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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 May 1899

J)R J. W. MAtfUIRH, , BPKCIALIHT, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Tlirout. OIiih.o Sclantlflcelly Anati, OfflM la Ml mild tempi., HuUililliMn, Uulu, I.AOAL ARM rtllKtl!,, The golf craze has struck Hutchin dsoii. A Club lias uen organized and their olubi have arrived. Arraiwemeuto are now being cou aumated for the completion of the ltuildlng recently purchased for city iiall.. Tbe Ilutcliinaon & Southern an nounced that it will be running trains Jnto I'onca City, Oklu , by June 1st. Thh will wake a connection with the anta Ff. Tbls l the time of )ear for the bog jtnd chicken ordluanee and the dog catcher to get In their work. Many a cute little canine will now bave a pe riod of Imprisonment under the bed until it Is thought be bus been forgot ten. Lieutenant MoTaggurt who was killed the other day In tbe Philippines was a son of ex-Senator McTaggart who wus a member of the Reformatory board and was shot at bis home In tbe astern part of the Stale a year or so go. One of the pecu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 May 1899

THE GAZETTE, I. 0. NETTLKTOM k CO. E. 0. KlTTLKTOM, Ed. 'HUTCHINSON, . KANSAS, UAVBM 1'IICMN or INTKKKSIV Fort Soott U having more trouble With water ml waterworks than moat towns have with ttiolr joints and joint liquor, A Baptist prenoher In Marlon oounly eloped a few nights ago with another man's wife, This Is the first (.tula In moral history of Marlon county for kovcral years, The executive council, It Is said, hns dooldod to aboTlNh tho ofllco of state architect and divide his salary among newly created places for architects, one at each state Institution. The heaviest rain of tho season fell in Saline county liiHt week and was ac companied by lightning, thunder and hnIL The water full sovorul Inches deep In tho road. Tho downpour, which was gcnoral throughout the county will be vory boncflulal to tho wboat crop. II. II. Wontworth, an Atchliton Chris tlan Scientist, who was boomed by the newspapers a few years ago as a rival of Schlatter, tho hcalor died, last week of old ago....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 May 1899

4 REMARKABLE ARTICLE BLOODY REVOLT PREDICTED BV A REPUBLICAN PAPER. The Very Monopolist! Themselves are Growing rmrful, and Already Titer Speculate on Whet Form the Dread d Cataitropho Will Take." A republican paper prophoclos that rmeil and bloody revolution will be the outcome of tho present aoudlllous In the Uultod Status. ; The Mlunonpolis Times of a recent dato puts forth the following extraor dinary urtlcle. It 1b enough to mnlie all thoughtful men pause and think. You will not find In tho editorial columns of the Now York Hun or the New York Coinmorclal Advertiser, "r in any prominent paper owued by in on In clone touch with capital, outspoken ilefonso of the manifold trusts that thoughtful pooplo regard as offering the greatest uienaco to tho country's future. You will discover, however, In those columns carefully worded and epoclous arguments lu favor of cen tralization of labor and capital and plauslblo Illustrations of the be u oil to conforred upon mankind by aggrega tio...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 May 1899

Comparing the sizes of toilet soaps with Ivory Soap, the Ivory Soap should cost four, times as much as the toilet soaps. It is exactly the reverse, and when you buy Ivory Soap you pay about one-fourth as much for it. The best people use Ivory Soap for their toilet and bath; because of its purity, the effect upon the skin is beneficial. IVORY SOAP IS M4, PER CENT. PURE. SCHOOL. NOTES. All teachers should iittenil the State Con ven Lion of county unpei iDtt iideD I n. Two ueHHluiia, 0:(iu h. hi. Tiicmluy unil Wednesday, May 1U and I". Ex-County Superintendent Oldham of W'lcJilta count y Im attending the Sunday foliuol con vent ion here Huh week. JoKeph Schlsler him gone buck to Colorado. Ex-County Superintendent Dawson has come Iioihb from Mend. He will leave In h fw days for I'll mourn. Kiih , Wliera hp u. til aiivnil ninu nf ll.a u...... mer. Oruduitt Im exerciat s v 111 be hold at l'retty Prairie, June and; at Plevim. May 22nd and at Antloch, district 87, May IS. There will be an e...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 May 1899

