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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 February 1899

'U'i historical iocki f ill.ll 9 THK f KieiU OIUHN OF THB PKOFLK'H PAttTY OF RKNO COUNTY. VOL. 9. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY FEimUAUY 1C, 1899. NO. ai. i i IL0IL0 IS CAPTURED, The City Takon by OonoralMlllor'i l T7 r Foroos, IS Slit OS FI11I! Ill HIE REBELS. flaimx l:xtluuiilliuil by llio Amrl cnuni lCiioui)' Luwi lltmvy-No Casualtlm Among llio Aiurlt'uu Truoiiii Manila, February 14.-9:35 u. m. The United SI a ton forces under llrlg- tmlli IU.I...I Mill... -.1 oapllnl of Die Inland of 1'niiay and out of l'he so-cniled (roveriniient of ' -tlie Visityas federation, on Suturdny lest, lifter u bonibardnuut. , . .. The rubels vet llio town on fire be y, fore evacuating It, but Mie American ireou extinguished the flumes, There were no cumiultlcs ou the American' wide. Manlln, l'Vbrwiry 14.-9:45 a. in, Tlio United Stutes gunboat t'elrcl ar rived lute Inst evening wl lit dUputclit'S rom Jlrl.iiillci' (ienerul M. 1'. Miller to Major tleuernl Ot Ik, niHioiinelng ithut Hollo luiil been t n k...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 February 1899

"teiL-j-j"..1 , . THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NETTLETON CO, . S. Q. NrrrMTOM. KL HUTCHINSON, KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS C.T INTFItEBT. The Kansas regiment at Manila gave toe Filipinos a mere handsel of what Kansas can do In any olilnato. The potato grower of the Kaw val ley between Kansas City and Law renue, Ran., have under way the form ation of an association designed to In clude nil tho growers of that vegetable In that district. A teacher at Garden City atdced a boy .to tolve this example In addition: "If your father gave your mother 87 today and (8 tomorrow, what would your mother have?" Tho boy answered: "She would have a fit." Leaf hopper, Thrlp and Erythron eura vltls are all dliTercnt names for one small Insect, which Is often very numerous on grape vinos during sum mer. It Is about an eighth of an Inuh long, of a light color, and marked by three dark red bunds, They fly from their positions! to the under sldo of the leaves when the vines aro shaken and oen light again. To oombat them in t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 February 1899

WASHINGTON ANGRY. BUT DID HE SWEAn AT DATTLE OF MONMOUTH? , Tradition Afll run That He Vd an Onlli II Certainly Hitil Suftlolant Proro oitlon (or Strong lang-uaga Utmernl ho the Victim. UADITION says that on ono occu Blon tlio father of his country so far forgot his religious training and prin ciples as to have used nu oath. Pro fanity docs not comport with tho generally accepted character of George "Washington, and there are many who leny tho tradition. It was at the battle of Monmouth where Washington Is supposed to have CEN. LEE. lost hid temper and swore at Gen. Cliar'.es Lea for disobeying orders and retreating, thus endangering the whole American army. It ever man was tried, It was Washington at Monmouth, and 'if ever profanity was excusable It was. on that occasion, Lee, according to some historians, was a designing traitor, who, envious of Washington's popularity, schemed to defeat his army. It Is quite certain that he hes itated when tho oath of allegiance, re quired by tho...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 February 1899

Tfoutcb.twon (5a3tte. later d l tb poatofflos In Hntohlaaon, Kmi M eeooud glut matunr. l.a.MEITLETON CO. Prairleler. ClRHf OF dUBMIirTION, 1.00 raaYi ram C. S. SIDLINQKR, TlioDr-uggist Fescrlptlons Specialty. North Mala Street Hutchinson A good many people reallie that In the riilllpplne embrogllQ, our Uncle Samuel has grapplod very good sized tear by the tall. Hon. Z. L. Wihb of the city district Las Introduced a bill In the lower bouse of the legislature U amend the so calltd "age of consent law," so that the oper ation of the law will be abated if the man marries and lives with the girl he lias wronged and supports her for two years. While the age Is now Just a it ehould be the law Is In some instances undoubtedly harsh. Colorado has the eame statute except that If the female is proved to be of btd character, the statute does not operate. Upon the passage of the anti-bucket-shop bill by the house, some Influential papers printed Btorlea of how certain omralsslon men were "approac...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 February 1899

