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

JJfU, W, MAOUIUI.. fcSl'WOlALWr, ti DUoaHca of Eyo, liar, N'ono nnJ Throat. OUH'8rli.nlrt'lljr AiljuKtnd. Offlo la Ma oulo luiutilu. iluUililiiaon, limiiM LUtAu A N It VKUMOHAL. Jack Gallup wan on tba ulrettU Tum dy A q ncli recovt-ty fur so dangor- OUS It WUUIItl A boxing exhibition by the now utb letio club glvii Hi fie opera house lust week whi nut very well pttroulssiid. - Howard Li li.t. Lx-cn appointed revivor of Die ll tcket Dry Howl Co. Mr. Lb m :a a y.ttiu; iiUurutty who tuemn to be mak nu khiI priori aa. The boiler fur the Hteiitn heating sys tem for the couit house has given out uiid stoves have been put up. It has uihUu coMHbleriiblo truublu (or the county oIIIcIuIh. Judge W. M. Whltelaw is In Wttuli ItiBtou, D. C, as we understand to bb- cuie a right of wny for the Hutchinson & Southern through the Indian Terri tory. 1 Mii-8 Rush lloaghtnil of tula city who bus been ill for Heventl week Hiid near iluuiliu (loin, died Mommy night. Her illue.is resulted from a giither...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 March 1899

Admiral Dewey's Request for tho Oregon Not Explained. WILL REACH MANILA MARCH 10 Washington, Fob. 25. Th follow ing dispatches have boon rooolvod at tbo Navy department: "Manila, Feb. 2i. For political reason tlio Orogou should bo sent here at onon. Charleston and I'otrol cruis ing around the I'lilllppluo Inlands. Affairs more quiet. Dewoy." "San Fhanciboo, Feb. 25, The Ore gon arrlvod at Ililo February t and at Honolulu February 8. Iris and Scan dla arrived upon tho 12th. OIlTon." Mr. Ul (Ton In dispatch agent of tbo department. Washington, Feb. 35. Genoral Otis cabled tho War department as follows to-day: "Manila, Fob. 2(1. Soandla arrived lust night. On nights Slut and 93d and yesterday morning Insurgent troops gained Access to outskirts of elty be hind our lines. Many In hiding and about 1,000 Intrenched themselves. Completely routed yesterday with loss of killed and wounded about S00 and 500 prisoners. Our loss very slight. City quiet, contldunco restored, busi ness progressing...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 2 March 1899

W I 1 ,i EC- : V 0 Every couch makes your throat more raw and Irritable. Every ft cough congests the lining U membrane of your lungs. H Cease tearing your throat and lungs 1m this way. Put the parts at rest and give them a chance to heal. You will need some help to do this, and ycu win nna it in From the first dose the quiet and rest bogln: the tickling in the throat ceases; the spasm weak ens; the cough disap pears. Do not wait for pneumonia and con sumption but cut short your cold without delay. Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pec toral Plaster should be over the lung of every per son, troubled with a cough. Write io the Doctor. unuiual fipnortuMuai anil I Inn ft porlenc nilnentlf qaallfy na for riviitft you mullci roily all ih partld Tall u what yon I benn with our Cnui parucaiari in your ina. Mir ezv"'ln(' 71 " hurrv I'antoral. You will icaW ft nrtinpt roply, wlthuul Addreii, DR. J. 0. AYKH. tvvnuui aim h trocar toaa0ftw4 m9 FOR 14 CEHTSS W wlih to gain thla ynar 200,000 Brr cuatomari. aiut h...

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 March 1899

,1 mMHry---- 1 U&WTrMmMk He sells cheap soap ; the sale, once made, Brings larger profits for to-day. The soap, when used, offends his trade, Which deals, henceforth, " across the way Both purchaser and seller lose ; But Ivory Soap makes steadfast friends ; 'TIs best to sell, and best ta use, And brings best profits in the end. A WORD OF WARNING. There, aro many wh soaps, .ich r.pr.s.nl.d to be " usl as goo4 I llii 'Ivory ';" Ciiv Ain not, but Ilk. all cntinttrfcMt, taclc ttie peculiar and romerkable quallllti of th (jonulno. Ak for "Ivory" Smb andlualal uwn)Clllnf II. Ow IM, 11. V; Th. tlawM. il.. , eiMl..'.. Farmers' Corrcspondance. HOPril IIIITIHIVHOV. According to the t xperlenca (jlveu In at the literary lust Friday evening, at Valley I'i tdo, there lius l'm quit a numher of fakirs in eur ml l.it tvo utly.' Glad to 8y, however, there were, only a few oT th f.n mom I.cw Williams had a b id dny for Ills sale, mid tlio crowd wiw uot lingo, but property Hold very well, g"nurall...