lift o LiuLuiUvuil ''' V;, '.' ' ' '.'I' TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PKOPLE'H PAttTY OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. .T.I 1 UKSDA V . MAY 18, 1891). NO. 37. VOL. 9. 757- ' v ' n sxv o' .n I ' 1 1 I 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. M.HDTCHINHON.M. D. IIomcBopathiat Re.tdenee.ISI6 Bherman Bait, Phon IU Omctt North Mela Uliuul, l'buu 1M Hutohlnton, Kni. A. L. lIoi.t.owAr, M.D. Rus.elso. VIU 8.8. HuLi.0WiV.M,l) Hoi. M A KhU JJU8. HOLLOWAT A HqiXOWAY. Physiol ana and Surgeonn, Offloe: No. I North Main Stmt. Telepliooeei Raeldeuoe No. It, Offloe No. Hutchinson, Kane. J 0. MALCOLM, M.D. UomuBpathlo ThyBlolHO and Surgeon omi MoOurdy block, oorner Muln sn-1 Bberm.n Street. BeldenollSirireAveiiiEat. ,118. 8TBWAKT, Sua North Main Street. Dr. J. K. Btewari. Surgery, opeolsl ltn Uontodiauaeoaof womun. j Dr. It. A. Stewart Kye. Kur, Tbrot aud Noea, Qlaeae pruiorly adjusted. - JJ FIBUOB, Attorncy-at-Law. Room I , , nd B over Midland Irg Store, JEWELRY. HENRY ZINM. leweler mid 8olin!lHo Outl clun, oarrloD n...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 May 1899

THE GAZETTE, B. O. NRTTLETON CO, B. 0, NUTi.nroN, Cil HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTERESTS A Ropuhllo county lady found a shlcken with four logs nud four wings In a brood hutched out lust week. Gome of the people of Topeka, when inked to contribute to a fund to buy Fred Funston a iword, whacked up 5 cents, Westmoreland's railroad will be open on the first of July. They ought to mako It the Fourth and break the the record with a colouration. On one street In Galena nine busl' ncss building are In course of con1 structlon. This Is the way the towns In the mining district aro marching uhead. On the 18th of this month the old settlers of northwest Sumner, south vast Klngmnn and southwest ticdg wick counties will hold their annuul reunion. The Scnndla Journal has discovered that soino fellows who aro too poor to pay for their homo paper manage to dig up a dollar or so a week which tliey blow in at the joints. Narka's city council purchased 850 troos for tho purpose of beautifyin...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 May 1899

Uncle Sam: You Had HEROES; PEACE & WAR. A CRITICISM OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT'S ADDRESS. Herbert N. ClMon of the Coming Nation, Reviews Governor Rooaevalt't Speech on Military Heron Delivered Before the Chicago Hamilton Club. An address recently delivered by Tiieodore Roosevelt before the Chicago Hamilton elub, on "The Stcnuous Life." Mr. Roosevelt said: "The nation that has trained Itsolf to a career of unwnrllke and Isolated ease Is bound In the end to go down before other na tions whloh have not lost the advent urous and manly qualities. The over olvlllzcd man who has lost the great fighting, masterful virtues shrinks from seeing us build a navy adequate to our need. The army and navy are the sword and shield which this nutlon Must carry, If she is to do her duty among the nations of the earth," - This Is a grandiloquent way of say ing a brutal thing. Roosovelt misunder stands democracy. He wants to hurl America back 1,000 years. lie Is real ty a Roman and not an American. Ills d...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 May 1899

Tfoutcb'.itson 6a3ctte. Kutered it the poitofflM Id Hutchinson, Kansas ti lemma olui nutter. I. S. NETTLETON ft CO. Proprlitori. InM or doawmirriMi ' mVu C. E. SIDLINGER, moDru-ggist Inscriptions Specialty. Worth Main Street ilutohlmon The Fort Scott Lantern Buys: "All .America will rejolco If the Philippine war closes; rejoice that the tffuaioo of tblood li stopped, but (eel as mean as a anan that hat licked a cripple or struck a woman.' Toledo Jones will become very un jxipular in republican circles l( tie Sleeps up his auarchlstio talk. The idea that ninety-nine per cent of the jmople are not Intended to enrich and nerve the other one tier cent is a doc trine utterly opposed to Imperialism Wichita Deacon. Akdhew Caknkojb has sold his ateel Interests for from 1150,000,000 to 30,000,000 and announces that he will pend his fortune in philanthropy. In this rough and tumlling world and Mr, Carnegie Bliould bexiu on the widows -and orphans of the tuea killed at Homestead about seven ye...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 May 1899

