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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 March 1899

tftfi avrV irO THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF Till. I'KiU'i.io PARTY OP RKNO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, K .ANNAN Til I7 US DAY. - MARCH 23, 1899. OL. 0. NO. 20. BRYAN A NO DRLnONT. ffbolr lleecut Corre-poudeuco Gives to lb Public. ' Chaittanoopa, Tenn., March 21. W. J, llryun Monday gave out Mie follow ing1 ooi-rt-spomlence, having Ibpen noti fied that It hud not 'been made pwb Ho by I.Mr, .Itelinoiit, '.Mr. Hryun staled thait he liud nolli'lug to auy a'bout the taoitter, (but Unit the oarrettpomk-ii.e apuke ior liueU: "Ohwmpalgn, 111., March 16. Hon. Perry iicliiiont, l'renllent Democratic Club, Nw York-ea.r Kir: I re elved ft few luy iiijro the fallowing telegram; " '.New York, March 8.-aion. W. J. Bryan, (Lincoln, Nrt.s In arranging the tonaU and rfsponw at the hn li quet of the Democratic Clu'b on Jef ferson's lli'Milaiy, April JJl'li, 'Hie com au4tte la moat desirous, If your en jfuipeimcn'ta will permit your a t tnl nce, .to have you mltvt mich snlijeut a you prefer to dlwnisn In your owe iwa...

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 March 1899

THE GAZETTE, B. 0, NETTLKTON a CO, B.O. Nm'LITOM. Eil OUTCniNSON, KANSAS KANSAS nilMSOF INTKIlESt. Genuine spring weather would be Welcome visitor. Ilethuny College at Llndsborg, It sow free from debt, A Stanton county man cdshod la his broom corn orop for 81, BOO, It Is hard to find a Kansas town now that in not groaning over a houso famine. Attorney Cullalion of Montgomery county has sturted a campaign against Jolntlsta Owing to the insufficient tax levy, the state treasury Is expected to run dry In May. Thirty sheep nro lilllod for the Sun. day dinner of the old soldiers at tho Home ut Leavenworth. Ottawa thinks It has reached tho degree of guyety whero It caii sport and support a lodgo of Kllin. Splnul monlngllls Is epidemic In Leavenworth county, the dlHcuNO start" ing Junuary !Mh. Thcro have been fourteen death. XIio construction of tho addition to the Topeka Federal building, for which 873,000 ha been appropriated, will begin May 1, Galena Is putting us street slgnB nnd havin...

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 March 1899

SUPERIOR TO COIN. GOVERNMENT PAPER BETTER THAN COLD OR SILVER. liletory Proves That Paper Money In Time of Wr or Peace la Much Su perior to Tlint of any Motal Vied Money. Ttie concluding paper in the Intensely Interesting1 nnd unusually instructive cries on "Napoleonlo Finances," from tlio pun of ex-Congressman John Davis of Kansas, appears in a recent issue of the Omaha Nonconformist. It will bo considered good reading1 even by those who have not had the pleasure of see In (f tlio other papers In tho series. . Mr. Duvls' "Concluding Observations" are as follows: In looking over the ground of tho forcgolug discussions it will be seen tlmt Nupoleon's fiuanolal policy was the most comprehensive and furreuch ing of his temporary expedients. It enabled Franco to treble the number of her troops and thus to bring into the Held a million men, while the bur den of supporting them fell upon the conquered countries. This was a mag nlflccnt expedient while it lasted, but when the conquered cou...

