interest ruto to night per cent. It la getting tlrao to look ovor the plow and got tho IinrneM repaired. Spring work la not far off. Tola's natural ga field broke Into a recent number of tho SelcntUlo Amer ican for three or four sticks. It la ml J thnt farmers of northwest Kanaat have not yet marketed inoro than half of thotr 18US yluld of wheat, The O.ark coal eompnny, nt l'ltts burg, will sink two more shafts Immtv illatoly and erect 7.1 hoiifica for the uno of employes, A Kansus justlco of tho pence an iiouncoa IiIh willingness to perform the marrlngo ceremony fruo for every man who wilt appear with a girl and a 11' rente....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 February 1899

'1 ri i r .1 I 'is... Whatever comes of the of the McKinley administration England in the far east London Times. SOME ALTGELD VIEWS. GREAT DANOER EROM THE JU DICIARY. Allf ld, Though a Democrat, lies Vlewt Mure lUdlonl Tlin tit Average I'op nllst and It FurlH In Kip-etalng- Them on nil Oociuloni. There was a great tlmo in Omaha when the democrats celebrated Jack gun day. There were many prominent speakers, some with national reputa tion, but most prominent of them all was ex-Governor Altgold of Illnols, If there is any differeuco between the principles he advocates and those of , populists It Is la tho dlroctlon of being more radical than tho wlld-eycd pop. The following Is an extract from his speech: Tlio American Anglo-Saxon raco lias shed its blood to maintain those bul warks of liberty, and our constitution guarantees thorn to every citizen. But they have already boon stabbed In the vitals. For several years we have behold tho spectacle of somo su premo court and other federal j...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 February 1899

Ifoutcblnoon Odette. Entered at the eoatoffloe In HoUihlneou, Iwu M m ootid olaas router. I.a.NETTLETOM s CO. rVoerleters. (Mt Of duieesiwiM, 11.00 ri Yba C. E. SIDLINGKR, TlioDriiggiot feaorlptloni Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Tin Mulvanea nave not jet done anything toward an adjustment of wagM of tbe lt workers. The other aalt men ate Lilt waiting. Moke than two hundred munlolpal Hies In England, Scottland and Ire' land now own the munlolpal gas works, Hutchinson News. (This Is no lie, It ts tald any fool knows more than to buy a lawsuit, but It seems this administration pays 120,000,000 for a sump. If you don't believe It read trie treaty. The Chicago News sys: ''In the opinion of scientists those large Im pressions of a monster's feet found In Kansas were made by an Octopus heading for the hiKu timber to escape the legislature." A I'kkhs dispatch a few days ago de dared that during tbe recent rise In tocks on Wall Street, John Wana- maker had cleared 130,000,000 In a ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 February 1899

.n DUoaues of Eye, Ear, None anJ Tlirout, Obtain Scientifically Adjusted. OUIa Id Ma unio louiple, llululilneou, Kausat, i.OVAL AID PEBAOllAl,, Don't lay "Ills goose It cooked" Wben thine enemy sets hit due JJut, rather, eay"IIii beet's embalmed," The expression la mora new. Kaneia City Star. Ouaid Overmyer of the Reformatory, bas received notice of the granting of patent to blmontbe Invention of a hay preaa. . Ed Lewis itiot a bole la one of bla toea with a target rifle In the rear of Benedict's store, Saturday. He was practicing. Drs. J. E. and It. A. Stewart have found It necessary, on account of their hospital work to move their office to the hospital nt 728 North Main. Frank Huxtable who has been In the Parker Creamery for some time and Is an expert creamery uau, has purchased an Interest In a creamery at Mound Ridge. Fav Smith who Las been sick with the grippe for about ten days, Is now around again. It however has not af fected bis lungs this time to amount to anything, as It...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 February 1899

