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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 April 1899

J)U. W. MAOI'IHK, HPKClALIrST, n Diseases of Kye, Ear, iNoso anJ Throat. fllamoiSclnntlnVally AitJuHti-tt. OUioa In Ma uula Temple, lluuililn.on, Knum. LOCAL A BID FERMOS At,, Earl Alters or Stafford In Hutchinson Friday. wits i visitor Miss Mantele of HalHtead Is vlaitlnp; with 13. Mantele and wife. The only April fool we heard of was the band concert, It Is Homewhat winterlsh still fur people to ntity about 'the stree.s even If It is prll. Charles Van trmloleol U irrton, was oparated on siicoessfudy for sivendlol tli at the 8.e.vart llonplul Hie tlist of the week. Harvey . Edwards of .Topeka and Geome Fennywell of Kansas City ar rived here as Inmates of the Kuforma tory Friday. The former for burglary, the latter for perjuiy. J. V7. Tedtord formerly local Santa Fe agent at Hutchinson, hus bson )romoted to assistant genentl freight ugent of the entire Sinta Fa system with headiiuarters at Chicago. An f ffort Is now to be made to reor ganize a company of the Kansas Na tional Guard I...

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

THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NKTIXETON A CO, B, 0. Nutti.itoK. Kd. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. anms 1'ii.vs or iMritbS'A I Qniml millinery openings are all tlio rngo In Kunsas this week, Already some men ore announcing thulr candidacy fur county olllcoa, , A Fulls City man linn luul tlma to whlttlo o violin out of a curly maple board. , At Arltnnsus City thore M'O 3.4HO pcoplo registered In alii 1 ,474 men and 1,00(1 women, ' Lnnl ..., tinill llAltn OUII1U IMLU UY nicvi .. t J put up for the accommodation of those ivlin rrn liilltvaril at Cuwkur. ... D- , I Tlio rcnl truth nbout tlio wheat In HoutliRrn Kansas Is Hint about fifty for cent of it Is a complete, failure, It 1a mid, Wel'is-Furgo F.xprcss company will establish an oflleo nt Hullnii and go af ter a sliuro of tlio business which (foes to tlio ruclda Topeka In In great trouble Bfjiiln. Charlotto Crane' beauty did not cap turo the War dupurtmcnt snlllolontly to save her lover, Mn.lor Hood sends cuttle to Kansas City which top the market. There...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 April 1899

fl DICK RODNEY; CHAPTER XIX.-(Contlnued.) "Hullo!" said Tom Lonibourne, sud denly looking aloft, as the topsails flapped and shivered; "she's yawning or steering wild; what Is that Span- lard about?" "But, where Is he?" addod Carlton, as we now missed Antonio from the wheel; "Antonio, where are you?" "Gone overboard, I hope," exclaimed the second mute, with something more that need not be repeated, as he rushed to the wheel, and, after making It re volve a few tlmos rapidly, he filled the sails and steadied tha brig. This was done Just In time, for the Eugenie bad a press of canvas on ber, and, had she been taken aback, the conso iienceg might have beon serlouB, "Look about for tho skulking lub ber," said Lamborurne, In groat wrath, "and souse him well with a slush- bucket; another moment and the craft would have beon broached to!" "He must have crept behind the longboat and got Into the forecastle," auggested Carlton. 'I'll bring him up with a round turn for playing this trick," gr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 April 1899

Sweetest thing that can be seen Is a baby, fresh and clean. Dainty clothes and tender skin Need pure soap to wash them in. Nurse and mother must be sure Baby's bath is sweet and pure. Free from grease or alkalies ; Ivory Soap their want supplies. Crr'HK I'M j Ti. ri-wi u.u.v, cimi.mii Farmers' Correspondence. rHw.n . wamih. EiHTOiuGAzirrii'.: Will you allow iw spare in your pii ptr for a ili"rt lettw, im I promised to wilt to a giti.il ninny friends, uuil would I filml t 1" " through your piier. I left Nlcktnn, Kuiibuh, March Wli with iiniuli5riintHr arriving at Gulden City, MIsmwiI, March Kith, More daylight. Out through nil right ami do extra charges ou cur. Hot moved out on the fiirm the llh, which li Ave miles northwest of Golden. Found the roads generally dry hut rutty Found this county more thickly settled tliun I expeoted; there is a house to ev ery eighty acres, The country around here la all under laid with coal, some places wilhiu a few feet of the top of the ground; the v...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 April 1899