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 March 1899

tfoutcb.nson (Sasette. HaUmi at the eoatoflloe In Halolilaeoei, laneei a Mooud olaee matter. K.O. NCTTLETON CO. Preerlelert. tans or duiMiimoHi suo raTM C. E. SIDLINGKR, TlioDruggiot fenorlptluDB a Specialty. ' North Main Street Hutchinson Spain appears to bare got the best of tbe barialn at Parts. Sbe baa tbe iwace promised and will aoon net the 10.O00.00O. while we bave neither Deaoe nor the rhllipplnea. Tbe Span tub are not much aa lighten but they art great on a dicker b tut e Journal Tan Ottawa? County Iudex aaya Don't crowd. Tbla la a big world and there la room enough for everyone, and living, too, for all If they will "dig" (or it. When you become punotl up vain and glorious, and fuel like iunnlr.g all competitor oil the earth, visit the cemetarv and remain an hour In uieui Cation." This la good advice but like the solden rule It will not be very closely followed. Attouniy General Monet of Ohio, and the Standard Oil company are at deadly war a new thing for a re futilloun at...

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 March 1899

J)R.J. W.MAOUIRB, BPKOIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose nnJ Throat. GUh.m BflntllWlly Ailjunlnd. Offloa In III luuto T.mpla, HuluhlnMu, Kauaaa, LOCAL HO PEttAONAL. W. J, Church, who has run lb LUtle Joker photograph gallery has moved to JPratt. Another overcoat Iroui a Santa Fe Train waiting for supper waa stolen laat Friday. Hon. J. A DeUiird waa In the city Monday on iiia way to Topeka where tie expected to Jjiu tue fxcurtlou to Port Arthur. The Ore titpm taunt waa called to the Santa Fe block by trouble with a gasoline stove Tuesday noon. No damage waa done. The Radix house, the leading hotel in Uurrton, was burned list Friday. The Ore atartei In the stable and com municated to the other buildings. Senator Frank Field went through tbla city Monday night on bla way to Topeka to attend the session of the aeuato to try the Stuart-Futloon con teat. 15. E. Morgun, living west of town met with a serious accident Monday. He caught bis arm In a corn shelter and much of the flesh waa ...

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 March 1899

Utknown Number of Lives Lost In the Windsor Hotel, FORTY INJURED, MANY FATALLY Nsw Yoiiit, Maroh 20 I.tttlo pro- was made to-day la removing i debris of the Windsor hotel Are, tn Hit effort to discover the bodies that ar supposed to lie burled there, All mnr lonir ovor 200 moa iaooreu as web as the mlity, muddy, (teaming an of broken stonos, twisted Iron ml crushed brick would admit, A hoary, stifling vapor arose continual ly, retarding progress of the workers ad keeping tliom for the most part way from tlio cantor of the ruins. Up to midnight no bodies had boon ataovered, and no moro deaths from iajurlos reoolved at the fire were re farted from the hospitals, but a num ber of tho Injured wore still In a ser ious condition, The donth list rumalm the same 1 4 nd tho list of missing has boon re faced to 4-as a number of thoso pre viously unaccounted for reported In aerson or hud boon looutcd by friends.- Nw Yoiik, March 1C Flames which originated from the Igniting of laeo curtain burs...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 March 1899

to." A political dark bore lit tort of fclghtmare to the other In the race. ORKIOHNT UOTI KCHtftA trniNOR, ARKANIAt, Opens February Mrd, la tliflOsark Moun tain!. Delightful ollniato, Beautiful' eoen ry. Unequaled meillolnal waters. Cheap icnrilou rate, Through tleepera via . Vrltoo Line, Adress J, O, Plank, Man. fer, Room II, Area Jo, Century Iiulldlnr, tr rrl.oo Ticket Oflloe, No. 108 N. Broad yij, HI, Louis. The (Hsqueting ralorobo of lov. gives the old bachelor a wldo berth. Sire, Wlaalaw'a aeiklag Uftmp for ahllilrt n tiotiln,ofni t aruma.rMluma Inftaaa etloa, allays mIu, ourna Miud olTo. It ula a IwUto Our mistakes contribute muoh to the wlNilom of others. KnaVnla la guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia and Indignation. It oontulni new rameillea that dlgoataUtruby food. Wo. AUdrugglaU, The niim who Indulges In too many horns Imbibe coi nucoplouuly, 100 Reward, 100, Theraadnrs of tbla paper will be pleased to learn thai lliore la at leant one dreaded disease that aolunna hue born able ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 March 1899

