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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 April 1899

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLE'8 PARTY OF BENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. THPKSDAY. APRIL 27, 1899. VOL. 9. NO. 34. A MOB'S VENGEANCE. Ooorgla the Boone of Two Horrible Lynohlngs, BODIES OF VICTIMS MUTILATED. am no. A tensed of Murder slid Out railluK a Wblla Womau. Airuutf Dp-JUg RUokland AUo Ljriirfesd. Nwnsn, G April 25. A ntro, named Sam Hose killed Alfred trail ford, a white farmer, ncur 1'ulniettu, and outraged tils wife ten days ago, Bine thai time business in tliat purl of the state ha beeu suspend, the entire population turning out In an - effort to capture lunt. lie success- fully eluded pursuit until discovered near Masoa, where he had been hiding on the farm of the June brothers, bu tween Mauon and ColiimbiiH, since tho day after he committed his horrible crime. Ill mother U employed ou tne farm, and to her little cabin he II (id for refuge. Blie fed him and eared for him, but it 1h not believed that alio knew he was being hunted for by the authoritlM). Having noticed...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 April 1899

B Sam Hoso, a Georgia' Negro, Is Burned at the Stake. BODY SLICED AS IT BURNF.D. Veiling Llk D.vlll IIH Kieeiltloneri let Him Ile Corpie U Carved Into lilt M Boavenlr. or the Kvent Negro Murdered Alfred Cranford, rernier, nml Then Out raged Hit Wife. Nkwman, Ga., April Si la tho presence of nearly 3,000 pooplo who tent aloft yolln of ilellunee and shouts of joy, Bam Hoso, a netfro who com mitted two of the bnsont aots known to orlmo, waa burnt at tho stalco In a publlo road ono and o'nohalf tulle from horo ye.torday uftoruoon. Ho fore the torch win applied to tho pyro, the negro wan deprived of hit ears, flnuera and other portions of his anatomy. The negro pleaded pitifully for his life while tho mutilation was folng ou, but stood tho ordu.il of fire with surprising fortitude. Hoforo tho body was cool It wua cut to plocos, tho bono wore crushed Into small bits and even tho treo upon which the wretch met his fata was torn up and disposed of as souvenirs. The negro's heart wui cut 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. — 27 April 1899

Yf aiUd Eloqa.n... Murhy rhwat's the mattber wld yer oye, Casey? Casey Ol've been tbryln to explain to Clancy thot bli views on tbe quUtlon of lipanulon war Intlrely wrong. New York Evenlug Journal, Dogakl. Clothe In northern China many of tbt na tives are dressed In dogskin. There are many establishments wbere dogs of ft peculiar breed are raised for their skins. Tbey art killed when eight months old. ' Public opinion is never far wrong You can cheat it for a time, but only for a time. The average life of a Mtent medicine is less than two years. I hey arc pretty well advertised, some of them, but it isn't what is said . of them, but what they are able to do which carries them through the years. lla Sarsapafi, . A (woich made Sirsipirilli famous) i has never recommended itself to do what it knew of itself it could not do. It has never been known as a cure-all in order to catch all. For half a century it has been the one true, safe blood purifier, made in the best way out of the best...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 April 1899

Tfoutcbltioon (3a3cttc. Battered at the. poatoffloa In HatohlneoB, Kansas m second olaaa matter. 1,8. NETTLETON I CO. Proprietors. tonus orduiitoaimaM, 1.00 risYau C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlio Druggist riesorlptlons a Spedaltj. North Main Street Hutchinson Tiiuhb good people of tbe Bust, and "West also, who lament the arraying of clam agalDH class In our beloved "country, should atop and think, It much a thing la possible. It is only the aarrarlng of the people against a flctl r.lous Individual, the creation of the Vwplein their collective capacity, the corporation. Tub acquittal of Bobs Quay lant "week was not altogether unexpected. Hut It was very nearly so, and of this tfact no better eWdence Is required than Cue utterances of many of the leading nepubl'cun papers of the country when rtlie evidence was publish1!!, Hut now (tie is out, a dee man, and the governor fliua attempted to vindicate htm by ap- iwiiituu him to the position to which Ttlie legislature refused to elee bliu. lluwever...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 April 1899