J)i.j, w. MAOcmn, SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Noho anJ ' Tbroat. OIiirmh Hiliintlnoally Adjusted. OfflM In Ml ouloTouiple, lluUihlusoii, Kansas. LOCAL ARD rBftMOSAL. James Sparr, a salt worker, who bad two or three rlba broken by a fall a ouple of weeks ago It recovering. Arthur Iless who baa been clerking at Bldllnger's has been suffering se verely from luflaoiatory rlieumatiHm, A teamster, Lon THlor, froze his bands and feet SHttirdny while hauling a load of chop out to Ken Rinse's ranch. ' Jobn Myers of Sterling was operated on at the Stewirt hospital, Friday for strangulated bernea. He Is reported doing welL Harvey Mlsklmen, county commis sioner, returned Friday from Emporia where be has been treated for a can cer on bis face Some of the county oOloials think the city line been getting too much credit for help given the needy In this oily, and say that the county has given all the relief so far. K. Morgan living wost of town was Attacked by a vicious bull lout Friday an...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 February 1899

Caloocan Taken by the American Forces In a Dashing Charge, It ANSAS TROOPS TOOK PART, American law Mglit and Inura;siit I.t Sulci to lie Heavy -rilliliiui Art Nut Ye Wwrr of Fighting Aguliialilit 11m lleailquartor Near the front. Washington, Fob. 11, The follow' Ing dlspntoh wbh received al night! Insurgents collected coiiNlilerublu furoo botwocu Manila and Culocan, where Agulnuldo In reported to bu, nnd threatened nn uttuclc nnd uprising In thu olty. TIiIh afternoon swung left of MncArthnr's division, which in nortli of l'alg rlvor, into Culocan, driving onamy easily, Our loan slight; that of Insurgents considerable. Par ticulars In morning. Attack preceded by one-half hour's firing from two of Admlrul Dewey's vessels. Otis. Manila, Vub. 11, The American force at 3:10 yesterday afternoon made a comt lncJ uttiiok upon Calovan and reduced It In short order, At a signal from tlio towar of the Io Lu Lome church the United Mute double turreted monitor, Monadnonk, opened lire from thu ba...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 February 1899

The flehh of fowls tint bara always been well fed It wetter and Juoler than that of those that bare been fat teuod quickly. Agsxl Woman Itldat s Bloola. The oldest bicyclist U a woman Offod 13, who la an adopt rider. Mont po ple could enjoy balth until old are If ihey took precaution to prevent dla awes of the digestive orjaua by taking , an occasional done of Houtetter'a Stom ach Hitters, Even after dyspepsia, indigestion and constipation have so cured a foothold the itlttera will af ford relict Milk fed to poultry la one of the best egg producers. . Bl4TI00ni0, ClTT OF Touoo, l " I.UOAS C'OUtn'T, (" Frank J. Cheney niuhes onlh thnt he Is the senior partner of the tlrm ol If. 3. Cboney VCo., doing bualtww In Ilia Cily ol Toledo, County and 8 lata nfornsalil, and that nuM II rm wll nay th sum of ONH1 HUNDKKl) DOLiLAKS for each snd every cm of Catarrh that oanuot OS cured by Uio uo ol Hull's Catarrh t'lire. THANK J. t'HKNEY. Sworn to before me unit aubeorlbed lu mi Breneiioe, tblsOUi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 February 1899

Ask your doctor about soaps, soaps contaMRg 'alkali and soaps made of pure vegetable oils. Physicians -and trained nurses recommend Ivory Soap because it 'con tains nothing but pure soap. There's no alkali in Ivory Soap, it is a thorough cleanser, and is the standard of soap excellence, mU per cent. pure. IT FLOATS. tyytrijm,1lTtNl'fUrUinb'tV Claiiaa Farmers' Corresponihnce. The family uf-O. Benedict wetra yuiy auffociiteil Hnlunliiy iitclit 'by ffw etutv Ing from tbo stove. B. 1, tin'en snfl urt'e haw retomeil from a prukjiiged vlrft InlliiMo.H.'W . The Junior Li'ngiw giiv't a -lUino olal Friday ivi'iilntf. lJijli'. iKfreshns'iit Were m-rvt'd ntid n ifr ogriiin ren dered. John Hiiffm'in litiil H fiil"l iibkHv. Mrs. Anix'S 'Diwisis mitte Ill w til the asthma, anil her sow, flHrhu amK'liiirlea ore down with rtie mi-nnlan. Miss Aiiata K00M11U icliiiirft.i third grade during the ti'iupwi'.iry -MlwHiice of Miss Tnjlor. Masquerade ilftlie Oity ' Flirt Fr.tluy night. The sodii'l wlilirli ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 February 1899