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 March 1899

,U liUttOilwU vuu- W'-TT rilK .iKPItJUL ORGAN OP T1IE PROPLB'8 PARTY OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 18fl9. VOL. 0. NO. 27. itlf TT IT o ARE STILL FIGHTING. The Itobola Around Manila Prove Troubloaomo. A SHARP ENCACEMEXT ON MONDAY. Cleuural Oil I'lunit fur m (icimrul ITIuvo meul llnroul llrullt ll-pirll VUt Uermitu Atlnilrul'. Uaul or Tail. Mavul'm, March 7. The rebel liave been concent raring In the vleluiliy ol 4h reaervolr. Monday a. pubrol ol UfJIlllllUiUy (i, NCCIIIWl Oregon- vol u n iter, waa taken In unibun'li. Tvfp men were wounUcd, but ibu organization held iiilwilr n round under u licavy lire until the remainder of 'the couuimiiy (MlHtril by two compauiiie of the i'll'B't jNebiiuaka. rigLiuciM, thmked the ene- my, kllllnig thirty end wounding ev eral inure, Two battalion of il'lie Twentieth ftyruk'r hiifjiuvt ry luave reinforced Gen eral Hale' brigade. iAR I'lie native 1ml have been dc utrnyed at Marlou'iiu, nnl the country : there Ie priM'ly well de...

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 March 1899

THE GAZETTE, B, 0, NETTtKTON CO. E. 0. NrrTi.rroK, Ed. "ODTCniNHON, KANSAS, AKRA ITICMN OF INTKItKST. Nothing In Kansas U folnff up any more rajildly than the price of broom corn, A Kansas evangelist Is making ' great slnncr-suvlng record down in the Indian territory. Occasionally venison gets on tho market In towns In the auuthvost jor- tlon of the stato. In a number of Kansas towns tlii season measles trotted a heat only sec ond to the grip, Farmer In tho southwest complain that the loco weed is causing an uti usuul lot of trouble. Tho supremo court lit Washington haa held thut a sooner lit a sooner, whether an old soldier or not. Last summer nt a lawn social at Wichita it young man named Tanker alcy slushed Karl Evans with a knife, Last week hj got four years In the pen for It. Tho recent magnificent donation to tho Kansas Weslcynn university at hallna will place that Institution on Its feet It is said. It is almost enough to put it on wings. The state, of Kansas owes Leaven' wor...

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 March 1899

t t 1 EXAMPLES IN AMERICA. INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM IN PRACTICE HERE. Senator Marlon llutler Cltee Instance! Where Slate Con.tltutluns mid Lwi I'rovlde for tho Initiative unci llif-r-nudum to Limited Kxtent. Tho Initiative nnd Referendum nro by no means new in this country. Our federal constitution provides that when three-fourths of the states peti tion congress for a constitutional con vention to amend the constitution Unit congress must then call a constitution al convention. This is tho Inltlutlve in a modified form, The federal constitution also pro vides that whevever congress desires to amend the constitution, that after having passed such amendment by a thrco-fourths vote that it shall be sub mitted o tho various state legislatures and be ratified by throe-fourths of them before coming operative. That is tho Referendum. Thero are two kinds of Referendum, known as the compulsory and the op tional. The compulsory Referendum would require the submitting of nil legislative acta...

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 March 1899

libutcbtaoon (Ba3ctte. Entered t tbe foetoMoe In Balohlaeoa, Iimh h teooud 01 ui matter. 1,0. NETTLCTON A CO. Prearlateri. ramus or d(rMiiTiH, ILW raa Tb. LADED C. E. SIDLINQKR, TlioDrugglst Feeorlptlons Specialty. North Mala Street Hutchinson lr this beef Inquiry goes much fur ther the administration will amell as loud as the beef. It should apply to Its friends, the meat packers, for a quan tltyof tbelr preserving fluid. They will need It In tbelr business. Hon. J. A. DeUard deserves special commendation for the stand be bas taken In educational matters. Hon. Z. L. Wise also of Ileno bas been ably aiding Mr. DeBard In bis efforts to get omeJuBt school legislation. This can not be said of several other represents lives. School and Fireside. Tub difference Is this: A Chicago man called another man a liar and the court lined himftt). A Washington man called a general eight kinds of a liar and the president put him down on the army pay roil for 15,500 a year for six years, with the pr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 March 1899