Abandoned Negross Kills One Man, . a Policeman Another, , TRAGEDY AT GALENA, KANSAS. Oai.hna Kiui., .Tun. 30. A double killing (xvurrod ut tills plnco Saturday nlfUt. Hurvoy Hruolts wu shot by KIohsIo Kiloy, u itercss, known m Mind IIdou'h wife The ball took effoct in his mouth, mid ranging up ward, k lied him Instantly. Urooks It In snld, Imd entered hor home for . the purpota of gutting somo olothlng bulonging to his girl. It wan Htutud t hat both parties had threatened the other lira, no me uii tlmoly tragedy wm not ft surprise. Klonsle III lev wu arrested loon after thu killing. She Is known a one of thu toughest uugreHU' lu the country. Iloforu this exul turnout was over Will UuUlngton wan arrested for dis turbing the puaeo.nnd as he was being placed In jail, shot Charles Darker, "the bull taking elToot iu tlie thigh, , Iturkor flroU In return, the boll puss ' lug through lliillingloa In the region of the upper part of the abdomen. lnrkor' In juries soomud to not aftoot him, bu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 February 1899

Mohsrd's Msglo Catarrh Bxpnllant Co., Omn.Ua, Neb. Write fr particu lar I lUllliaora A Ohio. From lime to tlmo articles appear la various papers about the so-called 'Hill control" ot Baltimore ft Ohio, together with exhaustive dutalU ol Tsrlous struggles which, are supposed to bo In pronrenB between Mr. Hill nd other people In the Baltimore ft Ohio board. The details of those strug gles are very Interesting, but are open to the criticism that tboy have no ex luteuce In (act The pluin facte ot the matter ere, flnt that Mr. Hill does not control Uultlmore & Ohio, nor bai he !at any time expressed any doslro 01 ;takon any stops in that dlroctlon; second, that thcro has at no time beon any differences of opinion betwoon Mr. Hill and the Baltimore ft Ohio people 'with regard to a soloctlon of general ;mannger, the selection of Mr. Undor wood being satisfactory to everybody; nd third, that the daluy In regard to Mr. Undorwood's accoiitonce of the renernl managership of Baltimore ft Oh...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 February 1899

The cakes of Ivory Soap are so shaped that they may be used entire for general purposes, or divided with a stout thread into two perfectly formed cakes for toilet use. For any use put to, Ivory Soap is a quick cleanser, absolutely safe and pure. A WORD OP WARNING. Thr ar many whit oap. wch wpratented to b"Jual s rood u tht 'Ivory ';" thoy AkU NOT, but Ilk all counterfeit. Ick tin peculiar ana nawkablS quAllli ol thmiln. Atklcir "Ivory "Soap anil lnilt upon ettlnj It IM nin, it, I? rni taw o.,cua Farmers' Correspondence. YOIIKB II F.JIN Mr. Jesse Fiercy of Nhiasl(u, Inrti ana IbvIhIU ib Ids Ofitli) Mrs. Jos. Trls lerand Mrs. Juke llimnwell of this ilnoi. 0. It. Thotnns of Kltner hna koiih to Missouri to limit lit u fnrm. If li tikes It be will movu then In (ho nenr ftitttt't'. The lecture t Miner lHt Friday iil'lit by llov. M. S. Thotnns of 'lVekit win well ii))ti'(!mt(!il by the iiinliHiieit, On Hcnuiiiit f it inUtiiidi-rstiiiidliig in regard to limn tlm h.'fket HiippiT nt tlm Excel...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 February 1899

t J i lift' ItUtoiWAl toulck r -'V T: tt tr ; . . .,r... 1 .1 TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THK'PKOPLE'8 PARTY OF ttKNO CQUSTY, VOL. 9. IHTTOIIINKON, KANSAS, Til UliSDAif. FEmtfJAItY ?, 18?!), NO. 23. v- yy; JS-y yS-fS-y -' ' - ' ' ' ' ' if '(. -I I BATTLE AT MANILA, Filipinos Make a Nljht Attaok on tho Americana. I IDE ATTACK IS BRAVELY REPULSED. iV JTlie IlnbeU Are llrlvou Mack Tun NUIrs-'riitilr !, llvavy-LWl i of the Aniorifnu. klllod , aud Wouudud. filnniln, February 7. Careful esti HIM IR'6 tlio Filipino luHCM up to lalo .t 2,01)0 diNtd; H.liOO wounded aud 6,000 taken., prisoners. The rebel for ecu have boeu driven 4ailc tit mile. Duving the flglittog, the United taten warships shelN-d a truln loudm wl'Mt ln-iurgv.nts, Owing to itihu area m braced hi the ceue or Saturday nljjht's and Sun- lay's taiyuvviueiiit, sciul-clrcle ot (fully nevirokf n inlks, dutalls regard ttigr fighting have bren extremely dif ficult to obtiain. So fur as can be gathered, tho 'brush commenced at 8:4$ wv Ku't...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 February 1899