tU blatorloal looictr 1 THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PEOPLE'S PARTY OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 9. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 13, 1890. NO. 32. I W HI Representatives of Foreign Govern' ments Pessimistic About the Meeting at The Hague. GRIGGS' RULING ON ARMY CANTEENS, Pro teat from Hellainna unit Abstinence Organisations Il.ln( Pout to President Multifile Ac elist th. Deolelnn of tbt Attorney Ganartt Oar Ksport Trad. Increasing Supram. Court Adjoarns. Washington, April It. Representa tives of foreign governments at Wash Ington do not expect much of the peace confarenae which will assomble at The Hague next month. All of them are rather pesslmlstlo when the subjoot la mentioned. Said a promi nent member of the diplomatic) oorps to-day! Of all llmm thli loom, to be ths moHt oppor tune, not (or universal pouoe, but (or utilvumal war, and truly I da not son bow II cm bo anything but a question of o 'abort tlmo whin the orlatn will ooon An-I Jvout are not aaplnv taorasslvJt Inny w.j fnvor...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 April 1899

The Capture of a Filipino Strong hold Planned. LAWTON AND 1,500 MEN GO. Manila, April 0, 0:50 p. m.-The ex pedition q( 1,600 men, uutlor Major Generul Houry W. Lawton, whloh started lust nlht with the Intention of crossing Lnguna do Ituy, capturing the town of bunta Cruz, on the east 'ern iliore of the lulco, and then sweep lnf tho country to the south, consist.! of 100 picked sharpshootors, chosen from various regiments, Hawthorne's Mountain buttery, Gales' squadron, throo I 'oiii of the Fourth cavalry, unmounted, with bronchos and tap pans, battalion of the Fourtoouth In fantry, Llnok's battalion of tho First Idaho Infantry and Fralne's battalion of tho First North Dakota Infantry, umlur General King, Tho flotilla of twenty canoes, towod by tugs and convoyed by tho gunboat Lsguna do Hay, Oosto and ltapldan, and prccodud by tho launch containing General Lawton and General King, startod from Sun I'edro Mucutl, on tho river 1'uslg, moving toward the lake Just as ovenlng was sotting I...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 April 1899

In the matter of usefnlneia women rank men omewhere along with door taata, Btati or Oaio, Crrv oriWJtoo, l Liidjti Cotisrrr, I . Frank J. Cheney nmke oath that he li the eenlor partner ef llua fliui of F, 1. Cheney Co., doing ouelnr In the t'lty o( Toledo, County end Elate foreeld, end tlml eeld llrm will puy U mm of ONU HUNUICKl) HOLLARS for each and every mm of Catarrh that cannot bt eurd uf lb una of Hull's Csurrh Cur FIIANK X CJIENT5Y. Bworn to before in and euuaorlued In m? preaeno. IhlsoiBdaj of Docembeir, A. D. low, (blAfc. A. W. ULCABOrJ, v Notary Public. nan Bii.rrii wim im loll dlreotly on lh blood and mueoui aurfaoei of lb sielera. tend for wuiliuonlal, free. T. 3. CHENEY 00., Xolede, 0 Hold by Drugglsta, 760. lill,li'uili,Mlllr-Ui bMi ' There ii no harm in a man being In advance of hit age providing he hat money enough to live on until his age catohe up with him. 1 1 HAUNTS IN THE WILD WOODS" And Oaf Flnee far liuw Oatlaj Either or both, can be found along the linn of th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 April 1899

Ibutcttnaon (5a3cttc. entered t tha postoflloe In Hutohlnsoa, Kansas - as second class mutter. B.O. NETTLETON a CO. Proprietor. famul or (stiasoaipTioil, 1.M viiTia C. E. SIDLINGKR, Til Druggist jVescriptlons a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Is tub Pennsylvania legislature oris hundred and seventeen members voted In favor of election not only United States senators but also presi dent and vice president by a direct vote of the people. The change will coin around In due time when the people overcome their prejudices In (avor of .ancient and obsolete customs. Olathe Tribune. According to tho Urltlsh Reform Almanac for 181)8, published In Liver pool, the average wealth of 0140 per cent of the people of Great Britain Is only $5.00, and this la not socialism or anarchy or communism, but good, straight, unadulterated, clnistlan civil ization. Any ono of the above 'iBinB" would utterly ruin the poor people of England. They now have every reason to be satlsflod with their present a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 April 1899