J)RJ, W.MAtiUlRH, .MPJUOIALiIHT, .n Discuses of Eye, Eur, Nona nnJ Turmit. flba.naBcl.iitlnVally Artjiuthd. Olfln Id Mt tuula 'lupiple, HuUililnnn, Hatita. Mt)AL AH0 rRONAa.. Wm. I'ackwood eliihty-slx years old, died uear l'levna Thursday. Mr. Harvey of Awry poatollloe, nd Mr. Huffman of Meilford tnwniklp were In the oltyon huilntss Monday. A. 0. Buuler of Uuhier poatcnice has left on three months' vlalt to his Fatherland. U la iwMity-llimi year since be left, and bua not bem back before. The reformatory appropriation aa It puBHed both Iioushi ot the legislature, included 170,000 for a new cull block and raised the superintendent's salary to 12,600 per year. Ed Strohle and L. Turner of Halt Creek township went to the Indian Territory lust week after the body of Louis Strohle who bad committed mllclde In a fit of temporary Insanity. W. II. WIlHon of this city la In New Orleans aa a delegate to the national plumbers convention. Tb 'a State bus two dileKates of which Mr Wilson Is one. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 March 1899

Unprecedented Flood at Charleston; Capital of West KANAWHA RIVER ON A BOOM, Ciiaih.rstown, W. Vu., March 6. The Kanawha vulloy wiih vUltod yos terday by ono o( the worst Hoods In local history, After severul days of heavy Jul n full tlio Kanawha rlvor in ita unpreee.lontcdly short tlmo hits coTorod almost tlio entire valley, Charleston is almost entirely under water, lour loot surrounu ino siuie capltol, Tlio mayor and loading cit izens havo opouod r relief station and are distributing provisions and cloth ing among tlio suffering. Consider able damage bus been cnuscd to tliu coal property along the Kunwhu rivr. The Winifred coultlpplo, docks and u doon burgos woro swept away about ton miles above Charleston. The lllacli Cat coal tipple, near tho east bank, was destroyed. Tho water works, both gas plants and olectrlo light works wero shut down and tho city wan in darkness, Hundreds of families are quartered In the city building, capltol, courthouse and other building. Much distress ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 March 1899

Probably tho lion thought miybt Daniel was a new woman. To I'revent Sleep Walking. A (levies to prevent sleep-walking to to lay upon the floor, by the (Ida ot the lomuumbullut'i bed, a sheet of Iron, tlno or other metal, wide enough to Insure that be will stop upon It When the Bleep-walking tit comei up on him hie foot tout-hen the cold sur face ot tho metal and he limtlnctlvely drawi that lug Into the bed again. After two or three attempti the som nambulist glvea It up and aettlei down In bed. IN THE GREAT NORTHWEST. Utter From the Kantae and Nebraska ' Dales-ate to Dauphin, Trlnco Albert, Buuk., nth Augiut, im. William McCreary, Esq., Immigra tion Commissioner, Winnipeg, Man: Blr We, the undorslgned delegates from Kansas and Nebraska, U. 8, A., In reporting the rcuults of our trip to Dauphin, nud subsequently to Heglna, Prince Albert, and the middle Bai katcbewan'cotintry, bog to any that our tickets were limited to 21 days, and as wo Imd other large regions to visit, we could onl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 March 1899

A tasteful appearance in dress often comes as much from good laundering as from the quality of the clothing. Good laundering requires good soap and Ivory Soap is the best. The fading of delicate shades is frequently the ruination of an expensive garment. Any color that will stand the free application of water can be washed with Ivory Soap. Farmers' Correspondence. bo urn Hit o. Euruest Dade has returned form St. Louis, Mm. Outlir'le hug moved to her farm in Lincoln township. Mr. McQueen hus tossed the Lida Hob fnrm In Houth Itono fur this seas in. Mr. Korrlek has moved to tlm Rnwe property. George Hollowny wiib In ICiinmn City last week. Chris Mattlson la running tlie Flodln feed mill m Smith llutolilnson. Mr. II. E.I Guliok ami family have moved to ilutchiueou. Bert Guthrie says "country life ii aw ful lonesome. Now we nil liuow where Bert residod before be wont to the coun try. Was. YOUICB r Married. MarclfliTt, by Itev W. 8. Cook at the parsonage, Mr. Frank Ter rell to Mlee RosIh...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 March 1899