r w r-- IVORY SOAP PASTE. In fifteen minutes, with only a cake of Ivory Soap and wdtet, you can make a better cleansing (paste than you can buy. Ivory Soap Paste will takepots from clothing; and5!!! cleat, carpets, rugs, kiJ cloves slippers, patent, enamel, russet father nnll canvas shoes, leather belts, puftited wood-work and furwtture. The special value of Ivory Soap in this form arises ifrom the fact that it can be used with a damp sponge or cloth to detnae many articles that cannot be washed because they will not stand the free applica tion of water. DIRECTIONS WR MAINa-T ons pint of boWt weter aifd ornd one-hsirount.s fons-eiurter o Ihe ifMll lln cM of So. p cut In shavlnes, Ml vtilmMi thofOUKhly dlolvJ. 'hemovt Hum lha ana cool In oxwwtHnl -sWiss (att.M), .MwUiestp w I411MHIi(ii' nxmii nil -ihi saocTis a mmM9avmmmti Farmers' Corresponrhnce. TODKK. Willie Duke uiutlu a llyiiirwit Lere last Friday, He is working ui a oiitllo rnnoli in Mol'heraon ('utility. , The resignation of H...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 March 1899

?K,' -v !' hiatrlniil v ,' . "L J" HtMN OP TIIK PKOPLE'8 PARTY OP RENO COUNTY. VOL. 0. lUITOIII N SON, KANSAS. TFllTIiSDA. MARCH 30, 1899. NO. 30. m TT T t r t rr mnnmum iXhXirV ririlTTMr 1 iUl IU 1 lull 1 111 U. A Thro Tinvm' Raffia with ft, Tlir0 .DayB Battl Wlth tha eoea near Manila. rilVCTftV ivn me ur iwirrn rUASTON AflD HIS MEN LNCACED. Tliev Hwlm Illvor lu lb Vmc ol lb ICueiny, Who Arc Driven Hack With Heavy Low -'lbs Killed aud WouudvJ. Manila, IMareh 28. A thousand Flli- )lno, comixmlng the rear fc-uard 0j the rtlbel army which 1 relreatlno- on AIlolos, 'Agulnaldo' heudiiuurter. wans a mumi Monday lu nomu alrong , uvrtrill-IIIU-ul U'UOUt .Man 10, UUl'OitO the Murllo river. In the engagement, ix wmeneun were killed, Including three officer, unci forty were wound ed. The American force advanced from Meyauyan, thcbrlgade commanded by (Jeuernl 1IIurrIao.11 Ciray OtJu belug on the left of 'the railroad end General Jlmle' on t.he rlghl. They eventually decerned white roof mid ste...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 March 1899

THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NKTTLETON A CO, E. 0, Nstti.itoh. ltd. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF I NT K REST. I There I really notliincr in a name, iMlw Lizzie Weyler, wlio lives out In Dickinson county, wan happily mar ried HiIn week. , . . . . A A Topetta bride of three montlis hiu begnn to make her husband sweep tho porch and bring In the olotlioi utor the week's washing. : Spring Is here, according to the tlmcv table; but any one with a memory a year long knowi that this weather In not tho real spring article. The need of a Are department Is felt at Humboldt. No town of 1,700 Inhab itants and over should bo without some means of fighting Uro. The proper form of venting malice t present Is to have your enemy ar rested on a oriminul chargo. Kunsu ! doing Its shuro of Hi Is, which U nu-tlon-wldc. Highland's creamery has been obliged to shut down on account of tho condition of the rouds. Drivers of milk routes liuvo lcurnod this season what real grief In. A Kansas boy who Is with tho Tw...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 March 1899