JQR.J, W, MAGCIRK, ." ' ' " .n Diaeoaes of Eyo, Ear, Nose anJ ' Ttiront; tH.H.ea AclentlnVnlljr AHJuitna. OUloe In Hi turtle temple, UukiIiIiimu, Karnes, LAVAL rd rratwHAi.. Frank Larabea, f tJtafford, was to town Baturiia on bunlnxu. Captain J. IJ. LeetiJHii tin tiled a pe t't on for divorcit from bis wife Lydla Leeuiao. John II. Wlur bit Mid till petition In the district court to: t divorce from - die wife Nitney Wlm. A divorce was grnutd to Mrs. Eu nice II ubbttrd from her husbaud, Ao- el IIubbMid on Friday last. The Jolitt Moor murder trial will tftrln the flint day of Mny. It was postponed to that data no account of the 0. A. It encampment. John McKbowii of Uuntsville town elilp was in the city Monday also i'eler .Spaniel who has linen a Juror an J Jene Jilaln who was here as a witness In the 1'levna injunction case. During the shower Tuesday morn In the hou-e of W. 8 Tucker, on Ninth West was struck by lightning. No one was hurt although the house was considerably damaged. .1....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 April 1899

THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NETTLETON A CO. HO. Nittliton. Ed. nuTcniNsoN, Kansas. KAK8A ITEMS OF INTFRBATt Recruiting officers tecured fifty-six 'men at Wichita recently, all for the cavalry. t ' The bond bill before the Connecticut legislature which boycotted Kansas bonds has been killed. For over forty years X. Gulttard has been postmaster of Oulttnrd Station, A hamlet In Marshall county. Coffeyvllle will get that sorghum factory provldod the promoter has the assurance that the farmers of that vicinity will putlnnt least 150 acres tf cane for delivery at the mill. A 28-ponnd buffalo was caught in the Marias des Cygnos near Ottawa a few nights ago. A stream that sports Huh of that size ought to be able to get into the rlvor and harbor bill. Kansas farmers arc busy Just now with their corn planting. Tho ground is in splendid condition for com plant ing, Most of tho wheat throughout tho state is coming out nicely, and tho general prospects are good, Tho examination at Fort Leaven, worth of a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 April 1899

A NEW CHAUTAUQUA. ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE SEC OND ANNUAL GATHERING. BnI Rpmlun In the I.nd la It Kn(i(id lid Mmijr ImproKuicuU MU la ru mot lh fciuli4rllr of llu lw JU tori In tho Jtucky Mounlalui, (Denver Letter.) A busy hum of llfu pervudes Boulder, Colorado, mid It Is on the qui Vlvn of expectation, preparing to recelvo In royally good Btyl all guests of the Texas-Colorado Chautuuqua, on July 4tli, Tho second nnuuiil meeting of this young but largo nuil out liUHtiiHtlu body will bo Inaugurated by Introduc Ins some of tlio bent pntiiotlu speakers of tlio country, by filling the air with Htnilna of moHt beautiful melody nnd ending tlio day lu u bluzo of pyrotech nlc glory. Boulder: The nnnio conjures up such delightful visions of nature's gifts. 'J'lio mighty hills llo hazily blue around thn nestling town mid waft nil nlr of Imlm' nml healing that In like ollxer to tlio tired brain and body. MountaliiH nro always deceptive nnd ono who views them from a distance eunnot know nnd npprccl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 27 April 1899

'2 The" main- uses tn which Ivory Snap Is 'applicable, make It an economical as well as a valuable soap. Snots on clothing are quickly and easily removed by an application of the foamy lather of Ivory Soap with a dampened cloth and a brisk rubbing. Ivory Soap cuts the urease and leaves the surface rubbed perfectly clean. Be sure you use Ivory Soap, or the remedy may be worse than the grease spot. IVORY SOAP IS !)4C PER CENT. PURE. flCVHIQHT iWa RV TNI SSOUTIS t QAMSU 00 OISOINSATI SCHOOL NOTES. Wm. Cole's school in District No. 87 closed last Friday. 11b visited Hit) county cpltol Monday and will shortly enter the N. N. C. The county tew.'liers' examination will be held next Saturday in the ceir tral school buildup, beginning at 7:110 a. ni. Miss Gerrgln Melzuer of the Avenue A. bnl dliiK, hand an ei joyable pro gram on Arbor Day. M ins Jen ii It) Hudson is substituting for Ella Brown in the city schools. Miss Cora Ited was married to Rush Kel'am 'ast week. May joy and plenty be the...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 May 1899