' 7 'f I . - ' ' .! ... ' .' t r TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OP TUB .PEOPLE'S Hitl OF RKNO COUNTT. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. TI11TIIS.DAV FEBRUARY 23, 1899. K VOL. I). NO. 25. ' I. I 7 f !4 MILES' TESTIMONY. He Appoars Boforo the Court ol Iiuiulry, , j " PRESS INTERVIEWS M EXPLAINED. lis Hives Ilia Oiiluluu Couoitrnliitf Ilia JIua(a laatiod to Ike Army - JUuur Letter. UU'crtid j lu KvUeuce. VVuli I iifftotn C.,' l-Vbrunry 21. Thu Allien court of Inquiry .Monday muUe u (food sturt In I in work, The court wn eoinCortubly tjuurtcrcd In the old meeting room of the. Lemon building, with aecommoditUon tor reprebcutiitlves of the press ousouiu Itons oul the local papers. The oourt relurned at 12:05 from It v.lt of courtesy to this presldcut, aiut after 'two photogruphers mude pictures of the court,' Colonel Davis announced reudlness to proceed, and reud the order convening the court mid It instruction. Following the reading of the order, which ling been published already, Colonel iuvls read a Jcnier from...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 February 1899

5 FRANCE'S NEW PRESIDENT. E HHP! IN m Antl-Loubetitos Demolish News paper Offices and Attack Police. CLASHES BETWEEN FACTIONS. Pa his, Feb. 80. Polios mousuros for the maintenance of order have boon taken on an extensive scale, mid the city U reasonably quiet, although there were disturbances all the even ing Toward T o'olock demonstrations oo eurred In front of the oflloe of Sobas tian Faure 's anaruhiHt paper, the Jour nal du l'euple, on the itoulevard Mont rourtro, for and against Loubot. Thore was a collision between the rival fuo tions and several persons' were in jured. The partisans of the nowly elected president were worstod In the conflict and moved off to the Cafe lire bant, whore they wero aguin attacked and dispersed by tholr opponents. Many arrests were made. Similar encounters occurred at about S o'clock at tho otlluos of the Libre Parole, and more serious disorders at tho Brasserie Muxovllle, on tho Boulo vard Montmartro, whoro several women were trampled upon and In ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 February 1899

gl'!.l-i-'.!ii-ll! rrcHiNQ, Feraistent ltchlog li a symptom of many dliieui of tho ikln, but It may rao b a ilgn of disorder of iom of the Internal organs, more particularly of the Uver or kidneys. BometlmeB, how Tor, It occuri In persona who appear to be otherwlae In perfoct bealth, and who have no visible affection at lb skin, Temporary Itching It ofteh caused by tbe eating of certain articled of food, specially ehell-floh; even fruits, inch ,aa atrawberrlea, are eaten by Rome uu fortunate Individuals only at tha' ex pense, of a moat annoying Itching of the entire body for an bour or two, 1 A very common form of pruritus. Is caused by cold acting upon tbe akin, and ti called for this reason "winter Itch." It. Is felt chiefly on the Insldoi of the leg and thighs, although It may occur on the upper extremities, pr even over the entire body. It gives no trou ble la summer, or even In warm day In winter, but In ffosty, snappy wenth r It la Intense. Coarse underclothing nay aggravate '...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 February 1899

Tfoutcbtitoon Odette. Entered t tin poitofAoe Id IUujhlnioB, Kansas a second olasa matuir. I.Q.KCTTLETON CO. rreerUteri. rnm or dueeoairries, LOO nIi iC. E. SIDLINGKR, T3ae Druggist tfjescrlptlon Specialty. North Main Street flutohlnwn President MoKlnley In bti Boston speech ay In effect be lovei the Flll itlnoi 10 much be Is shooting them down men tad women alike. Eei'resicntativb Wise of this county sot a bill passed by the bouse providing thut the State, county, township or municipality or public board or body shall pay (or the ofllclal bond of its treasurer, It such bond be Issued by a surety company. Tub populist somite recommended for passage a bill providing for a grad uated inheritance tax oil the larger es tates. It will no doubt be killed by the house, but the senate Is on record tor It and It will nut be many years in our opinion before Kansas will have such a law on her book of laws. The world moves a little if not very fast. Tun house passed Representative DeUitrd' Dill...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 February 1899