i THE GAZETTE, Z. Q. NETTI.F.TON (XX B. 0. Nlii'l.tTON. Kit 'HUTCHINSON, KANSAS EANSitl ITEM! OF IHTKRICST. . Thero novor bu been ft territorial governor, bog-Inning' with Steele, who did not use the veto freely. In Kansas an ccclcalaiillo ottll him eelf a clergyman) hit parishioners call him a minister, and the polltlolua refu:'i to him a ft proaohor. Every Knnun has said this when It was ten degroos below rero In Kansas and 40 bolow In Minnesota! "Hut the wind Isn't blowing there." Charley McDonald, on old o.t-boultor and ex-politician of Concordia, has gone to Cuba, with tho Intention of making that Inland hit future home. Miss Eranccs llubcock plucked up courage tho other night and gave ft party, the lint of thoHO prosont prob hly being kept away from John Col Una, Glllutt'a return to Kana from Mexi co hna been flxod for March 1 by C. It, Travel, his attorney. On that duto Olllett will moot Ills creditors at Kan an City, Several of tho horse and cattle stalln along tho north sid...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 February 1899

I., 5 LINCOLN'S ONLY DUEL. a (By Col. T. D. Thorpe.) HQ memory of Mr, Lincoln will alwayi ba popular. Em bodying wit h 1 n himself the human itarian triumph ol one ot the most tremondous revolu tion! thut ever con vulsed the world and therefore pos sessing all the grandour of association that li accord ed to the moit noted personages In his tory, still be has never been, In any ublio act of. hla lire, elevated above the understandings and affoctlona of the manses of the people. Kind-hearted and overflowing with sympathy by na ture, yet he was controlled by an hon esty of purpose that kept him unyield ing where principle was concerned, making him self-poised amid opposi tion, and perfectly solf-rellant when the hour of action arrived, yet In small as well as In great matters the inher ent humor of his mental composition prevailed. It la easy, therefore, to Imagine, that It Mr. Lincoln deemed It necessary to appear as principal In a duel, he would naturally attract to hlmsolf such sur...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 February 1899

Tbutcbirwon C5a3cttc. Bntored t the fmtoffloo Id natohlaeoa, tanee H eeoQiid olaea matter. l.a.NETTUTON CO. reerletert. faaus ordUMoairrieM, ttjo riaTi C. E. SIDLINGKR, F ascriptions a Specialty . North Main Street Hutchinson Somiomi pleue Inform ui Juat ex actly what we am at war with the FII Ipluos for. 'm Tub peace treaty with Hpaln li rati fied. It was undoubtedly the proper move. Most of the populists anil both the Kansas senators voted for It. It now dispones of the complications wltb Spain and loaves r.i free to take hold of the other questions arising from the war. Judge Hazen of the district court of Shawnee county, has rendered bis de cision In the case brought before him to test the legality of the speolal Sfss- ion, and It upholds the legality of It In vury particular. Judge Hasten Is often considered a very partisan judge but he Is a a good lawyer and and the law was all on one side In this case It may not be curried to the supreme court now but If It Is there Is no dou...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 February 1899

JJlt.J. W. MA0D1RH, BPHlOlAUhTW ..n Dlnoaaoa of Eve, Bur, Noio anJ Throut. Alanine IrlentlflYelly Arijnatnd. Onto In Ms sonlo Tempi, tlomuln.on, Kaulas. local Ann reaoAL, Tlie Juniors banqueted Hi union of the Uuicblnion lilgu gouool Friday evening sad i grand time li reported. Funic OobI, of tlie I'. Mai tin dry goods store, returned from a buslnest trip to St. Louii the flrat of tbe week Tbe Jurors were discharged from at tendance at court BHturday. , Court ihas beon In session this week but only Jiearlnu court oases. j i Tlie Inimitable Pete Weffgen, of "auotlon three" leavus ua soon.., , He floes to a big cattle ranch In the west ern part of the Btate. Mrs. J. T. 1'almer of Avenue A "West, Is vlaltlug this week with ber slaughter, Mrs.. E. II. Copenbaver .near Abuyvme. ' There will be local union social meeting at tbe M. E. Church next Friday evening to which all young peo pie are luvlted. No adraloslon charged. On Saturday ovenlng Mr. T. E. Mo- Mlllcn reoelved a very bad Injury...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 February 1899