J)1.J. W. MAOUlitB, HPKCJAL.IHT, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Noso nJ TLroat. CLa.ee ftrlentlfleally Adjusted. OBoe unle Temple, HiilubliiMU, Kauea. U Ml LAVAL AN rEltfteJAUI., Walter Weaver of ibis city was de clared Insane lu the prouale court last week. lie had become quite violent ,nd actiou was tiecessary. . A large number of Hutchinson trav cIIdk men wlib their wives attended tbe Slate convention of tbe United Commercial Travelers at Wichita last reek. , Ralph Bailey luruieily of tbe News due aalo got hlmseif Into tbe press ' dispatches lu couut-cilon wiib au autl- trust wovemeut on tne part or tue fjuicago umi .r eaeraumi. Mr L,G. Dtipler Is uow manager of tbe Hutculnsou Mercantile Co. Mr, J'arkur still retains bis luterests In tbe concern but as bis time is tnucb taken wltb otber business Mr. Dupler lias Leen placed lu obaine. Tbe way men and teams lined up In front of tbe street car barn the Urst day of the jubilee to try to catch a job does not lve very much force to tbe idea tha...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 May 1899

R0SWELL P. FLOWER DEAD, DEWEY'S HOME COMING... CHINA REFUSES IT. T Use Quick Firing Guns and Force the Fighting, THREE OFFICERS WOUNDED. Washington, May 15. Tho war de partment yesterday received the fol lowing dispatch; "Manila, May 14. It U roported that, at Zamboanga, Insurgents at taokod Spanish troopion the 11th lint, using qulokflrlng guns and arm! cap tured from Spanish gunboats. Span Uh genoral and two officers wounded. Few casualties among troops. Span ish garrison now besieged, Wutor supply out off and troops calling for relief. Otis," The following dlspatoh from Major General Otis, giving the stutus of the military situation as It now exists In the operations against the Insurgouts, was also received at the war depart ment! Situation Is as follows: Law ton from Bulinag has taUoa lido Fouso and San Miguel, to north, with slight loss and driving considerable force of enemy; gunboats and cunoe accom pany 1,000 men under Kobbe, up Rio llrando river to Cnlumplt, depart lath; M...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 May 1899

' , Poultry for Farmers i (Condemn! from Farmers Rvlw Steno graphlo Report of Wisconsin Roundup Institute) 1 0. E. Matteson spok on poultry (or farmer. In part ha ald; "The farmer can make more money out ot poultry than the poultry man can If he will look after It, for the reason that be has all the raw material at hand. It lometlmee looke ai It the farmer doee not care to make money out of poultry. Too frequently be houses hit fowls In tome email and Inadequate building, and neglect to feed them a balanced ration. We muit make our poultry raising winter buslnese, for the profit! are too small In sumraor. Good bousing, good breeding and good feeding go together. Proper feeding Is something that we have all to learn a great deal about. We must make a study of the laws of feeding. My method of feeding Is to gWe fine grain and screenings in the morning. This is glvwi for the sake of Inducing exercise, more than to sup ply them with food. I believe this ex ercise must be bad If the fowl...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 May 1899

To get the best results you must use the best materials. , You need expect only poor laundering with poor soap, but you will find dainty articles that have been washed with Ivory Soap restored to their original freshness with unchanged colors. Nothing that will stand the application of plain water will be injured by Ivory Soap. IVORY SOAP IS 99. PER CENT. PURE. oomaMT urn e hi nrania Farmers' Ccrrcspondance. Ltatno. Corn planting r over, and some have tartd the seil. I. 1). Jrt'uu bus just recovered from an attack of liie iiieusebt which wan pretty Imtxl on fain, coiivldfiiiiif IiIm l lng pin-i 'ottjvsnd Jutt tM tuff itk Our re(iutiiM republican ftiwnl, J. V. Dlx, is boiln'Hmr liinoelf iiln.ui the trusts; nder if he repudiate the gold standard, it was made expressly ' for that coiHX'io. Wheat is litokiug well, especially from the road; but (to out in the middle of the field and it in ail ITurf ut story. "Dock" Ramsey and Mis l!rsle me vlaltiritf friends in the Strip. Fount Bros., ti...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 May 1899