JWii&i 1 . g&SP STATE OWNED RAILWAYS THE PROBLEM IN IRELAND AND INDIA. The Lleutenaal Governor of the North WhI rroTlno Dltouuci I'rlTte and Public Owned Hutlwnys In Nome of ' England' Colonic, nod MUowbwrt. ,- ... A correspondent writes: "Your edi torial on the Irish railway problem Is most timely. The railway companies which are operating in Ireland have j plotted out the rlclior sections of the island, and in those sections are levy, ing 6uch excessive rates that the pro--duoers are discouraged and oven forced to emigrate. In the poorer districts no railways will cvor be constructed by private enterprise. What Ireland requires Is state ownership with mini mum rates, so that if no profits aro arncd on a poor sootioa la the con gested districts the Btirplus earnings in prosperous dlstriots, such as Meath, Limerick and Cork, may bo used so as to return an avorago dlvldund of, say, Sor 3 per cent on the entire Irish sys tem. At prestnt the enormous charges levied on the trans...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 March 1899

TlDutcbiaoon Ga3cttc. 'blared t the po.toffloe In Hutohlnion, Kansas m seoond alut matter. l.a.NCTTLETON a CO. rserlsters. htm or 4umiptiiIi li.oo pin Via ram C. E. SIDLINGUR, TlioDraggist rjeaorlptiooi a Speulalt. Worth Mai d Street Hutchinson "TnBin 1 no luxury so sxpenslvs caustto tongue. A steam yacht sod private car are econemloal Incoinparl on," says John J. Iuali. What prodigal man John has been. In Tin appointment of Johnson as judge of one of the judicial districts up In the noitheast part of the State Is another evidence ot tractabllity of our Sunday school governor to Applejack Cy. All the decency of the district was opposing Johnson. If Eagan will give the names of the "gentlemen close to the president" wbo forced him to make contracts at their dictation, no one would object to a light advance In his pay. But he must prove lt.-Kausas City Times. Wh don't understand why Mark Hanna bad to taice bis president clear down to Georgia to tell him what be bad to do for the next ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 March 1899

jQR.Vw, MAOUIRB, BPKOIALIST, .n Diseases of Kyo, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. OUsms Sdentlnralty AcljuslmJ. Olio In lit onto Temple, lluulilnson, Ksusae. LOCAL AMD PBaAOMAL. Mm. It. B. Draper Is visiting near Arlington with reUUvn. LaryL. Smith has brouuht suit for divorce from big wife Hiith E. Smith. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Illiner, of South Hutchinson on Thursday, a daughter. A new grown s ore whs opened up by J, 1' Shunk Friday at the comer of Main and Fourth. Mloi Lllllun Little, who bun been dangerously a'ck, on Iblrd Avenue East, la recovering Miss Alloe Heuerllg itarted Satur day for Sylvia where she will apend -few days with relatives. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gardner Friday, a ten pound son. Mr. Gard ner Is cook at the Delmonlco restau rant. Mr. Arthur V. ICaganof th's city re ceived the appointment of ald-dfl-cuiup on Governor Stanley's staff with the rank of lieutenant colonel. Some of the ladies of Hutchinson "will give a hall at the Auditorium Apill 7th. The proceeds to go to ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 March 1899

iillTif United States Troops Rapidly Near ing the Enemy's Capital, 45 KILLED AND 145 WOUNDED, i Overmmie Or .at (HxtaulM eod. Vlclil VllHiilljr MnUbuii sod, I'olo rireil- rlllluiM Kvneunte Town mill Kle Niirlhwiiril Mo Arthur rushing; for ward KaoliUf. ' Manila, March 37. The Amorloium late advanced along till) till of tho Dagupnn railroad, , driving tlio till "pinoa from Mulliilil and Now Cunayun, where there were 3,0I)U Inhabitants. toss ill if ht tliu bi'lirailuH of Uenorul IlorrUuii Cray Oils mid liimural II ill 0 m-amped In tho unuiny'it tronohos ut Mew Cmiuyun and Hint or Oouorul Wheaton ut Miillntii. (lencrul Whoatou'N brigade funned a junction with tho romuliiilur of Uon oral MucArthur's dlvUlou .it Miillntii and tliu two, leaving (luiiernl Whuuton there, marched uloiif the railroad to New Canuyun, This plueo wiih furtl led ami for IKIO yards from It there were tranches on cnoli side of the track. These wore taken possession I by the Aim-rleun troops Tho movo went of tho Amc...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 March 1899