J)!U. W, MAflUMH, .a Dlncaucs of Eye, Ear, Noso anJ Tlirout. OUmea Brlimtlfleally Adjusted. OUloa In Ma uiilu lemiilu, Miituliln.uii, KuniM, LOCAL AND I'EUAOHAL, Xuzetta Albon Iibb entered suit In 4he district court for divorce from her diusbund d Albon nd auks for all mooy, Jamoi llutoliliiHon, a boy formerly an Inmate of Ilia reformatory, out on jiarole was arrested In Kansas City last week impacted of shoplifting or bur t i lary a be bud a quantity cf Que .clothes lie wmi trylinr to llpuse of. James and Clurence Kinpey were 4riedln the district oourt lust week In Abe district court on charge of selling Ulqiior, but were acquitted, or ratber were dismissed on mot'on of the county attorney for want of evidence. Uncle Sam fooled a number of young men at tbia place last week. It was announcod that a recruiting officer would be lime Friday to secure enlist' moms for tbe regular army. Quite a number come to enlist but tbe olllcer failed to material l.e. Edward H. ttav was tiled in tbe ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 April 1899

THE GAZETTE, E. O. NETTLETOM k CO. X. O. Nmttmtom. Ed. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, KAMA ITEMS OF INTPREIT. ' ' April 4th Kansas wu visited by a Swneral rain. ' ' P. G Tholpa, living In the neighbor hood of Irving, hai NO torn of broom corn something very few men in tliU country hold which he will soon put on the market Major Metculf of the twentieth Kan j wu, hat been wounded. Motcalf wai , a good soldier in time of poace, and it ' seems he it keeping up his reputation in time of war, There is an apiary at Syracuse from which ten to fifteen tons of honoy are taken annually. The bees who do this work must get thulr supply from alfalfa field A farmer In Burton oounty put out some poisoned corn for tho purpose of killing prairie dogs. A pigeon ato Home of the doped stuff and died. Then a performing dog belonging to a how devoured the pigeon and tho show is short a dog valued lit one hun dred dollars, The A toll I son Globe says that al leged fatal errors have been found in tho city court laws,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 April 1899

I. 4 t :s t feOUTH LACKS MONEY. 'SOUTHERN FARMERS 8UFFKR FOR MONEY FOR BUSINESS. Hectored Confluence bas not Benefited Tba Southern I'lantere and Cotton Grower! Among Whom tka Credit Syetain U Curta. , I' I Our readen have no doubt heard of the Deform dub, which baa lta head quarter on William street, next door to Wall, aud many of them doubtless ihare seen the ''sound currency" para jphlots which It ha been Issuing ilnee the beginning of tho campaign In 1808, (The purpose of the Reform olub la es tablishing it department of pltmphlets was to defend tho single gold standard and oppose the restoration of bimetal lism, and during the campaign of 1800 and afterwards Its publications were all dlreoted to proving that the supply of currency was ample; that proeperlty existed everywhere In the country, and that low prices of products were miti gated or offset by the Inorousod pur chasing power of the dollar, Tho writ lers employed by the Reform club were ; J instructed to deny every conte...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 13 April 1899

Nm . -(rl 1 1 1 pi Men who are always in a hurry, and most men are, want a soap for the toilet that will lather quickly and freely in hot or cold water. Other soaps than Ivory may have this quality, but will likely contain alkali, which is injurious to the skin. Ivory Soap is made of pure vegetable oils, no alkali, produces a white, foamy lather, that cleanses thoroughly and rinses easily and quickly. Money cannot buy a better soap for the toilet. IT FLOATS. 0WitM, IIH, b; n ltr llu.l.1.0. ..rtuUiML Farmers' Correspondence. I'tiii. Kori:, Well we believe uow that winter la al most overi Oat towing Is nearly done in this com munity. One of our neighbors, Him I'liillps ly name, Iihii got him h new ruling INter. He could not wiilt until it stonpwl freez ing io he planted Honiocnrn. We liopi' he will have n good stand and ii good crop, Old Mr. Fesrow, one of Enterprise' old settlers is very sick, ntttlmui Is the trouble. Our village will erect a blacksmith shop Monday, April 10, 1M)0. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 April 1899