am in Rupture Between American Troops and Filipinos Saturday Night. FIERCE ATTACK BY FILIPINOS, lloavy Fuilllaile on llotb Sldea, and Dewey's Wurthlpi ' ()( Into tin Game Agulunldn's Troops Ke , pulled Amerlonn Loss Was .Twenty Kltliid end IIS WmiM led. ' Manila, Fob. 0, Tho lotijf expcotod rupture bctwooa tho Aniorloans mid the Filipino has coma lit Inst. Tlio former aro now engaged In solving tlio Phlllpplno problem with tlio utmost expedition possible, Tlio Filipinos at tacked tlio American lino from Culvoo ciiii to Santa Mesa Saturday evening, 'i'liure was heavy fuslludo on botli sldos, and the artillery win usort, The Uulted States cruiser Charleston and tlio gunboat Concord bombarded tlio enemy, The American, nit or magnificent charges, captured several of tho enomy'i position. The Atnorl can lot twenty killed and 135 wound ed. The Filipinos lost hoavily. Tho clash coma ut 8: 10, when throe during Filipinos darted past tho Ne braska regiment's pickets at Santa Mesa, but retire...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 February 1899

Ths average, wan U tpt to ulums hi .auk of. wealth to lilt llbarullty. "First oomo, first served"- cannibal maxim. Coal of Miriu Canal," The entlmitton (or oanHtrtiotinp; tlio Nlcru(fua Cnnal vary from 91 1.1,1X10,000 to Iigo.ooo.ooo, llow (II U oroii t ua lha csllmulRS of the people m to the vulue of Ilostottur'a Klouiuoh lllttom lb l grootl Hint thin rimiudy luiibiiriuned for ludliroullon, lilllo.iNnfs,'. ooiiNtlpa tton, norvoiihtioM unci IuijIhiiioh,' It In such un iiffi'oeulila modlolno to tuke, A bnld huodud barber In a (hop al ways Interferon with the aulo of hair reNtora.lvuit, If aomo men bud horns tense they'd runoay. flTS 'rniaaautlrOurad. rtafitaornarfoiwna.iattat Brat dity'i iih t.l l)r, Hllua'i Ureal Narva hoMlonir, H.mt I.T l.'lt Kl'i 14.011 trial uoltle anil lumlis. . H. 11, Klii., 1.UI..KJI At, h St., I'lilUilolpliuw 1' Every uinnocoaa'onully taw-Is lllio un. tying bin heart hiring Oats-si l-n laoima Loi r. The Out mnrvel-wlint will KW.ooO sunh lonn IhiuU iur air wcI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 February 1899

In the country 3t :is hard to get help for the house hold work. Wives, mothers and daughters who do their own work should have fiie very best of everything to do it with. Ivory Soap is the best; it cleans quickest and is easiest on the 'hands. It floats. A WORD OF WARNIWi.-Thm are mny white soaps, each nprtitnttd to be "Just it foot as ht 'Ivory';" thoy AKU NOT, tut llkt ill counterfeits, lack Hit peculiar and remarkable qualltli'i of Hi genuine. AiHr "1vry " Soap-slid Insist upon ae(lnc It. n-prfrkl :Mn, l, ru fmim e OwbU lit, ciMtan. Farmers' Correspondsnce. l)led, at lbs real-taiice f bin on, 0 II. Arnold of Ne wnt'iu, ETnim., C. W, AruoKl on HutidHy IMiruaiy 5th. Ilia remiiliu weie hroiiKht to tliin city anil interred In Wildmond, Postir.nnler Humphrey rpent a part or lust work In Topekn looking lifter tie legislature. Bam Foreman, who 'has been very ill uome time with ptieiimi-.'uiii, la cniivuleuo inif. The aooinl n,v'11 by tuu ''"''" l,f t," CouiiroguUiimtl ulnirch at Albert ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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