W TT THE OFPIOIAL OKGAN OP TUB PKOl'LK'8 PARTY OP RKNO COUNTY. VOL. 9. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THiJIWDVl, MAY, 4 1890. NO. 35. A RUSSIAN VICTORY. England and Russia Enter Into an Important Afrreemecit SPHERES OF INFLUENCE POLICY, II It Adopted I lis Ileal Sutilenieul, for lb Time Hvtug, or Ike "Op.u lloor" iio lluu. London, May 2. Tlie Marquis of BuiiMlmiy, prime milliliter und niiniHtei- ot lurelifii ulTuirH, mid A. J, Hull our nrtu loru 01 tlie treuaury, uiiiiocineeu Monday iu tliu liouue of lords und In the huuue of coimuoiiH, rt-Hpeclivuly tlie general drift of the Anglo-iliiHNUiu agreement regard 1ii( the upline of inilueiice of the (rovernnienL of lireut Sritulu und IIuhnIu in China, uu they nave un-euay been made, Lord Hull bury mild he hoped UiimhIu would eon eut to the publication of the text of the agreement when It arrived in few dnya. HI lordHhlp emphasized IiIh anxiety not to appear to uttueh exairuvnitod Importance to the npeclllc Htlpiilntiouii 01 tne agreement, adding: "...

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

H I DEI Awful Havoc at Klrksvllle, Mo,, by a Tornado. NINETY-FOUR BADLY INJURED. Kirhsvii.i.k, Mo., May I. Tho cor rooted Hat of thorn) klllod In the tor nado of Thursday night place tho nurabor oftlolaUy at 31. Tho list fol lows! Thoo Jlrlgham, rotlvud ruorohant, . Mr. A. It. llowumn. Son and daughtorof ltov. Mr. Albert Burr. Hub llllllngton, Both Fenthors, H-yoar-old boy. A. J. Olasco and wife- Mr. VV. W. Oroon, Miss Bosalo Groon, W. It, Howolls, student of ostoopa thy. Throo ohlldrcn of Honry Lowo. J. U. Lurktn, rotlrcd merchant Georgia La no. Mr. Cal Llttlo. Mr. John Muhuffoy, Sr. Mr. Ora Mlllon. Ml Zaru Mlllon, Ml Ann Mlllor, agod 08 years. Mr, Blue Punschott ami baby. Mr. Mary llorabaugh. Mr. If. K. Hhorburno. John G Wauvor. Mis Leona Whaley. Mr. Joe Wood. Miss Wood. The nuinbor of Injured now reaoho ninety-four, and ome of thorn are o badly Injurod that thoy will In all probability die. The loaruh among the rulna still continue. Thoso known to be tulanlup; ore: J. F. Ashworth...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 May 1899

V 1 V 7- 'V Nt1 in-. ' ; . Wt WUIlaea as Robbar, ' Emperor WUllom new plays cards xcept for very low stakes. Vet In a game with a Lelpslg lawyer, once upon time, the latter lost. 20 marki. He laughingly exclaimed: "I have got Into a regular robbers' den." Every body roared with laughter, the em peror ai heartily aa the rest. When hla majesty wai staying the follow ing year at Burly, and noticed the lawyer, ho went up to him, handed hlra a 20-mark piece let In dlnmonda, In the form of a scarfpln, and auld: "Re stored by the robbers." The Telephone In Europe, Europe's International telephone sys tem Is being rapidly extended. Within a few weeks all Swiss cities have been connected with Frankfort, and with Vlonna they will hav connection aa soon as the distance from Munich to that city aball have been Included In the circuit. Ofllce seeking grows on a man like Any other habit, Mm Be rollta. General Manager Underwood cf ttie Baltimore and Ohio Railroad has Is sued the following general ...

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

lfoutcb.noon (Ba3ctte. tntered t the poatofflee In Halahlnton, Earn M hood! olui BUttW. 1.8. NETTLtTON CO. Proprletari. hmmi or dunwrnnTie, 1.00 rnYA mm C. E. SIDLINGHR, Tlio Druggist F.-ewrlptiODi a Specialty. North Main Street Hutcblnaoo It h as been Buggeited that Captain aTWhlan ilmu Id have wired Itorllo: "I ald It It U true and I am sorry,' and left the knser to punctuate It llu Belf.-E. WnATBVKU fine mar be said of mrusls, no one would think of laying that tbej ever trust to luck, lliey gilay a sure game -Kttnsus City Timet. Alt the Insurance companies ruled out of the State by Wfbb MuNall for violating the laws or unsafe tlnanolal standing, hHve been allowed to return o do business In the Slate exoept one J'onulistB mny not always betrueproph eti, but when It comes to prophesying mrcnubllcHfiolllolHrs attitude toward an Interested corporation, It !s hard to an ins the prophetic truth. Tub defense In the case of the cheov Icullv-treated meat Is rapidly assuming 4lie form of t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 May 1899