rate KKM'lAh OtMAN OF TUB PKOPLE'8 PARTY OP RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. THURSDAY, APKIL 20, 1890. VOL. 9. W. 33. - SWv .stf-O IWTfiI W WWW LOOKS BADFOR QUAY. HIb Supporters Baffin to Show Blgna of Weakening. MAGEE THE FIRST TO DESERT HIM. The lliubnrf Ncuittiir lie Mm hI III Kant Vole rur U"y A Lu ol' Twenty Vole rrocllcli'd. llarrlsburg, l'u April 18. Stale So ii in or .Mngre, of I'liuuurg, who hnl steadfastly voted fur Quay for Unlud State senator, announced Inst night that lie would not vole for the ex souator to-day, mid lliut other ineiii bers from Allegheny county had ulwo cant their lust vole for (Juuy . 11c pre dicted Hint Quay would lone (wcuty Supporters, fiud fluid the prospects mo bright lor I lie election of a senator. A conference of tho Republican sen aton and member voting fur Senntur Quay wan held In the supreme court chamber lat night to consider tho letter of Senator Flynn, chairman ot the anti-Quay Republican organiza tion, HnfiCStllty that a committee of on...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 April 1899

TO IE l REUS War Department Decides to Enlis Some Ablo Bodied Redskins. FEW VOLUNTEERS RE-ENLIST. WiBifiKaTON. April 17. Tho war do nartment hit entered on a now de' partnre In rogurd to enlistment, In directing that ablo bodied I mil a in be recruited for the regular army. Word to thin elToot lias boon lent to tlie Car lisle Indian luhoul and to recruiting station In tlio Wont. Bovoral year ago the war department dooldcd that the experiment of limiting soldier out of Indium wan a failure, and tho few companies of red UIds that hud bean formed were mus tered out of the service. It win found that Indians did not take kind ly to the rigid discipline of military life, and had a habit of running off to join their fumlllos whonovor they fait ao inclined. The Intention in regard to the now Indian recruits Is to send thorn to Cuba, I'orto Rico and tliu Philippine, i where their superior knowledge of scouting and woodcraft would be of considerable benefit to the whtto soldlors. They will be...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 April 1899

.V SDK i it 'I,' t f 1 h" d Tb groan pood man g enertUr flndg green horn rip for blowing. The Opeolgg of the CU India Baaervatloa J 7 proclamation of tho President of United BUUm, the Ute Indian res ervation In loutbern Colorado will be opahd for settlemont at noon of May 4, 1199, It comprise! 600,000 seres of arable mesa land, which baa long been conaldered the most doitrable in the atate. For free pamphlet,' (1 vim complete Information, addreia 8. K, Hooper, Qenoral Passenger Agent D. ft K. 0. It R., Denver, Colo. Always provide for the wont the beat 1 able to provide for ltsolt , . NTS HersieneiitlirOured, NoataoraerTeusiieeaaHef rat dar'ama el Dr. Kilos a Or eat Neree Heetorer, nd lor VRKB l.(IO trial boll la and treatise, e II. U.kLlni7Lul.,e,Jl Aruta St., flilledelulila. W The bonds of friendship are Very often formed of flimsy threads ' ' For the Whole Family. A ssfs, eure, purs, tisrfeot medletns tor 111 tho family, iWiw Candy Cetliarllo, trlna allu, pre serve bealiu In lbs ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 April 1899

Ifoutcb.ncon 5a3ette. Baterad at tht postoffloe Id Hatohlnsoii, Kansas m teooud olui matter. 1.0. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. riBMt Of dOBiOBIPTIOM, PMlIU ONf 'U'L ABEi C. E. SIDLINQER, Til Druggist FienoriptlODS Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Someone please Rive ofllolsl Infor mation as to bow many times the American troops In tbe riilllpplnes Lave captured the last Insurgent stronghold. Bomb wag of an attorney says of Stanley's court of vlHltatlon, which Is composed of big men, that viewed be low tbe belt It Is the most generously endowed court organized In Kansas. Anotiiku time tbe United States Supreme Court has brave'y stood up for Its friends, the railroads. Gov ernor Tlngree's Michigan law, provid ing for one thousand mile tickets to be old. at a reduced rate, and good for two years, has been declared "uncon 6titutlonnl,"on the ground that It is "Improper Interference." W. Eugknb Stanley got bis dander ouBlderably "riz" luat week. Kansas tiasbeeu twice "redeemed" and n...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 April 1899