Motion .X If Tf IT TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OP TUB PKOPLK'S PARTY OP BINO COUNT!. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY , MAY 25, 1899. VOii. 9. NO. 38. T TERMS ANNOUNCED. A Liberal Scheme of Govercmout Offered tho Filipinos SUBMITTED FOR CONSIDER I I0.S. Tli Movfrt'ltfuty of His lulled finite It 10 b. ftlalnUliied-Oll. la b. tli Clov.ruor Ceu.ral, Manilla, May 23. l'rof. Soaurmaii, fcead of the United Suite Philippine eommlaslon, ha iibmlited the follow Iiuf written, proposition to the Fill- pinoss "Will ilo t'he flnul decklou a 'to Uie form ot govern ineM la In the bands of the congre.H Mia president, under hl military powers, pending the ac tion ot congress, tnijii ready ito of fer tihe fallowing form of govern ment: "A (governor general to be appoln't d' by tho president, a. inublnH to be appointed by the governor general, ail the principal judge to be ap pointed by the president, the head of departments wild judgiut to be either Americana or Fi'llplimis, or iboth, and also a general advisory ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 May 1899

WPAifflElltt American Liner Goes Ashore Near Wreck of the Mohegan, ALL PASSENGERS ARE RESCUED Falmouth. May 89. The American Hue stoumor I'aris, Cuptain Walklns, from Southampton aud Charburg for Now York, struck on an outlying ridge of the Manacles early Sunday morning at a point half a mile from where the wreokod Atlantic trunsport liner Mo hegan Ilea, and tlvo miles from Fal mouth. The I'aris, which sailed from Southampton Saturday, called at Cherburg and picked up fifty passen gers. She left Cherburg at 0 o'olock Saturday evening. Soon after 1 o 'clock, Sunday morning, ut high tide and in a donso fog, she run ashore. From the first there was no dungor, Lifeboats and tugs woro soon liter ally swarming around tho vessel to render assistance A majority of tho passengers, who numbered 3f0, wore brought to Falmouth wore they ob tained lodgings for tho night, Captain Wutklns reported that his ship was lying comfortably in smooth water and that there was no occasion for any alarmist re...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 May 1899

553 . If thsr la nythlng' la tha Uaeory of surrWsl of tbt flttsaa lol of po pl w k looktd, know mast br bee rot i. Tlisrmt the ig'it i ttt Urges A Declaration of Wmr, . pnbllowlll watota with keen Intel-set now on lu aead wdhi, uue 01 treat and mott Influential Anns In Uis at.t h.ins irfiiJ It Kalr lira 111 at all (!& scrupulous patent madlcln adTertiahig, , a&raoi to back up with Its entire capital tha folluwltif guarantee; Ws hereby a-uarautee) to alleviate all stomaoh and bowel troubles by tha un ol Dr. Kay's Hannrator if our Instructions are followed. Bold by drug gists at Vflfl and 11,00, or sent prepaid on ra 7aipt of prloa by Dr. B. J, Kay Medical Co., Jaratofc-a, Rnrlngs, N. Y. Writs tlielr phy sicians (or (im adrlca about your ooss. A mrtn wastes lot of valuable time by feeling in the wrong pocket. Tha But Prescription for Chilli and Fovnr li a bonis of OBon's Tastsmhs C'uill Tomo. It li "Imply Iron and qulnlns In a tasteless form. No euro no pay. frloa.Wa. Home peo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 May 1899

Ifoutcb.nson G5a3ette. Kntorad it the poatofflo In Hotohlaaon, Kan.M ' '. u tawnd o)i mattur. 1.6, NEnUTON CO. PrsnrlsUn. Hut or 4DtamPTiHi ll.M riiiYiA SEED C. B. SIDLINQKR, TJao Druggist f.-escrlptlons a tipolaltjr. North Main Street Autohlnaon 6i'AiN hat unloaded all berrebeli on Co America and ibe now feela very friendly. Twenty millions In cash for a job lot of insurgents isn't such a bad Crude tor ber after all. lieacon. Admiral Dewey bus started home by the Aslntlo route, and will be three or four mouths on the way. Already urtie crack-brained, hero-worshipers aare making biff efforts to scatter medals bearinff the inscription, "For President in 1000, Admiral Dewey, the Hero of Manila." Now we have a higher opinion of bim than to think he iviil approve of any such todylim. Holy Stanley tired Hoffman and Iiimbocker from the board of regents of the agricultural college for establish ing the student' boHnilng house which Che "investigating committee" decided was against the law....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 May 1899