lla is ixiier s oarsawrn Before Varsapartlla wcr c known, years ago. it began . its worn, omcc then you can count the sarsa-parillas by the thousands with every variation of imita tion of the original, ex cept one. They, have never been able to im itate the quality of tnc pioneer. When you sec siiiers on a bottle of sarsa-' parilla that is enough; you can have confidence at once. If you want an experiment, buy anybody's Sarsaparilla; if you want a cure, you must buy 9 . v .l; ,kttty Tt.- t mm i v sit r m&, o Mm r IF m- ... rrx" rs The Sarsaparilts ipqicIi made Sarsaparilla famous GET YOUR HONEY'S WORTH. Bicycles s Give riders that satisfied feeling that comes from the 2 knowledge that they have the best Made by ttie POPE MFG. GO. Means Satisfaction. COLUMBIA HIV CHAINLESS, $75 fni minii nunu uncci c fen 4 faULUfllDIH Ullrlin HnLLLO, JU JUVENILE BICYCLES In all lzaa, from $20 to $23. I HARTFORD BICYCLES, - - $35 L VEDETTE BICYCLES, 525 and $26 1 Aik any Colum Dealer lor Catalog, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 30 March 1899

'I Cheap washing soaps and powders, too, With alkali are strong; The dire destruction which they do Is sure to show ere long. But Ivory Soap will never hurt The fabric, howe'er tender; It makes short work of stain and dirt, But no work for the mender. conmiMT thi angaria oamuli oo owoiaaan Farmers' Corresponchnce. YllllHl Tun many frifinlH of Mr. hiii! Mid. II. D, Freeman will Iih ulaJ t.u knuw tlmt they buvo rctiunfil limno fr in b four months' tay al Hot ii inys itml tlmt Mm Freeman's health Is greatly Improved, Charley Murray lias n-iniui'il home from a four weeks' tour In lli Stiip. It la about time to now outs now. Ralph Getter and wife of Abliyvllle, visited friends here t It id week. Lizzie Johnson closed a bI nionl Iih ahool lit the Daisy school house lat Friday. Some suppose it will be "Long' before she teaches '.tuotlier term. Will lloailley anil mother nf 15iotli, were the guest of Mr. anil Mrs 13. F. Tucker lust Sunday, i Mr. and Mrs. D. F, Swandar will oel. brnte their ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 April 1899

Ml' hUtorloal TUK OFFICIAL OMAN OP THE PEOPLE'S PAHTY OF RENO COUNTY. IIUT01IINSON. KANSAS, TUCJUSDAV, APRfL 6, 1899. VOL. 9. NO. 31. SPRING ELECTIONS, MoKIbsoii, Republican, Dofoatod for ' Mayor hi ClovoluuU, Ohio. A REPUBLICAN COUNCIL ELECTED, Deinoerat Loo lu CIiicIiiiiuII Where Ihe llopubllrHii Tliket lleeolvrtl a Plurality uf 7,0(10 -ICIetllou In Oilier l'litcm. Clnclnnntl. 0,. Anrll 4. The elec. tlone In Ohio Monday were freiiernl 'or municipal and township oHic on. While iooal inane usually conli'iil theiie prlnjj elections, jet there were oilier Influences In ome places Monday. At Cleveland lliere wn a. decisive Democratic victory on the he ml of the ticket only, but It was not due. alone to the local oppoNltlon to tMiiyor i.Mo Xlaslon for a llilrd tenn. MvKltmon last year was tlio candidate of tho ' hnltlng1 Ilepulillriiiii and the Demo crats In the legislature niriilimt Sena tor Ilannn. At Columbus, a Republican mayor ,wai elected for the flm time In twelve years. k 'At Cl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 April 1899