J)IU. W. MAOUlItR, Hln;ClAL.II3T, .n Diseases of Kye, Kur, Nose an) Throat. Glass's Scltmtinally AilJuMn. OfflM In Mi milo Tempi, HuuihliiHtii, KtutM. LOCAL AND FEftAOMAL, Jude Tbeo. Botkln will deliver the memorial address at Nlckerson, deoor Mtioo day. Next week Is encampment week In thli olty and will be it busy week (or Hutchinson. It la expected to bring great crowd and great time. The trial of John Moore fir killing bla children, baa ueeu set fr the 1st of next month, and there will be special ventre of jurors for the occa sion. The city is making numerous prep' aratlons for the Scaie encampment. A grand parade with all the souool child, ren Is contemplated for Wednesday of encampment week. The wife of Win. Little applied for a divorce Tuesday morning and the at torney bad It called up and a (Mvorce grunted by ten o'clock so he could en list. Mr. Charley Hoffman of near Lang don died last week of Urlght's desease Mr. Hoffman was a young man who was very popular aud his death I...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 April 1899

THE GAZETTE. K. O. NETTLETON CO. E. Q. Nktti.H'OK. Ed. TIUTCHINSON, KANSA.v BdNBAS ITEMS OF INTKRKST. Mound City claims a particularly . iwift horse and mule mnrltot Recruiting ofllc.rs secured fifty-six man at Wichita recently, all for the . cavalry. Coffoyvllle gained 400 Inhabitants the post year. Mont of the Kansas towns are reporting Increases. An opidorala of home buying rs weeping over the state, judging from the testimony of the muny local pa pers. Pittsburg will mako an effort to have the Twentieth Kansas mustered out at that place whonover their terra of service Is over, The Kansas Cotton Mill company of Independence hns been chartered. Sooner or Inter part of Kansas will be rolton producing. The Jefferson county banks have In Individual deposits J3, 14.1,005.57, or compared to tho population of the county, 805 per capita, Including In fants, There Is no provision for a contest In a city oloctlon under the Australlun ballot law, but at Kullna one man In contesting another ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 April 1899

I fill W". TRUSTS AND PROSPERITY PEOPLE HAVE BEEN DECEIVED BY APPEARANCES. The Vr of Tht Private Trn.le For The Unequal Distribution of Wealth Are Numbered And Pablle Owner hip li Advancing. The trusts formed la 1808 represent ed ovor nix billion dollars. It wai a year of unparalleled prosperity for tho tiusts. Bradstreet aud Dunn mistook this for prosperity of the masses. They reported great prosperity among tho people, These two great commercial agencies are Wall streot Institutions. Their liouie and place of business Is there. Their associations and envir onments are there. The Information coming' to these ngenaies this wock Is all sifted through the capitalistic aleve. When they announce that the country Is prosperous It simply means that thtit small scotlon of tho country known as Wall streot, or more accur ately speaking, the capitalistic classes of the East are prosperous. It means that the have formed such now com binations or trusts as will secure to these few millionaires ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 20 April 1899

) 4i ' ) 1 7.. The housewife keeps, with greatest care, Mer dainty glass anJ linen fair, Her china and her tableware, As sweet as she Is able; And Ivory Soap's her greatest aid, Because 'tis pure and cleanly made Of things which none need be afraid To have upon the table. IVORY SOAP 4S MADE OF SWEET CLEAN MATERIALS. Farmers' Correspondince. Honey 10 cents per glass t V, .Mil Kt'b. See C. Miller for all kinds of needs. I'l.Kl KOTKS). It ia very windy todny. If it kwps It up it few days more and does not rut n it will be very dry. Already there it com plaint of t lit) ground getting hard. While talking to Mr. Campbell of Salt Creek township, lie eaid bis wheat is nil killed siul he in listing corn whom it Lad been. Also Mr. Huckleberry of the snnie township, nays he will harvest no wheat. Mr. Fesrow of Enterprise township, died Tuesday, April 11th of Hxthinu. He wag seveuty-three yeuts old, mid leaves a wife, one child and a grand daughter, Well, we can hear the anvil ring at Pekln. T...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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