JTJB.J. W, MAOtJlRB, HPJCC'lALiIST, .n Diseases of Eyo, Eur, Now ami Throat. tilaK.1wHrU1ntinr.ll7 AiljualtiS. OHM la Ma eiiulo lomiila, HuUiIiIiimu, Kauaaa. liWVAb AID fBHAMIIAl.. Mr. W. Chasa of Andale took la the encampment lust wek. Mr Chase Is -vemraii itiid a patron of the (Ax'tuna. l'ick pockets uot I" their work Id 4(00(1 ih.pu during the encampment last wek J. 8 Hoke seemed lu suf fer worn, loosing tHO 00. J, It Maphel ( Oiioit wu one of tbe peolal veiire of j.irurs called (or the Moure case He wade a pleasaut call m lUlit tlllov. Mr J. 11 Coimraii and Johu Auder on of 1'levna weie aiiiu. tuoeca led tut. nut chosen to act as Jurors lu tbe JMooreceov. Mr. Aruiitrouiiwho biti been farmer at tbe reformatory ever since tbe Insti tution has been la operation, resigned JMonday, to lake effect Immediately It did uot teem to be expected at tbia time. 1'rlvate Trembly of tbe Twentieth Kansas whose valor In swimming the jiver tti; Caluinpit with a rope to ferry tbe raits of troops hc...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 May 1899

THE GAZETTE, B. 0, NKTTUCTON CO. t, 0. NETTtrron. Ed. BUTCIJINSON, KANSAS wmmmmt CANBAI ITEMS OriNTrKCI'Sl . The papers appear to be chronicling fan unusual lot of petty thievery, i Secretary Coburn tlilnlti there will be three-fourth tt a wheat crop, which Un't 10 bad. Since the recent rains the wheat is waking a rapid growth and the farm era are well pleuhed with tho present outlook, , Thl late spring will compel the farmers of Kansas to crowd a big lot of work within a mighty imall apace of time ' Bclolt will have a rock pile with the ' uauul ball and chain attachment for the hoboes who itrllio town, or the erring one who transgress tho law of the lund. Ilolton will make the strongost hind of a pull to get tho grand army en campment for next year; and the town would no doubt tuke care of It In 0 creditable way. Superintendent Church hai admit ted the Boston Flro Insurance com pany to do business In the state of Kansas. This company ha a capital stock of 81,000,000. This Is Its fi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 May 1899

STATE ANTI-TRUST LAWS HOW TRUSTS ARE REGULATED IN SOME STATE. Attorney-General Grieg! hni Declared TUt . Soma TruaU and Monopolies Mutt ba Controlled by the State., but Many Have no Antl-Truet Laws. Attorney-General Griggs' recent doo taratlou that the regulation of trust and monopolies must be left to the various states rather than to tho na tional congress has lod to the Inquiry as to what anti-trust legislation Is now on the statute books of 4,he states. This inquiry lias shown that In some of the states there Is no law to control trade combinations. Maryland, Con necticut, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Massachusetts are Inohidod in these stales. The condition of anti-trust legislation Is given herewith, There are no effective anil-trust laws upon the statute- boohs of New York state. Chapter 383 of tie laws of 1897 has beon declared by tht courts of tho itato to be unconstitutional and yoid and chapter 384, of tli laws of 1807 which relates to annual reports and liabilities of offi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 May 1899

TO CLEAN CARPETS. If you have a carpet that looks dingy and you wish to restore it to its original freshness, make a stiff lather of Ivory Soap and warm water and scrub it, width by width, with the lather. Wipe with a clean damp sponge. Do not apply more water than necessary. The vegetable oils of which Ivory Snap Is made, and Its purity, fit It (or many special uses for which other soaps are unsafe anJ uns;itlUtory. OOevftlQHT I.BS IV TM, fWfllM 4 OAM.LI GO OINOINNall Farmers' Correspondence. voii:k i it. in, Everyboilj'a s''lo trees nre full uf bloom. Com is about nil planted mill the llrst planting ii Cumin).' up likely, YouVr hits ii Uf w liluelisitiiili Hhup, Mr' Giilile in lit tint iinvll, 1 hi' htnif Mini posti Mice wns robbed here lust Kriilny nlilit. There wme about live iIiiHiuh wnrlli of BluuipH taken besides sundry oilier llilii2. There neyr wlis such a tine prospect for fruit if nil kluilii except peaulics Uj we luv now. Outs nre. ruining out r icely, but when'" Ob, my ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 May 1899