iisiil 1 JVmorlcan Army Has Entered the Filipino Capital. TAKEN AFTER A FIERCE BATTLE M lTg Number of Americans Killed or Wounded Hull I Lasted Two and One-Half Hours Insura;anfe Fired lh Clt? M Ihey Kraeu lad It and Ara Now lu Y Full llatraal North. Manila, April 1. Major Oonoral MaoArthur ontored Malolos, tho teat f the so-called Insurgent government, stf half pust 0 tills (Friday) morning, tho rebuts burning the city and simul taneously evacuating It. Tlioy are low lu full rctrcut toward tho North, whore Agulnuldo and the cabinet have keen for two day. The army rested last night In tho Jungle about a mile and a quarter from Mulolos. Tho day's advance bo fan at 2 o'clock and covorod a distance f about two and a half miles beyond tho Oulgluto rlvor, along the railroad. The brunt of the battle was ou tho right of tho traok, whore tlio enemy waiappnroutly concentrated, The First Nobruska, First South Dakota and Tenth Pennsylvania rcgl meat encountered thorn entrenched on the border o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 April 1899

i I 3 i I 1 -.11 s O Wbta man and womn marry, Ilher kit kin or her has to b slda (racked, ant) It Ir uaually his. It Is "lmposslblo to dostroy oourage liy pluuklnu; it up, ICnskola la KiinrnntuAd to euro ryspplii ami liiiliKHHtiiin, It I'ontHliiH nw romuiliKu that dlgoHtaliirchy food, lftu, Alldi'iigirta, ''or bni'Ic lire (tempo uiul whitewash tlio trees. Dropsy trcntcd free by Dr. II, H, Green's Sous, of AUunta, On. Tho frntrnt drojwy Bnoditlliits In tho world, lead their advertisement In unulbei' column of this paper. T)iu lll-ftirt waiter in often i-cspousl-bio for tlie poorly fed gueat, BsJsor's Heed Corn. Doin ynnr send corn tout, Kro. Farmer! Bslsor'a dues it'i northern grown, early and good for 80 to MO liu. per acre I a Hand tlila notice and Kto for H uorn' samples and low prices to John A. Bulger Hood Co,, I.a Crowe, Wla, w. a. The publisher of ft couilo pnpor aliould keep all liU wits about him. Drafuota Cunnot Da Cured by lorttl upplli'UllimH ua limy rnnuot reach the amiu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 April 1899

,4. Ibutcbinoon (Sa3ette. Enured tt tha postoffloe In nutohlnson, Kansas second olsas mutter. errsrr I.Q. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. OHMS Of dlUSCSIITION, l,00 PKYA C. E.'SIDLINGER, Tfre Druggist Fjescrlptloni. Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Wireless telegrapby bus sustained practical test. Wireless politics, how ever, Is still remote. Dispatch Toi'BK A bad three tickets Id the Deld. Republican, democrut and populist and till are for city ownerslilp or water works. Detroit Is Just completing arrange mentfl for the cltv to own and operate its street chi- lines. TLIs Is mulnly the work of one man. I'inpree. Get two streaks of rust and a rlht of way: then attach It to Wull (street and wind the business up witu re celvers. Some say ll.ere !s money In It -K. 0. Times. GovEitNOit Stanley returned from l'oit Arthur on Tuesday, but on Wed nesday Im feet bi-Kitn to Itch again, mid be went to Mimas City, where he reviewed a lot of cadets, a Sunday school organization. He Is back In T...

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