I.IM1AL AND FEMAOBjAL. Mr J. K Doylesof this olty wu In Lamed Tuesday on business. Attorney Howard a Lewli wm in Kttisas Cliy 1 wt week ou professional business. Grejjir Lewis; bead clerk at the Hub Clolhlr-rs has bwn on the nick list fur few days. . Ex iiipprlnlundHiil of Lite Reform tory, d. W. Case, of Ottawa wm In the city Wednesday Mitotidlrta lbs Jubilee. Tinin Davis, of WlluoliiKton, Ohio, wbo wm ho electrician ou tbe Hi. Paul during tbe war, It here vialtlng bla brother-in-law, Hurry Holiday. MIbi Martha Moore of Sherman Street East, tbe popular pianist, will leave In a few las for points in Nor lb nd South Carollnab to visit relatives The blaok oalf par ided Saturday, to lld tbe band, or part of It, In the In terest of the opera house icbeme. Tbe band played, tbe calf danced and the people bought tickets. On with tbe tan. Chas Youn((heliu. proprietor of Tbe Hub has secured tbe large room for merly occupied by tbe Racket, and united the two rooms by opening large .archways. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 May 1899

THE GAZETTE, B. 0. NETTLETON 00. E. O. NSTTI.1T0W. Ed. nuTcniNsoN, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF IXTFKESA There are 307 sores of alfalfa in St. Marys township. Ottawa It getting more than IU shore of attontlon from burglars over the State, Judge Hook, at Fort Scott this week, took the strong stand of refusing to dismiss any en so in which the costs had not been paid, While a Columbus man was attend ing services In the Baptist church some im regenerate sinner made off with his horse and buggy, ' Borne of tho Kansas towns are call ing the attention of visitors to the fact that the town has not suffered a busi ness falluro slnco '1)3, Tlmt colony of 30,000 Kansans In Kansas City must feel cheap for buy ing left Kansas. They can tuke do share In tho glory now, People should fcol sorry for tho school teachers. Tho hottest wcuthcr of tho year Is coming on now, and with It comos the time for holding tho county normals, , If good things to cat are apt to have nny influenco with tho members of the...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 May 1899

There was a flight touch up in my arm, my wounded arm, as It chanced, that lay beneath the bluhet,,a touch that sent a pang like the piercing of I hot Iron through it, and a sweet voice said: "Can I do anything for you, my poor manT The surgeon will be here Im mediately, and I thought It beat to waken you," It addod, as I opened my yes upon that neat, quiet little figure which I had long before aeen. The recognition waa mutual. "Captain Hale!" "Mra. Dumarclo!" "I did not expect to aee you here!" a mutual exclamation, and there waa time for no more, for the aurgeon, fol lowed by his assistant with a hldooua paraphernalia, had come, Then followed an awful hour. I think f received a full Idea of the mean ing of tho word torture during Iti Homage, At last they left me, the ball extracted and the arm bandaged, but utterly exhaustod by pain, long fasting and want of sloop. I did not wake until the following morning and then to an Intolerable pain and smarting In my arm, Tho bandage teemed...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 May 1899

A clean, vigorous shampoo, with an abundant lather of Ivory Soap, is delightful and refreshing. It cleanses the scalp, removes dandruff and leaves the hair glossy and clean. IVORY SOAP-? PER CENT. PURE. ftprlU, Wt, k, Tin Ma Farmers' Correspondinco. Yout;ii iiewn. Farmers look another color since the good ritiiiH. Ho do growing outs. MrB. A. J. HulKlt llHH (10IIH loGueila Bprlnga in Hmmier wmuty for Iier heitllu Jack will uatili. By the way, there are quite a number of wealthy lintcheliiia and widowers about here, Rev, E. M, Armstrong preached at the Baptist chmrli l't (Sunday, He snout a few days vlsltinj friends here, Uh aud wife hail the pleasure of en tertaining Itev. E. M Armstrong, A. 8. I.eClere and wife and Job Oueiint hial Sunday. Aleo E. M. Yoiler ami wife. The postmaster and lending merchant of Yoiler Invaded our domicile in the afternoon, Mii-B Mary Valandlmm, of Cincinnati, came to this plnre lust werk. Blie will make ber home here for the future. The Yoiler people of t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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