J)R J. W.MAOUUIB, , HPIflOlAX.IS'1', j& Diseases of Eye; Ear, Nose an J Tlwmt. OIukio Scientifically Adjusted. OMo lu Ml unlo Tempi, llutohln.on, K111IM. LOCAL AMD rEKMOHAli. The city bits ordured several cinder 'wain In various parts of the city. Tlie News says that opera house tickets are selling Irt Missouri. This we suppose Is for the pure purpose of helping the town. t A petition for alvoroe tins been Died In the district couit hy N. II. Ilalslon from bis wlfo Louisa It. Kill .ton on the I -charge of aliNiidnnmfni. School aujourued for a few hours last week at the Central school build ing. Sown one bad placed a large lump ' of sulpber In the hot a'r shaft. We notice by some paper that Sen ator Field voted not to confirm Phil Kelleyas the republican member of the Reformatory board. He must bays good reasons. A case which has been pending against "Dud" Hughes In the appellate court for selling liquor was recently af flriuud by that court. In this case he was found guilty on t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 February 1899

i ' I- y THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NETTtKTON 00. B. a. MlTTbRTON, Kd. nuTcniNsoN, KANSAS EAIISAB ITKKM Of IKTFAKB'A A riolton woman, when the read In Ihe nsiieri about the Introduction of tbe sntl-buuket tlion bill. remarked that she was glad to see th legisla ture bud come out for prohibition, The eloquent Senator Heverldgo of Indiana U not the only one of that name who can lift up hli voice and get the people to coming bis way, An auctioneer bv the nam of Boverldge Jives in Marshall county, and be hat Imllar success, Leaven worth la contemplating anew plan for dealing with the bad pupils at the nubile achool who play hookey disobey orders, slal and cause trouble In other ways. All luch puplli will bo Kent to a achool by themselves, under one tent-hen and to bo known as choo) for Incorrigible, The plan will cost the board about $.'0 a month extra, but will weed out ull tha bad puplli in other rooms and romove bud example from pupils naturally In dined to be good, Kiminlon Itutr U Nuntu Pe...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 February 1899

T1 i V With Trusts and Monopolies being formed on every hand, and no lm provement In the demand for labor, it begins to look worse for the Gold Standard and its upholders. There is some prosperity, but, assiste dby Gold, the Trusts are gathering it all to themselves. Rochester Times. ARE GREATER EVILS. ISSUES MORE IMPORTANT THAN . ' THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. atx-Governor Bt. John Says Thlt It It Mora Important Tliut the Million ' Have flrend Than That the Drunk- aril be Keforined. ' My convictions against the liquor trafllo have not changed la the leust, but my convictions la relation to other grout questions, as I have from your to year gained now light, have chunk ed, until today I rcgaroVlt of more Im portance to humanity that the millions of hulf-starved, sober men, women and children should have bread than that the self-made drunkard should not have boor. For a quarter of a century I have labored almost Incessantly to protect mankind from the evils of the drink trafllo. During all th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 February 1899

For the liorse, ns for Ills master, Ivory finds abundant scope; Galls and scratches heal much faster, When well cleansed with Ivory Soap. Where 'tis used, the work is lighter, Sleek and smooth the horses' coats, Harness softer, carriage brighter, And a final charm it floats. IIM, bf n IM IU 0 , OladaeMt Farmers' Correspondonce. rnon kow an tiikm, 1 Another buttle lias Iimiii fought. More blood Las been tiled, lu tli iutwant of humanity or expansion, wlilchY How long must tliln saw illce of time, nwmi'y SUil litliinin life jjo or. Iicforc U.i" Plilllp- jiint qiif hliiiii In settled. I.i't 0"Cri'b" uml tli president answer, auw aw to much r.liimor that tlii trenty of pu(!t has lxwn ratified, why not giv-e tr thorn' Filipinos tlie liullpenili'tico for wlMi tlmy fought against Spain. W,if nil nations, ought to sympathize wllli any people who are strulititr fur litwrty . "Give me liberty nr give, oik IcjiIIi," nid Patrick Honry. Iru iny Die Jillptnot, This, too, wsa the iniitlo of tU o n...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 March 1899