KU't LUlO.lui'i stfulojtf SWA.. ASS f THK OKKM Ul. iim OF TUB PKOPLI'S PARTY OP RENO COUNTY. MlfTUIUNNOiN, KANSAS. THURSDAY, MAY II, 180i. VOL. 9. NO. 3C. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. M. UOT0IIINBOM.il. D. IIomoBopathist. Haildunoa, SlliSlidrmaii Bt, Plion ITt Oltlcti H North Main mwei, rauue idv Hutohinton, Kans. A. L. IIoi.mwAv, M.D. Hua.imiH. VirU 8, 8. Ho!.i,(iwiV,M.U Ku, sol A tul, HOLLOWAY A HOLLOWAY. Physloiaua and Surgaona, Omuii No. I North Mala Blrt. Talaplioueu Kaildouca No. 14, Offloa No. HUtCUlDuU. KaBtaa J O.MALCOLM, M.D. Homoepathlo Physician and Surgeou OlDni MoOurdy blook, ooriitr Main anC Ba.ldaiioe 119 Kirs! Avenit Kt. D 1(8. STBWAttT, 80S North Main Btraet. Dr. J. K. Bt.wart, Siirgury. Hu.olsl attun tlon to (iitoani or woraon . lr. U, A. Buiwarl Kjo, Kar, Throat and Na JImo Jnopiiriy miju.tou. JJ KIRHOK, Attorney-at. Law. Boom 1. . and 8 over Mlillmid Drug Klnre JEWELRY. TTBNUY ZINN, 'nwolcr and BHenlMo Optl XX chin, onrrlo a nal una or jnaitia an gnU watohiM, nollil Koli...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 May 1899

I if III! id Generals Miles and Eagan Get the Principal Censure. PACKERS WERE NOT TO BLAME, Washinoton, May 8. By direction f the President, who approves the findings, Acting Secretary of War Melklojohn has mmlo publlo the re port and findings of the military court appointed to Investigate tho charges made by Major General Miles, com manding the army, that the boot sup plied to tho army during the war with Spain was unfit for tho use of tho troops. The most Important foatures of tho report are: Tho finding that the gen eral' finding that the rofrigcratod bcof was troatod with chemicals was not established; that his allegations concerning tho canned frosh or canned roast beef were sustalnod as to its un suitability for food as used on tho transports and as a long oontlnuod flold ration; censure of Ocneral Miles for "error" In fulling to promptly no tify tho soorotary of war whon ho .first formed the opinion that tho food was unfit; censure of tho commissary general (then Gonoral Eugo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 May 1899

The courtship period for Ayer's Sarsaparilla passed long since, when It won the con fidence and esteem of thoughtful men and women 50 years ago. You need have no doubts, if. when you go to buy Sarsaparilla, you simply say the old name "Ayees" That is the kind that cured your fathers and their fathers before them, and it is the kind that will cure you. Other Sarsaparillas may look like it. may even taste like it, but somehow or other they haven't the knack of curing people that Ayer's has. Just try one bottle of Ayer's today. 8V.Eflffltf.. tlJ TccTuiun Dnwnn OLJ H't&l&iM&l iLLiiunu I uuvhiiv "THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK." BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDN'T USE aj mm I WHEAT WHEAT WHEAT "Nothing but wheat i what you might call a ilea of wheat," Is what was laid by a lecturer speaking of Western Can- tiln. For particular, us to routes, rail y fares, etc, apply to Superintendent of Immigration, Department Interior, Ot tawa, Canada, or to J. H. Crawford, Z14 Went Ninth Street. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 May 1899

Ifoutcbtitoon (5a3ctte. Entered at the prxtoffloe In nuUihlMon, Kanta M eeoond olut matter. ..HETTUT0N ft CO. Pro-rlelora. tlUI Or dUBWRIFTIOIf, 11.00 riR TlA A. .UNION I -.UADOJ C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tlio Druggist inscription. tjpoolaltj. North Main Street Hutchinson Jeuuy Simi'bon'b new paper at "Wichita-U called the "JBayouet." An mlnnntlv oroDer name. Jerry It about as dexterous In the art of prod frJlog as anyone In America. Tim report In the beef Investigation censured Miles and a lot of small fry officials for various crimes and mlsde nieaners In connection with the bad toeef, then exculpated the whole brood of meat packers who sold It. Good 3ieKiuley consistency. Tiik take Is that the appointments of the court of visitation which Hent I unlock Is roarlna about also mailt) Jv Leland roar. Only t!y does not liave a newMpaper. News. Yes. but Cy made his roar before the appointments were made and got 'what he wanted. Thul's always Cy's It in enough to turn the stomach of a Piute Indi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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