' historical meMt MM Til K OFFICIAL OHO AN OF TUB PKOPLK'B PARTY OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1899. I., t). NO. 28. MORE HOT FIGHTING. Gonoral Whoaton's Foi'oes Cap turo Pablff, A SHORT, SUARP BATTLE FOUGHT. The Filipino. Deruiilcrt and Forced to llollrs Willi h Lot. or J lilrtr Killed.-Tlio riulillud Uenuinod. Jfnnlla, March 14, Genernl Whcnt. on attacked u ml owpturrd the city o) 1'uHlif. eiiHt of .Manila, Monday (tor noon, The enemy ninile a stand for n hour, but nt the end of that time were forced -to retreat. - The Iom of the Filipino was thirty killed and sixteen prisoners; of the United State force's, three were Killed and fourteen were wounded. Following la the revised list of the salinities: Killed Private Stewnrt, Twentieth Jnfantryi Private Munsnn, twenty econd in run try; Jamn L. Kline, Twentieth Kansas. Wounded Corporal Chris Thonip on and Privates I,, Kolg-er, Charlci Davis, Thomas '.Miller, 1!. Piper, C Sumner and 'Matthew Kluikiy, of the Tw...

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 March 1899

A THE GAZETTE, B. Q, KKTTLRTON CO. EL 0. NVTTI.KTON, Ed. 'HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, EAKXAS ITK5IH 01' INTritECT. ! Tlio Topoka Kilts havo glvua nit 01. tertalnmont, playing Iloinoo md Ju liet. A gospel car Is working along tho main Hue of tlio Missouri PoolUo rail road. Tho Hanover Modern Woodmen will erect a largo twllillng by mean of the lottery plan. Linn county jolntlsls are Jumping sldownys on account of the prospect of a grand jury, "Reduced rates of Interest." Thin la a lino In the uds of nil loan nffents In Kantian todny. A Dlclilnson county farmer hauls hay to town on a ruck time ! painted red, white and blue. There will bo three rendition of "Tho Messiah" at Lliidsuorip this year: March 2ft, March 31 and April City oleotlons are now so clow at hand that many papers uro offering to print announcements at reduced rutes. Mound City's high school goes on tho list of thoso whoso graduates arc entitled to enter tho State University. Several papers In Kansas nro offer ing life subscrip...

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 March 1899

A Without the Aid ol the RADICAL MEN NEEDED. DR. HpRRON SCORES LAQ OAROS. Nuj That Reformers Should Identify Tlmm'lvc With Miirilmn, llelliiiuy Imn, FHliliinlMin or Anything Which They Think Ideal. Tho subject of the seventh of Dr. Horron's lectures in tlio Christian citi zenship league series was "The Find ing of the New In Uio Old." Willard hill wus crowded yesterday noon to hour tho address. lie suld In pnrt: "Jesus solved for Himself ttnd Ills friends tho problem of tho relation of tho idealist to existing facts. Ho was tho most radleal of all idealists, but He was also tho roost rational and hopeful of all men In Ills attitudo to ward tho wrongs ho confronted. Ho taught 1)18 law of lovo as tho evolu tion of all tho past; as the solution of all tho present. Ho pointed to tho seeds of regeneracy that lay within every degeneracy! to tho right that was tho reality of every wrong; to the good that was the substanco of every evil; to tho truth that supported every falsehood. "There a...

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 March 1899

Tfontcbsttoon Gazette. Entered at tin pnUofflee III Hutolilnson, Kansas as sooond olass niituir. E.O.NETTLETON t CO. PraarMtrt. rami Of ejuassaiirioK, l.00 NiTu C. E. SIDLINGKR, TiioDruiggist .-esorlptlons Specialty-. North Main Street Hutchinson Toi'EK A bai sent t couple of mission tries to ttie 1'lilllpplnes. Very bright Idea. The decenduntii of the flrst mis sionaries to the Hawaiian Islunds are now the plutocrats of Honolulu. Oenkiial Miles' attorney sought to prove that the army beef was "horse meat." The only thing Inconslstunt with that notion li the preponderance of evident which goes to show it was not good enough for horse meat, unless It were "doctored horse meat." Now come the nwtpapers saying that Plurpout MoiRan's new coal trust ly the new bhvIiik mi unemcnt will clear 120,000,000 without louring an) thing on the Incruiife In h Ic m. Truly these are times of prosperity for Mor gun und his class of rolbers. Fknatou Field of Pretty Prairie, re turned last week, benatur ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 March 1899