, aU't hUlorloal soot THK OFFICIAL ORGAN OP TUB PEOPLE'S PARTY OF RENO COUNTY, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 2, 1899. NO. 20. VOL. 0. A SPANIARD TALKS. do Olvoa Ilia Vlowa Ooncornlna tho riilllpplno Inlands. THE FILIPINOS HAH!) TO GOVERN. Ilig American lioveriiinonl Will l'lud It t'o.lly l NiiIiJiikhI TlK'iu t and VllllcuU tu Hula .1" Waishliifflon, February 28, In vli-w of the present troubles at Manila the pinion of a. Mpniiiish colonel wlio bus been, Motioned for nnwiy years 111 the Philippines nml has dune u ifi'diut deal ot acHve llfi'lil'intf ivtiai newt the Turul lnmurji'iMi'l will 'be of particular Inter est Jut now 'to Aiimu'loan. Aecou'd ing to a trustworthy correKinilen.t who forwarded thu report tf Hit) In terview to WaWhliiKton, lie expressed lvlnisc'lf iu 'follows coneeruiiifl; tho lank uirltilnijr 'to 'Mm United State through Bpii'ln harlnjj resigned 'the Philippine Im the Union: "Tho 8pnnilh people are feeling n, tf dell vend fr-eni K ii(fi".rous sluknesi by me...

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 March 1899

THE GAZETTE, B.O. KETTLETON CO, B. 0. NSTTLXTON, Ell nuTcniNsoN, KANSAS. HANSAS 1TISIH ( INTFR)t9& Thin hM been such a long, cold win ter that spring would be awfully wcl come. It Is rumored that Superintendent Btryker will go Into tho newspaper business. ' None of tho superintendents ap pointed to tho stato InNtltutlona ever touch liquor. Kunsas Is to bo sporod Bob Hnr aetto In tho future Ho will marry wealthy widow, at Pasadunu, Collfor -nla. Tho Methodist church peoplo of Atchison give "lap suppers," Those participating uro not supposed to out kittenish. According to tho pnpors In the east ern part of the stato tho Ihormomoter one night lost week wont as low as 5 degrees below r.oro, Hut tho ground hog saw his nIiimIow la that arctic re gion. Tho soldiers' orphans' homo Is mis named. It is open to all orphun and homeless children, anil the stuto will probably strike tho word "soldiers'' from tho namo of tho Institution, says the Atchison Globe. During tho past week many Kansa...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 March 1899

Hatched TIIECIIARMOFPIIKASES. VEANINOLES9 TERM9 THAT PLEASE AND DECEIVE. "Honoat Moury," "Dtdia.od Currency," "Sound Monay," "Gold Staudunl," and "Gold lJiulD," sr ull Terms mod by tlie Monay 1'owor to Dooolvo. The gold mo till tilulc is undoubtedly th 8 most ingenious and slmpla devlco ever invented by man to defraud and plunder the honest, confiding labor class. And when Its fur-reuelilng re sults are considered, it is tlio most atupondous and successful bunco game ever worked on the most lntell gent nd highly civilized nations of the world. The scheme originated in Eng land and Is the product of the brain of the Hank of England Jew financiers. Tho gold motal scheme owes not a lit tle of Its success to tho jitrgoD Its lu Tontorsnse. Pleasant sounding' plum es, liko Motor Keely's ingenious solen tlflo vocabulary, linye not a little mys tlo power on the publlo, and peoplo of -more than ordinary Intelligence are readily humbugged by thcra. Gold basla at first used by the Investors of...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 March 1899

Tfrutcb.tioon C53cttc. Untured at the poatoAloo In Hntohlnson, Kansas M aeooud olMt matter. E.Q. NETTLETON CO. Praarliters. rBH Of dvmtiman, 11.00 ruTu hive testified that the cnnned beef was ubsoliitely without nourishment. and save tholr opinion it bad been robbed of its strength for beef ex tracts, others that It stunk and seemed putrid. Did the war department pay for this a price for good meal? If not it was no way to feed the soldiers. If It did, who got the profits? C. . SIDLINGER, Wjb hoi'b a national campaign will not bave to be made on expansion or even with that as one of the major foatures. To favor it Is to go all wrona and to oppose It is simply making negative fight-to take up a negative philosophy. It should If possible 1 disposed of so that other Internal mat- third In "playing horse.1 TilOl-)!37"ULf?lS"C tf.rs, the corporations and monopolies ill I - . . . m . u..i.i.. may turnisn Hie guage or, oaiue. uut " for the reason that the corporations North Main Street Hutc...

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