JQIt.J, W. MAUtJlM!, Bl'F.ClAlilHT, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Noso anJ Tlirwit. GUK.oeSdontlrirally Adjwtnd. OlIlM la Ma unlu Tuinplo, lluU'liliiaon. Uauaai, l.itOAL A BID PKUftONAl., JiidRe J. A. Fontron returned a few days iitfo from a busings trip to the astern Beaboairi. O. S. Carpenter who lian been street oiramlssluner for aevrrl yrar' 1ms an nounced that be will not run tlila year. Joshua 0 Lanjlllfl, formerly well Vnown here and one of t lie early set tlers, died the fore phi t of Hie week la Denver. ' Dr. 0. V. timou, lormorly a well known Santa Fe physician at Nicker eon, also of this city, died Monday at bis borne In Newton. The bouse of Mr. Stewart, a restau rant man living on. Flftb East, whs struck by 1IkIiU)Iu during tdo storm last Saturday rooming. Three Hutchinson boys who were In the Twenty Drat have enllmed In the regular army. They are Al. Murphy, Harry lloguu and 1). Lawaon. Wm. Gregg of Enterprise township was In the city on business last week. He agrees witb ou...

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 March 1899

He Thanks the Cuban Assembly for Deposing Him, DECLARES HE DID HIS DUTY. Havana, Muroh 13. Gouoral Muxf too Gomel Inn Issued tho following itatomont to tho Cuban pooplo and army: "Jty the use of the mpromo facul ties with which it Is ondowed tho as sembly, representing tho army only, ban deponed mo a commandor-ln -chief of tha Cubiin army, which ffrado It conferred upon mo during tho last war. Ai commundor-ln -chief I ulwuys fol lowed tho dictate of my bout oon loleuco and tho call of groat national Deeds. I endeavored In all clroum itanooH to fulfill my duty. "The assembly consldor tho fact that I do not aid In lt efforts to rulso loans wlilch later would compromise tha groatest financial and political In toroats of Cuta to bo an act of lusub ordination and of want of respect. The primary causa for the action taken against mo U my conviction that Cuba should begin tho oxorcluo of Its sovorolguty, as a ropubllo of union knd concord, proclaimed at Monto Crlsto and sustained unimpaire...

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 March 1899

Do not think for alncle moment that consumption will ever uriko you sudden Dlow. it aoes not come mat way. It creeps Its way along. First, you think It Is a llillo cold; nothing but a little hack. Ie cough ; then a little loss In weight: then a harder couch; then the (ever and tbo night sweats, The suddenness comes when you have a hemorrhope. Better atop the disease while It la vet creeplne. loucanao itwitn You first notice that you cough less. Tho pressure on the chest Is lifted. That feeling of suffocation is removed.- A cure Is hastened byplaclngoneof Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest. A Book Froo. It Is on tho Diseases of the Throat and Lungs, Write urn Frmaly. If yin have any cnmnlnlnt irhatevor nttU ui-ilrii tho buit mcillriil advice you i ran ioniillt!y rocelve. wrlto tho doctor I fn-Aly, Yon will rnrmve euroiuptriui7,g Hlllliill.tUBli 41'Uin'Bti D1C, J. 0. 4.YKU, Lowell, Haas. Btrnnge Funeral Customs, In nn Interesting history of his par Ish, the Itov. Jainos...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 March 1899

The chances are nine in ten that the office boy will bring a cake of Ivory Soap if sent for "a cake of good soap." But be sure of it. Each cake of Ivory Soap is stamped 44 Ivory." IT FLOATS. Farmers' Corresponttonce. HOOTIl. Thursday very warm, Friday rory windy, Hutui'diiy very sioimy, ruin, hlaet ml smw, blowing from iioithwest; hard on oat tlit. Farmers were preparing to eow outs, but bnvo concluded to wait till winter breaks. However, wo leum that Uuole Jimmy I(andlt) Litis Hlroiidy sowed oats. Uunle James Is uettliif; rutkless ulnco to purchased 3 CO iioivs of luml 11ml la bound to get rich if it takes this last dollar. 8omo grip in our coininunity, Mrs. D. . Tuukor bus htm very slotc from a second attack uf rip. Mrs. Henry Stocking ling beou quite kick but is dome better, J. B. Dunn nnd Jim Fhiloy started south lust Thursday with their now pho tograph cur, 11. oy expect to stop ut Knli1, Okluhoma. Two weeks ago wo attended closing ex ercisoa of Excelsior school, taught by Iv.l...

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